People in Louisiana United Methodist History

James Axley, followed Bowman and built the first Methodist church in Louisiana
Learner Blackman, first presiding elder over Louisiana
Elisha Bowman, the first minister assigned to Louisiana
Daniel DeVinne
Lorenzo Dow, the first minister (connected to the Methodist Church) to preach in Louisiana
Robert Harp, served the LA Conference from its inception for seven decades
Martin Hebert, pioneer of the French mission field of south Louisiana
Anatole Martin, pioneer local preacher of the French mission field of south Louisiana
Richmond Nolley, pioneer of Louisiana Methodism
Lewis Reed, early circuit rider of the 1800s 
Joshua Soule, bishop when the LA Conference began
William Winans, prominant minister of MS & LA for the first half of the 19th century

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