This is from the book I am currently putting together. This church was in the Bennington area and a lot of these people later moved to Caddo or were related to Caddo people. It is difficult to find records from these early, early years, so I think the book will offer a lot of information for researchers.
October 28, 1849
The session met at Mount Pleasant and was opened with prayer. Present Rev. C. Kingsbury, minister, Isaac Folsom, N. Cochnauer, D. Perkins, ruling elders.
D. Perkins, with his wife, requested a dismission from this church and a recommendation to the Bennington Church within the bounds of which they reside. Resolved that their request be granted.
Charles C. Copeland, formerly a member of the Mountain Fork Church and now a licensed preacher, residing at Mt. Pleasant, was received as a member of this church.
Elizabeth Jones, a member of this church, having for a considerable time been guilty of the most scandalous sins, and having left this part of the country and there being no reasonable hope of reclaiming her, the session after deliberating and considering her case resolved that she no longer be a member of this church. C. C. Copeland, clerk of the session
March 10, 1850
The Session of Mt. Pleasant Church met at the usual place of worship. Opened with prayer. Present, Rev. C. Kingsbury, mod. Isaac Folsom, N. Cochnauer, C. C. Copeland, elders.
Amanda Dana appeared before the Session and requested a letter of dismission from this church that she might become united with the Baptist Church. Resolved that her request be granted.
Emily Smith presented herself as a candidate for admission to this church. After some conversation with her, resolved that the decision in her case be deferred till some future time. Closed with prayer. C. C. Copeland, clerk of session
May 25, 1850
The Session met at the usual place of worship and was opened with prayer. Present, Rev. C. C. Copeland, Elders, I. Folsom, N. Cochnauer
James McIntosh presented himself before the Session as a candidate for admission to the church. After examining, resolved that he be received. Closed with prayer.
May 26, 1850
The Session met and was opened with prayer.
Catherine Jones, a member of this church, appeared before the Session and confessed that she had sinned in talking improperly about her neighbors; in neglecting to pray, and to attend on the word and ordinances of God; and requested to be restored to the confidence and fellowship of the church. She appeared truly penitent and the Session resolved that she be restored.
Amanda Dana, who had received a letter of dismission from this church, appeared, returned the letter, and requested to be received again to the fellowship of the church. Resolved, that her request be granted.
Lorice Battice appeared and confessed that she had greatly sinned in a difficulty with the family with which she lived and by improper conversation. She appeared penitent and requested to be restored to the fellowship of the church. After admonition and caution, resolved, that she be restored.
Emily Smith and Jenny Cole appeared before the Session as candidates for admission to the church fellowship. After examination, resolved that they be received.
Imahetona, having received a dismission from the Bennington Church, and recommendation to the Mt. Pleasant Church, requested to be received as a member of this church. Resolved that her request be granted. Closed with prayer. C. C. Copeland, mod.