Wilmore Eneas

Bahamians

Born: 8-June-1883
Birthplace: Bain Town, New Providence
Died: 1-May-1961
Location of death: Bain Town, New Providence
Cause of death:
Gender: Male
Religion: Christianity
Ethnicity: Black
Occupation: Bishop

Executive summary: Bishop Eneas was the founder and visionary of the
first Pentecostal Church to be represented in the Bahamas. From 1910, Bishop
Eneas led served as pastor, bishop and national overseer of the Church of
God for 51 years. Mr Eneas also worked many years with the Departmen of
Public Works as its Foreman.

Father:
Mother:
Wife: Arabella Feguson Eneas
Children: Cleveland

Highlights:
Bishop, Pastor, National Overseer
Deputy Chairman – Department of Public Works

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