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The congregation later established locations in Cuba and the West Indies. Bishop W. Presently different beliefs are practiced by other organizations who claim to be followers of Bishop William Crowdy. A main branch of the organization, headquarters in Belleville, VA, gravitated towards Judaism after the death of Bishop William Crowdy. On the other hand, another main branch, headquarters in Cleveland, OH, claims adherence to the founder's original teachings of Jesus Christ, the Son of God.
William Saunders Crowdy August 11, — August 4, was an American soldier, preacher, entrepreneur, theologian, and pastor. As one of the earliest Hebrew Israelites in the United States, he established the Church of God and Saints of Christ in after he claimed to have had visions telling him "that Blacks were descendants of the ten lost tribes of Israel. His mother, Sarah Ann, was a cook, which often got her access to the "big house" despite her status as a slave. Crowdy was originally called "Wilson" by his overseer. Crowdy was born in a one-room slave cabin near the Patuxent River in the middle of a violent nighttime thunderstorm.
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