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Bethel Hill Baptist Church (Roxboro, N.C.) records

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Biographical and Historical Note

The preface pages indicated that "Head of Mayo" and "Black Walnut" Baptist churches joined together in 1799, meeting at John Brookes' home in Person and at Black Walnut. Bethel was first noted in 1803 as another meeting place. They met at Bethel and "The Walnut" until 1817. It holds an association with the Beulah Baptist Association.

Collection Overview

The contents of these records contain minutes of church conferences from March 5, 1803 to September 30, 1828(?); and from 1839-1884, and 1911-1931, including a printed copy of an 1860 minute from Flat River Baptist Association.

Summary Information

Repository
Z. Smith Reynolds Library Special Collections and Archives
Creator
Bethel Hill Baptist Church (Roxboro, N.C.).
Title
Bethel Hill Baptist Church (Roxboro, N.C.) records
ID
CRMF220
Date [inclusive]
1803-1931
Extent
1.0 microfilm reel(s)  35mm; Positive
Microform [Reel]
1

Administrative Information

Publication Information
Z. Smith Reynolds Library Special Collections and Archives 8/9/2011
Conditions Governing Use note
Permission of the church must be obtained to photocopy these records in their entirety. 

Controlled Access Headings

Corporate Name(s)

  • Bethel Hill Baptist Church (Roxboro, N.C.).
  • Beulah Baptist Association.
  • Flat River Baptist Association.
  • Head of Mayo Baptist Church.

Geographic Name(s)

  • Person County (N.C.)--Church history--Sources

Subject(s)

  • Baptists--North Carolina--Person County--History--Sources
  • Church records and registers--North Carolina--Person County
  • Church records and registers--North Carolina--Roxboro

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