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Hester Baptist Church (Oxford, N.C.) records

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Biographical and Historical Note

Hester Baptist Church, located in the northwest corner of Oxford Township, 5 miles northwest of the Town of Oxford on the Oxford-Virgilina Road, was organized on September 13, 1823. Two young ministers were present: Brother Samuel Duty, a native of Granville County, and Reverend Robert T. Daniel, born in Virginia and reared in Chatham County, North Carolina. The place of meeting: a log house, 20 x 20 donated with the lot by Captain Benjamin Hester, for whom the church was named.

Collection Overview

Records consist of church minutes.

Summary Information

Z. Smith Reynolds Library Special Collections and Archives
Hester Baptist Church (Oxford, N.C.).
Hester Baptist Church (Oxford, N.C.) records
Date [inclusive]
2.0 microfilm reel(s)  35mm; Positive
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Microform [Reel]

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Collection is open for researchers. 
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Preferred Citation
Hester Baptist Church (Oxford, N.C.) records, CRMF41, Z. Smith Reynolds Library Special Collections and Archives, Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, NC, USA. 

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