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Gardner's Baptist Church (Warren County, N.C.) records

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Biographical and Historical Note

Gardner's Baptist Church, located in Warren County, N.C., is a member of the Cullom Baptist Association.

It was first an arm of Reedy-Creek and later Farmer's Church until 1844 when it was constituted into a separate Baptist Church by Elder Thomas Willcox and N. M. Havens. The Church received its name from Elder Thomas Gardner who ministered to the people in the community.

Collection Overview

Minutes of church conferences from October 30, 1844 to September 1876 and February 3, 1877 to July 11, 1931, including articles of faith, membership rolls, treasurer's reports, and financial records.

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Z. Smith Reynolds Library Special Collections and Archives
Gardner's Baptist Church (Warren County, N.C.).
Gardner's Baptist Church (Warren County, N.C.) records
1.0 microfilm reel(s)  35mm; positive
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Preferred Citation
Gardner's Baptist Church (Warren County, N.C.) records, CRMF651, Z. Smith Reynolds Library Special Collections and Archives, Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, NC, USA. 

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