Churches - Charlotte Co, Virginia

Old ChurchCan anyone identify this old church in Southside Virginia - Lunenburg County?
First to name it correctly (include the county) gets his/her name posted here...

Ronnie Allen Bugg identified the Lunenburg church, which is Mount Zion Baptist Church. It was formed primarily by dissenters from the old Meherrin Baptist Church (1771-1844) .Click here - a recent-day likeness



This page was last updated
November 15, 2003

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Bethel Baptist Church
1881
  Lisa Hopp 5 Aug 2003

A visit to The Cub Creek Church Site
See also: Caldwell Settlement article and photos.

 
 
Katie Haensel 2 Mar 1999
Meherrin Baptist Church
or "Williams Meeting House"
1771-1844 SW Lunenburg J. Spears
Midway Baptist Church
1833
Click for location on map
Ward Oliver
Rough Creek Church - old photo with congregation       Debbie Briggs
Rough Creek Church
(Click on above name for map. At map, click on "Rough Creek Ch") 
  • CLICK for deed
  • CLICK for present day photograph
  • Rough Creek Part I
  • Rough Creek Part II
  • Rough Creek Part III
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    Ward Oliver
    Salem Baptist Church
    formerly Cub Creek Baptist Church

     
    Click for photograph
    1771
    Hwy 615
    4 miles east of Red House
     
    The Village Presbyterian Church  1825 - 1858
      Part I (Includes photograph)  
      Part II

    1825
    Charlotte Court House
    Ward Oliver
    Others? ? ? ?



    Excerpts from Minutes of the Concord Baptist Association, 1869. Shown are the dates the old Baptist Churches were constituted, and ministers in the Association in 1869 with their post office addresses. May 31, 2000



    List of microfilm available for Charlotte County Churches
    provided by Ward H. Oliver:

    Charlotte County Church records are available on microfilm through the Family History Centers of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormon). A film can be rented for $3.50 for two months; it can be extended if necessary. These records typically contain the session minutes, a church history, baptisms, many death dates, some marriages, lists of pastors, officers, and communicants, etc. Often such items as kinship between members and when they left the church and where they went, all valuable information for the geneaogist.

    Listed are records available of Charlotte County churches, the years covered, and order numbers for the microfilm. Contents vary among the churches.