Jefferson County, Tennessee Dumplin Baptist Church Minutes
1797 - 1860

106 Pages, 8.5"x11", Full Name Index, Softcover, TN-1053, $23.00

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This publication was compiled by WPA Workers ** in 1932 and contains the minutes of The Dumplin Baptist Church from 1797 through 1860. These minutes reveal a potpourri of information and gossip; everything from acceptance of new members, non-attendance, immoral conduct, grievances and excommunication.

Minutes Examples
August 7th, ... Rebekah Holloway came forward - gave a revelation of the work of God upon her Soul not Rec'd. Because she has two husbands now alive and is Laid over and sent as a queary to the Association whether Receiving such persons will not infringe upon the word of God by Paul in the Seventh of Romans.

April 10th, 1800, the Church met it being meeting in Course. 1st. Appoints Sister Mary Cate & Sister Mary Laurance to talk with Sister Carter and to know what keeps her from attending Church meeting.

March 14th, the Church met it being meeting in Course & proceeds - grants Brother James Mainer a letter from him and his wife & Sister Delilah Manard given satisfaction for the charge against her and granted in Letter.

Dec. 27, 1844 - we the Church Committe having heard Brother L. Rollings case under consideration and the brother giving satisfaction of his iniquity as above charged - we feel bound to forgive him.

Genealogy Information

Surnames Included in This Publication

* After the surname indicates over 5 DIFFERENT first names are listed under the surname.
** After the surname indicates over 10 DIFFERENT first names are listed under the surname.

Albertson, Alderson, Allan, Allen, Amey, Amy, Anderson, Armburster, Aslinger, Atchely, Atchley

Bailes, Bails, Baily, Baker, Bales, Baley*, Ballard, Baly, Barnes, Barns, Barton, Bates, Belew, Bell, Bellew, Benton, Berry, Betsey, Bettis, Betty, Bety, Billew, Birdit, Bishop, Blackwell, Blake, Bolton, Boulton, Bowen, Bowers, Bowman, Boyd, Braden, Brook, Brooks*, Brown*, Bryan**, Bryant, Burnet, Burnett, Byas

Calihan, Callen, Callihan*, Campbell**, Cannon*, Cantrel, Cantrell, Caram, Carman, Carmichael**, Carmon, Carter*, Carver, Cate**, Cates**, Chambers**, Charles, Ciplen, Clendenen, Clendinon, Clifton, Clinkingbeard, Cole, Colley, Collihan, Collison, Colyear, Colyer, Condra, Conner, Coons*, Coonse, Cooper, Coopper[sic], Coplen, Coplin, Coppock, Coram, Corum, Cowan, Coward, Crocket, Curry, Cyah

Daffern, Dafney, Dafny, Dandridge, Davis*, Denton, Dick, Dotson, Douglass**, Drinen, Drining, Drinnen, Drinning*, Drinnon, Drinon, Duke, Dukes, Dyke

Eckel, Elder, Edmond, Edmonds, Edmons, Elder**, Ellijoy, Ellis*, Ellison, England

Fan, Fears, Ferrel, Ferrell, Forbush, Franklin, French**, Frost, Fry

Garret, Gaskey, Gass, Gaut**, Gearin, Gemima, Gibbs, Giddian, Gilbreth, Gillalan, Gillelan, Gillian, Gilliland, Gipson, Grant, Green, Grissom

Haddick, Haddock, Hadick, Hadock, Haggard**, Hains, Hammons, Hancock, Harris, Hasket, Hatcher, Haton, Hederick, Henderson*, Henry**, Herron, Hester, Hickman*, Higden, Hill, Hodges*, Holloway, Hoozer*, Hoskins, Houk, Howard, Howell, Hubbs, Hudson*, Hull, Humphrey

Ingrim, Irvin

Jemima, Johnson, Johnston, Joiner, Jones**, Jonesborough

Kannon, Kean, Keener, Keley, Kelley*, Kelly*, Kennon, Kiaha, Kimbro, Kimbrough*, King, Kite*, Knatcher, Kneel, Knight

Lakey, Lane, Langford**, Langston**, Laning, Lanning, Large, Larrance, Laurance, Laurrance, Lawrence, Layman, Leath, Ledbetter, Ledwell, Lelly, Lenning, Lennon, Lewis, Lile, Liles, Lincey, Lindsay, Lindsey, Lindsy, Linsay, Linsey*, Lisle, Lockhart, Lockhert, Lonas, Long, Lorance, Lorrance, Love, Lowery*, Lowry, Lunceford, Lunsford, Lyle*, Lyles, Lyndsey, Lysle

McCammis, McClary, McCormack, McCormick, McCoy, McFalin, McFarland, McFarlin, McFarling, McNeace, McNease, McNeese, Mainer, Maller, Manard**, Manning, Maree, Marse, Maugher, Maupine, Mebel, Menard, Miles, Miller**, Millican, Milliken, Mills, Minett, Molder, Molter, Moor, Moore**, Mopine, Moppin, Moppine, More, Morgan, Morris, Moulder, Mount**

Nancy, Naugher, Neal, Neals, Neels, Nelson, Newman**, Newman's

Ore, Overbay, Overbey, Overby, Oversbay

Pain, Parker, Parrott, Pate, Paton, Pattern, Patterson, Pearce, Pearse, Perry, Piate, Pierce, Piland, Pilett, Pollard, Povey, Preait, Prewet, Price, Pruit, Putman

Quales, Quarrel, Quarrels, Queen

Rah, Randolph, Rankin, Reminton, Reneau*, Renoe, Renow, Richards*, Riley, Rimminton, Rimmonton, Robartson, Roberson, Robertson, Robinson, Rogers, Rollans, Rollens*, Rollings, Romines, Routh, Runion, Runyan, Russell, Russle, Ruth, Rylor

Sanders, Sarah, Sary, Sasseen, Scarlett*, Schein, Scheine, Selers*, Sers, Sharp, Shelly, Skeene, Skein, Skeine, Skiene, Slover*, Smith*, Sneed, Spillman, Stansbury, Statan, Statem, Staten, Stephenson, Stevenson, Stockdon, Stockton, Stradley, Suggs, Sullins, Summers, Sutlif, Sutliph, Sutliph, Sutlive

Taylor, Teag, Teague, Teege, Tharp, Thomas*, Thompson, Thomson, Thornburgh, Thurman, Thurmon, Tipet, Tippet, Tipton, Travilin, Travillian, Tyler, Tylor, Tyre


Vandike, Varnel

Walker, Weaver, Whaley, Wheelock, White*, Widner, Willhite, Willson, Wilson, Witt*, Wood, Woods


** WPA Workers
During the Great Depression in the early 1900s, many Americans were given a "job" by the United States Government to support their family. One such "job" was transcribing early court, family, Bible, and cemetery records as well as other local records. Original versions were typed on onion skin paper with "x" number of carbon copies. Although the State Archives owns the vast majority of 'first' or typed copy, carbons have circulated for years but are now scattered. Often the typing is not the best and is difficult to read but these valuable records still constitute one of the best sources of information for Tennessee Counties. In many cases, these are all that remain of the original as many county records have been lost. WPA records are generally full text transcription: much larger in scope than an abstraction or summary.

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