SUMNER COUNTY, TENNESSEE - SHILOH PRESBYTERIAN RECORDS 1793-1847
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Sumner County, located in the upper portion of middle Tennessee is one of the older areas for that section of the state. These records and some minutes begin in 1793 which is prior to statehood and give a unique picture of the state from the early days. Included in some of these notes are mentions of a number of Revolutionary War veterans as this section of Tennessee was where their land grant settlements from North Carolina were given.
“Rob’t King came to Sumner Co. In 1791, he was a member of Shiloh Church his family also members. Richard King one of his sons was made an elder in 1804 and served until 1828 when he went to the Gallatin Presbyterians Church. Another son Samuel King was a minister of the Presbyterian Church and in 1810 became one of the founders of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church. Capt. Geo. D. Blackmore, Robert Anderson and William Robb also members of Shiloh Church.”
Surnames Included in This Publication
AGNEW; ALEXANDERS; ALLEN; ALLISON; ANDERSON.
BARDWELL; BARRS; BLACKMORE; BLYTHE; BOUDE.
DeSHA; DOBBINS; DONNELL
HALL; HARRISON; HARVEY; HAYES; HAYNES; HODGE; HOYT; HUME
McGEE; McGRADY; McMILLAN’ McMURRAY; MOTHERAL
REESE; ROBB; RUTHERFORD
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