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Concord Baptist Church Minutes 1811 through 1870.


Barren County – Concord Baptist Church – African Members in church membership. Source – Shelley’s Volume 4, Courtesy of

Michelle Gorin Burris, Gorin Genealogical Publications , By permission.


Owners not shown for majority.


Carline                      Shown as member, no other details or date

Celah                        Had been previously baptised, received 3rd Sat in June 1828; excluded

                             3rd Sat Apr 1833; rejoined with no date shown.

Charrity                     Received as member 1st Sat in Dec 1833.

Clarissey                    No data but might be the same Clarissey shown to be slave of Fleming

                             Bibb and referred to the 3rd Sat Mar 1828.

Daniel                       1st Sat Apr 1838, received on credit of a letter from Bethel Church in

                             Allen County KY

Dicy                         Listed as member, no dates

Dinah                        1st Sat Oct 1837, received by experience. Granted letter of dismission 1st

                             Sat in May 1864

Fanny                        3rd Sat Apr 1832 received by experience, likely the slave of Bro Bradshaw,

                             Excluded 1st Sat Aug 1840

Ferryba                      Shown as member, no dates

George                       3rd Sat May 1830 received on credit of a letter from Sulphur Spring Church

                             in Allen Co KY. 3rd Sat in July 1830 allowed to exercise his gifts as former.

                             (in singing, praying, exhortation). Owner later shown to be Thomas Wade.

Johnson                      1st Sat Jan 1850, excluded for living in disorder.

Judy                         5th Sat Sept 1838, received by experience

Leach                        3rd Sat Sept 1824, received by experience, a woman

Leis                         No further information

Lund                         1st Sat July 1836, received as member

Martha                       3rd Sat May 1832, received by experience

Morning                      16 July 1815, received by experience.3rd Sat 1821, granted letter of dismission

Peter                        1st Sat Jan 1838, received. 1st Sat June 1838, excluded

Polly                        3rd Sat Mar 1829, received. 3rd Sat in May 1833; excluded

Preston                      1st Sat Oct 1837, received by experience. 1st Sat Jan 1851; charged with

                             being drunk, no further information.

Rhoda                        1st Sat July 18l35, received by letter

Steven                       3rd Sat May 1829, received. 3rd Sat Oct 1832, excluded

Tamer                        3rd Sat Feb 1828 “church charged ... with disorder for saying that she would

                             Pray for Hannah to go to torment. “3rd Sat Apr 1828. Acquitted

Vilet                        1st Sat Apr 1838, received.

Vina                         Shown as early member, no information.

Winney                       Shown on membership rolls, received by letter, removed (likely moved)

                             She might be the Winney joined 1st Sat Jan 1852.