Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 37 Collections and/or Records:
Collection Number: A&M.2090
Overview Boone County, West Virginia, Baptist Church records, including meeting book of Lowgap Baptist Church 1866, 1888; certificates of good standing in the Old School Baptist Church, 1873, and in the Baptist Church at Holly Creek, 1869, and an article of agreement concerning protection of property, Boone County, 27 March 1869.
Collection Number: A&M.1339
Overview Records include minutes, 1804-1820, 1854, a manuscript hymn book, and correspondence, 1803-1809, of a Summers County church; and the minutes of the Greenbrier (Baptist) Association, 1807-1811.
Collection Number: A&M.0343
Overview Four pages of volume 5, number 11 (February 1889) of the Central Freewill Baptist newspaper from Flemington, Taylor County, West Virginia. Includes articles on dancing, danger of electric distribution, General Harrison as an anti-saloon Republican, and prohibition. Also includes poetry and advertisement for West Virginia College.
Collection Number: A&M.1086
Scope and Contents The papers include 36 volumes of business and other records, such as the ledgers of the George W. Brinkman merchandising firm, the Mutual Building Company, minutesof the Grafton Rotary Club; journal and statistical report of the Grafton Baptist Church, 1897-1906; and a mas. history of Taylor County in various American wars, and extracts from the Civil War diary of Fabricius A. Cather. Also included are 2 boxes of financial records, miscellaneous newspaper clippings, a partial index to...
Collection Number: A&M.0111
Scope and Contents The papers received from Mr. Brinckman in 1938 include manuscripts, typescripts, and printed items, and general merchandise account books. The manuscript items are mainly letters, receipts, account statements, and certificates concerning the general merchandise business of George Brinckman in Grafton, Grafton Gas Works, Charles Brinckman's History of Grafton, history of the first memorial service and the location of the National Cemetery in Grafton, and stock in the Grafton & Greenbrier...
Collection Number: A&M.2603
Overview Diaries written by Rogers for the years 1870-1871, 1874, 1876-1878, 1890-1902 which describe weather conditions, farm operations, his ministerial duties, and purchases for the farm and household. Ordained to preach by the Ebenezer Baptist Church in 1859, he served this as well as fourteen other churches in Preston, West Virginia, and adjoining counties. Included is a book of sermons with notes on biblical passages.
Collection Number: A&M.2937
Overview Minister's record book containing the 1930 account of the Salem First Baptist Church. Also a list of marriages performed, sermons given, and prayer meetings organized. An extensive listing of funerals attended and performed with a complete list of the deceased.
Collection Number: A&M.1902
Overview Correspondence of Enoch Rector, a Baptist minister in Ohio and in Wood and Wirt counties, West Virginia. Subjects include land sales, Western Virginia Education Society, Rector College, family affairs, and Rev. Joshua Bradley's work. There are pamphlets and typescripts on Mt. Zion Baptist Church in Wood County.
Dates: 1824-1853, 1916, 1966
Collection Number: A&M.3263
Collection Number: A&M.2952
Overview Minutes of the church, 1817-1910, and of the Parkersburg Baptist Association, 1819-1869. Lists and reports of member churches, including Hughes River, Marietta, Bethesda, Sampson Creek, Mount Zion, Reedy Creek, and Elizabeth. Lists of early members (white and black) of the First Baptist Church 1817-1844. An historical sketch of the Parkersburg Baptist Association written by Rev. J.W. Carter in 1869, with a statistical report on member churches 1818-1869.