Delegates to the Bethlehem Baptist Association from Shiloh Baptist
(Conecuh Co, AL), 1830-1849.
Source: Bethlehem Baptist Association Minutes on microfilm at Samford
University, Birmingham, AL; available through inter library loan.
Compiled and contributed by:
Nancy S. Bell, SEP 2003
1830: Applied for admission into the association. WM. MAYO, P.P. CULLUM
1831: WM. MAYO, J. MASON
1832: NETTLES, W. EMMONS
1833: minutes missing
1834: not represented
1836: JOSEPH BRUTON, MILBERT BROWN
"Shilo-This church made satisfaction for neglecting to represent herself in
this body for the last two years. They have no regular supply of preaching,
but desire our prayers".
1837: not represented
1838: WILLIAM MAYO
1839: minutes missing
1840: not represented
1841: WILLIAM MAYO, J.L. SANSOM*
1842: not represented
1843: LEMUEL TIPPIN, ARCHIBALD STEVENS
"Shiloh-This church is within the field of Missionary labor, occupied by
M.L. McWILLIAMS, has been in a cold state, but now her condition is improved
1844: LEMUEL TIPPIN, WILLIAM F. SPEARS
1845: CALVIN DEAS, JOHN L. SANSOM*
1846: neither letter nor messenger
1847: CALVIN DEES, ARCHIBALD STEPHENS, clerk-H.L. PEEBLES
1848: clerk-H.L. PEEBLES, neither letter nor messenger
1849: clerk-H.L. PEEBLES, neither letter nor messenger
*Note: My ancestor, JOHN L. SANSOM, was postmaster in Nathansville (near
present day Brewton)in 1839, 1841, and 1843. This area later became part of
Escambia Co, AL.
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