Found in 29 Collections and/or Records:
"A History of the New Hopewell and White Communities" written for the Tennessee Homecoming 1986. Contains chapters: --Life in the New Hopwell and White Communities --New Hopewell History --The History of New Hopewell Elementary School --The History of White Elementary School --Church History of New Hopewell Community --History of South Knox County (by Jane Price) --History of South Knox County (by Anna Harris)
History of Big Spring Church (organized 1800? 1796?, Claiborne County, Tenn.). November 22, 1934, letter from W. S. Rosenbalm, Tazewell, Tenn., to John I. Snyder (Director, Land Acquisition, TVA) re: history of the Big Spring Church, its cemetery, is land to be taken for Norris Reservoir? LS 2 pp. (1 pc.) + 3 related memos and letters, a postcard of the church, and a printed page of church history.
Big Valley United Baptist Church of Christ Record Book, 1877-1904. Union County, Tenn. (also on microfilm)
Bulletins, newsletters, photographs, and newspaper clippings for Broadway Baptist Church, Knoxville, 1975-ca. 1985. Gift also includes World War I and World War II dog tags, and a small WWI Bible (1917). Folders contain lists of pastors and clippings and papers re: the church fire and rebuilding efforts.
Four volumes of records from Buffalo Baptist Church, Rutledge, Grainger County, Tenn. 1859-1953. Vol 1: Minutes, 1859-1890; list of members at front; letter of transfer to Lawson McGhee Library at back (April 12, 1942). Vol. 2: Minutes, 1890-1914; list of members; letter of transfer to LML at front of volume (November 13, 1949). Vol. 3: Minutes, 1915-1946. Loose papers in envelope at back of volume. Vol. 4: Minutes, 1946-1953; list of members and Associational Letters at back of volume.
Photocopies of records of Cedar Grove Baptist Church. Includes History of Cedar Grove Baptist Church, 1835-1960 by Minnis Bohanan and Della Tittsworth. 31 pp. + Church minutes 1890-1930, 1941-1962. Records include lists of members and obituaries of members.
Minutes of Concord Baptist Church, 1823-1866, Meigs County, Tenn. PHOTOCOPY of original manuscript . 125 pp.
Deaderick Avenue Baptist Sunday School, 1915. (panoramic photographs) Gift of James. A. Brennan and Ruth E. Brennan.
Deaderick Avenue Baptist Sunday School, 1915. Panoramic photograph. Thompson Photograph. Gift of James. A. Brennan and Ruth E. Brennan from Two Centuries Photograph Project 200-085-001.
Correspondence of Don McBride, 1969-1972. Subjects include: Technical Society of Knoxville, 1971-1972; Technical Society Explorers Post Committee, 1971; United Community Services of Greater Knoxville, 1969-1972; West Hills Baptist Church’s involvement in the Billy Graham East Tennessee Crusade, 1970.
Elijoy (Ellejoy) Baptist Church Minutes, 1818-1878 (Photocopies of photostats bound into a book in the library collection) Transcribed by Betty Davis.
Elizabeth and Elbert Willson Collection. Includes Isaac Lane Bible and Minutes of Big Spring Church of United Baptists) (Bibles).
Elkmont Baptist Church (Tenn) record book, January 16, 1910 (Church’s formation) -November 8, 1936. 1 vol. (some loose pages, sheet #205-06 is missing, and there are some inserted loose papers). Pp. 100-111 contain Names of Members and Date Joined. Some additional records are found at the back of the volume, pp. 381-394.
Notes on the early history of the United Baptist Church of Jesus Christ at Little Flat Creek, East Tennessee, Knoxville, 1791-1841. 4 pp.; January 14, 1836, letter from J. W. Terrell, Georgia, to Flat Creek Baptist Church (Wm. Moffett, Moses Brock, Absolum Rotherford (sic.), Col. Sawyers, Obediah Brock). ALS 1 p. Asks about African-American member, ca. 1816-1817; Summary table for 1807-1831, Little Flat Creek Church--ministers, clerks, number by “exsperance.”
McCalla Avenue Baptist Church; Bell Avenue Baptist Church; Park City Lowry School (Knoxville, Tenn.)
B&W snapshots: Springdale Baptist Church (2 pcs.); Charles McClung House “Statesview” (1 pc.); Samuel McSpadden house (2 pcs.); Brazelton house (2 pcs.); Arthur Henley house at Chota (3 pcs.).
1817-1899 papers of the Noe family, Grainger County, Tenn, + the Howell and Carmichael families. Mostly land transactions, Grainger County, Tenn.; papers from the Howell estate, ca. 1845; 1872 building bond to construct Macedonia Baptist Church; Jonathan Noe’s account book, 1827-1877; Carmichael, Howell, and Purkey genealogy Five land grants, 1795-1827. To Elijah Danthin, William Maclin, Abraham Spoon, Joseph Noe, and Charles Brooks. (Some are damaged)
Advertisement card for an “Old Fashioned Revival beginning Sunday, April 17, 1938 at the Knoxville Baptist Tabernacle” Includes photograph of Reverend W. F. Gregory, Pastor and Reverend Ernest T. Crawford, Musical Director.
Third Baptist Church of Knoxville records. Book I, 1889-1891. (Formerly South Knoxville Baptist Church).
Third Baptist Church of Knoxville records, Book I, 1889-1891. (Formerly South Knoxville Baptist Church). PHOTOCOPY. About 93 pp. in folder cover.
Zion Hill Baptist Church Minutes, 1874-1915, 1915-1934. Anderson County, Tenn. (Gift of Mrs. L. Estelle Heron)
Two minute books of Zion Hill Baptist Church, Anderson County, Tenn. First volume includes 1874-1915: Rules of Decorum and Articles of Faith, 1974. pp. 1-4; Constitution (May 2, 1842), pp. 5-8; List of Members, 1874-1904. pp. 9-25; Minutes, September 2, 1874-July 2, 1915. 1 volume. 312 pp. Second volume includes 1915-1934. List of Members in front, followed by Minutes, October 2, 1915-April 2, 1934.