Cumberland Presbyterian Church, Volume One: 1836 and Beyond
Cumberland Presbyterian Church, Volume One: 1836 and Beyond - Sherida K. Eddlemon.
The Cumberland region included Kentucky, Tennessee and parts of what was then known as Virginia. The area became known as "Cumberland Country" since the pioneers had to cross over the Cumberland Mountains and through the Cumberland Gap to reach the territory. The twenty-two churches whose records were abstracted for this book were located in Arkansas, Illinois, Kentucky, Mississippi, Missouri, and Tennessee. These early church records are an untapped rich resource for the genealogical researchers. The records in this book include marriages, births, baptisms, communions, deaths, and registers of deacons and lay members. This volume includes listings from churches grouped by state. Arkansas churches: Prairie Grove C. P. Church of Washington County; and Rock Springs - Oak Grove C. P. Church of Pope County. Illinois church: Shiloh - Mount Pleasant C. P. Church of Cass County. Kentucky churches: Sand Springs - Mount Pleasant C. P. Church of Daviess County and Shady Grove C. P. Church of Graves County. Mississippi church: Hernando C. P. Church of DeSoto County. Missouri churches: Shawnee Mound C. P. Church of Johnson County, Huntsville C. P. Church of Randolph County, Ely - Union Valley C. P. Church of Marion County, Mount Hope C. P. Church of Randolph County, Rochester C. P. Church of Andrew County, Surprise C. P. Church of Lafayette County, Watson C. P. Church of Atchison County, Keysville C. P. Church of Crawford County and Union Chapel C. P. Church of Randolph County. Tennessee churches: Cave Spring C. P. Church of Overton County, Parkes Station-Zion C. P. Church of Maury County; Alred - Shiloh C. P. Church of Overton County, Post Oak - Spence's Chapel C. P. of Decatur County, Beaver Creek C. P. Church of Jackson County and Silver Creek C. P. Church of Maury County. A surname index augments the records.
(1995, 2008), 2019, 5½x8½, paper, index, 124 pp