2 edition of history of Providence Presbyterian Church, Mecklenburg County, North Carolina. found in the catalog.
history of Providence Presbyterian Church, Mecklenburg County, North Carolina.
Louise Barber Matthews
Bibliography: p. 311-320.
|Statement||Illus. by Al Fincher.|
|LC Classifications||BX9211.M38 P75|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 338 p.|
|Number of Pages||338|
|LC Control Number||67009139|
Bethesda Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Mecklenburg County, North Carolina Family History Library. Biddleville Cemetery Billion Graves. Cemetery inscriptions, WorldCat. Cemetery records in the Sparta, Illinois collection Family History Library. Confederate deaths and burials in North Carolina Family History Library. Darnall-Pearson Cemetery Find a Grave. Old Providence Road Charlotte, North Carolina listed in Mecklenburg County Deed Book at page The Tax Parcel Number of the property is 6. members of Providence Presbyterian Church were allowed to attend church services from the.
The New Providence congregation has served as a leader in the area and continues to serve God and the community in its rural location after over two and a half centuries. New Providence Church, , A History by Katharine L. Brown is available for purchase at New Providence Church. Get this from a library! The history of Steele Creek Presbyterian Church, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, North Carolina. [John Douglas;].
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In October,Rev. William Henry Foote, a well-known Virginia minister of the gospel and author of North Carolina. book history books, published his "Sketches of North Carolina," in which he wrote a chapter on Providence Presbyterian Church, one of the seven churches that sent delegates to the convention that gave the nation the Mecklenburg twentieth of May,Declaration of Independence.
Louise Barber Matthews A history of Providence Presbyterian Church, Mecklenburg County, North Carolina. by Louise Barber Matthews Published by Brooks Litho] in [Charlotte, : A History of Providence Presbyterian Church, Mecklenburg County, North Carolina Matthews, Louise Barber. Book - A history of Providence Presbyterian Church, Mecklenburg County, North Carolina by Louise Barber Matthews; 1 edition; Subjects: Providence Presbyterian Church.
Detailed information, including biographical and genealogical sketches of officers and many members of the Second Church, is recorded in History of the Second Presbyterian Church of Charlotte, North Carolina, by Robert H.
Lafferty (). (More information on the history of the church, the Presbyterian religion and the Reas role is continued in the book.) ***** The Rea Family in the War for Independence.
The military service records for the Revolutionary War show that John Rea, Esq. served thirty-one days in the militia during under General Marion and that he supplied sundries during and The Mecklenburg County AHGP (American History & Genealogy Project) page.
The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Historic Landmarks Commission page has a list and description of designated historic properties. Many links to historic properties are included. The Bethel Presbyterian Church Family History & Genealogy Research Page.
The first Presbyterian minister to conduct services in North Carolina was Francis Makemie, who is regarded as the father of the Presbyterian Church in America. Makemie arrived in the colonies in and before his death in organized numerous churches in Pennsylvania, Maryland, and Virginia.
Genre/Form: Genealogy Biographies Church history History Biography: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Matthews, Louise Barber. History of Providence Presbyterian Church, Mecklenburg County, North Carolina. Providence Presbyterian Church is one of the oldest Christian congregations in Mecklenburg County.
Indeed, Alexander Craighead, the noted minister of Colonial Mecklenburg, regarded it as “one of his houses.” The first meetinghouse was a simple log structure which was erected in and stood to the east of the cemetery overlooking a rock spring.
Providence Presbyterian Church and Cemetery is a historic Presbyterian church and cemetery located at Providence Road in Matthews, Mecklenburg County, North Carolina. The church was built inand is a rectangular, gable-front Greek Revival style frame building. It is three bays wide and four bays deep on a low stone foundation and features extraordinarily tall window openings Location: Providence w Lane., Charlotte, North.
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History of the First Presbyterian Church of Charlotte, N.C Ancestry History of the First Presbyterian Church of Charlotte, N.C. Family History Library History of the Second Presbyterian Church, Charolotte, North Carolina Family History Library Sardis Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Charlotte, Mecklenburg County.
The history of Steele Creek Presbyterian Church: Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, North Carolina by Douglas, JohnPages: Providence Church Road Charlotte, Mecklenburg County, North Carolina, USA Show Map WebsiteLocation: Providence Church Road.
By Alexander was buying land near the Catawba River in Piedmont, North Carolina, an area where many of his relatives had settled. He rose to become, with Thomas Polk, one of the most influential men in Mecklenburg County. He was an elder of the Sugar Creek Presbyterian Church, where preached the fiery Alexander Craighead.
Buy A history of Providence Presbyterian Church, Mecklenburg County, North Carolina by Louise Barber Matthews (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low Author: Louise Barber Matthews. In pre-suburban days, churches were about the only landmarks out in the countryside of Mecklenburg County.
So roads tended to be named for the churches they led to or ran past. (Some other examples — Providence Road, leading out to Providence Presbyterian; Sugar Creek Road, passing Sugar Creek Presbyterian).The collective church histories are invaluable to the family history researcher.
To assist researchers, the purpose of this page is to provide a directory of information about all known Mecklenburg .Providence Presbyterian Church.
likes. Providence Presbyterian, one of Mecklenburg's oldest churches continues its long tradition of spreading God's love and bringing Christ's light to the world.5/5(6).