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By David Seibert, August 4, 2012
Cedar Creek Primitive Baptist Church Marker
Georgia (Tattnall County), Collins — 132-2 — Cedar Creek Primitive Baptist Church
Cedar Creek Primitive Baptist Church was organized April 10, 1813. The first pastor was Samuel Strange; first clerk was John Collins; first deacons were Frederick Holland, John Collins, and H.H. Kennedy. Other deacons include Redding Yeomans, J.J. . . . — Map (db m14401) HM
Georgia (Tattnall County), Glennville — 132-2 — Old Shiloh Cemetery
Shiloh Methodist Church, the second oldest Methodist Church in Tattnall County, was organized c. 1810 by Rev. William Eason and remained at this site until the 1850ís when it was moved a short distance north. Unlike at other churches in the area at . . . — Map (db m14604) HM
Georgia (Tattnall County), near Glennville — 132-3 — Beards Creek Church
The Beards Creek Church was orderly constituted on December 29, 1804, by the Rev. John Gooldwire, the Rev. John Standford, the Rev. Isham Peacock, and the Rev. David Hennesy, all orderly Baptist ministers. Jacob Dees and Moses Westberry were that . . . — Map (db m38666) HM
Georgia (Tattnall County), near Glennville — 132-1 — Love's Chapel Primative Baptist Church
This church was constituted and its first sanctuary built in 1888 on `Love`s Old Field,` land donated by G.M. Love. Charter members were the J.J. Kicklighters, the Dennis Lynns, Allen Lynn, and D.B. Smith, the church`s first clerk. Elders on the . . . — Map (db m38665) HM

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