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Pulaski County, Kentucky Baptist Church Records genealogical research page. Guide to Pulaski County (established 1799) baptist associations, church records, and history.
The earliest baptist churches of Pulaski county started out under the Tates Creek Association, but changed over the years.Flow charts for the baptists associations in Kentucky are found in Wendell Homes Rone's 1967 publication Baptist Associations of Kentucky. Filson Club Library Pamphlet 286 R772c.
- Tates Creek Association 1783-1993. Pulaski County Historical Society Call No. 2-R.
- Cumberland River Association 1809-2009. Available at the Pulaski County Historical Society.
- "Cumberland River Association Church Minutes and Notes, 1860s-1880s," Pulaski County Historical Society Newsletter May 2005.
- "Cumberland River Association, No. 2", "The Baptist Church in 1886", Pulaski County Genealogy Trails. Cites as its source John H Spencer, A History of Kentucky Baptists.
- Pulaski County Baptist Association. Minutes of the .. Annual Session, 1904-1958. Somerset, Ky. : S. M. Boone, 1904-1958. Pub no. 884 Historical Commission, Southern Baptist Covention. Available at James P. Boyce Centennial Library in Louisville, Ky.
Beacon Hill Baptist Church
- 1967-1983 records
First Baptist Church (Somerset) - Originally called United Baptist Church of Sinking Creek
- First Baptist Church. A History of First Baptist Church: Somerset, Kentucky, 1799 to 1975. Wolfe City, Texas : Southern Baptist Press, 1974. Available at Filson Club Library in Louisville, Ky. Call No 286 F527.
- Spencer, John H. History of Kentucky Baptists, p. 418.
Fishing Creek Baptist Church
- 1813-1949 records
- See Verticle File for Pulaski county - Baptist Churches - Fishing Creek at the Kentucky Historical Society in Frankfort.This material contains abstracts done in 1942 of records covering 1813-1882. Also stated is the holder of the original records.
- Fishing Creek 1813-1881. Pulaski County Historical Society Call No. 2-B. (This is pretty much the same thing as what is found in the vertical file at the Kentucky Historical Society in Frankfort.)
Flat Lick Baptist Church (Primitive)
- A Short History of Flat Lick Baptist Church, Pulaski County, Kentucky. FHL US/CAN Book 976.9 A1 no. 70.
- Murrell P. Stewart, Flat Lick Baptist Church: Its Place in History, 1799-1999. Available from Pulaski County Historical Society.
- Spencer, John H. History of Kentucky Baptists, p. 415-419.
- Created Mar 14, 1841 with 45 members. List of members available at Pulaski County Historical Society.
- See vertical file material: Pulaski county. Baptist Churchs, located at Kentucky Historical Society in Frankfort. Material cites holder of original records as of 1973. Material also states church located 10 miles north of Somerset on Hwy 452.
Mount Pleasant Baptist Church
- 1821-1882 Southern Baptist Historical Library and Archives Publication No. 6919.
- Mount Pleasant Baptist Church
Sinking Creek Baptist Church
Woodstock Baptist Church/Pleasant Hill Baptist Church
- 1869-1979 records
Zion Baptist Church of Pumpkin Hollow
- See vertical file material: Pulaski county. Baptist Churchs, located at Kentucky Historical Society in Frankfort. Records for 1843+.
Misc & Regional
- Cawthorn, C. P. Pioneer Baptist Church Recors of South-Central Kentucky and the Upper Cumberland of Tennessee, 1799-1899. United States : s.n., c1985. Available at Filson Club Library in Louisville, Ky. Call No. 286 C383. And also at FHL US/CAN Book 976 K2c.
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