The Resource (microform)

(microform)

Label
1812-1969
Inclusive dates
1812-1969
Creator
Contributor
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Genre
Language
eng
Summary
  • Includes three accessions: 1) Accession 23630. Minute Book, 1812-1832, 1845, includes information on appointing delegates to the Dover Association meetings, receiving new members, discipline, and rules of the church. Also includes the articles of agreement for building the new church, dated 17 February 1845 (pp. 49-52). Membership lists appear on pages 5-17 and 45-47. Baptismal dates are noted, but few entries were made for deaths or removals. The lists of slaves includes owners names
  • 2) Accession 29845 (Misc. Reel 587) contains several items: a) Minute Book, 1812-1832, 1845, described above; b) Minute Book, 1832-1852, containing a memorandum, church covenant, constitution, and rules of decorum. Names of new members are entered as received. Membership lists appear on pages 45-63 for the years 1834-1852 with a number of entries for dates of death or removal; c) Minute Book, 1852-1866, includes financial information, a membership roll for 1874 (pp. 198-202), attendance rolls, and membership lists; d) Minute Book, 1886-1916, containing membership rolls and attendance records for 1886 (pp. 5-15), 1914 (pp. 216-221, 222-225), and pages 230-232; e) Minute Book, 1916-1959, including membership lists for 1916 (pp. 1-13), and a revised list on pages 66-79. Some death dates are noted; f) Minute Book, 1945-1964, containing lists of trustees, ministers, clerks, deacons, treasurers, and scholarship recipients from the beginning of the church. Church rolls are also included; g) Minute Book, 1962-1963, including information on the church's 150th anniversary celebration (pp. 25-38), and membership lists (pp. 112-118); h) Minute Book, 1964-1969, including membership lists for 1965 (pp. 144-146) and 1969 (pp. 154-156); and i) Ladies Missionary Society minutes, 1855-1894
  • 3) Accession 26885 is a program written by Reverend Andrew Broaddus, published in 1913, which includes a historical sketch of the church. The program was distributed as part of the centennial celebration of the church on 26 September 1912
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  • Described
Biographical or historical data
Beulah Church traces its history to 1776 when the first Baptist congregation in King William County was established at Upper College Church, now known as Sharon. A group from this church withdrew in 1812 to constitute Beulah Church. For more information see, BEULAH BAPTIST CHURCH, KING WILLIAM COUNTY, VIRGINIA: HIGHLIGHTS AND SHADOWS, 1812-1962, by Mary Burnley Gwathmey, 1962.
Cataloging source
Vi
Form designation
Records
Label
(microform)
Base of film
unknown
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  • The Library of Virginia
Color
black and white
Dimensions
35mm.
Emulsion on film
diazo
Extent
  • 54
  • 1
Generation
service copy
Immediate source of acquisition
  • Gwathmey, Mary B.
  • King, George H. S.
  • Grist, Rev. Arthur W.
Positive negative aspect
negative
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000495957
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unknown
Reproduction note
  • Photostats (negative).
  • Microfilm.
Specific material designation
microfilm reel
Type of unit
  • leaves.
  • reel.

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