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Name Cumberland Presbyterian Church
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Papers - Barnett, John, 1816-1855

Letter from John Barnett, Hopkinsville, Kentucky to David Lowry in Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin Territory, discussing politics within the Cumberland Presbyterian Church and at Cumberland College in Lebanon, Tennessee, 1843 (MSS)

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Papers - Orendorf, Jo Tilden, 1910-2003

Transcript of a speech, about the Red River Church in Logan County, given by Jo Tilden "Top" Orendorf to the Russellville Woman's Club, 1988

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Copies of items related to the history of the church; items detailing the preservation efforts of the Red River Church Memorial and Cemetery Association and the Old Red River Meeting House Association; 1948 list of those buried in the Old Red River graveyard.

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Records - Smyrna Cumberland Presbyterian Church

Photocopies of the record books of Smyrna Cumberland Presbyterian Church, Allen County, Kentucky, consisting of business meeting minutes covering primarily 1840 to 1989. Also inlcudes membership lists.

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Records - Gasper River Cumberland Presbyterian Church

Minute book of Gasper River Presbyterian Church, Gasper, Logan County, Kentucky. Includes session minutes, members register, and some annual statistics reported to the Presbytery.

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Records - Mount Tabor Cumberland Presbyterian Church - Warren County, Kentucky

Minute book of the Mt. Tabor Cumberland Presbyterian Church, Warren County, Kentucky. Includes membership registers.

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Records - Smiths Grove Presbyterian Church - Smiths Grove, Kentucky

Minute books of Smiths Grove Presbyterian Church, Warren County, Kentucky. Includes minutes of meetings (1857-1974) and registers of deacons, elders, members, baptisms, marriages and death. Also includes a special 1924 edition of the "Smiths Grove Times."

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Records - New Hope Cumberland Presbyterian Church - Logan County, Kentucky

Minutes of New Hope Cumberland Presbyterian Church, Logan County, Kentucky. Includes minutes of meetings and membership lists.

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Records - Auburn Presbyterian Church - Auburn, Kentucky

Minute books of the Auburn Presbyterian Church, Logan County, Kentucky. Includes minutes of meetings and registers of pastors, elders, deacons, members, baptisms, marriages, deaths and removals.

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Records - Presbyterian Church - Bowling Green, Kentucky

Session books of the Presbyterian Church, Bowling Green, Kentucky. Includes session minutes and membership lists. An index of all members from 1819-1888 includes members of the Bowling Green Cumberland Presbyterian Church from 1866-1884.

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Records - Little Muddy Cumberland Presbyterian Church - Butler County, Kentucky

Record book of Little Muddy Cumberland Presbyterian Church, Butler County. Includes minutes of meetings and lists of white and African American members. A typescript of the record book includes a short historical note and a list of pastors from 1805-1932.

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Records - Beulah Cumberland Presbyterian Church - Ohio County, Kentucky

Minute book of Beulah Cumberland Presbyterian Church, Ohio County, Kentucky. Includes articles of faith, minutes of meetings, and registers of elders, deacons, members, baptisms and marriages.

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Papers - Chesnut, Walter Lewis, b. 1916

Walter Lewis Chesnut's thesis, "A History of Logan Presbytery of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church" presented to the faculty of the Cumberland Presbyterian Theological Seminary in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree Bachelor of Divinity. Also, a separate supplemental history of the Presbytery, 1954-1988, written by Chesnut.

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Papers - Chesnut, Walter Lewis, b. 1916

Paper: "A History of Auburn Seminary" written by Walter Lewis Chesnut . The seminary, established by the Cumberland Presbyterian Church in 1892, was located in Auburn, Logan County, Kentucky.

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Papers - Smiths Grove Cumberland Presbyterian Church

Letter of recommendation for Thomas H. Beard from Smiths Grove Cumberland Presbyterian Church, Warren County, Kentucky, 7 February 1898.

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Papers - Settle-DeWitt Family

Includes correspondence, genealogical materials, and wills, deeds, and other legal documents of the Settle (Suttle) and DeWitt families. Of particular interest is information related to the Settle rifle makers of Barren County, Kentucky.

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Papers - Franklin Presbyterian Church - Franklin, Kentucky

Correspondence, budgets, financial information and miscellaneous historical data relating to Franklin Presbyterian Church, Franklin, Kentucky (formerly College Street Presbyterian Church), compiled by Stella Harris for a 1960 history of the church.

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Papers - Cossitt, Franceway Ranna

Letter from Franceway Ranna Cossitt, Princeton, Kentucky, to brother, Ambrose, Claremont, New Hampshire. He reflects on the death of their mother, describes his family, and relates his success and progress as president of Cumberland College, Princeton.

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Papers - DeWitt, Marcus Bearden

Typescript copy (done in 1911) of Marcus Bearden DeWitt's pocket memorandum book from March-June 1863, then May 1865, chronicling conditions during the war, including camp life, travel, family visits, and religion. Also includes "A Sketch of My Life," a short autobiography written by DeWitt, and a memorial written by one of his children.

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Papers - Goodknight, Thomas Mitchell, 1837-1908

Thomas Mitchell Goodknight's "Pastor's Journal" of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, which includes a biography, as well as a list of deacons ordained, marriages performed, church members added, etc. during his ministry in Kentucky (particularly the church at Franklin, Kentucky), Kansas, and Texas. He also discusses his role as a Confederate chaplain during the Civil War.