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North Carolina Early Baptist Churches
With Dates of Formation

By George Washington Paschal

1. Chowan, 1727
2. Shiloh, 1729
3. Meherrin, 1730
4. Sandy Run, 1740
5. Kehukee, 1742
6. Pungo, 1742
7. Swift Creek, 1742
8. Falls of Tar, 1744
9. Fishing Creek, 1746
10. Great Cohara, 1749
11. Reedy Creek, 1750
12. Toisnot, 1750
13. Bear Creek, 1752
14. Tar River, 1753
15. Grassy Creek, 1754
16. Red Banks, 1754
17. Flat Swamp, 1754
18. Jersey Settlement, 1754
19. Sandy Creek, 1755
20. Abbott's Creek, 1756
21. Three Creeks, 1756
22. Bull Tail, 1756
23. Bladen County, 1756 .
24. Deep River, 1757
25. Swift Creek, 1757
26. Trent, 1757
27. New River, 1757
28. Black River, 1758
29. Little River, 1758
30. Uwharrie, 1759
31. Southwest, 1759
32. Lockwood's Folly, 1759
33. Great Contentnea, 1761
34. Shallow Fords, 1762
35. Haw River, 1764
36. White Marsh, 1765
37. Cashie, 1771
38. Country Line, 1772
39. Sandy Creek, 1771
40. Hitchcock's, 1772
41. Rocky Swamp, 1774
42. Yoppim, 1775
43. Wolf's Island, 1775
44. Tanner's, 1775
45. Newlight, 1775
46. Rocky River, 1776
47. Rocky River, 1776
48. Swift's Creek, 1776
49. Deep Creek, 1777
50. Newport, 1778
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[From George Washington Paschal, History of North Carolina, Volume 1, 1930, p. 549. jrd]


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