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Jones County, Georgia Churches
Adams Tabernacle C. M. E., African American, near Haddock
Bethel Baptist, White,  incorporated 1841, Trustees:Austin Ellis, Simpson Moore, William Ketchins, Miles Kelly and John H. Lowe
Bethseda, African American,  Northeast of Juliette
Bethelhem Church, White, Southeast corner of Jones, old Wallace Comminity
Blounts Gospel Church, African American, Northeast of Gray 
Blountsville Baptist, White, Northeast of Gray
Bradley Baptist Church, White, organized 1891, northeast of Gray
Calvary Baptist
Camp Home A M E Church. African American. The cemetery out back contains graves of indians, slaves and Georgia militia soldiers as well as church mmbers.  A historical marker was placed there in April 2010 by The Georgia Society of the U.S. Daughters of 1812. 
Caney Creek Primitive Baptist/New Hope Baptist, near Round Oak, Brooks Plantation near here
Clinton Baptist Church, white, incoporated in 1836 by Deacon Thomas B. Slade 
Clinton Methodist Episcopal  White,    Photo
Corinth, was located on the Monticello Rd,  according to a 1837 newspaper 
Damascus Church, African American,  North of Gray
East Juliette
Elam Baptist Church..founded 1808
Ellis Chapel. African American, Northeast of Gray
Flat Shoals Baptist In existences in 1834. Peter Northen was a deacon in the church. 1821 Rev. Mr. Talbot was minister here. William and Sarah Barfield were members here also. 
Friendship C M E, African American, Southeast of Gray
Griswoldville Methodist, African American,  church destroyed by tornado in 1882,  cemetery is there, South of Gray
Haddock Baptist Church, White, Haddock, Ga.
Hardies Chapel Baptist, White, Southeast of Gray
Jordan's Chapel A M E, African American, Haddock
Kings Chapel African American, Southwest of Gray
Little Rock, African American, Northwest of Gray
Macdonia Church 
Marys Chapel, African American, Southeast of Gray
Mount Pleasant, White, across road from Plentitude Church, Southwest of Gray
Mount Zion (Pine Ridge) Primitive Baptist, White, Northeast of Gray
Mountain Springs, White, Southeast of Gray
New Hope (Caney Creek) Constituted 1813, white, northwest of Gray
New Salem Baptist, White, founded 1832, southeast of Gray
Piney Grove
Pitts Chapel, White, South of Gray
Plentitude Baptist, White, Southwest of Gray
Rock Mount, African America, the church was located across the road from the cemetery, North of Gray
Salem AME, African American, Wst of Gray
Sunshine 11/Round Oak Methodist               Photo
Saint James AME. African American, North of Gray
Saint Luke, African American, Southwest of Gray 
Saint Pauls AME, African American, North of Gray
Sand Creek
Sardis Congregational Methodist
Stewart Chapel
Sunshine Baptist
Union Hill Baptist, White, North of Gray
Walnut Creek Baptist Church incoporated 1824, White,  trustees: James Gates, Absalom Evans, Peter Rockmore, David Lockhart and John Davis, Site is behind Mt. Pleasant Church southwest of Gray    
Wayside Prebyterian
Photo    Contributed by: Wayne Bowden  
Whites Chapel AME, African American, Round Oak, North of Gray
Williams Chapel, African American, Northeast of Gray
Zion Hill

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