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Green River Baptist Church 1803-1827

Hart County, KY



Courtesy Barrenís Black Roots, Volume 4, Michelle Gorin Burris, Gorin Genealogical Publishing, (c) Feb 1995. By permission.


The following slaves were shown on the membership list at constitution in 1803: Anthony (later excluded), Peter (excluded), Philip, Lewis (dead), Lydia (dead), Will Massey & Isaac (dismissed).


Additional information:


AMOS, Jack                        1st Sat May 1827, received by experience

BUCHORER, Will                    4th Sat Feb 1824 cited. Might be the individual below.

BUCKNER, Billy                    4th Sat Aug 1821, received by experience (A J Buckner owner). 1st Sat Jan 1827, cited. 1st Sat May 1827,

                                       slave Isaac charged with stabbing Billy, no charges filed.

BUSH, Harry                       4th Sat Dec 1824, Harry charged; later proved innocent

CARTER, Lydia                     4th Sat May 1816, received D Carterís slave Lydia

FERGUSON, Isaac                   4th Sat June 1815, received by experience, slave of David Ferguson

ISAACS, Barsheba                  4th Sat Oct 1820, received Samíl Isaacís Barsheba.

MAXEY, Will                       4th Sat Feb 1823, charged with drunkenness Ė no further notation.

MUNFORD, Anthony                  Original member. 4th Sat Dec 1820 cited for over drinking, excluded

MUNFORD, Philip                   Original member, 4th sat May 1812, received as member.


NO LAST Name, Robin               4th  Sat Mar 1825, charged. Excluded 4th Sat July 1825

NO LAST NAME, Silvia/Silvie       Original member. 2nd Sat Aug 1804. Charges brought 4th Sat Oct 1807, Excluded

WILSON, Tobin                     4th Sat Feb 1825, cited, no further information

WOOD, Lewis                       4th Sat June 1813, received by experience (slave of Wm J Wood)

WOODSON, Peter                    4th Sat Jan 1814, charged, excluded. 4th Sat Sept 1816, recanted and

                                       Restored. 4th Sat Jan 1825, same charge, excluded


Note: The Munford slaves were owned by the man of whom Munfordville KY is named.