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History of Logan County (KY) Baptist Association
By Frank M. Masters, 1953

Olmstead Baptist Church
Olmstead, KY

Bethel College, Russellville, KY
There are seven documents.

A Brief History of the State of Religion
in the Bethel Baptist Association

The Circular Letter, 1831
By William Warder

Bethel Baptist Association (KY-TN), 1835
The Baptist newspaper

Bethel Baptist Association (KY-TN), 1837
The Baptist newspaper

Bethel Baptist Association (KY-TN), 1844
The Baptist newspaper

Bethel Baptist Association (KY-TN), 1847
the Tennessee Baptist newspaper

Bethel Association and
the Tennessee Baptist newspaper
, 1849

Clear Fork Baptist Association
(Renamed Logan County Baptist Association in 1903)
Ministers and Deacons Meeting, 1872

Bethel Baptist Association (KY)
Historical Table
By Jim & Marlene Didlake, 1975

Bethel Baptist Association Circular Letters Index
By Philip duBarry

Dripping Spring Baptist Church Minutes, 1850-51
Logan County, KY
Transcribed by Mark duBarry

History of New Union Baptist Church
New Union Baptist Church 1963 Homecoming Booklet
Logan County, KY

Early Records of New Union Baptist Church
Logan County, KY
Transcribed by Mark duBarry

More on New Union Baptist Church
Logan County, KY
by Mark duBarry

West Kentucky Assembly
Russellville, Kentucky
Western Recorder, 1923

1872 Logan County Baptist Association Bible Conference Program
Ministers and Deacons Meeting

Antioch Missionary Baptist Church
Logan County, KY
By Wilmer Sears, 1985

A Brief Devotion on Church Discipline
By Stephen duBarry
Olmstead, KY

Jacob Ward Rust, A.M.
Early Logan County (KY) Baptist Educator
By J. H. Spencer

Joseph Warder
Baptist Minister

A Link
Samuel Baker and Bethel College
in Russellville (male) and Hoplinsville (female), KY



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