xt7q2b8vbc2q https://nyx.uky.edu/dips/xt7q2b8vbc2q/data/mets.xml https://nyx.uky.edu/dips/xt7q2b8vbc2q/data/kukm1m75m5.xml East Hickman Baptist Church (Fayette County, Ky.) 17811842 .1 cu. ft. collections  English University of Kentucky This digital resource may be freely searched and displayed.  Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically.  Physical rights are retained by the owning repository.  Copyright is retained in accordance with U. S. copyright laws.  For information about permissions to reproduce or publish, contact the Special Collections Research Center. East Hickman Baptist Church and Marble Creek Church records, 1781-1842 East Hickman Baptist Church and Marble Creek Church records, 1781-1842 text East Hickman Baptist Church and Marble Creek Church records, 1781-1842 1781 2002 true xt7q2b8vbc2q collection false kukm1m75m5 Guide to the East Hickman Baptist Church and Marble Creek Church records,  1781-1842 Processed by: Archives Staff ; machine-readable finding aid created by:Eric Weig Special Collections Manuscripts University of Kentucky Margaret I. King Library Lexington, Kentucky 40506-0039 USA Phone: (859) 257-8611 Fax: (859) 257-6311 Email: sclref@lsv.uky.edu URL: http://www.uky.edu/Libraries/libpage.php?lweb_id=84&llib_id=13<ab_rank=3  Copyright 2002 University of Kentucky Libraries. All Rights Reserved. Machine-readable finding aid derived from MARC Database Date of source:  n.d. Description is in  English. Guide to the East Hickman Baptist Church and Marble Creek Church records,  1781-1842 Collection number: 1M75M5 Contact Information Special Collections Manuscripts University of Kentucky Margaret I. King Library Lexington, Kentucky 40506-0039 Phone: (859) 257-8611 Fax: (859) 257-6311 Email:  sclref@lsv.uky.edu URL:  http://www.uky.edu/Libraries/libpage.php?lweb_id=84&llib_id=13<ab_rank=3 Processed by: Archives Staff Encoded by: Eric Weig  Copyright 2002 University of Kentucky. All Rights Reserved. East Hickman Baptist Church and Marble Creek Church records,  1781-1842 1M75M5 East Hickman Baptist Church (Fayette County, Ky.) .1 cu. ft. None online. Must visit contributing institution. The materials are in  English. University of Kentucky Special Collections Lexington, Kentucky 40506 Source unknown. Collection is open for research. Copyright has not been assigned to the University of Kentucky. [Identification of item], East Hickman Baptist Church and Marble Creek Church records, 1781-1842, 1M75M5, Special Collections, University of Kentucky. East Hickman Baptist Church was established in rural Fayette County, Ky. in 1787 under the leadership of the elders George Stokes Smith and Ambrose Dudley. From 1787 to 1802 it was known as Marble Creek Church, but on the erection of a new building in the East Hickman area in 1802, the church was renamed. The church was a member of the Elkhorn Association of Baptists from 1787 to 1810, the Licking Association of Baptists from 1810 to 1837, and in the latter year rejoined the Elkhorn Association. The records are transcribed copies of minutes and other records of this Fayette County church. Material consists of a bound carbon copy of a typed transcription apparently prepared by the Bryan Station Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution. Included are church membership records and minutes reflecting official actions of the church. These frequently relate to charges of misconduct and notes on expulsion. Also of interest are records of black church members who formed a sizable portion of the membership, initially as slaves of the white members, and later as free men and women. Arranged chronologically. Dudley, Ambrose. Smith, George Stokes. Licking Association of Baptists (Ky.) Elkhorn Association of Baptists (Ky.) East Hickman Baptist Church (Fayette County, Ky.) Marble Creek Baptist Church (Fayette County, Ky.) Baptists--Kentucky. Baptists, Black. Blacks--Religion. Church membership. Church records and registers--Kentucky--Fayette County. Slavery--Kentucky. Slavery and the church--Baptists. Fayette County (Ky.)--Church history. Minutes