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Blount County Churches in 1830
Posted by: D McHale (ID *****0788) Date: May 12, 2011 at 11:16:04
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I'm transcribing a marriage record from May 1830 and I think it reads that the marriage ceremony was performed by P Tiffin IPBC.

I think the name is Tiffin. It should be Tisson I guess.

Also, I'm pretty sure of the letters PBC, but not so much on the I. It should be S, T or I. I'm pretty sure this means that something something Baptist Church. Maybe the P stood for Primitive.

Anyone know what churches were around in May 1830 that a couple from Blount County could have been married at? It could have become Cullman County.

Shot in the dark, but maybe someone here knows.

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