Posted By:Helen Sewell
Subject:Membership of early Christian Co. church
Post Date:May 16, 2000 at 11:54:36
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Forum:Christian County, KY Genealogy Forum
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Samuel Skinner, William Skinner, Theopolus Skinner,
Allin Skinner , Harvey Skinner , Moses Larny,
Nathan Parker , Thomas Scott , Joseph Woods,
John Mills , John Carr , Wilson Willis,
Jonathon Chandler , John Herel , Sam Luton,
Sam Brewton , Josiah Skinner , Thomas Futrell,
Elizabeth Williams , Nunn Skinner , Jude Skinner,
Mary Skinner , Jonah Skinner , Elizabeth Skinner,
Elizabeth Wester, Mary Ryan , Mary Hamilton,
Nathey Chappell , Jaret Hubbard , Dinah McNatt,
Milley McNatt , Amey Ann Land, ------Vincent,
Hannah Larney , Rhoda Land , Ann Cox,
Lorana Woods , Hannah Woods , Mary McLain,
N. Ezell , Sarah Futrell , Amey Futrell,
Elizabeth Futrell , Mary Stilley, ------Herel,
Sarah Wells , Amey Chandler , Mary Bruton,
Sarah McNat , Marianne Mills, Ann Burd,
Thomas Woods, clerk , Sarah Baker , Rachel Hargroves,
John Read , Elizabeth Read , John Baker,
Sarah Baker , William Baker , John Baker,
Silas Vinson , John Minton (by letter)

Moses a black man belonging to Wm. Skinner, Beb, Jo, Sall, and Fan
Parker Theopelus Skinner , Tom Wiley Skinner, Elizabeth Bett,
Moses Lowry
Lewis a black man dismissed
Tom, a black man in good standing
Moses and Sol and Peter, dismissed

Caleb Lindsey, deacon , Ephraim McLain, Dave Cohoon,
Drury Bridges, James Thomas , John Tuppin,
Daniel Cohoon, Nathan Futrell, Isaac Sumner,
David Cohoon, John Cohoon , John Hodge,
Stephen Boren, Allen Shoulders , Sarah Lindsey,
Olivey McLain, Margaret Holland, Abagal Crage,
Mary Sumner, Charity Bridges, Mary Lindsay,
Niome Cohoon, Telitha Bridges, Nety Brown,
Charity Futrell , Sarah Hargroves, Sarah Boren,
Elizabeth Thomas, Mary Thomas , Bathsheba Colson,
Charity Boren, Mary Boren , Nancy Boren,
Sarah Cohoon, Patsa a black woman

The church book shows that in April 1818 the roll was called and all names beginning with Caleb Lindsey, as deacon, were dismissed from consideration. Evidently, all of these people must have been transferred to the Donaldson Creek Church as it was organized a few years later than the Dry Creek Church and these names appear on the book of that church.