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  1. Mindy Miller

    Jenny Calfee Ben Calfee Jennifer Milam Calfee Shane Calfee Calfees mentioned in this article ..

  2. Proctor Creek Baptist was located just up the hill from Providence Baptist. I only know about it because my dad S.P. Gray was pastor At Proctor Creek probably in the 1940s. These two churches shared the same cemetery, where many of my mother’s relatives are buried. They are Hulls and Bonnets. My Grandfather K. U. Hull also served as pastor at one time. My mother’s cousin, Morris Hull was pastor for many years.

  3. Robin Shaw Schmidt

    We know that Concord Baptist was established in 1845.

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