Philadelphia Presbyterian Church

Philadelphia Presbyterian Church (HMOEB)

Location: Brundidge, AL 36010 Pike County
Country: United States of America

N 31° 44.221', W 85° 49.145'

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First Presbyterian Church in Pike County

Organized largely by members of Beaver Creek Presbyterian Church near Camden, South Carolina.The petitioned Presbytery of South Alabama Oct. 18, 1839 and were officially established as a church April 3, 1840.

Church was dissolved in April 1917.
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Officers during the life of church: 1840-1917
ELDERS - R.R., S.R., J.W., J.A. McLure; J.M. Thompson; E. Ruffin; S. Smyth; B.H. Boyd; J.A. Ramsay; G.C. Barnette; J.D. and Dr. J.A. McEachern.

DEACONS - John and Dr. J.A. McEachern, John W., Thomas C., Henry M., Richard U. McLure; W.F. Ferrell; W.A.E. Helms.

MINISTERS - D.S. McCormick; A.M. Mooney; M.A. Patterson; A. McMillan; J.M. Peu; G.W. Butler; F.M. McMurry; J. McKee; R.H. Hall; G.R. Foster; R. Kirkpatrick; W.H. White and J.C. Sturgeon.
Year Placed1963
Placed ByAlabama Historical Association
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Date Added Wednesday, October 1st, 2014 at 9:14pm PDT -07:00
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UTM (WGS84 Datum)16R E 611864 N 3511893
Decimal Degrees31.73701667, -85.81908333
Degrees and Decimal MinutesN 31° 44.221', W 85° 49.145'
Degrees, Minutes and Seconds31° 44' 13.26" N, 85° 49' 8.70" W
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Area Code(s)334
Closest Postal AddressAt or near 209 N Main St, Brundidge AL 36010, US
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