From Stirling to Sterling, the Bicentennial History of New Sterling Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church
Location: Stony Point, Iredell, North Carolina, United States
Surnames/tags: Campbell McKay
From Stirling to Sterling, the Bicentennial History of New Sterling Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church, by Mildred Miller, Edited by Dr. Peggy Byers Gray and Robert Ernest Mize, published in 1987, published by The Delmar Company.
This book was commissioned by the New Sterling Bicentennial Committee. It covers the church history and history of early Scotch-Irish Presbyterian emigrants from Stirling Scotland to the Buffalo Shoals area in North Carolina in the mid 1700s.
Table of Contents
- Chapter I, Church Roots
- Chapter II, Highland Settlement
- Chapter III, Early Church Families
- Chapter IV, Early Church Fathers
- Chapter V, History, One Hundred Years
- Chapter VI, The Session -- Discipline and Worhsip: 1851-1893
- Chapter VII, Civil War and Reconstruction Period: 1861-1900
- Chapter VIII, New Stirling: 1900-1913
- Chapter IX, New Sterling: 1913-1961
- Chapter X, New Sterling: 1962-1987
- Chapter XI, Buildings and Grounds
- Chapter XII, Women of the Church
- Chapter XIII, Sabbath School and Christian Eduction
- Chapter XIV, Profiles of Pastors
- Chapter XV, Daughter Churches of New Sterling
Appendix I, Earliest List of Communicants Appendix II, Accessions from 1851 to 1893 Appendix III, List of Communicants after 1839 Appendix IV, Baptisms Appendix V, Elders, Deacons and Trustees Appendix VI, Life Memberships and Memorials Appendix VII, Burials in New Sterling Cemetery
Bell, Blackstock, Blair, Boyce, Boyd, Campbell, Dagenhart, Erskine, Harris, Hunter, Kidd, Linderman, McKay, McLain, McMullen, Moore, Millen, Miller, Mitchell, Morrison, Muschat Pearson, Pressly, Robinson, Rockwell, White, and others.