Indian Creek Baptist Church and Cemetery, Bowdon, Georgia

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September 3, 1886 - The Rev. J.D.H. Robison closed a meeting of a week at Indian creek church yesterday, with four additions to the church.[1]

October 15, 1886 - We learn that Indian Creek church has called the Rev. J.D.H. Robison to the pastorate for another year.[2]

July 24, 1891 - Don't forget the singing at Indian Creek church, next Sunday, the 26th. Prof. T.J. Denson has promised to be with us that day. Come one, come all and everybody bring somebody with them.[3]

June 17, 1892 -

  • Rev. D.W. Kight preached an interesting sermon to a large and attentive congregation last Sunday the first from the third chapter of St. John and 17th verse.
"John 3:17 - For God sent not his Son into the world to condemn the world; but that the world through him might be saved."
  • The Wm. A. Robison Memorial singing will convene at Indian Creek the fourth Sunday in this month. Everybody cordially invited to attend with their Sacred Harps and well filled baskets of eatables. Mr. Editor come down and be with us on that day[4]

March 10, 1893 - I learn that there is a movement on foot to make Prof. H.P. Shell a singing school at Indian Creek church. Hope he will succeed.[5]


  1. Carroll Free Press, September 3, 1886 edition, pg. 3.
  2. Carroll Free Press, October 15, 1886 edition, pg. 3.
  3. Carroll Free Press, July 24, 1891 edition, pg. 3.
  4. Carroll Free Press, June 17, 1892 edition, pg. 3.
  5. Carroll Free Press, March 10, 1893 edition, pg. 3.



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