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DILLON COUNTY, SC BAPTIST RECORDS AND CHURCH HISTORIES

  • Bear Swamp Baptist Church, Org. 1785
    Located east of Lake View at the NC-SC border
    Organized in 1785 as the Baptist Society; in 1831 the Baptist Society was constituted as Bear Swamp Baptist
    Furman University Library, Special Collections, holds no records for Bear Swamp Baptist as it belongs to the Robeson Baptist Association (North Carolina)
    Photographs, contributed by Carolyn Klear, 1999
    Modern address:
    541 N. Bear Swamp Road, Lake View
    (843) 759-2760

  • Beulah Baptist Church
    Cemetery
  • Bermuda Baptist Church
    Located on Route 3, Dillon; organized 1899.
    Furman University Library, Special Collections, holds records for Bermuda, from 1944-1945, 1957-1972
    Cemetery - Partial

  • Catfish Creek Baptist Church, Org. 1802
    Catfish Church Rd., Latta, SC
    (843) 752-5717
    Cemetery - complete survey dated 1953, plus a few updates
    Furman University Library, Special Collections, holds records for Catfish Creek from 1802-1997

  • Dillon First Baptist Church
    Furman University Library, Special Collections, holds records for Dillon First Baptist, organized in 1891, 1891-1902, 1905-1916, 1924-1941, 1947-1972
  • Fork Baptist Church, Org. 1830
    Organized near Allen's Bridge in 1830 as Buck Swamp Baptist Church
  • Judson Baptist Church
    Located one mile north of Bennett's Mill (close to Marlboro County)
    Organized 1854

  • Kemper Baptist Church
    Located at Kemper, SC
    Organized in 1888 as Mt. Horeb Baptist Church at Gall Bush Schoolhouse
  • Latta Baptist Church, Org. 1891
    202 N. Marion St., Latta, SC
    (843) 752-5355
    Furman University Library, Special Collections, holds records for Latta Baptist from 1891-1972

  • Little Rock Baptist Church
    (aka Huggins Cemetery) Org. 1885
    Furman University Library, Special Collections, holds records for Little Rock from 1885-1988
    Cemetery
    Modern address:
    2522 Worship St., Little Rock
    (843) 774-9989
  • Mount Calvary Baptist Church
    Located east of Dillon on Mt. Calvary Road
    Organized 1887
    Modern address:
    405 Mt. Calvary Rd., Dillon
    (843) 774-7871
  • Mt. Zion Baptist Church
    Located in Hamer, SC
    Furman University Library, Special Collections, holds no records for Bear Swamp Baptist as it belongs to the Robeson Baptist Association (North Carolina)
    Cemetery
  • Piney Grove Baptist Church, Org. 1810
    Located in Dillon
    First organized in 1810 as Saw Mill Baptist Church at Gaddy's Mill.
    152 Piney Grove Rd., Dillon
    774-7581
    Cemetery
  • Pleasant Grove Baptist Church
    Located south of Dillon
    Organized 1852
    Cemetery
  • Pleasant Hill Baptist Church
    Located in Hamer, SC
    Cemetery
  • Pyerian Baptist Church
    Located in Floydale, SC; organized 1903
    Cemetery
  • St. Mark
    Located on Highway No. 9, six miles east of Dillon
    Organized 1898

  • Sardis Baptist Church
    Cemetery
    Modern address:
    239 Sardis Rd, Latta
    (843) 752-7509
  • Second Baptist Church
    Modern address:
    1108 Highway 301 South
    Dillon, SC 29536
    843-774-4401

For additional information on Baptist churches in South Carolina, you may wish to visit the Furman University library website for a list of their microfilmed Baptist Church holdings.

For information on the Baptist churches in neighboring Robeson County, NC, see Robeson County Baptist Churches contributed by Sam West.


Bibliography

Baptist:

  • Minutes of meetings and lists of members, 1802-1971 Catfish Creek Baptist Church
    LDS Microfilm

  • Church minutes, 1833-1867 Gapway Baptist Church
    (Nashville : Historical Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention, 1967)
    Available through LDS

  • Minutes of the union meetings of Ebenezer, Elim and High Hill Creek Baptist Churches, 1818-1843 : including minutes from Lake Swamp, Willow Creek, Sparrow Swamp, Swift Creek, Gapway, Terrills Bay, Little Pee Dee, Bosticks, Bethlehem, Mizpah, Mount Moriah, Mount Zion, and Bethel Baptist churches Smith, Thomas E and Eaddy, Elaine Y
    (Hemingway, S.C. : Three Rivers Historical Society, 1983 )

  • Welsh Neck Baptist Church, South Carolina, 1737-1841
    Available through LDS

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