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First Baptist Church of Jefferson, Jefferson, Texas Historical Marker

First Baptist Church of Jefferson, Jefferson, Texas Historical Marker
First Baptist Church
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Organized in 1855 as the Missionary Baptist Church, this congregation chose the Rev. George B. Tucker as its first pastor. Worship services were originally held in the Union House at city park, Freeman Hall, Judge Patillo’s schoolhouse, and the Methodist and Presbyterian churches. The Rev. D. B. Culberson (1796-1862) served as the second pastor, 1857-1859. He was the father of Congressman David B. Culberson (1830-1900) and grandfather of Governor Charles A. Culberson (1855-1925). The fellowship erected a two-story brick church building on this property in 1869. It was the meeting place in May 1874 of the Southern Baptist Convention, with over 1000 in attendance. It was also the site of an 1877 revival led by Evangelist William E. Penn, a member of this congregation. In 1898 the fellowship split. Pat of the members formed Howelltown Baptist Church; the remainder continued to worship in the brick church until about 1917. The Howelltown congregation adopted the name Central Baptist in 1924. After the two groups reunited in 1937 as the First Baptist Church, members restored and reoccupied the 1869 structure. When it burned in 1944, a new church was erected. Educational facilities were added in 1951 and 1973.

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Did Jefferson Davis and the Roman Catholic Church conspire to assassinate Lincoln?

Question by Super Jay: Did Jefferson Davis and the Roman Catholic Church conspire to assassinate Lincoln?
Jefferson Davis had made several attempts to become Roman Catholic. The Pope Pius IX had many correspondences with Jefferson Davis, many as the Confederate President. Confederates have made Biblical references in the defense of slavery. Did the Roman Catholic Church have anything to do with the death of President Lincoln?

Best answer:

Answer by whiteyT6
There is absolutely no relation what so ever, especially since Boothe wrote his ideas and theories in his journal and listed his motives….(none of which were religious)

What do you think? Answer below!