Bethel Baptist Institutional Church

  • Demonination: Baptist
  • Pastor: John E. Ford
  • Race/Ethnicity: African-American
  • County: Duval
  • City: Jacksonville
  • Date: 1838

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Bethel Baptist Institutional Church

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Bethel Baptist Institutional Church, Discrepancies Explained

Item 3 Old form, Item 7 Revised form.: Discrepancies between the two forms are noted, correct information given in Revised form.

Item 5 Old form, Item 15 Revised form.
Discrepancies between the two forms noted, correct information given in Revised form.

Item 6 Old form, Item 16 (a) Revised form.
Discrepancies between the two forms noted, correct information given in Revised form.

Item 7 Old Form, Item 17 (a) Revised form.
Discrepancies between the two forms noted, correct information given in Revised form. Some information given on Old form has been deleted because considered irrelevant.

Item 7 Old form, Item 17 (b) Revised form.
Discrepancies between the two forms noted, correct information given in Revised form. Some information given on Revised form has been deleted because considered irrelevant.

Item 8 Old form, Item 19 (a) Revised form.
Note: White and colored people worshipped together until the Civil War, the pastor of this mixed congregation was Elder James McDonald (white). At the close of the war and the final split between the white and colored congregation came, the first pastor for Bethel as a colored church was, Rev. Cataline Simmons (colored). Discrepancy is noted in regard to education to present pastor. Revised form is correct.

Items 9-12 Old form, Items 22, 23 Revised form.
Records were not found to be Excellent as stated in Old form. Revised form is correct.