A Southern "Universalist Church" History


TaglineWorking papers of a history of the Universalist Church in the south. Misc information dug out from the late 1700s to the mid 1900s. In no particular order or pattern.
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College Students Behaving Badly - in 1832

In November 12, 1832 the postmaster at Williamsburg Virginia sent a letter to the editors of the Southern Pioneer in Richmond Virginia explaining that  there was a fair number of subscribers who were

01/23/2013 04:19:00 PM

Georgia Towns with Universalist Preachers 1859 - 1862

One of the interesting thing about trying to get a good feeling for where Universalists were in a period of time, is trying to find out exactly where some of these towns were!  Some have changed their

06/19/2012 05:57:00 PM

Universalist Convocations 2012

  UPCOMING 2012 UNIVERSALIST CONVOCATIONS   MARK REVITALIZATION OF KEY RELIGIOUS MOVEMENT IN AMERICA TODAY Historic Site to Host National Gathering of Universalist Religious Leaders   (Lanoka Harbor,

05/11/2012 12:40:00 PM

Americus, Georgia Universalist Church

  Church of the Redeemer, Universalist Church, Americus, Georgia There had been Universalist Churches in Ellaville (14 miles from Americus),  Plains (10 miles), and Gum Creek (about 20+ miles, near th

04/16/2012 02:16:00 AM

Debate annoucment from 1886

(Athens Georgia) " Weekly Banner Watchman " for Tuesday June 1886 (date 15th) A THEOLOGICAL DEBATE       A debate between Rev D. B. Clayton, of the Universalist Church,  and Elder S. S. Landrum, of th

04/13/2012 02:37:00 PM

D. B. Clayton debate Georgia