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Dear list members,
As of today, I have nearly completed creating pages with brief history of
some early Primitive Baptist churches, and
surnames of members which we can prove, in about forty (40) counties in
Iowa, as links to our main website. We have extensive information of
this kind on our website for Illinois counties.
I wish the information was more complete for Iowa, but we have given the
surnames of members that we have. It is the best we can do unless we can
locate more of the missing church records or association minutes. Maybe
someone out there can help us. The surnames we have given serve as an
index to our database which includes full names, and in some cases we
have obituaries, etc. If you wish to take a look at our whole website,
Or, if you wish to go the Iowa page only, or directly, replace the
pbl.html at the end of the URL with
We welcome you to write on our guestbooks, and let us know if you think
some of your family were members of this church.
The Primitive Baptist Library
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