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Hi! I'm doing research on the history of the Primitive Baptists in
and Iowa (mainly), and have a database of members names, lists of records
which we have been able to find, etc. The Primitive Baptists were called
Regular Baptists or Predestinarian Baptists, during the era of pioneer
settlement in Iowa. I would appreciate it if anyone would let me know if
they are aware of any minutes of the Western Association or of any church
records of this denomination. The Western Association was organized in
1852 at Oskaloosa, and for many years there was a church called Ebenezer
in the county. We have scattered years minutes, but are missing many of
the annual sessions' printed minutes. Thank you for any help, keep me in
mind if you run across anything.
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