Personal records of a minister : Rev. George Mitchell DeBoard, Grainger County, Tennessee; includes many people from Hancock, Hawkins and Hamblen counties, Tennessee)

transcription by Hallie Price Garner; introduction by Linda DeBord Bishop
Dallas, Texas : H. P. Garner, [2001?]
66 p.


Title taken from cover.

Rev. George Mitchell DeBord was born in 1901 in Hancock County, Tennessee, the son of George Washington Tehophilus and Bertha Mattie DeBord. Rev. DeBord was ordained in 1956 at Bean Station First Baptist Church, located in Grainger County, Tennessee. He also delivered sermons in other churches in Hancock, Hamblen and Hawkins counties, including Grassy Springs Church, located in Hawkins County and Chestnut Grove Church located in Hancock County. Rev. DeBord belonged to the Scottish Rite Masonic Temple in Knoxville, Tennessee. This transcription includes records of funerals, marriages and baptisms from churches located in Hancock and Hawkins counties, and Masonic funerals.

Includes index.


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