Smith County, Texas

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Tyler, Texas, Smith County

Table of Contents

Foreword - Rev. H. V. (Pete) Freeman

Perspective - Jack Chelf, Jr.

History of Church - Mildred Bagwell

Lists: 1881 - 1978

Church Roll: 1881 - 1978 (in progress)

Cemetery Lists:

NOTE: The cemeteries in the book have not been copied. The links are to cemeteries which are already in the Smith County TXGenWeb Archives.

Rev. Pete Freeman, Pastor

Jack Chelf, Jr.
Associate Pastor

First School and Church Building constructed in 1881-82.
This picture of the building, teacher, and students, was taken in 1895.
Top row, left to right, Ben Hudnall, Oscar Nunn and Mr. Bullard, teacher.
Second row, no identifications.
Third row, left to right (number six) Sally Wood (number seven) Bessie Alston Ford,
(number eight) Anice Atkins, (number twelve) Mary Leath, (number thirteen) Ray Johnson,
(number fourteen) Bud Story and (number fifteen) Xxxxx Leath.

Pine Springs Church, 1918


Sources of Information:

Pine Springs Baptist Church, 1881-1978, Tyler, Texas, Smith County - Contributed to the East Texas Genealogical Society by Bob White.


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