Cumberland Presbyterian Churches

Bethel Cumberland Presbyterian Church
On Yellow Creek
During the thirties three more buildings were erected by the same denomination, they being Bethel Church on Yellow Creek, Bethlehem Church on Jones’ Creek and Mount Liberty Church, situated on a ridge about twelve miles east of Charlotte, according to Goodspeed in 1886.

Bethlehem Cumberland Presbyterian Church
On Jones’ Creek
During the thirties three more buildings were erected by the same denomination, they being Bethel Church on Yellow Creek, Bethlehem Church on Jones’ Creek and Mount Liberty Church, situated on a ridge about twelve miles east of Charlotte, according to Goodspeed in 1886.

Big Spring Cumberland Presbyterian Church
Sixth District, at head of Jones Creek, according to Goodspeed 1886

Charlotte Cumberland Presbyterian Church
Charlotte, Tennessee

Dickson Cumberland Presbyterian Church
Dickson, Tennessee

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The next church erected by the denomination [during the 1820s] was on Johnson’s Creek, and stood about five miles northeast of Charlotte; according to Goodspeed in 1886.

McAdow Memorial Cumberland Presbyterian Church
Dickson, Tennessee

Mount Liberty Cumberland Presbyterian Church
Charlotte, Tennessee
During the thirties three more buildings were erected by the same denomination, they being Bethel Church on Yellow Creek, Bethlehem Church on Jones’ Creek and Mount Liberty Church, situated on a ridge about twelve miles east of Charlotte, according to Goodspeed in 1886.

Mount View Cumberland Presbyterian Church
Nineth District, between Barton’s and Bear Creek, according to Goodspeed 1886

New Hope Cumberland Presbyterian Church
Sixth District, at the head of the east prong of Barton’s Creek
A few years afterward [afate 1810] a church building was erected about four miles northwest of Charlotte, which was christened New Hope. This building was constructed of hewn logs, and is standing at the present time; according to Goodspeed in 1886.

Oak Hill Cumberland Presbyterian Church
In 1890 session clerk, J. B. Cording, lived in Charlotte, Tennessee

Pleasant Hill Cumberland Presbyterian Church
On line between the Sixth and Eleventh Districts, according to Goodspeed 1886

Stony Point Cumberland Presbyterian Church
Tenth District, on Williamson Creek, according to Goodspeed 1886

White Bluff Cumberland Presbyterian Church
Twelfth District, at White Bluff, according to Goodspeed 1886