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FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF MANDERIN, 1858--. Mandarin, Duval County.
Constituted 1858. Services in a brush arbor, present site, until log cabin erected 1859, services here until a white, rectangular, frame structure, with tower and bell, erected and dedicated 1883, additions 1927, 1938. Present membership ____. Active organizations, Sunday School, Baptist Young People’s Union, Woman’s Home Missionary Society.
First settled pastor, Rev. Simmons, 1858-c1868. Present pastor, Rev. N.C. Tolbert, 1938--, 1528 Lee St., Jacksonville. See, "Our Anniversary, 80 Years of Service in the Church," 1858--, by Mr. William Bryant, 1938, custody of John Foster, Mandarin.
(CHURCH RECORDS), 1930--, 4 vols. Showing minutes of church conferences, reports, membership roll, baptisms, deaths, receipts, disbursements. Custody of clerk, Mrs. Carnalla T. Easton, General Delivery, Mandarin.
(SUNDAY SCHOOL RECORDS), 1885-1900, 8 vols.; 1900--, 38 vols. Showing minutes of meetings, membership roll, reports, offerings, attendance.
BAPTIST YOUNG PEOPLE’S UNION RECORD BOOKS, 1900--, 37 vols. Showing minutes, membership roll, reports, receipts, disbursements.
(WOMAN’S HOME MISSIONARY SOCIETY RECORDS), 1926--, 9 vols. Showing minutes, membership roll, reports, receipts, disbursements. Custody of president, Mrs. Maude O. Cain, Mandarin.