Big Bone Baptist Church Building (Boone County, Ky.)


Big Bone Baptist Church Building (Boone County, Ky.)
This was the earliest church in the Big Bone region. It was built in 1843 on land donated by General John Wallace and Thomas Huey. Until then most of the inhabitants of the area attended Middle Creek Baptist Church in Belleview. The first pastor was Robert Kirtley (1786-1872). The second pastor was his son James Kirtley (1822-1904).
The church has its own cemetery.
Denomination: Baptist
Has beginning
Construction Date: 1843
Years duration
1843- current
Boone Co. GIS ID: 11036
Kentucky Historic Resources Inventory designation: BE 308
Full address
11036 Big Bone Church Road, Union, KY 41091
Parent division/institution
Big Bone Baptist Church (Boone County, Ky.)
Target coordinates
695272.785 m
4310507.652 m

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