Deed for Liberty Baptist Church
David Adam Singleton, Jr.
D.A. Singleton Filed for Record at
to 4 o'clock P.M.
C.C. Smith et al Trustees Liberty Baptist Church Sept 15th 1893
N.T. Liles, Clerk
In consideration of One dollar to me in hand paid the receipt of which
is hereby acknowledged I convey and warrant to C.C. Smith and Drury Sims, Trustees
of the Liberty Missionary Baptist Church and their successors the land described as
a square lot embracing three acres with the church house now standing on said lot
as the center of the square being in the N. 1/2 of N.W. 1/4 of NE. 1/4 Sect 7, T 7,
R 8 East lying and situated in Scott County, Mississippi, Should said lot was to be
used for purposes therein and in that event it is to revert to me the grantor of this
Witness my signature this 9th day of Septr 1893.
Scott County Deed Book "LL" pages 378 and 379
Liberty Baptist Church Charter Members
The Liberty Baptist Church was organized on June 10, 1876 in A Bro.
D.A. Singleton's School House.
W.R. Butler, moderator of the association, presided. There were 16
W.H. Futch T.H. Gould B.J. Stuart Nepsy Singleton Margaret Alabama Sims* David Adam Singleton James Singleton Luna Ann Smith H.P. Stewart Martha Smith M.J. Stewart John Myers America McGowan Pricilla A. Myers Charles Smith E.B. Gould
W.J. was first pastor. Services were held once a month.
A copy of the above deed and record of members were provided by Raymond C. Hunt and Mary Schwab who are descendants of David Adam Singleton, Junior. *Margaret Alabama Sims was the daughter of David Adam and Nepsy Singleton. Photo provided from the library of Mary Schwab.