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General Sherman burned much of Blackville at the end of the Civil War, but the congregation of First Baptist Church, founded in 1846, continued to thrive. The church remains strong to this day and offers weekly services. It is a member of the Barnwell-Bamberg Baptist Association, a partnership of 38 Southern Baptist churches in or near Barnwell County.

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Andy Hunter of North Augusta, 2013 © Do Not Use Without Written Consent

First Baptist Church

Contributor Andy Hunter shares his experience capturing the above image: “I was attending the 157th Annual Meeting of the Barnwell-Bamberg Baptist Association at the First Baptist Church of Blackville, S.C. As I was leaving, I took this picture of the church.”

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First Baptist Church Info

Address: 19449 Solomon Blatt Avenue North, Blackville, SC
GPS Coordinates: 33.357299,-81.270704

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3 Comments about First Baptist Church

SCIWAY says:
April 9th, 2018 at 9:06 pm

Hello, we can try to assist. Is there a connection with this ancestor to First Baptist Church?

CAthy Pedersen says:
April 9th, 2018 at 9:28 am

I am searching for info about Reverend William Rutherford. We are doing Ancestry for my husband’s family and all I have is this name. If you are able to help or not, I thank you.


joanne brownlee kennedy says:
January 19th, 2014 at 12:24 pm

I was married at this church on June 13, 1954 by Rev. William Rutherford. I am trying to locate Rev. Rutherford (if he is still alive). Do you have any info you would share. Thank you so much.

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