Camp Creek Primitive Baptist Church

Abstract/Description: Camp Creek Primitive Baptist Church on the day of its last service before being disbanded to make room for Camp Butner. It was organized in 1835. Front row, seated, left to right: Berma Cash Hill, Minnie Day Hill, Eva Hunt Clayton, Mae Chandler, Fred Rhodes Jr., Elder Fred Rhodes Sr., Elder Les Chandler, Isham Chambers, Andrew Hill, Flem Long, Lester Willford, Lillie Willford, Sallie Bowling. Second row standing or leaning on car, left to right: Betty Bowling, Mildred Hill Satterwhite, Nore Aiken, Jennie Hill, Nora Cozart, Eva Hill, Mallie Chambers Hill, possibly Hattie T. Thash, Cora Tilley, Mae Rhodes, unknown, Luther Carrington, Edna Veasy Carrrington, Lera Copley, Myrtle Garrett, unknown, Nancy Hill Wilson, Margie WIlson Ellis, Lillie Williford, Lollie Williford, Betty Hill, Moyelle [last name unknown], Elliott Hill, Lucius Blalock, Robert Hill, Pender Copley, Willie Hill, Irene Copley, Jonah Hill, Jack Clayton, Virginia Hill, Kenneth Hill. Back row left to right: Ronnie Bowes Terry, Ethel Cozart, Estell Cozart, Lois Hill, Elsie Hill, Jasper Hill, Robert Copley, Caleb Hill, child in arms is Ruth Hill, Hootie Garrett, Elbert Hill, Robert Bowling, unknown. From "The Grandurson Story: A Narrative of War and the People." Unpublished manuscript by Ben Moore Patrick.
Subject(s): Durham County (N.C.)
Date Created: 1942