We frequently receive requests for genealogical information. While you are welcome to email our pastor requesting information, most of our congregation was not raised at Concord. There are few people in our congregation that would remember anything earlier than the 1960's. You may reach our pastor from our contact page at: (https://www.concordbc.org/contact).
All of the information we will be able to provide is available on our website, or at the T. Elmer Cox Genealogical & Historical Library in Greeneville.
Information about the graves in our cemetery is found at: https://www.concordbc.org/cemetery. Not all of our graves are mapped, but this site contains all of the information we have. There are a large number of unmarked graves in our cemetery; thus, we are unable to determine any information about them.
An abridged version of our history (mentions people whose names appear in our church meeting minutes) is found at: https://www.concordbc.org/about-us/history.
A fuller version of our history is found in a history booklet we produced for our 175th anniversary. Special thanks to our church historian, Barbara Chandler, for her work on this project!
The booklet can be downloaded here (you will need Adobe Acrobat Reader): https://www.concordbc.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/historypdf.pdf.
Our complete minutes were photocopied by C.P. Crosby several years ago. They are located at the T. Elmer Cox Genealogical & Historical Library in Greeneville, TN. The website for this library is: https://www.telmercoxlibrary.org.
Contact information for the library:
Address: 229 North Main Street, Greeneville, TN 37745
A map to the library is below. You should call the library to verify their hours before your visit. When you visit, take a few hours to walk/drive around downtown Greeneville! You will find numerous historic sites that will interest you! More information about Greeneville, and Greene County, is found here: www.visitgreenevilletn.com.