At the Feb. 7 services at the Baker’s Creek Presbyterian Church in Blount County, the Elizabeth Paxton Houston Society Children of the American Revolution presented a certificate from the National Society C.A.R. designating the church as a Historic American Church. The church, founded in 1786, is the site of the grave of Elizabeth Paxton Houston, mother of Sam Houston. Pictured are, front, Tyler Byrd-Gallostra, Madison Gallostra and Amber Hall. In back are Dylan Moya, Cheyenne Miller, Rev. Ron Sabo and Austin Hall. Amber and Austin Hall’s families have attended this church for many generations.

At the Feb. 7 services at the Baker’s Creek Presbyterian Church in Blount County, the Elizabeth Paxton Houston Society Children of the American Revolution presented a certificate from the National Society C.A.R. designating the church as a Historic American Church. The church, founded in 1786, is the site of the grave of Elizabeth Paxton Houston, mother of Sam Houston. Pictured are, front, Tyler Byrd-Gallostra, Madison Gallostra and Amber Hall. In back are Dylan Moya, Cheyenne Miller, Rev. Ron Sabo and Austin Hall. Amber and Austin Hall’s families have attended this church for many generations.

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