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Elder Tolbert S. Dalton
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Elder Tolbert S. Dalton, of Front Royal, Virginia, was called "a man of undaunted physical and moral courage." he was born in Tennessee, and served the Confederacy in the Civil War, and rose to the rank of major. He was an ordained minister for 62 years. He was the editor of the periodical "Zion's Advocate" and when it was merged with "The Gospel Messenger" He served as associate editor of that paper. He was known far and wide among the Primitive Baptists and was greatly respected for his wisdom, and his profound ability of expressing so fitting, the points that were on his mind.

He was a very able writer and minister. We hope to include many of his writings on this page.

 

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Repentance
Justification By Works
85th Birthday
Sixty Years In The Ministry
These Things Were Our Examples
Ketocton Association Circular Letter
My Great-Grandfather's Knife
Thoughts on First John, Chapter 1
Biography-Part 9
Biography-Part 8
Biography-Part 7
Biography-Part 6
Biography-Part 5
Biography-Part 4
Biography-Part 3
Biography-Part 2
Biography-Part 1
How Shall They Preach?
A Civil War Story
Time Salvation
Letter from J.C. Denton
Our Trip to Texas
Patience Under Suffering
I Am for Peace
 
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The Primitive or Old School Baptists cling to the doctrines and practices held by Baptist Churches throughout America at the close of the Revolutionary War. This site is dedicated to providing access to our rich heritage, with both historic and contemporary writings.