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Since the colonists were scattered and transportation was difficult, the organized church began meeting once a month in the home of William Burges which was located about three miles south of the present location of Shiloh Baptist Church at the head of Raymons/Raymonds Creek.

Prior to 1775, present day Camden County was still a part of Pasquotank County requiring that official business be carried across the Pasquotank River to be recorded.

The area known as Indiantown was only about six miles north of Raymons/Raymonds Creek where the first worshipers of what would become Shiloh Baptist Church first began to meet.

Luke Stevens died from flu and pneumonia on March 8, 1878 and Mary Stevens died from the flu ten days later. Barrs served as pastor of Shiloh Baptist Church from 1927 until 1928.

Providence Baptist Church located in what is now Shawboro in Currituck County was originally called Providence Meeting House in 1817 and was constituted as a Baptist church in 1826.

Although the evidence is mostly circumstantial, it is likely that if the Yeopim Indians accepted Christianity and assimilated with the Colonial Europeans that Shiloh is where they would have had the greatest opportunity to do so.

In 1774, John's son, Dempsey Burges, conveyed the property to the Baptist Society.

This photograph made by Zoeller, Morgan Company around 1895 pictures the congregation of Shiloh Baptist Church soon after the steeple was added to the building.