1831 Elyton Presbytery formed by Columbia Synod
1832 Became part of newly formed Mississippi Synod
1836 Became part of newly formed Union Synod
1867 Became part of Alabama Synod (name changed from Union Synod)
1880 Springville Presbytery formed from part of Elyton Presbytery
1884 United with Alabama Presbytery, taking name Alabama Presbytery
September 17-18, 1880 - Green Pond Cumberland Presbyterian Church - Bibb County, Alabama
Moderator - Elder J. P. Allen
Stated Clerk - Rev. D. Y. Wyatt
Member present--Ministers, D. Y. Wyatt, John Caldwell, S. S. Oglesby, S. G. Oglesby, J. A. Hayes, and J. H. B. Hall.
Absent--E. Acton and F. J. Tyler.
Absent at discretion--W. H. Meredith, D.D.
Licentiates present--J. T. Oglesby. Absent--None.
Candidates present--None. Absent--None.
Bold Spring, J. H. Lee
Rocky Ridge, T. M. Acton
New Hope, John Acton
Harmony, N. Lee
Spring Creek, A. C. Ingram
Montevallo, E. M. Carleton
Six Mile, J. P. Allen
Pleasant Grove, J. P. Taylor
Friendship, E. Callahan
Green Pond, W. M. Shackleford
Union, Wilson Strickland
Rock Bluff, E. T. Hayes
Bethel, W. M. Shelton
Hopewell, F. H. Massy
Congregations not represented--Henry Ewing, and Pleasant Hill.
[1 printed minute in archives]
February 12, 1881 - Harmony Cumberland Presbyterian Church - Shelby County, Alabama