The Union Primitive Baptist Church in Paulding Counry, GA was constituted 4 September 1868 with nine Charter Members on a plot of ground that was donated by William Hogue. One deed reads: "William J. Hogue, 3 August 1870, five acres on Land Lot Number 1066 in Paulding County, to the Deacons and their successors in office of the Primitive Baptist Church of Christ at Union, holding to the doctrine of Election Predestination and final Preservation of the Saints. If Church ceases to be such, land is to revert back to William Hogue, or his representatives."

Ordained Ministers and Deacons of the New Hope (Primitive) Baptist Association assisted in the constitution of the Church. Elder Burrell Camp was elected Pastor and Zebulon Little was elected Clerk for the coming year. The Church remained in the New Hope Baptist Association for several years. It is now a member of the Euharlee Primitive Baptist Association.

Apparently the grounds for the cemetery were opened immediately after its organization. There are a number of old graves that were never marked. Cement blocks were set up in the older part of the cemetery to mark rows of old graves. The earliest marked grave shows 1874.

Succeeding Pastors: Elders Burrell M. Camp; N. W. Eubanks; R. L. Speight; J. D. Phillips; W. W. Compton; John Robbins; Thomas Carnes; T. B. Chandler; W. S. Kilgore; I. P. Daniell; W. J. Cheek; S. W. Cox; Lassiter W. Spinks; and L. Frank Andrews.

Succeeding Clerks: Zebulon B. Little; W. H. Fields; Homer C. Baggett; Pauline Climer; and Larry Andrews.

Union Primitive Baptist Church
Paulding County, GA Union Community