James, I don't know Henrietta Taylor's maiden name, wish to goodness I did.But, Levi and Henrietta were members of Salem Baptist Church, New Lexington, Tuscaloosa County on Highway 43 N in Tuscaloosa County before Concord Church was established.
Henrietta joined Salem by letter on May 16, 1829 along with Edmund Kelley, Sister Elizabeth Kelley, G.W Richards and Lucinda Richards. Too bad they don't specify which churches their letters ware from.There is a possibility that she was related to one of these couples.
Beginning on September 15, 1832 meetings continued "day to day; until Friday evening, during which time received 67 members of which 63 were baptized."Levi Taylor is listed as number 10 of those received.
I have not completed the reading of Salem's minutes, but should have this done by mid January.These minutes are at the Hoole, U of Al campus.This is a hard copy and so much easier to read than microfilm copies.
I can not find the burial place of Levi and Henrietta.Many people who attended Concord were buried at Boone Cemetery on Highway 43 N, close to New Lexington.There are a lot of old, unmarked graves at Boone, and they may be buried there.
Do you have any idea where Levi and Henrietta came from?