Martins Brandon Parish, Virginia

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N.P. Dunn's history of Merchant's Hope Church, Martin's Brandon Parish, Virginia (1907) has been digitized by [http://books.google.com/books?id=TSISAAAAYAAJ&pg=PA183&lpg=PA183 Google Books].<ref>''Colonial Churches: A Series of Sketches of Churches in the Original Colony of Virginia'' (Richmond, Va.: Southern Churchman Co., 1907), 183-188.</ref>
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Revision as of 23:19, 5 July 2011

United States  Gotoarrow.png  Virginia  Gotoarrow.png  Martin's Brandon Parish

Contents

History

Martin's Brandon Parish has served Charles City and Prince George counties.

Founded

Boundary

"An Act to divide those parts of the Parishes of Westover and Weynoake, which lie on the South side James River, from those parts of the said Parishes which lie on the North side the said River; and for uniting Westover and Weynoake Parishes; on the South side James River, to Martin Brandon Parish, in the County of Prince George; and for erecting a Chapel in Bristol Parish, in the said County" (1720) culled from sources in London, is published in:

  • Chamberlayne, Churchill G. "Seven Parish Acts Heretofore Unpublished," The William and Mary Quarterly, Vol. 18, No. 1 (Jan. 1938):106-118. FHL Book 973 H25w; digital version at JSTOR ($).

Resources

Parish History

N.P. Dunn's history of Merchant's Hope Church, Martin's Brandon Parish, Virginia (1907) has been digitized by Google Books.[2]

Parish Records

References

  1. Freddie Spradlin, "Parishes of Virginia," VAGenWeb, accessed 29 January 2011; Hening's Statutes at Large; Emily J. Salmon and Edward D.C. Campbell Jr., The Hornbook of Virginia History (Richmond: Library of Virginia, 1994).
  2. Colonial Churches: A Series of Sketches of Churches in the Original Colony of Virginia (Richmond, Va.: Southern Churchman Co., 1907), 183-188.