St. Marks Parish, South Carolina

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== Resources  ==
 
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==== Church Records and History ====
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For a history of the parish, see Chapter 13, St. Mark's Parish, pages 323-325, in:
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*Dalcho, Frederick. ''An Historical Account of the Protestant Episcopal Church in South Carolina from the First Settlement of the Province, to the War of the Revolution; with Notices of the Present State of the Church in Each Parish and Some Account of the Early Civil History of Carolina, Never Before Published''. Charleston: E. Thayer, 1820. {{FHL|375296|item|disp=FHL Film 22657}}; digital versions at [http://books.google.com/books?id=SG0QAAAAIAAJ Google Books]; [http://www.archive.org/details/historicalaccoun00dalc Internet Archive].
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== References  ==

Revision as of 23:26, 7 February 2011

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Contents

History

South Carolina's "Anglican parishes were used as election districts and had responsibility for road development, care of the poor, and education."[1]

St. Mark's Parish serves [blank] County, South Carolina

Founded

  • 1757

Boundary

Resources

Parish History

For a history of the parish, see Chapter 13, St. Mark's Parish, pages 323-325, in:

  • Dalcho, Frederick. An Historical Account of the Protestant Episcopal Church in South Carolina from the First Settlement of the Province, to the War of the Revolution; with Notices of the Present State of the Church in Each Parish and Some Account of the Early Civil History of Carolina, Never Before Published. Charleston: E. Thayer, 1820. FHL Film 22657; digital versions at Google Books; Internet Archive.

Parish Records

References

  1. "The Formation of Counties in South Carolina," at the South Carolina Department of Archives and History website, accessed 21 January 2011.