St. Michaels Parish, South Carolina

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== History  ==
 
== History  ==
  
St. Michael's Parish serves [[Charleston_County,_South_Carolina|Charleston]].
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St. Michael's Parish serves [[Charleston County, South Carolina|Charleston]].  
  
Built on the site of [[St._Philips_Parish,_South_Carolina|St. Philip's Parish]] Church in [[Charleston County, South Carolina|Charleston]], which was destroyed by a hurricane in 1710. St. Philip's Parish Church was later rebuilt a few blocks away.  
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Built on the site of [[St. Philips Parish, South Carolina|St. Philip's Parish]] Church in [[Charleston County, South Carolina|Charleston]], which was destroyed by a hurricane in 1710. St. Philip's Parish Church was later rebuilt a few blocks away.  
  
 
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{{Wikipedia|St._Michael%27s_Episcopal_Church_(Charleston,_South_Carolina)|St. Michael's Parish Church}}
 
  
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Contents

History

St. Michael's Parish serves Charleston.

Built on the site of St. Philip's Parish Church in Charleston, which was destroyed by a hurricane in 1710. St. Philip's Parish Church was later rebuilt a few blocks away.

Founded

  • 1751

Resources

Research Guides

Church Records and History

Websites

Wikipedia
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