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South Carolina Historical Society holdings:

"St. Philip’s (Episcopal) Church. Bradford Springs. Vestry minutes, 1846-1854. 1 vol."
"Resolution passed to seek union with other churches in the diocese (1846). Request made to rector to ask the Society for the Advancement of Christianity in South Carolina to contribute for minister’s salary. Mention of Bradford Springs Female Institute as owner of neighboring lot (1850). Among well-known family names on the vestry lists are found Bossard, Burrows, Colelough, Gaillard, Guerry, Porcher, and Sinkler."[1]


  1. Margaretta Childs, and Isabella G. Leland, "South Carolina Episcopal Church Records," South Carolina Historical Magazine 84 (October 1983): 260. Digital version at JSTOR ($). WorldCat entry. FHL Book 975.7 B2s v. 84.


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