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St. Paul's Church 1832, originally the borough church 1739, Elizabeth River Parish, Norfolk, Virginia

St. Paul's Church 1832, originally the borough church 1739, Elizabeth River Parish, Norfolk, Virginia
[compiled by Mrs. Calvert R. Dey]
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English
Norfolk, Virginia : Altar Guild of St. Paul's Church, c1934
115, [8] p. : ill., facsims., map, ports.

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Author taken from the preface.

Includes index to tombstones.

Contains history of parish, description of church, tombstone inscriptions, list of vestrymen, etc.

The church as originally established as Elizabeth River Parish and became the church for the borough of Norfolk in 1739. In 1832 it was named St. Paul's Church.

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