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Church records, 1713-1940

Manuscript/Manuscript on Film
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1951-1952
on 3 microfilm reels ; 35 mm.

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Microfilm of typescript of originals at St. Philip's Protestant Episcopal Church in Charleston, South Carolina.

Includes births 1713-1774, christenings 1713-1758, marriages 1713-1802 and 1810-1940, burials 1713-1758 and 1782-1801 and 1810-1822, minutes 1761-1795 and 1823-1868, parish minutes 1732-1755, baptisms 1756-1801 and 1810-1940, funerals 1823-1940, clerks register of interments of St. Philip's Church 1823-1835 (members and strangers), vestry minutes 1756-1774 and 1804-1812, vestry journal 1812-1822, confirmations 1822-1828 and 1849 and 1854.

Includes partial index.

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