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Records of Salem Presbyterian Church Black River, 1759-1895.

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  • 8 of 8 copies available at SC LENDS.

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Location Call Number / Copy Notes Barcode Shelving Location Status Due Date
Florence - Johnsonville Branch SCR 285.175 R/TRHS (Text) 33172004962021 Adult South Carolina Reference Available -
Florence - Lake City Branch SCR 285.175 R (Text) 33172002772109 Adult South Carolina Reference Available -
Florence - Lake City Branch SCR 285.175 R (Text) 33172005982481 Adult South Carolina Reference Available -
Florence - Lake City Branch SCR 285.175 R (Text) 33172005982499 Adult South Carolina Reference Available -
Florence - Main Library SCR 285.175 R (Text) 33172003156484 Adult South Carolina Reference Available -
Williamsburg - Hemingway SC REF 285.175 SALEM VOL. 1 BOOK 1 (Text) 32955831388639 Adult SC Reference Available -
Williamsburg - Hemingway SC REF 285.175 SALEM VOL. 1 BOOK 2 (Text) 32957000035025 Adult SC Reference Available -
Williamsburg - Hemingway SC REF 285.175 SALEM VOL. 2 (Text) 32957000035033 Adult SC Reference Available -

Record details

  • Physical Description: 3 volumes in 1 (352 pages) ; 28 cm
    print
  • Publisher: Hemingway, SC : Three Rivers Historical Society, 2002.

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General Note: "W.P.A. state-wide project 65-33-118, sponsored by University of South Carolina, supervised by Anne King Gregorie."
Cover title.
Formatted Contents Note: v. 1 1808-1860 / copied by Addie S. Vance -- v. 2 1825-1848 / copied by Mary Pope Jacob -- v. 3 1759-1895 / copied by Addie S. Vance. Baptism of slave children -- Baptized children received from other churches -- Cemetery plots assigned in 1831 -- Deaths in 1798 -- George Cooper's session book -- History of Salem Church -- List of female church members -- List of male church members -- Lists of births, baptisms, and deaths -- Lists of elders -- Lists of marriages -- Lists of ministers -- Lists of slave members -- Parents and children 1792-1798 -- Session records.
Summary, etc.: Salem (Black River) Presbyterian Church - Historical Marker Erected 1950 by The Sumter County Historical Commission. (Marker Number 43-4.) "This house of worship, commonly called Brick Church, was founded by Scotch-Irish settlers in 1759 on land given by Capt. David Anderson. Original log meeting-house was replaced by frame building and named Salem Presbyterian Church (1768). The first brick church was built in 1802 and used until 1846 when the present church was built of brick made on the grounds. Old session house (1846) in the rear contains large library given by James McBride in 1862. Land for cemetery, dating from 1794, was deeded by Robert Witherspoon in 1830. Among the notable ministers to serve this church was Dr. Thomas Reese, scholar, teacher, and preacher before the Revolution. In 1867 Negro members withdrew to form Goodwill Presbyterian Church"— Text from historical marker. National Register of Historic Places: Salem Black River Presbyterian Church (added 1978 - Building - #78003091) Also known as Brick Church.
Subject: Salem Black River Presbyterian Church (Mayesville, S.C.) -- Register
Presbyterian Church -- South Carolina -- History
Church records and registers -- South Carolina -- Mayesville
Church records and registers -- South Carolina -- Clarendon County
Church records and registers -- South Carolina -- Lee County
Church records and registers -- South Carolina -- Sumter County
Church records and registers -- South Carolina -- Williamsburg County
Registers of births, etc -- South Carolina -- Clarendon County
Registers of births, etc -- South Carolina -- Lee County
Registers of births, etc -- South Carolina -- Sumter County
Registers of births, etc -- South Carolina -- Williamsburg County
Clarendon County (S.C.) -- Genealogy
Lee County (S.C.) -- Genealogy
Sumter County (S.C.) -- Genealogy
Williamsburg County (S.C.) -- Genealogy
Church buildings -- South Carolina -- Clarendon County -- Presbyterian
Church buildings -- South Carolina -- Lee County -- Presbyterian
Church buildings -- South Carolina -- Sumter County -- Presbyterian
Church buildings -- South Carolina -- Williamsburg County -- Presbyterian
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