Parish Register


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Parish Register: Easter Monday April 8, 1833 to April 29, 1875 is a manuscript, with genre register. Its dimensions are 7.5 in x 12.5 in. It is 71 pages long.

It was created on Monday, April 8, 1833.

St. John's Episcopal Church is the Contributor. Erastus Burn is the Creator.

The first Parish Register of St. John's Episcopal Church contains the details of church life during the 19th century. Membership lists, baptisms, marriages and deaths show the ebb and flow of life in a small town, as parishioners are born, marry, move, die and are buried throughout northern Franklin County and Delaware county. Funeral records provide insights into demographic and social patterns of the time. They were also conducted for blacks and non-members. Financial records give insights into the social concerns of the congregation. Donations, given in kind as well as money, mirror economic events in the larger world.

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Parish Register

Table of contents

Contents in the Order of their Registry
1. Names of Communicants
2. Baptisms - Infant and Adult
3. Confirmations
4. Marriages
5. Funerals
6. Episcopal Visitations
7. Copy of Sentence of Consecration
8. Notes and Memoranda
9. Collections for Diocesan Missions

It covers the topics baptisms, church records, marriage records and birth records.

It features the organization St. John's Episcopal Church.

It covers the city Worthington.

You can find the original at St. John's Episcopal Church.

This file was reformatted digital in the format video/jpeg2000.

The Worthington Memory identification code is sje0005_001.

This metadata record was human prepared by Worthington Libraries on July 27, 2001. It was last updated November 30, 2021.