Historic churches of Fairfield County

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Church buildings -- Connecticut -- Fairfield Co


Connecticut, Fairfield Co

Statementby Charles J. Stokes. Photography by Dave Nadig.
LC ClassificationsF102.F2 S84
The Physical Object
Pagination95 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4725180M
LC Control Number78012827

Historic churches of Fairfield County. [Westport, Conn.] County Books [] (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors /. This book is a project of the Historic Rural Churches of Georgia organization, whose mission is the preservation of historic rural churches across the state and the documentation of their history since their founding.

If proper care is taken, these endangered and important landmarks can continue to represent the state’s earliest examples of.

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Historic churches of Fairfield County, Unknown Binding – January 1, by Charles J Stokes (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ — $ Author: Charles J Stokes. Fairfield County, Ohio Churches: A listing of all the Churches in Fairfield County, OH with maps, driving directions, and a local area search function.

Parish register, (St. James Evangelical Lutheran Church (Fairfield County, Ohio)) Family History Library Pleasant Run Church Members in Fairfield County Ohio Family History Library Scattered records of the Amanda and Historic churches of Fairfield County book charge in of [sic] the Lutheran and Union churches, Fairfield and Pickaway County, Ohio, Old Brick Church, which is also known as Ebenezer Associate Reformed Presbyterian (ARP) Church or First Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church is a church built in about 4 mi (6 km) north of Jenkinsville on SC in Fairfield County, South was named to the National Register of Historic Places on Aug It is one of the few 18th-century churches surviving in the Coordinates: 34°19′9″N 81°15′39″W /.

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Stephen's Episcopal Church is an historic Episcopal church building located northeast of Ridgeway, South Carolina, on County Road Built of wood in in the Carpenter Gothic style, it was designed by the Rev. John Dewitt McCollough, who later became its rector. The exterior was painted a maroon color.

Inits exterior wood was covered by brick veneer, so that it appears today Architectural style: Carpenter Gothic; Gothic. Fairfield County, South Carolina Churches: A listing of all the Churches in Fairfield County, SC with maps, driving directions, and a local area search function.

Two local historic churches were mentioned in a newly published book by Houston residents William and Mary Pamela Schaefer. Shiloh Primitive Baptist Church of Kirvin and Harmony Church of Stewards Mill each got their own page in the book featuring historic churches throughout Texas.

According to the synopsis, the Schaefer’s have visited and photographed approximately 1,   History of Fairfield County, Ohio, and representative citizens Item Preview remove-circle History of Fairfield County, Ohio, and representative citizens by Miller, Charles Christian, [from old catalog] ed.

Publication date Publisher Chicago, Richmond-Arnold Pub. CoPages: The Historic Lancaster District was designated as the City's first design review district. This district contains the largest concentration of historic and architecturally significant properties in the City and include such notable buildings as the Sherman House, the Decorative Arts Center of Ohio, Fairfield County Courthouse, Lancaster, City Hall and the Georgian as well as numerous private.

A new coffee-table book featuring some of the state’s most picturesque and historic rural churches is aimed to do more than comment on their architectural beauty. It is aimed at saving them.

Though the task is daunting, “South Carolina’s Sacred Spaces,” written by photographer Bill Fitzpatrick and published in partnership with.

Fairfield County Historical Museum, Winnsboro, South Carolina. 1, likes 30 talking about this were here. Featuring artifacts and furnishings which represent our Fairfield County history 5/5(6). The Name and Record in Ireland of the Brice Family Whose Descendants First Settled in Fairfield County, South Carolina about MSS., South Carolina Historical Society, Charleston, S.C.

Microfilmed FHL Item 7 [Brice] Brice, L.S. The Brice Family Who Settled in Fairfield County, South Carolina about FHL Ba. After the war, Fairfield continued to grow and at one time sported a short-lived newspaper, two shoe factories, a knife factory, five churches, and a book plant.

The Borough of Fairfield was incorporated in with an area of about acres .7 sq. mi.). Today this well-kept Borough is home to a variety of businesses and churches and. History of Fairfield county, Connecticut by Hurd, D. Hamilton (Duane Hamilton) comp.

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Publication date Topics Fairfield County (Conn.) Publisher Philadelphia, J. Lewis & co. Collection library_of_congress; americana Digitizing sponsor Sloan Foundation Contributor The Library of Congress Language English. Addeddate. Welcome to Church Finder® - the best way to find Christian churches in Fairfield CT.

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“Old Zion” on S. B Street was demolished in The Fairfield Ledger of Aug. 17,says (p. 3, col. 4): “With the demolition of the Old Zion and Presbyterian Churches will disappear two of Fairfield’s old land were the two oldest churches in the city, and the first brick ones erected.”.

The Fairfield County Museum preserves the history of the county through the collection of significant artifacts and interpretation of the personal stories of its citizens. Blanche Marsh.

The photographs and negatives depict historic and modern homes, public buildings, textile mills, churches, and scenes of South Carolina and Flat. #GIVINGTUESDAYNOW HAPPENS MAY 5 #GivingTuesdayNow is a global day of generosity and unity to help those affected by the Covid pandemic.

The Fairfield County Heritage Association has lost thousands of dollars from the cancellation of its biggest fundraiser, the Tour of Homes, and other events; and from the closure of its museums in April and May.

The Town of Fairfield Fairfield, NY Herkimer County Incorporated Before the Revolutionary War, a few German families moved north of the Mohawk Valley, cleared away the forest, and settled down to farm and raise families on the land that was to become the Town of Fairfield.

The Fairfield County Heritage Association connects all people to the rich history of Fairfield County, Ohio. TOUR OF HOMES CANCELLED Our annual Tour of Homes, planned for June 27 & 28, has been cancelled because of Covid Books by Fairfield County Genealogy Society Volunteers Boulware Extracts Fairfield-County-PlatsDeed-Book-AG-Deed-Book-AH (with index) Book by Fitz Hugh McMaster, History of Fairfield County, SC From Before The Whiteman Came Book by Daniel Burton Meador The Meador Family Book by A.

Nixon, Hager Family of Lincoln County NC. Buy a CD of images of a year of Fairfield County census for yourself & the web All counties available for U.S. Federal Census:,, & Fairfield County have already been bought &.

Fairfield County, Connecticut Churches: A listing of all the Churches in Fairfield County, CT with maps, driving directions, and a local area search function. The complete book on CD: History of Fairfield County, Ohio compiled by A. Graham and published by W. Beers & Co., Chicago This detailed ( pages in all) history has an incredible amount of historical and genealogical information about Fairfield County, Ohio from its.

The Fairfield Historical Society meets every first Tuesday of the month between March and November. We meet at the Elisha Morgan Mansion. It is located on Ross Road in Fairfield, OH.

Every month the members and guests have inspiring speakers and present many great historical facts about Fairfield and the surrounding communities.

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Fairfield County has numerous churches, some of which have been in existence for over two hundred years. Perhaps the most famous church, built inis the Old Brick Church, where the Synod of the Carolina for the Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church was organized in.

The area contains Fairfield's town hall, public library and houses dating from the late 18th century. The Fairfield Historic District is impressive and aesthetically pleasing, and it is historically significant as it was the focal point of the first English settlement in the area and an important British target during the Revolutionary War.Thus, Fairfield becomes the new county seat.

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As promised, Waterman donates sixteen acres of land to the county, at the corner of Texas and Union Streets, for new county buildings. The first county buildings are constructed (a brick courthouse and jail were built for $15,).

Fairfield is formally incorporated as a city.The Book of Ohio, Fairfield County (Source: Internet Archive) () (Source: Internet Archive) A Complete History of Fairfield County, Ohio (Source: Google Books) A complete history of Fairfield County, Churches and Other Religious Institutions.