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Old Chapel and the parish in Clarke County, Virginia : a history from the founding of Frederick Parish, 1738 to the centenary of Christ Church, Millwood, 1932

by B. Duvall Chambers
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English
Washington, D.C. : W.F Roberts Co., 1932
[291] p., [11] p. of plates : ill., ports.

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Photocopy of original, 1998.

Includes baptisms 1848-1932, marriages 1782-1931, burials 1751-1932, and some tombstone inscriptions.

Frederick Parish was established in 1738 and covered a large area which included present-day Clarke County. In 1866 Cunningham Chapel Parish was divided from Frederick Parish and was within the boundaries of Clarke County. It included Old Chapel as well as Christ Church in Millwood, Virginia, and Emmanuel Chapel.

Old Chapel may have been referred to as Cunningham Chapel.

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