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History and published records of the Midway Congregational Church, Liberty County, Georgia

by James Stacy ; with addenda by Elizabeth Walker Quarterman and new index by Margaret H. Cannon
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English
Spartanburg, South Carolina : Reprint Co. Publishers, 1979
xi, 496 p. in various pagings : ill., 2 maps, ports.
0871522985

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Reprint of History of the Midway Congregational Church, Liberty County, Georgia, published in 1903, and of The published records of Midway Church, v.1., published in 1894 by J. Stacy; and of the addenda by E.W. Quarterman published with the revised history in 1951.

Includes copyrighted index.

Contains birth, baptism, marriage, and death records.

Includes biographical information on ministers of the church and on individuals who became ministers after growing up in the Midway Congregational Church.

Includes genealogical information on the Quarterman, Baker, Way, Norman, Osgood, and McIntosh families.

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