Register of St. Phillip's Parish, Charles Town, South Carolina, 1754-1810. (Volume #2)
By: A.S. Salley, Pub. 1927, Reprinted 2022, 508 pages, Index, ISBN #978-1-63914-057-2. St. Philip's was one of the ten original parishes created by the Church Act of 1706. Considering that the state of South Carolina did not officially record vital records until 1911 makes any resource that mentions these items of extreme importance to the genealogists. In 1751 the parish covering Charleston was divided into two parishes. This register is filled with births, christenings, marriages, and burials from the newly divided parish that covered all persons including negros, mollatoes and Indian Slaves north of Broad Street from 1754-1810. The reader will also discover the author has including extra genealogical data from mini biographies to general family information within the footnotes on various persons. The index mentions approximately 13,000 entries.