William C. Granberry collection on Episcopal churches in Georgia
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William C. Granberry collection on Episcopal churches in Georgia

Descriptive Summary

Repository: Georgia Historical Society
Creator: Granberry, William C.
Title: William C. Granberry collection on Episcopal churches in Georgia
Dates: 1910-1954
Extent: 2.7 cubic feet (4 boxes, 12 folders)
Identification: MS 2183

Biographical/Historical Note

The Episcopal Church, members of the broader Anglican Church, is comprised of 165 Episcopal congregations. These are divided into two diocese.


Scope and Content Note

This collection consists of research materials concerning the churches within the Episcopal Church in Georgia. The material was collected by William C. Granberry. Each church for which there is information is listed under the city where it is located: Emmanuel Church in Athens; All Saints Church, Church of the Incarnation, Church of Our Savior, Epiphany Church, Holy Innocents, St. Luke's Church, St. Martin-In-the-Fields Church, St. Paul's Church, St. Philip's Cathedral, and St. Timothy's Church in Atlanta; various churches in Augusta; Holy Trinity Church in Blakely; various churches in Brunswick; St. Margaret's Church in Carrollton; Church of the Ascension in Cartersville; St. James Church in Cedartown; St. John's Church and St. Mary's Mission in College Park; Trinity Church and St. Mary the Virgin in Columbus; St. Mark's in Dalton; St. Andrew's and St. Cyprian's in Darien; Holy Trinity in Decatur; St. Paul's Church in East Point; Christ Church in Frederica; Grace Church in Gainesville; St. George in Griffin; St. Luke's in Hawkinsville; St. Paul's in Jesup; St. Mark's in La Grange; various churches in Macon; St. James in Marietta; St. Stephen's in Milledgeville; St. Peter's in Rome; various churches in Savannah; St. Michael's and All Angels in Stone Mountain; Zion Church in Talbotton; St. Anne's in Tifton; St. Matthia's Toccoa; Christ Church in Valdosta; Mediator Church in Washington; Grace Church in Waycross; St. Mark's in Woodbine;

This collection also contains twelve folders of photographs of Episcopal churches and clergy in the following Georgia cities: Atlanta, Brunswick, Carterville, College Park, Columbus, Gainesville, Macon, and Woodbine.


Index Terms

Bishops--Georgia.
Church of England--Georgia.
Clergy--Georgia.
Episcopal Church--Georgia.
Episcopalians--Georgia.
Granberry, William C.
Photographs.
Research notes.

Administrative Information

Custodial History

Material was acquired from GDAH, who received the materials from Bebe Lang, date unknown.

Preferred Citation

[item identification], William C. Granberry collection on Episcopal churches in Georgia, MS 2183, Georgia Historical Society, Savannah, Georgia.

Acquisition Information

Gift of the Georgia Department of Archives and History, 1984.


Restrictions

Access Restrictions

Collection is open for research.

Publication Rights

Copyright has not been assigned to the Georgia Historical Society. All requests for permission to publish or quote from manuscripts must be submitted in writing to the Division of Library and Archives. Permission for publication is given on behalf of the Georgia Historical Society as the owner of the physical items and is not intended to include or imply permission of the copyright holder, which must also be obtained by the researcher.


Sponsorship

Encoding funded by a 2012 Documenting Democracy grant from the National Historical Publications and Records Commission.

Container List

 

Box

Fldr

11Athens. Emmanuel Church
 
Atlanta

Box

Fldr

12All Saints Church
3Church of the Incarnation
4Church of Our Savior
5Epiphany Church
6Holy Innocents
7-8St. Luke's Church
9St. Martin-In-the-Fields Church
10St. Paul's Church

Box

Fldr

211-12St. Philip's Cathedral
13St. Timothy's Church
 
14Augusta. Various churches
 
15Blakely. Holy Trinity Church
 
16Brunswick. Various churches
 
17Carrollton. St. Margaret's Church
 
18Cartersville. Church of the Ascension
 
19Cedartown. St. James Church
 
20College Park. St. John's Church
 
21Columbus. Trinity Church and St. Mary the Virgin
 
22Dalton. St. Mark's
 
23Darien. St. Andrew's and St. Cyprian's
 
24Decatur. Holy Trinity
 

Box

Fldr

325East Point. St. Paul's Church
 
26Frederica. Christ Church
 
27Gainesville. Grace Church
 
28Griffin. St. George
 
29Hawkinsville. St. Luke's
 
30Jesup. St. Paul's
 
31LaGrange. St. Mark's
 
32Macon. Various churches
 
33Marietta. St. James
 
34Milledgeville. St. Stephen's
 
35Rome. St. Peter's
 
36Savannah. Various churches
 
37Stone Mountain. St Michael's and All Angels
 
38Talbotton. Zion Church
 
39Tifton. St. Anne's
 
40Toccoa. St. Matthia's
 
41Valdosta. Christ Church
 
42Washington. Mediator Church
 
43Waycross. Grace Church
 
44Woodbine. St. Mark's
 
45University of the South, Sewanee, Tennessee
 
46Correspondence, 145-1949
 
Scrapbooks

Box

Volume

31"The Clergy in Georgia, 1733-1867"
2"Priests, 1884-1942"

Box

Volume

43"Bishops, 1891-1952"
3"The Church in Georgia, 1732-1867"
4"The Church in Georgia, 1868-1907"
5"The Church in Georgia, 1907-1947"
6"The Church in Georgia, 1907-1947, Atlanta"
7"Miscellaneous material"
 
Photographs
Atlanta

Box

vm_folder

41All Saints Church, undated, (2 items)
2Church of the Incarnation, 1910-1954, (20 items)
3Epiphany Church, undated, (3 items)
4Brunswick. St. Paul's Mission, undated, (2 items)
5Cartersville. Church of the Ascension, undated, (2 items)
College Park

Box

vm_folder

46St. John's Church, 1905-1912, (7 items)
7St. Mary's Mission, 1912, (4 items)
8Columbus. St. Mary's Church, undated, (3 items)
9Gainesville. Grace Church, 1950, (1 item)
Macon

Box

vm_folder

410Christ Church, 1952, (3 items)
11St. James Church, 1951, (2 items)
12Woodbine. St. Martin's Church, undated, (1 item)