|Title:||Episcopal Diocese Of East Carolina Records|
|Repository:||ECU Manuscript Collection|
|Abstract:||Non-active permanent records (1804-2008, undated) of the diocese, including correspondence, subject files, minutes, legal files, church history materials, parish registers, general files, reports, photographs, publications, and miscellany.|
|Extent:||28.047 Cubic feet.|
August 29, 2000, (unprocessed); Non-active permanent records (1825-1983) of the diocese, including correspondence, subject files, minutes, legal files, church history materials, parish registers, general files, reports, photographs, publications, and miscellany. Loaned by Episcopal Diocese of East Carolina.
April 16, 2003, (unprocessed addition 1), 110 items; A Transcription (2002) of the Minute Book of the Pamlico Convocation beginning July 1867 and ending with the Convocation of Edenton of Edenton May 1881. Transcribed by Mamr Marsh Wilson, diocesan Committee on History and Archives. 1 vol. (loose leaf) Index 3pp. Loaned by Holley Mack Bell
September 8, 2003, (unprocessed addition 2), 158 items; A Brief History of the Episcopal Church Women of the Diocese of East Carolina 1888-1988 by Louise Bashford Hunt with An Update for 1988-2003 by Betty Simmons Cochran, (Washington, NC: Episcopal Church Women, 2003). Donor: Betty Simmons Cochran
May 4, 2007, (unprocessed addition 3), 1 item, 0.05 cubic feet; Lives of the Bishops of North Carolina from the Establishment of the Episcopate in that State Down to the Division of the Diocese by Marshall DeLancey Haywood, Historiographer of the Diocese of North Carolina. (Alfred Williams & Company, Raleigh, North Carolina, 1910). Loaned by Holley Mack Bell
May 30, 2008, (unprocessed addition 4), 1.0 cubic feet; Collection (1841-1904, undated) of printed materials from the library of St. John's Episcopal Church, Wilmington, North Carolina, including journals of the general convention and biblical lexicons. LOANED. See preliminary inventory attached. Loaned by Mamré Marsh Wilson, Historiographer, Diocese of East Carolina
June 3, 2008, (unprocessed addition 5), 33 volumes, 4.67 cubic feet; Collection (1804-2008, undated) of manuscript, printed and Braille volumes from the library of Episcopal Diocese of East Carolina, including Winton, North Carolina and Murfreesboro, North Carolina church records, Episcopal Church histories, commentaries on the Bible, prayer books, sermons and autobiographical works by church leaders, etc. See preliminary inventory attached. Loaned by Mamré Marsh Wilson, Historiographer, Diocese of East Carolina
April 8, 2009, (unprocessed addition 6), 1 item, 0.001 cubic feet; Invitation card (12/18/1982) from the Right Reverend Bruce Sidney Sanders, Bishop Coadjutor of East Carolina to the ordination of Stephen Arthur Miller to the Sacred Order of Priest, St. Mary's Episcopal Church, Kinston, North Carolina. Printed. See preliminary inventory attached. Donor: Dr. W. Keats Sparrow
June 7, 2010, (unprocessed addition 7), 2 items, 0.153 cubic feet; Collection (1962) of printed works relating to the Episcopal Diocese of East Carolina including a pamphlet entitled 1962-1963 Manual, Episcopal Churchwomen, Diocese of East Carolina with Correction Parish Additions laid in; also a program entitled A Service of Witness of the Episcopal Church, Diocese of East Carolina, November 11, 1962 The Little Theatre, Knox Street, Fort Bragg, North Carolina. See preliminary inventory. Donor: Egbert L. Nunn.
Lender retains copyright. Literary rights to specific documents are retained by the authors or their descendants in accordance with U.S. copyright law.
Episcopal Diocese Of East Carolina Records (#797), East Carolina Manuscript Collection, J. Y. Joyner Library, East Carolina University, Greenville, North Carolina, USA.
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Below is material taken from a preliminary inventory and represents content from the collection that is unprocessed.
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