|Text||Owen, Clint. Midway Congregational Church Records, Liberty County, Georgia. Orem, UT: Ancestry, Inc., 1998.|
At one of the first settlements in Georgia, the Midway Congregational Church was founded by Puritans from Dorchester, South Carolina. The settlement was founded in about 1752. The records contain information regarding births, deaths, marriages, and baptisms. In addition to these vital records there are also minutes and brief histories of ministers and select families of the community. The complete records have been microfilmed by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and are located in Salt Lake City, Utah, and by the Georgia State Archives, in Atlanta, Georgia.
|Linked to||Elizabeth Quarterman Stacy|
Aeneas Stacy Way
Anna Quarterman Way
Edgar Bacon Way
John Norman Way
Leland Buttolph Way
William John Way
Family: Way/Stacy (F11613)
Family: Stacy/Quarterman (F11632)
Family: Way/Bacon (F11965)
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