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Bayside Charge Collection

MSA SC 3178
RestrictionsNo restrictions
StorageMicrofilm only
Film Number(s)SCM 1260 - SCM 1261
Bayside Charge, Easton District, Peninsula Annual Conference, Talbot County. Wittman Methodist Church (formerly Wittman Methodist Episcopal Church): membership and church record 1963-1967; historical record of permanent data 1921-1951; church record 1921-1951. Sherwood Methodist Church: membership and church record 1964-1967. Bozman Methodist Church (formerly Bozman and Neavitt Charge Methodist Episcopal Church): church record 1902-1967. Claiborne Methodist Church: membership record 1941-1964. Bayside Methodist Church (formerly Bayside and Tilghman Charge Methodist Episcopal Church): membership record 1921-1962; membership record (largely Sherwood congregation) 1921-1961. Bayside and Tilghman Charge Methodist Episcopal Church (after 1940, called Bayside and Tilghman Charge Methodist Church; after 1943, called Bayside Charge Methodist Church): historical record of permanent data 1921-1964; church record, Asbury, Bozman, Sherwood and Bayside congregations 1892-1959.

For related records see MSA SC 6168: Neavitt United Methodist Church Collection

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