St Paul's Episcopal Church in Quincy, Florida

History of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Quincy

St. Paul’s Church in Quincy, Florida, has a rich history dating back to its organization and election of the vestry on December 7, 1838. The parish was quickly integrated into the Diocese of Florida during the Diocese’s Second Annual Convention in January 1839. Officially incorporated on February 28, 1839, by an act of the Territorial Legislature, the church was originally served by the rector of St. John’s Church in Tallahassee, beginning in 1834. Despite challenges, including periods without a rector and the use of the building as a Confederate Army hospital during the Civil War, St. Paul’s has persevered. This history was written in 1958 in preparation for St. Paul’s 125th anniversary.

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Antioch Church Cemetery, Wetumpka

Antioch Church Cemetery was surveyed on April 21, 1957; therefore, burials after this date are not included here. Directions: Leave Quincy going south on Pat Thomas Parkway (Hwy. 267 South). It’s about 9 miles to Wetumpka. Continue south past intersection with Old Federal Road (Hwy 65B) to the top of the next hill. Turn left on McCall Bridge Road (Hwy. 65C), and the church and cemetery are within sight on the right. The cemetery covers about three acres. Surname Given Birth Date Death Date Comments on Stone ALDERMAN Bulah ? Eulah 2-20-1889 Living   ALFORD Authur J. 7-5-1892 2-3-1955  

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