Warrenette Duncan Sharp Collection - Accession 1574 M769 (826)
Accession 1574 - M769 (826)
1976, 1978, 1981, 1982
Open under the rules and regulations of the Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections
4 bound volumes
Scope and Content Note
The Warrenette Duncan Sharp Collection includes four volumes of related to the history of Union County, Chester County and to Providence Baptist Church, Hopewell Baptist Church, and Hopewell Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church. The collection includes a publication titled, Historic Sites Survey: Union County prepared by the Catawba Regional Planning Council in November 1976 whose purpose was “to describe historic sites in Union County” and “lists significant historic sites that can eventually be nominated to the National Register of Historic Places.” The collection also contains “Minutes of Providence Baptist Church and Hopewell Baptist Church” which contains a note stating, “Records for most years from 1826-1876 now in possession of Miss Margaret Jordan, Richburg, South Carolina. The church building burned around 1926 and the cemetery is now unused. These records were copied from the original by Mrs. Jean C. Agee (1978).” Also included is, Hopewell A.R.P. Church: Chester County, SC 1787-1982 Published by the Chester Genealogical Society (1982) and History of Hopewell Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church, Chester County, SC Together with Biographical Sketches of Its Four Pastors by Rev. Robert Lathan (1879) republished by the Chester County Genealogical Society in 1981.
The Warrenette Duncan Sharp Collection was donated to the Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections by Mary Warrenette Duncan Sharp on November 8, 2016.
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Finding Aid Citation
Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections, Winthrop University, "Warrenette Duncan Sharp Collection - Accession 1574 M769 (826)". Finding Aid 1236.