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A LIST

OF THE CLERICAL

MEMBERS ONLY OF THE

SOCIETY,

FROM ITíS

INSTITUTION

IN

1762-1909

 

  

A.D. 1762 (Clerical Members)

ALEXANDER GARDEN, Rector of the parish of St. Thomasí and St. Jamesí.

JAMES HARRISON, Rector of St. Jamesí, Goose Creek.

ROBERT BARON, Rector of St. Bartholomewís.

WINWOOD SEGEANT, Rector of St. Georgeís Dorchester.

ROBERT SMITH, D. D., Rector of St. Phuilipís, Charleston, and the first Bishop of the Protestant Episcopal Church in South Carolina.

ROBERT COOPER, Assistant Minister at St. Philipís, afterwards Rector of St. Michaelís.

JOHN TONGE, Rector of St. Paulís, Colleton.

ABRAHAM IMER, Rector of St. Peterís Parish.

JOHN DACRE WILTON, Assistant Minister at St. Philipís, Charleston.

JOSEPH STOKES,

OFFSRPING PEARCE, Rector of Prince George, Winyaw, afterwards of St. George, Dorchester.

 

1763

JOHN GREEN, Rector of St. Helena, Beaufort.

GEORGE SKEENE, Rector of Prince Frederickís.

 

 1764

LEVI DURAND, Rector of St. John, Berkeley.

SAMUEL DRAKE, Rector of St. James, Santee.

 

1765

ALEXANDER KEITH, Rector of Prince George, Winyaw, afterwards of St. Stephenís, Santee.

JOHN EVANS, Rector of St. Bartholomewís.

 

1766

JAMES CRALLAN, Assistant Minister at St. Philipís, Charleston.

ISAAC AMORY, Rector of St. Johnís, Colleton.

 

1770

JOHN LEWIS, Rector of St. Paulís, Colleton.

ROBERT PURCELL, Assistant Minister at St. Philipís.

JAMES PIERCE, Rector of St. Helena, Beaufort.

 

1771

HENRY PURCELL, D. D., First Rector of St. Georgeís, Dorchester, afterwards of ChristChurch, and died Rector of St. Michaelís, Charleston.

JOHN BULLMAN, Assistant Minister at St. Michaelís, Charleston.

THOMAS PANTING,

 

1773

ALEXANDER FINDLAY, Rector of St. Stephenís, Santee.

 

1774

CHARLES FREDERICK MOREAU, St. Helenaís Parish.

EDWARD JENKINS, D. D., Rector of St. Bartholomewís, afterwards successively Rector of St. Michaelís and St. Philipís, Charleston.

 

1775

SAMUEL HART, Assistant at St. Michaelís Church, Charleston, afterwards Rector of St. Johnís, Berkeley.

 

1786

THOMAS FROST, Assistant Minister, and afterward Rector of St. Philipís.

STEPHEN CHRISTOPHER LEWIS, Rector of St. Helenís Church, Beaufort.

THOMAS MILLS, D. D., Rector of St. Andrewís.

EDWARD ELLINGTON, Rector of St. Jamesí, Goose Creek.

  

1788

PENUEL BOWEN, Rector of St. Johnís, Colleton.

 

1790

THOMAS GATES, D. D., Assistant Minister at St. Michaelís, Charleston.

MATTHEW TATE, Rector of St. Matthewís Parish, afterwards of the Church in Beaufort.

 

1791

ANDREW MíCULLY, sometime Rector of St. Lukeís Parish.

MILWARD POGSON, Rector of St. Jamesí, Goose Creek from 1796-1806.

 

1796

PETER M. PARKER, Rector of St. Johnís Berkeley, afterwards Assistant at St. Philipís, Charleston.

JOHN THOMPSON, sometime Rector of St. Thomasí Parish, afterwards of St. James, Goose Creek.

 

1798

EDMUND MATTHEWS, sometime Rector of the Episcopal Church on Edisto.

 

1803

NATHANIEL BOWEN, D. D., Assistant Minister, afterwards Rector of St. Michaelís, Charleston; and the third Bishop of the Protestant Episcopal Church, in South Carolina.

 

1807

JAMES D. SIMONS, Rector of St. Philipís Church.

JOHN THOMPSON NANKIVEL, Rector of St. Thomasí.

 

 1808

ANDREW FOWLER, Rector of St. Bartholomewís Parish.

CHRISTOPHER E. GADSDEN, D. D., Rector of St. Philipís, Charleston, and fourth Bishop of the P. E. Church in South Carolina.

PAUL TRAPIER GERVAIS, St. Johnís, Colleton.

 

1809

WILLIAM PERCEY, D. D., Rector of St. Paulís, Charleston.

 

1811

THEODORE DEHON, D. D., Rector of St. Michaelís, Charleston, and the second Bishop of the Protestant Episcopal Church in South Carolina.

JOHN JACOB TSCHUDY, Rector of St. Johnís, Berkeley.

 

1812

FREDERICK DALCHO, M. D., Rector of St. Paulís, Colleton. (Mason and one of the original founders of the Supreme Council in Charleston, S.C.)

 

1813

JOHN B. CAMPBELL, Rector of St. Helena, Beaufort

 

1814

CHRISTIAN HANCKEL, D. D., Recotr of Trinity Church, Columbia, now Rector of St. Paulís, Radcliffeboro.

  

1815

THOMAS DOWNES FROST, Assistant Minister of St. Philipís, Charleston.

MAURICE H. LANCE, Rector of Prince George, Winyaw.

 

1817

ALBERT A. MULLER, Rector of Christís Church.

 

1818

ALLSTON GIBBES, Assistant Minister of St. Philipís.

HENRY GIBBES, Minister of All Saintsí, Waccamaw.

 

1819

FRANCIS P. DELAVAUX, Rector of St. Bartholomewís Parish.

 

1821

WILLIAM S. WILSON, Minister of St. Paulís Stono.

 

1822

JOSEPH M. GILBERT, Rector of Edisto Island, and of Grace Church, Sullivanís Island.

EDWARD PHILLIPS, Rector of Grace Church, Camden.

THOMAS H. TAYLOR, Minister of St. Johnís Colleton, and Rector of Grace Church, Sullivanís Island.

 

1822

WILLIAM H. MITCHELL, RECTOR OF St. James, Santee.

 

1823

EDWARD RUTLEDGE, Rector of St. Thomas, and St. Dennis.

 

1825

JASPER ADAMS, D. D., President of the Charleston College, and sometime Rector of St. Andrewís Parish.

 

1826

FRANCIS H. RUTLEDGE, Rector of St. Thomasí and St. Dennis, and Rector of Grace Church, Sullivanís Island.

PHILIP GADSEN, Rector of St. Paulís Parish, Stono, and of St. Paulís Church, Summerville.

 

1829

PAUL TRAPIER, SOMETIME Rector of St. Andrewís Parish, Minister of St. Stephenís Chapel, and rector of St. Michaelís, Charleston.

 

1830

JOSEPH R. WALKER, Rector of St. Helena, Beaufort.

 

1832

THOMAS J. YOUNG, sometime Minister of St. Lukeís Parish, Rector of St. Johnís, Colleton, and Assistant Minister of St. Michaelís, Charleston.

 

1834

CHARLES E. LEVERETT, Rector of Trinity Church, Edisto.

ALEXANDER GLENNIE, Rector of All Saintsí Parish

QILLIAM H. BARNWELL, sometime Rector of St. Peterís Church, Charleston.

DAVID I. CAMPBELL, Rector of St. Stephenís Parish.

P. H. FOLKER, sometime Rector of Trinity Church, Columbia, now resident in Spartanburg.

DANIEL COBIA, sometime Minister of St. Stephenís Chapel, Charleston afterwards Assistant Minister St. Philipís, Charleston.

DAVID MCELHEARN, Rector of St. Helena, Church, St. Helena Isalnd.

EDWARD THOMAS, sometime Rector of Trinity Church, Edisto, afterwards Rector of St. Johnís Parish, Berkeley.

 

1835

WILLIAM ELLIOTT

ALEXANDER W. MARSHALL, sometime Minister of St. Davidís, Cheraw, now St. Johnís Chapel, Charleston.

 

1836

WILLIAM H. SPEAR, sometime Assistant Minister of St. Michaelís, Charleston, afterwards Rector of that church.

REV. CRANMORE WALLACE, sometime Minister of Church on Jamesí Island; of St. Johnís Chapel, Charleston, now Rector of St. Johnís Berkeley.

 

 1837

N. B. SCRIVEN, Missionary on the Wateree River.

  1. KAUFMAN, Assistant Minister of St. Philipís Charleston.

    HUGH FRASER, late Resident at Waccamaw.

  2. C. WEBB, sometime Minister of St. Lukeís Parish, now a Missionary.

 

1838

P. J. SHAND, Rector Trinity Church, Columbia.

 

1839

THOMAS C. DUPONT, sometime Minister of the Church at Grahamville, St. Lukeís Parish, now Minister St. Stephenís Chapel, Charleston.

J. STUART HANCKEL, Rector of St. Andrewís Parish, and Assistant Minister of St. Paulís, Charleston.

ROBT. T. HOWARD, sometime Assistant Minister of St. Stephenís nd St. Johnís Chapels, Charleston, and Rector of Prince George, Winyaw.

 

1840

J. H. FOWLES, sometime Rector of Christ Church, Willtown, and Rector of St. Bartholomewís Parish.

P. TRAPIER KEITH, sometime rector of Prince George, Winyaw, now of St. Michaelís, Charleston.

 

1841

J. BARNWELL CAMPBELL, Rector of St. Philipís Church, Charleston.

WM. DEHON, Rector of St. Stephenís and Upper St. Johnís.

S. B. GALLAGHER

 

1842

ROBT. HENRY

 

1843

JOHN H. CORNISH, Rector of St. Thaddeusí Church, Aiken.

FRANCIS P. LEE, Grace Church, Camden.

ARTHUR WIGFALL, Rector of the Church of the Holy trinity, Grahamville.

 

1844

JOSIAH O. BEAR.

  1. H. CORNISHI, Rector of St. Paulís Church, Pendleton.

    STILES MELLICHAMP, Rector of St. Jamesí Church, Jamesí Island.

     

    1845

    EDWARD REED, Rector of St. Markís Parish, Clarendon.

    NATHANIEL HYATT, Rector of St. James Parish, Santee.

    P. T. BABBIT.

     

    1846

    Alexander Gregg, Rector of St. Davidís Church, Cheraw.

     

    1847

    JOHN R. FELL, Rector of Christ Church Parish.

     

    1848

    R. D. SHINDLER.

    H. ELWELL.

     

    1849

    M. A. CURTIS.

  2. T. BLAND.
  3. R. GRAHAM.

    J. HOWARD SMITH.

     

    1850

    JOSEPH HUNTER, Rector of Prince Frederickís Chapel, Peedee.

     

    1851

    J. GRIMKE DRAYTON, Rector of St. Andrewís Parish.

    J. WARD SIMMONS.

    W. B. HOWE.

    BENJAMIN JOHNSON, Rector of Trinity Church, Abbeville.

     

    1852

    CHRISTOPHER P. GADSDEN, Assistant Minister of St. Philipís Church, Charleston.

  4. E. BELLINGER.

J. MAXWELL PRINGLE, Rector of the Church of the mediator, Columbia.

RICHARD S. SEELY, residing in Lexington District.

 

1853

  1. C. PINCKNEY, Jr., Rector of Grace Church, Charleston.

JAMES STUART HANCKELL, Rector of St. Thomasí and St. Dennisí Parish.

THOMAS F. DAVIS, Rector of Grace Church, Camden, and fifth Bishop Protestant Episcopal Church in South Carolina.

WM. O. PRENTISS, Rector of Christ Church, Wilton.

 

1854

  1. TOOMER PORTER, Rector of the Church of the Holy Communion, Cammunion, Charleston.

JOHN J. ROBERTS.

J. A. SHANKLIN, Rector of St. Peterís Church, Charleston.

 

1855

JACOB V. WELCH, Missionary in St. Lukeís Parish.

  

1856

J. D. GIBSON, Rector of the Church of the Good Shepherd, Yorkville, and Missionary at Chesterville.

JAS. H. ELLIOTT, Assistant Minister of St. Michaelís Church, Charleston.

 

1857

EDWARD C. LOGAN, Teacher of the School and Missionary in the Parish of St. Thomas and St. Dennis.

  1. F. OLMSTED.

    WM. HENRY HANCKEL, sometime Rector of the Church on Edisto Island, and now Minister of Calvary Church, Charleston.

     

    1858

    J. D. SEABROOK.

    WM. JOHNSON.

     

    1859

    JNO. H. KIDNEY.

  2. E. HABERSHAM.

    T. J. GERADEAU.

    JNO. D. MCCULLOUGH.

     

    1860

    ROBT. T. JOHNSON.

    J. MERCIER GREEN.

     

    1861

    THOS. F. DAVIS, Jr.

     

    1862

    J. J. SAMS.

    ED. T. WALKER.

    P. F. STEVENS.

     

    1860

    HENRY L. PHILLIPS.

    LE GRAND GUERRY.

    ALBERT R. WALKER.

     

    1864

    R. T. BROWN.

  3. B. SAMS.

W. W. LORD.

T. S. ARTHUR.

IRVING MANNING, Jr.

 

1867

T. F. GADSEN.

  1. F. D. PERRY.

ROBT. WILSON.

 

1868

R. S. TRAPIER.

 

1869

BRUCE DAVIS.

JOHN JOHNSON.

  1. C. EDGERTON.

 

1870

J. H. ELLIOTT

 

1871

P. OCTAVIUS PORCHER

 

1872

N. B. FULLER.

T. N. LUCAS.

  1. B. WALKER.

 

1881

H. C. JUDD.

 

1882

R. T. CLUTE.

 

1883

FRANCIS SCOTT.

 

1884

ELLISON CAPERS.

WM. H. BARNWELL.

BENJ. ALLSTON.

J. H. LA ROCHE.

ROBT. W. BARNWELL.

 

1885

ROBERT WILSON.

 

1886

GEO. WALDO.

 

1888

W. H. CAMPBELL.

 

 1890

J. MERCIER GREEN.

JOHN KERSHAW.

  1. R. MITCHELL

J. G. GLASS.

  1. E. CORNISH.

 

1892

JOHN GRASS.

 

1897

THEO. A. PORTER.

 

1899

  1. C. GOODWIN.

JAS. G. GLASS.

W. B. GORDON.

O. T. PORCHER.

H. M. JARVIS.

 

1904

R. MAYNARD MARSHALL.

H. C. MAZYCK.

W. B. SAMS.

1905

ROBT. J. WALKER.

H. J. MIKELL.

 

1906

WM. WAY

S. C. BECKWITH.

JOHN KERSHAW, Jr.

 

1907

W. W. MEMMINGER.

J. B. CORNISH.

W. W. SHANNONHOUSE.

 

1908

W. ALEXANDER GUERRY.

  1. W. BOYD.
  2. H. H. LUMPKIN.

 

1909

PERCIVAL H. WHALEY.

T. H. HARDING.

WALTER MITCHELL.

P. TRAPIER PRENTISS.

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