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About this Database
The Alabama Episcopal Church Registers database lists confirmations, baptisms, marriages and burials for more than 14,000 people in sixteen Alabama parishes for the period of the 1830s to the 1970s. The parishes are:
All Saints (Birmingham, Jefferson County)
Cathedral Church of the Advent (Birmingham, Jefferson County)
Christ Church (Avondale in Birmingham, Jefferson County)
Church of the Good Shepherd (Birmingham, Jefferson County)
Faunsdale Chapel (Faunsdale, Marengo County)
Grace Church (Oakdale in Mobile, Mobile County)
St. Andrew's (Macon, Hale County)
St. Andrew's (Oak Grove, Mobile County)
St. James (Perdue Hill, Monroe County)
St. John's (Elyton in Birmingham, Jefferson County)
St. Luke's (Cahaba, Dallas County)
St. Luke's in the Pines (Mobile County)
St. Mark's (Barnwell, Baldwin County)
St. Mark's (Oakman, Walker County)
St. Michael's (Faunsdale, Marengo County)
Trinity (West End in Birmingham, Jefferson County)
These original parish registers are preserved in the Archives of the Birmingham Public Library as part of the records of the Episcopal Diocese of Alabama. This database includes all information found in the registers. The registers are available to the public, but because of their age and fragility, it is not possible to make copies of pages from the registers.
For defunct parishes, entries for all available years have been included in the database. For active parishes, entries are included up to 1950.
More than 200 of the people listed in the database were slaves. To see a list of all enslaved persons click on Limit to Slaves and then Submit.
Records for additional parishes will be added to this database as time and staffing permits. If you would like to submit records for this project, would like to have your personal record removed from the database, or if you have questions about the project or the Episcopal archives, please contact Jim Baggett at 205-226-3631 or jbaggett@bham.lib.al.us.
Database Coverage (as of Aug 21, 2014)
Years Indexed: 1837 - 1972
(Some records are not dated)