Espiscopal Church Mission

  • Denomination: Protestant Episcopal Church
  • Pastor: A. Devett
  • Race/Ethnicity: White
  • County: Orange
  • City: Orlando
  • Established: 1889

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Espiscopal Church Mission

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Sheet 1 of 2 sheets

WPA Form 20 HR FLORIDA Revision
Worker’s Full Name: William Marinus Bouterse
Date: March 16, 1940
Remarks: 1482-X

[added note] No records [end note]


Fill in each item, or state in items for which information is not available, sources contacted in attempting to secure information.

1. County: Orange

2. City or town: Orlando

3. Exact name of church: Episcopal Church Mission (Conway) (Defunct)

4. Street address, R.F.D. route, Highway Number and No. of miles N.S.E., or W. of nearest town:

R.F.D. #1, on State Highway 29, 6 miles southeast of Orlando, Fla.

5. Race of membership: White

6. Language of services: English

7. Denomination (full title): Protestant Episcopal Church

8. Names and locations of denominational bodies with which church is connected (national, state, district, etc. – in descending order of importance):

National: Council of the Protestant Episcopal Church, United States of America, 28, 4th Ave., New York, N.Y.
State: Diocese of Fla., Jacksonville, Fla.
District: Diocese of South Fla., 130 Main Street, Orlando, Fla.

9. Date church organized: 1889

10. Dates of lapse, or date of defunct: About 1905

11. Is church incorporated?: No

12. If so, give date of incorporation: None

13. Original name of church (if name has changed) and date of change: None

14. Name of local parent church (if any) from which organized of split: None

15. Information on all previous buildings used for services, since organization, specifying location and dates used:

1889-1905 in church built on State Highway 29, 6 miles northeast of Orlando, Fla., when it went defunct.