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Saint James United Methodist Church (Hahnville, La.)



Saint James United Methodist Church (Hahnville, La.) traces its history to 1862 on the Fashion Plantation operated by Civil War general Richard Taylor. In 1875, the church relocated to Hahnville, Louisiana. The congregation constructed a church at 215 Pine Street. A hurricane destroyed the church building in 1965, and it was rebuilt at the same location. The church was discontinued in 2011.

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Saint James United Methodist Church (Hahnville, La.) records

Identifier: LACUMC-2012-031
Scope and Contents This collection documents the activities of Saint James United Methodist Church (Hahnville, La.). It includes membership records, administrative records, property records, committee records, and historical records.Membership records consist of church register books, certificates of baptism, Sunday school records, and member lists. The church registers include names of pastors, members, baptisms, marriages, and deaths.Administrative records include the congregation’s...
Dates: 1873 - 2014