Littleton Episcopal Churches

Saint Paul’s Episcopal Church, 1871-1919 and Saint Timothy’s Episcopal Church, 1951-1983. An indexed every-name abstract of original records: baptisms, confirmations, marriages, deaths, baptized persons and communicant rolls. Includes histories of the congregations. 1996 Columbine Church Record Preservation Project Publication, Doris Farmer Hulse, project director. Published by Columbine Genealogical & Historical Society, Inc., Littleton, Colorado, 1996. 430 pages. OCLC 35289029

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The Saint Paul’s & Saint Timothy’s Episcopal Parishes book was published in 1995 as part of the Early Churches of Littleton, Colorado, project that included three other churches, First Presbyterian Church of Littleton, Littleton United Methodist Church and St. Mary’s Catholic Church of Littleton.  These indexes have been reproduced and made available on this website.

The books are housed in the Saint Timothy’s Episcopal Church and have also been purchased by a number of libraries, including the following. Check WorldCat for other repositories holding this publication.

  • Flagstaff Public Library, Flagstaff, Arizona
  • Fresno County Public Library/Fresno Genealogical Society Library, Fresno, California
  • Boulder Genealogical Society Library, Boulder, Colorado
  • Douglas Public Library District/Philip S. Miller Library, Castle Rock, Colorado
  • Penrose Library/Pikes Peak Library District, Colorado Springs, Colorado
  • Family History Library, Colorado Springs, Colorado
  • Colorado Episcopal Diocesan Center Library, Denver, Colorado
  • Colorado Historical Society/Hart Library, Denver, Colorado
  • Denver Public Library, Denver, Colorado
  • Iliff School of Theology Library, Denver, Colorado
  • Jefferson County Libraries/Lakewood Public Library, Lakewood, Colorado [book may have moved]
  • Saint Timothy’s Episcopal Church Library, Littleton, Colorado
  • Edwin A Bemis Public Library, Littleton, Colorado
  • Littleton Historical Museum Library, Littleton, Colorado
  • Pueblo Library District/McClelland Public Library, Pueblo, Colorado
  • Library of Congress, Washington, District of Columbia
  • National Society, Daughters of the American Revolution Library, Washington, DC
  • Allen County Public Library, Fort Wayne, Indiana
  • Albuquerque/Bernalillo Public Library, Albuquerque, New Mexico
  • Dallas Public Library, Dallas, Texas
  • Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah
  • Wisconsin State Historical Society Library, Madison, Wisconsin

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