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Rev. George Strebeck

Rev. George Strebeck Born abt. 1772/Baltimore, MD – Died abt. 1832/Perquimans Co., NC

By Trip Wiggins Rev. George Strebeck Born abt. 1772/Baltimore, MD – Died abt. 1832/Perquimans Co., NC m. 24 Oct 1793/NYC to Jerusha Mott of NYC (abt 1772/NYC – abt 1811/NYC) They had at least 6 children (1810 census). m. 20 Oct 1812/Fredericksburg, VA to Sydney Susannah Graham of Fredericksburg, VA by. Rev. Woodville At St. […]

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Rev. James Marye, Sr. 7 June 1692/Parish of Bertreville, Saint Ouen, France – abt. Jan 1768/Spotsylvania County, Va.

By Trip Wiggins Rev. James Marye, Sr. 7 June 1692/Parish of Bertreville, Saint Ouen, France – abt. Jan 1768/Spotsylvania County, Va. Fourth St. George’s Rector At St George’s: Oct. 1735 – abt. Jan 1768*

Big Red Doors

Rev. Rodham Kenner 28 Sep 1707/Northumberland Co., VA – 1734/1735

By Trip Wiggins Rev. Rodham Kenner 28 Sep 1707/Northumberland Co., VA – 1734/1735 Second St. George’s Rector At St George’s: Mar 1729 – Oct 1730 (continued as “supply” or temporary until 1733)

Getting Started in St. George's History - 6 essential resources

Selections from several categories of our history.

5. Rev. Edward McGuire

McGuire served all 3 churches over the course of 45 years. He is probably the most influential of all our rectors in all phases of ministry from preaching, teaching, and outreach. Trip Wiggins, our archivist, wrote this for a Sunday school class and has been teaching classes for years

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6. Tom Faulkner confronts the Vestry on race

Faulkner served St. George's for 30 years from 1946-1976. During these years racial policies were paramount, especially 1954, in the year of Brown vs. Board of Education, Faulkner was challenged by the Vestry on the role of Blacks in our service. He was able to move St. George's toward racial justice that other rectors would further

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