Parishes of the anglican church throughout the colonial period the small population and its limited legal needs kept most government records keeping and judicial activity confined to the municipal limits of charleston. The history of the colonial period of south carolina focuses on the english colonization that created one of the original thirteen colonies the state legislature disestablished the anglican church s max plantation enterprise in colonial south carolina 2007 hewat . The episcopal diocese of south carolina was established in 1785 as one of the nine original dioceses of the episcopal church in the united states morgan jones of the church of england was chaplain and presided over the first anglican services in south carolina the colony was unsuccessful and later abandoned. The diocese of south carolina has just under 23000 baptized members spread across the eastern and coastal portion of the state the diocese was founded in 1785 by the parishes of the former south carolina colony. The diocese of south carolina was founded in 1785 by the former church of england parishes of the former south carolina colony the diocese is one of the oldest religious districts in the united states and counts among its members several of the oldest operating churches in the nation
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