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Sketch of the formation of the Congregational church at Sherbrooke and Lennoxville

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Published by s.n.] in [Sherbrooke, Québec? .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Congregationalism.,
  • Congrégationalisme.,
  • Sherbrooke (Quebec) -- Church history.,
  • Lennoxville (Quebec) -- Church history.,
  • Sherbrooke (Québec) -- Histoire religieuse.,
  • Lennoxville (Québec) -- Histoire religieuse.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementprepared by J.G. Robertson.
    SeriesCIHM/ICMH Microfiche series = CIHM/ICMH collection de microfiches -- no. 12755, CIHM/ICMH microfiche series -- no. 12755
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 microfiche (9 fr.).
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23627713M
    ISBN 100665127553

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Sketch of the formation of the Congregational church at Sherbrooke and Lennoxville Download PDF EPUB FB2

Sketch of the formation of the Congregational church at Sherbrooke and Lennoxville, prepared by J.G. Robertson. (Positive copy), Toronto Public Library. Genre/Form: Church history: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Robertson, J.G. (Joseph Gibb), Sketch of the formation of the Congregational church at Sherbrooke and Lennoxville.

This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Sketch of the formation of the Congregational church at Sherbrooke and Lennoxville [Sherbrooke, Québec?: s.n.], (Sherbrooke, Québec: W.A. Morehouse).

Sketch of the formation of the Congregational church at Sherbrooke and Lennoxville [electronic resource] / By J. (Joseph Gibb) Robertson. Abstract. Cover n title: Memorandum of Congregational church of Sherbrooke and onic of.

Sketch of the formation of the Congregational church at Sherbrooke and Lennoxville [electronic resource] / ([Sherbrooke, Québec?: s.n.], ), by J.

Robertson (page images at HathiTrust) Pourquoi je me suis fait congréganiste. [ressource électronique] / (Montréal: C.O. Beauchemin, ), by É. Hamon (page images at HathiTrust). Robertson, Sketch of the formation of the Congregational Church at Sherbrooke and Lennoxville (Sherbrooke, Que., ), 4–6.

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Featured software All software latest This Just In Old School Emulation MS-DOS Games Historical Software Classic PC Games Software Library. Sherbrooke Gazette and Eastern Townships Advertiser (Sherbrooke), 17 Dec. ; 14, 21 Jan. Robertson, Sketch of the formation of the Congregational church at Sherbrooke and Lennoxville (Sherbrooke, ).

[C.]. He was the author of Sketch of the formation of the Congregational church at Sherbrooke and Lennoxville (Sherbrooke, ) and other writings. [66] He m. 19 JulyMary J. Woodward, b.

(aged 35 in ) in the province of Qébec, eldest daughter of A.G. Woodward, of Sherbrooke, and had by her four sons and two daughters, the names of the younger of whom are not known to us. [67]. Robertson is the author of Sketch of the formation of the Congregational church at Sherbrooke and Lennoxville (Sherbrooke, ).

AC, Saint-François (Sherbrooke), État civil, Congrégationalistes, Congregational Church (Sherbrooke and Lennoxville), 16 March Robertson, J. (Joseph Gibb), Sketch of the formation of the Congregational church at Sherbrooke and Lennoxville [electronic resource] / ([Sherbrooke, Québec?:.

The Sherbrooke Daily Record of 16 January states: He held services regularly in Sherbrooke and Lennoxville, and also conducted a bible class on Sunday evenings. The church commenced its first services in a schoolhouse on the site now occupied by the Quebec Central Railway offices. Sherbrooke\Lennoxville sketch, and press clippings.

The fonds also includes a register of baptisms, marriages and burials for the Hatley and Melbourne Methodist Circuit from to and the St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church (Windsor) from toas well as included some documents pertaining to the Melbourne Congregational Church. Available in the National Library of Australia collection.

Format: Book, Microform, Online; 21 p. Ascot Corner - Baptist Missionaries – Sherbrooke - A town first established about and located within Ascot township, east of the cities of Sherbrooke and Lennoxville on the border with Compton county - In a Baptist mission opened - About a Baptist church was opened -File Size: KB.

Shortly beforeseveral Methodist families came from Ireland to the Sherbrooke-Lennoxville area. Without a church, they began to hold class-meetings in their homes. Later, they met for worship in a school house at the foot of Haskell Hill Road.

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Jubilee Memoir of the Church Society of the Diocese of Quebec, Quebec: Printed at the “Morning Chronicle” Office, Quebec: Printed at the “Morning Chronicle” Office. The Society has been active in one form or another since the Reverend Arthur J.

Lovelace, Pastor of Lennoxville United Church, and Bishop Timothy J. Matthews, then Rector of St. George's Anglican Church began encouraging the formation of a local historical society in The society was established in and its current name was adopted in.A church was built on Factory Street in (Now Frontenac Street, site of the former St.

Andrew's Presbyterian Church). The Sherbrooke Congregational Church moved to their second church building, at the present site, Dufferin.The mysticall vvolfe. Set forth in a sermon preached in the Church of Edmond the King, in Lombard-street.

/ By E.P. (London: Printed by Marie Okes, and are to be sold by Robert Trot, at his shop under the Church of Edmond the King, ), by Ephraim Pagitt (HTML at EEBO TCP) Filed under: Dissenters, Religious -- Great Britain -- Sermons.