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Eastern Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada fonds

microfilm

LM9 Grey-Bruce Counties (Evangelical Lutheran Churches)

Reel 1 1a St. Paul’s Lutheran Congregation, Normanby. Jubliee booklet commemorating

the 75th anniversary of the founding, Sept. 30, 1934

1b St. Paul’s Evangelical Lutheran Church, Normanby Township. Anniversary

booklet, "One hundred years of service", Sept. 25, 1859 - Sept. 25, 1959

2 St. Paul’s Church, Normanby Township. Constitution, 1885

3 First church register of St. Paul’s and Missions, 1861-1867. Includes entries for

St. James’, St. John’s, St. Peter’s, Brant, St. Peter’s, Sullivan, St. Matthew’s,

Hanover, and St. Paul’s, Normanby

4 St. Paul’s, Normanby. Register 2, 1867-1951. Includes baptisms, marriages,

deaths

5 St. Paul’s, Normanby and Missions and St. James. Marriage Register, 1862-

1914

6 St. Paul’s, Normanby. Marriage register, 1896-1910

7 St. Paul’s, Normanby. Marriage register, 1911-1926. Includes St. Jacob’s and

St. John’s

8 St. Paul’s, Normanby. Marriage register, 1926-1943

9 St. Paul’s, Normanby. Church Council and administrative notes, 1865-1890

10 St. James (Jacobus), Normanby Township. First church register, 1864-1891

(Prior to this register, entries are made in the first register of St. Paul’s)

Reel 2 11 St. James (Jacobus), Normanby Township. Register 2, 1872-1954. Includes

baptisms, communions, deaths

11a St. James’ Lutheran Church (Lauderbach). 125th anniversary booklet

12 St. Peter’s Evangelical Lutheran Church, Neustadt. 100th anniversary booklet,

1869-1969

13 St. Peter’s Church, Neustadt. Church register, 1869-1956

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Knox United Church (Clifford, Ont.) fonds

United Church of Canada/Victoria University Archives


Creator: Knox United Church (Clifford, Ont.)
Dates of material: 1868-1972
Physical Description: 30 cm of textual records
Repository: United Church of Canada/Victoria University Archives
Reference Number: F 1633

Scope and content

Fonds consists of the following series: Official Board minutes of Clifford Methodist Circuit (includes Clifford, Lakelet), 1903-1925; membership records, 1870-1873, minutes, 1870-1873, of Howick Congregational Church (now Gorrie); records of Clifford Presbyterian Church (includes Clifford Presbyterian Pastoral Charge [Clifford, McIntosh, Balaklava]); marriages of Clifford Methodist Church, 1896-1924; baptisms, 1906-1928, burials, 1912-1927, membership records, 1901- 1925, of Clifford Pastoral Charge (includes Clifford Methodist Circuit, Clifford, Lakelet); Sunday School of Salem United Church in Normanby Township, 1913-1934; minutes of Howick Sunday School (now Gorrie), 1956; records, including baptisms, 1872- 1972, of Knox United Church, Clifford (includes Balaklava, McIntosh, Knox Presbyterian Church, Clifford), 1872-1972; baptisms, 1873-1961, marriages, 1875-1904, burials, 1886- 1898, officials lists, 1873-1904, membership records, 1868-1962, of Normanby Evangelical United Brethren Charge (includes Normanby Evangelical Association Circuit, Normanby Township, Howick (now Gorrie, Alsfeldt, Ayton, Clifford).


Access Conditions

Use microfilm where available

Availability of other formats

Microfilm copy available on 1 microfilm reel (negative). Parts of the textual records are available on microfilm reel(s) LCM-3: positive and negative; 35mm. For a listing of these records, see the LCR Microfilm Shelf List. LCM reels are available through Inter-Library Loan.

Accruals

Further accruals are expected


Biographical sketch/Administrative History

Clifford United Church was established 1925, formerly Methodist and Presbyterian.


Access Points
Knox United Church (Clifford, Ont.)

For more information about these records, please contact the repository. Clicking on the repository field will link to an entry in the Directory of Archives in Ontario, where contact information for the specific repository can be obtained.

Archives in the Anglican Church of Canada

The Anglican Archives Network Directory is a listing of Canadian Anglican Archivists who acquire, preserve and provide appropriate access to diocesan archival records. Each Diocesean archives is responsible for retaining records created by the respective diocese and they also hold the historical parish records for each diocese which includes the parish birth, marriage and death records. Where noted some archival records are accessible at the local university or provincial archives. The Anglican General Synod Archives holds the records of the national office of the Anglican Church of Canada and they can assist in directing inquiries.

Anglican General Synod Archives

Ms Nancy Hurn
80 Hayden Street
Toronto, ON M4Y 3G2
416-924-9199 x279
416-968-7983 fx
nhurn@national.anglican.ca

Tuesday - Thursday 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. by appointment

 

Description of the

Knox Presbyterian Church (Normanby, Ont.) fonds

The Presbyterian Church in Canada


Creator: Knox Presbyterian Church (Normanby, Ont.)
Middle Station Presbyterian Church (Normanby, Ont.)
Dates of material: microfilmed 1987, 1998 (originally created 1897-1998)
Physical Description: 2 reels of microfilm
Repository: The Presbyterian Church in Canada
Reference Number: CONG-339

Scope and content

Fonds consists of registers, minutes and other records of Knox Presbyterian Church (Normanby, Ont.). Records consist of: Baptisms (1897-1996); Marriages (1940-1998); Burials (1981-1998); Session minutes (1978-1998); Communion Roll (1984-1994) and Congregational reports (1950-1997).


Biographical sketch/Administrative History

Knox Presbyterian Church (Normanby, Ont.) was formed in 1859. A stone church was built shortly after the arrival of the Rev. Patrick Greig, the first minister to be inducted into the three point charge of Hampden, East Normanby and Middle Station (later Knox, Normanby). In 1878, Presbytery separated the charges and Knox was united with Amos, Dromore. A new brick building was completed in 1884. Knox, Normanby chose to remain with The Presbyterian Church in Canada during Church Union in 1925. The union with Amos, Dromore lasted until 1958 when the charge was rearranged to include Knox, Holstein.


Access Points
Knox Presbyterian Church (Normanby, Ont.)
Middle Station Presbyterian Church (Normanby, Ont.)

For more information about these records, please contact the repository. Clicking on the repository field will link to an entry in the Directory of Archives in Ontario, where contact information for the specific repository can be obtained.

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