Fonds F1210 - Burgessville Pastoral Charge (Ont.) fonds

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Burgessville Pastoral Charge (Ont.) fonds

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CA ON00340 F1210

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  • 1853-2010 (Creation)
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    Burgessville Pastoral Charge (Ont.)
  • 1996-1997 (Reproduction)
    Reproducer
    United Church of Canada Archives
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    Microfilmed

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62 cm of textual records

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(1925)

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Burgessville Pastoral Charge was established in 1925; formerly a Methodist Circuit. It included Burgessville, Zenda, Newark, and New Durham (ca. 1946). Zenda left the charge ca. 1946 and joined Salford Pastoral Charge.

Newark United Church was established 1925; formerly Methodist, it was part of the Burgessville Pastoral ChargeNewark Methodist Church was established 1872; it joined the United Church of Canada in 1925

New Durham United Church was established in 1925; formerly Methodist, it was part of the Burgessville Pastoral ChargeNew Durham Methodist Church joined the United Church of Canada in 1925

Burgessville United Church was established in 1925; formerly Methodist. Burgessville Methodist Church was established 1885; it joined the United Church of Canada in 1925

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This material forms part of the Ontario Regional Councils program of the United Church of Canada Archive.

Scope and content

Fonds consists of records of New Durham Methodist Church (includes New Durham Wesleyan Methodist Church), 1853-1915; Board of Trustees minutes of Newark Methodist Church, 1872-1912; Woman's Missionary Society minutes of Burgessville Methodist Church, 1904-1912; records, including baptism/marriage/burial records, 1907-1933, 1943-1978, of Burgessville Pastoral Charge (includes New Durham, Newark, Burgessville Methodist Circuit), including baptism/marriage/burial records, 1907-2010; records of Burgessville United church (includes Burgessville Methodist Church), 1907-1984; Board of Trustees and Congegational minutes of Newark United Church (includes Newark Methodist Church), 1912-1941; and records of New Durham United Church (includes New Durham Methodist Church), 1914-1974.

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  • English

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Parts of the textual records are available on microfilm reel(s) LCM-125: positive and negative; 35mm. For a listing of these records, see the LCR Microfilm Shelf List. LCM reels are available through Inter-Library Loan.

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Use microfilm where available.

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London Conference - finding aid 291

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1977.005L

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1993.017L

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1994.035L

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2010.041L

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