File 2018-047 - Papers relating to John Street United Church

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CA ON00156 2018-047


Papers relating to John Street United Church


  • 1937 (Creation)

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The John Street United Church (originally John Street Presbyterian Church) in Belleville, Ontario, was dedicated on 11 January 1852 and destroyed by fire on 31 October 1936. In February 1937 the congregation voted to disband.
The pastors of the church are listed in W. C. Mikel's 'City of Belleville History' as follows:
1847-1857 Rev. William Gregg
1857-1859 Rev. William F. White
1859-1870 Rev. William McLaren
1870-1879 Rev. John Burton
1880-1886 Rev. David Mitchell
1886-1891 Rev. J. Henry George
1891-1895 Rev. J. L. George
1895-1902 Rev. T. J. Thompson
1902-1913 Rev. A H. Drumm
1913-1917 Rev. E. C. Currie
1917-1928 Rev. D. C. Ramsay
1928-1937 Rev. Robert Hall

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Received from Carol Proctor, May 2018.

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George Wishart's file of minutes and correspondence relating to the winding up of the congregation of the John Street United Church in Belleville after it was destroyed by fire on 31 October 1936.

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