Collection 2017-35 - Reverend A. Newton Reid collection

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CA ON00156 2017-35

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Reverend A. Newton Reid collection

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  • 1931 (Creation)

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11 items

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(1894-1991)

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Reverend A. Newton Reid was born in Quebec in 1894. He had a B.A. degree from Queen's University as well as a Bachelor of Theology degree from Queen's. He also had a M. A. degree from Columbia University in New York City. Reid was the minister at St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church in Stirling, Ontario, in 1931. After Stirling, he served in Cookstown and Richmond, Ontario where he met Evyleen Stewart. After their marriage in July 1944, they served in Presbyterian Churches in Colborne, Avonton, Chesley and Holstein in southwest and western Ontario. Newton was a member of the Keystone Masonic Lodge of the Royal Arch Masons. He died in Brockville in 1991.

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Donated by Janet Reid, May 2017.

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Items collected by Reverend A. N. Reid, including:

  • six postcards of Stirling, Ontario views
  • annual report for St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Stirling
  • order of service for Easter Sunday, 5 April 1931, for St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Stirling
  • obituary from the Stirling News-Argus for James Ralph, 1931
  • two electricity bills from the Stirling Hydro Electric System, addressed to Reverend Reid, October and November 1931

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