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Dunham Methodist records 1844-1856

Dunham Methodist records 1844-1856

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 Dunham Methodist Church - Quebec
Transcription
 
of 
 
the
 
Baptisms,
 
marriages,
 
burials
 
1854
1856
 
and
 
1854
 
from
 
Quebec,
 
Non
Catholic
 
Parish
 
Registers,
 
1763
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Dunham
 
Methodist
 
Church
 
of 
 
Canada
 
Durham
 
Circuit
 
Thanks
 
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Christine,
 
Francine
 
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This building is a classic example of fieldstone construction in the typical simplicity of most Methodist chapels. Thefirst records of Methodism in Dunham area date from 1798. It is believed that the first Methodist minister to preach inthe village was The Rev. Hezekiah Calvin Wooster, an itinerant preacher, who, due to a heavy workload hadcontracted consumption, and was returning to his home in the U.S. when he passed through Dunham in 1798.The Rev. Lorenzo Dow was another of the first preachers, who was sent, in 1799, by a Methodist conference inMassachusetts to make a new circuit in the northwestern part of Vermont, which included the Dunham area. InDunham, his first services were in the barn owned by Mr. Gear near Chapel Corner.In 1806, the Dunham Methodist circuit officially came into being under care of the New York Conference of theMethodist Episcopal Church. During the War of 1812-14, Canadian Methodist Societies voted to loosen their ties withthe U.S. parent organization and instead receive Wesleyan ministers from Britain. One of these was the Rev. RichardPope, head of the Montreal circuit, who in 1818 announced the creation of the St. Armand circuit, which includedDunham, as separate from Montreal. In 1839, Dunham became a separate circuit from St. Armand.The deed for the land on which the present United Church is built was issued on May 23, 1846, and the owner wasSeneca Paige. The Rev. Matthew Lang was part of the trustees. The stonemason for the new church is believed tohave been Orange Ellis, who built many churches in the area.By 1850, there were 358 members on the Dunham Methodist circuit communities including: Dunham flat –39; Meigs’ Corner – 16; East Dunham – 34; Nelsonville – 13; Brome – 37; Abbott’s Corner –29; North Sutton –26; Sutton Flat –32; Hyatt’s Flat – 33; Stanbridge Village – 22; Pierceton – 12; Fordyce Corner – 11; Bowkerville – 17; StoneSettlement –10; Walbridge’s (Mystic) –27. Text from Canadian Methodist Historical Society
 
 
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Dunham Methodist 1844 and 1856 images 1-131District de TerrebonneDunham Circuit Methodist New Connexion Church 1854-18562(Les noms qui suivent sont ceux qui se trouvent dans le procès-verbal d'authentification de chacun des registres)1854 Methodist New Connexion Church Dunham Circuit1855 Registre manquant1856 Methodist New Connexion Church Dunham Circuit3District de TerrebonneDunham Circuit Methodist New Connexion Church 1854-18564District de TerrebonneDunham Circuit Methodist New Connexion Church 1854-1856Année1854Year5Folio firstThis book containing forty six folios or double pages presented by the Reverend Horatio Nelson *Kimball* , ministerof the Methodist New Connexion Church Dunham Circuit and District of Montreal to serve as a Register of the acts of baptisms burials and marriages to be performed by him or his successor in the said Circuit of Dunham for the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and fifty four and was on this day numbered and authenticated by the seal of theHonourable Charles *Mondelet* one of the justices of the Superior Court of Lower Canada in the Province of CanadaMontreal 24 * 1854.6Folio EleventhIndex of Marriages FolioOliver A. Benjamin SecondSmith Nelson ThirdGleason Willard FourthBoyington Larry Matthew SixthStone, Vezzazzano Eight*Wales* A. Robert NinthWestover, Marcellous TenthIndex of Burials FolioPatch Harriet FifthStone Ursula Seventh7Folio SecondMarriageBenjamin A. Oliver of the Township of Sutton, Bachelor, and Cordelia Stetson of the Township of Sutton, spinster,were married after the due publication of bans on the fifteenth day of February one thousand eight hundred and fiftyfourby me
 
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H.N. *Kimball*Benjamin A. OliverCordelia StetsonWitnesses: Martin V. Stetson, Sarah Oliver8Folio ThirdMarriageNelson Smith of the Township of Sutton, widower, and Thedotia Aitken of the Township of Dunham, spinster, weremarried after the due publication of bans on the second day of March one thousand eight hundred and fifty fourby meH.N. *Kimball*Nelson SmithThedotia AitkenWitnesses: Daniel B. *Marou*, Mary E. Aitken9Folio FourthMarriageWillard Gleason of the Township of Dunham, bachelor, and Sarah *Maria* Ingalls of the Township of Dunham,spinster, were married after the due publication of bans on the fourteenth day of June one thousand eight hundred andfifty fourby meH.N. *Kimball*Willard GleasonSarah M. IngallsWitnesses: Aylmer Gleason, Emily Ingalls10Folio fifthBuriedHarriet Patch of the Township of Brome aged thirty eight years departed this life July the eleventh and was buried thethirteenth one thousand eight hundred and fifty fourby meH.N. *Kimball*Witnesses: *Banson Palot*, Ezra Willson11Folio sixthMarriageMatthew Lang Boyington of the parish of Napierville, bachelor, and Louisa Whitcomb of the Township of Dunham,spinster, were married after the due publication of bans on the twenty fourth day of July one thousand eight hundredand fifty fourby meH.N. *Kimball*M.L. Boyington, Louisa WhitcombWitnesses: Ruth E. Ingalls, Edmund Ingalls12Folio seventhBurialUrsula Stone of the Township of Sutton aged thirty two years departed this life July the twenty-fifth one thousandeight hundred and fifty four and was interred the twenty-seventh

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