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DACK, John was born in 1821 in England, 1871 Albemarle (Bruce Co.)

DALY, Rev. Dr. 1906 High River Alberta

DANARD, William was born in 1836 in Ontario, New Connexion, was received on trial in 1862 at Arthur, 1861 Theological Institute Yorkville/Hamilton, 1863 St. Mary's, 1864 Caledon, 1865 Ainleyville, 1866-1868 Trafalgar, 1869-1871 Holland/Sullivan (Grey Co.), 1872-1875 Arran,

DANIEL, Henry 1860 Charlottetown PEI, 1870 St. John N.B. (retired)

DANIEL, L. 1906 Kay Street Halifax N.S.

DANIEL, R.A. 1870 Tryon PEI

DANIELS, William Scott D.D. was born in 1872 and died in 1965, entered the ministry as a member of Bethesda Church, Ancaster. His daughter Elda was a missionary in Korea,

DARK, James was born in 1837 in Ontario, Episcopal, 1871 Goderich (Huron Co.)

DARLINGTON, Robert was received on trial in 1841, 1840 Whitby, 1841-1842 Nelson, 1843-1844 Peterborough, 1845-1846 Colbourne, 1846 Murray/Cramahe (Newcastle), 1847 Markham, 1848 supernumerary relation at the Belleville Conference, 1856-1869 Whitby (retired)

DAVEY, Robert was born in 1844 in England and was received on trial in 1868, 1869 Stirling (Hastings Co.), 1871 Binbrook/Ancaster (Wentworth), 1872 Morris (Huron Co.), 1900-1904 Waterford (Brant Co.)

DAVIDSON, John C. was born in Ireland and his son was born on Nov 27, 1833 in Belleville. He was received on trial in 1827 Methodist Episcopal, 1827 Hallowell, 1828 Kingston, 1829 Brockville, 1830-1831 Ordained in Bytown, 1832 Cobourg, 1833 joined Wesleyan Conference, 1835-1837 Toronto (Upper George St.), 1854 left to join the Episcopalian Church, The Wesleyan Church of Canada - Rev. J.C. Davidson, Wesleyan Methodist Minister of the U.C. Conference, will preach on Nov. 1, 1840, in the Union Church. Kingston Chronicle and Gazette Oct. 31, 1840 p. 3, col. 3; The conference decided that Egerton Ryerson would be one of the preachers for Kingston, that Rev. J.C. Davidson is to go to Toronto and that Mr. Evans is to be editor of the Christian Guardian. British Whig (Kingston) June 26, 1835 p. 1, col. 3

DAVIDSON, R. John was born in 1799 in England, 1839 Binbrook, 1871 Toronto

DAVIDSON, S. 1910-1913 Florence

DAVIDSON, Thomas Primitive 1857 Galt/Dumfries Twp

DAVIE, M. Episcopal, 1851 Augusta/Spencerville,

DAVIES, John was received on trial in 1856, 1855-1856 Hatley, 1847-1858 Farnham, 1859-1860 St. Armand, 1861-1862 Georgeville, 1863-1865 Granby, 1866-1867 Freighburgh,

DAVIES, Thomas H. 1870 Bridgetown N.S. (retired)

DAVIS, Alpheus was born in 1793 and died on October 8, 1820. He was received on trial in 1816 Methodist Episcopal, 1815 Cayuga N.Y., 1816 Northumberland, 1817 Ordained Clarence, 1818 Ancaster, 1819-1820 Herkimer N.Y.

DAVIS, George H. was born in 1819 in England and was received on trial in 1841, daughter was born on June 8, 1849 at Toronto, 1844-1846 ordained at Montreal, 1847 Kingston, 1848-1849 Queen Street West Toronto, 1850-1851 St. John's, 1852-1853 Huntingdon, 1854-1855 Cobourg, 1856-1857 Brockville, 1858-1860 St. John's/Chambly, 1861 Three Rivers, 1862 Hamilton, 1863-1865 Barrie Chairman od District, 1866-1867 Quebec Chairmna of District, 1868-1870 Barrie, 1868-1871 Peterborough (Chairman of District), December 17, 1871 he officiated at the opening of a new church building in Lindsay

DAVIS, Herman was received on trial in 1833 at Stirling Rawdon Twp. (Hastings Co.), 1834 Cobourg, 1835 Murray (Hastings Co.), 1843 Lindsay

DAVIS, J. Hiram 1906 Glenville/River Philip

DAVIS, John New Connexion, was received on trial in 1869 at Lansdown,

DAVIS, John T. was born in 1835 in England and was received on trial as a Methodist Episcopal minister in 1854, 1868 Sutton, 1871 Mosa Tp. (Midland), 1880 Aylmer C.W., 1894 British Methodist Episcopal Church on Essex St., Guelph (Wellington Co.)

DAVIS, Peter W. New Connexion, was received on trial in 1872-1873 at Oxford, 1874 Clarke,

DAVIS, Thomas Episcopal, 1851 Ekfrid/London,

DAVISON, John Primitive Methodist, Editor of "Evangelist" on King St in 1851 in Hamilton, church on Hughson St., 1851 General Superintendent Hamilton District, 1854-1855 Paisley Street - Guelph (Wellington Co.), 1866 Toronto Mission Bookroom and editor Christian Journal at 35 King St. E., and was living on Yonge St. at College Ave.

DAWS, T. Episcopal, 1851 Thames,

DAWSON, Abraham was born in 1807 in Ireland Episcopal, 1871 Kingston

DAWSON, Abram was born in 1818 in Ireland, Episcopal, 1871 Wilberforce Tp. (Renfrew)

DAWSON, Alfred 1860's Adelaide Tp.

DAWSON, J.L. M.A. was born in PEI and was ordained in 1878,

DAWSON, Thomas 1801-1804 PEI local preacher

DAY, George F. 1870 Advocate Harbour N.B.

DAYMAN, Abraham was orn in 1818 and died on April 13, 1863. He was received on trial in 1844 at Asphodel, 1845 Lindsay, 1845 Brock, 1846 Consecon, 1847 Colborne, 1848 Sheffield/Camden East, 1849-1851 Marmora/Madoc/Stirling Rawdon Twp. (Hastings Co.), 1852-1853 Thurlow/Shannonville, 1854-1855 Wilton (Kingston), 1855 Camden East, 1855-1856 Ernestown, 1856-1857 Elgin, 1858-1860 Morpeth, 1861 Holland Landing, 1862 Whitby

DEABRISAY, Albert S. 1870 Middle Musquodoboit N.S.

DEACON Charles 1896-1900 Waterford (Brant Co.), 1912 Fergus (Wellington Co.)

DEACON, Joseph was received on trial in 1969, 1869 Angus, 1872 Greenwood/Brougham, 1876 Elma (Perth Co.), 1878-1879 Cumnock Nichol Twp. (Wellington Co.)

DEAN, Horace was born in 1798 and died on November 4, 1866. He was received on trial in 1831 Methodist Episcopal, 1830 London, 1831 Westminster, 1832 Thames, 1833 joined Weslyan Conference, 1835 received into full connexion at Conference in Hamilton, 1833-1834 Gosfield, 1835-1836 ordained at Newmarket, 1837-1838 Whitby, 1839-1840 Lindsay/Brock, 1841 Toronto Circuit, 1842-1843 Snake Island, 1844 Garafraxa/Eramosa (Wellington Co.), 1845 Barrie, 1846-1849 Rama, 1850-1851 Beausoliel/French River (Barrie), 1852-1854 Rama (Simcoe Co.), 1855-1857 Yonge St., 1857-1859 Nichol (Wellington Co.), 1866 Thornhill (York Co.) (retired)

DEAN, S. Wesley D.D. spoke at Norfolk Street Methodist Church, Guelph (Wellington Co.), on Sunday November 12, 1938

DEAPER, James was born in 1831 in Ontario, Episcopal, 1871 Saltfleet (Wentworth)

DEINSTADT, Thomas J. 1870 Exmouth Street St. John N.B., 1874-1877 Moncton

DELLER, Howard 1924 Southampton Ontario his son Wallace was born in 1921 and died in 1924 in Southampton

DELONG, Albert Morice New Connexion, was received on trial in 1872-1873 at Dunham, 1874 Bolton

DELONG, Francis New Connexion, was received on trial in 1871 at Brock, 1872 Bolton, 1873 Lansdown, 1874 East Dunham,

DEMICK, M. 1871 Rockwood Eramosa (Wellington Co.)

DEMILL, Alford Byron was born in 1832 in Ontario, New Connexion, was received on trial in 1862-1863 at Lake Erie Mission, 1864-1866 Dunnville, 1867-1869 Cannington (Ontario Co.), 1870-1874 Brock (Ontario Co.)

DEMOREST, Thomas was received on trial in 1819 Methodist Episcopal, 1819 St. Lawrence, 1820 Yonge St., 1821 Thames, 1822 Ordained at Lyon's Creek, 1823 Grand River, 1824-1825 Niagara, 1826 Dumfries, 1827 located, 1833 joined Wesleyan Conference, 1833-1834 Hallowell (Prince Edward Co.), 1842 Oswegotchie District, 1843 Brockville, 1844 Cavan (Newcastle), 1845 Smith Twp (Colbourne), 1845-1846 Thorold (Niagara), 1852 Oxford, 1853 Zorra Tp. (Oxford Co.), 1856 Reach Tp., 1858 Peel (Wellington Co.), 1858 Cavan (Durham), 1858 Marysburgh (Prince Edward Co.), 1864 Richmond, 1868 Stirling (Hastings Co.)(retired)

DEMPSEY, Andrew F. New Connexion, was received on trial in 1857 at Crosby, 1858 Milford, 1859 Drummond, 1860 Smith's Falls, 1861 Cayuga, 1862 Smith's Falls, 1863-1864 Brock, 1865 Southampton, 1866-1867 Ainleyville, 1868-1869 Pelham, 1870 withdrew

DEMPSTER, John D.D. was born in 1793 and died on November 28, 1863. He was received in 1816 Methodist Episcopal, 1815 Genesee Conference, 1816 St. Lawrence, 1817 returned to the USA

DENIKE, Robert was born in 1841 in Ontario, Episcopal, 1871 Darlington (Durham)

DENNETT, Joseph was received on trial in 1810 Methodist Episcopal, 1810 Barnhard USA, 1811 Stanstead, 1812 returned to the USA, 1814 located

DENNIS, A.C. was born in PEI and was ordained in 1887,

DENSLOW, Melville 1847 Queen's Bush/Peel (Wellington Co.)

DENSMORE, George Washington was received on trial in 1809 Methodist Episcopal, 1809 Cayuga USA, 1810 Ontario USA, 1811 Ordained Long Point, 1812 Detroit,

DENT, John New Connexion, was born in 1821 and died on March 3, 1857. He was received on trial in 1855 at Yorkville, 1856 Welland Canal

DENYES, George F., was born in 1884 and died 1964. He married Olive Mabel Holiday who was born in 1882 and buried in Zion Hill Cemetery, Thurlow Twp. (Hastings Co.)

DEPEW, Sydney F. New Connexion, was received on trial in 1862 at Artemesia/Osprey, 1863 Paisley, 1864-1865 Penville, 1866 Laxton, 1867-1870 Harriston (Wellington Co.), 1870-1871 Mount Forest (Wellington Co.), 1872-1875 Walkerton

DEPUTRON, John was born in 1768 and died on September 21, 1839. He was received on trial in 1815, 1815-1816 Quebec, 1817 William Henry, 1818 Kingston, 1819-1820 Melbourne, 1821 French Mission, 1822 Bentonville, 1823 Odeltown, 1824 St. Armand, 1825 returned to England,

DERRICK, Thomas died on March 30, 1880, in Sacramento, California USA Canadian Methodist minister. He was received on trial in 1863, 1857-1860 Danville C.E., 1861 Actonvale C.E., 1862-1863 Leslieville C.W., 1864-1865 Montreal East, 1866 Kingston, 1867 Hamilton, 1868 Cariboo,

DESBRISAY, Albert was born in PEI and was ordained in 1822 and was settled on the newly established Petitcodiac Circuit in New Brunswick. DesBrisay later became the first Governor and Chaplain of Mount Allison Academy.

DEVERELL, William was received on trial in 1835 at Peterborough, 1836 Murray, 1837 Bay of Quinte, 1838 dropped

DEVITT, Thomas

Rev. Edward Hartley Dewart DEWART, Edward Hartley D.D. was born on March 30, 1828 in Cavan, Ireland and was received on trial in 1851. In 1834 he came to Canada and settled in to Peterborough Co. with his family and in 1856 was married to Miss Matilda Hunt of Hamilton (Wentworth Co.) who was born February 2, 1831. He was influenced in joining the ministry by Rev. William Young of Norwood, 1851 Wallaceburg, 1852 on trial, 1852-1853 St. Thomas, 1853-1854 Port Hope, 1854-1855 Thorold, 1855 ordained in June in London, 1855 Dundas, 1856-1857 Superintendent St. Andrews (Ottawa), 1858-1859 Odeltown, 1860 Montreal West, 1861-1863 St John's, 1864 Collingwood, 1865-1870 Elm Street Church Toronto, 1869-1880 Editor of the Christian Guardian, 1870-1871 Ingersoll, 1871 St. James (Toronto), 1879 Toronto, 1884 Trent Bridge Asphodel Twp., 1886 Toronto 1901 living Toronto East

DeWOLFE, Charles D.D. AM was received on trial in 1838, 1837 Nova Scotia, 1838-1839 Charlottetown PEI, 1840-1842 Halifax, 1843-1844 Horton/Cornwallis N.S., 1845-1846 Windsor N.S., 1847 Charlottetown PEI, 1848-1850 Montreal, 1851 Quebec, 1852-1855 Three Rivers, 1855 returned to Nova Scotia, 1870 Shelburne N.S. (retired)

DEWEY, G.W. Episcopal 1885 Whitchurch, 1887 East Ward Lindsay,

DEXTOR, Ranson Episcopal, 1845 Malahide/London,

DICKEY, Albert D.D. 1873-1874 Merlin (London), 1925 Georgetown spoke at Norfolk Street Methodist Church, Guelph (Wellington Co.) Sunday May 3, 1925

DICKIE, Nathaniel was born in 1842 in Ireland, Episcopal, 1871 Raleigh (Kent Co.), 1880 Springfield/London,

DICKINSON, C.H. 1938 Book Steward of the United Church of Canada, spoke at Norfolk Street Methodist Church, Guelph (Wellington Co.) on Sunday, December 4, 1938

DICKSON, J.F.F. was received on trial in 1851 at Montreal, 1852 ordained at Montreal/Wesleyville, 1853 Kingston, 1854 Hamilton, 1855-1856 Niagara, 1857-1859 Drummondville, 1860-1862 Whitby, 1863 Whitby/Oshawa, 1864-1866 St. John's, 1867 Cornwall, 1868 Bowmanville,

DIGHTON, F. Episcopal, 1857 Binbrook,

DIGNAM, William was born in 1808 and died on July 27, 1864. He was received on trial in 1840 at Buckingham. His daughter was born on April 9, 1850 in Stratford, 1841 St. Andrews (Ottawa), 1842 Clarendon, 1843-1844 ordained at Warwick Twp., 1844 Carradoc, 1845 Tilbury, 1846 Nissouri London Circuit, 1847-1848 Stratford/Peel (Wellington Co.), 1849 Sydenham, 1850 Woolwich, 1851-1852 Mono, 1853 Maryborough (Wellington Co.), 1853-1854 Gosfield (Chatham), 1855-1857 Morpeth, 1858 Arthur (Wellington Co.), 1859-1860 Devonshire/McGillivray, 1861 Belmont, 1862-1863 Wyoming, 1864 London South,

DIMMICK, M. 1880 London Circuit,

DIMOND, Richard New Connexion, 1835 Lansdown, 1836Hope, 1837 Cobourg/Peterborough,

DINGMAN, Garrett J. was born in 1827 in Ontario and was received on trial at the Belleville Conference in 1854, 1853-1854 Lindsay, 1855 Wilton/Loughboro, 1856 ordained at St. Vincent, 1857-1859 Elgin, 1860 Shannonville, 1861-1862 Long Island Locks, 1863-1864 North Wakefield, 1865-1866 New Glasbow, 1867 Demorestville, 1868 Bridgewater, 1871 Elzevir (Hastings Co.), 1880 Greenwood/Brougham,

DISNEY, Richard R., Right Rev., was born in 1827 in the United States, Episcopal, 1871 Toronto, 1886 Chatham

DIXON, James M.A. was received on trial in 1857, 1851 Montreal, 1854-1855 Woodstock, 1856-1857 Brampton, 1858 London, 1859 returned to the USA

DIXON, Soford F. Christian Guardian - Deaths - Victoria Gould Dixon died May 20, 1925 at her homestead near Colburne ON wife of S.E. Dixon and mother of Rev. Soford F. Dixon and Mr. J.C. Dixon of Warksworth ON

DIXON, Trueman was received on trial in 1818 Methodist Episcopal, 1818-1819 Detroit, 1820 Montreal and Ottawa, 1821 returned to USA, 1825 located

DIXON, William was received on trial in 1843 at Woodstock, 1844 dropped

DOAN, A. 1905-1907 Florence

Rev. Charles J. Dobson DOBSON, Charles J. B.D. was born on September 19, 1852 in Reach, Ontario Co. and was received on trial in 1873 and was ordained in 1877. He was married on June 30, 1877 to Jennie H., daughter of David Hopper of Victoria Square. 1877 Selkirk, 1880 Haldimand Co., 1883 Albion West, 1886 Prince Albert, 1889 Claremont, 1891 Peoples Church Toronto,

DOBSON, Hugh spoke at Norfolk St. Methodist Church, Guelph (Wellington Co.) October 1922

DOBSON, William was born in PEI and was ordained in 1870, 1870 Guysboro/Canso N.S.

DOCHSTADER, John W. was born in 1832 in Ontario, New Connexion, was received on trial in 1863 at Lansdown, 1864 Middleton, 1865 Manvers, 1866 Goderich, 1867 Walkerton, 1868-1869 Ashfield, 1870-1871 Harriston/Minto Twp. (Wellington Co.), 1872 withdrew and united with the Wesleyan Methodist Conference

DOCKHAM, Henry H. was born in 1826 in Ontario, Episcopal, 1851 Augusta/Spencerville, 1869 Brooklin (Ontario Co.) 1871 Oakville (Halton Co.)

DOCKRILL, C.W. 1870 Musquodeboit Harbour N.S.

DOEL, John New Connexion, was received on trial in 1852 at Manvers, 1853 Waterford, 1854-1855 Crosby, 1856 Hawksville, 1857 St. Thomas, 1858 withdrew and united with the Wesleyan Methodist Converence, 1858 Thamesford, 1859 Nissouri, 1860-1861 Devonshire/McGillivray, 1862-1863 Wardsville/Florence, 1864 Walshingham, 1865 Ingersoll/St. Clair (retired), 1866 Walpole, 1867 Cape Crocker, 1868 Toronto West,

DOHERTY, Rev. 1880 North Keppel (Bruce Co.)

DOREY, Gifford was received on trial in 1846 at Montreal, 1847 Quebec, 1848 Sherbrooke, 1849 Odeltown, 1850-1852 Leeds, 1853 St. Armand, 1854-1856 Shefford/Granby, 1857-1859 Newburg/Ernestown/Camden East, 1860-1862 Toronto West, 1863 went to England

DORION, Joseph Archibald was rceived on trial in 1858, 1858-1859 Durham French Mission, 1860-1866 Quebec French Mission, 1866-1869 Sauble/Huron French Mission,

DOUGLAS, George LL.D. D.D. was born on Oct 14, 1825 in Ashkirk Roxburghshire Scotland, 1832 family emigrated to Montreal, was received on trial in 1848 at Melbourne C.E., 1849 Wesleyan Theology Institute Richmond England, 1850-1852 Bahamas District of the West Indies, 1852-1853 ordained at Montreal East, 1854-1856 Kingston, 1857-1859 Toronto West, 1860-1862 Hamilton, 1863 Montreal Centre retired, 1864-1866 Montreal West, 1867-1871 St. James St. Montreal, Mr. George Douglas, some time between the 1848 District Meeting and his appointment to the Bermudas, in 1849, went to one of the theoogical institutions in England, but, at this writing, we are not informed how long he spent there, or what time, if any, he was employed on the Melbourne Circuit, with which his name stood connected - from the minutes of the 1848 Wesleyan Methodist Conference in Belleville C.W.

DOUGLAS, John was received on trial in 1846, 1846-1848 Sherbrooke, 1849 Odeltown, 1850-1851 Chambly, 1852 Wesleyville, 1853-1867 Chambly/Montreal (retired) Christian Guardian 1850 Marriages - On September 25th. at Warwick Mass. USA Rev John Douglas, Wesleyan Minister of Chambly to Elizabeth Hatch on 25th by Rev R.C. Hatch

DOUGLAS W.H. 1910 Rockwood (Wellington Cty)

Rev. John Douse DOUSE, John was born in 1802 in England Wesleyan Methodist and was received on trial and ordained in 1834-1835 at Grand River. He died in 1886 and his daughter Isabella Louisa died of cholera 26 Jan 1858 in London C.W. In 1835 ordained for "Missionary work" at Conference in Hamilton, 1834-1835 Grand River, 1836 St. Catharines/Thorold, 1836 Salt Springs/Brantford, 1837 Cobourg, 1838-1840 St. Clair, 1841-1844 Belleville, 1842-1843 Puslinch (Wellington Co.), 1845-1847 Binbrook/Hamilton (Wentworth Co.) 1848 Puslinch/Woolwich (Wellington Co.), 1848 Cobourg, 1849 Kingston Chairman, 1850-1852 Richmond Street Toronto West, 1853-1856 Barrie Chairman of District, 1856-1857 London Chairman of District, 1857-1858 Eramosa (Wellington Co.), 1857 Arthur (Wellington Co.), 1858-1860 Norfolk Street Guelph (Wellington Co.) Chairman of District, 1860-1861 Eramosa/Erin (Wellington Co.), 1861-1863 Thurlow/Belleville (Hastings Co.) Chariman of District, 1864-1866 Ottawa Chairman of District, 1867-1869 St. John, 1870-1872 Paris (Brant Co.), 1873-1874 Toronto retired Co-Delegate of the Conference 1858 and 1859, Treasurer of the Superannuated Minister's Fund 1860-1874, Wesleyan Methodist Church in Canada - Notice by A. B. that Mr. Douse should publish the sermon he had delivered in the British Wesleyan Chapel. Kingston Chronicle and Gazette Sept. 15, 1841 p. 3, col. 4; Wesleyan Methodist Church in Canada Comments made by William Lyon Mackenzie re its formation. Reference to ministers Slight, Scott, Steer, Douse, Rea, Gladwin who have come upon the request of Egerton Ryerson. Mackenzie describes them as "Tories" British Whig (Kingston) June 29, 1834 p. 3, col. 4

DOVE, E.A.W. 1895 Greenwood,

DOVE, James 1870 St. Johns Nfld, 1885-1888 Grand Banks Nfld

DOW, Lorenzo 1829 Bay of Quinte, commonly called Crazy Dow, will preach in Belleville, Hallowell, Bath and at the Methodist Episcopal Chapel in Kingston. Kingston Chronicle Jul. 18, 1829 p. 2, col. 3;

DOWLER, John Armstrong was born in 1827 in Ireland and was received on trial in 1855, student at the Durham Academy, 1854 Osgoode (Ottawa), 1855 Morris, 1856 Howick, 1857 student at Victoria College, Cobourg, 1858-1860 Bobcaygeon, 1861-1863 Flinton/Kaladar/Denbeigh/Addington Road, 1864-1866 Marmora, 1867 Bell's Corners, 1868 Elgin, 1871 Crosby (Leeds)

DOWN, Samuel was received on trial in 1854, 1855 Millbrook, 1856 Sarnia, 1857 Chatham, 1858 student at Victoria College, Cobourg, 1859 Seymour (Northumberland Co.), 1860-1862 Bruce Mines (Algoma), 1863 Nottawasaga, 1864-1866 Garen River/ Sault Ste. Marie, 1867-1869 Thurlow, 1872 Gloucester (Russell Co.), 1873 N.Gower (Grenville), 1908-1910 Erin (Wellington Co.)

DOWNS, A. 1891-1893 Florence

DOWSON, William 1833 Charlottetown PEI

DOXEE, Archelaus was born in 1833 in Ontario and was received on trial in 1858, 1857 Sidney, 1858 Onslow, 1859 L'Original, 1860 Point Alexandra, 1861-1863 Onslow, 1864-1864 Brudenell, 1866 Maynooth, 1867-1869 Marmora (Hastings Co.), 1871 Tyendinaga Twp. (Hastings Co.), 1874-1875 Tweed (Hastings Co.), 1876-1878 Smithfield (Northumberland Co.), 1879-1880 Percy

DOYLE, Robert was born in 1825 in Ireland, Primitive, 1871 Bowmanville (Durham)

DRAKE, S.R. Episcopal, 1895 held the first BME conference in Guelph, 1897 Essex St Guelph (Wellington Co.), 1902-1909 British Methodist Episcopal Church (Brantford) and then General Superintendent of the Conference for 18 years, 1924 BME Essex St Guelph (Wellington Co.),

DRAKE, Thomas ws born in 1838 and died on April 30, 1861. He was received on trial in 1858, 1856-1858 Wardsville, 1858 Florence, 1859 Gosfield/Amherstburg, 1860 Romney,

DRAPER, C.D. 1911 Beachville (Oxford Co.)

DRAPER, Elisha was born in 1829 in Ontario, Episcopal, 1851 Toronto, 1861 Binbrook, 1871 Malahide Tp. (Elgin Co.)

DRAPER, J. Episcopal, 1864-1869 & 1871-1872 Binbrook,

DRAPER, John New Connexion, 1835-1836 Markham,

DRAPER, Samuel was born in 1778 and died in 1824. He was received on trial in 1801 Methodist Episcopal, 1801 Upper Canada, 1802 returned to the USA

DRENNAN, Alexander was received on trial in 1855 at Whitby, 1856 student at Victoria College, Cobourg, 1857 Ainwick Circuit, 1858 Merrickville, 1859 Onslow, 1860-1861 Renfrew, 1862-1864 Holland Landing, 1865-1867 Walshingham, 1868 Gaspe,

DREW, Nathaniel D. died in 1922 1901-1903 Baileyboro, (Christian Guardian) Rev. Nathaniel D. Drew - an appreciation. He died om Oct 1 1922 at the home of his daughter near St Catharine's Ontario. He was survived by his wife, sons and daughters

DRYSDALE, R.J. 1904 Georgetown

DUDGEON, Joseph (Christian Guardian) Obituary - Mrs Thomas Simpson was born Fannie Charlotte Starrat on Mar 13 1856 in Brampton Ontario and in 1880 married Thomas Simpson. She died on Mar 3 1924 in Bradford amd was buried in Royston Cemetery beside her husband and son. She moved to Ryerson Twp after marriage and in 1908 family moved to Burk's Falls. She was survived by 2 sons: Bert of Starrat and Norman at Burk's Falls, 1 daughter Mrs. (Rev.) Joseph Dudgeon, and 1 sister Mrs (Rev) Thomas Argue

DUDLEY, Thomas was born in 1821 in England, Methodist Episcopal, 1854-1855 Paisley Street - Guelph (Wellington Co.) 1871 Brant Twp. (Bruce Co.)

DUFF, Charles New Connexion, was received on trial in 1853 at Prince Edward, 1854 dropped

DUFF, Robert was born in 1836 in Scotland, Episcopal, 1871 Enniskillen, (Lambton Co.), 1902-1905 Belwood Garafraxa (Wellington Co.)

DUKE, James A. 1870 Burin Nfld

DULMAGE, Jacob was born in Adolphustown but moved at an early time in life to Marysburgh, where he lived and died. He was a prominent member of the Methodist Church, and probably a local preacher for years. He married Sarah Huff, a daughter of Solomon Huff, one of the Adolphustown pioneers.

DUNBAR, Matthew New Connexion, 1835 Humber/Trafalgar, 1836 expelled

DUNCAN, George 1845 Puslinch (Wellington Co.)

DUNCAN, Robert 1870 Carleton St. John N.B.

DUNDAS, Brabazon B. was received on trial in 1869, 1869 Smithville,

DUNHAM, Darius was received on trial in 1788 and he died in 1825. He came to Upper Canada as a Methodist preacher in 1792, being one of the first two Methodist ministers sent to Upper Canada by the Methodist Episcopal Church of the United States. 1788 Shoreham USA, 1789-1790 Ordained Cambridge USA, 1792-1793 Cataraqui, 1794 Myers Creek (Belleville), 1794 Niagara, 1796-1797 Canada District, 1798 Bay of Quinte, 1799 Oswegotchie, 1800 Napanee, 1803 Hallowell (Prince Edward Co.)

DUNHAM, E.A. was born in July 1814 in Napanee Ontario and died on Feb 27, 1891 in St. Thomas. 1861 Port Burwell, 1880 St. Thomas

DUNKLEY, George was born in 1832 in England, Methodist Episcopal, 1871 Colborne (Huron Co.), 1879 Wiarton (Bruce Co.)

DUNLOP, Robert New Connexion, 1859 Durham, 1860London North, 1861 Laxton Mission, 1862 withdrew

DUNN, W.T.D. 1892-1895 Grand Banks Nfld

DUNNETT, Samuel Methodist Episcopal, 1850 Oakland (Oxford Co.), 1851 Presiding Elder Niagara District,

DURKEE, John was born in 1838 in Ontario, Methodist Episcopal, married Hilda daughter Martha M. was born in 1866, 1871 Sullivan (Grey Co.), 1881 Eramosa Twp. (Wellington Co.)

DURR, G. 1891-1893 Florence

DUSTIN, George W. 1922 Gananoque/Lansdowne Ontario (Christian Guardian) Births - Marion Gertrude Dustin was born on Oct 28 1922 in Gananoque Ontario to Rev. and Mrs George W. Dustin of Lansdowne Ontario

DUTTON, Stephen Primitive 1832 York

DYER, James E. was born in 1829 in England and was received on trial in 1855 at Gray, Wesleyan Methodist, 1854 Norfolk St. Guelph (Wellington Co.), 1854-1855 Elora (Wellington Co.), 1856 Wallace/Elma, 1857-1858 ordained Peel (Wellington Co.), 1858 Hillsburgh/Erin (Wellington Co.), 1859 Eramosa/Rockwood (Wellington Co.), 1860 Erin/Luther/Garafraxa (Wellington Co.), 1861 Garafraxa (Wellington Co.), 1861-1862 Wellesley, 1863-1865 Georgetown, 1866-1871 Westminster/London South (Middlesex Co.), 1872-1873 Lucan, 1875-1877 Belmont, 1878-1881 Drayton (Wellington Co.)

DYKE, Jabez H. Primitive Methodist, 1880-1883 Paisley Street - Guelph (Wellington Co.), 1902-1905 Erin (Wellington Co.), 1909-1910 Mt. Pleasant Nichol Twp. (Wellington Co.),

DYRE, William Rankin was received on trial in 1856, 1855 Walker's Mills/Durham, 1856 Brant, 1857-1859 ordained at Arran, 1860-1861 Southampton/Paisley, 1863-1863 Thornbury, 1864-1866 Bayfield, 1866-1869 Mitchell/Logan (Perth Co.), 1869 Fullarton (Perth Co.)

EARL, Robert New Connexion, died at Colbourne, Ont. July 1867, 1835 Hope, 1836 Waterford, 1837 Peterborough, 1838 London/St. Thomas, 1839 Hamilton, 1840 withdrew. He was Chairman of District 1836 and 1837. In 1841 he united with the Methodist Episcopal Conference, in which he continued until his death. In 1856 he was President of the Conference

EARLE, J.R. was born in 1875 in Metcalfe Ontario and died in 1925 in Toronto Ontario. In 1906 he married Edna E. Auld in Winnipeg, Manitoba CG Obit -Late Rev. J.R. Earle born Metcalfe ON married 1906 Miss Edna E. Auld in Winnipeg MB died 1925 Toronto ON, 50 years old survived by widow, 6 children, brother Edmund, and sister of widow Mrs. R.S. Longley of Fowchow, China

EARLE, T.R. 1878 Binbrook,

EAST, Robert Episcopal, 1851 Bytown,

EASTMAN, Andrew C. was received on trial in 1867, 1868 Calabogie,

EASTMAN, Charles was born in 1843 in the United States Episcopal, 1871 Tuckersmith (Huron Co.)

EASTMAN, S.M. Episcopal, 1851 Huron,

Rev. Dr. Eby EBY Dr. Charles S. B.A., member of Norfolk St. Methodist Church, Guelph (Wellington Co.) and entered the ministry as a student and was received on trial at Victoria College at Cobourg from 1867-1870, ordained in 1871-1872 at Preston/Paris/German Mission, 1873 Hamilton German Mission, 1874-1875 London Conference, 1876 Yeddo Japan, 1877 Tokio Japan, 1878-1881 Kofu Japan, 1877 Editor for some years of the "Canadian Evangelist" (German Methodist), Delegate to the First General Conference Toronto 1874, A graduate of Victoria University A.B. 1871,

                  

Rev. Daniel Ecker ECKER, Daniel was born in Binbrook, Wentworth Co. on May 18, 1846 and was received on trial in 1870 and was ordained in 1875. He was married on August 14, 1872 to Laura H. daughter of Rev. David Williams, who died on April 21, 1890, leaving two daughters. Episcopal, 1875 Blenheim, 1877 Walsingham, 1879 Nanticoke, 1880 Ingersoll, 1881 Stanley, 1883 Brussels, 1885 Canboro, 1886 Port Robinson, 1888 Rockford, 1889-1891 Thorold/Tapelytown, 1903-1907 Carmel Garafraxa Twp. (Wellington Co.), 1914-1916 Belwood Garafraxa Twp. (Wellington Co.)

EDDY, Samuel L. New Connexion, was received on trial in 1874 at Laxton Mission,

EDGAR, James Primitive, 1851 Etobicoke, 1866 Brampton (Peel Co.)

EDMISON, Thomas J. was born in 1846 in Ontario and was received on trial in 1868, 1868 Oakwood, 1871 Emily Tp.(Victoria Co.)

EDMONDS, Jabez was born in 1847 in Ontario and was received on trial in 1871 at Peel (Wellington Co.), 1870 Nissouri West (Middlesex Co.), 1872 Berlin (Waterloo Co.), 1873-1874 student Victoria College Cobourg, 1875 Bothwell, 1876-1877 London - New Brighton, 1878 withdrew and united with the Church of England, 1882-1884 Cumnock Nichol (Wellington Co.)

EDMUNDS, Eric was born in 1835 in Ontario, Methodist Episcopal, Murray Twp. (Northumberland Co.), 1869 Bracebridge,

EDMUNDS, Solomon Chesley was born in 1842 in Smith Falls Ontario and died in 1924 in Toronto Ontario. He married Edna Baskerville and in 1924 was living in Toronto, Ontario

EDSWORTHY, S. 1924 Czar Alberta (Christian Guardian)Births - Gladys Beth Edsworthy was born on Jan 27 1924 in London Ontario and was the daughter of Rev. S. and Mrs Edsworthy of Czar AB

EDWARDS, Andrew was born in 1829 in England and was received on trial in 1852-1853 at Barrie, Wesleyan Mathodist, 1850-1853 Barrie assistant to Lewis Warner, 1854 Holland Landing, 1855 ordained at Norfolk Street - Guelph (Wellington Co.), 1856-1858 Kincardine, 1859-1860 St. Mary's/Blanchard (Oxford Co.),1860 Nissouri (Oxford Co.), 1861-1863 Cartwright, 1864-1866 Lindsay, 1866-1868 Ops (Victoria Co.), 1867-1869 Exeter, 1870-1872 Fingal/Southwold (Elgin Co.), 1873-1874 Belmont, 1875-1876 Lucan, 1877-1879 Belgrave, 1880 Holmesville, 1887 moved to Nebraska USA

EDWARDS, Edwin W. 1902-1906 Wesley/Underwood Bruce Twp.,

EDWARDS, Robert 1900 Emily (Victoria Co.)

EDWARDS, S. 1863 Cartwright, 1879 Binbrook,

EDWARDS, Timothy, was received on trial in 1857 in Ingersoll, 1858 St. George, 1859 dropped

EDWARDS, William Watson was born in 1845 in Ontario Co. and was received on trial in 1867 at Bath, Wesleyan Methodist, married on June 26, 1872 at West Garafraxa (Wellington Co.) Elizabeth Bellamy born 1847 Fergus Ontario witn: Frederick Marshall and Ellen McKee both of West Garafraxa, 1866 Harrowsmith/Frontenac, 1867-1868 Erin (Wellington Co.), 1868 Listowel, 1870-1871 student at Victoria College, Cobourg, 1872-1874 ordained at Wallaceburg/Walpole Island, 1875-1876 Arkona, 1877-1880 Thamesville Camden West (Kent Co.), 1880 Wyoming,

EGAN, Jeremiah was born in 1841 in Ontario, Methodist Episcopal, 1871 Lutterworth, Anson & Hindon (Victoria Co.)

EGAN, William E. was born in 1867 and died on Aug 12 1923 in Port Arthur Ontario (Christian Guardian) In Memoriam... Rev. Williamm E. Egan died Aug 12 1923 in Port Arthur, 56 years old

ELEY, Alfred New Connexion, 1873 St. Mary's, 1874 Brock, 1875 withdrew

ELLIDGE, George 1832-1834 Grand Banks Nfld

ELLIOT, John was born in 1826 in England, New Connexion, was received on trial in 1862-1863 at Holland, 1864-1866 Howick, 1867-1869 Mount Forest (Wellington Co.), 1870-1871 Malahide (Elgin Co.), 1872 Aylmer, 1873-1874 Bayham,

ELLIOTT, J.C. 1884 North Dumfries, 1908 Lanark, 1913-1916 Florence

Rev. James ElliottELLIOTT, James was born in 1821 in Ireland and was received on trial in 1842, 1841-1842 Richmond, 1843 L'Original, 1844 Matilda, 1845-1847 Kemptville, 1848 Hull, 1849 Aylmer C.E., 1850-1852 Prescott, 1853 Brockville, 1854-1856 Binbrook/Hamilton, 1857-1859 Quebec, 1860-1862 Toronto West, 1863 Hamilton, 1864-1866 Montreal Centre, 1867-1869 London (Chairman), 1871 London

ELLIOTT, John N. was born in 1832 in Ontario, Methodist Episcopal, 1851 Niagara, 1858 Thorold, 1871 Strathroy (Middlesex Co.)

ELLIOTT, Robert J. was born in 1849 in Ontario, New Connexion, was received on trial in 1870 at Aurora, 1871 Gwillimbury East (York Co.), 1872-1873 Toronto, 1874 Pelham, 1882-1884 Binbrook, 1906 President of the Hamilton Conference,

ELLIOTT, W. 1894 Greenwood,

ELLIOTT, Zeno was born in 1841 in Ontario, Methodist Episcopal, 1871 Petrolia (Lambton Co.)

ELLIS, John 1870 Sackville N.B. Theology Student,

ELLIS, William 1827-1829 Grand Banks Nfld

ELLIS, William 1850 Puslinch (Wellington Co.)

ELLIS, William J. 1901-1903 Mt. Pleasant Nichol (Wellington Co.) Christian Guardian - Marriages - Metcalfe - Ellis married on February 14, 1923 at Mount Hope Methodist Parsonage Emma Elizabeth, only daughter of Rev W.J. Ellis who performed the ceremony and Russell R., youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac J. Metcalfe of Moorefield ON

ELLSWORTH, Orin H. was received on trail in 1853, 1852 Mud Lake, 1853-1855 Vienna (Brantford), 1855-1857 ordained at Paris (Brant Co.), 1857 Burford (Oxford Co.), 1858-1859 Stratford, 1859 South Easthope (Huron Co.), 1860-1861 Mitchell, 1862 Bayfield,

ELMSLEY, William H. 1883-1884 Lindsay,

ELSON, A.J. Primitive, 1908-1909 Pailsty St. Guelph (Wellington Co.)

ENGLAND, James New Connexion, was received on trial in 1858 at Drummond, 1859 Oxford, 1870 Annapolis N.S.

ENGLISH, John was received on trial in 1848 at the Belleville Conference, 1851 Simcoe, 1852 Ordained, 1853 Clarke Tp.. 1854-1855 Stoney Creek, 1858-1859 Stirling Rawdon Twp. (Hastings Co.), 1867-1869 Rawdon (Hastings Co.)

ENGLISH, Noble Franklin was received on trial in 1845 at Hamilton. Wesleyan Methodist. In 1847 he was received at Toronto Conference. 1845 Binbrook/Hamilton, 1846 Toronto, ordained in 1847 at Demorestville, 1848-1850 Brockville, 1851-1852 Bytown, 1853-1854 Brantford, 1855-1856 Chatham/Raleigh, 1857 St. Thomas, 1858-1860 Cooksville/Port Credit, 1861-1863 Goderich (Huron Co.), 1864-1865 London South, 1866 Etobicoke, 1866-1867 Weston, 1869-1871 Elora/Pilkington (Wellington Co.), 1871 Salem/Nichol (Wellington Co.), 1872-1873 London South,

ENGLISH, William F. was received on trial in 1839, 1858-1859 Fredericksburg & Adolphustown, 1858-1860 Richmond, 1860 Chairman Napanee circuit, 1861 Toronto Twp., 1868 Granby, 1869 Yonge (Leeds Co.), 1876 Pakenham Tp. (Lanark Co.)

ERRITT, Isaac New Connexion, 1835-1836 Lansdown, 1837 Gosfield/Thames, ordained 1838 at Humber/Trafalgar

EVANS, Edwin 1863 Charlottetown PEI, 1870 Cornwall/Little York PEI

Rev. Ephraim Evans EVANS, Ephraim D.D. was born in 1804 in Kingston-upon-Hull England and was the brother of Rev. James Evans. He was received on trial in 1828 Methodist Episcopal at Cobourg, and in 1835-1837 was appointed as editor of the Christian Guardian at Conference in Hamilton. He was twice married - first, on June 27, 1832 to Charlotte, daughter of Hon. Major-General Shaw, and again, in 1874, to Mary E., daughter of Robert Gunn, Wallacetown. 1827 Kingston, 1828 Cobourg, 1829 Kingston, 1830 Ordained Niagara, 1831-1832 Stamford, 1832 Beaverdams Thorold, 1833 joined Wesleyan Conference, 1833 Agent Upper Canada Academy, 1834 Ancaster, 1837 Toronto living at 56 Newgate St, 1838-1840 London Chairman, 1840 Trustee Norfolk St. Guelph (Wellington Co.), 1841 Hamilton, 1842-1846 London, 1843 Adelaide (London), 1845 Guelph (Wellington Co.), 1847 Toronto West, 1848-1856 Eastern British American Conference, 1849-1851 Halifax, 1852-1853 Charlottetown PEI, 1854-1856 Governor and Chaplin Mount Allison Academy, 1857-1858 Kingston Chairman, 1859-1865 Victoria B.C. Chairman, 1866-1867 Nanaimo Chairman, 1868-1869 John Street - Hamilton Chairman, 1870-1871 Yorkville Village (York Co.) Chairman, 1872-1873 Muncey, Mt. Elgin Institution, 1875-1881 London (retired) Delegate to the First General Conference Toronto 1874, Chairman of District 1874, Delegate to General Conference Montreal 1878, Methodist Episcopal Church - letter by Ephraim Evans of the Wesleyan Methodists concerning the Waterloo Chapel property dispute between that group and the Methodist Episcopal Church. Kingston Chronicle and Gazette June 12, 1837 p. 3, col. 2 Religion - Letter from Ephraim Evans on the current suit of the Methodist Episcopal Church against the Wesleyan Methodists for chapel property. Ref. to Mr. Bell, who retained possession of the Waterloo Chapel for the Wesleyans. British Whig (Kingston) Sept. 15, 1836 p. 1, col. 5; The conference decided that Egerton Ryerson would be one of the preachers for Kingston, that Rev. J.C. Davidson is to go to Toronto and that Mr. Evans is to be editor of the Christian Guardian. British Whig (Kingston) June 26, 1835 p. 1, col. 3

Rev. James EvansEVANS, James was born on Jan 18 1801 in Kingston-upon-Hull, England and died at Keelby, in Lincolnshire, England on November 23, 1846. He was the brother of Rev. Ephraim Evans and in 1823 he married Mary Blythe Smith. He was received on trial in 1830 at Rice Lake, Methodist Episcopal, 1831 Credit, ordained in 1832 at Ancaster/Binbrook, 1833 joined Wesleyan Methodist Conference, 1833 Thorold, 1834-1837 St. Clair, 1838 Lake Superior, 1839 Norfolk Street - Guelph (Wellington Co.), 1840-1845 Rossville Mission Norway House and General Superintendent for Missions in the Hudson Bay Territory, 1846 visiting England

EVANS, J. Acquila was married on April 14, 1925 to Marie Smith at Toronto, 1914 Stone Eramosa (Wellington Co.), 1925 Erin (Wellington Co.) Christian Guardian - Marriage - Evans-Smith Miss Marie Smith and Rev, J. Acquila Evans, both of Erin ON were married on April 14, 1925 at Toronto ON

EVANS, John Swanton was born in 1821 in Ireland and was received on trial in 1848 and he was buried Horton Cemetery (abandoned), 1848 Seneca (Owen Sound), Elizabethtown (Leeds Co.), 1850-1851 St. Catharines/Thorold, 1852 Ordained, 1853 Charlotteville (Oxford Co.), 1868 Spencerville, 1871 Morrisburg (Dundas Co.),

EVANS, Swanston was received on trial in 1849. 1847 Toronto Circuit, 1848 Seneca, 1849 St. Thomas, 1858 Ernestown, 1861 Melbourne, 1862-1864 Danville, 1865-1866 Barnston, 1867 Dunham

EVERTS, Renaldo M., was born in 1788 and died on July 20, 1865. He was received on trial in 1812 Methodist Episcopal, 1812 Caledonia USA, 1813 Bloomfield USA, 1814 Wyalusing, 1815 Northumberland, 1816 Lycoming, 1817 Bald Eagle, 1818 Ottawa, 1819 Augusta, 1820 returned to USA

EVES, Rev. 1884 Halliburton Ontario

EYNE B. 1911 Drew/Minto (Wellington Co.)

EYNON, John Hicks was born in 1801 in Gloucester, England and died in 1888, and was converted by the early female itinerant Elizabeth Dart, whom he later married. He entered the Bible Christian ministry in 1826 and after service in several home circuits, was appointed to Upper Canada in 1832. He remained in Canada for the remainder of his ministry and pioneered the work of the Church across large areas of the colony.

1869-1870 Conference Minutes
Districts:

Toronto District
Toronto East, Toronto West, Toronto North, Yorkville, Davenport, Seaton, Leslieville, Yonge Street South, Yonge Street North, Weston, Brampton, Streetsville, Cooksville, Mono, Orangeville, Albion, Klineburg, Scarboro

Hamilton District
Hamilton Centre, Hamilton West, Hamilton East, Dundas, Waterdown, Wellington Square, Glanford, Milton, Oakville, Hullsville, Cainsville, Grand River, New Credit, Hamilton (German)

Niagara District
St. Catharines, Thorold, Niagara, Drummondville, Welland, Dunnville, Grimsby, Smithville, Cayuga, Point Abino & Port Colborne, Caistorville, Port Dalhousie

Brantford District
Brantford, Mount Pleasant, Fairfield, Paris, Princeton, Woodstock, Oxford Centre, East Zorra, St. George, Norwich, Simcoe, Waterford, Port Dover, Walsingham, Port Rown, Lynedock, Tilsonburgh, Vienna

London District
London City, London South, London North, St. Thomas, Ingersoll, Salford, St. Mary's, Aylmer, Fingal, Tyrconnell, Westminster, Port Stanley, Warwick, Strathroy, Adelaide, Mt. Brydges, Arkona, Exeter, Lucan, Ailsa Craig, Park Hill, Nissouri, Belmont, Dorchester Station

Chatham District
Chatham, Sarnia, Blenheim, Napier, Wardsville, Newbury, Mooretown, Wallaceburgh, Walpole Island, Florence, Moraviantown, Dawn Mills, Ridgetown, Kingsville, Amherstburgh, Romney, Windsor & Sandwich, Oil Springs & Petrolia, Wyoming, St. Clair

Guelph District
Guelph, Georgetown, Erin, Rockwood, Elora, Fergus, Peel, Galt, Drayton, Washington, Berlin, Preston, Heidelberg & Grey, Listowell, Teviotdale, Millbank, Arthur, Mount Forest

Goderich District
Goderich, Clinton, Seaforth, Mitchell, Stratford, Bayfield, Dungannon, Kincardine, Teeswater, Ainleyville, Trowbridge, Howick, Wingham, Lucknow

Owen Sound District
Owen Sound, Meaford, Walter's Falls, Thornbury, Durham, Invermay, Paisley, Hanover, Artemesia, Chatsworth, Keppel, Saugeen, Cape Crocker

Barrie District
Barrie, Vespra, New Market, Aurora, Bradford, Bond Head, Innisfil, Cookstown, Lloydtown, Sharon & Mt. Albert, Rama, Orillia, Craighurst, Penetanguishene, Collingwood, Nottawasaga & Angus, Osprey, Horning's Mills, Muskoka, Christian Island, Beausoliel, French River, Parry Sound, Coldwater, Bruce Mines, Sault Ste. Marie, Bachiwana Bay, Michipicoton, Pic & Nipegon

Whitby District
Whitby & Oshawa, Pickering, Markham, Bowmanville, Newcastle, Prince Albert, Uxbridge, Scugog, Brock, Beaverton Stouffville, Cartwright, Manvers

Cobourg District
Cobourg, Port Hope, Canton, Baltimore, Fenella, Colborne, Castleton, Brighton, Campbellford, Hastings, Percy, Ainwick

Peterborough District
Peterborough, Millbrook, Hiawatha, Lindsay, Oakwood, Omemee, Keene, Norwood, Lakefield, Mud Lake, Warsaw, Bobcaygeon, Minden, Fenlon Falls, Coboconk, Havelock, Bolsover, Hall's Bridge

Belleville District
Belleville, Consecon, Ameliasburg, Picton, Bloomfield & Cherry Valley, Milford, Sydney, Thurlow, Marmora, Stirling, Frankford, Trenton, Demorestville, Shannonville, Hungerford, Bridgewater, Flinton & Addington Road, Madoc, Bannockburn, Denbeigh, Maynooth

Kingston District
Kingston, Napanee, Selby, Newburgh, Wilton, Odessa, Bath & Amherst Island, Cataraqui, Battersea, Gananoque, Pittsburgh, Centreville, Harrowsmith & Frontenac, Tamworth, Kennebec

Brockville District
Brockville, Smith's Falls, Carlton Place, Pakenham & Arnprior, Merrickville, Elgin, Newborough, Bathurst, Maberly, Playfair, Fitzroy Harbour

Pembrooke District
Pembrooke, Westmeath, Portage du Fort, Renfrew, Calabogie, Alice, Clarendon, Onslow, Thorne, Vernacher

Ottawa District
Ottawa, Aylmer, Bell's Corners, March, Richmond, North Gower, Long Island Locks, Osgoode, Bearbrook, L'Orignal, Grenville, Thurso, North Wakefield & Templeton, Aylwin

Montreal District
Montreal Centre, Montreal South, Montreal West, Montreal East, Lachine, Chambly, St. Johns, Odeltown, Hemmingford, Franklin Centre, Huntingdon, Ormstown, Cavignal, La Chute, North Gore, New Glasow, Shawbridge, Rawdon

Quebec District
Quebec, Point Levi, Three Rivers, Melbourne, Sherbrooke, Eaton, Dudswell, Bury, Leeds, Danville, New Ireland, Durham, Port Neuf, Metis, Gaspe

Stanstead District
Stanstead, Beebe Plain, Compton, Hatley & Cassville, Coaticoke & Barnston, Georgeville & Magog, East Bolton, Knowlton, Shefford, Lawrenceville, Granby, South Roxton, Roxton Falls, Stukely, Dunham, Frelighsburg, Farnham, Sutton, St. Armand, Clarenceville

Vancouver Island & British Columbia District
Victoria, Nanaimo, New Westminster & Lower Fraser River, Cowitchen, Cariboo, Indian Tribes


Kingston Clergy

In 1831 the Kingston Chronicle published a list of Methodist Baptist and Presbyterian ministers in Upper Canada.

Rev. W. Case of Ameliasburg, Methodist;

Rev. M. Whiting of Amherstburgh, Methodist;

Rev. W Ryerson of Belleville, Methodist;

Rev. G. Ferguson of Fredericksburgh, Methodist;

Rev. G. Bissell of Fredericksburgh, Methodist;

Rev. J. Beattie of Belleville, Methodist;

Rev. W. Patrick of Belleville, Methodist;

Rev. R. Heyland of Hallowell, Methodist;

Rev. T. Bevitt of Hallowell Methodist;

Rev. F. Metcalf of Lanark, Methodist;

Rev. J. Richardson of Kingston, Methodist Chapel;

Rev. R. Jones of Kingston, Methodist Chapel;

Rev. A. Green of Brockville, Methodist;

Rev. W. Williams of Brockville, Methodist;

Rev. T. Madden of Augusta, Methodist;

Rev. S. Waldron of Augusta, Methodist;

Rev. J. Carroll of Perth, Methodist;

Rev. W. Carson of Gananoque, Baptist;

Rev. J. Will of Ameliasburgh, Baptist;

Rev. Sherd of Thurlow, Baptist;

Rev. John McEwen of Beckwith, Baptist;

Rev. William Bell of Perth, Presbyterian;

Rev. G. Buchanan of Beckwith, Presbyterian;

Rev. Gemmill bf Lanark, Presbyterian;

Rev. Robert Boyd of Prescott, Presbyterian;

Rev. Wm. Stuart of Brockville, Presbyterian;

Rev. R. McDowall of Ernestown, Presbyterian.

Kingston Chronicle Apr. 2, 1831 p. 2, col. 1, 2

FAIR, Hugh J. 1888-1890 Mimosa Erin (Wellington Co.)

FAIRCHILD, John F.was born in 1827 in the United States, Episcopal, 1871 Vienna Village (Elgin Co.)

FALLIS, Col. George O. was the son of Rev. J.G. Fallis and in 1924 was living in Vancouver British Columbia

FALLIS, John G. was born in 1845 in Millbrook Ontario and died in 1924 in Essex Ontario. He married Mary LeGear who died before 1916 in Saskatchewan. New Connexion, He was received on trial in 1877, 1871 Waterford, 1872 St. Mary's, 1873 Ancaster, 1874 Nelson 1924 daughters Mrs. R. Magee living in Winnipeg and Mrs. J. McIvor living in Seattle WA USA

FALLIS, R.J. 1880 Milliken's Corners/Scarborough Circuit (York Co.),

FALLIS, S.W. D.D. 1894 Thorold, 1924 Toronto

FANSHAW, Walter was born in 1839 in Ontario, Episcopal, 1871 Embro (Oxford Co.), 1880 Tilsonburg, (Christian Guardian) Personals ... Rev. Walter Fanshaw celebrated 84th birthday Jan 21 1923 in Aylmer Ontario. and Dr. T. Albert Moore is a cousin.

FARR, George was received on trial in 1826 Methodist Episcopal, 1826 Ottawa, 1827 Perth, 1828 Bonchire, 1829 located

FARRILL, F.G. M.A. BD 1924 Port Elgin Ontario Christian Guardian - Marriages - Farrill-Grant marriage on September 13, 1922 at residence of bride's parents at Dobbinton Ontario Linda M. Grant the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George A Grant to Rev. F.G. Farrill, MA, BD of Port Elgin Ontario...Birth - Marjorie Dawn Farrill born April 16 1924 at Port Elgin Ontario a daughter for Rev. F.G. and Mrs. Farrill.

FAULKNER, William was received on trial in 1826 at Three Rivers, 1827 Melbourne, 1828 Three Rivers, 1829 moved to Newfoundland, 1843-1846 Grand Banks Nfld

FAULL, James was born on Jan 6 1840 in Cornwall, England, Episcopal and died on May 5 1899 in Shannonville, Tyendinaga Twp. (Hastings Co.) and was buried at Belleville Cemetery, Plot D

FAWCETT, John 1854 was received on trial at the Belleville Conference, 1853-1855 Norwood, 1855 dropped

FAWCETT, Michael was received on trial in 1842 and died before 1924, father of Hannah Victoria Fawcett (Young) 1840 Painswick (Simcoe Co.), 1841 Barrie, 1842-1843 Marmora/Sidney/Stirling/Rawdon Twp. (Hastings Co.), 1844-1846 Elizabethtown, 1847-1848 Bath/Fredericksburg (Lennox), 1849 Bowmanville, 1850-1852 Sidney, 1853-1856 Consecon (Prince Edward Co.), 1857 Frankford/Trenton, 1858-1860 Grimsby, 1861 Smithville, 1862-1864 St. George, 1865-1867 Brampton/Meadowville (Peel Co.), 1867-1869 Markham, 1870 Superintendent at Oakville, 1884 Scarborough Circuit (York Co.) where Mrs Fawcett started a Ladies Aid Society in 1884 as President with 26 members

FAWCETT, Thomas was born in 1808 in Scarboro, Yorkshire, England and was killed on the Great Western Railway March 19, 1859 and was buried at St. George United Church. Wesleyn Methodist. He was received on trial in 1833 at Toronto Twp., 1832 Dumfries South, (Brant Co.), 1833 Toronto Twp, 1834 Newmarket, 1835 Whitby, 1836 Yonge Street, 1837 ordained at St. Thomas, 1838-1839 Oxford, 1840-1841 Malahide/Goderich became the first resident minister., 1841 Adelaide, 1842-1843 Norfolk Street - Guelph (Wellington Co.), 1844 Eramosa (Wellington Co.), 1844-1846 Brantford/Grand River, 1847 Woodstock, 1847-1848 Fredericksburg, 1847-1849 Sarnia, 1850 Chatham, 1851-1852 St. Mary's, 1853-1855 St. George (Brant Co.), 1856-1858 Grand River, 1858 Onondaga (Brant Co.),

FEAR, James 1869 Georgetown, 1870 Meaford, (Christian Guardian) - Fear, James son of Rev. Samuel Fear was born near Guelph on December 21,1840 and began work as an exhorter on the Peel Circuit in 1861. Soon he was appointed a local preacher. At the 1869 Conference he was received on trial for the ministry, and sent to Georgetown Circuit. On February 5, 1870 he went to Meaford where he died of inflamation of the lungs on April 17, 1870,

Rev. Samuel FearFEAR, Samuel was born in 1803 in England, was received on trial in 1844 at Brock and died in 1896. 1836-1837 Norfolk Street - Guelph (Wellington Co.). was received on trial in 1844 and was ordained in 1848. 1842-1843 Chinguacousy/Brampton, 1844-1845 Brock/Lindsay, 1846 Norfolk Street - Guelph (Wellington Co.), In 1847 he was received on three year probation at Toronto Conference. 1846 Gosfield/Amherstburg, ordained in 1848-1849 at Chatham, 1851 Strathroy, 1852 Ashfield/Hullett/Tuckersmith Tp. (Huron Co.), 1850-1852 Goderich, 1853 Hullett (Huron Co.), 1854 Sydenham, 1854 Holland (Grey Co.), 1853-1855 Owen Sound, 1856-1858 Brock (Ontario Co.), 1859-1861 Peel (Wellington Co.), 1862-1863 Blenheim, 1863 Woolwich (Waterloo Co.), 1864-1866 Elora/Peel (Wellington Co.), 1867-1869 Garden River/Sault Ste. Marie, 1870-1872 Battersea/Storrington (Frontenac Co.), 1873-1877 Tamworth/Montreal, 1877-1879 Elmira (retired), 1879-1881 Elora (Wellington Co.) (retired), buried in Elora Municipal Cemetery, Section A, Nichol Twp. (Wellington Co.).

FEATHER, Thomas was received on trial in 1858, 1858 Maitland, 1859 Opeongo Road, 1860 Durham C.E., 1861 student at Victoria College, Cobourg, 1862 Newmarket/Aurora, 1863 Barrie, 1864-1865 Thornbury (Grey Co.), 1866-1867 Orilla, 1868 Wellesley (Waterloo Co.),

FENNELL, Abel New Connexion, 1835 Hope

FERGUSON, George Methodist Episcopal was received on trial in 1816 Methodist Episcopal in Ottawa, 1817-1818 ordained at Niagara, 1819-1820 Ancaster, 1821 Westminster, 1822 Long Point, 1823-1824 Westminster, 1825 Thames, 1826 Amherstburg, 1827 Thames, 1828-1829 Hallowell, 1830-1831 Bay of Quinte/Adolphustown, 1831 Fredericksburg, 1832-1833 Waterloo, 1833 joined Wesleyan Conference, 1834-1835 Sidney (Hastings Co.), 1836-1837 Prescott/Augusta, 1838-1839 Matilda, 1840-1842 Dumfries/Grand River/Waterloo/Wilmot Twp. (Waterloo Co.), 1843-1850 Neslon (retired), 1831 Fredericksburgh Township - Rev. G. Ferguson and Rev. G. Bissell, are Methodist Ministers in the Township. Kingston Chronicle Apr. 2, 1831 p. 2, col. 1, 2

FERGUSON, George Jr. was received on trial in 1863 at Lyn, 1864 Farmersville, 1865 Newboro/Bedford, 1866 Manningville, 1867 Washington, 1868 Port Rowan, 1869 Brantford (Brant Co.), 1875 Bayham (Elgin Co.), 1876 Vienna (Elgin Co.), 1892 Waterdown (Wentworth Co.), 1897-1899 Binbrook,

FERGUSON, J.J. B.A. 1885 Greenwood/Brougham,

FERGUSON, John A.was born in 1844 in Ontario, 1869 Hespler, 1871 Sophiasburgh (Prince Edward Co.),

FERGUSON, John R. was born in 1830 in Ontario, Episcopal, and died in 1916. He was the father of Rev. Wilbert Perry Ferguson and was buried in the Belleville Cemetery, Plot D, 1871 Elizabethtown (Brockville), 1874-1874 Ernestown, 1875-1877 Richmond, 1878 Birmingham, Pittsburg Twp. (Frontenac Co.) living on Con Gore, Lot E, 1880 Malahide, 1883-1886 South Mountain

FERGUSON, M. 1855 Ellis Church Puslinch (Wellington Co.)

FERGUSON, Thomas Alexander was born in 1827 in Scotland Wesleyan Methodist and was received on trial in 1857, 1857-1859 Tutor Victoria College Cobourg, 1860-1862 Yonge Street/Richmond Hill, 1863 Peel Co., 1864-1865 Brampton (Peel Co.), 1866-1867 Waterdown, 1868-1870 Ellis Church Puslinch (Wellington Co.), 1868-1871 Berlin (Waterloo Co.), 1871-1873 Darlington, 1874 Markham, 1875 Bowmanville, 1876-1877 Bradford, 1878-1879 Weston, 1880 Eglinton, Financial Secretary 1874,

FERGUSON, Wilbert Perry, D.D., PhD., was born on Feb 2 1863 and died on Jan 5 1915. He married Adelaide Cruickshank who was born in 1864. He was buried at Whites Cemetery, Sidney Twp. (Hastings Co.), Episcopal, 1883 Stirling Rawdon Twp. (Hastings Co.),

FERRIER, Robert W., M.A. was received on trial in 1861, 1861 St. John's C.E., 1863 St. Catharines C.W., 1864 Montreal Centre, 1865 Chambly, 1866 tutor Victoria College Cobourg, 1867-1868 Montreal Centre

FERRIER, William was born in 1838 in Scotland, Episcopal, 1871 Culross (Bruce Co.)

FESSANT, Edwin was born in 1844 in England and was received on trial in 1857 at Gosfield/Rochester, 1858 Milford, 1859 student Victoria College, Cobourg, 1860 Collingwood, 1861 Danville, 1862-1864 Leeds, 1865 Eganville, 1866-1867 Maberly, 1868 Newboro, 1871 Crosby (Leeds Co.)

FIDDES, W. 1920-1924 Binbrook,

FIDLER, Rev. Episcopal, 1842 Emily Twp. (Victoria Co.)

FIELD, George H. was received on trial in 1860 at Millbrook, 1861 Bath/Ernestown, 1862 Waterloo, 1862 Kingston, 1863 student Victoria College Cobourg, 1864 Roxborough, 1865-1866 Niagara, 1867 Port Dalhousie, 1868 Metis,

FIELDER, William 1876 Upper Prince St. PEI,

FIFE, William H. was received on trial in 1869 at Rosemont, Wesleyan Methodist, 1870 Bond Head, 1871 Drayton (Wellington Co.), 1872 Blenheim, ordained in 1873 at Sandwich, 1874-1876 Cayuga, 1877-1878 Fenwick, 1879-1880 Kelvin

FINBOW, Alexander was born in 1834 in England, 1871 Guelph Town (Wellington Co.)

FINN, Francis M. was born in 1832 in Ireland, Methodist Episcopal, 1871 Percy (Northumerland Co.), 1876-1878 Stirling/Rawdon Twp. (Hastings Co.), 1878 West Huntington/Moira (Hastings Co.),

Rev. Charles Roy Fish FISH, Charles Roy was born in 1820 in Selby, Yorkshire, England, came to Canada in 1848, was received on trial at Guelph in the same year, Wesleyan Methodist, he died in 1902 and was buried in Palermo United Cemetery, Trafalgar Twp., Halton Co. He was twice married - first in 1842 to Mary Wilkinson and again in 1860 to Catherine Johnson. Wesleyan Methodist, 1848-1849 Norfolk Street - Guelph (Wellington Co.), 1850 Elora/Peel (Wellington Co.), 1851 Nelson Census living in Nelson Township, ordained in 1852-1853 at Bowmanville, 1854-1856 Newburg (Kingston), 1855 Arthur Methodist (Wellington Co.), 1857-1858 Picton, 1859-1861 Toronto West, 1862-1863 Collingwood, 1864-1865 Kingston, 1866-1868 Streetsville (Peel Co.), 1867 Toronto Twp., 1868-1869 Yonge Street North (Richmond Hill), 1869-1871 Yonge Street/Markham (York Co.), 1871 Toronto Tp., 1873-1875 Peterorough, 1875-1876 Lindsay, 1875 Chairman of the Lindsay District preached at 2:30 p.m. on Christmas Day at the dedication of George St. Methodist Church in Peterborough, 1877-1878 Cobourg, 1879-1880 Owen Sound, 1891 Toronto 1901 living in West Toronto, with wife Catherine who was born in 1833 and sons, Alfred C. Fish born in 1873 and George N. Fish born in 1875, Delegate to the First General Conference Toronto 1874, Chairman of District 1875, 1876, 1879 and 1880

FISH, Henry A. 1891 Barry Island (Manitoulin)

FISHER John S. was born in 1840 in Scotland and was received on trial in 1866 at Cainsville, 1867 Oakville, 1871 Easthope (Perth Co.), 1885-1888 Cumnock Nichol (Wellington Co.), 1893 Atwood

FISHPOOL, William 1818 Charlottetown PEI

FITZPATRICK, John Duncan 1910-1911 Norfolk St. Guelph (Wellington Co.), during his pastorate the Church mortgage of approximately $6,000 was publicly burned in the Church auditorium, 1919 President Hamilton Conference

FLAG, Rev. 1905-1908 Belwood Garafraxa (Wellington Co.)

FLANAGAN, John was born in Ireland, 1835 received on trial at Conference in Hamilton, 1835 Cobourg, 1836 London, 1837 ordained at Toronto Circuit, 1838 Cornwall,

FLANDERS, Rufus A. was born in 1817 and died on October 12, 1865. He was received on trial in 1842, 1841-1842 Russelltown, 1843-1845 St. Armand, 1846 Wesleyville, 1847-1849 Leeds/New Ireland, 1850-1853 Shefford/Granby, 1854-1857 Dunham, 1858-1860 Clarenceville, 1861-1863 St. Armand,

FLEASHER, Thomas was born in 1839 in England, 1871 Wellesley (Waterloo Co.)

FLETCHER, Ashton Sr. was born in 1803 in England and was received on trial in 1855 at Stouffville, 1856 ordained at Humber, 1857 Albion, 1858-1863 Woodstock, 1864-1866 Ingersoll, 1867 Woodstock, 1868 Brampton (Peel Co.), 1871 Asphodel Twp. (Peterborough Co.)

FLETCHER, Ashton Jr. was born in 1834 in England and was received on trial in 1854 at the Belleville Conference, 1854-1855 Nelson (Halton Co.), 1855-1856 graduated Victoria College with a degree in law and changed professions to a Lawyer,

FLETCHER, Drummond J. was received on trial in 1851 at Woodstock, 1852 Wellesley, 1853 dropped

FLETCHER, William Episcopal, 1879 Binbrook,

FLINT, Calvin M. was received on trial Methodist Episcopal in 1818 at St. Lawrence, 1819 Augusta, 1820 ordained at Rideau/Oswegatchie District, 1821 Belleville, 1822 Hallowell, 1823 moved to the USA. 1829 located

FLUMMERFELDT, Cornelius was born in 1788 and died on February 10, 1861. He was received on trial in 1837, 1827-1828 Toronto/Scarborough, 1835 Newmarket, 1836-1838 ordained at Brock/ Lindsay, 1839 Walpole, 1840-1841 Gosfield/Howard, 1842 Thames/Mosa (London), 1842-1843 Florence/Thames, 1843 Chatham, 1844 Muncey, 1845-1846 London circuit, 1847 Mono, 1848-1849 Bradford, 1850-1852 Brock/Lindsay, 1853-1854 Stouffville, 1855-1860 Markham (retired)

FOLLETT, C.W. 1924 Toronto Ontario was married 1899

FOLLICK, Joseph New Connexion, was received on trial in 1856 at Morris, 1855 Durham, 1857 Grey, 1858 Southampton, 1859 Clarke, 1860-1861 Holland, 1862 Adelaide, 1863-1864 Clarke, 1865-1867 Melbourne, 1868 London North, 1869-1870 Lansdown, 1871 Crosby, Chairman of District 1871 to 1874

Rev. James Gordon Foote FOOTE, James Gordon was born on March 15, 1848 in the township of Stanley, Huron Co. and was received on trial in 1876. 1876 Bervie, 1877 Dorchester, 1878 Victoria College, 1881 ordination at Brantford, 1882 Port Colbourne, 1885 St. Catharines, 1887 Troy, 1889 Bealton/Oakland, 1891 Cainsville, 1919 Zion Drayton (Wellington Co.)

FORD, William J. was born in 1846 in Ontario and was received on trial in 1868, 1868 Shannonville, 1871 Clifton (Welland), 1872-1875 Wardsville/Newbury, 1881 Berlin (Waterloo Co.),

FORMAN, Richard John was born on Nov 19, 1830 in Radorshire, Wales. Wesleyan Methodist. In 1845 his family emigrated to Canada and settled in Pickering, was received on trial in 1853 at Newmarket, 1854-1855 Bradford, 1855 Thorold, 1856 Grimsby, 1857-1858 ordained at Thamesford/Nissouri (London), 1858-1859 Georgetown, 1860 Galt, 1860 Nichol (Wellington Co.), 1861 Eramosa (Wellington Co.), 1861-1864 Nichol/Elora/Pilkington/Peel (Wellington Co.), 1864-1865 Blenheim (Oxford Co.), 1866 Washington/Wilmot Twp. (Waterloo Co.), 1867-1868 Westminster, 1869-1871 London South, 1871-1872 London Twp. (Middlesex Co.), 1872-1874 Drayton Peel Twp. (Wellington Co.), 1875-1877 Mount Forest, 1878 Kincardine, 1879-1880 Fairfield, Delegate to the First General Conference, Toronto, 1874, Chairman of District 1877

FORSEY, George 1870 Black Head Nfld

FORSYTHE, Joseph L. was received on trial in 1855, 1854-1855 Bruce Mines, 1857-1859 Compton, 1860 Hatley, 1861-1862 Eganville,

FOSS, William H. New Connexion, was received on trial in 1863 at Cayuga,

FOSTER, John was born in 1823 in England, Methodist Episcopal, 1851 Darlington, 1865 Eugenia (Grey Co.), 1871 Collingwood (Grey Co.)

FOSTER, T. Primitive, 1851 Walpole,

FOSTER, William Willis was born in June 1793 in Trusthorpe, Lincolnshire, England and died on Feb. 23, 1857 in Eaton, C.E. He married at age 21 and came to Canada in 1829. He served as a lay preacher at Montreal, Isle Aux Noix, Missisquoi Bay, Clarenceville, and Eaton. He is survived by his wife and children, one of whom is a minister of the Troy Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church in the U.S.

FOWKES, John R. was born in 1840 in England and died in 1924 in Lacolle PQ, (Christian Guardian) Late Rev. John Fowkes - an appreciation ... He was born in 1840 in Redditch, near Birmingham England and he married Emma Gray in Odelltown, She was born in 1840, the daughter of the late John Gray. She came to Canada in 1869 and died on Feb 25 1924 at her home in Lacolle PQ. He was survived by his widow, two sons: Dr J.T. Fowkes at Lafargeville NY and Alexander Fowkes at Buffalo NY, and two daughters: Mrs Dr. J. Loveland of Middletown CT and Mrs J. Laurence VanVliet of Lacolle PQ, and a number of grandchildren. New Connexion, was received on trial in 1871-1872 at Hamilton, 1873 St. Catharines/Brome, 1874 East Farnham

FOWLER, Hiram was received on trial in 1856, 1855 Dudswell, 1856 Chaudiere, 1857-1858 Sutton, 1859 BearbrookCumberland (Russell Co.), 1860-1862 Sutton, 1863-1865 Farnham, 1866-1867 Sutton, 1868 Eaton,

FOWLER, Joseph H. M.A. New Connexion, was received on trial in 1863-1864 at Durham, 1862 Ainleyville, 1864 Trafalgar, 1865 Durham (Grey Co.), 1866-1867 Kitley, 1868-1871 Bolton, 1872-1875 Knowlton,

FOWLER, Robert M.D. was born in 1825 in England, was received on trial in 1854 in Oshawa at the Belleville Conference, Wesleyan Methodist, 1853 Nelson, 1854 Oshawa, 1855-1856 Markham, ordained in 1857 at Toronto East, 1858 Wolfe Island, 1858 Hamilton, 1859 Consecon, 1859 Brantford, 1860 Yonge Street South, 1861-1862 Keene/Otonabee (Peterborough Co.), 1863 Frankford (retired), 1864-1866 Sidney, 1867-1869 Colborne, 1869 Cobourg, 1870-1872 Orillia (Simcoe Co.), 1873 Fergus (Wellington Co.), 1874-1876 Ingersoll, 1877-1878 Clinton, 1879-1881 Listowel, Delegate to the First General Conference Toronto 1874, Delegate to the General Conference 1878,

FOX, Thomas was born in 1830 in England, New Connexion, was received on trial in 1860 at Arran, 1861 Paisely, 1862-1863 Mulmur, 1864 Bodmin, 1865-1867 Oxford, 1868-1870 Dunn/Haldimand, 1870 Hants Harbor Nfld, 1871 Trafalgar, 1872-1875 Brock

FRANCIS, B. 1923 Ponoka Alberta (Christian Guardian) Births - Dorothy Markle Francis was born on Dec 3 1923 in Ponoka AB a daughter for Rev. B and Mrs Francis

FRANCIS, G.A. Episcopal, 1880 Seaforth/London,

FRANKISH, John was born in 1843 in England, Primitive, 1871 Pickering (Ontario Co.)

FRASER, C.F. Episcopal, 1851 Toronto (retired)

FRASER, Donald was a missionary of the British Weslyean Conference who came to York in 1831, established a congregation, and built a church. He left the ministry the same year.

FRASER, Hiram A. Methodist Episcopal, 1846 Binbrook, 1848 Caradoc/London, 1851 Niagara,

FRASER, W.J. 1870 Parrsboro N.B.

FRAZEE, Elias Wetmore was received on trial in 1859 at Bayfield, Wesleyan Methodist, 1857 Stratford, 1858 Wawanosh, 1859 Bayfield, 1860 Teeswater, 1861 Berlin (Waterloo Co.), 1862 Peel (Wellington Co.), 1863-1864 Lucknow, 1865 Napier, 1866 Oil Spings/Petrolia, 1867 Petrolia, 1869 desisted irregularly and was ceased to be recognized as a minister. In 1869 he moved to the United States and united with the Detroit Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church. In 1874 he was stationed at Clinton and Macon, Adrian District.

FRAZER, Daniel New Connexion, 1835 St. Thomas, 1836 expelled

FREEMAN, Daniel died in Windham, Ontario in March 10, 1835. He was received on trial in 1808 Methodist Episcopal. In 1790 he came from New Jersey and arrived in Woodhouse Methodist Church Long Point (Niagara),1810-1813 ordained in Ancaster (Wentworth Co.), 1811 located

FREEMAN, R.J. 1857-1858 W. Nissouri (Oxford Co.)

FREEMAN, John W. was born in 1847 in Ontario was married to Amanda and had one son Frank born in 1881, 1881 Eramosa/Erin (Wellington Co.)

FRESHMAN, Charles D.D. was born in 1814 in Hungary and was received on trial in 1860, 1860-1863 Hamilton German Mission, 1864-1867 Preston German Mission, 1868-1869 Brighton, 1870-1871 Lindsay (Victoria Co.), 1874 Lansdowne (Leeds)

FRESHMAN, Jacob was received on trial in 1864, 1864-1865 Preston German Mission, 1866 Hamilton German Mission, 1867 Waterloo German Mission, 1868-1869 Brighton, 1874 Gananoque (Leeds), 1874 Napanee,

FRID, Roy M.A B.D. 1923-1927 Dublin St Guelph (Wellington Co.), spoke at Norfolk Street United Church January 1926, (Christian Guardian) Births - Frid, twin sons were born on Feb 26 1924 in Guelph Ontario sons of Rev. Roy and Mrs Frid

FRIZZLE, Frank was born in PEI and was ordained in 1886,

FROST. H. 1900 South Dummer Asphodel Twp.,

FULCHER, G.H. 1876-1878 Merlin (London)

FULL, William was born in PEI and was ordained in 1871,

FULLER, Manly New Connexion, was received on trial in 1869 at Paisley

FULTON, Silas C. 1870 Fredericton N.B.

FURMAN, Edwin Methodist Episcopal, 1841 Binbrook,

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