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LH0357 St. George's Anglican Church (2)

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Black and white photo of the exterior of St. George’s Anglican Church.
St. George's Memorial Church was originally built on a parcel of land donated to the congregation by Mr. Warren in the 1840s. The little wooden church at the corner of King St. and Park Road held services until a new church was built in 1858. At this time the congregation was moved to John and Centre Sts, where Memorial Park is located today. In 1880 a Parish Hall and Sunday School addition was built. By the twentieth century the notion of a new building was floating around the parish again, with the corner stone of the current St. George's Memorial Church being laid by Major General J.H. McBrien in 1922.
Stamped Thomas Bouckley Collection.
Date of Original:
ca. 1900s
Width: 20.5 cm
Height: 25.5 cm
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Geographic Coverage:
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 43.90012 Longitude: -78.84957
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LH0357 St. George's Anglican Church (2)

Black and white photo of the exterior of St. George’s Anglican Church.