Halton Hills and North Halton newspapers
Methodist's Day at Glenwilliams
Publication:
Georgetown Herald (Georgetown, ON), 19 Nov 1902, p. 2


Description
Media Type:
Newspaper
Item Type:
Articles
Notes:
Glenwilliams Methodist church; Rev. G. Richardson; Dr. Buck, Palermo; Rev. G. Smitherman; Rev. Dr. Williamson, Burlington; Rev. J.R. Patterson, Grand Valley; Rev. D.A. Moir, Oakville; Rev. Mr. Hunter, Erin; Rev. J.H. Dyke; Rev. Austin Potter, Georgetown; Choir; Miss Annie Noble, Norval; Baptist Male Quartet; R. Logan; Benjah Williams; Morris Kennedy; Henry Grass; George Kennedy; Charles Williams; Jacob Williams; Trustees of the Methodist Episcopal church; James Stewart; Thomas Brown; Nathaniel Brown; Sabbath School; Jacob williams; Robert Futhy; John Cook; Charles Williams; Rev. Jos Alexander; Elder Clark; Berry; John Rutledge; Jos. Dunbar; David Williams; C. Williams; John Knott; Robert Alexander; Malcolm McVicar; Harold Foster; Hugh Foster; Duff Foster; Moffat Foster; William Tost; W. McGregor; Thomas Whitham; Theo. Norton; Robert Logan; James Owens; John Wheeler; Jos. Marshment; Adams, Brampton; F. Volmer, Brampton; Georgetown Electric Light and Power Co. of Glenwilliams; W.P. Moore, Georgetown; Valey City Seating Co.; James Crockard; Miss Lena McGregor; Willing Helper's Union; Mrs. Irvin Williams; Miss Kate Leslie; Mrs. Will Mullin; Mrs. W. Logan; Miss Mary Graham; Miss Josie Hutchison; Jos. Williams; W.H. Willson; William McGregor; T. Whetham

Date of Publication:
19 Nov 1902
Local identifier:
Halton.News.85945
Language of Item:
English
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Methodist's Day at Glenwilliams