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St. Paul's Church and Manse, Simcoe. Large image, please wait...
"St. Paul's Presbyterian Church.  Built at a cost of $11,000 in 1885-86. 
Dedicated Feb. 14th, 1886. The Building Committee consisted of: John Jackson (chairman), 
W. P. Innes
(secretary-treasurer), Judge Livingstone, Wm. Todd, Wm. Sutton
Jas. McBurney, J. G. Matheson, J. T. Chadwick, P. W. McGregor, with George Jackson as superintendent of building operations.  A pipe organ was added in 1905, and some very find memorial windows since then. The Manse [left] was built in 1905 at a cost of $4,000."
Also see:
-- History of St. Paul's Presbyterian Church, 1793-1906

Source: Simcoe and Norfolk County published by Pearce Publishing, 1924
(Out of print. Copy available for inspection at Norfolk Historical Society.)
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