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PEARCE’S HARBOUR, a small fishing settlement on Fogo Island,  Newfoundland, 4 miles from Fogo, and 25 miles from Notre Dame Bay Jct, south of Lewisport, with port there. It has 3 churches (Episcopal, Methodist and Salvation Army), 5 stores, 2 hotels and a telegraph office Pop. 650 ...from Lovell’s 1906 Canada Gazetteer

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PARTRIDGE HILL, a post settlement in the Province of Alberta, on Ross Creek, 25 miles north-east of Strathcona terminal station, on the Calgary & Edmonton branch of the C.P.R. 192 miles north of Calgary. It has 3 churches (Episcopal, Methodist and Presbyterian). Pop. about 150 ...from Lovell’s 1906 Canada Gazetteer

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PASSEKEAG, a post village in Kings County, New Brunswick, on the Kentebecasis River, and on I.C.R., 26 miles from St. John. It contains 1 Methodist church, 1 store, 1 grist mill and 1 telegraph office. Pop. about 100 ...from Lovell’s 1906 Canada Gazetteer

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PARRSBORO. a post town, shipbuilding and extensive shipping point on the north side of Miras Bay. in Cumberland County, Nova Scotia. It is the southern terminus of the Cumberland RR. & Coal ‘Co.’s line, and the shipping port for the Spring Hill coal mines, in the interior of the county. It has 5 churches (Roman Catholic, Presbvterian, Methodist, Baptist and Episcopal), about 25 stores, 4 hotels, 3 banks (agencies of the Union of Halifax, the Nova Scotia and the Commerce Banks), 1 printing and newspaper office (“The Leader”); also 1 manufactory of mocassins, shoe-packs. wood block, planing mill, and wood work factory. 1 manufactory of marine blocks for mounting and repairing wooden vessels, also yards for the building of wooden ships, schooners, etc. About 50 million feet of sawn lumber is annually shipped from this port, besides great quantities of coal. Besides the post office, Parrsboro has also telephone, telegraph and express offices. Pop. 2.800  ...from Lovell’s 1906 Canada Gazetteer

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PARKHURST. a post village in Lotbiniere County. Quebec, 14 miles from St. Asrapit, on the G.T.R., 20 miles south-west of Point Levi. It contains 1 Methodist church, 1 general store, 1 hotel, 1 grist mill and 1 cheese factory. Pop. 250 ...from Lovell’s 1906 Canada Gazetteer

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PARK HEAD, a post village in Bruce County, Ontario,  on Simpson Creek, and on the Wiarton & Owen Sound division of the G.T R. 13 miles west of Owen Sound and 10 miles south of Wiarton. It contains 1 Methodist church. 2 stores, saw and shingle mills, and public hall. Park Head is the junction where the G.T R. line branches off to Wiarton and Owen Sound. Pop. about 200 ...from Lovell’s 1906 Canada Gazetteer

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Church History:

Part of Allenford-Park Head Pastoral Charge.


Park Head United has been the sole church in our village since 1874. The congregation began as a Wesleyan Methodist church and was part of a circuit that included Hepworth and Zion Amabel. In 1891, the original log church was replaced with the current building. The congregation has been part of the United Church of Canada since 1925.

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PARKERSVILLE

A post office in Stephenson Township, Muskoka District, Ontario 3 miles from
Utterson, on the N & N W Division G T R, its nearest railway station, and 11 miles north of Bracebridge, the nearest banking point. It contains Methodist and Presbyterian churches and public school. Pop, 100.

H Jacobs, Postmaster

Parker William, saw mill

…from 1898-99 Eastern Ontario Gazetteer and Directory

PARKERSVILLE, a post village in Muskoka District Ontario, 3 miles from Utterston, on the G.T.R. It contains 2 churches (Methodist and Presbyterian), 1 store, 1 saw and shingle mill. Pop. 130  ...from Lovell’s 1906 Canada Gazetteer

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PARKER, a post settlement in Wellington County, Ontario, 2 miles north of Goldstone Station, on the G.T.R. It contains 1 Methodist church, 1 school, 1 general store. Pop. 26 ...from Lovell’s 1906 Canada Gazetteer

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Robert McKim MPP

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PARHAM

A post office in Hinchinbrooke Township, Frontenac County, Ontario 39 miles north of Kingston, the county seat and nearest banking point, and 2 miles west of Parham Station, on the K & P R, its nearest railway station. It contains Methodist and Anglican churches and a common school. Telegraph G N W. Exp, Dom. Pop, 95.

A. C Wagar Postmaster

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Bertram W A blacksmith
Bertram W N, boots & shoes
Black W D, general store
Granger Francis, hotel
Hecht D, general store
Smith G A, cheesemaker
Swarbrick G T, carriagemaker
Wagar A C, general store

…from 1898-99 Eastern Ontario Gazetteer and Directory

PARHAM, a post village in Frontenac County, Ontario, near Eagle Lake, 2 1/2 miles west of Tichborne (Parham Station), on the Kingston & Pembroke RR. It has 2 churches (Episcopal and Methodist), 2 stores, 1 lumber mill, and 1 cheese factory, besides telegraph and express offices at Parham Station. Pop. 75  ...from Lovell’s 1906 Canada Gazetteer

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John A. Griffiths

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PALMERSTON, an incorporated town, in Wellington County, Ontario, on the G.T.R., at the junction of the Owen Sound, Southampton, Durham and Kincardine branches, 40 miles north of Guelph. It contains 4 churches, 4 hotels, 40 stores, 2 saw, flour and oatmeal mills, 1 carriage factory, 1 pork packing house, 1 branch bank and 2 printing offices issuing weekly papers. Pop. 2,300  ...from Lovell’s 1906 Canada Gazetteer

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Church Architect: William Edward Binning (1851-1928)PALMERSTON, ONT., Methodist Church, 1886 (Christian Guardian [Toronto], 12 Jan. 1887, 3 & 4, descrip.)

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Dr. M. Forester

Susan McCaughrin

Elgin E. Scott

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1875-1877 Rev. William Hayhurst

1881 Rev. George Hartley

1881 Rev. Charles Lavelle

1881 Rev. V.E. Scott

1881-1883 Rev. James Broley

1885 Rev. Thomas C. Bell

1887-1888 Rev. George Henry Cornish

1890 Rev. John Wesley German

1890 Rev. T. Albert Moore

1891-1894 Rev. Christopher Hamilton

1906 Rev. William C. Henderson

1924 Rev. J.  Semple

 

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