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See Branches of Plymouth Brethren to explain abbreviation types (although in short: OB (& TW-P) are Halls & Chapels within the "open brethren" (although GH's (generally) maintain a separate network from the Chapels and other OB assemblies). EB/TW/TW-N/KLC/Ames/PBCC/NT are "Careful" Brethren (similar to OB Halls), and BC are (generally) independent community churches with early or indirect PB influence, and will (usually) not consider themselves "Brethren"). AA = African American; FWG = Grant Brethren; OB-F = French-speaking Open Brethren; OB-F&E = both French & English Open Brethren; Assemblies not otherwise labeled (language-wise) are assumed predominantly English-speaking.

The above primer link expands on the abbreviations, and also contains introduction to this (and other) sheets within the overall History. There have been scores of branches with their own distinctive networks and strengths within the history of the PB, and many branches continue to flourish today, and while no assembly or gathering is identical to the others, each is thought to maintain a fervent desire for simplicity in gathering around the Lord Jesus, though practices and secondary doctrines may vary culturally and/or preferentially as autonomous (yet inter-dependent) local churches.

Assemblies are sorted geographically, and will, D.V., eventually have further history within. Red links on Brethrenpedia are presently undeveloped, and blue links contain data. Appreciate patience with our progress, and if you'd like to help, please contact any of the editing team, preferably via social media.


Contents

Central QC

Quebec City

  • Assemblee Evangelique de Sainte-Foy, QC (OB-F) +1954/1970-2020+
    • Salle Evangelique Belvedere +1954; Chapelle Evangelique 1955-1959; Salle Evangelique Belvedere 1960-1965+; Chapelle Evangelique Belvedere Avenue 1966-1969; Quebec City French Christian Assembly 1970-1987+;

Centre-du-Quebec

Arthabaska

Victoriaville

Drummondville

Durham-Sud

Kingsey Falls

  • Sydenham Place Meeting Room, QC (EB) 1843-1894+
    • Kingsey Falls Assembly (EB) 1843-1856+; Kingsey Meeting Room +1878-1879+
    • This assembly is potentially the first assembly started in Canada, founded by William Craig Baynes.
      • Baynes later (1856) founded Natural History Hall in Montreal, which is thought to be the oldest existing assembly in Quebec.

Saint-Guillaume

Lanaudiere (Greater Montreal suburbs)

Les Moulins

Terrebonne

Matawinie

Rawdon

Saint-Michel-des-Saints

Laurentides (Greater Montreal suburbs)

Antoine-Labelle

La Macaza

L'Annonciation

Argentuil

Dunany

Lachute

  • Tent meetings (OB) 1931
    • "John Spreeman and James H. Blackwood (5484 Lafond St., Rosemont, Montreal) are operating the Montreal tent here and are encouraged seeing numbers come in to hear the Gospel." (Our Record, 1931:9)

Les Laurentides

Amherst

Harrington

Les Pays-d'en-Haut

Sixteen Island Lake

Mauricie

La Tuque

Maskinonge

Saint-Boniface

Trois-Rivieres (Three Rivers)

Cap de la Madeleine

Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean

Chambord

Girardville

Quen-Nord

Saguenay

  • Assemblee Chretienne de Jonquiere, QC (OB-F) 1947-2020+;
    • Arvida Gospel Hall (F&E?) 1955-1959; Arvida Christian Brethren Church 1960; L'Eglise Des Freres Chretiens 1961-1967; L'Eglise des Freres Chreleens 1968-1969; Eglise des Freres Chretiens 1970-1972; Eglise Evangelique, Kenogami 1973-1983+; Eglise des Freres Chretiens +1987+; Eglise Evangelique +1989-2003;

Shawinigan

  • Assemblee Chretienne de Shawinigan, QC (OB-F) 1950-2020+
    • Salle Evangelique Gospel Hall 1956-1962; Assemblee Chretienne Gospel Hall 1963-1970; Assemblee Chretienne 1971-1986; Assemblee Evangelique 1987+;

North QC

Cote-Nord

Manicouagan

Baie Comeau

Nord-du-Quebec

Chibougamau

Jamesie

Lebel-sur-Quevillon

Southcentral QC (Greater Montreal suburbs)

Laval

Longueuil

Monteregie

Beauharnois-Salaberry

Beauharnois

Brome-Missisquoi

Bedford

Cowansville

Farnham

Sutton

Sutton Junction

Le Haut-Richelieu

Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu

Le Haut-Saint-Laurent

Howick

Huntingdon

Ormstown

Haute-Yamaska

Granby

Valleyfield

Waterloo

Les Maskoutains

Saint Hugues

Saint Hyacinthe

Marguerite-D'Youville

Sainte-Julie

Pierre-De Saurel

Sorel-Tracy

Le Vallee-du-Richelieu

Beloeil (Greater Montreal

Vaudreuil-Soulanges

Hudson

Riviere-Beaudette

Montreal

  • Assemblee Chretienne Maranatha, Montreal, QC (OB-F) 1961-2000+
    • Maranatha French Assembly 1961-1964; Maranatha Assemblee Chretienne 1965; Assemblie Chretienne Evangeligne de St. Denis 1966; La Chapelle Chretienne Evangelique 1967-1969;
  • Bethel Gospel Chapel, Montreal, QC (OB AA) 1900/+1943-2020+
    • Montreal Gospel Hall +1904-1960+; St. Antoine St. Gospel Hall / Atwater Meeting (OB) +1904-1936+; (OB AA) +1943-1961+; Bethel Gospel Hall (OB AA) 1961-1978;
  • Grace Gospel Hall, Pincourt, QC (OB-F&E) +1926/1983-2020+
    • Park Extension Gospel Hall 1926+; St. Roch Street Gospel Hall +1936+; Jean Talon Gospel Hall +1943-1948+; Ogilvy Avenue Gospel Hall +1950-1982; Assemblee Evangelique Grace +2013+
  • Newman Place Christian Assembly, QC (TW-N) 1953-2019+
    • 2025 City Councillors St (TW) 1910-1953
    • Natural History Hall (NHH/Montreal) 1880-1910
    • Nordheimers Hall; The Long Room; St. Georges Hall; (EB) 1860's-1880
    • home of William Craig Baynes (1809-1887) (OB?) 1856-1860's
    • Bible & Tract Depot @ 97 City Councillors St. +1923-1927+; 2031 City Councillors St. +1933-1944+
    • c/o William Craig Baynes 1856-1879+; T.M. Taylor +1889+; Frederick Hart +1889-1894+; James M. Aird +1894-1923+; D.R. Blackader +1894-1901+; W.F. Hart +1901-1903+; Henry Hammond +1901-1908+; E.C.B. Featherstonhaugh +1903-1944+; F.W. Collier +1905+, +1911-1923+; R.H. Blennerhassett +1923-1933+; E.G. Millard +1927-1949+; S.H. McDoell +1933+; D.H. Taylor +1944+; William C. Martin +1944+; H.W. Racey +1949+; J.L. Grimsgaard +1949-1962+; Ernest W. Wakefield +1951-1973+; R.J. Blennerhassett +1951+; W.G. Blennerhassett +1951+; R. Beacham +1962-1966+; Morton H. Mearns +1962-1973+; Hazen E. Galbraith +1966-1973+; William H. Smeall +1973-1985+; J. Edmund Beacham +1985-2005+; David Martin +1985-1999+; John Arendt +1985-2005+; more recent unlisted;
  • Rosemount Bible Church, Montreal, QC (OB) 1953/1989-2020+
    • Ebenezer Gospel Hall (OB) 1928-1953; Ebenezer Gospel Chapel (OB) 1953-1989;
    • hive from St. Antoine St. Gospel Hall on the eve of the Great Depression
    • @ E. 4th (between Holt & Dandurand) tent meetings July-Aug 1929; Holt & 11th 1929-1930; 2900 Rosemount Blvd. (6e & Rosemount) 1930-1953; 6000 13th Ave. 1953-2020+;
    • c/o George Henry Dixon +1936+; John Dawson +1943-1954; George Henry Dixon 1955+; J.W. Whitelaw 1956-1958; J.C. Whitelaw @ Rosemount 1959-1971; Rodrique Mathieu @ Rosemount 1972; J.C. Whitelaw @ Ville D'Anjou 1973-1979; Murray Down @ Mont St. Hilair 1980-1987+; M.J. Dawson +1989-2000+; Dr. David Dawson @ Mount Royal +2003-2020+
  • Assemblee Francaise de Rosemount, Montreal, QC (OB-F) +1954-1974
    • Salle Evangelique Gospel Hall, Montreal (OB-F) +1954-1969
    • @ 5580 14th Ave., Rosemount +1954-1962; 6000 13th Ave., Rosemount (@ Ebenezer Gospel Chapel) 1963-1974
    • c/o Rolland Labonte (b. 1922 Ste-Pie-De-Guire, QC - d. 2011 Drummondville, QC) +1954-1956; 1963; Rodrique Mathieu @ Rosemount 1964-1965; Rolland Labonte @ St. Laurent 1966-1970; Rodrique Mathieu @ Rosemount 1971-1974;
    • merged with Ebenezer Gospel Chapel in 1963.
  • Westend Bible Chapel, Montreal, QC (OB) +1904/+1985-2020+
    • St. Antoine St. Gospel Hall (OB) +1904-1936+; Draper Avenue Gospel Hall (OB) +1943-1948+; Grace Chapel of Montreal +1950-1960; Cote St. Luc Bible Chapel 1961-1983+; West End Christian Fellowship +1985-2014+;
    • @ 289 St. Antoine St. +1904+; 525 St. Antoine St. +1927+; 2481 St. Antoine St. 1933-(1937+-1942); 5867 Cote St., Antoine Rd. +1943-1960; 8182 Wavell Rd. @ Cote St. Luc, Montreal West 1961-1964; Westminster School @ Guelph Rd. 1963-1966; 5700 Einstein Ave. 1967-1983+; 6870 Terrebonne St. +1985-1987+; 386 Lansdowne Ave. +1989-2013; 6277 St. Jacques West 2014+; 7611 Centrale St., La Salle +2016-2020+;
    • c/o James Peter Keith (1894-1982) +1927+; James I. Duguid +1927+; Thomas Saunders +1936-1943+; Joseph I. Duguid +1948-1950+; Thomas Saunders +1954-1956+; D.I.R. McIves +1958-1961; S.I.R. McIver @ St. Rosemere 1962-1966; D.F. Rice 1967-1970; O.R. Bacon 1971-1972; D.C. Tipper 1973-1980+; G.A. Campbell @ Lery +1982-1987+; R. Langley +1989-2000+; T. Moorhouse +2003-2006; Eric Rumsby 2007-2013; Alan Lambert 2014-2018+; John Zwaagstra +2020+

Pierrefonds-Roxboro

  • Westview Bible Church, Pierrefonds, QC (OB BC) 1985-2012 (BC) 2012-2020+
    • @ Dorval United Church, 750 Dawson Ave. 1985-1987; 16789 Pierrefonds Blvd. +1989-2020+
    • c/o Norman Gentry @ Pointe-Claire 1985-1991; Dr. Richard Kimoff 1992-1993; J. Kass 1994-2000+; David Knight +2003-2008; Steve MacDonald 2009-2013

Pointe-Claire

  • Bethel Chapel, Pointe Claire, QC (OB) 1960-2020
    • @ Lakeside Rec Hall, Coolbreeze, Metro Bdg. 1960-1963; 105 Dieppe Ave. 1964-2020;
    • c/o R.E. Benner 1960-1961; W.J. Hamilton 1962-1963; James Hamilton 1964; Joseph Dumka 1965; W.J. Hamilton @ Beaconsfield 1968-1969; Wylam Price @ Dollard-des-Ormeaux 1970-1974; Richard Kimoff @ Beaconsfield 1975-1977; William Lines @ Chomedy, Haval 1978-1987+; Leslie Tulett @ Pointe Claire +1989-2000+; Real Frenette @ Montreal +2003-2020;
    • see Bethel Community Church

Verdun

  • Bethany Gospel Chapel, Verdun, QC (OB) 1964-1984
    • Hebron Gospel Hall, Verdun (FWG) ? (OB) +1936-1964
      • aka Wellington St. Gospel Hall +1936-1964;
    • @ 5734 Wellington St. +1936+; 5134 Wellington St. +1943-1959; 5132 Wellington St. 1960-1986;
    • c/o David Mills @ 3430 Decarie Blvd., Montreal +1936+;
    • c/o R.J. Kane @ Montreal +1943+;
    • c/o William Ophenius Stucker (b. 1887 Georgetown, British Guiana - d. 1964 Montreal, QC) @ Montreal +1948-1964;
    • c/o Dr. Henry Maiben Candlish (1897-1991 Montreal, QC) 1967-1977;
      • raised PB in Montreal; son of Henry Candlish (b. 1861 QC) & Isabella Martha "Bella" Gordon Candlish (b. 1864 QC), who were both Presbyterian until becoming PB (possibly) by 1891, but definitely by 1901.
    • c/o R.J. Belcher @ Beaconfield 1978-1986;

Southeast QC

Bas-Saint-Laurent

Kamouraska

La Pocatiere

Sainte-Pascal

Riviere-du-Loup

La Mitis

Price

Mont-Joli

  • Chretiens Assembles, Sainte-Flavie, QC (OB-F) +1991-2000+
    • @ 850 Route Jacques Cartier +1991-2000+
    • c/o Valmont Dupont @ Ste-Angele-de-Merici +1991-1995; Michel Bosse @ Sainte Angele 1996-2000+;

Rimouski

Temiscouata-sur-de-Lac

  • Assemblee Chretienne du Temiscouata, QC (OB-F) 1989-2020+
    • Assemblee Chretienne de Cabano 1989-2010;
    • @ 805 Centre St. +2020+
    • c/o Herve Michaud 1999-2000+; J.M. Michaud +2003-2009; Andre Lepage +2013-2020+

Chaudiere-Appalaches

Levis

  • Assemblee Evangelique de la Rive Sud, St. Jean Chrysostome, QC (OB-F) 1983-2020+
    • Assemblee Evangelique 1986-1987+;
    • @ 90 Progres St., St. Romuald 1987+; 310 Third Ave., St. Romuald +1989; 425 Third Ave., St. Romuald 1990-1994; 1029 de la Prairie W. 1995-2020+
    • c/o Andre Guay 1986-1994; Francois Frechette 1995-2020+;

Montmagny

Saint-Just-de-Bretenieres

Nouvelle-Beauce

Sainte-Marie-De-Beauce

Thetford Mines

  • Assemblee Chretienne, Thetford Mines, QC (OB-F) 1951-2020+
    • Salle Evangelique 1951-1972;
    • @ 413 Ste. Julie +1954-1972; 93 rue Belleau 1973-1976; 725 rue Simoneau 1977-2020+
    • c/o Omer Bilodeau (1910-1977) +1954-1965;
    • c/o Lucien Turcotte @ Ste. Marthe (b. 1907 Megantic or Saint-Pierre-de-Broughton, QC) 1966-1971;
      • son of Simeon Turcotte (b. 1876 QC) & Victoria Labbe Turcotte (1878-1921 QC), R.C. +1911-1921+
        • Victoria dau. of Louis Labbe (1834-1908 QC) & Adele Doyon Labbe (1839-1925 QC)
    • c/o O. Bilodeau 1972-1986; Norman Bilodeau 1987-2000, 2004-2020+; Charlemagne Jean-Pois +2003;

Estrie

Coaticook

  • Coaticook Assembly, QC in homes (OB-F) +1954-1959
  • Coaticook Meeting Room, QC (EB) +1881-1894+
    • c/o Robert William Herring, Sr. (b. 1833 Bawtry, Nottinghamshire, England - d. 1920 Montreal, QC).
      • Robert Sr. was the son of William Herring & Jane Walsham; He was baptized in 1833 by Robert Kirkus in a Congregational chapel at Ranskill & Bawtry in Yorkshire, Nottinghamshire, which was founded in 1819 by the Sheffield Itinerant Society. Kirkus pastored it 1831-1840, he studied at Rotherham College, and was from Patrington.
      • 1920 obit from The Ottawa Citizen: "Robert Herring, who claimed to be the first commercial traveler in Canada is dead here. The late Mr. Herring, who was 87 years of age, came to Canada over seventy years ago (1836) from Bawtery, Yorkshire. Mr. Herring entered the dry goods business of Messrs. Winks on St. Paul street. Mr. Herring's territory included Toronto, Hamilton, London, Kingston, Ottawa (which was then called Bytown), and various smaller places along that route."
      • Robert had a son, Robert William Herring, Jr., b. 1862 Ontario.
        • Kirkus info from "Congregationalism in Yorkshire" by Miall & Scales, pub. 1868.

Waterville

  • Waterville Meeting Room, QC (EB preaching point) +1889+; (TW) +1985+
    • c/o Mrs. Bell +1889+; Raymond Ouellet +1985+; John Turner +1985+;

Cookshire-Eaton

Granit

Megantic

  • Eglise Reformee Baptiste Eveil a la Grace de Lac-Megantic, QC (OB-F Reformed Baptist) +2014+
    • @ 4756 Champlain, Lac Megantic
    • c/o Richard Gagnon
      • Dr. Richard Gagnon & Dr. Johnson C. Philip founded a French bible correspondence school called Trinity Canada, which was initially partly hosted thru this Reformed Baptist church;
        • Johnson Philip is the webmaster and co-founder of BrethrenPedia 2.0 (this site).

Les Sources

Danville

Memphrémagog

Ayer's Cliff

  • Ayer's Cliff Gospel Chapel, QC (OB) 1961-2020+
    • Ayer's Cliff Christian Brethren Assembly 1961-1962
    • c/o Donald Switzer 1961-1962; Walter Scott 1965-1967;
    • c/o Dr. Jim Walker (b. 1906 Springfield, MA; lived 1911-1921+ Stanstead, QC; 1930 Springfield, MA; 1935 Washington, D.C.; d. 1993 Hatley, Estrie, QC) 1963-1964, 1968-1976; 1979-1989;
    • c/o Emerson Elliott 1977-1978; Tom Robertson 1994-2003; Alec Van Zuiden 2004-2020+; Edwin Down 2004-2020+;
    • @ 873 Clough St. (built 1901) +1990-2020+
    • alum: Rena (Pibus) Aiken (1946-2014), wife of Stanley Aiken;

Eastman

Hatley

  • Minton preaching point (EB) +1889-1901+
    • c/o Mrs. J. Dean +1889-1894+; Mrs. E. Dean +1896+; Mrs. John Dean +1901+

Magog

  • Cherry River Gospel Chapel, Magog, QC (OB) +1954-2000+
    • @ home meetings +1954-1977+; Courtemanche Rd. +1989-2000+;
    • c/o David Ross Wilson (b. 1896 Montreal, QC, m. Carleton, Ottawa, Ontario, d. 1984) +1954; George Brier (b. 1930 Matane, QC - d. 2008 Magog, QC) 1955-2000+;

Stanstead

  • Stanstead Christian Assembly, QC (OB-F&E) 1948-2020+
    • Stanstead Gospel Chapel (OB) 1948-1987+; L'Assemblee Chretienne (OB-F&E) +1989-2020+
    • @ 9 Chemin Hackett St. +1963-1987+, 1996-2020+; 11 Chemin Hackett St. +1989-1995;
    • c/o Gordon John August Warnholtz (b. 1919 Hespeler, Waterloo, Ontario - d. 2007 Sherbrooke, QC) +1954-1955; W.R. Langley @ Masonville 1956-1960; Sid Young @ Dufferin St. 1962; Walter Scott @ Ayer's Cliff 1963-1964, +1989+; Murray Down @ Ayer's Cliff 1965-1967; Walter Scott 1968-1969; Sydney Young 1970-1987+; Walter Scott @ Ayer's Cliff +1989-2014+;

Sherbrooke

  • Assemblee Chretienne Source de Vie, QC (OB-F) 1988-2020+
    • @ 155 Belvidere St. 1988-1997; 6 Church St. 1998-2000+; 219 Queen Blvd. +2003+; 267 Montreal St. +2009-2020+;
    • c/o Pierre Pellerin +1989-1997; Jacques Houle 1998-2020+; Eric Dallaire +2016-2020+
  • Christian Community La Promesse, Sherbrooke, QC (OB-F) 1946-2020+
    • aka Assemblee Chretienne de Sherbrooke 1946-2018+
    • @ 23A King W. +1954-1955; 715 des Ormeaux St. 1956-2020+;
    • c/o Arnold John Myers Reynolds @ Lennoxville (b. 1917 Montreal, QC - d. 2004 Sherbrooke, QC) 1946-1958, 1965-1986;
    • c/o M.A. Thiffault 1959-1963; Claude Queval +1987-1995; Pierre Pellerin @ Canton d'Ascot 1998-2000+, 2004+; Michel Corcoran +2003; Denis Grenier +2006-2020+;
      • "Arthur" Millrite Thiffault? (b. Tite, Papua, Indonesia - d. 1966 Sherbrooke, QC)
  • Grace Chapel, Sherbrooke, QC (OB) 1936-2020+
    • @ home of Arthur C. Hill, M.D. @ 39 Dufferin Rd. +1936+; 267 Montreal St. 1942-2020+
      • aka 19 +1943+; 27 +1948-1958; 267 1959-1964; 265 1965-1987+; 267 +1989-2020+
    • c/o Arthur Clare Hill, M.D. (b. 1907/1908 London, Ontario - d. 1991 Sherbrooke, QC) 1936-1983+, 1986-1987+ William Haffenden +1985+; F. Hatch @ Lennoxville +1989-1994; Douglas Buchanan @ Lennoxville 1995-1998; Richard Strout @ Lennoxville 1999-2000+, 2004+, 2008-2020+; John W. Rivett @ Sawyerville +2003-2006; Douglas Beattie @ Sawyerville 2007-2020+;
  • Sherbrooke Meeting Room, QC (EB) +1878-1908; (TW) 1909-1973+
    • c/o James Thompson +1878-1927+; Francis Mather, Jr. +1889+; Francis Mather +1894-1903+; Frederick Davis +1896+, +1911-1927+; W.H. Thompson +1911-1917+, +1944-1951+; Robert Mouland +1944-1951+; Alexander Hodge +1949-1966+; Robert J. Mouland (same?) +1962-1973+; H.N. Atkinson +1962-1966+; L.G. Holwill +1973+;

Lennoxville

  • Hope Community Church, Lennoxville, QC (OB) 1955-1990 (BC) 1990-2020+
    • Huntingville Christian Church (OB) +1970-1977+; Huntingville Community Church 1970's-2011;
    • @ 3975 Rte. 147, 1956-1970; 1399 Campbell Ave. +1989-2000+; 1501 Campbell Ave. +2003-2004; 1399 Campbell Ave. +2006-2011; 102 Queen St., Sherbrooke 2011-2020+;
      • the first location was formerly the Huntington Universalist Church (1844-1951), that denomination's first building in Canada.
    • c/o Andrew J. Patton +1961-1964+; Dr. William John Klinck (b. 1911 Waterloo, ON - d. 2005 Sherbrooke, QC) @ Lennoxville +1970-1983+; Lynwood Taylor 1989-1992; Rob Daley 1990-1996; Mrs. Cathy Little +2003-2004+; Laurie Strout +2006-2008; John Haffenden 2008; Kim Davis 2009-2013; Paula Crozier 2014-2020+
    • civil pastors: David Dytynyshyn ?-2007; Randy Crozier 2007-2017; Hudson Taylor Wells 2017-2020+;
    • alum: Charlotte Edith Wells Theobald Warnholtz (b. 1922 Moose Jaw, SK - d. 2020 Sherbrooke, QC)
      • dau. Stanley Wells, in fellowship in 1916 @ either Regina Gospel Hall (+1927-2018+) or Moose Jaw Gospel Hall (+1908-2018+)
        • In 1916, Stanley was living with Lewis Rose Ferrier (b. 1883 Inverness, Scotland, emig. 1910 to Canada, lived Regina, SK 1913-1921+, d. 1970 Calgary, AB) & his wife Amy Glennie Ferrier (b. 1886 Inverness, Scotland, emig. 1914 to Canada, lived Calgary, AB 1949-1965, d. 1965 Calgary, AB).
  • Lennoxville Meeting Room, QC (TW) +1889/+1923-1933+
    • Johnville Meeting Room (EB) +1889-1908; (TW) 1909-1917+; Lennoxville preaching point +1944+
    • c/o Dr. John Racey III (b. 1834 Montreal, QC - d. 1906 Lennoxville, QC) +1889-1906;
    • c/o John Racey IV (b. 1865 Quebec City, QC - d. 1944 Lennoxville, QC) 1906-1933+; Miss Daisy A. Racey +1944+
      • family lived in Quebec City +1846-1881+;
      • Dr. John Racey's III father, Dr. John Racey II (b. 1809 Montreal, QC - d. 1847 Quebec City, QC) also a medical doctor, and Anglican; Dr. John Racey II's father was John Racey I (b. 1783 Bath, England, m. 1809 Quebec City, QC, d. 1856 London, England) and was employed in 1822 (with his brother Benjamin) at Beaufort Brewery in QC.
      • John III's brother George Wise Racey (b. 1846 Quebec City, QC - d. 1913 York, Ontario) was an Anglican preacher.

Val-Saint-Francois

Richmond

  • Melbourne Richmond Meeting Room, QC (EB) +1878-1903+; (TW) +1917-1933+
    • c/o Quintin McGill +1878-1903+; Hon. H. Aylmer +1889-1894+; George Walker +1896+, +1903+; Eber Pope +1901+; A.W. Robinson +1917-1927+; E.F. Pope +1917-1933+; A. St. L. Trigge +1933+
  • Richmond Meeting Room, QC (EB) +1889+; (TW) +1914+; +1944-1966+
    • c/o W.H. Forster +1889+; E. Pope +1914+; G.E. Francis Pope +1944-1966+;

Gaspesie-Iles-de-la-Madeleine

Bonaventure

  • Cullen's Brook Gospel Hall, QC (OB) +1936-1993
    • c/o Allan Campbell (1855-1941 Cullen's Brook, QC) +1936-1941; Roland Neil Campbell (b. 1893 Bonaventure River Settlement, QC - d. 1956 Campbellton, NB) +1948-1960; Edson Sinclair (b. 1908 Cullen's Brook, QC - d. 1965 Maria, QC) 1961-1967; Ivan Sinclair 1968-1993;
      • m. Alice Rena Tozer (1916-1982) very distant cousin of "A.W." Aiden Wilson Tozer (1897-1963)
  • Hopetown Gospel Hall, QC (OB) 1895-1950+
    • c/o McCaffery 1895+; Lyman 1895+; Roland Hayes (b. 1892 Hope Town, QC - d. 1976 QC) +1936-1950+
  • New Carlisle Bible Chapel, QC (OB) +1943-2020+
    • New Carlisle Gospel Chapel 1968-1977+
    • @ 40 Green St. 2000-2020+
    • c/o G.L. Campbell +1943+; Ivan Glenburn Coull (1868-1955 New Carlisle, QC) +1948+; Hudson "Hut" Sinclair (b. 1896 Bonaventure, QC - d. 1965 New Carlisle, QC) +1950+; George Campbell +1954-1967; Jarvis Flowers 1968-1974; Francis G. Flowers 1975-1979; Jarvis S. Flowers 1980-1983; Jim Mitchell 1994-1999; Jarvis S. Flowers 2000-2020+

Cascapedia

Cloridorme

New Richmond

Kelvin R. Carmichael +1982-1986+; Phil Baxter 1994-1997; Daniel Dugas 2004-2020+

Port Daniel - Gascons

  • Port Daniel Gospel Hall, QC (OB) 1915-1955; +1958-1960+
    • aka Port Daniel West Gospel Hall +1936-1955;
    • c/o H.L. Campbell 1915+; A.H. Stewart 1915+; James Hayes (b. 1894 Port Daniel, QC - d. 1960 Bonaventure, QC) +1936-1960

Sainte-Anne-des-Monts

  • Assemblee Chretienne de Ste-Anne-Des-Monts, QC (OB-F) 1972-2020+
    • home meetings +1982-1983+
    • @ 15 W. 1e Ave. +1987-1989; 447 W. 1st 1990-2020+
    • c/o Don Cox 1972-1980; Jean Lepine 1980-1988; Rejean Joly 1988-1990; Norbert Chabot +1987-2003; Dany Sohier 2004-2008; Rene Lepage 2009-2018+; Martial Cyr +2013-2014+; Gabriel Paquin 2011-2020+;

Southwest QC

Abitibi-Temiscamingue

Rollet

  • Assemblee Chretienne de Rollet, QC (OB-F) 1940-2020+
    • Rollet French Assembly (OB-F) +1954-1962; Assemblee Chretienne Francaise de Rollet 1961-1972; Assemblee Chretienne de N. Lemay 1973-1986;
    • @ Protestant School, Range 9 & 10 +1954-1960; Principale St. +1989-2008; 744 Principale 2009-2020+;
    • c/o Vincent Davey @ Noranda (b. 1907 Peterborough, Ontario - d. 1995 Montreal, QC) +1954-1962+; Gaston Jolin 1961-1966; Pierre Ducet 1967-1972; Priscille Demontigny @ Beaudry +1987-2000+; Monique Beaupre +2003; Monique Aumond 2004-2006; Gaston Jolin 2007-2010+; Gerard Jolin 2008; Agathe Jolin +2013-2020+

Rouyn-Noranda

  • Assemblee Chretienne de Rouyn-Noranda, QC (OB-F) 1973-1986; +2013-2020+
    • @ home of Joseph Tremblay, 196 Champlain, Noranda 1973-1975; 35 Frederic-Hebert St. +2013-2020+
    • c/o Joseph Tremblay 1973-1975; Ronald Jolin, 130 15th St. 1976-1977; Roland Jolin 1978-1980+; Alain Noiseux +1982-1986; Jean-Charles Millette +1985-1986; Tony Bissonnette +2013-2020+

Temiscamingue

Notre-Dame-du-Nord

Outaouais

Gatineau

  • Angers preaching point (TW) +1908+
    • c/o Mrs. Clement Aurel
  • Aylmer Meeting Room, QC (TW) +1908-1927+
    • c/o Jas. Gibson +1908-1927+;
  • Gatineau Point Meeting Room, QC (TW) +1914+
    • c/o Samuel Harris
  • Hayworth Meeting Room, QC (EB) +1908+
    • in the Hull neighborhood of Gatineau
    • c/o Isaac Hetherington (d. 1914)
  • Groupe Biblique de l'Outaouais, QC (OB-F) 1987-1993; 1999-2020+
    • @ 39 Dollard St., Hull 1987+; 60 Carillon St. +1989-1993; 174 des Pensees??? (otherwise @ 60 Carillon) 1999-2004+; 60 Carillon St. +2013-2020+
    • c/o Monique Dubreuil 1987+; Wayne Alexander +1989-1991; Serge Desrosiers 1999-2004+; Jack Harvie +2006-2010+; Jacques Dubreuil +2013-2020+
  • River Mead Meeting Room, QC (TW) +1923-1927
    • c/o John McConnell (b. 1854 QC - d. 1946 Ottawa, ON) @ Canton de Hull
      • PB +1891-1921+
      • 1901: Motorman; 1911: RR Switchman; Retired 1923 from the Canadian Pacific Railway;
      • lived @ Wright, Hull, QC +1901-1927?
      • son of Johnathan Alger McConnell (b. 1828 QC) & Sarah Irish McConnell (b. 1831 QC), Methodists
      • 1st wife: 1891 Frances Baulke of Hull, QC, b. Ireland, Presbyterian;
      • 2nd wife: Mary Caroline River McConnell (b. 1854 Louisville, NY - d. 1931 Gatineau, QC); son: Charles Alger McConnell (1897-1947) worked for the Evening Citizen business office in Ottawa; dau. Mrs. George Walsh.
  • Templeton East Meeting Room, QC (EB) +1889-1905+; (TW preaching point) +1908-1911+; (TW) +1917-1927+
    • c/o Sam Carriere +1889+; +1903-1905+; Robert Green +1889-1905+; Mrs. Robert Green +1908-1923+; Mr. Uppee +1917+; Mrs. J. Steel +1917-1927+; Mrs. Mitchell +1923+; A. Hupe +1923-1927+; Henry Hupe +1923+;
  • Templeton West Meeting Room, QC (EB) +1901-1908; (TW) 1909-1927+;
    • Templeton Meeting Room +1914-1923+
    • c/o Samuel Harris +1901-1908+; S.W. Harris +1914-1923+; Allan Turner +1914-1927+

La Peche

Papineau

Cheneville

Lochaber

Pontiac

Bryson

  • Bryson Meeting Room, QC (EB) 1879-1896+; preaching point (EB) +1903+;
    • c/o Louis Pasche 1879-1896+; Mrs. Louis Pache +1903+;

Campbell's Bay

Clarendon

Eardley

Luskville

Otter Lake

  • Otter Lake Meeting Room, QC (EB) 1879-1908; (TW) 1909-1914+
    • c/o F. Pelletier 1879-1894+; Louis Poitras +1896+; Frs. Pelletier +1896-1914+;

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Maryland

Scarf Settlement