In old Missisquoi with history and reminiscences of Stanbridge Academy

In old Missisquoi with history and reminiscences of Stanbridge Academy by Julia H.S. Bugeia and Theodora Cornell Moore.

Trish has emailed me from Vancouver to say she visited a local thrift shop and found a copy of this book and in the book were many clippings and obits. It's possible one of the authors Julia Bugeia or Theodora Moore actually owned this copy of the book.

Now how the little book made it all the way to western Canada is unknown... She has nicely scanned all the articles and you can see them all here ... let me know if you know anything about this book or the authors

Names include: Bugeia, Cornell, Moore, Rixford and Constantine


Contributions to the history of the Eastern Townships


Contributions to the history of the Eastern Townships : a work containing an account of the early settlement of St. Armand, Dunham, Sutton, Brome, Polton, and Bolton : with a history of the principal events that have transpired in each of these townships up to the present time (1866)
 Author: Thomas, C. (Cyrus), 1836-1908
read it here

Cowansville - Brome Methodist 1877-1879


Brome Centre Methodist Church - Quebec

Brome Centre Methodist Church
In the early 1800s, itinerant saddlebags preachers held services at a place called “Pulpit Rock”, located on the north side of the road.
It was not until 1909, that Brome Centre Methodist Church, a little wooden building with an attached side tower and open belfry, was built on Centre Road just south of Iron Hill. John Vernal, a local farmer, donated a piece of his farm for the site.
The new church was on a circuit, which included the West Brome Methodist Church, the Iron Hill Union Church and the Brome Congregational Church.
Around 1922, Brome Centre was put in a charge headed by Knowlton, which also included the Brill and Creek churches.
In 1956, the building was sold.

Cowansville, Methodist Church of Canada Baptisms, marriage, burials with index 1877-1879

You can see the original scanned documents on Family Search here

Frelighsburg Baptist 1850-1879

Frelighsburg Baptist 1850-1879 All See it as a web pager here Se original scans of records here at Family Search HERE