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BURIALS

BOOK 5 - ST. FRANCIS & ST. PATRICK, PARISH RECORDS INCLUDED

 
 


Notes:

    Cover: Baptisms and Marriages Jan 1887 [sic] to Aug 1918, St. Francis, St. Peters [St. Patrick should be listed here].

    Title Page: Register of Baptisms and Marriages in the Parishes of St. Francis [St. Francis Harbour] and St. Patrick [Guysborough Intervale]. Jan 1st 1888. [Two baptism records dated 1882-1883 are included.]


Newspaper clippings inserted, hand-dated 1947:

    "Renovate Old Church at St. Francis Harbor. Repairs are under way this week on the 80 year old church at St. Francis Harbor, one of the oldest churches in the diocese, and the men on the job finding many things of interest. One of the main jobs is to replacement of heavy hewn hardwood beams on which the pillars rest and which have become rotten with age. Other and more extensive repairs are needed to the vestry, a building which was used as a church by the original Irish settlers and was made vestry to the present church when it started in 1867. This old building, formerly a residence, is 150 years old. The first Irish Settlers arrived at St. Francis Harbor and Roman Valley from Newfoundland in the years 1812-1815 and Mass in those earliest days was offered in the homes of the settlers. The present vestry was taken over later. Rev. Will MacIsaac parish priest, reports that the repair work is cold work as the church is situated on a hill overlooking Chedibucto Bay and the ocean winds are anything but warm these days".

    "Social! Guysboro Intervale Hall. Friday Nov 7. In aid of St. Francis Harbor Church. Music - Violin piano and guitar. Ladies - 50 cents; Gents - 75 cents. 11-6 - 1 p."

Scan: 005_01_X1_0003.


Paper inserted:

   "Subscribed Towards - A.G. McAvery $.25." Scan: 005_01_X1_000

 

BOOK 5