Fonds CONG-364 - Alberton Presbyterian Church (P.E.I.) fonds

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Alberton Presbyterian Church (P.E.I.) fonds

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CA ON00313 CONG-364

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  • 1925-1985 and microfilmed 1990 (originally created 1878-1970) (Creation)

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13 cm of textual records 1 reel of microfilm

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Alberton Presbyterian Church on Prince Edward Island was formed in 1925 by those members of the original Alberton Presbyterian Church (est. 1831) that voted against Church Union and desired to remain part of The Presbyterian Church in Canada. The majority of the members voted to become a United Church.

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Fonds consists of the minutes, communion rolls and other records of Alberton Presbyterian Church in Alberton, Prince Edward Island, including: Session minutes (1925-1970); Congregational Meeting minutes (1939-1969); an Annual Report (1927); three historical sketches of the church written in 1969, 1981 and 1985; and a photocopy of the dedication programme for the church in 1927. Fonds also consists of microfilm copies of some pre-1925 records of the original Alberton Presbyterian Church which entered the United Church of Canada. These are: Baptisms (1891-1898); Burials (1891-1898); Session minutes (1878-1900); and Communion Rolls (1891-1898, 1903-1907).

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Notes Session minutes are restricted for a period of 50 years from the date they were written.

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A file list is available. See FA-4000A at The Presbyterian Church in Canada Archives.

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