Faull, James, 1840-1897

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Faull, James, 1840-1897

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1840-1897

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James Faull was born in Crowan, Cornwall County, England on January 6th, 1840. In the mid 1860s he left England for America to minister to copper miners in Upper Michigan but was instead sent to the L’Anse Indian reservation where he served as a missionary and teacher.

In May, 1871 he came to Eastern Ontario upon the invitation of Rev. S.W. LaDu, a presiding elder in the Methodist Episcopal Church.
James Faull served charges in St. Lawrence District, Inverary and Kingston, Mallorytown, Inkerman, Easton’s Corners, Tamworth, Centreville, Milford, Sidney, Bayside and Shannonville.

He died in December 18, 1897 surrounded by his wife Catherine and their family.

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