MEGANTIC COUNTY & ST-SYLVESTRE, QUEBEC GENEALOGY, COMMUNITY HISTORY, MIGRATION HISTORY
Megantic County Writings by Canon H. Brazel: As printed in the ‘Outlet,’ 1983-1994: History of the 28 Anglican Churches in the Former Deanery of Levis, and History of Churches of other Protestant Denominations in Megantic County, Quebec.
Gwen Barry, compiler, self published: 1999, 300 pages.
It is a compilation of articles on the history of various Protestant churches, primarily Anglican, in the former Deanery of Levis. The Deanery included parishes along the north and south shores of the St Lawrence River around Quebec City, and as far south as Megantic County. The articles on the various churches were researched and written over a twelve year period by Canon H. Brazel, and published monthly in The Outlet. It was, at the time, an organ of St Luke’s Anglican Church, Magog, Quebec, and is now privately owned. Brazel’s articles were compiled with the permission of Canon Brazel, and of the Rector, St Luke’s Anglican Church, Magog. This book is provided free of charge, except for costs to cover materials and shipping.
Note: Copies are held by the Quebec Anglican Diocesan Archives, Bishop’s University, Lennoxville, Quebec, and The Eastern Townships Research Centre, McGeer Library, Bishop’s University, Lennoxville, Quebec.
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