KeywordKnox Presbyterian Church (St. Catharines, Ont.)--History.
Cathedral of St. Catherine of Alexandria (St. Catharines, Ont.)--History.
Memorial United Church (Ridgeway, Ont.)
Ridley College (St. Catharines, Ont.)--Memorial Chapel.
St. Paul Street United Church (St. Catharines, Ont.)--History.
St. Catharines (Ont.)--Churches.
Ridgeway (Ont.)--Church history.
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AbstractThis collection contains 7 church programs and brochures, ranging in date from 1937 to 1994. There are programs for church services at Knox Presbyterian Church, St. Catharines (May 9, 1937); St. Catherine of Alexandria Cathedral, St. Catharines (July 28, 1968) ; Memorial United Church, Ridgeway (October 15, 1972); Salem Chapel, British Methodist Episcopal Church, St. Catharines (November 30, 1986); and Ridley College Memorial Chapel, St. Catharines (December 3 & 4, 1994). There is also a brochure of activities offered at St. Paul Street United Church, St. Catharines (1986), and a development fund appeal brochure for the Cathedral of St. Catherine, St. Catharines (1985).
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The 19th Century Tombstone Database Project Records, 1901-1988 (non-inclusive)Voronina, Oksana; Williams, Edie; Adams, Anne (2013-06-25)The 19th Century Tombstone Database project received funding from the Federal Summer Youth Employment scheme in the summer of 1982 and led by Dr. David W. Rupp, Classics Department, Brock University. Students were hired to collect and record data on existing 19th century burials in various cemeteries in the Niagara region. The data was collected and presented in the form of data summary forms of persons, tombstone sketches, photographs of tombstones, maps. Since the completion of this project in 1982 a number of the tombstones have disappeared, been vandalized or suffered environmental conditions that make them illegible. These records were donated to the Brock University Archives upon Dr. Rupp’s retirement from Brock University.