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CYCLOPAEDIA 



OF 



METHODISM IN CANADA: 

CONTAINING 
DATING FROM THE BEGINNING OF THE WORK IN THE 

SBVEEAL PEOYINCES 

OF THE 

Dnmininn of €anaba, 

AND EXTENDING TO THE 

ANNUAL CONFEEENCES OF 1880. 

BY THB 

REV GEORGE H. CORNISH. 



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it tr f ntrnimrtitftt 

BY THE . 

REV JOHN CARROLL, D.D. 



TORONTO : 

Methodist Book and Publishing House. 

HALIFAX : 
Methodist Book-Room. 

1881. 



Entered according to the Act of the Parliament of Canada, in the year one thousand 
eight hundred and eighty one, by the Kev. George H. Cornish, in the 
Office of the Minister of Agriculture, at Ottawa. 



CYCLOPEDIA OF METHODISM. 



BOOK I. 



FKOM THE BEGINNING OF METHODISM IN THE SEVEEAL 
PROVINCES TO THE UNION OF 1874. 



TO THE 

MINISTERS AND MEMBERS 

OF 

THE METHODIST CHURCH OF CANADA, 

IN HEARTY ADMIRATION 
OF THEIR SELF-DENYING LABOURS IN PROMOTING 
THE EXTENSION OF 
THE KINGDOM OF OUR LORD AND SAVIOUR JESUS CHRIST, 

THIS 

IS RESPECTFULLY 

WITH THE EARNEST DESIRE THAT 
THE RECORD HEREIN CONTAINED MAY STIMULATE AND ENCOURAGE THEM 

TO STILL MORE 

EARNEST WORK AND SELF-SACRIFICING DEVOTION 

IN THE ENLARGEMENT 

OF THE BOUNDARIES OF OUR BELOVED 

METHODISM. 



COMMENDATOEY 

BY REV JOHN CARROLL, D.D. 



The circumstances of my past life, rather than any extraordinary talents 
or wisdom native to myself, authorize me to speak in relation to the contents 
of the following pages. The whole of my existence, except a few short inter- 
vals, has been spent in what we now call the Dominion of Canada. Fifty-five 
out of the seventy years of my life I have been an accredited Methodist. 
My childhood was nurtured by the Methodist ministry of the Genesee Con- 
ference ; my membership began while that Conference still exercised jurisdic- 
tion in Upper Canada ; my labours on a circuit, fifty years ago, began before 
our connection with the Methodist Episcopal Church of the United States was 
dissolved ; the whole of my half century of ministerial labour has been spent, 
despite all the changes, in connection with the largest or central body of 
Colonial Methodism ; and twenty-five of those years I held an official posi- 
tion, which gave me large opportunities of observation. Then, I have been led 
necessarily to study the history and working of Canadian Methodism, and to 
contemplate the lives and character of hundreds and hundreds of its ministers 
and members in preparing at least eight or ten books, greater or smaller, re- 
lating to these subjects. The above circumstances, without any assumption 
on my part, will, perhaps, lend some little weight to the testimony I now 
give. 

The compiler of this Cyclopaedia, the Rev. Geo. H. Cornish, I hold to 
be pre-eminently qualified, by natural aptitude, taste, and long practice as a 
Statistician, for the work of Cyclopaadist. I have not read every line of this 
volume, but I was familiar with almost every line of its basis and precursor, 
the original " Handbook of Canadian Methodism ; " and I conned over 
various parts of the present work while it was in course of preparation ; be- 
sides often being referred to, and making researches, coincidently with the 
author, in relation to many matters treated of in the " Handbook," to cor- 
rect or verify, as the case might be. I feel, therefore, great confidence and 
pleasure in saying, in the strongest language possible, that I regard the " Cy- 
lopaedia " to be an indispensable necessity to every minister, member, and 
adherent of the Methodist Church of Canada, who would acquire that 
knowledge of her history, situation and resources necessary to perform his 
duty to the Church intelligently and well. 

I make the above disinterestedly and with heartiness ; indeed, through 
the unhappy disposition of most Methodists to reduce their purchases of their 



8 CONFERENCE RESOLUTIONS. 

own literature to the most contracted minimum, this work will naturally tend 
to rival and limit the circulation of my own works. Therefore, I even 
write against my own interests when I say, with my whole heart, that I do 
hope, whatever becomes of mine, that there will not be a Methodist family 
from Newfoundland to British Columbia, and from the Lakes to the Frozen 
Ocean, without a copy of the " Cyclopaedia." 

JOHN CARROLL. 
Riverside, Toronto, June, 1880. 



CONFERENCE RESOLUTIONS. 



1. From the Minutes of the London Conference of the Methodist Church 
of Canada, which met in St. Thomas, June, 1878 : — 

"Cyclopaedia of Methodism. — Moved by Rev. John A. Williams, D.D., seconded by 
Rev. James Gray, and 

" Resolved, — That having been informed that the Rev. Ceorge H. Cornish has in course of 
preparation a volume entitled ' Cyclopaedia of Methodism in Canada,' containing a full 
account of the men and circuits of the Wesleyan, the New Connexion, and the Eastern British 
American Conferences to the year 1874, and of the six Annual Conferences of the Methodist 
Church of Canada from 1874 to 1880, with full tabulated Statistics, and an account of the 
General Conferences of 1874 and 1878, together with an Epitome of the chief facts of 
Methodist history, this Conference earnestly requests that it be published as soon as practic- 
able, and that we pledge ourselves to give it our hearty support. 

2. From the Minutes of the Toronto Conference, which met in the Rich- 
mond Street Church, Toronto, in June, 1878 : — 

Request to Rev. George H. Cornish. — Moved by Rev. Wellington Jeffers, D.D., se- 
conded by Rev. John G. Laird, and 

" Resolved, — That this Conference having heard that the Rev. George H. Cornish, of the 
London Conference, is preparing for the press a volume entitled ' Cyclopaedia of Method- 
dism in Canada,' embracing a full record of the Wesleyan Methodist, the Eastern British 
America and the New Connexion Conferences down to the year 1874, and of the six Annual 
Conferences from 1874 to 1880, with tabulated statements of statistics, an Epitome of the chief 
events of Methodist history, and an account of the General Conferences of 1874 and 1878 ; 
we do earnestly request him to have it published as soon as practicable, and pledge him our 
hearty support." 



CONFERENCE RESOLUTIONS. 9 

3. From the Minutes of the Montreal Conference, which met in Brockville 
in June, 1878 : — 

"Cyclopedia of Methodism.— Moved by Eev. William Scott, seconded by Rev. 
William S. Blackstock, and 

"Resolved, — That the Conference approves of the projected publication by the Rev. 
Geo. H. Cornish of a Cyclopaedia of Methodism in Canada, being an enlargement of his 
' Handbook on Methodism,' which comes down to 1867. The members of the Conference 
will endeavour to promote its circulation, as affording valuable and useful information on 
the history of Methodism, and the relation of Ministers to their work from the beginning to 
the Conferences of 1880.'" 

4. From the Journal of the General Conference of 1878 : — 

" Cyclopedia of Methodism. — Moved by Rev. Joseph Hart, of the New Brunswick 
and Prince Edward Island Conference, seconded by Rev. Alexander Sutherland, of the Toronto 
Conference, and 

" Resolved, — That this General Conference, approving of the efforts of the Rev. George H. 
Cornish, of the London Conference, to furnish a Cyclopaedia of Methodism in Canada, 
embracing the history of the late Canada Conference, the Conference of Eastern British 
America and the New Connexion Conference, and of the six Annual Conferences now consti- 
tuting the Methodist Church of Canada, hereby requests that the work may be published as 
soon as practicable, and pledges its hearty support to this valuable work." 




EXPLANATION 



ABBREVIATIONS USED IN THIS VOLUME. 



Agt. V. C— Agent of Victoria College. , 

Asst. Ed. — Assistant Editor. 

B. C. — British Columbia. 

C— The year thus marked was travelled under the 
direction of a Presiding Elder or Chairman. 

C. B. — Cape Breton. 
C. E. — Canada East. 

Ch. C. E. D.— Chairman Canada Eastern District. 

Chmn. — Chairman. 

Ch. L. S. D.— Chairman Lake Superior District. 

Co-Del. — Co-Delegate. 

Dem. — Demerara. 

Dist. — District. 

Eng. — England. 

Fch. Mis. — French Mission. 

F. Sec. — Financial Secretary. 

Gen. Conf. — General Conference. 

Germ. Mis. — German Mission. 

Genl. Conf.— General Conference Methodist Epis- 
copal Church, U.S. 

Germ. Mis. — German Mission. 

Gov. F. C. — Governor Female College, Hamilton, 
C.W 

Gov. V ('.—Governor Victoria College, Cobourg, 

C.\V 
H. B. T.— Hudson's Bay Territory. 
I. 0F -\y _lsle of Wight. 
Man. — Manitoba. 
N. B. — New Brunswick. 
Nfd. — Newfoundland. 
N. J. — New Jersey. 
N. S. — Nova Scotia. 
N. Y.— New York. 
0. or Ont. — Ontario. 
Or. — Ordained. 
Or. D. — Ordained Deacon. 



Or. E. —Ordained Elder. 

P. Eld. — Presiding Elder. 

P. E. I.— Prince Edward Island. 

Pees. Conf. — President of Conference. 

Prof. — Professor. 

Que. — Quebec. 

R. Can. Conf. — Received into Canada Conference. 

R. F. C. — Received into full connexion with the 

Conference. 
R. F. C. and 0. — Received into full connexion and 

ordained. 
R. M. E. U. S. — Received from Methodist Episco- 
pal Church, U.S. 
R. New. Con. — Received from New Connexion 

Methodist Church. 
R. on T. — Received on Trial. 
R. P. M. — Received from Primitive Methodist 

Church. 
Sec. Conf. — Secretary of Conference. 

S. and T. V. C. — Secretary and Treasurer of Vic- 
toria College. 

Stu.— Student. 

Sup'd. — Superannuated. 

Sup' y. — Supernumerary. 

S. V. C. — Student Victoria College. 

Tp. — Township. 

Tutor U. C. A. — Tutor Upper Canada Academy. 

Tutor V C. — Tutor Victoria College. 

U. S.— United States. 

U. V C. — Undergraduate Victoria College. 

Van. I. — Vancouver's Island. 

W. A. — "Western Africa. 

\V. I. —West Indies. 

Wes. — Wesleyan. 

W. T. C. — Wesleyan Theological College, Mon- 
treal. 



PEEFACE. 



Eighteen years' devoted to labourious Mission and Circuit work, have 
passed away since we began to collect, in definite form, the contents of this 
volume. The work was begun from a felt personal need of such a collection 
of facts, and from a conviction that a volume containing, in connected form, 
a list of the Circuits on which each minister had been stationed, the period of 
his reception on trial, ordination, etc., together with historical, educational 
and statistical information, would be very valuable as a work of reference, 
and help to preserve the memory of those men whose unblemished lives have 
adorned the doctrines of the Gospel, and whose faithful, self-denying labours 
have been successful in leading thousands to Christ. 

The careful student of Methodist history will find in these pages suffi- 
cient to encourage, admonish aud instruct him. The trials and triumphs of 
the heroes of Young Canadian Methodism are not forgotten. They are pre- 
cious memories of the past — memories embalmed in the gratitude of the tens 
of thousands who have been saved and profited through their ministry. A 
more noble and glorious class of men than the Methodist pioneers of this 
country cannot be found this side the Apostles. They excel in some particulars 
even the noble men of the Lutheran Reformation. Their courage, their zeal, 
their self-devotion, their power with God and men, and the wonderful and 
immediate effects produced by their preaching, can scarcely find a parallel 
in all past history. 

The results of Methodism in the social, civil and religious interests of the 
world, are not appreciated — are not known even. Indeed they cannot be till 
the great balance sheet shall be made up. Methodism saved England from 
French atheism and anarchy ; the United States from antinomianism and a 
licentious liberalism ; and Canada from a State ecclesiasticism. It has saved 
the Protestant Churches of Great Britain and America from the stupor of the 
dark ages. Those blessed men who were the immediate instruments of this 
great salvation are worthy of monuments more enduring than the pyramids 
of Egypt. The fragrance of their memory will be as fresh a thousand years 
hence as it is now ; never, never lost — rather increasing in its preciousness till 
Gospel triumphs shall culminate in glory. , 

In the year 1867 we published the " Handbook of Canadian Metho- 
dism," which contained a full record of all the ministers and preachers whose 
names had appeared in the Minutes of Conference down to that date, together 
with those who travelled in Canada under the direction of the Methodist 
Episcopal Church of the United States of America, prior to the formation of 
the Canada Conference, and those who laboured under the direction of the 
British Wesleyan Conference. 



12 PREFACE. 

The thirteen years which have passed since the issue of that volume 
have not been years of idleness or unf ruitfulness. Methodism, as will be seen 
from the tabulated statements herein contained, has wonderfully prospered. 
The " Conference of Eastern British America," the " Conference of the Methodist 
New Connexion," and the " Conference of the Canada Wesleyan Methodists," 
have become amalgamated under the name of the " Methodist Church of 
Canada." We have therefore deemed it advisable to enlarge and extend the 
"Handbook" to the Annual Conferences of 1880, under the name of the 
" Cyclopaedia of Methodism in Canada," so as to include the names of the 
ministers, and the statistics of the three bodies. In many respects this has 
proven to be a very difficult task, owing in part to the great extent of territory 
to be examined and the difficulty of obtaining the earlier records of the 
Churches. 

It will be noted that in Book I. we have given the Alphabetical List of 
each of the three Conferences, distinct, down to 1874 ; and in Book II. each 
of the Six Annual Conferences, from the Union of 1874 to 1880. 

Great care has been taken to have every item as correct as possible ; and 
to accomplish this, the Minutes of the Conferences of the Methodist Episcopal 
Church, TJ. S., Vol. I., 1773 to 1813 ; Minutes of the Canada, Eastern British 
American, and New Connexion Conferences ; several of the English Minutes, 
and Magazines ; the written Journals of the Lower Canada District ; the 
Eeports of the Missionary Society ; Douse's Begister ; Hill's Arrangement ; 
Playter's History of Methodism ; Carroll's Past and Present ; Stevens' Life of 
Dr. Bangs ; Savage's Life of Rev. Wm. McClure ; Smith's History of Method- 
ism in Eastern British America ; Carroll's Case and his Co-temporaries; Memo- 
rials of Methodist Preachers, by G. 0. Huestis ; Webster's History of the 
M. E. Church in Canada, etc., have all been diligently examined : and with- 
out encumbering the work with numerous references to these volumes, the Com- 
piler, would here acknowledge his indebtedness to them, and at the same time 
tender his hearty thanks to those brethren who have from time to time given 
him much private information and advice, and to many who have so kindly 
and promptly responded, by letter or post card, to his inquiries. To my dear 
friend and brother, the Rev. John Carroll, D.D., I would also tender my 
special thanks for his valuable help and many kind words. 

And now having, in the good providence of God, been permitted to com- 
plete this volume, we cherish the hope that it will supply an acknowledged 
want in reference to the Statistics of Methodism, and prove useful as a work 
of reference to every minister and member of the Church. 

Praying that Methodism may continue to move onward in its march of 
glorious triumph, until all flesh shall see the salvation of God, this volume 
is commended to the patronage of the Church, confidently relying upon their 
help and support in securing for it a large circulation. 

GEO. H. CORNISH. 

Burlington, Ontario, October, 1880. 




REV. JOHN CARROLL, D.D. 



INTRODUCTION: 



BEING AN EPITOME OF 



flju fisiorg of Central $tj>t!j00ism 



IN THE 



BRITISH NORTH AMERICAN PROVINCES, 

FROM ITS BEGINNING IN EACH PROVINCE DOWN TO 1874. 



BY THE 



REV JOHN CARROLL, D.D., 
Of the Toronto Conference. 



Methodism was the result of a revival, or a quickening of sundry clergy- 
men of the Established Church of England, and others, into a more exalted 
state of spiritual life, which commenced within the first quarter of the eight- 
eenth century, in England. At first its adherents consisted of spiritually- 
minded members of different religious communities, whose common experience 
of the love of God shed abroad in their hearts constituted a sympathetic tie 
among them. Methodism's first organized embodiment was in the " United 
Societies," banded together " in 1739," and which existed "first in Europe, and 
then in America." 

In the United States these were consolidated into an independent ecclesi- 
astical body, under the name of the " Methodist Episcopal Church." Although 
nominally " Episcopal," and presenting the distinction and names of the three 
clerical orders, which obtained as early as the patristic age — namely, those of 
" bishops," " elders " and " deacons " — its bishops were simply elders, set apart 
to the office of " General Superintendents " over the rest, as a useful arrange- 
ment, and not as possessing any essential superiority over their fellow-presby- 
ters by "divine right." This was the act of John Wesley, who only claimed 
himself to be a presbyter of the Church of England. 

In Britain, although Mr. Wesley ordained certain of his preachers to dis- 
pense the Sacraments, under certain circumstances, Methodism did not as- 
sume a nominal Church status, distinct from others, until after Mr. Wesley's 
death, subsequently to which it gradually crystallized into an ecclesiastical 
organization, with the conditions, appliances, and style of the " Wesleyan 
Church." 



14 INTRODUCTION. 

Newfoundland, the most easterly of the colonies, was the first to receive 
an essential, though peculiar, modification of Methodism. It was introduced 
into that island by Laurence Coughland, one of the three Irishmen to whom 
we owe the plantation of Methodism in America, in three several places, the 
other two being Embury and Strawbridge. Mr. Coughland had been received 
on trial as a travelling preacher by Mr. Wesley in 1755, and laboured very 
successfully in that relation until 1764, when he obtained ordination from 
Erasmus, a Syrian Bishop, in London, England. In 1765 we find him in New- 
foundland (thus taking priority of Embury and Strawbridge by one year), 
but under whose auspices he commenced his career of colonial evangelization, 
it is hard to determine with certainty. He at first located himself at Con- 
ception Bay, and afterward extended his labours to Harbour Grace, Carbonear, 
and Black Head. After returning to England for a space, to receive orders 
from the Bishop of London, he dispensed the ordinances as a regular clergy- 
man, and preached with marked demonstration and power. In 1767, Lady 
Huntingdon's Missionary Society took him under their patronage and pay. His 
labours were divinely owned in producing a very great revival in the various 
settlements of the islands : and Mr. C. adopted Mr. Wesley's Society arrange- 
ment as a means of disciplining and watching over his spiritual children ; keep- 
ing up a friendly correspondence with the founder of the Methodist Societies 
during the whole time of his sojourn in the colony. In 1772 Mr. Coughland 
began to look " homewards," and in 1773 he left Newfoundland. In 1776 he 
was minister of Cumberland Street Chapel, London, England. Some time 
after he applied to Mr. Wesley for a circuit, but the " Master bade him rest 
from his labours."* The work in the island was aided in Coughland's time, 
and to a certain extent kept up afterward, by sundry Methodist local preachers 
who came to the island, or were raised up therein. 

In 1785 an itinerant preacher was sent by Mr. Wesley to the colony di- 
rect. This was John McGeary, who did not remain very long. In 1799 the 
British Conference sent James Bulpit to succeed McGeary and carry on the 
mission. The work of salvation received a great impulse there at several 
different periods, by the visits and efficient ministrations of William Black, 
from Nova Scotia, to whom, and whose province with the neighbouring ones, 
we must now turn our attention. 

Methodism in Nova Scotia came into existence with Mr. Black's conver- 
sion in 1779, and was greatly promoted by his instant and unremitting labours 
as a preacher. The instruments of his personal salvation were some newly 
arrived Yorkshire Methodists, and the perusal of the Rev. John Wesley's 
Sermons. He opened a correspondence with this father in the Gospel, with 
whom he held epistolary intercourse till Mr. Wesley's death in 1791. But the ex- 
istence of American Methodism was known and acknowledged by Black, who 
visited Coke and Asbury at the celebrated Christmas Conference of 1784. In 
1791, the very year that an itinerant preacher was regularly deputed to Upper 
Canada, he again visited Philadelphia and New York, and received ordination 
(first as deacon, and then as elder) from Dr. Coke, and obtained six additional 

* Abridged from T. Watson Smith's History. 



INTRODUCTION. 15 

missionaries from the Republic for the colonies. The staff of preachers for 
that year (1791-92) stood in the American Minutes as follows : — 

William Black, Elder. 
Halifax — William Jessup, John Mann. 
Liverpool — Thomas Whitehead. 
Shelburne — William Early. 
Cumberland — Benjamin Fidler. 
Newport — John Cooper. 
St. John — John Ragan. 
Annapolis — James Boyd. 

Previous to this, American preachers had been appointed to the Eastern 
Provinces from time to time, among whom were Freeborn Garrettson and 
James 0. Cromwell. All the preachers in those provinces who were ordained 
in America, down to 1802, were ordained by the bishops of the Methodist 
Episcopal Church of America, and one or two afterwards. 

New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, and Cape Breton received Method- 
ism and its institutions from Nova Scotia during the foregoing lapse of time. 

By 1804 all the American preachers were withdrawn from these provinces, 
and as far as supplied at all, they were supplied from England, their names 
appearing in the English Wesleyan Minutes, the Wesleyan usages and termin- 
ology being thenceforth employed. The work from New Brunswick, eastward 
to Newfoundland, stood as Missionary Districts connected with the British 
Conference. In 1855 those districts were organized into a Wesleyan Confer- 
ence, affiliated to the British Conference, under the style of the " Conference 
of Eastern British America." When that Conference was created there were 
70 circuits and missions, 88 ministers, 102 local preachers, 222 chapels, 393 
other preaching places, 1,162 day scholars, 91,114 Sunday-school scholars, with 
13,136 members in Church fellowship, and an estimated attendance of 65,690 
on public worship. 

The work in that part of North America continued to stand in that re- 
lation until 1874, when it was merged in the comprehensive organization 
known as the " Methodist Church of Canada," and divided, for administra- 
tive purposes, into three Annual Conferences — namely, Nova Scotia, New 
Brunswick and Prince Edward Island, and Newfoundland Conferences. 

In the Province of Canada, a few local preachers represented Methodism 
before 1790 ; a Mr. Tuffy, of the British Connexion in Quebec, for a time, 
and Messrs. McCarty, Lyons, and Neal in the upper part of the Province, 
That year, William Losee, a preacher on trial for the ministry of the Metho- 
dist Episcopal Church in the United States, but without a definite appoint- 
ment, being left " to range at large," came into the St. Lawrence and Bay 
Quinte - country, preached, formed some classes, and bore back with him 
petitions for his re-appointment. The next year, in 1791, the year the Upper 
Canada Provincial Act was promulgated, Mr. Losee returned, having been 
regularly stationed in the Kingston Circuit by the New York Conference. 
The following year Mr. Losee received deacon's orders, and was returned to 
the Province by the same authority as before, being also accompanied by an- 



16 INTRODUCTION. 

other minister in elder's orders — the Rev. Darius Dunham. Mr. Dunham 
took the Cataraqui Circuit, and Mr. Losee the Oswegotchie. By 1799 there 
was a Presiding Elder's District, with three Circuits and four preachers. The 
circuits and incumbents were as follows : — 

Bay Quinte — Darius Dunham, P. E. 

Oswegotchie — Samuel Coate. 

Niagara — James Coleman, Michael Coate. 

The preachers for Canada sometimes stood in connection with one American 
Annual Conference, and sometimes another ; or sometimes those in Lower 
Canada were related to a different Conference from those in Upper Canada, 
but both were always connected with the Methodist Episcopal Church in the 
United States until 1812, when the American war broke out. In 1810 a new 
Conference was organized, called the Genesee Annual Conference, and the 
Canada preachers were mostly comprehended within its boundaries — Upper 
Canada always until 1824. At the opening of the Conference year 1812-13, 
all the preachers in Canada excepting those on the border circuits, Dunham 
and Stanstead, stood connected with this Conference, and a Presiding Elder's 
District staff designated to each Province. The stations and preachers for 
Lower Canada were as follows : — 

Nathan Bangs, Presiding Elder. 
Montreal — Nathan Bangs. 
Quebec — Thomas Burch. 
Ottawa — Robert Hibbard. 
St. Francis River — Samuel Luckey, Israel F. Chamberlain. 

Nathan Bangs, Samuel Luckey, and Israel F. Chamberlain, being American 
citizens, turned back on account of the war. Robert Hibbard, although an 
American, having been in the country the year before, and having formed a 
tender attachment in it, and not likely to be molested, as being far from the 
lines, remained ; but during the first autumn, in a journey made to serve the 
interests of his previous year's circuit, was drowned in the St. Lawrence, near 
Montreal. Thomas Burch, who was a British-born subject, came forward to 
his work, but took the place of Nathan Bangs, in Montreal, as being the 
most important, and went at first to Quebec occasionally ; but after some 
months he ceased to go altogether, of which the reader will please to take note. 

The Rev. Henry Ryan was the Presiding Elder of the Upper Canada 
District, in charge of seven circuits and twelve preachers. Several of these 
had been American citizens, but we have no evidence that any of them went 
out of the Province on that account, during the war, excepting George W 
Densmore ; but two who had come in from the States, and were regarded as 
Americans, were not found in the itinerant ranks at its close, although they 
afterward returned to the work — these were Isaac B. Smith and Joseph Gat- 
chell. Ryan supplied their places by local preachers, and also took charge of 
Montreal and Ottawa, in Lower Canada, for both of which he provided. 

The Quebec Methodists became dissatisfied at their long season of desti- 
tution of Gospel ordinances, and applied to the Chairman of the Nova Scotia 



INTRODUCTION. 17 

district for a supply, and through his representations a minister was sent from 
the British Conference, the Rev. John B. Strong, who arrived in June, 1814. 
The larger part of the Society in Montreal, no doubt on account of prejudices 
created by the war, also desired to be supplied by a preacher from the British 
Conference. In answer to that request, the Rev. Richard Williams arrived in 
that city in 1815, about the time that Thomas Burch returned to the United 
States. The majority of the Society siding with the British missionary 
he was put in possession of the chapel, under the plea that the funds by 
which it was principally erected were raised among the Methodists of 
England. With them it remained. A preacher, however, was provided for 
the American sympathizing minority, who worshipped in a public hall until 
the difficulty was settled between the American and the British Conferences, 
which was not until the year 1820. By that time upon one plea or another, 
British preachers had established themselves in other parts of Lower Canada, 
and as far west in Upper Canada as Niagara and St. Catharines, including 
such intermediate places as Bay Quinte", Kingston, Johnstown, Cornwall and 
York. 

The adjustment of the difficulty at the time above mentioned (1820) was 
effected by allotting the Upper Province to the American preachers, and the 
Lower Province to the British, who were respectively under the jurisdiction of 
the Conference, each of his several country — excepting that a British mis- 
sionary was allowed to remain in Kingston, because of the soldiers at the fort, 
and that the American Conference supplied the people on the Lower Canada 
side of the Ottawa river. For a period of twelve years, or until 1832, there 
was no attempted disturbance of this arrangement, each regarding the other 
as a co-ordinate Methodist Church on its own specified ground. Mr. Wesley's 
old maxim was re-affirmed, namely, " Methodism is one all the world over." 

Four years after — that is to say, in 1824 — the Upper Canada work, con- 
sisting of thirty-five ministers and preachers, and six thousand one hundred 
and fifty members, was placed under an Annual Conference of its own. After 
a series of discussions and agitations, the Annual Conference (intending to re- 
tain the Episcopal form of Methodism in Upper Canada), principally for civil 
and national reasons, asked for a peaceable separation from the parent 
Connexion in the United States. This was finally consented to at the General 
Conference in 1828, and in the following October the Canada Conference 
organized itself into a " Methodist Episcopal Church in Canada." Although 
its constitution provided for a bishop, and three at least were elected, neither 
of them accepted the office, or was ordained. The functions of the General 
Superintendency, except ordinations, were performed by the Rev. William 
Case, who was appointed to that office pro tempore. 

After the lapse of four years — that is to say, in 1832 — the British Confer- 
ence, believing that their compact with the American Conference about terri- 
torial lines was dissolved by the Canada Church having gone out from under 
its jurisdiction, and that the Provincial Church had more missionary ground than 
it had men and means to cultivate, as shown by their appealing to the English 

public for funds to carry on its expanding Indian Missions, determined to oc- 

2 



18 INTRODUCTION. 

cupy any openings in the Upper Province that presented themselves. To discover 
where such openings were, one of the missionary secretaries, the Rev. Robert 
Alder, was sent out as a deputation to make enquiry. He was invited to re- 
main and confer with the approaching session of the Canada Conference, which 
sat in Hallowell, now Picton, in the month of August, 1832. The delibera- 
tions between him and the Conference led to the proposal of preliminary Arti- 
cles of Union with the British Conference. A delegate was sent to England, 
and with slight modifications, which were all in favour of Canada, the Articles 
were accepted by the British Conference, and were accompanied in their re- 
turn by two of its eminent ministers. The union was finally ratified in York, 
now Toronto, in the month of October, 1833. 

The arrangement embraced the change of the Church's name from 
"Methodist Episcopal " to " Wesleyan Methodist ; " the substitution of an 
Annual Presidency for a life-long Episcopacy ; the compression of two orders 
into one ; the discontinuation of the ordination of local preachers, and the sub- 
stitution of a Local Preachers' Meeting for a District Conference. The 
missions were placed in a more immediate connection with the British Con- 
ference, which was responsible for the funds necessary for carrying them on, 
the sums raised in Canada for missionary purposes being considered as auxili- 
ary to those of the " British Wesleyan Missionary Society." These, with some 
minor details, were carried, after carefully observing all the required provisos, 
by constitutional majorities, both in the Annual and General Conferences, 
and finally by a unanimous rising vote in the Conference of 1833. The Rev. 
George Marsden, of the British Conference, became the first Wesleyan Presi- 
dent ; and the Rev. Joseph Stinson, appointed by the same authority, was in- 
stalled as Superintendent of Missions. All the details which affected the laity 
and local preachers, which had to be submitted to the Quarterly Conferences, 
received the required majority of suffrages to make them constitutionally 
valid during the year 1833-34, and the new Discipline was immediately pub- 
lished. This Union measure, however, gave occasion to some dissatisfied per- 
sons — mostly local preachers at first — within the next two or three years, to 
enter into a new organization, adopting the old name, and claiming to be the 
original " Methodist Episcopal in Canada," whose name and constitution had 
been legally changed into that of the "Wesleyan Methodist Church in Canada." 

After the lapse of some years — that is to say, in 1840 — the British Confer- 
ence withdrew from its co-operation with the Canada Conference, and re- 
mained in a state of separate operation seven years, but the form and name 
of the Wesleyan Methodist Church remained intact with the Canada Confer- 
ence during the period referred to. In 1847 the union was restored, sub- 
stantially, in its old form, and the two classes of Wesleyan Methodist Socie- 
ties were consolidated. In 1854, by special arrangement between the British 
and Canadian Conferences, the Lower Canada District and the Hudson's Bay 
Missionary District, both of which had stood in immediate connection with the 
British Wesleyan Conference, became part and parcel of the " Wesleyan 
Methodist Church in Canada." 

In 1874, the Conference of the Wesleyan Methodist Church in Canada, 



INTRODUCTION. 19 

the Wesleyan Conference of Eastern British America, and the Canada Con- 
ference of the Methodist New Connexion Church, after some months of nego- 
tiation, organized themselves into one united hody under the name and style 
of the " Methodist Church op Canada," dividing the work into six An- 
nual Conferences — namely, " London," " Toronto," " Montreal," " Nova Scotia," 
" New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island," and " Newfoundland," with a 
delegated General Conference to meet quadrennially, and to consist of equal 
numbers of ministerial and lay delegates. 

The past of Methodism has been a grand success, for it has been a 
constant exhibition of the " glorious Gospel of Christ." Its triumphs will 
culminate amid the effulgence of the latter-day glory. For His is the king- 
dom, the power and the glory, forever and ever. Amen. 

JOHN CARROLL. 

Riverside, Toronto, June, 1880. 




CONTENTS. 



BOOK I 



PREFATORY. 

1. Dedication. 

2. Commendatory. By Rev. John Carroll, D.D. 

3. Conference Resolutions. 

4. Explanation of Abbreviations. 

5. Preface. 

6. Epitome of the History of Methodism in the British North American Provinces. By 

Rev. Dr. Carroll. 



PART I. 

The Methodist Episcopal Church in Canada, 1791 to 1833, and the Wesleyan 
Methodist Church in Canada, 1833 to 1874. 

1. Record of Methodist Episcopal Conferences. 

2. Record of Wesleyan Methodist Conferences. 

3. New York and Genesee Conferences — Statistics of their Work in Canada, 1791 to 1823. 

4. The Canada Conference Statistics, 1824 to 1828. 

5. The Methodist Episcopal Church in Canada Statistics, 1829 to 1832. 

6. The Wesleyan Methodist Church Statistics, 1833 to 1874. 

7. Tabular Statement of Connexional Funds, 1833 to 1874. 

8. Names of 198 Ministers connected with the Methodist Episcopal Church in Canada, 

from 1790 to 1833, classified and arranged under the year in which their ministry 
began. 

9. Alphabetical Arrangement of Ministers and Probationers for the Ministry connected 

with the Methodist Episcopal Church in Canada, 1790 to 1833, showing Circuits 
■ travelled, etc. 

10. Names of 1,045 Ministers and Probationers for the Ministry connected with the 

Wesleyan Methodist Church in Canada, 1833 to 1874, classified and arranged under 
the year in which their ministry began. 

11. Alphabetical Arrangement of Ministers and Probationers for the Ministry connected 

with the Wesleyan Methodist Church in Canada, 1833 to 1874, showing Circuits 
travelled, etc. 

12. Alphabetical Arrangement of all the Circuits, Stations, and Missions of Canadian 

Methodism, 1791 to 1874, showing what Ministers have laboured thereon, Members, etc. 

13. The Missions of the Canada Wesleyan Conference, with Names of all the Mission- 

aries, etc. 

i. Indian Missions in Ontario and Quebec, 
ii. Missions in the Hudson's Bay Territory, 
iii. Missions to the French, 
iv. Missions in British Columbia, 
v. Missions to the Germans, 
vi. Missions in Manitoba, 
vii. Missions in Japan. 



22 CONTENTS. 

14. Alphabetical List of the Districts into which the Canada Wesleyan Conference has 
been divided, showing who have been Chairmen and Financial Secretaries, also the 
Number of Members for each year. 



PART II. 

The Wesleyan Methodist Church in Eastern British America. 

1. Record of Conferences, 1855 to 1874. 

2. Tabular Statement of Ministers, Members, and Sabbath Schools. 

3. Tabular Statement of Connexional Funds. 

4. Names of 344 Ministers and Probationers for the Ministry connected with Methodism 

in Eastern British America, 1765 to 1874, classified and arranged under the year in 
which their ministry began. 

5. Alphabetical Arrangement of Ministers and Probationers for the Ministry, 1765 to 1874, 

showing Circuits travelled, etc. 

6. Alphabetical Arrangement of all the Circuits and Missions, 1855 to 1874. 

i. The Work in Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, Cape 
Breton, and Bermuda, showing what Ministers have laboured on each 
Circuit, Number of Members, and Amounts contributed to the Connexional 
Funds for each year from 1855 to 1874. 
ii. The Work in Newfoundland, showing what Ministers have laboured, etc. 

7. Alphabetical List of Districts, showing who have been Chairmen and Financial Secreta- 

ries, also the Membership. 



PART III. 
The Methodist New Connexion Church in Canada, 1829 to 1874. 

1. The Canadian Wesleyan Conferences, 1835 to 1841. 

2. The New Connexion Conferences, 1842 to 1874. 

3. Tabular Statement of Ministers, Members, and Funds. 

4. Names of 310 Ministers connected with New Connexion Methodism, 1829 to 1874, 

classified and arranged under the year in which their ministry began. 

5. Alphabetical Arrangement of Ministers and Probationers for the Ministry, 1829 to 1874. 

6. Circuits and Missions, Alphabetically Arranged, showing what Ministers have been 

Stationed thereon, Number of Members for each year, and Contributions for Con- 
nexienal Funds. 

7. List of Districts, showing Names of Chief Officers. 



BOOK II 



PART I. 

Section I. — The General Conference. 

Its Composition and Work. 
The General Conference of 1874. 

Its Officers. 

Its Statistics. 
The General Conference of 1878. 

Its Officers. 

Its Statistics. 
Synopsis of Mission Work. 
List of Delegates — Ministerial. 
List of Delegates — Laymen. 



CONTENTS. 2.3 

Section II. — Methodist Periodicals. 

1. " The Christian Guardian." 

Its Jubilee Editorial and Song. 
Its List of Editors, 1829 to 1880. 

2. " The WeSleyan." 

List of Editors. 

3. " The Evangelical Witness." 

List of Editors. 

4. " The Methodist Magazine." 

5. " The Sunday School Banner." 

6. " The Sunday School Guardian." 

7. " Pleasant Hours." 

8. " The Sunbeam." 

Section III. — Book and Publishing Establishments. 

1. Toronto. 

2. Halifax. 

3. Montreal. 

Section IV. — Educational Institutions. 

1. Victoria College. 

Its Presidents. 

" Faculty, 1841 to 1880. 

" Statistics. 

" Graduates in Arts and Science. 

" Graduates in Medicine. 

" Graduates in Law. 

" Graduates in Divinity. 
Collegiate Institute. 
Jackson Society. 
Literary Association. 
Philosophical Society. 
Science Association. 

2. Hamilton Wesleyan Female College. 

Its Governors and Faculty of Instruction. 
" Graduates, 1863 to 1880. 

3. Mount Elgin Industrial Institution. 

4. Stanstead Wesleyan College. 

Its Governors and Faculty of Instruction^ 
" Graduates. 

5. Ontario Ladies' College. 

Its Faculty of Instruction. 
" Graduates. 

6. Theological College, Montreal. 

7. Mount Allison Wesleyan College. 

Its Faculty of Instruction. 
Degrees Conferred. 
Its Graduates. 

8. Mount Allison Wesleyan Male Academy. 

9. Mount Allison Wesleyan Female Academy. 

10. Manitoba Wesleyan Institute. 

11. Methodist Academy, St. John's, Newfoundland. 

12. Methodist Grammar School, Carbonear, Newfoundland. 



24 CONTENTS. 

PART II. 

The Toronto Conference. 

1. Sessions of Conference. 

2. Statistics of Conference. 

3. Names of its 435 Ministers and Probationers for the Ministry, classified and arranged 

under the year in which their ministry began. 

4. Alphabetical Arrangement of the Ministers connected with the Conference, showing on 

what Circuits they have laboured, etc. 

5. The Circuits and Missions, showing what Ministers have laboured thereon, the Number 

of Preaching Places, Number of Members, and the Sums Contributed for the several 
Connexional Funds for each year from 1874 to 1880. 

6. The Missionary Districts of the Conference, showing the Names of the Missionaries, 

Number of Members, Amounts contributed to the Mission Fund, and the Sum granted 
for the Support of the several Missions from the Mission Fund. 

i. The Algoma District. 

Its Statistics. 
ii. The British Columbia District. 

Its Statistics. 
iii. The Indian Missions. 

Statistics of Indian Work, 
iv. The Japan District. 

Its Statistics. 
v. The Mission Field of the North- West. 

Statistics of Red River and Saskatchewan Districts. 

7. The Districts of the Conference, showing who have been Chairmen and Financial Secre- 

taries, also the Number of Members, 1874 to 1880. 



PART III. 

The London Conference. 
1. Sessions of Conference. 
2 Statistics of Conference. 

3. Names of its 403 Ministers and Probationers for the Ministry, classified and arranged 

under the year in which their ministry began. 

4. Alphabetical Arrangement of the Ministers connected with the Conference, showing on 

what Circuits they have laboured, etc. 

5. Circuits and "Missions, showing what Ministers have laboured thereon, the Number of 

Preaching Places, Number of Members, and the Sums Contributed for the several 
Connexional Funds. 

6. Indian and German Missions, showing the Names of Missionaries, Number of Members, 

etc. 

7. Districts of the Conference, showing who have been Chairmen and Financial Secre- 

taries, also Number of Members for each year. 



PART IV 

The Montreal Conference. 

1. Sessions of Conference. 

2. Statistics of Conference. 

3. Names of its 273 Ministers and Probationers for the Ministry, classified and arranged 

under the year in which their ministry began. 

4. Alphabetical Arrangement of the Ministers, showing on what Circuits they have laboured, 

etc. 



CONTENTS. 25 

5. The Circuits and Missions, showing what Ministers have laboured thereon, Number of 

Members, etc. 

6. French and Indian Missions, showing the Names of Missionaries, Number of Members, 

etc. 

Statistics of French and Indian Work. 

7. German Missions. 

Statistics of German Work. 

8. Districts of the Conference, showing who have been Chairmen and Financial Secretaries, 

and Number of Members for each year. 



PART V. 

The Nova Scotia Conference. 

1. Sessions of Conference. 

2. Statistics of Conference. 

3. Names of its 133 Ministers and Probationers for the Ministry, classified and arranged 

under the year in which their ministry began. 

4. Alphabetical Arrangement of the Ministers, showing on what Circuits they have laboured, 

etc. 

5. Circuits and Missions, showing what Ministers have laboured thereon, Number of 

Members, etc. 

6. Districts of the Conference, showing who have been Chairmen and Financial Secretaries, 

also Number of Members. 



PART VI. 

The New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island Conference. 

1. Sessions of Conference. 

2. Statistics of Conference. 

3. Names of its 115 Ministers and Probationers for the Ministry, classified and arranged 

under the year in which their ministry began. 

4. Alphabetical Arrangement ol the Ministers, showing on what Circuits they have laboured, 

etc. 

5. Circuits and Missions, showing what Ministers have laboured thereon, Number of 

Members, etc. 

6. Districts of the Conference, Chairmen and Financial Secretaries. 



PART VII. 
The Newfoundland Conference. 

1. Sessions of Conference. 

2. Statistics of Conference. 

3. Names of its 59 Ministers and Probationers for the Ministry, classified and arranged 

under the year in which their ministry began. 

4. Alphabetical Arrangement of the Ministers, showing on what Circuits they have laboured, 

etc. 

5. Circuits and Missions, showing what Ministers have been Stationed thereon, Number 

of Members, etc. 

6. Districts of the Conference, Chairmen and Financial Secretaries. 



26 CONTENTS. 



PART VIII. 

1. Tabular Record of the Number of Ministers and Members connected with all Branches 

of Methodism in Canada. 

1. Methodist Church of Canada. 

2. Methodist Episcopal Church in Canada 

3. General Summary. 

4 General Summary of Methodism throughout the World, j 

2. Tabular Record of Sunday Schools. 

3. Necrological Record of Ministers who have Died in connection with their Work in 

Canada. 

1. Methodist Episcopal, 1791 to 1832. 

2. British Wesleyan, 1832 to 1854. 

3. Wesleyan Methodist, 1833 to 1874. 

4. Eastern British America, 1792 to 1874. 

5. New Connexion Methodist, 1835 to 1874. 

6. Toronto Conference, 1874 to 1880. 

7. London Conference, 1874 to 1880. 

8. Montreal Conference, 1874 to 1880. 

9. Nova Scotia Conference, 1874 to 1880. 

10. New Brunswick Conference, 1874 to 1880. 

11. Newfoundland Conference, 1874 to 1880. 

4. Chronological Record of the Chief Historical Events in Canadian Methodism. 

5. Index to the Names of the Ministers and Probationers for the Ministry, showing the 

year in which their ministry began, and the Conference or Conferences with which 
they may have been associated. 

6. Index to the Names of the Circuits and Missions. 

7. Index to the Names of the Districts. 




PART I. 



THE 



JErtfaMst %iar0pai fcrdj in Canada, 

1790 to 1832 ; 



AND THE 



WESLEYAN METHODIST CHURCH IN CANADA, 

1833 to 1874. 



RECORD 

OF THE 

€imhxma% Ijdb in Canaira 

Fbom 1824 to 1874, 

showing the place where held, and the names of the various 

officers for each year. 



The term " Conference " was applied by Mr. Wesley, the venerated 
founder of Methodism, to the first assembly of his fellow-labourers when he 
met with them to confer on points of doctrine and discipline. It has since 
been used by all the Methodist organizations in the world. The Conference 
is composed of all ministers in full connexion. The President and Secretary 
are elected by ballot annually. The following is a complete record of all the 
Conferences held in Canada, from the first held in 1824 to 1874, showing the 
place where held, and the names of its various officers for each year. 

I. 

METHODIST EPISCOPAL CONFERENCES. 
1824 to 1832. 



No. of 
Conf. 


Year. 


1 


1824 


2 


1825 


3 


1826 


4 


1827 


5 


1828 


6 


1829 


7 


1830 


8 


1831 


9 


1832 



Where held. 



Hallowell .. 

Saltfleet 

Hamilton (Township).. 
Hamilton (City) . . 
Earnestown. . 

Ancaster 

Kingston and Belleville 
York. (Toronto) 
Hallowell '. ... 



Presiding Officer. 



Bishops George and Hedding. . . 

Bishop Hedding . 

Bishop George . . 

Bishop Hedding . 

Bishop Hedding .... 

William Case, Genl. Supt. pro tern . 

William Case, ii n 

William Case, n n 

William Case, n u 



Secretary. 



William Case. 
William Case. 
William Case. 
William Case. 
James Richardson. 
James Richardson. 
James Richardson. 
James Richardson. 
James Richardson. 



NoteI. "At the Conference of 1828, the Methodist Societies in Canada were organized, by and 
with the consent of the General Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church in the United. States, 
into a separate and independent Church in Canada ; and William Case was appointed its General 
Superintendent, until the ensuing Annual Conference." — See Annual Minutes, 1828. 

Note 2. At the Conference of 1833, a Union was consummated between the English Conference 
and the Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church in Canada ; hence we have — 



30 



WESLEYAN CONFERENCES. 



II. 

WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCES. 
1833 to 1874. 



No. of ! 
Conf. 


Year. 


Where held. 


President. 


Co-Delegate. 


Secretary. 


10 
11 


1833 


York (Toronto) 
Kingston . 






Egerton Ryerson. 


1834 


Edmund Grindrod .... 




James Richardson. 


12 


1835 


Hamilton 


William Lord . 




Egerton Ryerson. 


13 


1836 


Belleville 


William Lord . 




William Case. 


14 


1837 


Toronto 


Wm. M. Harvard 




Egerton Ryerson. 


15 


1838 


Kingston . 


Wm. M. Harvard 




Egerton Ryerson. 


16 


1839 


Hamilton . . 


Joseph Stinson . ... 




Egerton Ryerson. 


17 


1840 


Belleville . . 


Joseph Stinson . 




Egerton Ryerson. 


18 
19 


1840 


Toronto 






John C. Davidson. 


1841 


Toronto . 


William Ryerson 




Anson Green. 


20 


1842 


Picton 


Anson Green 




Thomas Bevitt. 


21 


1843 


Hamilton ... 


John Byerson. 


. . . ■ • . • 


Alex. McNab. 


22 


1844 'Brockville . . 


Richard Jones 




Henry Wilkinson. 


23 


1845 St. Catharines 


Henry Wilkinson. , , . 




Thomas Bevitt. 


24 


1846 Kingston 


Thomas Bevitt ... 




Hamilton Biggar. 


25 


1847 iToronto 


Robert Alder, D.D.. . 


Matthew Richey, M.A. 


James Musgrove. 


26 


1848 iBelleville. 


James Dixon, D.D.. . . 


Matthew Richey, D.D. 


George R. Sanderson. 


27 


1849 | Hamilton. . . . 


Matthew Richey, D.D. 


John Ryerson . 


Conrad Vandusen. 


28 


1850 


Brockville . 


Matthew Richey, D.D. 


John Ryerson ... 


Asahel Hurlburt. 


29 


1851 


Toronto 


Enoch Wood. 


John Ryerson . 


James Musgrove. 


30 


1852 


Kingston . 


Enoch Wood. . . . 


John Ryerson . 


George R. Sanderson. 


31 


1853 


Hamilton 


Enoch Wood. . 


John Ryerson . ... 


Wellington Jeffers. 


32 


1854 


Belleville 


Enoch Wood. . . 


John Ryerson 


Isaac B. Howard. 


33 


1855 


London . 


Enoch Wood 


John Ryerson . 


Samuel D. Rice. 


34 


1856 


Brockville . 


Enoch Wood 


John Ryerson . 


James Elliott. 


35 


1857 


Toronto ... 


Enoch Wood 


John Ryerson . 


James Spencer. 


36 


1858 


Montreal 


Joseph Stinson, D.D. . 


John Douse 


John Borland. 


37 


1859 


Hamilton. . . 


Joseph Stinson, D.D . 


John Douse . 


Ephr. B. Harper. 


38 


1860 


Kingston 


Joseph Stinson, D. D . . 


Richard Jones . . 


Kennedy Creighton. 


39 


1861 


Brantford 


Joseph Stinson, D.D . 


Henry Wilkinson. . 


John Gemley. 


40 


1862 


Belleville. . . 


Enoch Wood, D.D. . 


James Musgrove . 


William Scott. 


41 


1863 


Quebec 


Anson Green, D.D. . . 


John Carroll . ... 


James Spencer, M.A. 


42 


1864 


Toronto. 


W. L. Thornton, M.A. 


Samuel D. Rice .... 


William Pollard. 


43 


1865 


London 


Richard Jones 


Asahel Hurlburt.. 


John Hunt. 


44 


1866 


Montreal 


George Scott, D.D. 


Wei. Jeffers, D.D. 


George Young. 


45 


1867 


Hamilton 


James Elliott 


Samuel Rose 


James Gray. 


46 


1868 


Kingston . 


W. M. Punshon, M.A. 


Lachlin Taylor, D.D. 


Charles Lavell, M.A. 


47 


1869 


Toronto 


W M. Punshon, M.A. 


George Douglas, LL.D. 


Charles Lavell, M.A. 


48 


1870 


Toronto . 


W M. Punshon, M.A. 


Ephraim Evans, D.D . 


Alex. Sutherland. 


49 


1871 


Belleville 


W. M. Punshon, M.A. 


George R. Sanderson . . 


Alex. Sutherland. 


50 


1872 


Montreal . . . . 


W M. Punshon, M.A. 


John Borland 


William Scott. 


51 


1873 London 


Samuel D. Rice, D.D. . 


Ephr. B. Harper, M.A. 


E. B. Ryckman.M.A. 


52 


1874 


Hamilton ... 


Samuel D. Rice, D.D. . 


John A. Williams 


E. B. Ryckman,M.A. 



NUMBER OF MINISTERS AND MEMBERS. 



31 



TABULAR STATEMENT OF THE NUMBER OF MINISTERS AND 
MEMBERS CONNECTED WITH METHODISM IN CANADA. 

1791 to 1874. 



1.— METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH. 
1. NEW YOEK AND GENESEE CONFERENCES.— Statistics of their Canadian Work.- 

1791 to 1823 



Year. 


Ministers. 


Members. 


Increase. 


Year. 


Ministers. 


Members. 


Increase. 


1791. : . 


1 






1808. 


19 


2,360 


110 


1792. 


1 


165 


165 


1809. 


19 


2,540 


180 


1793. 


2 


345 


180 


1810. 


20 


3,177 


637 


1794. 


3 


332 




1811. 


21 


3,237 


60 


1795. 


4 


418 


86 


1812. 


21 


3,293 


56 


1796. 


4 


474 


56 


1813. 


) No report, owing to the war be- 


1797 


4 


795 


321 


1814.. 


\ tween Great Britain and the U. S. 


1798. 


4 


809 


14 


1815.. 


16 


1,785 




1799. 


5 


866 


57 


1816.. 


18 


2,670 


885 


1800. 


6 


936 


70 


1817 ... 


20 


3,107 


437 


1801. 


10 


1,159 


223 


1818. .. 


26 


4,731 


1,524 


1802. . .. 


10 


1,502 


343 


1819. 


27 


5,232 


501 


1803. 


10 


1,700 


198 


1820. 


27 


5,470 


138 


1804. 


10 


1,750 


50 


1821. 


27 


5,188 




1805. 


10 


1,787 


37 


1822. 


28 


5,222 


34 


1806. 


16 


2,085 


298 


1823.. 


29 


5,315 


93 


1807 


17 


2,250 


165 











2. CANADA CONFERENCES. 
1824 to 1828. 



Year. 



1824 
1825 
1826 
1827 
1828 





Ministers. 






Members. 




Effective 


Super'd. 


Super 'y. 


Total. 


Indians. 


Whites. 


Total. 


Increase. 


31 


5 




36 


56 


6,094 


6,150 


835 


34 


6 




40 


104 


6,771 


6,875 


725 


33 


6 




39 


250 


7,251 


7,501 


526 


39 


5 




44 


572 


8,073 


8,645 


1,084 


49 


7 




56 


915 


8,763 


9,678 


1,033 



II.— METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH IN CANADA. 

1829 to 1832. 



Year. 




Ministers. 






Members. 




Effective 


Super'd. 


Super'y. 


Total. 


Indians. 


Whites. 


Total. 


Increase. 


1829 
1830 
1831 
1832 .. . 


50 
57 
56 
65 


3 

5 
9 

8 


1 


54 
62 
65 
73 


1,052 
1,153 
1,233 
1,090 


9,179 
10,195 
11,330 
13,909 


10,231 
11,348 
12,563 
14,999 


553 
1,117 
1,215 
2,436 



32 



NUMBER OF MINISTERS AND MEMBERS. 



III.— THE WESLEYAN METHODIST CHURCH. 
1833 to 1874. 







Ministers. 






Members. 




y 












' 








Effective 


Super'd. 


Super'y. 


Total. 


Indians. 


Whites. 


Total. 


Increase. 


1833 . . 


72 


9 




81 


913 


15,126 


16,039 


1,040 


1834 


72 


9 


2 


83 


915 


14,015 


14,930 




1835 . . 


85 


8 


2 


95 


909 


14,147 


15,056 


126 


1836 . . 


94 


11 


2 


107 


1,017 


15,027 


16,044 


988 


1837 


92 


11 




103 


923 


14,530 


15,453 




1838 


95 


12 




107 


) ni ■ ( 


15,328 


15,328 




1839 


97 


13 




110 


(^ C J \ 


15,190 


15,190 


»• • • 


1840 


102 


12 




114 


('3""^ ) 


16,354 


16,354 


1,164 


1841 


99 


8 


3 


110 


) a B 


17,017 


17,017 


663 


1842 . . 


107 


9 


4 


120 


772 


18,706 


19,478 


2,461 


1843 .. 


115 


10 


4 


129 


792 


22,519 


23,311 


3,833 


1844 


123 


9 


7 


139 


882 


22,867 


23,749 


438 


1845 . . 


129 


10 


5 


144 


876 


22,070 


22,946 




1846 


143 


9 


6 


158 


812 


20,745 


21,557 




1847 .. 


160 


11 


9 


180 


812 


20,937 


21,749 


192 


1848.. 


157 


13 


13 


183 


1,095 


22,717 


23,842 


2,093 


1849 


160 


12 


13 


185 


1,124 


23,144 


24,268 


426 


1850 . . 


159 


13 


13 


185 


989 


24,053 


25,042 


774 


1851 .. 


179 


12 


13 


204 


1,078 


25,135 


26,213 


1,171 


1852 . . 


188 


12 


12 


212 


1,111 


26,474 


27,585 


1,372 


1853 .. 


197 


14 


10 


221 


1,159 


29,165 


30,324 


2,739 


1854 . . 


236 


18 


9 


254 


1,142 


35,181 


36,323 


5,999 


1855 


253 


19 


16 


288 


1,039 


36,846 


37,885 


1,562 


1856 


275 


21 


15 


311 


1,068 


38,847 


39,915 


2,030 


1857 


295 


26 


12 


333 


1,374 


40,553 


41,927 


2,012 


1858 .. . 


307 


29 


13 


349 


1,715 


47,308 


49,023 


7,096 


1859 .. . 


326 


32 


15 


373 


1,737 


49,932 


51,669 


2,646 


1860 .. . 


365 


39 


17 


421 


1,326 


52,308 


53,634 


1,965 


1861 .. . 


411 


44 


19 


474 


1,799 


51,765 


53,564 




1862 .. . 


424 


42 


21 


487 


1,841 


52,544 


54,385 


821 


1863 


446 


40 


23 


509 


1,857 


54,481 


56,338 


1,953 


1864 


467 


48 


21 


536 


1,664 


53,898 


55,562 




1865 .. . 


469 


51 


17 


537 


1,826 


54,569 


56,395 


833 


1866 ... . 


454 


52 


21 


527 


2,251 


54,517 


56,768 


373 


1867 .. . 


452 


55 


22 


529 


1,755 


56,702 


58,457 


1,689 


1868 . . 


462 


58 


23 


543 


2,160 


58,284 


60,444 


1,987 


1869 


499 


60 


21 


580 


1,723 


60,877 


62,600 


•2,156 


1870 . . 


498 


70 


21 


589 


2,159 


62,529 


64,688 


2,088 


1871 .. 


527 


70 


21 


618 


2,136 


64,663 


66,799 


2,111 


1872.. 


570 


68 


19 


657 


1,663 


67,934 


69,597 


1,798 


1873 . . 


589 


71 


22 


682 


2,045 


68,639 


70,684 


1,087 


1874 . . 


599 


75 


21 


695 


2,201 


71,356 


73,557 


2,873 



CONNEXIONAL FUNDS OF THE WESLEYAN METHODIST CHURCH. 



33 



TABULAR STATEMENT 



OF THE 



OOIN'IlSrEIXIOIN'.A.L FTJ^TIDS 



OF 



®bt mtih^m Mttboiti&t dknttb, 



1833 to 1874. 



Year. 


Church Relief 


Contingent 


Educational 


Superannuated 


Fund. 


Fund. 


Fund. 


Min. Fund. 




| cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


1833. .... 




$562 88 




$1,430 88 


1834 




432 35 




432 35 


1835 




407 67 




727 43 


1836 




838 23 




838 23 


1837 




573 12 




938 18 


1838. 




867 56 




946 62 


1839 




1,081 27 




1,190 97 


1840 




880 87 




935 10 


1841 




914 29 




1,148 78 


1842. .. .... 




1,062 42 




1,275 16 


1843. .. 




1,072 92 




1,510 13 


1844 




1,135 70 




1,650 96 


1845 




1,254 16 




1,660 85 


1846. 




1,598 37 




1,791 99 


1847 


345 62 


1,821 34 




1,518 13 


1848. .. 


552 54 


4,392 40 




1,788 42 


1849.... 


630 65 


4,705 65 




2,023 93 


1850 • ■ •• 


812 32 


4,825 43 




2,199 42 


1851.. .... 


855 23 


5,288 04 




2,437 07 


1852. .. 


954 50 


5,187 78 




2,435 46 


1853. 


1,040 26 


5,347 21 




3,944 99 


1854 


1,199 08 


5,798 73 




4,439 52 


1855. 


1,402 05 


6,291 04 


802 02 


4,579 87 


1856.. 


1,752 52 


6,878 61 


1,176 15 


5,901 79 


1857 


1,811 65 


7,263 14 


1,187 48 


6,025 58 


1858 


1,592 50 


6,127 26 


1,137 21 


7,345 33 


1859 


1,450 62 


5,531 87 


1,104 59 


9,103 14 


1860. 


1,459 89 


5,475 96 


1,126 00 


7,091 97 


1861.. 


1,464 00 


5,537 21 


1,242 18 


9,513 51 


1862. 


1,532 91 


5,682 26 


1,252 07 


9,056 85 


1863. .. .':... 


1,583 83 


5,721 09 


1,275 39 


8,817 16 


1864 


1,672 00 


6,133 92 


1,319 10 


10,504 38 


1865. 


1,642 38 


5,785 35 


1,269 54 


10,788 48 


1866 


1,575 58 


6,107 92 


1,265 88 


12,780 50 


1867 


1,867 29 


6,634 40 


1,494 72 


13,387 77 


1868 


2,249 00 


7,063 73 


1,537 44 


15,789 32 


1869 .. . 


2,239 26 


7,582 62 


1,845 77 


22,842 11 


1870. .. 


2,513 83 


7,582 51 


2,372 27 


19,065 34 


1871. .. 


! 2,520 00 


7,873 64 


1,508 02 


26,197 08 


1872 


' 2,763 53 


8,270 51 


2,969 79 


24,045 40 


1873. 


2,929 59 


8,118 54 


2,740 18 


29,343 30 


1874 


3,050 56 


7,979 26 


2,954 36 


27,657 65 



NAMES 



OF 



MINISTERS & PROBATIONERS FOR THE MINISTRY 



WHO LABOTJKED IN CONNECTION WITH THE 



JItriljtfMst (Kpisrnpal Cljurdj in Cattaira, 

From 1790 to 1832, 

CLASSIFIED AND ARRANGED UNDER THE YEAR IN WHICH THEIR 

MINISTRY BEGAN. 



Note. — A blank after the name indicates connection with the Conference at the time of the 
Union in 1833. The figures in the column after the name show the year in which his ministry in 
Canada ceased ; the letters indicating the cause, thus — D. died ; ex. expelled ; loc. located ; u. s. 
removed to the United States. 



1783. 

1 "Whitehead, Thomas 

1788. 

2 Dunham, Darius. 

1789. 
5 Losee, William. 

1791. 

4 Coleman, James 

1793. 

5 Woolsey, Elijah .... 

6 Wooster, Hezekiah C. . 



1794. 



7 Brumley, Daniel 

8 Coate, Samuel . . 

9 Robinson, John . . 

1795. 

10 Coate, Michael. 

11 Jewell, Joseph 

12 Keeler, Sylvanus 

1796. 
1?) Vannest, Peter. . 

1797. 
1 4 Sawyer, Joseph 



.loc. 



.loc. 



tj. s. 

. .D. 



TJ. s. 
.LOC. 

.loc. 



.V. s. 
.V. s. 
.LOC. 



. V. s. 



.LOC. 



1800 



1793 



1800 



1796 
1798 



1816 
1810 
1804 



1799 
1803 
1807 



1804 



1810 



1799. 

15 Chichester, Elijah tj. s. 

16 Herron, James . . . .u. s. 

1800. 

17 Anson, William rj. s. 

18 Merwin, Samuel tj. s. 

19 Morris, Caleb ... tj. s. 

20 Pickett, Daniel . . . loc 

21 Ryan, Henry . . . loc. 

1801. 

22 Aikens, James . rj. s. 

23 Bangs, Nathan v. s. 

24 Clark, Laban rj. s. 

25 Crowell, Seth tj. s. 

26 Draper, Samuel v. s. 

27 Ruter, Martin ... . u. s. 

1802. 

28 Howe, Samuel ... u. s. 

29 Madden, Thomas ' 

30 Tompkins, Nehemiah U. .tj. s. 

1803. 

31 Bishop, Luther ... . . . u. s. 

32 Cochran, Samuel . . u. s. 

33 Harris, Reuben tj. s. 

34 Pearce, Gershom. . tj. s. 

1805. 

35 Burch, Thomas . . . . . . tj. s 

36 Case, William 



1804 
1801 



1806 
1804 
1802 
1809 
1827 



1802 
1808 
1804 
1803 
1802 
1805 



1805 
1803 



1808 
1809 
1807 
1808 



1815 



MINISTERS AND PROBATIONERS. 



35 



1805. — ( Continued. ) 

37 Perry, Robert. .loc 

38 Prindel, Andrew 

39 Samson, Joseph. u. s. 

40 Scull, Joseph u. s. 

41 Walker, Levi loc. 



1806. 

42 Ayer, Philip . . 

43 Mitchell, James 

44 McCracken, George. 

45 Snyder, William . . 

46 Sykes, Oliver 



1807. 

47 Holmes, Ninian . . 

48 Hulbert, Cephas. . . . 

49 Lockwood, Joseph — 

50 Pattie, Elias 

51 Smith, Isaac B. 

52 Snow, William.. . 

53 Sornborger, Stephen. 

54 Virgin, Charles. . . 

1808. 

55 Freeman, Daniel. . . 

56 Hibbard, Robert. . . 

57 Lambert, Chandly. . . 

58 Reynolds, John . . 

59 Rhodes, John 

60 Whiting, Lansford . . 



.tr. s. 
.u. s. 

.LOC. 
.LOC. 

.u. s. 



.LOC. 
.LOC. 
.LOC. 
.U. S. 
.LOC. 

.u. s. 

.EX. 

.tr. s. 



.LOC. 
. .D. 
.V. s. 
.LOC. 

U. s. 

v. a. 



1809. 

61 Densmore, Geo. W u. s. 

62 Smith, Bela . .v. s. 

63 Streeter, Elisha.. .. .v. s. 

1810. 

64 Bennett, Leonard — .. .u. s. 
66 Cooper, Edward. loc. 

66 Covenhoven, Peter loc. 

67 Dennett, Joseph u. s. 

68 Garlick, Heman. U.S. 

69 Gatchell, Joseph 

70 Minor, Timothy .u. s. 

71 Sabin, Benjamin U.S. 

1811. 

72 Addoms, John T v. a. 

73 Burdock, Enoch loc. 

74 Hopkins, Silas. ..loc. 

75 Lewis, John . .. .. ..loc. 

76 Luckey, Samuel u. s. 

1812. 

77 Evarts, Renaldo M . TJ. s. 

78 Hickox, Joseph loc. 

79 Ross, William U.S. 

1813. 

80 Chamberlain, Israel . u. s. 

81 Culp, David loc. 

82 Hamilton, John. . . . . u. s. 

83 Jones, Peter 

84 Reeder, Nathaniel. . . . .u. s. 

85 Warren, Elijah. . . . .loc. 

86 Youmans, David 



1811 

1812 
1812 
1808 



1807 
1815 
1810 
1809 
1809 



1814 
1810 
1811 
1811 
1829 
1810 
1812 
1807 



1811 
1812 
1810 
1813 
1816 
1810 



1812 
1811 
1810 



1813 
1814 
1813 
1812 
1811 

1812 
1817 



1814 
1813 
1813 
1817 
1813 



1820 
1820 
1813 



1818 
1825 
1817 

1819 
1818 



1814. 

87 Adams, Ezra 

88 Adams, Zenas 

89 Barlow, William. 

90 Bowen, Elias 

91 Chamberlain, Wyatt . 

92 Peirce, Thomas C. . . . 

93 Wilson, Shipley W 

1815. 

94 Arnold, John .... 

95 Brown, William 

96 Davis, Alpheus. . . . 

97 Dempster, John 

98 Goodwin, Timothy 

99 Plumbly, Daniel. . . 

1816. 

100 Byam, John W 

101 Cannon, Ibri 

102 Covell, James . . . 

103 Ferguson, George. 

104 Jones, William 

105 McGee, Thomas 

106 Scarritt, Josiah A . . 

107 Shepherdson, Daniel . 

108 Torry, Alvin 

1817. 

109 Belton, Samuel 

110 Jackson, James.. . . 

111 Peal, J. Griggs.. 

112 Reed, Fitch 

113 Seager, Aurora... 

114 Swazey, Caleb.. 

115 Tuke, John... 

116 Wilson, James 



.u. 


s. 


.u. 


s. 


.u. 


s. 


.u. 


s. 


.u. 


s. 



.u. s. 



u. 


s. 


1819 


u. 


s. 


1817 


u. 


s. 


1821 


u. 


s. 


1817 


u. 


s. 


1818 


u. 


s. 


1821 


u. 


s. 


1820 






1822 






1818 


u. 


s. 


1819 


u. 


s. 


1825 


.u. 


s. 


1828 



.EX. 


1829 


. . D. 


1822 


U. S. 


1822 


. .D. 


1819 


.LOC. 


1819 


.LOC. 


1820 



1818. 

117 Dixon, Truman. . . 

118 Flint, Calvin M 

119 Haskel, Squire B 

120 Jeffers, Robert. 

121 Mack, Wilbur... . 

122 Norris, Samuel . . . 

123 Rundle, William W 

1819. 

124 Boardman, Elijah. .. 

125 Demorest, Thomas.. .. 

126 Metcalf, Franklin 

127 Smith, Kenneth McK. 

128 Spore, David C 

1820. 

129 Crandell, Phineas. .. 

130 Healy, Ezra 

131 Ryerson, John 

132 Smith, Philander. 

133 Williams, Win. H. .. 



1821. 

134 Ryerson, William . 

135 Waldron, Solomon. 

136 Wright, David. . . , 



.u. s. 
.u. s. 
.u. s. 



.LOC. 

.LOC. 
.U. S. 
.U. S. 



u. s. 

.LOC. 



.LOC. 

u. s. 



1819 
1818 
1819 

1818 
1817 



1816 



1821 
1823 
1821 
1822 
1819 
1820 
1820 



1821 
1827 

1826 
1822 



1821 



36 



METHODIST EPISCOPAL CONFERENCE. 



1822. 

137 Attwood, Joseph.. . 

138 Castle, Joseph.. 

139 Corson, Robert 

140 Irvine, Alex. . 

141 Parker, John 

142 Slater, "William. 

143 Wood, Charles 



1823. 



.u. s. 

.IT. S. 



u, s. 

. .D. 



144 Griffis, William 

145 Hey land, Rowley 

146 Messmore, Joseph.. .. 

147 Poole, Jacob .loc. 

148 Stoney, Edmund. 



1824. 

149 Bissell, George 

150 Black, John .... 

151 Breakenridge, David. ...loc. 

152 Green, Anson . ..... 

153 McMullen, Daniel ... 

154 Richardson, James 

155 Ryerson, Egerton 

156 Sovereign, George. 



1825. 

157 Jones, Peter (Kakewaquonaby). ... 

158 Jones, Richard .... 

159 Martin, Timothy . loc. 

160 Poole, George 



1826. 

161 Allison, Cyrus R. . . 

162 Beatty, John 

163 Farr, George .. 

164 Phelps, Richard . 

165 Whiting, Matthew 

1827. 

166 Adams, Alvah .. 

167 Attwood, John S. . 



LOC. 



1825 
1824 



1824 
1829 



1831 



1827 



1826 



1829 



1827. — (Confirmed.) 



168 Bevitt, Thomas... 

169 Biggar, Hamilton. 

170 Carroll, John 

171 Davidson, John C. 

172 Evans, Ephraim. . 

173 Huston, John H. 

174 Norris, James 



1828. 

175 Armstrong, John. 

176 Huntingdon, Simon 

177 Hurlburt, Asahel 

178 Ryerson, George 

179 Shaler, Henry, 

180 Smith, William 



181 Currie, James 

182 Miller, Gilbert. 

183 Patrick, William. 

184 Van Dusen, Conrad 

1830 

185 Bailey, John 

186 Brock, James. 

187 Church, Levius S 

188 Dean,, Horace . . . 

189 Evans, James . . . 

1831 

190 Baxter, John. 

191 Musgrove, James. . 

192 Ryerson, Edwy M. 

193 Shepherd, Edmund. 

194 Warner, Lewis . . 

195 Wilkinson, Henry 

1832. 

196 Holtby, Matthias . 

197 McNab, Alexander 

198 Sunday, John 




.LOC. 



1831 



1831 



Note. — Of the above 198 Ministers and Preachers — 
38 Located after spending a short term in the work ; 
80 Returned to the work in the United States ; 
2 Were expelled ; 
5 Died ; and 

73 Remained in the Canadian work and participated in the Union of 1833. — See Wesleyan 
Conference for their subsequent record. 




ALPHABETICAL ARRANGEMENT 

OF 

MINISTERS & PROBATIONERS FOR THE MINISTRY 

CONNECTED WITH THE 

JEtfljnMst (Bpiarnpal (EHjurrlj in (Kana&a, 

From 1790 to 1833. 



In this list will be found the names of all the Ministers and Proba- 
tioners for the Ministry who laboured in Canada under the direction of the 
Methodist Episcopal Church in the United States from the year 1790 to 
the formation of the Canada Conference in the year 1824, and of the Canada 
Conference from the year 1824 to the year 1833, when, by the Articles of 
Union, they became a part of the Wesleyan Methodist Church ; showing 
the Circuits or Missions to which they were appointed, the date of beginning 
their ministry, time of ordination, official position, etc. 

A. 



ADAMS, ALVAH. 



1827 c. 

28 R. on t. 
29 

30 OE. D 

31 

32 . . 

33 .. 



Matilda. 

Mississippi. 

Perth. 

Bonchire. 

By town. 

Bytown. 

Sec Wes. Conf. 



ADAMS, EZRA. 



1814 c. 



15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
to 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 



r. on t . 



OR. D . 



P. ELD . 



Ancaster and 

Long Point. 
Bay of Quinte. 
Bay of Quinte. 
Hallowell. 
Ottawa. 
Ottawa. 
Thames. 
Thames. 
Niagara. 
Niagara. 

Located. 

Yonge Street. 
London District. 
See Wes. Conf. 



ADAMS, ZENAS. 

r. on t. . New Haven, L'.S. 
. . New Haven, U.S. 
or. D . Danville. 
. . Danville. 
or. E . . . Stan stead and 

St. Francis. 
Unity, Vt. 

> . . Superannuated. 

Salisbury. 

Salisbury. 

Salisbury. 
Located. 



Note. — In 1833 he was placed 
in charge of the Toronto Circuit. 
During that Conference year he 
died, in the 58th year of his age. 





ADDOMS 


11 


c. 




12 


R. 


on t . . 


13 


OE 


D. 


14 






15 







JOHN T. 



Y. 



Malone, N. 

Dunham. 

Dunham. 

N.Y. Conference. 

Located. 



AIKENS, JAMES. 
1801 R. wit Oswegotchie. 

2 ! 



to (• 
22 ) 



United States. 



Died August 9th, 1823, aged 
43 years. 



ALLISON, CYRUS RICH- 
MOND. 

1826 c. Matilda. 

27 R. on t. Augusta. 

28 . . Ottawa. 

29 or. d. Ottawa. 

30 Yellowhead and 

Matchedash. 

31 Rideau. 

32 . . Agent Upper 

Canada Acad. 

33 See Wes. Conf. 

ANSON, WILLIAM. 

1800 R. onT. 
1 

2 OR. D. 

3 
4 



Bay of Quinte. 
Oswegotchie. 
Grand Isle. 
Vergennes. 
Home District. 



38 



MINISTERS AND PROBATIONERS. 



1805 or. E.... Pittsfleld. 

to > . . United States. 

22 ) 

23 ) 

to [ Sup'd Troy Con- 

48 ) ference. 

Died, July 17th, 1848, aged 
80 years. 



ARMSTRONG, JOHN. 

1828 c. . . Niagara. 

29 R. out.. Toronto T'p. 

30 . . Dumfries. 

31 . . . . Long Point. 



1832 . . . . Nelson. 

33 See Wesleyan 

Conference. 



ARNOLD, JOHN. 

1815 R. omt.. St. Lawrence. 
16 

to J- ... United States. 
31 
32 

to } sup'd. Oneida, U.S. 
65 



ATTWOOD, JOHN S. 

1827 E.wiT.. Belleville. 

28 Belleville. 

29 R. F. c. Lake Simcoe. 



1830 ok. d... Ancaster. 

31 -.....: Dumfries. 

32 Dumfries. 

33 See Wes. Conf. 

ATTWOOD, JOSEPH. 
1822 R. on t. United States. 



23 ..... 

24 OR. D... 



Smith's Creek. 
Yonge Street and 
York.. 

25 Rem. to U. S. 

Located 1836. 

AYER, PHILIP. 

1806 r. onT. Stanstead. 
7 . . . Rem. to U. S. 
Located 1836. • 



B. 





BAILEY, JOHN. 




BARLOW, WILLIAM. 


1830 


r. on t . London. 




1814 E.OHT. Genesee Conf. 


31 


London. 




15 . . Genesee Conf. 


32 


Oxford. 




16 or. d.. Genesee Conf. 


33 


... See Wes. 


Conf. 


17 . Montreal. 

18 Returned toU. S 









Withdrew 1821. 



BANGS, NATHAN, D.D. 

1801 c. . Niagara and 

Long Point. 

2 R. on t . Bay Quinte and 

Home District. 

3 Bay Quinte and 

Home District. 

, I or. D. ) Thames, 3 mo. 

( or. e. ) Niagara, 9 mo. 

5 . . Oswegotchie. 

» { Quebec, 3 mo. 

( Montreal, 9 mo. 

7 . . . Montreal. 

8 . . Deleware, N.Y. 
9 Albany, N.Y. 

Note. — In 1808 he was a dele- 
gate to the General Conference, 
and with the exception of 1848 
was a delegate to every General 
Conference until 1856. In 1820 
he was elected Book Agent, and 
in 1824 re-elected to the same. 
In 1828 he was elected Editor of 
the Christian Advocate. In 1836, 
Missionary Secretary. In 1838 
he published a history of the 
Methodist Episcopal Church, in 
four volumes ; he was also the au- 
thor of several important works. 
In 1850 he visited the Canada 
Wesleyan Conference as the re- 
presentative of the General Con- 
ference of the Methodist Episcopal 
Church in the United States. 

He died May 3rd, 1862, aged 
84 years. 



BAXTER, JOHN. 
1831 c. Westminster. 

32 R.onT.. Hallowell. 

33 . . . . See Wes. Conf. 



BEATTY, JOHN. 


1826 c 


Yonge Street. 


27 c. . . 


. Yonge Street. 


28 R. 071 T 


Newmarket and 




Lake Simcoe. 


29 


Belleville. 


30 OR. E.. 


Belleville. 


31 


Agent Upper 




Canada Acad. 


32 


Agent Upper 




Canada Acad. 


33 


. See Wes. Conf. 


BELTON, SAMUEL. 


1817 c. . . 


Ostego, N.Y. 


18 R. 071 T 


Detroit. 


19 .. . 


. York. 


20 .. 


. Westminster: 


21 OR. D.. 


. Hallowell. 


22 OR. E.. 


Smith's Creek. 


23 


Smith's Creek. 


24 . .. 


Belleville. 


25 


Mississippi and 




Perth 


26 .. 


. . Bay Quinte. 


27 


. Bay Quinte. 


28 .... 


. . Fort George. 


29 


. . Fort George. 


30 .. 


Westminster. 


31 ... 


Ancaster. 


32 


Nelson. 


33 


. See Wes. Conf. 



BENNETT, LEONARD. 

1810 R. on T. Grantham, N.Y. 

11 . . . Bridgewater, 

N.Y. 

12 OR. D.. . . Stanstead. 

13 . United States. 
35 sup'd. New Hampshire 

' Conference. 

Died in 1846, aged 60 years. 



BEVITT, THOM4.S. 

1827 . . United States. 

28 United States. 

29 c . . . Kingston. 

30 R. -on t . . Hallowell. 
31 Hallowell. 

32 Belleville. 

33 See Wes. Conf. 



BIGGAR, 


HAMILTON. 


1827 c. 


Cavan and 




Rice Lake 


28 R. 071 T. 


Cavan and 




Rice Lake 


29 


Hallowell. 


30 OR D. . . 


. Whitby. 


31 .. .. 


London. 


32 .. .. 


Westmister. 


33 


See Wes. Conf. 



BISHOP, LUTHER. 

1803 R. on t. Oswegotchie. 

4 Niagara and 

Long Point. 

5_ or. B. Long Point. 

6 . . . . Smith's Creek. 

7 or. e. , Bay Quinte. 

8 ) 

to > . . United States. 

13 ) 

14 . . Located. 



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39 





BISSELL, GEORGE. 


1824 


R. 


on t. 


Ottawa. 


25 






Rice Lake. 


26 


OR 


D. 


Hull. 


27 






Rideau. 


28 
29 
30 
31 
32 


OR 


E.. . 


Augusta. 
Bay Quinte. 
Bay Quinte. 
Yonge Street. 
Toronto and 

Credit 


33 






See Wes. Conf. 




BLACK, JOHN. 


1824 


0. 




Cornwall. 


25 
26 

27 


R. 
OR. 


on t. 

D.. . 


Cobourg. 
Cobourg. 
Toronto T'p. 


28 






Perth. 


•29 
30 


OR 


E.. . 


Mississippi. 
Cornwall. 


31 

32 






Augusta. 
Ottawa. 


33 






See Wes. Conf. 



BOARDMAN, ELIJAH. 

1819 r. on t. Smith's Creek. 

20 Cornwall. 

21 ... Rem. to U. S. 
Expelled 1833. 

BO WEN, ELI AS, D.D. 
1814 

to 

17 
1818 

19 

to 

56 

57 

to !> sup'd 



Genesee Conf. 
Montreal. 
United States. 



69 



Oneida Conf. 



Note. — For 24 years he was a 
Presiding Elder. He was a Dele- 
gate to seven General Conferences. 
In 1870 he united with the Free 
Methodists. He died Oct. 25th, 
1871, aged 80 years. 



BREAKENRIDGE, DAVID. 
1824 r. on t. Smith's Creek. 

25 Cobourg. 

26 . . Belleville. 

27 Located. 



BROCK, JAMES. 
1830 c. Rideau. 

31 R. on T. Bonchire. 

32 Mississippi. 

33 See Wes. Conf. 



BROWN, 

1815 R. on t. 
16 

17 OR. D. 
18 



19 

20 
to 
28 
29 
30 



WILLIAM. 

Niagara. 
Montreal. 
Cornwall. 
Retired — ill 

health. 
In charge of a 
Circuit. 



sup'y Rideau. 



p. ELD. 
p. eld. 

31 sup'y. 

32 sup'y. 
33 



Rideau District. 
Rideau District. 
Smith's Falls. 
Smith's Falls. 
See Wes. Conf. 



BRUMLEY, DANIEL. 

1794 r. on t. Pittsfield, U. S. 

95 . . Greenwich, U. S. 

96 or. d.. Pomfret. 

97 . . Granville. 



1798 
99 
to 

1814 
15 
16 



OR. E. Needham. 

. New England. 

Montreal. 
. . Rem. to U. S. 



1811 
12 
13 



BURDOCK, ENOCH. 

r. on t. Long Point. 
Long Point. 
Located. 



BURCH, THOMAS. 



05 r. on t. 


Millford, U. S. 


6 


St. Martins, U. S 


7 OR. D. 


Dauphin, U. S. 


8 


Dauphin, U. S. 


9 OR. E. 


Lancaster. 


10 


Philadelphia. 


11 


Philadelphia. 


12 


Montreal. 


13 


Montreal. 


14 


Montreal. 


15) 




to } 


United States. 


34 j 




35 ) 




to > sup'd . 


New York Conf. 


49 





Died August 22nd, 1849, aged 
71 years. 

BYAM, JOHN WESLEY. 



1816 r. on t. 
17 

18 .. 



Ontario, N. Y. 

Niagara. 

Located. 



Note. — In 1834, as one of the 
men dissatisfied with the Union 
of 1833, he assisted in the organi- 
zation of the present Methodist 
Episcopal Church of Canada. 



c. 



CANNON, IBRI. 
1816 ) 

to > . . United States. 

20 Dunham, C. E. 

21 . ., . United States. 
Located 1844. 

Died at Troy, N. Y. , June 15th, 
1866, aged 83 years. 



CARROLL, JOHN. 

Toronto Tp. four 

months. 
Belleville. 
Cobourg. 
Perth. 

Perth. [town. 
Ottawa and By- 
See Wes. Conf. 



1827 c 

28 c. .. 

29 r. on t . 
30 

31 R. F. C. 

32 

33 .. 



CASE, 


WILLIAM. 


05 R. on t . 
6 

7 OR. D. 

8 OR. E.. 


Bay Quinte. 
Oswegotchie. 
Ulster, N.Y. 
Ancaster. 


9 


Detroit. 


10 P. E. . . 

11 P. E. . 

12 P. E. . 


Cayuga Dist. U. S. 
Cayuga Dist. U. S. 
Oneida Dist. 


13 P. E. . 


Oneida Dist. 


14 P. E. . . 

15 P. E. . 


. Chenango Dist. 
Upper Canada 
District. 


16) 




to > P. E. . . 


Lower Canada 


19 \ 


District 


20 ) 




to > P. E . 

23) 


Upper Canada 
District 



to > P. E . 


Bay Quinte Dist 


27) 




28 ) 


( Sup't. Ind. Mis 


29 ) 


' ( and Schools. 


30 ) 




to \ 


Grape Island, 


32 ) 


General Supt 


33 


See Wes. Conf. 



CASTLE,. JOSEPH, D.D. 

1822 c Hallowell. 

Augusta. 



23 R. on t. 

24 .. 



Rem. to U. S. 



Note. — In 1837 he received 
the degree of M.A. from Hamil- 
ton College. In 1848 he gra- 



40 



MINISTERS AND PROBATIONERS. 



duated in medicine in the Penn- 
sylvania College of Medicine, and 
the same year received the de- 
gree of Doctor in Divinity from 
Dickinson College. From 1863 
to 1871 he was a Presiding Elder. 
In 1875 he was Superannuated. 



CHAMBERLAIN, ISRAEL, 
D.D. 



1813 

14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
to 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
to 
■ 74 



k. on t Northumber- 
land, U.S. 
United States. 
or. D. . . St. Lawrence. 
. . United States. 

or. E. . . Belleville. 

. . Genesee Conf. 



Editor N. C. Ad- 
vocate. 



sup'd Genesee Conf. 



Died at Lyndonville, March 
20th, 1875, aged 80 years. 



CHAMBERLAIN, WYATT. 



on t. 




United States. 
United States. 
St. Lawrence. 
Hallowell. 
Augusta. 
United States. 
United States. 
Augusta. 
Bay Quinte. 
Bay Quinte. 
Augusta. 
Augusta. 
Cornwall. 
Hallowell. 



sup'd Rideau. 



CLARE, LAB AN, D.D. 

1801 R. on t. Fletcher, U.S. 

2 .. .. Plattsbvrg, U.S. 

3 or. d.. St. John's and 

Sorel. 
4 

to | 
50 
51 
to \ sup'd . 



United States. 



United States. 



Died Nov. 28th, 1868, aged 91 
years. 



COATE, MICHAEL. 

1795 r. out. Columbia, N. Y. 

96 Columbia, N. Y. 

97 or. d.. . Middleton, N.Y. 

98 Niagara. 

99 or. e.. United States. 

Died August 1st, 1814, aged 47 
years. 



COATE, SAMUEL. 
1794 R. on t. Flanders, N.Y, 

95 A1V-C--KTV 

96 OR. D.. 

97 

98 OR. E.. 

99 

1800 

1 

2 



4 p. E 

5 P. E. 
6 

7 

8 p. e. . 

9 P. E. 

10 ... 



Albany, N.Y. 
Bay Quinte. 
Bay Quinte. 
Oswegotchie. 
Bay Quinte. 
Burlington, N.J. 
Burlington, N.J. 
Philadelphia. 
Baltimore. 
Canada District. 
Canada District. 
Montreal. 
Quebec. 
Lower Canada 

District. 
Lower Canada 

District. 
Located. 



See Wes. Conf. 



CHICHESTER, ELIJAH. 

1799 R. on t. Windsor, U.S. 

1800 .. Windsor, U.S. 

1 OR. d Plattsburg, U.S. 

2 . . Vergennes, U.S. 

3 OR. E. . . St. John's and 

Sorel. 

4 . Ret. to U.S. 
Located 1807. 



CHURCH, LIVIUS S. 

1830 E.i»T. Ottawa. 
31 Dropped. 



COCHRAN, SAMUEL. 



1803 c. . . 

4 E.OTT. 

5 

6 OR. D 

7 

8 OR. E.. 
9 

41 sup'd. . 



Fletcher, U.S. 
Grand Isle. 
Vergennes. 
Litchfield. 
St. Lawrence. 
Quebec. 
United States. 
New York Conf. 



Died May, 1845, aged • 



COLEMAN, JAMES. 

1791 R. on t. Redstone, U.S. 

92 Litchfield. 

93 or. D... Fairfield. 

94 Oswegotchie. 

95 OR. e.... Oswegotchie. 



1796 .. 

97 .. 

98 

99 .. 
1800 

23 sup'd. 



Niagara. 
Niagara. 
Niagara. 
Niagara. 
Vermont, U.S. 
New York Conf. 



Died February 5th, 1845, aged 
77 years. 



COOPER, EDWARD. 

1810 R.o»T. St. Lawrence. 

11 Bay Quinte. 

12 or. d.. Augusta. 

13 . . Augusta. 

14 . . Located. 



CORSON, ROBERT. 

1822 c. Westminster. 

23 R. oni. London. 

24 Dumfries. 

25 OR. D. . . Dumfries. 

26 Westminster. 

27 OR. E.. Long Point. 

28 .. Whitby and 

Scugog. 

29 Whitby. 

30 . . Toronto Tp. 

31 . . Toronto Tp. 

32 . . Yonge Street. 

33 -See Wes. Conf. 



COVELL, JAMES. 

1816 r. onr. Pittsfield, Mass. 

17 Brandon, Vt. 

18 or. D. Dunham. 

19 . . St. Albans. 

20 New York, Conf. 

Died 1843, aged 49 years. 



COVENHOVEN, PETER. 

1810 R. oni. Bay Quinte. 

11 . . . . Niagara. 

12 or. D. . . Ancaster and 

Long Point. 

13 Located. 



CRANDELL, PHINEAS. 

1820 r. on t Stanstead. 

21 Rem. to U. S. 

53 ) 

to > sup'd New England 

75 ] Conference. 



CROWELL, SETH. 

1801 R. om. Niagara. 

2 . . Oswegotchie and 

Ottawa. 

3 or. d. Rem. to U. S. 

Died July 6th, 1826, aged 45 
years. 



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41 



CULP, DAVID. 

1813 C. . . Ancaster and 

Long Point. 

14 C. . . Ancaster and 

Long Point. 

15 r. <MiT. Bay Quinte. 

16 Ancaster. 

17 or. d. Yonge Street. 

18 .. .. York. 

19 Genesee Conf. 

20 . . Genesee Conf. 

21 Yonge Street. 



22 


Long Point and 




Ancaster 


23 .. 


. . . Ancaster. 


24 


Ancaster. 


25 


Located. 



Note. — Mr. Culp was one of 
the noted Five who in 1834 met at 
Cummer's meeting-house, Yonge 
Street and organized the present 
Methodist Episcopal Church of 
Canada. He died June 16th, 
1871, aged 87 years. 



CURRIE, JAMES. 



1829 c. 


. Albion. 


30 e. on t . 


Yellowhead and 




Matchedash 


31 


Lake Simcoe. 


32 


. Cavan and 




Hallowell 


33 


See Wes. Conf. 



D. 



DAVIDSON, JOHN C. 

1827 E. out. Hallowell. 

28 Kingston. 

29 R. f. c Brockville. 

30 or. D. . . Bytown. 

31 . . Bytown. 

32 Cobourg. 

33 See Wes. Conf. 

DAVIS, ALPHEUS. 

1815 c. Cayuga, N. Y. 

16 r. om. Northumberland 

17 or. D. ... Clarence. 

18 Ancaster. 

19 or. e. . . Herkimer, N. Y. 

20 sup'd. Herkimer, N. Y. 

Died October 8th, 1820, aged 
27 years. 

DEAN, HORACE. 

1830 c. London. 

31 e. on t . Westminster. 

32 Thames. 

33 . . . . See Wes. Conf. 

DEMOREST, THOMAS. 

1819 E. om. St. Lawrence. 

20 Yonge Street. 

21 Thames. 



1822 or. d. Lyon's Creek. 

23 . . Grand River. 

24 Niagara. 

25 or. E. Niagara. 

26 . . . . Dumfries. 

27 ... Located. 
See Wes. Conf. 



DEMPSTER, JOHN D.D. 

1815 c. Genesee Conf. 

16 R. out. St. Lawrence. 

17 . . . . United States. 
Died November 28th, 1863, 

aged 70 years. 



DENNETT, JOSEPH. 

1810 e. onr. Barnard, U. S. 

11 Stanstead. 

12 . . Ret. to U. S. 
Located 1814. 



DENSMORE, GEO. WASH- 
INGTON. 

1809 e. otot. Cayuga, U. S. 

10 Ontario, U S. 

11 or. d. Long Point. 

12 . . Detroit, U. S. 
Located 1836. 



DIXON, TRUEMAN. 

1818 R. out. Detroit. 

19 . . Detroit. 

20 or. D. . . Montreal and 

Ottawa. 

21 . . Ret. to U. S. 

Located 1825. 



DRAPER, SAMUEL. 

1801 e. onr. Upper Canada. 

2 United States. 

Died in 1824, aged 46 years. 

DUNHAM, DARIUS. 

1788 E. out Shoreham, U. S. 

89 Cambridge, U.S. 

90 or. D. Cambridge, U.S. 

91 . . Columbia, U. S. 

92 OR. e. Cataraqui. 

93 Cataraqui. 

94 p. eld. Canada District. 

95 Niagara. 

96 P. eld. Canada District. 

97 p. eld. Canada District. 

98 p. eld . Bay Quinte Dist. 

99 Oswegotchie. 
1800 Located. 

Died in 1825 or 1826. 



E. 



EVANS, EPHRAIM. 

1827 o. . . Kingston. 

28 R. on T . Cobourg. 

29 Kingston. 

30 or d . Niagara. 

31 . . Stamford. 

32 . . Stamford. 

33 . . See Wes. Conf. 



EVANS, JAMES. 
1830 r. on t. Rice Lake. 

31 . . Credit. 

32 oe. D. Ancaster. 

33 . . See Wes. Conf. 

EVERTS, RENALDO M. 
1812 r. imT. . Caledonia, U. S. 
13 .. Bloomfield, U. S. 



1814 or. d. Wyalusing. 

15 Northumberland 

16 or. eld. Lycoming. 

17 Bald Eagle. 

18 Ottawa. 

19 . . Augusta. 

20 Ret. to U. S. 

Died July 20th, 1865, aged 77 
years. 



42 



MINISTERS AND PROBATIONERS. 



F. 



FARR, GEORGE. 

1826 R. out. Ottawa. 

27 .... Perth. 

28 oe. D. Bonehire. 

29 Located. 



FERGUSON, GEORGE. 

1816 E. oni. Ottawa. 

17 . . Niagara. 

18 oe. D. Niagara. 

19 Ancaster. 

20 oe. eld.. Ancaster. 

21 . . Westminster. 

22 . . . . Long Point. 



1823 .. .. 


Westminster. 


24 


Westminster. 


25 .. 


Thames. 


26 

27 .... 


. Amherstburg. 
Thames. 


28 


Hallowell. 


29 


Hallowell. 


30 
31 
32 .. 


Bay Qninte. 
Bay Quinte. 
Waterloo. 


33 


See Wes. Conf 


FLINT, 


CALVIN M. 


1818 E. OTIT 


St. Lawrence. 


19 


Augusta. 



1820 oe. D. Rideau. 

21 Belleville. 

22 oe. eld.. Hallowell. 

23 . . Ret. to U. S. 
Located 1829. 



FREEMAN, DANIEL. 



1808 E. OUT. 
9 

10 OE. D. 
11 



Asbury, U. S. 
Asbury, U. S. 
Ancaster. 
Located. 



Died in Windham, Ontario, 
March 10th, 1835. 



a 



GARLICK, HEMAN. 



New York Conf. 



1810 e. om. Dunham. 

to \ 

14) 

15 Located. 

Died in 1857. 



GATCHELL, JOSEPH. 



1810 E. OUT. 


. Niagara. 


11 


Smith's Creek. 


12 OE. D. . 


. Yonge Street. 


13) 




to) 


Located. 


24 ) 




25 


. Ancaster. 


26 .. 


. Ancaster. 


27 .. 


. Lyon's Creek. 


28 


. Niagara. 


29 . . 


. Long Point. 


30 


Long Point. 



1831 
to 
32 
33 



sup'd. Long Point. 

See Wes. Conf. 



GOODWIN, TIMOTHY. 

1815 e. out. Chazy, N. Y. 

16 Chazy, N. Y. 

17 or. d. Georgia. 

18 . . . . St. Lawrence. 

19 . . St. Lawrence. 

20 qe. e Augusta. 

21 . Ret. to U. S. 

22 1 

to > United States. 

27) 

28 . . Located. 

Died March 30th, 1854, aged 
62 years. 

GREEN, ANSON. 
1824 c. . . Smith's Creek. 

25 r. onr. Hallowell. 



1826 

27 OE. D. 

28 
29 



Ancaster. 
Ancaster. 
Fort George. 
Fort George. 



30 or. e. Brockville. 

31 . . Brockville. 

32 p. eld Augusta District. 

33 See Wes. Conf. 



GRIFFIS, WILLIAM. 

1823 r. out. Thames. 

24 . . St. Clair. 

25 or. d. Niagara. 

26 Niagara. 

27 or. e. . . Long Point. 

28 . . Long Point. 

29 . . . . Dumfries and 

Grand River. 

30 . . Ancaster. 

31 . . Ancaster. 

32 London. 

33 ... See Wes. Conf. 



H. 



HAMILTON, JOHN. 

1813 E. o»t.. Lyons, U. S. 
14 

15 or. d 

16 . . Westmnstr, Ont. 

17 . . . Ret. to U. S. 

Located 1820. 



HARRIS, REUBEN. 

1803 r. onr.. Niagara and 

Long Point. 

4 . . Bay Quinte. 

5 oe. d. United States. 



1806 . . . . Dunham. 

7 or. e. Rem. to U. S. 
35 .sup'd. New York Conf. 

Died February 15th, 1844, aged 
68 years. 



HASKEL, SQUIRE B. 

1818 E. omt. Danville. 

19 . . Stanstead. 

20 or. d. Barrie. 

21 . Ret. to U. S. 



Located 1828. 



HEALY, EZRA. 

1820 c. Decalb, N. Y. 

21 e. onr. St. Lawence. 

22 Rideau. 

23 or. d. . . Rideau. 

24 . . Cornwall. 

25 or. e. Cornwall. 

26 Bay Quinte. 

27 ... Kingston. 

28 . . Brockville. 

29 Brockville. 

30 . . Rideau. 

31 Augusta. 

32 Augusta. 

33 See Wes. Conf. 



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43 



HERRON, JAMES. 


1815 




Detroit, U.S. 


1831 sup'd Troy Conf. 


1799 R. Ott T. 


Chester, U. S. 


16 




Detroit, U.S. 


Died Feb. 16th, 1858, aged 78 


1800 .. .. 


Oswegotchie. 


17 




Ancaster, C.W. 


years. 


1 


Rem. to U. S. 


18 




Ancaster, C.W. 





Located 1814. 


19 

20 




Thames, C.W 
Located. 


HULBERT, CEPHAS. 













1807 R. onT. Oswegotchie. 


HEYLAND. ROWLEY. 








8 . . Bay Quinte. 


1823 c 


Home District. 




HOLMES, NINIAN. 


9 Smith's Creek. 

10 .... Located. 


24 R. on T. 


Home District. 


1807 


R. on T. 


Niagara. 


25 


Long Point. 


8 




Bay Quinte. 





26 
27 


Long Point. 
Niagara and 


9 
10 


OR. D. 


Augusta. 
Detroit. 


HUNTINGDON, SIMON. 




Fort George. 


11 


OR. ELD. 


Detroit. 


1828 c . . Yonge Street. 


28 OR. E. 


Bay Quinte. 


12 




Niagara. 


29 R. onT.. Yonge Street. 


29 .... 


Bay Quinte. 


13 




Niagara. 


30 Westminster. 


30 


Hallowell. 


14 




Located. 


31 R. f. c. Mississippi. 


31 


Cobourg. 


Died May 5th, 1829, aged 44 


32 . . Bonchire. 


32 


Hallowell. 


years. 






33 . . See Wes. Conf. 


33 .... 


See Wes. Conf. 














HOLTP.Y. 


MATTHIAS. 










^ _ 7 




HURLBURT, ASAHEL. 


HIBBARD, ROBERT. 


1832 
33 


R. on T. 


Toronto Circuit. 
See Wes. Conf. 


1828 R. out. Brockville. 


1808 c. 


Ulster, U.S. 








29 . . Westminster. 


9 r. on t . 


Granville, U.S. 








30 OR. d. Long Point. 


10 OR. D. 


St. Francis 




HOPKINS, SILAS. 


31 ... Thames. 




River, C. E. 


1811 


R. on T . 


Detroit. 


32 Rideau. 


11 


St. Francis 


12 




Augusta. 


33 . . . . See Wes. Conf. 


12 OR. ELD 


River, C. E. 
Ottawa. 


13 




Located. 





Drowned, 


Oct. 12th, 1812, 








HUSTON, JOHN H. 


while crossing 
near Montreal. 


the St. Lawrence, 




HOWE, 


SAMUEL. 


1827 R. onT. London. 







1802 


R. on T. 


Philadelphia 

Conference. 


28 Thames. 

29 Richmond. 


HICKOX, JOSEPH. 


3 




Niagara andLong 


30 or. d. Richmond. 


1812 r. onT. 


Shamokin, U.S. 






Point. 


31 . . . . Albion. 


13 


Canaan, U.S. 


4 


OR. D. 


Ottawa. 


32 Albion. 


14 


Canaan, U.S. 


5 




United States. 


33 . . See Wes. Conf. 



I. & J. 



IRVINE, ALEXANDER. 

1822 ) 

to > Genesee Conf. 

28 ) 

29 Located. 

30 c 

31 R. CAN.c. Bay Quinte. 
32 York. 

33 See Wes. Conf. 

JACKSON, JAMES. 

1817 e.o)it.. Duffin's Creek. 

18 Yonge Street. 

19 or. d. Long Point. 

20 Long Point. 

21 Westminster. 

22 . . Westminster. 

23 . . . . Thames. 

24 Thames. 

25 . . . Westminster. 

26 ) 

to > sup'd . . Westminster. 

28 ) 

29 ExDelled. 



JEFFERS, ROBERT. 
1818 r. om. Augusta. 

19 Augusta. 

20 . . Bay Quinte. 

21 Bay Quinte. 

22 .... Located. 





JEWELL, JOSEPH. 


1795 


R. 


on T. 


Dover, U. S. 


96 






Somerset, U. S. 


97 


OR. D. . . 


Dorchester, U. S 


98 






Maryland, U.S. 
Canada District. 


99 


P. 


ELD . . 


1800 
1 


P. 
P. 


ELD 
ELD . . 


Oswegotchie. 
Upper Canada 
District 


2 


P. 


ELD. 


Upper Canada 
District 


3 






Rem. to U. S. 






Located 1810. 






JONES 


, PETER. 


1813 


R. 


onT . 


Broom, U. S. 


14 






Lycoming. U. S. 



1815 or. d.. Bald Eagle, U.S. 

16 . . Augusta. 

17 . . Ottawa. 

18 . . Litchfield, U. S. 

19 ... Meslem, U. S. 

20 Ridgeway, U. S. 

21) 

to > sup'd. Canada. 

32 ) 

33 See Wes. Conf. 



JONES, PETER. 
(ka-ke-wa-quon-a-by.) 

1825 c. Visiting Mis'y. 

26 o. . . Visiting Mis'y. 

27 R. on t . . Visiting Mis'y. 

28 . . Credit. 

29 R. F. C . . Credit. 

30 OR. d. Credit. 

31 Visiting England 

32 . . Mis. to Indians. 

33 ord. ... See Wes. Conf. 



44 



MINISTERS AND PROBATIONERS. 



JONES, 


RICHARD. 


1832 


Cobourg. 


1819 


Ancaster, C.W. 






33 . . 


See Wes. Conf. 


20 OK. E.. 


Malone, N.Y. 


1825 c. 


Augusta. 






21 . 


Rideau, C.W 


26 c. 

27 R. on t. 


Augusta. 
Perth. 


JONES, 


WILLIAM. 


22) 
to \ 


United States. 


28 . 


Richmond. 


1816 k. on t 


New Amster- 


37 






29 OB. D. . 


Augusta. 




dam, U.S. 


38 






30 


Kingston. 


17 


. Caledonia, U.S. 


to ' 


► stjp'y 


East Genesee 


31 ... 


Belleville. 


18 OK. D.. . 


. Thames, C.W. 


61 




Conference. 



K & L. 



KEELER, SYLVANUS. 

1795 K. on T. Bay Quinte. 

96 ) 

to > Located. 

99) 

1800 R. on t. Bay Quinte. 

1 ok. d.. Bay Qninte. 

2 . . Oswegotchie and 

Ottawa. 

3 . . Niagara and 

Long Point. 

4 . . Bay Quinte. 

5 . . Oswegotchie. 

6 . . . . St. Lawrence. 

7 .... Located. 
Died in 1825. 



LAMBERT, CttANDLY. 

1808 R.wiT.. St. Lawrence. 
9 . . Bay Quinte. 

10 ... Rem. to U. S. 

38 stjp'd. . . Black River 

Conference. 

Died March 16th, 1845, aged 
64 years. 



LEWIS, JOHN. 


1811 R. on T. 
12 . 


Henderson, N.Y. 
Ashurnham, » 


13 




14 




15 


Stanstead. 


16 




17 


Located 


LOCKWOOD, JOSEPH. 


1807 R. on t 
8 


Long Island, U.S 
Middletown, n 


9 or. d.. 
10 .. 
11 


Bay Quinte. 
Yonge Street. 
Located. 


LOSEE, 


WILLIAM. 


1789 e. onT. 
90 


Lake Champlain 
Canada. 


91 or. d.. 
92 


Kingston. 
Oswegotchie. 


93 


Located. 



Note.— To William Losee be- 
longs the honour of being the 
first Methodist missionary sent 



in 1790 to Canada. The New 
York Conference which sat in 
Albany in May, 1791, 'appointed 
him to Kingston, which was the 
name given to the first Methodist 
Circuit. — See "Case and Cotem- | 
poraries, Vol. i, p. 7. 



LUCKEY, SAMUEL, D.D. 



Ottawa. 

St. Francis River. 

New York and 
Genesee Conf. 



1811 E. OUT. 

12 

13 

to 

69 . 

Note. — In 1832 he was elected 
Principal of the Genesee Wes- 
leyan Seminary, and in 1836 he 
was elected Editor of the Chris- 
tian Advocate, New York. In 
1843 he visited the Canada Wes- 
leyan Conference at Hamilton, 
as delegate from the General Con- 
ference of the Methodist Episco- 
pal Church. 

He died Oct. 11th, 1869, aged 
78 years. 



M. 



MACK, 


WILBUR. 


1814 


Brandon, N.Y. 


1818 R. on t. 


Stanstead and 


15 


Augusta. 


/ 


St. Francis. 


16 


Bay Quinte and 


19 


Located. 




Kingston 






17 


Bay Quinte. 




~5 


18 


Hallowell. 


MADDEN. THOMAS. 


19 


Hallowell. 






20 


Belleville. 


1802 R. om. 


Long Point. 


21 


Smith's Greek. 


3 


Bay Quinte and 


22 


Augusta. 




Home Dist. 


23 


Augusta. 


4 OR. D.&E 


Oswegotchie. 


24) 




5 . . 


■ Smith's Creek. 


25 ^p. ! E. 


Niagara District 


6 


Long Point. 


26 ) 




7 ...... 


Quebec. 


27 


Ancaster. 


8 


Montreal. 


28 ..,. 


Rideau. 


9 


Ottawa. 


29 .. 


Augusta. 


10 


Ottawa. 


30 


Augusta. 


11 


Charlotte, N.Y. 


31 .. 


Elizabethtown. 


12 . 


Charlotte, N.Y. 


32 


Elizabethtown. 


13 


Brandon, N.Y. 


33 


See Wes. Conf. 



MARTIN, TIMOTHY. 
1825 r. on T. Long Point. 
26 . . Located. 

Died June 24th, 1841, aged 47 
years. 

MERWIN, SAMUEL. 
1800 r. om. Long Island, U.S. 



1 

2 OR. D.. 

3 



Redding, U.S. 
Addams, U.S. 
Montreal. 
Quebec, 1 mo. 
Rem. to U.S. 
Died January 13th, 1839, aged 
62 years. 

MESSMORE, JOSEPH. 

1823 c Ancaster. 

24 R. om. Thames. 



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1825 


Lyon's Creek. 


1828 


York. 


MITCHELL, JAMES, M.D. 


26 OR. D.. 


Lyon's Creek. 


29 ASST. ED. 


York. 


1806 r. on t. Somerset, N.Y. 


27 


Grand River. 


30 


Augusta District. 


7 . . Scipio, N.Y. 


28 OR. E.. . 


Grand River. 


31 .. 


Augusta District. 


8 OR. d. ... Ontario, N.Y. 


29 


Amherstburg. 


32 .. 


Niagara District. 


9 OR. e... Holland, N.Y. 


30 


Stamford. 


33 .. 


See Wes. Conf. 


10 . . Quebec. 


31 


Niagara. 






11 . . Montreal. 


32 


St. Catharines. 






12 Rem. to U.S. 


33 


See Wes. Conf. 


MILLER 


, GILBERT. 


Died April 13th, 1859, aged 






1829 o. 


Belleville. 


83 years. 


METCALF, 


FRANKLIN. 


30 R. on t . 


Cavan. 





1819 R. on T. 


Hallowell. 


31 


Lake Simcoe. 


MORRIS, CALEB. 


20 


Hallowell. 


32 


Lake Simcoe. 


1800 E.WT. Herkimer, U.S. 


21 OR. D.. . 


Bay Quinte. 


33 


See Wes. Conf. 


1 . . . . Ottawa. 


22 


Perth. 






2 . . Rem. to U.S. 


23 OR. E... 


Perth. 


MINOR, 


TIMOTHY. 





24 


Hallowell. 






MUSGROVE, JAMES. 


25 


Hallowell. 


1810 R. on t 


Dunham, C.E. 


1831 c. Belleville. 


26 


Augusta. 


11 


Dunham, C.E. 


32 r. on T. Whitby. 


27 


Augusta. 


12 


Rem. to U.S. 


33 See Wes. Conf. 



Mc. & N. 



MoCRACKEN, GEORGE. 


McMULLEN, DANIEL. 


NORRIS, JAMES. 


1806 r. on t. Dorchester, U.S. 

7 Lyons, U.S. 

8 or. d... Scipio, U.S. 

9 or. e. . . Quebec. 
10 Located. 


1824 c. . . Home District. 

25 E. on T . Thames. 

26 . . London. 

27 R. f. c. Located. 

28 or. d. Yonge Street- 

29 . Cavan and Rice 

Lake. 


1827 R. onT. Cavan. 

28 . . . . Cobourg. 

29 R. F. c. Yonge Street. 

30 OR. D. Yonge Street. 

31 . . Whitby. 
1832 . . Whitby. 

33 See Wes. Conf. 


McGEE, THOMAS. 

1816 r. onx. United States. 

17 . . St. Lawrence. 

18 . . Rem. to U. S. 


30 or. E. Cobourg. 

31 .. Hallowell. 

32 . . Rice Lake. 

33 See Wes. Conf. 


NORRIS, SAMUEL. 
1818 R. wit. Landaff, U. S. 
19 Stanstead and 

St. Francis. 
1820 .... Rem. to U. S. 


Died August 8th, 1859, aged 
65 years. 


McNAB, ALEXANDER. 

1832 r. om. Hallowell. 
33 See Wes. Conf. 


He was superannuated in 1861, 
and held that relationship in the 
New Hampshire Conference until 
his death, June 23rd, 1880. 





. 




PARKER, JOHN. 


1809 OR. D. . . 


Cornwall. 


1822 r. om:. Thames. 


10 


Augusta. 


23 . . Lyon's Creek. 

24 OR. D. East Gen. Conf. 


11 


Rem. to U. S. 




Located 1838. 


PATRICK, WILLIAM. 






1829 R. owt. Long Point. 


PEAL, JAMES GRIGGS. 


30 . . . . Belleville. 


1817 c. .. 


Ottawa. 


31 R. F. o. Whitby. 


18 R. om. 


Belleville. 


32 . . Perth. 


19 OR. D. 


Cornwall. 


33 . . See Wes. Conf. 


20 


Yonge Street. 





21 OR. E. 


Perth. 


P ATT IE, ELI AS. 


22 


Bay Quinte. 


1807 R. onr. . Bay Quinte. 


Died December 25th, 18 


8 . . Smith's Creek. 


aged 43 years. 





PEARCE, GERSHOM. 

1803 r. om.. Plattsburg, U. S. 

4 .... Fletcher, U. S. 

5 OR. D. Niagara. 

6 . . Oswegotchie. 

7 . Dunham. 

8 United States. 
He was superannuated in 1832 

and held that relationship until 
his-death, March 23rd, 1865. 

PEIRCE, THOMAS C. 
1814 r. out. ) NewEngland 

16 or. d. ( Conference - 

17 St. Francis. 



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MINISTERS AND PROBATIONERS. 



1818 ) 

to \ United States. 

49 ) 

50 sup'd. 

Died May 25th, 1851, aged 60 
years. 

PERRY, ROBERT. 

1805 r. out. Ottawa. 

6 Niagara. 

7 or. d. Smith's Creek. 

8 Yonge Street. 

9 or. E. Niagara. 

10 Long Point. 

11 Located. 

PHELPS, RICHARD. 

1826 c. Cobourg. 

27 c Grape Island. 

28 R. on t Westminster. 

29 Thames. 

30 or. d. . . Canborough. 

31 Grand River. 

32 Grand River. 

33 See Wes. Conf. 

PICKETT, DANIEL. 

1800 R. out. Ottawa. 

1 . . . . Bay Quinte. 

2 OR. D. . . Niagara. 

3 . . . . Ottawa. 

4 OR. e. . . Niagara and 

Long Point. 

5 Yonge Street. 

6 Yonge Street. 

7 Oswegotchie. 

8 .... Augusta. 

9 . . . . Located. 

Note. — After his location he got 
sadly estranged from the Church 
of his early choice, and for several 
years preached on his own respon- 
sibility, and tried to raise a society 
under the name of "Provincial 



Methodists." In 1830 he re- 
turned to the Methodist Church 
and took rank as a local preacher, 
and so continued until after the 
Union, when he placed himself in 
opposition, and was oneof the five 
who on June 25th, 1834, met and 
organized the present Methodist 
Episcopal Church in Canada. He 
died July 15th, 1854, aged 83 
years. See "Case and Cotem- 
poraries. " — Carroll. 



PLUMBLY, DANIEL. 



1815 R. OflT 

16 

17 
to! 
20 
21 



New England. 
St. Francis River. 

United States. 

Expelled. 



POOLE, GEORGE. 

1825 c Cornwall. 

26 c Bay Quinte. 

27 R. on t . Richmond. 

28 . . Bytown. 

29 R. T. C. Bytown. 

30 or. d.. Ottawa. 

31 . . . . Ottawa. 

32 . . . . Bay Quinte. 

33 . . . . See Wes. Conf. 

POOLE, JACOB. 

1823 R. wit. Belleville. 

24 .. .. Hallowell. 

25 or. D. Augusta. 

26 . . Rideau. 

27 or. E. . . Crosby. 

28 Cornwall. 

29 . . . . No Station. 

30 . . Albion. 

31 ... Located. 

32 .... See Wes. Conf. 



PRINDEL, ANDREW 

1805 c Niagara. 

6 R. on t . Ottawa. 

7 or. D. Yonge Street. 

8 Litchfield, N. Y. 

9 or. E. Ancaster. 

10 . . Niagara. 

11 ... Yonge Street. 

12 Ancaster and 

Long Point. 

13 Bay Quinte. 

14 Bay Quinte. 

15 Augusta. 

16 Augusta. 

17 . . . . St. Lawrence. 

18 Black Riv. N.Y. 

19 . . . . Black Riv. N.Y. 

20 Seneca, N.Y. 

21 Bloomfield.N.Y. 

22 Bloomfield.N.Y. 

23 Genesee, N.Y. 

24 Batavia, N.Y. 

25 Batavia, N.Y. 



26 
27 

28^ 

29 

30 

31 

32. 

33 



}■ SUP D. 



. Lewiston, N.Y. 
. St. Lawrence, 

N.Y. 
r Ancaster, C.W 

Ancaster. 
-j Dumfries. 

Ancaster. 
I Long Point. 

See Wes. Conf. 



PUFFER, ISAAC. 

1817 R.M1T. Augusta. 

18 Bay Quinte, 

19 Bay Quinte. 

20 Niagara. 

21 Niagara. 

22 Rem. to U. S. 

Note. — He continued in the 
active work until 1843, when he 
superannuated. He died in 1853, 
after a short illness, in the 69th 
year of his age. 



E. 



REED, FITCH, D.D. 

1817 R. wit Suffolk, N.Y. 

18 Sa£j;g Harbour, 

N.Y. 

19 or. D... Dunham, C.E. 
= <20 York (Toronto). 

r21 or. E.. York (Toronto). 
22 Rem. to U.S. 

Note. — He visited the Wes- 
leyan Methodist Conference of 
<.'anada, in Toronto, in June, 
1864. He died Oct. 10th, 1871, 
aged 76 years. 



REEDER, NATHANIEL. 

1813 R. out. Shamokin, N.Y. 
14 Chenango, N.Y. 

15 OR. D.... Ottawa. 

16 Smith's Creek. 

17 Bay Quinte. 

18 Cornwall. 

19 Rem. to U.S. 

Note. — He located in 1835. 

He died Aug. 10th, 1838, aged 
76 years. 

REYNOLDS, JOHN. 
1808 r. on t. . Augusta. 
9 . . . . Yonge Street. 
10 or. d.. . . Smith's Creek. 



1811 Augusta. 

12 Bay Quinte. 

13 Located. 

Note. — After his location he 
was employed for a time as a 
school teacher in Sidney, and 
subsequently went into mercan- 
tile life # in Belleville. He con- 
tinued to exercise his gifts as 
local preacher, and in that capa- 
city was ordained a local elder at 
the Conference of 1824. He 
served the Church in various 
ways acceptably until after the 
Union of the Methodist Epis- 
copal Church with the British 
Wesleyans, under the name of 



METHODIST EPISCOPAL CONFERENCE. 



47 



the Wesleyan Methodist Church. 
This Union was consummated at 
the Conference of 1833. On Feb. 
9th, 1834, as a member of the 
Wesleyan Methodist Church, he 
acted as Secretary of the Belle- 
ville Auxiliary Missionary So- 
ciety, and wrote an account of the 
Annual Meeting, which was pub- 
lished in the Guardian of Feb. 
17th. On June 25th, 1834, Mr. 
Eeynolds, Joseph Gatchell (a su- 
perannuated minister), Daniel Pic- 
kett, who had travelled nine years 
—viz., from 1800 to 1808, but who 
located in 1809, and subsequently 
endeavoured to raise an indepen- 
dant organization under the name 
of the "Provincial Methodists ;" 
David Culp, who had travelled 
from 1813 to 1825, and who had 
been located for nine years ; and 
John Wesley Byam, who was re- 
ceived on trial in 1816, and after 
two years' probation was discon- 
tinued ; met at Cummer's meet- 
ing-house, north of Toronto, and 
"claiming to be dissatisfied with 
the Union of 1833, organized 
the present Methodist Episcopal 
Church of Canada. In 1835 Mr. 
Eeynolds was elected the first 
Bishop of the new organization 
by the General Conference, which 
consisted of Joseph Gatchell, John 
Eeynolds, David Culp, Daniel 
Pickett, already named, and Jno. 
H. Huston, who had only travel- 
led six years, had never been ad- 
mitted to Elders' orders, and who 
had located in 1833. He was 
ordained by Messrs. Gatchell, 
Culp, and Pickett. He held the 
office of Bishop acceptably until 
his death in 1857. 



RHODES, JOHN. 

1808 R. on t.. Northumber- 
land, U.S. 



9 



U.S. 



10 or. d.. Seneca, U.S. 

11 Augusta, C.W 

12 or. e.. . . Augusta. 

13 Ancaster and 

Long Point. 

14 

15 Yonge Street. 

16 ... Rem. to U.S. 

Died January 13th, 1843, aged 
60 years. 



RICHARDSON, JAMES, D.D. 

1824 c Yonge Street and 

York. 

25 R. on T . . Yonge Street and 

York. 

26 .... Fort George and 

Queenston. 

27 or. D Credit. 



1828 . . . . Niagara. 

29 . . . . Niagara. 

30 OR. E. . . Kingston. 

31 p. e. . . . Niagara Dist. 

32 editor. Toronto. 

33 . . . . See Wes. Conf. 
Note. — He was Secretary of 

the Conference from 1828 to 1831 
inclusive. 



ROBINSON, JOHN. 

1794 r. on t Freehold, U.S. 

95 .. .. Chester, U.S. 

96 or. d Milford, U.S. 

97 .. .. Delaware, U.S. 

98 or. e. Delaware, U.S. 

99 Dorchester, U.S. 

1800 ... Mohawk, U.S. 

1 . . Ottawa, Canada. 

2 Niagara. 

3 P. eld . Upper Canada D. 

4 . . . . Located. 
Died in 1848, aged 79 years. 



ROSS, WILLIAM. 

1812 r. oriT.. Dunham, C. E. 
13 Rem. to U. S. 

Died Feb. 10th, 1824, aged 33 
years. 

RUNDLE, WILLIAM W. 

1818 r. onr. Yonge Street. 

19 Long Point. 

20 Rem, to U. S. 



RUTER, MARTIN, D.D. 

1801 r. out Chesterfield, U.S. 

2 Landoff, U. S. 

3 or. d. Adams, U. S. 

4 Montreal. 

5 Rem. to U. S. 

Died May 16th, 1838, aged 53 

years. 

RYAN, HENRY. 

1800 R. om. Vergennes, Vt. 

1 Vergennes, Vt. 

2 or. d. Fletcher, Vt. 

3 Plattsburg,N.Y. 

4 or. E. Plattsburg, N.Y. 

5 Bay Quinte. 

6 Bay Quinte. 

7 Long Point. 

8 Niagara. 

9 Niagara. 

10) 

to > p. eld. . Upper Canada 

14 ) District, 

15 P. eld . Lower Canada D. 
16) 

to > P. eld.. Upper Canada 

19 ) District. 

20 P. eld . . Lower Canada D. 

21 ) 

to > p. eld.. Bay Quinte 

23 \ District. 



1824 Chippewa and 

Grand River. 

25 Superannuated. 

26 Superannuated. 

27 Located. 

Note. — After his location, he 

and James Jackson succeeded in 
creating, in 1829, a rival organ- 
ization under the name of the 
Canadian Wesleyan Methodist 
Church. 



RYERSON, EDWY M. 

1831 c Credit. 

32 r. on t . . Ancaster. 

33 See Wes. Conf. 

RYERSON, EGERTON. 

1824 c Ancaster. 

25 r. on t. . Yonge Street and 

York. 

26 Credit. 

27 or. d. Cobourg. 
28 Ancaster. 

29 or. e. York (Toronto). 

30 editor. . York (Toronto). 

31 editor. . York (Toronto). 

32 editor. . St. Catharines. 

33 See Wes. Conf. 



RYERSON, GEORGE. 

1828 E.WIT.. Credit. 

29 .... Credit. 

30 . . Grand River. 

31 Located. 

RYERSON, JOHN. 

1820 c. Long Point. 

21 R. on T . Ancaster. 

22 Niagara. 

23 or. d. Yonge Street. 
24 Bay Quinte. 

25 OR. e. Perth. 

26 Niagara. 

27) 

to > p. eld. Niagara District. 

30 ) 

31 York (Toronto). 

32 P. eld . . Bay Quinte Dist. 
33 See Wes. Conf. 

RYERSON, WILLIAM. 

1821 c Westminster. 

22 c Norwich. 

23 R. on T . Niagara. 

24 .... Niagara. 

25 or. d. Fort George and 

Queenston. 

26 York and Yonge 

Street. 

27 York and Yonge 

Street. 

28 ) 

to > P. eld.. Bay Quinte Dist. 

31) 

32 Brockville. 

33 See Wes. Conf. 



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s. 



SABIN, BENJAMIN. 
1810) 

to \ United States. 

15) 

16 Stanstead. 

17 . . . United States. 
19 Located. 

SAMPSON, JOSEPH. 

1805 R. on T. Hartford, U. S. 

6 Prince George. 

7 ok. D. . . Frederick, U. S. 

8 Severn, U. S. 

9 or. e. Three Rivers. 

10 Three Rivers. 

11 p. eld. . . Lower Canada D. 

12 Rem. to U. S. 

Expelled 1816. 

SAWYER, JOSEPH. 
1797 R. out. Saratoga, N. Y. 

98 Pittsfield, N. Y. 

99 or. D. . . Vergennes. 
1800 Niagara. 

1 or. E. . . Niagara. 

2 Bay Quinte and 

Home District. 

3 . . Bay Quinte and 

Home District. 

4 Croton, N. Y. 

5 New Rochelle. 

6) 

to > p. eld. . Upper Canada 

9 ) District, 

10 Located. 

See Wes. Conf. 

SCARRITT, JOSIAH A. 
1816 r. on t New England. 

17 Stanstead. 

18 Danville. 

19) 

to > . . United States. 

23) 

24 Located. 

See Wes. Conference. 

SCULL, JOSEPH. 
1805 R. out.. Somersett, U. S. 

6 Talbot, U. S. 

7 or. D. . . Ontario, U. S. 

8 United States. 

9 or. e. Montreal. 

10 Montreal. 

11 Quebec. 

12 Rem. to U. S. 

13 Superannuated. 

Located 1814. 



SEAGER, AURORA. 

17 c Granville, U. S. 

18 r. out Clarence, U. S. 

19 ... Montreal. 

Died Dec. 21st, 1819, aged 24 



SHALER, HENRY. 

1828 c Toronto Circuit. 

29 R. out. Albion. 

30 Toronto Circuit. 

31 r. F. c . Waterloo. 

32 .... Waterloo. 

33 . . See Wes. Conf. 



SHEPHERD, EDMUND. 



1831 R. WIT. 
32 .... 
33 



Cobourg. 
Belleville. 
See Wes. Conf. 



SHEPHERDSON, DANIEL. 

1816 R. on t. . New York Conf. 

17 New York Conf. 

18 OR. D. Westminster. 

19 Niagara. 

20 Lyon's Creek. 

21 . . . . Ancaster. 

22 Yonge Street. 

23 Long Point. 

24 Long Point. 

25 Rem. to U. S. 

Located in 1832. 



1821 . . .... Long Point. 

22 ...... Ancaster. 

23 Ancaster and 

York. 

24 Lyon's Creek. 

25) 

to / sttp'd . 

28 ) 

29 Located. 

SMITH, KENNETH 
McKENDREE. 



1819 R. on t. 

20 

21 

22 OR. D... 



SLATER, WILLIAM. 

1822 R. out. Thames. 

23 Yonge Street. 

24 or. D Bay Quinte. 

25 Ottawa. 

26 or. E Cobourg. 

27 Cobourg. 

28 Ancaster. 

Died January 17th, 1829, aged 
41 years. 

SMITH, BELA. 

1808 R. on t. Plattsburg, N.Y. 

10 or. D... Cornwall. 

11 Rem. to U.S. 

22 sup'd.... 

Died July 2nd, 1848, aged 64 
years. 

SMITH, ISAAC B. 

1807 R. on t.. Oswegotchie. 

8 Niagara. 

9 or. d... Albany, N.Y. 

10 Albany, N.Y. 

11 or. e. . . Niagara. 

12 Bay Quinte. 

jUl .... United States. 

15 Smith's Creek. 

16 Yonge Street. 

17 Ancaster. 

18 Niagara. 

19 Niagara. 

20 Westminster. 



23 

24 
25 
26 



sttp'd. 



Ottawa. 
Ancaster. 
York and New 

Settlements. 
York and New 

Settlements. 
Ottawa. 
Ottawa. 
Ottawa. 
Located. 



SMITH, PHILANDER. 

1820 E.onT. Smith's Creek. 

21 Cornwall. 

22 OR. d Kingston. 

23 Hallowell. 

24 OR. E... Augusta. 

25 Bay Quinte and 

Kingston. 
26) 

to > p. e.. . . Bay Quinte 
29 ) District. 

30) 

31 > sup'd Prescott. 
32) 

'33 See Wes. Conf. 

SMITH, WILLIAM. 

1828 R. on t . Grape Island. 

29 Ancaster. 

30 or. d.. . York. 
31 Kingston. 

32 or. e.. Kingston. 

33 See Wes. Conf. 



SORNBORGER, STEPHEN. 

1807 R. on t., Fletcher, N.Y. 

8 Brandon, N.Y. 

9 or. d.. Cambridge, N.Y. 

10 Charlotte, N.Y. 

11 . . Dunham, C.E. 

12 Expelled. 

SOVEREIGN, GEORGE. 

1 824 e. on t. Long Point. 

25 ... Toronto Tp. 

26 or. d.. .. Toronto Tp. 
27 Dumfries. 

28 or. E.. o Westminster. 

29 Located. 



METHODIST EPISCOPAL CONFERENCE. 



49 



SPOKE, DAVID C. 

1819 c Thames. 

20 e. wit., Bay Quinte. 

21 Ottawa. 

22 Rem. to U.S. 



STONEY, EDMUND. 

1823 c Dumfries. 

24 k.owt. London. 

25 London. 

26 or. D.. Tlrames. 

27 Amherstburg. 

28 or. e. . . . Amherstburg. 



1829 Niagara. 


SWA.ZY, CALEB. 


30 Niagara. 

31 Stamford. 

32 Stamford. 

33 See Wes. Conf. 


1817 E. out.. Westminster. 
18 Rem. to U. S. 


STREETER, ELISHA. 

1809 e. out.. Stanstead. 
10 Rem. to U. S. 


SYKES, OLIVER. 
1806 r. on t. Redding, N.Y. 

N.Y. 


SUNDAY, JOHN. 


8 or. D.. Dunham. 

9 .... Rem. to U. S. 


1832 r. out.. Missionary to the 


10 stjp'd 


Indians. 


Died Feb. 11th, 1853, aged 75 


33 See Wes. Conf. 


years. 



T. & V. 



TOMPKINS, NEHEMIAH W 
1802 e. o»t.. Oswegotchie and 
Ottawa. 

p 3 Rem. to U. S. 

Located 1809. 

TORRY, ALVIN. 

1816 c Cayuga, N.Y. 

17 R. out. Scipio, N.Y. 
1818 Long Point. 

19 or. d... Westminster. 

20 .... Ancaster. 

21 oe. e.. Lyon's Creek. 

22 ) 

to > . . . . Grand River. 

27) 

28 . . . Rem. to U. S. 



TUKE, JOHN. 
1817 c Brome, N.Y. 

18 R. out. Hallo well. 

19 .. .. Belleville. 
20 Located. 

See Wes. Conf. 

VANDUSEN, CONRAD. 
1829 c. .. Whitby. 

30 r. on t . . Whitby. 

31 Cavan. 

32 Cavan. 

33 .... See Wes. Conf. 

VANNEST, PETER. 
1796 r. on t. New Jersey. 
97 Connecticut. 



1798 or. d... 


Vermont. 


99 


. Vermont. 


1800 or. e.. 


Essex. 


1 


. Essex. 


2 


. Bay Quinte and 
Home Dist. 


3 .. .. 

4 


Oswegotchie. 
Rem. to U. S. 


Died Oct. 17th, 1850, aged 92 


years. 




VIRGIN 


, CHARLES. 


1807 R. on T. 


Grantham, U.S. 


8 


. Stanstead. 


9 .. .. 


Rem. to U. S. 


Died April 


1st, 1853, aged 66 


years. 





W. & Y. 



WALDRON, SOLOMON. 


WARNER, LEWIS. i 


1786 


Albany and New 


1821 c. . . Smith's Creek. 


1831 c. . . Ottawa ! 




York. 


22 <j Augusta. 


82R.MT IS?™ 11 " 
( Ottawa. 

33 . . . . See Wes. Conf. i 


87) 


( Nova Scotia 


23 E. on T Perth and Back 


to \ 


< and New 


Settlements. 
24 .. Perth. 


1803 ) 

4 


( Brunswick. 
. Albany, N. Y. 


25 or. d.. Bay Quinte and 





5 


Albany, N. Y. 


Kingston. 
26 .... Hallowell. 


WARREN, ELIJAH. 


6 

7 .. . 


Niagara. 
. Niagara. 


27 or. e.. . Grape Island. 


1813 E. oni. Bridgewater, 

U. S. 


8 OE. E. . 


. Long Point. 


28 . . . . Bay Quinte. 


9 .. 


Long Point. 


29 . . Rideau. 


14 


10 .... 


Bay Quinte. 


30 .... Augusta. 


15 OE. D 


11 


Bay Quinte. 


31 . . Matilda. 




12 .... 


Smith's Creek. 


32 . . Matilda. 


17 oe. e. Thames. 


13 


. Smith's Creek. 


33 . . See Wes. Conf. 


18 . . . . Located. 


14 .. 


. Ancaster. 






15 


. Burford. 







16 




WALKER, LEVI. 




17 \ • 

to V SUP D . 




1805 E. out. Penobscott, U.S. 


WHITEHEAD, THOMAS. 


. Brantford. 




1783 k. out. New York Conf. 


32 ) 








33 .. 


. See Wes. Conf. 




85 or. d. . . Albany and N.Y. 







50 



MINISTERS AND PROBATIONERS. 



WHITING, LANSFORD. 
1808 E. «t., Plattsburg, N.Y. 

9 Dunham. 

10 ... Rem. to IT. S. 

Died June 4th, 1811, aged 25 
years. 

WHITING, MATTHEW. 
1826 c. . . London. 

27 k. on T . . Westminster. 

28 . . . . London. 

29 R. F. c . . London. 

30 OR. D. Amherstburg. 
31 Amherstburg. 

32 Bay Quinte. 

33 See Wes. Conf. 



WILLIAMS, WILLIAM H. 

1820 R. on t Long Point. 

21 . . Long Point. 

22 or. d. Ottawa. 

23 Cornwall. 

24 or. E. Yonge Street and 

York. 

25 Toronto Circuit. 

2618 .. Perth and Missis- 

sippi. 

27 Mississippi. 

28 . . Cornwall. 

29 No Station. 

30 Brockville. 

31 . . Elizabethtown. 

32 . . . . Richmond. 

33 See Wes. Conf 



WILSON, JAMES. 

1817 c Bay Quinte. 

18 R. om t. Bay Quinte. 



19 

20 OR. D. 

21 

22 OR. E. 



Bay Quinte. 
Hallowell. 
Hallowell. 
Hallowell. 



23 sitp'd. . . Hallowell. . 

24 sup'd. Hallowell. 

25 ... Belleville. 

26 . . Whitby. 

27 ... Yonge Street and 

Whitby. 

28 Trafalgar. 

29 Ancaster. 

30 Stamford. 

31 Stamford 

32 sup'd. Whitby. 

33 See Wes. Conf. 



WILSON, SHIPLEY W 
1814 r. onr. . New England, 



15 

16 or. 

17 

to 

42 

43 



D. 



New England. 
St. Francis River. 

New England 
Conference. 

Withdrew. 



WOOD, CHARLES. 
1822 r. ow t.. Belleville. 



23 


Rideau. 


24) 




to£ 


Located. 


27) 




28 r. out. 


. Augusta. 


29 


Cornwall. 


30 


Mississippi. 


31 R. F. C. 


Richmond. 


32 .. 


Elizabethtown. 


33 


See Wes. Conf. 



WOOLSEY, ELIJAH. 

1793 r. wit.. Cambridge, N.Y. 

94 Upper Canada 

Upper Circuit. 

95 or. d. Bay Quinte. 

96 Redding, U. S. 
1835 New York Conf. 

Died in 1849, aged 78 years. 



WOOSTER HEZEKIAH C. 
1793 r. om. Granville, Mass, 



94 ... 

95 or. d. 



Elizabethtn.N.J- 
Columbia, N. Y. 
Oswegotchie. 

97 Oswegotchie. 

Died Nov. 6th, 1798, aged 23 
years. 



WRIGHT, DAVID. 



1821 c. . . 

22 c. . . 

23 R. out. 
24 

25 OR. D. . 

26 .... 

27 OR. 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 



E. 



Belleville. 

Belleville. 

Hallowell. 

Rideau. 

Rideau. 

Brockville. 

Cornwall. 

Kingston. 

Cobourg. 

Cobourg. 

Yonge Street. 

Yonge Street. 

See Wes. Conf. 



YOUMANS, DAVID. 



1813 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
to 
26 
27 

28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 



R. on T. 

OR. D. . 

OR. E. . 



STJPY. 

sup'y. 



Ancaster. 
Ancaster. 
Westminster. 
Long Point. 
Yonge Street. 
Yonge Street. 
Duffin's Creek. 

Located. 

Niagara and Fort 
George. 
Yonge Street. 
Toronto Tp. 
Credit. 



STJPD. 



Whitby. 
See Wes. Conf. 



Note.— Of the one hundred and -ninety-eight men whose record is given in the above list, five are 
reported as having died in the work ; two as having been expelled ; thirty-eight as having located ; 
eighty as having returned to the work in connection with their Conferences in the United States ; 
leaving seventy-three connected with the Conference at the time of the Union in 1833, every one of 
whom are returned as being connected with the Conference after the Union had been consummated. 
The Union is thus seen to have secured the unanimous vote of the Conferences concerned. Henceforth 
there was no organization in Canada known as the Methodist Episcopal Church, until the so-called 
Conference of five men was held at Cummer's meeting-house, Yonge Street, on June 25th, 1834, when 
the present Methodist Episcopal Church of Canada was constituted. 

The five who formed said new organization, for which they adopted the old name, were — 



JOHN W, BYAM, 
DAVID CULP, 
JOSEPH GATCHELL, 
DANIEL PICKETT, 
JOHN REYNOLDS. 



NAMES 



OF 



MINISTERS & PROBATIONERS FOR THE MINISTRY 



WHO HAVE LABOURED IN CONNECTION WITH THE 



^akgan JlUtfaitist CHjxtrrlj in Canaita, 



1813 to 1874, 
CLASSIFIED AND ALPHABETICALLY AERANGED 

UNDER THE YEAR IN WHICH THEIR MINISTRY BEGAN. 



Note. — The figures in the column after the name show the year in which his Ministry in Canada 
terminated, the letters indicating the cause, thus : — 

n. b. means Removed to N. Brunswick. 



d. means Died. 


DEP. 
DP. 

EX. ' 
LOC. ' 


1 Deposed from the Ministry. 
' Dropped. 
' Expelled. 
' Located. 


w. ' 


' Withdrew. 


ENG. ' 


' Removed to England. 



NFD. " 


' ' Newfoundland . 


N. S. " 


" Nova Scotia. 


U. S. " 


United States. 


W. I. " 


" West Indies. 


P. E. I. " 


" Prince Edward 




Island. 



A blank after the name indicates connection with the Conference at the time of the great organic 
Union with the Methodism of Eastern British America and the New Connexion Methodism of Canada 
in 1874. 



1783. 

1 Whitehead, Thomas .... 

1796. 

2 Taylor, Andrew 

1797. 

3 Sawyer, Joseph 

1802. 

4 Madden, Thomas 

1805. 



.D. 



5 Case, William . . 

6 Prindel, Andrew 



1806. 

7 Barton, King .. 

8 Knowlan, James 

1809. 

9 Johnston, Edward 



. .D. 
. N. B. 



1846 



1841 



1851 



1834 



1855 
1855 



1834 
1832 



.ENG. 1819 



1810. 

10 Crosscombe, William. 

11 Gatchell, Joseph . 

12 Harvard, Wm. M., D.D. 

1813. 

13 Jones, Peter 

14 Strong, John B 

15 Williams, Richard. . . 

16 Youmans, David 

1814. 

17 Adams, Ezra 

18 Beckwith, James . . 

19 Chamberlain, Wyatt. 

20 Pope, Henry 



1815. 



21 Brown, William. 

22 DePutron, John. 

23 Hick, John 

24 Hillier, Daniel 



.p. E. I. 

. . . LOC. 
. .ENG. 



. . LOC. 
. E. B. A. 
. E. B. A. 

. . .D. 



. . . .D. 

D. 

.LOC. 
. E. B. A. 



. .1). 
. ENG. 
. . .D. 
. W. I. 



1838 
1835 
1847 



1834 
1815 
1832 
1856 



1871 
1852 
1850 
1826 



1857 
1825 
1834 
1824 



52 



MINISTERS AND PROBATIONERS. 



1816. 

•25 Alder, Robert, D.D... 

26 Booth, James 

27 Burt, William 

28 Catterick, Thomas 

29 Ferguson, George . . 

30 Pope, Richard 

1817. 

31 Belton, Samuel. . 

32 Binning, William. . . . 

33 Lusher, Robert L. . . 

34 Tuke, John . . . 

35 Wilson, James 



. ENG. 
.D. 
.ENG. 
. ENG. 
. .D. 
. . .D. 



. . .D. 
. LOC. 
. . .D. 
. .W. 
. . .D. 



1819. 

36 Demorest, Thomas. . . d. 

37 Metcalf, Franklin d. 

38 Washington, George 

1820. 

39 Healy, Ezra d. 

40 Ryerson, John 

41 Smith, Philander u. s. 

42 Squire, William. . D 

43 Sutcliffe, William eng. 

44 Williams, Wm. H d. 



1821. 

45 Richey, Matthew, D.D. . 

46 Ryerson, William 

47 Waldron, Solomon .... 

48 Wright, David 

1822. 

49 Corson, Robert 

50 Irvine, Alexander 

51 Turner, Thomas 

52 Wood, Charles . 

1823. 

53 Griffis, William.. 

54 Hcyland, Rowley 

55 Lang, Matthew 

56 Messmore, Joseph 

57 Poole, Jacob 

58 Stinson, Joseph, D.D.. 

59 Stoney, Edmund . 

1824. 

60 Bissell, George. 

61 Black, John 

62 Byrne, Claudius. .... . 

63 Green, Anson, D.D. . . . 

64 MeMullen, Daniel 

65 Richardson, James . . 

66 Ryerson, Egerton, D.D. 

67 Sovereign, George . 



.N. S. 

.D. 



.LOC. 
. ENG. 
. LOC. 



.LOC. 

. . . D. 

.D. 



. LOC 
.D 



1825. 

68 Barry, John ... 

69 Jones, Peter (Ka-ke-wa-quonaby) 

70 Jones, Richard .... 

71 Poole, George. 



1827 
1854 
1828 
1823 
1851 
1832 



1861 
1818 
1849 

1847 
1851 



1872 
1850 



1849 

1837 
1852 
1822 
1873 



1851 
1872 

1872 



1836 
1841 
1844 



1837 
1873 
1850 



1862 
1862 



1834 
1867 



1874 
1836 



1838 
1856 

1853 



1826. 

72 Allison, Cyrus R d. 

73 Beatty, John . .d. 

74 Brownell, John B. .e. b. a. 

75 Faulkner, Wm. nfd. 

76 Phelps, Richard 

77 Whiting, Matthew d. 

78 Wood, Enoch, D.D 

1827. 

79 Adams, Alvah ... DEr. 

80 Attwood, John S loc 

81 Bevitt, Thomas d. 

82 Biggar, Hamilton ... 

83 Carroll, John, D.D 

84 Davidson, John C w. 

85 Evans, Ephraim, D.D 

86 Hetherington, John P . . . eng. 

87 Huston, John H . . . loc. 

88 Norris, James ... 

89 Tomkins, John 

1828. 

90 Armstrong, John 

91 Huntingdon, Simon ... . . . D. 

92 Hurlburt, Asahel 

93 Shaler, Henry 

94 Shenstone, Wm. E. 

95 Smith, William. 



1829. 



96 

97 
98 



Currie, James 

Hitchcock, Barnabas . 
Hurlburt, Thomas. 
99 Miller, Gilbert . . 

100 Patrick, William. .. 

101 Vandusen, Conrad .. . 

1830. 

102 Bailey, John. . 

103 Brock, James. 

104 Dean, Horace. 

105 Evans, James. 

1831. 

106 Baxter, John. . .. 

107 Cooney, Robert, D.D., 

108 Musgrove, James. 

109 Rose, Samuel.. .. 

110 Ryerson, Edwy M. 

111 Shepherd, Edmund. 

112 Sutcliffe, Ingham... 

113 Warner, Lewis 

114 Wilkinson, Henry 

1832. 

115 Fawcett, Thomas. . . . 

116 Harmon, Thomas. 

117 Holtby, Matthias 

118 McFadden, William 

119 McNab, Alex., D.D. 

120 Newlove, George 

121 Sunday, John. . . . 

122 Williston, John K. . 

1833. 

123 Brownell, Stephen . . 

124 Davis, Heman 

125 Hardie, David. . 



.E. B. A. 
. .U. S. 



. . LOC. 

.D. 

. .D. 



. .DP. 



.D. 
.D. 



. J>. 
. Ii. 



1869 
1864 
1837 
1826 

1868 



1866 
1836 
1865 



1854 

1846 
1833 



1856 



1848 
1835 



1843 
1864 

1873 



.loc. : 1836 



1834 

1866 

1S46 



INTO 
1863 



.ex. 1857 

. . EX. 1 S.">.> 
.NFD. ; 1S34 

.D. 1802 



.d. 1859 
.u. \ 1862 



v. j 1850 
. .D. ! 1832 



...i). | 1S71 
.loc. '< 1836 



WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



53 



1833. — Continued. 

126 Howard, Vincent B. . . . 

127 Johnson, John loo. 

128 Ker, Peter 

129 Law, John , . . D. 

130 McMullen, Thomas 

131 Playter, George F d. 

132 Townley, Adam w. 

133 Watson, John D. 



1834. 

134 Berney, Daniel . , . 

135 Botterell, Edmund 

136 Douse, John 

137 Gladwin, Jonathan . . 

138 Manley, John G 

139 Nankeville, Benjamin 

140 Scott, Jonathan. 

141 Slight, Benjamin, M.A. 

142 Steer, William 



1835. 

143 Blackstock, Moses 

144 Borland, John 

145 Deverell, William . . . 

J 46 Flanagan, John 
47 Flummerfelt, Cornelius 

148 Garrett, Richard 

149 Haw, William . . . 

150 Hutchinson, Richard . . 

151 Ingalls, Edmund S. 

152 Jenkins, John 

153 Lever, John .... 

154 Mc In tyre, John. 

155 Montgomery, Hugh . 

156 Mulkins, Hannibal . . . 

157 Raine, John ... 

1 58 Sanderson, John 

159 Snider, Solomon 

160 Stewart, Schuyler . . 

161 Ward, James. 

162 Young, William 

1836. 

163 Butcher, George B. . . 

164 Campbell, Thomas. . . 

165 Creighton, Kennedy 

166 Goodrich, Charles fi. ... 

167 Goodson, George .... 

168 Hurlburt, Sylvester . 

169 Jeffers, Wellington, D.D 

170 Miles, Stephen 

171 Scott, William 

172 Selley, John B., M.D. .. 

173 Tupper, Reuben E. 

174 Will, John C 

175 Willoughby, William 

1837. 

176 Byers, Henry 

177 Churchill, Charles .... 

178 Coleman, William 

179 DeWolfe, Charles, M.A. 

180 Hume, William 

181 Lanton, Henry .... 

182 Rice, Samuel D., D.D . . 

183 Sanderson, Geo. R. 



. . . LOC. 
.E. B. A. 

.D. 

... .D. 

.D. 



IT. S. 



. .DP. 
.LOC. 
. . .D. 

.LOO. 
. .EX. 
.LOC. 



W. 
W. 

w 

. .D. 



. . . W. 
.DP. 

u. s. 



.LOC. 
.D. 



. .W 
.D. 



• D. 



.LOC. 



. . .E. B. A. 



. E. B. A. 
LOC. 



1837 

1868 

1866 
1840 
1834 



1846 

1848 

1837 
1856 
1858 



1856 

1838 
1839. 
1861 
1839 
1857 
1843 



w. 1854 



1841 
1854 
1840 
1844 

1848 
1836 
1837 



1847 
1866 

1841 

1874 



1870 



1838 



1837 

1855 
1840 



1838. 

184 Gilbert, Chas. W. M. 

185 Jacobs, Peter 

186 McDonald, Malcolm. 

187 Newbury, Arkle S. 

188 Philp, Samuel C. . . . 

189 Spencer, James, M.A. 

1839. 

190 Brooking, Robert 

191 Cosford, Thomas 

192 English, William 

193 Hughes, James 

194 Milner, James 

195 Price, William 

196 Taylor, Lachlin, D.D. 

197 Wright, Daniel. 



1840. 

198 Bakewell, Wm. H 

199 Beynon, George. 

200 Coleman, Francis 

201 Connor, Matthew . 

202 Darlington, Robert 

203 Dignam, William 

204 Howard, Isaac B. . . 

205 Hutchinson, James 

206 Madden, David B 

207 Mason, William 

208 Mockeridge, James 

209 McCullough, William 

210 Philp, William 

211 Reynolds, Joseph 

212 Rice, Luther O . . 

213 Rundle, Robert F 

214 Van Norman, Daniel C, M.A. 

215 Wilkinson, John. 

216 Williams, Thomas 

1841. 

217 Barrass, Edward 

218 Barber, Ozias ..... 

219 Culham, John 

220 Elliott, James . 

221 Fawcett, Michael ... 

222 Flanders, Rufus A. 

223 Gemley, John 

224 Harper, Ephraim B., M.A 

225 Hurlburt, Jesse, M.A. ... 

226 Jeffers, Thomas 

227 Marsden, John S 

228 McCallum, John W 

229 Sallows, Edward 

230 Sheply, Joseph 

231 Williams, John 



.EX. 

W. 

. .D. 



1858 
1840 
1863 



.DP. 



. . . EX. 

.LOC 
.D. 
W. 

. . W. 

. . . W 



. ENG. 
.11. M. 
.LOC. 



.IT. S. 
. .D. 



. . . .D. 



W. 

. . .D. 

. .D. 



.D. 



1842. 

232 Ames, William 

233 Baxter, Michael 

234 Bredin, John 

235 Carr, George 

236 Davis, George H 

237 Fear, Samuel 

238 Hunt, Francis 

239 Kennedy, George 

240 La Dow, Samuel P. 

241 Lavell, Charles, M.A. 

242 Morton, William 

243 McEwen, William 

244 Pollard, William 

245 Young, George 



.DP. 



1840 

1854 

1863 

1848 

1864 

1854 

1854 
1841 



1849 
1852 
1840 



1872 
1852 



1865 



1849 
1871 
1845 



1854 



1846 
1843 



54 



MINISTERS AND PROBATIONERS. 



1843. 

246 Andrews, William .... 

247 Aylesworth, Isaac B. M.D 

248 Constable, Thomas W 

249 Copway, George. ... 

250 Dixon, William. 

251 Goodfellow, John 

252 Greener, James 

253 Herkimer, William. 

254 Lochead, Robert 

255 Robinson, Reuben ... 

256 Sickles, Abraham 

257 Taggart, Charles 



w. 



.LOC. 

..DP. 

.D. 



.LOC. 



.u. s. 



.D. 

.EX. 



1844. 

258 Cawthorne, John W . . . 

259 Clappison, David C. . . . 

260 Dayman, Abraham 

261 Gundy, John 

262 Hanna, Thomas ... 

263 Harnden, Robert dp. 

264 Heck, Samuel log. 

265 Howes, John 

266 Hunt, John . . 

267 Hurlburt, Erastus. 

268 Jennings, David ... 

269 Jones, Benjamin ... . loc. 

270 Robinson, Robert 

271 Ryerson, Joseph E . ... .loc. 

272 Turver, Charles. 

1845. 

273 Armstrong, James ... 

274 Axtle, Nathan dp. 

275 Chapman, Francis . . . d. 

276 Cleghorn, Thomas. u. s. 

277 Clement, Edwin 

278 Cotton, William dp. 

279 English, Noble F . d. 

280 Glass, William . . loc. 

281 Graham, William . loc. 

282 Green, Alexander T 

283 Hill, Joseph 

284 Hutchinson, John 

285 Loverin, Jonathan. . . . . 

286 Punshon, William M., LL.D. 

287 Rattray, Thomas. 

288 Robson, Thomas 

289 Whiting, Richard 



.EX. 

.ENG. 

.DEP. 

.D. 



1846. 

290 Bettys, Darius 

291 Blackstock, William S . 

292 Brown, Nelson . 

293 Campbell, Alexander . 

294 Carpenter, Abraham . . . 

295 Case, George ... 

296 Chapman, William . . . 

297 Cox, Henry . 

298 Dorey, Gifford . . . 

299 Douglas, John 

300 Gray, James . . . 

301 McDowell, David C 

302 Osborne, John C. . . 

303 Pattyson, William M . . 

304 Poole, William H 

305 Potts, Alexander 

306 Reid, Henry 

307 Silvester, Charles 

308 Slater, James C 

309 Webster, John... 



.LOC. 



1874 

1846 
1844 
1861 



1844 



1852 

1863 
1848 

1845 
1845 



1858 
1848 



1848 
1855 
1870 

1848 
1874 
1848 
1848 



1852 
1874 
1849 
1868 



1847 



. . .D. 


1865 


.DP. 


1853 


TJ. S. 


1851 


. . ENG. 


1864 


. .U. S. 


1872 



.w. 



OlA TIT^ll.* 



1850 



1847. 

311 Evans, John S. .......... 

312 McGill, William 

313 Nelles, Samuel S., D.D. 

1848. 

314 Armstrong, John (A). . . 

315 Armstrong, John B 

316 Armstrong, Noble loc. 

317 Budge, Henry .loc. 

318 Byrne, Alexander S D. 

319 Douglas, George, D.D . ... 

320 English, John. ... 

321 Fish, Charles 

322 Gooderham, James . loc. 

323 Laird, John G 

324 Morton, Lewis. . ..... i?p. 

325 Peacock, Thomas. D. 

326 White, Edward .D. 

327 Wilson, Richard 



1849. 

328 Barber, Isaac . 

329 Brown, Robert 

330 Griffin, William S 

331 Johnson, Joshua H., M.A. 

332 Sawyer, David 

333 Smith, Andrew A 

334 Stobbs, Thomas 



.v. s. 
.D. 



.LOC 



1850. 



335 Briggs, Joel. 

336 Burns, William... 

337 Creighton, William 

338 Culbert, Thomas. 

339 German, John W 

340 Graham, Robert 

341 Hammond, Richard M . . . 

342 Hodgson, John 

343 Hugill, Joseph. 

344 Huntingdon, Silas . ... 

345 Miller, Aaron D 

346 McAlister, Andrew 

347 McDougall, George 

348 McRitchie, George 

349 Robertson, David. \ . 

350 Swann, Matthew 

351 Witted, JohnG.... 

1851. 

352 Bishop, James H. 

353 Brewster, Robert. 

354 Clarke, James M. 

355 Clarke, Richard 

356 Crews, Thomas 

357 Dewart, Edw. H. . . . 

358 Dickson, G. N. A. F. T. 

359 Fletcher, DrummondJ. 

360 Harris, James ... 

361 Hobbs, Robert. 

362 Jones, Henry .... 

363 Mills, John 

364 McDowell, Henry 

365 Preston, James 

366 Richard4on, William 

367 Sanderson, Jos. E., M.A. 

368 Sanderson, William 

369 Shaw, John , 

370 Starr, J. Herbert . . . 

371 Steinhaur, Henry . . . 



. .D. 



. . u. s. 



. . .D. 
.U. S. 
. ..D. 



.DP. 



.D. 
. LOC 



1851 
1850 
1851 



1850 

1850 
1856 
1872 



1866 
1863 



1853 

1874 

1868 

1868 

1853 

1853 
1855 



1869 
1870 
1858 



1853 

1861 
1855 



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55 



1852. 

373 Atkinson, Thomas . . . 

374 Berry, Francis . . . 

375 Doel, John .... 

376 Edwards, Andrew . . . 

377 Ellsworth, Orrin H. 

378 Kerr, John L. ... 

379 Maudsley, Samuel E . 

380 McDonagh, William . 

381 Peake, Edwin 

382 Pearson, Thomas D. . 

383 Wakefield, John .... 

384 Woolsey, Thomas 

1853. 

385 Adams, Lucius 

386 Bryers, William . . 

387 Cochran, George . . . 

388 Dingman, Garrett J . 

389 Fawcett, John 

390 Forman, Richard J. . 

391 Fowler, Robert, M.D. 

392 German, Peter 

393 Houghton, Luther 

394 Koyl, Ephraim L.... 

395 Lund, William 

396 Phillips, Samuel G. 

397 Pugh. JohnD 

398 Salt, Allan 

399 Tomblin, William.... 

400 Williams, William . . . 

401 Youmans, Jay S. 



1854. 

402 Armstrong, Andrew 

403 Blaker, George .... 

404 Bradon, John 

405 Briden, William . . 

406 Campbell, Alex. R. 

407 Clarke, John S 

408 Cragg, Edward 

409 Dowler, John A . . . 

410 Dyer, James E. 

411 Fletcher, Ash ton, Jun 

412 Gostello, David 

413 Hawke, William 

414 Hewitt, William T. . . 

415 Hough, John 

416 Hunt, Ambrose 

417 Hunt, David 
A18 Iveson, James A. 

419 Jacques, George . 

420 Johnston, David A. . . 

421 Keough, Jabez B. 

422 Luke, Wm. M. C. 

423 Masson, James . . . 

424 Morgan, James 

425 Pinch, Richard ... 

426 Richardson, Geo. T 

427 Roy, James 

428 Russ, Amos E. 

429 Sanders, Joseph L . 

430 Savage, John W 

431 Savage William . 

432 Thompson, James 

433 Vanderburg, Levi. 

434 Ward, Edward A. . 

435 Wilson, John V.. . 



, .D. 



1867 



1872 



.LOC. 



1854 



1855 



. . .D. 
.LOC. 



.LOC. 
.DP. 



.LOC. 
. .DP. 



. D. 



.EX 
.D 



1855. 

436 Andrews, Alfred . . 

437 Ash, John C. . . . 



1859 



1861 
1871 



1861 
1856 



1857 
1856 

1869 



1864 

1858 

1872 



1873 
1867 



1855 . — (Continued.) 

438 Bawtinhimer Henry 

439 Berry, James . . . loc. 

440 Betts, Jonathan E 

441 Cobb, Thomas 

442 Cole, Benjamin ... ... . d. 

443 Crane, Isaac 

444 Davies, John .... 

445 Down, Samuel . 

446 Drennan, Alex .... 

447 Dyre, William R. 

448 Fletcher, Ashton 

449 Forsyth, Joseph L. .loc. 

450 Fowler, Hiram 

451 Hansford, William 

452 Hay, William 

453 Hill, Murray loc. 

454 Howard, Thomas S. 

455 Huxtable, George G 

456 Jackson, John ex. 

457 Jones, Joseph .... .v. h. 

458 Laird, William H 

459 Lake, John N. . . 

460 Latimer, James F . . . .... 

461 Lawson, Thomas . ... . D. 

462 Morden, William R loc. 

463 Morten, William . . 

464 Perdue, Henry H. . . loc. 

465 Scott, William L 

466 Short, William 

467 Stringfellow, Charles 

468 Sutherland, Alex. 

469 Sutton, William 

470 Sweet, Edmund E 

471 Tucker, Samuel . 

472 Walton, John 

1856. 

473 Ash, James . . . d. 

474 Ashquabe, James dp. 

475 Bond, Stephen 

476 Brown, Brinton P., M.D u. s. 

477 Brown, Wm. D 

478 Browning, Arthur 

479 Charbonell, Thomas 

480 Chase, Henry P. . . loc. 

481 Clarke, Wm. Warner . . . u. s. 

482 Cleworth, Thomas. 

483 Cross, William 

484 Dixon, James . . .u.s. 

485 German, George O .... loc. 

486 Glassford, Edward . .... loc. 

487 Goodwin, James . 

488 Hadwin, Thomas .... .... 

489 Hamilton, Christopher 

490 Hill, William 

491 Hoskins, Benjamin S ... loc. 

492 Hunter, William J 

493 Jackson, Daniel ... loc. 

494 Jackson, Henry tr. s. 

495 Keough, Thomas S. 

496 Kilgour, Joseph . ... 

497 Krupp, Henry. ... 

498 Learoyd, John. ... .... 

499 Lyon, Seth loc. 

500 Meacham, George M., M.A 

501 Messmore, John F . loc. 

502 Miller, Wm. W ... .... 

503 Milliken, Andrew 

504 Morris, James .... dp. 

505 Ormerod, J ... w. 

506 Parker, Wm. R., M. A 

507 Peterson, Andrew L 



1857 
1870 



1863 



1856 



1865 
1858 



1870 
1859 

1860 



1863 
1863 

1869 



1858 
1870 



1859 
1857 
1858 



1858 

1860 
1860 



1859 
1862 



1857 
1857 



56 



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M.A. 



1856. — (Continued.) 

508 Philp, Samuel C. 

509 Robson, Ebenezer 

510 Rose, Philip 

511 Byckman, Edward B. 

512 Seeley, Samuel C 

513 Slight, John . 

514 Sutherland, Donald 

515 Tucker, Richard L 

516 Whitlock, George C, LL.D. 

517 Willoughby, N. R, M.A.... 

518 Wilson, Samuel 

519 Wright, Wesley P., M.A. . . 

1857. 



520 Baker, Isaac 

521 Bate, John. ... 

522 Broley, James 

523 Browne, George. 

524 Burch, Oliver E 

525 Campbell, Peter 

526 Christopherson, Hall 

527 Clarkson, John B., M.A . . 

528 Connolly, Daniel. 

529 Cooley, Wm. M 

530 Derrick, Thomas 

531 Doxee, Archelaus 

532 Edwards, Timothy 

533 Ferguson, Thomas A . ... 

534 Fessant, Edwin . 

535 Frazee, Elias W 

■ 536 Hayworth, Richard .... . 

537 Henderson, Wm. C, M.A. 

538 Irwin, William 

539 Jeffery, Thomas W 

540 Jones, George 

541 Kennedy, James. . . 

542 Kiernan, John. . 

543 Langford, Alexander 

544 Mark, Robert, M.D 

545 McLean, Hugh 

546 McNamara, George 

547 Potter, Richard. 

548 Potts, John 

549 Ross, William W . 

550 Sanderson, John (B) .... 

551 Scott, John , 

552 Smith, Robert H. 

553 Tallman, Isaac B. 

554 Tetron, Henri .... 

555 Thompson, Robert 

556 Thorneloe, James 

557 Walker, William E 

1858. 



.D. 



. ..D. 
. .EX. 

tr. s. 



. ..D. 



.ENG. 



1862 

1859 
1868 
1866 

1864 



.0. s. 



.u. s. 



.U. s. 



.IT. S. 
. ,EX. 



. .D. 
.TJ. S. 



1860 
1868 

1865 
1859 



1869 
1861 



1862 
1866 



558 Adams, William . . 

559 Anderson, James 

560 Beeson, Henry 

561 Bell, Thomas.. 

562 Bland, Henry F. . . . 

563 Blanshard, Shem . . . 

564 Brock, Thomas .... 

565 Clark, Nelson B. . 

566 Cornish, George H. . 

567 Dorion, Joseph A . . 

568 Drake, Thomas 

569 Feather, Thomas 

570 Gordon, John Alex. 

571 Hall, William, M.A. 

572 Hannon, James . ... 

573 Harris, Edward . 

574 Hayhurst, William . 



.IT. S. 
, . . DP. 
D. 

. .EX. 
. W. 



.D. 



.D. 



.D. 

.ENG. 



1873 
1860 
1865 
1865 
1865 



1867 



1864 



1861 
1871 



575 
576 
577 
578 
579 
580 
581 
582 
583 
584 
585 
586 
587 
588 
589 
590 
591 
592 
593 
594 
595 



1858. — ( Continued. ) 

Hewitt, Joseph William 
Hughes, James (B) . . . . 

Jackson, Samuel 

Ogilvie, James D 

Parent, Amand 

Peake, William H. 

Pretty, Richard ... ... 

Ryan, David 

Salmon, John, B.A , 

Sheridan, William 
■Sherlock, Benjamin ... 

Sloane, James W 

Squire, William Wood, B A . 
Stenning, George 
Stephenson, William 

Stinson, Joseph H . 

Teeson, Samuel 

Thornton, James 

Thurston, John 

Washington, George, M. A. . 
WU1, Phineas D 



.D. 
.EX. 

.LOC. 
.W. 



.D. 
.LOC. 



.LOC. 
.LOC. 



1859. 



596 Adams, Richard N 

597 Addison, Peter 

598 Bawtinhimer, Peter M. 

599 Begg, Martin 

600 Briggs, William 

601 Bristol, Colman, M.A. . 

602 Burson, George .... 

603 Campbell, Alex. (B) . 

604 Gold, Isaac 

605 Graham, James ... 

606 Hiscox, John 

607 Hume, Samuel 

608 Ireland, Francis C 

609 Johnston, Hugh, B.D. 

610 Messmore, Samuel W. . . . 

611 Might, Samuel 

612 Morrison, Wm. F., M.A. . . 

613 McDonald, Davidson, M.D. 

614 McRea, George ...,-.,... 

615 Neelands, John 

616 Pen-in, Daniel, B.A... 

617 Rice, Madison A 

618 Shannon, John . 

619 Shaw, Robert, B.A. 

620 Shorey, Edmund S. 

621 Spencer, Hazleton A . 

622 Walker, Thomas H 

623 Ware, Francis W 

624 Whiting, James . . . 

625 Wilson, Robert O . . . 



1860. 

626 Bartlett, Henry. 

627 Brethour, David. . 

628 Browne, George (B) . 

629 Brownell, Daniel E 

630 Burns, Alexander, D.D. ... 

631 Burwash, Nathaniel, S.T.D. 

632 Burwash, Nathaniel S 

633 Campbell, William Francis. 

634 Chalmers, David 

635 Field, George H 

636 Freshman, Charles, D.D . . 

637 Godfrey, Robert. 

638 Greene, Josiah. 

639 Hewitt, John N . 

640 Hicks, William 

641 Hyndman, John ... 



.DP. 



,w. 



1862 
1861 

1863 
1867 



1871 
1863 



1862 
1861 



1861 
1867 



d. 1864 



.LOC. 

II. s. 

.IT. S. 

.U. S. 

.LOC. 

. .D. 

. .D. 

.LOC. 

U. S. 

.IT. S. 

.IT. S. 



w. 

.DP. 

.IT. S. 

. ,W. 
W. 



.LOC. 
.LOC. 



1862 
1869 
186« 



1865 
1874 
1868 

1868 



1863 
1863 
1865 

1867 
1872 

1864 
1864 



WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



57 



.DP. 



I860. — ( Continued. ) 

642 Kelly, Thomas u. s. 

643 Kennedy, David, B.A 

644 Kenney, George H. 

645 Lake, Charles V. . 

646 Leech, Webster W 

647 Lee, Ira C 

648 Lucas, Daniel V 

649 Matheson, James . . 

650 Matthews, Henry S 

651 Mitchell, John... 

652 Philp, John, M.A. 

653 Pyke, William 

654 Richardson, James E. 

655 Rose, Brock 

656 Rupert, Edmund S. 

657 Schmidt, Karlos , .. . . .D. 

658 Schofleld, William H., M.A. . .d. 

659 Sexsmith, George d. 

660 Stafford, Ezra A 

661 Watson, Wm. C, M.A. 

662 Willmott, John C, M.A 

663 Wilson, John. 

1861. 

>664 Armstrong, John (B). 

665 Barker, James dp. 

666 Casson, Wesley . . . 

667 Cullen, Thomas. .. 

668 Curry, Erastus S. . 

669 Ferrier, Robert W., M.A. .d. 

670 Galbraith, William 

671 Garbutt, Thomas E. ... .d. 

672 Haight, George Lewis loc. 

673 Holmes, John . 

674 Hooker, LeRoy 

675 Huff, Dennis L . . 

676 Hunter, Samuel J 

677 Leech, George. . 

678 Lester, Alexander. . . .d. 

679 Lewis, Joshua P 

680 McCann, Alfred 

681 McCullough, William S., M.A .. | 

682 McHardy, Norman loc. ' 

683 Roadhouse, Job 

684 Robson, George d. 

685 Russell, John. 

686 Teskey, Ebenezer 

687 Washington, William C, M 

688 Weldon, Isaac 



1862. 

689 Alexander, Samuel log. 

690 Barker, William R. . . . 

691 Brown, George Martin. 

692 Burns, Nelson, M.A. . 

693 Cairns, Hugh . . . 

694 Clement, Benjamin . . . 

695 Colling, Joseph . 

696 Colling, Thomas . . 

697 German, John P., M.A 

698 Halstead, William 

699 Hardie, Alex., M.A. 

700 Jackson, William 

701 Johnson, Moses M. 

702 Jones, Cornelius A. . . 

703 Kapelle, Stephen . . . 

704 Keagey, John G., B.A 

705 Kellam, Henry 

706 Laird, James 

707 Lambly, Osborne, B.A 

708 Maxwell, Henry W. 



1862 



1873 709 
710 
711 
712 
713 
714 
715 
716 
717 

1861 If 718 
719 
720 
721 
722 
723 
724 
725 



1862 
1869 

1874 



1864 



1871 



1862 



1870 

1869 
1865 



1861 
1870 

1862 
1870 



1862. — (Continued. ) 

Mauni, Henri 

Morrow, Edward, M.A. . . . 
Moyer, Peter E. W., B.A. . 

Mulholland, John H 

Musgrove, William H . 

McKenzie, Kenneth 

Pearson, Marmaduke L. . . . 

Perry, Charles E 

Reynar, Alfred H, M.A... 
Robinson, Richard 
Shepherd, William W 
Stewart, John 

Taylor, William 

Williams, Thomas G. 

Wilson, J. Carroll 

Wilson, John J 

Withrow, W H, M.A. ... 

1863. 



726 Allen, Henry W. P. ... 

727 Allum, Carl 

728 Benson, Manly . 

729 Brown, Thomas C . 

730 Burwash, John, M.A. 

731 Cairns, Samuel . 

732 Cole, William John 

733 Connor, Samuel. .. 

734 Corbett, John . . . 

735 Dochstader, John W 

736 Edwards, Abel 

737 Ferguson, George 

738 Freshman, Jacob 

739 Gabie, Robert L . . 

740 Holmes, John (A) . 

741 Holmes, Joseph W 

742 Irvine, Henry . 

743 Keppel, J. Hadden . . 

744 Kines, James . 

745 La Glair, Alex 

746 Large, Richard . . 

747 McClung, James A. 

748 McCullough, William (B) . 

749 Phillips, Samuel B. 

750 Rich, George W 

751 Rogers, George 

752 Rowsom, William H., B.A. 

753 Tennant, Elisha 

754 Waddell, Robert H. 

755 Wicher, John W 

756 Winans, William H. 

757 Young, Egerton R. . . 



1871 



1864. 

758 Alexander, John R. 

759 Bell, Robert 

760 Bridgman, George H., M.A. 

761 Campbell, Thomas . ... 

762 Chambers, Andrew. B 

763 Chant, Joseph H. . . . 

764 Chartier, Stephen 

765 Gee, Daniel E 

766 Harris, Alex. G . 

767 Howell, Jacob E., M.A. 

768 Kerr, Richard 

769 Kidd, James P 

770 McCartney, James .... 

771 McCullough, James 

772 McLean, William J 

773 Perry, David 

774 Shaw, William 

775 Shaw, William J 



TT.S. 

.LOO. 
. .D. 

.IT. S. 
. . .D. 



.LOC. 



.IT. S. 



.D. 

.D. 

. .D 



.D. 

. LOO. 



.IT. S. 
.DP. 

.LOC. 

.EX. 

TJ.S. 



1866 

1865 
1862 
1870 
1863 



.D. 



1863 



1871 



1867 
1867 
1870 



1869 
1864 



1866 
1865 

1866 

1867 

1873 

1866 



.r. s. 1866 
w'. 1873 



u. k I 1870 



w. I 1872 
. ex. ! 1867 



.DP. 
.D. 



. . .D. 



1865 
1866 

1872 



58 



MINISTERS AND PROBATIONERS. 



1864. — (Continued.) 

11Q Sparling, William H. . . .u.s. 

777 Stafford, Charles E 

778 Starr, Eeginald H., B.A. .. w. 

779 Stewart, John H. . . 

780 Stonehouse, James H 

781 Sutherland, Donald G 

782 Thompson, David ... . d. 

783 Van Camp, Albert . . 

784 Wigle, Eli . . . u. s. 

1865. 

785 Bruce, Robert ... v. s. 

786 Cookman, Christopher ... 

787 Hagar, Joseph M., M.A 

788 Hanson, Charles A 

789 Hoskins, Richard . u. s. 

790 Jolley, William Clowes 

791 Locke, Joseph 

792 Magwood, William P. . loc. 

793 Mitchell, George, B.A 

794 Raney, William 

795 Robinson, John 

796 Scanlon, John 

797 Smiley, John, M.A 

798 Smith, John w. 

799 Squire, George H., M.A. 

800 Totten, John W 

801 York, Frederick . . . . . v. s. 

1866. 

802 Campbell, Thomas M. . . 

803 Chapman, J. Anderson 

804 Clark, George 

805 Eby, Charles S., B. A 

806 Edwards, William Watson . . 

807 Fisher, JohnS 

808 Hall, Joseph 

809 Jones, Edmund S . . . 

810 Magwood, Alex. A. loc. 

81 1 Moss, James 

812 McDougall, John 

813 Pearen, James, B.A. 

814 Russell, Alfred L 

815 Sanders, Nelson . .ex. 

816 Saunders, John, B.A 

817 Schuster, Anselm w. 

818 Smith, Nathaniel 

819 Sparling, Joseph W 

820 Wilson, Albert C . 

1867. 

821 Agar, John .. . r.s. 

822 Andree, William r.s. 

823 Bottoms, William E . . . . loo. 

824 Cardus, Thomas . . . . . u. s. 

825 Carson, Wellington W 

826 Cattanach, David 

827 Cunningham, Andrew 

828 Eastman, Andrew C. u. s. 

829 Glover, Thomas W ... 

830 Halpenny, Jacob .loo. 

831 Hare, John James. .... 

832 Healy, Ezra A., B.A. 

833 Isaae, John R 

834 Jackson, Thomas W 

835 Jones, Peter W 

836 Mahan, John 

837 McCollum, Edwin 

838 McCulloch, Robert 

839 McFarlane, James 



1866 
1867 

1867 
1866 

1867 

1869 
1868 



1867 
1868 



1867 

1870 
1871 



1871 
1872 
1870 
1874 



1870 

1870 



1 867 . — (Continued. ) 

840 Peirce, William .... 

841 Reynolds, Francis C 

842 Richardson, Ezekiel 

843 Ridley, John . ...... 

844 Robison, Matthew 

845 Ross, James S. 

846 Ryan, William 

847 Schesser, Elmira J . 

848 Scott, John, B.A. ... 

849 Sing, Samuel 

850 Williams, David . . 

851 Willson, John, B.A 

852 Woodsworth, Richard W 

853 Young, William J 

1868. 

854 Bielby, William M. . . 

855 Bloomfield, Arthur G. . 

856 Chambers, Alexander C. 

857 Charlton, James 

858 Chown, Edwin A., B.D. 

859 Crosby, Thomas. 

860 Davey, Robert 

861 Deacon, Joseph 

862 Edmison, Thomas J 

863 Ford, William J. . . 

864 Garrett, John C 

865 Grenfell, John. 

866 Haddon, Thomas 

867 Hill, Newton. 

868 Horsky, William H . 

869 James, Richard G . 

870 Johnson, Thomas 

871 Johnston, William 

872 Jolliffe, William J. 

873 Keefer, Benjamin B 

874 Longley, Benjamin, B.A . 

875 Phillips, Robert 

876 Rigsby, Walter 

877 Rilance, William . . 

878 Rivet, Xavier 

879 Saunders, Jabez B. . . 

880 Taylor, Edward H. . . 

881 Thompson, Daniel W. 

882 Tovell, Isaac .... 

883 Toye, Reuben 

884 Tozeland, John 

885 Turner, William T 

886 Wilkinson, Isaac 

887 Williams, Richard W 

888 Winter, David ... 



1870 



1869. 

889 Allen, James 

890 Austin, Nathan ... 

891 Aude, James 

892 Calvert, George W 

893 Charlton, Edward, B A. 

894 Clipsham, John W. . . . 

895 Dundas, Brabazon B. 

896 Fear, James 

897 Ferguson, John . 

898 Fife, William H. . . . 

899 Galloway, Joseph .... 

900 Hammond, Joseph 

901 Hare, Robert B 

902 Jewell, John A., B.A. . 

903 Knight, Adolphus, B.A. 

904 Madden, George C. 

905 Manning, Henry M. . 

906 Mills, William 



1870 



1870 



.LOC. 

w. 



1869 
1871 



.u. s. 



1871 



.LOC. 



.LOC. 



1874 
1870 

1870 



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59 



1 869.— ( Continued, 

907 Montgomery, James. 

908 Oliver, Robert F 

909 Reid, Thomas R. 

910 Reynolds, Robert . . 

911 Ruttan, John H. ... 

912 Scott, John G 

913 Tuckley, Henry 

914 Walsh, William 

915 Washington, Edwin S., B 

916 Wass, JohnB., M.A. .. 

917 Watson, Coverdale 

1870. 

918 Bell, John W. 

919 Boyd, John H 

920 Bryant, Cornelius 

921 Cairnduff, William H. . . 

922 Campbell, Thomas W. . . 

923 Clarkson, George C. 

924 Cook, William H. ... 

925 Craig, William . . 

926 Edmonds, Jabez 

927 Forster, Joseph L 

928 German, Orrin . 

929 Gibson, Joseph R. . 

930 Hall, Robert H 

931 Hames, Arthur B . . . 

932 Knowles, Henry W 

933 Knox, William 

934 Lanceley, John E . . . . 

935 Leach, John J 

936 Metcalfe, James F. 

937 Millyard, Reuben 

938 Mclntyre, Charles E. 

939 Odery, Joseph 

940 Patchell, Thomas H. 

941 Phillips, Alfred M. 

942 Potter, Austin 

943 Reid, Thomas J . . 

944 Rutledge, William L. 

945 Schram, George A . . 

946 Semmens, John . ... 

947 Shier, Richard 

948 Simpson, James . 

949 Smith, Charles 

950 Smith, John V 

951 Stevenson, John C. 

952 Thibeadeau, Alex 

953 Thompson, Christopher L 

954 Turner, James 

955 Walton, John (B).. 



1871. 

956 Annis, Jeremiah W. . 

957 Austin, William 

958 Berry, Henry . 

959 Bishop, George J. 

960 Bowerman, Allan 

961 Buchanan, William 

962 Burns, Robert 

963 Daniel, George 

964 DeGruchy, Edward.. 

965 Goff, Edward. 

966 Hart, John 

967 Henderson, James. 

968 Hill, Henry E. . . . 

969 Holmes, A. Lee, B.A 

970 Howson, William G. 

971 Hughes, Silas J 

972 Jennings, John ... 

973 Langford, Charles. . 

974 Lyons, Almon P. . . . 

975 Maxwell, William J. 



u. s. 



EX. 
.D. 



.LOO. 



.LOC. 



1873 



1871 
1872 



1873 



1874 



1874 



, .LOC. 



1873 



187 1 . — (Continued, 

976 Mooney, James 

977 Morden, Thomas E. ... 

978 Myers, Henry 

979 McCarroll, John . . . 

980 McCauley, Samuel 

981 McGladdery, William. 

982 Mclntyre, George . . 

983 Padgham, Richard W. 

984 Patterson, Allan ..... 

985 Perley, William F 

986 Robbins, John .... 

987 Robinson, Isaac N 

988 Salton, Samuel 

989 Sellery, Samuel 

990 Sexsmith, William V. 

991 Smith, William E 

992 Syvret, John 

993 Timberlake, William 

994 Turner, John 

995 Werden, James E 

1872. 

996 Blades, John Thomas . 

997 Brick, John G . ... 

998 Crookshanks, Simon 

999 Crothers, William J. 

1000 Crozier, James G . . 

1001 Eason, Richard 

1002 Fawcett, James B. . . 

1003 Franklin, Benjamin 

1004 Fydell, Thomas R. 

1005 Gee, Thomas . . •. . 

1006 Godwin, William . . 

1007 Guest, Joseph 

1008 Hawkins, Charles W., B.A 

1009 Henderson, William H. . . 

1010 Hill, Edward . .... 

1011 Hobbs, Richard 

1012 Jamieson, William H. 

1013 Johnson, Francis . . . 

1014 Kettlewell, William 

1015 Morrow, Charles R. 

1016 McNair, Thomas R. . 

1017 Pearson, William 

1018 Pepper, John, B.A. 

1019 Pickering, John 

1020 Ross, Andrew W 

1021 Scott, Moses 

1022 Shibley, Samuel 

1023 Shortt, William K., M.A. . 

1024 Smith, JohnTatler. 

1025 Snowden, Thomas J 

1026 Strachan, Richard 

1027 Torrance, William 

1028 Webster, John (B) . 

1029 Wellwood, Robert G. 

1030 Whiteside, Arthur 



1873. 

1031 Bettschan, David . . 

1032 Cunningham, Robert 

1033 Edwards, George . . 

1034 Flanders, Charles R. . 

1035 Harrison, James M . 

1036 Kane, David 

1037 Keam, Frank . . . 

1038 Legate, Thomas 

1039 Morrison, William R. 

1040 Munroe, John A 

1041 Rose, Samuel P. 

1042 Taylor, Ernest M. 

1043 Waite, Joseph 

1044 Ward, Joseph 

1045 Workman, George C. . 




1873 



.loc. 1874 



, .DP. 



1874 



.dp 1874 



ALPHABETICAL ARRANGEMENT 



OF ALL THE 



MINISTERS & PROBATIONERS FOR THE MINISTRY 

IN CONNECTION WITH THE CONFERENCE OF THE 

■t&lqim JHtffaMst CKjarrlj in (Kattaita, 

1833 to 1874. 



In this record there will be found a list of all the Ministers and Proba- 
tioners for the Ministry whose names have appeared on the Minutes of Con- 
ference from the date of the Union with the Methodist Episcopal Church in 
Canada in 1833, to the larger Union of 1874, together with those who la- 
boured in Canada under the direction of the British Wesleyan Conference 
from 1813 to the Union with the Lower Canada District in 1854, showing the 
period of being received on trial and date of ordination ; the circuits to which 
they were appointed, official positions held, date of superannuation, location, 
suspension, expulsion, removal or death. 

In the compilation of this list, containing the large number of ten hun- 
dred and forty-five names, we have in several instances experienced great 
difficulty, from the fact that in numerous cases changes had taken place in 
the appointments, after the publication of the Minutes of Conference, or 
during the Conference Year, of which no record had been made ; hence, in some 
cases, it has been found impossible to arrive at correct information. Then, 
again, changes have apparently taken place in the stations of brethren, 
when in reality the only change was in the name of the Circuit or Mission 
through the alteration of boundaries, division, or otherwise. 

If, therefore, any brother finds on examination that he is misrepresented, 
he will not attribute it to carelessness or indifference on the part of the com- 
piler, but to errors in the most authentic sources of information. 

We have aimed at giving the full amount of work done by each man, 
rather than the exact Conferential standing, on which a claim upon the 
Superannuation Fund is based. For instance, it will be noted that some 
brethren have travelled two or more years under a Chairman, and that others 



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61 



have been allowed to spend two or more years as students at college, thus 
lengthening the period of probation to six or seven years. The law, how- 
ever, is, that in computing a claim on the Superannuation Fund, only four 
years prior to being received into full connection with the Conference can be 
counted. 



A. 



ADAMS, ALVAH. 
1827 ) rMethodist 

to > . . . -I Episcopal 

32 ) I Conference. 

33 ord. . Augusta. 

34 Located. 

35 ... Located. 

36 Rideau. 

37 Ottawa. 

38 Ottawa. 

39 . . Mississippi. 

40 ... Mississippi. 

41 . . Mississippi. 

42 ... Elizabethtown. 

43 . . Elizabethtown. 

44 . . Whitby. 

45 .... Bowmanville. 

46 Bowmanville. 

47 . . Newboro' 

48 . . Newboro' 

49 ) 

to > sup'd. . Sherbrooke. 

66 ) 

67 Deposed from the Office of 

the Ministry. 



ADAMS, EZRA. 


1814 ) 
to } 


Meth.Epis.Conf. 


32 ) 




33 


Muncey. 


34 


Muncey. 


35 


Prescott and 




Augusta. 


36) 




to > sup'd. . 


Nelson. 


39) 




40 .. 


Toronto Circuit. 


41 


Guelph. 


42 .. 


Newmarket. 


43 


Newmarket. 


44 


Newmarket. 


45 .. 


Markham. 


46 


Markham. 


47 


Bradford. 


48 ... 


Stratford. 


49^1 




to > sup'd. . 


. Drayton. 


71 J 




Died December 31st, 1871, aged 


84 years. 





ADAMS, LUCIUS. 

1853 c. Mitchell. 

54 b. on t . Mitchell. 

Died August 29th, 1854, aged 
25 years. 



ADAMS, RICHARD N. 

1859 r. out. Milford. 

60 . . Stirling. 

61 Carlton Place. 

62 . . Smith's Falls. 

63 R.F. c.&o Plantagenet. 

64 Plantagenet. 

65 . . North Wakefield 

66 North Wakefield 

67 . . North Wakefield 

68 . . Long Isld. Locks 

69 . . Long Isld. Locks 

70 . . . . Long Isld. Locks 

71 .. .. Thurso. 

72 Thurso. 

73 Thurso. 

74 Montreal Conf. 



ADAMS, WILLIAM. 

1858 R. on t . Cobourg, S. V. C. 

59 ... Cobourg, S.V.C. 

60 ... Cobourg, S.V.C. 

61 ... Smith's Falls. 

62 ... Cobourg, S.V.C. 
63 Kemptville. 

64 e.f. c.&o Port Neuf. 

65 .. .. Port Neuf. 

66 Port Neuf. 

67 ... Port Neuf. 

68 sup't. . . Bury. 
69 Bury. 

70 . . Bury. 

71 ... Bury. 

72 . . . Mansonville. 

73 . . . Mansonville. 

74 . . Montreal Conf. 



ADDISON, PETER. 

1859e. cut.. Belmont. 

60 . . Durham. 

61 ... St. Vincent. 

62 s. v. c. Cobourg. 

63 s. v. c. . Cobourg. 

64 R.r. c.&o Bradford. 
65 Cookstown. 

66 . . . Cookstown. 

67 . . Cookstown. 

68 Homing's Mills. 

69 ... Homing's Mills. 

70 ... Homing's Mills. 

71 .... Lloydtown. 

72 Lloydtown. 

73 Lloydtown. 

74 .. .. Toronto Conf. 



AGAR, JOHN. 

1867 o. Cassville. 

68 r. on t . Beebe Plains. 

69 ... Point Abino. 

70 ... Angus. 

71 .... Located — ill 

health. 

Note. — He subsequently united 
with the New York Conference of 
the Methodist Episcopal Church 
and laboured successfully for a 
short time. He died at Kendall, 
N. Y., February 9th, 1878, aged 
35 years. 



ALDER, ROBERT. 

1816 ) 

to } E. B. A. Conf. 

24 ) 

25 Montreal. 

26 Montreal. 

27 Ret. to England. 

President- of the Canada Con- 
ference in 1847, by appointment 
of the English Conference. 



ALEXANDER, JOHN R. 

1864 r. on t . Stratford. 

65 s. v. c Cobourg. 

66 Rem. to U. S. 



ALEXANDER, SAMUEL. 



1862 R. 071 T. 

63 
64 



Florence. 
Howick. 
Located, — ill 

health. 



ALLEN, HENRY W. P. 

1863 R. out. Ainleyville. 

64 . . Mitchell. 

65 Kincardine. 
66 Elora. 

67 R.F^c&o. Teviotdale. 

68 Teviotdale. 

69 Teviodtale. 

70 Listowell. 

71 . . . . Rem. to U.S. and 
united with the Northern 
New York Conference. 



62 



MINISTERS AND PROBATIONERS. 



ALLEN, JAMES. 

1869 c Lucan and Ailsa 

Craig. 
70 E.miT. Exeter. 
71 Point Levis. 

72 . . . . Point Levis. 

73 e.f.c &o London — Pall 

Mall. 

74 . . . . Montreal Conf. 



ALLISON, CYRUS 
EICHMOND. 



Methodist 
Episcopal 
Conference. 
Agent Upper 

Canada Acad. 
Elizabethtown. 
Elizabethtown. 
Cobourg. 
Murray. 
Murray. 
Murray. 
Napanee. 
Augusta Dist. 
Bath. 
Bath. 
Bath. 
Sidney. 
Sidney. 
Waterloo. 
Waterloo. 
Waterloo. 



1826) 

to } ... 

32) 

33 OED 

34 

35 

36 sup'd. 

37 

38 

39 

40 . . 

41 ch'-m') 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
to 
54 
55 
to 
58 
59 
to 
63 
64 
to 
69 

Died July 1st, 1869, aged 74 
years. 

ALLUM, GAEL. 



sup'd Consecon. 



sup'd . Demorestville. 



sup'd . . Consecon. 



sup'd Picton. 



1863 c. 

64 e. 

65 .. 



Oil T. . 



67 
68 
69 
to 
73 
74 



Eganville G. M. 
Eganville G. M. 
Eganville G. M. 
Preston G. M. 
Hamilton G. M. 
Hamilton G. M. 
Hamilton G. M. 

Rankin G. M. 

Montreal Conf. 



AMES, WILLIAM. 



OED 



E. F. C, 



1842 c. 

43 e. 

44 . 

4.3 s. 

46 s. 

47 R. 



v. c 

V. c 
F. c k 



Grimsby. 

Dumfries. 

York. 

Cobourg. 

Cobourg. 

Alderville. 



1848 
49 .. 
50 
51 
52 

53 

54 .... 

55 .... 
56 

57 F. SEC. 

58 F. SEC. 

59 F. SEC. 

60 F. SEC. 

61 
62 

63 

64 

65 

66 .. 

67 

68 

69 

70 

71 

72 

73 

74 



Alderville. 
St. Catharines. 
Humber. 
London. 
Sandwich and 

Windsor. 
Wards ville. 
Wardsville. 
Wardsville. 
Wardsville. 
Chatham. 
Sarnia. 
Sarnia. 
Samia. 
Wilton and 

Odessa. 
Wilton and 

Odessa. 
St. Thomas. 
St. Thomas. 
Westminster. 
Westminster. 
Washington. 
Washington. 
Washington. 
Aylmer, W. 
Aylmer, W. 
Aylmer, W. 
Park Hill. 
London Conf. 



ANDERSON, JAMES. 



1858 e. on t 
59 
60 
61 



S. V. 



Stouffville. 
Prince Albert, 
c. . . Cobourg. 

Walsingham. 



62 e.f.c.&o Warsaw. 

63 ... Seymour. 

64 . . Seymour. 

65 ... Craighurst and 

Penetanguishene 

66 ... Durham. 

67 . . Durham. 

68 . . . . Durham. 

69 Thornbury. 

70 . . Thornbury. 

71 . . Thornbury. 

72 . . Meaford. 

73 . . . . Meaford. 

74 . . Toronto Conf. 



ANDREE WILLIAM. 



1867 c . . . 
68 e. on t 
69 



Waterloo, G. M. 
Heidelburg. 
Preston and St. 
Jacobs. 

70 ... Preston and St. 

Jacobs. 

7 1 e.f. c & O Preston and Paris 

72 . . Rem. to U. S. 



ANDREWS, ALFRED. 



1855 c 

56 R. OUT 

57 
58 



Mount Forest. 
Stouffville. 
Stouffville. 
Whitby. 



1862 
63 
64 
65 
66 
67 
68 
69 
70 
71 
72 
73 
74 



F. SEC 
F. SEC. 



Franklin. 
Franklin. 
Franklin i 
Norwich* 
Norwich. 
Norwich. 
Mount Pleasant. 
Mount Pleasant 
Mount Pleasant. 
St. George. 
St. George. 
St. George. 
London Conf. 



Delegate to the First General 
Conference, Toronto, 1874. 



ANDREWS, WILLIAM. 

1843 E. on t. . Kingston. 

44 . . Bytown. 

45 Woodstock. 

46 London and 

Blanchard. 

47 e.f.c.&o Bytown. 

48 Richmond. 

49 Richmond. 

50 Richmond. 

51 Brockville. 

52 Brockville. 

53 Compton, C. E. 

54 Georgetown. 

55 Brampton. 

56 Brampton. 

57 • . Brampton. 

58 Port Hope. 

59 Port Hope. 

60 Morrisburg. 

61 f. sec. . . Morrisburg. 

62 f. sec. . . Maitland. 

63 Augusta. 

64 ... Augusta. 

65 Lyn. 

66 Lyn. 

67 Moulinette. 

68 Moulinette. 

69 Aultsville. 

70 .... Omemee. 

71 ... Omemee. 

72 Alderville. 

73 Alderville. 

74 . . . . Toronto Conf. 



59 e.f.c&o Whitby. 

60 St. Andrews. 

61 ... St. Andrews. 



ANNIS, JEREMIAH W. 

1871 c. Stouffville. 

,., ( Merrickville. 

.2 E. »»T. | Whitby . 

73 Whitby. 

74 Toronto Conf. 



ARMSTRONG, ANDREW- 

1854 e. om:. L'Orignal. 

55 St. Andrews. 

56 . . Wesleyville. 

57 Wesleyville. 

58 e.f.c.&o Cavignal. 

59 . Cavignal. 

60 N. Wakefield. 

61 N. Wakefield. 

62 N. Wakefield. 



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18( J 3 \ [Long Island 



65 J 

66 

67 

68 

69 

70 

71 

72 

73 

74 



I Locks. 

"Winchester. 
Winchester. 
Winchester. 
South Mountain. 
South Mountain. 
South Mountain. 
Mount Albert. 
Mount Albert. 
Toronto Conf. 



ARMSTRONG, JAMES. 



1845 c. 



SUPD 



St. Andrews 

and L'Orignal. 
Matilda. 
Wilton. 
Bath. 
Bath. 
Perth. 
Strathroy. 
Strathroy. 
Elora. 
Elora. 
Cayuga. 
Cayuga. 
Welland. 
Welland. 
Richmond. 
North Gower. 
North Gower. 
Aylmer, C.E. 
Alymer, C.E. 
Kempt ville. 
Kemptville. 
Three Rivers. 
Three Rivers. 

Thorold. 

London Conf. 



ARMSTRONG, JOHN. 



1828^| 
to V 

32 J 

33 R.F.C. 

34 
35 



36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 



r Methodist 
. . -J Episcopal 

I Conference. 

&0 Ancaster. 

St. Catharines. 
Goderich and 

Saugeen. 
. . Peterboro'. 
Mississippi. 
Mississippi. 
Clarendon. 
Clarendon. 
St. Andrews. 
St. Andrews. 
Richmond. 
Richmond. 
Osgoode. 
Osgoode. 
. . Buckingham. 
. . Buckingham. 
. . Buckinghham. 
Gatineau. 
Gatineau. 
Peel. 



1853 
54 
55 
to 
62 
63 
to 
6,6 
67 
to 
73 
74 



Peel. 
Grey. 



sup'd Wallace. 

sup'y Wallace. 

sup'd . Listowell. 

London Conf. 



ARMSTRONG, JOHN (A). 



1848 c. . . . 

49 E. on T 

50 .. 

51 .. 

52 ORD 

53 R. F 

54 
55 
56 
57 
58 
59 
60 
61 
62 
63 
64 

65 .. . 

66 F. SEC 

67 F. SBC 

68 F. SEC 

69 

70 
71 
72 
73 

74 



F. SEC 



Eaton. 

Dunham. 

Dunham. 

Eaton. 

Eaton. 

Leeds. 

Leeds. 

Leeds. 

Leeds. 

Leeds. 

Shefford. 

Shefibrd. 

Shefford. 

Dunham. 

Dunham. 

Dunham. 

St. Armand. 

St. Armand. 

St. Armand. 

Shefford. 

Shefford. 

Shefford. 

Clarenceville. 

Clarenceville. 

Clarenceville. 

Montreal Sev'th. 

Montreal Conf. 



ARMSTRONG, JOHN (B). 

1861 c . . . Milford. 

62 E. on T . Elma. 

63 .. .. Wellesley. 

64 Berlin. 

65 ... Albion. 

66 Rem. to U. S. 



ARMSTRONG, JOHN B. 



1848 c. 
49 b,. on t. 
50 
51 

52 R.F.C.&O. 

53 .. 

54 

55 .. 

56 sup'd. 

57 ... 

58 

59 ... 

60 

61 

62 

63 .... 

64 



L'Orignal. 

St. Andrews. 

Cornwall. 

Matilda. 

Kemptville. 

Maitland. 

Pakenham. 

Matilda. 

Matilda. 

Morrisburg. 

Morrisburg. 

Morrisburg. 

Lyn. 

Lyn. 

Lyn. 

Richmond. 

Richmond. 



1865 
66 .. 
67 

68 

69 

70 

71 

72 sup'd... 

73 sup'd.. 

74 .... 



Richmond. 
Aylmer, C.E. 
Aylmer, C.E. 
Aylmer, C.E. 
Chambly. 
Chambly. 
Seneca. 
Matilda. 
Matilda. 
Toronto Conf. 



ARMSTRONG, NOBLE. 



1848 e.wit. 

49 ... . 

50 .... 

51 ... 



Richmond. 
L'Orignal. 
Grimsby. 
Located — ill 

health. 



ASH, JAMES. 

1856 c. . . Lindsay. 

57 E. on T . Bobcaygeon. 

58 Brewer's Mills. 

59 Wilton and 

Harrowsmith. 

60 e.f.c&o. Napanee. 

61 I sttp'd \ Na P anee - 

62 \ SUP D • / Wilton. 

Died June 6th, 1863, aged 29 
years. 



ASH, JOHN C. 



1855 c. 

56 e. 

57 s. 

58 .. 

59 e. 
60 
61 
62 
63 

64 . 
65 

66 . 

67 . 

68 .. 



69 

70 
71 

72 
73 

74 



. . Newcastle. 
oh T . Chatham, 
v. c . . Cobourg. 

. . . Toronto East. 
F.c.&O Kingston. 

Harrowsmith. 
Harrowsmith. 
Harrowsmith. 
Wilton and 

Odessa. 
Centreville. 
Centre ville. 
Centreville. 
Pakenham and 

Arnprior. 
Pakenham and 

Arnprior. 
Campbellford. 
Campbellford. 
Campbellford. 
Agent Victoria 

College. 
Toronto Conf. 



ASHQUABE, JAMES. 

1856 c Pic. 

57 E. 07i T. Pigeon River. 

58 . . Michipicoton. 

59 . . Michipicoton. 

60 . . Lac la Pluie. 
61 Michipicoton. 

62 . . Michipicoton. 

63 . . Dropped. 



64 



MINISTERS AND PROBATIONERS. 



ATKINSON, THOMAS. 



1852-1 

to V 

55 j 

56 ORD. 

57 R.F. 



r Methodist 

| Episcopal 

L Conference. 

. . . Rochester. 

c. . . Gosfield and 
Kochester. 

58 . . Gosfield and 

Rochester. 

59 . . Mt. Brydges. 

60 . . Mt. Brydges. 

61 Warwick. 

62 . . Warwick. 

63 . . . . Warwick. 

64 . . . . Euphemia. 

65 . . Wardsville and 

Euphemia. 

66 Kings ville. 

67 Kingsville. 

68 . . . . Kingsville. 

69 Penetanguishene. 

70 . . Carlton Place. 

71 . . Carlton Place. 

72 Carlton Place. 

73 . . . . Maitland. 

74 Montreal Conf. 



ATTWOOD, JOHN S. 



1827 
to 
32 
33 



1834 .... Canboro'. 

35 Oxford. 

36 . . . . Located. 

AUSTIN, NATHAN. 



f Methodist 
■\ Episcopal 
I Conference. 
No station — ill 
health. 



1869 
70 
71 
72 
73 
74 



r. on t . . 



Thornbury. 
Walter's Falls. 
Durham. 
Cobourg. 
Cobourg. 
Montreal Conf. 



AUSTIN, WILLIAM. 



1871 
72 
73 

74 



1869 
70 
71 



E.0)lT. 



Sombra. 
Mooretown. 
Alvinston. 
Montreal Conf. 



AWDE, JAMES. 



K.OIIT. 



72 

73 R.F.C.&O. 

74 



Oniemee. 
Millbrook. 
Drummondville. 
Hamilton 2nd. 
Montreal 5th. 
Montreal Conf. 



AXTLE, NATHAN. 

1845 c 

46 R. on t . . Chatham. 

47 . . . . Sarnia and St. 

Clair. 

48 Dropped. 



AYLESWORTH, ISAAC B., 
M.D. 



1843 c. 
44 R. on T 
45 

46 or. 

47 ^ R. F. c 

to J-sup'y. 

53J .. 

54 .. .. 

55 

56 

57 

58 

59 

60 

61 

62 



Hallowell. 
Hallowell. 
Demorestville. 
Demorestville. 

V Demorestville. 



F. SEC. 



CHMN. 

CHMN. 
CHMN. . . 

63 ^ 

64 ^AGT. V. 

65 J 
66 

67 

68 
69 
70 
71 
72 
73 
74 



CHMN. 
CHMN. 

sup'd. 
svp'd. 



Mitchell. 

Mitchell. 

Bradford. 

Bradford. 

Kleinburg. 

Kleinburg. 

Colborne. 

Colborne. 

Newcastle. 

f Cobourg. 
. -! Cobourg. 

I Cobourg. 
Bradford. 
Bradford. 
Bond Head. 
Owen Sound. 
Owen Sound. 
Collingwood. 
Stayner. 
Newcastle. 
Withdrew. 



Note. — He was elected as a 
lay delegate to the General Con- 
ference of 1878. 



B. 



BAILEY, JOHN. 

1830-1 rMethodist 

31 J- | Episcopal 

32 J I Conference. 

33 Goderich. 

34 Dropped. 

Note. — Mr. B. did not enter 
upon the circuit last named, but 
placed himself in opposition to 
the Union which had just been 
consummated. He was present 
at the Union Conference and ac- 
cepted work for the year. At the 
ensuing Conference his name was 
dropped in silence. — See Carroll's 
"Case and his Cotemporaries." 
He subsequently united with the 
New Methodist Episcopal organi- 
zation. About tlie year 1853 he 
obtained a superannuated rela- 
tion. He died March 15th, 1863, 
aged 81 years. 

BAKER, ISAAC. 



1857 R. out 

58 

59 s. v. c. . 
60 



Nottawasaga. 
Cookstown. 
Cobourg. 
Holland Landing 



1861 R.F.I 


\&o Nottawasaga. 


62 .. 


Nottawasaga. 


63 


Durham. 


64 


Durham. 


65 .. 


Durham. 


66 


. . Thornbury. 


07 


Thornbury. 


68 .. 


Thornbury. 


69 


Walter's Falls. 


70 


Walter's Falls. 


71 


Walter's Falls. 


72 


Keppel. 


73 .. 


Sarawak. 


74 .. 


Toronto Conf. 



BAKEWELL, WILLIAM H. 



Eng. Wes. Conf. 



18401 

to V 

54 J 

55 | \ Meth. Epis. 

56 | •• | Church, U. S. 

57 R. can. c Shefford, C. E. 

58 Stanstead. 

59 . . • • Stanstead. 

60 Brock. 

61 . . . Brock. 

62 Brock. 

63 ... Expelled. 



BARBER, ISAAC 

1849 c. . . . Grimsby. 

50 R. om. St. Catharines-. 

51 ... Glanford. 

52 . Bradford. 

53 r.f. c.&c Stratford. 

54 . . Huntingdon. 

55 Huntingdon. 

56 Guelph. 

57 Port Dover. 

58 Port Dover. 

59 Lynedoch. 

60 . . Lynedoch. 

61 Lynedoch. 

62 London Circuit. 

63 . . London Circuit* 

64 .... Strathroy. 

65 Strathroy. 

66 Rem. to IT. S. 



BARBER, OZIAS. 

1841 c. . . Buckingham. 

42 r. om. Matilda. 

43 Elizabeth town. 

44 Mississippi. 

45 r.f. c.&o Gananoque. 

46 Bowmanville. 

47 .... Caineville. 



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1848 
49 
50 
51 
52 
53 
54 
55 
56 
57 
58 
59 
60 
61 
62 
63 
64 
65 
66 
67 
68 
to 
71 
72 



SUP Y , 



Cainsville. 

Adelaide. 

Simcoe. 

Dumfries. 

Dumfries. 

Ingersoll. 

Ingersoll. 

Ingersoll. 

Aylmer, Ont. 

Aylmer, Ont. 

Norwich. 

No Station. 

Wesleyville. 

Wesleyville. 

Rawdon. 

Rawdon. 

Rawdon. 

Tamworth. 

Tamworth. 

Tamworth. 

Strathroy. 

Rem. to U. S. 



1862 c. 
63 R. 



on T. . 



BARKER, JAMES. 

1861 R. oni. Mitchell. 
62 Dropped. 

BARKER, WILLIAM R. 

Victoria Road. 
Lakefield and 

Warsaw. 
Bobcaygeon. 
Omemee. 
Cobourg. 
Bolsover. 
Fenelon Falls. 
Fenelon Falls. 
Fenelon Falls. 
Bobcaygeon. 
Keene. 
Keene. 
Toronto Conf. 



64 
65 
66 
67 
68 
69 
70 
71 
72 
73 
74 



S. V. c. . 
R.F.C.&O. 



BARRASS, EDWARD. 



1841 -) 




to [ 


Eng. Primitive 


52 J 


Meth. Conf. 


53^) 




to V ... 


Can. Primitive 


58 J 


Meth Conf. 


59 R. CAN. 


3. Frankford and 




Trenton. 


60 


. Frankford and 




Trenton. 


61 .. 


Frankford and 




Trenton. 


62 . 


Sherbrooke, Que. 


63 .. 


Sherbrooke, Que 


64 


Sherbrooke, Que 


65 


Gananoque. 


66 


Bath. 


67 ... 


. Bath. 


68 


. Bath and Am 




herst Isle. 


69 


. Albion. 


70 


Albion. 



1871 . . Albion. 

72 Aurora. 

73 ... Aurora. 

74 Toronto Conf. 



BARRY, JOHN. 



1825-) 

to [ .... 

29 J 

30 

31 

32 

33 

34 

35 

36 sup'd.. . . 
the Conference. 



Jamaica. 



Visiting Eng. 

Jamaica. 

York (Toronto). 

Montreal. 

Bermuda. 

Bermuda. 

By permission of 

he visited Eng- 
land, hoping that a change of 
climate would be beneficial. The 
vessel on which he journeyed was 
wrecked in the British Channel, 
and many of the crew were 
drowned. Mr. Barry lost his 
library and entire household ef- 
fects. As an invalid, he spent 
the winter of 1836 in Guernsey, 
one of the Channel Islands. In 
1837 he again went to Montreal, 
but under medical advice he 
avoided the cold of the Canadian 
winter by once more visiting his 
old friends in Jamaica. In 1838 
he returned to Montreal, where 
he died in June of that year. 



BARTLETT, HENRY. 

1860 c. . . . Dundas. 

61 R. on t Milton. 

62 Paris. 

63 ... Withdrew, and 
united with the Episcopalian 
Church. He is now (1880) in 
charge of a congregation in the 
small village of Rond-Eau, Ont. 



BARTON, KING. 

C. . Irish Conference. 

R. on T . . Roscrea. 

Oldcastle. 
. . . Pettigo. 
r.f.c.&o Sligo. 

Sligo. 

Boyle. 

Boyle. 

Castleblaney. 
.... Castleblaney. 

Castleblaney. 

sup't... Castleblaney. 
sup'd... Toronto, C.W. 
sup'd St. Clair, C.W 



1806 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
to 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 

Died August 30th, 
60 years. 



BATE, 
1854-1 

55 y .. 

56 J 

57 R- CAN. C 

58 

59 ... 

60 ... 



JOHN. 



Meth. Epis. 
Church/'U.S. 

Odelltown. 

Melbourne. 

Melbourne. 

Removed to Eng- 
land, and united with the British 
Wseleyan Conference. In 1879 
he was in charge of the Ashby- 
de-la-Zouch Circuit, on the Not- 
tingham and Derby District. 

BAWTINHIMER, HENRY. 



1855 
56 
57 
58 
59 
60 
61 
62 



c. 

R. on t . 



F.R. C. &0 



SUP D. . 

63^) 

to [ sup'd. 

67 J 

68 

69 -) 

to V sup'd. 

73j 

74 



Wellesley. 

Kincardine. 

Bayfield 

Stratford. 

Morris. 

Morris. 

Teeswater. 

Teeswater. 

Clinton. 

Oil Springs and 
Petrolia. 

Paris. 

Toronto Conf. 



BAWTINHIMER, PETER 
MATTHIAS. 

1859 R o»!T. Welland. 

60 ... Dunnville 

61 ... Dunnville. 

62 . . Chatham. 

63 r.f.c.&o Sandwich and 

Windsor. 

64 Windsor. 

65 ... Rond-Eau. 

66 ... Rond-Eau. 

67 ... Vienna. 

68 ... Vienna. 

69 ... Lynedoch. 

70 Lynedoch. 

71 . . East Zorra. 

72 . East Zorra. 

73 sup'y.. Woodstock. 

74 London Conf. 



BAXTEE, JOHN. 

1831 C Westminster. 

32 r. on T . . Hallowell. 

33 ... St. Catharines. 

34 ... Canboro'. 

35 r.f.c. &o Gosficld 



1834, aged 



36 
37 

38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 



Waterloo. 
Waterloo and 

Gananoque. 
Thames. 
Thames. 
Albion. 
Albion. 
Whitby. 
Markham. 
Markham. 



66 



MINISTERS AND PROBATIONERS. 



18-45 

46 

47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 
53 
54 
55 
to 
60 
61 
to 
72 
73 
74 



SUP D. 

sup'd. 
sup'd. 



Newmarket and 
Snake Island. 

Newmarket and 
Snake Island. 

Humber. 

Humber. 

Seneca. 

Nanticoke. 

Nanticoke. 

Nanticoke. 

Crowlarid. 

Crowland. 



sup'd . . Welland. 



sup'd Point Abino. 

sup'd. Ridgeway. 

London Conf. 



BAXTER, MICHAEL. 



c. 

E. Oil T . 



1842 
43 

44 ... 

45 ... . 

46 K.FC.&O. 

47 

48 

49 

50 

51 

52 

53 

54 

55 

56 

57 

58 

59 

60 

61 ... 

62 

63 .... 

64, sup 

65 sup 

66 sup'd. 
67^ 

to i- sup'd 
73 J 
74 



SUP 



D. 



Augusta. 
Cornwall. 
Bytown. 
St. Andrews. 
DSt. Andrews. 
Elizabethtown. 
Sherbrooke. 
Sherbrooke. 
Lanark. 
Newboro'. 
Newboro' 
Madoc. 
Madoc. 
Hungerford. 
Hungerford. 
Hungerford. 
Demorestville. 
Gatineau. 
Picton. 

Demorestville. 
Demorestville. 
Demorestville. 
Hungerford. 
Picton. 
Demorestville. 

Font Hill. 

London Conf. 



BEATTY, JOHN. 

1826 ) ( Methodist 

to > < Episcopal 

32 ) ( Conference. 

33 ord. . . . London. 

34 .. TwmtoTp. 

35 . . Yongc Street. 

36 Agent U. C. A. 

37 Agent U. C. A. 

38 Steward U. C. A. 

39 Gov. and Steward 

U. «'. Acad. 

40 Gov. and Steward 

U. C. Acad. 

41 Agent U. C. A 



1842-) ' 
to [-sup'd 
64 J 



Cobourg. 



Died June 30th, 1864, aged 82 
years. 

BECKWITH, JAMES. 



English Conf. 

Three Rivers. 
Three Rivers. 



sup t . . 



1814 
to 
28 
29 
30 
31 
to 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 ) 

Died July 25th, 1852, aged 58 
years. 

BEESON, HENRY. 



Dundee. 

Dundee. 

Bramley. 

Bramley. 

Leicester. 

Leicester. 

Walsall. 

Walsall. 

Lacolle, Que. 



1858 r. on t. 

59 

60 .. 

61 

62 

63 

64 r.f.c.&o. Chaudiere. 



Chatham. 
Chatham. 
Hamilton. 

Visiting Eng. 

Grimsby. 



65 



Chaudiere. 



66 jup'd. ... Ottawa. 

Died May 11th, 1867, aged 37 
years. 



BEGG, MARTIN. 

1859 e. out.. Artemesia. 

60 Brock. 

61 Dropped. 



BELL, JOHN WESLEY. 



1870 

71 

■> 



73 u. v. 

74 



Milford. 
Ameliasburg. 
Trenton. 
Cobourg. 
Toronto Conf. 



1870 
71 

72 
73 

74 



1858 



Newburgh. 
Lowville. 
Lowville. 
Lowville. 
London Conf. 



BELL, THOMAS. 



c. . . . 
59 e. on 
60 
61 
62 e. 



F. C. 



63 OED. 

64 



65 
66 
67 
68 
69 
70 
71 
72 
73 
74 



Smith's Falls. 

Merrickville. 

Cookstown. 

Cookstown. 

Barrie. 

Newmarket and 

Aurora. 
Newmarket and 

Aurora. 
New Ireland. 
New Ireland. 
Melbourne. 
Bolton. 
Bolton. 
Bolton. 
Frelighsburg. 
Frelighsburg. 
Frelighsburg. 
Montreal Conf. 



BELTON, SAMUEL. 



1817^| 
to V .. 
32 J 
33 

34 ... 

35 ... 

36 sup'd. 
37 

38 

39 . 

40 

41 

42 

43 

44 

45 . 

46 

47 1 - 
to y sup d 

61 J 
Died Oct. 

years. 



f Methodist 
J. Episcopal 
I Conference. 

. . Lake Simcoe. 
Lake Simcoe and 
Coldwater. 
. . Dumfries. 
Hamilton. 
Grimsby. 
. . Grimsby. 
. . St. Catharines. 
St. Catharines. 
Reesorville. 
Reesorville. 
Whitby. 
Lake Simcoe. 
Credit. 
Credit. 

Hamilton. 
6th, 1861, aged 71 





BELL, 


ROBERT. 


1864 


e. on T . 


Harrington 


65 


e. on T . 


L'Orignal. 


66 




March. 


67 




March. 


68 


E.F.C. &0 


March. 


69 




Newburgh. 



BENSON, MANLY. 

1863 R.onT. Romney. 

64 Chatham. 

65 Sandwich and 

Windsor. 

66 ... Sarnia. 

67 e. f.c.&o Ridgetown. 

68 Ridgetown. 

69 Newbury. 

70 Newbury. 

71 ... Cooksville. 

72 Hamilton. 

73 Hamilton. 

74 London Conf. 



WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



67 



BERNEY, DANIEL. 

1834 c. ... Mississippi. 

35 R. on t. . Clarendon. 

36 ord Richmond. 

37 - - . . Richmond. 

38 Elizabethtown 

and Gananoque. 

39 R. f. c. Elizabethtown 

and Gananoque. 

40 . . Augusta. 

41 . . Augusta. 

42 Matilda. 

43 Matilda. 

44 .... Crosby. 

45 No Station. 

46^| 

to J- Located. 

53J 

54 ) ( Agent American 

55 \ ••• { Tract Society. 

56 ) ( Niagara Conf. 

57 i \ M. E. C. 

58 ) Stoney Creek, 

59 \ \ Mich., M.E.C. 

60 Methodist Prot. 

Church, U.S. 
R1 ■, ( Port Sanilac, 

01 I \ Mich., Pastor 

en \ l First Congrega- 

8U ' ( tipnal Church. 



BERRY, FRANCIS. 

1852 R.r.c. &o Dumfries. 

53 ... St. George. 

54 . . Aylmer, C. "W. 

55 . . . . Aylmer, C. W. 

56 . . . . Sarnia. 

57 . . Sarnia. 

58 .... St. Thomas. 

59 F. SEC. St. Thomas. 

60 Napanee. 

61 . . Napanee. 

62 . . Napanee. 

63 f. sec. . . Whitby and 

Oshawa. 

64 Muncey. 

65 F. sec. . Muncey. 

66 f. sec. Muncey. 

67 Smithville. 

68 . . Smithville. 

69 chmn. Collingwood. 

70 chmn. Collingwood. 

71 chmn. Collingwood. 

72 chmn. Sarnia. 

73 chmn. Sarnia. 

74 . . . . London Conf. 
Delegate to First General Con- 
ference, Toronto, 1874. 



BERRY, HENRY. 



1871 R. on t. 

72 .. . 

73 .. . 

74 .. .. 



Listowell. 
Washington. 
Drayton. 
London Conf. 



BERRY, JAMES. 

1855 r. on t. . Goderich. 
56 ord . ._ . Bayfield. 



BETTS, JONATHAN 
, EDMONDSON. 

1855 c Hamilton. 

56 r. on t. Quebec. 

57 ord. Kingston. 
58 Dundas. 

59 R. f. c Glanford. 

60 Glanford. 

61 Glanford. 

62 Smithville. 

63 Smithville. 
64 Milton. 

65 . . Milton. 

66 . . . . Milton. 

67 Mount Pleasant. 

68 Tilsonburg. 

69 ... Tilsonburg. 

70 . . Tilsonburg. 

71 f. sec. Picton. 

72 Markham. 

73 . . Markham. 

74 . . ' Toronto Conf. 
Delegate to the First General 

Conference held in Toronto, 1874. 

BETTSCHAN, DAVID. 



BEYNON, GEORGE. 



1873 R. o»t. 
74 .. . 



Garafraxa. 
London Conf. 



57 



Located. 



BETTYS, DARIUS. 



1846 r. on T. 
47 .. 



. Markham. 
Located. 



BEVITT, THOMAS. 



27) 




' Methodist 


to 


■■ i 


Episcopal 


32 




Conference 


33 


E.F.C &0 


Cobourg. 


34 




Cobourg. 


35 




St. Catharines. 


36 




St. Catharines. 


37 




Stamford. 


38 




Brantford. 


39 




Brantford. 


40 




Brantford. 


41 




Yonge Street. 


42 
43 


CHMN. ( 


Bytown, Sec'y 


> byt'n < 


of Conf. 


DIST. ( 


Bytown. 


44 




Matilda. 


45 




Matilda, Sec'y. 
of Conf 


46 




President of 
the Conf 


47 


CHMN. 


Kingston Dist. 


48^i 


*. w 


' Prescott. 


49 


3Sg 


Merrickville. 


50 


s z 2 


Merrickville. 


51 


Kemptville. 


52 


S § S 


Kemptville. 


53 J 


° « 


1 Kemptville. 


54 


CHMN. 


Thorold. 


55 


> ham'n < 

DIST. 


Thorold. 



56 
to 
64 



sup'd . St. Catharines. 



1840 r. onr 

41 
42 
43 

44 R.F.C &0 

45 . . 
46 

47 
48 
49 
50 

51 sup'y. 

52 .. 
53 

54 

55 .. 
56 

57 F. SEC 



< w H 

S g 2 

3 a H 



58 

59 

60 

61 

62 

63 

64 

65 

to 

72 

73 sup'd. 

74 



Elizabethtown 
and Gananoque. 
Hull. 
L'Orignal. 
L'Orignal. 
Mississippi. 
Mississippi. 
Sheffield. 
Wilton. 
Wilton. 
Wilton. 
Kemptville. 
Newmarket. 
Bath. 
Bath. 
Bath. 

Farmersville. 
Farmersville. 
Farmersville. 
Newboro'. 
Newboro' 
Newboro'. 
Carlton Place. 
Carlton Place. 
^Carlton Place. 
Oakville. 



sup'd Weston. 



Yorkville. 
Toronto Conf. 



BIELBY, WILLIAM M. 



1868 
69 
70 
71 
72 
73 
74 



Prim. Meth. 

Conference. 
Artemesia. 
Walter's Falls. 



c 

r. on T. 
r.f.c. &o Amable. 
Wiarton. 



London Conf. 



Died February 5th, 1865, aged 
69 years. 



BIGGAR, HAMILTON. 

1827) rMethodist 

to > 1 Episcopal 

32 ) l Conference. 

33 ord Long Point. 

34 .... Long Point. 

35 .... Cobourg. 

36 Yonge Street. 

37 Yonge Street. 

38 Nelson. 

39 Nelson. 

40 ... Stamford. 

41 .... Stamford. 

42 Grand River. 

43 .... Grand River. 

44 .... Grand River. 

45 Grand River. 

.„ . f Sec. of Con. '1846. 

.»[.... -{ Steward and 

4/ ' I Treas. Vic. Col. 

48 Grimsby. 

49 .... Grimsby. 

50 Dumfries. 

51 Dumfries. 

52-) 

to }■ sup'd . Brantford. 

73 J 

74 London Conf. 



68 



MINISTERS AND PROBATIONERS. 



BINNING, WILLIAM. 


1855 


Stirling. 




BLAKER, GEORGE. 


1817 R 

18 


o?i t . Melbourne. 


56 ) 

to > sup'd . Sidney. 

66 ) 


1854 
55 


r. om 


Lake Superior. 
. Lake Superior. 









Died 


April 28th, 1867, aged 


56 

57 


OR 


Michipicoton. 
Pic. 


BISHOP, GEORGE JOHN. 


76 years. 





58 
59 




Pic. 
Pic. 


1871 o. 




Rosemont. 


BLACKSTOCK. MOSES. 


60 




Michipicoton. 


72 e. 


on t . Lloydtown. 






61 




Located. 


73 . 




Lloydtown. 


1835 ) 










74 . 




Toronto Conf. 


to \ 


New Con. Conf. 














39 ) 




BLAND, HENRY FLESHER 


BISHOP, JAMES HENRY. 

1851 R. on. t. Institution, Eng. 
52 Institution. Ene. 


40 R. 
41 

42 ... 
43"! 


f. c. Peterboro', 

Missionary to 

back T'ps. 
. .. Scugog. 


1858 
59 
60 
61 


c 
c . . . 

R. on T . 


St. Andrews. 
St. Andrews. 
Hemmingford. 
Hemmingford. 


53 OKD 


Montreal East. 


to > SUp'v Peterboro' 


62 


R.F.C.& 


o Hemmingford. 


54 




Montreal East. 


46 




63 


F. SEC 


Montreal East. 


55 R. 


F. 


c. St. Andrews. 


47 1 

to y si 




64 




Montreal East. 


56 . 




.,. Toronto West. 


p'y . . Cavan. 


65 




Montreal East. 


57 .. 




Toronto West. 


50 J 




66 




Dundas. 


58 .. 




Toronto West. 


51^1 




67 


F. SEC 


Dundas. 


59 F. 

60 F. 


sec. Picton. 
sec. . . Picton. 


to y sup'y Millbrook. 
55 J 


68 
69 


F. SEC 
F. SEO 


Dundas. 
Kingston. 


61 F. 


sec. . . Picton. 


56 


North West In- 


70 

7r 

72 


F. SEC 


Kingston. 
C Belleville. 
\ Belleville. 


62 F. 

63 F. 


sec. Cobourg. 
sec. . Cobourg. 




diana Conf. U.S 


VCHMN. 


64 F. 


sec. . . Coboure. 


Died near Paxton, 111., August 


73 


J 


1 Belleville. 


65 .. 






31st, 1873, aged 80 years. 


74 




Montreal Conf. 


66 .. 




. . London. 




— — 


Delegate to First General Con- 


67 F. 

68 F. 


sec. . . London. 

sec. . Toronto North. 


BLACKSTOCK, WM. S. 


ference, Toronto, 1874. 


69 F. 


sec. . . Toronto North. 




( Mono and Notta- 








Died 


Dec. 25th, 1869, aged 


1846 R. < 


>» T. < wasaga, 3 mo. 


BLANSHARD, SHEM. 


43 years. 






( Barrie, 9 mo. 


1858 


C. 


Nanticoke. 









47 .. 


. . Humber. 


59 


R. on T 


Dunnville. 


BISSELL, GEORGE. 


48 
49 ... 


. . . Bradford. 
Oshawa. 


60 
61 




Grimsby. 
Smith ville. 


1824 ) 




r Methodist 


50 R.B 


.c. &o Brampton. 


62 


R.F.C.& 


o Caistorville. 


to > 




< Episcopal 


51 ... 


. . Brampton. 


63 


.... 


Harrowsmith. 


32 ) 




I Conference. 


52 ... 


. . Brampton. 


64 




Mono. 


33 . 






53 ... 


Yonge Street. 


65 




. Mono. 


34 




Located. 


54 .. 


Newcastle. 


66 




Mono. 








55 


Newcastle. 


67 




. Point Abino. 









56 .. 


Brighton. 


68 




. Point Abino. 




BLACK, JOHN. 


57 .. 
58 


Brighton. 
. . Hamilton. 


69 
70 




East Zorra. 
East Zorra. 


1824 ) 




r Methodist 
. . -{ Episcopal 


59 ... 


.... Three Rivers. 


71 




Oxford Centre. 


to \ 




60 .. 


. . Three Rivers. 


72 




Oxford Centre. 


32 ) 




L Conference. 


61 ... 


. . L'Orignal. 


73 




Oxford Centre. 


33 . 




. . . . Ottawa. 


62 .. 


L'Orignal. 


74 




Toronto Conf. 








34 . 




. . Cavan. 


63 


L'Orignal. 








35 




. . Peterboro' 


64 


. . Drummondville. 








36 . 




Bay Quinte. 


65 




BLOOMFIELD, ARTHUR G. 


37 . 


. . 


Bay Quinte. 


66 ... 


Drummondville. 








38 . 




. . . . Hallowell. 


67 ... 

68 


. . Milton. 
. . . Milton. 


1868 
69 


c. 

R. on T. 


Brock. 


39 




Hallowell. 


Millbrook. 


40 . 




Murray. 


69 


Milton. 


70 




Rem. to U.S. 


41 . 




Murray. 


70 ... 










42 
43 .. 




. . . . Murray. 


71 . 

72 

73 


. ... Goderich. 
Goderich. 
Clinton. 


1856 


BOND, 
c 


STEPHEN. 


44 .. 




Colborne. 


St. Mary's. 


45 .. 




Bath. 


74 . 


. . Montreal Conf. 


57 


R. on T . 


Mitchell. 


46 

47 .. 




.. Bath. 

Sidney. 
Sidney. 


Delega 
ference, r 


te to First General Con- 
roronto, 1874. 


58 
59 
60 


R.F.C&C 


Goderich. 

Stratford. 


48 




> Woodstock. 


49 




Sidney. 






61 





Georgetown. 


50 




Napanee. 


BLADI 


S, JOHN THOMAS. 


62 




Gait. 


51 




Napanee. 






63 


.... 


Gait. 


52 




Brighton. 


1872 r. c 


n t. . Woodville. 


64 




Erin. 


53 




Brighton. 


73 . 


Windsor Mills. 


65 




Manningville. 


54 






74 ... 




66 




Manningville. 



WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



69 



1867 


Manningville. 


1857 Toronto East. 


1851) 
to {- 




Phila. and Lou- 


68 


, . Mount Forest. 


58 sec. conf. Toronto East. 




. isiana Confs, M. 


69 .. 


Mount Forest. 


59 . . Toronto East. 


61 J 




E.C., U. S. 


70 


Mount Forest. 


60 ~> f Stanstead. 


62-| 






71 


Wellington. 


61 J-chmn \ Stanstead. 


63 [ 

64 J 




Irish Wes. Conf. 


72 


Canton. 


62 J LStanstead. 






73 


. Kemptville. 


63^i ("Brantford. 
64 \ chjin . -j Brantford. 


65 c 




Leslieville and 


74 


Montreal Conf. 






Davenport. 






65 J L Brantford. 


66 c 




. Peel. 


^. 





66 F. sec. Montreal East. 


67^ 










67 chmn. Montreal East. 


68 V 




City Mis'y, 


BOOTH, JAMES. 


68 chmn. Montreal East. 


69 J 




Toronto. 


1816 R. on T 
OED . . 

17 .. 

18 .... 

19 R. F. C 

20 .. 

21 


[ Montreal. 


69 chmn. Sherbrooke. 

70 . . St. John's. 


70-i ] 
to } 


a. f. c. 


( Sup'y, Toronto 
( City Mis'y. 


. . Montreal. 
Bay Quinte. 
Kingston. 
Kingston. 
, Quebec. 


71 ... . St. John's. 

72 .. St. John's. Co- 

Delegate. 

73 . . St. John's. 

74 Montreal Conf. 


73 J 

74 . 
75) 
76 | 




Rem. to U. S. 
Arkansas Conf. 




Returned to Canada and located 


22 


. St. Armand. 


Delegate to the Canada Wes- 


in Toronto. 




23 


St. Armand. 


leyan Conference from the Can- 








24 .. 


Quebee. 


ada Eastern District, with the 








25 


. Quebec. 


view of obtaining a union of the 








26 .... 


. Quebec. 


District with that Conference, 


BRADON, JOHN. 


27 


Kingston. 


1853. Delegate to First General 








28 .. 


Kingston. 


Conference, Toronto, 1874. 


1854 e. 


on t. 


Carlton Place. 


29 .. 


Stanstead. 




55 .. 




Richmond. 


30 .. 


Stanstead. 


— — - 


56 




Dropped. 


31 .... 


Shefford. 


BOTTERELL, EDMUND. 








32 


. Shefford. 











33 .. 


. Odelltown. 


1834 r.oht. Ryde, Isle of 








34 


. Odelltown. 


Wight. 


BREDIN. JOHN. 


35 .. 


. Odelltown. 


35 or. d. ... Quebec. 








36 


St. Armand. 


36 . . . . Quebec. 


1842 c. 




London. 


87 .. 


Three Rivers. 


37 . . Montreal. 


43 R. 


on T. 


Goderich. 


38-) 




38 e. f. c. Hatley. 


44 




Woodstock and 


to J-sup'y 


. Kingston. 


39 . . . . Hatley. 






Stratford. 


44 j 




40 . . Compton. 


45 




Toronto West. 


45 


. Guelph. 


41 Melbourne. 


46 




Peterboro' and 


46 


. Peterborough. 


42 . . . . Melbourne. 






Rice Lake. 


47 .. 


Simcoe. 


43 . . . . Dunham. 


47 R.F.C.&O 


. Guelph. 


48 


. Simcoe. 


44 Dunham. 


48 




Guelph. 


49^| 




45 Kingston. 


49 




Cobourg. 


to J-stjp'y 


Kingston. 


46 ... Kingston. 


50 




Cobourg. 


53 J 




47 . . . . London. 


51 




St. Thomas. 






48 . . Eastern British 


52 
53 




Hamilton. 


Died Jan. 


22, 1854, aged 73 


Am. Conf. 




Hamilton. 


years. 







54 




Toronto East. 








55 




Toronto East. 


BORLAND. JOHN. 


BOTTOMS, WM. EDWIN. 


66 




Cobourg. 






1867 c. . . Florence. 


57 f. 


SEC. 


Cobourg. 


1835 r. <wtT. 


. St. Armand. 


68 E. on T . . Kincardine. 


58 f. 


SEC. 


Cobourg. 


36 or 


New Ireland. 


69 . . Romney. 

70 . . Located. 


59 




Woodstock. 


37 .... 


New Ireland. 


60 f. 


SEC. 


Woodstock. 


38 


New Ireland. 




61 




Brockville. 


39 E. F. 


Melbourne. 




62 




Brockville. 


40 


Melbourne. 


BOWERMAN, ALLAN, M.A. 


63 




Brockville. 


41 


Montreal. 




64 .. 




Baltimore and 


42 


. Montreal. 


1871 c. 






Grafton. 


43 


Quebec. 


72 e. on t. . Headingly and 


65 




Baltimore and 


44 .. 


Quebec. 


Boyne River. 






Grafton. 


45 .. 


Melbourne. 


73 Headingly and 


66 




Yonge St. North. 
Yonge St. North. 
Yonge St. North. 


46 


Melbourne. 


Boyne River. 


67 . . 




47 


Melbourne. 


74 . . . . Toronto Conf. 


68 




48 .. 


Stanstead. 


A graduate of Victoria Univer- 


69 . . 




Yonge St. South. 


49 .. 


Stanstead. 


sity— B A. in 1871 and Silver 


70 




Yonge St. South. 


50 .. 


. Stanstead. 


Medallist ; M.A, in Course 1874. 


71 




Yonge St. South. 


51 


Dunham. 




72 




Bowman ville. 


52 


Quebec. 




73 




Bowman ville. 


53 


Quebec. 


BOYD, JOHN H. 


74 . 




, Toronto Conf. 


54 .. 


. . Toronto West. 


1839) 








55 .. 


. . Toronto West. 


to V Irish Wes. Conf. 


Delegate to the First General 


56 


. . Toronto "West. 


50 ) 


Conference, Toronto, 1874. 



70 



MINISTERS AND PROBATIONERS. 



BRETHOUR, DAVID L. 


1870 . . Pittsburg. 


1871 f. sec. Cobourg. 


1860 K. o?i T. Mooretown. 

61 . . Chatham. 

62 .. Yonge St. South. 

63 . . Napanee. 


71 . . Pittsburg. 
72 Pittsburg. 

73 . . Cataraqui. 

74 . . . . Montreal Conf. 


72 F. sec. Cobourg. 

73 f. sec. Cobourg. 

74 Toronto Conf. 

Delegate to First General Con- 


64 b.f.c.&o Napanee. 




ference, Toronto, 


1874. 


65 . . Consecon. 


BRIDGMAN, GEO. H., D.D. 






66 Templeton and 








Chaudiere. 


1864 c. . . Paris. 


BRISTOL, COLMAN, M.A. 


67 . ■ Scarboro'. 


65 E. on T . Dundas. 






68 Bloomfield. 


c« 5 Milton 


1859 ) e. on t. 


i Cobourg. 
j Cobourg. 


69 Belleville. 


00 • ■ \ Toronto East. 


60 \ u. v. c. 


70 . . Belleville. 


67 Toronto East. 


61 tutor Vic. Col. 


71 .. Belleville. 


68 e.f.c. &o Hamilton West. 


62 Mitchell. 


72 . . Cooksville. 


69 . . . . St. Catharines. 


63 e.f.c. &o Blythe. 


73 f. sec. . . Windsor. 


70 St. Catharines. 


64 . . Blythe. 


74 London Conf. 


71 Brantford. 


65 . . . . Hanover. 




72 Toronto Third. 


66 Hanover. 





73 Withdrew. 


67 . . . . Hanover. 


BREWSTER, ROBERT. 


A graduate of Victoria Univer- 
sity, B.A., 1864; M.A., 1867. 
He obtained the hon. degree of 
Doctor in Divinity from Syracuse 
University, June, 1879. He is 
(1879) a member of the Genesee 
Conference of the Methodist Epis- 
copal Church, and is President of 


68 Ainleyville. 


1851 E. out. Bath. 

52 . . Napanee. 

53 Winchester. 

54 OE. D. Winchester. 

55 e. f. c. Merrickville. 

56 . . Merrickville. 

57 . . Merrickville. 


69 . . . . Ainleyville. 

70 .... Ainleyville. 

71 ... Dungannon. 

72 Dungannon. 

73 ... Fullarton and 

Hibbert. 

74 London Conf. 


58 . . Matilda. 


Lima Academy. 


A graduate of Victoria Univer- 


59 . . . . Matilda. 


— — 


sity ; B.A., 1861 


; M.A., 1872. 


60 Matilda. 


BRIGGS, JOEL. 






61 Smith's Falls. 








62 Smith's Falls. 

63 . . . . Smith's Falls. 


1850 c. . . Chatham, 
51 e. on t. . Goderich. 


BROCK, 


JAMES. 


64 Clinton. 


52 Grimsby. 


1830 ) f 


Methodist 


65 . . Clinton. 


53 . . Dundas. 


31 . . . \ 


Episcopal 


66 Clinton. 


54 e.f.c. &o Cookstown. 


32 ) I 


Conference. 


67 Elora. 


55 Collingwood. 


33 E.F.C. &0 


Mississippi and 


68 ... Fergus. 


56 Owen Sound. 




Bonchire. 


69 . . Fergus. 


57 . . Milford. 


34 


Perth. 


70 . . . . Rem. to U. S. 


58 . . . . Milford. 


35 .... 


Perth. 


1879 a member of Central New 
York Conference, and stationed 
at Lodi, New York. 


59 Milford. 

60 . . Consecon. 

61 . . Consecon. 

62 Consecon. 


36 ... 
37 
38 .. 


By town. 
Bytown. 
Elizabethtown 
and Gananoque. 





63 Hullsville. 


39 ... 


Cobourg. 




64 . . Hullsville. 


40 ... 


Cobourg. 


BRICK, JOHN G. 


65 Hullsville, 


41 


Quebec. 


1872 E. F. c. From Free Will 


66 . . Welland. 

67 .. .. Welland. 


42 

43 


Quebec. 
Stanstead. 


Baptists. ' 
New Ireland. 

73 . . . . Inverness. 

74 Montreal Conf. 


68 Welland. 

69 .... Georgetown. 

70 . . Georgetown. 

71 . . . . Georgetown. 


44 
45 
46 

47 ... 


Stanstead. 
Stanstead. 
St. Johns. 
St. Johns. 





72 Elora. 


48 


St. Johns. 


. BRIDEN, WILLIAM. 


73 . . Elora. 

74 . . Toronto Conf. 


49 

50 


Huntingdon. 
Huntingdon. 


1854 c. . . Sheffield. 





51 


Huntingdon. 


55 E. T. & O. Metcalfe. 

56 Metcalfe. 


BRIGGS, WILLIAM. 


52 


Odelltown and 
Hemmingford 


57 • • • . Omemee. 


1859 E. out., Durham, C.E. 


53 .. 


Odelltown and 


58 E. F. c. Keene. 


60 . . Toronto East. 




Hemmingford 


59 . . Keene. 


61 Yonge St. South. 


54 


Odelltown and 


60 ... Keene. 


62 Toronto West. 




Hemmingford 


61 . . Norwood. 


63 r.f.c. &o Toronto West. 


55 ) ( 


Ottawa. 


62 Norwood. 


64 . . Hamilton. 


56 > C'HMN ■ 


Ottawa. 


63 . . Norwood. 


65 .... Montreal Centre. 


57) 


Ottawa. 


64 . . Wilton. 


66 . . Montreal Centre. 


58 i 


Brockville. 


6"> . . Wilton. 


67 . . Montreal West. 


59 > C1I.MN 


Brockville. 


66 ... Wilton. 


68 London. 


60 ) 


Brockville. 


67 Selby. 


69 . . London. 


61) 


Guclph. 


68 . . Selby. 


70 London — 


62 > CHMN 


Clui'lph. 


69 Selby. 


1 Dundas Street 


63 ) 


Guelph. 



WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



71 



1864 
65 
66 
67 



69 

70 

71 CHMN 

72 
73 
74 



CHMN 



Peterborough. 

Peterborough. 

Prescott. 

Prescott. 

Prescott. 

St. Catharines. 

St. Catharines. 

St. Catharine8. 

Lindsay. | 

Lindsay. s - 

Toronto Conf. 



Delegate to the Canada Wes- 
leyan Conference, with the view 
of obtaining a Union of the Cana- 
da East District with that Con- 
ference, 1853. Delegate to First 
General Conference, Toronto, 
1874. 

BROCK, THOMAS. 

1858 R. on T. . Mount Brydges. 

59 . . Romney. 

60 New Ireland. 

61 s. v. c. Cobourg. 



62 r.f.c. &o 

63 

64 

65 



67 
68 
69 

70 

71 
72 
73 



Newcastle. 

Newburg. 

Clinton. 

Gait. 

Georgetown. 

Milton. 

Kingston. 

Parkenham and 

Arnprior. 
Pakenham and 

Arnprior. 
Perth. 
Perth. 
Perth. 



74 London Conf. 



BROLEY, JAMES. 



1857 c. 
58 r 
59 
60 

61 R 
62 

63 . 

64 . 
65 

66 

67 
68 

69 F. 

70 . 

71 . 
72 
73 
74 



.. Erin. 
on T . . Bowmanville. 

Stouffville. 
.... Prince Albert. 
f. c. & o Orangeville. 
Orangeville. 

Rond Eau. 

. ... Rond Eau. 

Sandwich and 

Windsor. 
.... Sandwich and 

Windsor. 
.... Warwick. 
Warwick. 
sec: Warwick. 

Beamsville. 

Cainsville. 
Cainsville. 
Dungannon. 
London Conf. 



BROOKING, ROBERT. 

1839 R.orcT.&o Cape Coast 

Castle, W.A. 

40 .... Accra, W.A. 

41 Ashanti, W.A. 

42 Ashanti, W.A. 



1843 R. F. 
44 . . 
45 
46 ... 



47 1 

to y 

51 J 

52 

53 



64^| 


X [ 




«t H 


55 


m o 




& s 




O H 


56 






£ « 


57 
58 


RMAN H 
RITORY 




« « 


59 


^ 


, 


Q I 



60 
to 
68 
69 
to 
73 
74 



Ashanti, W.A. 
Ananaboo, W.A. 
Ananaboo, W.A. 
Retired — ill 

health. 

Rice Lake, C.W. 

St. Clair. 
St. Clair. 
Oxford House, 

H.B.T. 
Oxford House, 

H.B.T. 
Oxford House. 

H.B.T. 
Norway House, 

H.B.T. 
Norway House, 

H.B.T. 
Norway House, 

H.B.T. 

Rama, Ont. 



Hiawatha. 
Toronto Conf. 



BROWN, BRINTON P., M.D. 



F. C . 



SUP Y. 



Aylmer, W. 

Bayham. 

Bayham. 

Bayham. 

Bayham. 
f Bayham. 

Bayham. 
I Belmont. 
| Belmont. 

Woodstock. 

Woodstock. 

Woodstock. 

Woodstock. 

Rem. to U. S. 



1856 c. 

57 E. on t. 

58 ORD 
59 

60 r. 
61^ 
62 
63 
64 
65 
66 
67 
68 
69 

Note. — In 1874 he held a su- 
pernumerary relation in the Erie 
Conference of the Methodist Epis- 
copal Church. 



BROWNE, GEORGE. 



R. 



1857 c. 

58 R. 

59 .. 
60 
61 
62 
63 
64 
65 
66 
67 
68 
69 
70 
71 
72 
73 
74 



. . Woodstock. 
on T Aylmer, C. W. 

Blenheim. 

Elora. 
F.a &o Shannonville. 

Shannonville. 

Consecon. 

Consecon. 

Consecon. 

Innisfil. 

Innisfil. 

Innisfil. 

Lloydtown. 

Lloydtown. 
. . Uxbridge. 
. . Uxbridge. 
.... Castleton. 

Toronto Conf. 



BROWN, 

1860 E. on T. 
61 
62 
63 



GEORGE (B). 

Durham, C.E. 
Eaton. 
Consecon. 
Dropped. 



BROWN, GEORGE MARTIN. 

1862 R. on T.. Cooksville. 

63 Yonge Street N. 

64 Albion. 

65 .. Berlin. 

66 e.f.o. &o Stratford. 

67 Keppel. 

68 . . Keppel. 

69 Keppel. 

70 ... Inverrhay. 

71 Invermay. 

72 Invermay. 

73 . . Vespra. 

74 . . Toronto Conf. 



BROWN, NELSON. 



Colborne. 

Cobourg. 

Norwood. 

Colborne. 

Chippewa. 

Located. 

Hungerford. 
Shannonville. 
Stirling. 
Stirling. 
Strathroy. 
Strathroy. 
Stouffville. 
Wallace. 
Wallace. 
Rockwood. 
Rockwood. 
Elma. 
Elma. 

Trowbridge. 
Lucknow. 
Lucknow. 
. . Lucknow. 

sup'd Listowell. 



1846 E. on t. . 

47 s. v. c. . 

48 .. 

49 .. 

50 . . 
51 
52 
53 

54 r.f.c. &o 
55 
56 
57 
58 
59 

60 .. 

61 .. 
62 
63 
64 
65 
66 

67 



69 

70 
71 

72) 
73 f 
74 



SUP D 



High Bluff, Man. 
Toronto Conl. 



BROWN, ROBERT. 

1849 ) 

to > .. Vermont Conf., 

55 ) U.S. 

56 R. f. c. Huntingdon, 

C. E. 

57 . . Huntingdon, 

C. E. 

58 . . St. Andrews. 

59 . . . . St. Andrews. 

60 Cavignal. 

61 Eaton. 

62 Eaton. 

63 Eaton. 

Died Nov. 4th, 1863, aged 45 
years. 



72 



MINISTERS AND PROBATIONERS. 



BROWN, THOMAS C. 



1863 
72 

73 R. F. 

. 74 ... 



r Methodist 
-{ Episcopal 
L Conference. 

Compton. 

Montreal Conf. 



BROWN, WILLIAM. 



r Methodist 
-1 Episcopal 
I Conference. 



1815-> 
to V 
32 j 
33^1 

to V sup'y . . Smith's Falls. 
56j 

Died March 5th, 1857, aged 
88 years. 

BROWN, WILLIAM D. 

1856 r.f.c.&o. Sherbrooke. 

57 Sherbrooke. 

58 Sherbrooke. 

59 . . Leeds. 

60 Leeds. 

61 . . Leeds. 

62 St. Andrews. 

63 . ... St. Andrews. 

64 ....... L'Orignal. 

65 ... L'Orignal. 

66 Richmond. 

67 F. sec. Richmond. 

68 F. sec. . Richmond. 

69 . . Odelltown. 

70 Odelltown. 

71 Odelltown. 

72 . Maitland. 

73 Aultsville. 

74 . . Montreal Conf. 



BROWNELL, DANIEL E. 

1860 r. o» t . . Clinton. 

61 ... Stratford. 

62 St. Mary's. 

63 Clinton. 

64 R.F.c.&o. Osprey. 

65 Paisley. 

66 Meaford. 

67 Meaford. 

68 Meaford. 

69 Vienna. 

70 . . Vienna. 

71 .. Tilsonburg. 
72 Tilsonburg. 

73 . . Tilsonburg. 

74 London Conf. 



BROWNELL, JOHN B. 

1826 ^ 

to i- . . Eastern B. A. 

37 J Conference. 

38 Kingston. 

39 Dunham. 

40 Dunham. 

41 Dunham. 

42 Dunham. 

43 Montreal. 

44 Montreal. 



1845 
46 

47 



Quebec. 
Quebec. 
Eastern B. A. 
Conference. 



BROWNELL, STEPHEN. 



1833 
34 

35 .... 

36 .. 

37 .... 

38 or. 

39 R. F, 



071 T 



Clarendon. 
Ottawa. 
Ottawa. 
Crosby. 



40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 

46 
47 
48 
49 

50 



51 

52 .. .. 

53 

54 

55 

56 

57 . . . . 

58 . . . . 
59^1 

to V 
63 J 
64-i 

to }■ stjp'd . . 
70 J 

Died March 
71 years. 



BRUCE, ROBERT. 



Clarendon, 

Pembroke and 
Bonchire. 

Bonchire. 

Owen Sound. 

Guelph. 

Guelph. 

Guelph. 

Agent for Con- 
nex. Funds. 

Grand River. 

Chippewa. 

Chippewa. 

Toronto and Dur- 
ham Road. 

Toronto and Dur- 
ham Road. 

St. Vincent. 

Penetanguishene. 

Penetanguishene. 

Penetanguishene. 

Flos and Orillia. 

Southampton. 

Southampton. 

Southampton. 

Cape Crocker & 
Colpoy's Bay. 

Moulinette. 
22nd, 1871, aged 



BROWNING, ARTHUR. 

1856 c. . . Percy. 

57 R. out.. Consecon. 

58 Artemesia. 

59 or. .. Nanaimo, B.C. 

60 R. f. c. . . Nanaimo, B.C. 

61 ...... Fort Hope and 

Fort Yale. 

62 Fort Hope and 

Fort Yale. 

63 New Westmin- 

ster, B.C. 

64 New Westmin- 

ster, B.C. 

65 Victoria, Van. I. 

66 .... Victoria, Van. I. 
67 Victoria, Van. I. 

68 F. sec New Westmin- 

ster, B.C. 

69 f. sec New Westmin- 

ster, B.C. 

70 . . . Percy, Ont. 

71 Percy, Ont. 

72 . . Percy, Ont. 

73 Canton. 

74 Toronto Conf. 



1865 r. out. 
66 

67 . . . . 



BRYANT, 

1870 o. 

71 R. 071 T. 

.72 . 

73 .. 

74 .. 



Merrickville. 
Newboro' and 

Bedford. 
Rem. to U.S. 



CORNELIUS. 

New Westmin- 
ster, B.C. 
Nanaimo and 

Maple Bay. 
Sumas and Chil- 
liwhack. 
Toronto Conf. 



BRYERS, WILLIAM. 

1853 c. Bath. 

54 R. o»T. Picton. 

55 . . . . Port Hope. 

56 s. v. c . Cobourg. 

57 r.f.o. &o Bowmanville. 

58 . . Hemmingford. 

59 Hemmingford. 

60 Carlton Place. 

61 .... Wawanosh. 

62 Wawanosh. 

63 Cainsville. 

64 Cainsville. 

65 . . Cainsville. 
66 Hullsville. 

67 . . Hullsville. 

68 . . . . Hullsville. . 

69 . . Norwich. 

70 Norwich. 

71 Norwich. 

72 . . Port Dover. 

73 Port Dover. 

74 London Conf. 



BUCHANAN, WILLIAM. 
1871 R. o?i t 

72 
73 
74 



N. Wakefield 
and Templeton. 
Winchester. 
Chandos. 
Toronto Conf. 



BUDGE, HENRY. 

1848 c Bytown. 

49 R. on T . Prescott and 

Augusta. 

50 Located. 



BURCH, OLIVER EDISON. 



1857 R. 


onT. 


Mooretown. 


58 . 





Gosfield and 

Rochester 


59 s. v. c . . 

60 s. v. c . . 

61 R.F.C.&C 

62 


Cobourg. 
Cobourg. 
Amherstburg. 
Wardsville. 


63 . 




Wardsville. 


64 . 




Warwick. 



WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



73 



1865 Warwick. 


1854 r.f.c.&o 


Lochabar. 


1873 L'Orignal. 




55 




Lanark and 


74 .... N. B. & P. E. I. 


67 Mono. 






Sherbrooke. 


Conference. 


68 Rem. to U. S. 


56 




Lanark and 


A graduate of Victoria Univer- 


1879 a member of Rock River 






Sherbrooke. 


sity : B.A. Silver Medalist, 1863 ; 


Conference, and stationed at 


57 




Loughboro'. 


M.A., 1872. 


North Belvidere. 


58 
59 





Harrowsmith. 
Wilton and 
Harrowsmith. 


BURWASH, NATHANIEL, 


BURNS, ALEX., D.D., LL.D. 


60 




Wilton. 


S. T. D. 


1860 R. owT.. Tutor Vic. Col. 


61 




Elgin. 


1860 c. . . Newburg. 
61 E.«T. Belleville. 


61 Tutor Vic. Col. 


62 . 




Elgin. 


62 .... Stratford. 


63 . 




Elgin. 


62 Belleville. 


63 Peel. 


64 




Pakenham and 


63 . . Toronto East. 


64 r.f.c.&o Drayton. 






Arnprior. 


64 r.f.c.&o Toronto East. 


65 Rem. to U. S. 


65 . 




Pakenham and 


65 . . Hamilton. 


Note. — In 1861 lie graduated 






Arnprior. 


fifi v ( Hamilton. 

t 1 ) Prof, of Natural 


in Arts at Victoria University and 


66 




Pakenkam and 


received the Prince of Wales' 






Arnprior. 


72 I ) Science Vic. Col. 
' ' Cobourg. 

r Prof, of Natural 


Gold Medal as " Primus in Arti- 


67 . 




Omemee. 


bus. " He removed to Iowa in 


68 




Omemee. 


1865 at the invitation of the late 


69 . 




Omemee. 


73 . . . ( and Systematic 
I Theology. 


Dr. Charles Elliott, and for three 


70 F. 


SEC. . . 


Oakwood. 


years occupied the position of 


71 F. 


SEC. . . 


Oakwood. 


Vice-President of Iowa Wesleyan 


72 F. 


SEC. . 


Oakwood. 




University. 


73 




Brampton. 


A graduate of Victoria Univer- 


In 1868 he was elected Presi- 


74 




Toronto Conf. 


sity ; B.A., Valedictorian, 1859 ; 


dent of Simpson Centenary Col- 








M.A., 1867. 


lege, and the same year received 











the degree of Doctor in Divinity 
from the Indiana State University. 


BURSON 


, GEORGE. 


BURWASH, NATHANIEL S. 


In 1876 he was elected a Dele- 


1859 c. 




Elora. 


1860 R. out. Bobcaygeon. 


gate to the General Conference of 


60 r. 


on T. 


Georgetown. 


61 Lindsay. 


the Methodist Episcopal Church, 


61 




Frankford and 


62 Millbrook. 


U. S. In May 1878 he received 






Trenton. 


63 s. v. c Cobourg. 


the honorary degree of LL.D. 


62 




Hamilton. 


64 R.F.c. &o Arthur. 


from Victoria University. In 


63 R.F.C.&O 


Hamilton. 


65 Arthur. 


September 1878 he returned to 


64 




Dundas. 


66 Arthur. 


Canada, having accepted the po- 


65 




Paris. 




sition of Governor of the Hamil- 


66 




Paris. 


68 . . . . Lynedoch. 


ton Wesleyan Female College. — 


67 




Withdrew, and 


69 ... Durham W. 


See London Conference. 


united 


with 


the Presbyterian 


70 . . . . Durham W 





Church 


and is 


(1880) in charge 


71 . . Paisley. 


BURNS, NELSON, B.A. 


of a Congregation in St. Catha- 
rines, Ontario. 


72 . , Paisley. 

73 .. Paisley. 


1862 c. . . Smithville. 






• 


74 . . Toronto Conf. 


63 r. wit. Holland' L'ding. 











64 . . Cookstown. 

65 . Erin. 


BURT, WILLIAM. 


BUTCHER, GEO. B. 


.g ( r.f.c.&o Gait. 


1816-) 
to j- 






1836 r. on T. . Pembroke. 


j sup'y. . Port Dover. 




E. B. A. Conf. 


37 .... Pembroke . 


67 sup'y. Port Dover. 


25 J 






38 Pembroke. 


68-} 


26 




Odelltown, C. E. 


39 ) 


to i- sup'y.. Milton. 


27 




Odelltown, C. E. 




73 J 


28 




Rem. to Eng. 


j 
41 r.f.c.&o L'Orignal. 


74 . . London Conf. 


Died 


September 15th, 1870, 


42 Perth. 


A graduate of University Col- 


aged 79 


years. 




43 . . Perth. 


lege, Toronto, B.A. 1857. Silver 








44 . . . . Cornwall. 


Medalist in Natural Sciences. 








45 . . Rideau. 





BURWASH 


, JOHN, M.A. 


46 Scugog. 

47 Located — ill 


BURNS, ROBERT. 


1863 r. 


om . 


Canton. 


health. 


1871 c. . . Mount Forest. 


64 




Colborne. 





72 R. wit. Wingham. 

73 . . Howick. 


65 




Barrie. 
'Tutor Vic. Col. 


BYERS, HENRY. 


74 . . London Conf. 


66 


- 


Baltimore and 


-1 pO>T ~ 


loo/ O 








k. Grafton. 


38 r. on t . . Gosfield. 




67 R.F.C.&O 


Belleville. 


39 . . London. 


BURNS, WILLIAM. 


68 




Belleville. 


.. 1 Oxford. 
40 | Barrie. 


1850 R. obt. Augusta. 


69 . 




Belleville. 


51 . . Cornwall. 


70) 


{ 


Prof, in Mt. 


41 . . Amherstburg. 


52 . . Cornwall. 


71 . 


... < 


Allison Acade. 


42 R.F.c. &o Adelaide and 


53 . . Matilda. 


72 ) 




Sackville, N.B. 


Warwick. 



74 



MINISTERS AND PROBATIONERS. 



1843 


Brantford and 




Grand River. 


44 


| Guelph. 
( Peterboro'. 




. . Goderich. 


46 


. . Guelph. 


47) 




to > stjp'y 


. . Kingston. 


73) 




74 .. 


. . Montreal Conf. 


BYRNE, ALEX. STURGEON- 


1848 c. . . 


. Yonge Street. 


49 B. MIT 


. . London. 


50 


Toronto East. 


Died Feb. 


11th, 1851, aged 18 


years and 8 months. 



BYRNE, CLAUDIUS. 

1824 k. onT.. Downpatrick, 

Ireland. 

25 Downpatrick. 

26 Sligo. 

27 Tanderagee. 

28 r.f.c. &o Tanderagee. 

29 Londonderry. 

30 Londonderry. 

31 .-. Dungannon. 

32 . . . Newry. 

33 . . Newry. 

34 Newry. 

35 Lurgan. 

36 Lurgan. 

37 ... Lisburn. 

38 Lisburn. 

39 .... Lisburn. 

40 Carrickfergus. 

41 ... Carrickfergus. 



1842 




Carrickfergus. 


43.-1 


B 


f Enniskillen. 


44 


r 3 i 


Enniskillen. 


45 


Enniskillen. 


46 


«<! 


Dungannon. 


47 j 


s 


L Dungannon. 


48 


. > • 


Rem. to Canada 


49 




Brantford. 


50 




Brantford. 


51 




St. Catharines. 


52 


• « 


St. Catharines. 


53 





Niagara. 


54 




Niagara. 


55 


1 




to 


> sup'y.. 


Mount Pleasant. 


67 


1 




68 


) 




to 


> sup'y 


Fairfield. 


73 


i 


» 


74 




London Conf. 



c 



CAIRNDUFF, WILLIAM H. 

1870 c Marmora. 

71 R. out. , Demorestville. 

72 Vienna. 

73 St. George. 

74 Toronto Conf. 





CAIRNS, HUGH. 


1862 


E. on T . 


New Ireland. 


63 




New Ireland. 


64 




Melbourne. 


65 




Melbourne. 


66 


E.F.C. &0 


Dudswell& Bury. 


67 




Dudswell. 


68 


. . - 


Dudswell. 


69 




Lawrenceville. 


70 





Lawrenceville. 


71 




Knowlton. 


72 


. 1 


Knowlton. 


73 




Knowlton. 


74 




Montreal Conf. 




CAIRNS 


SAMUEL. 


1863 


R. on t . 


Franklin. 


64 




Eaton. 


65 




Eaton. 


66 




Located — ill 

health. 


Died January 12th, 1867, aged 


26 years. 




CALVERT, 


GEORGE W. 


1869 


E. on t . . 


Cainsville. 


70 


■ ■ • • 


Aylmer. 


71 





No Station — ill 
health. 


72 




Port Stanley. 


73 


S. V. c . . 


Cobourg. 


74 




London Conf. 



CAMPBELL, ALEXANDER. 

1846 c. .. Brock. 

47 e. out. , Bradford. 

48 Newmarket. 

49 .... Newmarket. 

50 Located. 

51 St. Vincent. 

52 e.f.c.&o St. Vincent. 

53 St. Vincent. 

54 Clinton. 

55 Clinton. 

56 Clinton. 

57 St. Mary's. 

58 St. Mary's. 

59 . . . Port Stanley. 

60 Aylmer, C.W. 

61 . . Aylmer, C.W 
62 Aylmer, C.W 

63 . . Newcastle. 

64 . . Newcastle. 

65 ... Newcastle. 

Died Dec. 31st, 1865, aged 54 
years. 



CAMPBELL, ALEX. (B) 



1872 
73 
74 



Cornwall. 
Cornwall. 
Montreal Conf. 



CAMPBELL, ALEX. R. 

1854 c. . . . Peel. 

55 E. on t . Flos and Orillia. 

56 Flos and Orillia. 

57 ....... Aurora. 

««■« -H Ground. 

59 Artemesia. 

60 . . . Artemesia. 

61 . . Mt. Forest. 

62 f. sec Mt. Forest. 

63 .... Lloydtown. 

64 Lloydtown. 

65 . . . Lloydtown. 

66 . Cookstown. 

67 Cookstown. 

68 Cookstown. 

69 Smithville. 

70 Smithville. 

71 Smithville. 

72 Hullsville. 

73 Hullsville. 

74 .... Toronto Conf. 



859 E. on T . 


Consecon. 




60 


Hungerford. 
Franklin. 
St. Andrews. 




61 ... 

62 . 


CAMPBELL, PETER. 


63 E.F.C.&O 


Brewer's Mills. 


1857 c. Flos and Orillia 


64 . •. . .. 


Brewer's Mills. 


58 E. on t . Rama. 


65 


Brewer's Mills. 


59 . . . . Rama. 


66 


Napanee. 


60 . . Rama. 


67 


Napanee. 


61 e.f.c.&o Morris. 


68 


Princeton. 


62 Blyth. 


69 ........ 


Princeton. 


63 Coboconk. 


70 


Montreal and St. 


64 . . , Coboconk. 




Lambert. 


65 ... Rockwood. 


71 


Montreal 3rd. 


66 .... Rockwood. 



WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



75 



1867 


Rockwood. 


CAMPBELL, THOMAS W- 


1862 


Demorestville. 


68 
69 .. 


. Edmonton, 

H.B.T. 
Edmonton, 

H.B.T. 


71 E. on T. . Port Stanley. 

72 Whitby. 

73 Baltimore 


63 
64 
65 
66 


Demorestville. 
Hungerford. 
Hungerford. 
Hungerford. 


70 


Edmonton, 

H.B.T. 


74 . . . . Toronto Conf. 


67 
68 


Stirling. 
Stirling. 


71 ... 


Victoria, Sask. 





69 .... 


Stirling. 


72 .. 

73 ... 


Victoria, Sask. 
Victoria, Sask. 


CAMPBELL, WM. FRANCIS. 


70 
71 


Ameliasburg. 
Ameliasburg. 


74 ... 


Toronto Conf. 


1860 E. out.. Ingersoll. 


72 


Ameliasburg. 







61 .... Ingersoll. 


73 sup'd. 


Colborne. 






62 .... Grimsby. 
63 Thorold. 


74 .. 


Toronto Conf. 


CAMPBELL, THOMAS. 






1836 c. 
37 e. on t . 


Wesleyville. 
St. Armand. 


64 e.f.c.&o Dunnville. 


CARROLL, JOHN. 


38 


St. Armand. 




1827-| 


Methodist 


39 


Shefford. 


67 Locat'dandafter- 


to y .. 

32 J 


Episcopal 


40 


Russelltown. 


ward united with the Episcopalian 


Conference. 


41 E.F.C. & 


o Shefford. 


Church. He is now (1880) Rec- 


33 oe 


Bytown. 


42 


New Ireland. 


tor of the church at Seaforth, Ont. 


34 


Matilda. 


43 


New Ireland. 




35 .. 


Brockville. 


44 


New Ireland. 




36 


Brockville. 


45 


Clarenceville. 


CARDUS, THOMAS. 


37 


Cobourg. 


46 

47 ... 
48 


. Clarenceville. 

Clarenceville. 

. Compton and 

Hatley. 


1867 c. Streetsville. 
68 E. out. Millbrook. 

70 . . Thorold. 


38 

39 TUTOR 
U. C. A. 

40 


Cobourg. 

1 Cobourg. 

( Brockville. 

1 Brockville. 

\ Kingston. 
Bytown. 


49 


. Compton and 

Hatley. 


71 Napanee. 

72 e.f.c.&o Yonge St. North. 

73 Yonge St. North. 

74 Rem. to U. S. 


41 CHMN . . . 


50 .... 


Three Rivers. 


^2 "I CHMN. 


1 Prescott. 


51 


. Three Rivers. 


43f™f A iPrescott. 


52 


. Russelltown. 




J DIST. 




53 


Russelleown. 


1879 a member of Genesee Con- 


44 ) CHMN. 

45 \ DIST. 


\ Kingston. 


54 


. Nelson. 


ference, and stationed at Akron, 


| Kingston. 


55 


Nelson. 


N. Y. 


46 . . 


Toronto East. 


56 


Nelson. 




47 .. 


Toronto East. 


57 


Markham. 




48 "j CHMN. 


( London. 


58 


. Markham. 


CARPENTER, ABRAHAM. 


49 i- LONDOiv 


■I London. 


59 
60) 

to [• sup'd 
66 ) 


Markham. 


1846"> E. out. Grand River. 

tn I 


50 J DIST. 

51 "J CHMN. 


1. London. 
f Hamilton. 


Hamilton. 


to r . . 


52 I HAM. 


{ Hamilton. 
L Hamilton. 




51 J 


53 J DIST. 




52 Mt. Elgin and 


54 c.MONT.r 


St. John's C. E. 


Died Nov. 


12th, 1836, aged 55 


Muncey. 


55 .. 


Belleville. 


years. 






56 ) CHMN. 

57 \ DIST. 


1 Belleville. 










| Belleville. 


CAMPBELL. THOMAS. 




58"] CHMN. 


f Ottawa. 






CARR, GEORGE. 


59 >• Ottawa *! Ottawa. 


1864 ) 
to£ 

66 ) 

67 o. 

68 E. OUT. 

69 E.F.C. & 

70 

71 ,. 
72 


Irish Methodist 
Conference. 

Consecon. 

Milford. 
O Uxbridge. 
. Uxbridge. 

Rosemont. 

Rosemont. 


1842 c Asphodell. 

43 E. out.. Asphodell. 
44 Whitby. 

45 ... Markham. 

46 r.f.c.&O Yonge Street. 

47 . . Yonge Street. 

49 . . . . Demorestville. 


60 J DIST. 
61"| CHMN. 

62 V p. 

63 J DIST. 

64^1 

65 I CHMN - 

66 J DIST - 


L Ottawa. 
( Peterboro'. 
■1 Peterboro' 
I Peterboro' Co 
Delegate 
f Guelph. 
-1 Guelph. 
1 Guelph. 


73 


Rosemont 


50 Bath and 


„*~\ CHMN. 


\ St. Catharines 


74 


. Toronto Conf. 


Amherst Island. 
51 . . Bath and 


68 f N St Catharines 

) DIST. f 







Amherst Island. 


69 


Gen 1 Agt. 8. 8 
Union 
Yorkville. 
Yorkville. 


CAMPBELL, THOMAS 
METCALF. 


53 . . Percy. 


70 sup'd. . . 

71 sup'd. . . 


1866 c. . . 


Colborne. 


55 Norwood. 


72 sup'd. 


Rochesterville. 


67 E. on t 

68 .... 


St. Thomas. 
Peel. 


56 Gananoque. 


73 sup'd. 
74 


Leslieville. 
Toronto Conf. 


69 


. Washington. 


58 .... Gananoque. 






70 R.F.C. & 

71 ... 


o Dunnville. 
Dunnville. 


Hastings Road. 


CARSON, W. 


WELLINGTON. 


72 .. 


. Dunnville. 


60 ... Madoc and 


1867 b.wit. 


Farmersville. 


73 


, Ridgeway. 


Hastings Road. 


68. 


Franklin Cent. 


74 .. 


. London Conf. 


61 Demorestville. 


Yonge St. N. 



76 



MINISTERS AND PROBATIONERS. 



69 . . . . Yonge St. North. 

70 . . Streetsville. 

C Branipton. 

71 R.F.c. &o < Toronto — Elm 

I Street. 

72 . . . Kingston. 

73 . Hamilton — King 

Street. 

74 London Conf. 



1846 
47 
48 
49 
50 

51 
52 
53 
54 
55 
56 
57 
58 
59 
60 
61 
€2 

€3 

«4 
65 
66 
«7 

€8 
69 
70 
71 
72 
73 
74 



CASE, GEORGE. 
r. on t . Cornwall. 
. . . . Coteau Landing. 

Markham. 
Chippewa. 
r.f.c. &o Stratford and 

Wellesley. 
Wellesley. 
. . Devonshire. 

Warwick. 
Stratford. 
Stratford. 
. . . . Gatineau. 

. .- . . Gatineau. 
f. sec. Osgoode. 
F. sec. Osgoode. 
f. sec. Osgoode. 
...... Pakenham. 

Pakenham and 

Arnprior. 
Pakenham and 

Arnprior. 
Moulinette. 
Moulinette. 
. . Moulinette. 
"Waterloo, Kn. 
Cataraqui. 

Cataraqui. 

Colborne. 

■ : . . . Colborne. 

sup'd. Colborne. 

sup'd. Colborne. 

London Conf. 



CASE, 

18051 
to y .. 
32 J 
331 
84}-.. 
35 J 



37 



371 
to V 
51 J 



51 
52 
to 
55 



WILLIAM, 
r Methodist 
-j Episcopal 
L Conference, 

r Credit, Sup't. 
-J Indian Transla- 
l tions. 

. . Grape Island and 
Rice Lake. 

Alderville In- 
dustrial School. 

Alderville. 



Note. — He occupied the posi- 
tion of Presiding Elder from 1810 
to 1827, was Secretary of Confer- 
ence from 1824 to 1827, and again 
in 1836. From 1829 to 1832 he 
was President of the Canada Con- 
ference. In 1836 he was appointed 
as one of the representatives to 
the General Conference of the 
Methodist Episcopal Church in 
Cincinnati. 

He died Oct. 19th, 1855, aged 
75 years. 



CASSON, WESLEY. 

1861 r. out. Mono. 

62 . . Brantford. 

63 Bradford. 

64 Leslieville. 

65 r.f.c. &o Matilda. 

66 . . Odessa. 

67 .. Odessa. 

68 Odessa. 

69 Gananoque. 

70 Gananoque. 

71 Gananoque. 

72 Newmarket. 

73 . . . . Newmarket. 

• 74 . . Toronto Conf. 



CATTANACH, DAVID. 

1867 c . . Aylmer, W- 
68 r. on T . Smithville. 

69 Aurora. 

70 CQokstown. 

71 s. v. c Cobourg. , 

72 r.f.c. &o Markham. 

73 .. Bradford. 

74 Toronto Conf. 



CATTERICK, THOMAS. 

1816 r. 071 t. Kingston. 

17 . . Kingston. 

18 Fort Wellington. 

19 Fort Wellington. 

20 r.f.c. &o Niagara. 

21 Shefford. 

22 Shefford, 

23 . . Rem. to England. 
Died April 21st, 1861, aged 75 

years. 

CAWTHORNE, JOHN W. 



CHAMBERLIN, WYATT. 



Toronto Circuit. 
Barrie. 
Newmarket. 
Woodstock. 



1844 r. o?i t 
45 
46 

47 ... 
48^| 
to )- Located. 

50 J 

51 r. out. Markham. 

52 Rem. to U.S 



CHALMERS, DAVID. 

1860 r. om. Berlin. 

61 .... Wellesley. 

62 . . Blenheim. 

63 Blenheim. 

64 r.f.c. &o Erin. 

65 Erin. 

66 L'Orignal. 

67 L'Orignal. 
68 L'Orignal. 

69 . . Bell's Corners. 

70 Bell's Corners. 

Bath and 

Amherst Isle. 

72 .-....: Bath. 

73 Bath. 

74 London Conf. 



71 



1814] 




( Methodist 


to 




\ Episcopal 


32 




( Conference. 


33 






to' 


► sup'd . 


Rideau. 


36 






37 






to 


> sup'd 


Elizabethtown. 


49 






50 


Located. 


CHAMBERS, ALEX. C. 


1868 c. 
69 R. on T . 




. Darlington. 


70 


No Station — ill 




health 


71 


Prince Albert. 


72 .... 


Leslieville. 


73 R.F.C.& 


o Morrison. 


74 


. . . ■ . 


London Conf. 



CHAMBERS, ANDREW 




BUSTEED. 


1864 


R. on T . Arran. 


65 


.... Markham. 


66 


Newcastle. 


67 


Newmarket and 


68 


r.f.c &o Newmarket. 


69 


Consecon. 


70 


Consecon. 


71 


. . . . Consecon. 


72 


Montreal Sixth. 


73 


. . Montreal Sixth. 


74 





CHANT, JOSEPH HORATIO. 

1864 R. wit. Bayfield. 

65 . . Elma. 

66 Waterloo, K'n. 

67 ... Smith's Falls. 

68 r.f.c. &o Bathurst. 

69 Osgoode. 

70 . . . . Osgoode. 

71 Osgoode. 

72 ... Moira. 

73 . Moira. 

74 '...,... Toronto Conf. 



CHAPMAN, FRANCIS. 



1845 c , 


Simcoe. 


46 R. om. 


Simcoe. 


47 


London. 


48 


Woodstock. 


49 R.F.C. &0 


Simcoe and New 




Credit. 


50 ... 


Norwich. 


51 


Norwich. 


52 .. 
53 

54 

55 


Wallaceburg. 
Wallaceburg. 
Port Stanley. 
Port Stanley. 



Died Nov. 19th, 1855, aged 37 
vears. 



WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



77 



CHAPMAN, J. ANDERSON 

MA. 

1866 c. . . Lloydtown. 

67 E. on t. Orillia. 

68 s. v. c Cobourg. 

69 u. v. c. Cobourg. 

70 u. v. c . . Cobourg. 

71 No Station— ill 

health. 

72 f.r.c. &o Lawrenceville. 

73 .... Frankfort. 

74 Toronto Conf. 

A graduate of Victoria Unveri- 
sity— B.A., 1871 ; M.A., 1874. 



CHAPMAN, WILLIAM. 

1846 C. ... Bonchire. 

47 K.WH.. Richmond. 

48 Mississippi. 

49 Matilda. 

50 r.f.o. &o Shannonville. 

51 . . Shannonville. 

52 . . Farmersville. 

53 . . Farmersville. 

54 ... Port Dover. 

55 ... Gosfield. 

56 Gosfield. 

57 Amherstburg. 
58 Amherstburg. 

59 ... Warwick. 

60 Warwick. 

61 Devonshire. 

62 .... Devonshire. 

63 Exeter. 

64 London North. 

65 . . . . Aylmer, C. W. 
66 Aylmer, C.W 

67 Rond Eau. 

68 Blenheim. 

69 .... Ridgetown. 

70 Bidgetown. 

71 Dawn Mills. 

72 . . Mount Brydges. 

73 . . . Mount Brydges. 

74 London Conf. 

CHARBONELL, THOMAS. 

1856 e. f. c. Roxton Fch. Mis. 

57 Roxton Fch. Mis. 

58 . . Stanstead F. Mis. 

59 Stanstead F. Mis. 

60 Stanstead F. Mis. 

61) 

to \ 

65.) 

66 .... Compton. 

67 sup'd. Compton. 

68 sup'd. Compton. 

69 sup'd . Compton. 

70 .... Granby. 

71 ... Shefford. 

72 ... Shefford. 

73 ... Sweetsburg. 

74 . . Montreal Conf. 



1871 

72 



Magog Fch. Mis. 



CHARLTON, EDWARD, B.A. 

1869 c Keppel. 

70 n. on t. . Thornbury. 



Artemesia, 3 mo. 

ill-health. 
No Station — ill- 
health. 

73 Artemesia. 

74 . . . . Located. 
A graduate of Victoria Uni- 
versity — B.A., Silver Medallist, 
1868. 

CHARLTON, JAMES. 

1868 c. . . Arkona. 

69 R. on t . Belmont. 

70 Belmont. 

71 s. v. c . Cobourg. 

72 s. v. c . . Cobourg. 

73 e.f.c. &o Plainville. 

74 London Conf. 



CHARTIER, STEPHEN. 

1864 e. out 

65 Stukeley and 

Farnham. 

66 Stukeley and 

Farnham. 

67 Stukeley. 

68 r.f.c. &o Stukeley. 

69 .. Lake of Two 

Mountains. 

70 Rem. to U.S. 



CHASE, HENRY P. 

1856 e. on t Mount Elgin 

and Muncey. 

57 r.f. c. & o Michipicoton. 

58 . . Located. 

CHOWN, EDWIN ANNING, 
B.A. 

1868 o. Listowel. 

69 R. on T. . Drayton. 

70 . . Tilsonburg. 

71 Smith's Falls. 

72 stu Montreal Th. C. 

73 r.f.c.&o Beaverton. 

74 . . London Conf. 

A graduate of Victoria Uni- 
versity — B. A., Silver Medallist, 
1867. 

CHRISTOPHERSON, HALL. 

1857 C. . Bayfield. 
58 E. out. Woodstock. 

Ingersoll. 
Mount Brydges. 

60 Milton. 

61 E. f.o. &o Glanford. 

62 .. Glanford. 

63 . . Glanford. 
64 Stratford. 

65 Stratford. 

66 ... Stratford. 

67 . . . . Ailsa Craig and 

Park Hill. 

68 .... Ailsa Craig. 

69 .... Gait. 



59 



1870 
71 
72 
73 
74 



Gait. 

Agent Vic. Col. 
Wellington Sq. 
Wellington Sq. 
London Conf. 



, CHAS., M.A. 

Eastern British 
America 

Conference.. 
St. John, C.E. 
Montreal. 
Montreal. 
Montreal. 
Quebec. 



CHURCHILL 

1837 
to 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 

49 Quebec. 

50 Quebec. 

51 ... E. B. A. Conf. 
Visited Canada Conf. in 1862. 

CLAPPISON, DAVID C. 
1844 c. ... Barrie. 

45 E. on t. Loughboro. 

46 . . Whitby and 

Pickering.. 

47 . . Oshawa. 
48 Brampton. 

49 e.f.c. &o Brampton. 

50 L'Orignal. 

51 ... L'Orignal. 

52 ... L'Orignal. 

53 Farmersviile. 

54 .... Farmersville. 

55 . . Bath. 

56 ... . Bath. 

57 Bath. 

58 .... Lindsay. 

59 Lindsay. 

60 Lindsay. 

61 . . Ameliasburg. 

62 . . Ameliasburg. 

63 ... Ameliasburg. 

64 Colborne. 

65 Colborne. 

66 . . Colborne. 

67 . . Aylmer. 

68 . . Aylmer. 

69 . . Aylmer. 

70 Exeter. 

71 . . Exeter. 

72 .... Westminster. 

73 .... Westminster. 

74 . . London Conf. 

CLARK, GEORGE. 
1866 E. out. Romney. 

67 Romney. 

68 . . Kingsville. 

69 ... Sarnia. 

70 e.f.c. &o Mooretown. 

71 ... Mooretown. 

72 . . . Mooretown. 

73 Forest. 

74 . . London Conf. 

CLARKE, JAMES MATHIE- 

SON. 
1851 c. . . Barrie. 

52 E.OST j ***■ Vincen t. 
( Saugeen. 



78 



MINISTERS AND PROBATIONERS. 



1853 


Goderich. 


1871 ....* 


"Welland. 


1850 R.F.C.&0 


Hungerford. 


54 


Glanford. 


72 


Millbrook. 


51 


Hungerford. 


55 OED. 


Wallace. 


73 F. SEC 


Millbrook. 


52 , 


Wilton. 


56 R F. C. . 


Wellesley. 


74 .. 


Toronto Conf. 


53 . . 


Wilton. 


57 


Mono. 






54 .. .. 

55 


London. 
London. - 1 


Died April 16th, 1858, aged 28 


CLARK, WM. 


WARNER, D.D. 


56 


Sandwich and 


years. 




1856 c 


Devonshire. 




Windsor. 






57 b. on t . . 


Belmont. 


57 F. SEC 


Clinton. 


CLARKE, JOHN S. 


58 .. 

59 . . . . 


Blenheim. 
Mt. Pleasant. 


58 F. SEC 

59 F. SEC 


Clinton. 
Clinton. 


1854 R. on t. 


Barrie. 


60 R.F.C.&O 


Mt. Pleasant. 


60 F. SEC 


Stratford. 


55 .. 


Newmarket. 


61 


Port Dover. 


61 F. SEC 


Stratford. 


56 


London. 


62 sup'd . 


Woodstock. 


62 .... 


Ingersoll. 


57 


London. 


63 


Toronto East. 


63 


Ingersoll. 


58 E.F.C.&O 


Rockwood. 


64 


Toronto East. 


64 CH. C. D. 


Chatham. 


59 .... 


Cookstown. 


65 


St. Thomas. 


65"| CHMN. 


r Owen Sound. 


60 .... 


Cooks town. 


66 


St. Thomas. 


66 1- ow. s. - 

67 J DIST. 


Owen Sound. 


61 .. , ,. 


Cookstown. 


67 


Ingersoll. 

Guelph. 

Guelph. 


^Owen Sound. 


62 

63 F. SEC 


Bradford. 
Bradford. 


68 sup'd. 
68 sup'd . 


68 CHMN . 

69 .... 


Newcastle. 
Newcastle. 


64 F. SEC 


Bradford. 


70 


Rp.ni to TT. S.. 


70 ... 


Rem. to U. S., 


65 


Napanee. 


and united with the New York 


and united with Michigan Con- 


66 F. SEC 


Napanee. 


Conference of the Methodist Epis- 


ference, Methodist Episcopal 


67 F. SEC 


Napanee. 


copal Church. 


He is now (1880) 


l^nurcn. 




68 ... 


Grimsby. 


Pastor of the Eighteenth St. 


Died in Cazenovia, Michigan, 


69 


Grimsby. 


Church, New York. The honor- 


February 24th 


, 1878, aged 57 


70 F. SEC 


Grimsby. 


ary degree of D.D. was conferred 


years. 




71 F. SEC 


Thorold. 


upon him by 


the Illinois Wes- 






72 F. SEC 

73 F. SEC 


Thorold. 
Thorold. 


leyan University in June, 1880. 


CLEMENT 


, BENJAMIN. 


74 


Toronto Conf. 






1862 r. on t 


Hullsville. 






CLARKSON, GEO. C. 


63 


HuUsville. 






1870 R. on t 


Sumas and 


64 


Georgetown. 


CLARKE 


NELSON B. 




Chilliwhack. 


65 


Georgetown. 


1Q , H ( R. 071 T 

1858 1 S. V.' C 
59 

60 .. 
61 


1 Cobourg. 

Southampton 

and Paisley. 
Carleton Place. 
No station on 
account of ill 
health. 
Rem. to Califor- 


71 


Sumas and 

Chilliwhack. 


66 R.F.C.&C 

67 ... . 


Streetsville. 
Streetsville. . 


72 s. v. c 

73 s. v. c 

74 

CLARKSON, 


Cobourg. 
Cobourg. 
Located. 

JOHN B., M.A. 


68 
69 

70 

71 
72 
73 


Milton. 

Milton. 

Richwood. 

Richwood. 

Richwood. 

Fairfield. 


62 


1857 R. on t. 


Frankford and 


74 


London Conf. 




nia Conf. U. S. 




Trenton. 






Died, April 


5th, 1864, aged 31 


58) 
59 f 




CLEMENT. EDWIN. 


years. 




60 ( 8 - Y - C 


. Cobourg. 













1845 c . . 


Covington, N.Y. 


CLARKE 
1851 E. on t. 


, RICHARD. 

1 Kingston. 
( Hamilton. 


61 ) 

62 .... Toronto East. 

63 b.f.c.&o Kingston. 


46 B. on t . . 

47 .. 

48 .. 


Alabama, N.Y. 

Murray, N.Y. 
Gosfield and 


64 


Kingston. 




Amherstburg. 
Gosfield. 


52 .. 


Crowland. 


65 


Kingston. 


49 ... 


53 


St. Catharines. 


66 .. 


Montreal East. 


50 b.f.c. &r 


Paris. 


54 


j Guelph. 


67 ... 


Montreal Centre. 


51 


Paris. 


( Elora. 


68 . . 


Montreal Centre. 


52 


Paris. 


55 E.F.C.& 


d Hemmingford. 


69 . 


Montreal Centre. 


53 . . 


Simcoe. 


56 


St. John's. 


70 sup'd . . 


Montreal Centre. 


54 . . 


Simcoe. 


57 


St. John's. 


71 


Gait. 


55 


Vienna. 


58 


Farmers ville. 


72 .. 


Gait. 


56 


Vienna. 


59 


. Maitland. 


73 


Gait. 


57 .. 


Vienna. 


60 . . . 


. Maitland. 


74 


London Conf. 


58 


Chatham. 


61 


Maitland. 


A graduate 


of Victoria Univer- 


59 .. .. 


Chatham. 


62 


. Moulinette. 


sity— B.A., 1863; M.A., 1873. 


60 


Chatham. 


63 


Moulinette. 






61 F. SEC. 


Sarnia. 


64 
65 


Odessa. 
Odessa. 


CLEGHORN, THOMAS. 


62 F. SEC. 

63 


Sarnia. 
Bowmanville. 


66 . . 


Erin. 


1845 b. on t. 


. Conseoon. 


64 F. SEC. . 


Bowmanville. 


67 .. 


Erin. 


46 .... 


Peterboro'. 


65 F. SEC. 


Bowmanville. 


68 


Erin. 


47 ... 


Hallowell. 


66 


Yonge St. South. 


69 .. 


Welland. 


48 .. 


Hallowell. 


67 F. SEC. 


Yonge St. South. 


70 


Welland. 


49 


. Napanee. 


68 


Yonge St. South. 



WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



79 



1869 . . Streetsville. 


COCHEAN, GEOEGE. 


1847 ... 


Perth. 


70 . . . Streetsville. 

71 . . Streetsville. 

72 f. sec. . Picton. 

73 f. sec. Picton. 


1853 c. Elora. 

54 r. onT. Goderich. 

55 ... Holland Landing 

56 or. . . '. Port Stanley. 

57 R. f. c Port Stanley. 

58 . . Port Stanley. 


48 

49 

50 
51 


Perth. 

St. Andrews. 
St. Andrews. 
St. Andrews. 


74 . . . . Toronto, Conf. 
Delegate to the First General 


52 
53 
54 
55 

56 ... 
57 

58 


Matilda. 
Matilda 
Matilda. 
Wilton and 

Lough boro 
Wilton. 
Milton. 
Milton 


Conference held in Toronto, 1874. 
CLEWOETH, THOMAS. 


59 . . Belmont. 

60 Belmont. 

61 . . Chatham. 

62 Chatham. 

63 . . Whitby and 


1856 c Chambly, C.E. 


Oshawa. 


59") CHMN 


. ( Newcastle. 


57 R. onT.. Aylmer, C.E. 


64 . . . . Whitby and 


60 j- WHIT 

61 J DIST. 

62 


\ Newcastle. 


58 . . Westmeath. 

59 . . Frankford and 


Oshawa. 
65 Whitby and 


( Newcastle, 
l.'olborne. 


Trenton. 
60 r.f.c. &o Sandwich and 

Windsor. 


Oshawa. 

66 Bowmanville. 

67 . . Toronto West. 


63 

64 
65 
66 

gOCHMN. 
1- PERTH 
J DIST 


. Colborne. 

Ameliasburg. 

Ameliasburg. 
. Ameliasburg. 

( Smith's Falls. 
| Smith's Falls. 

Millbrook. 
Millbrook. 


61 . . Sandwich and 

Windsor. 


68 . . Toronto West. 

69 Toronto West. 


62 . . Amherstburg. 


70 F. sec. Toronto East. 


63 . . Amherstburg. 


71 f. sec. Toronto East. 


64 Gosfield. 


72 f. sec. . Toronto East. 


69 


65 Gosfield. 


73 . . Yokohama, Japan 


70 ... 


66 . . Wardsville. 


74 . . Toronto Conf. 


71 


Millbrook. 


67 . . Wardsville. 




72 


Bond Head. 


68 . . .". Wingham. 




73 


Bond Head. 


69 . . Wingham. 


COLE, BENJAMIN. 


74 


London Conf. 


70 Londesboro' and 








Holmesville. 


1855 c. .. Melbourne, C.E. 






71 . . Londesboro' and 


56 r. out. Melbourne, C.E. 






Holmesville. 


57 . . Melbourne, C.E. 


COLEMAN, WILLIAM. 


72 Sault Ste. Marie. 

73 . . . Sault Ste. Marie. 


58 New Ireland. 

59 r.f.c. &o New Ireland. 


1837 R. on t. 


Nelson. 


74 . . Toronto Conf. 


60 Coaticook and 

Barnston. 


38 
39 


Brantford. 
Hamilton and 





61 Coaticook and 




Ancaster. 




Barnston. 


40 


. London. 


CLIPSHAM, JOHN W. 


62 Coaticook and 


41 r.f.c. & 


o Oxford. 


1869 c. Coldwater. 


Barnston. 


42 

43 '. ... 

44 .. 

45 

46 

47 

48 

49 

50 

51 
52 


. Brockville. 
. Peter) ioro' 

Dundas. 

Albion. 
. Bradford. 

Bowmanville. 

Colborne. 
. Hallowell. 

Brighton. 

Wilton. 
. Smith's Falls. 


70 R. on t . Coldwater. 

71 Albion. 

72 Hatley and 

Cassville. 

73 . . Hatley and 

Cassville. 

74 . . Montreal Conf. 


63 Compton. 

64 . . Compton. 

65 . . Compton. 

66 Granby. 

67 Granby. 

68 Granby. 

69 f. sec. . . Clarenceville. 

70 sup'd.. . Granby. 

Died Aug. 2nd, 1870, aged 45 


COBB, THOMAS. 


years. 


53 


Smith's Falls. 






54 


Richmond. 


1855 c. . . Grimsby. 


COLE, WM. JOHN. 


55 


Richmond. 


56 R. on T . Thorold. 




56 


Eichmond. 


57 . . . . Dunnville. 


1863 R. mn Tamworth. 


57 


Demorestville. 


58 . . Glanford. 


64 . . Wilton. 


58 .... 


Hungerford. 


59 r.f.c. &o Cayuga. 


65 . . Wilton. 


59 


Hungerford. 


60 . . Cayuga. 


66 . . . . Eem. to U. S. 


60 


Hungerford. 


61 . . . . Niagara. 


Died July 13th, 1867, aged 24 


61 j CHMN. 


) Matilda. 


62 .... Niagara. 


years. 


62 ) DIST. 


) Matilda. 


63 Centreville. 


63 


Brighton. 


64 . . Demorestville. 




64 ... 


Brighton. 


65 .: Demorestville. 


COLEMAN, FRANCIS. 


65 


Brighton. 


66 . . . . Demorestville. 


1840 — IStn 7 ' 


66 


Kleinburg. 


67 . . Milford. 


67 


Kleinburg. 


68 F. sec. . . Trenton. 


... J Toronto. 
| Hamilton. 


68 


Brock. 


69 F. sec. . . Trenton. 


69 


Brock. 


70 F. sec. Trenton. 


42 ord. . Albion. 


70 


Brock. 


71 . . Mount Forest. 


43 . . Albion. 


71 


Milford. 


72 Mount Forest. 


44 R. f. c . . Barrie. 


72 sup'd. 


Scarboro'. 


73 Mount Forest. 


45 ... Prescott. 


73 sup'd. 


Scarboro'. 


74 . . . London Conf. 


46 Hull. 


74 ... 


Toronto Conf. 



80 



MINISTERS AND PROBATIONERS. 



COLLING, JOSEPH S. 


1866 s. V. c. 


. Cobourg. 


COOLEY, WILLIAM M. 


1862 c. , St. Vincent. 

63 k. on t . Cookstown. 

64 s. v. c. Cobourg. 

65 s. v. c . . Cobourg. 


67 R.F.C. & 

68 sup'd 

69 sup'd 
Died Jan. 


o Milford. 
Pittsburg. 
Pittsburg. 

7th, 1870, aged 33 


1857 e. cm t Walpole Island. 

58 . . Penetanguishene 

59 . . Penetanguishene 

60 . . St. Andrews. 


66 . . Newmarket and 


years. 




61 e.f.c &o Walpole Island. 


Aurora. 







62 Walpole Island. 


67 e.f.c. &o Muskoka. 

68 . Mono. 


CONSTABLE, THOMAS 

TTT k X TT XT1 T\ 


63 ....... Saugeen and 

Southampton. 


69 Rosemont. 


WALKER. 


64 . . Saugeen and 


70 Rosemont. 

71 : HuUsville. 

72 ... Nanticoke. 

73 .... Nanticoke. 


1843 c. 

44 e. oni. 

45 

46 ... 


. Amherstburg. 

Amherstburg. 

Amherstburg. 
. Woodstoek. 


Southampton. 
65 ... Rem. to U. S. 


74 . . London Conf. 


47 .. 


Warwick and 

Adelaide. 


COONEY, ROBERT, D.D. 


COLLING, THOMAS, B.A. 


48 ... 
49 


Elizabeth town. 
Elizabethtown. 


1831 ) ( Eastern 
to > . . < British 


1862 c. . . . HuUsville. 


50 R.F.C. & 


o Carlton and 


37 ) ( America. 


63 E. out. Arran. 




Pakenham. 


38 ... Odelltown. 


64^1 


51 .. 


Carlton and 


39 Odelltown. 


to J-u.v.o. Cobourg. 




Pakenham. 


40 Stanstead. 


68 J 


52 ... 


. St. Andrews. 


41 .... Stanstead. 


69 e.f.c. &o Dundas. 


53 


St. Andrews. 


,„ I Stanstead. 


70 . . . . . Oakville. 


54 .... 


St. Andrews. 


j Montreal. 


71 . . . Lachine. 


55 ... 


Melbourne. 


43 ... Montreal. 


72 .. „ . . . . Lachine. 


56 


Melbourne. 


44 ... Montreal. 


73 . . Lachine. 


57 ... 


. Melbourne. 




74 . . London Conf. 


58 


Eaton. 


46 Toronto West. 


A graduate of Victoria Univer- 


59 
60 


Eaton. 

TCfl t.OTl 


47 ) ( Eastern 
to > . < British 


sity— B.A. 1869. 


61 


Clarenceville. 


54 ) ( America. 





62 .... 


Clarenceville. 


55 ... St. John's. 


CONNOLLY, DANIEL. 


63 
64 


Clarenceville. 
Dunham. 


56 Guelph. 

57 ... . . Guelph. 


1857 e. on T Morris. 


65 


Dunham. 


58 j chm-n | L d 


58 St. Mary's. 


66 .. 


Dunham. 


59 ( DIST. \ JJUmlu "- 


59 ... Howick. 


67 ... 


St. Armand. 


60 .'. St. Catharines. 


60 . . . . Stratford. 


68 


. St. Armand. 


61 ) 


61 e.f.c. &o Kincardine. 


69 ... 


. St. Armand. 


to > sup'd St. Catharines. 


62 . . Kincardine. 


70 


. Aultsville. 


67) 


63 . Kincardine. 


71 


. Aultsville. 


68 sup'd. Toronto North. 


64 Paisley. 


72 


Aultsville. 


69 Toronto North. 


65 . . Harrington. 


73 


. "Spencerville. 


Died March 17th, 1870, aged 


66 Harrington. 


74 


. Montreal Conf. 


70 years. 


67 . . . L'Orignal. 








68 North Wakefield 


Delegate to the First General 




69 f. sec. . Richmond. 


Conference, Toronto, 1784. 


COPWAY, GEORGE. 


70 f. sec. Richmond. 








71 f. sec. Richmond. 






(ka-ka-ge-bow.) 


72 Sherbrooke. 


COOK, WILLIAM HENRY. 


1843 e.f.c. &o Saugeen. 


73 . . Sherbrooke. 






44 Saugeen. 


74 . . Montreal Conf. 


1870 c. 


. Denbigh and 








Mattawachin. 


46 . . . Located. 




71 E. on t 


Denbigh. 




CONNOR, MATTHEW 


72 OED 


Denbigh and 


Died July 15th, 1869, aged 59 


1840 E. on t Pembroke. 


73 


Abinger. 
. Marmora. 


years. 


41 ... Pembroke. 

42 s. v. c. . Cobourg. 


74 . 


Toronto Conf. 


CORBETT, JOHN. 


43 s. v. c, Cobourg. 







1846 ~) c Presbyterian 


44 .... Cartwright and 
Man vers. 


COOKMAN, 


CHRISTOPHER. 


to \ { Church of Can- 

62 J I ada. 


45 ... Crosby. 


1865 c. 


. Drayton. 


63 e. on t . . Mono. 


46 e.f.c. &o Newborough. 


66 e. on T. 


. Wellesley. 


64 e. f. c . Kleinburg. 


47 . . . . Scugog. 


67 


Georgetown. 


65 .... Kleinburg. 


48 .... Located. 


68 


. Point Abino. 


66 ... Flinton and Ad- 





69 E.F.C. & 


o Exeter. 


dington Road. 


CONNOR, SAMUEL. 


70 .. . 
71 


Nissouri. 
Nissouri. 


67 Flinton and Ad- 

dington Road. 


1863 c. Denbigh. 


72 


Nissouri. 


68 , . Flinton and Ad- 


64 e. on t Tamworth. 


73 


Berlin. 


dington Road. 


65 Tamworth. 


74 


London Conf. 


69 Playfair. 



WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



81 



1870 
71 

72 
73 
74 



Playfair. 
Playfair. 
Grenville. 
Grenville. 
Montreal Conf. 



CORNISH, GEORGE HENRY. 



1858 
59 
60 
61 
62 
63 
64 
65 
66 
67 
68 
69 
70 
71 
72 
73 
74 



R.F.C.&O 



F. SEC . 
F. SEC. . 



Mitchell. 

Clinton. 

Kincardine. 

Newcastle. 

Beaverton. 

Beaverton. 

Glanford. 

Glanford. 

Cainsville. 

Cains ville. 

( 'ainsville. 

Rockwood. 

Rockwood. 

Pickering. 

Pickering. 

Pickering. 

London Oonf. 



Author of the ' ' Hand Book of 
Canadian Methodism," published 
in 1867. 

Journal Secretary of the Con- 
ference for the years 1872, 1873, 
and 1874. 



COSFORD, THOMAS. 



CORSON, ROBERT. 



1822^) 
to L 

32 J 

33 .. 

34 .. 

35 .. 
36 

37 .. 
38 

39 .. 

40 .. 

41 . 
42 

43 .. 

44 .. 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 

51 
52 
53 . 
54 



V.) 

56 . 

57 . 

58 i 
to V sup'd . Cobourg, 

72 J 

73 sup'd 

74 .. 



Methodist 
Episcopal 
Conference. 
Yonge Street. 
Newmarket. 
Whitby. 
Whitby. 
Dumfries. 
Dumfries. 
Simcoe. 
Simcoe. 
Napanee. 
Napanee. 
Bath and Isle of 
Tanti. 
Consecon. 
Sheffield. 
Warwick. 
Adelaide. 
Norwich. 
Norwich. 
Gosfield. 
Chippewa. 
Crowland. 
Cainsville. 
Cainsville. 
Erin. 

Kleinburg. 
Kleinburg. 



Cainsville. 
London Conf. 



1839 R. oni.. 

40 ... 

41 .... 

42 ... . 

43 R.F.C.&O 

44 
45 
46 

47 

48 ... 

49 

50 

51 

52 .. .. 

53 

54 

55 

56 

57^ 

58 

59 

60 

61 J 

62 

63 

64 

65 

66 

67 

68 

69 

70 

71 

72 

73 

74 



^ z, ^ 
5 a ■£ 



CHMN. 
P. DIST 



Murray. 
Grimsby. 
St. Catharines. 
Simcoe. 
Nelson. 
Nelson. 
Guelph. 
Guelph. 
York. 
Seneca. 
Nelson. 
Nelson. 

Drummondville. 
Drummondville. 
Drummondville. 
Bowman ville. 
Bowman ville. 
Bowmanville. 
' Stratford. 
Goderich. 
Goderich. 
Goderich. 
.St. Mary's. 
St. Mary's. 
Yonge St. South. 
Yonge St. South. 
Yonge St. South. 
Millbrook. 
Millbrook. 
Millbrook. 
Whitby. 
Whitby. 
Strathroy. 
Strathroy. 
Strathroy. 
London Conf. 



Delegate to the First General 
Conference, Toronto, 1874. 



COTTON, WILLIAM. 



1845 c. . . Bath. 

,., ( R, OUT I , , , 

ib ] s. v. c. ( <Jobour g- 

47 Sherbrooke,C.W 

48 Dropped. 



COX, HENRY. 

1846 R. otit&o Quebec. 

47 . . Quebec. 

48 Dunham. 
\ Montreal. 
| Wesleyville. 

50 Wesleyville. 

51 ... . Rem. to IT. S., 
and united with the Methodist 
Episcopal Church. In 1874 he 
was Chaplain of the Y. M. C. A. 
in San Francisco, and a member 
of the Howard Street Quarterly 
Conference. 



49 



CRAGG, EDWARD. 



1854 c. 

55 R. on T. 

56 .... 

57 .. 



Point Levi. 
Chaudiere. 
Dudswell. 
Millbrook. 

Newcastle. 



1858 
59 
60 
61 
62 
63 
64 
65 
66 
67 
68 
69 
70 
71 
72 
73 
74 



.F.c.&o Wallaceburg. 

Wallaceburg. 

Wallaceburg. 

Mount Brydges. 

Mount Brydges. 

Howick. 

. . Howick. 
. . Howick. 

Teeswater. 

Teeswater. 

Teeswater. 

Bayfield. 

Bayfield. 
. . Tyreonnell. 
.. Tyreonnell. 

Smithfield. 

Toronto Conf. 



CRAIG, WILLIAM. 



1870 c. . . 


Erin. 


71 R. on t 


Chandos. 


72 


( Bobcaygeon. 
j Minden. 


73 
74 


Hall's Bridge. 
Montreal Conf. 


CRANE, ISAAC. 


1855 R. onr. 
56 


■ Fredericksburg 
Delhi. 


57 ORD . . 


Morris. 


58 


Morris. 


59 R. F. ('. 


Elma. 


60 


Elma. 


61 ... 


Elma. 


62 


Rockwood. 


63 


Wellesley. 


64 
65 
66 


Wellesley. 
Wellesley. 
Drayton. 


67 


Drayton. 


68 .. 

69 ... 


Drayton. 
Peel. 


70 .. 


Peel. 


71 


Peel. 


72 ... 


. Londesboro'. 


73 .... 


Londesboro'. 


74 


London Conf. 



CREIGHTON, KENNEDY. 



1836 ) 




to } 


. . . New Connexion 


39 ) 


Conference 


40 c. 


. . I'etei'lioMi'. 


41 R.F.C 


&o Grand River. 


42 


Gosfield and 




Howard 


43 


. . St. Thomas. 


44 .. 


. . St. Thomas. 


45 .. 


Simcoe. 


46 .. 


. . Simcoe. 


: 47 


1 Dundas. 
( AVoodstock. 


48 ... 


Woodstock. 


49 


Woodstock. 


50 


. . . Grand River. 


51 .. 


. . Brantford. 


52 


Brantford. 


53 ... 


Bvtown. 



82 



MINISTERS AND PROBATIONERS. 



1854 CHMN. 

55 .. 

56 

57 sttp'd. 

58 

59 ... 

60 



61 



62 



CHMN 

baer'e 

DIST. 



Bytown and 

London. 

. St. Catharines. 

St. Catharines. 

London. 

Collingwood. 

Collingwood. 
r Newmarket and 
Aurora. 
I Newmarket and 
} Aurora. 

I Newmarket and 
L Aurora. 

Prescott. 

Dundas. 

Dundas. 

Bruce Mines. 

Bruce Mines. 

Bruce Mines. 

Innisfil. 

Owen Sound. 

Owen Sound. 

Owen Sound. 

Orillia. 

Toronto Conf. 



Secretary of Conference, 1859. 
Delegate to the First General 
Conference. Toronto, 1874. 



CREIGHTON, WILLIAM. 



63 CHMN. 

64 F. SEC 

65 F. SEC 



• CHMN. 



1850 c 


Glanford. 


51 K. on T. 


Chippewa. 


52 .... 


Goderich. 


53 


Chatham. 


54 b.f.c. &o Kincardine. 


55 ... 


Rawdon and 




Wesleyville. 


56 


Rawdon. 


57 


Rawdon. 


58 


Lochabar. 


59 


Lochabar. 


60 


Lachabar. 


61 


Clarendon. 


62 . . .. 


Clarendon. 


63 ... 


Clarendon. 


64 ... . 


Renfrew. 


65 ... 


Renfrew. 


66 . 


Portage-du-Fort. 


67 


Portage-du-Fort. 


68 


Portage-du-Fort. 


69 F. SEC . 


, Renfrew. 


70 ... 


Fitzroy Harbour. 


71 .... 


. Fitzroy Harbour. 


72 


. Fitzroy Harbour. 


73 sup'd . . 


. Almonte. 


74 


Montreal Conf. 



CREWS, THOMAS. 

1851 b. omT.. Kincardine. 

52 Kincardine, 

53 London Circuit. 

54 obd London Circuit. 

55 k. f. c . . Warwick. 

56 . . . . . Warwick. 

57 . . . . Westminster. 

58 . . Westminster. 

59 Westminster. 

60 Fingal. 

61 Fingal. 

62 Fingal. 



1863 
64 

65 

66 
67 
68 
69 
70 
71 
72 
73 
74 



Bayham. 
. Bayham . 
{ Bayham. 
j Fingal. 

Fingal. 

Fingal. 
. Belmont. 

Belmont. 
. Belmont. 

Salford. 

Salford. 
. Salford. 
. London Conf. 



CROOKSHANKS, SIMON. 

1872 c Franklin Centre. 

73 b. d»t. Island Brook. 

74 .■ . Montreal Conf. 

CROSBY, THOMAS. 

1868 K. on t , 

69 

70 

LY J- Indian Tribes, 

72 e.'f'.c. J B - C - 

73 J 

74 ... Toronto Conf. 



CROSS, WILLI AM. 



1856 c 



57 
58 
59 
60 
61 
62 
63 
64 
65 
to 
68 
69 
70 
71 
72 
73 
74 



R. on T . 



B.F.C. &0 



Elora and Sau- 

geen Road. 
Wallace. 
Elora. 
Alma. 
Erin. 

Durham W. 
Durham W. 
Hanover. 
Hanover. 

Saugeen and 

Southampton. 
Walpole Island. 
Walpole Island. 
Oneida. 
Oneida. 
Oneida. 
London Conf. 



CROZIER JAMES G. 



CROSSCOMBE, WILLIAM. 

( Eastern British 
. . . < America Con- 
( ference. 

Montreal. 
Montreal. 
. . Quebec. 
.... Quebec. 
.... Quebec. 
... E. B. A. Conf. 



1810 
to 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 



CROTHERS, WM. J., B.A. 



Huntingdon. 
Huntingdon. 
Montreal Conf. 

A graduate of McGill Univer- 
sity, Montreal— B.A. , 1872. 



1872 e. ont. 
73 
74 



1872 c 

73 B. OUT. 

74 ,-■ 



Harriston. 
Newburg. 
Montreal Conf. 



CULBERT, THOMAS. 



1850 b 

51 . 

52 s. 
53 

54 b 
55 
56 
57 . 

58 

59 

60 

61 

62 

63 

64 

65 

66 

67 

68 . 

69 

70 

71 . 

72 

73 

74 



on T . Bradford. 

Barrie. 
v. c Cobourg. 

.. Peel. 
F.c &o Proton. 

St. Vincent. 
.... Arthur. 

....... Mount Forest 

and Arthur. 
... Mount Forest 

find Arthur. 
..... Warwick. 

Warwick. 
. . . Mooretown. 

Mooretown. 

Mooretown. 
Romney. 
Romney. 
Romney. 
Arnherstburg. 
. ... Arnherstburg. 
Wallaceburg. 
Wallaceburg. 
Homing's Mills. 
Homing's Mills. 
Homing's Mills. 
Toronto Conf. 



CULHAM, JOHN. 

1830-| 

to V . . . . New Connexion 

40 J Conf. 

41 -i B. F. c. 

to Istjp'y. . Yonge Street. 
■ 44J 
45^1 

to V sup't Humber. 
52 J 

Died December 2nd, 1852, aged 
76 years. 



1861 
62 
63 
64 
65 
66 
67 
68 



CULLEN, THOMAS. 

e. out Kincardine. 
.... Howick. 

Wawanosh. 
s. v. c . Cobourg. 
s. v. c. Cobourg. 



e.f.c. &o Bridgewater. 



Bridgewater. 
Bridgewater. 
69 Demorestville. 



70 
71 
72 
73 

74 



Demorestville. 
Demorestville. 
Sidney. 
Sidney. 
Toronto Conf. 



CUNNINGHAM, ANDREW. 

1867 c Newmarket and 

Aurora. 
68 B. out Innisfil. 



WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



83 



1869 Cookstown. 




CURRIE, JAMES. 


CURRY, 


ERASTUS. S. 


70 .. Yonge St. North. 










71 .. Yonge St. North. 


1829^1 


( Methodist 


1861 R. 011 T. 


Eganville. 


72 r.f.c. &0 Hamilton Third. 


to 


\ .... 4 Episcopal 


62 


. Alice. 


73 .. .. Cooksville. 


32 J 


I Conference. 


63 s. v. c . 


. Cobourg. 


74 . . Toronto Conf. 


33 


r.f.c. &o "Waterloo. 


64 s. v. o 


Cobourg. 




34 


Richmond. 


65 


Shawbridge. 




35 


Richmond. 


66 R.F.C.& 


o Shawbridge. 




36 


Elizabethtown. 


67 . . . 


. Fitzroy Harbour. 


CUNNINGHAM, ROBERT. 


37 

38 


Crosby. 
Augusta. 


68 
69 


Fitzroy Harbour. 
Fitzroy Harbour. 


1873 R. out. Oakwood. 


39 


Augusta. 


70 


. Sault Ste. Marie. 


74 Dropped. 


40 


. . Perth. 


71 .. .. 


. Sault Ste. Marie. 




41 


Perth. 


72 


Garden River. 




42 


Waterloo. 


73 .. 


Garden River. 




43 


Located. 


74 


Toronto Conf. 



D. 



DANIEL, GEORGE. 

1871 R. out. Adelaide. 

72 . . . . Wyoming. 

73 Wyoming. 
74 London Conf. 



DARLINGTON, ROBERT. 



Whitby. 
Nelson. 
Nelson. 
Peterboro'. 



44 R.y. o.&o Peterboro'. 




Colborne. 
Colborne. 



47 Markham. 



Located on 
count of 
health. 



ac- 
ill 



sup't Whitby. 

Toronto Conf. 



DAVEY, ROBERT. 

1868 e. out.. Baltimore. 

69 Stirling. 

70 ... Dundas. 

71 Glanford. 

72 r.f. c.& o Ainleyville. 

73 ... Brussels. 

74 ... London Conf. 



DAVIDSON, JOHN C. 

1827 ) (-Methodist 

to > 1 Episcopal 

32 ) l Conference. 

33 ord .... Belleville. 
34 Kingston. 

35 Toronto. 

36 Hallowell. 

37 Hallowell. 



1838 Hamilton and 

Stoney Creek. 

39 . . Hamilton and 

Aucaster. 

40 sec. conf Kingston. 

41 chmn. Bay Quinte Dist. 
42 Toronto. 

43 Peterboro'. 

44 . . Peterboro'. 

45 . . Bytown. 

46 . . Bytown. 

47 . . Quebec. 

48 . . Quebec. 

49 . . . Odelltown. 

50 Odelltown. 

51 ... Odelltown. 

52 . . . St. John's. 

53 St. John's. 

54 . . . . Withdrew and 
united with the Episcopalian 
Church. He is now (1880) in 
charge of a congregation in Hem- 
mingford, Quebec. 



DAVIES, JOHN. 



1855 
56 
57 
58 
59 
60 
61 
62 
63 
64 
65 
66 
67 
68 
69 
70 
71 
72 
73 
74 



c. 

R. on T . 

ORD 



F. C. 



STJP D 



SUP D . 



Hatley. 

Hatley. 

Farnham. 

Farnham. 

St Armand. 

St. Armand. 

Georgeville. 

George ville. 

Granby. 

Granby. 

Granby. 

Frelighsburg. 

Frelighsburg. 

Frelighsburg. 

Sutton. 

Sutton. 

Sutton. 

Granby. 

St. Armand. 

Montreal Conf. 



DAVIS, GEORGE H. 



1842 R. on t. . 

43 . . 

44 ORD 

45 

46 R. F. c. . 

47 .. 
48 

49 

50 

51 
52 
53 

54 

55 

56 

57 f. sec. . . 

58 

59 f. sec. . 

60 F. SEC. . 

61 

62 GOV. F. c 

63 ) CHMN. ( 

64 > bar'ie < 

65 ) DIST. [ 



66 ^ 

67 ]■ 

68 J 
69^| 
70 [ 
71 J 
72 
73 
74 



CHMN. 
DIST. 



CHMN. 
DIST. 



Institution, Eng. 

Institution, Eng. 

Montreal. 

Montreal. 

Montreal. 

Kingston 

Toronto West. 

Toronto West. 

St. John's. 

St. John's. 

Huntingdon. 

Huntingdon. 

Cobourg. 

Cobourg. 

Brockville. 

Brockville. 

St. John's. 

St. John's and 

Chambly. 
St. John's and 

Chambly. 
Three Rivers. 
Hamilton. 
Barrie. 
Barrie. 
Barrie. 
Quebec. 
Quebec. 
Quebec. 
Peterboro' 
Peterboro', 
Peterboro' 
Brantford. 
Brantford. 
Montreal Conf. 



Delegate to the First General 
Conference, Toronto, 1874. 



DAVIS, HEMAN. 



1833 R. onr.. 
34 

35 

36 



Sidney. 
Cobourg. 
Murray. 
Located. 



84 



MINISTERS AND PROBATIONERS. 



DAYMAN, ABRAHAM. 


DB GftUCHY, EDWARD. 


DEVERELL, WILLIAM. 


1844 R. on t . . Asphodel. 


18 ll °" . 1 Bolton, French 


1835 r. 


on T . Peterboro'. 


45 . . . - Brock. 


72r. OW t. 'Mission. 


36 .. 


; . Murray. 


46 Consecon. 


73 . . . ) 


37 


. . Bay Quinte. 


47 ... Colhorne. 


74 Montreal Conf. 


38 


... Dropped. 


48 r.f.c. &o Sheffield. 

49 . . . Marmora. 

50 Madoc. 

51 ...... Rawdon. 


DEMOREST, THOMAS. 

1819^1 ("Methodist 
to V . . { Episcopal 


DEWART, EDWARD 
HARTLEY. 


52 Shannonville. 


26 J I Conference. 


1851 c 


St. Thomas. 


53 Shannonville. 


27 ) 


52 R. 


on t . . St. Thomas. 


54 , .. ... Wilton. 


to > . . . . Located. * 


53 .. 


.... Port Hope. 


55 sup't. . . Wilton. 


40 j 


54 


Thorold. 


56 . . . Elgin. 


41 Picton. 


55 k.f.c. &o Dundas. 


57 stjp'd. Elgin. 


42 . . . Rideau. 


56 


St. Andrews. 


58 ... Morpeth. 


43 Brockville. 


57 


St. Andrews. 


59 , . Morpeth. 


44 . . . Peterboro'. 


58 , 


Odelltown. 


60 . . Morpeth. 


45 ... St. Catharines. 


59 . = 


Odelltown. 


61 . . . Holland Landing 


46 .... Grimsby. 


60 . 


Montreal West. 


62 stjp'd... Whitby. 


47 York. 


61 F. 


sec . . St. John's. 


Died April 13th, 1863, aged 45 
years. 


48 Humber. 

49 ) ( 
, / \ Agent for Con- 

( ) nexional Funds. 


62 f. 
63 
64 .. 


sec St. John's. 

Collingwood. 




54 ) ( 


65 ... 


. . Toronto North. 


DEACON, JOSEPH. 


55 •. Prince Albert. 

56 Prince Albert. 


66 
67 


. . Toronto North. 
Toronto North. 


1868 c Franklin Centre. 


57 , Millbrook. 


68 f. 


sec Ingersoll. 


69 R. on T Angus. 


58 Peel. 


69 ) 


• 


70 . .. Orillia. 


59 




to^ 


, . v . Editor Christian 


71 . . . . Sharon and 


to 


Agent for Book 


73) 


Guardian. 


Mount Albert. 


62 


Room. 


74 


Toronto Conf. 


_„ I Pickering. 
' ( Newcastle. 


63 

to 
71 


sup'd Percy. 


Delegate to the First General 
Conferenee. Toronto. 1874. 


73 r.f.c.&o Wellesley. 








74 . . London Conf. 


Died January 24th, 1872, aged 








74 years. 


De WOLFE, CHARLES, M.A. 








1837) 






DE PUTRON, JOHN. 


*2f 


.... Eastern British 


DEAN, HORACE. 




47) 


America. 




1815 r. out. England. 


48 


Montreal. 


1830~> ( Methodist 
31 \ • • • \ Episcopal 


16 ord. . Montreal. 


49 


.... Montreal. 


17 William Henry. 


50 


Montreal. 


32 J I. Conference. 


18 Kingston. 


51 


Quebec. 


33 Gosfield. 


19 R. f. c. Melbourne. 


52 ... 


.... Three Rivers. 


34 Gosfield. 


20 Melbourne. 


53 ... 




35 R.F.C.& o Newmarket. 


21 . . French Mission. 


54 ... 


. . . . Three Rivers. 


36 ... Newmarket. 


22 Bentonville. 


55 .. 


E. B. A. Conf. 


37 Whitby. 


23 ... Odelltown. 






38 , Whitby. 


24 St. Armand. 






39 ... Brock. 

40 Brock. 

41 ... Toronto Circuit. 

42 . Snake Island. 


Died Sept. 21st, 1859, aged 71 
years. 


DICKS 

1851 r. c 

52 ori 


SON, G. N. A. F. T. 
n t . Montreal. 
) Montreal and 


43 Snake Island. 







Wesleyville. 


44 Barrie. 

45 . Barrie. 
46) 

to > Rama. 

49) 

50 Beausoliel and 

French River. 

51 . . Beausoliel and 

French River. 

52 Rama. 

53 Rama 


DERRICK, THOMAS. 

1857 ) 


53 
54 
55 r. i 


Kingston. 
Hamilton. 
". c Niagara. 


to \ c. . Danville, C.E. 
60 p 


56 
57 


Niagara. 
Drummon d ville. 


61 C Acton vale. 

62 c. ... Leslieville. 


58 .. 

59 ... 


Drummondville. 
Drummondville. 


63 r. on t . . Leslieville. 

64 . . . . . Montreal East. 

65 r.f.c.&o Montreal East. 

66 Kingston. 


60 ... 

61 ... 
62 

63 SUP 


Whitby. 

Whitby. 
. .... Whitby. 
'd. Whitby and 


*J%j • • ■ • JlXiCLLIICL* 

54 . . Rama. 

55 . . Yonge Street. 
56) 

to > sup'd. . Yonge St. North. 
66) 


67 Hamilton. 




Oshawa. 


68 Cariboo, B.C. 

69 Cariboo, B.C. 


64 
65 


St. John's. 


70 .... Cariboo, B.C. 
71) 


66 ... 
67 


. . , Cornwall. 


72 > Nanaimo and 


68 


Cornwall. 


Died Nov. 4th, 1866, aged 68 


73 ) Maple Bay. 


69 f. s 


EC . . Bowmanville. 


years. 


74 


... . Toronto Conf. 


70 F. 8 


ec . . Bowmanville. 



WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



1871 f. sec . . Bowmanville. 

72 St. Thomas. 

73 f. sec St. Thomas. 
74 London Conf. 



DIGNAM, WILLIAM. 



1840 r. on t. 
'41 
42 

43 ORD 

44 R. F. c. 

45 .... 

46 

47 

48 .. 

49 ... 
50 

51 ... 
52 

53 

54 

55 .. 
56 

57 

58 ) 

59^ ... 

60 ) 

61 

62 

63 

64 sup'd. . 



Buckingham. 
St. Andrews. 
Clarendon. 
Warwick. 
Warwick. 
Gosfield and 

Tilbury. 
London Circuit. 
Stratford & Peel. 
Stratford. 
Stratford. 
Mono. 
Mono. 
Mono. 
Gosfield. 
Gosfield. 
Morpeth. 
Morpeth. 
Morpeth. 

Devonshire and 
McGillivray. 
Belmont. 
Wyoming. 
Wyoming. 
London South. 



Died July 22nd, 1864, aged 56 
years. 



DINGMAN, GARRETT J. 

1853 c. ... Lindsay. 

54 R. on T. . Lindsay. 

55 Wilton and 

Loughboro' 

56 ord St. Vincent. 

57 R. F. u Elgin. 
58 Elgin. 

59 ... Elgin. 

60 Shannonville. 

61 Long Isld Locks. 

62 . . Long Isld Locks. 

63 ... North Wakefield. 

64 North Wakefield. 

65 New Glasgow. 

66 New Glasgow. 

'67 . . Demorestville. 

68 .... Demorestville. 

69 ... Bridgewater. 
/0 ..... Bridgewater. 

71 • • ■ Bridgewater. 

72 . . Wellington. 

73 Wellington. 

74 Toronto Conf. 



DIXON, JAMES. 

1856 c Brampton. 

57 R. on T . . Brampton. 

58 .... London. 

59 Rem. to U. S. 



DIXON, WILLIAM. 



1843 R. on t 
44 .... 



Woodstock. 
Dropped. 



DOCHSTADER, JOHN W. 

1863) 

to } . 

71 i 

72 

73 ORD 

74 



New Connexion 
Conference. 
Grimsby. 
Acton. 
Toronto Conf. 



DOEL, JOHN. 



1852 
to 
57 
58 

59 .. 

60 .. .. 

61 .. 
62 

63 

64 

65 sup'd 

66 

67 
68 

69 sup'y 

70 

71 

72 sup'y 

73 sup'y 

74 



New Connexion 
Conference. 

Thamesford. 

Nissouri. 

Devonshire and 
McGillivray. 
. Devonshire. 

Florence. 

Walsingham. 
J Ingersoll. 
\ St. Clair. 

Walpole. 

Cape Crocker. 
. Cape Crocker. 

Toronto. 

Cape Crocker. 

Brudenell and 
Carlow. 

Yorkville. 

Yorkville. 

Toronto Conf. 



DOREY, GIFFORD. 

1846 r.owt.&o Montreal. 
47 

48 ... 
49 

50 R. F. C. 

51 

52 .... 

53 

54) 

55 \ ... 

56) 

57 .... 

58 f. sec 

59 F. SEC 

60 f. sue 

61 F. SEC 

62 F. SEC 

63 ... 

and united 



Quebec. 

Sherbrooke. 

Odelltown. 

Leeds. 

Leeds. 

Leeds. 

St. Armand. 

Shefford and 

Granby. 
Newburg. 
Newburg. 
Newburg. 
Toronto West. 
Toronto West. 
Toronto West. 
Rem. to England 
with the English 



Wesleyan Conference. He is 
now (1879) in charge of the Sea- 
man s Mission, Commercial Road 
East, London. 



DORION, JOSEPH ARCH'D. 

1858 r. out.. Durham, F.M. 

59 .... Durham. 

60 Quebec, F.M. 

61 .... Quebec. 



1862 r.f.c.&o Quebec, 

63 . . Quebec, 

64 Quebec, J- F.M. 

65 Quebec, 

66 Quebec, j 

67 Sauble. 

68 .... Sauble. 

69 . . Sauble. 

70 Roxton Pond. 

71 . . ... Roxton Pond. 

72 Roxton Pond. 

73 ... Shefford. 

74 .... Montreal Conf. 

DOUGLAS, GEORGE, LL.D. 

1848 c ... Melbourne, C. E 

49 r. ou t . Bermuda. 

50 Bermuda. 

51 sup'y. No Station — ill 

health. 

52 ord . . Montreal East. 

53 R. f. c . Montreal East. 

54 . . Kingston. 

55 Kingston. 

56 ... Kingston. 

57 Toronto West. 

58 Toronto West. 

59 Toronto West. 

60 .... Hamilton. 

61 ... Hamilton. 

62 . Hamilton. 

63 sup'd. Montreal Centre, 

64 ... Montreal West. 

65 . . . Montreal West. 

66 Montreal West. 

67 Montreal Centre. 

68 Montreal Centre. 

69 chmn Montreal Centre. 

70 . Montreal, St. 
Joseph's, &Lachine. 

71 .. Montreal Fourth. 

72 . . MontrealFourth. 

73 .. .. Princ. Theo. Col. 

Montreal. 

74 . . . . Montreal Conf. 

The hon. degree of LL. D. was 
conferred upon him by the Uni- 
versity of McGill College, Mon- 
treal, in 1870. 

Delegate to the First General 
Conference, Toronto, 1874. 

DOUGLAS, JOHN. 



1846 


c. 


Sherbrooke. 


47 


r. Mir.. 


Sherbrooke. 


48 




Odelltown. 


49 




Odelltown. 


50 




Chambly. 


51 


F.R.C.&O 


Chambly. 


52 




Wesleyville. 


53 
54 


sup'y 


Chambly. 


55 






to 


sup'y 


Montreal Centr 


71 






72 




Removed to U. 




DOUSE, JOHN. 


1834 


R. on T . . 


Grand River. 


35 


ORD. 


Grand River. 


36 




St. Catharines. 



86 



MINISTERS AND PROBATIONERS. 



1837 

38 K. f. c. 

39 .. 

40 .. 



41 1 
to V 

44j 



45 
46 

47 . . . . 

48 V 

49 CHMN. 

50 



• CHMN. 



CHMN. 



51 

52 
53 
54 
55 
56 
57 
58^) 

59 [ CHMN. 

60 J 
61 

62 } CHMN. 

63 ' 
64 
65 
66 
67 

68 

69 

70 

71 .. ... 

72 

73 sup'd. 

74 . . 



CHMN. 



Cobourg. 
St. Clair. 
St. Clair. 
St. Clair. 

Belleville. 

Hamilton. 

Hamilton. 

Hamilton. 

Cobourg. 

Kingston. 

Toronto "West. 

Toronto West. 

Toronto West. 

Barrie. 

Barrie. 

Barrie. 

London. 

London. 

Guelph. 

Belleville. 

Belleville. 

Belleville. 

Ottawa. 

Ottawa. 

Ottawa. 

St. John. 

St. John. 

St. John. 

Paris. 

Paris. 

Paris. 

Toronto Third. 

Toronto Conf. 



Co- Delegate of the Conference, 
1858 and 1859. 

Treasurer of the Superannuated 
Ministers' Fund, 1860 to 1874. 

DOWLER, JOHN ALEX- 
ANDER. 
1854 c Osgoode. 

55 r. ore t . Morris. 

56 . . Howick. 

57 s. v. c. . . Cobourg. 

58 r.f.c.&o Bobcaygeon. 

59 . . . . Bobcaygeon. 

60 Bobcaygeon. 

61) 

62 [ Flinton and Ad- 

63 ) dington Road. 
64 Marmora. 

65 Marmora. 

66 Marmora. 

67 .... Bell's Corners. 

68 Bell's Corners. 

69 Elgin. 

70 Elgin. 

71 Elgin. 

72 Glentay. 

73 . . ... . Glentay. 

74 Montreal Conf. 



DOWN, 
1855 c 

56 R. on t . . 
57 



SAMUEL. 
Millbrook. 
Sarnia. 
Chatham. 



1858 s. v. c. . Cobourg. 

59 r.f.c&o Seymour. 

60 Bruce Mines. 

61 . . . Bruce Mines. 

62 ... Bruce Mines. 

63 ... Nottawasaga. 

64 ) ( Garden' River 

65 } .... I and Sault Ste. 

66 ) ( Marie. 

67 Templeton. 

68 Thurso. 

69 Thurso. 

70 .. .. Thurso. 
71) 

72 > Long Isld. Locks 

73) 

74 ... Toronto Conf. 



DOXEE, ARCHELAUS. 



1857 c. 
58 r. on x . 
59 
60 

61 R.F.C &0 

62 

63 .. 

64 

65 

66 
67 
68 .. .. 

69 

70 .. 
71 

72 .. 
73 
74 



Sidney. 

Onslow. 

L'Orignal. 

Point Alexander. 

Onslow. 

Onslow. 

Onslow. 

Brudenell. 

Brudenell. 

Maynooth. 

Marmora. 

Marmora. 

Marmora. 

Shannonville. 

Shannonville. 

Shannonville. 

Tweed. 

Toronto Conf. 



DRAKE, THOMAS. 

1858 R. on t . . Florence. 

59 .... Gosfieldand 

Amherstburg. 

60 Romney. 

Died April 30th, 1861, aged 23 
years. 



DRENNAN, ALEXANDER. 

1855 r 

56 s. 

57 . 
58 

59 r. 
60 
61 
62 
63 

64 . 

65 .. 

66 ... 

67 .. 
68 
69 
70 
71 



. on-v Whitby, 
v. c. . . Cobourg. 

Alnwick Circuit. 
Merrickville. 
f.c. &o Onslow. 
Renfrew. 
Renfrew. 

Holland Landing 

.... Holland Landing 
. . Holland Landing 

Walsingham. 
. . Walsingham. 

Walsingham. 

... Tyrconnell. 
. Gaspe. 
Gaspe. 
. . . Gaspe. 



1872 
73 

74 



Cartwright. 
Metis. 
Montreal Conf. 



DUNDAS, BRABAZON B. 



1869 
70 

71 

72 
73 



R.F.C.&O 



Smith ville. 
Coboconk and 

Bolsover; 
Clarendon and 
Portage du Fort. 
Romney. 
Streetsville. 



74 Toronto Conf. 



DYER, JAMES E. 



1854 c 

55 
56 



57 
58 
59 

60 
61 
62 
63 
64 
65 
66 
67 
68 
69 
70 
71 
72 
73 
74 



ORD. . 
R. F. C 



t Elora. 
\ Guelph. 
R. oni. . Gray. 
. . ... Wallace and 

Elma.. 

Peel. 

Erin. 

Erin and Rock- 
wood.. 

Erin. 

Wellesley. 

Wellesley. 

Georgetown. 

Georgetown. 

Georgetown. 

London South- 
London Soiithi 

London South. 

Westminster. 

Westminster. 

Westminster. 

Lucan. 

Lucan. 

London Conf. 



DYRE, WM. RANKIN. 



1855 c. 


Durham. 


56 r. on t Brant. 


57 ORD 


Arran. 


58 


Arran. 


59 R. F 


. c. Arran. 


60 ... 


. . . Southampton 




and Paisley 


61 ... 


Southampton 




and Paisley. 


62 ... 


Thornbury. 


63 .. 


Thornbury. 


64 . 


Bayfield. 


65 


Bayfield. 


66 


Bayfield. 


67 


Mitchell. 


68 


, Mitchell. 


69 ... 


Mitchell. 


70 ... 


. St. George 


71 


Matilda. 


72 ... 


Matilda. 


73 .... 


Matilda. 


74 .... 


. . . Montreal Conf. 



WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



87 



E. 



EASON, RICHARD. 



1872 c 

73 r. onr. 

n 



Kingston First. 
Montreal Conf. 



EASTMAN, ANDREW C. 
1867 c. 

68 R. OUT. 



69 
70 



Clarendon. 

Alice. 
Calabogie. 
Calabogie. 
Located. 



EB7, CHARLES S., B.A. 
1866 c 



r. on T 
s. v. c. 



67 
to 

70 

71 R.F.C. &0 



72 

73 
74 



Cobourg. 

Preston and 

Paris, Germ. 
Preston and 
Paris, Germ. 
Hamilton, Germ. 
London Conf. 
Editor for some years of Cana- 
dian Evangelist (German Metho- 
dist.) 

Delegate to the First General 
Conference, Toronto, 1874. 

A graduate of Victoria Univer- 
sity— A.B., 1871. 

EDMISON, THOMAS J. 

1868 c. ... Oakwood. 

69 r. on t. Oakwood. 

70 . . Omemee. 

71 s. v. c . . Cobourg. 

72 s. v. c . . Cobourg. 

73 r.f.c.&o Grafton. 

74 Toronto Conf. 



EDMONDS, JABEZ. 



1870 c. 
71 it. 
72 

73 s. 
74 



Nissouri. 
Peel. 
Berlin. 
Cobourg. 
London Conf. 



EDWARDS, ANDREW. 



EDWARDS, ABEL. 

1863 R. om.. Mooretown. 

64 | (No Station— 

65 \ ■•• \ ill health. 

66 Muskoka. 

67 . . range ville. 

68 . . Cooksville. 

69 ) I No Station— 

70 \ ( ill health. 

71 Nissouri. 

72 Aylmer. 

73 r.f.c.&o East Zorra. 

74 London Conf. 



1852 
53 
54 
55 
56 
57 
58 
59 
60 
61 
62 
63 
64 
65 
66 
67 
68 
69 
70 
71 
72 
73 
74 



R. F. C 



C. . . Barrie. 

R. mil. Barrie. 

ord Holland L'ding. 

.... Guelph. 

Kincardine. 

Kincardine. 

Kincardine. 

St. Mary's. 

St. Mary's. 

Cartwright. 

Cartwright. 

Cartwright. 

Lindsay. 

Lindsay. 

Lindsay. 

Exeter. 

Exeter. 

Exeter. 

Fingal. 

Fingal. 

Fingal. 

Belmont. 

London Conf. 



EDWARDS, GEORGE. 



1873 r. on t 

74 



Palestine, Man. 
Toronto Conf. 



EDWARDS, TIMOTHY. 

1857 R. on t. Ingersoll. 
58 St. George. 

59 Rem. to U. S. 



EDWARDS, WM. WATSON. 



1866 c. 

67 R. on t. 

68 .. 

69 ... 

70 s. v. c . 

71 s. v. c 
72 

» 3 } R.F.C.( 

74 



( Harrowsmith 
( and Frontenac. 
\ Bath, 5 months. 
J Erin, 7 months. 

Erin. 
. Listowel. 
. Cobourg. 

Cobourg. 
\ Wallaceburg 
°' I Walpole Isld. 

London Conf. 



ELLIOTT, JAMES. 

1841 c. . . Richmond. 

42 r. on t. Richmond. 



43 
44 



L'Orignal. 
Matilda. 



45 r.f.c.&o Kemptville. 

46 Kemptville. 

47 Kemptville. 

48 ... Hull. 

49 ... Aylmer. 

50 Prescott. 

51 . . Prescott. 

52 ... Prescott. 

53 ... Brockville. 



1854 




. Hamilton. 


55 


Hamilton. 


56 


. Hamilton. 


57 ^ 




Quebec and Point 


58 


CHMN. 


Levi. 


59 




Quebec. 


60 






61 


CHMN . 


Toronto West. 


62 




63 OHMN. . 


Hamilton. 


64 1 




65 \ CHMN 

66) 


Montreal Centre. 




67 CHMN . 


. Hamilton, John 




Street. 


68) 




69 > CHMN. 


London. 


70) 




71 ) 




72 \ OHMN. 


Quebec. 


73) 




74 




. Montreal Conf. 



Secretary of Conference, 1856 
President of Conference, 1867 
Delegate to the General Confer ; 
ence, Toronto, 1874. 



ELLSWORTH, ORRIN 
HAMILTON. 



1852 c 

53 R. on T . , 
54 

55 ORD. .. . 

56 r. f. c. 
57 

58 ... 

59 

60 
61 
62 
63 
64 
65 
66 



Mud Lake. 

Vienna. 

Vienna. 

Paris. 

Paris. 

Paris. 

Stratford. 

Stratford. 

Mitchell. 

Mitchell. 

Bayfield. 

Bayfield. 

Kincardine. 

Kincardine. 

Kincardine. 



Died Jan. 2nd, 1867, aged 49 
years. 

ENGLISH, JOHN. 

1848 j*'™*| Cobourg. 

49 Malahide. 

50 . . . Brantford. 

51 .... Simcoe. 

52 r.f.c.&o Newcastle. 

53 Newcastle. 

54 Stoney Creek. 

55 . . . Stoney Creek. 

56 Grimsby. 

57 Grimsby. 
58 Stirling. 

59 ... Stirling. 

60 Milford. 

61 . . . . Milford. 

62 Milford. 



88 



MINISTERS AND PROBATIONERS. 



1863 ... Trenton. 

64 Trenton. 

65 . Madoc. 

66 . . . Madoc. 

67 Madoc. 

68 Rawdon. 

69 Rawdon. 

70 . . . Rawdon. 

71 ... Farnham. 

72 Farnham. 

73 . . Selby. 

74 . . . . Toronto Conf. 



ENGLISH, NOBLE 
FRANKLIN. 



1845 R. o?i t. 

46 

47 R.F.C. &0 

. 48 
49 
50 
51 
52 
53 
54 
55 
56 
57 
58 
"59 
60 
61 
62 
63 
64 
65 
66 
67 
68 
69 
70 
71 
72 
73 



Hamilton. 

Toronto. 

Demorestville. 

Brock ville. 

Brockville. 

Brockville. 

Bytown. 

Bytown. 

Brantford. 

Brantford. 

Chatham. 

Chatham. 

St. Thomas. 

Cooksville. 

Cooksville. 

Cooksville. 

Goderich. 

Goderich. 

Goderich. 

London South. 

London South. 

Weston. 

Weston. 

Weston. 

Elora. 

Elora. 

Elora. 

London South. 

London South. 



Died May 23rd, 1874, aged 53 
years. 

i 

ENGLISH, WILLIAM. . 

1839 R. am Gambia, W.A. 

40 . . Gambia, W.A. 

41 St. Vincent, W.I. 

42 ... St. Vincent, W.I. 

43 r.fc. &o Tobago, W.I. 

44 Tobago, W.I. 

45 Barbadoes, W.I. 

46 Barbadoes, W.I. 

47 . , Abram's Tuil, 

Dem. 

48 ... Ret. to England. 

49 .... Turk's Isld.W.I. 

50 Turk's Isld.W.I. 



1851 
52 
53 
54 
55 
56 
57 
58 
59 
60 
61 

62 F. SEC 

63 F. SEC 

64 F. SEC 

65 ... 

F. 
F. 
F, 



66 
67 
68 
69 
70 
71 
72 
73 
74 



SEC 
SEC 
SEC 



SEC 
SEC 

SEC 



Turk's Isld, W.I. 

Nassau, New 

Providence. 
Harbour Island. 
Harbour Island. 
Napanee. 
Napanee. 
Napanee. 
Bradford. 
Bradford. 
London Circuit. 
London Circuit. 
Exeter. 
Morrisburg. 
Morrisburg. 
Lyn. 
Lyn. 
Granby. 
Granby. 
Granby. 
Dunham. 
Dunham. 
Montreal Conf. 



Delegate to the First General 
Conference, Toronto, 1874. 



EVANS, EPHRAIM, D.D. 



1827 ) 
to } .. 
32) 

33 ORD 



CHMN 



CHMN. 



Methodist 
Episcopal 
Conference. 
Agent U. C. A. 
Ancaster. 

Editor Christian 
Guardian. 

London District. 

Hamilton. 

London. 



Toronto West. 
( Eastern British 
j America 
( Conference. 

Kingston, 
( Kingston. 
( Victoria, V I. 



chmn. Victoria, V I. 



66 CHMN. 

67 CHMN. 

68 CHMN. 

69 CHMN. 

70 CHMN. 

71 CHMN. 



Nanaimo, B. C. 
Nanaimo, B. C. 
Hamilton 

Centre. 
Yorkville. 
Yorkville. 



1872 
73 

74 



\ Muncey, Mt. El- 
( gin Institution. 
. London Conf. 



Delegate to the First General 
Conference, Toronto, 1874. 



EVANS, JAMES. 



1830 ; 
31 
32' 

33 ORD. 

34 
to 
37 
38 
39 
40 
to 
45 
46 



Methodist 
Episcopal 
Conference. 
St. Catharines. 

St. Clair. 

Lake Superior. 
Guelph. 
Norway House 

and Gen. Supt. 
\ Miss. H. B. T. 
Visiting Eng. 



Died at Keelby, in Lincoln- 
shire, England, Nov. 23rd, 1846, 
aged 46 years. 



EVANS, JOHN SWANTON. 

1847 c. ... Toronto Circuit. 

48 c Seneca. 

49 R. o?i T . St. Thomas. 

( Yonge Street. 

50 ] Toronto East. 

( St. Catharines. 

51 . St. Catharines. 

52 r.f.c.&o Woodstock. 

53 Port Dover. 

54 Odelltown and 

Hemmingford. 

55 Goderich. 

56 ... Goderich. 

57 . . . . Goderich. 

58 ... Mitchell. 

59 Mitchell. 

60 Melbourne. 

61 Melbourne. 

62 . . Danville. 

63 Danville. 

64 ....... Danville. 

65 ) [ Coaticoke and 

66 \ " " ' ' \ Barnston. 

67 . Dunham. 

68 . Dunham, 

69 f. sec. . Spencerville. 

70 f. sec. . Morrisburg. 

71 f. sec. . Morrisburg. 

72 F. sec. Morrisburg. 

73 Uxbridge. 

74 . . Toronto Conf. 

Journal Secretary of Conference, 
1861-1866. 



WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



89 



F. 



FAULKNER, WILLIAM. 

1826 r. oni. Three Rivers. 

27 Melbourne. 

28 .. Three Rivers. 

29 . . Rem. to Nfld. 



FAWCETT, JAMES B. 

1872 c. 

73 ii. out. . Fairfield. 

74 ... Montreal Conf. 



FAWCETT, JOHN. 

1853 c. . . Norwood. 

54 it. on t . . Norwood. 

55 Dropped. 



FAWCETT, MICHAEL. 



1841 c. . . 
42 R. on t . 
43' 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 
53 
54 
55 
56 
57 

58 
59 
60 
61 
62 
63 
64 
65 
66 
67 
68 
69 
70 
71 
72 
73 
74 



R.F.C.&O 















Barrie. 

Sidney. 

Marmora. 

Elizabethtown. 

Elizabeth town. 

Elizabethtown. 

Bath. 

Bath. 

Bowman ville. 

Sidney. 

Sidney. 

Sidney. 

Conseeon. 

Conseeon. 

Conseeon. 

Conseeon. 

Frankford and 

Trenton, 
Grimsby. 
Grimsby. 
Grimsby. 
Smith ville. 
St. George. 
St. George. 
St. George. 
Brampton. 
Brampton . 
Brampton. 
Markham. 
Markham. 
Oakville. 
Oakville. 
High Bluff, Man. 
High Bluff, Man. 
Toronto Conf. 



FAWCETT, THOMAS. 

1832 a ... Dumfries. 

33 k. on t . Toronto Tp. 

34 Newmarket. 

35 Whitby. 

36 Yonge Street. 



1837 
38 
39 

40 

41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 

47 

48 
49 
50 
51 
52 
53 
54 
55 
56 
57 
58 



o St. Thomas. 
Oxford. 
Oxford. 
Malahide. 
Goderich. 
Goderich. 
Guelph. 
Guelph. 

Brantford and 
Grand River' 

Woodstock. 
Sarnia. 
Sarnia. 
Sarnia. 
Chatham. 
St. Mary's. 
St. Mary's. 
St. George. 
St. George. 
St. George. 
Grand River. 
Grand River. 
Grand River. 



Killed by an accident on the 
G. W. R., March 19th, 1859, 
aged 51 years. 



FEAI 


., JAMES. 


1869 R. out. 


Georgetown. 


Died April 


17th, 1870, aged 


29 years. 




FEAR, 


SAMUEL. 


1842 c. . . 


Chinguacousy. 


43 c. . . . 


Chinguacousy. 


44 r. on t 


Brock. 


45 


Jirock. 


46 


Guelph. 


47 R. f. c. 


Gosfield. 


48 ORD 


Chatham. 


49 


Chatham. 


50 


Goderich. 


51 


Goderich. 


52 


Goderich. 


53 


Owen Sound. 


54 


Owen Sound. 


55 


Owen Sound. 


56 ... 


Brock. 


57 


Brock. 


58 


Brock. 


59 ... 


Peel. 


60 


Peel. 


61 


Peel. 


62 


Blenheim. 


63 


Blenheim. 


64 


Elora. 


65 


Elora. 


66 


Elora. 


67^1 

68 [ 

69 J 


1 Sault Ste Marie 
( & Garden River. 


70 .. 


Battersea. 


71 ... 


Battersea. 



1872 . . . Battersea. 

73 ... Tamworth. 

74 ... Montreal Conf. 



FEATHER, THOMAS. 

1858 c Maitland. 

59 r. on t . Opeonga Road. 

60 ... Durham, C. E. 

61 s. v. c . Cobourg. 

62 r.f.c. &o Newmarket 

and Aurora. 

63 .... Barrie. 

64 Thornbury. 

65 Thornbury. 

66 Orillia. 

67 ... Orillia. 

68 ... Arkona. 

69 .... Wellesley. 

70 .. .. Wellesley. 

71 Rem. to Eng. 



FERGUSON, GEORGE. 



1816^1 

to V 

32 J 

33 .... 

34 

35 

36 

37 

38 

39 

40 sup'd . 

41 

42 

to J- 
50 J 

Died January 1st, 1851, aged 
65 years. 



FERGUSON, GEORGE, JR. 



{ Methodist 
J. Episcopal 
I Conference. 

Waterloo. 

Sidney . 

Sidney. 

Prescott and 

Augusta. 

Matilda. 

Matilda. 

Grand River. 

Dumfries. 

Dumfries. 



sup'd . Nelson. 



1863 r. on t 
64 
65 ... 



Lyn. 

Farmersville. 
Newboro' and 

Bedford. 

66 .... Manningville. 

67 r.f.c. &o Washington. 

68 . . . . Waterford. 

69 Port Rowan. 

70 Port Rowan. 

71 Elmira. 

72 Elmira. 

73 Vienna. 

74 London Conf. 



FERGUSON, JOHN. 



1869 c. . . 

70 r. om . 

71 .... 



Hungerford. 

Demorestville. 

Cataraqui. 



90 



MINISTERS AND PROBATIONERS. 



1872 Amherst Isle. 

73 r.f.c.&o Amherst Isle. 

74 . ...... Montreal Conf. 



FERGUSON, THOMAS 
ALEXANDER. 



R. 



1857 c. 
58 r. 
59 
60 
61 
62 
63 
64 
65 
66 

67 ,. 
68 

69 f. 

70 f. 
71 
72 

73 .. 

74 .. 



. . Tutor Vic. Col. 

. on t . Tutor Vic. Col. 

, Agt. for Vic. Col. 

.. Yonge St. North. 

f.c&o Yonge St. North. 

.... Yonge St. North. 

Brampton. 

.... Brampton. 
. . Brampton. 

Waterdown. 
Waterdown. 
Berlin. 
sec Berlin. 
sec . Berlin. 

Darlington. 

Darlington. 

Darlington. 

Toronto Conf. 



FERRIER, ROBT. W., M.A. 

1861 

62 

63 

64 

65 

66 

67 

68 

69 

Died May 2nd, 1870, aged 32 
years. 



c. . . . 

r. ojit.. St. John's, C. E. 
. St. Catharines. 
. Montreal Centre. 
r.f.c.&o Chambly. 

Tutor Vic. Col. 
.... Montreal Centre. 

, . . . Montreal East. 
sup'y . . Montreal Centre. 



FESSANT. EDWIN. 



R. 



1857 c. 

58 
59 
60 
61 
62 
63 

64 .. 

65 .. 
66 
67 
68 
69 
70 

71 

72 f. 

73 f. 

74 , 



071 T. 
V. C. 



r.f.c. &o 



SEC. 
SEC. . 



Gosfield and 

Rochester. 
Milford. 
Cobourg. 
Collingwood. 
Danville. 
Leeds. 
Leeds. 
Leeds. 
Eganville. 
Maberly. 
Maberly. 
Newboro'. 
Newboro'. 
Newboro' 
Clarendon and 
Portage du Fort. 
Portage du Fort. 
Portage du Fort. 
London Conf. 



FIELD, GEORGE H. 



1860 r. onT. 
61 



62 



63 s. v. c 



Millbrook. 
Bath. 
Waterloo — 

Kingston. 
Cobourg. 



1865 
66 
67 
68 
69 



SUPD 

70 sup'd . 

71 sup'd 

72 : ... 



Niagara. 

Niagara. 

Port Dalhousie. 

Port Dalhousie. 

Metis. 

Smithville. 

Smithville. 

Withdrew. 



FIFE, WILLIAM H. 



1869 
70 
71 

72 
73 

74 



r. on T 



R. F. C. & O 



Rosemont. 
Bond Head. 
Drayton. 
Blenheim. 
Sandwich. 
London Conf. 



64 r.f.c.&o Roxborouah 



FISH, CHARLES. 

1848 c. ... Guelph. 

49 R. on T . Guelph. 

50 Peel. 

51 ... Nelson. 

52 r.f.c.&o Bowman ville. 

53 .... Bowmanville. 

54 ... Newburg. 

55 Newburg. 

56 Newburg. 

57 Picton. 

58 . . . Picton. 

59 Toronto West. 

60 Toronto West. 

61 .. Toronto West. 

62 . . . Collingwood. 

63 . . . Collingwood.' 

64 ( ( Kingston, Agent 

65 | ' * " (for Victoria Col. 

66 ... Streetsville. 
67. ... Streetsville. 

68 ... Streetsville. 

69 .... Yonge Street. 

70 ... Yonge Street. 

71 Yonge Street. 

72 ... , Peterboro'. 

73 Peterboro'. 

74 Toronto Conf. 

Delegate to the First General 
Conference, Toronto, 1874. 



1866 
67 
68 
69 
70 
71 
72 
73 
74 



FISHER, JOHN S. 

R. on t . . Cainsville. 

... Cainsville. 

. . Oakville. 

...» Oakville. 

R. f. c. & o Harmony. 

Harmony. 

Harmony. 

... Lucknow. 

London Conf. 



FLANAGAN, JOHN. 



1835 r. on t . 
36 

37 ORD 

38 R. F. c. 
39 



Cobourg. 
London. 
Toronto Circuit. 
Cornwall. 

Tjnp.ated . 



FLANDERS, CHAS. RUSTON. 
on T 



1873 R. 
74 .. 



St. Armand. 
Montreal Conf. 



FLANDERS, RUFUS 
ARLINGTON. 



1841 c. 
42 r. on t . 
43 
44 

45 . 

46 R.F.C&0 

47 .. 
48 

49 
50 
51 
52 
53 
54 
55 
56 
57 
58 
59 
60 
61 

62 

63 CHMN... 

64 CHMN . . 

65 CHMN. 



F. SEC 
F. SEC 
F. SEC 
F. SEC 



Russelltown. 

Russelltown. 

St. Armand. 

St. Armand. 

St. Armand. 

Wesleyville. 

Leeds. 

Leeds. 

Leeds. 

Shefford. 

Shefferd. 

Shefford. 

Shefford. 

Dunham. 

Dunham. 

Dunham. 

Dunham. 

Clarenceville. 

Clarenceville. 

Clarenceville. 

St. Armand. 

St. Armand. 

St. Armand. 

Clarenceville. 

Clarenceville. 



Died October 12th, 1865, aged 
48 years. 

FLETCHER, ASHTON.JR. 

1854 r. on t . . Nelson. 

55 s. v. c Cobourg. 

56 u. v. c Cobourg. 

57 Located. 

A graduate of Victoria Univer- 
sity ; B.A., 1859; LL.B., 1864. 
Is now (1880) a lawyer in Wood- 
stock, Ontario. 



FLETCHER, ASHTON, SEN. 



1855 r. out. 

56 ord . . 

57 

58 

to 

63 

64 ^j 

to \ sup'y 

66 J 

67 sup'y 

68 sup'y 

69 sup'y 
70 
to 
73 
74 



Stouffville. 

Humber. 

Albion. 



sup'y.. . Woodstock. 



Ingersoll. 

Woodstock. 
Woodstock. 
Brampton. 

Hastings. 

Toronto Conf. 



SUP Y 



FLETCHER, DRUMMOND J. 



1851 r. on T. 
52 .. 
K3 



Woodstock. 
Wellesley. 



WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



91 



FLUMMERFELT, CORNELI'S 



c. 



1827 
28 
to 
34 

35 c 

36 c. 

37 e. on t . 

38 OED 

39 e. f. c. . 
40 

41 



42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 
53 
54 
55 
to 
60 



Toronto Circuit. 

Desisted. 

Newmarket. 

Brock. 

Brock. 

Brock. 

Walpole. 

Gosfield and 

Howard. 
Gosfield and 

Howard. 
Thames. 
Chatham. 
Muncey. 
London Circuit. 
London Circuit. 
Mono. 
Bradford. 
Bradford. 
Brock. 
Brock. 
Brock, 
Stouffville. 
Stouffville. 



sup'd. Markham. 



Died Feb. 10th, 1861, aged 73 
years. 



FORD, WILLIAM J. 

Madoc. 
Shannonville. 
Drummondville. 
Dundas. 



1868 c. ... 

69 r. on t . 

70 ... . 
71 



72 r.f.c.&o Waterford. 

73 .... Waterford. 

74 London Conf. 



FORMAN, RICHARD JOHN. 

on T Newmarket. 

Bradford. 
Thorold. 

Grimsby. 
f.c. &o Thamesford. 
. . Georgetown. 

Georgetown. 

Gait. 
.... Elora. 

Elora. 

sec . . Elora. 

Blenheim. 

Blenheim. 

Washington. 

Westminster. 

Westminster. 

London South. 

London South. 

London South. 

Drayton. 

Drayton. 

London Conf. 



1853 e. 


54 .. 


55 .. 


56 .. 


57 e. 


58 .. 


59 .. 


60 


61 .. 


62 .. 


63 f. 


64 f. 


65 f. 


66 


67 


68 


69 


70 


71 


72 


73 


74 .. 



SEC. 
SEC. 



FORSTER, JOSEPH L. 



Delegate to the First General 
Conference, Toronto, 1874. 



1870 c. 

71 E 

72 . 
73 



on t . Milford. 
Bradford. 
Point Levis. 
74 Located. 



FORSYTH, JOSEPH L. 
E. on t . Bruce Mines. 
r.f.c.&o Bruce Mines. 

J Compton and 
1 Coaticoke. 

Hatley. 

Eganville. 

sup'y . Eganville. 
Located. 



FOWLER, HIRAM. 

1855 c Dudswell. 

56 E. on T . Chaudiere. 

57 Sutton. 

58 Sutton. 

59 r.f.c.&o Bearbrook. 

60 Sutton. 

61 Sutton. 

62 Sutton. 

63 Farnham. 

64 ... Farnham. 

65 Farnham. 

66 ... Sutton. 

67 ... Sutton. 

68 Sutton. 

69 .... Eaton. 

70 ... Eaton. 

71 ... Cookshire. 

72 .. Bury. 

73 . . Bury. 

74 Montreal Conf. 

FOWLER, ROBERT, M.D., 
M.R.C.S.E. 



Nelson. 

Oshawa. 

Markham. 

Markham. 
o Toronto East. 
( Wolfe Island. 
( Hamilton. 

Consecon. 

Brantford. 

Yonge St. South. 
. Keene. 
. Keene. 

Frankford. 

Sidney. 

Sidney. 

Sidney. 

Colborne. 
. Colborne. 

Colborne. 

Orillia. 

Orillia. 

Orillia. 
. Fergus. 

London Conf. 

Delegate to the First General 
Conference, Toronto, 1874. 



1853 c. 

54 R. on T . 

55 .. 

56 ... 

57 E.F.C. & 

58 

59 

60 

61 .. 

62 

63 sup'd. 
64 
65 
66 
67 
68 
69 
70 
71 
72 
73 
74 



FRANKLIN, BENJAMIN. 

1872 c Carlton Place. 

73 e. wit. Smith's Falls. 

74 Montreal Conf. 



FRAZEE, ELIAS WETMORE. 



1857 c. 

58 c 

59 e. on t . 

60 

61 



Stratford. 

Wawanosh. 

Bayfield, 

Teeswater. 

Berlin. 



62 r.f.c.&o Peel. 

63 . . Lucknow. 

64 Lucknow. 
55 . . Napier. 

66 . . Oil Springs and 

Petrolia. 

67 Petrolia. 

68 Oil Springs. 

69 . . . . Removed to the 
United States and united 
with the Detroit Conference 
of the Methodist Episcopal 
Church. In 1874 he was 
stationed at Clinton and 
Macon, Adrian District. 



FRESHMAN, CHAS., D.D. 



1860 
to 
63 
64 

to 
68 
69 
70 
71 
72 
73 
74 



E.F.C&O. 



Hamilton Ger- 
man Mission. 



Preston German 
Mission. 
Brighton. 
Lindsay. 
Lindsay. 
Ingersoll. 
Ingersoll. 
London Conf. 



FRESHMAN, JACOB. 



63 c 


Hamilton G. M. 


64 e. on T 


Preston G. M. 


65 


Preston G. M. 


66 


Hamilton G.M. 


67 E.F.C.&O 


Waterloo G.M. 


68 ... 


Heidelburg and 




Grey 


69 sup'd . . 


Brighton. 


70 


Agent Vic. Col. 


71 


Agent Vic. Col. 


72 


Georgeville and 




Magog. 


73 .. 


Gananoque. 


74 ... 


Montreal Conf. 



FYDELL, THOS. ROBERTS. 



1872 c. 

73 R. on t 
74 



Hillsdale and 
Penetanguishene- 
Pittsburg. 
London Conf. 



92 



MINISTERS AND PROBATIONERS. 



G. 



GABIE, ROBERT L. 

1863 k. out. Carlton Place. 

64 . . . . Moulinette. 

65 Fitzroy Harbour. 

66 Fitzroy Harbour. 

67 ....... Brampton. 

68 s. v. c Cobourg. 

Died May 18th, 1869, aged 34 
years. 



GALBRAITH, WILLIAM. 



GARRETT, RICHARD. 



1861 R. 071 T 


Victoria Road. 


62 ... 


Lindsay. 


63 


Bowman ville. 


64 s. v. c . 


Cobourg. 


65 R.F.C. &< 


i Shefford and 




Lawrenceville 


66 


St. Mary's. 


67 .... 


Dorchester. 


68 .... 


Park Hill. 


69 


Streetsville. 


70 


Hamilton East. 


71 


Hamilton East. 


72 ... ... 


Montreal Third. 


73 . 


Montreal Third. 


74 


Montreal Conf. 



GARRETT, JOHN COLQU- 
HOUN. 



1868 
69 
70 

71 
72 
73 
74 



c. 

R. on t 



R.F.C.&O 



L'Orignal. 
Chandos. 
Bath and Am- 
herst Isle. 
Winchester. 
Moulinette. 
North Augusta. 
Montreal Conf. 



GALLOWAY, JOSEPH. 

1869 R. 07i t.. Blenheim. 

70 Blenheim. 

71 ... Romney. 

72 Yonge St. South. 

73 r.f.c. &o Silver Islet. 

74 . ... Toronto Conf. 



GARBUTT, THOMAS E. ; 

1861 r. on t . St. Mary's. \ 

62 Clinton. 

63 ... Bayfield. \ 

64 s. v. c . . Cooourg. 

65 s. v. c Cobourg. i 

66 r.f.c.&o Yonge St. North, j 

67 . . . Yonge St. North. ; 

68 Yonge St. North, j 

69 Montreal South, j 

Died March 19th, 1869, aged ■ 
34 years. 



1835 c. . 

36 c 

37 R. on t. 

38 
39 



Wesleyville. 
St. Armand. 
Stanstead and 

Barnston. 
Dunham. ' 
Located — ill- 
health. 



GATCHELL, JOSEPH. 



!10) 


( Methodist 


to \ .. 


•j Episcopal 


32) 


( Conference 


33 sup'd. 


Long Point. 


34 stjp'd. 


Long Point. 


35 


Dropped. 



Note. — As a member of the 
Wesleyan Conference after the 
Union of 1833, Mr. Gatchell re- 
ceived his superannuation claim 
from the united body. Never- 
theless, in June, 1834, he was one 
of the five who met and organ- 
ized the present Methodist Epis- 
copal Church in Canada, and sub- 
sequently with Culp and Pickett 
ordained John Reynolds as their 
first Bishop. In the MSS. Jour- 
nals of the Conference of 1835, 
the following Resolution appears 
in his case : — " Resolved, that 
Joseph Gatchell, who has with- 
drawn under very dishonourable 
circumstances, is therefore drop- 
ped without any further notice. " 
He, however, became an effective 
worker in the New Church, and 
for several years occupied the po- 
sition of Presiding Elder. He 
died in 1863. 



GEE, DANIEL F. 

1864 r. o?i t Markham. 

65 ... Brock. 

66 Prince Albert. 

67 ... Newcastle. 

68 r.f.c.&o Stouffville. 

69 . . Stouffville. 

70 Stouffville. 

71 .... Alliston. 

72 ... Alliston. 

73 ... Alliston. 

74 Toronto Conf. 



GEE, THOMAS. 

1872 c. Cayuga. 

73 r. 071 t Welland. 

74 .,.».,. London Conf. 



GEMLEY, JOHN. 



1841 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 
53 
54 
55 
56 
57 
58 
59 
60 
61 
62 
63 
64 
65 
66 
67 
68 
69 
70 
to 
73 
74 



c. . . . 

R. 071 T . 



R.F.Q.&O 



F. SEC. 
CHMN. 

CHMN. 

CHMN. 

CHMN. 

CHMN. 

CHMN. 

CHMN 

CHMN. 

CHMN. , 

CHMN. 

sup'd. 



Mississippi. 
Mississippi. 
St. Andrews. 
Prescott. 
Port Hope. 
Port Hope. 
Belleville. 
Belleville. 
Belleville. 
Dundas. 
Dundas. 
Peterboro'. 
Peterboro'. 
Toronto East. 
Toronto East. 
Toronto East. 
Montreal Centre. 
Montreal Centre. 
Montreal Centre. 
Quebec. 
Quebec. 
Quebec. 
Kingston. 
Kingston. 
Kingston. 
Brantford. 
Brantford. 
Brantford. 
Toronto East. 
Sec U. C- Bible 
Soc. by permis- 
sion of Conf. 
Toronto Conf. 



Secretary of Conference 1861. 



GERMAN, GEO..G. 



56 R. 071 T 


Glanford. 


57 .. 


Located — ill 




health 



GERMAN, JOHN FERGUSON, 

M.A. 

1862 | v.T'c | CoW S- 
63 r. v. c . Cobourg. 
64 Napanee. 

65 Waterloo — 

Kingston . 

66 r.f.c &o St. George. 

67 ... . . Paris. 

68 . . Paris. 

69 ... Walsingham. 

70 . . St. Williams. 

71 St. Williams. 

72 Norwich. 

73 Norwich. 

74 Toronto Conf. 

A graduate of Victoria Uni- 
versity, Cobourg— B. A, 1864: 
M.A., 1867. 



WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



93 



GERMAN, JOHN WESLEY. 

1850 c Bath. 

51 r. on t. Napanee. 

52 ... Brighton. 
53 Brighton. 

54 K.F.c.&o Farmersville. 

55 ... Farmersville. 

56 . . Farmersville. 

57 Wilton. 

58 . . Wilton. 

59 . . Sidney. 

60 Sidney. 

61 Sidney. 

62 . . Stirling. 

63 .... Bath. 

64 ... Bath. 

65 Bath. 

66 .... Elora. 

67 f. sec. Elora. 

68 f. sec. Elora. 

69 ... Port Dover. 

70 Port Dover. 

71 Port Dover. 

72 Seneca. 

73 ... Seneca. 

74 ... London. Conf. 



GERMAN, ORRIN. 



1870 c. 



71 
72 



k. on t . 



73 ORD.. 

74 .. 



Maynooth and 

Carlow. 
Marmora. 
Brudenell and 

Bark Lake. 
Oxford House, 

H. B. T. 
Toronto Conf. 



GERMAN, PETER. 



1853 
54 
55 
56 
57 
58 
59 
60 
to 
64 
65 
66 
67 
to 
71 
72 
73 
74 



c 

R. on T 
ORD 



J 



1 



to j- 
71 J 



St. George. 

Norwich. 

Norwich. 

Norwich. 

Cornwall. 

Cornwall. 

Moulinette. 

Grand River. 

Fairfield. 
Fairfield. 

Muncey. 

Port Stanley. 
Port Stanley. 
London Conf. 



1841 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 
53 
54 
55 
56 
57 
58 
59 
to 
73 
74 



R.F.C.&I 



Grimsby. 

Newmarket. 

Toronto Circuit. 

Albion. 

Humber. 

Humber. 

Brock. 

Brock. 

Dumfries. 

Dumfries. 

Tngersoll. 

Ingersoll. 

St. Mary's. 

St. Mary's. 

Mono. 

Mono. 

Delhi. 

Delhi. 



. . Lynedoch. 
. . London Conf. 



GODWIN, WILLIAM. 

1871 c. Vienna, 4 mo. 

72 c Fairfield. 

73 it. on t. . Nissouri. 

74 ... London Conf. 



GOFF, EDWARD FADE. 



1871 c. 

72 r. on t. 

73 

74 



\ Toronto Third. 
( Brampton. 
. Kleinburg. 
Yonge St. South- 
Toronto Conf. 



GOLD, ISAAC. 



1859 e. on-T. 

60 .... 

61 ... 

62 .... 



Centreville and 

Tamworth. 
Milford. 
Bradford. 
Cookstown. 



GLADWIN, JONATHAN. 



1834 r. on t 


Isle of Tanti. 


35 ... 


Isle of Tanti. 


36 ORD . . 

37 


Amherstburg. 
Isle of Tanti. 


Died October 2nd, 1837, aged 


34 years. 




GLASS, 


WILLIAM. 


1845 e. out. 


Mono and 


46 


Nottawasaga. 
Humber. 


47 ... 


Markham. 


48 ... 


. Located. 


GLASSFORD, EDWARD. 


1856 c. 


. Gatineau. 


57 n. on t . 
58 


Osgoode. 
. Located. 


GLOVER, 


THOMAS W 


1867 ) 


i Bible 


to \ 
70 i 


■' Christian 


( Conference. 


71 


Havelock. 


72 ord . . 


Blairton. 


73 .... 


Durham. 


74 .... 


Toronto Conf. 



63 e.f.c.&o L'Orignal. 

64 Aylwin. 



65 
66 
67 
68 

69 

70 

71 

73 F. SEC 

74 .. 



Aylwin. 

Paisley. 

Paislejr. 

Invermay. 

Invermay. 

Vespra. 

Vespra. 

Vespra. 

Stayner. 

Toronto Conf. 



GIBSON, JOSEPH R. 

1870 c Muskoka. 

71 E. on t. Rosseau. 

72 Rosemont. 

73 ... Rosemont. 

74 ... Toronto Conf. 



GILBERT, CHARLES W M. 

1838 o Dumfries. 

39 e. on t . St. Thomas. 

40 . . Simcoe. 



GODFREY, ROBERT. 

Wellesley. 
Elma. 
Brock. 
Frontenae. 



1860 c. 
61 R. on t. 
62 
63 .. . 



64 r.f.u.&o Frontenae. 



65 
66 
67 
68 
69 
70 
71 
72 
73 
74 



Hastings Road. 

Bannockburn. 

Bannockburn. 

Campbellford. 

Hastings. 

Hastings. 

Hastings. 

Bobeaygeon. 

Bobcaygeon. 

Toronto Conf. 



GOODERHAM, JAMES. 

1848 R. on t. Oshawa. 

49 . . Markham. 

50 ... Located — ill 

health. 

Died on Sunday, the 1 1th May, 
1878, of injuries received at a 
railway accident near Carleton 
Station on the 10th inst., in his 
54th year. 



GOODFELLOW, JOHN. 

1843 R. on T Albion. 

44 .... Markham. 

45 Ouelph. 

46 York. 

47 r.f.c. &o London. 

48 Mono. 

49 . . . Mono. 

50 Newmarket. 

51 ... - Newmarket. 

52 Amherstburg. 

53 Amherstburg. 

54 . . Nanticokc. 

55 . . . Nanticoke. 

56 Norwood. 

57 Norwood. 

58 Omemee. 

59 Omemee. 

60 .... Omemee. 

61 sup'd. Omemee. 



Died July 22nd 
years. 



1861, aged 43 



94 



MINISTERS AND PROBATIONERS. 



GOODRICH, CHARLES B. 

1836 e.o»t.. Thames. 

37 St. Thomas. 

38 .... Walpole. 

39 Warwick and 

Adelaide. 

40 b.f.c.&o Goderich. 
41 Withdrew. 



GOODSON, GEORGE. 

1836 R.mT.. Matilda. 

37 Matilda. 

38 Richmond. 

39 .... Hull. 

40 e.f.c. &o Crosby. 
41 Crosby. 

42 Mississippi. 

43 Mississippi. 

44 Perth. 

45 Perth and Sher- 

brooke. 

46 Napanee. 

47 .... . . Napanee. 

48 Peterboro' 

49 ... .. Port Hope. 
50 Port Hope. 

51 Guelph. 

52 . . Guelph. 

53 St. Catharines. 

54 St. Catharines. 

55 Dundas. 

56 . . Mt. Pleasant. 

57 Mt. Pleasant. 

58 f. sec Mt. Pleasant. 

59 . . Milton. 
60 Milton. 

61 f. sec . . Milton. 

62 chmx. . . Owen Sound. 

63 chmx. . . Owen Sound. 

64 chmx. . . Owen Sound. 

65 chmn. Chatham. 

66 chmn. . Chatham. 

67 chmn. Chatham. 

68 chmn. Sarnia. 

69 chmn. Strathroy. 

70 chmn. . . Strathroy. 

71 chmn. Bradford. 

72 . . St. Clair. 

73 St. Clair. 

Died May 11th, 1874, aged 64 
years. 

GOODWIN, JAMES. 

1856 R. on T Dundas. 

57 Thorold. 

58 Thorold. 

59 Yonge St. South. 

60 r.f.c. &o Brampton. 

61 , . . . Brampton. 

62 . . Brampton. 

63 Mono. 

64 . . .... Mono. 

65 Mono. 

66 .. Peel. 
.67 ... Peel. 

68 Peel. 

69 Bond Head. 

70 Bond Head. 

71 Bond Head. 



1872 
73 

74 



Welland. 
Welland. 
London Conf. 



GORDON, JAMES ALEX. 



1858 
59 
60 
61 i 
62 
63 
64 
65 
66 
67 
68 
69 
70 
71 
72 
73 
74 



. o?i T Osgoode. 
. . Kemptville. 

Maitland. 

, v. c Cobourg. 
.f.c.&o Hamilton. 
Hamilton. 

Montreal West. 

Montreal West. 
Hemmingford. 

Hemmingford. 

Hemmingford. 

Montreal Third. 

Montreal Third. 

Montreal Third. 

Prescott. 

. . Prescott. 

. . Montreal Conf. 



GOSTELLO, DAVID. 

1854 c. . . . Snake Island. 
55 k. on T . Snake Island. 



56 



Dropped. 



GRAHAM, JAMES. 

1859 R. onT. Newcastle. 

60 . . Markham. 

61 Bowmanville. 

62 . . . . Bowmanville. 

63 r.f.c. &o Yonge St. South. 

64 Yonge St. South. 
fi _ ( Yonge St. South. 

' ' ' ( Clarenceville. 

66 Davenport and 

Seaton. 

67 Baltimore and 

. Grafton. 

68 .. .. Canton. 
69 Canton. 

70 Clinton. 

71 .... Clinton. 

72 ... .. Clinton. 

73 Goderich. 

74 London Conf. 

Delegate to the First General 
Conference, Toronto, 1874. 



GRAHAM, ROBERT. 

1850 R. on t . 

51 ... Russelltown. 

52 — 

53 

54 R.F.C. &0 



Eaton. 
Eaton. 
55 Eaton. 



56 
57 
58 
59 
60 
61 
62 
63 
64 



Collingwood. 

Collingwood. 

Oakville. 

Brock. 

Grenville. 

Grenville. 

Innisnl. 



sv/p'd , Oxford. 



1865) 
66 > sup'd . . Waterdown. 
67) 

Died Feb. 20th, 1868, aged 70 
jrears. 



GRAHAM, WILLIAM. 

1845 c. .... 

46 r. out. Barrie. 

47 Barrie. 

48 Located. 



GRAY, JAMES. 



Woodstock. 
Simcoe. 
Goderich. 
Sarnia. 
Sarnia. 
Perth. 
Perth. 
Prescott. 
Prescott. 
Matilda. 
Matilda. 
Matilda. 
Waterdown. 
Waterdown. 
Waterdown. 
Oakville. 
Oakville. 
Oakville. 
Smith's Falls. 
Smith's Falls. 
Smith's Falls. 
Newburg. 
Newburg. 
Newburg. 
Wellington Sq. 
Mount Elgin In- 
dustrial School. 
Mount Elgin In- 
dustrial School. 
St. Mary's. 
Milton. 
London Conf. 

Secretary of Conference, 1867. 
Delegate to the First General 
Conference, Toronto, 1874. 



1846 c 

47 R. on t . 

48 .. 

49 

50 R.F.C. &0 

51 

52 ... 

53 

54 ... 

55 ... 

56 ... 
57 

58 ... 

59 .. 
60 

61 
62 
63 

64 CHMN 

65 CHMN. 

66 CHMN . . . 

67 CHMN . 

68 CHMN. . 

69 CHMN. 

70 

71 

72 CHMN. 

73 CHMN. 

74 



GREEN, ALEX. T. 



1845 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 
53 
54 
55 
56 
57 
58 
59 
60 
61 
62 



R. on T . 



R.F 



c. 



&0 



Grand River. 

St. Thomas. 

Brantford. 

Dundas. 

Dundas. 

Grimsby. 

Grimsby. 

London Circuit. 

London Circuit. 

Drummondville. 

Drummondville. 

Waterdown. 

Oakville. 

Oakville. 

Oakville. 

Port Hope. 

Canton. 

Canton. 



WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



95 



1863 

to 
73 

74 



Port Hope. 
Toronto Conf. 



GREEN, ANSON, D.D. 



ELD 
ELD 



1824 
to 
32 
33 
34 

35 CHMN. 

36 -| 

to J- CHMN. 

39 J 
401 

41 J-CHMN. 

42 J 

43 CHMN. 

44 CHMN. 

45^) 

to y 

53 J 
54^) 
to fsur'D 

58 J 

59 > 
to 
64. 
65~) 

to V sup'd . 

73 J 

74 



( Methodist 

I Episcopal 

L Conference. 

Augusta Dist. 

Augusta Dist. 

Augusta Dist. 

Bay Quinte Dist. 



Toronto Dist. 

Hamilton. 
Toronto. 

Book Steward. 



Toronto. 

Book Steward. 

Toronto. 
Toronto Conf. 



The honorary degree of D.D. 
was conferred upon him in 1853 
by University, U.S. 

Secretary of Conference, 1841 ; 
President of Conference, 1842 and 
1863. Representative to the Eng- 
lish Wesleyan Conference in 1854 
and again in 1856. Delegate to 
the First General Conference, 
Toronto, 1874. 



GREENE, JOSIAH. 

1860 e.«t. Moulinette. 

61 Moulinette. 

62 .... Matilda. 

63 s. v. c Cobourg. 

64 e.f.c. &o Keppel. 

65 .... Keppel. 

66 ... Keppel. 

67 Artemesia. 

68 ... Artemesia. 

69 .... Artemesia. 



1870 

71 
72 
73 
74 



F. SEC 



Chatsworth. 
Chatsworth. 
Chatsworth. 
Invermay. 
Toronto Conf. 



GREENER, JAMES. 



1843 c. 

44 R. 071 T. 

45 

46 ORD 

47 R. F. C 

48 

49 .. 

50 ... 
51 

52 
53 
54 

55 .. 
56 

57 F. SEC 

58 
59 
60 
61 
62 

63 ... 

64 ... 
65 

66 
67 
68 
69 
70 
71 
72 
73 
74 



E. 



F. SEC 



SHPD 



Buckingham. 
Buckingham. 
Perth and 

Sherbrooke. 
Clarendon. 
Clarendon. 
L'Orignal. 
L'Orignal. 
Aylmer, C. 
Richmond. 
Richmond. 
Richmond. 
Kemptville. 
Kemptville. 
Kemptville. 
Lindsay. 
Consecon. 
Ameliasburg. 
Ameliasburg. 
Cooksville. 
Cooksville. 
Cooksville. 
Waterdown. 
Waterdown. 
Waterdown. 
Lindsay. 
Lindsay. 
Lindsay. 
Newburg. 

Lindsay. 

Toronto Conf. 



GRENFELL, JOHN. 



1868 c. 

69 r. on t. 

70 ... 

71 

72 R.F.C.&0 

73 ... 

74 .... 



Florence. 

Mooretown. 

Arkona. 

Arkona. 

Stanstead. 

Bolton. 

Montreal Conf. 



GRIFFIN, WM. SMITH. 

1849 R. on t . . Seneca. 

50 .... Guelph. 

51 . . Grimsby. 



1852 
53 
54 
55 
56 
57 
58 
59 
60 
61 
62 
63 
64 
65 
66 
67 
68 
69 
70 
71 
72 
73 
74 



ll.F.C.&O 



F. SEC 



CHMN. 



St. Catharines. 

Brantford. 

Mount Pleasant. 

Mount Pleasant. 

Drummondville. 

Simcoe. 

Simcoe. 

Sirncoe. 

Paris. 

Paris. 

Paris. 

Woodstock. 

Woodstock. 

Port Hope. 

Port Hope. 

Gueli'h. 

Guelph. 

Guelph. 

Toronto Third. 

Toronto Third. 

Toronto Third. 

Chatham. 

London Conf. 



Delegate to First General Con- 
ference, Totonto, 1874. 



1823 
to 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 



GRIFFIS, WILLIAM. 

( Methodist 
< Episcopal 
( Conference. 

Canboro'. 

London. 

Thames. 

Thames. 

Located 



and 



sided in Canada until 1854, when 
he removed to the State of Wis- 
consin, where he again entered 
the ministry. His health failed, 
and in a few years he again loca- 
ted. He died December 19th, 
1878, aged 82 years. 



GUEST, JOSEPH. 
Park Hill. 



1872 c 
73 it. on t 

74 



Dawn Mills. 
London Conf. 



GUNDY, JOHN. 

1844 c Goderich. 

45 R. on t . Whitby. 

46 ... . Whitby. 

47 e.f.c.&o Brantford. 



48 



Expelled. 



H. 



HADDON, THOMAS. 

1868 c. . . . Merrickville. 

69 r. onr. North Wakefield 

70 Aylwin. ' 

71 Bell's Corners. 

72 r.f.c. &o Gaspe. 

73 . . Gaspe. 

74 Montreal Conf. 



HADWIN, THOMAS. 

1856 R on t. Tecswater. 

57 ord Teeswater. 

58 Bayfield. 

59 ... Bayfield. 

60 R. f. c Howick. 

61 Howick. 

62 Howick. 



1863 


Wawanosh. 


64 


Wawanosh. 


65 


. . . Wawanosh. 


66 


Stouffville. 


67 


Stouffville. 


68 


. . Dorchester. 


69 


. . Dorchester. 


70 


. . Dorchester. 



96 



MINISTERS AND PROBATIONERS. 



1871 Yarmouth. 

72 Yarmouth. 

73 Woodslee. 

74 . London Conf. 



HAGAR, JOSEPH MESS- 
MORE, M.A. 

1865 k. on t . . Wellesley. 

66 Wallace. 

67 Peel. 

68 St. Thomas. 

69 K.F.C. &o Hamilton West. 

• 70 . . Coaticoke. 

71 .... Coaticoke. 

72 ... . Coaticoke. 

73 Shefford. 

74 Montreal Conf. 

A graduate of University Col- 
lege, Toronto— M.A. , 1869. 



HAIGHT, GEO. LEWIS. 

1861 c. . Markham. 

62 p.. out. Wellesley. 



63 
64 
65 



Erin. 
Peel. 
Located. 



HALL, JOSEPH. 



o\ii 



1866 k. 
67 
68 

69 s. v. c. 

70 s. v. c. 



Waterdown. 

Omemee. 

Markham. 

Cobourg. 

Cobourg. 

71 r.f.c.&o Cariboo, B. C. 

72 Cariboo, B. C. 

73 , Cariboo, B. C. 

74 Toronto Conf. 



HALL, ROBERT HENRY. 



1870 c. . . . 


St. Thomas. 


71 R. onT 


Belmont. 


72 .. 


. Morrison. 


73 


Forest. 


74 


London Conf. 



HALL, WILLIAM, M.A. 

1858 k. cm t. . St. John's and 
Chambly. 

59 . . . . St. John's and 

Chambly. 

60 Franklin. 

61 Toronto East. 

62 r.f.c.&o Toronto East. 

63 Belleville. 

64 Belleville. 

65 Belleville. 

66 F. sec. Sherbrooke. 

67 f. sec. . Sherbrooke. 

68 f. sec... Sherbrooke. 

69 . Prescott. 

70 Prescott. 

71 Prescott. 



1872 f.'sec. . 

73 CHMN. 

74 . ... 



Ottawa East. 
Ottawa East. 
Montreal Conf. 



A graduate of McGill Univer- 
sity, Montreal — B. A., 1861 ; 
M.A., 1867 

Delegate to First General Con- 
ference, Toronto, 1874. 



HALPENNY, JACOB. 



1867 c. 
68 r. 
69 
70 . 



Shefford. 
Bolton. 
Bolton. 
Located. 



HALSTEAD, WILLIAM. 

1862 r. on t Brighton. 

63 Colborn«. 

64 ... Millbrook. 

65 Millbrook. 

66 r.f.c&o Visiting Eng. 

67 . . Havelock. 

68 . . Havelock. 

69 . . Havelock. 

70 Selby. 

71 .. Selby. 

72 j | Prince Arthur's 

73 ) •••■•• j Landing. 

74 « Toronto Conf. 



HAMES, ARTHUR B. 



1870 c. 

71 R. on t 

72 .. 

73 . , .. 

74 



Maynooth. 
L'Orignal. 
Marmora. 
Demorestville. 
Toronto Conf. 



R. 



on t 



v. c , 

F.C.&O 



HAMILTON, CHRISTOPHER. 

Nanticoke. 

Grimsby. 

Dunnville. 

St. George. 

Cobourg. 

Fenelon Falls. 

Fenelon Falls. 

Alnwick. 

Fenella. 

Osprey. 

Osprey. 

Sharon and 

Mt. Albert. 

Mono. 

Mono. 

St. Williams. 

St. Williams. 

London Conf. 



1856 c. 

57 R, 

58 .. 
59 

60 s. 
61 
62 
63 
64 
65 
66 
67 
68 
69 
70 
71 
72 
73 
74 



HAMMOND, JOSEPH. 
1869 r. o»rr. Farmers ville. 
70 Located. 

HAMMOND, RICHARD M. 



1850 R. OUT. 

51 

52 

53 



L'Orignal. 
St. Andrews. 
St. Andrews. 
Richmond. 



1854 r. f.c.J 

55 . ... 

56 .. 

57 

58 

59 

60 .. 

61 

62 ... 

63 CHMN. 
CHMN. 
CHMN. 



64 
65 
66 
67 
68 
to 
71 
'72 



73 f. 

74 .. 



SEC 



i o Westmeath. 
Westmeath. 
Westmeath. 
L'Orignal. 
L'Orignal. 
Merrickville. 
. Merrickville. 
Newboro'. 
Newboro' 
. Westmeath. 
. Westmeath. . 
. Westmeath. 
. . Kemptville. 
. . Kemptville. 
( California Confe- 
< rence, Methodist 
( Episcopal C..U.S 
,, N. Wakefield 
and. Templeton. 
N. Gower. 
. Montreal Conf. 



Delegate to First General Con- 
ference, Toronto, 1874. 



HANNA, THOMAS. 

1844 c . . . St. Andrews. 

45 r. on t . . Richmond. 

46 .. .. L'Orignal. 

47 s. v. c . Cobourg. 

48 s. v. c . . Cobourg. 

49 Carleton and 

Pakenham. 

50 r.f.c.&o Bonchire. 

51 Renfrew. 

52 .... Lindsay. 

53 Lindsay. 

54 Cartwright. 

55 . . Cartwright. 

56 Osprey. 

57 Nottawasaga. 

58 . . . Holland Landing 

59 Holland Landing 

60 Holland Landing, 

61 Morpeth. 

62 Morpeth. 

63 ... Morpeth. 

64 . . Ainleyville. 

65 Blythe. 

66 Blythe. 

67 ...... Blythe. 

68 . . Paisley. 

69 . . Paisley. 

70 Paisley. 
71 Durham. 

72 . . . . Durham. 

73 , Tyrconnell. 

74 London Conf. 



HANNON, JAMES, 

1858 R. on t. 

59 s. v. c 

60 s. 
61 
62 



V. c. 



Norwood. 

Cobourg. 

Cobourg. 

Colbome. 

Colborne. 

63 r.f.c.&o Newcastle. 



64 
65 
66 
67 
68 



Bowman ville. 
Bowman ville. 
Yonge St. South.. 
YongeSt. South. 
Toronto, Berke-. 
ley St. 



WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



97 



1869 

70 
71 

72- 
73 

74 



Toronto, Berke- 

' ley St. 
Hamilton "West. 
Hamilton West. 
London Nor. St. 
London Nor. St. 
London Conf. 



HANSFORD, WILLIAM. 



S55 c. 


Quebec. 


56 e. out. 


. Ormstown. 


57 ORD . . . 


. Ormstown. 


58 .. 


Three Rivers. 


59 R. F. c. 


Sherbrooke. 


60 F. SEC 


Sherbrooke. 


61 F. SEO 


Sherbrooke. 


62 F. SEC 


Melbourne. 


63 F. SEC 


Melbourne. 


64 F. SEC 


Melbourne. 


65 F. SEC 


Perth. 


66 F. SEC 


Perth. 


67 F. SEC 


. Perth. 


68 


Barrie. 


69 


Barrie. 


70 


. Barrie. 


71 CHMN. . 


. Stanstead. 


72 CHMN. 


Stanstead. 


73 CHMN. 


Stanstead. 


74 


Montreal Conf. 



Governor Stanstead Wesleyan 
College, 1873. 

Delegate to the First General 
Conference, Toronto, 1874. 



HANSON, CHARLES 




AUGUSTINE. 


1865 e. 


Oil T 


Howick. 


66 .. 




Mitchell. 


67 . 




1 Brampton. 




\ Hamilton. 


68 .. 




Dundas. 


69 R.F.C.& 


o Parry Sound. 


70 




. Wellington Sq. 


71 




. Wellington Sq. 


72 




Belleville. 


73 




. Belleville. 


74 




Toronto Conf. 


HARDIE, 


ALEX., M.A. 


1862 c 




Bobcaygeon. 


63 R. 


onr. 


Bobcaygeon. 


64 u. 


v. c. 


. Cobonrg. 


65 u. 


v. c 


Cobourg. 


66 R.F.C.& 


o Consecon. 


67 . 




Edwardsburg. 


68 .. 




Edwardsburg. 


69 . 




. Montreal South. 


70 




Montreal South. 


71 




Montreal Second 


72 




I Windsor. 




( Toronto First. 


73 . 




Lawrenceville. 


74 




Montreal Conf. 



HARDIE, DAVID. 



1833 c. 

34 c. 

35 c 

36 c. 

37 e. oni. 

38 
39 

40 E.F.C. &0 



41 

42 

43 
44 

45 

46 



47 

48 sup'd. 

49 ... 

50 ... 
51 

52 
53 
54 

55 .. 

56 .... 
57 

58 

59 ; 

60 
61 
62 
63 
64 
65 
66 
67 
68 
69 
70 
71 

72 sup'd. 

73 sup'd. 

74 ... 



Brock. 
Brock. 

Lake Simcoe. 
Lake Simcoe. 
Gosiield and 

Amherstburg. 
St. Thomas. 
Simcoe. 
Warwick and 

Adelaide. 
Warwick and 

Adelaide. 
Warwick and 

Adelaide. 
Muncey. 
Norwich and 

Malahide. 
Gosfield and 

Tilbury. 
Gosfield and 

Tilbury. 
Lindsay. 
Port Hope. 
Bath. 

Winchester. 
Winchester. 
Winchester. 
Sherbrooke. 
Sherbrooke. 
Lochaber. 
Lochaber. 
Cavignal 
Oso. 

Bridgenorth and 
Mud Lake. 
Bobcaygeon . 
Bobcaygeon. 
Bobcaygeon. 
Havelock. 
Havelock. 
Havelock. 
Coboconk. 
Coboconk. 
Coboconk. 
Hall's Bridge. 
Hall's Bridge. 
Blairton. 
Blairton. 
Montreal Conf. 



HARMON, THOMAS. 



HARE, JOHN JAMES, B.A. 

1867 R on t ..' Chatham. 

68 Smith's Falls. 

69 Smith's Falls. 
70-i 

71 [v. v. c. Cobourg. 
72J 

73 e.f.c. &o London, North St 

74 ... Toronto Conf. 

A graduate of Victoria Univer- 
sity— B.A., 1873. 

HAKE, ROBT. B. 



A graduate of Victoria Univer- 
sity— B.A., 1866 '; M.A., 1869. 



1869 c 
70 it. on t . 


Merrickville. 


71 


Fanners ville. 


72 u. v. c 


Cobourg. 


73 u. v. c. 


Cobourg. 


74 


. Toronto Conf. 



Arnherstburg. 

Cavan. 

Sidney. 

Crosby. 

Perth. 

Hull. 

Hull. 

Mississippi. 

Ottawa. 

Matilda. 

No Station. 

Howard. 

Howard. 

St. Thomas. 



London. 



Westminster. 



1832 c. 
33 R. on t. 
34 
35 

36 R.F.C&C 

37 

38 . . 

39 

40 

41 

42 .... 

43 

44 

45 -| 

to }■ sup'd . 

51 J 

521 

to [-sup'd 

55 J 

to y sup'd . 
62 J 

Died July 12th, 1862, aged 79 
years. 

HARNDEN, ROBERT. 



1844 r. out. 
45 



Rideau. 
Dropped. 



HARPER, EPHRAIM B., M.A 

1841 c Osgoode. 

42 K. i»t. Osgoode.' 

43 Mississippi. 

44 St. Catharines. 

45 r.f.c.&o Dundas. 

46 Stamford. 

47 ... Stamford. 

48 .... Stamford. 

49 . . . . . Kingston. 

50 . . . Kingston. 

51 Toronto East. 

52 Toronto East. 

53 Toronto West. 

54 Toronto West. 
55 Hamilton. 

56 ... Hamilton. 

57 Hamilton. 

58 chmn. Belleville. 

59 chmn. Belleville. 

60 chmn. . . Belleville. 

61 chmn. Montreal Centre. 

62 chmn. Montreal Centre. 

63 chmn. Montreal Centre. 

64 chmn. Hamilton. 

65 chmn. Hamilton. 

66 chmn. . Hamilton. 

67 chmn. Ottawa. 

68 chmn. Ottawa. 

69 chmn. Ottawa. 

70 chmn. Guelph. 

71 chmn. Guelph. 

72 chmn. Guelph. 

73 chmn. Port Hope, 

74 . . Toronto Conf. 

He received the honorary de- 
gree of M.A. from Victoria Uni- 
versity, 1860. Secretary of Con- 



98 



MINISTERS AND PROBATIONERS. 



ference, 1859. Co-Delegate of the 
Conference, 1873. Delegate to 
the First General Conference, 
Toronto, 1874. 



HARRIS, ALEX. GORDON. 

1864 r. on t Belmont. 

65 Aylnier, W. 

66 . . Exeter. 

67 ... Cooksville. 

68 r.f.c. &o Scarboro'. 

69 Scarboro'. ■ 

70 . . Leamington. 

71 Leamington. 

72 .... Florence. 

73 . . . Florence. 

74 London Conf. 



HARRIS, EDWARD. 

1858 E. wit Markham. 

59 s. v. c . . Cobourg. 

60 . Consecon. 

61 .... Hungerford. 

62 R.F.C.&0 Madoc. 

63 Madoc. 

64 . Madoc. 

65 sup'd Consecon. 

««^» tc?amb^ 

67 ■ = Cavignal. 

68 . . Cavignal. 

69 Ormstown. 

70 . . . Ormstown. 

71 Ormstown. 

72 Demorestville. 

73 . Demorestville. 

74 .... Toronto Conf. 



HARRIS, JAMES. 

1851 c. . . Elora. 

52 R. on T . . Peel. 

53 ... . Grimsby. 

54 Dundas. 

55 r.f.c.&o Welland. 

56 Welland. 

57 Cainsville. 

58 , . Cainsville. 
59 Cainsville. 

60 Norwich. 

61 Norwich. 

62 ... . . Port Dover. 
63 Port Dover. 

64 . . Mount Pleasant. 

65 Vienna. 

66 Vienna. 

67 St. George 

68 ....... St. George. 

69 f. sec Welland. 

70 London North. 

71 London North. 

72 London North. 

73 Fingal. 

74 London Conf. 



HARRISON. JAMES M. 



HART, JOHN. 



1871 c. 

72 r. 

73 . 

74 . 



Keppel. 
Walter's Falls. 
Prince Albert. 
Toronto Conf. 



on T. 



HARVARD, WILLIAM 
MARTIN, D.D. 

Diss. 
Diss. 

Canterbury. 
, Asia. 
Bombay. 

Colombo, Ceylon 

r English 

■j Wesleyan 

I Conference. 

Montreal. 
. Toronto. 
. Quebec. 

Quebec. 

Quebec. 

Odelltown. 

Odelltown. 

Odelltown. 

.St. Armand. 

. . Toronto West. 

. . Toronto West. 

Maidstone, Eng. 

of Conference 1837 
15th, 1857, 




HAW, WILLIAM. 



1835 c 

36 r, 

37 . 
38 

39 r, 
40 
41 

42 . 

43 . 
44 

45 .. 
46 
47 
48 

49 . 

50 

51 . 

52 .. 
53 

54 .. 

55 su 
56 
57 



. . Sidney. 
on t . Hallowell. 
...... Hallowell. 

Waterloo. 
f.c.&o Colborne. 
Port Hope. 
. . . Bath and Isle of 
Tanti. 

Napanee. 

.... Napanee. 
Belleville. 
.... Brockville. 
. Waterloo. 
. . Bowman ville. 
.... Bowmanville. 

\ VisitingEngland 
( Glanford. 

Glanford. 

Glanford. 

.... Grimsby. 

. Grimsby. 

Hamilton. 

p'd . . . Stoney Creek. 
. . No Station. 
Expelled. 



1873 r. om 

74 . 



Smith ville. 
Toronto Conf. 



HAWKE, WILLIAM. 

1854 c Sarnia. 

55 r. on t Chatham. 



56 

57 



Florence. 
Florence. 



1858 R.F.0.&O 

59 ... , 

60 

61 ........ 

62 

63 

64 
65 
66 
67 
68 
69 



F. SEC 
F. SEC 
F. SEC 
F. SEC 
F. SEC 

70 F. SEC 

71 F. SEC 

72 F. SEC 

73 F. SEC 

74 .. .. 



Florence. 

Wardsville. 

Wardsville. 

Wardsville. 

Gosfield. 

Gosfield. 

Ridge town. 

Ridgetown. 

Ridgetown. 

Clinton. 

Clinton. 

Clinton. 

Mitchell. 

Mitchell. 

Howick. 

Howick. 

London Conf. 



HAWKINS, CHAS. W., B.A 

1872 R.onT Alderville. 
Grimsby. 



73 

74 



London Conf. 



A graduate of Victoria Univei 
sity— B.A., 1872. 



HAY, WILLIAM. 



1855 
56 
57 
58 
59 
60 
61 
62 
63 
64 
65 
66 
67 
68 
69 
70 
71 
72 
73 
74 



c. ... 

R. 071 T 
S. V. C 
S. V. c 
R.F.C 



&0 



F. SEC 
F. SEC 
F. SEC 



CHMN. 



CHMN. 
CHMN. 



Mitchell. 

Mono. 

Cobourg. 

Cobourg. 

Gait and Paris. 

Arran. 

Arran. 

Arran. 

St. Vincent. 

Meaford. 

Meaford. 

Lloydtown. 

Lloyd town. 

Lloydtown. 

Cookstown. 

Cookstown. 

Cookstown. 

Bradford. 

Bradford. 

London Conf. 



HAY HURST, WILLIAM. 



1858 c. 


Weston. 


59 r 


on t . . Yonge St. North 


60 


... Albion. 


61 


Paris. 


62 r. 


f.c.&o Pakenham and 




Arnprkjr 


63 


... Pakenham and , 




™ ArD ^l 


64 


Elgin. ■/*■$ 


65 .. 


• • Elgin. .^ 


66 




67 .. 


• . Seaforth. 


68 . 


Seaforth. 


69 . 


..... Kincardine. 


70 


..... Kincardine. 


71 .. 


. . . . Kincardine. 


72 .. 


...... Peel. 


73 


Peel. 


74 


London Conf. 



WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



99 



HAYWORTH, RICHARD. 



1857 c. 
58 r. on t 



Matilda and 
Edwardsburg. 

59 Matilda. 

60 Lyn. 

61 Expelled. 

HEALY, EZRA. 

f Methodist 
Episcopal 
Conference. 
Matilda. 
Bytown & Hull. 
Bytown & Hull. 
Augusta Dist. 
Brockville. 
Waterloo. 
Waterloo. 
Waterloo. 
Waterloo. 



1873 

74 



Stratford. 
London Conf. 



A graduate of Victoria Univer- 
sity— B A., 1860 ; M.A., 1868. 



HENDERSON, WILLIAM H. 



I 



1820 
to 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
to 
49 

Died Dee. 27th 
" years. 



1872 v ■ — 

73 r. on t . Peel. 

74 London Conf. 



HERKIMER 

« • 



1 



- stjp'd . . Augusta. 



1849, aged 59 



HEALY, EZRA ANTHONY, 
B.A. 

1867 C Stratford. 

68 R. on t Mitchell. 

69 ■) 

to J-u.v. o. Cobourg. 
71 J 

72 r.f.i;. &o Montreal 7th. 

73 sup'd. Drayton. 

74 London Conf. 



HECK, SAMUEL. 



1844 r. onT. 
45 ... 



Sherbrooke 
Located. 



1843 it. on T. 

44 

45 ... 

46 R.F.C.& 

47 1 

48 } 

49 J 
50 
51 

52 ) 

53 ( 

54 . 
55 

56 . 

57 . 
58 

59 . 

60 . 

6 M . 

to }- SUP D . 

67; 

68 
69 
70 
71 

72 
73 

74 



WILLIAM. 

Owen Sound. 
Owen Sound. 
Rama. 
French River. 

Beausoliel 

Island. 

Saugeen. 

St. Clair. 
i Beausoliel. 
[ Island. 

Rice Lake. 

Rice Lake. 

Rice Lake. 

Walpole Island. 

Walpole Island. 

Walpole Island. 

Garden River. 

New Credit. 

Cape Crocker. 
New Credit. 
(Jape Crocker. 
New Credit. 
London Conf. 



HEWITT, JOHN N. 



HENDERSON, JAMES. 



1871 c. 




L Ainable. 


72 r. 


on t 


L'Amable. 


73 .. 




Shannonville. 


74 . 




Montreal Conf. 


HENDERSOIN 


, WM. G, M.A 


1857 R. 


OH T . 


Port Hope. 


58 




Belleville. 


59 u 


V. c 


Cobourg. 


60 R. 


F. C. & C 


London. 


61 . 




London. 


62 . 




Kingston. 






Hemmingford. 


64 . 




Henimingford. 


65 




Hemmingford. 


66 




Odelltown 


67 




Odelltown. 


68 . 




Odelltown. 


69 . 




Cornwall. 


70 . 




Cornwall. 


71 . 




Cornwall. 


72 . 




Stratford. 



! HETHERINGTON, JOHN P. 

1827 R. out. Newcastle- 
upon-Tyne. 

28 ord Barnston. 

29 . . . . Barnston. 
! 30 Barnston. 

31 it. F. c . . Kingston. 

32 Kingston. 

33 Kingston. 

; 34) 

35 \- Charlottetown, 

36 J P. E. I. 

37 . . Halifax, N. S. 

38 . . . Miss. Committee 

39 . . Montreal. 

40 . . Montreal. 

41 . . Kingston. 

42 Toronto West. 

43 . . Toronto West. 

44 .... Toronto West. 

45 sup'd Toronto West. 

46 Tucking Mill, 

' England. 

Died January 16th, 1861, aged 

: 61 years. 



1860 v. 

61 r. on t . 

62 

63 .. 

64 ... 



Artemesia. 

Ainleyville. 

Norwich. 

St. George. 

Paris. 

Located. 



HEWITT, WM. JOSEPH. 

1858 r. Frankford and 

Trenton. 

59 r. on T . Hungerford. 

60 . . Centreville and 

Tamworth. 

61 Woodstock. 

62 R.F.r.&o Artemesia. 

63 Homing's Mills. 

64 ... Homing's Mills. 

65 Holland Land'g. 

66 Sharon and Mt. 

Albert. 

67 ... London North. 

68 ... London North. 

69 London North. 

70 ( 'anton. 

71 ... Canton. 

72 ... Consecon. 

73 . . Consecon. 

74 Toronto Conf. 



HEWITT, WM. T. 

1854 c. Cavignal. 

55 r.owt.&o Cavignal. 



c. 



56 

57 

58 R. f 

59 

60 

61 ] , 

to Y SUP D 

69 J 

Died December 9th, 1869, aged 
70 years. 

HEYLAND, ROWLEY. 



Cavignal. 

Lochabar. 

Clarendon. 

Clarendon. 

Clarendon. 

Clarendon. 



18231 
to j- 
32 J 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 . 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 

48 . 

49 . 

50 . 
51 



f Methodist 
-J Episcopal 
I. Conference. 

Hallowell. 

Bay Quinte. 
. Bay Quinte. 
. Dumfries. 

Toronto Circuit. 

Toronto Circuit. 

Toronto Circuit. 

N elson. * 

Nelson. 

Yonge Street. 
. Yonge Street. 
. Woodstock. 

Norwich. 

Grand River. 

Grand River. 

Grand River. 

Grand River. 

New Credit. 

New Credit. 
, . Nanticoke. 



100 



MINISTERS AND PROBATIONERS. 



1853 sup'd . . . Brantford. 

54 sup'd . . Brantford. 

55] 

to [ sup'd . 

64J 

65] 

to [ sup'd 

67 J 

68] 

to [ sup'd 

72 J 

Died May 27th, 1873, aged 75 
years. 

HICK, JOHN. 



Mount Pleasant. 

Norwich. 

Fairfield. 



1815 K. on t 
16 oed . 
17 

18 E. F. C. 

19 .... 

20 

21 



Prince Edward 

Island. 
Quebec. 
Quebec. 
Montreal. 
Montreal. 
Stanstead. 



22 Stanstead. 

23 
24^ 



Kingston. 
England. 



24] 
to y 

27 J 

28 , Montreal. 

29 Montreal. 

30 ... Montreal. 

31 Stanstead. 

32 Stanstead. 

33 Quebec. 

34 . . Quebec. 

Died August 3rd, 1834, aged 
47 years. 

HICKS, WILLIAM. 



1860 e. miT. 
61 

62 , . - 

63 . 



Melbourne. 
East Bolton. 
Lawrence ville. 
Eaton. 



67 






68 






69 






70 


F. 


SEC 


71 


F. 


SEC 


72 


F. 


SEC 


73 


sup'd 



64 e.f.c.&o Dudswell & Bury 

65 . . Dudswell & Bury 

66 Wyoming. 

Walpole Island. 
Mooretown. 

, Mooretown. 

Warwick. 

Watford. 
, Watford. 
I Exeter. 
| Orangeville. 
74 . . . . . , Toronto Conf. 



• HILL, EDWARD. 

1872 r. out.. Omemee. 

73 Millbrook. 

74 Toronto Conf. 

HILL, HENRY E. 

1871 c. Oil Springs and 

Petrolia. 
72 e.«it. Adelaide. 

73 Watford. 

74 London Conf. 



HILL, JOSEPH. 



L845 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 
53 
54 
55 
56 
57 
58 
59 
60 
61 
62 
63 
64 
65 
66 
67 



69 
70 
71 

72 . 

73 

74 



e. miT 



e.f.c&o, 



Cornwall. 

Bath. 

Barrie. 

Grimsby. 

Adelaide. 

Wallaceburg. 

Proton. 

Proton. 

Bruce Mines. 

Bruce Mines. 

Durham. 

Durham. 

Artemesia. 

Akinesia. 

Lanark. 

Lanark. 

Lanark. 

Grenville. 

Grenville. 

Lochabar. 

Thurso. 

Thurso. 

Chambly. 

Chatsworth. 

Chatsworth. 

Port Elgin. 

Port Elgin. 

Norwood. 

Norword. 

London Conf. 



HILL, MURRAY. 



1855 R. on t . 
56 



Norwich. 
Located. 



HILL, NEWTON. 



1868 c. 
69 R. on t . 
70 

71 s. v. c. . 

72 



Pickering. 
Brock. 
Brock. 
Cobourg. 
Prince Albert. 



73 e.f.c. &o Newcastle. 

74 London Conf. 



HILL, WILLIAM. 



1856 R. out. 
hi ... 



Aurora. 
Located. 



HILLIER, DANIEL. 



1815 R, 

to y 

20 J 

21 .. 
22 

23 . 

24 ,. 
25 



on t. England. 
..... West Indies. 

St. Armand. 

Quebec. 
. Quebec. 
. , , . . West Indies. 
........ West Indies. 



Drowned, with four other mis- 
sionaries, while returning to the 
Island of Antigua, from the Dis- 
trict Meeting, February, 1826. 



1859 
to 
70 

71 
72 
73 
74 



HISCOX, JOHN. 

r Methodist 
-j Episcopal 
I Conference. 

e. f. c. Minden. 

Island Brook. 

North Gore. 

Montreal Conf. 



HITCHCOCK, BARNABAS. 



r. on T 
OR. D 



Highgate, Vt. 
Milton, Vt. 
Milton, Yt. 
Essex, N.Y. 
St. John's, C.E. 
St. John's, C.E. 
Rtfsselltown. 
Melbourne. 
Melbourne. 
Russelltown. 
Russelltown. 

Located . 



sup't. Shefford and 

Granby. 
sup'y. Dunham. 

sup'y , St. Armands. 



ORD 



1829 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
to 
53 
54 

55 
50 
to 
64 

Died Oct. 12th, 1864, aged 80 
years. 





HOBBS, 


RICHARD. 


1872 
73 
74 


r. onT. 


Kippin. 
Aylmer. 
London Conf. 




HOBBS 


ROBERT. 


1851 
52 


R. OUT. 


Osgoode. 
Richmond. 


53 

54 




L'Orignal. 
Cornwall. 


55 


R.F.C. &C 


) Pakenham. 


56 




Pakenham. 


57 




Pakenham. 


58 




Merrickville. 



59 sup'd... Merrickville. 

60 sup'd... Merrickville. 

Died Feb , 1861, aged 31 years. 



HODGSON, JOHN. 



1850] 

to y 

55 J 

56 c. 

57 R, 
58 
59 
60 

61 . 

62 . 
63 
64 . 
65 
66 ., 



F.C &0 



( Bible Christian 
| Church. 

Amherstburg 

Mooretown. 

Mooretown. 

Romney. 

Romney. 

Gosfield. 

Florence. 

Florence. 

Stouffville. 

Stouffville. 

Brock. 



WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



101 



1867 
68 



70. 

71 sup'd. 

72 ... 

73 

74 . .. 



Brock. 
Kleinburg. 
Kleinburg. 
Teviotdale. 
Dudwell. 
Hall's Bridge and 
Mud Lake. 
Cartwright. 
Toronto Conf. 



HOLMES, A. LEE, B.A. 



1871 c. . . . 
72 R. on t 
73 
74 



Blenheim. 
St. Lambert. 
Stanstead. 
Montreal Conf. 



A graduate of Victoria Univer- 
sity— B.A., 1871 ; M.A., 1874. 

HOLMES, JOHN. 

1861 K. ore T.. Kemptville. 

62 s. v. c Cobourg. 

63 Smith's Falls. 

64 Newboro' and 

Bedford. 

65 e.f.c.&o Lanark. 

66 Harrowsmith. 

67 Harrowsmith. 

68 . . Spencerville. 

69 Winchester. 

70 Winchester. 

71 Winchester. 

72 Richmond. 

73 Richmond. 

74 Montreal Conf. 



HOLMES, JOHN (A). 

1863 E. i»t.' Exeter. 

64 Located — ill 

health. 





HOLMES, JOSEPH 




WILLIAM. 


1863 


c. . . . 


Exeter. 


64 


b. on T. 


Exeter 


65 




Strathroy. 


66 




Strathroy. 


67 


R.F.C. &0 


St. Mary's. 


68 




St. Mary's. 


69 




Kirkton. 


70 




Innisfil. 


71 




Innisfil. 


72 




Innisfil. 


73 




Richmond. 


74 




London Conf. 


HOLTBY, 


MATTHIAS. 


1832 


r. on T 


Toronto. 


33" 


) 




to 


\ 


Located. 


40 


1 




41 


r. on T . 


Oxford. 


42 




London. 


43 




Simcoe. 


44 


ORD 


Simcoe. 


45 


R. F. C . 


Woodstock. 


4fi 




Woodstock. 


47 


sup'y. 


Toronto. 



1848 sup'y. Toronto. 
49") 

to [ Walsingham. 

58 J 
59^ 
to }■ sup'y . . Lynedoch. 

73 J 

74 London Conf. 



HOOKER, LE ROY. 

1861 R. onT.. Romney. 

62 . . . Romney. 

63 . . Milton. 

64 Barrie. 

65 R.F.C. &o Florence. 



66 
67 
68 
69 
70 
71 
72 
73 
74 



F. SEC 



Florence. 

Florence. 

Romney. 

Romney. 

Romney. 

Shefford. 

Shefford. 

Coaticoke. . 

Montreal Conf. 



HORSLEY, WILLIAM H. 

1868 R. on t. Exeter. 

69 ... Located— ill 

health. 

Died in Toronto, Dec, 12th, 
1880, aged 33 years. 

HOSKIN, BENJAMIN, S. 

1856 c ... Welland. 

57 R. on T Welland. 

58 ... Located. 

HOSKINS, RICHARD. 

1865 c. . Exeter. 

66 c. ... St. Thomas. 

67 R. onv.. Strathroy. 

68 Windsor and 

Sandwich. 

69 Rem. to U. S. 

HOUGH, JOHN. 

1854 o Clinton. 

55 c. ... Peel. 

56 c Mitchell. 

57 r.o.t.&o Howick. 

58 Howick. 

59 R. F. c. Ainleyville. 

60 Ainleyville. 

61 ... Ainleyville. 

62 . . . Teeswater. 

63 . . Teeswater. 

64 .... Wyoming. 

65 Wyoming. 

66 ... Mount Brydges. 

67 Mount Brydges. 

68 Rockwood. 

69 Millbank. 

70 .. .. Millbank. 

71 .. Millbank. 

72 . . Trowbridge. 

73 ... Trowbridge. 

74 London Conf. 



1853 


c. 






54 


R. 


on T 


55 


ORD. 




56 




^ 




57 






. . 


58 


R. 


F. 


C 



HOUGHTON, LUTHER. 

Hungerford. 
Clarendon and 

Portage-du-Ft. 
Clarendon and 

Portage-du-Ft. 
Shannonville. 
Shannonville. 
Flinton and Ad- 
dington Road. 
59^| 

60 > sup'y . Templeton. 
61 J 
62^ 
to [ sup'y . Brockville. 

73 J 

74 Montreal Conf. 



HOWARD, ISAAC BROCK. 



1840 c. ... 

41 r. onT. 

42 u. s. o. 

43 

44 r.f.c. &o 

45 

46 

47 .. 

48 .. ... 

49 

50 ... 

51 .. .. 

52 . . 
53 
54 

55 

56 

57 F. SEC. 

58 F. SEC. 

59 CHMN. 

60 CHMN. 

61 
62 

63 

64 CHMN. 

65 CHMN. 

66 CHMN. 

67 CHMN. 

68 CHMN. 

69 CHMN. 

70 

71 CHMN. 

72 CHMN. 

73 CHMN. 

74 



Oxford. 

Hamilton. 

Toronto. 

Cobourg. 

Kingston. 

Hamilton. 

Belleville. 

Belleville. 

Kingston. 

Kingston. 

Peterboro'. 

Peterboro'. 

Peterboro'. 

Dundas. 

Dundas. 

Dundas. 

Brantford. 

Brantford. 

Brantford. 

Montreal West. 

Montreal West. 

Montreal Centre. 

Toronto East. 

Toronto East. 

Toronto East. 

St. Catharines. 

St. Catharines. 

St. Catharines. 

Brockville. 

Brockville. 

Brockville. 

Port Hope. 

Port Hope. 

Port Hope. 

Guelph. 

London Conf. 



Secretary of Conference, 1854 ; 
Journal Secretary of Conference 
from 1857 to 1860 inclusive. 

Delegate to First General Con- 
ference, Toronto, 1874. 



HOWARD, THOMAS S. 

1855 c Strathroy. 

56 r. t. & o Mount Brydges. 

57 . . Warwick. 

58 Warwick. 

59 r. f. c . ) Gosfield and 

60 \ Amherstburg. 



102 



MINISTERS AND PROBATIONERS. 



1861 
62 
63 
64 
65 
66 
67 
68 
69 
70 
71 
72 
73 
74 



Romney. 

Romney. 

Romney. 

Mitchell. 

Mitchell. 

Mitchell. 

Cooksville. 

Cooksville. 

Orangeville. 

Orangeville, 

Orangeville. 

Glanford. 

Glanford. 

London Conf. 



HOWARD, VINCENT B. 

1833 c. . . Matilda. 

34 r. on t . Hull. 

35 . Rideau. 

36 . . . . Mississippi. 
37 Clarendon. 

38 . Osgoode. 

39 k.f.c.&o Augusta. 

40 Sidney. 

41 Peterboro'. 

42 , . . Murray. 

43 ... Murray. 

44 . „ .... Gananoque. 

45 Waterloo. 

46 Waterloo, 

47 . . . Merrickville. 

48 . . . , Merrickville. 

49 Newboro'. 

50 Newboro'. 

51 .... Cornwall. 

52 Cornwall. 

53 Cornwall. 

54 . , Demorestville. 

55 ..,..,.,, Demorestville. 

56 Smith's Falls. 

57 , Smith's Falls. 

58 Percy. 

59 .... Percy. 
60^1 

to )■ sup'd . Cobourg. 

73 J 

74 Toronto Conf. 



HOWELL, JACOB ELI, M.A. 

1864 e. om. Madoc. 

65 Madoc. 

66 .... Hungerford. 

67 Hungerford. 

68 K.F.C.&0 Thurlow. 

69 Thurlow. 

70 . . Thurlow. 



7n 

72 L. 

73 J 

74 ..= 



Bloomfield and 

Cherry Valley. 
Toronto Conf. 

A graduate of Victoria Univer- 
sity— B.A., 1863; M.A., 1868. 

HOWES, JOHN. 

1844 e. on t Richmond. 

45 Clarendon. 

46 .... Onslow. 

47 . > Bonchire. 



1848 R.F.C.&0 
49 
50 
51 
52 
53 
54 
55 
56 
57 
58 
59 
60 
61 
62 
63 
64 
65 
66 
67 
68 
69 
70 
71. 
72 
73 
74 



HOWSON, 

1871 c. 

72 r. on t . 

73 

74 .... . 



Bonchire. 

Westmeath. 

Westmeath. 

Torbolton. 

Gatineau. 

Gatineau. 

Cornwall. 

Cornwall. 

Cornwall. 

Carlton Place. 

Carlton Place. 

Carlton Place. 

Richmond. 

Richmond. 

Richmond. 

Winchester. 

Winchester. 

Winchester. 

South Mountain. 

South Mountain. 

South Mountain. 

Clarendon. 

Clarendon. 

Westmeath. 

Westmeath. 

Westmeath. 

Montreal Conf. 



WILLIAM G. 

Albion. 
Baltimore. 
Cooksville. 
Cookstown. 
Toronto Conf. 



HUFF, DENNIS L. 

1861 R. on t. . Artemesia. 

62 Walsingham. 

63 Oxford. 

64 ....... Located — ill 

health. 



HUGHES, JAMES. 



1839 c 

40 R. OUT, 

41 

42 
43 
44 
45 



ORD. . 



R. F. C. 



46 

47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 
53 
54 
55 
56 
57 
58 
59 
60 
61 



F, SEC 
F. SEC 



Elizabethtown 
and Gananoque. 
Clarendon. 
Crosby. 
Crosby. 
L'Orignal. 
L'Orignal and 

St. Andrew's. 
Mississippi. 
Mississippi. 
Yonge Street. 
Yonge Street. 
Cooksville. 
Colborne. 
Colborne. 
Millbrook. 
Millbrook. 
Millbrook. 
Glanford. 
Glanford. 
Glanford. 
Oakville. 
Oakville. 
Georgetown. 



1862 f. sec Georgetown. 

63 Aylmer, C. W. 

64 . . . Aylmer, C. W 
65-) 

to V sup'd Colborne. 

73J 

74 . Toronto Conf. 



HUGHES, JAMES [B]. 

1858 r. cm t . Bowmanville, 
59 R.F.C.&0 Mooretown. 
60 Mooretown. 

61 sup'd . . . Millbrook. 

62 sup'd Bowmanville. 

Died November 17th, 1862, 
aged 30 years. 



HUGHES, SILAS JAMES. 

1871 c. ... Ainleyville. 

72 r. om. Mitchell. 

73 Wilton. ■ 

74 ..... Montreal Conf. 



HUGILL, JOSEPH. 



1850 r. 


on t. 


Dundas. 


51 . 




( St. Thomas. 




j Wallaceburg. 


52 ... 




Chatham. 


53 




. St. Thomas. 


54 R.F.C.&( 


3 Morpeth. 


55 .. 




East Bolton. 


56 




East Bolton. 


57 




Gait. 


58 




Gait. 


59 




Brampton. 


60 




Brampton. 


61 




. Brampton. 


62 f. 


SEC . 


. Stratford. 


63 f. 


SEC 


Stratford. 


64 




Cornwall. 


65 




Cornwall. 


66 




. Cornwall. 


67 




Farmers ville. 


68 




. Farmersville. 


Died 


November 30th, 1868, 


aged 46 


years. 




HUME 


SAMUEL. 


1859 R. 


(WIT. 


Devonshire and 
McGillivray. 


60 .. 




Belmont. 


61 s. 


v. c 


Cobourg. 


62 . 




Strathroy. 


63 




( Paris. 

( Wyoming. 


Died 


July 28th, 1864, aged 28 


years. 







HUME, WILLIAM. 



1837 R. on* 

38 . 

39 ... 

40 .. 



England. 
Stanstead. 

Located. 



WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



103 



HUNT, 


AMBROSE. 


1861 


Port Hope. 


1863 


Renfrew. 


1854^| 

to ]■ 

IV) 

72 R. F. C. 

73 

74 ... 


r Methodist 
-j Episcopal 
I Conference. 

Romney. 

Romney. 

London Conf. 


62 F. SEC 

63 F. SEC. . 

64 F. SEC. . 

65 

66 .. .. 


Picton. 

Picton. 

Picton. 

Woodstock. 

Woodstock. 


64 .. .. 

65 

66 

67 

68 


Ormstown. 
Ormstown. 
Huntingdon. 
. Huntingdon. 
North Augusta. 


67 .. 

68 CHMN. 


Woodstock. 
Owen Sound. 


69 

70 .... 


Wellington. 
Wellington. 







69 


Aurora. 


71 ... 


. Thurlow. 


HUNT 


, DAVID. 


70 ... 

71 F. SEC. 


Aurora. 
Aurora. 


72 ... 

73 ... 


. Thurlow. 
. Thurlow. 


1854 b. out. 


Derby. 


72 


Yonge St. North 


74 


Toronto Conf. 


55 


Osprey. 


73 


Yonge St. North 






56 


Morris. 


74 


Toronto Conf. 






57 


Elma. 






HUNTINGDON, SIMON. 


58 . Elma. 

59 e.f.c. &o "Wellesley. 

60 Wellesley. 

61 ....... Rockwood. 

62 Flos and Medonte 

63 Wellesley. 


HUNTER, SAMUEL JAMES. 

1861 c Nanticoke. 

62 r. on t Oak ville. 

63 Oakville. 

64 Yonge St. North 


1828 ^ 
to j- .. 

32 J 

33 ord. 

34 .. 

35 ... 

36 .. . 

38 .. 


r Methodist 

\ Episcopal 

I Conference. 

Augusta. 
. Augusta. 

Murray. 
. Murray. 
. Newmarket. 
. Toronto Circuit. 


64 

65 ... 

66 


Nottawasaga. 
Nottawasaga. 
Nottawasaga. 
Mono. 


65 R.F.C.&o Yonge St. North 

66 Bowmanville 

67 .... Montreal East. 


67 


68 


Montreal East. 


39 . . . 


Toronto Circuit. 


68 

, 69 

70 

.71 ... . 
72 


Mono. 

Mono. 

Romnev. 

Romney. 

Kingsville. 


69 

70 .. 

71 .... 

72 ... 
73 


Montreal East. 
Montreal Second. 
Montreal Second 
Montreal Second 
Toronto Third. 


40 ... 
41 
42 

43 ... 
44 


. Whitby, 
. Whitby. 
. Kemptville. 

Kemptville. 

Rideau. 


73 

74 


Kings ville. 
London Conf. 


74 .... 


Toronto Conf. 


45 
46 ... 


. Rideau. 
. Cornwall. 










47 .. 


. Cornwall. 






HUNTER, 


WM. JOHN. 


48 


Pl'esi'Ott. 


HUNT, 


FRANCIS. 


1856 c. 


Aurora. 


49 


. Prescott. 


1842 ) 


( New 


57 R. on T . 


Bradford. 


50 ... 


. Farmersville. 


to \ 


< Connexion 


58 s. v. c. . 


Cobourg, 


51 ... 


. Farmersville. 


54 ) 


( Conference. 


59 


Dundas. 


52 


Glanford. 


55 R. (HIT. 


Sutton. 


60 r.f.c.&o Waterdown. 


53 


. Glanford. 


56 R.F.C. &c 


Sutton. 


61 


Waterdown. 


54 


Grimsby. 


57 


St. Armand. 


62 ... 


Waterdown. 


55 .... 


Grimsby. 


58 


St. Armand. 


63 


Clinton. 


56 


Walsingham 


59 .... 

60 


Farnhain. 
Knowlton. 


64 sup'd. . 

65 ... 


Toronto East. 
London. 


Died Augu 
55 years. 


st 25th, 1856, aged 


61 


Knowlton. 


66 .. 


London. 




62 ) 




67 


London. 






to \ sup'd 


St. Armand. 


68 


Toronto West. 


HURLBL 


rRT, ASAHEL. 


70} 






Toronto West. 


1828 ) 


( Methodist 


71 
72 
73 
74 


Rawdon. 
Rawdon. 
Rawdon. 
Montreal Conf. 


70) 
71 
72 
73 


( Hamilton 

j Centenary. 

Ottawa Centre. 


to f 

32} 

33 ord.. 

34 


•j Episcopal 

( Conference. 

Elizabethtown. 

Elizabethtown. 







74 


Montreal Conf. 


35 


Ottawa. 


HUNT, JOHN. 


Delegate to the First General 
Conference, Toronto, 1874. 


36 .... 
37 


. Ottawa. 
Matilda. 


1844 R. out. 


Woodstock and 







38 


Matilda. 


45 ... 
46 


Goderich. 
Toronto West. 


HUNTINGDON, SILAS. 


39 ... 

40 ... 


Richmond. 
. Richmond. 


47 ... 


Guelph. 


1850 c. 


. Clarendon and 


41 


Port Hope. 


48 R.F.C. & 


o Stamford. 




Onslow. 


42 .... 


Port Hope. 


49) 
50 \ 


1 Drummondville 


51 E. O/l T. 


. Richmond. 


43 .. 


. Cobourg. 


| and Niagara. 


52 


L'Orignal. 


44 


. Napanee. 


51 


Dunn ville. 


53 


St. Andrews. 


45 


Napanee. 


52 


Nelson. 


54 R.F.C. & 


o Gatineau. 


46 


Hallowell. 


53 


Nelson. 


55 


Gatineau. 


47 


Hallowell. 


54 


Milton. 


56 .. 


. Aylmer, C. E. 


48 


Kemptville. 


55 ..■ 


. Milton. 


57 F. SEC. . 


Aylmer, C. E. 


49 ... 


Kemptville. 


56 


Yonge Street. 


58 F. SEC. 


Smith's Falls. 


50 .. 


Matilda. 


57 


Yonge Street. 


59 F. SEC. 


Smith's Falls. 


51 


Matilda. 


58 


Yonge Street. 


60 F. SEC. 


. Smith's Falls. 


52 CHMN. 


Aylmer, C. E. 


59 


Whitby. 


61 sup'd. 


North Wakefield 


53 CHMN. 


Aylmer, C. E. 


60 


. Port Hope. 


62 ... 


Renfrew. 


54 CHMN. 


Maitland. 



104 



MINISTERS AND PROBATIONERS. 



1855 


CHMN. 


Maitland. 


56 UHMN. 


Maitland. 


571 
58 


SB-T S 


' "Woodstock. 
"Woodstock. 


59 


I £f-sj 
r ■* 'a P i 


Mount Pleasant 


60 


X < x 


Mount Pleasant 


61 J 


1 a 


.Mount Pleasant 


62-| 


— 


f Mitchell. 


63 


z S a 


Mitchell. 


64 


Seaforth. 


65 


a n £ 


Seaforth. 


66 J 


a a 


L Seaforth. 


67) 




to > sup'd 


MitcheU. 


73) 




74 




London Conf. 



Secretary of Conference, 1850 ; 
Co-Delegate of the Conference, 
1865 ; Delegate to the First Gen- 
eral Conference, Toronto, 1874. 



HURLBURT, ERASTUS.. 



1844 c 

45 r. onT- 

46 .... 



47 

48 
49 
50 
51 
52 
53 

54 
55 
56 
57 

58 

59 

60 
61 
62 
63 
64 
65 
66 
67 
68 
to 
72 
73 
74 



R.F.C.&O. 



F. SEC. 
F. SEC. 



SUPD 



Gananoque 
Bath. 

Elizabethtown 
Perth and Sher- 
brooke. 
Onslow. 
L'Orignal. 
Gatineau. 
Gatineau. 
St. Andrew's. 
Merrickville. 
Merrickville. 
Rawdon and 

Wesley ville. 
Rawdon. 
Winchester. 
Winchester. 
Winchester. 
Innisfil and 

Snake Island. 
Innisfil aud 

Snake Island. 
St Vincent. 
St. Vincent. 
St. Vincent. 

Thornbury. 

St. Clair. 
St. Clair. 

Christian Islands 

Grand River. 
London Conf. 



HURLBURT, JESSE, M.A. 



1841 -) 
to [ .. 

47 J 

48 sup'y. 

49 ..... 



f Principal 
-{ Victoria 

I College. 

Toronto West. 
. Located. 



HURLBURT, SYLVESTER. 

1836 R. on t Grape Island. 

37 Rice Lake. 

38 ........ Rice Lake. 



1839 Lake Simcoe 

and Barrie. 

40 r.f.c.&o Lake Simcoe. 

41 .... Lake Simcoe. 

42 Lake Simcoe. 

43 Chippewa. 

44 York. 

45 York. 

46 York. 

47 Grimsby. 

48 trea.v. c Cobourg. 
49 Colborne. 

50 .... Colborne. 

51 .... Maitland. 

52 Maitland. 

53 .... Maitland. 

54 .. Smith's Falls. 

55 Smith's Falls. 

56) 

to > Alnwick. 

63 ) 

64 

to > sup'd Prescott. 

73) 

74 Montreal Conf. 



HURLBURT, THOMAS. 

1829 -) 
to J-c Muncey. 

33 J 

34 c. . Saugeen. 

35 r.f.c.&o Saugeen. 

36 ... Saugeen. 

37 . . St. Clair and 

Walpole Island. 
38-) 
to J- ... Lake Superior. 

42 J 

43 Lake Simcoe. • 
44-) 

to [ Indian Mission 

50 J Work, U.S. 

51 Alderville. 

52 Rice Lake. 
53 Rice Lake. 

54 ~) chmn. ) 

55 > h. b. t. > Norway House. 

56 J dist. ) 

57 chmn. , . Garden River. 
58^ 

to V chmn St. Clair. 

64 J 

65 Walpole Island. 

66 Mooretown. 

67 Mooretown. 

68 Caistorville. 

69 . Caistorville. 

70 ... Point Abino. 

71 Manitoulin Isld. 

72 Manitoulin Isld. 

Died April 14th, 1873, aged 65 
years. 

HUSTON, JOHN H. 

1827 ) ("Methodist 

\ Episcopal 



formed the First General Confer- 
ence of the present Methodist 
Episcopal Church in Canada, and 
at which Mr. Reynolds was or- 
dained Bishop by Messrs. Gat- 
chell, Culp and Pickett. He 
died Oct. 9th. 1851. 

HUTCHISON, JAMES. 




I Conference. 

Located. 

Note. — He was one of the five 
disaffected men who, in 1834, 



1840 r. on t. Yonge Street. 


41 


Yonge Street. 


42 


. . Albion. 


43 r.f.c. &o Albion. 


44 .... 




45 


Toronto Circuit. 


46 


Toronto Circuit. 


47 


Owen Sound. 


48 . . 


Owen Sound. 


49 .... 


Sydenham. 


50 




51 .. 


. . Saugeen. 


52 .. 


. . . Saugeen. 


54 ... 


Arran. 


55 . 


Withdrew. 


HUTCHINSON, JOHN. 


1841 ) 
42 \ 


( New Connexion 
\ Conference 


43) 

44 \ 


Located. 


45 c 


New Ireland. 


46 R. on T New Ireland. 


47 1 




48 


Wesley ville and 


49 J 


Rawdon 


50 ... 


.. Adelaide. 


51 ^ 




52 }- 

53 J 




54 r.f.c. &o Chatham. 


55 ... 


. . Westminster. 


56 ... 


Westminster. 


57 


.... Belmont. 


58 


. . . Belmont. 


59 ... 


, Durham. 


60 


. . Hanover. 


61 


Hanover. 


62 




63 . 


... Bruce Mines. 


64 .. 


. . Bruce Mines. 


65 ... 


Bruce Mines. 


66 


Caistorville. 


67 . 


. . Caistorville. 


68 sup 


d. Caistorville. 


69) 




to } su] 


p'd Hamilton. 


73) 




74 


... London Con f . 



HUTCHINSON, RICHARD. 



1835 r. <wt. 


Institution Eng 


36 


Institution Eng. 


37 ORD . 


Quebec. 


38 


Montreal. 


39 R. F. 0. 


Stanstead. 


40 


St. Armand. 


41 


St. Armand. 


42 


. St. Armand. 


43 


Located. 



WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



105 



HUXTABLE, GEO. GELLARD. 
1855 R. on t. 



56 
to 
68 



English Wes- 
leyan Corif. 

West Indies. 



1869^| 

to \ England. 

72 J 

73 k. CAX.c. North Wakefield. 

74 . . Montreal Conf. 



HYNDMAN, JOHN. 

1860 e. oiir.. L'Orignal. 
61 Plantagenet. 

62 Berlin. 

63 s. v. c Cobourg. 

64 Located— ill hth. 



I. 



INGALLS, 


EDMUND S. 




IRVINE, ALEX. 


1869 
70 


j 


Hanover. 
\ Sharon and Mt. 


1835 R. o?i t. 


New Ireland. 


1822~ 


1 Genesee Con- 
f | ference, U.S. 


71 


I" 


( Albert 


36 


St. John's. 


to 


72 


F. SEC. . 


Cookstown. 


37 


Wesleyville. 


28, 


73 


F. SEC. 


Cookstown. 


38 
39 


Wesleyville. 
Sherbrooke. 


29 
30 


Located. 


74 




Toronto Conf. 










40 R.F.C.&O 


New Ireland. 


31 


r. can. c. Bay Quinte. 


Delegate to First General Con 


41 


New Ireland. 


32 


.. York. 


ference, Toronto, 1874. 


42 


Shefford. 


33 


.. York. 








43 .. 


Shefford. 


34 


Stamford. 








44) 
45 j '• 


i Compton and 

Hatley. 
Stanstead. 


35 
36 


.... Stamford. 

. . . . Located and re- 


ISAAC, JOHN RUXTON. 


46 


moved to the Western States, 


1867 


C. 


Artemesia. 


47 


Stanstead. 


where he died Aug. 30th, 1840. 


68 


C. 


Thornbury. 


48 


Clareneeville. 






69 


r. on T . 


Hanover. 


49 


Clarence ville. 






70 




Durham. 


50 


Clareneeville. 




IRVINE, HENRY. 


71 


s. v. c . . 


Cobourg. 


51 


St. Armand. 






72 


R.F.C.&O 


Sombra. 


52 


St. Armand. 


1863 


r. on t . . Farmersville. 


73 




Napier. 


53 sup'y 


Dunham. 


64 


.. Lyn. 


74 




London Conf. 


54 


Dunham. 


65 


Smith's Falls. 








55 


Gaspe. 


66 


Carleton Place. 








56 


Granby. 


67 


r. f. c. & o Leave of absence. 








57 .. 


Dunham. 


68 


. . Yonge St. South. 




IVISON 


JAMES A. 


58^1 




69 


Battersea. 


1854 


c. 


Mud Lake. 


to J-sup'd 


Granby. 


70 


Metis. 


55 


R. on T . . 


Alnwick Circuit 


73j 




71 


Metis. 


56 




Owen Sound. 


74 


Montreal Conf. 


72 


Metis. 


57 




Paisley. 






73 


Three Rivers. 


58 


R.F.C &f 


Paisley. 






74 


Montreal Conf. 


59 




Southampton 


IRELAND, 


FRANCIS C. 







60 




and Paisley 
Strathroy. 


1859 k. on t 


Percy. 




IRWIN, WILLIAM. 


61 




Strathroy. 


60 ) 








62 




Westminster. 


61 [s.v.c. 


Cobourg. 


1857 


r. on T. St. Vincent. 


63 




Westminster. 


62 


Elgin. 


58 


.... Belmore. 


64 




Westminster. 


63 R.F.C.&O 


Marmora. 


59 


Oakville. 


65 




London North. 


64 ) 




60 


Chatham. 


66 




London North. 


65 |SUPY 


St. Andrew's. 


61 


r.f.c.&o Rond Eau. 


67 




Fenella. 


66 -\ 

to J- sup'y 




62 


Rond Eau. 


68 




Fenella. 


Lachute. 


63 


f. sec Wallaceburg. 


69 




Alnwick. 


70 J 




64 


F. sec Wallaceburg. 


70 


. . . 


Alnwick. 


71 1 




65 


Invermay. 


71 




Alnwick. 


to > sup'y 


Montreal. 


66 


F. sec Invermay. 


72 




Madoc. 


73 J 




67 


f. sec Invermay. 


73 


sup'd 


Madoc. 


74 


Montreal Conf. 


68 


f. sec Hanover. 


74 




London Conf. 



106 



MINISTERS AND PROBATIONERS. 



J. 



JACKSON, DANIEL". 

1856 c Newcastle. 

57 R. on t . Norwood. 

58 Lindsay. 

59 s. v. c Cobourg. 

60 Located— ill 

health. 



JACKSON, HENRY. 



1856 R. OttT. 

57 ... .. 

58 s. v. c 
59 
60 



Sidney. 

Weston. 

Cobourg. 

Grafton. 

India, under di- 
rection of Methodist Episcopal 
Church, U.S. In 1874 he was 
at Cawnpore, in charge of the 
Boarding School and Native work. 



JACKSON, JOHN. 

1855 c. . . . 

56 R. <m t . . Stratford. 

57 . . Guelph. 

58 Consecon. 

59 R.F.C. &o Consecon. 



60 
61 
62 
63 
64 
65 



Stirling. 

Stirling. 

Sidney. 

Sidney. 

No Station. 

Expelled. 



JACKSON, SAMUEL. 

1858 c. ... Eaton. 

59 r. on t . . Dunham. 

60 . . East Bolton. 

61 Westmeath. 

!s.'v.' ci Cobour s- 



62 



63 ord No Station 



Sutton. 
Sutton. 
Frelighsburg. 
Vermont 
Conference, 

U. S. 



64 

65 

66 sup'd 
67 
to 
70 

71 r 

to > Frelighsburg. 

74 Montreal Conf. 



JACKSON, THOMAS W 

1867 c Listowel. 

68 r. on t Drayton. 

69 Erin. 

70 „ . St. George. 

71 R.F.c.&o Otterville. 

72 Otterville. 

73 Otterville. 

74 London Conf. 



JACKSON, WILLIAM. 



1862 c. 

63 R. on T 

64 ... 

65 s. v. o 

66 ... 

67 

68 . 

69 . 

70 . 

71 .. 

72 .... 

73 .. 
74 



. Farnham. 

East Bolton. 

East Bolton. 
. Cobourg. 
I Milford. 
( Quebec. 

Quebec. 

Danville. 
. Danville. 

Danville. 

Melbourne. 
. Melbourne. 

Melbourne. 
. Montreal Conf. 



JACOBS, PETER. 



1838 c. 
39 c. 
40 
41 

42 R.OWT. 

43 ord. . . 
44' 
to 
49 
50 
51 
52 

53 

54 
55 
56 
57 
58 



Lake Superior. 
Lake Superior. 
Fort Alexander, 

H.B.T. 
Norway House, 

H.B.T. 
Visiting Eng. 

Lac La Pluie, 

H.B.T. 

Visiting Eng. 
Canada West. 
Tour in H. B. T. 
and C. W 
Saugeen. 
Saugeen. 
Rama. 
Rama. 
No Station. 
Expelled. 



JACQUES, GEORGE. 



1854 r. ojit. 
55 
56 

57 ORD.. 

58 r. p. c. 

59 .. 
60 
61 
62 
63 
64 
65 
66 
67 

68 .. . 

69 sup'd. 

70 sup'd . 

71 sup'd. 
72 

73 

74 



Southampton. 

Derby. 

Arran. 

Hanover. 

Hanover. 

Hanover. 

Holland and 

Sullivan. 
Paisley. 
Paisley. 
Artemesia. 
Artemesia. 
Artemesia. 
Bayfield. 
Bayfield. 
Bayfield. 
Artemesia. 
Artemesia. 
Saugeen. 
Saugeen. 
Toronto Conf. 



JAMES, RICHARD G. 



1868 
69 
70 
71 
72 

73 
74 



c. 

R. on T 



Tilsonburg. 
Amabel. 
Welland. 
Smithville. 
No Station — ill 
health. 
Blenheim. 
Toronto Conf. 



JAMIESON, WM. S., B.A. 



1872 c. 

73 R. OUT 

74 ... 



North Gower. 
L'Orignal. 
Montreal Conf. 



1841 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 
53 
54 
55 
56 
57 
58 
59 
60 
61 
62 
63 
64 
65 
66 
67 



R.F.C.&O 



JEFFERS, THOMAS. 

Peterboro'. 

Brantford. 

London. 

Simcoe. 

Malahide. 

Malahide. 

Dumfries. 

Dumfries. 

Nelson. 

Nelson. 

Cainsville. . 

Cains ville. 

Crowland. 

Welland. 

Markham. 

Markham. 

Waterdown. 

Dunnville. 

Duunville. 

Dunnville. 

Walsingham. 

Walsingham. 

Weston. 

Weston. 

Weston. 

Georgetown. 

Georgetown. 

Georgetown. 



69^ 

70 [ sup'd Toronto. 
71 J 

Died September 15th, 1871, 
aged 62 years. 



JEFFERS, WELLINGTON, 
D.D. 



1836 c. 
37 K. 
38 



39 



5 mo.. Isle of Tanti. 
on t . Hamilton. 

Lake Simcoe, 
Barrie and 
Coldwater. 
. . . Osgoode and 

Bytown. 
( Mississippi. 
| Brock ville. 



40 



41 r.f.c.&o Belleville. 



WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



107 



CHMN. 
DIST. 



CHMN. 
DIST. 



Sidney. 

Sidney. 

"Waterloo. 
. Waterloo. 

Dundas. 

Grimsby. 

Brantford. 

Brantford. 

Yonge Street. 

Yonge Street. 

Yonge Street. 

Toronto East. 
C Montreal Centre, 
■j Montreal Centre. 
I Montreal Centre. 
("Rice Lake. 
\ Rice Lake. 
LRice Lake. 

Editor Chris tian 
Guardian. 

Oshawa. 
Oshawa. 

London, Nor. St. 
London, Nor. St. 
London East. 
Toronto Conf. 



1842 
43 
44 

45 

46 

47 

48 

49 

50 

51 

52 

53 

54 

55 

56 

57 

58 

59 

60) 

to } 

68 ) 

69 CHMN, 

70 CHMN 

71 .. . 

72 sup'd 

73 CHMN 
, 74 . 

Secretary of Conference 1853 ; 
Co-delegate of the Conference 
1866. The honorary degree of 
D.D., was conferred upon him 
by Victoria University, 1863. 

Delegate to First General Con- 
fence, Toronto, 1874. 



JEFFERV, THOS. WESLEY. 

1857 c. Paris. 

58 R. on t . . Paris. 

59 Melbourne. 

60 . . . . Kingston. 

61 r.f.c.&o Kingston. 

62 .... Napanee. 

63 Napanee. 

64 . . Toronto West. 

65 f. sec Melbourne. 
66 Melbourne. 

67 Melbourne. 

68 Wellington Sq. 

69 ... Wellington Sq. 

70 f. sec. . Milton. 

71 f. sec. . Milton. 

72 f. sec. Milton. 

73 f. sec. Toronto Second. 

74 Toronto Conf. 



JENKINS, JOHN. 

1835 e. on t Institution Eng. 
36 . . . Institution Eng. 

ord Goobee, India. 



37 
38 
to 
41 
42 
to 
46 
47 
to 
51 
52 
53 
54 



India. 



English Conf. 



Montreal. 

Montreal Centre. 
Montreal Centre. 
Withdrew. 



JENNINGS, DAVID. 



1844 c. 
45 R. on T 



Yonge Street. 
Whitby. 

46 r.f.c. &o Owen Sound. 

47 Gananoque. 

48 Clarendon. 

49 Clarendon. 

50 .... Farmersville. 

51 ... Sherbrooke. 

52 . . Sherbrooke. 

53 .... Merrickville. 

54 . . Merrickville. 

55 Chambly. 

56 ... Farnham. 

57 Bruce Mines. 

58 ... Bruce Mines. 

59 ... Bruce Mines. 

60 No Station— ill 

health. 

61 ... Holland Land'g. 

62 sup'd. Weston. 

63 . . Gaspe. 

64 .... Gaspe. 

65 ) 

to > sup'd , Weston. 

73) 

74 Toronto Conf. 



JENNINGS, JOHN. 



1871 c 

72 r. on t. 

73 ... 



Smithville. 
Located. 



JEWELL, JOHN ARTHUR, 
B.A. 

1869 c. . . Stayher. 

70 R. on t . Smithville. 

71 . . Oakwood. 

72 ... Millbrook. 

73 r.f.c.&o Blairton. 

74 Toronto Conf. 

A graduate of University Col- 
lege, Toronto— B.A. , 1869. 



JOHNSON, FRANCIS. 



1872 c 
73 R. on-r 
74 



Lakefield. 
Omemee. 
Toronto Conf. 



JOHNSON, JOHN. 



1833 R. 
34 
35 
36 
37 ... 



on T. 



St. Johns. 
Stanstead. 
Located. 



JOHNSON, JOSHUA H, M.A. 

( Methodist 
< Episcopal 
/ Conference. 



1849 ^ 
to J- . . 

59 J 

60 r. f. c 



Brockville, 

Principal of 
Victoria School. 

61 Montreal West. 

62 Montreal West. 

63 Montreal West. 



1864 
65 
66 
67 
68 
69 
70 
71 
72 
73 
74 



Aylrner E. 

Aylmer E. 

Peterborough. 

Peterborough. 

Peterborough. 

Quebec 

Quebec. 

Odessa. 

Odessa. 

Agent Vic. Col. 

Toronto Conf. 



JOHNSON, MOSES MAIT 
LAND. 
1862 r. onT. 



63 ... 

64 .... 

65 s. v. c 

66 R.F.C.&O 

67 ... 
68 

69 

70 
71 



Hungerford. 

Bath. 

Bath. 

Cobourg. 

I Georgeville and 

/ Magog. 

Compton. 

Compton. 

Dundas. 



Died Aug. 27th, 1871, aged 35 
years. 



JOHNSON, THOMAS. 

( Methodist 

< Episcopal 

( Church, U.S. 



1868 
69 

70 R. on t L'Orignal. 

71 Withdrew. 
Killed by being thrown from 

his buggy, Aug. 17th, 1873. 



1854 
55 
56 
57 
58 
59 
60 
61 
62 
63 
64 
65 
66 

67 
68 
69 

70 
71 
72 
73 
74 



JOHNSTON, DAVID 

ARTHUR, 
c. . . Sidney. 
r. on t . Sidney. 

Waterloo — K. 
Storrington. 
r.f.c.&O Cartwright. 
Cartwright. 
Cartwright. 
Lakefield and 

Mud Lake. 
Percy. 
Percy. 
Percy. 
Baltimore and 

Grafton. 
Osprey. 
Osprey. 
Florence. 
Florence. 
Ainleyville. 
Cartwright. 
D. Belleville. 

Toronto Conf. 



SUP 



JOHNSTON, EDWARD. 
1809^1 (-English 

to >■ < Wesleyan 

16 J I Conference. 

17 . . Fort Wellington 

C. W 

18 ..... Kington. 

19 Ret. to England. 

Died in 1858. 



108 



MINISTERS AND PROBATIONERS. 



JOHNSTON, HUGH, 
M.A., B.D. 

1859 R. onT.. Florence. 

60 Gosfield and 

Amherstburg. 

to [v. v. c. Cobourg. 

64 J 

65 e.f.c.&o. Toronto East. 

66 ....... Montreal East. 

67 Sandwich and 

Windsor. 

68 Windsor. 

69 Windsor. 

70 Toronto West. 

71 Toronto Fifth. 

72 Toronto Fifth. 

73 Hamilton — 

Centenary. 
74 London Conf. 

A graduate of Victoria Univer- 
sity— B. A., 1865, Silver Medal- 
list ; M.A., 1869 ; B.D., 1874. 



1868 
69 

70 
71 

72 
73 
74 



JOHNSTON, WILLIAM. 

{Primitive 
Methodist 
Church. 
R. on T Drayton. 
. . . Elora. 
r.f.c.&o Erin. 
Erin. 
.... Toronto Conf. 



JOLLEY, 

1865-1 

to [ 



70 J 

71 R. 

72 .. 

73 .. 

74 .. 



F. C 



WM. CLOWES. 

Primitive 
Methodist 

Church. 
Port Rowan. 
Port Rowan. 
Allenford. 
Toronto Conf. 



JOLLIFFE, WILLIAM J. 

1868 c. Bowmanville. 

69 r. on t . Prince Albeit. 

70 ... Newcastle. 

71 . Newcastle. 

72 Streetsville. 

73 R.F.c.&o Yonge St. South. 

74 , Montreal Conf. 



JONES, BENJAMIN. 



1844 R. on t 



45 . 

46 . 

48 I 

49 J 

50 C, 

51 c, 

52 R 

53 . 



Newmarket and 
Snake Island. 
Albion. 
Bradford. 

Located. 



54 



Owen Sound. 

Picton. 

F.c.&o Newburg. 
Newburg. 

\ Humber. 

\ Yonge Street. 



1855 
56 
57 
58 



Yonge Street. 
Brampton. 
Brampton. 
Located. 



JONES, CORNELIUS A. 

1862 r. on t . Wesleyville. 

63 .... Wesleyville. 

64 St. Andrews. 

65 . . Prince Albert. 

66 r.f.c.&o Millbrook. 

67 Burleigh Road. 

68 Hall's Bridge. 

69 ... New Ireland. 

70 New Ireland. 

71 New Ireland. 

72 Cookshire. 

73 Cookshire. 

74 ... Montreal Conf. 



JONES, EDMUND SHEP- 
HERD. 

1866 c. . . . Kincardine. 

67 R. on t . Howick. 

68 Wyoming. 

69 Arkona. 

70 . . Romney. 

71 R. F.c.&o Woodslee. 
72 Woodslee. 

73 . . . Amherstburg. 

74 London Conf. 



JONES, GEORGE. 



1857 c 

58 E. MIT., 

59 

60 ... , 

61 .... . 



Wawanosh. 

Morris. 

Kincardine. 

Bayfield. 

Teeswater. 



Died May 24th, 1862, aged 28 
years. 

JONES, HENRY. 

1851 c. . . . Sidney. 

52 R. on t. . Sidney. 

53 Humber. 

54 . . Markham. 

55 Located — ill 

health. 

JONES, JOSEPH. 



1855 c. . . 

56 R. WIT. 

57 . . 
58 



Montreal East. 
Montreal East. 
Clinton. 
Rem. to U. S. 



JONES, PETER. 

1813^ rMethodist 

\ Episcopal 



to \ .. 

32J L 

33 sup'd. 
34 



Conference. 



JONES, PETER. 
(ka-ke-wa-quon-a-by. ) 



1825 ") 
to [ 
32 J 
33 
34 



ORD. 



35 Credit. 



r Methodist 
-< Episcopal 
I Conference. 

Credit, 

Translating. 



36 
37 
38 
39 

40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 

50 
51 
52 
to 
56 



SI7PY. 



supy . 



. Credit. 

I Visiting 

| England. 

. Credit, 

Translating. 

Muncey. 

Muncey. 

Muncey. 

Muncey. 
( Visiting 
\ England. 

Muncey. 
I Muncey Indus- 
( trial School. 

. Under Sup't. of 
of Missions. 

. . Brantfbrd. 



Grand River. 



Located. 



Died June 28th, 1856, aged 54 
years. 

JONES, PETER W 

1867 c - Belmont. , 

68 K. wit St. George. 

69 .... Norwich. 

70 Albion. 

71 R.F.c.&O Garafraxa. 

72 Garafraxa. 

73 Rockwood. 

74 .... London Conf. 



JONES, RICHARD. 

1820 ^ rMethodist 

to i- < Episcopal 

32 J I Conferenoe. 

33 ORD . Cobourg. 

34 . . Hallowell. 

35 Hallowell. 

36 , Stamford. 

37 Hamilton. 

38 ... By town. 

39 . . Bytown. , 

40 Bytown. 

41 .. Hallowell. 

42 Bay Quinte. 

43 Bay Quinte. 

44 . Pres. of Conf. 

45 . . . ". Cobourg. 

46 Cobourg. 

47 . . Cobourg. 

48 Consecon. 

49 Consecon. 

50 Belleville. 

51 Belleville. 

52 Yonge Street. 

53 Yonge Street. 

54 Yonge Street. 



WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



109 



1855 ... 


Yonge Street. 


1863 


56 


Yonge Street. 


64 


57 .... 


Weston. 


65 


58 


Weston. 


66 


59 


Dundas. 


67 


60 


Dundas. 


68 j 


61 


Dundas. 


to S 


62 


London. 


73 ) 



London. 
London. 
Cobourg. 
Cobourg. 
Cobourg. 

sup'd. Cobourg;. 



1874 



Toronto Conf. 



President of Conference, 1844 
and 1865 ; Co-Delegate of Confer- 
ence, 1860 ; Delegate to First Gen- 
eral Conference, Toronto, 1874. 

Chairman of District, 1836 to 
1867. 



K. 



KANE, DAVID. 



1873 R. out. 
74 



Glanford. 
Dropped. 



KAPPELE, STEPHEN. 

1862 R. onT. Preston — Germ. 

63 ORD Preston — Germ. 

64 ... Hamilton — Ger. 
65 Hamilton — Ger. 

66 ... Vennacher. 

67 Vennacher. 

68 Vennacher. 

, / ( Hamilton and 

£j I i Paris. 

73 .. Preston and Paris 
74 London Conf. 

KEAGEY, JOHN, G., B.A. 

1862 r. wit. Perth. 

63 v. v. u . . Cobourg. 

64 Grimsby. 

65 ... Grimsby. 

66 r.f.c.&o Bradford. 

67 ) 

to > sup'y. Dundas. 
73) 

74 . . . London Conf. 

A graduate of Victoria Univer- 
sity— B.A., 1864. 

KEAM, FRANK COUCH. 



1873 


R. Oil T 


. Alderville. 




74 




Toronto Conf. 




KEEFER, 


BENJAMIN B. 




1868 


c. 


. Thorold. 




69 


R. on T 


. Grimsby. 




70 




Brantford. 




71 




. London, Nrtli. 


St 


72 


R.F.C. & 


o London, Nrth. 


St 


73 




Brantford, Brant 






J 


lV. 


74 




. London Conf. 






KELL, 


UI, HENRY. 




1862 


k. on T 


Albion. 




63 




Stratford. 




64 




Kincardine. 





66 s.v.c. 

67 
68 



1865 s.v.c Cobourg. 
Cobourg. 
Milton. 
n.F.c. &o Clinton. 
Clinton. 

69 Clinton. 

70 Lucknow. 

71 . . Lucknow. 

72 Lucknow. 

73 . . Wingham. 

74 ... London Conf. 



KELLY, THOMAS. 



$60 R 

61 . 


on T. 


Ainleyville. 
Clinton. 


62 
63 




Bayfield. 
Paris. 


64 s. 


V. C. 


Cobourg. 


65 s. 


v. c. 


\ Cobourg. 

( Yonge St. South. 


66 r 
67 


F.O. & 


o Brampton. 
Port Rowan. 


68 
69 




Napanee. 
. New Glasgow. 


70 




St. Armand. 


71 




St. Armand. 


72 


. . . 


. St. Armand. 



73 Rem. to U. S., 

and united with the Methodist 
Erjiscopal Church. 



KENNEDY, DAVID, M.A. 

1860 r. on t. Berlin and 

Blenheim. 

61 it. v. c. Cobourg. 

62 u. v. c. Cobourg. 

63 . Consecon. 

64 r.f.c.'&o Consecon. 

65 Napanee. 

66 Selby. 

67 Pittsburg. 

68 Pittsburg. 

69 Erin. 

70 . . Erin. 

71 .... Seaforth. 

72 sup'd. Seaforth. 

73 ... Hudson. 

74 ... Montreal Conf. 

A graduate of Victoria Univer- 
sity— B.A., 1863; M.A., 1868. 



KENNEDY, GEORGE. 


1842 R. out 


Peterboru'. 


43 


Simcoe. 


44 


Woodstock. 


45 


. London Circuit 


46 R.F.C. & 


3 Goderich. 


47 


Godercih. 


48 


. Adelaide. 


49 

50 


. Walsingham. 
Walsingham. 


51 


Malahide. 


52 


Malahide. 


53 ... 

54 


Aylmer W 
Gait. 


55 


Gait. 


56 

57 
58 


. Ingersoll. 
Ingersoll. 
Ingersoll. 


59 sdp'y. 
60 


Ingersoll. 
Nissouri. 


61 


Nissouri. 


62 


Nissouri. 


63 

64 


Mount Brydges 
Mount Brydges 


65 

66 


Mount Brydges 
Lucan. 


67 


Waterdown. 


68 .... 


Dunnville. 


69 


Dunnville. 


70 


L'Orignal. 


71 ) 




72 \ sup'd . 


Ingersoll. 


73 




74 


London Conf. 


KENNEDY, JAMES. 


1857 c. 


Walsingham. 


58 r. on t. 


Walsingham. . 


59 s. v. c . 


Cobourg. 


60 s. v. c 


Grafton. 


61 R.F.C. &c 


> St. George. 


62 


Arkona. 


63 


Arkona. 


64 .. 


Arkona. 


65 


Belmont. 


66 


Belmont. 


67 


Belmont. 


68 


Mount Brydges. 


69 


Mount Brydges. 


70 


Mount Brydges. 


71 


Dorchester. 


72 


Dorchester. 


73 


Dorchester. 


74 .... 


London Conf. 



110 



MINISTERS AND PROBATIONERS. 



KENNEY, GEORGE H. 

,... ( Blenheim. 

1860K.<mT | GullRiver . 

61 Gull River. 

62 . . Plantagenet 

63 " 

64 

65 ... 

66 .. 

67 ... . 

68 ... 

69 . 

70 ... . 

71 ...... 

72 

73 sup'd 



74 



North Wakefield 
r. f. c. & o Grenville. 
.... Grenville. 
Riceville. 
Bearbrook. 
Beai'brook. 
Bearbrook. 
Wingham. 
Wingham. 
Wingham 
Wingham. 
Toronto Conf. 



KEOUGH, JABEZ BUNTING. 

1854 c. . Orillia. 

55 R. onT. . Brighton. 

56 s. v. c Cobourg. 

57 s. v. c Cobourg. 

58 r.f.c.&o Alnwick Circuit. 

59 . . Point Alexander. 

60 Long Isl'd Locks 

61 Lochaber. 

62 .... . Lochaber. 

63 . . Lochaber. 

64 Russell. 

65 . . Bearbrook. 

66 . . . . Bearbrook. 

67 . . . . Grenville. 

68 . Grenville. 

69 . . . . Grenville. 

70 . ... North Gower. 

71 .... North Gower. 

72 . . North Gower. 

73 Bell's Corners. 

74 . . . Montreal Conf. 



KEOUGH, THOMAS STOTT. 



56 r. oti t. 


Kingston. 


57 ... 


Belleville. 


58 


. Grimsby. 


59 


Grimsby. 


60 R.F.C. & 


o Welland. 


61 F. SEC. 


. Welland. 


62 F. SEC. 


Glanford. 


63 F. SEC. 


Glanford. 


64 .... 


. Glanford. 


65 


. St. George. 


66 ... .. 


. St. George. 


67 


East Zorra. 


68 .... 


East Zorra. 


69 J 


1 Agent 


to } . 


< Victoria 


72 | 


( College. 


73 


\ Baltimore. 


j Yonge St. Centre 


74 .... 


Toronto Conf. 



KEPPEL, JOHN HADDEN. 

1863 c Berlin. 

64 r. o/it.. Blenheim. 

65 Blenheim. 

66 ...... Barrie. 



1867 
68 
69 
70 
71 
72 
73 
74 



RtF.c.&o Vespra. 

Cookstown. 
Bruce Mines. 
Bruce Mines. 
Bruce Mines. 
Silver Islet. 
Princeton. 
London Conf. 



KER, PETER. 



1833 e.,oht.. 
34 .... 
35 
36 

37 R.F.C.&O 

38 
39 

40 

41 

42 

43 

44 

45 ... 
46 

47 ... 

48 

49 

50 

51 . . 

52 .... 

53 . 

54 sup'd 

55 sup'd 
56 

57 . 

58 .. . . 

59 F. SEC. 
60 -| 

to J- sup'd . 

66 J 

67 



68-) 

69 > sup'd 

70 J 

71 ... 

72 .... 



Westminster. 

Gosfield. 

Canboro'. 

Simcoe. 

Brantford. 

Ancaster. 

Hamilton. 

Oxford. 

Simcoe. 

Simcoe. 

Dumfries. 

Dumfries. 

Nelson. 

Nelson. 

Toronto Circuit. 

Brampton. 

Brampton. 

Markham. 

Markham. 

Markham. 

Oshawa. 

Oshawa. 

Suspension Bdge. 

Dunnville. 

Dunnville. 

Paris. 

Paris and Gait. 

Drummondville. 

Agt. Tract Soc. 
by permission 
of the Conf. 

Drummondville. 



Hillsdale. 
Hillsdale. 

73 , . Chelsea. 

74 . . . . Montreal Conf. 



KERR, JOHN L. 



1852 
53 
54 
55 
56 
57 
58 
59 
60 
61 
62 
63 
64 
65 
66 
67 
68 
69 
70 



o. . . . 

v. 

R.cmT.&O 



R. F. C. 



Erin. 

Wellesljy. 

Mono. 

Proton. 

Proton. 

Owen Sound. 

St. Vincent. 

St. Vincent. 

Orillia. 

Orillia. 

Orillia. 

Cayuga. 

Cayuga. 

Cayuga. 

Napier. 

Romney. 

Dawn Mills. 

Dawn Mills, 

Dawn Mills. 



1871 ... Ridgetown. 

72 . Ridgetown 

73 .... Ridgetown. 

74 . . London Conf. 



KERR, RICHARD. 
1864 c 

65 R. Oil T . 

66 . 

67 



) Brighton. 
\ Newcastle. , 

Merrickville. 

Bury. 
68 R.F.c. &o Port Neuf. 



69 
70 

71 
72 



Winchester. 
Otterville. 
Wallaceburg. 
Located. 



KETTLEWELL, WILLIAM. 

1872 R. onr. Exeter. 

73 Exeter. 

74 ........ London Conf. 



KIDD, JAMES P. 



1864 r. on t 

65 

66 ... . 

67 .... . 



Artemesia. 
Keppel. 
Thornbury. 
Expelled. 



KIERNON, JOHN. 

1857 R. f. c. Methodist Epis. 
Church, U.S. 

58 Huntington. 

59 Huntington. 

60 ... Winchester. 

61 . . . . Winchester. 

62 ... Winchester. 

63 . . Portage du Fort. 

64 . . Portage du Fort. 

65 . . Portage du Fort. 

66 Rem. to U. S. 



KILGOUR, JOSEPH. 

1856 e. (wt.. L'Orignal. 

57 . Richmond. 

58 Kemptville. 

59 s. v. c . Cobourg. 

60 s. v. c Plainville. 

61 r.f.c &o Ormstown. 

62 . . . Ormstown. 

63 Ormstown. 

64 Cavignal. 

65 . Cavignal. 

66 . . Lachute and 

Grenville. 

67 . Lachute. 

68 ._. . Lachute. 

69 . . Aylmer, Que. 

70 ... Tweed. 

71 . Tweed. 

72 . . Tweed. 

73 . . . Shannonville. 
74 Toronto Conf. 



WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



Ill 



KINES, JAMES. 

1863 R. om. Milford. 
64 Milford, 

65 . . . . Hungerford. 

66 . . Sidney. 

67 s. v. c ■ Cobourg. 

68 k.f.c.&o Hamilton East. 
69 Keene. 

70 . . Keene. 

71 .... Keene. 

72 . . Agent Vic. Col. 

73 Odessa. 

74 .... Montreal Conf. 

KNIGHT, ADOLPHUS G.,B.A. 
1869 | R, ,°,' l . T ! Cobourg. 



| S. V. c. 

70 . . Shannonville. 

71 Trenton. 

72 Ameliasburg. 

73 f.e.o. &o Kingston 2nd. 

74 Montreal Conf. 

A graduate of Victoria Univer- 
sity— B. A., 1873. 



KNOWLAN, JAMES. 



1806 
to 
20 



Eastern British 
America. 



1821 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 



Montreal. 

Montreal. 

Montreal. 

Melbourne. 

Kingston. 

Kingston. 

Stanstead. 

Stanstead. 

St. Armand. 

St. Armand. 

Odelltown. 

E. B. Amerk'i 



KOYL, EPHRAIM LILLIE. 



KNOWLES, HENRY WM. 

1870 u Port Neuf. 

71 k. o»t. Coaticoke. 

72 Cassville. 

73 stu Mont. Theo. Col. 

74 Montreal Conf. 



KNOX, WILLIAM. 



1870 c. 

71 R. (MIT. 

72 ... 

73 .... 
74 



Collfield. 
Franklin Centre. 
North Gore. 
Mont. Theo. Col. 
Montreal Conf. 



1853 r.f 


. c. Belmont. 


54 


Amerstburg. 


0. r > . . . 


Amherstburg. 


56 ... 


. . . . Devonshire. 


57 ... 


Devonshire. 


58 ... 


Wawanosh. 


59 . 


Wawanosh. 


60 


Wawanosh. 


61 


Percy. 


62 .. 


Percy. 


63 ) 

64 \ 


f Lakefield, 


-| Warsaw and 


I. Mud Lake. 


65 


Oakwood. 


66 .. 


Oakwood. 


67 ... 


Niagara. 


68 ... 


Niagara. 


69 


Pittsburg. 


70 


Centreville. 


71 . 


( 'entreville. 


72 


Centreville. 


73 


. . Stouffville. 


.74 


Toronto Conf. 


KRUPP, HENRY. 


1856^) 
to [ .. 


( With the 


. . -! United 

I Brethren. 


72 J 


73 R. F. (.'. Preston and Paris 




Ger. Mis. 


74 


Montreal Conf. 



L. 



LA-CLAIRE, ALEXANDER. 

1863-) R. f. o. r South Roxton, 

64 V .. I French 

65 J L Mission. 

66 .... Rem. to U. S. 



LA DOW, SAMUEL P. 

1842 r. 07i t. . Hallowell. 

43 r.f.c. &o Napanee. 

44 . . Napanee. 

45 Peterboro'. 

46 . . Rem. to U. S. 



LAIRD, JAMES. 



LAIRD, JOHN G. 



1862 i 


. on t . Holland Land'g 


63 


.... Mount Forest 




and Arthur 


64 


. . Durham. 


65 s 
66 


v. c Cobourg. 
. . Chatham. 


67 i 

68 

69 


.f.c. &o Napier. 
...... Napier. 

. . Woodslee. 


70 


Woodslee. 


71 

72 . 
73 


. . Amherstburg. 
Amherstburg. 
. . Teeswater. 


74 


.... London Conf. 



1848 
49 
50 
51 
52 
53 
54 
55 
56 
57 
58 
59 
60 
61 
62 
63 
64 
65 
66 
67 
68 
69 
70 
71 
72 
73 
74 



R.F.C.&O 



F. KKC. 



Chatham. 

Goderich. 

London Circuit. 

London Circuit. 

London. 

Sarnia. 

Sarnia. 

Samia. 

Thorold. 

Thorold. 

Thorold. 

Hamilton. 

London Circuit. 

Londou Circuit. 

Mount Pleasant. 

Mount Pleasant. 

Paris. 

Paris. 

Paris. 

Drummondville. 

Drummondville. 

Drummondville. 

Fergus. 

Fergus. 

Fergus. 

Owen Sound. 

Toronto Conf. 



Delegate to First General Con- 
ference, Toronto, 1874. 



LAIRD, WILLIAM HENRY. 

1855 R. out. Lindsay. 

56 s. v. c. . Cobourg. 

57 s. v. c. Cobourg. 

58 Toronto East. 

59 r.f.c.&o Glanford. 

60 . . Cainsville. 

61 .... Cainsville. 
62 Cainsville. 

63 .... Waterdown. 

64 ... Waterdown. 

65 . . Water-down. 

66 Port Dover. 

67 Port Dover.. 

68 . . Port Dover. 

69 .... Dundas. 

70 .... Dundas. 

71 Woodstock. 

72 Woodstock. 

73 Woodstock. 

74 Toronto Conf. 

LAKE, CHARLES VAN- 

DUSEN. 

1860^1 f Methodist 

to y -l Episcopal 

70 J I Conference. 

71 R. f. c Aylwin. 

72 Aylwin. 

73 . . Aylwin. 

74 . . Toronto Conf. 



112 



MINISTERS AND PROBATIONERS. 



1855 
56 
57 
58 
59 
60 
61 
62 
63 
64 
65 
66 
67 
68 
69 

70 | 

71 S 



LAKE, JOHN N. 

c. . Picton. 

K. on T . . Picton . 

.... Aylmer, W 

Ingersoll. 

E.F.C.& o Nanticoke. 

Nanticoke. 

.... . , Nanticoke. 

.... Markham. 

Markham. 

Markham. 

.... Pickering. 
Markham. 



73 
74 



SUP D. . 

sup'd 

srr'D 
sup'y 



London. 
Niagara. 
Toronto. 

Toronto. 
Toronto Conf. 



LAMBLY, OSBORN R., M.A. 



1862 E. on t., 

63 it. v. c. 

64 . . . . 

65 



Cobourg, U.V.C. 

Cobourg. 

Ill health— No 

Station. 
Sherbrooke. 



66 Melbourne. 

67 Carlton Place. 

68 r.f.c. &o Georgeville. 

69 ... Georgeville. 

70 .... Georgeville. 

71 Kemptville. 

72 ... Kemptville. 

73 Brighton. 

74 . . Toronto Conf. 

A graduate of Victoria Univer- 
sity — B.A. 1864, Valedictorian ; 
M.A., 1868. 



LANCELEY, JOHN E. 



1870 
71 
72 
73 
74 



on T. 



Washington. 
Aurora. 
Chatham. 
Dundas. 
London Conf. 



LANG, MATTHEW 

1823 e. on t.&o Shefford. 

24 Shefford. 

25 St. Armand. 

26 , St. Armand. 

27 R. F. c. Stanstead. 

28 . . Odelltown. 

29 .. Odelltown. 

30 ... Odelltown. 

31 Quebec. 

32 . , Quebec, 

33 St. Armand. 

34 St. Armand. 

35 ) I Book Steward, 

36 j \ Toronto. 

37 ... Belleville. 
38 Kingston. 

39 Kingston. 

40 chmn. . . Bay Quinte Dis. 

41 Quebec. 



1842 Quebec. 

43 Montreal. 

44 „ Montreal. 

45 . . ... Dunham. 

46 Dunham. 

47 Odelltown. 

48 ... Odelltown. 

49 chmn , St. John's and 

Chambly. 
Died Feb. 21st, 1850, aged 52 
years. 



LANGFORD, 'ALEX. 



1857 
58 
59 
60 
61 
62 
63 
64 
65 
66 
67 
68 
69 
70 
71 
72 
73 
74 



K. on T . Warwick. 

Warwick. 
.... Hamilton, 
s. v. c . Cobourg. 
k.f.c. &o Cayuga. 
. . Cayuga. 
Innisfil. 

Innisfil. 
Innisfil. 

Sarnia. 

Sarnia. 

Chatham. 

Chatham. 

Chatham. 



F. SEC. 
F. SEC. 
CHMN. 
CHMN 
F. SEC. 
F. SEC. 
F. SEC. 



London — Dun- 
das St. 

London Conf. 



Delegate to First General Con- 
ference, Toronto, 1874. 



LANGFORD.f CHARLES. 



1871 c. 

72 r. on t . 

73 



74 



Artemesia. 
Durham. 
Hillsdale and 
Penetanguishene 
Toronto Conf. 



1837 


R. 


on T 


38 


ORD. . 


39 






40 






41 


R. 


F. C 



42 

43 

44 

45 

46 

47 

48 

49 

50 

5V 

to 

54. 

55 . 

56 

57 CHMN. 

58 CHMN. 

59 ... . 

60 CHMN. 

61 .« 

62 .... 



LANTON, HENRY. 

Institution, Eng. 

Quebec. 

Quebec. 

Stanstead. 

Kingston. 

Peterboro'. 

Peterboro'. 

Hamilton. 

Hamilton. 

Belleville. 

Belleville. 

Three Rivers. 

Three Rivers. 

Sherbrooke. 

Sherbrooke. 

Clarenceville. 



Prescott. 

Prescott. 

Perth. 

Perth. 

Peterboro'. 

Peterboro'. 

Bath. 

Bath. 



Visit'g England. 
Vienna. 



1863 supd. 

64 

65^) 

to [ sup'd Hamilton. 

73 J 

74 London Conf. 



LARGE, RICHARD. 

1863 R. out. Keppel. 

64 . . Holland Land'g. 

65 Dropped. 

Note. — He subsequently unit- 
ed with the Ontario Conference 
of the Methodist Episcopal 
Church in Canada, and is now 
(1879), stationed at Kincardine. 



LATIMER, JAMES FRANCIS. 



r. on T. 



S. V. c. 
R.F.C.& 



1855 
56 
57 
58 
59 
60 
61 
62 
63 
64 



65 

66 

67-] 

to > sup'd. 

71 J 
72 
73 
74 



SUP D 



Osgoode. 

Richmond. 

Westmeath. 

Cobourg. 

Kincardine. 

Kincardine. 

Artemesia. 

Artemesia. 

Artemesia. 

Craighurst and 

Penetanguishene 

Port Stanley. 

Port Stanley. 

Port Stanley. 

London. 
London Conf. 



LAVELL, CHARLES, M.A. 

1842 c Yonge Street. 

43 R. on T . St. Catharines. 

44 London. 
45 Brantford. 

46 r.f.c. &o London. 

47 . . Port Hope. 

48 ... St. Catharines. 

49 Montreal. 

50 . . . Montreal. 

51 . . Kingston. 

52 Kingston. 

53 Toronto West. 

54 . . . Toronto West. 

55 Toronto West. 

56 Hamilton. 

57 Hamilton. 

58 . . Hamilton. 

59 , Belleville. 

60 Belleville, 

61 Toronto East. 

62 . . . Toronto East. 

63 . . Montreal Centre. 

64 Montreal Centre. 

65 Cobourg. 

M! ::::::|o2T* 

67 chmn. . , Gait. 

68 chmn. . Gait. 



WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



113 



1869-| 


fc K ,- 


C Stratford. 


70 


«S O H 
w w O 


Stratford. 


71 

72 


[AIRl 
DDER 
STRI 


Stratford. 
Seafortli. 


73 J 


Sao 


ISeaforth. 


74 




London Coni 



Delegate to First General Con- 
ference, Toronto, 1874. 

Secretary of Conference, 1868 
and 1869. 



LAW, JOHN. 



1833 R. on t. 
34 
35 
36 

37 R.F.C. &o 

38 .... 
39 

40 

41 

42 

43 .... 

44 

45 

46 .. 

47 ... 
48 

49 
50 
51 
52 
53 
54 
55 
56 
57 
58 
59 
60 
61 
62 
to 



Cavan. 

Dumfries. 

London. 

Brantford. 

Grimsby. 

Nelson. 

Yonge Street. 

Yonge Street. 

Stamford. 

Toronto Circuit. 

Toronto Circuit. 

Toronto Circuit. 

Dumfries. 

Dumfries. 

St. Catharines. 

St. Catharines. 

Humber. 

Humber. 

Oshawa. 

Oshawa. 

Markham. 

Markham. 

Georgetown. 

Milton. 

Sidney. 

Sidney. 

Prince Albert. 

Prince Albert. 

Prince Albert. 



LEACH, JOHN J. 



sup'd . Whitby. 



Died Sept. 7th, 1868, aged 63 
years. 

LAWSON, THOMAS. 
1855 R. p. m. Arthur. 



56 
57 

58 .. 

59 .. 

60 .. 
61 
62 

63 
64 | 
to i 
67 ) 
68 
69 
70 



Wawanosh. 

Albion. 

Albion. 

Albion. 

Kleinburg. 

Kleinburg. 

Baltimore and 

Grafton. 
Grafton. 

New Credit. 

Madoc. 
Grand River. 
Grand River. 



Drowned while crossing the 
Grand River, Oct. 22nd, 1870, 
aged 46 years. 



1870 c. . . 

71 R. on T 

72 ... . 

73 .. .. 
74 



Wilton. 
Wilton. 
Pittsburg. 
Bath. 
Montreal Conf. 



LEAROYD, JOHN. 

1856 c. Toronto West. 

57 R. out.. Toronto West. 

58 . . Brampton. 

59 . . . . Brampton. 

60 r.f.c. &o Albion. 

61 . . Albion. 

62 Albion. 

63 . . St. Mary s. 

64 St. Mary's. 

65 St. Mary's. 

66 ... Strathroy. 

67 . . Strathroy. 

68 . . Strathroy. 

69 . . Ingersoll. 

70 Ingersoll. 

71 . . Ingersoll. 

72 . . Yonge St. South. 

73 . . Yonge St. South. 

74 Toronto Conf. 



LEE, IRA CASE. 

1860 K. «T. Walsingham. 

61 . . Alymer, W. 

62 . . Located. 

LEECH, GEORGE. 

1861 o. . . . 
62 R. onr. 
63 
64 s. v. 



c . 



65 



66 r.f.c. &o 

67 .. 
68 



70 
71 
72 
73 
74 



Teeswater. 
Wawanosh. 
Mitehell. 
Cobourg. 

I Bayfield. 

j Stratford. 
Clinton. 
Kincardine. 
Bowman ville. 
Bowmanville. 
Whitby. 
Agt. Vic. Col. 
Cannington. 
Cannington. 
Cannington. 
Toronto Conf. 



LEECH, WEBSTER WESLEY. 



1860 
61 
62 
63 
64 
65 
66 
67 
68 
69 
70 
71 
72 
73 
74 



r. om. Wawanosh. 
Bayfield. 
Kincardine. 



s. v. c. 



Cobourg. 



LEGATE, THOMAS. 



r.f.c. &o Wilton. 
Battersea. 
Battersea. 
.... Tamworth. 
Tamworth. 
Bell's Corners. 
Bell's Corners. 
. . Bracebridge. 
. . Toronto Conf. 



1873 R. on t. . 
74 



Brussels. 
Toronto Conf, 



LESTER, ALEXANDER. 

1861 r. om: . Consecon. 

62 Milford. 

63 . . . . Newboro' and 

Bedford. 

64 Elgin. 

65 r.f.c. &o Perth. 

66 Lanark and 

Sherbrooke. 
67 Play fair. 

68 Playfair. 

69 Westmeath. 

70 f. sec. Westmeath. 



Died 


August 8th, 1870, aged 


42 years. 




LEVER, JOHN. 


1835 c. . . . 


Brock. 


36 r. on t. 


Newmarket. 


37 


Newmarket. 


38 ... 


Whitby. 


39 


Whitby. 


40 r.f.c. &c 


Toronto Circuit. 


41 


Toronto Circuit. 


42 


Barrie. 


43 ... 


Barrie. 


44 


Augusta. 


45 


Augusta. 


46 


Matilda. 


47 


Matilda. 


48 .. 


Smith's Falls. 


49 . 




Smith's Falls. 


50 . 




Augusta. 


51 . 




Wilton. 


52 . 




Wilton. 


53 . 




Sidney. 


54 . 




Sidney. 


55 


Sidney. 


56 ... 


Sidney. 


57 


Consecon. 


58 


Brighton. 


59 .... 


Brighton. 


60 ) 




to > sup'd 


Sidney. 


73^ 




74 




Toronto Conf. 



LEWIS, JOSHUA PITT. 

1861 c. Shefford. 

62 k. on r Shefford. 

63 . . Shefford and 

Lawrenceville. 

64 Magog. 

65 r.f.c. &o Lyn. 

66 Scarboro' 

67 Montreal South. 
\ Thorold. 

bB • • '( Farmersville. 

69 . . Point Levis. 

70 Point Levis. 

71 St. Catharines. 

72 St. Catharines. 

73 St. Catharines. 

74 ... London Conf. 



114 



MINISTERS AND PROBATIONERS. 



LOCHEAD, ROBERT. 



1843 c.o 

44 R. mi T. 

45 

46 

47 R.F.C. &0 

48 

49 

50 
51 

52 .. 

53 



54 

55 

56 

57 

58 

59^ 

to J-sup'd. 

70 J 

71 .. .. 

72 . ... 

73 .. ... 

74 . ... 



Matilda. 

Sidney. 

Cartwright and 
Scugog. 

Cartwright. 

Amherst Isle. 

Wilton. 

Peel. 

Malahide. 

Qshawa. 

Newmarket and 
Snake Island. 

South Shore, 
Lake Simcoe, & 
Snake Island. 

Humber. 

Humber. 

Humber. 

Erin. 

Erin. 

Meaford. 

Markdale. 
Smith's Falls. 
Cold water. 
Montreal Conf. 



LOCKE, JOSEPH H. 

1865 K. on T. Holland Lnding. 

66 Innisfil. 

67 Bradford. 

68 ... Grimsby. 

69 r.f.c.&o Beamsville. 

70 Kleinburg. 

71 Kleinburg. 

72 , . Weston 

73 Weston. 

74 Toronto Conf. 



LONGLEY, BENJ., B.A. 

1868 c. , . ) Hatley and Cass- 
69 R. on t. ) ville. 

7(h 
to yv. v. c Cobourg. 

72 J 

73 r.f.c.&o Georgeville and 

Magog. 

74 . . . Montreal Conf. 

A graduate of Victoria Uni- 
Tereity— B.A., 1874 ; Silver Me- 
dalist and Valedictorian. 



LOVER1N, JONATHAN. 

1845 c. . . . . Wolfe Island. 
46 r. <»i t . . Bytown. 



47 



Cornwall. 



1848 T ..... . Coteau Landing. 

49 r.f.c.&o Torbolton. 

50 No Station. 

51 , . . Westmeath. 

52 .. Expelled. 



LUCAS, DANIEL VAN- 
NORMAN. 

1860 r. oni. Farmersville. 

61 . . Farmersville. 

62 ord Victoria, V. I. 

63 ... Victoria, V.I. 

64 . Smithville. 
65"| R. F. en 

to \ . . \ Grand Biver. 

68J J 

69 Waterford. 

70 . . Waterford. 

71 ... Waterford. 

72 , . . Farmersville. 

73 , ,■ . . Farmersville. 

74 Montreal Conf. 



LUKE, WM. M. C 



1854 c. 

55 R. on T 

56 , ... 
57 



Owen Sound. 

Proton. 

Elora. 

58 r.f.c.&o Wallace. 

59 Wallace. 

60 Wallace. 

61 .... Point Abino. 

62 Eganville Germ. 

63 . . Suspended. 

64 Expelled. 

Note. — Removed to U.S., and 
obtained a position as school 
teacher among the Freedmen's 
children in Alabama, where he 
was hanged by a mob on July 
12th, 1870. 



LUND, WILLIAM. 



1853 R. on t 

54 OR. D. 

55 
56 



Williamsfield. 

U.S. 
Clarksville, U.S. 
Cleveland, U.S. 
Mayfield, U.S. 



57 r.can. c. Walsingham. 

58 ord . Walsingham. 



59 
60 
61 
62 
63 
64 
65 



St. George. 

St. George. 

St. George. 

Oxford. 

Oxford. 

Woodstock. 

Collingwood. 



1866 o = Mono. 

67 ... Lucan. 

68 . . . Lucan. 

69 ... .. Port Stanley. 

70 Port Stanley. 

71 ',, Port Stanley. 

72 Exeter. 

73 Exeter. 

74 ... London Conf. 



LUSHER, ROBERT L. 

1817 r.O'-t.&o Montreal. 

18 . . Montreal. 

19 ... Quebec. 

20 ... Quebec. 

21 e. f. c Montreal. 

22 . . . Montreal. 

23 ..'. Montreal. 

24 Liverpool, N.S. 

25 . , Liverpool, N.S. 

26 . . Liverpool, N.S. 

27 . . . . Oldham, Eng. 
28 Oldham, Eng. 

29 . Oldham, Eng. 

30 . . . Halifax, N.S. 
31 Halifax, N.S. 

32 Halifax, N.S. 

33 ) ( Manchester 

34 \ \ Third. 

35 Bath. 

36 . . Bath. 
37^| 

to \ ..... Montreal. 

40 J 

41 sitp'y. Montreal.. 

42 Three Rivers. 

43 Three Rivers. 

to ^sup'y Montreal. 
48 j 

Died July 10th, 1849, aged 62 
years. 



LYON, SETH. 

1856 c. ( Bridgenorth and 

57 r. on t j " Mud Lake. 

58 President's re- 

serve list. 

59 Located. 



LYONS, ALMON P. 
1871 c. 



72 c 

73 R. (WIT. 

74 .... 



Coboconk and 

Bolsover. 
Chandos. 
Bracebridge. 
Toronto Conf. 



WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



115 



M. 



MADDEN, DAVID BREAK- 
ENRIDGE. 



1840 c. 

41 r. on t. 

42 



43 
44 

45 R.F.C. 

46 .. 



47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 
53 
54 
55 
56 
57 
58 



&o 



F. SEC. 
F. SEC. 



59 

60 

61 

62 

63 ... 

64) 

to f 

68 J 

69 ^ 

to |>-sup'd 

73 J 

74 .... 



Brantford. 
Dumfries. 
No Station — ill 
health. 
Whitby. 
Colborne. 
Hallowell. 
Perth and 

Sherbrooke. 
St. Andrews. 
St. Andrews. 
Gananoque. 
Consecon. 
Uonsecon. 
Napanee. 
Napanee. 
Oshawa. 
Whitby. 
Consecon. 
Consecon. 
Frankford and 

Trenton. 
Three Rivers. 
Rice Lake. 
Rice Lake. 
Hiawatha. 
Hiawatha. 

Alnwick. 



Castleton. 
Toronto Conf. 



MADDEN, GEORGE C. 
1869 R. on t. Pittsburg. 



70 
71 

72 



Pittsburg. 

Waterdown. 

Tilsonburg. 



73 r.f.c. &o Yarmouth. 

74 London Conf. 



MADDEN, THOMAS. 

1802 1 ( Methodist 

to > ... \ Episcopal 

32 ) I Conference. 

33 sup'd . Augusta. 

Died May 22nd, 1834, aged 54 
years. 



MAGWOOD, ALEXANDER A. 

1866 c. Coboconk. 

f Erin. 
67 R. onr. -j Located — ill 

I health. 



MAGWOOD, WILLIAM P. 

1865 n.onr. I™**- 
( Chatham. 

66 Kingsville. 

67 Mooretown. 

68 . . . . Located. 

MAHAN, JOHN. 

1867 R. onr. Elgin. 

68 Romney. 

69 . . Wyoming. 

70 . . Wyoming. 

71 r.f.c. &o Adelaide. 

72 Adelaide. 

73 .. Adelaide. 

74 Toronto Conf. 

MANLY, JOHN G. 

1834 R. on t. . Rideau. 

C Prescott and 
-j Augusta. 

I Montreal. 
. Kingston. 
Peterboro'. 
r.f.c. &o Hallowell. 
Hallowell. 
Hamilton. 
St. Johns. 
Toronto. 
Hamilton. 
Hamilton. 
Vis. England. 



35 

36 

37 
38 
39 

40 

41 

42 

43 

44 
to 
51 
52 
to 
55 
56 
to 
65 
66 
to 
73 
74 



Jamaica. 



England. 



. Dublin, Ireland 

( Toronto, Zion 
< Congregational 
( Church. 

Toronto Conf. 



MANNING, HENRY MARK. 

1869 R. om. Sharon and 

Mount Albert. 

70 Innisfil. 

71 No Station— ill 

health. 

72 Bradford. 

73 Yorkville. 

74 Toronto Conf. 

MARK, ROBERT, M.D., 
F.R.C.P.S.K. 



1857 R. om. 
58 
59 



Danville. 
Dudswell. 
Dudswell. 



1860 Wilton and 

Odessa. 

61 r.f.c. &o Odessa. 

62 Tamworth. 

63 . . Tamworth. 

64 Tamworth. 

65 . . Hastings and 

Seymour. 

66 Wallaceburg, 

67 ... Wallaceburg. 

68 ... Orillia. 

69 ... Orillia. 

70 ... Brighton. 

71 . . Brighton. 

72 Brighton. 

73 . . Ottawa West. 

74 . . Montreal Conf. 

A graduate of the Royal College 
of Physicians and Surgeons, in 
affiliation with Queen's Univer- 
sity, Kingston— M.D., 1867 ; ad- 
mitted to Fellowship, F.R.C.P. 
S.K., 1873. 

MASON, WILLIAM. 

1840 e. on t. . Lac La Pluie. 

41 Lac La Pluie. 

42 Lac La Pluie. 

43^ 

to V Norway House. 



53 
54 



Withdrew. 



MASSON, JAMES. 



1854 c. 

55 r 

56 . 

57 . 

58 R 
59 

60 . 

61 . 
62 
63 

64 
65 
66 

67 | 

68 \ 
69 
70 
71 
72 
73 
74 



Matilda. 
011 t . Kemptville. 
Kemptville. 

Maitland. 

f.c.&o Richmond. 
.... Opeonga Road. 
. . Pembroke. 

Pembroke . 

Pembroke. 
Newboro' and 

Bedford. 
Carleton Place. 
Carleton Place. 
Carleton Place. 
Pakenham and 

Arnprior. 
Lyn. 
Lyn. 

Ohambly. 
Chambly.' 
Chambly. 
London Conf. 



MATHESON, JAMES. 

1860 c Port Neuf. 

61 r. on r Port Neuf. 

62 .... Port Neuf. 



lit) 



MINISTERS AND PROBATIONERS. 



1863 
64 
65 
66 
67 
68 
69 
70 
71 
72 
73 
74 



R.F.C. &0 


... 






Port Neuf. 

Hullsville. 

Hulls ville. 

Craighurst. 

Craighurst. 

Craighurst. 

Alliston. 

Alliston. 

Stayner. 

Albion. 

Albion. 

Toronto Conf. 



MATTHEWS, HENRY 
STEELE. 

1860) (Primitive 

to )■ . . I Methodist 

69 J ( Church. 

70 R. p. M. Hanover. 

71 Hanover. 

72 Hanover. 

73 „ . „ . Artemesia. 

74 .... Toronto Conf. 



MAUDSLEY, SAMUEL 
EDWARD. 

1852 c. . . . St. Vincent. 

53 R. on t . Proton. 

54 St. Thomas. 

55 ord. . Kincardine. 

56 R. f. c Hemmingford. 

57 . . Hemmingford. 

58 . . . Ormstown. 

59 .... Ormstown. 

60 Eganville. 

61 . . Roxboro'. 

62 Roxboro' 

63 ... Arundel. 

64 ... . Chaudiere Gold 

Mines. 

65 Gaspe. 

66 Metis. 

67 Metis. 

68 Chambly. 

69 Shawbridge. 

70 Shawbridge. 

71 . . . . Georgeville and 

Magog. 

72 Collfield. 

73 .... Westmeath. 
74 Montreal Conf. 



MAXWELL, HENRY W 

1862 R. out Ainleyville. 

63 . . .. . Kincardine. 

64 . , , . . Howick. 

<*— .jgjr* 

66 R.F.c. &o Eaton 

<57 . . Bathurst. 

68 Roxboro' 

«9 . . Port Neuf. 

70 ... . . . Durham, Que. 

71 sup'd. Durham. 

Died April 14th, 1871, aged 
$1 years, 



MAXWELL, WILLIAM J. 

1871 c. . . Watford. 

72 r. out. Watford. 

73 . . . Park Hill. 

74 London Conf. 



MAUNY, HENRI. 



1862 c. 

63 R. on t . 

64 ...... 

65 

66 



Montreal Fr. M. 
Montreal Fr. M. 
Montreal Fr. M. 
Montreal Fr. M. 
Rem. to U. S. 



MEACHAM, GEO. M., M.A. 



1856 c 




Maitland. 


57 R. 


on T. 


Matilda. 


58 u. v. c. Cobourg. 

59 u. v. c . Cobourg. 

60 R.F.c. &o I Newmarket and 


61 .. 




( Aurora. 


62 .. 




Bradford. 


63 .. 




Elora. 


64 .. 




Elora. 


65 .. 




Elora. 


66 .. 




Frankford. 


67 .. 




Frankford. 


68 .. 




Montreal West. 


69 




Montreal West. 


70 




Montreal West. 


71 
72 
73 
74 




Napanee. 
Napanee. 
Napanee. 
London Conf. 



A graduate of Victoria Uni- 
versity— B. A. , 1860; M. A., 1872. 



MESSMORE, JOHN F. 

1856 c. . . . 
57 R. on t . 
v. c 



58 
59 
60 r.f.c. &o Barrie. 



St. George. 

Cobourg. 

Markham. 



61 
62 



Gait. 
Located. 



MESSMORE, JOSEPH. 

1823^| fMethodist 

to V . . . . ■{ Episcopal 

32 J I Conference. 

33 . . . Grand River. 

34 , . Grand River. 

35 Long Point. 



36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 

42 sup'd. 

43 sup'd. 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 



Simcoe. 

St. Catharines. 

St. Catharines. 

Stamford. 

Colborne. 

Colborne. 

Colborne. 

St. Catharines. 

Stamford . 

Stamford. 

Prescott. 

Prescott. 

Markham. 

Markham. 



1850 


Newmarket. 


51 


Newmarket. 


52 .•. 


Georgetown. 


53 . 


Georgetown. 


54 


Waterdown 


55 


Waterdown. 


56 .. 


St. Georga. 


57 .... 


St. George. 


58 ..... 


St. George. 


59 ... 


Blenheim. 


60 


Blenheim. 


61 .. . 


Blenheim. 


62 sup'd. 


Blenheim. 


63^) 




to y sup't.. 


Simcoe. 


73 J 




74 ... 


London Conf. 


MESSMORE, 


SAMUEL WM. 


1859 c. . . . 


Aylmer, C.W. 


60 r. on t 


Norwich. 


61 


L'Orignal. 


62 


Located 


METCALFE, FRANKLIN. 


1819) 


r Methodist 


to } - 


Episcopal 


32) 


I Conference. 


33 ... 


Niagara District. 


34 1 , 

to [-SUPD 


Ottawa. 


39 J 




40^ 




to 1- sup'd. 


L'Orignal. 


49 J 





Died June 10th, 1850, aged 50 
years. 

METCALFE, JAMES F. 

1870 c. Berlin. 

71 R. wit Yonge St. North. 

72 . Darlington 

73 r.f.c. &o Darlington. 

74 Toronto Conf. 

MEYER, HENRY. 



1871 c 
72 r. on t ■ 
73 

74 ... ... 



North Gore. 
Paris — Germ. M. 
Hamilton — G. M 
Montreal Conf. 



MIGHT, SAMUEL. 

1859 r. on x Port Hope. 

60 . . Whitby. 

61 . Brock. 

62 , . . . Prince Albert. 

63 s. v. c . . Cobourg. 

64 s. v. c . Cobourg. 

65 R. f. c. & o Colborne. 

66 Percy. 

67 ...... Percy. 

68 ... Percy. 

69 . . Shannonville. 
70-j 

71 [ sup'd. Port Hope. 

72 J 

73 ..,.,.. Battersea. 

74 Montreal Conf. 



WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



117 



MILES, STEPHEN. 



1836 K. onr.. 


Gosfield. 


37 


Thames. 


38 


Howard. 


39 


Gosfield and 




Howard 


40 P.. F. c. & c 


Gosfield and 




Howard 


41 
42 
43 
44 


Gananoque. 
Gananoque. 
Gananoque. 
Waterloo. 


45 


Marmora. 


46 


Marmora. 


47 ... 


Marmora. 


48 


Marmoi'a. 


49 


Bath. 


50 . . . 


Cartwright and 




Scugog 


52 1 ' SUP ' D - 


Madoc. 


53 


Mud Lake. 


54 ) 
55JSUPD 


Madoc. 


56 .. 

• to )■ sup d. 
70 J 


Loughboro' 

Newburg. 



Died Dee. 13th, 1870, aged 81 
years. 



MILLER, AARON D. 



1850 c. . . 

51 c. 

52 r. om 
53 



54 
55 
56 
57 
58 
59 
60 
61 
62 
63 
64 
65 
66 
67 
68 
69 
70 
71 
72 
73 
74 



R.F.C. &0 



Sidney. 

Brighton. 

Picton. 

No Station — ill 

health. 
Bath. 

Wallaceburg. 
Wallaceburg. 
Peel. 
Peel. 

Demorestville. 
Demorestville. 
Madoc. 
Madoc. 
Shannonville. 
Shannonville. 
Shannonville. 
Preston. 
Arthur. 
Arthur. 
Arthur. 
Waterdown. 
Hudson. 
Hudson. 
Belleville. 
Toronto Conf. 



1839 .. .. 

40 .. 

41 .. .. 
42 

43 

44 

45 

46 sup'y. . . 

47 1 

to )■ sup'y. , 

73 J 

74 



MILLER, GILBERT. 

1829^1 f Methodist 

to y \ Episcopal 

32 J I Conference. 

33 r.f.c.&o Albion. 

34 ) i Rice Lake and 

35 \ | Mud Lake. 

36 ) \ Coldwater and 

37 \ ( French River. 

38 Saugeen. 



Peterboro' 

Napanee. 

Napanee. 

Isle of Tanti. 

Waterloo. 

Brock. 

Brock. 

Brock. 

Picton. 

Toronto Conf. 



MILLER, WILLIAM 
WESLEY. 



1856 c. 
57 r. 



s. v. c 



59 

60 R. 
61 

62 . 

63 .. 

64 . 
65 
66 . 
67 
68 
69 . 
70 
71 

72 . 

73 . 

74 .. 



Gananoque. 
Waterloo — 

Kingston. 
Cobourg. 
Lindsay. 
F.c. &o Rond Eau. 
Napier. 
Napier. 
Napier. 
Nissouri. 
Nissouri. 
Bolsover. 
Bath. 

Harrowsmith. 
Harrowsmith. 
Harrowsmith. 
Tam worth. 
Tamworth. 
Moulinette. 
Montreal Conf. 



MILLIKEN, ANDREW. 



1856 

57 
58 

59 

60 
61 
62 
63 
64 
65 
66 
67 
68 
69 
70 
71 
72 
73 
74 



R. OM. T 
ORD. 



R. F. 0. 



Flos and Orillia. 
Flos and Orillia. 
Flos and Pene- 

tanguishene. 
Erin and Rock- 
wood. 
Rockwood. 
Elora. 
Elora. 
Wallace. 
Wallace. 
Wallace. 
Wellesley. 
Millbank. 
Millbank. 
Howick. 
Howick. 
Howick. 
Bervie. 
Bervie. 
London Conf. 



MILLS, JOHN. 

1851 c. Newboro' 

52 E. on T . Bath and Am- 

herst Isle. 

53 . . Sidney. 

54 Bowmanville. 

55 r.f.c.&o Sheffield. 

56 Sheffield. 

57 Farmersville. 

58 Lyn. 



1859 
60 
61 
62 
63 
64 
65 
66 
67 
68 
69 
70 
71 
72 
73 
74 



Lyn. 

Clinton. 

Clinton. 

Clinton. 

Vienna. 

Mount Pleasant. 

Mount Pleasant. 

Mount Pleasant. 

Paris. 

Paris. 

Paris. 

Drummondville. 

Drummondville. 

Drummondville. 

Grimsby. 

London Conf. 



MILLS, WILLIAM. 



1869 r. out. 


Innisfil. 


70 .. . 


. Aurora. 


71 


Berlin. 


72 


. Elora. 



73 r.f.c.&o Elmira. 

74 London Conf. 



MILLYARD, REUBEN. 

1870 c Carleton Place. 

71 R. om . Tilsonburg. 

72 St. George. 

73 stu Montreal Theol. 

College. 

74 London Conl. 



MILNER, JAMES. 

1839 r. out. Thames. 
40 Dropped. 



MITCHELL, GEORGE, B.A. 

1865 R. onT. Clinton. 

66 Cooksville. 

67 Sarnia. 

68 Chatham. 

69 r.f.c. &o"i 

70 [Oil Springs and 

71 J Petrolia. 

72 ... Kincardine. 

73 Kincardine. 

74 London Conf. 



MITCHELL, JOHN. 



1860 R. om 
61 



Cartwright. 
Dropped. 



MOCKERIDGE, JAMES. 

1840 r. om:.. Brantford. 
41 Withdrew. 



MONTGOMERY, HUGH. 

1835 c Perth. 

36 K. on T. Peterborough. 

37 .... London. 

38 ord Goderich. 



118 



MINISTERS AND PROBATIONERS. 



1839 R. f. c Dumfries. 

40 Hamilton and 

Ancaster. 

41 St. Johns. 

42 . . St. Armands. 

43 ... . St. Armands. 

44 ... Shefford. 

45 ........ Shefford. 

46 Shefford. 

to }■ Russelltown. 

51 I 

52 Dunham. 

53 . . . . Dunham. 

54 . . Withdrew, and 
united with the. Episcopalian 
Church. He is now (1880) retired 
at Phillipsburg, Quebec. 



MONTGOMERY, JAMES. 

1869 R. om. Cooksville. 

70 Yonge St. South. 

71 s. t. c . . Cobourg. 

72 s. v. c. . . Cobourg. 

73 Removed to U.S. 

and united with the Newark Con- 
ference of the Methodist Episco- 
pal Church. In 1874 he was 
stationed at South Orange. 



MOONEY, JAMES. 

1871 c. .. Innisfil. 

72 R. on t McKellar. 

73 Thornbury. 

74 . . London Conf. 



MORDEN, THOMAS E, B.A. 

1871 c. . . 

72 r. on t. Rankin Germ. M. 

73 Rankin Germ.M. 

74 London Conf. 

A graduate of Victoria Univer- 
sity— B.A. , 1868. 



MORDEN, WM. R. 

1855 r. on t. . Devonshire. 

56 8. v. c. Cobourg. 

57 .... Nanticoke. 

58 Hungerford. 

59 . . Located. 



MORGAN, JAMES. 

1864 c. .... Woodstock. 

55 K.«iiT Aylmer. 

56 Ingersoll. 

57 Dundas. 

Died Feb. 4th, 1858, aged 28 
years. 



MORRIS, JAMES. 

1856 i. on t. . Grenville. 
57 Dropped. 



MORRISON, WM. FRED., 
MA. 

1859 R. ra T. . Mitchell. 
60 St. Mary's. 

61 u. v. c. Cobourg. 

62 , ... Canton. 

ao „ , „ ( Millbrook, 4 mo 

63 r.f.c.&o. { . ' 

/ Paris, 8 mo. 

64 . . Lindsay. 

65 .... Bradford. 

66 . . Bayham. 

67 Tilsonburg. 

68 Norwich. 

69 Rem. to U.S. 

A graduate of Victoria Univer- 
sity— B.A., 1863; M.A., 1868. 



MORRISON, WM. R. 



1873 r. out 

74 ... 



Cooksville. 
Toronto Conf. 



MORROW, CHARLES 
RICHARD. 

1872 R. onT. Welland. 

73 ... Cayuga. 

74 ... London Conf. 



MORROW, EDWARD, M.A. 

1862 c Peterboro' Dist. 

63 R. on T . Havelock. 

64 Newcastle. 
65 Pickering. 

66 r.f.c.&o Madoc. 

67 ... Sidney. 
68 Consecon. 

69 . . Paris. 

70 ... Princeton. 

71 ... Princeton. 

72 .... Princeton. 

73 . St. Thomas 2nd. 

74 Montreal Conf. 
A graduate of Victoria Uni- 
versity— B. A., 1862; M. A., 1867. 



MORTON, LEWIS. 

1848 R. out.. Clarendon. 

49 ' Cornwall. 

50 . . Dropped. 

MORTON, WILLIAM. 



S42 c. 


St. Andrews. 


43 R. WIT. 


Clarendon. 


44 


Clarendon. 


45 


Pembroke and 




Bonchire 


46 F.R. C. & 


o Gatineau. 


47 


Colborne. 


48 


Colb»rne. 


49 .. 


Norwood. 


50 ... 


Norwood. 


51 


Millbrook. 


52 ... 


Millbrook. 


53 ... 


L'Orignal. 


54 


L'Orignal. 


55 


L'Orignal. 


56 ...... 


L'Orignal, 



1857 

58 
59 
60-| 

61 IcHMN. 

62 J 

63 ... 

64 

65 . .. . 



67 
68 
69 
70 
71 
72 
73 
74 



Westmeath. 
Westmeath. 
Westmeath. 

Portage du Fort. 

Lyn. 

Lyn. 

Spencerville. 

Spencerville. 

Spencerville. 

Matilda. 

Matilda. 

Matilda. 

Waterdown. 

Waterdown. 

Waterdown. 

London Conf. 



MOYER, PETER E. W., B.A. 

1862 r. o»t. Lyn. 

63 Alice. 

64 u. v. c. Cobourg. 
Bath, 6 months. 
Located. 



65 



A graduate of Victoria Univer- 
sity— B.A., 1865. 



MULHOLLAND, J. H. 

1862 r. on t. Mono. 

Died Oct. 21st, 1862, aged 25 
years. 

MULKINS, HANNIBAL. 

1835 r. on t. . Yonge Street 

36 ... Toronto Tp. 

37 . Whitby. 

38 r.f.c.&o Cobourg. 

39 Brockville. 

40 ........ Withdrew. 

Died July 26th, 1877, aged 65 
years. 

MUNROE, JOHN A. 

1873 R. on t Sombra and 

Wajpole Island. 
74 . . Montreal Conf. 



MUSGROVE, JAMES. 

1831 c I Methodist Epis- 

32 r. oni \ copal Conf. 

33 . Bay Quinte. 

34 r.f.c.&o Waterloo. 

35 . Long Point. 

36 : Hamilton. 

37 .... St. Catharines. 

38 . . . ... St. Catharines. 

39 Grimsby. 

40 . . Grimsby. 

41 Brantford. 

42 . . Hamilton. 

43 . . . . Stamford. 
44) 

to } chmn . . Bytown District. 
47 



WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



119 



184S 


Matilda. 


1862. Secretary of Conference, 


1864 


Plain ville. 


49 


Matilda. 


1847 and 1851. Co-Delegate of 


65 s. v. c 


Plain ville. 


50 ... 


Yonge Street. 


Conference, 1862. 


66 


Ingersoll. 


51 .. 


Yonge Street. 


Died May 9th, 1863, aged 47 


67 


Ingersoll. 


521 




years. 


68 


Norwich. 


to j- . . 


Aklerville. 




69 


St. George. 


55 J 






70 


. Rem. to U.S. and 


56 1 






united with 


the Illinois Con- 


to V .. 
62 J 

Ohainnan 


Mount Elgin and 


MUSGROVE, WM. HENRY. 


ference, Methodist Episcopal 


Muncey. 
of Districts, 1854 to 


1862 k. o«T | Mount Elgin and 
63 ... \ Muncey. 


Church. In 1874 he was sta- 
tioned in Bloomington, Illinois. 



Mc. 



McALISTER, ANDREW- 



1850 c. . . 


Osgoode. 


51 K. on T. 


Clarendon and 




Onslow. 


52 


No Station — ill 


* 


health. 


Died April 


10th, 1853, aged 


24 years. 




McCALLUM, 


JOS. WESLEY. 


1841 h. on t. 


Whitby. 


42 


Whitby. 


43 ORD. . 


Cornwall. 


44 


Cornwall. 


45 r.f.c. &o Cornwall. 


46 .. 


Augusta. 


47 


Augusta. 


48 


Elizabethtown. 


49 


Elizabeth town. 


50 


Waterloo. 


51 


Nelson. 


52 .. 


Nelson. 


53 .... 


Nelson. 


54 ... 


Port Hope. 


55 .... 


Port Hope. 


56 ... 


Aurora. 


57 


Barrie. 


58 


Barrie. 


59 


Barrie. 


60 


Yonge St. South. 


61 


Yonge St. South. 


62 


Yonge St. South. 


63 


Yonge St. North. 


64 


Yonge St. North. 


65 


Yonge St. North. 


66 ... 


St. Mary's. 


67 ... 


St. Mary's. 


68 


St. Mary's. 


69 ... 


Sarnia'. 


70 ... 


Sarnia. 


71 CHMN. 


Sarnia. 


72 ... 


Collingwood. 


73 GHMN. 


Collingwood. 


74 


Toronto Conf. 



Delegate to First General Con- 
ference, Toronto, 1874. 



1861 R 
62 



McCANN, ALFRED. 

on t . Stouffville. 
.... Newcastle. 



1863 . . . Pickering. 

64 . Pickering. 

65 r.f.c.&o Wallaceburg. 

66 . Manvers. 
67. ..... Manvers. 

68 Manvers. 

69 Darlington. 

70 Darlington. 

71 ... Prince Albert. 

72 ... Prince Albert. 

73 ... Wilton. 

74 ... Montreal Conf. 



McCARROLL, JOHN. 

Howick. 
Ainleyville. 



1871 c. 

72 r. on t 

73 .. 

74 



Meaford. 
Toronto Conf. 



McCartney, james h. 



1863 (.'. 


. . . Howick. 


64 k. out. Wawanosh. 


65 .. 


Artemesia. 


66 


Invermay. 


67 R.F.C 


.&o Mitchell. 


68 


Invermay. 


69 


... Yonge St. South 


70 


Teeswater. 


71 


. . . Teeswater. 


72 


Teeswater. 


73 


Watford. 


74 


London Conf. 


McCAULEY, SAMUEL. 


1871 c. . . 


Bobcaygeon. 


72 r. on 


t Stirling. 


73 


Ameliasburg. 


74 


Toronto Conf. 


McCLUNG, JAMES A. 


1863 c. . . 




64) 


( Coboconk and 


65 \ ■•■ 


\ Carden 


66 


. . . Omemee. 


67 .. 


. . . Markham. 


68 r.f.c 


. & o Newcastle. 


69 


. . Manvers. 



1870 ... Manvers. 

71 . . Manvers. 

72 ... Kleinburg. 

73 Kleinburg. 

74 Toronto Conf. 



McOOLLUM, EDWIN. 



1867 c. 



r. on T 



69 
70 
71 

72 
73 

74 



R.F.C.&O 



Rondeau. 
Blenheim. 
Kingsville. 
London, Nor. St. 
Windsor. 
Leamington. 
Leamington. 
London Conf. 



McCULLOUGH, JAMES. 



1864 r. on t 
65 ... 



Matilda. 
Dropped. 



McCULLOCH, ROBERT. 



1867 



R. on T. 



70 

71 s. v. c 

72 R.F.C.&O 

73 

74 .. 



Merrick ville. 

Melbourne. 

Melbourne. 

Sarnia. 

Cobourg. 

Woodville. 

Woodville. 

Toronto Conf. 



McCULLOUGH, WILLIAM. 



1840 r. on T 
41 

42 ORD. . 

43 

44 R. F. c . 

45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 
53 

54 CHMN. 

55 CHMN. 

56 CHMN. 



Kemptville. 

Kemptville. 

Belleville. 

Belleville. 

Cobourg. 

Cobourg. 

Peterboro'. 

Peterboro'. 

Hallowell. 

Hallo well. 

Picton. 

Port Hope. 

Port Hope. 

Port Hope. 

Woodstock. 

Woodstock. 

Woodstock. 



120 



MINISTERS AND PROBATIONERS. 



1857 .. 
58 
59 F. 



SEC. . 



60 F. SEC. , 



61 
62 
63 
64 
65 
66 
67 
68 
69 
70 
71 
72 
73 
74 



F. SEC. . 



F. SEC. 



St. Catharines. 
St. Catharines. 
St. Catharines. 
St. Thomas and 
Port Stanley. 
St. Thomas. 
St. Thomas. 
Napanee. 
Napanee. 
Bradford. 
Newcastle. 
Newcastle. 
Oakville. 
Oakville. 
Markham. 
Markham. 
Colbome. 
Colborne. 
Colborne. 



McCULLOUGH, WM. (B). 

1863 c. 

64 R. on t. 

65 . 

66 .. 



North Gower. 
Richmond. 
Located — ill 

health. 



McCULLOUGH, WM. SID- 
NEY, M.A., M.D. 



1861 r. on t 



Belmont. 
Wyoming. 

62 u. v. c . . Cobourg, 

63 U. v. c . . Cobourg. 

64 Wellesley. 

65 r.f.c&o Carlton Place. 



66 

67 
68 
69 
70 

71 
72 
73 

74 



La Chute and 

Grenville. 
North Gore. 
North Gore. 
L'Orignal. 
Bloomfield and 

Cherry Valley. 
Stouffville. 
Stouffville. 
Pittsburg. 
Montreal Conf. 



A graduate of Victoria Col- 
lege— B. A. 1864; M. A. 1871. In 
1875 he graduated in Medicine in 
Queen's College, Kingston, and 
obtained the degree of M. D. 



McDONAGH, WILLIAM. 

1852 c. ... Humber. 

53 R. wit.. Markham. 

54 ... . Newmarket. 

55 ... Bradford. 

56 s. v. c . Cobourg. 

57 s. v. u Cobourg. 

58 Lyn. 

59 Maitland. 

60 r.f.c&o Dudswell. 

61 . Dudswell. 

62 ) I Sherbrooke and 

63 | Oso. 

gg f 1 Parkenham and 

gg ( ) Arnprior. 

67 . . . . Cartwright 



1868 
69 
70 
71 
72 
73 
74 



Cartwright. 

Cartwright. 

Newcastle. 

Newcastle. 

Newcastle. 

Aylmer W 

London Conf. 



Mcdonald, davidson, 

M.D. 

1859 R. onr. Brewer's Mills. 

60 Frankford and 

Trenton. 

61 .... Napanee. 

62 s. v. c. . Cobourg. 

63 s. v. c. Cobourg. 

64 r.f.c&o Newburg. 

65 . . Newburg. 

66 Gananoque. 

67 Gananoque. 

68 Gananoque. 

69 Bloomfield and 

Cherry Valley. 

70 ... Leslieville. 

71 ) \ Davenport and 
72 ) — ( Seaton. 
73 ... Yokohama — 

Japan. 
74 Toronto Conf. 



Mcdonald, malcolm. 

1837 R. on t 
38 

39 .. 

40 .... 

41 .. 

42 R.F.C 

43 



44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 
53 
54 
55 
56 
57 

5s; 

to 
73 ' 
74 



SUP 



Odelltown. 

Odelltown. 

St. Armand. 

St. Armand. 

St. Armand. 
&o Wesleyville. 

Wesleyville. 

Russelltown. 
. . . Russelltown. 

Russelltown. 

Shefford. 
. Shefford. 

Shefford. 

Compton. 

Compton. 

Compton. 

Melbourne. 

Melbourne. 
. . . Stanstead. 
. . Stanstead. 
. . Stanstead. 



D Stanstead. 
. . Montreal Conf. 



McDOUGALL, GEORGE. 



1850 r. onr. 
51 

52 ORD . . . 

53 

54 r. 
55 
56 

57 
58 
59 



f. c. 



Alderville. 
Lake Huron. 
Lake Huron. 
Garden River. 
Garden River. 
Garden River. 
Garden River. 
Rama. 
Rama. 
Rama. 



■ chmn. Norway House. 

chmn. Victoria Lake. 

chmn. EdmontonHouse 
... Toronto Conf. 

McDOUGALL, JOHN. 

1866 R. out.. EdmontonHouse 

67 EdmontonHouse 

68 Elk River, Sask. 

69 Elk River. 

70 R. f. c . Elk River. 



71 

72 ORD 

73 . . . 

74 .... 



Woodville. 
Woodville. 
Morley and Bow 
River. 
Toronto Conf. 



Mcdowell, david c 

Richmond. 
St. Andrews. 
Matilda. 
By town. 
Bytown. 
Toronto East 
Oshawa. 

Perth. 

Kemptville. 
Kemptville. 
Kemptville. 
Prescott. 
Prescott. 
Prescott. 
Matilda. 
Matilda. 
Matilda. 
Pembroke. 
Pembroke. 
Pembroke. 
Smith's Falls. 
Smith's Fallfl. 
Smith's Falls. 
Barrie. 
Barrie. 

Toronto Conf. 
Delegate to the First General 
Conference, Toronto, 1874. 



46 


E. onT 


47 




48 




49 




50 


R.F.C. & 


51 


• • 


52 




53 


1 


to 


\ 


56 


J 


57 




58 


F. SEC. 


59 


F. SEC. 


60 




61 


F. SEC. 


62 


CHMN. 


63 


F. SEC. 


64 




65 


.... 


66 


CHMN 


67 


CHMN, 


68 


CHMN 


69 


CHMN. 


70 


CHMN. 


71 


CHMN 


72 


CHMN. 


73 


CHMN. 


74 





Mcdowell, henry. 

1851 r. on t L'Orignal. 

52 . . . Osgoode. 

53 , . . . Osgoode. 

54 Richmond. 

55 r.f.c&o Keene. 

56 Keene and Mud 

Lake. 

57 Keene. 

58 . . Norwood. 

59 .... Norwood. 

60 . . . . . Norwood. 

61 Omemee. 



WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



121 



1862 
63 
64 
65 
66 
67 
68 
69 
70 
71 
72 
73 
74 



Omemee. 

Omemee. 

Cartwright. 

Cartwright. 

Cartwright. 

Carleton Place. 

Carleton Place. 

Carleton Place. 

Lakefield. 

Lakefield. 

Lakefield. 

Oakwood. 

Toronto Conf. 



MoEWEN, WILLIAM. 



1842 


R. on T . 


Stamford. 


43 


Dropped. 


McFADDEN, WILLIAM. 


1832 c. 


Augusta. 


33 k. on t . 


Hull. 


34 


Mississippi. 


35 .. 


Mississippi. 


- 36 


Hull. 


37 R.F.C.&0 


Rideau. 


38 


Eideau. 


39 .. 


Rideau. 


40 


Peterborough. 


41 .. 


Peterborough. 


42 


Peterborough. 


43 


Port Hope. 


44 


Port Hope. 


45 


Consecon. 


46 


Consecon. 


47 


Consecon. 


48 


Napanee. 


49 


Najjanee. 


50 


Wilton. 


51 


Picton. 


52 


Picton. 


53 CHMN. 


Picton. 


54 CHMN. 


Brighton. 


55 CHMN. 


Brighton. 


56 


Barrie. 


57 CHMN. 


Aurora. 


58 CHMN. 


Aurora. 


59 CHMN. 


Aurora. 


60 F. SKC 


Bowmanville. 


61 F. SEC 


Bowmanville. 


62 


Bowmanville. 


63-| 


/■-, ■ . 


' Pickering. 


64 


*t y* H 

a m o 


Pickering. 


65 


- a a s ^ 


Markham. 


66 


$%% 


Markham. 


67 J 


5^3 


„ Markham. 


68 


Brampton. 


69 


Brampton. 


70 


Brampton. 


71 


Weston. 


72 | 

73 {SUPD. 


Davenport and 
Seaton. 


74 


Toronto Conf. 


McFARLA 


NE, JAMES. 


1867 c. . . 


Knowlton. 


68 r. on t . . 


Lawrence ville. 


69 


Lyn. 


70 




Smith's Falls. 



1871 Carleton Place. 

72 s. v. c. . Cobourg. 

73 r.f.c &o Hillsdale and 

Penetanguishee. 

74 . . Toronto Conf. 



McCILL, WILLIAM. 

1847 r. on t Matilda. 

48 .... Winchester. 

49 .... Winchester. 

50 . Richmond. 

51 r.f.c.&o Bytown. 

52 . . . / Carlton and Pa- 

53 \ kenham. 
51 . . Aylinev. 

55 .... Osgoode. 

56 . . Osgoode. 

57 .... Osgoode. 

58 ... Pakenham. 

59 Pakenham. 

60 Pakenham. 

61 .. Merriekville. 

62 f. sec Merriekville. 

63 f. .ski- Merriekville. 

64 Farmersville. 

65 Farmersville. 

66 Farmersville. 

67 Morrisburg. 

68 Morrisburg. 

69 Morrisburg, 
70 Merriekville. 

71 ... Merriekville. 

72 f. sec Merriekville. 

73 f. sec Almonte. 

74 .... Montreal Conf. 

Delegate to the First General 
Conference, Toronto, 1.874. 



McGLADDERY, WILLIAM. 

i 1871 R. out. Milford. 

Died Dec. 2nd, 1871, aged 22 
years. 

McHARDY, NORMAN. 



McINTYRE, JOHN. 



1835 u. on t. 

36 ord 

37 
38 
39 r. f. c. 

40 

41 



Mississippi. 

Mississippi. 

Ottawa. 

Perth. 

Perth. 

Hull. 

Withdrew. 



1861 R. (WIT. 


Markham. 


62 


Located — ill 




health. 



Died Sept. 30th, 1871, aged 36 
years. 

McINTYRE, CHARLES E. 
1870 R. on t. Waterdown. 



71 


Grimsby. 


72 . 


Newburg. 


73 .. 


. . . . St. Lambert and 




Longueuil. 


74 


Toronto Conf. 



McKENZIE, KENNETH. 

1862 c... Newburg. 

63 it. on t Chatham. 

Died Dim-. 25th, 1863, aged 
years. 



MoLEAN, HUGH. 

1857 R. onr. Milford. 

58 . . . Demorestville. 

59 ... Stirling. 

60 \ . Glanford. 

61 r.f.c.&o Cornwall. 

62 Cornwall. 

63 .... Cornwall. 

64 . . . South Mountain. 

65 . . . South Mountain. 

66 . . . . Long Isld Locks. 

67 . . . . Long Isld Locks. 

68 ... Salford. 

69 . . Salford. 

70 Salford. 

71 . . Belmont.' 

72 Belmont. 

73 Nissouri. 

74 .... London Conf. 



McLEAN, WM. J. 

1864 r. (MiT.. Oakville. 

65 Located. 

Died Sept. 7th, 1866, aged 23 
years. 

Mcmullen, daniel. 



r Methodist 
-j Episcopal 
I Conference. 

Rice Lake. 

Murray. 

Bay Quinte. 

. Murray. 



Consecon. 



Picton. 
Withdrew and 



McINTYRE, GEORGE. 

1871 c Morrison. 

72 k. on t . Aurora. 

73 Located— ill 

health. 
Died May 17th, 1874, aged 27 
years. 



1824-1 

to Y 

32 J 

33 ... 
34 
35 
36^) 

to > sup'y 
44 J 
45-) 

to [ sup'y 
50 J 
511 
to j- sup'y 

73 J 

74 ... 
united with the Episcopal Metho- 
dist Church. He died in 1875. 



M .MULLEN, THOMAS. 



1833 
34 
35 
36 



Dumfries. 
Whitby. 
Toronto Circuit. 
Rideau. 



122 



MINISTERS AND PROBATIONERS. 



1837 R.F.c. &o Lake Simcoe and 
Barrie. 

38 Thames. 

39 Gosfield and 

Howard. 

40 Barrie and Pene- 

tanguishene. 

41 . . . . Barrie 

42 Toronto Circuit. 

43 ....... Norwich. 

44 sup't. . Toronto Circuit. 
45^ 

to [ ... Located. 

49 J 

50 ......... Cartwright and 

Man vers. 
51 Metcalfe. 

52 . . . ( Clarendon and 

53 ... | Portage du Fort. 

54 Huntley. 

55 Huntley. 

56 .... Bell's Corners. 

57 . . .... Madoc. 

58 Madoc and 

Hastings Road. 



59 
to 
68 
69 
to 
73 
74 



sup'y . Cooksville. 

Yorkville. 

. Toronto Conf. 



McNAB, ALEX., D.D. 

1832 r. out.. Hallowell. 

33 Prescott. 

34 e.f.c.&o Hallowell. 

35 .... Stamford. 

36 , Stamford. 

37 ... Hamilton. 

38 .... . Ancaster. 

39 Cobourg. 
Credit. 
Hamilton. 

41 .... Hamilton. 



40 



Book Steward, 

Toronto. 
Credit. 



1842 . . .: 
43 . . .. 
44 
45 ) 
to > ... Principal Vic- 

49 ) toria College. 

50 . Withdrew and 
united with the Episcopalian 
Church. He is now (1880), and 
has been for several years, Rector 
of the Church in Bowmanville, 
Ont. 



McNAIR, THOMAS R. 

1872 r. out. Kirkton. 

73 Removed to U.S. 

and united with the Central 
Illinois Conference. In 1874 he 
was stationed at Saunemin. 



I 



McNAMARA, GEORGE. 



1857 R. 

58 r. 

59 . 
60 

61 
62 
63 
64 

65 
66 

67 ... 

68 

69 

70 . 

71 ., 

72 .. 

73 .. 

74 



WIT 
F. C. 



St. Vincent. 
Owen Sound. 
Flos. 

Penetanguishene 
Penetanguishene 
Muskoka. 
Muskoka. 
Lakefield and 

Warsaw. 
Bobcaygeon and 
Silver Lake. 
Bobcaygeon. 
Bolsover. 
Bolsover, 
Arthur. 
Arthur. 
Arthur. 
Garafraxa and 

Luther. 
London Conf. 



McRAE, GEORGE. 



1859 c 

60 r. on t 

61 

62 



Peel. 
Elma. 
Blenheim. 
Erin. 



63 r.f.c.&o Georgetown. 

64 .... . . . Gait. 

65 ... Mitchell. 

66 Rem. to the U.S. 

and united with the California 
Conference, Methodist Episcopal 
Ohurch. In 1874 he was sta- 
tioned at Potter and Little Lake, 
in the Ukiah District. 



McRITCHIE, GEORGE. 



1850 
51 
52 
53 
54 
55 
56 
57 
58 
59 
60 
61 
62 
63 
64 
65 
66 
67 
68 
69 
70 
71 
72 
73 
74 



c. 

r. cm T 

S. V. c 

R.F.C.&O 



F. SEC. 



F. SEC. 
CHMN.. 
F. SEC. 
F. SEC. 
F. SEC. 

CHMN. 
CHMN. 
CHMN. 



Georgetown. 

Georgetown. 

Cobourg. 

Bowmanville. 

Kingston. 

Toronto West. 

Lloydtown. 

Lloydtown. 

Lloydtown. 

Perth. 

Perth. 

Perth. 

Kemptville. 

Kemptville. 

Newburg. 

Newburg. 

Newburg. 

Montreal South. 

Montreal South. 

Montreal South. 

Simcoe. 

Simcoe. 

Simcoe. 

Brockville. 

Montreal Conf. 



Delegate to the First General 
Conference, Toronto, 1874. 



N.. 



NANKEVILLE, BENJAMIN. 



1834 
35 
36 
37 

38 



c. . . . 
R.'on T 



Credit. 
Dumfries. 
Dumfries. 
No Station — ill 
health. 
Guelph. 



39 R.F.C. &o Matilda. 

40 . . Matilda. 

41 Matilda. 

42 Augusta. 

43 . . . Augusta. 

44 Kemptville 

45 . . . . Richmond. 

46 Richmond. 



1848 
49 

50 
51 
52 
53 
54 
55 
56 



Mississippi. 
Carlton and 

Pakenham, 
Smith's Falls. 
Smith's Falls. 
Gananoque. 
Brampton. 
Cooksville. 
Cooksville. 
Cooksville. 



Died October 9th, 1856, 
57 years. 

NEELANDS, JOHN. 
1840 c. Mono. 



aged 



Owen Sound. 
St. Vincent. 
St. Vincent. 
St. Vincent and 
Owen Sound. 
Owen Sound and 
Queen's Bush. 



1842 
43 
44 
45 

46 

47 
to! 
58 ' 
59' 
to 
64' 

Died September 7th, 1864, aged 
85 years. 



sup'y Owen Sound. 



sup'd Arran. 



WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



123 



NEELANDS, JOHN (B.) 



1859 r. 
60 
61 

62 s. 

63 r. 

64 .. 

65 .. 



66 
67 
68 
69 
70 
71 
72 
73 
74 



on t . Wawanosh. 
Mitchell. 
Howick. 
v. c . Cobourg. 
F.c.&o St. Mary's. 

Muskoka. 

.... Holland and 

Sullivan. 
.... Chatsworth. 
Chatsworth. 
.... Adelaide. 
Adelaide. 
Adelaide. 

Forest. 

. . Forest. 
.... Moore. 
. . London Conf. 



NELLES, SAM'L SOB1ESK1, 
D.D., LL.D. 



1847 
48 
49 



R. on T. 



50 R.F.C.&O 



Port Hope. 
Toronto East. 
Toronto East. 

j London 3 mo. 

j Principal V.C. 

1 Principal 

< Victoria 
( College. 
l President 

< Victoria 
( College. 

Note. — He was born at Mount 
Pleasant, Ontario ; converted at 
the Genesee Wesleyan Seminary, 
N.Y. ; obtained local preacher's 
license while at Victoria College, 
Cobourg, and there resolved to 
yield to his convictions of duty 
and consecrate himself to the full 



work of the Ministry. He finish- 
ed his collegiate course at Mid- 
dletown University, from which 
he received the degree of A. B., 
and afterwards that of A. M. In 
1861 he received the hon. degree 
of D.D. from Queen's University, 
Kingston, and in 1872 the hon. 
degree of LL.D. 

He was a Representative to the 
General Conference of the Metho- 
dist Episcopal Church, U. S., in 
1864, and Associate Representa- 
tive to the Conference of Eastern 
British America in 1868, also to 
the English Wesleyan Conference 
in 1873 ; and Delegate to the First 
General Conf., Toronto, 1874. 

NEWLOVE, GEORGE. 

1832 ii. on t Stanstead. 

Note. — He did not reach his 
circuit, having been seized with 
cholera in Montreal, where he died 
June 26th, 1832, aged 22 years. 

NORRIS, JAMES. 



1827 
to 
32 

33 ord. . 

34 .. 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 .. 



f Methodist 
-j Episcopal 
I Conference. 

Sidney. 

Nelson. 
. Nelson. 
. Oxford. 

Oxford. 

St. Thomas. 

St. Thomas. 

London. 

London. 

Goderich. 



) ( Newfoundland ; 

> .... ] See E. B. A. 
| ( Conference. 

... St. Armands. 
St. Armands. 
St. Armands. 
Cooksville. 
.... Brampton. 
Brampton. 
Markham. 
Markham. 
Markham. 

Stouffville. 

{ Newboro' and 
• ■ | Bedford. 

sup'd Omemee. 

Toronto Conf. 



c. . . . 
r. on T 



R. F.c.&o 



WILLIAM. 

Bayfield. 

Mount Forest. 

Merrickville. 

Larnark. 

Sherbrooke. 

Mount Forest. 

Thornbury. 

i Holland and 
1 Sullivan. 

Horning's Mills. 
Homing's Mills. 
Horning's Mills. 
Bannockburn. 
Bannockburn. 
Bannockburn. 
Flinton and 

Addington. 
Alice. 
Alice. 
Montreal Conf. 



o 



ODERY, JOSEPH. 



1870 c. 

71 R. 

72 .. 
73 

74 .. 



on t 



Ottawa. 
Oakville. 
Drummondville. 
Chatham. 
London Conf. 



OGILVIE, JAMES D. 

1858 c. Millbrook. . 

59 R. on t . Bowman ville. 
Dundas. 
Expelled. 



60 
61 



OLIVER, ROBERT F. 

1869 R. mil Bath and Am- 
herst Isle. 
70 , . . Bobcaygeon. 

-j ( Westmeath. 

| Mattawa. 



1872 ord Mattawa. 

73 r. f. c. Renfrew. 

74 Montreal Conf. 



ORMEROD, JOHN. 



1856 u. out. 

57 



St. Mary's. 
Dropped. 



Note. — He subsequently united 
with the Ontario Conference of the 
Methodist Episcopal Church in 
Canada, with whom he continued 
until 1868, when he removed to 
the United States. 



OSBORNE, JOHN C. 

1846 R. on t. Sidney. 

47 . . Sidney. 

48 ... Bowmanville. 



1849 
50 
51 
52 
53 
54 
55 
56 
57 
58 
59 
60 
61 
62 
63 
to 
69 
70 
71 
72 
73 
74 



Brighton. 
.. .. Sheffield. 
F.c.&o Sheffield. 
Metcalfe. 
Metcalfe. 
Lindsay. 
Lindsay. 
. . . Lindsay. 
( Lanark and 
\ Sherbrooke. 

No Station. 

sup'y . Consecon. 



Located. 

Marmora. 
Marmora. 
Marmora. 
Onslow. 
Montreal Conf. 



124 



MINISTERS AND PROBATIONERS. 



PADGHAM, RICHARD 
WATSON. 



1871 c. . . 

72 R. on T . 

73 ... 

74 .. ... 



Hamilton — 
Wesley Church. 
Glanford. 
Waterdown. 
Rem. to U. S. 



PARENT, AMAND. 
1858 ) R. on t ) St. Arniand 



to 
64 
65 

66 
to 
69 
70 

71 
72 
73 

74 



French 
Misssion. 
Stukely and 
Farnham F. Mis. 

South Roxton. 

Lake of Two 

Mountains. 
Napierville. 
Lacolle. 
Lacolle. 
Montreal Conf. 



PARKER, WM. R., M.A. 

1856 R. OUT. ) n , 

57 8 . v. o. ( Cobour g- 

58 ... Toronto West. 
59 Toronto East. 

60 r.f.c. &o Montreal East. 

61 Montreal East. 

62 . . Montreal East. 

63 .... Odelltown. 

64 Odelltown. 

65 Odelltown. 

66 Stanstead. 

67 ....... Stanstead. 

68 . Stanstead. 

69 Brantford. 

70 F. sec. Brantford. 

71 f. sec. . Brantford. 

72 chmn. . St. Catharines. 

73 chmx. St. Catharines. 

74 . London Conf. 

A graduate of Victoria Uni- 
versity— B. A. , 1858, Valedic- 
torian ; M.A., 1868. 

Delegate to First General Con- 
ference, Toronto, 1874. 

PATCHELL, THOMAS H. 



1870 
71 
72 
73 
74 



c. 

R. on t . 



Huntingdon. 
Darlington. 
Bond Head. 
Innisfil. 
Toronto Conf. 



PATRICK, WILLIAM. 



1829 
to 



r Methodist 
-i Episcopal 



1833 ord Perth. 

34 Prescott. 

35 . . . Rideau. 

36 Located. 

Note. — For several years he 
has occupied the position of 
Sheriff of the County of Perth. 
He was elected as one of the lay 
Delegates to the General Confer- 
ence of 1874 and 1878. 



PATTERSON, ALLAN. 

1871 c. St. Armands. 

72 r. on t . Coaticoke. 

73 Coaticoke. 

74 , Montreal Conf. 



PATTYSON, WM. M. 

1846 r. oni. Pembroke. 

47 Mississippi. 

48 ... Cornwall. 

49 . . Richmond. 

50 R.F..C. &o Clarendon. 

51 ... Clarendon. 

52 . . ■ Osgoode. 

53 . . Osgoode. 

54 Osgoode. 

55 . . Newborough. 

56 . . . Newborough. 

57 . . Newborough. 

58 . . : Winchester. 

59 . . Winchester. 

60 Moulinette. 

61 Moulinette. 

62 Spencerville. 

63 Spencerville. 

64 . .... Spencerville. 

65 North Cower. 

66 North Gower. 

67 .... Osgoode. 

68 Osgoode. 

69 Norwood. 

70 . . Norwood. 

71 Norwood. 

72 .... Thombury. 

73 Thombury. 

74 Toronto Conf. 



PEACOCK, THOS. 



c. . . . 



1848 
49 
50 
51 

52 R.F.C 

53 . 

54 .. 

55 ... 



R. OUT. 



&0 



United States. 

Wardsville. 

Goderich. 

Malahide. 

Brantford. 

Woodstock. 

Sandwich and 

Windsor. 
No Station — ill 
health. 

Died Jan. 12th, 1856, aged 29 



PEAKE, EDWIN. 



1852 c. . 


) Carleton and 


53 R. on t. 


\ Pakenham 


54 


Maitland. 


55 


Maitland. 


56 R.F.C. & 


o Woodstock. 


57 ... 


. Wardsville. 


58 . . 


Wardsville. 


59 

60 . . . 

«1 

62 


. Georgeville. 
Georgeville. 
Wyoming. 
Norwich. 


63 . 


Norwich. 


64 .. 


Norwich. 


65 


. Withdrew. 



Died Sept. 25th, 1872, aged 42 

years. 



PEAKE, WM. HENRY. 



1858 r 

59 . 
60 

61 . 

62 r 

63 . 

64 . 
65 

66 . 

67 . 
68 
69 
70 

71 . 

72 

73 

74 



on t . . Centreville and 
Tamworth. 

Bath. 
.... Waterloo, Kgtn. 
.... Melbourne. 
f.c. &o Dudswell. 

Dudswell. 
Harrowsmith. 

Harrowsmith. 

Shefford and 
Lawrenceville. 

Durham, E. 

. Durham, E. 

Durham, E. 

. . . . Bearbrook. 
Rama. 

Rama. 

Rama. 
Toronto Conf. 



PEAREN, JAMES, B.A. 

1866 o. , . Erin. 

67 c Millbank. 

68 R. on T Georgetown. 

69 Elora. 

70 rj. v. c , . Cobourg. 

71 u. v c Cobourg. 

72 r.f.c. &o Merritton. 

73 . Sawyerville. 

74 Montreal Conf. 

A graduate of Victoria Univer- 
sithy— B.A., 1872. 



PEARSON, MARMADUKE 
LOUIS. 



1862 


c. 




Mono. 


63 


R. 


on t. 


Albion. 


64 




.... 


Orillia. 


65 






Orillia. 


66 


R.F.C. &0 


Brock. 


67 






Prince 



WBSLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



125 



1869 
70 
71 

72 

73 F. SEC 

74 ... 



Odessa. 

Odessa. 

Lyn. 

Lyn. 

Lyn. 

Montreal Conf. 



PERRIN, DANIEL, B.A. 



PEARSON, THOMAS D. 

1852 c Belleville. 

53 R. on t . London. 

54 . . . Chatham. 

55 Sarnia. 

56 r.f.c.&o Whitby. 

57 Whitby. 

58 Brampton. 

59 Orillia. 

60 .... Innisfil. 

61 Innisfil. 

62 ... Dunnville. 

63 ... Dunnville. 

64 Welland. 
65 Welland. 

66 Glanford. 

67 Glanford. 

68 Glanford. 
- 69 Hullsville. 

70 ... Hullsville. 

71 . . Hullsville. 

72 Oakville. 

73 .... Oakville. 

74 . . London Conf. 



PEARSON, WILLIAM. 

1872 c. . . Lyn. 

73 R. out. Farmersville. 

74 . . Montreal Conf. 



PEIRCE, WILLIAM. 

1867 c Nottawasaga. 

68 R. on T . Sharon and Mt. 
Albert. 
' 69 Orillia. 

70 ... Located. 



1850 r. 
60 
61 
62 
63 
64 
65 
66 
67 
68 



Oil T 



u. v. c. ) Cobourg. 

Brighton. 

Thorold. 
r. f. c. & o Hastings. 

Hastings. 

Fenella. 

Fenella. 

Glanford. 

Removed to U. S. 
and united with the South Kansas 
Conference of the Methodist Epis- 
copal Church. In 1874 he was 
stationed at Cottonwood Falls. 



PERRY, CHARLES 
EBENEZER. 

1862 c. Brudenell. 

63 c Clarendon. 

64 r. on t . . Calabogie. 

65 ... Calabogie. 

66 . . Alice. 

67 r.f.c.&o Denbigh. 

68 Denbigh. 

69 Denbigh and 

Matawachin. 

70 . . Artemesia. 

71 Artemesia. 

72 Artemesia. 
73 Hanover. 

74 Toronto Conf. 



PERRY, DAVID. 



1864 

to 
71 
72 
73 
74 



R. F. V 



Methodist 
Episcopal 
Conference. 
Port Elgin. 
Port Elgin. 
Toronto Conf. 



PEPPER, JOHN, B.A. 

1872 r. on t London South. 
Rugby. 



73 
74 



Toronto Conf. 



59 s. v. c 
60 



PERLEY, WILLIAM F. 

1871 c. 

72 r. on t. 

73 ... 

74 .. 



PETERSON, ANDREW L. 

1856 u. . . Norwood. 

57 R. on t . Lindsay. 

58 .. .. Percy. 

59 Farmersville. 

60 r.f.c.&o Onslow. 

61 Arnprior. 

62 Russell. 

63 ... Pu.ss.-ll. 

64 | Templeton and 

65 \ Portland. 

66 Battersea. 

67 Tamworth. 
68 Tamworth. 

69 Avon more. 

70 ... Avonmore. 

71 ... North Augusta. 

72 North Augusta. 

73 . . Edwardsburg. 

74 'Montreal Conf. 

PHELPS, RICHARD. 

1826 j ( Methodist 

Welland. , to ...\ Episcopal 

Oakville. 32 \ I Conference. 

Cataraqui. 33 ord .... Oxford. 

Montreal Conf. 34 . . Oxford. 



A graduate of University Col- 
lege, Toronto— B.A. , 1868. 

PERDUE, HENRY H. 

1855 <:. 

56 r. on t 
57 



Matilda. 
Kemptville. 
Carleton Place. 
Cobourg. 
Located — ill 

health. 



1835 
36 
37 
38 
39 
to 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 
53 
54 
55 
to 
65 
66 
to 
71 
72 
73 
74 



Canborough. 
Grimsby. 
Simcoe. 
Simcoe. 

Erie Conf., U.S. 

Sidney. 
Norwood. 
Norwood. 
Gosfield and 

Amherstburg. 
London Circuit. 
London Circuit. 
London Circuit. 
Morpeth. 
Morpeth. 
Belmont. 



sup'd... Morpeth. 



sup'd Ridgetown. 



SUP D . 



Grimsby. 
London Conf. 



PHILLIPS, ALFRED M. 



1870 c. 

71 E. OMT. 

72 ... 

73 s. v. c 



Mooretown. 

Sarnia. 

Oil Springs. 

Cobourg. 



74 London Conf. 



PHILLIPS, ROBERT. 

1868 r. om. Albion. 

69 ... Albion. 

70 Orangeville. 

71 Orangeville. 



2 R. F. C. & O 



73 
74 



Acton. 
Arthur. 
London Conf 



PHILLIPS, SAMUEL B. 

1863 n. on t. . Moulinette. 

64 . . Carleton Place. 

65 Elgin. 

66 Albion. 

67 R.f.c.&o Albion. 

68 Muskoka. 

69 Muskoka. 

70 1 
to !■ srr'n. Lyn. 



to > SI 
73 J 
74 



Montreal Conf. 



PHILLIPS, SAMUEL G. 

1853 c. . . St. Johns. 

54 r. on T. . Dunham. 

55 . . Dunham. 

56 ... Granby. 

57 r.f.c. ito East Bolton. 

58 .... East Bolton. 

59 East Bolton. 

60 Compton. 

61 Compton. 

62 ... Compton. 



126 



MINISTERS AND PROBATIONERS. 



1863 Three Rivers. 

64 Three Rivers. 

65 Three Rivers. 

66 ... Clarenceville. 

67 ... Clarenceville. 

68 Clarenceville. 

69 . . Dunham. 

70 .... Dunham. 

71 . Dunham. 

72 Lachute. 

73 Lachute. 

74 Montreal Conf. 



PHILP, JOHN, B.A. 

1860 r. o» t. Cohourg, U.V.C. 

61 . . Oakville. 

62 . .. Dundas. 

63 . . Dundas. 

64 r.f.c.&o St. Mary's. 

65 . Woodstock. 

66 "Woodstock. 

67 ... Fairfield. 

68 Fairfield. 

69 Fairfield. 

70 Windsor. 

71 .... Windsor. 

72 f. sec . . Windsor. 

73 ... Paris. 

74 i London Conf. 



A graduate of Victoria Univer- 
sity— B.A., 1861. 

PHILP, SAMUEL C. 

1838 c. ..... . Cobourg. 

39 . . . . Nelson. 

40 R. on T . Nelson. 

41 Hamilton. 

42 r.f.c.&o Oxford. 

43 ..... Woodstock. 

44 Chatham.^ 

45 Chatham." 

46 St. Thomas. 

47 St. Thomas. 

48 St. Thomas. 

49 . . . Malahide. 

50 . . Malahide. 

51 Humber. 

52 Humber. 

53 Humber. 

54 . . Brampton. 

55 Brampton. 

56 Georgetown and 

Erin. 

57 Georgetown. 

58 f. sec. Berlin. 

59 f. sec. . Berlin. 

60 f. sec. . Berlin. 

61 f. sec. . Lindsay. 

62 f. sec Lindsay. 

63 f. sec. Lindsay. 

64 f. sec. . Omcmee. 

65 f. sec. . Omemee. 

66 f. sec. . . Norwood. , 

67 f. sec. . Norwood. 

68 f. sec. . . Norwood. 

69 Frankford. 

70 Frankford. 

71 sup'd Frankford. 

72 sup'd . Frankford. 

73 sup'd . . . Omemee. 

74 .. .. Toronto Conf. 



F. C 



PHILP, SAMUEL C, JUN. 

, . Georgetown. 
on T . . St. Mary's. 
... Clinton. 
.... Berlin. 

St. Thomas and 
Port Stanley. 
Wallaceburg. 
Wallaceburg. 
Mount Forest 

and Arthur. 
Mount Forest. 
Oil Spring. 
Oil Springs and 
Petrolia. 
Dunnville. 
Frankford. 
Cooksville. 
Cooksville. 
Newburg. 
Newburg. 
Prince Albert. 
Toronto Conf. 



1856 c 
57 R. 
58 

59 .. 

60 r. 

61 
62 
63 

64 
65 
66 

67 .. 

68 

69 . 

70 .. 

71 . 

72 . 
73 

74 ,. 



PHILP, WILLIAM. 



1840 R. on t . 


Hallowell. 


41 

42 . .. 


Sidney. 
Hamilton. 


43 ord. . 


Dundas. 


44 R. F. c 


Nelson. 


45 ... 


Nelson. 


46 

47 ... 

48 . 
49 


. Georgetown. 
Georgetown. 
Georgetown. 
Oshawa. 


50 .. 


Oshawa. 


51 


Farmersville. 


52 


Farmersville. 


53 ^| 




54 \ 


Waterloo — 


55 J 
56 


Kingston 
Newcastle. 


57 


Newcastle. 


58 CHMN. 


Newcastle. 


59 f. sec. . 


Weston. 


60 


Weston. 


61 


. Waterdown. 


62 ... 


Waterdown. 


63 


Waterdown. 


64 


Cooksville. 


65 


Cooksville. 


66 ... 


Cooksville. 


67 sup'd . . 


. Whitby. 



68 

to 
73 

74 



sup'd . Waterdown. 
London Conf. 



PICKERING, JOHN. 

1872 c . . Aurora. 

73 R. on t Markham. 

74 . . . Toronto Conf. 

PINCH, RICHARD. 

1854 c Berlin. 

55 rcwt&'o St. Mary's. 



56 
57 
58 
59 



No Station — ill 

health. 
Mono. 
Mono. 



1860 R. F. c. 


Mono. 


61 ... . 


StounVille. 


62 .... 


Stouffville. 


63 


Nissouri. 


6* j SUP'D. 


Mono. 


66 sup'y 


St. Mary's. 


67 sup'y 


Mono. 


68 ) 




to \ ... 


United States. 


72) 




73 


Monkton. 


74 


London Conf. 


PLAYTER, GEORGE 


FREDERICK. 


1833 c. . . 


. Ottawa. 


34 r. onr. 


. Matilda. 


35 ... 


By town. 


36 ... 


Gananoque. 


37 


Perth. 


38 R.F.C.& 


o Ottawa. 


39 


Richmond. 


40 


Sidney. 


41 


. Sidney. 


42 


. Yonge Street. 


43 


Yonge Street. 


44 | 

45 • ' ' 


. Editor, Toronto. 


46 


Belleville. 


J* j SUP'Y 


Picton. 


49 


Brighton. 


50 .... 


Brighton. 


51 


Norwood. 


52 


Rawdon. 


53 


. Rawdon. 


54 .... 


Napance. 


55 


, Napanee. 


56 ... 


) Waterloo — 


57 ... 


) Kingston. 


58) 




to > sup'd. 
66) 


Frankford. 




Died Oct. 24th, 1866, aged 55 


years. 




POLLARD, WILLIAM. 


1842 c. 


Cornwall. 


43 R. On T 


Sherbrooke. 


44 


Toronto. 


45 .... 


Bytown. 


46 R.F.C.& 


o Hamilton. 


47 


London Circuit. 


48 . 


London Circuit. 


49 ... 


. St. Thomas. 


50 


St. Thomas. 


51 ... 


London. 


52 


London. 


53 . .. 


London. 


54 


Quebec. 


55 . .* 


. Quebec. 


56 . . .. . 


. Three Rivers. 


57 F. SEC. 


Three Rivers. 


58 F. SEC. 


Three Rivers. 


59 CHMN. . 


. Kingston. 


60 CHMN. . 


. Kingston. 


61 


Brantford. 


62 CHMN. . 


. Brantford. 


63 F. SEC. 


, Toronto West. 



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127 



1864 CHMN. 

65 CHMN. 

66 CHMN. 

67 CHMN. 

68^ 

69 }- CHMN. 

70 J 
71 

72 } CHMN 



73 

74 

Secretary of 



Toronto "West. 

Toronto West. 

Barrie. 

Barrie. 
( Cobourg. 
< Cobourg. 
( Cobourg. 
( Victoria, Van. I. 
■j Victoria, Van. I. 
L Victoria, Van. I. 

Toronto Conf. 
Conference, 1864. 



1865 
66 
67 
68 
69 
70 
71 
72 
73 

74 



Brockville. 

Brockville. 

Goderich. 

Goderich. 

Goderich. 

Hamilton Centre 

Toronto, Queen 
Street. 
Toronto Conf. 



POOLE, GEORGE. 



1825 ) 
to \ 
32) 
33 ord 
34 
35 

36 

37 

38 

39 

40 
. 41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 

47 1 . 

to i-SUP D. 

53 J 

Died Sept. 
54 years. 



Methodist 

Episcopal ! 

Conference. [ 
Murray. 
Hallowell. 
Hallowell. 
Cobourg. 
Peterboro'. 
Peterboro'. 
Yonge Street. 
Yonge Street. 
Grimsby. 
Grimsby. 
Grimsby. 
Brantford. 
Brantford. 
Toronto Circuit. 

Brantford. 
11th, 1853, aged 



Delegate to the First General 
Conference, Toronto, 1874. 



POPE, HENRY. 



POOLE, JACOB. 

r Methodist 

Episcopal 
L Conference. 

Located. 

sup'y Coookstown. 
. ... Toronto Conf. 

POOLE, WM. HENRY. 




1846 R. on t . . 
47 

48 .. 
49 

50 R.F.C. &0 

51 
52 
53 
54 
55 
56 
57 
58 
59 
60 
61 
62 
63 
64 



SEC. 
SEC. 
SEC. 



Smith's Falls. 

Elizabethtown. 

Consecon. 

Consecon. 

Demorestville. 

Demorestville. 

Toronto East. 

Toronto East. 

Peterboro'. 

Peterboro'. 

Peterboro'. 
I Agent Victoria 
( College. 

Cobourg. 

Cobourg. 

Cobourg. 

Newburg. 

Newburg. 

Brockville. 



1814 r. on r. . 
15 

16 ORD 

17 

18 R. F. C . 

19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 



Kingsbridge, Eng 
Reading, Eng. 
Cornwall, C.W- 
Cornwall. 
York (Toronto). 
Niagara. 
York (Toronto). 
Melbourne. 
Melbourne. 
Melbourne. 
Odelltown. 
Odelltown. 
Eastern British 
America. 



POPE, RICHARD. 



1816 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
to 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 



r. on t 

ord Montreal. 

St. Armand. 

Kingston 

R. F. c Fort Wellington. 

Three Rivers. 

Three Rivers. 



Stanstead. 

Quebec. 
Quebec. 
Shefford. 
Shefford. 



sup'y Quebec. 



Died September 2nd, 
aged 43 years. 



1832, 



POTTER, AUSTIN. 

1870 c. . . . Muskoka. 

71 k. on T . Hillsdale and 

Penetanguishene 

72 . . . Belmont. 

73 Bond Head. 

74 Toronto Conf. 



POTTER, RICHARD. 

1857 c. ... Demorestville. 

58 R. on T . Sidney. 

59 ........ Woodstock. 

60 Paris. 

61 r.f.c. &o Hastings Road. 

62 Frankford. 

63 .... Milford. 

64 Milford. 

65 Mount Forest. 



1866 
67 
68 
69 
70 
71 
72 
73 
74 



Mount Forest. 

Mount Forest. 

Glanford. 

Glanford. 

Moira. 

Moira. 

Campbellford. 

Campbellford. 

Toronto Conf. 



POTTS, ALEXANDER. 



1846 r 
47 

48 .. 
49 
50 .. 



Sidney. 

Bowmanville. 

Withdrew. 



1857 c 

58 k. 

59 

60 

61 R, 

62 

63 

64 

65 

66 

67 

68 

69 

70 

71 

72 

73 

74 



POTTS, JOHN. 

Markham. 
on t . Newmarket and 
Aurora. 
Thorold. 
.... Thorold. 
F.c &0 Thorold. 
. . London. 
London. 
London. 
Yorkville. 
Yorkville. 
Hamilton West. 
Hamilton West. 
Hamilton West. 
Montreal First. 
Montreal First. 
Montreal First. 
Toronto First. 
Toronto Conf. 









F. 


SEC 


F. 


SEC 


F. 


SEC . . 


F. 


SEC. . . 



Delegate to the First General 
Conference, Toronto, 1874. 



PRESTON, JAMES. 



51 R. on t . 


Brantford. 


52 ... 


Belleville. 


53 OR. D 


Indiana, U. S 


54 


Indiana, U. S 


55 OR. ELD. 


Indiana, U. S 


56 ... 


London. 


57 


London. 


58 ... 


Vienna. 


59 .. 


Vienna. 


60 .. 


Simcoe. 


61 F. SEC 


Simcoe. 


62 F. SEC 


Simcoe. 


63 


Toronto West 


64 


Toronto West 


65 F. SEC 


Belleville. 


66 F. SEC . 


Belleville. 


67 F. SEC 


Belleville. 


68 F. SEC. . 


Woodstock. 


69 CHMN. . 


Woodstock. 


70 CHMN. . 


Woodstock. 


71 .. 


Dundas. 


72 .... 


Dundas. 


73 


Dundas. 


74 


London Conf. 



Delegate to the First General 
Conference, Toronto, 1874. 



128 



MINISTERS AND PROBATIONERS. 



PRETTY, RICHARD. 



1858 c 

59 R. «T. 

60 ... . 

61 s. v. 

62 ..... 

63 .. 



c . 



Farmersville. 

Moulinette. 

Napanee. 

Cobourg. 

Denbigh. 

Located. 



PRICE, WILLIAM. 



r.: 



1839 c-. 

40 r 

41 . 

42 . 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 
53 
54 
55 
56 
57 
58 
59 



on T. 



Bavrie. 
Walpole. 
Brantford. 
London. 
Hamilton. 
f.c.&o Toronto. 

Yonge Street. 

Yonge Street. 

Oshawa. 

Oshawa. 

Oshawa. 

St. Catharines. 

St. Catharines. 

Chatham. 

Chatham. 

Chatham. 

St. Thomas. 

St. Thomas. 

St. Thomas. 

Prescott. 

Prescott. 

Prescott. 



1860 .... Kemptville. 

61 Kemptville. 



62 
63 
64 

65 

66 
67 
68 
69 

70 
71 

72 
73 
74 



CHMN. 
CHMN. 



SUPD. 

sup'd 
sup'd . 



Kleinburg. 

Kleinburg. 

Kleinburg. 
| St. Clair. 
| Drayton. 

Drayton. 

Stratford. 

Stratford. 

Seaforth. 

Seaforth. 
. Owe,n Sound. 

Owen Sound. 
. Toronto. 

Toronto Conf. 



PRINDE, ANDREW. 

1805 ^i ( Methodist 

to V . . < Episcopal 

32 J ( Conference. 

33 

to \ sup'd . Ancaster. 

39 

40 

to \ sup'd . . Hamilton. 

49 

50 

to \ sup'd . Glanford. 

54) 

Died Jan. 15th, 1855, aged 75 
years. 



PUGH, JOHN D. 

1853 R. on t Napanee. 

54 , . Hinchinbrook. 

55 . . ... Grenville. 

56 Osgoode. 

57 L'Orignal. 

58 .... L'Orignal. 

59 . . Located — ill 

health. 



PUNSHON, WM. MORLEY, 
LL.D. 



1845 
to 
67 
68i 

to y . . . 

12) 

73 . 

74 .. 



( English 

I Wesleyan 

( Conference. 

C President 

< Canada 

I " Conference. 

. Kensington, Eng 
President Eng- 
lish Conference. 



PYKE, WILLIAM. 



18601 

to y 

72 J 

73 R. P. M . 

74 



Primitive 
Methodist 
Church. 
Farnham. 
Montreal Conf. 



B. 



RAINE, JOHN. 



1835 R.om 
36 ord. . 
37 

38 R. F. (' 

39 
40 
■41 
42 
43 
44 



Stanstead. 

Melbourne. 

Melbourne. 

Three Rivers. 

Three Rivers. 

Russelltown. 

Russelltown. 

Russelltown. 

Melbourne. 

Melbourne. 



Died Aug. 24th, 1844, aged 41 
years. 



RANEY, WILLIAM. 

1865 r. out Peel. 

66 Drayton. 

67 , . Manningsville. 

68 Farmersville. 

69 r.k.c. &o North Augusta. 

70 . . . . Renfrew. 

71 Renfrew. 

72 Renfrew. 

73 . . Carleton Place 

74 .... Montreal Conf. 



RATTRAY, THOMAS. 

1845 it. on r.. St. Catharines. 

46 . . Hamilton. 

47 . Hamilton. 

48 . . No Station. 

49 » Located. 

Note. — He subsequently be- 
came a Congregational Minister 
in Drummondville, then at Cow- 
aiisville, and then at Salisbury, 
New Hampshire. A very severe 
affliction, in the last-mentioned 
place, compelled him to relin- 
quish all pastoral work in 1857 ; 
from which time till 1864 he re- 
sided in Concord, N.H., then till 
1870 at Concord, Mass., and then 
in Toronto till his death, which 
took place July 7th, 1879, at 
the age of 65 years. 



RKID, HENKY 



1846 c. 

47 <' 

48 c. . . 

49 <■ . 



Mono. 

Nottawasaga. 
Nottawasaga. 
St. Vincent. 



1850 
51 
52 
53 
54 
55 
56 
57 
58 
59 
60 
61 
62 
63 
64 
65 
66 
67 
68 
69 
70 
71 
72 
73 
74 



c. 

R.F.C.' 



. . St. Vincent. 
; o Penetanguishene 
. . Durham. 
. . Durham 

Peel. 

.. Peel. 

Peel. 

Blenheim. 
Blenheim, 
i . Walsingham. 
. Walsingham. 
Bayham. 
Bay ham. 
Brock. 
. Brock. 
. Brock. 
. Pickering. 
. Pickering. 
. Prince Albert. 
. Prince Albert. 
. Prince Albert. 
. Mount Brydges. 
. Dawn Mills. 
. Kirkton. 
. London Conf. 



WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



129 



REID, THOMAS JAMES. 



1870 c. . . 

71 R. on t 

72 S. v. v 

73 s. v. c 

74 .... 



Stayner. 
Muskoka. 
Cobourg. 
Cobourg. 
Toronto Conf. 



REIL), THOMAS ROBINSON. 

1869 c. . . Walter s Falls. 

70 R. on T . Hanover. 

71 Hanover. 

72 Meaford. 

73 r.f.c.&o Alton. 

74 Toronto Conf. 



REYNAR, ALFRED HENRY, 
M.A. 

1862 u. onr. i Classical Tutor, 
63 .*....( Victoria College. 



64 

65 .... 

66 r.f.c&o 

67 ... 
-68 j 

to 
73 ^ 
74 



Shefford and 

Lawrenceville. 
Classical Tutor, 
Victoria 

College. 
Prof. Mod. Lan- 
guages, Vic. 
Col., Cobourg. 
Toronto Cont. 



A graduate of Victoria Univer- 
sity— B.A.. 1862, Silver Medal- 
list and Valedictorian ; M.A., 
1869. 

REYNOLDS, FRANCIS C. 
1867 c Brock. 



68 
69 
70 
71 
72 
73 
74 



c. 

r. on t . 

S. Y. C 
R.F.C.&O. 



Lloydtown. 

Cobourg. 

Georgetown. 

Harriston. 

Harriston. 

Montreal Conf. 



REYNOLDS, JOSEPH. 

1840 u. ore t . Bath and Am- 
herst Isle. 

41 Murray. 

42 . . Buckingham. 

43 Osgoode. 

44 R.F.C.&0 Osgoode. 

45 .... Hull. 

46 L'Orignal. 

47 \ L'Orignal. 
j Marmora. 

48 . . . . Marmora. 

49 Hungerford. 

50 Napanee. 

51 Newburg. 

52 Demorestville. 

53 Demorestville. 

54 .... Carleton Place. 

55 .... Carleton Place. 

56 . . . . Carleton Place. 

57 . . Maitland. 

58 . . Maitland. 
5y .... Farmersville. 

60 Farmersville. 

61 . . Farmersville. 



1862 
63 
64 
65 
66 
67 
68 
69 
to 
73 
74 



Welland. 
Welland. 
Smith ville, 

Smithville. 

Smithville. 

Hiawatha. 

Hiawatha. 

sup'd . . Waterford. 

London Conf. 



REYNOLDS, ROBERT. 

1869 c. . . Bond Head. 

70 it. on t Rosemont. 

71 ... Stayner. 

72 . . Rugby. 

73 r.f.c.&o Kippen. 

74 ... London Conf. 



RICE, LUTHER O. 



R. F. C. 



1840 c. . . 

41 R. o: 
42 

43 ORD 

44 .. 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 
53 
54 
55 
56 
57 
58 
59 
60 
61 
62 
63 
64 
65 
66 
67 
68 
69 
70 
71 
72 
73 
74 



Dumfries. 

Malahide. 

Walpole. 

Walpole. 

Georgtown. 

Georgetown. 

Chippewa. 

Chippewa. 

Barrie. 

Barrie. 

Bradford. 

Cookstown. 

Cookstown. 

Cookstown. 

Dunn ville. 

Dunnville. 

Dunn ville. 

Berlin. 

Fingal. 

Fingal. 

Westminster. 

Westminster. 

Strathroy. 

Strathroy. 

Amherstburg. 

Amherstburg. 

Amherstburg. 

Kincardine. 

Kincardine. 

Dungannon. 

Dungannon. 

Dungannon. 

Bervie. 

Bayfield. 

London Conf. 



1859 r. on t. 
60 

61 ... 

62 .... 



RICE, MADISON A. 

Mount Brydges. 
Ingersoll. 
Madoc and Has- 
tings Road. 
Peel. 
Located. 



1847 
48 
49 

50 CHMN. 

51 CHMN. 

52 CHMN. 

53 



54 
55 
56 
57 
58 
59 
60/ 

6U 
62 

63 i 

to 
73 j 

74 



RICE, SAMUEL DWIGHT, 
D.D. 

1837 ) (-Eastern 

to | . . . \ British 

46 \ I America. 



F. SEC. 
F. SEC. 
F. SEC 



Toronto West. 

Toronto West. 

Muncey Indus- 
trial School. 

Kingston. 

Kingston. 

Kingston. 

Treasurer Vic. 

College. 
) Governor 
J- Victoria 
) College. 

. Hamilton. 

Hamilton. 

Hamilton. 

Hamilton. 

Hamilton. 
fGov. Wesleyan 
-J Female College, 
I Hamilton. 

. . London Conf. 



The honorary degree of D. D. 
was conferred upon him by Vic- 
toria University, 1867. 

Secretary of Conference, 1855. 

President of Conference at Lon- 
don in 1873, and at Hamilton in 
1874. 

Delegate, to the First General 
Conference, Toronto, 1874. 



RICH, GEORGE W 



1863 R. on t 


Paisley. 


64 


Keppel. 


65 ... 


Wawanosh. 


66 ... 


. Mooretown. 


67 


Expelled. 



RICHARDSON, EZEKIEL. 

1867 R. on t. . St. George. 

68 Washington. 

69 . . Harmony. 

70 Mitchell. 

71' R.F.c&o Maberly. 

72 . . Maberly. 

73 . . Bryson. 

74 Montreal Conf. 



RICHARDSON, GEO. THOS. 



54 R. on t . 


. Brock. 


55 


Brock. 


56 


Holland Land. 


57 .... 


Holland Land. 


58 r. f. c. 

59 

60 


Nottawasaga. 
Nottawasaga. 
Point Mara. 


61 


Point Mara. 


62 


Manvers. 


63 .. 


. Manvers. 


64 
65 
66 


. Lynedoch. 

. Lynedoch. 

Lynedoch. 


67 

68 ... 

69 .... 


Wyoming. 
Wyoming. 
Blenheim. 


70 ... 


Blenheim. 


71 .. 


. Brock. 



130 



MINISTERS AND PROBATIONERS. 



1872 Brock. 

73 Brock. 

74 Toronto Conf. 



RICHARDSON, JAMES. 



( Methodist 

< Episcopal 

( Conference. 

Toronto District. 



1824 
to 
32 
33 

34 }-CHMN. 

35J 

36 ......... Withdrew. 

Secretary of Conference, 1834. 

Note. — He removed to the U. 
S., and was admitted a member 
of the Oneida Annual Confer- 
ence of the Methodist Episcopal 
Church ; but after spending one 
year in the City of Auburn, N. 
Y., he returned to Canada and 
united with the New Methodist 
Episcopal Church. For several 
years, by permission of that body, 
he acted as Agent of the Upper 
Canada Bible Society. In 1858 
he was elected a Bishop, which 
office he held until his death, 
which took place in Toronto on 
March 9th, 1875, aged 84 years. 



RICHARDSON, JAMES E. 

1860 
61 

62 
63 
64 

65 
66 
67 
68 
69 
70 
71 
72 
73 
74 



R. on t Percy. 

. . Percy. 

.......... Melbourne. 

Melbourne. 

r.f.c &o Durham. 

Durham. 

Durham. 

Coaticoke and 
Barnston. 

Compton. 
Coropton. 
Compton. 
Granby 
Montreal Conf. 



RICHARDSON, \VM. 

1851 c Humber. 

52 R. on t . Dunnville. 

53 . Glanford. 

54 . Grimsby. 

55 r.f.c.&o Southampton. 

56 j Cartwright and 

57 .. ] Scugog. 

58 . . Rawdon. 

59 ... Franklin. 

60 Franklin. 

61 .. Franklin. 
♦>2 . . . . Centreville. 

63 . . Niagara. 

64 Niagara. 

65 Port Dalhousie. 

66 Cayuga. 

67 . Cayuga. 

68 ..... Cayuga. 

<59 Point Ahino. 



1870 
71 

72 
73 

74 



Bobcaygeon. 
Newboro'. 
Newboro'. 
Newboro'. 
Toronto Conf. 



RICHEY, MATTHEW, D.D. 



1821 

to; 

34 1 

35 

36 

37 

38' 

39 

40 i 

41 

42 

43 .... 

44 

45 

46 CHMN. 

47 CHMN. 

48 CHMN. 

49 .... 

50 ... 

51 .... 



Eastern 
British 
America. 
Montreal. 

Principal U. C. 
Acad. Cobourg. 
Toronto. 

England. 

Kingston. 
Kingston. 
Kingston. 
Montreal. 
Montreal. 
Montreal. 
H. B. Territory. 
Toronto 
Toronto. 
Eastern British 
America. 



Co-Delegate of the Conference, 
1848. 

President of the Conference, 
1849 and 1850. 



RIDLEY, JOHN. 

1867 c ... Drayton. 
68 E. obt Bath. 

gq ( Cataraqui. 

' ' " j Napanee. 

70 Napanee. 

71 R.F.c.&o Merritton. 

72 Font Hill. 

73 Font Hill. 

74 ... London Conf. 



RIGSBY, WALTER. 



RIVET, XAVIER. 

1868 c. Montreal F. M. 

69 R. on t. Roxton F. M. 

70 Roxton F. M. 

71 .. Removed to U.S. 



1861 

to 
71 



ROADHOUSE, JOB. 

f Primitive 
-i Methodist 



Conference. 



72 r. f. c. Bearbrook. 

73 . Bearbrook. 

74 .... Montreal Conf. 

ROBBINS, JOHN. 



1871 c. 

72 r. onr. 

73 

74 



St. George. 
Waterdown. 
Oakvilla. 
London Conf. 



ROBERTSON, DAVID. 

1850 c. ... Humber. 

51 E. out.. Carl eton and 

Pakenham. 

52 ... Matilda. 

Died Feb. 8th, 1853, aged 24 
years. 



1868 r. on t. 

69 ... 

70 

71 



Cainsville. 
Tilsonburg. 
Grimsby. 
Thorold. 



72 r.f.c. &o Caistorville. 

73 Caistorville. 

74 London Conf. 



RILANCE, WILLIAM. 

1868 c Keppel. 

69 R. om Milford. 

70 ... 

71 .. 



Stirling. 
Bath and Am- 
herst Isle. 
72 ... Cataraqui. 

73 r.f.c. &o Centreville. 

74 .,..- , . . Montreal Conf. 



ROBINSON, ISAAC 
NEWTON. 

1871 c Cartwright. 

72 r. on t Stouffville. 

73 Darlington. 

74 Toronto Conf. 



ROBINSON, JOHN HOWSON. 

1865 R. onr Bobcaygeon and 
Silver Lake, 
gg \ Minden. 

| Burleigh Road. 

67 Oakville. 

68 Streetsville. 

j69 Invermay. 

70 r.f.c.&o Markdale." 

71 Scarboro'. 

72 Scarboro' 

73 . . Merritton. 

74 . London Conf. 



ROBINSON, REUBEN. 

1843 R. on t Barrie. 
44 . . . . Located. 

ROBINSON, RICHARD. 

1862 r. om 
63 
64 
65 
66 



Franklin. 

St. Andrews. 

Sherbrooke. 

East Bolton. 

East Bolton. 

67 r.f.c.&o East Bolton. 



68 



Faruham. 



WESLBYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



131 



1869 
70 
71 
72 
'73 
74 



Farnham. 

Farnham. 

Lawrenceville. 

Sutton. 

Sutton. 

Montreal Conf . 



ROBINSON, ROBERT. 

1844 c Norword. 

45 r. onx. Norwood. 

46 . . Mississippi. 

47 s. v. o Cobourg. 

48 s. v.. c . . Cobourg. 

49 e.f.c.&O Sidney. 
.50 ... Picton. 
51 . . Madoc. 
52 Madoc. 

53 Newboro'. 

54 Newboro'. 

55 Aylmer. 

56 J Clarendon and 

57 I Fortage-du-Fort. 

58 Bell's Corners. 

59 Bell's Comers. 

60 Bell's Corners. 

.61 . . Hungerford. 

62 Hungerford. 

63 Hungerford. 

64 . . . ( Flinton and Ad- 

65 ... . j dington Road. 

66 Shannonville. 

67 Shannonville. 

68 Shannonville. 

69 Madoc. 

70 Madoc. 
71 Madoc. 

72 Hastings. 

73 Hastings. 

74 Montreal Conf. 



ROBISON, MATTHEW. 

Kingsville. 
Sarnia. 
Red River. 
High Bluffs. 
High Bluffs. 
High Bluffs. 
Baltimore, Ont. 
Cobourg. 
Demorestville. 
Toronto Conf. 



1867 c 

68 R. on T 

69 OKI).. 
70 

71 R. F. (.'. 

72 ... 



73 s. v. c 
74 



ROBSON, EBENEZEK. 

1.856 R. on t { Coboul .„ 

57 u. v. c. ) ° 

58 Montreal Centre. 

59 0RD. I Fort Yale, B. C. 

60 n. f. c. ) ' 

61 Nanainlo, B.C. 

62 Nanaimo, B.C. 

63 Fort Hope and 

Fort Yale. 

64 Victoria, V.I. 

65 .... New Westmin- 

ster, B.C. 
66 Hamilton. 

67 .... Merrickville. 

68 . . Merrickville. 

69 Merrickville. 



1870 Castleton. 

71 ... Castleton. 

72 . . . Castleton. 
73 Morrisburg. 

74 ... Montreal Conf. 



ROBSON, GEORGE. 



1861 o. . . . 

62 r. on t . . 

63 s. v. o. . . 

64 u. v. c. 

65 .. 

66 R.F.C.&0 

67 

68 . . 

69 .... 

70 sup'd. 



Napanee. 

Napanee. 

Cobourg. 

Cobourg. 

St. George. 

J Toronto East. 

\ Agt. Vic. Col. 

Colborne. 

Castleton. 

Castleton. 

Castleton. 



Died Dec. 12th, 1870, aged 32 
years. 

ROBSON, THOMAS. 

1845 1 ( Methodist 

to > . . . . < Episcopal 

54 j ( ( 'onference. 

55 R. f. c . . Berlin and Blen- 

heim. 

56 Blenheim. 

57 Wellesley. 

58 Wellesley. 

59 Norwich. 

60 .. Bayfield. 

61 Bayfield. 

62 . . Ainleyville. 

63 Ainleyville. 

64 . . Florence. 

65 ... Arkona. 

66 . . Nissouri. 

67 . . Nissouri. 
68 Nissouri. 

Died October 20th, 1868, aged 
49 years. 

ROGERS, GEORGE. 

1863 r. on'i. Cooksvillc. 

64 . . Perth. 

65 ... Milton. 
66 Dundas. 

67 r.f.c. &o Grimsby. 

68 Franklin Centre. 

69 .... Franklin Centre. 

70 . . Franklin Centre. 

71 Huntingdon. 

72 . . Huntingdon. 

73 ... ... Huntingdon. 

74 . . . . Montreal Conf. 



ROSE, BROCK. 

1860 R. our Matilda. 

61 . . . . Maitland. 

62 . . Farmersville. 

63 .. Brudenell. 

64 r.f.c. &o PointAlexander. 

65 ... Point Alexander. 
66 Alice. 

67 Alice. 



1868 
69 
70 
71 
72 
73 
74 



Alice. 

Glentay. 

Glentay. 

Glentay. 

Elgin. 

Fitzroy Harbour. 

Montreal Conf. 



ROSE, PHILIP. 



1856 c 
57 r. on t. 



Durham. 
58 Durham. 



59 ORD 

60 R. f. c. 
61 

62 ... . 

Died Dec. 
years. 



Mount Forest 

and Arthur. 
Bayham. 
Marmora. 
Marmora. 

29th, 1862, aged 42 



ROSE, SAMUEL. 

1831 c Toronto and 

Indian Mission. 

32 c. ... Albion. 

33 r. wit.. Westminster. 
Westminster. 
Hamilton. 

.c. &o Stamford. 
Stamford. 
Stamford. 
St. Catharines. 

!St. Catharines. 
London. 
London. 
Brantford. 
Brantford. 
Yonge Street. 
Yonge Street. 
Yonge Street. 
Dundas. 
Dundas. 
Dundas. 

Mount Elgin 
and Muncey. 
I Dundas. 
Dundas. 
Dundas. 
Thorold. 
-{ Thorold. 
St. Catharines. 
St. Catharines. 
St. Catharines, 
i Belleville. 
65 1 
to > ... Book Steward, 

73 ) Toronto. 

74 . . Toronto Conf. 

Co-Delegate of the Conference, 
1867. 

Delegate to the First General 
Conference, Toronto, 1874. 



ROSE, SAMUEL PETER, 

1873 is. onr. Peterboro'. 
74 Toronto Conf. 



132 



MINISTERS AND PROBATIONERS. 



ROSS, ANDREW W. 

1872 c. . Pickering. 

73 r. on t. . Pickering. 



74 



Toronto Conf. 



ROSS, JAMES STEWART. 



1867 c. 


•• 


Ailsa Craig and 
Park Hill 


68 R. 


on t 


Belmont. 


69 . . Aylmer. 

70 it. v. c Cobourg. 

71 v. v. c Cobourg. 

72 u. v. c. Cobourg. 

73 r.f.c. &o Point Edward. 


74 


... 


. London Conf. 


ROSS, 


WILLIAM WILSON. 


1857 R. 

58 . 

59 . 

60 .. 


on t. 


. Cobourg, S.V.C. 
Napanee. 
Aylmer. 
Merrickville. 


61 r.f.c. &o Hamilton. 


62 . 
63 

64 . 
65 

66 


... 


Three River^. 
Compton and 

Hatley. 
Hatley. 
Hatley. 
Shefford and 
Lawrenceville. 


67 . . 
68 




Kingston. 
Metis. 


69 .. 


. . 


Hamilton. 


7o .. 


. . . , 


Toronto Fourth. 


71 .. 




Toronto Fourth. 


72 . 




Toronto Fourth. 


73 * 


SF.C. . 


Montreal Fourth 


74 




London Conf. 



ROWSOM, WxM. H., B.A. 

1863 R. on t. . Matilda. 

64 Morrisburg. 

65 s. v. c Cobourg. 

66 s. v. c Cobourg. 

67 s. v. c . . Cobourg 

68 r.f.c.&o Quebec. 
69) 

70 [ . . . . Hatley and 

71 ) Cassville. 

72 . ... - Granby. 

73 Removed to U.S. 

and united with the Troy Con- 
ference of the Methodist Episco- 
pal Church. In 1874 he was in 
charge of Trinity Church, Al- 
bany, N.Y. He is a graduate of 
Victoria University — B.A., 1868. 



ROY, JAMES, M.A. 

1854 c Cxrenville. 

55 u. (wit. L'Orignal. 

56 Onslow. 

57 Onslow. 

58 r.f.c. io Gatineau. 

59 .... . Port Dover. 
nn v>~~* r>„„„- 



1861 
62 
63 
64 
65 
66 
67 
68 
to 
73 
74 



Dunnville. 
Gananoque. 
Gananoque. 
Gananoque. 
Sherbrooke, C.E. 



sup'y . Cobourg. 



( Principal Cob'rg 
< Collegiate 
( Institute. 

. Toronto Conf. 



A graduate of Victoria Univer- 
sity— B.A. , 1868, Valedictorian; 
M.A., 1871. 

RUNDLE, ROBERT T. 

1840 ) R.onT.&o~i Edmonton 
to > j- House, 

48 ) . . . J H.B.T. 

49 . .. Removed to Eng- 
land, where he has continued to 
labour in connection with the 
English Conference. In 1879 he 
was stationed at Wigton, on the 
Carlisle District 



RUPERT, EDMUND STONEY, 
M.A. 

1860 n. on t. . Cobourg, U.V.C. 

61 . . Dundas. 

62 Milton. 

63 Prince Albert. 

64 r.f.c.&o Beaverton. 

65 . . . Beaverton. 

66 ... Beaverton. 

67 ... Centreville. 

68 Centreville. 

69 . Centreville. 

70 . . . . Wilton. 

71 . . Wilton. 

72 . . Wilton. 

73 Percy. 

74 . . Toronto Conf. 

A graduate of Victoria Univer- 
sity— B.A., 1861 ; M.A., 1867. 

RUSS, AMOS E., M.A. 

1854 . 
55 r, 
56 
57 

58 u. 
59 

60 . 
61 

62 .. 
63 

64 f. 

65 . 

66 .. 
67 
68 
69 
70 

72 [v 

73 J 

74 . 



was conferred upon him by Wil- 
lamette University, Salem, Ore- 
gon, U.S., June, 1872. 

RUSSELL, ALFRED L., 
M.A., B.D. 



1866 r. 


on t 


Howick. 


67 




Kincardine. 


68 it. 


v. c. 


Cobourg. 


69 u. 


v c. 


Cobourg. 


70 .. 


. 


Brampton. 


71 R.F.C.&C 


Streets ville. 


72 .. 




Osprey. 


73 .. 




Osprey. 


74 




London Conf. 



A graduate of Victoria Univer- 
sity— B. A., 187C, Gqjd Medalist ; 
M.A., 1874; B.D., 1874. 



RUSSELL, JOHN. 



61 R. on t. . 


Waterloo — 




Kingston 


62 


Aylmer, W. 


63 


Belmont. 


64 s. v. c . 


Cobourg. 


65 


Moulinette. 


66 r.f.c.&o Farmersville. 


67 .. .... 


New Ireland. 


68 .. .. 


New Ireland. 


69 ... 


North Gore. 


70 ....... 


North Gore. 


71 


Sombra. 


72 


Arkona. 


73 


Arkona. 


74 


London Conf. 



RUTLEDGE, WM. LEECH. 



Student, V. C. 
on t . Norwood. 
...... Bowmanville. 

Port Hope. 

f. c. & o London Circuit. 
London Circuit. 
Baltimore. 
Baltimore. 
Perth. 
, . Perth. 
sec Perth. 
. . . . Trenton. 

Trenton. 

Trenton. 
. . Victoria, Van. I. 
... Victoria, Van. I. 
f. sko. , . Victoria, Van. I. 

New Westmin- 
ster, B.C. 

Toronto Conf. 



1870 c. . . 

71 R. onr. . 

72 

73 stu. . 

74 .. 



Chandos. 
Omemee. 
Oakwood. 
Montreal Theo- 
logical College. 
Toronto Conf. 



RUTTAN, JOHN HENRY. 

1869 c ) Brudenell and 

70 r. on t \ Bark Lake. 

71 ... Stirling. 

72 Shannonville. 

73 r.f.c.&o Norway House. 

74 , ... Toronto Conf. 



RYAN, DAVID. 



1858 
59 
60 

61 s, 



c. 

R. onr. 



v. o. 



Kincardine. 
Teeswater. 
Howiok. 
Cobourg. 



62 r.f.c.&o Lucknow. 



SEC. j 



63 
64 
65 
66 
67 



Frankford. 

Frankford. 

Frankford. 

Stirling. 

Hungerford. 



68 . ..... Hungerford 

69 Hungerford, 



WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



]33 



1871 Fairfield. 

72 Fairfield. 

73 Blenheim. 

74 London Conf. 



RYAN, WILLIAM. 



1867 c. 

68 c. 

69 k. 

70 s. 



onr 
v. c 



71 OED 

72 R. F. c. 

73 

74 ... . 



Thome. 

Hungerford. 

Marmora. 

Cobourg. 

Matilda. 

Milford. 

Milford. 

Toronto Conf. 



RYCKMAN, EDWARD 
BRADSHAW, M.A. 



1856 E. on t. . 
57 

58 R. F. C. & 

59 

60 
61 .. 

62 

63 .. 

€4 

65 .... 

66 

67 

68 

69 

70 

71 OHMN 

72 CHMN. 

73 F. SEC 

74 .. 



F. SEC. 
CHMN . 



Yonge Street. 

Yonge Street. 

Montreal East. 

Montreal East. 

Odelltown. 

Odelltown. 

Odelltown. 

Huntingdon. 

Huntingdon. 

Huntingdon. 

Kingston. 

Kingston. 

Kingston. 

Stanstead. 

Stanstead. 

Chatham. 

Chatham. 

Gov. Dundas 
Colleg. Instit. 

London Conf. 
A graduate of Victoria Univer- 
sity — B.A., 1855, Valedictorian ; 
M.A., 1868. 

Journal Secretary of Conference 
1867, 1868, 1869, 1870, and 1871. 
Delegate to First General Con- 
ference, Toronto, 1874. 



RYERSON, EDWY M. 

1831 ) ( Methodist 

to > I Episcopal 

33 ) I Conference. 

34 e.f.c. &o St. Catharines. 

35 . St. Catharines. 

36 Nelson. 

37 Nelson. 

38 Belleville. 

39 ... Belleville. 

40 Belleville. 

41 Cobourg. 

42 .... Cobourg. 

43 . . Kingston and 

Wolfe Island. 
44 Kingston. 

45 London. 

46 ... Brantford. 

47 . • . Brantford. 

48 Brantford. 



1849 
50 
51 
52 
53 
to 
56 
57 



Drummondville. 
Drummondville. 
.... Simeoe. 
Simcoe. 

sup'y . . Port Dover. 

Expelled. 



RYERSON, EGERTON, D.D., 
LL.D. 

1824") ( Methodist 

to > . . . . -I Episcopal 

32 J I Conference. 

33 . . . ) Editor Christian 

34 ... . ) Guardian. 
35 Kingston. 

36 Kingston. 

37 . . . , Kingston. 

38 ) Editor Christian 

39 . . . . \ Guardian. 

40 Toronto. 

41 . . Toronto. 

42^1 ( Principal Vic. 

43 V \ College, Co- 

44 J ( bourg. 

45 ) ( Sup. of Education 
to > -j by permission 

73 ) I of Conference. 

74 . . Toronto Conf, 

Secretary of Conference, 1833, 
1835, 1837, and 1838. 

Representative to English Con- 
ference, 1832, 1836, 1839, 1840, 
and to the General Conference of 
the Methodist Episcopal Church, 
U.S., 1835, 1839, 1843, 1852, 
and 1866. 

The honorary degree of LL.D. 
was conferred upon him by the 
University of Victoria College, 
Cobourg, 1861. 

Delegate to the First General 
Conference, Toronto, 1874. 



RYERSON, JOHN. 

1820) f Methodist 

to > . . . . -J Episcopal 
32 ) I " 

33^) 



to >• P. ELD. 

35 J 

36 CHMN. 

3T) 
to J- 
41 J 

42 CHMN. 

43 

44 ~) 

to \ CHMN . 

47 J 

to - CHMN 

51 j 

52 CHMN. 



Conference. 

Bay Quinte Dist. 

Toronto District. 

Book Steward, 

Toronto. 
St. Catharines. 
President of Conf. 

Hamilton Dist. 

Toronto East. 
Belleville. 



1853^1 

to ['CHMN. 

55 J 

56 CHMN. 

57 

58 

59 

60^) 

to S-sup'd 

73 J 

74 .. . 



CHMN 



Kingston. 

Quebec. 
Governor, Vic- 
toria College. 
Grand River. 

Brantford. 

London Conf. 



Co-Delegate of the Conference, 
1849 to 1857. 

Representative to English Con- 
ference, 1840, 1846, and 1849, 
and to General Conference of the 
Methodist Episcopal Church, 
U.S., 1839 and 1854. 



RYERSON, JOSEPH E. 



1844 c. 

45 R. on t. 

46 

47 .... 

48 



Chatham. 
Woodstock. 
Dundas. 
Toronto East. 
Located. 



RYERSON, WILLIAM. 



1 



( Methodist 
Episcopal 
Conference. 
Kingston. 
Niagara District. 
Hamilton. 
Hamilton. 
Toronto. 
Toronto. 
Grand River. 
Grand River. 
Grand River. 
Simcoe. 
Simcoe. 



New Credit. 

Simcoe. 

Simcoe. 

Grand River. 



. Grand River. 
Located. 
Grand River. 



1821^1 
to I 
32 j 
33 

34 P. ELD. 

35 CHMN. 

36 CHMN. 

37 

38 

39 

40 

41 

42 

43 

44^| 

to >- chmn . London District. 

47 J 

48 CHMN. 

49 CHMN. 

50 CHMN. 

to y . . . 

57 J 
58 

to! 

61 

62 

to ; 

66 ' 

to ^sup'd 
72 J 

President of Conference, 1841. 
Died Sept. 15th, 1872, aged 
75 years. 



134 



MINISTERS AND PROBATIONERS. 



s. 



SALLOWS, KDWARD. 



1S41 
42 
43 

44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 
53 
54 
55 
56 
57 
58 
59 
60 
61 
62 
63 
64 
65 
66 
67 
to 
73 
74 



K. on t 



K.F.C. &0 



Brock. 
Barrie. 
Woodstock and 

Stratford. 
Whitechurch. 
Amherstburg. 
Amherstburg. 
Chatham. 
Sydenham. 
Wards ville. 
Cornwall. 
Newash. 
Bruce Mines. 
Collingwood. 
Collingwood. 
Penetanguishene 
Penetanguishene 
Penetanguishen e 
Teeswater. 
Teeswater. 
Teeswater. 
Garden River. 
Garden River. 
Garden River. 

Cape Crocker and 
Colpoys Bay. 



sup'd . Collingwood. 
Toronto Conf. 



I 1872 Muncey. 

73 Muncey. 

74 London Conf. 



SALTON, SAMUEL. 



SALMON, JOHN, B.A. 

1858 K. on t Cobourg, U.V.C' 

59 Alnwick Circuit 

60 Alnwick Circuit. 

61 u. v. c. . Cobourg. 

62 R.F.C.&0 Wilton and 

Odessa. 

63 . . ) Coaticoke and 

64 j Barnston. 

65 • • • i Quebec, Sea- 

66 ) men's Mis. 

67 ... Withdrew and 
subsequently united with the 
Congregationalists ; he is a gra- 
duate of Victoria University — 
B.A., 1862. 



SALT, ALLAN. 

1853 r. on t St. Clair. 

54 ord ) 
to I Lac La Pluie. 

57 r. f. c. ) 

58 Garden River. 

59 Garden River. 

60-) 

to f Christian 

67 J Islands. 

68") 

to [ .... St. Hair. 
71 I 



1871 c 
72 r. on t 
73 
74 



Milford. 
Milford. 
L'Amable. 
Toronto Conf. 



SANDERS, JOSEPH LANG- 
DON. 



London. 

Yonge Street. 

Belleville. 

Three Rivers. 

Bradford. 

Lloydtown. 
. Lloydtown. 
. Weston. 

Weston. 

Brampton. 

Brampton. 
. Brampton. 

\ Whitby and 
f Oshawa. 

Rama. 
Rama. 
Baltimore. 
Baltimore. 



1854 i'. 

55 R. on t 

56 . . 

57 

58 R.F.C.&O 

59 .... 

60 

61 

62 ... 

63 ... 

64 .... 
65 
66 
67 
68 
69 
70 
71 
72 

Died August 16th, 1872, aged 
41 years. 



SANDERS, NELSON 

1866 r. on t 
67 
68 
69 



70 



Keppel. 
Walter's Falls. 
Howick. 
Mitchell. 
Expelled. 



SANDERSON, GEORGE 
RIVERS. 



1837 c 
38 I: 
39 
40 

41 R 
42 
43 
44 

45 . 

46 1 
to 

50 \ 

51 .. 

52 . 
53 

54 | 
to } 



Thames. 

. on t . Newmarket. 

Grimsby. 

Hamilton. 
.F.c. &o Stamford. 

Stamford. 

St. Catharines. 

St. Catharines. 
Toronto. 

Editor, Toronto. 



. Cobourg. 
Cobourg. 
Cobourg. 

\ Book Steward, 
( Toronto. 



1859 

60 CHMN. 

61 CHMN. 

62 CHMN. 

63 CHMN. 

64 CHMN". 

65 ~) 

66 A 
67 
68 
69 

70 J 

71 CHMN. 

72 CHMN. 

73 CHMX. 

74 



London. 
London. 
London. 
Port Hope. 
Port Hope. 
Port Hope. 
Picton. 
Picton. 
Picton. 
* Belleville. 
Belleville. 
.. Belleville. 
Kingston. 
Kingston. 
Kingston. 
London Conf. 



Secretary of Conference, 1852. 

Representative to English Wes- 
leyan Conference, 1861. 

Co-Delegate of the Conference, 
1871. 

Delegate to the First General 
Conference held in Toronto, 1874. 



SANDERSON, JOHN. 



1835 
to 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 
53 
54 
55 
56 
57 ■• 
58) 
to :- 
62 ) 
631 
to \ sri- 
73) 
74 ... 



New Connexion 
Conference. 

Peterboro'. 

Brock. 

Brock. 

Consecon. 

Consecon. 

Napanee. 

Napanee. 

Sheffield. 

Norwood. 

Mariposa. 

Metcalfe. 

Cartwright. 

Cartwright. 

Cartwright. 

Mud Lake. 

Madoc. 

Madoe. 

Madoc . 



sup'd Millbrook. 



n. 



Peterboro' 
Toronto Conf. 



SANDKRSON, JOHN (B). 

1857 c. Devonshire and 

McGillivray. 

58 R. on r Visiting England 

59 Milton. 

60 ... Peel. 

61 Erin. 

62 k.k.o.&o Elma. 

63 Elma. 

Ri VI 



WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



135 



1865 . . 


Fenelon Falls 


66 .... 




67 


Fenelon Falls 


68 .... 




69 .... 


. . Warsaw. 


70 .... 


. . . Caistorville. 


71 .... 


Caistorville. 


72 
73 

74 


Cayuga. 
Cayuga. 
London Conf. 



SANDERSON, JOSEPH E., 
M.A. 



1851 c. ... 

52 .. 

53 c 

54 k. on t 
55 

56 R.T.v.ko 

57 

58 

59 

60 

61 F. SEC 

.62 

63 
64 
65 
66 
67 

68 F. SEC 

69 F. SEC 

70 F. SEC 

71 .. 

72 .. 

73 ... 

74 ... 



F. SEC 
F. SEC. 



Brampton. 
Student. 
Brampton. 
Brampton. 
London. 
Montreal East. 
Montreal East. 
Kingston. 
Kingston. 
Aylmer E. 
Aylmer E. 
Trenton. 

Shefford and 
Lawrenceville. 

Compton. 

Compton. 

Perth. 

Perth. 

Perth. 

Whitby. 

Whitby. 

Whitby. 

Toronto Conf. 



SANDERSON, WILLIAM. 



1851 r. 


on t. 


Norwood. 


52 .. 




Markham. 


53"i 

54 j- 

55 J 




\ No Station— ill 
\ health. 


56 




Picton. 


57 .. 




Percy, 
o Seymour. 


58 R.F.C. & 


59 




) Flinton and Ad 
\ dington Road. 


60 




61 




Point Alexander 


62 




Point Alexander 


63 




Point Alexander 


64 .. 




. Onslow. 


65 .. 




. Onslow. 


66 




. Onslow. 


67 . 




. Clarendon. 


68 




Clarendon. 


69 




Alice. 


70 .. 




. Alice. 


71 F. 


SEC. . 


Alice. 


72 




Playfair. 


73 




Playfair. 


74 . 




Montreal Conf. 


SAUNDERS 


, JABEZ BEER. 


1868 c. 




. Carleton Place. 


69 r. 


oral'. 


Merrickville. 


70 . 




- Lyn. 



1871 .... Lyn. 

72 r.f.c. &o South Mountain. 

73 South Mountain. 

74 Montreal Conf. 



SAUNDERS, JOHN, B.A. 



1866 


c. . . . - 


Artemesia. 


67 


R. oni . 


Keppel. 




68 




. Walter's 


Falls. 


69 


U. V. c. 


. Cobourg. 




70 


U. V. c. 


Cobourg. 




71 


R.F.C. & 


o Durham, 


Que. 


72 




. Durham, 


Que. 


73 




. Durham, 


Que. 


74 





. London Conf. 


A graduate 


of Victoria 


Univer 


sity— 


-B.A., 1871. 





SAVAGE, JOHN WESLEY. 



1854 c. 

55 r. 

56 .. 



57 ORD. . 

58 r. f. c. 

59 .... 
60 

61 

62 . . 

63 .. 
64 

65 ... 

66 .. .. 
67 

68 
69 



Warwick. 

London Circuit. 

London Circuit. 

Cooksville. 

Prince Albert. 

Prince Albert^ 

Orangeville. 

Orangeville. 

Mono. 

Mono. 

Albion. 

Albion. 

Albion. 

Howick. 

Howick. 

Howick. 

Glanford. 



70 Glanford. 

71 Glanford. 

72 ... Omemee. 

73 . . Omemee. 

74 Toronto Conf. 



SAVAGE, WILLIAM. 

1854 o Belmont. 

55 r. on t Belmont. 

56 . . Belmont. 

57 Mount Brydges. 

58 r. f. c Mount Brydges. 

59 . . Florence. 

60 Florence. 

61 ... Florence. 

62 . . Peel. 

63 . . Peel. 

64 .... Berlin. 

65 .. Berlin. 

66 ... Brewer's Mills. 

67 . . Elgin. 

68 Elgin. 

69 .... Cayuga. 

70 Cayuga. 

71 Cayuga. 

72 Smithville. 

73 Smithville. 

74 . . London Conf. 



SAWYER, DAVID. 

1849 c Owen Sound. 

50 c Newash. 

51 E. on t. Newash. 

52 ord Beausoliel and 

French River. 

53 ... Located. 



SAWYER, JOSEPH. 

1797 ) ( Methodist 

to > . . ! Episcopal 

1810 ) ( Conference. 

11 } 

to > Located. 

47 j 

48) 

to } supy Matilda. 

50 ) 

51 Rem. to U. S., 

where he died in 1852 or 1853. 

Note. — In 1850, when about 
80 years of age, he visited the 
Canada Conference at Brockville. 



SCALES, WILLIAM. 

1854 r. on t . St. Andrews. 

55 ... Point Alexander. 

56 Westmeath. 

57 ord Bell's Corners. 

58 R. f. c. Aylmer, E. 

59 ... Aylmer, E. 

60 Elgin. 

61 . . Hatley. 

62 East Bolton. 

63 East Bolton. 

64 ... East Bolton. 

65 ... Knowlton. 

66 Knowlton. 

67 Knowlton. 

68 Frelighsburg. 

69 Frelighsburg. 

70 Frelighsburg. 

71 Bolton. 

72 Bolton. 

73 Stirling. 

74 . . . Toronto Conf. 





SCANLON, JOHN. 


1865 


r. on T . 


Innisfil. 


66 




. Sharon and 

Mount Albert. 


67 




. Penetanguishene 


68 




Bond Head. 


69 


R.F.C. & 


o Kingston. 


70 




Park Hill. 


71 




Park Hill. 


72 


.... 


Hemmingford. 


73 




Hemmingford. 


74 




Montreal Conf. 


SCHESSER, ELMIRA J. 


1867 


R. on T . 


. Waterloo Ger- 
man Mission. 


68 


. . . 


) Heidelburg 


69 




\ and Grey. 


70 




Rem. to U.S. 



136 



MINISTERS AND PROBATIONERS. 



SCHMIDT, KARLOS. 

1860 Eganville, Ger. 

61 Eganville, Ger. 

Died, 1862. 



SCHOFIELD, WM. H., M.A. 

1860 R. on t ) n„K^,>„ 

61 v. v. c. ( CoboUr S- 

62 Bath. 

63 Merrickville. 

64 R.F.C.&0 Smith's Falls. 

65 ... Coboconk and 

Garden. 

66 ... Minden. 

67 ... Minden. 

68 Lakefield. 

69 Lakefield. 

Died October 29th, 1869, aged 
29 years. 

SCHBAM, GEO. ASHWELL. 



1870 K. on t 

71 

72 .... 

73 sttt 

74 ... 



( Glanford. 
| Ainleyville. 

Wingham. 
. Drayton. 

Montreal Theo.C. 

London Conf. 



SCHUSTER, ANSELM. 

1866 k. on t Paris and St. 

George, Ger. 
67 Vennacher, G. M 

68 Vennacher, G. M 

69 Vennacher, G. M 

70 k.f.c. &o New Waldec. 

71 ...... Suspended. 

Note. — He was subsequently 

received by the Bible Christians. 
In 1879 he was stationed in Belle- 
ville. 

SCOTT, JOHN. 

1857 c Oakville. 

58 R. on t . Mono. 

59 . Newmarket and 

Aurora. 

60 Mount Forest. 

61 R.F.C. &o Durham, C.E. 

62 Durham, C.E. 

63 Durham, C.E. 

64 New Ireland. 

65 . . . Actonvale. 

66 Actonvale. 

67 New Glasgow. 

68 . New Glasgow. 

69 Cavignal. 

70-j 8 

to >• 8UP>D . Montreal. 

73 J 

74 .... Montreal Conf. 

SCOTT, JOHN, B.A. 



1870 ..-. Elora. 

71 R.F.C. &o Listowel. 

72 Listowel. 

73 .... Listowel. 

74 . . . . London Conf. 

A graduate of Victoria Univer- 
sity— B.A., 1868. 

SCOTT, JOHN GARDINER. 

1869 c. . . Orangeville. 

70 c. . . Orangeville* 

71 R. on t. . Klemburg. 

72 . . Brampton. 

73 R.F.c. &o Brampton. 

74 . . London Conf. 



SCOTT, JONATHAN. 

1834 c. 
35 R. on T 



36 ORD .. 

37 .. 

38 R. f. c 



867 R. on t 

68 . . 

69 



Cobourg, U.V.C. 

Berlin. 

Peel. 



Grape Island. 
Lake Simcoe and 
Coldwater. 
. Lake Simcoe. 
. Lake Simcoe and 
Barrie. 
Lake Simcoe, 
Barrie, and 
Coldwater. 
c Editor Christian 
\ Guardian, 
I Toronto. 

, . Stamford. 
Stamford. 
. . Cobourg. 
. . Cobourg. 
. . Port Hope. 

Perth. 
. Perth. 
Cooksville. 
Cooks ville. 
Cooksville. 



sup'y Cooksville. 



39 -) 
to [ 

43 J 

44 . 
45 
46 

47 . 

48 . 
49 
50 . 
51 
52 
53 
54 
55 
56 

57 1 

to V sup'y 

67 J 

68 

to 

73 

74 



Toronto. 

Brampton. 
Toronto Conf. 



SCOTT, MOSES. 



1872 
73 
74 



c. ... 
R. on t . 



Port Neuf. 
Port Neuf. 
Montreal Conf. 



SCOTT, WILLIAM. 

1836 R.onT.. New York Conf. 
Brockville and 

Elizabethtown. 
Yonge Street. 
Amherstburg. 
Amherstburg. 



37 . . 
38 

39 ORD 

40 R. F. 

41 1 

to y .. 

47 J 



St. Clair. 
St. Arniand. 



1850 
51 
52 
53 
54 
55 
56 
57 
58 
59 
60 
61 
62 
63 
64 
65 
66 
67 
68 
69 
70 
71 
72 
73 
74 



CHMN. 
CHMN. 



CHMN. 
CHMN. 
CHMN. 
CHMN. 

CHMN. 
CHMN. 

CHMN. 

CHMN. 
CHMN. 
CHMN. 
CHMN. 
CHMN. 



St Arniand. 

Melbourne. 

Melbourne. 

Montreal West 

Montreal West. 

Odelltown. 

Odelltown. 

Peterboro'. 

Peterboro'. 

Toronto West 

Agt. Vic. CoL 

Ottawa. 

Ottawa. 

Ottawa. 

Prescott 

Prescott 

Matilda. 

Matilda. 

Napanee. 

Napanee. 

Napanee. 

Oshawa. 

Oshawa. 

Oshawa. 

Montreal Conf. 



48 .... 

49 St. Armand. 



Secretary of Conference in 1862 
and 1872. 

Delegate to First General Con- 
ference, Toronto, 1874. 



SCOTT, WILLIAM L. 



1855 c 


.... Wellesley. 


56 R. mm. Cobourg, S.V.C 


57 


. Oakville. 


58 ... 


. . Bridgenorth. 


59 R.F. 


c. &o Bradford. 


60 


. . . Percy. 


61 


Alnwick. 


62 


Alnwick. 


63 . 


Keene. 


64 . 


Ke^ne. 


65 


Keene. 


66 . 




67 sop 


d. Peterboro'. 


68 


Three Rivers. 


69 ... 


. . Three Rivers. 


70 


Three Rivers. 


71 . . 


Smithfield. 


72 


Smithfield. 


73 


Lakefield. 


74 


Toronto Conf. 



SEELEY, SAMUEL C. 

1856 c 

57 R. on t . Kincardine. 

58 Bayfield. 

59 ... . No Station— ill 

health. 
Died 1859, aged 27 years. 

SELLERY, SAMUEL. 
1871 R. onr 



72 
73 

74 



Londesboro' and 
Holmesville. 
Howick. 
Wingham. 
London Conf. 



WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



137 



SELLEY, JOHN B., M.D. 



1836 R.«iT.. 

37 

38 

39 

40 R.F.C. &0 

41 

42 

43 

44 .. 

45 .... 

46 .. .. 

47 .... 
48 

49 .... 

50 

51 

52 

53 sup'y.. 

54 

55 

56 

57 

to 

62 

63^ 

* to f 
67) 
68 ^ 

to )■ HW'll. . . 

73 J 

74 .. 



Montreal. 
Shefford. 
Melbourne. 
New Ireland. 
Quebec. 
Hamilton and 

Brantford. 
Toronto West. 
Toronto West. 
St. Armands. 
St. Armands. 
Eleuthera, Ba- 
hamas. 
St. Kitts, W. I. 
St. Kitts, W I. 
Antigua. 
Antigua. 
Quebec, 
Compton. 
Compton. 
Compton. 



sitp'd Ouebec. 



sup'd Compton. 



Montreal. 
Montreal Conf. 



SEMMENS, JOHN. 



1870 
71 



73 



Windsor. 
Chatham. 
Dundas. 
Norway House, 

H. B, T. 
Nelson River. 



SHALEB, HENRY. 

1828^1 / Methodist 

to J- -J Episcopal 

32 J I Conference. 

33 ord. . Rideau. 

34 Rideau. 

35 . . Matilda. 

36 ... Matilda. 

37 Prescott and 

Augusta. 
38 Augusta. 

39 Ottawa. 

40 Ottawa. 

41 Richmond. 

42 Richmond. 

43 .. Hull. 

44 .... Hull. 

45 Pembroke and 

Bonchire. 

46 . . I'emborke. 

47 Pembroke. 

48 Pembroke and 

Westmeath. 

49 Osgoode. 

50 Osgoode. 

51 Osgoode. 

52 Westmeath. 

53 Westmeath. 
54 1 

to j- sup'd. Kemptville. 

69 J 

70 Hudson. 

71 1 

to J-.sup i) Kemptville. 

73 J 

74 . . Montreal Conf. 



SHANNON, JOHN. 
1859 r. onr Norwood. 



74 Toronto Conf. 



SEXSMITH, GEORGE. 

1860 c. . . . Romney. 

61 r. on T Strathroy. 

62 MeGillivray. 

63 .... Ingersoll. 

64 r.f.o. &o MeGillivray. 

65 MeGillivray. 

66 .... MeGillivray. 

67 . . Port Stanley. 

68 Port Stanley. 

69 ... . ( Lucan and 

70 . . j Ailsa Craig. 

71 Lucan. 

72 Orangeville. 

73 ( )rangeville. 

Died Feb 22nd, 1874, aged 39 

years. 

SEXSMITH, WM. V 



60 .. 

61 .. 

62 s. v. c. 

Died Oct, 
years. 



Norwood. 
Millbrook. 
Cobourg. 
4th, 1862, aged 26 



1851 



SHAW, JOHN. 
Strathroy. 



c. 

52 r. on T. 

53 

54 s. v. c. . 

55 R.F.C. &o 
56 
57 

58 ! 
I 

59 ... 

60 .. 
61 
62 
63 

64 .... 
65 

66 ... 
67 
68 
69 

70 .. . 

71 .. . 

72 I'HMX 

73 CHMX, 

74 



SEC 
SEC 



Malahide. 

Crowland. 

Cobourg. 

Woodstock. 

Port Dover. 

Cayuga. 

Cayuga. 

Smith ville. 

.Smith ville. 

Smith ville. 

Grimsby. 

Grimsby. 

Grimsby. 

Whitby and 

Oshawa. 
Newmarket and 
Aurora. 
Aurora. 
Weston. 
Weston. 
Brampton. 
Brampton. 
Toronto Fourth. 
Toronto Conf. 
Delegate to the First General 
Conference, Toronto, 1874. 

SHAW ROBERT, B.A. 

1859 R. out St. Mary's. 



60 u. v. 


c. Cobourg. 


61 


Devonshire. 


62 u. v. 


c Cobourg. 


63 R.F.C 


. & o Caistorville. 


64 


Caistorville. 


65 


Point Abino. 


66 


Point Abino. 


A graduate of Victoria Univer- 


sity — B.A. 


1863. 


Died January 13th, 1867, aged 


31 vears. 





SHANNON, WILLIAM. 



1871 R. on t 



i J, (i iti) . 



73 

74 



Kennebec. 
( Kennebec, 

Salt Spring and 
( Maple Bay, B.C. 
Salt Spring and 
Maple Bay. 
Toronto Conf. 



1854 
55 

56 

57 
58 
59 

60 
61 

62 
63 
64 
65 
66 
67 
68 
69 
70 
71 
72 
73 
74 



R. fill. T 



K.F.C.&O 



Osprey. 

Bath and Am- 
herst Isle. 

Brant. 

Belmore. 

Shannonville. 

M adoc and Hast- 
ings Road. 

Ormstown. 

Cavignal. 

Cavignal. 

Cavignal. 

Clarendon. 

Clarendon. 

Clarendon. 

Onslow. 

Maberly. 

Maberly, 

Maberly. 

Harrowsmith. 

Lynedoch. 

Lynedoch. 

London Conf. 



SHAW, 
1864 r. on t. 

65 

66 

67 .. 

68 R.F( 

69 

70 sup'd . 
nup'd. 



71 

Died Feb. 
years. 



WILLIAM. 
Franklin. 
La Chute. 
Smith's Falls. 
Newburg. 
&o Newburg. 
Napanee. 
Shawbridge. 
Shawbridge. 
24th, 1872, aged 35 



SHAW. 



WM ISAAC, B.A., 
LL.B. 



1864 c. .. 

65 r. on r 

66 ... 
67 



Brewer's Mills. 
Brewer's Mills. 
Belleville. 
Lachine. 



68 r.f.c.&o Lachine. 

69 Hemmingford. 



70 
71 
72 
73 
74 



Hemmingford. 
Hemmingford. 
Odelltown. 
Odelltown. 
Montreal Conf. 



A graduate of Victoria Univer- 
sitv— B.A.. 1861 : LL.B.. 1S64. 



13S 



MINISTERS AND PROBATIONERS. 



SHENSTONE, WM. EWEN. 

1828 R. on T.&o England. 

29 ... Stanstead. 

30 . . St. Armand. 

31 Three Rivers. 

32 R. F. c. Shcfford. 

33 ... ... Shefford. 

34 Three Rivers. 

35 Three Rivers. 

36 Three Rivers. 

37] 

to [■ ... Nova Scotia. 
45.) 

46 St. Armand. 

47 St. Armand. 

48 E. B. America. 



SHEPHERD, EDMUND. 

1831 ( Methodist Epis- 

32 ( copal Conf. 

33 Hallowell. 

34 Bay Quinte. 

35 Hamilton. 

36 Brantford. 

37 Brantford. 

38 ... Newmarket. 

39 Newmarket. 

40 ... Stamford. 

41 St. Catharines. 

42 chmn". London. 

43 chmn. London. 

44 chmn. London. 

45 . . Dundas. 

46 . . Kingston. 

47 . . By town. 

48 chmn. Bytown. 

49 chmn. Bytown. 

50 chmn. Bytown and 

Torbolton. 

51 . . Woodstock. 

52 . . Woodstock. 

53 . . Woodstock. 

54 chmn. Chatham. 

55 Expelled. 



SHEPHERD, \VM. W. 

1862 r. on t. Mount Forest 

and Arthur. 

63 St. Vincent. 

64 s. v. c Cobourg. 

65 . . . . Belmont. 

66 s. v. c Cobourg. 

67 R. f. c.&o Listowel. 

68 Listowel. 
'59 Listowel. 

70 Washington. 

71 Washington. 

72 Washington. 

73 (.'ainsville. 

74 London Conf. 



SHEPLY, JOSEPH. 



Simcoe. 
i t Dumfries. 

Orimshy. 
Stamford. 

i.&.. York. 



1846 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 
53 
54 
55 
56 
57 
58 
59 
60 
61 
62 
63 
64 
65 
66 
67 
68 
69 
70 
71 

72 .. . 

73 sup'd 
74 



Dumfries. 

Malahide. 

Malahide. 

Ingersoll. 

Ingersoll. 

Blenheim. 

Blenheim. 

Paris. 

Paris. 

Simcoe. 

Simcoe. 

Norwich. 

Norwich. 

Ingersoll. 

Ingersoll. 

Ingersoll. 

Cookstown. 

Newmarket and 
Aurora. 
Berlin. 
Berlin. 
Fingal. 
Fingal. 
Wardsville. 
Blenheim. 
Blenheim. 
Ingersoll. 
London Conf. 



S41 


c. 


42 


R. 


43 




44 




45 


11. 



SHERIDAN, WILLIAM. 

1858 R. on T. Prince Albert. 

59 . . . . ( 'artwright. 

60 Bowmanvillc 

61 ... Merrickville. 

62 r.f.c.&o Minden. 

63 Fenelon Falls. 

64 Fenelon Falls. 

65 Lakefield, Mud 

Lake & Warsaw. 

66 Lakefield. 

67 . . Lakefield. 

68 .... Bobcaygeon. 

69 .... Spencerville. 

71 Spencerville. 

72 Spencerville. 

73 . . . . Merrickville. 
74 .Montreal Conf. 



SHERLOCK, BENJAMIN. 

1858 c. NottaWasaga. 

59 r. on t Cookstown. 

60 Winchester. 

61 ... Lyn. 

62 r.f.c.&o Sandwich and 

Windsor, 

63 ... Orangeville. 

64 .... Orangeville. 

65 Orangeville. 

66 ... Albion. 

67 . . Albion. 
68 Albion. 

69 Tyironnell. 

70 Tvrcniilicll. 

71 .... Erin. 

72 .... (.'hinguacousy. 

73 ( 'hinguacousy. 

74 . r r.,,,1..,. i '.,„(• 



SHIBLEY, SAMUEL. 

1871 c. . . Moore. 

72 c. ... Thurso. 

73 R. on t Richmond. 

74 .... Montreal Conf. 



SHIER, RICHARD. 



1869 c. 
70 c. 


North Wakefield 




and Templeton. 


71 R. on t 


Aylwin. 


72 


L'Orignal. 


73 r.f.c.&o Mansonville. 


74 


Montreal Conf. 



SHOREY, EDMUND S. 



1859 r. on t. 


Waterloo — 




Kingston 


60 


Bath. 


61 


Centreville and 




Tamworth 


62 s. v. c . 


Cobourg. 


63 r.f.c.&o Waterloo — 




Kingston 


64 


Rokeby. 


65 


Rokebv. 


66 


Newboro' and 




Bedford 


67 


Newboro'. 


68 


Wallaceburg. 


69 .. 


Amherstburg. 


70 .. .. 


Amherstburg. 


71 


Newbury. 


72 .... 


Newbury. 


73 


Newbury. 


74 


Montreal Conf. 



SHORT, WILLIAM. 



1855 c. 


Brampton. 


56 n. on 


t Wilton. 


57 


. . Centreville and 




Tamworth 


58 


Bath. 


59 K.F.C 


. &i> (iananoque. 


60 


Seymour. 


61 


Seymour. 


62 


Seymour. 


63 


Minden. 


64 .. 


Minden. 


65 .... 


. . . Minden. 


66 


Hastings. 


67 


Hastings. 


68 .... 




69 


Fenella. 


70 


. . . Fenella. 


71 .. 


Fenella. 


72 


Harrowsmith. 


73 


Harrowsmith. 


74 ... 


. . Montreal Conf. 



SHORTT, WM. KEM.M1S, M.A 



1872 r. on t 

73 ORD.. 



Ormstown. 
Ormstown. 



WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



13J> 



SICKLES, ABRAHAM. 



1843 ) R. on t 



to 
46 



ORD. 






47 ^ R. F. C ' 

to V 
51 J 
52 .... 

to [ 

66 J 

67 svp'd 
68^> 

69 [ 

70 J 
711 

72 J- 

73 J 
74 



Muncey. 



Munoey. 

Grand River. 

Mount Elgin 

and Muncey. 
Muncey. 



Muncev. 



Lake of Two 

Mountains. 
London Conf. 



SILVESTER, CHARLES. 

1846 c. . . St. Armand. 

47 R. on T . Stratford and 

Peel, 

.48 . . London Circuit. 

49 Devonshire. 

50 r.f.c. &o Wardsville. 

51 Wardsville. 

52 . . Wardsville. 

53 Goderich. 
54 Goderich. 

55 Elora. 

56 Elora. 

57 f. sec. . Elora. 

58 .. Bradford. 

59 f. sec. Bradford. 

60 . . Collingwood. 

61 Collingwood. 

62 ... Prince Albert. 

63 . . Prince Albert. 

64 Prince Albert. 

65 Canton. 

66 Canton. 

67 Canton. 

68 F. sec. . Baltimore. 

69 f. .sec. . . Baltimore. 

70 f. sec. . . Baltimore. 

71 .... Grimsby. 
72 Grimsby. 

73 Niagara. 

74 ... London Conf. 



SIMPSON, JAMES. 

1870 r.oht. Collfield. 

71 Moulinette. 

72 Richmond. 

73 .... March. 

74 Montreal Conf. 



SING, SAMUEL. 



1867 


c. 




Madoc. 


68 


R. 


on T . 


Shannonville. 


69 




.... 


Brighton. 


70 






Plainville. 


71 


R. 


F. C. & 


Plainville. 


72 






Plainville. 


73 






Madoc. 


74 




... 


Toronto Conf. 



SLATER, JAMES CORNISH. 



1846 r. o« r 



47 .. 

48 .. 

49 .. 

50 R. 
51 
52 
53 

54 .. 
55 
56 

57 .. 
58 
59 

60 f. 

61 f. 

62 f. 
63 

64 .. 

65 .. 

66 F. 

67 .. 

68 .. 
69 

70 .. 

71 . 

72 .. 

73 .. 

74 .. 



Kingston and 
Loughboro' 
. . Peterboro' 

Port Hope. 

Humber. 

F.c. &o Bowmanville. 
.... Bowmanville. 

Norwood. 
Norwood. 

Picton. 

Picton. 

Picton. 

Bowmanville. 

Bowmanville. 

Bowmanville. 

Barrie. 

Barrie. 

Barrie. 

Millbrook. 

Millbrook. 

Millbrook. 
J Whitby and 
/ Oshawa. 

Whitby. 

Pembroke. 

Pembroke. 

Pembroke. 

Smith's Falls. 

Smith's Falls. 

London Conf. 



SEC 
SEC 
SEC 



SEC 



Delegate to First General Con- 
ference, Toronto, 1874. 



SLIGHT, BENJAMIN, M.A. 

1834 k. «t. Amherstburg. 

35 ord.. Amherstburg. 

36 ) 

to > Credit. 

39 \ 

40 Guelph. 

41 Three Rivers. 

42 St. John. 

43 . . . . St. John. 

44 Three Rivers. 

45 Three Rivers. 

46 ) Compton and 

47 .. \ Hatley. 

48 .... Melbourne. 

49 ... Melbourne. 

50 Melbourne. 

51 -j 

to J- Sherbrooke. 

55 j 

56 chmn. Napanee. 

57 Napanee. 

Died January 16th, 1858, aged 
59 years. 

SLIGHT, JOHN. 

1856 c. Napanee. 

57 R. on T. Wilton. 

58 Wilton. 

"59 Odessa. 

60 r.f.c. &o Gananoque. 

61 Gananoque. 

62 Templeton. 

63 Templeton. 

64 Osgoode. 

65 Osgoode. 



1866 

67 .. 


Osgoode. 
Thurso 


68 


Expelled. 


SLOANE 


, JAMES W. 


1858 c. 


Brock. 


59 R. on t 


Gull River. 


60 s. v. c . 


Cobourg. 


61 .... 
62 


Cartwright. 
Hastings Road, 


63 R.F.c.&i 


Hastings Road. 


64 
65 


Hastings Road. 
Roxboro'. 


66 .... 


Roxboro' 


67 .... 


Roxboro' 


68 sup'd. 


Millbrook. 


69 


Hall's Bridge 


70 


Warsaw. 


Died June 2i 


id, 1*71, aged 3.' 


years. 




SMILEY, 


JOHN, M.A. 


1865 r. on t 


Cooks ville. 


66 
67 


Washington. 
Preston. 


68 


Elora. 


69 R.F.C&C 


St. Thomas. 


70 .... 


Lucan and 


71 .... 

72 .... 


Ailsa Craig 
Ailsa Craig. 
Mono 


73 .. 


Mono. 


74 


Toronto Conf. 



A graduate of University < 'ol- 
lege, Toronto— M.A., 1868" 

SMITH, ANDREW A. 



1849 c. 


Millbrook. 


50 P.. 071 T 


Norwood. 


51 .... 


Bradford. 


52 


Glanford. 


53 R.F.C. & 


o Kincardine. 


54 


\ Berlin and 


55 .. 


\ Blenheim. 


' 56 


Mitchell. 


1 57 


Mitchell. 


58 .. .. 


Aylmer, W 


59 


Aylmer, W. 


60 


Vienna. 


61 


Vienna. 


62 .... 


Vienna. 


63 


Sarnia. 


64 


Sarnia. 


i 65 


Sarnia. 


66 


. Brighton. 


67 


. Brighton. 


68 


Brighton. 


69 


Newmarket. 


70 


Newmarket. 


71 .. 


Newmarket. 


72 


. Selby. 


73 .. 


Newburg. 


74 ... 


Montreal ConL. 


SMITH, 


CHARLES. 


1870 c. 


Oil Springs and 




Petrolia, 


71 R. on T. 


Wyoming. 


72 .. 


Cookstown. 


73 .. 


Tilsonburg. 


74 


Toronto Conf. 



140 



MINISTERS AND PROBATIONERS. 



' SMITH, JOHN. 

1865 K. on t ) Dudswell and 

66 ) Bury. 

67 Withdrew. 



SMITH, JOHN TATLER. 



1872 c 

73 k. on t 

74 ... . 



Orangeville. 
Moore. 
London Conf. 



SMITH, JOHN VIPOND. 

1870 c. , . . Sharon and 

Mount Albert. 

71 R. on t. Bond Head. 

72 .... Sarnia. 

73 Drummondville. 

74 London Conf. 



SMITH, NATHANIEL. 

1866 c. . . Grimsby. 

67 k. wit.. Exeter. 

68 ... Aylmer, W. 

69 Kincardine. 

70 r.f.c.&o Trowbridge. 

71 Trowbridge. 

72 Millbank. 

73 ... Millbank. 

74 ...... . Montreal Conf. 



SMITH, PHILANDER. 

1820-1 r Methodist 

to \ stip'd -j Episcopal 

32 j t. Conference. 
33-) 

to >■ . . . . Prescott and 

36 J Augusta. 

37 Removed to U.S. 

and united with the Black River 
Conference. He subsequently re- 
turned to Canada, and was elected 
one of the Bishops of the New 
Methodist Episcopal Church, 
which office he held until his 
death, which took place at Brook - 
lin, Ont., March 29th, 1870. 



SMITH, ROBERT HALL. 

1857 i •. . . Bath. 

58 R. on t. . Devonshire. 

59 Owen Sound. 
HO Bradford. 

61 r.f.c&o Barrie. 

62 Actonvale. 

•53 Actonvale 

64 . Actonvale. 

65 . . Danville. 
66 Danville. 

67 Danville. 

68 ...... : .. . Leeds. 

69 ...... . Leeds. 

70 Leeds. 

71 Sawyerville. 

72 . . Sawyerville. 

73 Innisftl. 

74 Toronto Conf. 



SMITH, WILLIAM. 

1828-| ("Methodist 

to > . . -! Episcopal 

32 J I Conference. 

33 Brockville. 

34 Brockville. 

35 Rem. to U. S. 



SMITH, WILLIAM E. 



1871 c. ... 

72 E. «T. 

73 

74 



Florence. 
Holmesville. 
Scarboro'. 
Toronto Conf. 



SNIDER, SOLOMON 



1835 r. on t. 
36 

37 .... 

38 . 



Matilda. 

Waterloo. 

Sidney. 

Sidney. 
39 . Peterborough. 

40^ 

to >■ Located. 

44j 

45 r. on t . St. Thomas. 

46 r.f.c.&o Norwich. 

47 Norwich. 

48 . . Withdrew, and 
removed to the United States. 



SNOWDEN, THOMAS J. 

1872 b. onr. Muskoka. 
) Huntsville. 
) Coldwater. 
74 .... Toronto Conf. 



SPENCER, HAZLETON A. 

1859 R. on t. . Long Isld. Lcks. 

60 . Smith's Palls. 

61 s. v. c . . Cobourg. 

62 . . Carleton Place. 

^.-H&Har*, 

64 Eaton. 

65 . . . Removed to U.S. 
and united with the Vermont 
Conference of the Methodist Epis- 
copal Church. In 1874 he was 
stationed at Montpelier. 



73 



SPARLING, JOSEPH W., 
M.A., B.D. 

1866 r. on t . . Belmont. 
67 s. v. c Cobourg. 
68 Lloydtown. 

69 tt. v. c. Cobourg. 

70 u. v. c . Cobourg. 

71 R.F.C.&0 Montreal Fifth. 

72 ... Montreal Fifth. 

73 Aylmer, E. 

74 Montreal Conf. 

Delegate to First General Con- 
ference, Toronto, 1874. 

A graduate of Victoria Univer- 
sity— B.A., 1871 ; B.D., 1872; 
M.A., in course, 1874. 



SPARLING, WILLIAM H. 

1864 r. on r Paisley. 

65 Stratford. 

66 .. Removed to U.S. 
and united with the Michigan 
Conference of the Methodist Epis- 
copal Church. In 1874 he was 
stationed at Evart, Big Rapids 
District. 



SPENCER, JAMES, M.A. 

1838 r. on t. . Grimsby. 

39 ... Newmarket. 

40 I Whitby. 

(St. Catharines. 

41 . . . Brantford. 

42 R.F.C.&0 Tutor Vic. Coll. 

43 ... Dundas. 

44 Dundas. 

45 . . Toronto Circuit. 

46 . . Nelson. 

47 . . Nelson. 

48 Nelson. 

49 Guelph. 

50 Guelph. 
51-) 

to >- Editor Christian 

59 J Guardian. 

60 Brampton. 

61 Brampton. 

62 Brampton. 

63 Paris. 

Representative to English Wes- 

leyan Conference, 1860. 

Secretary of Conference, 1863. 

The honorary degree of M.A. 
was conferred upon him by the 
University of Victoria College, 
May, 1863. 

Died October 9th, 1863, aged 
51 years. 

SQUIRE, GEO. H., B.A. 

1865 c . . . . Napanee. 

66 r. on t. Newburg. 

67 .. Wilton. 

68 Wilton. 

69 r.f.c.&o Lachine. 

70 ... New Glasgow. 

71 ... New Glasgow. 

72 New Glasgow. 

73 . . . . . Clarenceville. 

. 74 . . Montreal Conf. 

A graduate of University Col- 
lege, Toronto— B.A. , 1865. 

SQUIRE, WILLIAM. 
1820 r.omt.&o ) 



to 


. } Grenada, W. I. 


23 


. ) 


24 R. F. 0. 


, St. Vincent and 




St. Lucia, W. I. 


25 


Shefford, C. E. 


26 


, Shefford, C. E. 


27 . 


. St. Armand. 



WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



141 



1828 

29 .. .. 

30 ... 
31 

32 . . . . 

33^1 

to }• .. 

36 J 

37 .. 
38 

39 

40 

41 

42 

43 

44 .. 

45 

46 

47 CHMX. 

48 CHMN. 

49 

50 .. 

51 CHAIN. 

52 CHMN. 



St. Armand. 
Quebec. 
. Quebec. 
Montreal. 
Montreal. 

Stanstead. 

St. Armand. 
St. Armand. 
St. Armand. 
Montreal. 
Montreal. 
Montreal . 
Quebec. 
Quebec. 
Quebec. 
Three Rivers. 
Kingston. 
Kingston. 
Toronto West. 
Toronto West 
Montreal West. 
Montreal West. 



Died October 16th, 1852, aged 
56 years. 

SQUIRE, WM. WOOD, 
M.A., M.D. 

1858 ii. onr. Yonge Street. 

59 No Station— ill 

health. 

60 . . St. John's. 

61 .... St. John's. 

62 .... Montreal Centre. 

63 Located— ill 

health. 

A graduate of Queen's Univer- 
sity, Kingston— B.A., 1854 ; M. 
A. in course, 1874 ; also a graduate 
of McGill University, Montreal, 
M.D., 1864. 

Died in 1865, aged 29 years. 

STAFFORD, CHARLES E. 



STARR, JOSEPH HERBERT. 



1864-| 


i Primitive 


to j- 


I Methodist 


70 J 


( Conference 


71 R. F. C 


. . Rockwood. 


72 


Rockwood. 


73 


Holmesville. 


74 ... 


. . London Conf. 



STAFFORD, EZRA ADAMS. 

1860 it. on r. Warwick. 

61 Arkona. 

62 Ingersoll. 

63 s. v. c Cobourg 

64 r.f.c. &o Mooretown. 

65 Mooretown. 

66 Newbury. 

67 Newbury. 

68 Newbury. 

69 F. .sec. . Kingsville. 

70 F. .sec. . Kingsville. 

71 f. sec. Kingsville. 

72 Petrolia. 

73 f. sec. . . Petrolia. 

74 Montreal Conf. 



1851) 
to J- 

56 J 

57 . 
58 
59 

60 f. 

61 F. 

62 f. 

63 f. 

64 f. 

65 F. 

66 f. 

67 f. 

68 f. 

69 f. 

70 f. 
71 
72 
73 
74 



SEC. 
SEC. 
SEC. . 
SEC. 
SEC. . 
SEC. . 
SEC 
SEC. . 
SE( '. . 
SEC. . 
SEC. . 



Eastern 
British 
America. 
(Georgetown. 
Bath. 
Bath. 
Bath. 

( Waterloo- 

i Kingston. 

Grimsby. 

Grimsby. 

Thorold. 

Thorold. 

Thorold. 

St. Thomas. 

St. Thomas. 

St. Thomas. 

Streetsville. 

Streetsville. 

Toronto Conf. 



1854 



STARR, REGINALD H., M.A. 



1864 R. 071 T 

65 

66 

67 



Ingersoll. 
St. Mary's. 
AyJmer, C. W. 
Markham. 



A graduate of Victoria Univer- 
sity— B. A., 1864; Silver Medal- 
ist; M.A., 1867. 

He withdrew irregularly in 
1867 and united witli the Epis- 
copalian Church. 

He now (1879) has charge of a 
congregation in Kincardine, Ont. 

STEER, WILLIAM. 



1834 r. on t. 
35 .... 
36 

37 

38 K.F.C.& 

39 

40 .. . . 

41 

42 

43 

44 

45 

46 .... 

47 

48 ... 

49 

50 .. 
51 

52 ... 

53 .... 

54 sup'd. 
55 

56 | 

to J- sup'd . 

72 J 

73 sup'd . 
74 



Kingston. 

Gananoque. 

Grimsby. 

Murray. 

Murray. 

London. 

London. 

Barrie. 

Barrie. 

Rice Lake. 

Kingston. 

Chin guacousy. 

Chinguacousy. 

Scugog. 

Scugog. 

Brock. 

Rama. 

Rama. 

Erin. 

Mono. 

Mono. 

Three Rivers. 

Cobourg. 

Grafton. 
Toronto Conf. 



STEINHAUR, HENRY, 



1851 R. on t 



53 



1 Oxford House, 
! H. B. T. 



Visiting Eng. 
and Canada. 
55^| k.f.c.&o i 
to \- \ Lac La Biche. 

59 J .... ) 

69^ 
to }■ White Fish Lake. 

72 J 

73 . . Woodville. 

74 Toronto Conf. 



STENN1NG, GEORGE. 



1858 
59 
60 
61 
62 
63 
64 
65 
66 
67 
68 
69 
70 
71 
72 
73 
74 



K.F.C.&O 



Albion. 

Mono. 

Lawrenceville. 

Lawrenceville. 

South Bolton. 

Sutton. 

Frelighsburg. 

Leeds. 

Leeds. 

Leeds. 

Knowlton. 

Knowlton. 

Knowlton. 

CoUfield. 

Clarendon. 

Clarendon. 

Montreal Conf. 



STEPHENSON, WIILLIAM. 



1858 ii. i\ m 
59 ... 
60 


| Waterloo — 

j Kingston. 


61 


. Woodstock. 


62 


Woodstock. 


63 


Simcoe. 


64 


Simcoe. 


65 


Toronto West. 


66 .. 


Toronto West. 


67 


. Toronto East. 


68 


. Toronto East. 


69 


Toronto East. 


70 CHMN. . 


. Ottawa. 


71 CHAIN. 


Ottawa. 


72 


. Ottawa. 


73 


Hamilton — 




Wesley Church 


74 


. London Conf. 



Delegate to the First General 
Conference, Toronto, 1874. 



STEVENSON, JOHN C. 



1870 c 

71 it. on t. 

72 

73 .... 
74 



Kleinburg. 
Cookstown. 
Innisiil. 
Aurora. 
London Conf. 



STEWART, JOHN. 



1862 c. .. 

63 it. on t 

64 .. 
65 

66 s. v. c . 

67 e 
68 



Arran. 
Artemesia. 
George ville. 
Georgeville. 
Cobourff. 



f.c.&o Eaton. 
Eaton. 



142 



MINISTERS AND PROBATIONERS. 



1869 DudswelL 

70 ....... Dudswell. 

71 . . . Leeds. 

72 , .. Leeds. 

73 Leeds. 

74 Montreal Conf. 



STEWART, JOHN HARDY. 

1864 c. Dudswell. 

65 e. wit Clarendon. 

66 . . Clarendon 

67 Alice. 

68 R.F.C.&0 Thorne. 

69 Thome. 

70 ....... Onslow. 

71 ... Onslow. 

72 Onslow. 

73 . . . Elgin. 

74 , Montreal Conf. 



STEWART, SCHUYLER. 



1835 R. on T 
36 



Nelson. 
Located. 



ST1NSON, JOSEPH, D.D. 

1823 R.OMT.&0 Melbourne. 

24 . . . Kingston. 

25 . . .... Melbourne. 

26 ... Melbourne. 

27 k. f. c Montreal. 
.28") 

to }• ... English Conf. 

32 J 

33 ... Kingston. 

34 .... Kingston. 

35 Kingston. 

36 Toronto. 

37 . . Toronto 
38 Toronto. 

39 ) President of the 

40 \ Conference 

41 .. .. Toronto. 
42) 

to V ... , English Conf. 

57 J 

58 

to 

61 

62 . . Ex-President. 

Note. — The honorary degree 
of D. D. was conferred upon him 
l>v Victoria University 1856. 

Died August 26th, 1862, aged 
61 years. 

STINSON, JOSEPH H. 

1858 c Port Hope. 

59 k. wit Albion. 

60 Lindsay. 

61 Prince Albert. 

62 . , St. George. 

63 k.f.c. &o Walsingham. 

64 . ... Robcaygeon. 

65 ...... Lakefield, Mud 

Lake & Warsaw 

66 Warsaw. 

67 Warsaw. 

68 Minden. 



President of 
the Conference. 



1869 
70 
71 
72 
73 

74 



Minden. 
Minden. 
Frankford. 
Frankford. 
Christian and 
Beausoliel Isl'ds 
London Conf. 



STRACHAN, RICHARD. 

1872 c. ... Aniable. 

73 R. on t Walter's Falls. 

74 ... Toronto Conf. 



STOBBS, THOMAS. 

1849 c Chatham. 

50 r. owt. Amherstbiirg. 

51 .... Dundas. 

52 .... Dundas. 

53 s. v. c Cobourg. 

54R.F.C.&0 | London. 
( Bytown. 

55 Innisfil. 

56 Innisfil. 

57 ■.. Innisfil. 

58 ..... Colborne. 

59 ... Colborne. 

60 ... Millbrook. 

61 Millbrook. 

62 ... Millbrook. 

63 Canton. 

64 Canton. 

65 . . Prince Albert. 

66 . . . Prince Albert. 

67 . . . Prince Albert. 

68 . . Pickering. 

69 Pickering. 

70 Pickering. 

71 Berlin. 

72 Berlin. 

73 Drummondville. 

74 ... London Conf. 



STONEHOUSE, JAMES H. 



1864-) 
to ]■ . 

70 J 

71 R. 
72 
73 

74 . 



f Primitive 
-j Methodist 
I Conference. 

f. c . Napier. 
Napier. 
. . . . Sombra and 

Walpole. 
London Conf. 



STONEY, EDMUND. 

1823^1 ( Methodist 

to j- ■■ ] Episcopal 

32 J [ Conference 

33 . Yonge Street 

34 . . Yonge Street. 

35 Toronto Circuit. 

36 . . Toronto Circuit. 

37 ... London. 

38 ... London. 

39 .... Dumfries. 

4-0 Dumfries. 

41 ........ Guelph. 

42-) 

to y sup'd , London. 
62 J 

Died August 8th, 1862, aged 
72 years. 



1855 c. 
56 R. 



OUT 



57 ORD. 
to .. 

63 . 
64 

65 .. 

66 .. 
67 

68 ... 

69 .. 
70 

71 



STRINGFELLOW, CHARLES. 

Point Levi, C.E. 
Point Levi, 3 mo 
Danville, 9 mo. 

1 Oxford House, 
J H. B. T. 

. Norway House. 

Norway House. 
. Norway House. 

Nissouri. 

Nissouri. 

Nissouri. 

Kirkton. 

Kirkton. 
72 Kirkton. 

73 London North. 

74 London Conf. 



STRONG, JOHN BASS. 



1813 
14 
15 
16 

17 



r. oni 



Quebec. 
Quebec. 
Three Rivers. 
Three Rivers. 
Eastern British 
American Conf. 



SUNDAY, JOHN. 

(SHAH-WUN-DAIS.) ■ 

1832) 



33^ 


Missionary to 


34) 


Indians 


35 


Grape Island. 


36 ORD.. 


Rice Lake and 




Grape Island. 


37 


Alderville. 


38 R. F. u 


Alderville. 


39-) 




to [ 


Rice Lake. 


42 J 




43 


) Alderville and 


44 


\ Rice Lake. 


45) 




to £ 


Rice Lake and 


50 ) 


Mud Lake. 


51/ 




to } 


Mount Flgin 
and Muncey. 


55) 


56-i 

to } 


Alnwick. 


66 J 




67) 




to > sup'd . 


Alderville. 


73 




74 


Toronto Conf. 


SUTCLIFFE, INGHAM. 


1831 R. WIT 


London, Eng. 


32 , . 


, St. Armand and 




Missisquoi Bay. 


33 ....... 


Montreal and 




Little York- 


34 


Newfoundland. 




REV. JOHN SUNDAY, 
(SHA-WUN-J)AIS.) 



WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



143 



SUTCLIFFE, WILLIAM. 



1820 11. onr. 
21 
22 .. 



Melbourne. 
Caldwell's Manor 
England. 



SUTHERLAND, ALEX. 



1855 c 


Clinton. 


56 k. on t . . 


Gait and Berlin. 


57 


Berlin. 


58 s. v. c . . 


Cobourg. 


59 R.F.C.&O 


Niagara. 


60 


Niagara. 


61 


Thorold. 


62 .. .. 


Thorold. 


63 .. 


Drummondville. 


64 .... 


Hamilton. 


65 


Hamilton. 


(!6 .. 


Hamilton. 


67 .. 


Yorkville. 


68 


Yorkville. 


69 


Yorkville. 


70 ... 


Toronto Second. 


71 


Toronto Second. 


72 


Toronto Second. 


73 


Montreal First. 


74 


Toronto Conf. 


Secretary of Conference in 1870 


and 1871. 




Delegate to First General Con- 


fence, Toronto, 


1874. 



SUTHERLAND, DONALD. 



1856 
57 
58 
59 

60 
61 
62 
63 
64 
65 
66 



c 

R. on T . 



R. F. c. k o 



Percy. 
Hungerford. 
Shannonville. 
Westineath and 
Pembroke. 
East Bolton. 
East Bolton. 
Knowlton. 
Knowlton. 
Knowlton. 
Frelighsburg. 
Rem. to U. S. 



Died January 25th, 1868, aged 
■i'2 years. 



SUTHERLAND, DONALD G., 


1857 




Fingal. 


M.A. 


58 




. Elora. 


1864 R. out. 
65 
66 


Milton. 

Oakville. 

Oakville. 


59 
60 
61 




. Elora. 
Elora. 
Lloydtown. 


67 

68 R.F.C.&O 

69 . . 

70 


Dundas. 
Brampton. 
Brampton. 
Kingston. 


62 
63 
64 
65 
66^ 




Lloydtown. 

Cookstown. 

. Cookstown. 

Cookstown. 


71 

72 


Kingston. 
Gananoque. 


67 
68 
69 
70 


- sup'd . 


Cookstown. 


73 F. SEC. . 

74 .. 


Gananoque. 
London Conf. 




Drayton. 
Drayton. 


A Graduate 


of Victoria Uni- 


71 




Drayton. 


versity — B. A 


., 1859 ; M. A., 


72 




. Georgetown. 


1867. 




73 





. Georgetown. 






74 





London Conf. 


SUTTON, 


WILLIAM. 






• 


1855 c 

56 R. F. c. 


Cainsville. 
Cainsville. 


SWEET, 


EDMUND E. 


57 


Orange ville. 


1855 


c. . . 


. Huntingdon. 


58 


Orangeville. 


56 


R. on T 


St. Andrews. 


59 


St. Vincent. 


57 




St. Andrews. 


60 ... 

61 ) 

to [ .. 

63 J 

64 . . 

65 .... 


Teeswater. 


58 




Aylmer, E. 


Located. 


59 
60 


R. F. V. & 


(i L'Orignal. 
L'Orignal. 


Denbigh. 
Denbigh. 


61 
62 
63 




Osgoode. 
Osgoode. 
Osgoode. 


66 . . 


Denbigh. 


64 


F. SEC 


Bell's Corners. 


67 


Maynooth. 


65 




East Bolton. 


68 


Maynooth. 


66 




East Bolton. 


69 . . 


Maynooth. 


67 




East Bolton. 


70 


Coboconk. 


68 




Eaton. 


71 


Coboconk. 


69 




Eaton. 


72 


Coboconk. 


70 




. Eaton. 


73 


Manitoulin Isld. 


71 




Three Rivers. 


74 


Toronto Conf. 


72 




. Three Rivers. 






73 


sup'd. 


Hamilton. 






74 




London Conf. 


SWANN, 


MATTHEW. 








1850 c. 


Peel. 








51 C. 


Peel. 




SYVRET. JOHN. 


52 R.OMT.&O 


Norwich. 








53 


Norwich. 


1871 


R. on t 


Knowlton, Feb.. 


54 n. f. c 


Walsingham. 


72 




Sweetsburg, Fch. 


55 


Walsingham. 


73 


ORD. . 


Roxton, French. 


56 ... 


Fingal. 


74 




. Montreal Conf. 



T. 



TAGGART, CHARLES. 



1843 
44 
45 
46 
47 



c. . . 
R. on t . 



Richmond. 
L'Orignal. 
Mississippi. 
St. Andrews. 
Osgoode. 



R. F. r. & o 

48 Osgoode. 

49 Wilton. 

50 ... Wilton. 

51 ... Waterloo. 

52 . . Waterloo. 



j 1853 

; 54 

! 55 
56 
57 
58 
59 
60 
61 
62 
63 



Consecon. 


1864 


Consecon. 


65 


Colborne. 


66 


Colborne. 


67 


Colborne. 


68 


Stouffville. 


69 


Stouffville. 


70 


Centreville and 


71 


Tarn worth. 


72 


Farmersville. 


73 


Farmersville. 


74 



Merrick ville. 

Merrickville. 

Merrickville. 

North Gower. 

North Gower. 

North Gower. 

Stirling 

Stirling. 

Stirling. 

Ameliasburg. 

Toronto Conf. 



144 



MINISTERS AND PROBATIONERS. 



TALLMAN, ISAAC B. 

1857 R. on t. Glanford. 

58 ...... Melbourne. 

59 okd ) 

to > Gaspe. 

62 ... . ) 

63 Arran. 

64 . . Arran. 

65 Caistorville. 

66 Gaspe. 

67 Gaspe 

68 Gaspe. 

69 Hullsville. 

70 Hullsville. 

. 71 Bayfield. 

72 .. Bayfield. 

73 . . . Rem. to U. S., 

and united with the Michigan 
Conference of the Methodist Epis- 
copal Church. In 1874 he was 
stationed at Coloma, on the Niles 
District. 

TAYLOR, ANDREW 



179ti 


R. on T. 


| 


to 




\ Irish Conf. 


1834 






351 


>> 


f Brockville. 


36 
37 

38 


S 

r * ■ 


Cobourg. 
Cobourg. 
Toronto. 


39 


Toronto. 


40. 


g 


.Newmarket. 



Died April, 1841, aged 66 years 



TAYLOR, EDWARD H. 

1868 u. . . . Exeter. 

69 r. on t Kirkton. 

70 , Milton. 

71 .... Cainsville. 

72 Cainsville. 

73 r.f.c. &o Winchester. 

74 -. Montreal Conf. 



TAYLOR, ERNEST M., B.A. 

1873 r. on T. . Classical Tutor 
Theol. College, 
Montreal. 
74 Montreal Conf. 



TAYLOR, JAMES. 

1851 c. . . Chatham. 

52 r. wit London Circuit. 

53 , Bradford. 

54 s. v. c , . Coobourg. 

Died 1854, aged 28 years. 



TAYLOR, LACHL1N, D.D. 

1839 c Buckingham. 

40 u. out Richmond. 

41 . .... Prescott. 

42 Toronto. 

43 i:.f.c.&o Hamilton. 

44 ........ Brockville. 

45 Kingston. 



1846 .,....,, Bytown. 

47 . ... St. Catharines. 

48 ...... Montreal. 

49 Three Rivers. 

50 sup'y . . Cobourg. 

51^ r Toronto, Agent 

to [ . . . . -{ for U. C. Bible 
59 J I Society. 

60 ") f Hamilton, Agent 

to \ \ for U. C. B. S. & 

64J I B. &F. B. S. 

65^ 
to j- Missionary 

73 J * Secretary. 

74 Toronto Conf. 

Co-Delegate of the Conference 
in 1868. 

The honorary degree of D.D. 
was conferred upon him by the 
, U.S., in 1865. 



TAYLOR, WILLIAM. 

1862 r. out. Georgetown. 

63 . Norwich. 

64 St. George. 

65 ... Bayham. 

66 R.F/C.&o Bayham. 

67 Woodstock. 

68 . Port Rowan. 

69 -. . . . Wyoming. 
70 Wyoming. 

71 Edwardsburg. 

72 ... Edwardsburg. 

73 Avonmore. 

74 . . . Montreal Conf. 



TEESON, SAMUEL. 

1858 c, . . Clarendon. 

59 r. on t Sutton. 

60 Eaton. 

61 . . New Ireland. 

62 r.f.c.&o Lanark. 

63 ... Lanark. 

64 Lanark. 

65 . . Riceville 

66 Aylwin. 

67 Aylwin. 

68 . . Aylwin. 

69 ) 

70 \ ..- North Wakefield. 
71 J 

72 ... Osgoode. 

73 . Osgoode. 

74 .... Montreal Conf. 



TENNANT, ELISHA. 

1863 c. . . . Elgin. 
64 r. on t . . Merrickville. 
65 Farmersville. 

66 .. ... Matilda. 

67 R.f.c.&o Consecon. 
68 Florence. 



69 ... 

70 ... 

71 ... 

72 . 


Saugeen. 

Saugean. 
, Saugeen 
. New Credit. 


73 ... 


New Credit. 


74 .... 


. . London Conf. 



TESKEY, EBENEZER. 



1861 


r. on T 


Mooretown . 


62 


- . ... 


Mooretown. 


63 


S. V. c . 


Cobourg. 


64 


S. V. c . . 


Cobourg. 


65 


R.F.C.&C 


Nor. Sherbrooke 


66 




Perth. 


67 




Shawbridge. 


68 




Shawbridge. 


69 




Napier. 


70 




Napier. 


71 




Wyoming. 


72 




Wyoming. 


73 




Wyoming. 


74 




London Conf. 




TETRON, HENRI. 


1857 


c . . 


Quebec, F.M. 


58 


r. on T. 


Quebec, F.M. 


59 




Quebec, ¥ M. 


60 




Dropped. 



THIBADEAU, ALEXANDER. 

1870 c. ... Keppel. 

71 R. onr Thornbury. 

72 .. .. Thornbury. 
73 Paisley. 

74 . Toronto Conf. 



THOMPSON, CHRISTOPHER 
L. 



1870 r. on t 

71 ... .. 

72 ORD 

73 

74 .... 



Kennebec. 
Newburg. 
Newcastle.' 
Victoria and 

Saanich, V.I. 
Victoria and 

Saanich, V.l. 
Toronto Conf. 



THOMPSON, DANIEL 
WELLWOOD. 

1868 v. Wingham. 

69 R. on T Howick. 

70 .. Listowel. 

71 ... Washington. 

72 s. v. c . Cobourg. 

73 R.F.C. &o Harmony. 

74 London Conf. 



THOMPSON, DAVID. 

1864 r. wit. Wesleyville. 

65 ... Manningville. 

66 .... Located — ill 

health. 

Died Jan. 23rd, 1867, aged 25 
years. 

THOMPSON, JAMES. 

1854 c. . . . Storrington. 

55 R. <wi t . . Storrington. 

56 Bradford. 

57 s. v. c. Cobourg. 

58 s. v. c - . Cobourg. 

59 r.f.c.&o Napanee. 



WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



145 



1860 Brewer's Mills. 


TOMBLIN 


WILLIAM. 


TOTTEN, JOHN W 


61 . . Brewer's Mills. 
62 Brewer's Mills. 

63 Oil Springs. 

64 . . . Oil Springs. 

65 ... Milford. 

66 Milford. 

67 Ameliasburg. 

68 .... Ameliasburg. 

69 Ameliasburg. 


1853 o. 
54 r. on t . 
55 
56 

57 r.f.c.&o 


Dunnville. 
Port Hope. 
Picton. 
Brighton. 
Richmond. 


1865 r. wit. Muskoka. 

66 . . Penetanguishene 

67 Sharon and 

Mount Albert. 

68 s. v. o Cobourg 


58 .. 
59 

60 F. SEC. . 


Richmond. 
Richmond. 
Westmeath. 


69 r.f.c.&o Edwardsburg. 

70 ... Edwardsburg. 

71 . . . . Angus. 


70) 

71' > sup'd . Napanee. 
72 ) 


61 F. SEC. 


Westmeath. 


72 Angus. 


62 F. SEC 

63 F. SEC. . 


Westmeath. 
Pembroke. 


73 f. sec Angus. 

74 Toronto Conf. 


61 V. SEC. . 


Pembroke. 




Died April 19th, 1873, aged 43 
years. 


65 F. SEC. 

66 F. SEC. 


Pembroke. 
Westmeath. 


TOVELL, ISAAC. 





67 F. SEC 


Westmeath. 


1868 c Millbank. 




68 F. SF.C 


Westmeath. 


69 r. on r. Berlin. 


THOMPSON, ROBERT. 


69 ) 




70 .... Georgetown. 

71 s. v. c Cobourg. 

72 s. v. c Cobourg. 




70 F. SEC 


Pakenham and 


1857 c. ■ • . Arteiiiesia. 


71 \ 


Arnprior. 


58 R. om St. Vincent. 


72 


Hridgewater. 


73 K.F.f.&o Toronto, Elm-St 


59 . . . Ainleyville. 


73 


Bridge water. 


74 . . . . Toronto Conf. 


60 s. v. c. Cobourg. 


74 .. 


Toronto Conf. 




61 s. v. c. Cobourg. 









62 r.f.c. &o Penetanguishene 

63 . Penetanguishene 


TOMKINS, JOHN. 


TOWNLEY, ADAM. 


- 64 sup'd Mono. 


1827] 
to j- 




1833 c. Canada East. 




Newfoundland. 


34 c. ... Dunham. 


Died March 16th, 1865, aged 


32 J 




35 R. o»rr. Brantford. 


30 years. 


33 


Cuebec 


36 ... . . Cobourg. 





34 


Quebec. 


37 . Yonge Street. 




35 ... 


St Armand. 


38 r.f.c.&o Yonge Street. 


THORNELOE, JAMES. 


36 


Odelltown. 


39 . . London. 




37 


Odelltown. 


40 ... Withdrew and 


1857 c. . . . Granby. 


38 


Shefford. 


united with the Episcopalian 


58 R. out, Granby. 


39 


Shefford. 


Church. He is now (1880) super- 


59 Granby. 


40 


Shefford. 


annuated and residing in Paris, 


60 Farnham. 


41 


Compton. 


Ontario. 


61 r.f.c.&o Farnham. 


42 


Compton. 

Compton. 
Odelltown. 





62 Farnham. 

63 . . Georgeville. 


43 

44 


TOYE, REUBEN E. 


64 . . Georgeville. 


45 .. 


Odelltown. 


1868] (-Primitive 
to [ . . . { Methodist 


65 Expelled. 


46 


Odelltown. 




47/ 




72 J I Conference. 





to \ 
50) 
51 


Dunham. 


73 k. f. c. McKellar. 






74 Toronto Conf. 


THORNTON, JAMES. 






1858 c PxM.riii-ook 


to - 


Stanstead. 




59 R. out. St. Clair. ; 

60 ....': Napier, 

62 . . Located. 


54 ) 

•" 1- - y : 2 ' 

58 | -jn 


' Clarenceville. 
Clarenceville. 
Clarenceville. 
Dunham. 


TOZ ELAND, JOHN. 

1868 c. Cataraqui. 

69 R. un t M:uvh. 

70 Richmond. 




59 J $ 


^Dunham. 


71 L'Orignal. 




60 ... 


Dunham. 


72 ) rfc&o \ Flinton and Ad- 


THURSTON, JOHN. 


61 F. SFC 

62 F. sue . . 


Shefford. 
Shefford. 


73 ) ( dington Road. 

74 London Conf. 


1858 c 


63 CHMN. 


Stanstead. 




59 r. on T Eaton. 
60 Oakville. 


64 
65 ... 


Stanstead. 
Stanstead. 


TUCKER, RICHARD LYLE. 


61 s. v. c Cobourg. 


*u 


Hatley. 


1856 r. p. ii... Strathroy. 


62 Eaton. 


67 > CHUN. 


Hatley. 


57 Strathroy. 


63 r.f.c.&o Bury. 


68) 


Hatley. 


58 . . Georgetown. 


64 . . Located — ill 


69 ) 




59 ... Georgetown. 


health. 


to > sup'd . 


Stanstead. 


60 Georgetown. 





73 ) 




61 ... Berlin. 




74 .... 


Montreal Conf. 


62 . . Berlin. 


TIMBERLAKE, WILLIAM. 







63 ... Berlin. 


1871 o. . . . Shefford. 


! TORRANCI 


], WILLIAM. 


64 Peel. 

65 ... Peel. 


72 r. onT. Shefford. 


1872 c. .. 


Sutton, W. 


66 Orange ville. 


73 . . Shefford. 


73 r. on t. 


Sutton, W. 


67 Orangeville. 


74 Montreal Conf. 


74 


Toronto Conf. 


68 Orangeville. 



146 



MINISTERS AND PROBATIONERS. 



1869 | ( Bath and Am- 


1844 .'. Elizabethtown. 


TURNER, THOMAS. 


70 \ J herst Isle. 


45 . . Buckingham. 


1822 ) 

23 ( English Conf. 

24 ) 


71 Point Abino. 

72 Point Abino. 


46 .... Buckingham. 

47 Withdrew. 


73 Point Abino. 

74 London Conf. 


Note. — He united with the 


Methodist Episcopal Church of 


26 R. F. c Barnston. 





Canada, and continued to labour 


27 ... Shefford. 


TUCKER, SAMUEL. 


effectively until the Conference 
of 1863, when he was superan- 


28 ... - Shefford. 

29 Kingston. 


1855 k. on T. Bowman ville. 


uated. He died August 25th, 


30 ... Kingston. 


56 Port Hope. 


1864, aged 69 years. 


31 St Armand.- 


1?' ] " - / Sandwich and 


TUPPER, REUBEN E. 


32 St. Clair. 

33 . . St. Clair. 

o , ( Toronto, 4 mo. 
6i ■■■■ | Shefford, 8 mo. 


60 London Circuit. 


1836 c ... Perth. 

37 "^ 

„a 1 I Located — ill 

™j •••} health. 


61 London Circuit. 


35 Shefford. 


62 Belmont. 


36 .. Shefford. 


63 Belmont. 


37 .... Stanstead. 


64 Belmont. 


38 ... Stanstead. 


65 .... Exeter. 


40 c Mississippi. 


39 ... Stanstead. 


66 ... Exeter. 

67 Nottawasaga 


41 r on t \ Mississi PPi- 

41 r. out. | Elizabethtown> 

42 . . . St. Catharines. 

43 r.f.c. &o Brantford. 

44 . . Grimsby. 

45 Grimsby. 

46 .. Stamford. 

47 .. Stamford. 


40 . . Odelltown. 

41 . . . Rem. to England, 


and Angus. 

68 Nottawasaga. 

69 f. sec Stayner. 

70 f. sec . Parry Sound. 

71 f. sec . Parry Sound. 

72 f. sec Parry Sound. 


and was stationed by the Eng- 
lish Conference. He died in 1860. 

TURNER, WM. THOMAS. 


73 . Washington. 


48 Chippewa. 


1868 c. . . Howick. 


74 London Conf. 


49 . . Chippewa. 


69 n.om. Wingham. 




50 Chippewa. 


70 . . Kincardine. 





51 ... Bradford. 


71 Kincardine. 


TUCKER, WILLIAM. 


52 .. Bradford. 


72 ... Sandwich. 




53 Brampton. 


73 r.f.c &o Tilbury. 


1861 - |2» 


55"i 


74 London Conf. 


62 R. on t Belmont. 


to ]■ sup'd . Welland. 





63 McGillivray. 
64 Aylmer, C. W. 


61 J 

62 Point Abino 


TURVER, CHARLES. 


65 k.f.c. &o Lucknow. 


63 . . Point Abino. 


1844 r. on t. Kingston and 


66 ... Lucknow. 


64 . . Point Abino. 


Loughboro' 


67 . . , Lucknow. 


65 Glanford. 


45 ) ( Warwick and 


68 Trowbridge. 


C Glanford. 


46 \ \ Adelaide. 


69 Trowbridge. 


66 Mount Elgin In- 


47 ... Consecon. 


70 . . Osprey. 


L dustrial School. 


48 r.f.c &o Peterboro' 


71 . . . Osprey. 

72 Walter's Falls. 

73 ... Walter's Falls. " 


^1 l Mount Elgin In- 
70 J " " ( dustrial School. 


49 . . . Millbrook. 

50 Millbrook. 

51 Brighton. 


74 Toronto Conf. 


71 1 


52 sup'y Brighton. 





72 y sup'd. London. 


53 ... Gananoque. 


TUCKLEY, HENRY. 


73J 

74 ... London Conf. 


54 Gananoque. 

55 Gananoque. 


1869 c . . . Oil Springs and 




56 ... Cookstown. 


Petrolia. 




57 Cookstown. 


70 R. on t London, Nor. St. 


TURNER, JAMES. 


58 ... Cookstown. 


71 Expelled. 

TUKE, JOHN. 


1870 c. . . . Kirkton. 

71 e. on t Kirkton. 

72 . . Nissouri. 

73 okd . . New Westmin- 


59 London Circuit. 

60 ... Brighton. 

61 Brighton. 

62 Brighton. 

63 . Orillia. 


18171 f Methodist 


ster, B. C. 


64 . . . Orillia. 


18 J- ' • < Episcopal 

19 J I Conference. 


74 ... Toronto Conf. 


65 f. sec. Orillia. 





66 f. sec. Collingwood. 


20 ■) 

to )■ Located. 


TURNER, JOHN. 


67 f. sec Collingwood. 

68 F. sec . . Collingwood. 


4<iJ 


1871 c. ... Meaford. 


69^ 


41 ... . Cornwall. 


72 R.otiT. Paisley. 


to [• sup'd . Davenport and 


42 . . Pembroke. 




73 J Seaton. 


43 . . Pembroke. 


74 London Conf. 


74 .... Toronto Conf. 



WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



147 



Y. 



VAN CAMP, 


ALBERT JAS. 


VANDUSEN, CONRAD. 


1858 CHMN. 


Owen Sound. 




. 






59 sup'd 


Georgetown. 


1864 R. on T. 


Brock. 


1829^1 


( Methodist 


60 sup'd 


Georgetown. 


65 


Durham, W. 


to \ . . 


< Episcopal 


61 sup'd... 


Whitby. 


66) 




32 J 


( Conference. 


62 


. Hullsville. 


to \ 


United States. 


33 E.F.C.& 


o Dumfries. 


63 


Visiting U. S. 
Wardsville. 


n) 




34 .. 


Dumfries. 


64 


73 


Elora. 


35 


Westminster. 


65 


. Wardsville and 


74 


London Conf. 


36 


St. Thomas. 




Eupheniia. 






37 


Gosfield and 


66 ) 








Amherstburg. 


67 j SUP D 


Toronto East. 






38 


Bay Quinte. 


68 




VANDERBURG, LEVI. 


39 

40 


Bay Quinte. 
Bath and Isle 


fl9 BUPD 

70 


Whitby. 
Aylmer, Que. 


1854 c. 


Metcalfe. 




of Tanti. 


71 . 


Aylmer, Que. 


55 R. on t 


Bridgenorth. 


41 T 




72 ) 

73 JSUVD 




56 s. v. c 


Cobourg. 


42 \ ... 

43 J 


Waterloo — 


Whitby. 


57 s. v. c . 


Cobourg. 


Kingston. 


74 


Toronto Conf. 


58 s. v. c . 
59 


Cobourg. 
Chatts. 


44 

45 


Hallowell. 
. Hallowell. 


Secretary of Conference 1874. 


60 f.r.c. &o Carp. 


46 


Brockville. 






61 


Bell's Corners. 


47 - 


Brockville. 






62 


Bell's Corners. 


48 


Gananoque. 


VAN NORMAN. DANIEL C. 


63 


Bell's Corners. 


49^1 


( Treasurer 
\ Victoria 




M.A. 


64 .... 


St. Andrew's. 


50 \ ... 






65 .... 


La Chute. 


51 J 


I. College. 


1840^ R. oni 


Prof. Mathe- 


66 

67 


. Cavignal. 
Expelled. 


52 

53 OHMN 

54 CHMN 


1 Newash and 
J Colpoy's Bay. 


to \ 

44 J 

45 ) R.F.C. 


matics, Vic- 
toria College. 
&o Principal Bur- 






55 CHMN. 


Newash. 


to } 


lington Ladies' 







56 CHMN. 


Newash. 


51 i 


Acad'y, Ham. 






57 CHMN. 


Newash. 


52 


Rem. to N. Y. 



w. 



WADDELL, ROBERT H. 



1863 R. onT 
64 ... 
65 
66 



Florence. 
Mooretown. 
Invermay. 
Thorold. 



67 R.F.C.&0 Thorold. 



68 
69 
70 
71 

72 
73 

74 



Kemptville. 
Kemptville. 
Kemptville. 
Beamsville. 
Beamsville. 
Beamsville. 
London Conf. 



WAITE, JOSEPH. 

1873 R. otot. Albion. 
74 Toronto Conf. 

WAKEFIELD, JOHN. 

1852 c. , Blenheim and 

Stratford. 
53 K.«T. Cobourg, S.V.C. 



1854 

55 .. 

56 R.FC&O 

57 

58 

59 

60 

61 

62 . . . 

63 

64 ... 

65 .. 

66 ... 
67 

68 .... 

69 

70 CHMX. 

71 
72 
73 
74 .... 



Ingersoll. 

Woodstock. 

Aylmer. 

Walsingham. 

Niagara. 

Niagara. 

Welland: 

Drummondville. 

Drummondville. 

Drummondville. 

Thorold. 

Thorold. 

Thorold. 

Grimsby. 

Grimsby. 

Simcoe. 

Simcoe. 

Sherbrooke. 

Sherbrooke. 

Aylmer E. 

St. Mary's. 

London Conf. 



WALDRON, SOLOMON. 



Delegate to the First General 
I Conference, Toronto, 1874. 



182n 

to y 

32 J 

33 .. 

34 .. 
35^| 

to y 

40 J 

41 

42 

43 

44 

45 

46 

47 

48 . 

49 

50 

51 

52 - 

53 . 
54 
to 
57 



Methodist 
Episcopal 
Conference. 
Whitby. 
Whitby. 

Muncey. 

St. Thomas. 

St. Thomas. 

Gosfield. 

Gosfield. 

Muncey. 

Muncey. 

Wardsville. 

Walsingham. 

Cainsville. 

Cainsville. 

Elora. 

Elora. 

Nanticoke. 

St. Clair. 



148 



MINISTERS AND PROBATIONERS. 



1868 1 

to )■ .:.. 

6lJ 

62 sup'd. 

63 sup'd. 

64 sup'd. 

65 sup'd. 
sup'd. . 
sup'd. . 

68 sup'd. 

69 sup'd. 

70 sup'd . . 

71 sup'd. .. 

72 sup'd . . 

73 sup'd . . 
74 



66 
67 



. Walpole Island. 

Moore town. 

Moore town. 

Bowmanville. 

Bowmanville. 

Mooretown. 

Mooretown. 

Walpole Island. 

Mooretown. 

Sarnia. 

Sarnia. 

Sarnia. 

Sarnia. 

London Conf. 



WALKER, THOMAS H. 

1859 c. Smith's Falls. 

60 R.onT.. Acton vale. 

61 , Matilda. 

62 Kemptville. 

63 s. v. c. Cobourg. 

64 r.f.c. &o Alice. 

65 Westmeath. 

66 . . . Renfrew. 

67 .... Renfrew. 

68 . . Renfrew. 

69 Portage-du-Fort. 

70 . . . . Portage-du-Fort. 

71 , Lynedoch. 

72 sup'd. . , Woodstock. 

73 sup'd. Woodstock. 

74 Rem. to U. S. 



WALKER, WILLIAM E. 

1857 e. ... Percy. 

58 E. om . Newcastle. 

59 . . .. Toronto East. 
60 Toronto East. 

61 r.f.c.&o Port Stanley. 

62 ...... .. Port Stanley. 

63 ..... Fingal. 

64 . . , Fingal. 

65 . . . . Withdrew and 
united with the Episcopalian 
Church. 



WALSH, WILLIAM. 



1869 c 

70 R. 011 T. 

71 s. v. c. . 

72 s. v. c. . 

73 .. 

74 



Pickering. 
Pickering. 
Cobourg. 
Cobourg. 
Visiting Ireland. 
London Conf. 



1863 ..'.. Stirling. 

64 , . Stirling. 

65 Stirling. 

66 Consecon. 

67 . . . Consecon. 

68 . . Consecon. 

69 ... Sidney. 

70 Sidney. 

71 Sidney. 

72 .... Pakenham. 

73 ... Pakenham. 

74 Montreal Conf. 



WALTON, JOHN (B). 

1870 r. out. Franklin Centre. 
Shawbridge. 
Dawn Mills. 
High Bluff. 



71 
72 
73 
74 



Toronto Conf. 



WARD, EDWARD A. 

1854 c. Humber. 

55 c. . . Humber. 

56 rojit&o Percy and 

Seymour^ 

57 Percy. 

58 . . Wesleyville. 

59 r. f. c. Wesleyville. 

60 Huntingdon. 

61 Huntingdon. 

62 . . Huntingdon. 

63 Wilton and 

Odessa. 
64) 

65 > ... Waterloo — 

66 ) Kingston. 

67 Sidney. 

68 . . Sidney. 

69 ...... North Augusta. 

70 Maitland. 

71 ...: Maitland. 

72 . . . Winchester. 

73 . . Winchester. 

74 . . Montreal Conf. 



WARD, JAMES. 



1835 r. om. 

36 .. 

37 ... 



Gosfield. 
Howard. 
Rem. to U. S. 



WALTON, JOHN. 

1855 c. Glanford. 

56 Ill health— no 

work. 
57 R. on t Hatley. 

58 Hatley. 

59 Hatley. 

60 r.f.c.&o Granby. 

61 Granby. 

62 Granby. 



WARD, JOSEPH. 

1873 r.mt. Merrickville. 
74 . . . Montreal Conf. 



WARE, FRANCIS WILLIAM. 

1859 c. . . Norwich. 

60 r. on t Aylmer W. 

61 Mount Pleasant. 

62 . Yonge St. North. 

63 r.f.c.&o Walsingham. 
64 Walsingham. 

65 . . Port Dover. 

66 sup'y. Port Dover. 



1867 sup'y Port Dover. 

68 . ... Rem. to U.S. and 
united with the New York Con- 
ference. In 1879 he was trans- 
ferred to the Nebraska Confer- 
ence. 



R.F.C. 



WARNER, LEWIS. 

( Methodist 
\ Episcopal 

I Conference. 

Rideau. 
o Nelson. 

Waterloo — K'n. 
. Elizabethtown. 

Waterloo and 
Gananoque. 
. Sidney. 

Sidney. 

Hallowell. 

Hallowell. 

Stamford. 
. Stamford. 
. Hamilton. 
. Hamilton. 

St. Catharines. 
. Yonge Street. 

Yonge Street. 

Yonge Street. 

Barrie. 

Barrie. 

Barrie. 
' Guelph. 

Guelph. 

Guelph. 

Gait and Berlin. 
. Agent Vic. "Col. 

Port Hope. 

Port Hope. 

Whitby. 

Whitby. 

Whitby. 

Chatham. 

Ingersoll. 

Ingersoll. 

Ingersoll. 

St. Thomas. 

St. Thomas. 

Thorold. 

Thorold. 

Brighton. 

Brighton. 

Hamilton. 

Toronto Conf. 



1831 
32 

33 
34 
35 
36 
37 



38 

39 ... 

40 ... 
41 
42 

43 ... . 

44 . . . 

45 

46 
47 
48 

49 ... 

50 CHMN 

51 CHMN 

52 CHMN, 

53^| £ 



54 
55 
56 

57 J 

58 . . 

59 CHMN. 

60 

61 

62 F. SEC 

63 CHMN, 

64 ... 

65 CHMN 

66 CHMN. 

67 CHMN.. 

68 ... 

69 .. 

70 .... 

71 sup'd 

72 sup'd 

73 sup'd. 

74 



WASHINGTON, EDWIN S., 
B.A. 

1869 R. out. Baltimore. 

70 Whitby. 

71 ... Markham. 

A graduate of Victoria Univer- 
sity— B.A. , 1869. 

He was killed by the accidental 
discharge of a gun, July 2nd. 
1872, aged 26 years. 

WASHINGTON, GEORGE. 

1819 ) ( Primitive 

to > . . { Methodists, 



WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



149 



1848 c. 


. Dunnville. 


1873 R.F.C.& 


o Denbigh and 


1869 


Wardsville. 


49 c. 


Nelson. 




Abinger. 


70 .. 


Muskoka. 


50 c. ... 


Nelson. 


74 


Toronto Conf. 


71 .... 


. . Muskoka. 


51 c. 


Nelson. 


A graduate of Victoria Univer- 


72 .... 




52 c. 


Georgetown. 


sity— B.A., 1869 : M. A.. 1873. 


73 ... 


Chatsworth. 


53 c. ... 


Georgetown. 






74 


Toronto Conf. 


54 c 


Albion. 











55 c. 

56 c. ... 


. Albion. 
Albion. 


WATSON, 


COVERDALE. 










WEBSTER. JOHN (B). 


57 K. F. c 


Wallace. 


1869 r. on t. 


Teeswater. 






58 sup'y. 


Albion. 


70 


. Londesboro' and 


1872 r. om. Windsor Mills. 


59 sup'y. 


Milton. 




Holmesville. 


73 


Lyn. 


60) 




71 ... 


. Mitchell. 


74 


Montreal Conf. 


to > sup'y 


Oakville. 


72 s. v. c. 


Cobourg. 







73) 




73 


Hamilton 2nd. 






74 


. London Conf. \ 


74 


Toronto Conf. 


WELDON, ISAAC. 











1861 r. 01 


t . . Norwood. 


WASHINGTON, GEO , M.A. 


WATSON, JOHN. 


62 

63 .. 


Omemee. 
. . Omemee. 


, _ „_ t R 071T. 


) ry , 


1833 K.oiiT. 


Long Point. 


64 s. v. 


( ' . . Cobourg. 


1858 \vv c. 


[ Uobourg. 


34 


Ancaster. 


65 R.F.I 


:. & u Hastings and 


59 u. v. c. 


Cobourg. 


Died Aug. 


•24th, 1834, aged 26 




Seymour. 


60 


Tutor Vic. Col. 


years. 




66 


Oampbellford. 


61 


No Station. 




67 .. 


Campbellford. 


62 .... 


Westmeath. 






68 


Milford. 


63 E.F.C.& 


o Westmeath. 


WATSON, WM. .CROSSLEY. 


69 


Milford. 


* 64 


. Westmeath. 




M.A. 


70 


Milford. 


65 


Eaton. 






71 


Trenton. 


66 


Eaton 


1860 c. 


Mono. 


72 .... 


Trenton. 


67 


Eaton 


61 R. Oil T. 


. Albion. 


73 .. 


Trenton. 


68 


. Melbourne. 


62 v. v. c 


Cobourg. 


74 ... 


Toronto Conf. 


69 F. SEC 


Melbourne. 


63 


Perth. 






70 F. SEC . 


. Melbourne. 


64 R.F.C & 


o Norwich. 






71 F. SBC 


Danville. 


65 


( St. George. 


WELLWOOD, ROBERT G. 


72 F. SEC . 

73 F. SEC . 

74 


. Danville. 
. Danville. 
Toronto Conf. 


66 

67 


( Bayham. 
Norfolk. 
. Waterford. 


1872 R. mil. Albion. 
73 Kleinburg. 






68 


Oxford Centre. 


74 .... 


JLocated. 


A graduate of Victoria Univer- 


69 .... 


Oxford Centre. 






sity— B. A, 1860 ; M.A., 1871. 


70 


. Oxford Centre. 










71 


Vienna. 


WERDEN, JAMES ELIAS. 






72 .. 


Vienna. 






WASHINGTON, WM. C, M.A. 


73 

74 ... 


Dawn Mills. 
London Conf. 


1871 C. Fickenng. 
72 R. out.. Wilton. 


1861 J R - 0aT - 
( u. V. (J. 


> Cobourg. 


A graduate 


of Victoria Univer- 


73 .. 

74 ... 


Kennebec. 
.... Montreal Conf. 


62 u. v. <• 


. Cobourg. 


sity— B.A., 1863 ; M.A., 1867. 








C Lindsay 5 weeks. 
\ Home ill 11 wks. 
IMillbrook 8mos. 











63 


WEBSTER, JOHN. 


WHITE, EDWARD. 


64 


. Prince Albert. 


1846 v. 


Gosfield. 


1848 c. . 


.... Wardsville. 


65 R.F.C.& 


o Newcastle. 


4 / r. on t 


Chatham. 


49 R. out.. London Circuit. 


66 


. No Station — ill 


48 


Adelaide. 


50 


. . St. Thomas. 




health. 


49 


Bradford. 


51 ... 


. . Sarnia. 


67 ... 


Waterloo — K'n. 


50 ... 


Markham. 


52 R.F. 


c. &o Sarnia. 


68 


Onslow. 


51 R.F.C. & 


.0 Warwick. 


53 ) 




69 ... 


Onslow. 


52 . . 


Warwick. 


54 ( r 

55 ) 


Sandwich and 


70 


N. Augusta. 


53 


Devonshire. 


Windsor. 


71 


Fenelon Falls. 


54 


Devonshire. 


56 


Smithville. 


72 


Fenelon Falls. 


55 .... 


Devonshire. 


57 


Smith ville. 


73 ... 


. Fenelon Falls. 


56 


Russelltown. 




( Smithville. 


74 .. 


Toronto Conf. 


j 57 


Russell town. 


58 


} New Westmin- 


A graduate 


of Victoria Univer- 


58 


Russelltown. 




( ster, B. C 


sity — B.A., 


1863; M.A., 1868. 


59 


Rawdon. 


59 ) 






60 


Rawdon. 


to \ 


New Westmin- 







61 .... 


Rawdon. 


62 ) 


ster, B. C 


WASK, JOHN BARCLAY, 

If A 


62 .... 
63 


Wesleyville. 
. . Wesleyville. 


63 

64 ... 


Nanaimo, B.C. 
Nanaimo, B.C. 






64 


. . Weslevville. 


65 .... 


Nanaimo, B.C. 


1869 R. onT 


Muskoka. 


65 


. . Ainleyville. 


66 ... 


1 New Westmin- 


70 .... 


Farmers ville. 


66 


. Ainleyville. 


67 .. 


( ster, B.C 


71 


Merrickville. 


67 


Ainleyville. 


68 chmn. Nanaimo. 


72 


Shawbridge. 


68 .... 


Wards ville. 


69 chmn. Nanaimo. 



150 



MINISTERS AND PROBATIONERS. 



1870 chmn. . . Nanaimo. 

71 . . Returning. 

Died in Montreal during the 
Sessions of the Conference, June 
16th, 1872, aged 50 years. 

WHITEHEAD, THOMAS. 
1783 ) ( Methodist 

to > . . < Episcopal 
1832 ) ( Conference. 

33 i 

to > sup'd . Bui-ford. 

45 | 

Died January 22nd, 1846, aged 
83 years. 

WHITESIDE, ARTHUR. 
1872 r. on t. Bell's Corners. 

73 stu. . . Montreal Theol. 

Institute. 

74 . Montreal Conf. 

WHITING, JAMES. 
1859 c Millbrook. 

60 E. on t . . Welland. 

61 . . . . Grimsby. 

62 , . Smithville. 

63 ... . Roxboro'. 

64 r. f. c. & o Teeswater. 

65 , . Teeswater. 

66 . . Dungannon. 

67 Dungannon. 

68 ... Dungannon. 

69 Arkona. 

70 ... Arkona. 

71 . . Arkona. 
72 Park Hill. 

73 ... Dunnville. 

74 London Conf. 



WHITING, MATTHEW 
1826 



to 

32 ... 

33 OKD. 

34 ... 

35 ... 
36 

37 .. 

38 .. 
39 

40 
41 .. 



Methodist Epis- 
copal Conf. 

Bay Quinte. 

Waterloo. 

Waterloo. 

Grand River. 

Grand River. 

Stamford. 

Stamford. 

Newmarket. 

Newmarket. 



42 Nelson. 

43 Nelson. 

44 Grimsby. 

45 ... Grimsby. 

46 Grimsby. 



47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 
53 
54 
55 
56 
57 
to 
61 



Dumfries. 

Dumfries. 

Dumfries. 

Woodstock. 

Walsingham. 

Walsingham. 

Walsingham. 

New Credit. 

New Credit. 

New Credit. 

Mount Elgin and 
Muncev. 



1862 • : Lynedoch. 

63 ... Lynedoch. 

64 ) 

to ) sup'd Berlin. 

67) 

68 sup'd Elora. 

Died November 1st, 1868, aged 
79 years. 

WHITING, RICHARD. 



R.F.C. &0 



SEC. . 
SEC. 



1845 c. 
46 R. on T . 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 
53 
54 
55 
56 
57 
58 
59 
60 

61 

62 

63 

64 

65 

66 

67 

68 

69 .... 

70 

71 

72 CHMN, 

73 CHMN 

74 



SEC. 
SEC. 



Chatham. 

Braniford. 

St. Thomas. 

St. Thomas. 

Amherstburg. 

Amherstburg. 

Amherstburg. 

St. Thomas. 

St. Thomas. 

Brockville. 

Brockville. 

Port Hope. 

Port Hope. 

Millbrook. 

Millbrook. 

Hamilton. 

Hamilton. 

Dundas. 

Dundas. 

Dundas. 

Goderich. 

Goderich. 

Goderich. 

Bowman ville. 

Bowman ville. 

St. Mary's. 

St. Mary's. 

St. Mary's. 

Pembroke. 

Pembroke. 

Montreal Conf. 



Delegate to the First General 
Conference, Toronto, 1874. 



WHITLOCK, GEO. C, LL.D. 

1856 ) ( Prof. Nat. His- 

to f \ tory and Phil., 

64 ) ( Victoria Col. 

Died 1864, aged 56 years. 



WICHER, JOHN W 

1863 R. wit. Madoc. 

64 Hungerford. 

65 Milford. 

66 , Brewer's Mills. 

67 s. v. c Cobourg. 

68 r.f.c &o Penetanguishene 

69 Craighurst. 

70 . , Craighurst. 

71 . . Warsaw. 

72 , , Warsaw. 

73 ... Warsaw. 

74 Toronto Conf. 



WIGLE, ELI. 
1864 r. onr Romney. 



WILKINSON, HENRY. 

1831 ) I Methodist Epis- 

32 j " | copal Conference 

33 ... Ancaster. 

34 r.f.c &o Belleville. 

35 Belleville. 

36 . . Belleville. 

37 ) 

to } chmn . Augusta Dist. 

40 ) 

41 Kingston. 

42 . . Kingston. 

43 Toronto. 

44 .. . , . Toronto. 

45 ) 

46 } chmn. Toronto Dist. 

47 j 

48 . . Hamilton. 

49 Hamilton. 

50 Hamilton. 

51 ... Toronto West. 

52 . . Toronto West. 

53 Toronto West. 

54 . London. 

55 chmn. London. 

56 sup'd . Yonge Street. 

57 f. sec. Yonge Street. 

58 f. sec. Yonge Street. 

si— isafjr 

61 Yonge St. South. 

62 .. Yonge St. North. 

Secretary of Conference, 1844. 
President of Conference, 1845. 
Co-Delegate of Conference, 1861. 

Died August 14th, 1862, aged 
58 years. 



WILKINSON, ISAAC. 



1868 
69 

70 R. OUT. 



Primitive Metho- 
dist Conference. 
Hatley and Cass- 
ville. 

71 . . Hatley. 

72 r.f.c &o Beebe Plain. 

73 Beebe Plain. 

74 Montreal Conf. 



WILKINSON, JOHN. 

1840 r. on t/. Hamilton and 

Ancaster. 
41 Located. 



WILL, JOHN C. 
1836 B. onT Whitby. 



37 
38 



Dumfries. 
.. Located. 



65 
66 



Mooretown. 
Rem. to U. S. 



WILL, PHINEAS D. 

1858 c. .. Wellesley. 

59 r. on T Walsingham. 

60 .... St. George. 

61 . Sarnia. 

62 r.f.c. &o Wyoming. 

63 . Port Stanley. 

64 . Port Sfnnlnv 



WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



151 



1865 Newmarket and 

Aurora. 
66 Walter's Falls. 



67 

68" 
69 
70 
71 
72 
73 
74 



F. SEC. 
F. SEC. 
F. SEC. . 
F. SEC. 



Walter's Fall's. 
Walter's Fall's. 
Meaford. 
Meaford. 
Meaford. 
Walkerton. 
Walkerton. 
Toronto Conf. 



WILLIAMS, DAVID. 
1867 c. . . Invermay. 

68 r. on t . Artemesia. 

69 ... Artemesia. 

70 Amabel. 

71 ... . . Amabel. 

72 R,F.c.&o Markdale. 

73 ... Markdale. 

74 Toronto Conf. 



WILLIAMS, JOHN. 



1841 
42 
43 

44 

45 



c. 
c. 
R. on T . 



Snake Island. 

Asphodel. 

Cartwright. 

Marmora. 

Sidney. 



r.f.c. &o 

46 ...... Sydenham 

47 . . Sydenham. 

48 Goderich. 

49 ... .: Goderich. 

50 . . . Blanshard. 

51 Owen Sound. 
52 Owen Sound. 

53 .... Blenheim. 

54 Berlin &Blenhm. 
Died August 15th, 1854, aged 

36 years. 

WILLIAMS, JOHN A. 



1846 c. 


Hallo well. 


47 R. on t 

48 

49 


Napanee. 

Napanee. 

. Sheffield. 


50 R.F.C. & 


3 Consecon. 


51 


Consecon. 


52 . . 


Consecon. 


53 


Wilton. 


54 


Wilton. 


55 . 


Cookstown. 


56 


London Circuit. 


57 F. SEC. 


London Circuit. 


58 F. SEC. 


London Circuit. 


59 CHMN. 


Owen Sound. 


60 CHMN. 


Owen Sound. 


61 CHMN 


Owen Sound. 


62 


Milton. 


63 . 


Milton. 


64 F. SEC . 


Toronto East. 


65 F. SEC. 


Toronto East 


66 F. SEC. . 


, Toronto East. 


67 
68 
69 

70 CHMN. 


Port Hope, 
Port Hope. 
Port Hope. 
Brockville. 


71 CHMN. 


Brockville. 


72 CHMN. . 


Brockville. 


73 CHMN. 


Simcoe. 


74 . 


. London Conf. 


Delegate to the First General 


Conference, Toronto, 1874. 



WILLIAMS, RICHARD. 



1813 
14 


E. 071 T 
ORD 


Hungerford, Eng 
Montreal. 


15 
16 

17^ 




Quebec. 
Quebec. 
f Melbourne. 


18 




Melbourne. 


19 


y 


St. Armand. 


20 




St. Armand. 


21 J 


DIST. 


J Kingston. 


22 
23 
24 

25 


( 


Kingston. 
Quebec. 
Quebec. 
Eastern 


to 




British 


30 


1 


America. 


31 




Odelltown, C. E. 


32 


. • . • 


E. B. America. 



WILLIAMS, RICHARD 
WATSON. 

1868 C. Prince Albert. 

69 R. on t Newcastle. 

70 . . Darlington. 

71 Whitby. 

72 r.f.c &o Ailsa Craig. 

73 Ailsa Craig. 

74 London Conf. 



WILLIAMS, THOMAS. 
1840 c Thames. 



41 r. on t 

42 .... 
43 

44 . 



Thames. 
Saugeen. 
Gosfield&How' d . 
Devonshire. 



45 r.f.c. &o Howard. 



46 

47 

48 

49 

50 

51 

52 

53 

54 

55 

56 

57 

58 

59] 

to 

63 J 

64 

65 

66 

67 

68 

69 

70 

71 

72 

73 

74 



Warwick. 

Goderich. 

Blanshard. 

Blanshard. 

Devonshire. 

Devonshire. 

Dunnville. 

Dunnville. 

Glanford. 

Glanford. 

Nanticoke. 

Nanticoke. 

Nanticoke. 

New Credit. 

Hiawatha. 

Hiawatha. 

Hiawatha. 

Oakwood. 

Oakwood. 

Oakwood. 

Keppel. 

Keppel. 

Cape Croker. 

Cape Croker. 

Toronto Conf. 



WILLIAMS, THOMAS 
GRANGE. 

1861 c Newboro'. ■ 

62 e. onT. Merrickville. 

63 s. v. c Cobourg. 

64 ... L'Orignal. 



1865 r.f.c. &o Rawdon. 



66 
67 

68 
69 
70 
71 
72 
73 
74 



Rawdon. 
Rawdon. 
Huntingdon. 
Huntingdon. 
Huntingdon. 
Franklin Centre. 
Franklin Centre. 
Franklin Centre. 
Montreal Conf. 



WILLIAMS, WILLIAM. 



1853 c . . . 
54 r. on t 
55 
56 
57 
58 
59 
60 
62 



R.F.C. &0 

sup'y 
sup'y 



SUP Y 

Died November 
aged 32 years. 



Amherstburg. 

Aylmer W 

Ingersoll. 

Walsingham. 

Wawanosh. 

Wawanosh. 

Wawanosh. 

Thornbury. 

Sandwich. 

19th, 1861, 



WILLIAMS, WM. HENRY. 

r Methodist 
-{ Episcopal 
I. Conference. 

Richmond. 

Augusta. 
. . Prescott & Aug. 
, Sidney. 

Sidney. 
_ Bay Quinte. 

Bay Quinte. 
. Waterloo. 

Waterloo. 

Hull. 
. St. Andrews. 
. St. Andrews. 

Matilda. 

Smith's Falls. 
, Smith's Falls. 

Cornwall. 

Cornwall. 

Gananoque. 

Gananoque. 

Sheffield. 

Sheffield. 
( Percy and 
\ Seymour. 

. Demorestville. 

Demorestville. 



1820 
to 
32 
33 
34 
35 

36 .. 

37 .. 
38 
39 
40 

41 ... 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 

53 .. 

54 .. 

55 ... 
56 

57 sup'd 
58-) 

to [sup'd 
72 J 

Died May 
years. 



Matilda. 
11th, 1873, aged 79 



WILLISTON, JOHN 
KELLOG. 



1832 c. 

33 e. onr. 

34 .. 
35 
36 



London. 
Nelson. 
Yonge Street. 
Westminster. 
St. Thomas. 



37 r.f.c. &o Howard. 

38 . . Gosfield. 

39 Goderich. 

40 Thames. 



152 



MINISTERS AND PROBATIONERS. 



1841 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
to 
49 
50 
51 
52 
53 
54 
55 
56 

to; 

62 
63 
64 
65 
to 
73 
74 



SUPY , 



SUPD 



Thames. 

Malahide. 

Malahide. 

Norwich. 

Chippewa. 

Saugeen. 

St. Clair. 

Gosfield. 

Gosfield. 

Strathroy. 

Strathroy. 

Strathroy. 

Saugeen. 

Walpole Island. 
Napier. 

Strathroy. 

London Conf. 



WILLMOTT, JOHN C., M.A. 

1860 r. out. Nanticoke. 

61 . . . . . Canton. 

62 u. y, c. Cobourg. 

63 v. v. c. Cobourg. 

64 B.F.C.&0 Walter's Falls. 

65 Walter's Falls. 

66 Hullsville. 

67 Hullsville. 

68 Hullsville. 

69 . Cainsville. 

70 . Cainsville. 

71 Grand River. 

72 Grand River. 

73 Parry Sound. 

74 . . . Toronto Conf. 



WILLOUGHBY, WILLIAM. 

1836 r. om. Clarendon. 

37 .. Perth & Bytown. 

38 .... Mississippi. 

39 Ottawa. 

40 r.f.c.&o Osgoode. 

41 Elizabethtown. 

42 . Elizabethtown. 

43 ... Rideau. 

44 . . Dumfries. 

45 ... Dumfries. 

46 .... Chatham. 

47 . . . Nelson. 

48 ..... Nelson. 

49 . . . Georgetown. 

50 Georgetown. 

51 . . Georgetown. 
52^| 

to }• .... Newmarket. 

55 J 

56 Whitby. 

57 Whitby. 

58 Whitby. 

59 . Yonge St. North. 

60 Yonge St. North. 

61 .. Yonge St. North. 

62 . . . Brampton. 

63 ... Brampton. 

64 ...... Brampton. 

65 ... Oakville. 

66 . . Oakville. 

67 . . Oakville. 

68 . . Waterdown. 

69 ... . . Waterdown. 
70 Waterdown. 

71 . . Mount Pleasant. 

72 . . Mount Pleasant. 

73 ... Mount Pleasant. 

74 ... London Conf. 



1871 

72 
73 

74 



WILSON, 

1867 R. on t 
68 .. 
69 

70 ...... 

71 R.F.C.&O 

72 

73 .. 

74 . . . 

A graduate 
I versity — B.A., 



L'Orignal. 
L'Orignal. 
Montreal Second. 
Montreal Conf. 



JOHN, B.A. 

Millbrook. 

Waterdown. 

Waterdown. 

Ameliasburg. 
) Pakenhamand 
) Arnprior. 

Arnprior. 

Montreal Conf. 

of Victoria Uni- 
1867. 



A graduate of Victoria Univer- 
sity— B.A., 1864; M.A., 1868. 



WILLOUGHBY, NICHOLAS 
RAMSAY, M.A. 

Alnwick Circuit. 

Cookstown. 

Cobourg. 

Baltimore. 

Kingston. 

Kingston. 

Mount Pleasant. 

Mount Pleasant. 

Port Dover. 

Simcoe. 

Simcoe. 

Simcoe. 

Picton. 

Picton. 

Picton. 

Barrie. 

Yorkville. 

Yorkville. 

Toronto Conf. 

A graduate of Victoria Univer- 
sity— B.A., 1860; M.A., 1867. 

Delegate to First General Con- 
ference, Toronto, 1874. 



WILSON, ALBERT CHARLES. 



1856 


c. 






57 


R. 


on t 


58 


V. 


v. 


C 


59 


u. 


V. 


c. 


60 


R. 


F.f 


.&(] 


61 








62 








63 








64 








65 








66 








67 








68 








69 








70 








71 








72 








73 








74 









1866 r. 
67 .. 
68 
69 



OUT. 



Pickering. 
Pickering. 
Omemee. 
Markham. 



70 r.f.c.&o Beaverton. 

71 ... Beaverton. 

72 . . . Beaverton. 

73 . . Coboconk. 

74 ... . Toronto Conf. 

WILSON, JAMES. 



1817-1 

to y 

32 J 

33) 

to > sup'd 

38 | 

39) 

to£ . . 

42) 

Died May 27th 
years. 



( Methodist 
| Episcopal 



Conference. 



Whitby. 



Yonge St. and 
Cooks ville. 
1851, aged 81 



WILSON, JOHN. 
I860 ) t Methodist 

to > . . } Episcopal 

68 ) ( Conference. 

69 r. f. c. Aylwin. 

70 ... Aylwin. 



WILSON, JOHN -CARROLL. 

1862 r. om t.. StoufMlle. 

63 Brock. 

64 .... Omemee. 

65 s. v. c Cobourg. 

66 Markham. 

67 r.f.c.&o Beaverton. 

68 Beaverton. 

69 ... Beaverton. 

70 ... Cart wright. 

71 ... Cartwright. 

72 ... Manvers. 

73 . . Manvers. 

74 Toronto Conf. 



WILSON, JOHN JAMES. 



1862 r. on t 
63 



Frontenac. 
Located. 



WILSON, JOHN V. 



1854 c. 

55 r. 

56 s. 

57 s. 

58 r. 
59 

60 | 

61 $ 
62 
63 

64 .. 
65 
66 
67 

68 . 

69 . 

70 .. 
71 

72 . 

73 . 
74 



on t 
v. c 
v. c 
f.c. &o 



Nanticoke. 

Nanticoke. 

Cobourg. 

Cobourg. 

Welland. 

Gren ville. 

Sherbrooke 

and Oso. 
Egan ville. 
Eganville. 
Egan ville. 
Alice. 
Ormstown. 
Ormstown, 
Ormstown. 
Laehute. 
La chute. 
Laehute. 
Avening. 
Avening. 
Toronto Conf. 



WILSON, RICHARD. 



1848 
49 
50 

51 
52 
53 
54 



on t. 



R.f.c. &o 



St. Andrews. 
Bonehire. 
Carleton and 

Pakenham. 
Kemptville. 
Lochabar. 
Lochabar. 
Russell town. 



WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



153 



1855 ,.■".. 


. Russelltown. 


56 . , 


Eaton. 


57 


Eaton. 


58 


Leeds. 


59 


. . Shannonville. 


60 


. . Russell. 


61 


Russell. 


62 


North Gower. 


63 


North Gower. 


64 


North Gower. 



65 f. sec. . Bell's Corners. 

66 f. sec. Bell's Corners. 

67 Wilton. 

68 .... Wilton. 

69 .... Wilton. 

70 . . . Cataraqui. 

71 F. SEC. Cataraqui. 

72 F. sec. . . Cataraqui. 

73 sup'd. Kingston. 

74 ... Montreal Conf. 

.WILSON, ROBERT OLIVER. 
1859 r out. Cobourg, S.V.C. 

60 Newcastle. 

61 ... Whitby. 
^62 ... Whitby. 
~63 r.f.c. &o Markhain. 

64 ... Manvers. 

65 . ; . Manvers. 

66 . . Arkona. 

67 Arkona. 

68 ... Macedon, N.Y. 

69 Macedon, N.Y. 

70 .. Rochester, N.Y. 

71 . Rochester, N.Y. 
Died April 12th, 1872, aged 

36 years. 

WILSON, SAMUEL. 
1856 c . . Montreal First. 

57 R. out. Napanee. 

58 ... Waterloo. 

59 ,.,... Lyn. 

60 R.F.C.&0 Kemptville. 

61 ... .. Erin. 

62 .... Erin. 

63 . . Erin. 

64 ... Norwood. 

65 Norwood. 

66 Keene. 

67 Keene. 

68 Keene. 

69 . . Farmersville. 

70 Farmersville. 

71 Farmersville. 
. 72 Mitchell. 

73 Mitchell. 

74 London Conf. 



WINANS, 


WM. HENRY 


1863 r. 

64 . 

65 . 


on t 


Strathroy. 
Strathroy. 
Ingersoll. 


Died 


May 


30th, 1866, aged 25 


years. 






WINTER, DAVID. 


1868 c 
69 r 
70 


on t 


Hall's Bridge. 

Bobcaygeon. 

Oakwood. 



1871 Oakwood. 

72 s. v. c . Cobourg. 

73 r. f. c & o New Glasgow. 

74 . . Montreal Conf. 



WITHROW, WM. H., M.A. 

1861 ) fNew Connexion 

to > . . { Methodist 

65 ) I Conference. 

66 e. out Plainville. 

67 ... Plainville. 

68 r.f. c. { Davenport and 

69 . . ( Seaton. 

70 . . . Niagara. 

71 Niagara. 

72 ..,:... Niagara. 

73 . . . Hamilton -Presi- 

dent's Assist 

74 . . .'. Toronto Conf. 

A graduate of Toronto Univer- 
sity— M. A., 1864. 

WITTED, J. G. 

1850 R. f. c. Matilda. 

Visiting Eng. 



51 
52 
53 
54 
55 



Consecon. 
Colborne. 
Colborne. 
Rem. to U.S. 



WOOD, CHARLES. 

1822 1 fMethodist 

to > -{ Episcopal 

32 ) I Conference. 

33 Elizabethtown. 

34 Ottawa. 

35^| 

to > sitp'd. Augusta, 

43 J 

44 . . Located. 



WOOD, 


ENOCH, D.D. 


1826-j 


( Eastern 


to V 


< British 


46 J 


( America 


47) 


f Superintendent 


to \ .. 


. . -1 of Missions, 
I Toronto 


68 ) 


69 ) 


( Missionary 


to > 


< Secretary, 


73 ) 


( Toronto 


74 - 


Toronto Conf. 



1867 Innisfil. 

68 r.f.c.&o Vespra. 

69 ... Vespra. . 

70 Stayner. 

71 Wellesley. 

72 , , Wellesley. 

73 . Cooksville. 

74 .. Toronto Conf. 



WOODSWORTH, RICHARD 
WATSON. 



Note. — He was President of 
the Conference for seven years, 
from 1851 to 1857, and again in 
1862. The honorary degree of 
D.D. was conferred upon him by 
the University of Victoria College 
in 1860. He was elected a Dele- 
gate to the First General Con- 
ference, Toronto, 1874. 

WOODSWORTH, JAMES. 

1864 e.«it Cooksville. 

65 . . . . Craighurst and 

Penetang. 

66 ... Orillia. 



1867 


R. 


onT. 


Smithville. 


68 






Aurora. 


69 






Thorold. 


70 






Chatham. 


71 


R.F.C.&O 


Wards ville. 


72 






Wardsville. 


73 






Wards ville. 


74 






London Conf. 



WOOLSEY, THOMAS. 
1852 c 

53 r. on t . Picton. 

54 . Brighton. 

55 ) 

to > r.f.c&o Edmonton House, 

64 ) H. B. T. 

65 Visit'g England. 

66 . . Farnham, Que. 

67 Farnham, Que. 

68) 

to > New Credit. 

71 J J 

72 Bruce Mines. 

73 . . Bruce Mines. 

74 Toronto Conf. 

WORKMAN, GEORGE C. 



1873 r. 


on T. 


Cobourg, U.V.C. 


74 




Toronto Conf. 


WRIGHT 


, DANIEL. 


1839 c. 




Sidney. 


40 r. 


out, 


Murray. 


41 




Bath & I. Tanti. 


42 . 




Thames. 


43 s. 


V. c. 


Cobourg. 


44 




Wolfe Island. 


45 R 


F.C &0 


Colborne. 


46 




St. Vincent. 


47 




Shannonville. 


48 




Shannonville. 


49 




Shannonville. 


50 




Lochabar. 


51 




Lochabar. 


52 sup'y 


Kingston. 


53 




Brock. 


54 . 




Withdrew. 


WRIGHT, DAVID. 


1821) 




( Methodist 


to j- 
32 J 




Episcopal 




I Conference 


33 




Stamford . 


34 . 


• * ■ . . 


Stamford. 


35") 






36 V 


JHMN 


London District 


37 J 






38 




Grand River. 



154 



MINISTERS AND PROBATIONERS. 



1839 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 
53 
54 
55 



Whitby. 

Reesorville. 

Credit. 

Credit. 

Credit. 

Agt. Con. Funds. 

Whitby. 

Markham. 

Cooks ville. 
Cooksville. 

Stoney Creek. 

New Credit. 
New Credit. 



sup'd . . Oakville. 



1856 
57 
58 
59 
60 
to 
64 
65 
66 
67 
68 
69 
70 
71 



SUPD 



• SUP D . 



SUPD. 



New Credit. 

Grand River. 

New Credit. 

Oakville. 

Scarboro' 

Yorkville. 

Leslie ville. 

Leslieville. 

Guelph. 

Guelph. 



Died March 28th, 1872, aged 
80 years. 



WRIGHT, WES. P., M.A..B.D. 

1856 ) /-Methodist > 

to > < Episcopal 

60 ) I Church, U.S. 

61-) rWes. Fem. Col., 

to V .. I Hamilton— Prof. 

73 J I Natural Sciences. 

74 ... London Conf. 

A graduate of Victoria Univer- 
sity — B. A., 1848 ; took degree 
of B.D. in Concord Biblical Insti- 
tute, Evanston, U.S., 1853; was 
ordained by Bishop Janes, 1858 ; 
admitted to membership in Can- 
ada Wesleyan Conference in 1863. 



Y. 



YORK, FREDERICK. 



1865 R. on t. 
66 

67 ... 

68 ... 



Romney. 
Wards ville. 
Templeton. 
Rem. to U.S. 



YOUMANS, DAVID. 



r Methodist 

-} Episcopal 

L Conference. 



1813^| 
to [ 

32 J 

33 1 
to > sup'd . Whitby. 

0*7 } 

40 
to 
55 

Died Feb. 14th, 1856, aged 85 
years. 



YOUMANS, JAY S. 



sup'd Markham. 



1853 c. . . 

54 . ... 

55 .. . 

56 .... 

57 RFC&O 
58 

59 
60 

61 

62 .... 
63 



Percy. 
Percy and 

Seymour. 
Bath. 

Centreville and 
Tamworth. 

Newburg. 
Newburg. 
Morrisburg. 
Morrisburg. 



64 Morrisburg. 

65 ... Augusta. 

66 . . North Augusta. 

67 . . North Augusta. 

68 Bradford. 

69 f. sec Bradford. 

70 f. nkc . Bradford. 

71 Removed to U. S. 

and united with the Erie Confer- 
ence of the Methodist Episcopal 
Church. He is now ( 1 879) station- 
ed in the city of Cleveland. Ohio. 



YOUNG, EGERTON 
RYERSON. 
1863 r. on t. Hungerford. 

64 Thorold. 

65 ... Thorold. 

66 . . . . . Port Dalhousie. 

67 R.F.c.&o. Hamilton East. 

, ( ( Norway House, 

7 2 j ■ • ■ j H. B. T. 

73 . . Berens River, 

H. B. T. 

74 , Toronto Conf. 



YOUNG, 
1842 r. out 
43 
44 
45 

46 R.F.C.&O 

47 
48 
49 

50 . . . | 

51 

52 ... 

53 

54 

55 ... 
56 

57 CHMN . . 



58 
59 

60 ... 

61 CHMN. 

62 CHMN. 

63 CHMN. 

64 CHMN. 

65 CHMN. 

66 CHMN. 

67 CHMN. 

68 

to > CHMN 

73 

74 



GEORGE. 

Oxford. 

Chatham. 

Brantford. 

Toronto. 

St. Catharines. 

Gatinean. 

Hamilton. 

Hamilton. 
\ Glanford. 
( London. 

Drummondville 
and Niagara. 

Niagara. 

Belleville. 

Belleville. 

Montreal West. 

Montreal West. 

Montreal West. 

Brantford. 

Brantford. 

Brantford. 

Kingston. 

Kingston. 

Quebec. 

Quebec. 

Quebec. 

Toronto West. 

Toronto West. 

Winnipeg, Man. 

Tnrnntn (\r\r\i 



YOUNG, WILLIAM. 



1835 c. 

36 r. on t. 

37 . . . . 

38 ORD 

39 R. F. c. 
40 

41 

42 .... 

43 

44 . . 

45 sup'd 

46 ... 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 
53 
54 
55 
56 
57 
58 
59 
to 
73 
74 



SUP D. . 



Cavan. 

Bay Quinte. 

Bay Quinte. 

Crosby. 

Crosby. 

Rideau. 

Rideau. 

Colborne. 

Asphodel. 

Asphodel. 

Bowmanvflle. 

Brock. 

| Newmarket and 
) Snake Island. 

Brampton. 

Brampton. 

Brampton. 

Bradford. 

Bradford. 

Bradford. 

Millbrook. 

Millbrook. 

Frankford. 

Trenton. 

Toronto Conf. 



YOUNG, WILLIAM JOHN. 

1867 c. Ameliasburg. 

68 k. on t . Stirling 

69 . . Wilton. 

70 Cataraqui. 

71 Pittsburg. 

72 F r c&o j Morven and 

73 .... \ Gosport. 

74 . . Toronto Conf. 



Correction. 

On page 101 — Joseph William 

Holmes, 1873, for "Richmond," 

substitute "Rich wood," and on 

page 103, John Hunt, 1844, put 



ALPHABETICAL ARRANGEMENT 



OF ALL THE 



CIRCUITS, STATIONS, AND MISSIONS 



OF 



Canadian JJUtljnMsm, 



1791 to 1874. 



Circuits in Methodism embrace a number of Congregations under the 
charge of the Minister or Ministers stationed thereon. Usually they are 
named from the largest settlement or village in the charge. In the early his- 
tory of Canada, and now in the remote new settlements, these fields of toil 
embrace from seven to fifteen appointments or preaching places, and extend 
over a large range of territory, involving long and wearisome journeys. For 
many years the Circuit system included the cities and large towns, and as the 
Congregations in such centres of population multiplied, they were united toge- 
ther in the same manner as country appointments. As the country became 
more thickly settled, and congregations increased in numbers and wealth, Cir- 
cuits were divided and subdivided, until, in many instances, the number of 
appointments does not exceed three, though in a few districts large Circuits 
still exist. 

The term Mission refers to that class of work where the members of the 
Church are few, and unable to sustain the Ministers stationed thereon. A large 
portion of the early work of Methodism in these Provinces was really Mis- 
sionary in its character. The heroic pioneer Ministers followed the early set- 
tlers to their new homes in the wilderness, and shared the privations and dis- 
comforts of the times. Before churches could be erected, the people assembled 



156 



CIRCUITS, STATIONS AND MISSIONS. 



together in the log cabin to listen to the Word of Life, and many a revival re- 
warded the servant of Christ for his earnest and self-denying labours. 

The term Station is used to designate a charge having only one Congre- 
gation. During the past few years there has been a tendency to form Stations 
as soon as single Congregations became sufficiently numerous and wealthy tc 
support their own pastor. 

The Itinerant system of Methodism has served to give to every Circuit e 
great variety of ministerial talent and labour. We have endeavoured to givt 
a full and correct record, in the following pages, of the names of all the met 
who have been stationed on each Circuit, together with the number of mem 
bers for each year, and the amounts contributed to the Contingent, Educa- 
tional, and Superannuated Ministers' Funds. Where Circuits have been di- 
vided, reference has been made to the fact so far as information has beer 
obtained, so as to show the connection of one Circuit with another. 

As the Wesleyan Methodist Church after 1833 was but a continuation oi 
the Methodist Episcopal Church, which was begun in Canada in 1791, anc 
brought into Union in 1833, we have made no mark of distinction in the fol 
lowing account of Circuits and Missions. It will be readily seen how, undei 
the new name, after the Union of 1833, every Circuit and Mission was con 
tinued, the membership maintained, and the work perpetuated. 



A. 



ACTON. 

A village in the Township of Esquesing, County of Halton, Ontario. It is situate on the Grand Trunl 
Kailway, and is distant from Toronto 35 miles, and from Guelph 13 miles. Prior to 1872 i 
formed part of the Georgetown Circuit. 



Year 


Names of Ministers. 


No. of 
Members. 


Conting. 
Fund. 


Educa. 
Fund. 


Sup. M. 
Fund. 


1872 
73 
74 


Robert Phillips. ...... 

John W. Dochstader. . . 

See London Conference. . , .. 


136 
100 


$4 05 
4 50 


$2 00 
2 25" 


$5 66 
7 10 



ACTONVALE. 

A village in the Township of Acton, County of Bagot, Quebec. Distant from Montreal 49 miles, an< 
from Richmond 23 miles. Prior to 1860 it was part of Granby and Melbourne Missions. 



1860 Thomas H. Walker. . . 

61 Thomas Derrick 

62 Robert H. Smith 

63 Robert H. Smith. . 

64 Robert H. Smith 

65 John Scott 

66 John Scott 

67 ......... . 



54 


2 10 


2 66 


25 


2 33 




30 


4 58 


2 00 


35 


6 00 


3 00 


35 


4 00 


2 00 


17 


1 50 


1 25 


7 


75 


50 



3 00 
1 34 

4 00 
6 00 
4 00 
4 00 
1 00 



Note. — Owing to the failure of the copper-mines, a large emigration took place from this section o 
country, and the Mission was discontinued. 



WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



157 



ADELAIDE. 

A village and township in the County of Middlesex, Ontario. 

from Samia 36 miles. 



Distant from London 25 miles, and 



Year 



Names of Ministers. 



1847 Robert Corson 

48 Geo. Kennedy, John Webster. 

49 Ozias Barber, Joseph Hill. . . . 

50 John Hutchinson .... 

51 See Strathroy 



No. of Conting. 
Members, i Fund. 



Educa. 
Fund. 



Sup. M. 
Fund. 



293 

265 
237 
215 



•S4 50 
5 00 
8 00 
8 04 



p 00 
3 25 
3 50 



Note. — In 1868 Adelaide is again found in the Minutes of Conference as a Circuit with four ap- 
pointments — Strathroy Circuit having been divided. 

68 John Neelands 

69 John Neelands .... 

70 John Neelands, (B. T. White) , 

71 John Malum, George Daniel. 

72 John Mahan, Henry E. Hill. 

73 John Mahan . . .... 

74 See Toronto Conference .... 



100 


3 00 


S4 00 


12 00 


139 


3 10 


6 00 


8 25 


189 


4 00 


7 00 


9 00 


158 


5 01 


3 72 


4 02 


155 


5 10 


2 49 


5 00 


158 


8 94 


3 20 


7 00 



AILSA CRAIG AND PARK HILL. 

Ailsa-Craig is a village in the Township of West McGillivray, in the County of Huron, and Park Hill 
a small village in the township of West Williams, County ot Middlesex, Ontario — formerly 
McGillivray Circuit. 



210 

223 



11 28 

12 02 



3 27 



16 45 
25 00 



1867 Hall Christopherson, James S. Ross 

68 Hall Christopherson | 223 12 02 4 00 

Note. — In 1869 Park Hill was set off and Ailsa Craig was united with Lucan. In 1871 Ailsa 
Craig again became a separate field. 



71 John Smiley, M.A 

72 Richard W. Williams 

73 Richard W Williams . 

74 See London Conference 



129 
136 
132 



19 



00 



4 00 


15 30 


4 00 


20 00 


4 27 


24 00 



3 30 
2 28 
2 58 
75 
85 
20 
17 
17 



AINLEYVILLE. 

A village on the line of the Townships of Morris and Grey, Huron County, Ontario, distant from 
Goderich 25 miles, from Seaforth 15 miles, and from Stratford 39 miles — formerly part of Morris 
Mission. 

1859 John Hough, Robert Thompson. . . ... , . . . 

60 John Hough, Thomas Kelly .. .. 130 

61 John Hough, John N. Hewitt . ... 164 

62 Thomas Robson, Henry W. Maxwell. 176 

63 Thomas Robson, Henry W. P. Allen 185 

64 Thomas Hanna . . 223 

65 John Webster .. .. .... 123 

66 John Webster .. 115 

67 John Webster *. . 130 

68 Colman Bristol, B.A .. . 139 

69 Colman Bristol, B. A ... . . .... ". 150 

70 Colman Bristol, B.A., George A. Schram 155 

71 David A. Johnston, Silas J. Hughes. .... 211 j 10 43 

72 Robert Davey, John McCarroll . ... 213 \ 10 60 

73 (Name changed to Brussels) . 222 12 50 



3 
4 

2 
4 
6 
6 18 



05 
06 



1 60 

1 37 

2 13 

3 00 
3 45 
1 10 
3 26 
3 57 
3 40 
3 17 
3 30 
5 10 

3 00 

4 56 



65 

50 
00 
00 
00 
25 
92 
30 



14 45 
12 55 
12 90 
14 48 
12 00 
24 08 



ALBION. 

A village on the Humber, in the Township of Albion, County of Cardwell, Ontario, distance from 

Toronto 27 miles. 

1829 Henry Shaler, James Currie. . . 

30 Jacob Poole 108 

31 John H. Huston 128 

32 John H. Huston, Samuel Rose 154 

33 Gilbert Miller . . .... 414 



158 



CIRCUITS, STATIONS AND MISSIONS. 



Year 


Names of Ministers. 


No. of 


Conting. 


Educa. 


Sup. M. 




Members 


Fund. 


Fund. 


Fund. 




387 




.... 
















39 ) 










41 John Baxter 


408 


$14 90 


... 


$9 62 




451 


20 00 




9 92 


43 Francis Coleman, James Hutchinson, John Goodfellow 


553 


14 78 




8 00 ' 


44 Charles W M. Gilbert, James Hutchinson ... 


617 


17 90 




8' 50 


45 William Coleman, Benjamin Jones . . 
46 1 

to f Supplied from adjacent Circuits , 

56J 


343 


16 00 




9 05 


367 


29 67 





18 00 










58 Thomas Lawson, George Stenning . 


297 


13 82 


$5 05 


12 35 


59 Thomas Lawson, Joseph H. Stinson 


398 


18 46 


5 91 


13 09 




421 


17 30 


6 78 


10 37 


61 John Learoyd, William C. Watson 


444 


15 50 


6 17 


13 10 




386 


17 10 


7 50 


15 00 


63 John W Savage, Marmaduke Pearson. 


402 


15 18 


7 50 


15 26 


64 John W. Savage, George Martin Brown 


383 


15 30 


7 55 


20 00 


65 John W. Savage, John Armstrong (B) 


351 


14 50 


7 00 


20 52 


66 Benjamin Sherlock, Samuel B. Phillips 


360 


14 15 


7 10 


20 60 


67 Benjamin Sherlock, Samuel B. Phillips .... 


313 


14 05 


7 00 


23 50 


68 Benjamin Sherlock, Robert Phillips 


350 


14 00 


9 80 


23 00 


69 Edward Barrass, Robert Phillips 


372 


14 10 , 


10 13 


24 50 




350 


20 21 


13 69 


25 64 


71 Edward Ban-ass, J. W. Clipsham W. Gr. Howson... 


324 


19 75 


18 25 


27 00 


72 James Matheson, Robert G. Well wood , . „ _ .... 


324 


20 58 


10 62 


33 00 


73 James Matheson, Joseph Waite. . 


424 


20 60 


11 00 


35 00 


74 See Toronto Conference . . 


424 


20 40 


8 70 


43 41 



ALICE. 

So called from the name of a township in the County of Renfrew, Ontario. It is situate south of the 
Town of Pembroke, and extends into four townships. 



1862 Erastus S. Curry 


8 








63 Peter E. W. Moyer .... 


32 


1 35 




1 17 


64 Thomas H. Walker .... 


65 


1 50 


1 16 


1 55 


65 John V. Wilson . ....... 


75 


1 63 


1 05 


2 15 


66 Brock Rose, Charles E. Perry 


76 


82 




1 95 


67 Brock Rose, John H. Stewart . 


78 


3 12 




2 00 


68 Brock Rose, Andrew C. Eastman . 


77 


4 48 




2 80 


69 William Sanderson 


55 


1 00 




1 79 


70 William Sanderson 


52 


1 45 


1 30 


3 25 


71 William Sanderson 


55 


2 00 


1 75 


4 00 


72 William Norton . . 


60 


2 20 


1 90 


4 50 


73 William Norton . . .... 


61 


3 06 


2 31 


4 66 


74 See Montreal Conference .... 


62 


3 25 • 


1 75 


4 74 


ALLENFORD 











A village in the Township of Amabel, County of Bruce, Ontario, -its nearest railway station is South 
ampton, on the W G. & B. R. R., from which it is distant 10 miles. Two appointments fron 
Amabel Mission, one from Keppel Mission, and two new appointments, a total of five, con 
stitutes this field of toil. 



1873 William C. Jolley . . 
74 See Toronto Conference 



108 
133 



4 80 



1 05 



6 20 



ALLISTON. 

A village in the Township of Tecumseth, County of Simcoe, Ontario. 

Circuit. 



1869 James Matheson 



70 James Matheson . . 

71 Daniel F. Gee 

72 Daniel F Gee ... 

73 Daniel F. Gee, Daniel Carter 

74 See Toronto Conference 



160 
141 
145 
150 
160 



Formerly part of the Cookstowi 



4 92 

3 68 

4 75 

8 28 
7 fi7 



3 59 

3 60 

3 70 

4 16 

A. A.C\ 



11 54 
14 21 
19 21 
25 23 

OO 7S 



WESLEY AN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



159 



A village in the Township of Ramsay, 



ALMONTE. 

County of Lanark, Ontario. 
Place Circuit. 



Formerly part of the Carleton 



Year 


Names of Ministers. 


No. of 
Members. 


Conting. 
Fund. 


Educa. 
Fund. 


Sup. M. 
Fund. 


1873 William McGill 

74 See Montreal Conference . . , . 


"95 


|6 35 


$7 25 


$22 10 



82 


5 40 


67 


3 18 


140 


5 90 


120 


3 12 


131 


2 63 


129 


6 20 


157 


4 15 


168 


4 50 


140 


4 60 



6 60 



ALNWICK. 

A township in the County of Haldimand, Ontario. Prior to 1855 this Circuit was worked in connec- 
tion with the Alderville Indian Mission. 

1855 James A. Ivison 

56 Nicholas R. Willoughby 

57 Alexander Drennan 

58 Jabez B. Keough .... 

59 John Salmon .... 

60 John Salmon .... 

61 William L. Scott 

62 William L. Scott ... 

63 Christopher Hamilton 

64 See Fenella . .... 



3 75 


2 68 


1 25 


4 20 


3 75 


2 78 


1 16 


1 50 



2 


00 


6 


50 


3 


15 


5 


69 


4 


00 


4 


00 


4 


00 


4 


00 



ALTON. 
A small village in the County of Cardwell, Ont. Formerly part of the Orangeville Circuit. 
1873 Thomas R. Reid. ... , 60 , . .. , . -.. , 



74 Toronto Conference 



69 



3 48 



2 00 



5 00 



ALVINSTON. 

A small village in the Township of Brock, County of Lambton, Ontario. Formerly part of the Wat- 
ford Circuit. 



1873 William Austin 

74 See London Conference. 



16 
23 



4 95 



3 32 



2 27 



AMABEL. 

The name of a township on Lake Huron, in the County of Bruce, 

Mission. 

1869 Richard G. James 

70 David Williams 

71 David Williams 

72 Wm. M. Bielby, Richard Strachan 

73 See Wiarton and Allenford 



Ont. Formerly part of the Keppel 



10 

5 60 
7 34 

6 15 



25 


• • • 




94 


45 


■ ■ * ■ 


140 


1 10 


2 90 


180 


4 25 


3 38 


156 


4 76 


1 00 



AMELIASBURG. 

A village situated at the mouth of Roblin Lake, in the Township of Ameliasburg, Prince Edward 
County, Ontario. It was formerly part of the Consecon Circuit. Distant from Kingston 55 
miles, from Picton 15 miles, and from Belleville 10 miles. 

1859 James Greener ... . . ..... ... ... 

60 James Greener ... . . . 310 9 73 4 25 22 79 

61 David C. Clappison . . ...... 312 10 07 4 46 26 37 

62 David C. Clappison 270 10 11 2 68 28 00 

63 David C. Clappison .... . 285 10 30 3 00 37 50 

64 Francis Coleman 286 10 75 4 52 41 25 

65 Francis Coleman . 289 10 38 4 55 40 00 

66 Francis Coleman .... . . . . 290 9 67 4 59 40 50 

67 James Thompson, Wm. John Young. , . 292 9 75 .4 73 50 00 

68 James Thompson ........... ...... 405 10 00 4 75 54 00 

69 James Thompson 400 10 25 5 53 74 00 

70 Geo. Carr, John Wilson, B. A. ■ ■ ; , , 400 No returns published. 

71 George Carr, John W. Bell . 430 12 08 7 00 50 52 

72 George Carr, A. G. Knight, B.A. ... 445 14 58 8 10 63 13 

73 Charles Taggart, Samuel McCauley . 447 16 03 7 09 50 00 

74 Toronto Conference .... ... 380 12 15 7 53 59 59 



160 



CIRCUITS, STATIONS AND MISSIONS. 



•AMHERSTBURG. 

A village at the mouth of the River Detroit, at the head of Lake Erie, in the Township of Maiden, 
County of Essex, Ontario. It is 19 miles from Detroit and 18 miles from Windsor. 



Year Names of Ministers. 


No. of 
Members. 


Conting. 
Fund. 


Educa. 
Fund. 


Sup. H. 
Fund. 




256 
253 
188 
150 
150 
190 
340 








27 Edmund Stoney 

28 Edmund Stoney , 

29 Joseph Messmore 

30 Matthew Whiting. ... -.,.., 

31 Matthew Whiting 

32 Thomas Harmon 

33 





Note — This year a new circuit named Gosfield was formed, including within its bounds all the 
white members of this circuit, Amherstburg Mission retaining only the Indian members. — See Indian 
Missions. 

1841 Henry Byers . . . . , ... . 

42 Daniel Murphy . 

43 Thomas W. Constable ... 62 

Sandwich United. 

44 Thomas W. Constable, John S. Marsden . 

45 Thomas W. Constable, Edward Sallows 

46 Edward Sallows ... ... 

From 1840 to 1847 Amherstburg does not appear in the Stations in the minutes of the Canad* 
Conference. During that period the. British Wesleyans were working independently of the Canada 
body, and, we presume, had charge of this circuit. In 1847 the name again appears in the Canada 
Minutes, but united with Gosfield, in 1848 it sustained the same relation, the following year it 
again resumed its place as the head of a circuit. 

1849 Richard Whiting 

50 Richard Whiting, Thomas Stobbs 

51 Richard Whiting 

52 John Goodfellow 

53 John Goodfellow, William Williams . . 

54 Ephraim L. Koyl 

55 Ephraim L. Koyl . . 

56 John Hodgson 

57 William Chapman . . . 

58 William Chapman . 

59 ) 
fi0 > United with Gosfield 

61 Oliver Edison Burch . 

62 Thomas Cleworth. , 

63 Thomas Cleworth. 

64 Luther O. Rice 



65 Luther 0. Rice . . . 

66 Luther O. Rice. 

67 Thomas Culbert.. 

68 Thomas Culbert 

69 Edmund S. Shorey 

70 Edmund S. Shorey 

71 James Laird ....... 

72 James Laird . . 

73 Edmund S. Jones . 

74 London Conference 



117 


$8 28 




154 


12 28 


.... 


158 


12 45 




39 


7 00 




41 


7 34 




60 


5 78 


$0 95 


97 


5 82 




93 


11 49 


2 25 


92 


5 86 


2 20 


92 


3 20 


2 12 


95 


7 60 


4 24 


96 


5 26 


2 51 


82 


5 90 




70 


5 26 


78 


65 


8 04 


2 30 


79 


10 10 


2 40 


63 


10 50 


2 45 


61 


10 00 


2 92 


90 


12 48 


7 00 


75 


10 24 


8 73 


107 


10 25 


8 00 


123 


11 00 


8 00 


142 


14 04 


7 49 



$6 65 

10 65 

9 06 



20 
48 
20 
16 
38 



3 70 
5 20 



5 33 

5 44 
4 33 

6 29 

8 54 

9 84 
9 20 

13 74 
8 50 

11 50 

12 00 
16 00 



AMHERST ISLE. 
An Island on the north shore of Lake Ontario, Addington County, Ontario— formerly part of Bath 



Circuit. 



1847 Robert Lochead 

48 1 

to \ Supplied from Bath Circuit.. 

71 ) 

72 John Ferguson . 

73 John Ferguson . . 

74 Montreal Conference 



27 



35 
50 



3 12 



11 13 
6 75 



4 00 
4 25 



7 00 
7 20 



WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



161 



ANCASTER. 

So called from the name of a township in the County of Wentworth, Ontario. The Circuit included 
that part of the Niagara Circuit which was situated at the head of Lake Ontario and Burlington 
Bay.' 



Year 



Names of Ministers. 



1808 

9 

10 

11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 



19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 



Samuel Belton 



William Case . 

Andrew Prindel ... 

Daniel Freeman 

Long Point Circuit united with it. 
Geo. W Densmore, Enoch Burdock 
Peter Covenhoven, Enoch Burdock 
John Rhodes, David Culp 
David Culp, Ezra Adams ... 
Thomas Whitehead, David Youmans . 
David Youmans, David Culp 
Isaac B. Smith, Joseph Hickox.. 

Jos. Hickox. 

Alpheus Davis 
George Ferguson, William Jones.. 
Alvin Torry, George Ferguson . . 
Daniel Shepherdson, John Ryerson . . . 

Laac B. Smith 

Isaac B. Smith, David Culp . . 
David Culp, Egerton Ryerson 
Joseph Gatchell, (Edward Heylaihd). 

Joseph Gatchell. Anson Green 

Thomas Madden, Anson Green. 
William Slater, Egerton Ryerson. 

William Smith, James Wilson 

William Griffis, John S. Attwood 
Samuel Belton, William Griffis. 
James Evans, Edwy M. Ryerson. . . . 
Henry Wilkinson, John Armstrong 
Ephraim Evans, John Watson . 



> Supplied by the Hamilton Ministers. 

Alexander McNab, Peter Ker 

Now included in Hamilton ( 'ircuit. . 



No. of 
Members. 



300 
320 

569 
569 
500 

459 
374 
246 

280 

582 
598 
579 
594 
424 
342 
345 
396 
502 
517 
592 
495 
680 
840 
608 
506 
596 



400 



Conting. 
Fund. 



Educa. 
Fund. 



Sup. M. 
Fund. 



$38 09 



$14 11 
21 00 
47 v?l 



40 25 



A village in the Township 



ANGUS. 

Essa, County of Simcoe, Ontario, 
and Angus Mission. 



Formerly part of the Nottawasaga 



1869 Joseph Deacon .... ...,..' 


56 








70 John Agar . . . . 


80 


4 88 


$4 00 


10 16 


71 John W. Totten. 


80 


5 57 


5 50 


12 00 


72 John W. Totten . 


* 150 


11 41 


6 50 


18 25 


73 John W Totten . 


131 


\ 9 96 


5 12 


24 31 


74 Sit Toronto Conference .. 


140 


8 16 


5 17 


15 60 


ARKONA . 











A village in the Township of Bosanquet, County of Lambton, Ontario. It was formerly included in 
the bounds of the Warwick Circuit. It is distant from London 35 miles, and from Sarnia 35 
miles. 

1861 Ezra A. Stafford 

62 James Kennedy .... 

63 James Kennedy 

64 James Kennedy . . ... 

65 Thomas Robson 

66 Robert O. Wilson . . . . 



165 


9 77 


4 09 


6 41 


148 


9 82 


5 28 


7 15 


144 


9 86 


5 45 


8 30 


160 


7 48 


3 30 


8 06 


150 


7 50 


3 50 


9 00 



One appointment from Barrie Circuit and one from Vespra added. 



162 



CIRCUITS, STATIONS AND MISSIONS. 




1867 Robert 0. Wilson 

68 Thomas Feather, James Charlton . 

69 James Whiting, Edmund S. Jones . 

70 James Whiting, John Grenfell . 

71 James Whiting ... ...... 

72 John Russell ...... 

73 John Russell 

74 See London Conference 



195 
166 
154 
148 
193 
94 
92 
102 



Conting. 
Fund. 



$14 63 

14 16 

8 26 

11 34 

11 3fi 

6 05 

5 02 

5 25 



Educa. 


Fund. 


$6 23 


6 62 


3 93 


6 60 


6 61 


3 12 


3 10 



Sup. M. 


Fund. 


$14 00 


14 05 


10 18 


13 00 


11 63 


6 12 



1 78 



4 38 
4 12 



ARNPRIOR. 

A village at the mouth of the Madawaska River, in the Township of McNab, Renfrew County, Ont, 
distant from Ottawa 40 miles, from Perth 40 miles, and /rom Brockville 70 miles. 

1861 Andrew L. Peterson .*. 

62 1 35 80 .... 2 50 

to > United with Pakenham Circuit. 
72) 

73 John Willson, B.A. 

74 See Montreal Conference . * 85 7 88 ,197 7 25 



ARRAN. 

A village and township in the County of Bruce, Ontario, distant from Collingwood 60 miles, and from 

Owen Sound 30 miles. 

1853 J mes Hutchinson 

54 ) 

»- 5 Name of Circuit changed to Southampton . . . 

56 George Jacques ... ... 

57 William R. Dyre . . 

58 William R. Dyre 

59 William R. Dyre 

60 William Hay ..... 

61 William Hay 

62 William Hay, John Stewart 

63 Isaac B. Tallman, Thomas Colling. 

64 Isaac B. Tallman, Andrew B. Chambers 

65 Name of Circuit now changed to Invermay . . . 



38 


1 04 


42 


1 10 


80 


2 78 


130 


1 90 


186 


1 88 


160 


2 00 


188 


5 55 


230 


5 62 


300 


5 66 


218 


1 38 


265 


1 66 





62 




1 03 




370 


1 24 


4 05 




3 64 


i si 


5 04 


3 00 


6 50 


3 25 


8 01 


3 30 


8 00 


1 00 


2 42 


1 58 


3 00 



ARTEMESIA. 



A village and township in the County of Grey, Ontario. Formerly called Proton Mission. 



1857 Joseph Hill, Robert Thompson 

58 Joseph Hill, Arthur Browning 

59 Alexander R. Campbell, Martin Begg ... 

60 Alexander R. Campbell, John N. Hewitt . . 

61 James F. Latimer, Dennis Huff . 

62 James F. Latimer, William J. Hewitt 

63 James F. Latimer, John Stewart 

64 George Jacques, James P. Kidd 

65 George Jacques, James McCartney 

66 George Jacques, John Saunders 

67 Josiah Greene, John R. Isaacs , 

68 Josiah Greene, David Williams 

69 Josiah Greene, David Williams 

70 Charles E. Perry, W. M. Bielby 

71 Charles E. Perry, Edward Charlton, Chas. Langford 

72 Charles E. Perry 

73 H. S. Matthews, John Turner ..... 

74 See Toronto Conference . ........ 



245 
224 
283 
325 
282 
290 
295 

h 218 
233 
247 
238 
320 
440 
548 

:372 
378 
384 
414 



6 57 



00 
76 
09 
65 
13 
13 
05 
40 
53 
55 



10 40 

11 41 
11 94 

7 63 

7 00 

8 06 
8 40 



50 
00 
00 

83 
02 
98 
34 
10 
75 
00 
00 



9 34 

7 00 

8 50 
4 50 



5 

7 
7 
4 
5 
11 



00 
00 
60 
00 
60 
42 



8 70 



50 
01 



6 91 
6 17 
25 10 
12 00 
11 00 
10 50 
14 00 

19 49 

20 50 



Forest set off. 



+ Homing's Mills set off. 



t Markdale set off. 



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163 



ARTHUR. 

A village and township in the County of Wellington, Ontario. Formerly part of the Durham Mission, 

distant from Guelph 25 miles. 



Year 



Names of Ministers. 



1855 Thomas Lawson 

56 Thomas Culbert. 

57) 

to > United with Mount Forest 

63) 

64 Nathaniel S. Burwash . . . 

65 Nathaniel S. Burwash 

66 Nathaniel S. Burwash 

67 Aaron D. Miller 

68 Aaron D. Miller 

69 Aaron D. Miller . . . 

70 George McNamara 

71 George McNamara 

72 George McNamara 

73 Robert Phillips . 

74 See London Conference 



No. of 
Members. 



33 
34 



49 
60 
75 
60 
66 
46 
40 
41 
61 
89 



Conting. 
Fund. 



$2 48 
4 58 



70 
76 
46 
56 
97 
57 
58 
61 
50 
09 




$0 62 
90 



56 
52 
70 
75 
80 
20 
1 69 
3 37 



Sup. M. 
Fund. 



$4 00 
3 15 



50 
37 

75 
00 
50 
75 
57 
25 
00 
09 



ARUNDEL. 

A township in the County of Argenteul, Province of Quebec, distant from Montreal about 90 mile* 

1863 Samuel E. Maudsley ... -I • • • • | • • • • I • • ■ • I 

64 Now called Harrington .... I 18 I .... ' 



ASPHODEL. 

A township in the County of Peterboro', Ontario. 



1842 John Williams, George Carr 

43 William Young, George Carr 

44 William Young, Abraham Dayman . . 

45 Name of Circuit changed to Norwood 



285 
266 
268 



11 37 
13 00 

17 58 



1 00 
5 63 
7 54 



AUGUSTA. 



347 
404 
450 
450 



330 
301 
505 
822 
750 
855 
623 
623 
506 
567 
590 
666 
983 
789 
385 
474 



A township on the St. Lawrence, in the County of Grenville, Ontario. The Circuit was formed out 
of the western part of the old Oswegotchie Circuit. 

1808 Daniel Pickett, John Reynolds . . . 

9 Ninian Holmes 

10 Elias Pattie 

11 John Rhodes, John Reynolds 

12 John Rhodes, Edward Cooper, Silas Hopkins 

H J No record owing to the war 

15 Thomas Madden, Andrew Prindle 

16 Andrew Prindle, Peter Jones 

17 Isaac Puffer, Elias Pattie, Thomas Demorest.. 

18 Wyatt Chamberlain, Robert Jeffers 

19 Robert Jeffers, R. M. Everts, Calvin N. Flint 

20 Thomas Goodwin, Kenneth McK. Smith 

21 Wyatt Chamberlain, George Farr 

22 Thomas Madden 

23 Thomas Madden, Joseph Castle 

24 Wyatt Chamberlain, Philander Smith 

25 W. Chamberlain, Jacob Poole, Richard Jones . . 

26 Franklin Metcalf, Richard Jones 

27 Franklin Metcalf, C. R. Allison 

28 George Bissell, Charles Wood ... 

29 Thomas Madden, Richard Jones 

30 Thomas Madden, Solomon Waldron 



* Note.— Up to the year 1828 
Brockville formed a part of this 
Circuit ; it was then set off as a 
Circuit itself. 



* Rideau set off. 



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CIRCUITS, STATIONS AND MISSIONS. 



Year 



1831 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
•39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
to 
62 
63 
64 
65 
66 
67 
68 



Names of Ministers." 



Ezra Healy, John Black ......... . . . . < 

Ezra Healy, Charles Wood, Wm. McFadden 
Alvah Adams, Simon Huntingdon ... 
Simon Huntingdon, William H. Williams 



United with Prescott Circuit. 

James Currie, Henry Shaler 
James Currie, Vincent B. Howard . 

Daniel Berney ...... 

Daniel Berney . 

Benjamin Nankeville, M. Baxter 

Benjamin Nankeville 

John Lever 

John Lever ........ 

Joseph W. McCallum 

Joseph W McCallum .... 

[ United with Prescott Circuit 

John Lever, William Burns 

Included in the Maitland Circuit. 



William Andrews 
William Andrews . 
Jay S. Youmans 
Jay S. Youmans 
Jay S. Youmans . . 
See North Augusta 



No. of 
Members. 



416 
629 
584 
598 
605 



540 
538 
342 
408 
380 
372 
326 
319 
312 

310 



337 



225 
225 
218 
191 
260 



Conting. 
Fund. 



$15 60 
15 70 

10 00 

11 66 

12 40 
12 50 
12.50 

7 55 

7 48 

8 00 



9 90 



Educa. 
Fund. 



<- i 



8 00 


$4 00 


15 50 


8 00 


4 00 


15 50 


9 00 


4 12 


16 00 


9 25 


4 25 | 


17 00 


15 


4 50 | 


20 00 



Sup. M. 
Fund. 



$15 40 
5 63 
8 45 



11 00 

4 34 

10 65 

10 92 

11 00 
13 40 
16 25 
15 18 

12 00 

8 00 



8 00 



AULTSVILLE. . , 

A village in the Township of Osnabruck, County of Stormont, Ontario. 

Circuit. 

1869 William Andrews ... 

70 Thomas W. Constable 

71 Thomas W. Constable .... 

72 Thomas W Constable. . 

73 William D. Brown 

74 See Montreal Conference 



Formerly part of the Moulinette 



20 00 

12 50 

13 00 

13 00 

14 00 
25 00 



260 


6 75 


4 00 


200 


4 75 


3 00 


172 


5 26 


4 30 


189 


6 02 


4 50 


202 


6 50 


4 10 


210 


6 70 


4 00 



273 
395 



22 00 
31 00 



AURORA. 

A village on the line ol the Townships of King and Whitchurch, in the County of York, Ontario— 
formerly part of the Newmarket Circuit. It is distant from Toronto by Northern R.R. 31 miles, 
by Yonge Street 25 miles. 

1856 Joseph W. McCallum, Wm. Hill, Wm. J. Hunter 

57 William McFadden, Alexander R. Campbell . . 

58 ) 

to > Part of Newmarket Circuit. 
67) 

68 John Shaw, Richard W. Woodsworth . . 

69 John Hunt, Daniel Cattanach 

70 John Hunt, William Mills 

71 John Hunt, John E. Lanceley 

72 Edward Barrass, j George Mclntyre 

( John Pickering 

73 Edward Barrass, John C. Stevenson 

74 See Toronto Conference 



257 
264 
222 

235 

285 
310 



17 13 
26 00 


8 62 
10 00 


11 58 

12 15 

13 32 


8 00 

8 35 

9 85 


15 09 


8 75 


19 06 
21 00 


8 00 
8 00 



30 80 
24 02 
18 00 

20 00 

21 07 
32 89 



AVENING. 

A Village in the. Township of Nottawasaga, County of Simcoe, Ontario. Formerly part of the Stayner 

Mission. 

1872 John V. Wilson... . 

73 John V Wilson ..... 120 864 2 si 5 10 

74 See Toronto Conference . . . ....... ... 128 8 66 2 33 7 49 



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165 



AVONMORE. 
A village in the Township of Roxboro', County of Stormont, Ontario 



Formerly Roxboro' Mission. 



Year 



Names of Ministers. 



1869 Andrew L. Peterson . . . 

70 Andrew L. Peterson 

71 John Storer. . . 

72 John Storer . 

73 William Taylor .... 

74 See Montreal Conference 



No. of 
Members. 



88 
140 
130 

84 
78 
70 




§4 50 



15 
78 
00 
20 
50 



Educa. 
Fund. 



S3 00 
3 10 
3 25 
1 75 
I 80 
1 70 



Sup. M. 
Fund. 



$13 00 

12 00 

7 60 

12 00 

7 00 

9 53 



AYLMER EAST. 

The County town of the County of Ottawa, Quebec. It was formerly called Hull Circuit, from the 
name of the Township. Distant from Ottawa City 8 miles. 

1849 James Elliott 

50 James Greener 

51 Daniel McMullen 

52 Asahel Hurlburt . . . 

53 Asahel Hurlburt 

54 William McGill 

55 Robert Robinson 

56 Silas Huntington 

57 Silas Huntington, Thomas Cleworth . 

58 William Scales, Edmund E. Sweet . 

59 William Scales, William W. Ross 

60 Joseph E. Sanderson, M. A 

61 Joseph E. Sanderson, M.A. 

62 James Armstrong 

63 James Armstrong .... ... 

64 Joshua H. Johnson, M.A 

65 Joshua H. Johnson, M.A 

66 John B. Armstrong. 

67 John B. Armstrong 

68 John B. Armstrong. 

69 Joseph Kilgour 

70 Conrad Vandusen 

71 Conrad Vandusen 

72 John Wakefield 

73 J. W. Sparling, B.D 

74 See Montreal Conference 



66 


10 94 




4 02 


62 


11 50 




4 10 


65 


12 00 


.... 


5 90 


60 


12 20 




6 00 


59 


14 12 




6 00 


52 


11 70 




6 15 


60 


11 20 




6 98 


60 


12 48 


5 10 


8 00 


90 


10 00 


4 00 


8 00 


136 


14 90 


4 00 


10 00 


136 


13 53 


4 00 


6 20 


123 


6 20 


2 74 


5 05 


89 


5 27 


1 25 


8 70 


90 


6 23 


1 47 


17 21 


72 


5 40 


1 50 


17 25 


78 


5 60 


3 50 


16 00 


65 


6 76 


3 14 


8 06 


65 


4 08 


1 66 


12 76 


65 


5 51 


2 10 


13 50 


67 


6 25 


2 25 


14 00 


68 


6 75 


3 50 


14 50 


59 


5 21 


2 03 


7 63 


67 


4 70 


2 15 


5 75 


64 


4 75 


2 20 


10 15 


41 


4 88 


4 00 


20 00 


83 


15 65 


6 63 


19 61. 



AYLMER WEST. 

A village in the Township of Malahide, County of Elgin, Ontario. It was formerly called Malahide 
Circuit, and is distant from London 26 miles, from St. Thomas 12 miles. 

1853 George Kennedy 

54 Francis Berry, William Williams, 

55 Francis Berry, James Morgan . . . 

56 Ozias Barber j £* D f Wakefield, 

( Brinton r. Brown, 

57 Ozias Barber, John N. Lake . . . 

58 Andrew A. Smith, George Brown . . . 

59 Andrew A. Smith, Samuel W. Messmore 

60 Alexander Campbell, Francis W Ware . 

61 Alexander Campbell, Ira C. Lee 

62 Alexander Campbell, John Russell .... 

63 James Hughes 

64 James Hughes, William Tucker 

65 Williaur Chapman, Alex. G. Harris. . 

66 William Chapman, Reginald H. Starr, B.A 

67 David C. Clappison, David Cattanach 
■68 David C. Clappison, Nathaniel Smith 

69 David C. Clappison, James S. Ross 

70 William Ames, George W. Calvert .... 



332 
315 
300 

/ 310 

400 
+ 283 
212 
240 
227 
208 
283 
242 
252 
272 
290 
274 
296 
310 



15 00 
10 00 

13 56 

14 00 

12 00 

9 60 

9 25 

9 51 

12 52 

8 75 

10 72 

10 40 

10 75 

12 50 

10 00 

11 84 

12 84 

15 00 



3 40 


3 00 


2 00 


2 52 


3 00 


4 43 


2 68 


3 20 


3 50 


4 40 


5 60 


5 00 


5 51 


8 00 


8 00 



7 50 

7 00 
10 20 

10 60 

10 80 

8 50 
7 00 
7 25 

9 00 
16 00 
19 00 
19 00 

21 00 
23 00 

22 00 
27 71, 
29 43 
34 00 



* Tenvoleton set off. 



+ See Bavham. 



166 



CIRCUITS, STATIONS AND MISSIONS. 



Year 


• 
Names of Ministers. 


No. of 
Members. 


Conting. 
Fund. 


Educa- 
Fund. 


Sup. M. 
Fund. 


1871 William Ames . . 

72 William Ames, Abel Edwards 

73 William McDonagh, Richard Hobbs ... . 


300 
243 
274 
350 


$17 00 

17 00 

18 00 

19 08 


$11 00 
9 45 
6 00 
9 00 


$35 00 
30 00 
33 00 
60 00 



AYLWIN.. 
A village and township in the County of Ottawa, Quebec, distant from Ottawa City 60 miles. 



1864 Isaac Gold . . .... 












30 


1 70 


• • • 


2 05 


66 Samuel Teeson .... 


30 


1 25 


* ■ • > 


1 20 


67 Samuel Teeson 


33 


1 45 


80 


3 94 


68 Samuel Teeson 


41 


4 06 


2 05 


7 15 


69 John Wilson 


46 


4 00 


2 00 


5 99 


70 John Wilson, Thomas Hadden .... ... 


175 


12 00 


12 00- 


21 00 


71 Charles V. Lake Richard Shier . . ... 


180 


7 00 


16 00 


11 00 


72 Charles V. Lake (Joseph Carr) . . ... 


145 


7 00 


7 50 


6 50 


73 Charles V Lake . . . 


141 


7 00 


2 00 


8 00 


74 See Montreal Conference .... 


137 


6 00 


2 00 


9 00 



B. 



BALTIMORE and GRAFTON. 

Two villages in the Township of Hamilton, County of Northumberland, Ontario. Formerly part of 
the Cobourg Circuit. Baltimore is 5 miles north of Cobourg, and Grafton 7 miles east. * 

1859 Nicholas R. Willoughby 

60 Amos E. Russ 

61 Amos E. Russ ... 

62 Thomas Lawson 

63 Thomas Lawson 

64 John Bredin 

65 John Bredin ... 

-g \ David A. Johnston 



John Burwash, B.A. 

67 James Graham 

Plainville united. 

68 Charles Silvester, Robert Davey 

69 Charles Silvester, Edwin Washington . 

70 Charles Silvester 

71 Joseph L. Sanders. . . 
-„ | Joseph L. Sanders 

( Matthew Robison. 
7 „ j Thomas S. Keough. . . 
'°{ Thomas W Campbell. 
74 See Toronto Conference . 



W. G. Howson . 



I- 



85 


1 23 


2 58 


85 


5 27 


2 15 


133 


6 46 


4 19 


104 


6 46 


3 00 


108 


6 50 


2 00 


110 


6 80 


2 28 


100 


5 00 


3 00 


85 


10 25 


1 30 


89 


13 30 


4 72 


144 


18 14 


9 20 


* 142 


16 57 


9 50 


102 


9 93 


5 12 


101 


10 00 


5 30 


108 


10 00 


6 00 


90 


10 05 


6 05 



6 33 
5 40 

4 00 

5 00 
4 00 
4 50 


13 00 


7 23 


12 20 
22 00 
22 00 

12 75 


27 75 


28 00 


27 40 



BANNOCKBURN. 

A village in the Township of Madoc, County of Hastings, Ontario— formerly known as the Hastings 

Road Mission. 

1866 Robert Godfrey 

67 Robert Godfrey 

68 William Norton. 

69 William Norton. 

70 William Norton.... . .. '.'. ..'.'.. 

71 See L'Amable and Madoc ... 



64 


4 02 


2 18 


47 


2 70 


91 


50 


2 71 


55 


52 


1 07 


2 02 


54 


71 


1 36 


63 


87 


1 39 



3 15 
3 30 
3 33 
1 95 
1 18 
1 74 



WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



167 



BARRIE. 

The County town of the County of Simcoe, Ontario. It is situated at the head of Kempenfeldt Bay, 
on Lake Simcoe. Distant from Toronto 64 miles, from Collingwood 32 miles. It was formerly 
included in the Lake Simcoe, Coldwater and Barrie Mission. 



Year 



Names of Ministers. 



1839 William Price , 

40 Thomas McMullen 

41 Thomas McMullen, Michael Fawcett .' 

42 John Lever, Richard Williams 

43 John Lever, Reuben Robinson 

44 Horace Dean, Francis Coleman 

45 Horace Dean, J. W. Cawthorne 

46 William Graham, W. S. Blackstock. 

47 William Graham, Joseph Hill 

48 Luther 0. Rice 

49 Luther 0. Rice ... 

50 Lewis Warner . . 

51 Lewis Warner, Thomas Culbert, J. M. Clarke 

52 Lewis Warner, Andrew Edwards . 

53 John Douse, Andrew Edwards 

54 John Douse, John S. Clarke 

^ 55 John Douse , 

56 William McFadden 

57 Joseph W. McCallum 

58 Joseph W. McCallum. , 

59 Joseph W. McCallum 

60 James C. Slater, John F. Messmore 

61 James C. Slater, Robert H. Smith. . 

62 James C. Slater, Thomas Bell. . 

63 George H. Davis, Thomas Feather. 

64 George H. Davis, Le Roy Hooker. . . . 

65 George H. Davis, John Burwash, B.A. 

66 William Pollard, John H. Keppel 

67 William Pollard.. .. .. 

68 William Hansford . 

69 William Hansford . 

70 William Hansford 

71 N. R. Willoughby, M.A 

72 David C. McDowell 

73 David C. McDowell 

74 See Toronto Conference 



No. of 
Members. 




130 
146 
190 
189 
202 
258 
200 
205 
194 
163 
209 
261 
166 
230 
273 
'286 
138 
130 
160 
162 
173 
204 
249 
277 
278 
244 
230 
271 
160 
158 
152 
144 
240 
284 
284 



.$ 2 02 
1 40 
5 10 
5 68 

10 30 
9 80 
5 83 



11 

12 

8 

11 

21 



58 
18 
83 
63 
74 



26 03 



15 
14 



56 

79 



14 30 

14 98 

15 00 
15 80 

18 95 

19 00 

15 38 
10 45 
12 11 
28 56 

16 50 

17 62 
16 80 

18 48 

28 00 

29 68 
24 98 



Educa. 
Fund. 



Sup. M. 
Fund. 



$2 13 



03 
32 

00 
85 
80 
18 
78 
42 
62 





8 50 




25 25 


p14 06 


26 50 


8 25 


41 98 


7 00 


36 00 


7 25 


37 75 


4 75 


40 00 


5 00 


37 00 


3 51 


30 76 


4 50 


31 00 


5 00 


32 61 


6 50 


30 47 


4 51 


21 40 


4 42 


24 92 


12 89 


26 00 


9 40 


21 15 


10 00 


25 04 


10 15 


26 00 


13 54 


27 27 


15 10 


41 55 


13 05 


42 25 


20 00 


46 58 



BATH. 

A village on the north shore of the Bay of Quinte, in the Township of Earnestown, Addington County » 
Ontario. It is distant from Kingston 18 miles, and from Belleville 36 miles. The Circuit in 
eludes the Isle of Tanti, or Amherst Isle, and was formerly part of the Bay of Quinte Circuit. 



1840 Conrad Vandusen, Joseph Reynolds 


• 








41 William Haw, Daniel Wright . ... 


243 


10 73 






42 Cyrus R. Allison, Gilbert Miller 


232 


11 10 






43 Cyrus R. Allison, Robert Corson 


262 


13 28 






44 Cyrus R. Allison, Erastus Hurlburt 


272 


12 27 






45 John Black, William Cotton 


270 


12 32 






46 John Black, Joseph Hill . 


264 


10 25 ' 




47 Michael Fawcett (Sec Amhrrst Isle). 


190 


9 00 i 


1 


48 Michael Fawcett, James Armstrong ... 


272 


7 00 i . 




49 Stephen Miles, James Armstrong 


270 


8 33 . 


1 


50 George Carr, John W. German 


255 


7 32 






235 


9 70 








243 


12 02 






53 George Beynon, William Bryers . 


246 


12 19 






54 George Beynon, Aaron D. Miller 


318 


11 56 






55 David C. Clappison, William Shannon 


305 


9 98 






56 David" C. Clappison, Jay S. Youmans. ... 


452 


12 57 4 


00 





6 50 


6 00 


6 28 


12 04 


2 00 


4 50 


5 25 


3 63 


5 40 


4 75 


6 50 


6 98 


8 25 


5 12 


4 50 


12 00 



See Ttinisfil. 



+ See Vesnra. 



1 One aDDointment £riven to Ansrus Mission. 



168 



CIRCUITS, STATIONS, AND MISSIONS. 



Year 



Names of Ministers- 



No. of 
Members. 



Conting. 
Fund. 



Educa. 
Fund. 



Sup. M. 
Fund. 



1857 David C Clappison, Robert H. Smith. . . . 

58 J. Herbert Starr, William Short. 

59 J. Herbert Starr, William H. Peake 

60 J. Herbert Starr, Edmund S. Shorey 

61 Henry Lanton, George H. Field 

62 Henry Lanton, William H. Schofield, B.A. . 

63 John W. German, Moses M. Johnson 

64 John W. German, Moses M. Johnson . .... 

65 John W. German, Peter E. W. Moyer, B.A. 

66 Edward Barrass . . 

67 Edward Barrass \ Wm " Watson Edwards, ) 
0/ inward Barrass, j William Wesley Millei . 7 j 

68 Edward Barrass, John Ridley 

69 Richard L. Tucker, Robert F. Oliver .... 

70 Richard L. Tucker, John C. Garrett 

71 David Chalmers, Wm. Rilance 

72 David Chalmers . 

73 David Chalmers, John J. Leech 

74 See Montreal Conference ... .... 



324 
289 
296 
261 
280 
235 
240 
239 
248 
248 
230 

250 

250 
260 
274 
281 
278 
287 



$12 77 
13 18 
13 12 

8 59 
12 00 

9 00 
8 51 

12 35 

12 74 
16 60 

13 89 

16 04 

15 02 
15 50 
15 60 
20 15 
20 00 
19 05 



$6 00 
5 00 



68 
62 
35 
04 
04 
85 
26 
40 
34 



7 39 

13 80 
15 00 
15 00. 
11 00 
10 00 
10 45 



$21 75 
23 20 
14 65 
21 00 
20 00 
18 69 
6 35 
14 10 
20 65 

51 30 

52 13 

33 42 

25 53 
27 20 
30 00 

32 00 

33 50 

34 75 



BATHURST. 
A township in the County of Lanark, Ontario. Formerly part of the Perth Circuit. 



1867 Henry W. Maxwell 

68 Joseph H. Chant 

69 See Glentay . . , . , 



105 
91 



5 00 

5 00 



10 
00 



7 81 
6 25 



BATTERSEA. 

A village in the Township of Storrington, County of Frontenac, Ontario. 

Kingston Circuit. 

1866 Andrew L. Peterson . . 

67 Webster W. Leech „ 

68 Webster W, Leech 

69 Henry Irvine ...... 

70 Samuel Fear . . 

71 Samuel Fear 

72 Samuel Fear 

73 Samuel Might ... 

74 See Montreal Conference 



Formerly part of Waterloo, 



95 


3 02 


1 17 


76 


7 59 


2 27 


80 


7 66 


3 50 


70 


7 72 


3 53 


60 


7 72 


3 53 


66 


7 00 


2 50 


66 


7 00 


1 25 


121 


10 95 


5 13 



25 
00 



6 92 



00 
00 
00 
00 
17 



67 George Jacques 

68 George Jacques 

69 Edward Cragg 

70 Edward Cragg 

71 Isaac B. Tallman 

72 Isaac B. Tallman . . . 

73 Luther O. Rice . 

74 See London Conference 



6 00 



BAYFIELD. 

A village on Lake Huron, in the Township of Stanley, Huron County, Ontario. It was formerly part 
of Goderich Mission. Distant from Goderich 12 miles, and from London 52 miles. 

1855 William Norton. 

' 56 James Berry . 

57 Henry Bawtinhimer, Hall Christopherson 

58 Thomas Hadwin, Samuel H. Seeley 

59 Thomas Hadwin, Elias W Frazee . . 

60 Thomas Robson, George Jones 

61 Thomas Robson, Webster W Leech 

62 Orrin H. Ellsworth, Thomas Kelly 

63 Orrin H. Ellsworth, Thomas E. Garbutt 

64 William R. Dyre, Joseph H. Chant 

65 William R. Dyre, George Leech. . 

66 William R. Dyre 



74 
64 
170 
135 
138 
121 
181 
204 
194 
156 
131 
105 
103 
103 
130 
135 
126 
109 
115 



■ . 


• • . . 


4 00 


2 37 


1 13 




7 40 




7 48 


1 03 


4 00 


2 00 


5 34 


2 16 


8 00 


4 69 


8 50 


4 70 


7 68 


2 35 


4 63 


2 46 


5 68 


2 91 


5 81 


3 09 


4 29 


4 12 


5 10 


5 70 


6 25 


3 50 


6 76 


3 00 


6 84 


2 48 


6 17 




10 40 


2 60 



5 00 


2 10 


4 30 


5 00 


6 00 


10 75 


18 00 


14 86 


10 13 


12 21 


14 10 


14 64 


17 00 


10 75 


12 00 


10 00 


59 00 


13 6,1 



WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



169 



BAYHAM. 

A village and township in the County of Elgin, Ontario. It was formerly part of the Aylmer Circuit. 
It is about 19 miles from St. Thomas, 20 miles from Ingersoll, and 11 miles from Port Burwell, 
on Lake Erie. 



Year 



Names of Ministers. 



1857 Brinton P. Brown 

58 Brinton P. Brown 

59 Brinton P. Brown 

60 Philip Rose 



61 

62 
63 
64 

65 

66 



Henry Reid 

Henry Reid 

Thomas Crews .. . 
Thomas Crews 

Thomas Crews, 

Wm. C. Watson, B.A., 
William F. Morrison, B.A., William Taylor. 



William Taylor. 



No. of 
Members. 



67 See Tilsonburg . 



250 
275 
290 
225 
253 
246 
231 

236 

300 
323 



Conting. 
Fund. 



$3 00 



63 
65 
32 
80 
74 
75 

8 00 

16 00 
16 05 



Educa. 
Fund. 



."?1 
1 
3 
3 
4 
4 
3 



00 
21 
42 
34 

44 
60 
50 



3 60 

10 15 
10 22 



Sup. M. 
Fund. 



$3 00 

3 00 

4 43 

5 51 
12 20 

15 00 
12 00 

16 00 

31 10 
26 50 



BAY OF QUINTE. 

Ihis Circuit received its name from the Bay which separates the County of Prince Edward from the 
Counties of Hastings and Lennox, Ontario. It was formerly called Cataraqui Circuit, and is 
noted in Canadian Methodist History as being the Circuit on which the first Methodist Church in 
Canada was built. 



Year 



Ministers 



No. of 
Members. 



1795 Elijah Woolsey, Sylvanus Keeler 

96 Samuel Coate 

97 Samuel Coate .... 

98 Darius Dunham 

99 Samuel Coate . ... 

1800 Sylvanus Keeler, Wm. Anson . . 

1 Sylvanus Keeler, Daniel Pickett.. 

2 J. Sawyer, P Vannest, N. Bangs 

3 N. Bangs, J. Sawyer, T. Madden 

4 Sylvanus Keeler, Reuben Harris] 

5 Henry Ryan, William Case . . . . j 

6 Henry Ryan 

7 Luther Bishop, Elias Pattie. . . . i 

8 Ninian Holmes, Cephas Hulbert: 

9 C. Lambert, J. Lockwood . 

10 Thos. Whitehead, P. Covenhoven 

11 Thos. Whitehead, E. Cooper. . . . 

12 I. B. Smith, John Reynolds. 

13 ) 

■j , [ No record, owing to the war. 

15 David Culp, Ezra Adams.. 

16 Thomas Madden, Ezra Adams. 

17 Thomas Madden, N. Reeder 

18 Isaac Puffer, James Wilson.. 

19 Isaac Puffer, James Wilson. . 

20 Robert Jeffers, D. 0. Spore. . . . 



265 
270 
447 
447 
412 
412 
464 
531 
520 
518 
510 
656 
696 
649 
632 
622 
655 
655 



511 

634 
730 
755 
722 
760 



Year 



Ministers. 



No. of 
Members. 



1821 Robert Jeffers, Franklin Metcalf. 

22 J. G. Peale, Wyatt Chamberlain. 

Kingston now united with it... 

23 Wyatt Chamberlain 

24 John Ryerson, Wm. Slater. 

25 P. Smith, S. Waldron 

26 Ezra Healy, Samuel Belton, Geo. 

Poole . 

Kingston again set off 

27 .Samuel Belton 

28 Solomon Waldron, R. Heyland . . ] 

29 Rowley Heyland, George Bissell 

30 George Ferguson, George Bissell. . 

31 George Ferguson, Alex. Irvine 

32 Matthew Whiting, Geo. Poole... 

33 Matthew Whiting, J. Musgrove. 

34 Rowley Heyland, E. Shepherd 

35 Rowley Heyland, D. McMullen. 

36 John Black, William Young. . . 

37 J. Black, W. Young, W Deverill 

38 C. Vandusen, Wm. H. Williams. 

39 C. Vandusen, Wm. H. Williams.' 

40 This year the Circuit was divided 
into the Bath and Napanee Cir- 
cuits — which see. 



721 

505 
486 
517 

518 

930 

966 

551 
657 
686 
823 
749 
780 
609 
620 
590 
640 
643 
632 
721 



BEAMSVILLE. 

A small village situate in the Township of Clinton, County of Lincoln, Ontario, distant from St. 
Catharines 12 miles,and from Hamilton 24 miles. Formerly part of Grimsby Circuit. 

1869 Joseph H. Locke . . ... . . . . I ... • • • 

70 James Broley . 116 $8 69 *5 00 §10 55 

71 Robert H. Waddell .. 103 8 70 ! 6 66 1100 

72 Robert H. Waddell. .. ... Ill 8 76 6 68 12 21 

73 Robert H. Waddell . . 112 10 47 6 70 14 35 

74 See London Conference ....... 102 11 12 6 90 14 60 



170 



CIRCUITS, STATIONS AND MISSIONS. 



BEARBROOK. 

A village in the Township of Cumberland, County of Russell, Ontario. Formerly part of the Osgoode 

Mission. Distant from Ottawa City 18 miles. 



Year 



Names of Ministers. 



1858 James Thornton. . = .... 
59 Hiram Fowler. . 

60) 

to } Included in the Russell Mission . 
6i) 

65 Jabez B. Keough ........ 

66 Jabez B. Keough . . . ... 

67 George H. Kenny. 

68 George H. Kenny. . 

69 George H. Kenny. . ... 

70 William H. Peake 

71 (John Todd, M. A.) 

72 job Roadhouse .... 

73 Job Roadhouse , . . 

74 See Montreal Conference ... . 



No. of 


Conting. 


Educa. 


Members. 


Fund. 


Fund. 


26 




... 


55 


$1 00 


$8 81 


93' 


2 06 


2'if 


87 


2 72 


1 80 


84 


5 38 


1 02 


76 


3 51 


1 16" 


66 


4 61 


2 90 


66 


5 07 


3 87 


62 


4 41 


1 62 


74 


4 45 


1 65 


75 


5 27 


1 79 



Sup. M. 
Fund. 



$1 25 



2 54 
2 10 

11 40 

12 71 

8 50 
10 28 

15 99 
6 12 

16 00 



BEAVERTON. 

A village on Lake Simcoe, in the Township of Thorah, County of Ontario, Province of Ontario. 
Formerly Point Mara Mission. It is distant from Toronto 75 miles, from Whitby 45 miles, from 
Orillia 25 miles, and from Belle Ewart 30 miles. In 1862 and 1863 the Mission had appointments 
in the Townships of Thorah, Mara, Eldon, Carden, Dalton, and Fenelon. 

1862 George H. Cornish ... 60 2 00 160 5 00 

63 George H. Cornish .... . 74 2 53 2 05 6 00 

64 Edmund S. Rupert, B.A .... 77 2 70 212 6 20 

65 Edmund S. Rupert, B. A 52 2 72 130 4 40 

66 Edmund S. Rupert, B.A . . 50 2 78 1 32 4 40 

67 John C. Wilson . ... 50 2 93 173 4 85 

68 John C. Wilson. .... . ... 38 3 47 2 50 5 00 

69 John C. Wilson. .. .. 45 3 50 3 00 9 12 

70 Albert C. Wilson ... . . . 56 3 60 3 10 9 50 

71 Albert C. Wilson . 100 5 22 6 86 9 08 

72 Albert C. Wilson 85 5 60 5 15 8 50 

73 Edwin A. Chown, B A . .. 95 10 01 4 35 9 00 

74 See Toronto Conference . . .* ... 95 11 94 5 62 10 29 



BELLEVILLE. 

A city in the County of Hastings, Ontario. It is situated at the mouth of the River Moira, on the 
north shore of the Bay of Quinte. Distant from Kingston 54 miles, and from Toronto 113 miles. 

1817 Israel Chamberlain 
18 James Griggs Peale 
,q t John Tuke, 

) Franklin Metcalfe, 

20 Thomas Madden 

21 Calvin N. Flint 

22 Charles Wood 

23 Jacob Poole 

24 Samuel Belton 

25 James Wilson . .. 

26 David Breakenridge 

27 John S. Attwood . . 

28 John S. Attwood, John Carroll . 

29 John Beatty, Gilbert Miller 

30 John Beatty, William Patrick 

31 Richard Jones, James Musgrove . 

32 Thomas Bevitt, Edmund Shepherd 

33 John C. Davidson. * 536 .. 9 00 

34 Henry Wilkinson .. . 122 .„ 4 93 



165' 




:::: 


156 


.... 




156 


,. 




156 






160 






186 






207 






206 


• > • • 




301 






320 






424 


• • • • 




474 






511 


.... 




509 




1 


690 






. *536 






122 





-. . .. 



WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



171 



Year 



Names of Ministers. 



1835 Henry Wilkinson 

36 Henry Wilkinson 

37 Matthew. Lang 

38 Edwy M. Ryerson . 

39 Edwy M. Ryerson . 

40 Edwy M. Ryerson . 

41 Wellington Jeffers 

42 William McCullough 

43 William McCullough 

44 William Haw . . 

45 Isaac B. Howard, George F. Playter . 

46 Isaac B. Howard 

47 John Gemley 

48 John Gemley 

49 John Gemley . . . . 

50 Richard Jones 

51 Richard Jones 



\ James Preston, 

( Thomas D. Pearson 



52 John Ryerson, 

53 George Young 

54 George Young ... .... 

55 John Carroll ... 

56 John Carroll, Joseph L. Sanders. 

.57 John Carroll, Thomas S. Keough .... 

58 Ephraim B. Harper, William C. Henderson 

59 Ephraim B. Harper, Charles Lavell . 

60 Ephraim B. Harper, M.A., Charles Lavell . . . 

61 John Douse, Nathaniel Burwash, B.A 

62 John Douse, Nathaniel Burwash, B.A ... . 

63 John Douse, William Hall, B.A. 

64 Samuel Rose, William Hall, B.A. 

65 James Preston, William Hall, B.A 

66 James Preston, Wm. Isaac Shaw, B.A., LL.B 

67 James Preston, John Burwash, M. A 

68 George R. Sanderson, John Burwash, M.A 

69 George R. Sanderson, David L. Brethour. . 

70 George R. Sanderson, David L. Brethour . . . 

71 Henry F. Bland, David L. Brethour . . 

72 Henry F. Bland, Chas. A. Hanson. 

73 Henry F. Bland, Chas. A. Hanson 

74 See Toronto Conference 



No. of 
Members. 



116 
162 
170 
165 
182 
179 
150 
168 
230 
260 
216 
198 
180 
250 
250 
280 
263 

250 



Conting. 


Fund. 


$9 25 


12 


00 


9 00 


5 


43 


6 


90 


6 


93 


9 


14 


9 


18 


9 


50 


9 


50 


7 


20 


13 


05 


20 


00 


24 


04 


34 


00 


28 


25 


1 K 


-~ 



Educa. 
Fund. 



Sup. M. 
Fund. 

$7 12 
14 00 
14 00 

12 32 
16 40 

9 00 

13 18 



73 

00 
25 
50 
50 
00 
8 00 
16 00 

25 00 

26 00 

27 00 



240 


15 


75 






27 65 


300 


25 


S7 






30 00 


330 


! 26 


34 


$18 


50 


134 00 


595 


l 36 


00 


27 


20 


106 00 


478 


i 40 


28 


20 


40 


06 50 


467 


36 


91 


16 


22 


72 52 


543 


38 


45 


25 


20 


192 67 


413 


30 


63 


22 


10 


110 05 


389 


29 


79 


21 


40 


117 50 


420 


37 


90 


16 


72 


117 48 


407 


28 


68 


11 


62 


107 02 


460 


28 


53 


11 


62 


08 75 


500 


32 


27 


14 


62 


63 52 


478 


34 


62 


21 


73 


75 13 


481 


40 


52 


15 


10 


93 45 


442 


33 05 


17 


35 


93 85 


462 


35 


18 


25 


75 


95 15 


450 


46 


53 


17 


00 


101 05 


503 


37 


17 


22 


75 


112 61 


480 


45 


25 


23 


39 


130 54 


490 


47 


05 


22 


13 


132 80 


506 


48 


10 


22 


63 


153 51 



BELL'S CORNERS. 

A village in the Township of Nepean, County of Carlton, Ontario. Distant from Ottawa City 
9 miles. The Circuit was formerly a part of Huntley Mission. 



1856 Thomas McMullen 

57 William Scales . . . . 

58 Robert Robinson 

59 Robert Robinson 

60 Robert Robinson . . 

61 Levi Vanderburg. 

62 Levi Vanderburg. 

63 Levi Vanderburg. ... 

64 Edmund E. Sweet r 

65 Richard Wilson 

66 Richard Wilson 

67 John A. Dowler 

69 David Chalmers ... 

70 David Chalmers 

March Mission united. 

71 Webster W Leech, Thomas Hadden . 

72 Webster W. Leech, Arthur Whitesides . 

73 Jabez B. Keough 

74 See Montreal Conference 



69 
85 
164 
114 
114 
140 
240 
255 
204 
180 
208 
162 
160 
162 
150 
218 
213 
169 



8 05 


4 66 


5 33 


2 00 


6 50 


4 50 


5 50 


3 50 


6 00 


3 65 


5 50 


2 50 


6 05 


3 70 


6 15 


3 75 


6 52 


4 00 


6 52 


4 00 


10 39 


3 69 


8 47 


3 70 


7 33 


2 65 


12 00 


10 00 


14 00 


13 50 


22 00 


9 70 


15 71 


10 44 


7 92 


2 62 



6 00 
2 93 
8 00 

7 00 
7 25 

13 55 

13 60 

14 00 
14 00 
21 65 
23 00 
21 00 

21 12 

22 00 

23 00 
30 90 
30 58 
20 38 



March again set off. 



172 



CIRCUITS, STATIONS AND MISSIONS. 



BELMONT. 

A village in the Township of South Dorchester, County of Elgin, Ontario. It is distant from London 
13 miles, and was formerly part of London Circuit. 



Year 



Names of Ministers. 



1853 Ephraim L. Koyl. 

54 I Richard Phelps, ) 
/ William Savage, \ 

55 William Savage . . . 



56 William Savage 

57 John Hutchinson, William W Clarke 

58 John Hutchinson 

59 George Cochran, Peter Addison ... 

60 George Cochran, Samuel Hume 

61 Wm- Di<n.n. $ W-m. S - McCullough \ 



Dignam } william Tucker 

62 Samuel Tucker, Wm. Tucker 

63 Samuel Tucker, John Russell 

64 Samuel Tucker, Alex. G. Harris . . . 

65 James Kennedy, Wm. W. Shepherd .... 

66 James Kennedy, Joseph W, Sparling . 

67 James Kennedy, Peter W. Jones 

68 Thomas Crews, James S. Ross . . 

69 Thomas Crews, James Charlton 

70 Thomas Crews, James Charlton 

71 Hugh McLean, Robert H. Hall 

72 Hugh McLean, Austin Potter. . . 

73 Andrew Edwards, James Watson. ... 

74 See London Conference . ... 

BELMORE. 
A small village in the Township of Turnberry, Huron County, Ontario, 

1857 William Shannon 

58 William Irwin 

59 Included in the Teeswater Mission 



No. of 


Conting. 


Educa. 


Members. 


Fund. 


Fund. 


163 


$6 81 




226 


4 00 


$1 20 


270 


6 45 


1 92 


281 


2 10 


3 00 


287 


19 60 


5 25 


300 


14 81 


4 25 


302 


11 24 


6 80 


326 


12 97 


5 56 


320 


8 00 


3 45 


284 


13 08 


5 72 


288 


14 63 


6 15 


313 


14 96 


6 21 


287 


16 91 


8 66 


291 


17 38 


8 70 


233 


17 63 


9 00 


258 


15 30 


10 02 


258 


15 75 


11 00 


250 


18 13 


12 00 


213 


16 21 


6 00 


225 


16 75 


6 35 


230 


16 95 


7 00 



Sup. M. 
Fund. 



41 
50 



70 
75 



25 



$6 80 

2 40 
9 00 

11 00 
8 00 
6 00 

11 00 

24 30 

25 00 
30 00 

35 61 

36 50 
36 96 

39 77 

40 00 

44 44 

45 00 

46 00 
40 00 
30 00 
45 13 



2 15 

50 



BERLIN. 
The County town of the County of Waterloo, Ontario. 

67 miles from Toronto, and 



1854 



Andrew A. Smith 



John Williams, 
, Richard Pinch, 

55 Thomas Robson, Andrew A. Smith 

56 United with Gait Circuit 

57 Luther O. Rice, Alexander Sutherland . 

58 Samuel C. Philp 

59 Samuel C. Philp, Samuel C. Philp, jr 

60 Samuel C. Philp, jg-jd Kennedy, | 

61 Richard L. Tucker, Elias W Frazee. .. 

62 Richard L. Tucker, John Hyndman . . 

63 Richard L. Tucker, John H. Keppel. . . . 

64 William Savage, John Armstrong, 3rd 

65 William Savage, George M. Brown . . . 

66 Joseph Sheply ...... 

67 Joseph Sheply 

68 Thomas- A. Ferguson, John Scott, B.A. 

69 Thomas A. Ferguson, Isaac Tovell . 

70 Thomas A. Ferguson, James F. Metcalfe 

71 Thomas Stobbs, William Mills 

72 Thomas Stobbs, Jabez Edmonds . . 

73 Christopher Cookman, William Baugh. 

74 See London Conference 



It is in the Township of Berlin, and is about 
22 from Stratford. 



245 
280 
114 
200 
178 

217 

178 
204 
210 
220 
224 
209 
121 
130 
186 
216 
222 
175 
180 
230 





• • . . 


14 00 


5 60 


16 00 


8 00 


15 94 


7 07 


7 32 


5 77 


10 75 


6 10 


11 40 


5 10 


9 19 


2 24 


10 12 


4 07 


10 55 


4 25 


12 31 


5 00 


12 00 


5 20 


11 10 


5 36 


8 97 


3 21 


10 29 


4 45 


16 79 


6 82 


19 77 


8 78 


19 00 


9 35 


12 07 


6 00 


9 83 


6 25 


22 51 


9 45 



23 00 


50 00 


5 95 


10 90 


13 40 


13 52 


10 00 


11 07 


12 00 


15 21 


15 60 


10 52 


21 94 


26 27 


39 62 


55 62 


47 04 


20 00 


19 00 


44 00 



BERVIE. 
A small village in the Township of Kincardine, County of Bruce, Ontario. Formerly part of Kincardine 

P!iw»i , n+. 



1872 Andrew Milliken 

73 Andrew Milliken 

74 See London Conference 



Circuit. 



187 
216 



10 27 
10 03 



50 
26 



13 50 
20 00 



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173 



BLAIRTON. 
A village in the Township of Belmont, County of Peterboro', Ontario. 



Formerly Havelock Circuit. 



Year 


• 

Names of Ministers. 


No. of 
Members. 


Conting. 
Fund. 


Educa. 
Fund. 


Sup. M. 
Fund. 


1872 
73 
74 


John A. Jewell, B. A . . 


124 
131 
100 


|3 00 
2 20 


$2 00 
1 45 


$5 50 
5 65 




1 90 ' 1 60 


6 03 



119 


2 73 




114 


3 14 




110 


3 25 





BLANSHARD. 
A township in the County of Perth, Ontario. 

1848 Thomas Williams 

49 Thomas Williams , . . .... 

50 John Williams ...... ........ 

51 Name of Circuit changed from Blanshard to St. Mary's 

BLENHEIM. 

A village and township in the County of Oxford, Ontario. Distant from Drumbo 
miles, from Woodstock 20 miles, and from Hamilton 68 miles. 

1851 Joseph Sheply. . 

52 Joseph Sheply, John Wakefield 

53 John Williams .... 

"jL | United with Berlin Circuit 

56 Thomas Robson . ... 

57 Henry Reid 

58 Henry Reid, William W- Clarke 

59 Joseph Messmore, George Brown 

60 Joseph Messmore, j g^f k^* 

61 Joseph Messmore, George McRae . 

62 Samuel Fear, David Chalmers . . 

63 Samuel Fear, David Chalmers 

64 Bichard J. Forman, John H. Keppel 

65 Richard J. Forman, John H. Keppel 

66 Now called Washington Circuit 



R.R. 



204 


8 77 


257 


10 67 


257 




281 


14 15 


332 


15 40 


324 


11 56 


271 


12 00 


250 


11 00 


239 


12 25 


270 


12 30 


270 


15 01 


250 


14 12 


260 


14 72 



7 00 


9 10 


8 00 


4 00 


4 00 


4 50 


4 53 


4 77 


5 15 


6 55 



250 


9 00 


3 00 


240 


14 00 


9 00 


250 


14 25 


10 00 


270 


3 32 


10 00 


275 


16 09 


8 00 


273 


15 71 


8 00 


267 


16 50 


7 56 



1 


45 


2 


95 


3 


00 


Station 4 


13 


00 


13 


25 


16 


15 


19 


22- 


18 65 


12 


00 


13 


00 


17 


32 


19 


50 


18 50 


20 75 


31 


50 


iu Circuit. 


12 66 


16 50 


16 


60 


16 


25' 


39 57 


43 


03 


44 


50 



BLENHEIM. 
A village in the Township of Harwich, County of Kent, Ontario. Formerly known as Rond Eau Circuit. 

1868 William Chapman, Edwin McCollum 

69 George T. Richardson, Joseph Galloway 

70 George T. Richardson, Joseph Galloway 

71 Joseph Sheply, Alfred L. Holmes ... 

72 Joseph Sheply, William H. Fife 

73 David Ryan, Richard J. James .... 

74 See London Conference .... 

BLOOMFIELD and CHERRY VALLEY. 
Two villages in the County of Prince Edward, Ontario. Formerly part of the Picton Circuit. 

1868 David L. Brethour.. 

69 Davidson McDonald. . ... .... 

70 William S. MeCullough, M. A. . . .... 

71 Jacob E. Howell, M. A.. .- 

72 Jacob E. Howell, M.A. . . 

73 Jacob E. Howell, M.A. 

74 See Toronto Conference ... .... 

BLYTH. 

A village on the line of the Townships of Morris and Wawanosh, County of Huron, Ontario. Distant 
from Goderich 18 miles, and from Stratford 42 miles. The Mission was formerly called Morris. 

1862 Peter Campbell 

63 Colman Bristol, B.A. ........ . 

64 Colman Bristol, B. A.. •. 

65 Thomas Hanna .... -....., 

66 Thomas Hanna 

67 Thomas Hanna ....... 

68 (See Wingham) ....... . . 





213 


5 25 


3 10 




200 


5 30 


3 20 




180 


5 96 


4 15 




178 


7 78 


3 47 




195 


7 20 


3 80 


.. 


223 


8 56 


3 77 



13 00 
13 00 
13 55 
24 17 
20 96 
35 39 



101 


2 80 


1 60 


95 


3 25 


3 00 


96 


3 21 


2 00 


101 


3 24 


1 86 


122 


5 09 


2 84 


126 


5 25 


2 46 


135 


5 71 


2 71 



2 
4 
4 
4 
7 
10 



40 
00 
00 
02 
25 
10 



13 03 



174 



CIRCUITS, STATIONS AND MISSIONS. 



• BOBCAYGEON. 

A village in the Township of Verulam, County of Victoria, Ontario. It is situated on an Islan 
formed by the outlets of Sturgeon, Scugog, Balsam, and other Lakes into Pigeon Lake, it wa 
formerly part of Lindsay Circuit. 



Year 



Names of Ministers. 



1857 James Ash . . . . .......... v . 

58 John A. Dowler. .... 

59 John A. Dowler 

60 John A. Dowler, N. S. Burwash . . 

61 David Hardie . . .... 

62 David Hardie, Alex. Hardie 

63 David Hardie, Alex. Hardie 

64 Joseph H. Stinson, Wm. R. Barker . . 

65 George McNamara, John H. Robinson 

66 George McNamara . 

67 George McNamara ... 

68 William Sheridan 

69 William Sheridan, David Winter. . 

70 William Richardson, Robert F. Oliver 

71 William R. Barker, Samuel McCauley 

72 Robert Godfrey, William Craig 

73 Robert Godfrey, William T. Dyer 

74 Toronto Conference . . 



No. of 
Members. 



34 
101 
100 
175 
221 
147 
156 
206 
197 
107 
100 
109 
119 
195 
200 
230 
234 
229 



Conting. 


Fund. 


$12 - 57 


4 95 


3 32 


3 24 


2 86 


2 18 



Educa. 
Fund. 



69 
61 
58 
50 
91 
10 
00 



9 19 
13 70 

11 00 

12 30 



$3 57 

2 05 

1 10 
1 31 

i 40 

oik 

84 

3 17 
3 20 
5 00 
7 12 
9 00 
7 00 
7 10 



Sup. M. 
Fund. 



$8 53 



46 
50 
57 
20 
02 
04 
72 
02 
50 
50 



10 00 

20 00 

21 93 
27 00 
24 00 
26 25 



BOLSOVER. 

A village on the River Talbot, in the Township of Eldon, County of Victoria, Ontario. In 1863 il 

was a part of Point Mara Mission ; from 1864 to 1866 it was part of the Coboconk and Carder 

Mission. 
1866 Wm W. Miller 

67 Wm. R. Barker 60 2 96 135 3 20 

68 George McNamara 76 3 89 2 29 5 00 

69 George McNamara 69 171 2 33 3 25 

70 United with Coboconk . 72 1 75 2 36 3 27 



BOLTON. 
A village at the head of Austin's Bay, Lake Memphramagog, in the Township of Bolton, County o: 
Brome, Quebec. Formerly known as East Bolton Mission. 



1868 Thomas Bell, Jacob Halpenny . 

69 Thomas Bell, Jacob Halpenny . 

70 Thomas BeU 

71 William Scales. 

72 William Scales 

73 JohnGrenfell 

74 See Montreal Conference .... 



137 


11 41 


3 59 


137 


5 16 


5 00 


107 


5 16 


5 00 


111 


5 24 


5 20 


112 


4 21 


3 00 


150 


8 83 


5 00 


* 97 


9 00 


5 21 



8 50 
11 58 
11 60 

11 36 

8 00 

9 48 

12 00 



BONCHERE. 

So called from the River Bonne Chere, in the County of 

1828 George Farr . . . . . . 

29 

30 Al ya h Adams 

31 James Brock 

32 Simon Huntington , 

33) . ... .. , .. 

to > United with Mississippi Circuit. 
38) 

39 United with Pembroke Circuit. 

40 Stephen Brownell . . ... . . 

41) ..... 

to > Again united with Pembroke Circuit. 
45) 

46 William Chapman . .... . . 

47 John Howes . . . . . .... 

48 John Howes ..... 

49 Richard Wilson . . 

50 Thomas Hanna .... 

51 Name of Mission changed to Renfrew 



Renfrew, Ontario. 



26 


.... 




30 


4 • . 




40 


- 3 




56 


t ■ 




47 






13" 


8 66 


. . . 


'ii* 




■ .... 


30 


4 47 


O ■: .", - 


30 


• 3 02 


• • • • 


31 


3 85 


• • ■ ■ 


37 


4 87 


... 



3 44 



1 40 
1 43 
73 
90 
70 



WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



175 



BOND HEAD. 

A village in the Township of West Gwillimbury, County of Simcoe, Ontario. It was formerly part 

of the Bradford Circuit. 



Year 



Names of Ministers. 



1868 Isaac B. Aylesworth, M.D., John Scanlon 

69 James Goodwin, Robert Reynolds , 

70 James Goodwin, Wm. J. Fife , 

71 James Goodwin, John Smith 

72 Francis Coleman, Thos. H. Patchell 

73 Francis Coleman, Austin Potter 

74 See Toronto Conference . 



No. of 
Members. 



286 
305 
308 
344 

265 
260 




$8 47 
12 62 
12 84 

12 90 

13 00 
13 00 



Educa. 
Fund. 



$6 65 



00 
35 
00 
00 
14 



Sup 


M. 


Fund. 


$20 66 


28 


85 


34 


58 


40 62 


42 


50 


47 


26 




235 
173 
243 
277 
298 
173 
168 
200 
262 
190 
232 
270 
394 
341 
407 
355 
369 
374 
386 
387 
374 
332 
340 
■ 400 
100 
106 
150 
140 
140 



8 25 

6 10 

7 50 
7 00 

7 60 

8 95 

10 05 
6 43 

11 97 
15 83 

17 00 

18 00 
14 45 

14 70 

15 00 

15 20 

16 30 

15 10 
20 00 
20 36 
20 72 

24 02 

25 05 
25 14 
11 00 

17 00 

18 75 

19 00 

16 75 



8 25 

7 50 
11 75 

9 00 

8 80 



7 00 
7 50 

12 00 
6 37 
5 25 

10 50 
9 00 
9 00 



75 
00 
40 
00 



BOWMANVILLE. 

A town in the Township of Darlington, County of Durham, Ontario. It is distant from Toronto 43 
miles, and from Cobourg 26 miles, and was formerly part of Whitby Circuit. 

1845 Alvah Adams .... 

46 Alvah Admas, Ozias Barber. 

47 William Haw, William Coleman .... 

48 William Haw, John O. Osborne 

49 Michael Fawcett, Alex. Potts 
. 50 James C. Slater 

51 James C. Slater .... .... 

52 Charles Fish 

53 Charles Fish, George McRitchie. 

54 Thomas Cosford, John Mills . 

55 Thomas Cosford, Samuel Tucker 

56 Thomas Cosford, Amos E. Russ. 

57 James C. Slater, William Bryers.. 

58 James C. Slater, James Broley 

59 James C. Slater, James D. Ogilvie . . ... 

60 William McFadden, William Sheridan 

61 William McFadden, James Graham 

62 William McFadden, James Graham 

63 Edwin Clement, William Galbraith . 

64 Edwin Clement, James Hannon 

65 Edwin Clement, James Hannon . 

66 George Cochran, Samuel J. Hunter 

67 Richard Whiting, George Leech ... 

68 Richard Whiting, George Leech, Wm. J. Jolliffe. 

69 G. N. A. F. T. Dickson .... 

70 G. N. A. F. T. Dickson. 

71 G. N. A. F. T. Dickson. 

72 John Bredin . . 

73 John Bredin . . .... 

74 Toronto Conference . .... 



5 
9 

8 

9 

11 



00 
18 
55 
11 
60 
13 30 
17 00 
15 00 
20 00 

8 60 

9 50 
10 00 



13 30 
32 12 
42 00 
18 12 

34 50 
32 00 
27 70 
30 15 

35 50 

55 79 
50 00 

56 17 

82 16 

83 25 

84 00 
50 00 
54 00 

52 00 

53 00 
53 00 



BRACEBRIDGE. 

A village on the Muskoka River, in the Township of Macauley, district of Muskoka, Ontario. Distant 
from Orillia 35 miles — formerly Muskoka Mission 

120 I 9 59 i 4 00 ! 13 16 

123 I 9 49 5 12 ' 16 00 



1873 Webster W. Leech, Almon P Lyons 
74 Toronto Conference 



BRADFORD. 

A village in the Township of West Gwillimbury, County of Simcoe, Ontario — formerly part of Albion 
Circuit. Distant from Toronto 41 miles, and from Barrie 26 miles. 



1846 William Coleman, Benjamin Jones ...... 










47 Ezra Adams, Alexander Campbell .... 


258 


24 34 




19 00 


48 Cornelius Flummerfelt, William S. Blackstock 


257 


17 52 


, . 


5 12 


49 Cornelius Flummerfelt, John Webster. . . 


229 


16 50 




12 87 


50 Luther O. Rice, Thomas Culbert 


236 


17 28 




13 55 



' Newcastle set off. 



t Darlington set off and Bowmanville made a station. 



176 



CIRCUITS, STATIONS AND MISSIONS. 



Year 



Names of Ministers. 



1851 Reuben E. Tupper, Andrew A. Smith . . 

52 Reuben E. Tupper, Isaac Barber . . 

53 William Young, James Taylor. .-....,.. 

54 William Young, Richard J. Forman . 

55 William Young, William McDonagh. . 

56 Isaac B. Aylesworth, M.D., James Thompson. . 

57 Isaac B. Aylesworth, M.D., Wm. J. Hunter .. 

58 Charles Silvester, Joseph L. Sanders . 

59 Charles Silvester, William L. Scott . 

60 William English, Robert H. Smith . . 

61 William English, Isaac Gold . 

62 John S. Clarke, George M. Meacham, B.A. 

63 John S. Clarke, Wesley Casson , 

64 John S. Clarke, Peter Addison 

65 William McCullough, William F. Morrison, B.A 

66 I. B. Aylesworth, M D., J. G. Keagey, B.A. 

67 I. B. Aylesworth, M.D., Joseph Locke. 

68 Jay S. Youmans — 

69 Jay S. Youmans 

70 Jay S. Youmans .. 

71 George Goodson. 

72 William Hay, Henry M. Manning 

73 William Hay, David Cattanach 

74 See Toronto Conference ... 



No. of 
Members. 



299 
279 
390 
409 

455 
■376 
258 
359 
332 
302 
290 
278 
306 
283 
265 
286 
300 
385 
100 
133 
150 
120 
150 
155 



Conting. 
Fund. 



$18 78 
9 10 
18 00 
22 56 
29 11 
29 42 
17 90 
25 27 
16 11 

14 90 

15 00 
8 44 

10 00 
10 50 
8 00 
12 15 
12 50 

16 40 
10 00 

15 00 

16 00 
5 85 

20 41 
22 27 



Educa. 
Fund. 



$9 00 

10 38 

9 27 

7 50 
9 33 

8 43 



88 
94 
50 
50 
00 



6 14 

7 00 
10 83 

7 00 

8 00 
10 68 
10 75 

6 80 
10 00 



Sup. M. 
Fund. 



$9 76 

16 00 

9 00 

26 36 
38 35 
40 31 
30 75 
30 00 

34 45 

35 41 

36 50 
28 25 
30 00 
30 00 

15 00 

16 00 

27 00 
27 07 
13 50 
16 00 
21 00 
21 50 
32 35 
32 93 



BRAMPTON. 

The County town of the County of Peel, Ontario. It is situated in the Township of Chinguacousy, and 
is distant from Toronto 22 miles, from Georgetown 8 miles, and from Guelph 28 miles. It was 
formerly known as Toronto Circuit. 

1848 Peter Ker, David C. Clappison 

49 Peter Ker, David C. Clappison . 

50 William Young, William S. Blackstock . . , . 

51 Wm. Young, Wm. S. Blackstock, J. E. Sanderson. 

52 Wm. Young, Wm. S. Blackstock ....... 

53 B. Nankeville, R. E. Tupper, J. E. Sanderson 

54 S. (J. Philp, R. E. Tupper, J. E. Sanderson 

55 S. 0. Philp, Wm. Andrews, Wm. Short 

56 Wm. Andrews, B. Jones, J. Dixon, MA... 

57 Wm. Andrews, B. Jones, J. Dixon, M.A. 

58 James Norris, T. D. Pearson, J. Learoyd 

59 James Norris, J. Hugill, J. Learoyd . ' . . . 

60 James Spencer, J. Hugill, J. Goodwin. ...... 

61 James Spencer, J. Hugill, J. Goodwin . 

62 James Spencer, Wm. Willoughby, J. Goodwin . . . 

63 Wm. Willoughby, J. L. Sanders, T. A. Ferguson . 

64 Wm. Willoughby, J. L. Sanders, T. A. Ferguson . . 

65 Michael Fawcett, J. L. Sanders, T. A. Ferguson 

66 Michael Fawcett, Thomas Kelly ... 

67 Michael Fawcett, j ®™/ A - Sanson, j 

' | Robt. L. Gabie, ( ■■••-•• 

68 Wm. McFadden, D. G. Sutherland, M.A 

69 Wm. McFadden, D. G. Sutherland, M.A 

70 Wm. McFadden, Alfred L. Russell, B.A 

71 John Shaw, j Celling ton W Carson, 

J Edward F. Goff, 

72 John Shaw, John G. Scott 

73 William Burns, John G. Scott . . 

74 See Toronto Conference .... 



470 


28 00 




440 


29 00 




425 


20 00 




525 


41 75 




505 


36 65 




550 


30 82 




501 


50 12 




560 


51 57 


16 00 


642 


55 23 


21 40 


649 


61 00 


22 00 


682 


61 00 


22 12 


662 


22 00 


4 10 


739 


28 00 


10 00 


717 


26 55 


20 70 


676 


33 83 


14 79 


686 


24 38 


7 34 


606 


25 51 


12 05 


582 


25 99 


11 43 


§ 605 


21 70 


15 00 


300 


10 60 


7 60 


332 


15 00 


9 50 


372 


26 00 


18 15 


382 


26 50 


21 00 


349 


27 00 


28 00 


370 


27 55 


15 00 


343 


27 50 


13 00 


400 


29 38 


14 00 



25 00 


26 11 


'25 50 


14 75 


34 74 


101 12 


82 48 


120 40 


150 50 


125 04 


80 25 


85 00 


87 90 


92 25 


75 00 


134 85 


107 00 


156 25 


166 00 


72 00 


108 25 


121 00 


132 00 


90 59 


70 50 


118 00 



1856 William Shannon, William R. Dyre 
57 Name of Mission changed to Hanover 



BRANT. 
A township in the County of Bruce, Ontario. 



28 
33 



1 07 
1 21 



1 43 

2 02 



* Cookstown set off. t Lloydtown se^ off. t Bond Head set off. § Streetsville Bet off. 



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177 



BRANTFORD. 
The County town of the County of Brant, Ontario. It is situated on the Grand River, and is distant 



from Hamilton 25 miles, from Paris 7 miles, and from Buffalo 76 miles, 
the Dumfries Circuit. 



It was formerly part of 



Year 



Names of Ministers. 



No, of 
Members. 



Conting. 
Fund. 



Educa. 
Fund. 



Sup. M. 
Fund. 



40 Thomas Bevitt 



1835 Adam Townley 

36 Edmund Shepherd, John Law 

37 Edmund Shepherd, Peter Ker 

38 Thomas Bevitt, William Coleman 

39 Thomas Bevitt, Arkles S. Newbury 
James Mockeridge, ) 
William Price, \ 

41 James Musgrove, James Spencer 

42 Samuel Rose, Thomas Jeffers 

43 Samuel Rose, Reuben E. Tupper 

44 George Poole, George Young 

45 George Poole, Charles Lavell 

46 Edwy M. Ryerson, Richard Whiting 

47 Edwy M. Ryerson, John Gundy, Alexander T. Green 

48 Edwy M. Ryerson, Wellington Jeffers .... 

49 Claudius Byrne, Wellington Jeffers 

50 Claudius Byrne, John English 

51 Kennedy Creighton, James Preston 

52 Kennedy Creighton, Thomas Peacock 

53 Noble F. English, William S. Griffin . . . 

54 Noble F. English 

55 Isaac B. Howard 

56 Isaac B. Howard .... 

57 Isaac B. Howard . . . 

58 George Young . . . .' 

59 George Young, R. Fowler, M.D., M.R.C.S.E . . . . 

60 George Young 

61 William Pollard ... . . : . . 

62 William Pollard, Wesley Casson 

63 John Borland 

64 John Borland. 

65 John Borland . 

66 John Gemley ... . . 

67 John Gemley 

68 John Gemley 

69 William R. Parker, M. A 

70 William R. Parker, M.A., Benjamin B. Keefer 

71 William R. Parker, M.A., G. Bridgman, M.A 

72 George H. Davis, Joseph L. Forster 

73 George H. Davis 

74 See London Conference 



153 
386 
410 
458 

366 

310 
411 
437 
421 
372 
395 
384 
433 
433 
421 
397 
364 
407 

* 407 
150 
314 
240 
325 
290 
305 
305 
293 
284 
211 
199 
232 
245 
250 
270 
286 
310 
313 

t375 
202 



$23 83 
25 00 
16 35 

15 59 

20 00 

16 19 

17 82 

19 00 

18 00 
10 00 
14 98 
14 73 
14 43 
25 25 

20 74 
20 60 
20 90 
28 99 
12 18 

24 59 
44 32 
39 53 
31 39 

23 93 

25 56 

24 44 
20 62 
22 43 
18 60 
20 78 

34 53 

35 30 
33 50 
30 68 
33 36 
39 58 
41 59 
20 46 



$9 15 

15 05 

16 15 

11 40 

17 62 

10 53 

12 02 
9 09 
6 50 
6 01 

11 75 
9 91 

14 23 
16 88 

31 00 

32 00 
32 00 
20 00 
16 44 
11 49 



$12 00 

16 69 

17 00 

15 35 

10 00 

16 55 

20 50 

20 50 

21 73 
9 00 
7 75 

10 25 
12 15 
9 00 
10 00 
10 70 
16 37 
20 62 
28 04 



4 
14 



87 
00 



32 00 
32 00 
40 00 
42 00 
40 00 



41 
41 



09 
00 



34 30 
25 00 
20 25 

45 62 

46 00 
52 00 
30 60 
38 37 
25 25 
.37 04 
20 95 



BRANTFORD— BRANT AVENUE. 
This appointment was previously in connection with Brantford — see above. 
1873 Benjamin B. Keefer ... ... . j . . . . i . . . ... 

74 See London Conference .'■ 170 18 52 i 10 30 



24 30 



BREWER'S MILLS. 
A village on the Rideau Canal, in the Township of Pittsburg, County of Fronteuac, On 
Mission was formerly called Storrington, and is about 16 miles from Kingston. 
1858 James Ash ... . .... .... 

59 Davidson McDonald 89 10 21 

60 James Thompson i 118 7 67 

61 James Thompson ! 115 7 50 

62 James Thompson 138 7 00 

63 Alexander Campbell, 2nd 144 5 00 

64 Alexander Campbell, 2nd, Wm. I. Shaw, B.A, LL.B 100 5 50 

65 Alexander Campbell, 2nd, Wm. I. Shaw, B.A., LL.B| 125 5 80 

66 Wm. Savage, John W. Wicher 140 6 46 

67 See Pittsburg Circuit. 226 7 00 



5 02 
5 35 
2 50 
2 75 
2 00 

2 25 

3 00 

4 67 

5 00 



ario. 


The 


4 


86 


8 


00 


8 


50 


8 


50 


6 


50 


7 


00 


i 7 


50 


!, 10 


15 


' 10 30 



* Mount Pleasant set off. 



12 



t Brant Avenue set off. 



178 



CIRCUITS, STATIONS AND MISSIONS. 



BRIDGENORTH. 

A village in the Township of Smith, County of Peterboro', Ontario. 
9 miles. It was formerly Mud Lake Mission. 



Distant from Peterbo: 



Year 


Names of Ministers. 


No. of 
Members. 


Conting. 
Fund. 


Educa. 
Fund. 


Sup. : 
Fum 


1855 
56 
57 
58 
59 
60 
61 


Levi Vanderburg 





57 
70 
97 
80 
94 
76 

71 


$4 50 

2 75 

4 12 

3 48 

5 26 
3 70 

3 20 


$4 00 

2 42 
1 40 
1 30 

1 50 

2 00 


$5 6 


Wm. L.Scott. , .. 

David Hardie . ....... 

Now called Lakefield, Bridgenorth and Mud Lake 
Mission 


3 
30 
43 
5 

4 



BRIDGEWATER. 

A village in the Township of Elzevir, County of Hastings, Ontario. 

Hungerford Circuit. 



1866 Thomas Cullen. 

67 Thomas Cullen. 

68 Thomas Cullen. . . . 

69 Garrett J. Dingman. . 

70 Garrett J. Dingman. . 

71 Garrett J. Dingman. 

72 William Tomblin. 

73 William Tomblin, . 

74 William Tomblin. 



It was formerly part of tb 



4 5! 
6 7< 
6 7! 

8 61 

9 5( 

14 71 

15 7( 
15 7( 












60 


5 99 


2 57 


80 


7 86 


4 17 


85 


7 90 


5 25 


119 


5 55 


2 13 


90 


5 88 


3 81 


150 


7 00 


2 15 


140 


7 25 


3 00 


125 


7 35 


4 00 



BRIGHTON. 

A village in the Township of Murray, County of Northumberland, Ontario. It was formerly a p 
of Colborne Circuit. It is distant from Belleville 22 miles, and from Toronto 91 miles. 

1849 George F. Playter, John C. Osborne. 

50 George F. Playter, Wm. Coleman 

51 Charles Turver, Aaron D. Miller 

52 John Black, John W. German. . . . . .... 

53 John Black, John W. German . ... ... 

54 Wm. McFadden, Thomas Woolsey 

55 Wm. McFadden, Jabez B. Keough 

56 Wm. S. Blackstock, Wm. Tomblin 

57 Wm. S. Blackstock. . . 

58 John Lever . .... ... 

59 John Lever .... 

60 Charles Turver 

61 Charles Turver, Daniel Perrin, B.A 

62 Charles Turver, Wm. Halstead 

63 William Coleman ...... 

64 William Coleman ... 

65 William Coleman, Richard Kerr . . 

66 Andrew A. Smith 

67 Andrew A. Smith 

68 Andrew A. Smith ... . . . 

69 Charles Freshman, D.D , Samuel Sing 

70 Robert Mark, M.D. ... 

71 Robert Mark, M.D 

72 Robert Mark, M.D. 

73 Osborn Lambly, M.A. 

74 Toronto Conference . . 



240 


10 00 




7 25 


310 


11 55 




11 25 


333 


14 38 




11 50 


270 


15 50 


• • ■ • 


15 00 


360 


15 60 


■ • • • 


9 00 


384 


17 65 


7 32 


17 00 


495 


20 00 


7 00 


20 00 


510 


20 38 


9 00 


40 00 


330 


8 65 


4 68 


28 00 


316 


9 93 


4 30 


21 55 


360 


2 00 


1 95 


11 32 


229 


5 75 


2 50 


16 00 


260 


6 00 


1 80 


16 00 


306 


6 20 


1 60 


12 00 


232 


7 22 


4 00 


12 50 


223 


5 06 


3 25 


10 30 


226 


6 96 


4 85 


14 25 


242 


7 42 


5 03 


15 10 


267 


6 02 


4 15 


15 15 


273 


6 27 


5 00 


15 50 


453 


10 74 


10 22 


17 22 


387 


10 79 


13 65 


17 30 


160 


10 00 


6 50 


15 00 


166 


11 25 


7 50 


17 00 


140 


11 00 


7 00 


16 25 



BROCK. 

So called from the name of a township in the County of Ontario, Province of Ontario. It was former] 

part of Whitby Circuit. 

1833 David Hardie.... .. 

34 David Hardie.... 

35 John Lever .... 



76 
102 
119 



.Smithfield set off. 



WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



179 



Year 



Names of Ministers. 



1836 Cornelius Flummerfelt 

37 Cornelius Flummerfelt ... 

38 Cornelius Flummerfelt 

39 Horace Dean .... 

40 Horace Dean 

41 John Sanderson 

42 John Sanderson 

43 {Hemati Davis). . 

44 Gilbert Miller 

45 Gilbert Miller, Abraham Dayman 

46 William Young, Alex. Campbell. . . 

47 Charles W. M. Gilbert. 

48 Charles W. M. Gilbert 

49 William Steer 

50 Cornelius Flummerfelt . 

51 Cornelius Flummerfelt . . ... 

52 Cornelius Flummerfelt 

53 Daniel Wright 

54 George T. Richardson. 

55 George T. Richardson 

56 Samuel Fear 

57 Samuel Fear 

58 Samuel Fear, James W Sloane . . . . 
* 59 Robert Graham 

60 William H. Bakewell, Martin Begg . .. 

61 William H. Bakewell, Samuel Might . . . 

62 William H. Bakewell, Robert Godfrey 

63 Henry Reid, John Carroll Wilson . . 

64 Henry Reid, Albert Van Camp. 

65 Henry Reid, Daniel F. Gee 

66 John Hodgson, Marmaduke Pearson 

67 John Hodgson. Francis C. Reynolds . .. , 

68 William Coleman, Arthur G. Bloomfield 

69 William Coleman, Newton Hill 

70 William Coleman, Newton Hill 

71 George T. Richardson, George Leech. . . 

72 George T. Richardson 

73 George T. Richardson 

74 Toronto Conference . 



No. of 
Members. 



146 
116 
133 
144 
203 
189 
169 
237 
238 
211 
174 
192 
165 
191 
109 
111 
105 
90 
85 
115 
119 
130 
179 
400 
420 
407 
405 
255 
254 
258 
244 
214 
200 
200 
210 
250 
*200 
122 
142 



Conting. 
Fund. 



$6 50 
3 00 
2 00 
2 00 

i 66 

5 62 

11 00 

8 66 



00 
00 
55 
62 
00 
23 



6 92 
8 00 



22 
00 

25 



9 56 
20 00 
16 00 
16 20 

7 74 

8 34 
8 12 
8 25 
8 61 
8 90 

10 00 
10 81 
12 43 
12 50 
7 05 
7 06 



Educa. 
Fund. 



$4 00 

2 90 

3 15 
3 23 
3 40 

7 50 

8 03 
8 07 
5 10 

40 
05 
25 
65 
03 
50 



5 
4 
4 
4 
5 
6 

8 00 
10 09 
5 87 
3 40 
3 50 



Sup. M. 
Fund. 



$2 00 
2 00 
2 00 

200 



20 
00 
00 
00 
25 
26 
98 
34 
93 



4 23 

8 18 

9 10 
9 20 

10 00 
16 00 

16 00 

17 50 
15 25 
29 09 
31 23 

36 40 

37 00 
43 00 
35 00 
60 00 

146 00 

142 00 

29 01 

29 52 



BROCKVILLE. 

The County Town of the united Counties of Leeds and Grenville is situated on the River St. Lawrence, 
in the Township of Elizabethtown, Ontario. It is distant from Perth 45 miles, Montreal 125 miles, 
Kingston 48 miles, and from Toronto 208 miles. It was formerly part of the Augusta Circuit. 



1826 David Wright 




.... 




• ■ . ■ 


27 . . . 










28 Ezra Healy, Asahel Hurlburt 


.... 


.... 




.... 


29 Ezra Healy, John C. Davidson . 


625 








30 Anson Green, William H. Williams 


668 


.. 






31 Anson Green 


t518 








32 William Ryerson 


75 








33 William Smith 


98 






3 00 


34 William Smith 


68 






2 70 


35 John Carroll ...■ . 


73 






8 16 


36 John Carroll ■ ■ * 


100 






10 53 


37 Ezra Healy, William Scott 


62 


5 71 




2 50 


38 Henry Wilkinson. . 


279 


12 81 




2 00 


q Q ( Hannibal Mulkins | 


50 


1 60 




3 00 


rfy j John Carroll f ' ' ' - 










. „ j John Carroll ) 
W j Wellington Jeffers \ ' ' 


51 


2 00 




3 00 


41 


75 


3 25 




4 62 


42 Wm. Coleman 


91 


8 18 




3 75 


43 Thomas Demorest 


123 


8 28 




8 00 


44 Larblin Tavlor . • .... 


108 


8 50 




9 00 


45 Wm. Haw 


146 


11 83 




9 50 



Cannington set off. + Elizabethtown set oft', and Brockville made a station. 



180 



CIRCUITS, STATIONS AND MISSIONS. 



Year 



Names of Ministers. 



1846 Conrad Vandusen . . 

47 Conrad Vandusen 

48 Noble F. English 

49 Noble F. English 

50 Noble F. English .... 

51 Wm. Andrews. 

52 Wm. Andrews. ..... 

53 James Elliott 

54 Richard Whiting 

55 Richard Whiting 

56 George H. Davis 

57 George H. Davis. ... 

58 James Brock . 

59 James Brock 

60 James Brock 

61 John Bredin 

62 John Bredin 

63 John Bredin 

64 Wm. H. Poole . . 

65 Wm. H. Poole . . 

66 Wm. H. Poole 

67 Isaac B. Howard. 

68 Isaac B. Howard. 

69 Isaac B. Howard. . . 

70 John A. Williams 

71 John A. Williams. 

72 John A. Williams 

73 George McRitchie 

74 See Montreal Conference 



No. of 
Members. 



122 

148 

130 

132 

122 

115 

120 

123 

126 

131 

173 

153 

160 

138 

140 

148 

133 

155 

130 

103 

150 

160 

180 

220 

230 

230 

230 

230 

230 



Conting. 
Fund. 



$11 25 
11 27 

7 25 

8 18 
4 45 
6 18 
6 50 
6 50 

13 19 

14 15 

16 23 
11 75 
11 40 

17 00 
8 85 

10 80 

11 00 
11 25 

8 05 

9 50 
9 55 
9 70 

19 85 

18 75 
18 42 

20 22 
22 00 
20 27 
25 40 



Educa. 
Fund. 



$i 87 
5 00 

5 00 
8 07 

.8 55 

6 Q0 
6 15 



Sup. M 
Fund. 



7 25 
7 40 
7 50 

6 40 

7 00 
6 27 

10 33 

13 00 
10 60 

14 13 
14 50 

12 00 

13 50 



$6 50 
6 55 
3 00 
3 50 
3 50 
3 50 
6 00 

6 00 

7 00 

8 00 
12 25 
12 87 
11 12 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
31 00 

33 00 
40 00 
28 00 
23 25 
27 50 
47 00 

34 25 
,34 50 

40 50 
38 50 
40 00 
42 80 



BRUCE MINES. 
A village on the north shore of Lake Huron, Ontario. Distant from Toronto 381 miles, and from 



Sault Ste. Marie 36 miles. 



1851 . 

52 Edward Sallows . 

53 Joseph Hill 

54 Joseph Hill 

55 Joseph Forsyth 

56 Joseph Forsyth. . 

57 David Jennings 

58 David Jennings 

59 David Jennings 

60 Samuel Down . 

61 Samuel Down . . . 

62 Samuel Down . 

63 John Hutchinson 

64 John Hutchinson . 

65 John Hutchinson 

66 Kennedy Creighton. 

67 Kennedj Creighton. 

68 Kennedy Creighton. . . 

69 JohnH. Keppel. 

70 John H. Keppel . . . 

71 JohnH. Keppel. 

72 Thomas Woolsey. 

73 Thomas Woolsey. . 

74 See Toronto Conference 



12 
17 
15 
10 
10 
10 



17 
23 
24 
29 
130 
109 

126* 

150 

132 

107 

106 

86 

67 

46 



3 15 

6 01 

9 00 

10 00 



7 25 

6 98 

7 14 

7 23 

8 97 
13 68 

8 25 
8.00 



3 io 


4 66 


4 00 


5 00 


6 00 


3 00 


4 00 



No returns in 



12 50 


8 74 


13 36 


6 96 


15 23 


7 30 


12 90 


6 05 


10 41 


4 58 


10 47 


6 04 



2 75 

8 75 

13 00 

13 00 

13 00 

6 50 
5 00 

4 90 

5 45 

7 70 

14 00 

8 05 
10 00 

Minute'. 
30 00 
19 28 

15 25 

6 83 
15 00 

8 25 
13 41 



BRUDENELL. 
So called from the name of a township in the District of Nipissing, Ontario. 

ville 118 miles north. 

1862 Charles E Perry 

63 Brock Rose . 

64 Archelaus Doxee 

65 Archelaus Doxee 

66 ) . . 

to \ Included in Maynooth Mission. 



40 


-.... 




29 






32 






23 







Distant from Belle- 



75 



WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



181 



Year 



Names of Ministers. 



1869 John H. Ruttan 

70 John H. Ruttan . . . 

71 John Doel . . .... 

72 Orrin German .... 

73 Edward Olivant 

74 See Toronto Conference 



No. of 
Members. 



15 
20 
16 
26 

21 



Conting. 
Fund. 



$3 60 
8 86 

3 78 
2 28 

4 03 



Educa. 
Fund. 



$6 06 
4 89 
1 47 
3 04 



Sup. M. 
Fund. 



$8 75 
7 55 
3 70 
5 00 
5 17 



It was formerly known as 



BRUSSELS. 
A town in the Townships of Morris and Grey, County of Huron, Ontario. 

Ainleyville Circuit. 

1873 Robert Davey, Thomas Legate 
74 See London Conference 

BRYSON. 

A village in the Township of Litchfield, County of Pontiac, Quebec. It was formerly Collfield Mission. 
1873 Ezekiel Richardson , 54 , 3 76 1 29 , 6 14 



222 


1 12 50 | 


4 56 


24 08 


250 


1 16 68 I 


8 00 


28 75 



74 See Montreal Conference 



55 



3 25. 



1 35 



4 25 



BUCKINGHAM. 



A township on the Ottawa River, in the County of Ottawa, Quebec. 



1839 Lachlin Taylor 

^10 William Dignam ... 

41 Ozias Barber 

42 Joseph Reynolds 

43 James Greener •. 

44 James Greener 

45 John Tuke . . 

46 John Tuke 

47 John Armstrong 

48 John Armstrong 

49 John Armstrong 

50 Name of Mission changed to Lochabar 



90 




96 


8 34 


100 


1 50 


152 


1 87 


116 


4 33 


89 


3 83 


86 


4 00 


74 


4 48 


64 


4 00 


62 


4 00 


68 


4 00 



2 33 

50 



00 
50 
00 
00 
00 



BURLEIGH ROAD. 



So called from the name of a new Government Road which runs from Peterboro' to the Peterson Road, 
in the County of Peterboro', in the Province of Ontario. 

1866 John H. Robinson ... 

67 Cornelius A. Jones 25 161 1 15 2 35 

68 See Hall's Bridge 100 7 42 3 50 4 00 



BURY. 



1863 
64 
to 
66 
67 
68 
69 
70 
71 
72 
73 
74 



A township in the County of Compton, Quebec. It was formerly part of the Eaton Mission. 
John Thurston 

United to Dudswell Mission. 



Richard Kerr 
William Adams. 
William Adams 
William Adams. 
William Adams . 
Hiram Fowler 
Hiram Fowler 
Robert Lochead. 



39 



28 
30 
33 
36 
38 
36 
34 



2 26 



1 47 

1 55 

2 25 
2 28 
2 30 



60 



25 
57 

2 21 
2 25 



73 



00 
50 

24 
75 
52 
60 



BYTOWN. 

The County Town of the County of Carleton, Ontano. It is situated at the mouth of the Rideau 

River, in the Township of Nepean. 

1828 George Poole 

29 George Poole 

30 John C. Davidson 

31 John C. Davidson, Alvah Adams 

9n \ Alvah Adams, ) T . ,,,. 

32 { T . v _ „ ,, i Lewis Warner .... 



John Carroll, 
33 John Carroll 



75 




125 




135 




150 




159 





182 



CIRCUITS, STATIONS AND MISSIONS. 



War 



Names of Ministers. 



1834 Ezra Healy, Vincent B. Howard 
35 Ezra Healy, George F. Playter . 



36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 



James Brock, William Currie. 
James Brock 



Richard Jones 

Richard Jones 

Richard Jones 

John Carroll 

42 Thomas Bevitt, Lewis Warner 

43 Thomas Bevitt, ... 

44 Michael Baxter 

45 William Pollard 

46 Lachlin Taylor, Jonathan Loverin 

47 Edmund Shepherd, William Andrews . . 

48 Edmund Shepherd 

49 Edmund Shepherd, David C. McDowell 

50 Edmund Shepherd, David C. McDowell 

51 Noble F. English, William McGill . . 

52 Noble F. English, 

53 Kennedy Creighton 

- . j Kennedy Creighton, 



Thomas Stobbs 
55 Name now changed to Ottawa City 



No. of 
Members. 



169 
162 
148 
116 
169 
91 
126 
140 
142 
162 
115 
100 
101 
174 
238 
230 
263 
251 
240 
.198 

140 

140 



Conting. 
Fund. 



$4 37 
4 40 
18 00 
20 21 
24 82 

16 71 

4' 50 

7 87 
12 00 

17 40 
17 20 

17 30 

18 00 
18 20 
16 00 

8 22 

9 80 
8 80 



Educa. 
Fund. 



$8 00 



Sup. M. 
Fund. 



|6 64 
9 68 

10 00 
9 33 

6 50 
12 00 
22 90 
22 50 
20 00 

17 50 

7 25 
2 00 

10 00 

18 75 
18 00 
18 00 
18 50 
18 60 
14 00 
12 00 

6 00 

5 28 



c. 



52 
53 
54 



110 

107 

131 

134 

119 

152 

127 

110 

120 

120 

112 

126 

171 

160 

165 

156 

150 

140 

152 

205 

228 

244 

225 

213 
248 
220 
193 



5 00 

5 00 
8 12 

7 52 
10 00 
10 00 
10 62 

6 00 
5 82 

8 10 

10 32 

11 37 
8 69 
8 15 

00 
80 
00 
70 
32 



CAINSVILLE. 

A village on the Grand River, in the township of Brantford, County of Brant, Ontario. It was 
formerly a part of the Grand River Mission. It is distant from Brantford 3 miles, and from 
Hamilton 21 miles. 

1847 Ozias Barber . 

48 Ozias Barber 

49 Solomon Waldron . . . 

50 Solomon Waldron 

51 Thomas Jeffers .. .. 

Thomas Jeffers 

Robert Corson 

Robert Corson . . 

55 William Sutton 

56 William Sutton ". 

57 Jamas Hams .... 

58 James Harris 

59 James Harris . 

60 William H. Laird. 

61 William H. Laird.. .. 

62 William H. Laird \ "" 

63 William Bryers 

64 William Bryers 

65 William Bryers ....'.'.'.' 

66 George H. Cornish, John S. Fisher ... ' . . . 

67 George H. Cornish, John S. Fisher . . . 

68 George H. Cornish, Walter Rigsby 

69 John C. Willmott, M.A., George W. Calvert . . . 

70 John C. Willmott, M.A \ £ h ° ma s W. Cam P bell > 

' ( R. G. Bigham . 

71 James Broley, Edward H. Taylor 

72 James Broley, Edward H. Taylor 

73 William W. Shepherd, Joseph Berry 

74 See London Conference 



12 52 

12 95 

13 61 

15 00 

15 17 

16 99 

17 46 

15 64 



00 
00 

50 
65 
63 
17 
32 
00 
25 
50 
00 



3 75 

4 18 
4 63 

8 45 

9 00 

12 00 

10 28 

11 03 

fi 37 



5 00 


5 00 


5 87 


2 63 


5 26 


5 40 


6 00 


5 00 


7 33 


7 44 


12 63 


13 87 


15 12 


15 00 


14 40 


12 83 


13 00 


11 25 


15 45 


20 70 


37 58 


48 00 


26 30 


26 50 


29 00 


24 58 


90 on 



WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



183 



CAISTORVILLE. 

A village in the Township of Caistor, County of Monck, Ontario. It was formerly part of the Dunn- 
. ville Mission. Distant from Niagara 42 miles, and from Hamilton 20 miles. 



Year 



Names of Ministers. 



1862 Sheni Blanshard 

63 Robert Shaw, B.A 

64 Robert Shaw, B.A. 

65 Isaac B. Tallman 

66 John Hutchinson ... . 

67 John Hutchinson 

68 Thomas Hurlburt 

69 Thomas Hurlburt 

70 John Sanderson, 2nd. . 

71 John Sanderson, 2nd. . 

72 Walter Rigsby 

73 Walter Rigsby 

74 See London Conference 



No . of ! Conting. 
Members. | Fund. 



204 
180 
137 
145 
160 
165 
190 
200 
200 
200 
186 
186 



$7 27 
6 56 
3 15 

5 46 

6 21 

6 89 
3 55 
2 75 

2 85 

3 00 

7 44 
7 85 



Educa. 
Fund. 



65 
00 
15 
66 
11 
81 
00 
88 
88 
50 
60 
14 



Sup. M. 
Fund. 



$15 88 
9 00 

5 00 
8 45 

6 00 
10 00 

5 67 

6 42 

7 50 
13 25 
13 61 
10 25 



CALABOGIE. 

A village on Lake Calabogie, in the Township of Bagot, County of Renfrew, Ontario. It was formerly 
- a part of Renfrew Mission. The Mission includes settlements in the Townships of Bagot, Blythe- 
field, Darling, Levant, Dalhousie, and Matawateah, in the Counties of Lanark and Renfrew. 

1864 Charles E. Perry.. . 

65 Charles E. Perrv 11 10 50 2 12 

66 .\ . . . ' 21 1 25 1 00 3 20 

67 

68 Andrew C. Eastman 

69 Andrew C. Eastman . . 8 

70 Arthur V. Francis 18 5 65 3 50 3 40 

71 Supplied from Renfrew 20 3 65 68 2 92 

72 Supplied from Renfrew 11 



CAMPBELLFORD. 

A village in the Township of Seymour, County of Northumberland, Ontario. It was formerly Sey- 
mour Mission, but more recently part of the Hastings and Seymour Mission. 

1866 Isaac Weldon 

67 Isaac Weldon .. .100 4 66 

68 Robert Godfrey .... 107 6 06 

69 JohnC. Ash ... ... 110 5 19 

70 John C. Ash 115 6 00 

71 John C. Ash 121 6 65 

72 Richard Potter 155 7 00 

73 Richard Potter 155 9 32 

74 Toronto Conference '. . . . . 175 10 71 



1 00 

2 27 

4 50 
6 00 
8 00 
8 00 

5 50 

6 67 



7 38 

8 70 

9 00 

10 00 

11 00 
15 00 
20 00 
20 00 



CANBOROUGH. 
A township in the County of Monck, Ontario. It was formerly part of the Long Point Circuit. 



1830 Richard Phelps 

31 Richard Phelps 
32 

33 William' Griffis' . ..'.".'. 

34 John S. Attwood, John Baxter 

35 Richard Phelps, Peter Ker 

36 Now called Grimsby Circuit . . . 



145 

248 
530 
370 
244 
247 



8 37 
25 47 
21 12 



Distant 



CANNINGTON. 

A village on the Toronto and Nipissing R. R., in the Township of Brock, County of Ontario, 
from Toronto 59 miles. It was formerly part of Brock Circuit. 

1872 George Leech ... ... ... 

73 George Leech . . . . . 84 4 91 3 25 121 50 

74 See Toronto Conference . . 100 7 39 5 00 226 38 



184 



CIRCUITS, STATIONS AND MISSIONS. 



CANTON. 
A village situated on Smith's Creek, in the Township of Hope, Durham County, Ontario. It was 

formerly part of the Port Hope Circuit. 



Year 



Names of Ministers. 



1861 Alex. T. Green, John C. Willmott. . . . 

62 Alex. T. Green, Wm. F. Morrison, B.A. 

63 Thomas Stobbs, John Burwash, B.A. . . 

64 Thomas Stobbs . 

65 Charles Silvester 

66 Charles Silvester 

67 Charles Silvester 

68 James Graham „ 

69 James Graham 

70 William J. Hewitt 

71 William J. Hewitt 

72 Stephen Bond „ . . . 

73 Arthur Browning 

74 Toronto Conference 



No. of 


Conting. 


Educa. 


Members. 


Fund. 


Fund. 


262 


$15 79 


$6 12 


300 


14 08 


6 76 


297 


9 54 


3 75 


182 


7 00 


3 50 


225 


12 58 


6 55 


.226 


13 46 


5 68 


201 


14 33 


5 77 


207 


19 00 


8 25 


194 


20 07 


10 52 


289 


21 00 


14 0t> 


285 


21 05 


7 50 


240 


15 10 


8 00 


242 


18 50 


11 00 



Sup M. 
Fund. 



$49;00 
30 00 
41 J5 
33 25 
39 00 
46 77 

53 00 
48 60 
50 00 
58 00 

54 00 
36 40 
54 00 



CARLETON AND PAKENHAM. 

The village of Carleton is in the Township of Beckwith, and the village of Pakenham in the Town- 
ship of Pakenham, in the County df Lanark, Ontario — formerly Mississippi Circuit. 

1849 Benjamin Nankeville, Thomas Hanna . . ... .... 

50 Thomas W Constable, Eichard Wilson 331 16 23 ... 11 50 

51 Thomas W. Constable, David Robertson . . 310 6 14 3 50 

52 William McGill, Edwin Peake . 288 15 12 ". . 7 75 

53 William McGill, Edwin Peake . . . 275 12 12 ... 10 83 

54 Circuit divided ; see Carleton Place below, and 

Pakenham . . 218 1182 5 87 



CARLETON PLACE. 
A village on the Mississippi River, in the Township of Beckwith, County of Lanark, Ontario. It was 

formerly a part of the Carleton and Pakenham Circuit. Distant from Perth 20 miles, and from 
Ottawa 36 miles. 

1854 Joseph Reynolds, John Bradon .... : . , 

55 Joseph Reynolds . 155 9 22 3 73 4 12 

56 Joseph Reynolds ... 160 6 40 1 18 7 20 

57 John Howes 148 6 50 1 73 7 25 

58 John Howes, Henry H. Perdue .. 169 12 11 3 00 9 00 

59 John Howes, 249 12 32 500 15 00 

60 William Bryers, Nelson- B. Clarke. . 226 10 30 3 00 16 00 

61 George Beynon, Richard N. Adams 224 10 66 3 10 20 00 

62 George Beynon, Hazleton A. Spencer ... . 213 8 79 4 80 15 25 

63 George Beynon, Robert L. Gabie . 244 10 38 6 21 24 00 

64 James Masson, Samuel B. Phillips .... . . 230 11 28 4 35 22 00 

65 James Masson, William S. McCullough, B.A .... 238 972 458 1970 

66 James Masson, Henry Irvine ... 232 10 89 4 60 20 53 

67 Henry McDowell, Osborn Lambly, B.A 237 11 96 6 41 25 12 

68 Henry McDowell, Jabez B. Saunders . 240 12 16 6 57 25 60 

69 Henry McDowell 245 12 46 7 80 26 50 

70 Thomas Atkinson, Reuben Millyard ... . . . 275 1271 8 00 27 10 

71 Thomas Atkinson, James McFarlane 288 15 00 14 25 28 00 

72 Thomas Atkinson, Benjamin Franklin .282 16 00 12 58 31 32 

73 William Raney . . . . * 235 17 00 9 60 36 50 

74 See Montreal Conference 154 10 23 5 50 23 00 



CARTWRIGHT. 
A township in the County of Durham, Ontario. Distant from Bowmanville 15 miles. 
1843 John Williams . . l 

44 Matthew Connor ... ... . . . . 109 2 00 1 76 

Scugog Island united with it. 

45 Robert Lochead . ... 128 2 18 .. 2 06 

46 Robert Lochead . c . , „ 141 4 14 1 00 



* Almonte set off. 



WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



185 



Year 


Names of Ministers. 


No. of 
Members. 


Conting. 
Fund. 


Educa. 
Fund. 


Sup. M. 
Fund. 


1847 > 


84 


$1 00 




$4 00 


48 > Supplied from Bowmanville Circuit. 

49 ) 

50 Stephen Miles 












.... 






51 John Sanderson . . . 


130 


2 67 




1 10 


52 John Sanderson . 


84 


2 75 




2 00 


53 John Sanderson . 


80 


2 82 


• • * • 


2 23 




72 


3 60 




3 00 




89 


6 31 


$3 25 


3 98 


56 William Richardson 


92 


5 48 


1 15 


4 00 


57 William Richardson . 


115 


7 23 


4 00 


6 00 




115 


8 05 


4 62 


8 00 


59 David A. Johnston, William Sheridan 


240 


11 22 


1 00 


5 80 


60 David A. Johnston, John Mitchell 


289 


6 35 


1 00 


6 07 


61 Andrew Edwards. James W. Sloane 


252 


7 00 


2 50 


6 03 


62 Andrew Edwards 


*276 


10 25 


4 78 


10 34 




142 


4 29 


2 20 


5 27 


64 Henry McDowell ... 


164 


5 71 


2 32 


5 50 


65 Henry McDowell .... 


170 


5 80 


2 37 


5 65 


66 Henry McDowell . 


171 


5 89 


2 41 


5 70 


67 William McDonagh 


171 


6 09 


2 60 


9 50 


68 William McDonagh .... 


200 


10 45 


3 00 


35 00 


69 William McDonagh 


178 


13 00 


4 00 


50 00 


- 70 John Carroll Wilson 


212 


13 50 


5 00 


43 01 


71 John Carroll Wilson, Isaac N. Robinson 


170 


13 53 


6 69 


35 10 


72 Alexander Drennan 


171 


11 10 


4 69 


35 11 


73 John Hodgson ... 


115 


2 82 


.... 


, 4 00 


74 See Toronto Conference 


100 


4 28 


1 20 


110 00 



CASSVILLE. 
A small village in the Township and Co. Stanstead, Quebec. It was formerly part of the Hatley Mission. 



867 John Agar 




.... 








68 1 




65 


3 35 


3 15 


10 35 


to > United with Hatley. 












70) 
























72 Henry W. Knowles 




69 


3 25 


5 00 


5 20 


73 United with Hatley . . 




75 


4 26 


3 60 


7 30 


* 


CASTLETON. 











A village in the Township of Cramahe, County of Northumberland, Ontario. It was formerly part of 

the Colborne Circuit. 

1868 George Robson ... ... ... .... 

69 George Robson .... 200 7 67 4 29 1130 

70 Ebenezer Robson . . 195 8 34 5 55 13 54 

71 Ebenezer Robson 200 9 10 7 50 17 30 

72 Ebenezer Robson . 225 7 40 5 69 12 00 

73 George Browne 200 8 00 6 00 13 41 

74 Toronto Conference 170 10 15 5 25 17 00 



CATARAQUI. 
A village in the Township of Kingston, County of Frontenac. Formerly Waterloo-Kingston, Circuit. 



1868 George Case, John Tozeland 

69 George Case, John Ridley .... 

70 Richard Wilson, William J. Young. 

71 Richard Wilson, John Ferguson. . . 

72 Richard Wilson, William Rilance 

73 William Briden, William F. Perley. 

74 Montreal Conference 



250 
246 
248 
260 
292 
268 
270 



16 50 

13 70 
10 50 

14 76 

15 59 

16 60 
16 53 



50 
00 
34 
51 
80 
00 
10 



25 92 
23 16 
37 47 

37 50 

38 40 

39 28 
45 00 



* Manvers set off. 



186 



CIRCUITS, STATIONS AND MISSIONS. 



* CAVAN. 
So called from the name of a township in the County of Durham, Ontario. 



Year 



Names of Ministers. 



No. of 


Conting. 


Members. 


Fund. 


96 




112 




132 


• 


99 


.... 


218 




230 


.... 


222 




235 




.... 





Educa. 
Fund. 



Sup. M. 
Fund. 



1827 James Norris, Hamilton Biggar .... 

28 Hamilton Biggar 

29 Daniel McMullen. . 

30 Gilbert Miller 

31 Conrad Vandusen, William Young.. . 

32 Conrad Vandusen, James Currie 

33 John Law, Thomas Harmon..- 

34 John Black 

35 William Young 

36 Included in the Peterborough Circuit 



$6 37 

3 73 

10 50 



40 


$4 02 




37 


4 00 


$0 90 


38 


3 32 


90 


59 


2 58 


80 


47 


4 32 


1 20 


'51 


4 35 


75 


49 


4 00 


2 00 


51 


2 12 


1 50 


,50 


4 60 


1 50 


39 


4 08 


1 50 


34 


5 21 


2 56 


36 


5 60 


2 59 


30 






60 


9 14 


3 44 


60 


7 80 


4 91 


65 


5 00 


5 00 



Distant from 




4 03 




5 43 




5 00 




4 00 




4 61 




4 65 




5 00 




2 18 




2 75 




2 90 




4 19 




4 21 




5 28 




6 14 




6 20 



CAVIGNAL. 

A village on the Ottawa River, in the Seigniory and County of Vandreuil, Quebec. 

Montreal 36 miles. 

1854 William T. Hewitt . 

55 William T. Hewitt 

56 William T. Hewitt . . 

57 David Hardie .... ■..-... 

58 Andrew Armstrong . . . . . . 

59 Andrew Armstrong 

60 Robert Brown ..... 

61 William Shannon . . . . 

62 William Shannon . . . . 

63 William Shannon . . 

64 Joseph Kilgour 

65 Joseph Kilgour . . ..„,„.... 

66 Levi Vanderburg 

67 Edward Harris 

68 Edward Harris 

69 John Scott 

70 (See Hudson) ........ 

CAYUGA. 
The County Town of the County of Haldimand, is situated on the Grand River, in the Township of 
Cayuga, Ontario. Distant from Hamilton 23 miles, from Brantford 29 miles, and from Dunn- 
ville 15 miles. 

1855 James Armstrong ... . . ; 

56 James Armstrong. 

57 John Shaw . ' 

58 John Shaw 

59 Thomas Cobb 

60 Thomas Cobb [' 

61 .Alexander Langford . . 

62 Alexander Langford 

63 John L. Kerr 

64 John L. Kerr 

65 John L. Kerr ' : ..'.'...'.'" " 

66 Wm. Richardson 

67 Wm. Richardson [[ 

68 Wm. Richardson 

69 William Savage ' [[ 

70 William Savage . ...!!, 

71 William Savage . . '.'.'.".' 

72 John Sanderson, Thomas Gee 
7 o | John Sanderson, | ,™ . -. _, ' 
16 j Edmund E. Sweet, J Char J es R ' Morrow ■ ■ 
74 See London Conference s . , 



51 

55 

71 

74 

100 

115 

99 

100 

105 

101 

194 

128 

134 

127 

177 

200 

220 

187 

162 



4 18 


1 50 


8 50 


4 08 


6 75 


4 00 


5 03 


3 00 


6 80 


1 69. 


4 20 


1 60 


4 35 


1 93 


4 98 


2 02 


3 66 


2 12 


3 45 


2 36 


3 87 


1 73 


4 22 


1 80 


4 32 


1 91 


5 12 


2 68 


6 00 


3 00 


6 25 


4 0ft 


6 30 


4 25 


4 50 


4 00 


5 55 


3 50 



4 90 
6 38 
6 42 
6 50 
2 00 

8 00 

9 07 



67 
27 
50 
12 



6 67 

6 00 

7 75 
7 10 
7 50 

7 80 

8 00 

9 00 



CENTREVILLE. 

A village in the County of Addington, Ontario. It is situate ,in the Township of Camden, and is 

distant from Kingston 27 miles — formerly known as Sheffield Mission. 

18 !!q i ay S ' Youmans » w m- Short .... 170 8 48 415 8 00 

58 Jay S. Youmans, Wm. H. Peake. . ... .... 261 8 75 3 00 10 00 

59 Jay S. Youmans. Taiutr- dn\A onn T ra o ii i an 



WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



187 



Year 



Names of Ministers. 



1860 Charles Taggart, Wm. J. Hewitt. . . 

61 Charles Taggart, Edmund S. Shorey 

62 Wm. Richardson 

63 Thomas Cobb 

64 John C. Ash. .. 

65 John C. Ash 

66 John C. Ash . ... 

67 EdmundS. Rupert, M.A. 

68 Edmund S. Rupert, M.A 

69 Edmund S. Rupert, M.A 

70 Ephraim L. Koyl 

71 Ephraim L. Koyl 

72 Ephraim L. Koyl 

73 William Rilance 

74 See Montreal Conference .... 



No. of 
Members. 



274 
257 
220 
120 
100 
136 
131 
155 
146 
149 
150 
144 
127 
151 
104 



Conting. 


Fund. 


$7 21 


4 99 


4 90 


2 99 


2 45 


3 00 


3 50 


3 75 


4 04 


4 76 


4 70 


5 30 


5 42 


5 46 


6 04 



Educa. 
Fund. 



75 
40 
00 



75 



20 
50 

50 
75 
80 
35 
27 
75 
84 
91 
54 



Sup. M. 
Fund. 



$7 64 
8 00 
7 50 



00 
65 
00 



6 00 
10 00 

5 38 

7 28 
7 03 

10 £4 

15 82 
14 18 

16 53 



39 
23 
18 



21 
23 
19 
20 
16 
17 
12 
15 



4 00 
1 00 



40 



CHAMBLY. 

A village on the west side of the River Richelieu, in the Seigniory and County of Richelieu, Quebec. 

Distant from Montreal 18 miles, and from St. John s 12 miles. 

1850 John Douglas 

51 John Douglas ^ 

. gl | United with St. John's. 

54 John Douglas 

55 David Jennings 

56 Thomas Cleworth 

57) 

to > United with St. John's. 
65) 

66 Edward Harris 

67 Joseph Hill 

68 Samuel E. Maudsley 

69 John B. Armstrong . . 

70 John B. Armstrong 

71 James Masson 

72 James Masson 

73 James Masson 

74 See Montreal Conference 



25 
00 

42 
54 
83 
70 

77 
00 



00 
15 
85 
00 
09 
01 
23 
30 



2 00 



5 50 

6 00 
2 00 
6 00 
6 50 
5 35 
4 50 



6 21 



CHANDOS. 
A village and township in the County of Peterboro', Ontario. 



Distant from Coboconk 38 miles. 



1869 John C. Garrett 

70 William L. Rutledge . . 

71 William Craig 

72 Almon P. Lyons 

73 William Buchanan 

74 See Toronto Conference 



46 
42 
36 
44 
40 



3 02 
1 14 

i 07 
1 25 



50 

i 66 
2 00 

1 15 



3 25 
3 00 

3 60 

4 66 
1 58 



348 


7 20 


370 


20 50 


353 


15 15 


266 


7 73 


200 


12 89 


233 


15 76 


229 


12 12 


232 


14 00 


300 


20 62 


223 


22 03 


200 


24 00 


195 


24 83 


257 


15 15 


263 


18 42 



6 78 
6 76 



3 32 



CHATHAM. 

The County Town of the County of Kent. It is situate on the River Thames, in the Township of 
Raleigh. Distant from Windsor 46 miles, from London 64 miles, from Hamilton 138 miles, and 
from Toronto 176 miles. 

1843 Cornelius Flummerfelt, George Young 

44 Samuel C. Philp, Joseph E. Ryerson 

45 Samuel C. Philp, Richard Whiting 

46 William Willoughby, Nathan Axtle 

47 Edward Sallows, John Webster ... 

48 Samuel Fear, John G. Laird 

49 Samuel Fear, Thomas Stobbs .... 

50 Thomas Fawcett, Joel Briggs 

51 William Price, James Taylor 

52 William Price, Joseph Hugill 

53 William Price, William Creighton 

54 Edmund Shepherd, Thomas D. Pearson 

55 Noble F. English, William Hawke 

56 Noble F. English, John C. Ash . . 

ki William Ames. Samuel Down 



7 


10 


6 


00 


2 


12 


3 


33 


5 


12 


4 


37 


7 


48 


13 


45 


18 37 


25 


00 


20 00 


16 


00 


16 00 



188 



CIRCUITS, STATIONS AND MISSIONS. 



Year 



Names of Ministers. 



1858 Edwin Clement, Henry Beeson 

59 Edwin Clement, Henry Beeson 

60 Edwin Clement, William Irwin ...... 

61 George Cochran, David Brethour 

62 George Cochran, Peter Bawtinhimer 

63 Lewis Warner, Kenneth McKenzie . . 

64 Thomas Cleghorn, Manly Benson . 

oc n n j \ Thomas Cullen 

65 George Goodson j Wm p Magwood - 

66 George Goodson, James Laird 

67 George Goodson, John James Hare 

68 Alex. Langford, George A. Mitchell, B.A. 

69 Alex. Langford, Thomas Cardus 

70 Alex. Langford, Richard W. Woodsworth 

71 Edward B. Ryckman, M.A., John Semmens . . 

72 Edward B. Ry(&man, M.A., John E. Lanceley 

73 William S. Griffin, Joseph Odery 

74 See London Conference . . . 



No. of 
Members. 



292 
364 
417 
215 
188 
211 
175 

141 

177 
190 
172 
180 
185 
194 
175 
185 
156 



Conting. 


Educa. 


Fund. 


Fund. 


$16 12 


$8 50 


18 62 


13 81 


18 78 


14 35 


14 34 


12 26 


12 95 


4 50 


14 11 


5 91 


14 00 


5 95 


12 50 


5 59 


15 28 


8 76 


16 25 


9 00 


16 50 


9 29 


22 57 


19 00 


23 25 


22 00 


39 24 


25 00 


37 40 


23 10 ' 


40 54 


13 24 


42 36 1 


17 09 



Sup. M. 
Fund. 



$12 00 

25 07 
39 65 
20 31 
12 77 
24 00 

26 76 

23 10 

29 62 

30 00 
30 50 

50 25 

51 00 

52 00 

53 00 
61 06 
67 00 



CHATSWORTH. 

A village in the Township of Holland, County of Grey, Ontario. 

and Sullivan Mission. 

1866 John Neelands . . ... 

67 John Neelands 

68 Joseph Hill 

69 Joseph Hill . . . . . . 

70 Josias Greene 

71 Josias Greene . . 

72 Josias Greene .... . . ... .... 

73 John Webster 

74 See Toronto Conference ... 



It was formerly called Holland 



2 78 

2 80 

3 00 

3 65 

4 26 
6 00 
6 76 

11 25 
11 32 



78 


2 04 


2 04 


67 


2 12 


2 14 


64 


2 67 


2 00 


54 


2 80 


1 55 


57 


3 00 


1 70 


90 


7 78 


3 00 


.178 


8 04 


5 00 


179 


9 31 


5 00 


161 


9 41 


5 10 



CHELSEA. 

t 

A small village in the Township of Hull, County of Ottawa, Province of Quebec. 

1873 Peter Ker , . . , ... . 

74 Montreal Conference . . . . | 40 I 4 53 1 15 | 



3 14 



CHINGUACOUSY. 
A township in the County of Peel, Ontario. It was formerly part of the Georgetown Circuit. 



1872 Benjamin Sherlock 

73 Benjamin Sherlock 

74 See Toronto Conference 



160 
125 



6 30 

7 50 



15 

20 



11 00 
11 16 



CHIPPAWA. 



A village at the mouth of the River Chippawa, in the Townships of Stamford and Willoughby, County 

of Welland, Ontario. It was formerly part of Stamford Circuit. 
1843 Sylvester Hurlburt 

44 Included again in the Stamford Circuit 

45 John K. Williston 

46 Luther O. Rice 

47 Luther O. Rice, Stephen Brownell . 

48 Reuben E. Tupper, Stephen Brownell 

49 Reuben E. Tupper, George Case 

50 Reuben E. Tupper, Nelson Brown. 

51 Robert Corson, William Creighton 

52 Name of Circuit changed to Crowland ...'".'. 



ioo 


6 43 




107 


10 43 




93 


10 95 




149 


9 58 




122 


16 57 




130 


14 32 




120 


14 52 




110 


10 40 





7 66 

14 - 73 
4 00 

4 00 

5 00 
16 60 
12 00 

8 25 



CLARENCEVILLE. 

A village in the Township of Noyan, County of Missiquoi, Quebec, k was formerly part of St Armwid 

Circuit. 
1845 Thomas Campbell . . 

k46 Thomas Campbell 210 

47 Thomas Campbell ...... 176 



WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



189 



Year 


Names of Ministers. 


No. of 
Members. 


Conting. 
Fund. 


Educa. 
Fund. 


Sup. M. 
Fund. 


48 Edmund S. Ingalls 


193 • 








49 Edmund S. Ingalls ... 




.... 






50 Edmund S. Ingalls . . . . 




















52 Henry Lanton ... . . .... 






.... 




53 Henry Lanton 




.... 






54 Henry Lanton ... . . .... 










55 John Tomkins 


229 




.... 




56 John Tomkins ... .... 


200 


$4 20 


$3 96 


$5 00 


57 John Tomkins 


109 




3 23 


8 00 


58 Rufus A. Flanders 


186 




2 00 


10 00 


59 Rufus A. Flanders 


181 


2 82 


2 86 


3 49 


60 Rufus A. Flanders . . . 


172 




2 90 


.4 39 


61 Thomas W. Constable . . . 


173 


2 25 


1 80 


5 85 


62 Thomas W. Constable 


199 


6 18 


1 81 


12 00 


63 Thomas W. Constable . . . . 


151 


2 86 


1 37 


8 25 


64 Rufus A. Flanders . 


142 


4 05 


2 15 


6 15 


fit . ( Rufus A. Flanders ) 
j James Graham . ) 


154 


3 50 


3 11 


6 08 


66 Samuel G. Phillips 


144 


1 80 


3 14 


7 70 


67 Samuel G. Phillips . . ... 


215 


1 62 


2 50 


7 97 




253 


1 61 


2 55 


7 00 




227 


2 30 


3 75 


7 86 


70 John Armstrong 


205 


2 30 


6 40 


11 50 


71 John Armstrong 


210 


8 19 


8 54 


21 00 




220 


8 25 


7 00 


25 00 


73 George H. Squire, B. A 


235 


9 00 


6 64 


35 00 


74 See Montreal Conference ... 


216 


10 08 


7 00 


35 00 



CLARENDON. 
A village and township on the Ottawa River, in the County of Pontiac, Quebec. 



1833 Stephen Brownell 

34 

35 Daniel Berney 

36 William Willoughby 

37 Vincent B. Howard 

38 Stephen Brownell 

39 John Armstrong 

4C John Armstrong 

41 James Hughes 

42 William Dignam. ... .... 

43 William Norton. 

44 William Norton ... 

45 John Howes . 

46 James Greener 

47 James Greener 

48 David Jennings, Lewis Morton . ... 

49 David Jennings 

50 Wm. M. Pattyson, Silas Huntingdon . 

51 Wm. M. Pattyson, Andrew McAlister 

Portage-du-Fort united with it. 

52 Thomas McMullen . 

53 Thomas McMullen 

54 Luther Houghton 

55 Luther Houghton 

56 Richard Robinson 

57 Richard Pobinson . 

58 Wm. T. Hewitt, Samuel Teeson 

59 Wm T. Hewitt, Hiram Fowler 

60 Wm. T. Hewitt 

61 William Creighton 

62 William Creighton 

63 William Creighton, Charles E. Ferry . 

64 William Shannon (W. W. Meacham) . 

65 William Shannon, John H. Stewart 

66 William Shannon, John H. Stewart 



55 

50 

80 

96 

103 

93 

92 

92 

86 

90 

187 

201 

228 

228 

211 

182 

146 

168 

170 
175 
190 
274 
234 
173 
168 
202 
207 
154 
167 
186 
184 
190 
195 



14 93 
3 59 
7 15 
6 18 

1 25 

2 00 
9 07 

11 60 



11 
5 
4 
4 



60 

20 
02 
00 
68 



8 30 

10 49 

11 .S3 



6 71 

7 03 
7 IS 
7 00 
6 45 
2 37 
2 87 

2 90 

3 20 

2 05 

3 00 



2 19 

3 91 

4 03 
4 14 
2 50 



25 
35 

20 



1 51 
1 04 



50 
25 
75 
00 
00 
28 
48 



1 50 
1 50 
1 00 
4 12 



4 25 

5 90 
5 35 

7 50 

8 00 
8 00 
8 00 
8 15 

00 
76 
15 
80 
67 
05 



Portage du Fort set off. 



190 



CIRCUITS, STATIONS AND MISSIONS. 



Year 



Names of Ministers. 



1867 William Sanderson, Andrew C. Eastman 

68 William Sanderson 

69 John Howes .... 

70 John Howes . . .... 

Portage du Fort annexed, 1 year. 

71 Edwin Fessant, Brabazon B. Dundas. . . 

72 George Stenning 

78 George Stenning . . 

74 Montreal Conference . ' . . . 



No. of 


Conting. 


Educa. 


Members. 


Fund. 


Fund. 


203 


$3 49 


•1 12 


220 


4 81 


2 74 


206 


4 97 


3 00 


157 


6 00 


3 50 


174 


6 14 


4 90 


207 


8 10 


7 00 


164 


5 00 


2 00 


173 


4 00 


1 25 



Sup. M. 
Fund. 



87 63 

10 31 

11 59 
20 00 

25 00 

36 50 

15 00 

6 00 



CLINTON. 

A village in the townships of Tuekersmith, Hullet and Goderich, County of Huron, Ontario. It was 
formerly part of Goderich Mission. It is distant from Goderich 12 miles, from Stratford 32 miles, 
and from Toronto 120 miles. 

1854 -Alex. Campbell, John Hough. . ........ 

55 Alex. Campbell, Alex. Sutherland 

56 Alex. Campbell . . 

57 Thomas Cleghorn, Joseph Jones ...... . 

58 Thomas Cleghorn, Samuel C. Philp, Jr. 

59 Thomas Cleghorn, George H. Cornish . . 

60 John Mills, Daniel E. Brownell ... 

61 John Mills, Thomas Kelly 

62 John Mills, Thomas E. Garbutt. 

63 William J. Hunter, Daniel E. Brownell 

64 Robert Brewster, Thomas Brock . . . 
<!5 Robert Brewster, George Mitchell 

66 Robert Brewster, George Leach 

67 William Hawke, Henry Kellam ... 

68 William Hawke, Henry Kellam ' 

69 William Hawke, Henry Kellam 

70 James Graham 

71 James Graham 

72 James Graham ........ 

73 William S. Blackstock 

74 See London Conference 



• • ■ • 


* • • • • 


. . • 


319 


5 50 


8 80 


341 


27 83 


9 40 


351 


21 00 


9 61 


362 


26 00 


13 00 


406 


23 40 


9 25 


427 


25 00 


10 00 


422 


26 00 


11 00 


430 


24 00 


10 11 


406 


20 00 


8 51 


* 412 


21 29 


9 20 


358 


21 30 


9 30 


335 


21 30 


5 68 


341 


21 30 


7 50 


304 


22 36 


7 80 


345 


24 67 


16 36 


t340 


24 89 ' 


17 03 


122 


13 75 


8 25 


113 


9 59 


6 32 


116 


13 00 


7 25 


154 


12 72 


6 00 



9 25 
18 00 

20 15 
31 50 
35 00 
43 00 
48 00 
51 00 
66 56 

60 87 

61 00 

62 00 
55 30 
71 87 
74 10 
71 19 

21 50 
16 00 
24 75 
40 00 



COATICOKE and BARNSTON. 



Two villages in the County of Stanstead, Quebec. Distant from Montreal about 118 miles, and from 

Stanstead Plains 13 miles. It was formerly part of Stanstead Mission. 
1860 Benjamin Cole 



61 Benjamin Cole 

62 Benjamin Cole .... 

63 John Salmon, B.A. ... 

64 John Salmon, B.A. .. 

65 John S. Evans ... 

66 John S. Evans . .... 

67 James E. Richardson 

68 James E. Richardson 

69 James E. Richardson.. , 

70 Joseph M. Hagar, M.A 

71 Joseph M. Hagar, M.A., Henry W- Knowles. , 

72 Joseph M. Hagar, M.A., Allan Patterson.. 

73 LeRoy Hooker, Allan Patterson 

74 See Montreal Conference 



• a a • 


• • • • 


> * > • 


80 


15 75 


.4 35 


88 


7 75 


3 06 


73 


6 61 


2 16 


73 


6 67 


1 50 


76 


5 35 


1 62 


59 


6 16 


5 64 


59 


6 28 


1 70 


67 


13 66 


5 07 


64 


12 00 


7 00 


84 


12 02 


7 42 


109 


12 50 


10 00 


136 


7 05 


4 61 


140 


8 20 


5 33 


150 


8 45 


5 20 



9 20 

10 00 
6 19 
6 73 
4 57 

6 87 

7 00 
9 31 

11 12 

11 52 

12 10 
10 22 
10 25 
10 86 



COBOOONK. 

A small village in the township of Bexley, County of Victoria, Ontario. It was formerly called 

Victoria Road Mission. 



1863 Peter Campbell 

The townships of Garden and Dalton now united to it. 

64 Peter Campbell, James A. McClung 

65 William H. Schofield, B.A., James A. McClung..., 

66 Alex. A. Magwood. 

67 David Hardie ....... 



57 


1 76 




45 


1 25 


75 


82 


75 


45 00 


t 83 




" 


45 


i is 






1 00 

1 40 
1 00 

6*72 



h Some appointments given to Seaforth. + Londesboro'. with 238 members set off. 

+ Ponton nns? Ttnl4-A«* nu+ r\Pf *%T\A H/\1 BitTrat* Miooinn firvmvinrl 



WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



191 



Year 



Names of Ministers. 



1868 David Hardie. 

69 David Hardie 

Bolsover united. 

70 Wm Sutton, Brabazon B. Dundas . 

71 Wm. Sutton, Almon P. Lyons 

72 Wm. Sutton 

73 Albert C. Wilson 

74 Toronto Conference 



No. of 
Members. 



62 
66 

37 
122 
126 

47 
50 



Conting. 
Fund. 



00 
15 

21 
30 
00 
60 
03 



Educa. 
Fund. 



n oo 

2 25 
50 



75 
75 
10 
90 



Sup. M. 
Fund. 



$4 08 
4 30 

2 00 
9 57 
8 00 
2 75 
10 00 



COBOURG. 

The County Town of the County of Northumberland, Ontario. It is situated in the township of 
Hamilton, on the north shore of Lake Ontario. It was formerly called Smith's Creek Circuit. 



1825 David Breakenridge, John Black.. . . 

26 Wm. Slater, John Black . . . 

27 Wm. Slater, Egerton Ryerson. 

28 James Norris, Ephraim Evans. 

29 David Wright, John Carroll 

30 David Wright, Daniel McMullen. . 

31 Rowley Hey land, Edmund Shepherd . 

32 Richard Jones, John C. Davidson. 

33 Richard Jones, Thomas Bevitt. . 

34 Thomas Bevitt, Heman Davis. 

35 Hamilton Biggar, John Flanagan 

36 George Poole, Adam Townley .... 

37 John Carroll, John Douse. , 

38 John Carroll, Hannibal Mulkins . 

39 James Brock, Alex. McNab . 

40 James Brock, John Beatty 

41 Edwy M. Ryerson .... 

42 Edwy M. Ryerson. 

43 Asahel Hurlburt. . . 

44 Wm. McCullough , 

45 Wm. McCullough 

46 Jonathan Scott. 

47 Jonathan Scott. 

48 John Douse. . . . 

49 John Bredin 

50 John Bredin 

51 George R. Sanderson . 

52 George R. Sanderson . . 

53 George R. Sanderson. , 

54 George H. Davis . 

55 George H. Davis.. . . 

56 John Bredin 

57 John Bredin. . 

58 John Bredin. 

59 Wm. H. Poole . 

60 Wm. H. Poole 

61 Wm. H. Poole 

62 James H. Bishop . 

63 James H. Bishop. . . 

64 James H. Bishop . . 

65 Richard Jones, Charles Lavell, M.A.. 

66 Richard Jones, Charles Lavell, M.A 

67 Richard Jones. , . 

68 William Pollard 

69 William Pollard 

70 William Pollard 

71 William Briggs 

72 William Briggs 

73 William Briggs 

74 Toronto Conference 




472 

452 

325 

317 

360 

519 

538 

560 

400 

447 

404 

300 

296 

522 
+ 468 

393 
J 184 ' 

207 

342 

256 

280 

292 

255 

245 

185 

155 

163 

161 

170 

270 

282 

346 

353 

365 
§380,, 

222 

257 

315 

269 

237 

226 

253 

224 

219 

231 

221 

266 

250 

281 

206 



24 50 

28 48 

25 64 
19 22 

7 67 
10 30 
14 26 

14 80 
17 42 
17 50 

17 75 

18 58 

10 61 

11 88 

12 00 

15 45 

16 03 

19 55 

18 45 

20 00 
32 80 

21 18 

22 55 

13 00 

13 00 

14 50 

19 00 
18 65 
•21 66 
21 77 

26 75 
25 48 

30 12 

31 21 

35 00 

36 71 

40 00 

41 17 



20 16 
18 83 
24 93 

20 55 

21 00 
9 00 

8 00 

9 00 
6 27 
9 20 

10 00 
13 55 

11 68 
11 37 
27 00 
26 09 

40 00 

41 25 
20 CO 
°0 00 



2 10 


12 00 


14 16 


14 31 


8 90 


26 66 


9 87 


8 00 


6 37 


7 30 


8 00 


10 00 


12 25 


14 27 


14 85 


12 00 


12 50 


8 45 


9 25 


10 00 


12 10 


9 75 


30 87 


60 00 


50 00 


60 25 


17 00 


17 50 


26 75 


13 50 


39 00 


39 00 


50 00 


52 75 


75 00 


65 00 


73 00 


102 75 


85 00 


85 00 


87 00 



* Bolsover again set off. + Colborne set off. J Port Hope set off. 

§ Baltimore, Grafton, and Plainville set off. 



192 



CIRCUITS, STATIONS AND MISSIONS. 



COLBORNE 

A village in the township of Cramahe, County of Northumberland, Ontario. It was formerly part 

of the Cobourg Circuit. It is distant from Cobourg 14 miles, and from Toronto 86 miles. 



Year 



Names of Ministers. 



No. of 


Conting. 


Educa. 


Members; 


Fund. 


Fund. 


142' 


$5 25 





112 


5 40 




200 


7 00 




220 


2 60 




222 


4 00 


• • ■ 


306 


8 25 


• . . 


363 


16 00 




335 


12 00 





372 


18 58 




*460 


16 00 




266 


7 60 




170 


5 83 




177 


6 42 





170 


6 80 




167 


9 30 




118 


8 30 





142 


10 87 


$4 65 


210 


8 60 


6 68 


271 


8 00 


4 10 


287 


9 02 


4 50 


303 


7 65 


3 36 


317 


8 00 


4 00 


391 


11 52 


4 94 


431 


11 77 


5 60 


395 


10 38 


5 71 


384 


10 00 


' 5 07 


379 


11 25 


5 44 


365 


12 64 


5 92 


t350 


16 67 


9 04 


195 


12 31 


10 33 


189 


15 82 


10 50 


170 


11 14 


10 68 


203 


11 90 


5 00 


200 


12 50 


8 00 


200 


12 75 


6 24 



Sup. M. 
Fund. 



1839 Wm. Haw 

40 Joseph Messmore 

41 Joseph Messmore. ... 

42 Wm. Young. ... 

43 John Black 

44 John Black, David B. Madden . 

45 Egbert Darlington, Daniel Wright 

46 Robert Darlington, Nelson Brown 

47 Wm. Morton, Abraham Dayman 

48 Wm. Coleman, Wm. Morton . . ; 

49 Sylvester Hurlburt, Nelson Brown. . . 

50 Sylvester Hurlburt 

51 James Hughes ...... 

52 James Hughes .....(. 

53 JohnG. Witted 

54 JohnG. Witted 

55 Charles Taggart . . . 

56 Charles Taggart .... 

57 Charles Taggart .... 

58 Thomas Stobbs . 

59 Thomas Stobbs 

60 Isaac B. Aylesworth, M.D. , . . ....... . 

61 Isaac B. Aylesworth, M.D., James Hannon 

62 Francis Coleman, James Hannon. „,..,. 

63 Francis Coleman, Wm. Halstead 

64 David C. Clappison, John Burwash, B. A 

65 David C. Clappison, Samuel Might 

66 David C. Clappison, Thomas M. Campbell. ... 

67 Robert Fowler, M.D., M.R.C.S., George Robson 

68 Robert Fowler, M.D., M.R.C.S 

69 Robert Fowler, M.D, M.R.C.S 

70 George Case 

71 George Case 

72 William MeCullough . . 

73 William MeCullough 

74 See Toronto Conference 



COLDWATER. 
A village in the township of Medonte, County of Simcoe, Ontario 

1868 Supplied from Orillia 

69 John W. Clipsham . 

70 John W. Clipsham 



71 Supplied from Orillia 

72 Supplied from Orillia 
-o \ Robert Lochead, 



Thomas Snowdon 
74 See Toronto Conference . 



*3 10 

3 20 

4 00 
3 18 
3 50 
8 00 

10 00 
10 00 
14 85 
13 00 

10 00 

6 48 

7 25 

8 00 
8 32 
3 72 

11 22 
20 00 
13 00 

16 75 
11 52 
20 50 
22 00 
22 00 
22 50 

17 35 
29 34 
31 10 
27 50 

19 10 
25 00 

17 50 

18 23 

20 00 
20 00 



It was formerly part of Orillia Circuit. 



78 

1 92 

1 00 
12 22 

4 85 

2 48 



20 


a • • » 


*- . 


22 


89 


56 


41 


20 


17 


34 


4 78 


5 02 


41 


6 24 


7 34 


49 


5 40 


1 97 


52 


3 00 


1 55 



It was formerly Thorne Mission. 



COLLFIELD. 
A village in the township of Litchfield, County of Pontiac, Quebec 

1870 James Simpson, Wm. Knox 

71 George Stenning 

72 Samuel E. Maudsley . .„,,.. , 

73 See Bryson ... 

COLLINGWOOD. 
A Town in the township of Nottawasaga, on the Georgian Bay, County of Simcoe, Ontaro. 



70 


2 90 


2 50 


3 63 


75 


5 09 


1 10 


8 00 


81 


2 29 




8 00 


54 


3 76 


1 29 


6 14 



from Toronto 96 miles. 



1853 Edward Sallows. 

54 Edward Sallows 

55 Joel Briggs. 



39 

48 



2 42 
2 26 



Distant 



1 88 

2 46 



* r..;,.v,+™ 



+ PiXlil^A* 



WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFEKENCE. 



193 



Year 



Names of Ministers. 



1856 Robert Graham 

57 Robert Graham 

58 Kennedy Creighton 

59 Kennedy Creighton 

Nottawasaga Mission united with it for one year. 

60 Charles Silvester, Edwin Fessant .... 

61 Charles Silvester .... 

62 Charles Fish ... . . 

63 Charles Fish 

64 Edward H. Dewart 

65 William Lund 



66 Charles Turver . . 

67 Charles Turver 

68 Charles Turver 

69 Francis Berry 

70 Francis Berry .... 

71 Francis Berry . . 

72 Joseph W. McCallum 

73 Joseph W. McCallum 

74 See Toronto Conference 



No. of 
Members 



32 
35 
33 
24 

27 

139 

21 

68 

35 

27 

35 

31 

34 

50 

60 

104 

173 

163 

164 



Conting. 
Fund. 



$4 12 
5 05 
3 00 
2 80 



1 
11 
3 
4 
3 



60 

28 
10 
35 
00 
2 50 

2 55 

3 00 
3 50 
3 60* 



Educa. 
Fund. 



8 98 
13 30 
15 00 
13 70 



$3 00 
1 92 
1 83 
1 75 

1 45 

5 05 

2 49 
2 50 



Sup. M. 
Fund. 



§3 50 

10 00 

4 00 

2 75 



(54 
47 
55 
50 
60 
00 
70 
00 
20 
75 
50 



50 
75 

20 
50 
00 

20 



4 85 



5 00 

5 00 
4 50 
13 20 
9 45 
18 00 
20 00 
20 00 



COMPTON. 



A tillage and township in the County of Compton, Quebec. Distant from Stanstead 20 miles, from 

Montreal 110 miles. 



1840 Edmund Botterell 

41 John Tomkins 

42 John Tomkins 

43 John Tomkins ' 

44 Edmund S. Ingalls 

45 Edmund S. Ingalls 

46 Benjamin Slight, M. A 

47 Benjamin Slight, M.A . . 

48 Thomas Campbell . 

49 Thomas Campbell . . 

50 Malcolm McDonald 

51 Malcolm McDonald 

52 Malcolm McDonald 

53 William Andrews . 

54 JohnB. Selley, M.D 

55 JohnB. Selley, M.D . . . .. .. 

Coaticoke now united with it. 

56 John B. Selley, M.D 

57 Joseph Forsyth 

58 Joseph Forsyth . . 

59 Joseph Forsyth . 

60 Samuel G. Phillips . . 

61 Samuel G. Phillips 

62 Samuel G. Phillips 

63 Benjamin Cole, William W 

64 Benjamin Cole 

65 Benjamin Cole 

66 Joseph E. Sanderson, M.A 

67 Joseph E. Sanderson, M.A 

68 Moses M. Johnson 

69 Moses M. Johnson 

70 James E. Richardson 

71 James E. Richardson 

72 James E. Richardson 

73 Thomas C. Brown 

74 See Montreal Conference 



Ross 



203 
195 
185 
155 
165 
165 
189 
83 
100 



104 

50 
59 
60 
60 

60 
90 
78 

104 
74 
97 
80 
69 
74 
62 
79 
71 
70 
74 

100 



2 00 

2 25 
6 00 
6 50 
6 00 



30 

60 
68 



2 95 
5 27 
5 80 

3 83 



3 90 



4 

4 
3 
8 
8 
8 
11 



S6 
94 
50 
94 
42 
50 
15 



10 
03 
00 
63 
33 



6 00 



60 

4.") 
50 



2 00 

7 00 
12 00 
15 00 

15 00 
6 00 

5 09 

8 20 

6 36 
5 45 
5 02 
5 17 

18 25 

9 07 

3 35 
9 00 

12 50 
12 50 

16 00 



CONSECON. 



*. village in the townships of Hillier and Ameliasburg, County of Prince Edward, Ontario, 
from Picton 22 miles, from Brighton 15 miles. 

1844 Robert Corson, John Sanderson . 

45 William McFadden, Thomas Cleghorn 

46 William McFadden, Abraham Dayman 

47 William McFadden, Charles Turver . . 

13 



481 


12 30 


385 


15 50 


372 


! 16 22 



Distan 



13 08 

13 12 

9 23 



194 



CIRCUITS, STATIONS AND MISSIONS. 



Year 



Names of Ministers. 



59 John Jackson 



1848 Richard Jones, William H. Poole 

49 Richard Jones, William H. Poole . . . 

50 David B. Madden, John A. Williams 

51 David B. Madden, John A. Williams 

52 John A. Williams, John G. Witted 

53 Michael Fawcett, Charles Taggart . . . 

54 Michael Fawcett, Charles Taggart 

55 Michael Fawcett, Peter German . 

56 Michael Fawcett, David B. Madden 

__ T , T I David B. Madden 

57 Johp Lever j Arthur Browning 

58 James Greener, John Jackson . .... 
Robert Fowler, M.D. 
Alex. Campbell, 2nd. 

60 Joel Briggs, Edward Harris 

61 Joel Briggs, Alex. Lester 

62 Joel Briggs, George Brown, 2nd 

63 George Browne, David Kennedy, B.A. 

64 George Browne, David Kennedy, B.A. 

65 George Browne, David Brethour ... 

66 John Walton, Alex. Hardie, B.A 

«t t i. -V.T u ( Elisha Tennant 

67 John Walton, 



No. of 
Members. 



Thomas Campbell 

68 John Walton, Edward Morrow. M.A. 

69 Andrew B. Chambers 

70 Andrew B. Chambers 

71 Andrew B. Chambers 

72 William J. Hewitt 

73 William J. Hewitt 

74 Toronto Conference 



380 
510 
480 
442 
409 
470 
490 
586 
595 

666 

707 

450 

297 
399 
303 
350 
350 
325 
386 

365 

344 
+ 357 
148 
LSI 
163 
140 
141 



Conting. 
Fund. 



$14 49 
20 00 
20 55 
20 60 

18 68 

19 00 
17 00 
17 60 

19 00 

20 00 
13 70 

5 05 



Educa. 
Fund. 



$4 20 

6 00 

7 00 
7 10 
2 50 



Sup. ft 
Fund 



9 37 


3 25 


29 50 


10 00 


5 00 


32 00 


8 00 


4 00 


27 00 


7 21 


2 22 


30 00 


10 60 


3 62 


46 17 


7 72 


2 00 


31 00 


9 00 


5 00 


33 00 


10 25 


4 00 


34 50 


8 08 


4 00 


26 57 


9 58 


7 18 


27 24 


9 C6 


5 65 


17 80 


10 00 


7 61 


2L 00 


10 19 


7 30 


22 75 


8 50 ] 


4 00 


8 00 


9 50 | 


4 00 


18 00 



$10 2( 
26 3J 
29 OC 
31 48 

34 23 
38 00 
31 75 

35 00 

36 00 

46 80 
53 32 
66 75 



COOKSHIRE. 
A village in the township of Eaton, Co. Compton, Quebec. It was formerly part of the Eato,n Circui 

1871 Hiram Fowler . . .. ... 

72 Cornelius Jones . . . 46 4 00 2 78 6 03 

73 Cornelius Jones 54 4 85 3 00 6 50 

74 Montreal Conference . ..i . . . ' 54 5 00 2 09 6 00 

COOKSTOWN. 

A village on the corners of the townships of West Gwillimbury, Tecumseth and Essa, in the Count 
of Simcoe, Ontario. Distant from Toronto 49 miles, from Barrie 13 miles, and from Bradfor 
13 miles. It was formerly part of Bradford Circuit. 



1851 Luther 0. Rice .... ....... 










52 Luther O. Rice . . . . 


98 


6 58 




3 90 


53 Luther 0. Rice ... 


131 


5 20 




6 40 


54 Joel Briggs ... . . ..= .',,... 


133 


9 07 




9 77 


55 John A. Williams 


210 


6 50 


3 15 


11 00 




205 


12 00 


6 50 


30 00 


57 Charles Turver, Nicholas R. Willoughby 


200 


15 40 


7 00 


22 00 


58 Charles Turver, Isaac Baker ... 


282 


12 20 


4 05 


18 00 


59 John S. Clarke, Benjamin Sherlock . . 


281 


10 20 


3 43 


25 25 


60 John S. Clarke, Thomas Bell 


331 


10 68 


3 50 


20 00 


61 John S. Clarke, Thomas Bell 


323 


10 50 


3 50 


29 00 


62 Joseph Sheply, Isaac Gold 


355 


10 75 


4 00 


34 50 


63 Matthew Swann, Joseph Colling 


353 


14 03 


6 56 


60 86 


64 Matthew Swann, Nelson Burns, M.A. 


365 


15 98 


8 72 


71 52 


65 Matthew Swann, Peter Addison . 


, 394 
' 412 


11 18 


7 11 


60 00 


66 Alex. R. Campbell, Peter Addison ... 


15 32 


8 56 


60 84 


67 Alex. R. Campbell, Peter Addison 


370 


15 47 


7 08 


80 50 


68 Alex. R. Campbell, John H. Keppel .... 


437 


23 00 


8 20 


90 50 


69 Wiliam Hay, Andrew Cunningham . . ... 


i 521 


18 93 


15 00 


87 10 


70 William Hay, David Cattanach ...... ... 


365 


14 93 


7 43 


72 93 


71 Wm. Hay, John C. Stevenson. ... „ .. 


375 


18 86 


10 00 


75 51 


72 Wm. Irwin, Charles Smith . . , 


380 


20 32 


10 25 


75 52 


73 Wm. Irwin, Wm. G. Howson ... 


360 


18 00 


9 11 


77 00 


74 See Toronto Conference ... 


360 


18 09 


9 25 


77 16 



WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



195 



COOKSVILLE. 

A village on Dundas Street, in Toronto township, County of Peel, Ontario. Di stant from Toronto 
16 miles, from Port Credit 2J miles. It was formerly part of Toronto Circuit. 



Yew- 



Names of Ministers. 



1848 David Wright 

49 David Wright . 

50 James Hughes. 

51 Jonathan Scott .... 

52 Jonathan Scott 

53 Jonathan Scott 

54 Benjamin Nankeville 

55 Benjamin Nankeville 

-„ I Benjamin Nankeville, / 

j John Wesley Savage, \ ', ' 

57 James N orris .... 

58 Noble F English ... 

59 Noble F. English 

60 Noble F. English . .... 

61 James Greener 

62 James Greener, George Martin Brown 

,63 James Greener, George Rogers. 

64 Wm. Philp, James Woodsworth . 

65 Wm. Philp, John Smiley, B.A 

66 Wm. rivilp, George Mitchell 

67 Thomas S. Howard, Alex. C. Harris 

68 Thomas S. Howard, Abel Edwards. 

69 Samuel C. Philp, jr., James Montgomery 

70 Samuel C. Philp. jr., John G. Scott . . . 

71 Manly Benson, John S. Smith . 

72 David L. Brethour, Wm. G. Howson . 

73 Andrew Cunningham, William R. Morrison. . . 

74 See Toronto Conference. 



No. of 
Members. 



83 
91 
92 
105 
198 
161 
145 

165 

245 
201 
207 
225 
260 
220 
225 
226 
220 
196 
220 
235 
237 
240 
242 
244 
224 
234 



Conting. 
Fund. 



$8 26 
6 67 

10 30 

12 48 
16 60 

16 66 
20 95 

22 18 

22 87 

17 23 
16 61 

14 42 

11 06 

13 22 

15 51 

16 00 
19 02 
11 98 

19 94 

20 50 

21 05 

22 00 

23 01 
23 17 
23 40 
22 90 



Educa 
Fund. 



$8 18 
11 12 



6 80 

8 80 

10 18 

10 48 

10 00 



10 
14 
15 

11 



43 
00 
11 
•25 



Sup. M. 
Fund. 







11 


46 


4 


05 


4 


46 


4 


35 


3 


91 


4 


00 ■ 


5 


69 


5 


75 



10 90 



$6 83 
6 45 
8 80 
14 34 
16 12 
12 25 
14 90 

19 15 

16 10 
16 03 

14 67 

15 78 
12 60 

16 82 
17.00 

17 20 
31 04 
36" 48 
34 42 

41 20 

42 00 

44 00 
50 00 
64 50 

45 33 
64 59 



CORNWALL. 

A town and township [in the County of Stormont, Ontario. From 1792 to 1808 it formed a part of 
the Oswegotchie Circuit. It is 68 miles from Montreal, and 105 miles from Kingston. 



1808 
9 

10 
11 
to 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
to 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 



Wm. Snow . . 

Elias Pattie 

Bela Smith 

No record — but probably supplied by the Augusta 
preachers. 

Wm. Brown 

Nathaniel Reeder . . 

James G. Peale 

Elijah Boardman, J. Botfield. 

Philander Smith . . 

Vacant . . . . 

Wm. H. Williams 

Ezra Healey, John Black . 
Ezra Healey, George Poole . 
Wyatt Chamberlayne 

David Wright . 

Wm. H. Williams, Jacob Poole 

Charles Wood 

John Black . . . . . 



John Flanagan 



John Tooke . 

Wm. Pollard 

Joseph W. McCallum, Michael Baxter . 



35 

40 

40 



52 
50 
54 
113 
142 
176 
172 
400 
423 
470 
442 
489 
274 
289 
290 



150 
268 



6 25 
9 50 



8 00 
6 00 



196 



CIRCUITS, STATIONS AND MISSIONS. 



Year 



Names of Ministers. 



1846 Simon Huntington, George Case 

47 Simon Huntington, Jonathan Loverin 

48 Wm. H. Williams, Wm. M. Pattyson 

49 Wm. H. Williams, Lewis Morton 

50 Edward Sallows, John B. Armstrong 

51 Vincent B. Howard, Wm. Burns 

52 Vincent B. Howard, Wm. Burns 

53 Vincent B. Howard. 

54 John Howes, Robert Hobbs . . . 

55 John Howes. 

56 John Howes. . . 

57 Peter German 

58 Peter German . 

59) .... 

60 ) Included in Moulinette Circuit. 

61 Hugh McLean. ... 

62 Hugh McLean. 

63 Hugh McLean 

64 Joseph Hugill . ... 

65 Joseph Hugill 

66 Joseph Hugill 

67 George N. A. F- T. Dickson . . . 

68 George N. A. F. T. Dickson 

69 William C. Henderson, M.A 

70 William C. Henderson, M.A. . . 

71 William C. Henderson, M.A 

72 Alexander Campbell 

73 Alexander Campbell ... 

74 See Montreal Conference 



No. of 
Members, 



Sup. M. 
Fund. 




2 12 

3 10 
3 50 
3 75 

7 00 

8 00 
12 00 
12 00 

12 49 
11 28 

13 06 

14 00 

15 00 



CRAIGHURST. 

A village in the Township of Flos, County of Simcoe, Ontario. It was formerly known as the Flog 

and Medonte Mission. Penetanguishene Mission was united to it in 1865. 

1864 James F. Latimer .... . . ... .... ... 

65 James Anderson, James Woodsworth 97 2 70 1 00 3 00 

66 James Matheson . . . 112 5 08 2 34 4 60 

67 James Matheson ... ... . 70 3 68 1 95 3 65 

68 James Matheson ... 87 3 90 2 05 4 10 

69 John W. Wicher 117 2 51 3 20 4 15 

70 John W. Wicher .... 112 2 75 2 10 5 00 

71 (See Hillsdale) . . .100 2 80 3 10 5 00 



CROSBY. 
So called from the name of a township in the County of Leeds, Ontario. 

Townships of Crosby, Bastard, and Kitley. 

1827 Jacob Poole ........ 

28) . 237 

to > Supplied from other Circuits. ■ 

34) 

35 Thomas Harmon ... . 

36 Stephen Brownell . . .... 164 

37 James Currie . 100 

38 William Young. 86 2 00 

39 William Young. . 100 8 20 

40 George Goodson ... H5 7 80 

41 George Goodson . . .... 175 7 05 

42 James Hughes . . .... . . ... 344 8 92 

43 James Hughes . . 334 5 25 

44 Daniel Berney ...... .... 294 5 33 

45 Matthew Connor ......... 269 5 23 

46 Matthew Connor ....... 218 7 89 

47 Set- Newboro' ......... . 218 3 28 



The Mission consisted of the 



12 
40 
00 
22 
CO 
00 
05 
60 
75 
00 
50 
GO 



CROWLAND. 
A village and township in Co. of Welland, Ontario. It was formerly part of the Chippewa Circuit 

1852 Robert Corson, Richard Clarke 

53 Thomas Jeffers, John Shaw. . . 

54 Included in Welland Circuit 



120 

1 Kft 



11 00 
19 no 



8 50 
10 00 



WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



]97 



D. 



DANVILLE. 

A Tillage in the township of Shipton, County of Richmond, Quebec. It was formerly part of Mel- 
bourne Mission. Distant from Montreal 87 miles, and from Quebec 84 miles. 



Year 



Names of Ministers. 



1856 Charles Stringfellow 

57 Thomas Derrick, Robert Mark 

58 Thomas Derrick 

59 Thomas Derrick 

60 Thomas Derrick 

61 Edwin Fessant 

62 John S. Evans 

63 John »S. Evans 

64 John S. Evans 

65 Robert H. Smith . . . 

66 Robert H. Smith 

67 Robert H. Smith 

68 William Jackson 

69 William Jackson 

70 William Jackson 

71 George Washington, M.A .. 

72 George Washington, M.A 

73 George Washington, M.A 

74 See Montreal Conference . . . 



DARLINGTON. 

The name of a township in the County of Durham, Ontario. 

Circuit. 

1869 Alfred McCann, Alexander C. Chambers 

70 Alfred McCann, Richard W Williams 

71 Thomas A. Ferguson, Thomas H. Patchell 

72 Thomas A. Ferguson, James F. Metcalfe 

73 Thomas A. Ferguson, Isaac N. Robinson . . . 

74 See Toronto Conference 




33 
43 
178 
138 
110 
96 
102 
110 
107 
110 
110 
110 
133 
134 
169 
147 
180 
173 
158 



$3 00 



59 
20 
75 
03 
95 
94 
99 
60 
50 
00 
00 
00 
85 
80 
54 
34 
45 



$2 00 
75 



00 
00 

75 
38 
10 
00 
00 
00 
3 45 
7 57 
7 57 
6 42 
1 50 
3 10 



1 
5 
3 
3 
2 
1 
2 
2 



Sup. M. 


Fund. 


•$2' 50 


1 00 


4 50 


10 50 


7 00 


7 98 


8 00 


8 50 


7 00 


7 00 


8 20 



15 33 
15 00 
15 30 
11 56 
13 45 



It was formerly part of the Bowman ville 



275 
269 
230 
222 

256 



19 54 
23 00 
23 00 

20 64 

16 95 



9 00 
15 25 
12 00 

9 47 

7 25 



50 54 
60 43 
34 50 
60 60 
59 31 



DAVENPORT and SEATON. 

Davenport is the name of a post-office and railroad station on the Northern Railroad, 5£ miles from 
Toronto. Seaton is a small village in the township and County of York, Ontario. It was 
formerly part of Toronto West Circuit. 

1866 James Graham 

67 

68 William H. Withrow, M.A 

69 William H. Withrow, M.A 

70 Charles Turver 

71 Davidson McDonald. . . 

72 Davidson McDonald.. 

73 William McFadden 

74 See Toronto Conference 

DAWN MILLS. 

A small village in the Township of Camden, County of Kent, Ontario. 

Florence Circuit. 

1868 John L. Kerr 

69 John L. Kerr ... . . 

70 John L. Kerr . . 

71 William Chapman .. . . . 

72 Henry Reid, John Walton 2nd 

73 William C. Watson, M.A., Joseph Guest .. . 
IX Spc London Conference 



48 


5 92 


3 21 


6 75 


56 


3 15 


4 00 


4 00 


49 


2 13 


2 50 


9 00 


62 


7 23 


2 7:> 


10 00 


56 


8 68 


2 60 


21 25 


63 


8 75 


i 00 


30 00 


nt, Ontario. It 


vas formet 


ly part of 


iis 


5 00 


3 00 


5 82 


120 


5 40 


3 36 


6 10 


136 


6 10 


3 82 


7 63 


176 


12 20 


5 30 


13 63 


227 


13 25 


6 50 


20 00 


225 


19 75 


7 60 


10 00 



198 



CIRCUITS, STATIONS AND MISSIONS. 



DELHI. 

A village in the Township of Middleton, County of Norfolk, Ontario. 

burg Mission. 



It was formerly Fredericks- 



Year 


Names of Ministers. 


No. of 
Members. 


Conting. 
Fund. 


Educa. 
Fund. 


Sup. M. 
Fund. 


1856 
57 
58 
59 




$123 
152 
125 


$5si 

6 29 
4 12 


$2 68 
1 83 

1 75 




Charles W. M. Gilbert 

Charles W. M. Gilbert 

Name of Mission now changed to 


Lynedoch 


$2 83 

11 80 

9 88 



DEMOKESTVILLE. 

A village in the township of Sophiasburg, County of Prince Edward, Ontario. It was formerly part 
of Hallowell Circuit. It is distant from Picton 9 miles, and from Kingston 49 miles. 

1845 Isaac B. Aylesworth, M.D 

46 Isaac B. Aylesworth, M.D . . . ; 195 8 37 6 18 

47 Noble F. English 191 8 00 7 00 

48 George Carr 160 3 12 6 00 

49 George Carr ... 180 4 37 6 12 

50 William H. Poole 156 4 52 9 60 

51 William H. Poole 177 5 98 7 70 

52 Joseph Reynolds 180 5 90 . . 8 00 

53 Joseph Reynolds 190 4 30 8 48 

54 Vincent B. Howard. . . 264 4 70 . . 8 23 

55 Vincent B. Howard. 236 5 70 1 25 7 00 

56 William H. Williams 226 5 85 1 90 7 50 

57 William Cbleman, Richard Potter 220 8 03 1 25 16 00 

* 58 Michael Baxter, Hugh McLean 369 15 16 6 27 17 50 

59 Aaron D.Miller... 317 7 75 150 14 50 

60 Aaron D. Miller ... 194 4 60 1 25 6 50 

61 George Carr . 178 3 50 1 37 12 20 

62 George Carr . . ....... .202 4 25 2 06 13 00 

63 George Carr 209 4 43 2 16 1150 

64 Thomas Cobb .... 203 6 22 2 20 20 00 

65 Thomas Cobb. 216 5 95 2 00 1100 

66 Thomas Cobb 222 4 16 2 26 1125 

67 Garrett J. Dingman .... 218 5 00 2 30 12 00 

68 Garrett J. Dingman 200 2 63 1 Oil 9 34 

69 Thomas Cullen 212 4 57 1 65 10 00 

70 Thomas Cullen, John Ferguson . . 209 11 02 6 21 12 90 

71 Thomas Cullen, William H. Cairnduff 280 12 13 8 50 23 77 

72 Edward Harris . : . . 320 ! 12 43 6 30 25 37 

73 Edward Harris, Arthur B. Hames . . . . 270 j 9 19 5 75 22 50 

74 See Toronto Conference.. 265 < 9 50 6 00 25 00 



DENBIGH. 

A township in the County of Addington, Ontario. It was formerly a part of the Flinton and Ad- 
dington Road Mission. Distant from Belleville 82 miles. 

1862 Richard Pretty ... 

63 T. K. Dissert . 



64 William Sutton 

65 William Sutton . . 

66 William Sutton 

67 Charles E. Perry. 

68 Charles E. Perry 

69 Charles E. Perry. 

70 William H.Cook. 

71 William H. Cook 

72 William H. Cook . 

73 Jabez B. Wass, B.A 

74 See Toronto Conference 



22 






36 






40 






38 


1 00 


20 


44 


1 00 


1 00 


42 


1 00 


1 00 


65 


1 20 


1 20 


64 


1 25 


1 00 


62 






67 


. .. 




76 


1 00 




67 


1 45 


1 00 1 



1 50 

2 00 

2 25 
1 40 
1 50 

75 

1 50 
1 80 

3 00 



DERBY. 
A township in the County of Grey, Ontario. This Mission embraced all that tract of land lying be- 
tween Owen Sound and Southampton. 
1853 . ..... . . | I 

54 David Hunt , , . 18 50 | ... I ... 

55 <ii'oi-«{c Jacques ... ... 47 1 77 



fi« 






2 40 

1 «T 



WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



199 



DEVONSHIRE. 
So called from the Village of Devon, in the township of Stephen, County of Huron, Ontario. 



Year 



Names of Ministers. 



1844 Thomas Williams 


45 


1 


to 




48 


) 


49 


Charles Silvester 


50 


Thomas Williams 


51 


Thomas Williams 


52 George Can ... 



53 John Webster . 

54 John Webster , . 

55 John Webster, William R. Morden 

56 Ephraim L. Koyl .... 

57 Ephraim L. Koyl 

58 William Dignam, Robert H Smith .... 

59 William Dignam, Samuel Hume, J. Sanderson 2nd. 

60 William Dignam 

61 William Chapman, John Doel, Robert Shaw . . . 

62 William Chapman, John Doel 

63 See Exeter ... ... 



No. of 
Members. 



116 



96 
108 
110 
112 
134 
133 
172 
208 
172 
236 
342 
337 
460 
393 



Conting. 
Fund. 



$12 00 



3 
2 

4 

5 

9 

14 



48 
93 
10 
92 
08 
60 



14 80 
7 30 
12 09 
12 00 
12 00 
12 75 
16 70 
14 00 



Educa. 
Fund. 



$4 
5 
4 
3 
2 
4 
5 
6 
4 



12 

40 
75 
11 
00 
50 
00 
00 
00 



Sup. M. 
Fund. 



$1 00 



1 50 

2 55 

3 54 

4 87 

5 00 
8 05 

10 53 

13 62 

5 32 

5 00 

5 00 

6 80 
20 00 
20 00 



DORCHESTER STATION. 

A village in the township of Dorchester, County of Middlesex, Ontario. It is a station of the Great 
Western Railway, 9J miles from London, and 9j miles from IngersolL 

1867 William Galbraith 

68 Thomas Hadwin 142 9 00 3 85 1125 

69 Thomas Hadwin .... ... 142 9 14 5 00 12 00 

70 Thomas Hadwin 142 9 00 5 00 12 00 

71 James Kennedy 150 8 05 6 50 1100 

72 James Kennedy 131 9 02 6 70 15 66 

73 James Kennedy 129 10 21 6 08 17 29 

74 See London Conference 146 10 80 6 63 20 28 



DRAYTON. 

A village in the townships of Peel and Maryboro', County of Wellington, Ontario, 
part of the Peel Circuit. Distant from Guelph 27 miles. 

1864 Alexander Burns, B.A . . 

65 William Price, Christopher Cookman . . 356 7 61 

66 William Price, William Raney . . ... 312 1114 

67 Isaac Crane, John Ridley 313 13 77 

68 Isaac Crane, Thomas W. Jackson .... .320 14 00 

69 Matthew Swann, Edwin A. Chown, B.A 327 14 15 

70 Matthew Swann, William Johnston 318 12 87 

71 Matthew Swann, William H. Fife 332 13 77 

72 Richard J. Forman, George A. Schram 310 13 02 / 

73 Richard J. Forman, Henry Berry . . ... 316 14 28 7 

74 See London Conference .... 400 14 96 7 



It was formerly 



3 34 

5 37 

6 18 
6 20 

10 00 
9 50 

12 75 
16 
00 
12 



5 08 
26 17 

36 00 
40 00 
40 00 
35 00 
38 25 

37 00 
40 00 
56 55 



DRUMMONDVILLE. 

A village in the township of Stamford, County of Welland, Ontario. Distant from Hamilton 30 miles' 

from Clifton 2 miles. From 1830 to 1849 the Circuit bore the name of Stamford, which see. 

1849 Edwy M. Ryerson, John Hunt ... ... .... 

50 Edwy M. Ryerson, John Hunt. .. . 253 17 63 

51 Thomas Cosford, George Young 234 ] 22 02 

52 Thomas Cosford, George Young 245 24 93 

53 Thomas Cosford, Claudius Byrne 260 26 00 

54 Alexander T. Green ... 282 28 00 

55 Alexander T. Green . . 160 6 93 7 05 

Suspension Bridge united with it. 

56 William S. Griffin ... 130 11 98 5 05 

57 George N. A. F. T. Dickson 133 10 78 6 58 



13 


25 


13 


50 


20 


00 


21 


00 


22 


00 


12 37 


14 


00 


5 75 



200 



CIRCUITS, STATIONS AND MISSIONS. 



Year 



Names of Ministers. 



1868 George N. A. F. T. Dickson 
50 George N. A. F. T. Dickson 

60 John Wakefield. ... 

61 John Wakefield 

62 John Wakefield 

63 Alexander Sutherland 

64 William S. Blackstock. 

65 William S. Blackstock. 

66 William S. Blackstock . 

67 John G. Laird 

68 John G. Laird 

69 John G. Laird . 

70 John Mills, William J. Ford 

71 John Mills, James Awde 

72 John Mills, Joseph Odery 

73 Thomas Stobbs, John Smith. 

74 See London Conference 



No. of 


Con ting. 


Educa. 


Members. 


Fund. 


Fund. 


136 


$13 40 


$4 00 


150 


12 00 


4 00 


150 


12 50 


4 00 


141 


12 66 


4 50 


218 


12 70 


5 00 


229 


8 50 


4 00 


231 


14 28 


4 06 


220 


12 02 


6 70 


250 


9 00 


3 42 


216 


10 15 


5 00 


240 


11 50 


5 20 


245 


11 85 


• 8 75 


242 


13 10 


8 80 


247 


16 04 


14 00 


252 


17 00 


14 5Q 


251 


17 55 


8 00 


* 221 


20 24 1 


9 13 



Sup. M. 
Fund. 



$14 40 
20 00 

18 00 
24 00 
45 00 
23 50 
15 00 

19 75 

20 00 
18 00 
22 00 
22 00 
22 50 
30 05 

33 59 

34 55 
33 50 



DUDSWELL. 

So called from the name of a township in the County of Wolfe, Quebec. 

20 miles. 

1855 Hiram Fowler 

56 Edward Cragg 

57 Supplied 

58 Robert Mark 

59 Robert Mark ... 

60 William McDonagh . . . . 

61 William McDonagh . . 

62 William H. Peake . . 

63 William H. Peake 

Bury united with it. 

64 William Hicks, John H. Stewart 

65 William Hicks, John Smith 

66 Hugh Cairns, John Smith ... 

67 Hugh Cairns 

68 Hugh Cairns .... 

69 John Stewart 

70 John Stewart 

71 John Saunders, B.A . . 

72 William Adams. ..., 

73 William Adams 

74 See Montreal Conference .... 



Distant from Sherbrooke 



a • • • 






24 


2 66 




24 





. 


25 


.... 




66 






60 


77 


58 


30 


1 69 


• ■ ■ • 


35 


1 50 


1 00 


32 


1 77 


1 11 


25 


1 58 


1 23 


74 


3 09 


■ • • > 


66 


70 


80 


70 


4 00 


2 00 


50 


2 00 


1 00 


63 


2 00 


1 10 


86 


3 89 


2 00 


90 


1 37 


3 00 


90 


1 69 


2 56 


77 


1 37 


1 67 


71 


1 05 


.... 



43 
53 



75 
20 



1 87 

4 29 

2 05 
6 00 

5 00 

5 15 

6 41 

3 28 
3 79 
2 00 
2 00 



DUFFIN'S CREEK. 

A stream running through the township of Pickering, County of Ontario, Province of Ontario. Th« 
name given to the western part of the Smith's Creek Circuit. 

1817 James Jackson 

18 James Jackson .... . . . . . 201 

19 Again united with Smith's Creek . . . 

DUMFRIES. 
So called from the name of a township in Waterloo County, Ontario 

1823 Edmund Stoney , ... 

24 Robert Corson 120 

25 Robert Corson ...... 209 

26 Thomas Demorest ... . 222 

27 George Sovereign .... .... 205 

28 : : ■ ; 179 

29 William Griffis „ , . . , „ , 132 

30 Andrew Prindle, John Armstrong 195 

31 John S. Attwood, Thomas McMullen . „ 200 

32 John S. Attwood, Thomas Fawcett. , 363 

33 Conrad Vandusen, Thomas McMullen , 416 26 00 



> Clifton set off. 



WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



201 



Year 


Names of Ministers. 


No. of 
Members. 


Conting. 
Fund. 


Educa. 
Fund. 


Sup. M. 
Fund. 


1834 Conrad Vandusen, John Law ... 


. 445 






$18 24 


35 Samuel Belton, Benjamin Nankeville .... 


*405 






30 14 


36 Kowley Heyland, Benjamin Nankeville . . .... 


278 






14 10 


37 Robert Corson, John C. Will 


335 


$5 00 




12 00 


38 Robert Corson, C. W M. Gilbert. 


355 


6 00 




24 75 


39 Edmund Stoney, Hugh Montgomery 


386 


13 62 




12 00 


40 Edmund Stoney, Luther 0. Rice 


391 


13 78 




12 50 


41 George Ferguson, David B. Madden . . . . : . . . . 


451 


20 40 




18 55 


42 George Ferguson, Joseph Sheply 


522 


32 00 


> > > • 


4> 83 


43 Peter Ker, William Ames 


683 


24 88 




42 12 


44 Peter Ker, William Willoughby 


505 


24 88 




25 63 


45 John Law, William Willoughby 


500 


25 00 




21 00 


46 John Law, Joseph Sheply . . 


457 


26 90 




21 00 


47 Matthew Whiting, Thomas Jeffers 


445 


20 00 




17 67 


48 Matthew Whiting, Thomas Jeffers .... 


487 


18 00 




16 55 


49 Matthew Whiting, C. W. M. Gilbert 


506 


19 87 




17 23 


50 Hamilton Biggar, C. W. M. Gilbert . . 


t699 


24 00 




31 37 




553 


27 48 




42 00 




423 


25 67 




29 87 


53 


See St. George 


' 463 


29 00 




29 00 



60 Richard Jones, 




70 
71 

72 



462 
400 
374 
356 
350 
385 
385 
371 
500 
510 
608 
350 
356 
334 
438 
413 

363 

344 

311 
323 
306 
370 
380 
400 
410 
415 
382 
384 
321 
291 
J 287 



DUNDAS. 
A town in the township of West Flamboro', County of Wentworth, Ontario. 

formed a part of the Hamilton Circuit. 

1843 James Spencer, William Philp . . 

44 James Spencer, William Coleman 

45 Edmund Shepherd, Ephraim B. Harper 

46 Wellington Jeffers, Joseph E. Ryerson 

47 Samuel Rose, Kennedy Creighton 

48 Samuel Rose, Alex. T. Green ... 

49 Samuel Rose, Alex. T. Green 

50 John Gemley, Joseph Hugill 

51 John Gemley, Thomas Stobbs 

52 Isaac B. Howard, Thomas Stobbs .... 

53 Isaac B. Howard, Joel Briggs . 

54 Isaac B. Howard, James Harris .... 

55 George Goodson, Edward H. Dewart . 

56 Samuel Rose, James Goodwin . 

57 Samuel Rose, James Morgan 

58 Samuel Rose, Jonathan E. Betts . . . 

59 Richard Jones, William J. Hunter . 
James D. Ogilvie, 
Henry Bartlett, 

61 Richard Jones, Edmund S. Rupert, B.A. . 

62 .Richard Whiting, John Philp, B.A 

63 Richard Whiting, John Philp, B.A. 

64 Kennedy Creighton, George Burson . . 

65 Kennedy Creighton, George H. Bridgman, B.A. 

66 Henry F. Bland, George Rogers 

67 Henry F. Bland, Donald G. Sutherland, M.A. 

68 Henry F. Bland, Charles A. Hanson 

Wm. H. Laird, Thomas Colling .... 

Wm. H. Laird, Robt. Davey 

James Preston, William J. Ford 

James Preston, John Semmens 

73 James Preston, John E. Lanceley 

74 See London Conference. 



23 42 

21 25 

24 00 

24 37 
12 00 

18 00 

19 00 

28 38 

25 34 
33 40 
40 00 
31 03 

29 05 

22 18 
22 85 
16 15 

19 94 

25 49 
25 00 

25 62 

26 03 

27 00 

28 00 
31 19 

31 40 

32 36 

30 03 
30 25 
35 76 
32 80 
38 94 



From 1835 to 1843 it 



13 27 
16 00 
24 00 
10 73 

15 87 

16 00 
21 18 
32 98 
40 00 
87 60 
45 00 

28 18 

29 25 

30 00 
20 68 
23 00 



$10 14 

15 05 

16 16 
9 59 
6 95 

8 26 

9 07 

10 00 

11 46 

12 00 

12 50 

13 10 
16 26 
16 30 
20 50 
20 90 
27 90 
16 26 
12 63 
16 45 



30 00 

58 50 

63 00 

64 50 
67 00 
67 00 
60 00 

69 55 
75 81 
81 13 

70 43 
81 89 

85 75 

86 00 
97 25 



DUNGANNON. 

A village in the township of Wawanosh, County of Huron, Ontario. It was formerly Wawanosh 

Mission. 



1866 James Whiting. 

67 James Whiting. 

68 James Whiting 

69 Luther O. Rice 



211 


12 06 


202 


13 20 


179 


13 50 


239 


13 60 



4 28 
2 50 
2 50 
4 00 



Brantford set off. 



+ Paris set off. 



+ Jersey ville set off. 



20 00 

20 50 

21 00 
21 00 



202 



CIRCUITS, STATIONS AND MISSIONS. 



Year 



Names of Ministers. 



1870 Luther 0. Rice 

71 Colman Bristol, M.A. . 

72 Colman Bristol, M.A. 

73 James Broley . 

74 See London Conference . 



No. of 
Members. 



214 
201 
191 
200 

229 



Conting. 
Fund. 



$10 47 
10 08 

7 39 

8 53 
15 69 



Educa. 
Fund. 



$4 48 
7 38 
4 31 
4 38 
6 38 



Sup. M. 
Fund. 



$10 30 

9 17 

13 27 

13 54 

21 00 



DUNHAM. 

A village and township in the County of Mississquoi, Quebec. Distant from St. Johns 28 miles 
and from St. Alban's, Vermont, 28 miles. It was formerly part of the Fletcher Circuit, State o 
Vermont. 



1806 Henry Eames, Reuben Harris . . 

7 Gershom Pearce 

8 Oliver Sykes. .... . . .... 

9 Lansford Whiting 

10 Heman Garlick, Timothy Minor 

11 Stephen Sornborger 

12 John T. Adams, William Boss . 

13 John T. Adams 

1*).. ....... , 

to > No record. 

18 ) 

19 Fitch Reed 

20 Djri Cannon 

21 
to 
37, 

38 Richard Garrett . 

39 John B. Brownell 

40 John B. Brownell 

41 John B. Brownell 

42 John B. Brownell 

43 Edmund Botterell ... 

44 Edmund Botterell 

45 Matthew Lang. .... 

46 Matthew Lang ... . . 

47 John Tomkins 

48 John Tomkins, Henry Cox 

49 John Tomkins, John Armstrong (A) 

50 John Tomkins, John Armstrong (A) 

51 John Borland . 

52 Hugh Montgomery 

53 Hugh Montgomery . 

54 Rufus A. Flanders, Samuel G. Phillips 

55 Rufus A. Flanders, Samuel G. Phillips 

56 Rufus A. Flanders. . . 

57 Rufus A. Flanders 

58 John Tomkins . . 

59 John Tomkins, Samuel Jackson . . 

60 John Tomkins, George Brown (A) 

61 John Armstrong (A) 

62 John Armstrong (A) . 

63 John Armstrong (A) . 

64 Thomas W Constable 

65 Thomas W. Constable 

66 Thomas W Constable 

67 John S. Evans . ...... 

68 John S. Evans . 

69 Samuel G. Phillips.. 

70 Samuel G. Phillips .. . 

71 Samuel G Phillips... 

72 William English.. 

73 William English 

74 See Montreal Conference . 



291 
307 
262 
319 
335 
335 
360 
360 



136 
190 
304 
403 
414 
373 
355 
296 
275 



275 

t260 

167 

173 

159 

165 

157 

160 

163 

205 

T121 

116 

103 

102 

105 

93 

104 

106 

90 

92 



Note.— From 1806 to 1820 thi 
Circuit was under the can 
of the New York Confer 
ence, Methodist Episcopa 
Church, and the preacher; 
sent were members of tha 
body. 



Note.— From 1838 tff 185J 
Dunham Circuit was undei 
the care of the Britisr. 
Wesleyan Conference. Ii 
1854 the whole of the Lowei 
Canada Missions were united 
to the Canadian Wesleyai 
Church, and from that time 
have been under the care ol 
the Canada Conference. 



2 80 
2 80 



00 
32 



6 54 
4 82 
6 00 



27 
10 
00 
32 



6 31 
6 36 



00 

75 
70 
27 
31 
00 
67 
40 
75 
77 



37 
00 
50 
25 
10 
71 
00 
95 
00 
44 
45 
81 



5 00 

5 00 

4 52 

7 05 

6 55 
16 00 
18 00 
16 00 
20 00 

15 00 

16 00 
15 00 

15 45 
12 02 

16 50 
14 68 
14 95 
14 25 

17 50 



Farnham. and Sutton set off. 



t St. Armand Circuit. 



t Frelighsburg set off. 



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DUNNVILLE. 

A village on the Grand River, in the Townships of Moulton and Sherbrooke, County of Monck, 
Ontario. Distant from Cayuga 15 miles, from Hamilton 40 miles, and from Buffalo, N.Y., 40 
miles. 



Year 



Names of Ministers. 



1851 John Hunt 

52 Thomas Williams, William Richardson . 

53 Thomas Williams, William Tomblin . . . 

54 Luther 0. Rice 

55 Luther 0. Rice 

56 Peter Ker, John V. Wilson . . . 

57 Peter Ker, Thomas Cobb 

58 Thomas Jeffers, Christopher Hamilton. 

59 Thomas Jeffers, Shem Blanshard. . 

60 Thomas Jeffers, Peter Bawtinhimer. . . . 

61 James Roy, Peter Bawtinhimer 

62 Thomas D. Pearson 

63 Thomas D. Pearson 

64 William F. Campbell 

65 William F. Campbell 

66 William F. Campbell 

67 Samuel C. Philp, jr 

"68 George Kennedy ... 

69 George Kennedy 

70 Thomas M. Campbell 

71 Thomas M. Campbell 

72 Thomas M. Campbell 

73 James Whiting . . 

74 See London Conference .... 



No. of I Conting. 
Members. Fund. 



202 
230 
243 

243 

217 

243 

282 

296 

310 

291 

291 

83 

90 

89 

112 

102 

102 

60 

70 

72 

85 

95 

89 



$10 00 

11 30 

13 72 

6 78 
4 25 

10 00 

12 43 

7 03 
7 84 

12 04 

11 87 
2 55 
o 

5 
7 
7 
7 
6 
6 
7 



85 
05 
15 
20 
25 
10 
25 
50 
8 00 
8 75 
8 50 



Educa. 
Fund. 



15 96 
2 10 



00 
15 

78 
00 
32 
43 
75 
00 
00 
17 
20 
25 
25 
25 
33 
50 
65 
50 



Sup. M. 
Fund. 



$4 00 
4 83 

7 97 
11 40 

6 10 

15 00 

16 16 

8 00 
14 62 
19 25 
18 10 

3 50 
3 50 
75 

6 18 

7 00 

8 00 

7 50 

8 00 

7 00 

8 00 

9 00 
9 00 



DURHAM, E. 

A village on the Chateaugay River, in the Township of Durham, County of Chateaugay, Quebec. 
Distant from Montreal 36 miles. It was formerly part of the Melbourne Circuit. 



1859 William Briggs 










60 Thomas Faather . . 


90 


2 60 


1 75 


3 90 


61 John Scott ... . . . . 


117 


8 55 


2 00 


7 62 


62 John Scott 


108 


2 56 


3 77 


8 00 


63 John Scott 


100 


3 25 


3 00 


5 00 


64 James E. Richardson .... . . . . . 


111 


3 30 


3 10 


5 25 


65 James E. Richardson . . 


95 


3 60 


1 22 


3 27 


66 James E. Richardson . . .... 


98 


6 89 


1 94 


4 32 


67 William H. Peake 


98 


6 37 


1 87 


4 74 


68 William H. Peake ... 


101 


7 12 


2 62 


6 25 


69 William H. Peake 


90 


4 20 


2 50 


10 69 


70 Henry W Maxwell ... 


105 


9 51 


3 02 


8 87 


71 Henry W Maxwell 


125 


6 00 


4 00 


9 20 


72 John Saunders, B.A 


125 


6 25 


4 50 


15 50 


73 John Saunders, B.A. 


134 


6 00 


3 25 


12 54 


74 See Montreal Conference 


138 


7 27 


3 73 


12 58 



DURHAM, W. 

A village on the Saugeen River, on the line of the Townships of Glenelg and Bentinck, County of 
Grey, Ontario. Distant from Owen Sound 28 miles, from Guelph 56 miles. 

1852 Henry Reid 

53 Henrv Reid 

54 Supplied . . 

55 Joseph Hill .... 

56 Joseph Hill 

57 Phil in Rose 

58 Philip Rose .. 

59 John Hutchinson 

60 Peter Addison 

61 William Cross 



60 


1 00 






76 


2 40 




1 75 


t41 


1 30 




1 77 


61 


2 50 




4 00 


59 


2 70 


1 00 


5 00 


85 


3 90 


84 


3 02 


105 


1 47 


1 30 


2 75 


60 


5 15 


1 10 


2 58 


136 


7 40 


4 00 


4 00 



*«Caistorville set off. 



+ Mount Forest and Arthur set off. 



204 



CIRCUITS, STATIONS AND MISSIONS. 



Year 



Names of Ministers. 



1862 William Cross . 

63 Isaac Baker ... 

64 Isaac Baker, James Laird 

65 Isaac Baker, Albert Van Camp .... 

66 James Anderson 

67 James Anderson 

68 James Anderson . 

69 Nathaniel S. Burwash 

70 Nathaniel S. Burwash, John R. Isaac , 

71 Thomas Hanna, Nathan Austin. . . . 

72 Thomas Hanna, Charles Langford 

73 Thomas W Glover .. 

74 See Toronto Conference 



No. of 


Conting. 


Educa. 


Members. 


Fund. 


Fund. 


58 


$3 00 


$2 00 


100 


1 94 


1 14 


97 


2 00 


1 50 


107 


2 00 


1 25 


104 


2 50 


1 50 


81 


5 61 


2 59 


84 . 


4 95 


2 46 


93 


4 20 


3 15 


140 


4 60 


4 20 


146 


5 20 


6 40 


123 


6 40 


5 79 


118 


7 44 


2 85 


120 


7 60 


2 90 



Sup. M. 
Fund. 



$4 00 
4 50 
6 00 
4 50 

6 25 

7 32 

8 53 
10 06 
10 17 
10 25 

7 39 

8 04 
8 20 



E. 



EAST BOLTON. 

A small village at the head of Austin's Bay, Lake Memphramagog, in the Township of Bolton, Count 

of Brome, Quebec. 

1855 Joseph HugilL #. 

56 Joseph Hugill .... 

57 Samuel G. Phillips 

58 Samuel G. Phillips 

59 Samuel G. Phillips.. . 

60 Donald Sutherland, Samuel Jackson 

61 Donald Sutherland, William Hicks. 

62 William Scales 

63 William Scales, William Jackson 

64 William Scales, William Jackson 

65 Edmund E. Sweet, Richard Robinson 

66 Edmund E. Sweet, Richard Robinson 

67 Edmund E. Sweet, Richard Robinson 

68 See Bolton 



54 


■ • - 




56. 


6 50 


2 40 


63 


4 30 


4 55 


87 


2 77 


2 00 


133 


1 00 




111 


66 


63 


100 


1 10 


30 


126 


1 15 


1 25 


- 76 


1 08 


1 00 


100 


2 70 


1 60 


115 


2 83 


2 51 


115 


5 48 


3 65 


92 


6 57 


2 31 


137 


11 41 


3 59 



4 50 


6 12 


4 48 


4 93 


5 00 


5 37 


5 50 


5 60 


6 00 


7 30 


1 23 


7 50 


8 50 



EAST ZORRA. 

So called from the name of a township in the County of Oxford, Ontario. 

Woodstock Circuit. 

1867 Thomas S. Keough.. . . ...... 

68 Thomas S. Keough 

69 Shem Blanshard ...... 

70 Shem Blanshard 

71 Peter M. Bawtinhimer 

72 Peter M. Bawtinhimer. 

73 Abel Edwards ... ' 

74 See London Conference ... 



It was formerly part of tl 



105 


14 27 


3 68 


105 


9 45 


6 00 


109 


10 79 


5 05 


109 


9 00 


3 84 


112 


7 54 


3 91 


93 


8 25 


4 00 


133 


13 78 


4 90 



13 74 

14 00 
19 56 

8 20 
29 10 
26 75 
28 75 



EATON. 
A village and township in the County of Compton, Quebec. 

Compton 16 miles. 

1853 Robert Graham... 

54 Robert Graham 

55 Robert Graham . . 

56 Richard Wilson . . ... 

57 Richard Wilson ........... 

58 Thomas W. Constable, Samuel Jackson 

59 Thomas W Constable, John Thurston . 

60 Thomas W Constable, Samuel Teeson ..... 

61 Robert Brown, George Brown (A). : . , 

62 Robert Brnwn .T/%hn T>n,Y.o+«n 



Distant from Sherbroqke 17 miles, froi 



117 




1 57 


91 


7 80 


1 57 


114 


5 98 


1 70 


125 


5 98 


7 00 


133 


4 52 


2 07 


146 


5 07 


2 25 


139 


6 00 


2 50 


IKK 


a tin 


•} rm 



1 75 

4 00 

5 18 

5 00 
8 00 
8 00 

6 00 

in nti 



WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



205 



Year 



1863 



Names of Ministers. 



William Hicks 



Robert Brown, 
Hazleton A. Spencer, 

64 Hazleton A. Spencer, Samuel Cairns. 

65 George Washington, B.A., Samuel Cairns... . 

66 George Washington, B.A., Henry W Maxwell 

67 George Washington, B.A., John Stewart. 

68 Edmund E. Sweet, John Stewart 

69 Edmund E. Sweet, Hiram Fowler . . . 

70 Edmund E. Sweet, Hiram Fowler .... 

71 See Cookshire and Sawyerville. . 



No. of 
Members. 



152 

102 
98 
141 
150 
154 
139 
160 
161 



Conting. 
Fund. 



.$7 00 

77 
33 
00 

85 



/ 
2 
5 
5 
6 04 



45 

72 
00 



Educa. 
Fund. 



Sup. M. 
Fund. 



$2 25 



59 
55 
75 
85 
00 
fO 
50 



$10 25 

15 50 

13 91 
20 00 
20 66 
19 61 
11 50 

14 00 
14 36 



EDWARDSBURG. 
A village and township in the County of Grenville, Ontario. 

1867 Alex. Hardie, B. A 

68 Alex. Hardie, B.A. . . 

69 John W. Totten. ... 

70 John W Totten. 

71 William Taylor. 

72 William Taylor . . 

73 Andrew L. Peterson 

74 Montreal Conference . 



It was formerly part of Matilda Circuit. 



176 
171 
175 
160 
150 
140 
150 



4 


85 


6 


85 


7 


03 


6 78 


7 


31 


6 


54 ' 


5 


26 



29 
00 
45 
60 
75 
51 
00 



9 50 
18 60 
20 00 
18 10 
16 50 
16 10 

9 50 



Dis- 



EGANVILLE. 

A village on the Bonne Chere River, in the Township of Grattan, County of Renfrew, Ontario, 
tant from Ottawa 85 miles, from Perth 80 miles. The Mission extends over six townships. 

1860 Samuel E. Maudsley ... . . . .... 

61 Joseph Forsyth, Erastus Curry 25 .... 

62 John V. Wilson . . 33 1 35 69 3 20 

63 John V. Wilson .. 17 64 .... 1 08 

64 John V. Wilson 14 42 .... 50 

65 Edwin Fessant . 26 38 .... 82 

66 . . 22 70 1 45 1 62 



ELGIN. 

A village in the Township of South Crosby, County of Leeds, Ontario. It was formerly part of 
Newboro' Mission. Distant from Brockville 34 miles. 

1856 Abraham Dayman .... 

57 Garrett J. Dingman 175 6 00 3 00 12 00 

58 Garrett J. Dingman . . ... 212 7 48 

59 Garrett J. Dingman . . . 224 6 45 

60 William Scales '. . . .190 6 17 

61 William Scales ... 161 

62 William Burns, Francis C. Ireland 179 

63 William Burns, Elisha Tennant . . . 200 

64 William Hayhurst, Alex. Lester . . ... 177 

65 William Hay hurst, Samuel B. Phillips . . .. . 162 

66 William Hayhurst . . • 157 

67 William Savage, John Mahon . 145 

68 William Savage. .. .. 217 

69 John A. Dowler .- .1 234 ' 6 40 

70 John A. Dowler, William Craig. .. | 200 4 50 

71 John A. Dowler .... 200 5 00 

72 Brock Pose. ■'' 194 3 10 

73 John H. Stewart... j 151 3 35 

74 Montreal Conference. .... . . .! 153 4 00 



05 
50 
00 
03 
80 
22 
35 
■25 



3 00 
2 43 
2 00 
1 05 
1 99 

50 

1 45 
81 

2 31 
2 90 

2 70 

3 15 



00 
50 



3 35 
2 50 
1 36 
1 50 



ELIZABETHTOWN. 
A township on the River St. Lawrence, County of Leeds, Ontario. 



1831 Thomas Madden, William H. Williams 

32 Thomas Madden, Charles Wood . 

33 Charles Wood, Asahel Hurlburt . . 

34 Cyrus R. Allison, Asahel Hurlburt . . . 

35 Cyrus R. Allison . 



555 
660 
612 
517 



12 
7 
2 
2 
3 
3 
2 

5 
6 

7 



35 

00 
70 
78 
00 
90 
08 
33 
45 
00 
8 25 
8 38 
7 00 
22 50 
7 25 
6 91 
10 00 



15 70 
4 98 



Bury set off. 



206 



CIRCUITS, STATIONS AND MISSIONS. 



Year 


Names of Ministers. 


No. of 
Members. 


Conting. 
Fund. 


Educa- 
Fund. 


Sup. M. 
Fund. 


1836 James Currie, Lewis Warner 


383 


.... 




$13 48 


37 United with Brockville Circuit. 


. . . 


• ■ ■ ■ 






38 James Brock, Daniel Berney ... 


257 


. . . • 




4 23 


39 Daniel Berney, James Hughes.. . . ... . . . 


236 


$16 74 




10 48 


40 George Beynon, James Hughes . . .... 


345 


10 78 




4 00 


41 William Willoughby, Reuben E. Tupper. . 


374 


8 20 




3 00 


42 Alvah Adams, William Willoughby . . 


420 


8 50 


• > 


8 00 


43 Alvah Adams, Ozias Barber .. . . . . . 


471 


9 08 




8 50 


44 John Tuke, Michael Fawcett .... . . . 


429 


11 75 


. . 


11 00 


45 Michael Fawcett, Erastus Hurlburt 


435 


12 00 




11 20 


46 Michael Fawcett . 


409 


14 04 


• • 


11 75 


47 Michael Baxter, WilJiam H. Poole . . 


424 


14 03 




6 75 


48 Joseph W McCallum, Thomas W Constable 


480 


11 00 




6 80 


49 Joseph W. McCallum, Thomas W. Constable 


420 


12 00 




7 20 


50 


Circuit now called Farmersville, which see 


440 


12 14 




9 87 



ELMA. 

A village and township in the County of Perth, Ontario. Distant from Stratford 30 miles, from 

Goderich 50 miles. 
1857 David Hunt 

58 David Hunt ' ... 

59 Isaac Crane, William Cross .... 

60 Isaac Crane, George McRae ... 

61 Isaac Crane, Robert Godfrey .... .... 

62 John Sanderson (A), John Armstrong (B) . . . . 

63 John Sanderson (A) . 

64 John Sanderson (A), Christopher Cookman 

65 Nelson Brown, Joseph H. Chant.. 

66 Nelson Brown, Matthew Whiting 

67 Misssion divided ; see Trowbridge and Listowel . . . 

ELMIRA. 
A village in the Township of Woolwich, County of Waterloo, Ontario. 

Elora Circuit. 
1871 George Ferguson ... . ...... 

72 George Ferguson.. . . 

73 William Mills 

74 Annexed to Berlin Circuit.. 



133 


3 13 




193 


1 30 




235 


4 06 


$1 53 


265 


4 25 


2 48 


276 


3 27 


1 75 


285 


3 75 


2 10 


285 


3 25 


2 40 


280 


3 10 


2 10 


213 


3 75 


1 63 


263 


5 43 


2 17 



2 10 


2 10 


2 25 


2 50 


2 69 


3 25 


3 50 


4 50 


8 01 


34 



It was formerly part of the 







• ■ . • 


68 


5 05 


1 25 


52 


4 68 


2 70 


58 


5 16 


1 95 



11 80 
2 23 
9 25 



ELORA. 



A village on the Grand River, in the Township of Pilkington, County of Wellington, Ontario. Dis^ 
tant from Guelph 13 miles, from Hamilton 43 miles. It was formerly part of Guelph Circuit. 

1851 Solomon Waldron, James Harris .... . . 

52 Solomon Waldron . . .... 200 6 77 . . 4 33 

53 James Armstrong, George Cochrane. ... . 200 7 75 5 57 

54 James Armstrong, j ^rd^ke, \ *>! • « • ■ ■ « 05 

55 Charles Silvester 229 16 50 7 90 10 48 

56 Charles Silvester 254 23 14 11 00 16 00 

57 Charles Silvester, William M. C. Luke ... . 293 24 98 8 00 11 50 

58 Matthew Swann, William Cross 277 23 25 8 07 10 37 

59 Matthew Swann, George Burson... ... 322 17 42 9 37 J 5 07 

60 Matthew Swann, George Browne . 425 17 22 9 82 15 73 

61 Richard J. Forman, Andrew Milliken ... 431 21 36 13 24 17 95 

62 Richard J. Forman, Andrew Milliken ... . 440 22 62 10 00 28 10 

63 Richard J. Forman, George M. Meacham, B.A.. 450 26 96 12 27 28 20 

64 Samuel Fear, George M. Meacham, B.A. ......... 460 22 00 12 70 31 10 

65 Samuel Fear, George M. Meacham, B.A. . 443 18 05 8 05 38 10 

66 Samuel Fear, J. W. German, W H. P. Allan . 408 19 05 8 55 56 » 

67 John W. German, Robert Brewster ... 441 25 00 10 12 156 11 

68 John W German, J. Smiley, B.A ... . . * 386 31 00 13 92 117 90 

69 Noble F. English, James Pearen ... 277 16 58 13 21 66 56 

70 Noble F English, John Scott, B.A 358 14 35 11 00 50 25 

71 Noble F. English, William Johnston.. ... 1 380 1435 1500 5871 

72 Joel Briggs, William Mills .... . 334 ' 11 83 6 24 19 95 

73 Joel Briggs, Albert J. Van Camp . . 244 12 36 7 60 25 00 

74 See London Conference. ... 285 15 51 8 00 30 00 



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WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



207 



ERIN. 

A village and township in the County of Wellington, Ontario. 



Distant from Toronto 47 miles. 



Year 



Names of Ministers. 



1852 
53 
54 
55 
56 
57 
58 

59 
60 
61 
62 
63 
64 
65 
66 

67 

68 

-69 

70 

71 

72 
73 

74 



William Steer, John L. Kerr 

James Taylor ... 

James Berry . . .... 

Robert Corson . 

United with Georgetown Circuit 

Robert Lochead, James Broley . . 
Robert Lochead, James E. Dyer . 

Rockwood united with it one year. 
James E. Dyer, Andrew Milliken. . . 

James E. Dyer, William Cross 

Samuel Wilson, John Sanderson, 2nd. 

Samuel Wilson, George McRae 

Samuel Wilson, George L. Haight . . . 

Stephen Bond, David Chalmers 

David Chalmers, Nelson Burns, M.A. 

Richard Clarke, James Pearen 

„. . . ,,, , \ Alex. A. Ma^wood, 
Richard Clarke, j Wm w Edwards, 

Richard Clarke, Wm. W Edwards . . . 
David Kennedy, Thomas W. Jackson 
David Kennedy, M.A., William Craig 
Benjamin Slieiloek 
William Johnston 

William Johnston 

See London Conference . 



No. of 
Members. 



69 
85 
80 
90 

95 

198 
292 
161 
125 
116 
126 
126 
138 

156 

152 
170 
196 

57 
49 

50 
50 



Conting. 
Fund. 



$4 25 
4 00 
4 08 

4 50 

338 

3 58 
10 38 

5 12 



7 84 
7 49 
7 10 
7 64 

7 75 

8 50 

S 76 

10 70 

11 00 
5 00 
5 07 
5 75 
5 18 



Educa . 
Fund. 



SI 20 



3 70 



8/ 

67 
35 
24 
12 
90 
10 
20 



4 25 



50 

51) 
12 
12 

00 

06 
14 



Sup. M. 
Fund. 



.$4 00 

6 90 

4 00 

5 00 

5 15 

8 25 
10 00 

5 20 
10 60 

9 00 

7 25 

8 00 

10 50 

11 25 



11 
19 



50 
50 



14 26 
6 10 



6 2, 



o 

00 
00 



EUPHEMIA. 
A township in the County of Bothwell, Ontario. It was formerly part of the Florence Mission 

1864 Thomas Atkinson 

65 United with Wardsville Circuit 



95 



4 4o 



00 



EXETER. 



4 74 



A village on the Sable River, in the Townships of Stephen, Hay, and Usborne, Huron County, 
Distant from London 30 miles, from Goderich 30 miles It was formerly part of Devonshire 
1863 William Chapman, Joseph W. Holmes, 



64 William English, Joseph W- Holmes 

65 Samuel Tucker, Richard Hoskins 

66 Samuel Tucker, Alexander G. Harris 

67 Andrew Edwards, Nathaniel Smith . . . 

„ . , T , , , \ William H. Horsley, 

68 Andrew Edwards, j Edward H Taylor> 

69 Andrew Edwards, Christopher Cookman . . 

70 David C. Clappison, James Allan 

71 David C. Clappison 

72 William Lund, William Kettlewell 

73 William Lund, William Kettlewell 

74 See London Conference . . 



F. 



440 
385 
t397 

258 

300 

310 
312 
J 300 
230 
240 
246 



14 00 
14 87 
23 68 
17 



04 



14 
5 



00 
00 
14 
66 



17 63 

66 
7o 
30 
90 
14 
20 



15 

15 
16 
12 
15 
16 



7 62 

11 94 

12 00 
12 00 

8 50 
6 67 

10 30 



Ontario 

Mission. 

22 00 
20 00 
54 50 

30 50 

35 99 

36 15 
36 20 
38 00 

31 50 

31 75 
43 25 



FAIRFIELD. 
A rural district in the Township of Burford, County of Brant. L was formerly part of the Mount 

Pleasant Circuit. 



1865 Peter German. 

66 Peter German 

67 JohnPhilp, B.A. 



2S7 
275 



5 69 

5 00 



3 05 
3 80 



Garafraxa set off. 



t Lucan set off. 



Kippin set off. 



18 05 
13 67 



208 



CIRCUITS, STATIONS, AND MISSIONS. 



Year 



Names of Ministers. 



1868 John Philp, B.A ... 

69 John Philp, B.A . 

70 David Ryan 

71 David Ryan . . 

72 David Ryan, William Godwin 

73 Benjamin Clement, James B. Fawcett 

74 See London Conference . . . 



No. of 


Conting. 


Educa. 


Members. 


Fund. 


Fund. 


320 


$14 50 


$6 20 


320 


16 00 


9 00 


330 


16 50 


9 00 


' ■ 300 


12 07 


7 00 


287 


12 12 


7 00 


- 291 


12 65 


5 11 


283 


11 00 


5 12 



Sup. M. 
Fund. 

$28 00 
24 50 
23 01 
28 00 
20 00 
20 00 
22 00 



FARMERSVILLE. 

A village in the Township of Yonge, County of Leeds, Ontario. It was formerly Elizabethton 
Circuit. Distant from Brockville 15 miles, from Kingston 50 miles. 



1850 Simon Huntington, David Jennings . 

51 William Philp, Simon Huntington 

52 William Philp, William Chapman 

53 David C. Clappison, William Chapman 

54 David C. Clappison, John W. German 

55 George Beynon, John W. German .... 

56 George Beynon, John W. German. 

57 George Beynon, John Mills . 

58 Richard Clarke Richard Pretty 

59 Joseph Reynolds, Andrew L. Peterson 

60 Joseph Reynolds, Daniel V. Lucas 

61 Joseph Reynolds, Daniel V. Lucas . . 

62 Charles Taggart, Brock Rose 

63 Charles Taggart, Henry Irvine 

64 William McGill, George Ferguson 

65 William McGill, Elisha Tennant 

66 William McGill, John Russell . 

67 Joseph Hugill, Wellington Webster Carson . 

68 Joseph Hugill, William Raney ... 

69 Samuel Wilson, Joseph Hammond .... 

70 Samuel Wilson, Jabez P. Wass, B.A 

71 Samuel Wilson, Robert B. Hare. 

72 Daniel V. Lucas 

73 Daniel V. Lucas, William Pearson 

74 See Montreal Conference 



FARNHAM. 



A village and township in the County of Brome, Quebec. 

Circuit. 



1856 David Jennings . . 

57 John Davies 

58 John Davies 

59 Francis Hunt , 

60 James Thorneloe. . 

61 James Thorneloe 

62 James Thorneloe, William Jackson. . 

63 Hiram Fowler 

64 Hiram Fowler .... 

65 Hiram Fowler 

66 Thomas Woolsey 

67 Thomas Woolsey 

68 Richard Robinson 

69 Richard Robinson 

70 Richard Robinson .... 

71 John English .• .... 

72 John English 

73 William Pyke . 

74 See Montreal Conference . . 



440 
408 
377 
384 
390 
377 
379 
395 
402 
280 
305 
295 
300 
342 
305 
251 
235 
258 
283 
291 
310 
298 
308 
326 
334 



12 14 

12 96 
17 00 

17 73 

18 60 
20 60 

23 21 

24 83 
27 02 

13 00 
13 30 

8 93 
8 62 

7 88 

8 02 

8 05 

9 5S 
9 71 

13 00 

14 75 
16 00 

14 35 

15 00 

10 90 

11 00 



6 00 
11 07 



11 
5 
2 
4 
4 
2 
3 
3 
4 
3 
7 



55 
62 
00 
00 
12 
45 
29 
46 
50 
16 
50 



8 40 
10 00 
10 50 

9 00 
10 00 

8 45 



9 87 

13 00 

20 00 

21 90 

22 18 
22 75 
20 00 
60 24 
44 00 

14 00 

8 25 

9 07 
9 30 

14 84 

15 25 

15 50 

16 25 
15 00 
32 10 

25 78 

26 00 
28 00 

30 00 

31 18 
35 18 



It was formerly part of the Dunham 



75 

88 

109 

101 

105 

106 

108 

90 

90 

79 

73 

75 

75 

75 

70 

71 

71 

102 



1 00 


2 20 


5 00 


4 31 


5 39 


4 70 


2 50 


2 25 


2 10 


1 50 


2 00 


1 25 


1 50 


1 00 


1 70 


1 25 


1 25 


1 00 


85 


2 15 


5 27 


3 09 


5 16 


4 23 


9 57 


5 00 


10 20 


6 00 


10 00 


8 00 


9 84 


7 63 


8 39 


5 10 


8 30 


3 00 



00 
0d 
45 
42 
42 
00 
00 
50 
00 
00 
80 
57 



FENELLA. 



A village in the township of Haldimand, County of Northumberland, Ontario. 

Alnwick Circuit. 

1864 Christopher Hamilton 

65 Daniel Perrin, B.A . . 

66 Daniel Perrin, B.A . . . 

67 James A. Ivison 



8 50 

9 00 

11 22 

12 00 
12 00 

8 00 



It was formerlj 



140 


4 60 


1 50 


160 


2 35 


1 60 


170 


4 00 


2 00 


165 


3 51 


2 00 



4 10 

4 50 

5 00 
19 00 



WESLEY AN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



209 



Year 



Names of Ministers. 



1868 James A. Ivison .... 

69 William Short 

70 William Short 

71 William Short 

72 United with Alderville 



No. of 
Members. 



170 
170 
153 
145 
133 



Conting. 
Fund. 



$6 95 

6 10 

7 00 

5 00 

6 71 



Educa. 


Sup. M. 


Fund. 


Fund. 


$2 10 


$17 25 


3 50 


17 50 


5 00 


18 00 


5 51 


17 50 


4 57 


25 00 



1 75 
1 25 
1 34 

90 

i is 

1 20 
4 10 

4 21 

5 50 

6 69 
6 00 
6 03 



1 50 



30 

50 
60 



FENELON FALLS. 

A village on the River Trent, between Cameron and Sturgeon Lakes, in the township of Fenelon, 
County of Victoria, Ontario. Distant from Lindsay 16 miles, from Peterboro' 38 miles 

1861 Christopher Hamilton ... ... 

62 Christopher Hamilton 76 

63 William Sheridan ... .... 72 

64 William Sheridan 54 

65 John Sanderson, 2nd J 58 

66 John Sanderson, 2nd . . . . t 62 

67 John Sanderson, 2nd . . 64 

68 William R. Barker 64 

69 William R. Barker 70 

70 William R. Barker . 76 

71 William C. Washington, M. A.. .. 146 

72 William C. Washington, M. A 136 

73 William (.'. Washington, M. A 140 

"74 See Toronto Conference • 146 



20 
50 
00 
25 
00 
11 



4 10 

2 00 

3 00 

2 00 

3 50 

4 00 
8 10 
8 20 

13 32 

14 37 
13 05 
16 00 



FERGUS. 



A thriving village on the line of the Wellington, Grey and Brace R. R . 
miles. It was formerly part of the Elora Circuit . 

1868 Robert Brewster . . 

69 Robert Brewster 

70 John G. Laird . . 

71 John G. Laird .. 

72 John O. Laird 

73 Robert Fowler, M. D 

74 See London Conference. . . 



Distant from Guelph 16 



128 


13 25 


10 00 


22 85 


140 


12 25 


10 00 


12 25 


170 


20 00 


13 40 


15 70 


140 


18 50 


11 00 


15 80 


125 


15 50 


8 10 


15 80 


125 


16 50 


9 10 


18 00 



FINGAL. 
A village in the township of Southwold, County of Elgin, Ontario. Distant from St. Thomas 7 miles, 
from Port Stanley 7 miles, and from London 24 miles. It was formerly part of St. Thomas Circuit. 



1856 Matthew Swann . 

57 Matthew Swann . ... 

58 Luther O. Rice . 

59 Luther 0. Rice. 

60 Thomas Crews.. 

61 Thomas Crews.. ... 

62 Thomas Crews 

63 William E. Walker. 

64 William E. Walker. 

65 Thomas Crews 

66 Thomas Crews 

67 Thomas Crews 

68 Joseph Sheply .... 

69 Joseph Sheply 

70 Andrew Edwards 

71 Andrew Edwards . 

72 Andrew Edwards . 

73 James Harris 

74 See London Conference. 



85 
90 
99 
126 
132 
132 
152 
155 
158 
130 
150 
162 
125 
126 
138 
143 
145 
145 



5 40 


3 


25 


12 60 


10 87 


3 


00 


5 00 


4 48 





95 


4 87 


11 05 


2 


12 


6 67 


7 50 


2 


00 


8 00 


8 50 


2 


50 


10 00 


9 00 


3 


00 


14 00 


7 66 


5 


73 


12 78 


6 72 


4 


28 


11 61 


8 00 


4 


20 


16 00 


8 25 


4 


50 


18 00 


9 00 


5 


00 


20 00 


16 31 


6 


25 


34 85 


14 10 


7 


25 


40 00 


15 00 


10 


00 


41 00 


14 87 


6 


50 


41 25 


13 81 


6 


00 


42 00 


16 49 


6 


12 


47 75 



FITZROY HARBOUR. 
A small village on the Ottawa, in the township of Fitzroy, County of Carleton, Ontario. 



1863 Hazleton A. Spencer. . 

64 

65 Robert L. Gabie 



00 



14 



' One appointment given to Tyrconnell. 



210 



CIRCUITS, STATIONS AND MISSIONS. 



Year 


Names of Ministers. 


No. of 
Members. 


Conting. 
Fund. 


Educa. 
Fund. 


Sup. M. 
Fund. 


1866 
67 
68 
69 

70 
71 
72 
73 
74 


Robert L. Gabie ... 

Erastus S. Curry.. 

Erastus S. Curry „ 

William Creighton . . ... ... 

William Creighton ... 


72 
36 
36 
40 
41 
45 
51 
48 
83 


$6 03 
3 47 
3 58 

2 95 

3 00 

3 07 

4 65 
4 85 
6 81 


$4 10 
3 40 
3 50 
3 00 
3 25 

1 75 

2 96 

3 03 
3 56 


17 50 

6 50 
5 90 

7 30 
13 35 

9 50 




14 61 
14 80 
17 19 



FLINTON and ADDINGTON ROAD. 

Flinton is a village in the township of Kaladar, County of Addington, 42 miles from Belleville, 
Ontario. The Addington Road is a new road made by Government through the County. 

1858 Luther Houghton 

. 59 William Sanderson 

60 William Sanderson .... ... 

61 John A. Dowler 

62 John A. Dowler 

63 John A. Dowler 

64 Robert Robinson . . .... 

65 Robert Robinson .... 

66 John Corbett 

67 John Corbett . . 

68 John Corbett . ... 

69 Philip J. Roblin ... 

70 Philip J. Roblin 

71 William Norton . ... 

72 John Tozeland ... 

73 John Tozeland . . . . 

74 See Toronto Conference . . 



103 





• 


124 


1 03 




102 


1 20 




* 136 


1 25 


68 


96 


1 30 




145 


1 35 




110 


1 40 




79 


1 80 




91 


1 80 




83 


2 51 




62 


2 60 


64 


51 






68 


6 93 


... 


58 


3 52 


40 


72 


3 19 


61 


80 


2 40 


72 



1 60 
1 05 
05 
15 
00 
00 
00 
60 
08 
3 00 
1 38 

1 35 

2 68 
2 31 



1 
1 

2 

2 
3 
3 
4 



FLOS. 

A township in the County of Simcoe, Ontario. The village and township of Orillia was united with 

it from 1855 to 1857. 

1855 Stephen Brownell, Alexander R. Campbell ... 

56 Alexander R. Campbell, Andrew Milliken ... 173 15 80 10 00 25 00 

57 Andrew Milliken, Peter Campbell 300 19 75' 600 1451 

Penetanguishene and Beausoliel Island united with it. 

58 Andrew Milliken, William M. Cooley 351 1190 7 00 6 00 

59 George McNamara.. ...... .. 331 6 50 4 50 7 00 

60 ...... 146 2 69 2 01 2 63 

61 Medonte township now united to it. 

62 David Hunt . . ... 

63 David Hunt 55 4 04 2 00 5 10 

64 See Craighurst and Penetanguishene . . 60 4 08 2 00 5 00 



FLORENCE. 

A village on the east side of the River Sydenham, in the township of Euphemia, County of Bothwell, 
Ontario. Distant from Chatham 25 miles, from London 50 miles. 

1856 William Hawke 

57 William Hawke .... 

58 William Hawke, Thomas Drake 

59 William Savage, Hugh Johnston 

60 William Savage 

61 William Savage, James Thornton. 

62 John Hodgson, Samuel Alexander . 

63 John Hodgson, John Doel, Robert H. Waddell 

64 Thomas Robson . . . . 

65 Le Roy Hooker. . . ... 

66 Le Roy Hooker , 

67 Le Roy Hooker, William E. Bottoms.... 

68 ElishaTennant/johnGrenfell. , 

69 David A. Johnston . . . 



76 


2 80 


2 00 


301 


2 40 


2 20 


241 


2 80 


2 40 


239 


3 00 


2 66 


295 


3 46 


3 oe 


298 


4 10 


3 27 


233 


6 50 


6 05 


+ 238 


6 52 


4 06 


134 


3 75 


2 50 


146 


12 13 


3 00 


154 


10 10 


2 40 


J 216 


8 90 


1 55 


89 


8 50 


5 00 



5 00 
5 35 

7 
7 
7 
7 



00 
25 
60 
50 



14 00 
14 00 

8 00 

9 00 
854 

12 30 
8 00 



* DpnVncrVi apt nflT 



4« T^ni-tn ami a aa+ r\n 



+ n., 



WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



211 



Year 



Names of Ministers. 



1870 David A. Johnston 

71 William E. Smith 

72 Alexander G. Harris . 

73 Alexander G. Harris . 

74 See London Conference 



No. of 
Members. 



90 
105 
145 

140 



FONT HILL. 



Conting. 


Educa. 


Sup. M. 


Fund. 


Fund. 


Fund. 


$9 00 


$5 00 


$8 00 


9 20 


4 50 


10 00 


7 23 


2 79 


8 00 


10 29 


3 75 


15 05 


9 60 


4 10 


16 22 



A village in the township of Pelham, County of Welland, Ontario. It was fonnerly part of the 

Thorold Circuit. 



1872 John Kidley 

73 John Ridley .... 

74 See London Conference 



104 
115 



7 25 

8 09 



3 22 

4 23 



10 00 
9 00 



FOREST. 

A village in the township of Plymton, Comity of Lambton, Ontario. It was formerly part of Arkona 

Mission. 

1871 John Neelands .... 

72 John Neelands ... 86 4 00 

73 George Clarke, Robert H. Hall 123 4 25 

74 See London Conference . 140 7 00 



3 45 

3 50 

4 50 



5 00 

5 50 

12 00 



FORT GEORGE and QUEENSTON. 

Two villages in the township of Niagara, County of Lincoln, Ontario. It was formerly part of the 

Niagara Circuit. 



Year 


Ministers. 


No, of 
Members. 


Year 


Ministers. 


No. of 
Members. 


1825 
26 

27 


James Richardson 


36 ' 
36 


1828 Samuel Belton, Anson Green 

29 Samuel Belton, Anson Green 

30 Now included in Stamford Circ't 


35 

184 
216 



FRANKFORD. 

A village on the River Trent, in the township of Sidney, County of Hastings, Ontario. Distant from 

Belleville 14 miles. 



1857 
58 
59 
60 
61 
62 
63 
64 
65 
66 
67 
68 
69 
70 
71 
72 
73 
74 



Michael Fawcett, John B. Clarkson . . 
David B. Madden, William J. Hewitt 
Edward Barrass, Thomas Cleworth . 
Edward Barrass, Davidson McDonald 
Edward Barrass, George Burson. . . . 

Richard Potter 

David Ryan ... 

David Ryan 

David Ryan 

George M. Meacham, B.A 

George M. Meacham, B.A 

Samuel C. Philp, Jun 

Samuel C. Philp, Sen. 

Samuel C. Philp, Sen 

Joseph H. Stinson 

Joseph H. Stinson 

Jeremiah A. Chapman, B.A. . . 
Sec Toronto Conference 



340 
310 
306 

286 
272 
150 
132 
140 
150 
175 
190 
170 
105 
165 
179 
175 
198 



FRANKLIN CENTRE. 



A village in the township of Franklin, County of Chateaugay, 
° Russelltown Circuit. 

1859 William Richardson 

60 William Richardson, William Hall, B.A 

61 William Richardson, Alex. Campbell (B) 

62 Alfred Andrews, Richard Robinson 

63 Alfred Andrews, Samuel Cairns 



8 00 

8 38 

13 86 

14 74 
12 94 

5 60 
4 34 

4 50 

5 06 

9 05 
9 10 
9 20 
7 00 
7 07 
5 37 
2 58 
5 20 



6 


66 


3 04 


3 


33 


5 


75 


6 


46 


1 


87 


1 


25 


1 


12 


1 


10 


4 


28 


4 


30 


5 


00 


4 


00 



00 

08 
91 



10 00 
10 25 
30 12 
34 00 
36 00 
10 25 
10 50 

7 25 

8 25 
20 22 
25 00 
25 00 

10 00 

11 00 
14 00 
11 61 

9 85 



Quebec. It was formerly called 



153 


7 51 


3 22 


153 


6 26 


4 02 


177 


8 56 


4 03 


229 


8 63 


2 78 


197 


9 00 


1 26 



10 13 
6 71 
6 63 
6 07 

35 00 



212 



CIRCUITS, STATIONS AND MISSIONS. 



Year 


• 
Names of Ministers. 


No. of 
Members. 


Conting. 
Fund. 


Educa. 
Fund. 


Sup. 1 
Fund 


1864 
65 
to 
67 

68 

69 
70 
71 
72 
73 
74 


Alfred Andrews, William Shaw 

[ See Manningville. 

„ t> \ Wellington W. Carson, ) 
George Rogers, j Joseph g Deaconi { 


200 
221 

201 

189 
200 
208 
210 
198 
220 


$9 20 
9 30 

6 20 

11 78 

12 75 

13 21 

13 25 

14 00 
14 00 


$1 80 
1 92 

4 97 

5 28 
5 40 
7 25 

5 18 

6 25 
6 50 


$21 S, 
18 31 

21 U 
33 0( 


George Rogers, . John Walton, 2nd . 

Thomas G. Williams, William Knox 

Thomas G. Williams, Simon Crookshanks. . ... 

Thomas G. Williams . ....... 

See Montreal Conference . . n . 


33 2( 
49 35 

32 8( 

33 0{ 
33 74 



FREDERICKSBURG. 

A small village in the township of Middleton, County of Norfolk, Ontario. It was formerly part 

Walsingham Circuit. 

1855 Isaac Crane . . , . . ....... I ... J . . . i I .... 

56 Name of Mission changed to Delhi .... I 144 I 4 07 I I 8 00 



FRELIGHSBURG. 

A village in the East Parish of the Seignory of St. Armand, in the County of Mississiquoi, Quebi 

It was formerly part of the Dunham Circuit. Distant from St. Johns 28 miles, from St. Albai 
Vermont, 21 miles. 

1864 George Stenning .... .... .... ... .... 

65 Donald Sutherland 69 2 87 120 3 25 

66JohnDavies 71 175 180 4 00 

67 John Davies . . . . 77 3 74 1 80 4 74 

68 William Scales .. 73 381 200 723 

69 William Scales 73 r 4 20 2 90 15 75 

70 William Scales... 74 8 58 3 00 15 00 

71 Thomas Bell ... .. 62 6 88 4 00 32 00 

72 Thomas Bell 64 6 00 4 00 17 05 

73 Thomas Bell..... ,60 3 34 2 00 18 00 

74 See Montreal Conference . 68 4 49 2 20 18 00 



FRONTENAC. 
A Mission in the County of Frontenac, Ontario. It was formerly part of Harrowsmith Circuit. 



1862 John J. Wilson 

63 Robert Godfrey 

64 Robert Godfrey 

65 

66 United with Harrowsmith 





20 








34 


6 32 


20 




36 


90 


24 




36 


95 


25 



1 50 
1 60 
1 60 



FULLARTON. 

A small village in the township of Fullarton, in the County of Perth. Distant from Mitchell 6 mile 

It was formerly part of Mitchell Circuit. 

1873 Colman Bristol, M. A. ...I i ... I ... I 

74 See London Conference .J 155 1111 ' 4 73 ' 18 75 



G. 



GALT. 

A town on the Grand River, in the township of North Dumfries, County of Waterloo, Ontario. 

Distant from Berlin 12 miles, from Hamilton 25 miles. 

1854 George Kennedy .... .... 

55 George Kennedy 95 12 00 5 00 14 05 

Berlin united with it one year. 

56 Lewis Warner, Alexander Sutherland ... 73 1« 00 4 00 16 00 



WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



21; 



Year 



Names of Ministers. 



No. of 

Members. 



1858 Joseph Hugill . 

59 United with Paris Circuit 

60 Richard J. Forman 

61 Joseph F. Messmore 

62 Stephen Bond 

63 Stephen Bond 

64 George McRae 

65 Thomas Brock ... 

RR \ Nelson Burns, M.A. / 

bt> j Charles Lavell, M. A. \ 

67 Charles Lavell, M.A. 

68 Charles Lavell, M.A. . 

69 Hall Christopherson . 

70 Hall Christopherson 

71 John B. Clarkson, M.A . . 

72 John B. Clarkson, M.A 

73 John B. Clarkson, M.A . . 

74 See London Conference 

GANANOQUE. 
A village and township in the County of Leeds, Ontario. 



1835 William Steer.. .. 

■86 George F. Playter 

37 United with Waterloo Circuit . 

38) 

39 > United with Elizabethtown Circuit. 

40) 

41 Stephen Miles 

42 Stephen Miles 

43 Stephen Miles 

44 Vincent B. Howard, Erastus Hurlburt 

45 Ozias Barber 

46 

47 David Jennings 

48 United with Elizabethtown 

49 David B. Madden. 

50 William H. Williams . 

51 William H. Williams.. 

52 Benjamin Nankeville ... 

53 Charles Turver 

54 Charles Turver. 

55 Charles Turver 

56 George Carr, William W Miller. . 

57 George Carr . . .... 

58 George Carr . 

59 William Short 

60 John Slight. . 

61 John Slight ...'... 

62 James Roy 

63 James Roy 

64 James Roy. 

65 Edward Barrass ... 

66 Davidson McDonald 

67 Davidson McDonald 

68 Davidson McDonald 

69 Wesley Casson 

70 Wesley Casson 

71 Wesley Casson.. . . . . ... 

72 Donald G. Sutherland, M.A. 

73 Donald G. Sutherland, M.A 

74 See Montreal Conference 



50 

48 

27 
33 
46 
50 
45 

47 

49 
62 
68 
73 
59 
51 
71 
77 



Conting. 
Fund. 



$7 00 
5 20 

4 00 

4 00 

5 18 
5 09 
5 20 

7 15 

7 65 
10 12 
13 39 



Educa. 
Fund. 



90 

85 



13 60 
15 00 
15 00 



$4 00 
2 00 

2 00 

75 
2 48 

2 57 

2 50 

3 97 



75 
03 
05 
50 
10 
50 
00 
00 



Sup. M. 
Fund. 



$4 01 

3 70 

4 00 
4 00 

6 75 

7 35 
7 43 



10 15 

19 15 

20 15 
12 00 
12 00 
12 50 
14 00 
20 00 



Brockville 30 miles. 



Distant from Kingston 18 miles, from 



'l8' 




43 


5 01 


83 


1212 


78 


9 76 


74 


8 03 


77 


4 00 


83 


5 00 


70 


5 35 


62 


5 10 


73 


7 92 


57 


8 20 


60 


2 87 


42 


2 90 


45 


4 82 


62 


6 38 


62 


6 38 


79 


6 55 


147 


23 39 


77 


12 00 


74 


12 07 


105 


9 00 


94 


9 74 


84 


6 17 


93 


9 50 


84 


8 67 


97 


5 92 


90 


9 78 


82 


9 43 


100 


11 13 


110 


12 20 


85 


9 25 


• 86 


7 00 


90 


7 40 


" 100 


12 61 


118 


14 10 



70 
11 

00 
09 
00 
50 
10 
08 
20 
62 
58 
60 
95 
10 
25 
25 
60 



88 
00 



50 
80 
46 
73 
00 
32 
00 
68 



6 62 



50 
25 
23 
50 
50 
10 



6 00 
6 44 



18 31 
6 83 

8 00 
12 00 

12 00 

9 90 
9 50 
6 50 
5 63 

13 40 

14 00 

15 39 
18 32 
17 50 
17 75 
17 25 
17 23 
21 43 



GARAFRAXA. 

A Mission in the townships of Garafraxa and Luther, Wellington County, Ontario. 

part of Erin Mission. 
1870 ( William Bradley).. . 

71 Peter W. Jones. 

72 Peter W. Jones. 



73 George McNamara, David Bettschan. 



101 






121 


5 67 


1 00 


135 


6 35 


2 12 


154 


7 67 


2 65 



It was formerly 



4 91 

8 90 

11 25 



214 



CIRCUITS, STATIONS AND MISSIONS. 



GASPE. 
A Mission in the township and County of Gaspe, Quebec. 



Year 



Names of Ministers. 



1855 
56 
to 
58 
59 
60 
61 
62 



Edmund S. Ingalls 
Vacant. 



Isaac B. Tallman. 
Isaac B. Tallman . 
Isaac B. Tallman. 
Isaac B. Tallman . . . 

63 David Jennings . 

64 David Jennings . . 

65 Samuel E. Maudsley . . 

66 Isaac B. Tallman . . 

67 Isaac B. Tallman . . 

68 Isaac B. Tallman . . 

69 Alexander Drennan 

70 Alexander Drennan 

71 Alexander Drennan 

72 Thomas Haddon 

73 Thomas Haddon . 

74 See Montreal Conference 



No. of 


Conting. 


Educa. 


Members. 


Fund. 


Fund. 


20 






ioo 






80 


$1 37 


$1 15 


80 


1 12 


1 25 


81 


1 00 


1 00 


81 


2 00 


1 00 


70 


2 00 


1 60 


75 


2 83 


1 19 


88 


5 00 


3 00 


80 


2 00 


2 00 


80 


2 50 


1 25 


63 


3 73 


1 60 


59 


4 60 


2 00 


64 


5 00 


1 75 


78 


4 23 


1 15 


80 


4 20 


1 20 



Sup. M. 
Fund. 



$3 00 
2 62 



00 

50 

00 

32 

00 

8 00 

3 00 

3 04 

3 00 

3 50 

3 25 

3 30 



GATINEAU. 

So called from the name of a river which empties into the Ottawa at Aylmer, in the County of 

Ottawa, Quebec. 



1846 William Morton 

47 George Young 

48 Erastus Hurlburt 

49 Erastus Hurlburt . . 

50 John Armstrong 

51 John Armstrong 

52 John Howes .... 

53 John Howes 

54 Silas Huntingdon 

55 Silas Huntingdon , . . 

56 George Carr, Edward A. Glassford . 

57 George Carr 

58 James Roy ... 

59 Michael Baxter 

60 See North Wakefield .... 

GEORGETOWN. 
A village in the township of Esquesing, County of Halton, Ontario. 



120 


7 07 





91 


3 01 




92 


2 63 




94 


3 70 




91 


3 80 


. ( 


122 


4 58 


4 4 


119 


5 90 




137 


6 00 




135 


6 00 




138 


5 35 


3 60 


75 


3 32 




72 


4 39 


2 52 


80 


5 00 


2 69 



02 
00 
50 
00 
20 
94 
65 
00 
00 
00 
55 
3 62 
6 50 



from Milton 12 miles. 



Distant from Toronto 28 miles, 



1844 Luther O. Rice 

45 Luther O. Rice 

46 William Philp 

47 William Philp 

48 William Philp 

49 William Willoughby , , 

50 William Willoughby, George McRitchie 

51 William Willoughby, George McRitchie . , 

52 Joseph Messmore, George Washington 

53 Joseph Messmore, George Washington . . 

54 William Andrews .,,......,.,. 

55 John Law .... 

Erin Circuit united with it one year. 

56 Samuel C. Philp, Samuel C. Philp, Jun 

57 Samuel C. Philp, Joseph H. Starr 

58 Richard L. Tucker, Richard J. Forman 

59 Richard L. Tucker, Richard J. Forman 

60 Richard L. Tucker, George Burson 

61 James Hughes, Stephen Bond 

62 James Hughes, William Taylor 
68 James E. Dver. Geonre Mr/Run 



155 
153 
170 
164 
187 
186 
245 
248 
145 
175 
180 

183 
325 
271 
340 
372 
327 
280 
270 



7 27 




9 18 




14 08 


* * • 


14 68 




14 83 




14 85 




15 io 




20 77 


■ ■ ■ ■ 


11 05 


j • * * 


12 50 




12 92 


5 52 


20 77 


6 00 


28 88 


10 00 


13 15 


7 00 


17 29 


3 00 


18 68 


3 00 


16 38 


1 08 


16 75 


6 30 


1ft 22 


A Sfi 



5 07 


3 00 


8 00 


9 70 


14 75 


15 00 


16 00 


14 45 


11 50 


13 00 v 


13 48 


22 00 


29 00 


12 92 


16 00 


16 50 


17 07 


20 60 


21 00 



WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFEKENCE. 



215 



Year 



Names of Ministers. 



1864 Ja'mes E. Dyer, Benjamin Clement . . 

65 James E. Dyer, Benjamin Clement . . 

66 Thomas Jeffers, Thomas Brock ... 

67 Thomas Jeffers, Christopher Cookman 

68 Thomas Jeffers, James Pearen 

69 Joel Briggs, James Fear 

70 Joel Briggs, Isaac Tovell . 

71 Joel Briggs, Francis C. Reynolds 

72 Matthew Swann 

73 Matthew Swann . 

74 See London Conference ... 



No. of 


Conting. 


Educa. 


Members. 


Fund. 


Fund. 


234 


$12 10 


$5 20 


235 


12 15 


4 10 


245 


13 35 


5. 15 


240 


19 00 


6 36 


240 


20 00 


6 CO 


280 


14 63 


13 00 


225 


15 00 


13 00 


240 


15 00 


14 00 


* 400 


15 00 


10 00 


176 


12 16 


6 44 


175 


7 37 


4 00 



Sup. M. 
Fund. 



$20 06 
21 60 
26 00 
28 00 
30 00 
30 50 
35 00 
41 00 
35 03 
33 50 
30 00 



GEORGEVILLE. 

A village on the east side of* Lake Memphramagog, in the township and County of Stanstead, Quebec 
Distant from Stanstead 15 miles, from Magog 10 miles. 

1859 Edwin Peake . . 

60 Edwin Peake . . 
• 61 John Davies 

62 John Davies 

63 James Thorneloe . 
a , \ James Thorneloe, 

j John Stewart, 
li5 John Stewart .... 

Magog united with it. 

66 Moses M. Johnston 

67 Moses M. Johnston . 

68 Osborn Lambly, M.A 

69 Osborn Lambly, M.A 

70 Osborn Lambly, M.A. 

71 Samuel E. Maudsley. . . 

72 Jacob Freshman . ... 

73 Benjamin Longley . . . 

74 See Montreal Conference 





• • • • 




• ■ ■ • 




23 


1 25 


75 




24 


1 25 


75 




28 


1 50 


1 70 




21 


2 32 


1 50 




26 


2 20 


1 55 




43 








■52 








43 


1 76 


6 76 




50 


1 70 


1 00 




33 


1 55 


2 00 




36 


3 48 


5 00 




34 


4 75 


6 00 




23 


5 56 


2 81 




30 


6 06 


6 00 




31 


3 60 


2 73 



2 25 
2 25 
7 93 

2 78 

2 75 



3 37 
3 55 
3 55 
3 55 

5 40 

6 68 

3 84 

7 00 

4 30 



GLANFORD. 

So called from the township of Glanford, in the County of Wentworth, Ontario. 

part of Hamilton City Circuit. 

^iwm^S' S WilliamC ^ hton 

51 William Haw, Isaac Barber 342 24 64 

52 Simon Huntingdon, Andrew A. Smith 368 17 00 

53 Simon Huntingdon, William Richardson . 368 20 68 

54 Thomas Williams, James M. Clarke 385 27 78 

55 Thomas Williams, ji^Xon, j 390 28 03 

56 James Hughes, George G. German . .... 352 24 90 

57 James Hughes, Isaac B. Tallman 332 25 00 

58 James Hughes, Thomas Cobb .... 350 24 90 

59 Jonathan E. Betts, William H. Laird 370 24 95 

60 Jonathan E. Betts, Hugh McLean . . . 386 29 12 

61 Jonathan E. Betts, Hall Christopherson ... . 393 30 60 

62 Thomas S. Keough, Hall Christopherson 448 23 50 

63 Thomas S. Keough, Hall Christopherson 443 26 35 

64 Thomas S Keough, George H. Cornish 473 23 79 

65 Reuben E. Tupper, Georgh H. Cornish. 460 24 72 

66 Reuben E. Tupper, Thomas D. Pearson 467 24 75 

67 Thomas D. Pearson, Daniel Perrin, B. A 451 22 45 

68 Thomas D. Pearson, Richard Potter ... 446 24 00 

69 John W. Savage, Richard Potter . 460 24 17 

70 JohnW. Savage, j £?£ ^g^ ( 570 25 10 

71 John W. Savage, Robert Davey 572 25 26 

72 Thomas S. Howard, Richard W. Padgham 1 302 14 05 

73 Thomas S. Howard, David Kane . 275 15 10 

74 See London Conference . ... 280 15 40 



It was formerly 



10 76 
12 00 
20 00 
22 51 



10 05 

7 75 

8 00 

9 00 
9 10 

12 75 

12 76 

11 00 
11 00 
10 00 
10 59 
10 62 

4 67 

7 23 

10 00 

13 30 

18 00 

7 45 
9 00 

8 00 



24 95 

37 25 
40 00 
40 00 
42 00 

50 00 
64 00 
61 30 
66 68 
56 ':4 

55 84 

56 00 

51 05 

52 00 

53 10 

56 00 

60 57 
55 00 
70 00 
84 01 



' Acton set off. 



t Seneca set off. 



216 



CIRCUITS, STATIONS AND MISSIONS. 



GLEN TAY. 
A village in the township of Bathurst, County of Lanark, Ontario. It was formerly Bathurst Mission. 



Year 


Names of Ministers. 


No. of 
Members. 


Conting. 
Fund. 


Educa. 
Fund. 


Sup. M. 
Fund. 


1869 
70 
71 
72 
73 
74 




91 
91 

89 

80 

82 

112 


$5 00 
5 93 
4 20 

3 90 

4 00 
4 50 


$3 00 
3 30 
3 40 
2 50 
2 60 
2 10 


$6 25 
8 26 


Brock Rose . . = ; ... 

John A. Dowler . . . . . 

See Montreal Conference 


9 50 
9 75 
8 00 
8 50 



GODERICH. 

The county town of the County of Huron, issituate in the township of Goderich, on the east shore 
of Lake Huron, Ontario. Distant from Stratford 44 miles, from Toronto 1(52. 

1833 John Beatty 

84 United with Saugeen 

35 John Armstrong, Thomas Hurlburt . 



37 ... 

38 Hugh Montgomery 

39 John K. Williston 

^n { Charles B. Goodrich, ) 

w j Thomas Fawcett, \ 

41 Thomas Fawcett .... 

42 James Norris . .... 

43 John Bredin ....... 

44 John Gundy 

45 Henry Byers, John Hunt 

46 Henry Byers, George Kennedy . . 

47 George Kennedy, Thomas Williams. 

48 John Williams, James Gray 

49 John Williams, John G. Laird 

50 Samuel Fear, Thomas Peacock ...... 

51 Samuel Fear, Joel Briggs ... 

52 Samuel Fear, William Creighton . . 

53 Charles Silvester, James M. Clarke 

54 Charles Silvester, George Cochran . . 

55 John S. Evans, James Berry 

56 John S. Evans 

57 John S. Evans , 

58 Thomas Cosford, Stephen Bond 

59 Thomas Cosford . ... 

60 Thomas Cosford . 

61 Noble F. English. ; 

62 Noble F. English. . 

63 Noble F. English 

64 Richard Whiting 

65 Richard Whiting . . 

66 Richard Whiting . . 

67 William H. Poole 

68 William H. Poole 

69 William H. Poole 

70 William S. Blackstock. 

71 William S. Blackstock 

72 William S. Blackstock . 

73 James Graham 

74 See London Conference 



GOSFIELD. 
A village and township in the County of Essex, Ontario. 
1833 Horace Dean .... 

34 Horace Dean, Peter Ker . .... 

35 John Baxter, James Ward. . .,, .-,,„.. 

36 Stephen Miles c . ; : , 

Amherstburg united with it two years. 



55 







45 






25 




.... 


60 






103 




.... 


84 






80 






78 




-. i, ■ 


78 


. . . 




96 






140 


.... 




185 






190 


.... 


... 


216 


5 00 




249 


7 50 




316 


11 50 




303 


12 93 




324 


10 60 




392 


11 00 




*507 


16 12 


.... 


+ 229 


16 55 


8 10 


85 


4 00 


5 40 


135 


4 50 


6 00 


140 


3 58 


3 38 


150 


6 18 


4 25 


105 


5 25 


4 00 


100 


7 00 


4 00 


112 


5 20 


2 20 


121 


7 10 


2 22 


111 


4 35 


2 86 


116 


7 15 


4 10 


150 


11 15 


2 20 


152 


12 50 


5 30 


156 


12 60 


6 40 


218 


12 70 


13 00 


30C 


13 75 


18 00 


280 


25 65 


24 00 


275 


24 62 


13 00 


225 


18 89 


10 21 


240 


24 42 


9 83 



4 00 

4 00 

5 25 

6 08 

5 12 

6 00 
23 30 

9 25 
5 00 
8 00 
8 00 
10 00 

8 50 

10 00 

11 50 

12 00 

9 25 
11 00 

17 00 

18 00 
18 00 
20 00 
30 00 

38 50 

39 00 
39 00 
41 50 



It was formerly Amherstburg Circuit. 



340 


■ ■ • • 




294 


• • • . 




307 






280 




... 



12 50 
24 00 



Plinto 



■i-Tlmrfial/4 cnA W„ „■„ „ „„1, _„i „«T 



WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



217 



Year 


Names of Ministers. 


No. of 


Conting. 


Educa. 


Sup. M. 




Members. 


Fund. 


Fund. 


Fund. 


1837 


Conrad Vandusen, David Hafdie 


184 


$6 00 


.... 


$4 00 


38 John K. Williston, Henry Byers 


197 


6 25 




6 00 


Howard united with it six years. 










39 Thomas McMullen, Stephen Miles 


181 


35 75 




41 93 


40 Cornelius Flummerfelt, Stephen Miles 


314 


15 53 


.... 


50 


41 Cornelius Flummerfelt, Henry Byers 


315 






5 20 


42 Kennedy Creighton . ... 


372 


13 07 




3 10 


43 Solomon Waldron, Thomas Williams .... 


460 


12 25 




2 65 


44 Solomon Waldron 


339 


2 20 




1 62 


Tilbury united with it two years. 










45 David Hardie, William Dignam ... 


280 


2 43 




2 92 


46 




344 


9 04 




10 45 


Amherstburg again united with it two years. 




47 Richard Phelps, Samuel Fear 


311 


8 00 




7 85 


48 Richard Phelps, Edwin Clement .... 


368 


16 74 




12 76 


49 Edwin Clement 


310 


14 14 


• . . . 


6 50 


50 Robert Corson 


211 


8 00 




10 50 


51 John K. Williston 


186 


9 40 




6 50 


52 John K. Williston 


185 


14 02 




6 97 


53 
54 


William Dignam .... 


177 

210 


10 63 

11 00 




6 32 




6 42 


55 William Chapman 


200 .j 


10 00 




6 25 


56 William Chapman 


212 


10 57 


$2 52 


7 43 


Rochester united with it two years. 










57 Thomas Atkinson, Edwin Fessant . .... 


214 


8 23 




8 77 




400 


8 75 


2 66 


17 62 


Amherstburg again united with it two years. 










59 Thomas S. Howard, Thomas Drake 


552 


18 65 


11 00 


19 00 


60 Thomas S. Howard, Hugh Johnston . . . . . 


410 


16 00 


3 00 


15 50 




421 


17 00 


7 12 


17 00 


62 William Hawke ... 


226 


6 07 


3 04 


8 22 


63 William Hawke 


216 


5 20 


2 34 


10 00 


64 Thomas Cleworth. 


220 


7 10 


2 50 


12 10 


65 Thomas Cleworth 


227 


6 15 


2 20 


10 14 


66 


Now called Kingsville Circuit . 


244 


6 20 


2 32 


20 00 



GRAFTON. 
A village in the township of Haldimand, County of Northumberland, Ontario. 
of Cobourg Circuit. Distant from Cobourg 7 miles. 

1859 Henry Jackson . . .... 

60 James Kennedy 

61 1 

to > United with Baltimore. 
72) 

73 Thomas J. Edmison. . . 

74 See Toronto Conference ... 



38 
38 



43 



3 35 
3 73 



It was formerly part 



2 72 



2 10 
1 90 



1 17 



1 25 

2 64 



1 25 



GRANBY. 

A village and township in the County of Shefford, Quebec. Distant 

from Frost Village 14 miles. 



1856 Samuel G. Phillips 

57 James Thorneloe ... 

58 James Thorneloe . . . 

59 James Thorneloe 

60 John Walton . . 

61 John Walton 

62 John Walton . . . 

63 John Davies . f. . 

64 John Davies . . 

65 John Davies . 

66 Benjamin Cole . 

67 Benjamin Cole . 

68 Benjamin Cole . . 

69 William English . . . 

70 William English . . . 

71 William English . . 

72 William H. Rowsom, 

73 James E. Richardson 

74 See Montreal Conference 



B,A. 



94 
114 
118 
124 
131 
105 
80 
88 
90 
113 
125 
124 
106 
161 
147 
149 
178 
198 
175 



rom St. 


Hyacinth t 


25 milt 


1 00 


2 


06 


6 50 


2 47 


1 


07 


J 7 62 


8 00 


2 


00 




4 00 





00 


i 8 66 


4 50 


o 


00 


8 50 


2 00 


1 


25 


4 00 




1 


75 


3 00 


1 10 


1 


00 


4 00 


4 21 


2 


54 


8 06 


4 58 


3 


20 


8 34 


5 10 


3 


62 


9 SS 


11 28 


1 


26 


4 32 


8 50 


2 


55 


4 76 


8 39 


4 


00 


5 70 


10 00 


6 


20 


11 32 


11 00 


8 


25 


12 68 


11 15 


3 


43 


13 00 


11 45 


2 


95 


13 50 


14 27 


4 


86 


16 00 



218 



CIRCUITS, STATIONS AND MISSIONS. 



• GRENVILLE. 

A village on the north shore of the Ottawa River, at the head of the Ottawa Canal, in the township 
and County of Argenteuil, Quebec. It was formerly part of St. Andrew's Circuit and Lochabar 
Mission. Distant from Montreal 60 miles. 



Year 



Names of Ministers. 



1854 James Roy .... 

55 James Roy 

56 James Morris 

57 James Morris 

58 James Morris 

59 John V Wilson 

60 Robert Graham .... 

61 Robert Graham. . 

62 Joseph Hill 

63 Joseph Hill ... . . . . 

64 George H. Kenney. 

65 George H. Kenney 

66 United with Lachute .... 

67 Jabez B. Keough. . . 

68 Jabez B. Keough 

69 Jabez B. Keough 

70 {James Newbatt) . . , 

71 {James Newbatt) 

72 John Corbett 

73 John Corbett ... 

74 See Montreal Conference . . . 



No. of 


Conting. 


Educa. 


Members. 


Fund. 


Fund. 


40 


... 




67 






65 


$i 50 




69 






67 






47 


60 


$6 50 


48 


1 75 


50 


49 


1 50 


75 


64 


1 72 


1 00 


64 


1 79 


1 00 


65 


2 55 


1 01 


56 


1 76 


78 


79 


2 18 


1 50 


68 


2 22 


2 28 


64 


2 77 


1 44 


71 


5 30 




60 


6 28 




56 


6 30 


i 25 


58 


6 50 


2 35 



Sup. M. 
Fund. 



$4 
5 
4 
2 
3 
3 
1 
5 
1 
4 

2 
2 
2 
3 
3 
3 
4 



82 
00 
00 
90 
00 
00 
97 
15 
60 
59 

07 
20 
63 
00 
03 
24 
00 



GREY. 
A township in the County of Huron, Ontario. The Mission included the townships of Grey, Elma, 

Wallace and Howick. 

1854 John Armstrong.. . ..... ... . ... . . I .. ... 

55 James E. Dyer ... . 84 1 60 1 00 

56 Mission divided. See Howick, Elma and Wallace . . 86 4 20 [ 3 35 4 50 

GRIMSBY. 

A village and township in the County of Lincoln, Ontario. The Circuit was formerly called Canboro' 

— which see. Distant from Hamilton 16 miles, from St. Catharines 17 miles. 



1836 Richard Phelps, William Steer 

37 Samuel Belton, John Law. ... 

38 Samuel Belton, James Spencer.. . 

39 James Musgrove, George R. Sanderson . 

41 George Poole, Charles W M. Gilbert .. . 

42 George Poole, William Ames 

43 George Poole, Joseph Sheply. . . 

44 Matthew Whiting, Reuben E. Tupper . . 

45 Matthew Whiting, Reuben E: Tupper. . 

46 Matthew Whiting, Thomas Demorest. . . 

47 Sylvester Hurlburt, W ellington Jeffers . . 

48 Hamilton Biggar, Joseph Hill. . . . 

49 Hamilton Biggar, Isaac Barber 

50 Alexander T. Green, Noble Armstrong., 

51 Alexander T. Green, William S. Griffin. . 

52 William Haw, Joel Briggs 

53 William Haw, James Harris. .'. . 

54 Simon Huntingdon, William Richardson 

55 Simon Huntingdon, Thomas Cobb , 

56 John English, Richard J. Forman 

57 John English, Christopher Hamilton . 

58 Michael Fawcett, Thomas S. Keough.. . . 

59 Michael Fawcett, Thomas S. Keough . . . 

60 Michael Fawcett, Shem Blanshard 

61 John Shaw, James Whiting 



247 






253 


11 22 


.... 


258 


11 00 




308 


11 00 




306 


15 12 




308 


8 16 




358 


12 00 




460 


9 00 




438 


12 92 




440 


20 00 




432 


20 00 




447 






431 


23 12 




395 


27 61 




467 


36 05 




497 


29 37 




376 


29 11 




380 


30 05 




*386 


22 50 




358 


38 93 


16 45 


+ 362 


33 98 


13 02 


209 


11 87 


8 48 


234 


11 40 


4 80 


450 


17 00 


6 00 


376 


18 00 


7 50 


356 


17 50 


8 00 



21 12 
16 25 

13 75 
10 70 

14 70 

16 07 
16 35 
8 75 
13 95 
16 05 
12 00 

19 76 

20 78 
24 40 
27 00 

22 25 

23 50 
23 50 

23 60 

24 95 
10 87 
16 00 
32 00 
47 00 
53 00 



* Stonev Creek set off. 



+ Smithville set off. and Stonev Creek atrain united. 



WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



219 



Year 


Names of Ministers. 


No. of 
Members. 


Conting. 
Fund. 


Educa. 
Fund. 


Sup. M. 
Fund. 


1862 John Shaw, William F. Campbell 


280 


$17 69 


$9 25 


$41 50 


63 John Shaw, Henry Beeson 


268 


17 07 


4 81 


45 00 


64 J. Herbert Starr, John B. Keagey, B.A. .. ... 


265 


14 87 


5 81 


18 18 


65 J. Herbert Starr, John B. Keagey, B.A.. . ... . 


285 


19 01 


9 33 


37 50 


fifi Tobn Wakefield $ W. C. Washington, B.A. , ) 

bt> Jonn Wakefield, | Nathaniel Smith) ^ • • . • 


290 


12 55 


9 44 


48 50 


67 John Wakefield, George Rogers . .... 


240 


19 50 


4 00 


40 00 


68 John S. Clarke, Joseph Locke 


294 


24 68 


8 00 


68 73 


69 John S. Clarke, Benjamin B. Keefer. . 


344 


26 '48 


14 80 


70 00 


70 John S. Clarke, Walter Rigsby. ... .... 


*288 


20 43 


9 54 


65 20 




288 


20 64 


13 00 


70 19 


72 Charles Silvester, John W. Dochstader 


260 


20 83 


12 95 


72 46 


73 John Mills, Charles W Hawkins, B.A 


254 


20 64 


13 06 


65 97 




260 


21 00 


9 50 


66 12 


GUELPH. 










The County town of the County of Wellington, Ontario 


It is situate on the River Speed, in the 


township of Guelph. Distant from Toronto 47 


miles, from Hamilton 30 miles. 




1836 Samwil Fear 










37 Samuel Far .... 


32 








38 Benjamin Nankeville 


122 










97 






. . 




150 








41 Ezra Adams, Edmund Stoney 


60 








42 Stephen Brownell 


99 








43 Stephen Brownell : 


126 


2 60 




2 00 


44 Stephen Brownell 


145 


3 57 




2 06 


45 Thomas Cosford, John Goodfellow 


140 


5 00 




6 00 


46 Thomas Cosford . ... ... 


155 


8 75 




9 10 


47 John Bredin, John Hunt 


189 


10 00 




11 00 


48 John Bredin, Charles Fish 


203 


5 00 




7 62 


49 James Spencer, Charles Fish 


226 


11 00 




10 32 




291 


12 92 




25 90 


51 
52 


George Goodson . . 


f274 
137 


15 09 
12 60 




22 50 




14 00 


53 Lewis Warner 


140 


13 26 




16 00 


Ki T -tit \ Richard Clarke, ) 

54 Lewis Warner, j Jameg E Dyer ; j .... 

55 Lewis Warner, Andrew Edwards 


150 


21 04 




24 50 


261 


31 78 


22 40 


26 67 


56 Robert Cooney, M.A. , Isaac Barber 


J 265 




22 50 


38 60 


57 Robert Cooney, D.D., John Jackson 


191 


15 85 


2 50 


21 27 


58 John Douse 


309 


12 00 


4 50 


14 46 


59 John Douse ... 


209 


17 98 


7 60 


13 40 


60 John Douse. . . .... 


192 


20 80 


7 00 


18 25 




215 


12 05 


5 60 


20 83 


62 James Brock. . . 


220 


21 11 


10 40 


30 00 


63 James Brock 


220 


21 35 


12 85 


30 00 


64 John Carroll .... . . . . 


220 


29 95 


12 43 


30 00 


65 John Carroll 


320 


23 37 


12 65 


31 85 


66 John Carroll ... 


299 


24 81 


16 65 


40 25 


67 William S. Griffin ... 


250 


28 89 


13 62 


35 25 


68 William S. Griffin 


267 


32 11 


15 50 


44 22 


69 William S. Griffin 


270 


26 35 


22 00 


36 35 


70 Ephraim 15. Harper, JM.A. . . 


250 


29 71 


20 60 


41 00 


71 Ephraim B. Harper, M.A. . .. 


227 


43 25 


26 67 


44 26 


72 Ephraim B. Harper, M.A. . . 


227 


47 15 


26 80 


51 46 


73 Isaac B. Howard 


330 


49 37 


21 91 


72 22 


74 


See London Conference . . ...... 


445 


62 28 


27 30 


73 38 



GULL RIVER. 
A small village on Gull River, in the township of Anson, County of Victoria, Ontario. 

1859 James W. Sloane. . 

60 George H. Kenney 

61 George H. Kenney . . 

62 Now called Minden- 



-which see 



82 
86 
87 



1 41 



81 



3 43 



* Beamaville set off. 



t Elora set off. 



X Rockwood set off. 



220 



CIRCUITS, STATIONS AND MISSIONS. 



h: 



HALLOWELL. 

A village and township in Prince Edward County, Ontario. 

Circuit. 



It was formerly part of Smith's Creek 



Year Names of Ministers. # 


No. of 


Conting. 


Educa. 


Sup. M. 


Members 


Fund. 


Fund. 


Fund. 


1817 Wyatt Chamberlain, Ezra Adams 










18 Thomas Madden, John Tuke .... 


472 








.... 


19 Thomas Madden, Franklin Metcalf 


536 




, 






20 James Wilson, Franklin Metcalf 


405 










21 Samuel Belton, James Wilson 


490 




• • • 






22 Calvin N. Flint, Joseph Castle . ...... 


499 











23 Philander Smith, David Wright, . 


539 












519 ' 






. , 


.... 


25 Franklin Metcalf, Anson Green ... ... 


462 












470 










27 Wyatt Chamberlain, John C. Davidson 


679 










28 George Ferguson 


838 






. . 




29 George Ferguson, Hamilton Biggar 


719 






. ■ in ■ 


. • • 


30 Rowley Heyland, Thomas Bevitt ... 


909 










31 Daniel McMullen, Thomas Bevitt . \ . . .... . ....,, . 


660 










32 R. Heyland, A. McNab, J. Baxter, J. Currie . 


789 




• • • 


.-: . 




33 Rowley Heyland, Edmund Shepherd . 


813 




. 7 . . 


$24 00 


34 Richard Jones, George Poole, Alexander McNab . . 


590 






25 30 


35 Richard Jones, George Poole ... 


575 






20 00 


36 John C. Davidson, William Haw .... 


648 




.... 


30 00 




581 


$19 14 




19 09 


38 John Black, John G. Manly „/.,.. 


587 


J7 88 




14 42 


39 John Black, John G. Manly . . . . 


595 


24 50 




15 25 


40 Lewis Warner William Philp 


533 


14 50 


... a 


15 50 


41 Richard Jones, Lewis Warner. ... . . .... 


666 


17 63 


.... 


21 34 


42 Richard Jones, Samuel P. LaDow .... 


683 


17 09 





18 08 


43 Richard Jones, Isaac B. Aylesworth, M.D 


907 


18 00 




18 50 


44 Conrad Vandusen, Isaac B. Aylesworth, M. D 


871 


20 90 




22 00 


45 Conrad Vandusen, David B. Madden 


*749 


21 05 




22 25 


46 Asahel Hurlburt, John A. Williams 


514- 
540 


16 08 
10 98 




21 00 


47 Asahel Hurlburt, Thomas Cleghorn 


19 75 


48 William McCullough, Thomas Cleghorn 


452 


14 03 




14 37 


49 William McCullough, William Coleman 


470 


20 00 




26 50 


60 Name of Circuit now changed to Picton 


690 


21 00 




32 00 



HALL'S BRIDGE. 
A village in the township of Harvey, County of Peterboro', Ontario. Distant from Lakefield 12 miles. 

It was formerly Burleigh Road Mission. 



1868 Cornelius A. Jones, David Winter 

69 James W. Sloane 

70 David Hardie 

71 David Hardie 

72 John Hodgson 

73 William Craig 

74 See Toronto Conference 





100 


7 40 


$3 50 




+ 123 


8 00 


4 00 




87 


1 95 


94 




42 


2 13 


1 10 




42 


1 03 


£4 




20 


1 33 


61 




64 




1 10 



00 
00 
07 
33 
35 
00 
75 



HAMILTON. 
A City beautifully situated on Burlington Bay, at the head of Lake Ontario, in the township of Barton, 

Ontario. Distant from Toronto 38 miles. It was formerly a part of the Ancaster Circuit. 

From 1835 until 1839 Ancaster was included in the Hamilton Circuit. In 1839 Ancaster with 

400 members was set off; this, however, only continued for one year, as in 1839 we again find the 

whole included in Hamilton Circuit. 
1835 William Ryerson, Edmund Shepherd, Samuel Rose. 

36 William Ryerson, Joseph Messmore, Samuel Rose. . 

37 Richard Jones, Alex. McNab, Wellington Jeffers . . 



596 
566 

514 


5423 




47 31 
56 25 
24 85 


+ f!Vm 


rtrlnn aof nf 







* llom/wacif Trillo aat- r\ff 



WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



221 



Year 



Names of Ministers. 



40 



1838 John C. Davidson 

39 John C. Davidson, Peter Ker, William Coleman . . . 
J. G. Manly, Hugh Montgomery, J. Wilkinson, 
Alexander McNab, George R. Sanderson, 

41 Alex. McNab, Samuel C. Philp, Isaac B. Howard 

42 James Musgrove, William Philp, William Price . 

43 Anson Green, Lachlan Taylor ... 

44 Lewis Warner, Isaac B. Howard 

45 Lewis Warner, Noble F. English ... 

46 William Pollard, Thomas Rattray 

47 John Douse, Thomas Rattray .... 

48 Henry Wilkinson, George Young 

49 Henry Wilkinson, George Young 

50 Henry Wilkinson 

51 John Carroll, Richard Clarke 

52 John Carroll, John Bredin . 

53 John Carroll, John Bredin 

54 James Elliott, William Haw, G. N. A. F. T. Dickson 

55 James Elliott, Ephraim B Harper, Jonathan E. Letts 

56 James Elliott, Ephraim B. Harper, Charles Lavell . . 

57 Samuel D. Rice, Ephraim B. Harper, Charles Lavell. 

ci i t% t>- <n t n ( "W- s - Blackstock. 

Samuel D. Rice, Ohas. Lavell, j R Fowler> MD 

Samuel D. Pice, John G. Laird, Alex. Langford 

George Douglas, Richard Whiting, Henry Beeson . 

61 George Douglas, Richard Whiting, Wm. W Ross. 

62 G. Douglas, S. D. Rice, J. A. Gordon, Geo. Burson . 

63 James Elliott, S. D. Rice, J. A. Gordon, G. Burson 

E. B. Harper, M.A., A. Sutherland, W. Briggs 

E. B. Harper, M.A., A. Sutherland, N. Burwash,B.A 
Ephraim B. Harper, M.A., Alexander Sutherland, 

N. Burwash, B. A., Ebenezer Robson 

67 Circuit divided — see below 



58 

59 
60 



64 

65 
66 



No. of 


Conting. 


Educa. 


Sup. M. 


Members. 


Fund. 


Fund. 


Fund. 


500 


$53 43 




$41 00 


135 


21 00 




16 78 


648 


49 23 




49 43 


557 


50 00 




50 00 


578 


52 35 




41 00 


* 802 


58 14 




57 00 


438 


42 19 




29 05 


383 


42 50 




32 00 


336 


29 21 




32 76 


375 


32 94 




36 00 


435 


35 76 




20 00 


478 


36 00 




27 25 


t500 


42 25 




35 75 


274 


29 95 




30 50 


281 


35 70 




60 00 


478 


44 87 




87 60 


555 


60 98 




114 30 


575 


81 95 


.$37 92 


116 50 


550 


113 72 


67 57 


240 80 


523 


87 23 


52 00 


196 00 


808 


93 37 


70 15 


191 55 


673 


78 88 


40 94 


161 27 


620 


68 11 


28 42 


187 03 


524 


69 19 


40 81 


166 00 


584 


63 95 


34 29 


220 77 


725 


77 44 


46 65 


210 00 


667 


89 57 


40 02 


203 85 


600 


90 67 


45 21 


244 00 


590 


83 62 


53 53 


277 65 


693 


120 70 


55 77 


280 00 



I. HAMILTON— CENTENARY CHURCH 

1867 John Potts 

68 John Potts, George H. Bridgman, M.A. 

69 John Potts, Joseph M. Hagar, B.A 

70 William J. Hunter, James Hannon 

71 William J. Hunter, James Hannon 

72 William J. Hunter, Manly Benson 

73 Hugh Johnston, M.A., Manly. Benson .. 

74 See London Conference 



361 

445 
465 
505 
506 
475 
469 



62 78 

97 79 

108 71 

114 79 

116 74 

117 66 
122 36 



24 56 

85 10 

107 00 

168 29 

155 00 

56 55 

73 00 



183 95 
221 50 
224 40 
228 00 
234 00 
269 00 
301 00 



II. HAMILTON— WESLEY CHURCH. 

1867 James Elliott, Thomas Derrick 

68 Ephraim Evans, D.D 

69 Ephraim Evans, D.D 

70 William H. Poole 

71 William H. Poole, Richard W. Padgham 

72 William H. Poole 

73 William Stephenson, Coverdale Watson 

74 See London Conference 



259 
245 
222 
288 
306 
365 
371 



41 00 

27 37 

36 50 

37 25 
31 74 
34 50 
56 50 



III. HAMILTON— FIRST METHODIST CHURCH. 



1867 
68 
69 
70 
71 



Egerton R. Young. 

James Kines 

William W. Ross 
William Galbraith . . . 
, . William Galbraith 

72 Andrew Cunningham.. . 

73 W. Wellington Carson . 

74 See London Conference. 



158 
154 
134 
145 
150 
182 
190 



_ 
16 


77 


18 


50 


20 17 


23 


37 


28 


14 


26 


40 


28 50 



21 83 
20 88 
13 90 

23 00 

24 00 
20 00 
23 40 



9 00 
10 00 
13 10 
17 50 
15 80 

13 35 

14 10 



98 47 

70 35 
60 60 
63 00 
65 00 

71 00 
79 00 



27 00 
37 00 
43 77 

28 87 
33 00 
37 50 
20 00 



Dundas set off. 



t Glanford set of. 



222 



CIRCUITS, STATIONS AND MISSIONS. 



HANOVER. 

A village on the line of the townships of Bentinck and Brant, in the Counties of Grey and Bruce, 
Ontario. Distant from Elora, Kincardine, and Owen Sound, each 38 miles. 



Year 



Names of Ministers. 



1857 George Jacques. ......... 

58 George Jacques . 

59 George Jacques. 

60 John Hutchinson. 

61 John Hutchinson. .. .. . . • 

62 John Hutchinson. 

63 William Cross 

64 William Cross . . ... 

65 Colman Bristol, B.A. 

66 Colman Bristol, B.A. , ' . . 

67 Colman Bristol, B.A 

68 William Irwin ... 

69 William Irwin, John R. Isaac 

70 Henry S. Matthews, Thomas R. Reid . . — 

71 Henry S. Matthews, Thomas R. Reid ... . . . 

72 Henry S. Matthews . . ... . . . 7 

73 Charles E. Perry ... 

74 See Toronto Conference .... 

HARMONY. 
A small village in the township of South Easthope, County of Perth, Ontario, 
ford 8£ miles. It was formerly part of Stratford Circuit. 
1869 Ezekiel Richardson 

70 JohnS. Fisher .. 

71 John S. Fisher 

72 JohnS. Fisher.. .. 

73 Daniel W. Thompson 

74 See London Conference 



No. of 


Conting. 


Educa. 


Members. 


Fund. 


Fund. 


'46 


$2 94 


$i '66 


44 


1 95 




. 60 


2 00 


i 66 


66 


2 56 


2 00 


84 


5 16 


2 12 


98 


3 01 


2 00 


110 


2 98 


2 05 


120 


3 00 


2 10 


135 


8 65 


2 87 


135 


6 68 


1 00 


150 


7 36 


2 04 


150 


4 00 


2 00 


160 


4 00 


3 00 


180 


5 00 


5 00 


220 


7 75 


6 25 


150 


6 50 


3 20 


155 


6 75 


3 45 



Sup. M. 
Fund. 



$4 00 
2 50 

2 58 

5 00 

3 00 
3 00 

3 25 

4 25 

6 28 
4 40 
8 08 
8 00 
8 00 

12 00 
14 00 

10 75 

11 80 



Distant from Strat- 



84 


9 54 


5 94 


87 


12 07 


8 00 


127 


14 40 


6 00 


117 


14 51 


6 04 


109 


24 42 


9 83 



HARRINGTON. 
A village and township on the Ottawa River, in the County of Argenteuil, Quebec. 

called Arundel Mission. Distant from Montreal 70 miles. 
1864 Robert Bell. ... 

65 Daniel Connolly ........ . . 

66 Daniel Connolly . . 

67 Included in Grenville Mission . 



16 40 

17 50 

23 00 

24 00 
41 50 



It was formerly 



18 
40 







42 


2 00 


1 50 


44 


2 10 


1 55 



1 15 

4 75 

5 00 



HARRISTON. 
A Town in the township of Minto, County of Wellington, Ontario. 

Teviotdale Mission. 
1872 Francis C. Reynolds . . 

73 Francis C. Reynolds 

74 See London Conference ... 



It was formerly included in 



136 


4 23 


1 46 


1 23 


165 


5 59 


3 10 


9 40 


172 


6 80 


5 20 


15 25 



HARROWSMITH. 
A village in the township of Portland, County of Frontenac, Ontario. It 
boro' Mission. Distant from Kingston 16 miles. 
1858 William Burns 

59 United with Wilton Circuit 

60 John C. Ash 

61 John C. Ash 

62 John C. Ash ... 

63 Shem Blanshard 

64 William H. Peake 

65 William H. Peake. 

66 John Holmes, Wm. Watson Edwards 

67 John Holmes 

68 William W. Miller.. .' 

69 William W. Miller.. . 

70 William W Miller 

71 William Shannon .... 

72 William Short 

73 William Short... ... 

74 See Montreal Conference 



was formerly called Lough- 



3 12 

275 

4 00 

4 00 

5 00 
3 75 
8 20 

8 00 

9 00 
9 60 
9 51 
9 73 

10 12 
13 39 
21 00 



'in 


5*05 


i 62 


i47 


3 00 


i io 


155 


3 00 


1 50 


200 


3 25 


1 00 


183 


5 16 


1 43 


134 


4 64 


1 38 


113 


4 01 


1 73 


147 


4 20 


1 55 


152 


4 40 


1 67 


127 


2 88 


2 27 


120 


3 07 


3 22 


120 


3 67 


4 40 


120 


2 91 


4 63 


150 


3 83 


3 21 


140 


6 70 


3 40 



WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



223 



HASTINGS. 

A village on the River Trent, in the township of Asphodel, County of Peterboro', Ontario. It was 
formerly part of Norwood Circuit, and Percy Mission. Distant from Norwood 6 miles, from 
Peterboro' 26 miles. 



Year! 



Names of Ministers. 



1863 Daniel A. Perrin, B.A 

64 Daniel A. Perrin, B.A 

Seymour now united with it one year. 

65 Robert Mark, Isaac Weldon . . 

66 William Short 

67 William Short.. .. .... 

68 William Short 

69 Robert Godfrey 

70 Robert Godfrey 

71 Robert Godfrey 

72 Robert Robinson 

73 Robert Robinson.. 

74 See Toronto Conference. . .... 



No. of 
Members. 



75 

182 

*86 

83 

84 

82 

80 

136 

111 

106 



Conting. 
Fund. 



$2 50 



50 
02 
28 
40 
41 
46 
50 
56 



6 50 

7 10 



Educa. 
Fund. 



00 
97 
44 
50 
50 
83 
50 
72 
75 
00 



Sup. M. 
Fund. 



00 $3 00 



2 10 

6 79 

13 04 

14 56 
14 80 

14 82 

15 00 

14 50 

15 00 
15 00 



HASTINGS ROAD. 

So called from a leading road in the County of Hastings, Ontario. In 1863 the Mission had appoint- 
ments in eight townships. Its head is Bannockburn, in the township of Madoc. 



1861 Richard Potter 

62 James W. Sloane 

63 James W. Sloane 

64 James W. Sloane 

65 Robert Godfrey 

66 Now called Bannockburn . 



50 
63 
73 
73 
64 



7 00 
7 10 
4 68 
4 71 
4 02 



1 59 

2 30 

3 38 

2 86 
2 18 



5 00 
5 20 
10 75 
3 10 
3 15 



HATLEY. 



A village and township in the County of Stanstead, Quebec. 



1836 
37 
38 
39 
40 
to 
54 
55 
56 
57 
58 
59 
60 
61 
62 
63 
64 
65 
66 
67 



69 
60 
71 
72 
73 
74 



Edmund Botterell .... 

Edmund Botterell, Edmund S. Ingalls 

Included in Compton Mission. 

John Davies ... 

John Davies .... 

John Walton .... 

John Walton 

John Walton. . ... .... 

Joseph Forsyth 

William Scales .... 



United with Compton Circuit. 
William W. Ross. 

William W. Ross. 

John Tomkins 

John Tomkins . . . 

John Tomkins, Benjamin Longley 

Cassville united. 
William H. Rowsom, Benjamin Longley 
William H. Rowsom. Isaac Wilkinson. 

William H. Rowsom, B.A 

John W. Clipsham 

John W Clipsham 

See Montreal Conference 



50 
365 
409 
181 



63 

78 
70 

75 
78 
40 
17 



55 
51 
28 
36 

66 
99 
+ 107 
46 
75 
94 



95 
18 
25 
00 

75 



55 
2 15 



2 16 

2 25 

2 10 
1 60 

8 OO 



57 
26 
61 



1 43 

2 00 

1 50 
1 06 

6 90 

1 86 

2 40 
1 29 



70 
63 
17 
23 
60 
75 



43 
45 

66 
00 
0C 
00 



2 65 

6 53 

5 00 

5 83 

14 44 

15 85 
14 65 



92 
30 
41 



' Campbellford set off. 



t Cassville set off. 



224 



CIRCUITS, STATIONS AND MISSIONS. 



HAVELOCK. 
A village in the township of Belmont, County of Peterboro'. Ontario. 

Norwood Circuit. 



It was formerly part of tl 



Yeart 



Names of Ministers. 



1863 Edward Morrow, M.A.. 

64 David Hardie 

65 David Hardie 

66 David Hardie . 

67 William Halstead 

68 William Halstead ... 

69 William Halstead . . . 

70 (Thomas E. Madden). . 

71 Thomas W Glover 

72 See Blairton 



HEMMINGFORD. 



No. of 


Conting. 


Educa. 


Members. 


Fund. 


Fund. 


65 


li'n 


$0 50 


77 


78 


60 


78 






78 


2 50 


1 31 


86 


2 50 


2 30 


94 


2 70 


5 00 


95 


2 75 


5 50 


115 


4 08 


1 64 


124 


3 00 


2 00 



Sup M 
Fund. 



$3 45 
2 35 



3 76 

4 50 

4 67 

5 00 

4 00 

5 50 



A village and township in the County of Huntingdon, Quebec. Distant from Montreal 38 miles, an 

from the Province Line 3 miles. 

1855 Richard Clarke ...- ... 

56 Samuel E. Maudsley ... ... 66 6 47 2 40 2 25 

57 Samuel E. Maudsley ... 76 9 95 3 27 3 00 

58 William Bryers 119 8 78 3 78 6 00 

59 William Bryers .... . . . 133 9 42 3 00 8 00 

60 Henry F. Bland .... 141 9 51 4 00 10 33 

61 Henry F. Bland. .... .. . 161 9 80 4 28 10 40 

62 Henry F. Bland 161 9 84 4 30 10 50 

63 William C. Henderson, B. A... 166 10 00 4 40 1110 

64 William C. Henderson, B.A... ... 177 9 81 4 80 14 86 

65 William C. Henderson, B. A.. 168 8 03 3 41 15 93 

66 James A. Gordon ... 170 10 68 5 91 16 33 

67 James A. Gordon .... 155 13 13 6 05 17 30 

68 James A. Gordon ... . . 136 15 00 7 47 17 00 

69 William I. Shaw, B.A., LL.B. .. .124 1117 6 70 15 00 

70 William I. Shaw, M.A., LL.B. . . .120 9 51 6 47 21 85 

71 William I. Shaw, M.A., LL.B .115 12 00 8 62 27 42 

72 John Scanlon . . . 116 8 20 4 09 28 00 

73 ohn Scanlon. . ...,:,... 110 8 50 3 47 2150 

74 See Montreal Conference 115 7 00 3 50 26 00 



HILLSDALE. 

A village in the township of Medonte, County of Simcoe, Ontario. Distant from Barrie 17 miles 

It was formerly Craighurst and Penetanguishene Missions. 



1871 Peter Ker J ^aighurst. 

( renetangmshene. 

72 Peter Ker, Thomas R. Fydell . . . . . . . 

73 James Macfarlane, Charles Langford .... 

74 See Toronto Conference.. . . . . 



100 


2 80 


3 10 


* 115 


6 67 


5 50 


219 


10 00 


9 00 


198 


9 67 


2 15 


203 


12 50 


5 60 



5 00 

6 00 
18 60 
18 60 
26 64 



6 25 



HOLLAND LANDING. 
A village on the Holland River, in the township of East Gwillimbury, County of York, Ontario. 

Distant from Toronto 38 miles. 
1854 Andrew Edwards . . 

55 George Cochran " ... 

Snake Island united with it. 

56 George T. Richardson . . 

57 George T. Richardson 

58 Thomas Hanna ... 

59 Thomas Hanna 

60 Thomas Hanna, Isaac Baker ... . . 

61 Abraham Dayman, David Jennings 

62 Alexander Drennan, James Laird ... 

63 Alexander Drennan, Nelson Burns, B.A. . . 

64 Alexander Drennan, Richard Large 

65 William J. Hewitt, Joseph Locke . 

66 Now called Sharon and Mount Albert 



ie-i 


6 27 


2 93 


139 


11 53 


6 41 


120 


7 21 


3 06 


112 


4 01 


3 08 


130 


8 01 


3 47 


145 


8 27 


3 26 


192 


7 42 


2 53 


171 


8 00 


3 25 


204 


6 85 


7 37 


162 


4 33 


4 56 


160 


3 48 


5 21 


179 


9 61 


5 25 



8 
3 
5 
7 
11 
10 
7 
7 



9 03. 

9 05 
03 
93 



00 
00 
73 
08 
28 



14 00 



nKnve miron +Y\ VdOTlTO MioaiAtt 



WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



225 



HOLLAND and SULLIVAN. 
Two townships in the County of Grey, Ontario. It was formerly part of the Owen Sound Mission. 



Year 



Names of Ministers. 



No. of 


Conting. 


Eduea. 


Members. 


Fund. 


Fund. 


83 


$1 80 


$i 20 


72 


1 69 


1 50 


71 


1 68 


1 72 


77 


1 82 


1 10 


71 


1 50 


81 


78 


2 04 


2 04 



Sup. M. 
Fund. 



$3 75 
3 00 
1 52 
1 63 

1 82 

2 78 



It was formerly part of Clinton 



4 12 

5 98 



2 00 

3 18 



15 60 
18 00 



1860 George Jacques . . 

61 George Jacques 

62 William Norton 

63 William Norton 

64 William Norton 

65 John Neelands . . ... 

66 Now called Chatsworth Mission 

HOLMESVILLE. 

A village in the township of Goderich, County of Huron, Ontario. 

Circuit. 
1872 William E. Smith .. 

73 Charles E. Stafford .... 118 

74 See London Conference 130 

HORNING'S MILLS. 

A village in the township of Melancthon, County of Grey, Ontario. It was formerly part of the 

Artemesia Mission. Distant from Owen Sound 50 miles, from Toronto 62 miles. 

1863 William J. Hewitt . i 

64 William J. Hewitt 44 | 3 

-65 William Norton .. 67 ■? 

66 William Norton . . . 63 

67 William Norton . . . 59 

68 Peter Addison 70 2 

69 Peter Addison . 91 4 

70 Peter Addison .... 92 | 7 

71 Thomas Culbert .. .. 113 ] 15 ^ 

72 Thomas Culbert * 114 , 8 20 

73 Thomas Culbert 115 8 25 

74 See Toronto Conference . . 135 8 50 



50 

50 
95 
00 

25 
16 

26 



14 
15 
37 

80 
00 
54 
34 
8 78 
4 53 

4 40 

5 00 



50 

00 
00 
28 
60 
80 
50 



9 86 
18 07 

IS 25 
25 00 



1836 James Ward 

37 John K. Williston 

38 Stephen Miles 

39 1 

to > United with Gosfield. 
43) 

44 Thomas Harmon . . 

45 Thomas Williams .... 

46 ... . 



HOWARD. 
A township in the County of Bothwell, Ontario. 



108 
151 

175 



157 
154 
139 



16 



00 

72 



63 

47 
55 



HOWICK. 



A township in the County of Huron, Ontario. 

1856 John A, Dowler ... 

57 John Hough .... 



It was formerly part of Grey Mission. 



58 



John Hough . 



59 Daniel Connolly . 

60 Thomas Hadwin, David Ryan 

61 Thomas Hadwin, John Neelands 

62 Thomas Hadwin, Thomas Cullen 

„„ ) „ , , .-, ( Samuel Alexander, 

63 j Edward Cragg, j Jameg R McCartney> 

64 Edward Cragg, Henry W- M axwell . . 

65 Edward Cragg, Charles A. Hanson. . . 

66 John W Savage, Alfred L. Russell . . . . 

67 John W. Savage, Edmund S. Jones.. 

„„ t , ,„ « \ Nelson Saunders, 

68 John W- Savage, j Wm T Tumer) 

69 Andrew Milliken, Daniel W Thompson 

70 Andrew Milliken, J. Cathcart 

71 Andrew Milliken, John McCarroll 

72 William Hawke, Samuel Sellery 

73 William Hawke, Robert Burns 

74 See London Conference. . . 

15 



93 
103 
156 
159 
186 
215 

316 

275 
282 
316 
388 



37 
05 
91 

75 
07 
00 



6 57 

5 75 
4 98 

6 28 
8 10 



390 


9 15 


340 


7 70 


284 


11 92 


324 


10 40 


354 


10 20 


306 


11 34 


309 


12 00 



1 00 

3 20 

3 25 
1 25 

1 30 

1 15 

1 29 

2 35 

4 50 

4 10 

5 00 

5 00 

6 80 
5 00 
5 42 
5 60 



4 43 

5 49 



1 65 
9 43 
86 



75 



10 

50 
25 
06 
00 

00 



8 40 
7 95 

9 00 
13 25 

16 00 

13 00 

15 87 

16 00 
12 00 
20 08 
26 00 



226 



CIRCUITS, STATIONS AND MISSIONS. 



HUDSON. 
A village in the township and County of Vaudreuil, Quebec. 



Year 



Names of Ministers. 



1870 Henry Shaler 

71 Aaron D. Miller 

72 Aaron D. Miller... ... 

73 David Kennedy, M.A., B.D 

74 See Montreal Conference. 



No. of 
Members. 



50 
38 
46 



Conting. 
Fund. 



$4 89 

4 85 

5 12 



Educa. 
Fund. 



11 94 

1 82 

2 35 



HULL. 



A village and township on the Ottawa Eiver, County of Ottawa, Quebec. 



1826 George Bissell . 
27' 
to 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 



William McFadden 
Vincent B. Howard . 



William McFadden.. . 
Thomas Harmon. 
Thomas Harmon. . . 

39 George Goodson 

40 John Mclntyre. ... 

41 George Beynon. ...... 

42 William H. Williams . 

43 Henry Shaler 

44 Henry Shaler ...,..„.-. 

45 Joseph Reynolds ....... 

46 Francis Coleman 

47 George Young. .. . 

48 James Elliott 

49 Name of Circuit changed to Aylmer. 



127 



70 

85 

83 

84 

92 

129 

122 

123 

120 

122 

116 

125 

101 

101 

72 

84 

66 



5 63 

4 23 

7 25 

2 66 

3 43 

5 67 

6 05 
5 05 
5 05 

10 87 
10 94 



Sup. M. 
Fund. 



15 10 
5 25 
7 00 



100 00 


5 50 


3 40 


10 66 


2 50 


3 00 


4 50 


i 66 


4 90 


6 91 


4 00 


4 00 


4 00 


4 02 



HULLSVILLE. 

A village in the township of Walpole, County of Haldimand, Ontario. It was formerly called Nanti- 
coke Circuit. Distant from Hamilton 26 miles. 



1862 Benjamin Clement. 

63* Joel Briggs, Benjamin Clement , 

64 Joel Briggs, James Matheson 

65 Joel Briggs, James Matheson 

66 William Bryers, John C. Willmott, B.A. 

67 William Bryers, John C. Willmott, fi.A... 

68 William Bryers, John C. Willmott, M.A. 

69 Thomas D. Pearson, Isaac B. Tallman 

70 Thomas D. Pearson, Isaac B. Tallman 

71 Thomas D. Pearson, Joseph Colling . 

72 Alexander R. Campbell ... 

73 Alexander R. Campbell. ... 

74 See London Conference 



343 
413 

339 
400 
425 
416 
450 
514 
474 
490 
'488 
240 
260 



23 00 

15 58 
17 81 

14 02 

15 30 
21 24 
23 02 
°4 30 
29 10 
26 62 
29 15 
17 00 

16 47 



7 00 I 


9 00 


9 40 


I 7 99 


S 50 


12 20 


8 35 


15 60 


16 00 


15 00 


15 00 


12 00 


10 00 



33 59 
6 75 

30 00 
14 00 

31 00 
40 50 
54 00 
60 00 
50 50 
45 20 
42 23 
30 00 

32 00 



HUMBER. 

So called from the name of the river which forms the boundary line between the townships of York 

and Etobicoke, York County, Ontario. 

1845 Charles W M. Gilbert 

46 Charles W. M. Gilbert, William Glass 152 

47 John Baxter, William S. Blackstock. 271 

48 Thomas Demorest, John Baxter .... ; . 347 

49 John Law, James C. Slater .-...., 357 

50 John Law, William Ames . . ..... 334 

51 Samuel C. Philp, William Richardson . 314 

52 Samuel C. Philp, William McDonagh. „ 400 

53 Samuel C. Philp, Henry Jones .... ... . . 471 



11 00 






14 55 


... 


22 29 






31 21 






24 00 






26 45 






31 01 






31 45 







7 30 
15 35 
10 00 
44 00 
26 87 
21 00 
23 05 
15 00 



Nanticoke set off. 



WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



227 



Year 



Names of Ministers 



1854 Robert Lochead, j Edw^rdA.Ward 1 • • • 

55 Robert Lochead, Edward A. Ward 

56 Robert Lochead, Ashton Fletcher 

57 Circuit divided. See Albion and Weston . 



No. of 
Members 



Conting. 
Fund. 



500 

545 
537 
532 



$37 50 

34 63 

34 82 

35 23 



Educa. 
Fund. 


Sup. M. 
Fund. 


$15 18 
15 23 
15 40 


$23 00 

29 50 

39 74 

40 07 



HUNGERFORD. 
So called from the name of a township in the County of Hastin. 

1849 Joseph Reynolds. 

50 Thomas Cleghorn . 

51 Thomas Cleghorn. 

52 {John D. Pugh) 

53 Luther Houghton 

54 Nelson Brown.. . . 

55 Michael Baxter . . . 

56 Michael Baxter 

57 Michael Baxter, Donald Sutherland 

58 William Coleman, William R. Mordcn . .... 

59 William Coleman, William J. Hewitt . ... 

60 William Coleman, Alexander Campbell (B). 

61 Robert Robinson, Edward Harris. 

62 Robert Robinson, Moses M. Johnson. . . 
*63 Robert Robinson, Egerton R. Young 

64 George Can - , John W. Wicher. 

65 George Carr, James Kines 

66 George Carr, Jacob Eli Howell, B.A. 

67 David Ryan, Jacob Eli Howell, B. A . . . 

68 David Ryan, William Ryan . 

69 David Ryan, John Ferguson. . 

70 See Moira and Tweed. . . . 



Ontario. 



93 


3 09 






1 91 


124 


4 42 






2 75 


138 


6 00 






3 50 


136 


6 61 






4 12 


153 


5 45 






3 05 


200 


6 96 






.4 47 


216 


5 43 





87 


4 86 


220 


4 85 


1 


23 


5 37 


230 


5 00 


1 


27 


6 00 


400 


6 50 


1 


75 


8 00 


329 


10 47 


3 


12 


10 00 


300 


10 35 


3 


22 


15 57 


354 


' 9 61 


4 


08 


21 00 


331 


; 10 05 


5 


10 


26 00 


359 


! 10 00 


5 


50 


24 00 


355 


10 05 


5 


75 


27 50 


345 


10 24 


3 


34 


22 85 


477 


! 15 14 


8 


44 


37 33 


419 


12 95 


7 


10 


41 88 


471 


1 14 26 


,•> 


84 


48 40 


456 


■ 15 27 


8 


50 


50 00 


480 


15 50 


8 


13 


50 00 



HUNTINGDON. 

The County Town of the County of Huntingdon, Quebec. It is situate in the township of Godman- 
chester, and is distant from Montreal 47 miles. It was formerly part of Russelltown Mission. 

1849 James Brock. ... .... 

50 James Brock 

51 James Brock. . 

52 George H. Davis 

53 George H. Davis.. 

54 Isaac Barber ... .... 

55 Isaac Barber, Edmund E. Sweet . .... 

56 Robert Brown 

57 Robert Brown .... 

58 John Kiernon . .... 

59 John Kiernon . . .... 

60 Edward A. W T ard 

61 Edward A. Ward. 

62 Edward A. Ward 

63 Edward B. Byckman, B.A 

64 Edward B. Ryckman, B.A 

65 Edward B. Ryckman, B.A 

66 Silas Huntingdon . 

67 Silas Huntingdon 

68 Thomas O. Williams 

69 Thomas G. Williams . . 

70 Thomas G. Williams, Thomas H. Patchell. 

71 George Rogers 

72 George Rogers, William J. Crothers 

73 George Rogers, William .1. Crothers 

74 See Montreal Conference ... 





.... 

280 






'.'." 






253 


9 


26 


•2 27 


4 25 




205 


12 


50 


6 00 


12 75 




203 


13 03 


7 00 


14 00 




232 


6 


07 


2 82 


12 19 




193 


/ 


93 


3 92 


4 43 




180 


4 


10 


3 11 


10 00 




171 


3 


47 


3 00 


6 06 




181 


6 


02 


3 25 


18 00 




175 


9 


00 


3 30 


12 00 




180 


10 


81 


4 35 


14 00 




159 


13 


72 


6 40 


18 50 




164 


12 


00 


5 00 


18 50 


J 1S7 


12 


00 


5 00 


18 50 


200 


11 


20 


00 


28 lo 


218 


18 


00 


9 00 


40 13 


204 


16 


00 


12 00 


46 00 


. ! 209 


18 


24 


11 00 


84 68 


235 


OO 


43 


12 00 


67 39 




238 


27 


10 


13 75 


70 00 



HINTLEY. 
A village and township in the County of Carleton, Ontario. It was formerly part of Richmond Circuit. 



Distant from Ottawa City 26 miles. 

90 



1854 Thomas McMullen 

55 Thomas McMullen 

56 Name of Mission now changed to Bell's Corners 



131 
117 



8 00 
6 00 



2 00 
6 00 



4 00 
4 00 



228 



CIRCUITS, STATIONS AND MISSIONS. 



HUNTSVILLE. 
A village in the township of Chaffey, Muskoka District, Ontario. Distant from Washago 50 miles. 



Year 


Names of Ministers. 


No. of 
Members. 


Conting. 
Fund. 


Educa. 
Fund. 


Sup. M. 
Fund. 


1873 Thomas Snowden ... 

74 See Toronto Conference 


40 
40 


$i is 


$i "66 


$1 30 



Gilbert. 
Gilbert. 



INGERSOLL. 

A Town situate on the River Thames, in the township of West Oxford, County of Oxford, Ontario. 
Distant from Woodstock 10 milos, from London 20 miles. 

1849 Joseph Sheply 

50 Joseph Sheply 

51 Charles W. M. 

52 Charles W M. 

53 Ozias Barber 

54 Ozias Barber, John Wakefield . . 

55 Ozias Barber, William Williams 

56 George Kennedy, James Morgan . . . 

57 George Kennedy, Timothy Edwards 

58 George Kennedy John N. Lake 

.„ T , , , \ Hall Christopherson 

59 Joseph Sheply, j Madison A ^ 

60 Joseph Sheply, William F. Campbell 

61 Joseph Sheply, William F Campbell 

62 Thomas Cleghorn, Ezra A. Stafford 

63 Thomas Cleghorn, George Sexsmith 

64 Lewis Warner, Reginald H. Starr, B.A. 

65 Lewis Warner, William E. Winans 

66 Lewis Warner, William H. Musgrove 

67 William W. Clarke, William H. Musgrove 

68 Edward H. Dewart 

69 John Learoyd . 

70 John Learoyd 

71 John Learoyd 

72 Charles Freshman, D.D 

73 Charles Freshman, D.D 

74 See London Conference 



• • • . 






151 


10 02 




171 


10 77 




203 


11 72 




222 


12 00 




222 


12 25 




248 


13 00 


' ■ ■ > . 


264 


16 00 


4 00 


193 


17 00 


4 00 


250 


12 00 


4 00 


230 


10 00 


4 00 


321 


20 14 


6 00 


309 


21 11 




407 


22 20 


6 26 


360 


22 50 


7 64 


340 


23 57 


7 81 


375 


24 05 


8 02 


400 


27 51 


10 79 


520 


28 21 


11 08 


*370 


28 82 


11 50 


172 


23 65 


17 00 


165 


17 20 


20 00 


167 


17 00 


10 00 


157 


18 15 


10 00 


268 


12 20 


11 91 


255 


15 04 


9 22 



15 07 


19 30 


18 53 


13 26 


13 50 


14 0> 


11 00 


14 00 


14 00 


12 00 


20 00 


32 10 


45 50 


46 00 


46 80 


44 29 


50 70 


58 00 


44 55 


27 75 


30 00 


30 39 


31 35 


32 50 


33 66 



INNISFIL. 
A village and township in the County of Simcoe, Ontario. 
1855 Thomas Stobbs. .. ., 

56 Thomas Stobbs 

57 Thomas Stobbs 

58 Erastus Hurlburt ..... , 

59 Erastus Hurlburt. 

60 Thomas D. Pearson 

61 Thomas D. Pearson 

62 Robert Graham . ... 

63 Alex. Langford 

64 Alex. Langford 

65 Alex. Langford, John Scanlon . . ... .... 

66 George Browne, Joseph Locke . . . . 

67 George Browne, James Woodsworth 

68 George Browne, Andrew Cunningham 

69 Kennedy Creighton, William Mills 

70 Joseph W. Holmes, Henry M. Manning 

71 Joseph W Holmes, James Mooney.. 

72 Joseph W. Holmes, John C. Stevenson 

73 Robert H. Smith, Thomas H. Patchell. ... ... 

74 S«je Toronto Conference .. . . 



It was formerly part of Barrie Mission. 



115 
122 
110 
180 
160 
113 
114 
123 
160 
170 
210 
235 
244 
270 
242 
241 
255 
243 
268 



20 00 
10 72 
8 65 
8 90 
8 00 
7 00 

7 20 

8 00 

9 64 
7 58 
9 00 

15 00 

16 00 
7 75 
9 00 

14 40 
16 29 

15 35 

16 48 



11 00 


7 00 


3 47 


3 50 


3 20 


2 50 


2 50 


3 00 


3 50 


2 11 


3 73 


15 30 


6 00 


17 70 


7 00 


10 25 


8 25 


8 50 


6 18 



16 71 
6 75 
5 18 
13 00 
13 10 
11 20 
8 00 
13 48 
18 00 
13 50 
22 65 
32 00 
45 00 
40 00 
26 00 
40 25 
36 32 
38 60 
36 85 



♦ Salford set off. 



WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



229 



INVERMAY. 
A village in the township of Arran, County of Bruce, Ontario. It was formerly called Arran Circuit. 



Year 



Names of Ministers. 



1865 William Irwin, Robert H. Waddell 

66 William Irwin, James McCartney. . . 

67 William Irwin, David Williams . . . 

68 Isaac Gold, James McCartney . . . 

69 Isaac Gold, John H. Robinson.. 

70 George M. Brown 

71 George M. Brown 

72 George M. Brown 

73 Josias Greene . 

74 See Toronto Conference .. 



No. of 
Members. 

265 
268 
289 
274 
278 
* 295 
247 
284 
289 
294 



Conting. 
Fund. 



3 

4 
5 
7 
5 
9 
9 
7 



66 

92 
30 
00 
29 
58 
21 
64 
44 



Eduoa. 
Fund. 



12 39 



58 
56 
00 
20 
43 
10 
00 
00 
85 
00 



Sup. M. 
Fund. 



$3 00 

9 72 

5 80 

10 00 

12 35 

10 30 

9 50 

12 41 

8 04 

52 23 



INVERNESS. 



A village in the township of Inverness, County of Megantic, Quebec. It was formerly called New 

Ireland Mission. 



1873 JohnG. Brick 

74 See Montreal Conference. 



122 
110 



5 50 
4 66 



2 70 
2 00 



11 68 
9 00 



ISLAND BROOK. 



It was formerly part of the 



A village in the township of Newport, County of Compton, Quebec. 

Sawyerville Mission. 

1872 John Hiscox 

73 Simon Crookshahks ... 

74 See Montreal Conference 

ISLE OF TANTI. 

An island on the north shore of Lake Ontario, County of Addington, Ontario. It is now called 

Amherst Isle. 



17 

22 


6 58 


6 29 


6 40 


30 


1 00 


75 


1 50 



1834 Jonathan Gladwin 

35 Jonathan Gladwin 

36 Wellington Jeffers (5 months) . 

37 Jonathan Gladwin 

38 1 

to > United with Waterloo Circuit 

41 ) 

42 Gilbert Miller 

43 United with Bath Circuit 



61 
55 
40 
25 



48 



2 00 



K 



KEENE. 

A village in the township of Otonabee, County of Peterboro', Ontario. Distant from Peterboro 

miles. 

1855 Henry McDoweU ... 

56 Henry McDowell 

57 Henry McDowell 

58 William Briden ... 

59 William Briden — .. •• •• 

60 William Briden • 

61 Robert Fowler, M.D., M.R.C.S.E 

62 Robert Fowler, M.D., M.R.C.S.E 

63 William L. Scott.. .. ... 

64 William L. Scott 

65 William L. Scott 

66 Samuel Wilson. 



IS 



105 
105 
101 
92 
115 
116 
114 
137 
156 
160 
201 



10 85 
9 48 
8 93 

12 15 
6 85 
6 50 
8 81 
6 79 
6 36 
5 36 
8 00 



2 00 


2 00 


4 34 


3 00 


3 10 


2 50 


3 44 


2 66 


2 95 


1 76 


3 00 



7 00 

7 00 
6 20 

8 25 

9 05 

8 50 

9 05 
9 69 

15 00 

9 38 

13 36 



' Port Elgin set off. 



230 



CIRCUITS, STATIONS AND MISSIONS. 



Year 



Names of Ministers. 



1867 Samuel Wilson.. 

68 Samuel Wilson . . . 

69 James Kines . 

. 70 James Kines . . . 

71 James Kines . .. . 

72 William R. Barker.. .. 

73 William R. Barker... . 

74 See Toronto Conference . 



No. of 


Conting. 


Educa. 


Members. 


Fund. 


Fund. 


186 


$8 75 


$3 61 


158 


8 78 


3 16 


142 


8 82 


6 50 


180 


11 20 


8 00 


182 


11 50 


11 00 


182 


13 60 


9 91 


166 


12 13 


9 00 


156 


12 84 


7 00 



Sup. M. 
Fund. 



$22 55 
21 00 
21 50 
42 25 
40 00 
40 00 
28 00 
30 00 



KEMPTV1LLE. 
A village in the township of Oxford, County of Grenville, Ontario. 

27 miles, from Prescott 23 miles. 
1840 William McCullougH .. . 

41 William McCullough 

42 Simon Huntingdon. . 

43 Simon Huntingdon.. 

44 Benjamin Nankeville. . 

45 James Elliott 

46 James Elliott .... 

47 James Elliott ... 

48 Asahel Hurlburt... 

49 Asahel Hurlburt 

50 George Beynon . . . 

51 Thomas Bevitt, Richard Wilson . 

52 Thomas Bevitt, John B. Armstrong. . . . 

53 Thomas Bevitt 

54 James Greener 

55 James Greener.. . . ...'. 

56 James Greener, James Masson 

57 David C. McDowell, Henry H. Perdue . 

58 David C. McDowell, Joseph Kilgour 

59 David C. McDowell, James A. Gordon . 

60 William Price, Samuel Wilson 

61 William Price, John Holmes 

62 George McRitchie, Thomas Walker . . 

63 George McRitchie, William Adams 

64 James Armstrong .... 

65 James Armstrong 

66 Richard M. Hammond 

67 Richard M. Hammond 

68 Robert H. Waddell 

69 Robert H. Waddell . . 

70 Robert H. Waddell .. . . 

71 Osborne Lambly, M. A. „ 

72 Osborne Lambly, M.A. 

73 Stephen Bond 

74 See Montreal Conference. 



Distant from Ottawa City 



279 


6 94 




343 


14 22 


,. 


367 


7 85 




361 


8 75 




370 


8 00 




347 


10 00 




351 


14 14 




327 


11 60 




315 


10 72 




280 


11 55 


■ ■ 


266 


6 35 




. v 240 


7 32 




246 


7 52 




255 


8 15 




350 


12 95 . 


2 35 


350 


11 60 


2 85 


378 


15 03 


5 22 


395 


15 50 


6 25 


399 


15 75 


6 48 


640 


16 10 


7 15 


640 


13 25 


8 20 


521 


12 00 


6 30 


448 


11 05 


4 34 


465 


10 80 


5 35 


163 


5 14 


2 00 


160 


5 00 


1 55 


147 


5 15 


1 16 


163 


5 50 


1 45 


169 


8 56 


6 24 


179 


10 23 


6 53 


179 


11 68 


8 75 


186 


13 27 


9 00 


165 


11 74 


8 62 


161 


16 25 


5 15 



1 40 


1 75 


8 75 


8 75 


11 00 


9 25 


9 50 


11 00 


12 90 


14 08 


1 75 


1 75 


3 00 


6 00 


7 00 


9 50 


12 25 


14 10 


14 50 


15 50 


'20 25 


22 00 


13 15 


15 05 


14 50 


12 50 


12 30 


12 61 


17 65 


17 30 


14 23 


14 47 


13 13 


19 00 



KENNEBEC. 
The name of a township in the County of Frontenac, Ontario 

Mission. 
1867 (George Briden) 

68 (John Clark '..... 

69 (John Clark) .. . 

70 Christopher L. Thompson 

71 William V. Sexsmith . . 

72 William V. Sexsmith 

73 James E. Werden . . 

74 See Montreal Conference .... 



It was formerly part of Tam worth 



50 

2 33 

3 00 

1 25 
1 64 



18 






30 






40 


• • • 




. • 36 


2 10 




61 


2 50 


1 66 


64 


2 00 


■ • • • 


52 


3 16 





KEPPEL. 
So called from the name of a township in the County of Grey, Ontario. It is situate on the Georgian 

Bay, and is distant from Owen Sound 10 miles. 
1863 Richard Large . . 

64 Josias Greene, George W. Rich . 52 1 50 i 00 2 62 

65 Josias Greene, James P Kidd 81 2 88 2 50 2 00 



South Mountain set off. 



WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



231 



Year 


Names of Ministers. 


No. of 


Conting. 


Educa. 


Sup. M. 






Members. 


Fund. 


Fund. 


Fund. 




96 


$3 00 


$2 65 


$4 74 


67 George M. Brown, John Saunders 


122 


5 50 


2 84 


6 79 


68 George M. Brown, William Rilance ... 


135 


6 33 


4 25 


8 10 


69 George M. Brown, Edward Charlton 


* 156 


3 89 


6 00 


5 84 


70 Thomas Williams, Alexander Thibadeau . . '. . . . 


123 


3 55 


4 56 


4 00 


71 Thomas Williams, John Hart 


115 


3 57 


5 75 


4 60 


72 Isaac Baker .... . . . . .... 


106 


3 76 


2 60 


3 25 


73 See Sarawak and Wiarton 


+ 90 


2 25 


1 75 


4 00 



KINCARDINE. 

A town and township on Lake Huron, in the County of Bruce, Ontario. 

35 miles. 



Distant from Goderich 



1851 Thomas Crews 

52 Thomas Crews 

53 Andrew A. Smith . .... 

54 William Creighton 

55 Samuel E. Maudsley 

. 56 Andrew Edwards, Henry Bawtinhimer. 

57 Andrew Edwards, Samuel C. Seeley 

58 Andrew Edwards, David Ryan .... 

59 James F. Latimer, George Jones 

60 James F. Latimer, George H. Comish 
"61 Daniel Connolly, William Cullen . . 

62 Daniel Connolly, Webster W Leach 

63 Daniel Connolly, Henry W Maxwell . . 

64 Orrin H. Ellsworth, Henry Kellam . 

65 Orrin H. Ellsworth, Henry W. P. Allen 



66 



( Orrin H. Ellsworth, 



Edmund S. Jones 



| George Leech, 

67 Luther 0. Rice, Alfred L. Russell. 

68 Luther 0. Rice, William E. Bottoms 

69 William Hayhurst, Nathaniel Smith 

70 William Hayhurst, William T. Turner. 

71 William Hayhurst, William T. Turner. 

72 George A. Mitchell, B A. 

73 George A. Mitchell, B.A . 

74 See London Conference 



40 

70 

85 

100 

102 

81 

93 

116 

181 

173 

205 

J 225 

225 

207 

222 

238 

264 
260 
391 
375 
'372 
§346 
175 
250 



48 
3 00 



12 

17 

65 

09 

20 

40 

6 69 

10 00 

10 00 



8 00 | 


12 00 ! 


16 63 


16 80 


15 30 


12 59 


13 27 


14 80 


15 00 


16 01 


14 43 



4 56 
1 90 

3 44 
6 60 

6 00 

5 00 

4 50 

7 06 

9 00 

8 31 
12 63 
14 03 
14 03 
10 45 

5 80 

6 80 



. 50 

3 50 
5 89 

4 00 
4 50 
4 62 
2 60 
2 78 

22 00 
26 00 

24 00 
18 50 

23 67 

35 00 

30 82 
29 15 
32 00 

28 45 

29 65 

31 22 
16 75 

25 77 



KINGSTON. 

A city at the head of the River St. Liwrence.on Lake Ontario, County of Frontenac, Ontario. This 
was the first Canadian Methodist Circuit, it extended west to Napanee and Prince Edward County, 
and included in its bounds six townships. See Playter's " History of Methodism." 

1791 William Losee ... • 

The name of the Circuit was now changed, and 
called Cataraqui, from the name of a small 
stream which runs through the township of 
Kingston. 
92 Darius Dunham . 



94 
95 



, No record owing to the war 

The part of the Circuit around the Bay of Quinte 
having the largest number of members, is now 
made the head of the Circuit, and from 1795 to 
1821, Kingston is included in the Bay Quinte 
Circuit. 

1822 Philander Smith. . . 

23) JohnHick ... 

to > Again united with Bay Quinte Circuit. 
26) 

27 Ezra Healey. Cyrus R. Allison 

28 David Wright, John C. Davidson 

29 Ephraim Evans, Thomas Bevitt , . 

30 James Richardson, Richard Jones 

31 William Smith 



165 
259 



51 
60 



427 
563 
660 
613 



* Some appointments given to Amabel Mission. + One appointmant to Allenford. 

X One appointmsnt given to Lusknow. § Bsrvie set off. II Waterloo set off. 



232 



CIRCUITS, STATIONS AND MISSIONS. 



Year 



Names of Ministers. 



1832 William Smith . . 

33 William Eyerson 

Gananoque Mission now united with it. 

34 Joseph Stinson, William Steer, John C. Davidson 

35 Joseph Stinson, Egerton Kyerson 

36 William Lord, Egerton Eyerson, John G. Manly . 

37 William M. Harvard, Egerton Eyerson . 

38 Matthew Lang 

39 Matthew Lang ... 



40 



John C Davidson, 



John Carroll, 

41 Henry Wilkinson 

42 Henry Wilkinson 

43 Edwy M. Ryerson, Isaac B. Howard 

44 Edwy M. Ryerson .... . . 

45 Lachlan Taylor . . . 

46 Edmund Shepherd, James C. Slater ... 

47 George H. Davis (East), Isaac B. Howard (West).. 

48 William Squire (East), Isaac B. Howard (West) .. 

49 John Douse (East), EphraimB. Harper (West) 

50 Samuel D. Rice, Ephraim B. Harper. .... 

51 Samuel D. Bice, Charles Lavell, Eichard Clarke. 

52 Samuel D. Eice, Charles Lavell 

53 John Eyerson, G. N. A. F. T. Dickson 

54 John Eyerson, George Douglas, George McRitchie. 

55 John Ryerson, George Douglas .... 

56 George Douglas, Thomas S. Keough . . 

57 Ephraim Evans, D.D , Jonathan E. Betts 

58 Ephraim Evans, D.D., J. E. Sanderson, M.A 

59 W. Pollard, J. E. Sanderson, M.A., J. C. Ash . . . 

60 W. Pollard, N. R. Willoughby, B.A., T. W. Jeffrey. 

61 G. Young, N. E. Willoughby, B.A., T. W. Jeffrey 

62 George Young, William C. Henderson, B.A. 

63 John Gemley, John B. Clarkson, B.A. 

64 John Gemley, John B. Clarkson, B.A 

65 John Gemley, John B. Clarkson, B.A 

66 Edward B. Ryckman, B,A., Thomas Derrick . . 

67 Edward B. Ryckman, B.A., | Wil l ia ™ W ? oss 

J ' | Benj. Clement, 

68 Edward B. Ryckman, M.A., Thomas Brock. 

69 Henry F. Bland, John Scanlon . 

70 Henry F Bland, Donald G. Sutherland . ... 

71 George R. Sanderson, Donald G. Sutherland 

72 George R. Sanderson, W. Wellington Carson. 

73 George R. Sanderson, Richard Eason . 

74 See Montreal Conference. ...... 



1873 Adolphus G. Knight, B.A 
74 See Montreal Conference 



KINGSTON— QUEEN STREET. 

".. " - . .. . I 48 



KINGSVILLE. 
A village in the Township of Gosfield, County of Essex, Ontario. 
1866 Thomas Atkinson, Wm. Magwood . 

67 Thomas Atkinson, Matthew Robison . 

68 Thomas Atkinson, Geo. Clarke 

69 Ezra A. Stafford, Edwin McCollum 

70 Ezra A. Stafford 

71 Ezra A. Stafford. 

72 David Hunt. 

73 David Hunt.. '..".. .'. 

74 See London Conference. 



5 22 



No. of 


Conting. 


Educa. 


Members. 


Fund. 


Fund. 


138 






130 






134 






244 


- ■ ■ 




201 






128 


$32 00 




158 


40 00 




180 


37 74 




190 


45 50 




160 


29 36 




164 


18 00 




170 


15 05 




207 


16 19 




153 


14 80 


• 


. 1311 


200 00 




135 


15 43 




394 


13 75 


• • • • 


366 


40 85 




324 


17 00 


■ • ■ * 


340 


37 88 




363 


38 12 




475 


40 85 




384 


45 00 


• > * 


306 


45 00 




312 


43 87 


$2i 40 


339 


52 48 


22 00 


314 


40 69 


23 75 


322 


39 10 


20 00 


341 


52 60 


20 40 


413 


56 75 


25 75 


395 


56 19 


31 24 


376 


45 00 


26 34 


326 


60 74 


23 47 


355 


55 04 


26 39 


370 


56 63 


31 49 


350 


63 74 


19 86 


370 


59 60 


25 59 


375 


45 35 


51 66 


380 


45 50 


40 37 


380 


46 50 


42 50 


388 


47 88 


24 54 


391 


50 26 


26 72 


510 


57 19 


28 00 



Sup. M. 
Fund. 



1 59 



$20 0Q 
12 00 
20 00 

37 85 

30 00 

10 37 

12 75 

13 00 

13 34 

14 03 
19 60 
19 25 
44 25 
27 00 
25 10 
33 75 
40 00 
44 00 
30 50 
51 00 
49 50 

95 75 

96 01 
98 40 

100 00 
106 80 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
114 97 

119 00 

127 25 

160 90 
158 00 
158 21 
160 25 
100 44 
116 25 

120 00 



9 00 



It was formerly Gosfield Mission. 



244 


6 20 


2 82 


326 


10 18 


4 06 


342 


9 07 


4 00 


334 


9 50 


7 00 


180 


6 06 


5 00 


220 


12 12 


9 00 


220 


13 91 


10 00 


223 


14 43 


10 00 


. 250 


15 12 


7 00 



20 00 

21 19 
17 00 

22 00 
10 05 

22 00 

23 00 

25 00 

26 00 



KIPPEN. 
A village in the township of Tuckersmith, County of Huron, Ontario. Distant from Seaforth 8 miles- 

It was formerly part of the Exeter Circuit. 

18 £o 5 ichard Hobbs • • I 68 I 5 23 I 3 50 | 6 00 

73 Robert Reynolds 182 9 45 4 91 14 66 

74 See London Conference. 132 10 00 | 4 00 16 00 



WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



233 



KIRKTON 
A village in the township of Usborne, County of Huron, Ontario. 



Distant from St. Mary's 10 miles. 
It was formerly part of St. Mary's Circuit. 



Year 



Names of Ministers. 



No. of 

Members. 



1869 Joseph W Holmes, Ed. H. Taylor 

70 Charles Stringfellow, James Turner.. 

71 Charles Stringfellow, James Turner. . . 

72 Charles Stringfellow, Thomas R. McNair 

73 Henry Reid 

74 See London Conference.. 

KLEINBURG. 
A village on the Humber, in the township of Vaughan, 
part of Newmarket Circuit. Distant 
1856 Robert Corson 

57 Robert Corson 

58 Isaac B. Aylesworth, M. D 

59 Isaac B. Aylesworth, M.D. 

60 Thomas Lawson . 

61 Thomas Lawson 

62 William Price. ... 

.63 William Price.. 

64 John Corbett . . ........ 

65 John Corbett. . 

66 William Coleman «... 

67 William Coleman ... 

68 John Hodgson 

69 John Hodgson 

70 Joseph H. Locke, John C. Stevenson 

71 Joseph H. Locke, John G. Scott 

72 James A. McClung, Edward F. GofF. . . 

73 James A. McClung, Robert G. Wellwood. 

74 See Toronto Conference 

KNOWLTON. 



151 
160 
166 
166 

200 



Conting. 
Fund. 



$10 44 
11 31 
13 00 

15 79 

16 25 



Educa. 
Fund. 



$10 00 
8 15 
6 08 
3 00 
3 51 



Sup. M. 
Fund. 



$18 00 
21 05 
19 55 
23 94 
25 00 



County of York, Ontario, 
from Toronto 22 miles. 



9 50 

8 00 

10 14 

12 91 

10 40 

10 99 

11 86 





162 




140 





162 




180 




171 




161 




155 




145 




125 


! 132 




119 




107 




97 


. . . . 


100 


... 


180 





230 




242 




274 



11 

6 

8 

7 

11 



90 

24 
10 
25 
00 
8 26 
8 85 

17 25 
11 69 

18 00 
15 00 



It was formerly 



12 00 
8 50 

11 00 

12 45 
10 69 
10 77 

13 60 

14 00 
13 97 

15 00 
20 00 

20 75 

21 00 
21 25 
25 40 
48 47 
50 50 
50 50 



o 


00 


2 


00 


3 


14 


4 75 


2 


57 


2 


60 


4 


66 


4 75 


1 


95 


3 


40 


4 


23 


4 


28 


6 


00 


6 


00 


8 


33 


8 


34 


8 


50 


8 


60 



65 
66 



69 

70 

91 

80 

115 

92 

87 

95 

128 

96 

105 

107 

110 

134 



69 
23 
04 
05 
00 
25 
05 
10 
09 
07 
50 
50 
00 
00 



00 

03 
30 
00 



1 00 



A small village in the township and County ol Brome, Quebec. It was formerly part of the Shefford 
Circuit. Distant from St. Johns 45 miles, and from Stanstead Plains 30 miles. 

1860 Francis Hunt 

61 Francis Hunt ... 

62 Donald Sutherland ... . 

63 Donald Sutherland '. 

64 Donald Sutherland 

William Scales 

William Scales 

67 William Scales, James McFarlane 

68 George Stenning . . .... 

69 George Stenning . . . . 

70 George Stenning ... 

71 Hugh Cairns . . 

72 Hugh Cairns ... 

73 Hugh Cairns 

74 See Montreal Conference . . . . .... 



65 
55 
87 
72 
00 
00 
00 
00 
25 



3 00 
3 00 

3 10 
2 30 

4 17 

8 75 

9 04 
9 84 
8 00 

10 00 

11 00 
15 00 
11 00 
15 00 



L. 



LA CHUTE. 

A town in the township and County of Argentieul, Quebec. Distant from Montreal 45 miles. It 

was formerly called St. Andrew's Circuit. 

1865 Levi Vanderburg, William Shaw 220 i 5 10 : 2 10 12 50 

Grenville united with it. j 

66 Joseph Kilgour, William S. McCullough, B.A 234 5 15 i 2 10 12 75 

67 Joseph Kilgour. . ... 250 5 20 \ 2 17 13 61 



* North Gore set off. 



t Grenville again set off. 



234 



CIRCUITS, STATIONS AND MISSIONS. 



Year 



Names of Ministers. 



1868 Joseph Kilgour. . . 

69 John V. Wilson ... 

70 John V. Wilson 

71 John V. Wilson. .... . 

72 Samuel G. Phillips 

73 Samuel G. Phillips 

74 See Montreal Conference 



No. of 


Conting. 


Educa. 


Members. 


Fund. 


Fund. 


100 


$5 30 


$2 90 


100 


5 00 


6 00 


80 


5 30 


5 02 


100 


9 99 


3 50 


101 


6 85 


5 20 


110 


5 37 


5 09 


157 


6 49 


4 79 



Sup. M. 
Fund. 



$7 00 
6 35 
6 80 
13 72 
18 69 
11 49 
17 77 



LAKEFIELD, MUD LAKE and WARSAW 

A Mission in the County of Peterboro', Ontario If is situated on the Otonabee River, in the town- 
ships of Smith and Dummer. The Mission was formerly called Bridgenorth and Mud Lake. 

1861 David A. Johnston 

62 David A. Johnston 

63 Ephraim L. Koyl, William R. Barker 

64 Ephraim L. Koyl, George McNamara. 

65 William Sheridan, Joseph H. Stinson 

66 William Sheridan. . 

67 William Sheridan 

68 William H. Schofield, B.A 

69 William H. Schofield, M.A 

70 Henry McDowell . . . 

71 Henry McDowell ......... 

72 Henry McDowell, Francis Johnson .. . 

73 William L. Scott 

74 See Toronto Conference 



71 


3 20 


2 00 


150 


4 00 


1 42 


176 


4 50 


1 37 


181 


7 55 


3 24 


177 


7 81 


4 25 


. * 200 


8 35 


5 00 


110 


4 90 


1 68 


120 


5 20 


1 70 


130 


6 58 


4 25 


102 


4 50 


4 50 


115 


4 64 


6 00 


117 


4 70 


3 84 


140 


9 21 


4 00 


160 


10 00 


4 25 



4 00 

6 00 

6 50 

11 45 

13 50 

17 50 

10 25 

11 75 
15 00 
15 00 
19 66 

19 80 
17 00 

20 00 



LAKE SIMCOE. 

So called from Lake Simcoe, in the County of Simcoe, Ontario. The Mission included ten townships, 

principally west and north of the Lake. Seven Circuits and Missions have been formed out of it. 

1828 JohnBeatty 

29 John S. Attwood 

30 Cyrus R. Allison, James Currie 

31 Gilbert Miller, James Currie.. 

32 Gilbert Miller 

33 Samuel Belton 

34 Samuel Belton. ... 

35 Jonathan Scott, David Hardie 

36 Jonathan Scott, David Hardie 

Barrie united with it. 

37 Jonathan Scott, Thomas McMullen 259 . . 20 12 

38 Jonathan Scott, Wellington Jeffers 

39 Sylvester Hurlburt.. .. 

40 Sylvester Hurlburt 

41 Sylvester Hurlburt 

42 Sylvester Hurlburt.. .. 

43 Thomas Hurlburt. 

44 Samuel Belton.. . 

45 



345 






350 






360 


• • • • 




402 


• ■ • ■ 




230 


■ ■ * ■ 




131 


.... 




191 




t m 


257 






295 






259 






253 






323 






362 






185 






132 






144 


3 53 




159 






166 


2 00 





4 00 
4 20 
4 00 



L'AMABLE. 

A village in the township of Dungannon, County of Hastings, Ontario. Distant from Belleville 

68 miles. This is an extensive Mission, and comprises parts of eight townships. 

1871 Arthur B. Hames, James Henderson . .... 

72 James Henderson ... . . 81 84 117 2 00 

73 Samuel Salton , . ... 129 2 60 .... 1 00 

74 See Toronto Conference 131 2 80 2 i6 4 00 

LANARK. 
A village situate on the River Clyde, in the township and County of Lanark, Ontario. Distant from 

Perth 12 miles, from Brockville 54 miles. 

1850 Michael Baxter 
51 
to 
54 . 

Sherbrooke united with it. 



50 



2 57 



1 00 



* Warsaw set off. 



WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



235 



Year 



Names of Ministers. 



1855 William Burns. 

56 William Burns 

57 John C. Osborne 

58 John C. Osborne, William Norton 

59 Joseph Hill ... 

60 Joseph Hill 

61 Joseph Hill 

62 Samuel Teeson 

63 Samuel Teeson 

64 Samuel Teeson ... 

65 John Holmes 

Sherbrooke united with it. 

66 Alexander Lester 

67 Now called Playfair, which see . . . 



No. of 


Conting. 


Educa. 


Sup. M. 


Members. 


Fund. 


Fund. 


Fund. 


133 


$5 10 


§3 22 


$8 50 


130 


8 89 


1 88 


9 77 


142 


5 75 


1 25 


10 07 


130 


4 00 


1 40 


8 00 


47 


1 06 


80 


2 18 


59 


3 58 


1 37 


4 16 


57 


3 70 


1 50 


4 50 


56 


3 51 


1 15 


5 10 


54 


2 25 


1 33 


5 71 


62 


2 05 


1 40 


5 77 


90 


2 50 


1 60 


5 00 


90 


8 00 


2 75 


7 75 



LAWRENCEV1LLE. 



A village in the township of Stukely, County of Shefford, Quebec. Distant from Sherbrooke 25 miles. 



1860 George Stenning .... 

61 George Stenning 

62 William Hicks 

63 ) 

to > United to Shefford Circuit. 
67) 

68 James Macfarlane 

69 Hugh Cairns 

70 Hugh Cairns . . . 

71 Richard Robinson . . . 

72 Jeremiah A. Chapman, B.A. 

73 Alexander Hardie, B.A. 

74 See Montreal Conference 



94 
99 
67 



204 
56 
50 
69 
70 
125 
129 



2 37 
2 05 



20 05 
8 80 
4 00 
4 20 
7 00 

7 24 

8 42 



1 32 
1 32 



10 
82 
00 
00 
00 



4 34 
4 40 



4 95 
3 78 



25 50 

7 70 
10 00 

9 50 

8 00 
8 61 
8 66 



LEAMINGTON. 

A small village in the township of Mersea, County of Essex, Ontario. 

Romney Circuit. 



1870 Alexander G. Harris. . 

71 Alexander G. Harris. . 

72 Edwin McCollum 

73 Edwin McCollum 

74 See London Conference 



218 
230 
231 
200 
203 



It was formerly part of the 



13 45 
15 00 

10 00 

11 08 



5 40 
5 25 

2 30 

3 00 



15 00 
25 20 

17 00 

18 00 



272 






2 00 


273 


2 63 


1 24 


10 00 


281 


1 85 


1 62 


8 00 


350 


2 56 


3 27 


8 00 


250 


7 71 


1 90 


8 00 


218 


3 02 


3 22 


7 52 


187 


5 25 


3 50 


8 60 


185 


4 71 


4 13 


12 00 


190 


5 50 


5 00 


12 55 


144 


4 28 


4 47 


12 25 


187 


5 55 


6 00 


13 77 


175 


4 79 




17 33 


210 


3 00 




11 35 


184 


4 00 




11 50 


167 


10 00 


3 50 


14 00 



LEEDS. 

A village and township in the County of Megantic, Quebec. It was formerly known, as New Ireland 

Circuit. Distant from Quebec 40 miles. 

1847 Rufus A. Flanders 

48 Rufus A. Flanders 

49 -Rufus A. Flanders . . 

50 Gifford Dorey 

51 Gifford Dorey 

52 Gifford Dorey 

53 John Armstrong, (B. ) 

54 John Armstrong, (B. ) 

55 John Armstrong, (B.) 

56 John Armstrong, (B. ) 

57 John Armstrong, (B.) 

58 Richard Wilson . 

59 William D. Brown 

60 William D. Brown 

61 William D. Brown 

62 Edwin Fessant 

63 Edwin Fessant 

64 Edwin Fessant 

65 George Stenning .... 

66 George Stenning 

67 George Stenning 

68 Robert H. Smith 

69 Robert H. Smith 



236 



CIRCUITS, STATIONS AND MISSIONS. 



Year 



Names of Ministers. 



1870 Kobert H. Smith 

71 John Stewart ... 

72 .John Stewart 

73 John Stewart . . .' . . 

74 See Montreal Conference . 



No. of 
Members. 



175 
183 
189 
172 
155 



Conting. 
Fund. 



$8 18 
9 00 
8 10 
6 15 
6 20 



Educa- 
Fund. 



$5 00 
6 75 
5 25 
2 89 

•2 75 



Sup. M. 
Fund. 



$15 00 
15 00 
14 04 
14 17 
10 40 



^ LESLIEVILLE. 
A small village in the township and County of York, Ontario. Distant from Toronto 2 miles. 



1862 Thomas Derrick. 

63 Thomas Derrick . 

64 Wesley Casson 

65 Supplied 

66 

to \ Boundaries of Circuit changed. 



70 Davidson McDonald . . 

71 Thomas Jeffers 

72 Alexander C. Chambers 

73 John Carroll 

74 See Toronto Conference 



See Scarboro'. 



26 ' 


3 00 




26 


3 25 


1 25 


11 


3 00 




13 


3 00 




"i 


i 25 


i '66 


7 


■ • . . 


■ • ■ • 


7 


1 85 


1 13 


30 


5 43 


2 25 



2 00 
1 25 
1 50 



1 00 

357 
5 00 



LINDSAY. 

A town in the township of Ops, Victoria County, Ontario. 

Port Hope 40 miles. 

1847 David Hardie . 

48) 

to > Supplied from other Circuits. 

51) 

52 Thomas Hanna . ... 

53 Thomas Hanna, Garrett J. Dingman . 

54 John C. Osborne, Garrett J. Dingman 

55 John C. Osborne, William H. Laird . 

56 John C. Osborne, James Ash . . . 

57 James Greener, Andrew L. Peterson . 

58 David C. Clappison, Daniel Jackson . 

59 David C. Clappison, William W. Miller. 

60 David C. Clappison, Joseph H. Stinson 

61 Samuel C. Philp, Nathaniel S. Burwash. 

62 Samuel C. Philp, William Galbraith ... 

63 Samuel C. Philp, Thomas Adams, B.A. . 

64 Andrew Edwards, William F. Morrison, B.A 

65 Andrew Edwards 

66 Andrew Edwards 

67 James Greener .... .... ; . . . 

68 James Greener 

69 James Greener 

70 Charles Freshman, D.D 

71 Charles Freshman, D.D. .. 

72 James Brock. 

73 James Brock ..,.,. 

74 See Toronto Conference. ... 



Distant from Peterboro' 28 miles, from 



• " • • 


• • • • 


. • • 


iis 


6 91 




138 


11 93 




129 


12 50 




167 


13 03 


2 50 


* 175 


14 63 


3 20 


259 


15 83 


6 35 


220 


14 09 


8 00 


237 


13 35 


6 80 


242 


13 53 


4 89 


262 


19 22 


6 29 


263 


11 33 


4 31 


268 


12 36 


4 74 


t289 


10 22 


3 02 


134 


8 35 


6 55 


147 


9 35 


5 10 


141 


11 38 


6 00 


77 


10 00 


8 04 


87 


10 25 


8 25 


111 


10 36 


11 00 


150 


9 05 


11 50 


106 


20 CO 


12 20 


106 


17 40 


12 30 



5 48 
10 22 

13 03 

14 00 
18 14 

10 00 
18 15 
18 20 

20 00 

21 16 

22 77 

20 75 
17 75 

11 58 

12 00 

21 00 
21 50 
26 '35 
31 05 
14 57 
25 00 
30 00 



LISTOWEL. 

A village in the township of Elma, County cf Perth, Ontario. 

Wallace Mission. 

1867 William W. Shepherd, Thomas W. Jackson. 

68 William W. Shepherd. Edwin A. Chown .... 

69 William W. Shepherd, William W. Edwards. 

70 Henry W P. Allan, Daniel W Thompson . . 

71 John Scott, B.A., Henry Berry 

72 John Scott, B.A. 

73 John Scott, B.A 

74 See London Conference 



It was formerly part of the Elma and 



209 


4 89 


3 08 


186 


4 10 


3 17 


203 


4 35 


3 25 


180 


5 07 


3 54 


160 


7 63 


4 31 


163 


7 91 


6 00 


170 


11 78 


6 61 



8 14 
6 62 
4 29 
4 57 



6 05 
11 25 
13 00 



Oakwood set off. 



+ Bobcaygeon with 34 members set off. 



WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



237 



LLOYDTOWN. 

A village in the township of King, County of York, Ontario. It was formerly part of Bradford 

Circuit. Distant from Toronto 36 miles. 



Year 


Names of Ministers. 


No. of 
Members. 


Conting. 
Fund. 


Educa. 
Fund. 


Sup. M. 
Fund. 


1856 
57 
58 
59 
60 
61 
62 
63 
64 
65 
66 
67 
68 
69 
70 
71 
72 
73 
74 


George McRitchie 

George McRitchie . . .... 

Joseph L. Sanders 

Joseph L. Sanders . 


115 
150 
155 
140 

138 
150 
180 
191 
190 
222 
225 
235 
236 
222 
197 
199 
219 
252 


$13 81 

9 40 

12 25 

11 72 

8 73 

11 00 

10 04 
8 88 

8 07 

9 00 
14 06 

12 95 

13 14 

11 50 
11 55 
10 92 
10 47 
10 21 


$6 63 
5 00 

4 00 

5 70 
5 48 
4 73 
4 58 
4 80 
1 54 

3 00 

4 87 

5 57 

7 25 
9 25 

8 00 
5 46 
7 38 


$12 15 
10 00 
10 80 
15 00 


Matthew Swann ... 

Matthew Swann .... . . 

Alexander R. Campbell . . . . 

Alexander R. Campbell . . . 

Alexander R. Campbell 

William Hay, Jeremiah A. Chapman . . . 

William Hay .... 

William Hay, Joseph W. Sparling . . . . 

George Brown, George F. Reynolds . . 

George Brown. . ... . . . . 

Peter Addison ... 

Peter Addison, George J. Bishop 

Peter Addison, George J. Bishop 

See Toronto Conference 


20 50 

18 00 
14 65 

8 25 

8 13 

14 30 

16 84 

23 44 

24 37 
36 00 
36 25 
26 60 
35 75 
32 13 



LOCHABAR. 

50 called from the name of a township in Ottawa County, Quebe 

ingham Mission. 

1850 Daniel Wright. 

51 Daniel Wright . 

52 Richard Wilson . . . 

53 Richard Wilson . 

54 William Burns. 

55 David Hardie . 

56 David Hardie. . 

57 William Hewitt. 

58 William Hewitt. . . 

59 William Creighton 

60 William Creighton.. 

61 Jabez B. Keough.. 

62 Jabez B. Keough 

63 Jabez B. Keough 

64 Joseph Hill 

65 Now called Thurso, which see. 



It was formerly called Buck- 



70 


5 00 


65 


6 90 


62 


10 96 


* 109 


17 01 


52 


10 50 


52 


2 00 


41 


1 03 


42 


1 10 


62 


3 14 


70 


3 75 


t79 


5 17 


55 


1 48 


53 


1 93 


58 


3 00 


52 


3 69 ! 



50 

27 



85 



75 
00 

12 



2 00 



2 10 
4 99 

2 
5 



50 
08 
5 37 
2 70 
08 
48 
59 
00 
29 
50 
97 
00 
00 



LONDESBORO* 

A village in the township of Hullett, County of Huron, Ontario. It was formerly part of Clinton 

Circuit. Distant from Clinton 6J miles. 

1870 Thomas Cleworth, Coverdale Watson .... ! ... ... 

71 Thomas Cleworth, Samuel Sellery 232 16 77 j 13 76 50 25 

72 Isaac Crane. ... J 210 15 08 10 00 40 00 

73 Isaac Crane.. . .. 105 7 41 i 6 50 30 89 

74 See London Conference. ' 97 \ 7 50 6 60 3100 



LONDON. 



A City on the River Thames, in London township, County of Middlesex, Ontario. 
Hamilton 76 miles, from Toronto 120 miles, from Sarnia 56 miles. 



Distant from 



1823 Robert Corson 

24 Edmund Stoney 

25 Edmund Stoney 

26 Daniel McMullen, Matthew Whiting . 

27 John S. Huston . 

28 Matthew Whiting 



255 
235 
229 
229 
269 



* Grenville set off. 



t Plantagenet set off. 



+ Holmesville set off. 



238 



CIRCUITS, STATIONS, AND MISSIONS. 



Year 



Names of Ministers. 



39 

40 
41 



Henry Byers. 



1829 Matthew Whiting 

30 John Bailey, Horace Dean 

31 John Bailey, Hamilton Biggar. . . 

32 John K. Williston 

33 John Beatty .... 

34 William Griffis, ....... 

35 David Wright, John Law.. 

36 David Wright, John Flanagan 

37 Edmund Stoney, Hugh Montgomery 

38 Edmund Stoney, Arkle S. Newbury. 
Adam Townley, 
William Steer, 

, James Norris, { William Coleman . 

1 Samuel Hose, \ 

Samuel Kose, William Price. ... 

42 Edmund Shepherd, Matthias Holtby . . 

43 Edmund Shepherd, Thomas Jeffers . 

44 Edmund Shepherd, Charles Lavell . 

45 Edwy M. Ryerson 

46 Charles Lavell 

47 Edmund Botterell, John Goodfellow . . 

48 John Carroll. ... 

49 John Carroll, Alexander S. Byrne 

-« t -u r. n i Samuel S. Nelles, M.A. 
oO John Carroll, j GeQrge Youn& 

William Pollard, William Ames 
William Pollard, John G. Laird. 
William Pollard, Thomas D. Pearson.. . 

H. Wilkinson, j £ ?*obbs, 

' / K.. Creighton, 

55 Henry Wilkinson, Joseph E. Sanderson, M.A. 

56 John Douse, James Preston . ... 

57 John Douse, James Preston 

58 Robert Cooney, D. D. , James Dixon .... 

59 Robert Cooney, D. D. , George R. Sanderson . . 

60 George R. Sanderson, Wm. C. Henderson, B.A. 

61 George R. Sanderson, Wm. C. Henderson, B.A. 

Richard Jones, John Potts 

Richard Jones, John Potts . 

Richard Jones, John Potts 

James H. Bishop, William J. Hunter 

James H. Bishop, William J. Hunter. 

67 James H. Bishop, William J. Hunter. ... 

68 James Elliott, William Briggs.. 

69 James Elliott, William Briggs.. . 

70 See London— North Street and Dundas Street . . 



51 
52 
53 

54 



J. L. Sanders . 



62 
63 
64 
65 
66 



No. of 


Conting. 


Members. 


Fund. 


235 




280 




366 




420 




698 




200 




246 




349 




323 


$5*00 


278 


10 55 


294 


24 44 


330 


23 78 


413 


26 41 


389 


28 45 


389 


24 00 


406 


24 87 


* 400 


25 00 


80 


6 69 


87 


8 05 


129 


11 00 


85 


12 18 


204 


18 62 


300 


25 89 


350 


30 34 


+ 355 


30 98 


253 


30 60 


411 


31 50 


400 


31 50 


373 


20 77 


417 


36 87 


433 


37 77 


350 


17 00 


415 


25 24 


380 


30 88 


368 


48 26 


368 


36 61 


377 


27 62 


342 


31 17 


422 


36 65 


417 


31 55 


410 


56 75 


419 


57 00 



Educa. 
Fund. 



Su 



$20 00 
9 00 

11 00 

12 00 

13 00 
7 20 
7 50 

10 39 

17 74 

18 50 

15 40 

19 60 

14 15 

16 25 
36 00 
31 45 



up. M. 
Fund. 



$5 00 
12 32 

17 51 
20 50 

5 42 

6 50 

15 11 

8 30 

18 54 

19 20 

16 00 

24 00 

25 00 

5 25 

6 48 
5 00 

10 60 

23 50 

30 60 
42 00 
44 00 

40 00 

42 00 

43 00 
53 25 
5,4 50 
53 10 

26 75 
28 75 
30 00 
82 97 
64 46 
56 97 
86 75 
94 75 

100 00 
110 00 
115 35 



LONDON— NORTH STREET. 



1870 James Elliott, Edwin McCollum 

71 Wellington Jeffers, D.D., Benjamin Bi Keefer.. 

72 James Hannon, Benjamin B. Keefer 

73 James Hannon, John J. Hare, B. A. ... 

74 See London Conference .... 



315 
292 
334 
374 



54 27 

55 04 
61 25 
64 00 



34 25 
27 29 
36 00 
42 00 



120 00 

98 50 

102 00 

110 00 



1870 William Briggs . . 

71 Alexander Langford . . . 

72 Alexander Langford 

73 Alexander Langford 

74 See London Conference 



LONDON- -DUNDAS STREET. 



130 
141 
178 
230 



31 11 
35 92 
43 68 
40 13 



15 75 

16 00 
13 80 
21 25 



60 35 

65 35 

69 85 

100 00 



1873 Wellington Jeffers, D.D. 
74 See London Conference . 



LONDON EAST. 



17 



4 00 



London Circuit set off. 



+ Belmont set off. 



WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



239 



LONDON CIRCUIT. 



So called from the name of the township in Middlesex County, Ontario. 

London City Circuit. 



It was formerly a part of 



Year 



Names of Ministers. 



1845 Cornelius Flummerfelt, George Kennedy. . . 

46 Cornelius Flummerfelt, William Dignam . 

47 William Pollard, Francis Chapman 

48 William Pollard, Charles Silvester 

49 Richard Phelps, Edward White 

50 Richard Phelps, John G. Laird. . . . 

51 Richard Phelps, John G. Laird. 

52 Alex. T. Green, James Taylor 

53 Alex. T. Green, Thomas Crews.. 
64 Thomas Cleghorn, Thomas Crews 

55 Thomas Cleghorn, John Wesley Savage.. 

56 Tohn A Williams \ Jolm Wesle y Savage, / 
5b John A. Williams, j John s clarkei ^ 

57 John A. Williams, John S. Clarke. 

58 John A. Williams, Amos E. Russ .... 

59 Charles Turver, Amos E. Russ .. . . 

60 John G. Laird, Samuel Tucker . . 

61 John G. Laird, Samuel Tucker 
• 62 William English, Isaac Barber.. 

63 William English, Isaac Barber 

64 Circuit divided. See London North and London South 



No. of 
Members. 




Educa. 
Fund. 



Sup. M. 
Fund. 



382 


$11 03 




*8 36 


410 


7 15 




5 95 


483 


12 00 




12 00 


424 


12 00 




13 00 


351 


10 50 


.... 


10 62 


375 


15 50 




13 75 


357 


13 24 




14 12 


359 


13 47 




17 00 


366 


14 47 




25 23 


390 


20 43 


■s7 18 


28 30 


414 


29 20 


10 00 


43 00 


450 


32 00 


10 60 


45 00 


447 


22 60 


5 53 


40 00 


395 


16 74 


5 30 


30 00 


378 


11 14 


5 60 


34 29 


390 


13 70 


6 10 


31 00 


370 


11 50 


6 50 


32 00 


376 


14 23 


5 07 


33 50 


368 


15 79 


6 39 


46 62 



LONDON NORTH. 
I'lie north part of what was formerly called London Circuit. 



1864 William Chapman . 

65 James A. Iveson. 

66 James A. Iveson 

67 William J. Hewitt 

68 William J. Hewitt.. 

69 William J. Hewitt.. .. 

70 James Harris . . 

71 James Harris 

72 James Harris 

73 Charles Stringfellow 

74 See London Conference. 



216 

250 
237 
223 
231 
214 
194 
191 
198 
179 



6 20 
9 08 
9 12 
9 20 
9 50 
9 00 
9 45 
9 50 
9 61 
9 90 



50 
00 
33 
20 
00 
00 
75 
00 
33 
05 



12 00 
16 50 
20 00 
27 00 

29 00 

25 00 
35 00 

26 75 

30 40 

27 66 



LONDON SOUTH. 
The south part of what was formerly London Circuit. 



1854 Noble F. English 

65 Noble F. English 

66 James E. Dyer 

67 James E. Dyer 

68 James E. Dyer 

69 Richard J. Forman 

70 Richard J. Forman 

71 Richard J. Forman 

72 Noble F. English. . . . 

73 Noble F. English. . 

74 See London Conference. 



182 


6 36 


3 07 


17 00 


188 


6 12 


1 44 


19 75 


176 


6 20 


2 35 


19 75 


180 


8 10 ! 


3 15 


22 00 


185 


12 25 


7 20 


28 00 


185 


12 00 


8 00 


30 00 


195 


12 13 


8 00 


30 00 


220 


12 15 


8 00 


31 05 


-Wo 


12 20 


6 62 


36 19 


222 


12 25 


6 67 


40 00 



LONG ISLAND LOCKS. 

A village on the Rideau Canal, in the township of Nepean, County of Carleton, Ontario. Distant 
from Ottawa City 15 miles. It was formerly part of Ottawa, Osgood and Bearbrook Missions. 

1859 Hazleton A. Spencer 

60 Jabez B. Keough 

61 Garrett J. Dingman 

62 Garrett J. Dingman 

63 Andrew Armstrong. . .... 

64 Andrew Armstrong. 

65 Andrew Armstrong 

66 Hugh McLean. . 





1 136 


6 37 


4 93 


4 38 




1 147 


2 50 


2 00 


3 65 




140 


6 43 


4 30 


2 20 




134 


6 50 


2 30 


3 30 




92 
96 


3 74 

4 15 


95 

1 62 


3 12 




9 15 




96 


5 29 


1 65 


14 50 



240 



CIRCUITS, STATIONS AND MISSIONS. 



Year 



Names of Ministers. 



67 Hugh McLean . 

68 Richard N. Adams 

69 Richard N. Adams 

70 Richard N. Adams 

71 Samuel Down 

72 Samuel Down. 

73 Samuel Down . 

74 See Montreal Conference. . . 



LONG POINT. 



No. of 


Conting. 


Rduca. 


Members. 


Fund. 


Fund. 


76 


$5 71 


$1 90 


98 


6 15 


2 50 


95 


6 61 


3 88 


99 


7 49 


5 40 


100 


9 20 


7 25 


93 


7 46 


7 30 


89 


7 42 


> 6 99 


81 


7 50 


7 00 



Sup. M. 
Fund. 



$5 83 
8 15 

12 33 
8 93 

13 24 
13 44 
12 50 
12 60 



So called from a Peninsula which extends some distance into Lake Erie, forming a large Bay, called 
Long Point Bay. The Circuit was set off from the Niagara Circuit in December, 1801. It ex- 
tended from the Niagara River and had appointments in the Counties of Welland, Haldimand 
and Norfolk, Ontario. 



Year Ministers. 


No. of 
Members. 


Year 


Ministers. 


No. of 
Members. 


1801 Nathan Bangs. ....... 


/ 


1821 I. B. Smith', Wm. H. Williams . 


613 


2 Thomas Madden ... 




22 David Culp, George Ferguson . 


445 


. > Included in Niagara Circuit . 




23 Daniel Shepherdson .... 

24 D. Shepherdson, Geo. Sovereign. . 


361 
292 


. 5 Luther Bishop 


125 


25 Rowley Heyland, Timothy Martin 


292 


6 Thomas Madden 


120 


26 Rowley Heyland. 


242 


7 Henry Ryan ... 


156 


27 Wm. Griffis, Robert Corson. . 


248 


8 Thomas Whitehead 


195 


28 William Griffis 


342 


9 Thomas Whitehead ...... 


195 


29 Joseph Gatchell, Wm. Patrick 


359 


10 Robert Perry .. 


180 i 


30 Joseph Gatchell, Asahel Hurlburt 


373 


11 ) 


1 


31 H. Wilkinson, John Armstrong. . 


365 


to > United with Ancaster Circuit 




32 Henry Wilkinson, A. Prindle. . 


489 


17 j 




33 Hamilton Biggar, John Watson . 


500 


, I David Youmans, ) . , . „, 
18 | James Jackson, ( Alvln Torrv 




34 Hamilton .Biggar . . 

35 Joseph Messmore, J. Musgrove. . 


507 
592 


19 James Jackson, Wm. R. Rundle 


404 


36 See Simcoe 


677 


20 James Jackson, Wm. H. Williams 


511 









18 
00 
03 
10 
60 



50 



7 98 



96 

88 



L'ORIGNAL. 

The chief town of the united Counties of Prescott and Russell, situated on the River Ottawa, in the 
township of Longuiel, Ontario. Distant from Montreal 66 miles, from Ottawa City 59 miles. 

1841 George B. Butcher. 

42 George Beynon 

43 George Beynon, James Elliott . 

44 James Hughes. Charles Taggart . 

45 United with St. Andrews 

46 Joseph Reynolds, Thomas Hanna . . 
.- ( Joseph Reynolds, ) 

j Erastus Hurlburt, \ 

48 James Greener, John B. Armstrong 

49 James Greener, Noble Armstrong. . 

50 David C. Clappison, Richard M. Hammond . 

51 David C. Clappison, Henry McDowell 

52 David C Clappison, Silas Huntingdon 

53 William Morton, Robert Hobbs ... 

54 William Morton, Andrew Armstiong. 

55 William Morton, James Roy 

56 William Morton, Joseph Kilgour . . 

57 Richard M. Hammond, John D. Pugh 

58 Richard M. Hammond, John D. Pugh 

59 Edmund E. Sweet, Archelaus Doxee . 

60 Edmund E. Sweet, John Hyndman . . 

61 William S. Blackstock, Samuel W Messmore . . 

62 William S. Blackstock. . . 

63 William S. Blackstock, Isaac Gold . 

64 William D. Brown, Thomas G. Williams 

65 William D. Brown, Robert Bell. . . ... 

66 David Chalmers . . . . , . . . . 

67 David Chalmers, Daniel Connelly 



223 
206 
265 
280 
252 

218 

179 
192 
215 
218 
207 
210 
180 
140 
122 
143 
151/ 
139 

99 
119 

95 
130 
135 
135 
135 
143 



ft 95 

6 60 

7 15 
9 HO 

10 66 

8 71 
8 79 
8 80 

8 87 

9 00 
9 10 
9 79 
6 78 

10 10 
10 44 
10 52 
10 60 
13 50 



5 86 

3 00 

4 58 

3 27 
2 50 
2 53 
2 90 

4 52 

6 26 

4 «9 

5 05 
5 08 

7 00 



4 50 


3 50 


3 75 


1 10 


90 


3 20 


4 00 


5 20 


6 73 


6 93 


8 42 


10 50 


10 59 


12 00 


12 00 


12 83 


10 10 


13 00 


14 75 


10 00 


11 00 


14 50 


15 00 


20 00 



WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



241 



Year 



Names of Ministers. 



1868 David Chalmers, John 0. Garrett . . 

69 William S. McCullough, Robert Lee . 

70 George Kennedy, Thomas Johnson . 

71 John Wilson, John Tozeland 

72 John Wilson, Richard Shier 

73 John Burwash, William S. Jamieson . 

74 See Montreal Conference 



\ 

No. of 


Conting. 


Educa. 


Sup. M. 


Members. 


Fund. 


Fund. 


Fund. 


178 


$18 00 


$7 00 


130 00 


195 


19 25 


11 00 


34 45 


.190 


18 22 


11 15 


32 90 


164 


8 09 


8 00 


10 00 


200 


8 00 


5 44 


16 00 


200 


•8 50 


4 25 


20 56 


200 


9 02 


4 30 


10 00 



5 38 

6 43 



LOUGHBOROUGH. 
So called from the name of a township in the County of Frontenac, Ontario. 

1856 Stephen Miles 

57 William Burns 141 6 55 161 

58 Name of Mission changed to Harrow-smith ... 151 6 80 2 00 

LOWVILLE. 

A village in the township of Nelson, ( 'ounty of Halton, Ontario. It was formerly part of the Milton 

Circuit. 

1871 Robert Bell ... 

72 Robert Bell 140 7 53 

73 Robert Bell . .. 150 9 89 

74 See London Conference .. 152 8 28 



6 33 
5 20 

3 27 



31 15 
28 50 
33 00 



LUCAN. 
A village in the township of Biddulph, County of Middlesex, Ontario. 

Exeter Circuit. 



It was formerly part of 



1866 George Kennedy ... 

67 William Lund .... 

68 William Lund 

69 George Sexsmith, James Allen . . 

70 George Sexsmith, John Smiley, M.A. 

71 George Sexsmith 

72 James E. Dyer 

73 James E. Dyer 

74 See London Conference 



152 
155 

* 156 
254 

t261 
152 
134 
121 



7 00 
9 00 
9 73 
16 23 
13 35 
10 44 
10 50 
10 75 



4 50 

4 90 

5 00 
7 60 

10 00 
5 07 
5 10 
5 15 



26 75 
26 60 
24 00 
43 50 
46 31 

24 70 

25 00 
25 00 



LUCKNOW. 

A small village in the township of Kinloss, County of Bruce, Ontario. It was formerly part of thi 
Teeswater, Kincardine, and Wawanosh Missions. 

1862 David Ryan .. . j j t 

63 Elias Wetmore Frazee 

64 Elias Wetmore Frazee 

65 William Tucker 

66 William Tucker... 
William Tucker, 
Nelson Brown, 

68 Nelson Brown 

69 Nelson Brown 

70 Henry Kellam... 

71 Henry Kellam.. 

72 Henry Kellam 

73 John S. Fisher . . 

74 See London Conference 



67 



64 


3 00 


i 12 


5 00 


78 


3 02 


1 00 


5 00 


71 


3 11 


1 07 


5 00 


91 


5 30 


3 90 


7 25 


96 


6 20 


3 95 


8 25 


78 


6 54 , 


4 00 


11 00 


67 


6 56 


4 03 


11 25 


80 


7 50 


3 76 


8 50 


92 


8 70 


5 00 


10 25 


98 


9 00 


4 50 


10 50 


125 


11 00 


5 00 


13 00 


145 ■ 


15 42 


5 42 


18 60 



LYN. 

A village in the township of Elizabethtown, County of Leeds, Ontario. 

6 miles. 

1858 John Mills, William McDonagh 

59 John Mills, Samuel Wilson 

60 John B. Armstrong, Richard Hayworth 

61 John B. Armstrong, Benjamin Sherlock 

62 John B. Armstrong, Peter E. W. Moyer 

63 William Morton, George Ferguson 

64 William Morton, Henry Irvine, 



230 


12 30 


228 


12 65 


199 


10 82 


177 


11 00 


255 


10 00 


255 


11 28 



Distant from Brockvilli 



34 00 
30 00 

15 00 

16 50 

17 00 
20 12 



8 00 


6 50 


3 00 1 


3 50 


3 60 


6 55 



16 



Ailsa Craig united. 



t Ailsa Craig set off. 



242 



CIRCUITS, STATIONS AND MISSIONS. 



Yearl 



Names of Ministers. 



1865 William Andrews, Joshua P Lewis 

.66 William Andrews . 

67 William English 

68 William English 

69 James Masson, James Macfarlane 

70 James Masson, .labez B. Saunders. 

71 Marmaduke L. Pearson, Jabez B. Saunders. 

72 Marmaduke L. Pearson, William Pearson.. 

73 Marmaduke L. Pearson, John Webster 

74 See Montreal Conference. . 



No. of 
Members. 



LYNEDOCH. 



238 
200 
207 
188 
201 
207 
214 
224 
250 
250 



Conting. 


Fund. 


|9 59 


9 60 


9 65 


9 80 


9 86 


12 92 


15 n0 



Educa. 
Fund. 



16 00 
16 15 
16 20 



$3 36 
3 36 
3 75 
3 02 

5 75 

6 00 
8 30 
8 50 
8 55 
5 00 



Sup. M. 
Fund. 



$11 97 
12 00 
12 50 
22 00 
25 50 
36 47 

36 73 

37 00 
45 00 
20 00 



A village in the township of Charlotteville, County of Norfolk, Ontario. 

Delhi Mission. 

1859 Isaac Barber ....... . 125 

60 Isaac Barber . 153 

61 Isaac Barber. . ... . 125 

62 Matthew Whiting 146 

63 Matthew Whiting ... . 156 

64 George T. Richardson . .. 146 

65 George T. Richardson 120 

66 George T. Richardson . . ... ... 140 

67 Nathaniel S. Burwash . . . . . . 150 

• 68 Nathaniel S. Burwash . . ... ... . 165 

69 Peter Bawtinhimer . . . 167 

70 Peter Bawtinhimer ... .. . 182 

71 Thomas H. Walker . . 180 

72 William Shannon . . ... 177 

73 William Shannon . . . 170 

74 See London Conference . .. 170 



It was formerly known as 



4 12 
3 75 

6 23 
3 00 

50 
50 
60 
00 
00 

8 88 

9 00 
14 50 
14 54 

7 93 
7 84 
6 15 



1 75 

2 15 
2 13 
2 06 
2 00 
2 00 
2 00 

2 50 
1 04 

3 00 
3 25 
6 15 



8 15 
6 72 
3 07 
3 16 



9 88 
6 03 
4 37 
6 20 



00 
25 
50 
72 
02 
20 
50 



10 50 
10 54 
10 00 
10 43 
8 63 



LYON'S CREEK. 
So called from the name of a creek which empties into the Grand River, Ontario. 

part of Niagara Circuit. 



It was formerly 



Year; Ministers. 


No. of 
Members. 


Year 


Ministers. 


No. of 
Members. 


1820 Daniel Shepherdson. 

21 Alvin Torry 

22 Thomas Demorest 

23 John Parker 

24 Isaac B. Smith. 


123 
110 
114 
107 


1825 Joseph Messmore . . .. 

26 Joseph Messmore . . . . 

27 Joseph Gatchell . ...... 

28 


89 

91 

115 

117 



M. 



MABERLY. 

A village in the township of Sherbrooke, County of Lanark, Ontario. 



1866 Edwin Fessant 

67 Edwin Fessant 

68 William Shannon . . 

69 William Shannon 

70 William Shannon . . . 

71 Ezekiel Richardson 

72 Ezekiel Richardson 

73 United with Glen Tav 



82 
91 
93 
94 
78 
75 
58 
63 



It was formerly Rokeby Mission- 



44 
70 
75 
90 
86 
80 
90 
95 



MADOC. 
A village and township in the County of Hastings, Ontario 
1 850 Abraham Dayman . .... 



51 Robert Robinson 

52 Robert Robinson 



155 
146 



50 
60 



15 
32 
00 

71 
50 
23 
74 
75 



12 
61 
09 
65 
90 
00 
27 
00 



2 65 
2 88 



WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



243 




Year 



1853 Michael Baxter 

54 Michael Baxter 

55 John Sanderson . 

56 John Sanderson . 

57 Thomas McMullen 

Hastings Road united with it 3 years 

58 Thomas McMullen 

59 George Carr, William Shannon 

60 George Carr, Madison A. Rice 

61 Aaron D. Miller 

Aaron D. Miller, Edward Harris 
Edward Harris, John W. Wicher . . . 
Edward Harris, Jacob Eli Howell, B.A 

65 John English, Jacob Eli Howell, B.A 

66 John English, Edward Morrow, B.A . 

67 John English, Samuel Sing . . . 
Thomas Lawson, William J. Ford. 
Robert Robinson 

Robert Robinson 

Robert Robinson 

72 James A. Ivison 

73 Samuel Sing . . 
. 74 See Toronto Conference .... 



62 
63 
64 



69 
70 
71 



42 10 
37 07 
30 00 
22 00 

22 00 

23 00 
21 75 
32 67 



Edward A. Ward. . 
Edward A. Ward. 
William D. Brown . 

73 Thomas Atkinson . 

74 See Montreal Conference 



166 
169 
210 
212 

186 



5 74 
4 75 
8 41 

6 76 
2 50 

2 50 
6 50 
8 00 

3 91 



8 93 

9 05 

10 12 

11 10 



5 00 

5 25 

4 15 

5 00 



MAITLANI). 

A village on the River St. Lawrence, in the township of Augusta, County of Grenville, Ontario, 
was formerly Augusta Circuit. Distant from Prescott 7 miles, from Brockville 5 miles. 

1851 Sylvester Hurlburt . . I 

52 Sylvester Hurlburt, John S. Armstrong \ 319 10 5.5 

53 Svlvester Hurlburt . . ! 338 12 00 

54 Asahel Hurlburt, Edwin Peake. ... ... 316 12 50 

55 Asahel Hurlburt, Edwin Peake.- . .383 16 39 

56 Asahel Hurlburt, George M. M enchain 375 16 37 

57 Joseph Reynolds, James Masson 434 15 00 

58 Joseph Reynolds, Thomas Feather .. . .. . 49.'i | 12 40 

59 Richard Clarke, William McDonagh . ... . 425 15 00 

60 Richard Clarke, James A. Gordon ! 445 1100 

61 Richard Clarke, Brock Rose. ... .| 450 13 00 

62 William Andrews .... . j * 460 13 50 

63 ) . ... . . . j 225 7 00 

Included in the Augusta Circuit. ! 



It 



10 67 

11 25 

14 54 

15 70 
17 53 
31 74 
33 12 

12 70 

24 25 

25 00 
28 50 
15 00 



18 00 
20 00 

12 80 

13 00 



MALAHIDE. 
So called from the name of a township on Lake Erie, County of Elgin, Ontario. 



1840 Thomas Fawcett 

41 Luther O. Rice. 

42 John K. Williston 

43 John K. Williston 

44 United with Norwich Circuit 

45 Thomas Jeffers . . 

46 Thomas Jeffers . 

47 Joseph Sheply.. . ... . .. 

48 Joseph Sheply 

49 Samuel C. Philp, John English 

50 Samuel C. Philp, John English 

51 George Kennedy, Thomas Peacock .. 

52 George Kennedy, John Shaw 

53 Now called Aylmer, Ontario, which see.. 



187 
199 
249 

'209 

277 
296 
300 
280 
294 
328 
372 
332 



4 00 
8 00 
7 30 
4 36 



4 00 

9 80 

11 00 
15 47 

12 90 

14 50 

15 00 





3 50 




4 00 




3 05 




6 71 




4 00 




4 00 




6 00 




4 25 




5 63 




6 55 




7 50 



Spencerville set off. 



244 



CIRCUITS, STATIONS AND MISSIONS. 



MANNINGVILLE. 

A village in the township of Franklin, County of Huntingdon, 

Franklin Mission. 



Quebec. It was formerly known as 



Year 


Names of Ministers. 


No. of 
Members. 


Conting. 
Fund. 


Educa. 
Fund. 


Sup. M. 
Fund. 


1865 Stephen Bond, David Thompson ... ... . 

66 Stephen Bond, George Ferguson ... - ... .. . . . . 

67 Stephen Bond, William Raney t 

68 See Franklin 


221 
208* 
189 
201 


$9 30 
9 45 
4 12 
6 20 


$1 92 

2 10 

3 03 

4 97 


$12 30 

18 45 

19 34 
21 18 



MANSONVILLE. 

A village in the township of Potton, County of Brome, Quebec. It was formerly part of Bolton 

Mission. 



1873 Richard Shier .. 

74 See Montreal Conference 



49 

57 



3 78 



2 48 



4 72 



MAN VERS. 

So called from the name of a township in the County of Durham, Ontario. 

Cartwright Mission. 

1862 George T. Richardson ... .. .....,,,. 

63 George T. Richardson . . .• 

64 Robert O. Wilson 

65 Robert O. Wilson 

66 Alfred McCann . . ... 

67 Alfred McCann 

68 Alfred McCann 

69 James A. McClung 

70 James A. McClung 

71 James A. McClung ... 

72 John C. Wilson . . 

73 JohnC. Wilson 

74 See Toronto Conference 

MARCH. 

A village and township on the Ottawa River, County of Carleton, Ontario. 

Bell's Corners Circuit. 

1866 Robert Bell 

•67 Robert Bell ... 

68 Robert Bell 

69 John Tozeland . . . . .... 

70 Robert Lee 

71 ) United with Bell's Corners 

72 ( 

73 James Simpson . . 

74 See Montreal Conference 



155 


1 80 


1 10 


155 


1 02 


69 


174 


5 00 


3 80 


164 


6 40 


2 10 


115 


4 91 


1 45 


129 


8 00 


2 50 


134 


8 00 


4 00 


189 


8 09 


3 26 


194 


8 24 


4 28 


212 


9 84 


3 74 


190 


9 90 


4 12 


175 


10 00 


4 15 





40 


1 52 


90 




70 


4 75 


1 90 


.... 


72 


4 80 


2 62 




72 


12 00 


10 00 




65 


5 41 


1 43 ' 




29 


5 50 


4 66 



It was formerly part of 



4 00 
3 00 
9 04 
10 93 
10 00 
16 00 
20 00 

20 00 

21 78 

22 50 

26 60 

27 00 



It was formerly part of 



4 00 
12 35 

9 00 
22 00 

4 75 



10 27 



MARKDALE. 

A village in the township of Glenelg, County of Grey, Ontario. Distant from Toronto 92J miles. It 

was formerly part of Artemesia Circuit. 

1870 John H. Robinson . . 



71 .., 

72 David Williams 

73 David Williams... 

74 See Toronto Conference 



164 






133 


1 35 


2 10 


94 


1 02 


74 


131 


2 39 


1 62 


138 


'2 40 


1 80 



5 50 
1 31 
7 35 
7 46 



MARKHAM. 



A village and township in the County of York, Ontario. It was formerly called Reesorville Circuit. 

Distant from Toronto 20 miles. 

1843 John Baxter . ... 

44 John Baxter, John Goodfellow . 350 17 66 .... 5 00 

45 Ezra Adams, George Carr . , ,. ... 316 20 00 . .. 7 50 

46 Ezra Adams, Darius Bettys ;.< ... 315 23 03 ... 8 65 

47 Robert Darlington, William Glass 356 16 03 18 90 



WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



245 



Year 


Names of Ministers. 


No. of 
Members. 


Conting. 
Fund. 


Educa. 
Fund. 


Sup. M. 
Fund. 


1848 


Josenh Messmore. Georffe Case .... 


330 


$20 00 




$17 25 


49 Joseph Messmore, James Gooderham 


271 


20 50 




12 00 


50 Peter Ker, John Webster . 


275 


24 tO 




16 00 




287 


24 25 




14 85 




311 


21 20 




15 12 


53 John Law, William McDonagh 


334 


21 48 




32 00 




308 


32 15 




54 89 


55 Thomas Jeffers, Robert Fowler, M. D 


282 


30 30 


$16 00 


52 00 


56 Thomas Jeffers, Robert Fowler, M.D 


260 


28 37 


9 80 


40 CO 




260 


28 50 


10 00 


40 00 


58 Thomas Campbell, Edward Harris 


287 


26 38 


13 80 


30 78 


59 Thomas Campbell, John F. Messmore 


355 


28 02 


8 67 


34 48 


60 James Norris, James Graham ... ... 


324 


21 57 


7 34 


31 44 


a , T tv T . ( Norman MeHardy, / 
61 James Norns, j George L Haight ^' j 


307 


1C 79 


4 75 


35 25 


62 James Norris, John N. Lake 


297 


11 76 


5 00 


36 00 


63 John N. Lake, Robert 0. Wilson. 


300 


17 36 


6 44 


38 86 


64 John N. Lake, Daniel F. Gee . . 


319 


20 00 


6 65 


40 00 


65 William McFadden, Andrew B. Chambers 


310 


20 20 


6 70 


37 00 


66 William McFadden, John C. Wilson 


287 


19 50 


8 00 


48 00 


67 William McFadden, j ^A. MccSngf' A '' j 


229 


16 85 


6 72 


29 40 


68 Michael Fawcett, Joseph Hall. ... 


234 


21 10 


7 08 


40 00 


69 Michael Fawcett, Albert C. Wilson 


270 


18 00 


11 00 


40 00 


70 William McCullough, Henry Richardson 


290 


18 60 


15 00 


48 00 


71 William McCullough, Edwin S. Washington 


290 


19 00 


12 45 


50 00 


72 Jonathan E. Betts, D. Cattanach . . 


310 


20 00 


10 00 


50 00 


73 Jonathan E. Betts, John Pickering 


287 


22 71 


11 00 


50 50 


74 See Toronto Conference 


342 


25 00 


11 50 


49 00 



101 

89 

76 

90 

108 

111 

92 

64 

119 

148 

133 

130 

155 



2 55 

3 50 
1 19 

1 23 

2 10 

4 14 

3 20 
2 66 



20 
05 
00 
10 
12 
02 
96 
15 
20 
20 
50 
25 
00 



93 
83 
10 
26 
36 
30 



MARMORA. 

A village situated at the celebrated Marmora Iron Works, on Crow River, in the township of Mar- 
mora, County of Hastings, Ontario. Distant from Belleville 27 miles. 

1843 Michael Fawcett 

44 John Williams 118 50 

45 Stephen Miles :... 107 123 

46 Stephen Miles. .. .... .. 117 8 61 

47 Stephen Miles 121 8 80 

48 Stephen Miles 128 7 83 

49 Abraham Dayman • 121 4 20 

50 | 128 4 30 

to > Supplied from Rawdon Mission. 

60 \ 

61 Philip Rose. 

62 Philip Rose. ... 

63 Francis C. Ireland 

64 John A. Dowler . .... 

65 John A. Dowler. 

66 John A. Dowler . .... 

67 Archelaus Doxsee 

68 Archelaus Doxsee 

69 Archelaus Doxsee, William Ryan 

70 John C. Osborne, William H. Cairnduff... .. 119 4 40 

71 John C. Osborne, Orrin German. .. . 148 5 02 

72 John C. Osborne, Arthur B. Hames 133 5 00 

73 William H. Cook, Henry Richardson "... 130 5 70 

74 See Toronto Conference 155 2 90 



1 80 
3 25 
25 
50 
65 
11 
70 
79 



10 80 
14 52 
14 00 
16 75 
8 50 



MATILDA. 

So called from the name of a township on the St. Lawrence, in the County of Dundas, Ontario. 

Distant from Kingston 74 miles. 

1826 Cyrus R. Allison.. . . 

27 ) 

to } .. . . 

30) 

31 Solomon Waldron 

32 Solomon Waldron 360 



246 



CIRCUITS, STATIONS, AND MISSIONS: 



Year 


Names of Ministers. 


No. of 
Members. 


Conting. 
Fund. 


Educa. 
Fund. 


Sup. M. 
Fund. 


1833 Ezra Healey, Vincent B. Howard . . 


400 


* • ^ < 




$4 00 


34 John Carroll, George F. Playter . , . 


467 






3 00 




515 






16 00 


36 Henry Shaler, George Goodsou 


668 






16 16 


37 Asahel Hurlburt, George Goodson 


595 




... 


8 00 




519 


$8 57 




1 60 


39 George Ferguson, Benjamin Nankeville „ 

40 Benjamin Nankeville, Thomas Harmon 


477 


24 73 




58 52 


477 


25 12 




25 55 


41 Benjamin Nankeville 


555 


19 87 


.... 


26 57 




- 532 


17 93 




20 15 




554 


11 92 




• 9 00 


44 Thomas Bevitt, James Elliott 


510 


14 92 


.... 


8 50 


45 Thomas Bevitt, William H. Williams. 


526 


14 92 


.... 


10 25 




419 


9 32 




12 00 


47 John Lever, William McGill. . 


452 


10 74 




18 30 


48 James Musgrove, David C. McDowell ... 


487 


9 40 




18 37 


49 James Musgrove, William Chapman . . . . . 


354 


10 74 




14 38 


50 Asahel Hurlhurt, John G. Witted 


359 


9 40 




16 00 


51 Asahel Hurlhurt, John B. Armstrong.. ... 


352 


13 12 




18 97 


52 Francis Coleman, David Robertson ... 


346 


9 07 




25 67 


53 Francis Coleman, William Burns . 


357 


9 75 




22 75 


54 Francis Coleman, James Masson ... . . . . . 


376 


11 22 




25 00 


55 James Gray, John B. Armstrong .. ... 


430 


15 06 


$7 55 


26 00 


56 James Gray, Henry H. Perdue 


* 550 


16 35 


8 23 


27 00 




t517 


16 58 


8 24 


34 55 


58 Robert Brewster, Richard Hay worth 


425 


10 00 


6 00 


24 18 




350 


7 15 


1 53 


15 37 


60 Robert Brewster, Brock Rose 


350 


7 00 


1 70 


9 25 


61 William Coleman, Thomas H. Walker. 


422 


8 98 


4 00 


17 00 


62 William Coleman, Josiah Greene. . . 


348 


7 56 


3 57 


27 00 


63 David C. McDowell, William H. Rowsom 


330 


5 83 


3 46 


17 50 


64 David C. McDowell, James McCullough . . . . . 


330 


6 00 


3 75 


15 05 




300 


6 15 


4 00 


15 75 


66 William Scott, Elisha Tennant 


318 


6 20 


4 05 


16 20 


67 William Scott... .. 


311 


6 75 


4 05 


13 00 


68 William Morton 


X 178 


5 25 


4 00 


6 50 


69 William Morton. , 


210 


6 02 


5 50 


8 00 


70 William Morton . 


197 


6 08 


5 60 


10 00 


71 William R. Dyre, William Ryan 


231 


6 18 


7 50 


12 00 


72 William R. Dyre 


269 


9 00 


8 10 


16 00 


73 William R. Dyre . . 


262 


10 04 


8 00 


17 00 


74 See Montreal Conference 


264 


8 09 


6 85 


18 00 



MATTAWA. 

A small village on the junction of the Ottawa and Mattawa Rivers in the Nipissing District, Ontario 

Distant from Pembroke 100 miles. 



1872 Robert F. Oliver 

73 .... 

74 See Montreal Conference 



12 

12 



9 60 



MAYNOOTH. 

A village in the township of Monteagle, County of Hastings, Ontario. It was formerly part of the 
Hastings Road and Brudenell Missions. Distant from Belleville 100 miles. 

1866 Archelaus Doxsee 

67 William Sutton ... ....... 

68 William Sutton 

69 William Sutton 

70 Orrin German, Arthur B. Hames 

71 (Philip J. Roblin) 

72 (Philip J. Roblin) 

73 (Philip J. Roblin) ...... 

74 See Toronto Conference ...... . . . 





26 


90 




1 60 




28 


1 03 


75 


1 20 


.... 


32 


1 00 


2 00 


1 25 


..... 


36 


1 40 


2 00 


2 00 


... 


46 


6 22 


4 40 


12 00 




26 


1 00 




1 50 




31 


1 30 




2 10 




32 


2 33 




2 30 



* Three appointments with 45 members set off. 



X Edwardsburg set off. 



t Morrisburg with 200 members set off. 



WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



247 



MEAFORD. 

A village on the south side of Nottawasaga Bay, Lake Huron, in the township of St. Vincent, and 
County of Grey. It was formerly known as St. Vincent Mission. Distant from Colling wood 
24 miles, and from Owen Sound 20 miles. 



Year 



1864 William Hay 
65 William Hay 



Names of Ministers. 



66 
67 



Daniel E. Brownell .... 
Daniel E. Brownell .... 

68 Daniel E. Brownell 

69 Phineas D. Will 

70 Phineas D. Will . 

71 Phineas D. Will, John Turner . . 

72 James Anderson, Thomas R. Reid . 

73 James Anderson, John McCarroll 

74 See Toronto Conference 



No. of 
Members. 



151 
155 
173 
190 
199 
190 
200 
230 
300 
334 



Conting. 
Fund. 



$3 80 

5 42 

6 75 

7 00 

7 60 

8 00 

9 00 
9 20 

10 22 

11 00 



Educa. 
Fund. 



51 86 
2 63 

2 33 

3 50 
2 40 

4 00 
6 00 
6 00 
6 03 
6 31 



Sup 


M. 


Fund. 


$3 


81 


5 


29 


8 


00 


10 


31 


9 


00 


9 


50 


10 00 


7 


00 


10 71 


18 00 



MELBOURNE. 

A village on the west bank of the River St. Francis, in the township of Melbourne, County of 
Richmond, Quebec. Distant fTom Montreal 125 miles, from Three Rivers 70 miles. 



Year 



Ministers. 



No. of 
Members. 



1817 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 

24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
to 
35 
36 

1855 
56 
57 
58 
59 
•60 
61 
62 
63 
64 
65 
66 
67 
68 
69 
70 
71 
72 
73 
74 



Richard Williams, Win. Binning 

Richard Williams 

John De Putron ... 

John De Putron 

Henry Pope .... 

Henry Pope 



Three Rivers united with it. 
James Knowlan 

Joseph Stinson 

Joseph Stinson 

William Faulkner 

William Macdonald 
William Macdonald .. 



61 
46 
66 

71 

75 
72 

91 

71 
59 
59 
90 

90 
80 
80 



> Supplied from adjacent Circuits. 

John Raine, B. Hitchcock . 

Thomas Constable, Benjamin Cole 

Thomas Constable, Benjamin Cole 

Thomas Constable, Benjamin Cole 

John Bate, Isaac B. Tallman 

John Bate, Thomas W Jeffery 
John S. Evans, William Hicks . . 
John S. Evans, William H. Pcake . . 
William Hansford, James E. Richardson. . 
William Hansford, James E. Richardson. 
William Hansford, Hugh Cairns 

Thomas W. Jeffery, Hugh Cairns 

Thomas W. Jeffery, Osborne Lambly, B.A. 
Thomas W. Jeffery, Thomas Bell . . 
George Washington, Robert McCulloch 
George Washington, Robert McCulloch . . . 
George Washington . . 

William Jackson ... 

William Jackson 

William Jackson .-..,. 

See Montreal Conference 



Yearj Ministers. 

I 


1837 John Raine, B. Hitchcock 

38 John B. Selley 

39 John Borland 

40 John Borland 

41 Edmund Botterell . 

42 Edmund Botterell 

43 John Raine .... 



No, of 
Members. 



44 John Raine 

45 John Borland 

46 John Borland . . 

47 John Borland 

Danville united with it. 

48 Benjamin Slight . .... 

49 Benjamin Slight, George Douglas 

50 Benjamin Slight 

51 William Scott 

52 William Scott . . 

53 Malcolm McDonald 

54 Malcolm McDonald 



337 
254 
405 
:340 
210 
183 
230 
182 
176 
180 
158 
96 
76 
158 
187 
200 
196 
150 
164 



150 
151 

176 
218 
277 
260 
270 
261 
262 
257 

298 
290 





4 


07 


4 07 


13 00 


6 


00 


9 80 


15 43 


6 


15 


17 00 


12 00 


8 


00 


20 00 


12 25 


4 


65 


20 15 


6 58 


2 


46 


13 65 


8 02 


3 


73 


14 76 


5 11 


4 


05 


11 67 


8 07 


4 


35 


16 08 


4 23 


2 


28 


9 48 


5 20 


2 


40 


9 30 


6 00 


3 


00 


10 00 


6 00 


2 


00 


10 00 


6 00 


2 


00 


10 00 


7 73 


5 


00 


16 93 


8 53 


5 


00 


18 04 


6 20 


6 


66 


17 90 


8 16 


/ 


00 


8 00 


4 02 


4 


84 


7 68 


5 65 


3 


68 


12 00 



* Sherbrooke set off. 



+ Danville set off. 



Durham set off. 



248 



CIRCUITS, STATIONS AND MISSIONS. 



MERRICKVILLE. 

A village on the Rideau Canal, in the township of Wolford, County of Grenville, Ontario. Distant 

from Brockville 29 miles, from Perth 26 miles. 



« 

Year 



Names of Ministers. 



1847 Vincent B. Howard . . . 

48 Vincent B. Howard 

49 Thomas Bevitt 

50 Thomas Bevitt ... 

51 Erastus Hurlburt 

52 Erastus Hurlburt .... 

53 David Jennings 

54 David Jennings 

55 Robert Brewster. 

56 Robert Brewster 

57 Robert Brewster, William Norton 

58 Robert Hobbs, Alexander Drennan . . 

59 Richard M. Hammond, Thomas Bell 

60 Richard M. Hammond, William W. Ross . . 

61 William McGill, William Sheridan.. 

62 William McGill, Thomas G. Williams. . . 

63 William McGill, William H. Schofield, B.A. 

64 Charles Taggart, Elisha Tennant 

65 Charles Taggart, Robert Bruce 

66 Charles Taggart, Richard A. Kerr 

67 Ebenezer Robson, Robert McCulloch 

68 Ebenezer Robson, Thomas Haddon 

69 Ebenezer Robson, Jabez B. Saunders ... 

70 William McGill, Robert B. Hare 

71 William McGill, John B. Wass, B.A . 

i Jeremiah W. Annis 



72 William McGill, 

73 William Sheridan, Joseph Ward. . 

74 See Montreal Conference 



No. of 


Con ting. 


Educa. 


Members. 


Fund. 


Fund. 


245 


$2*37 




234 


3 60 




187 


3 60 




167 


2 59 




153 


3 00 




162 


4 00 




136 


5 20 




133 


' 4 00 




140 


4 30 


$1 40' 


153 


6 10 


3 00 


311 


6 10 


3 00 


300 


4 00 


4 00 


283 


4 00 


4 07 


297 


4 06 


4 10 


259 


4 50 


3 62 


245 


4 62 


3 66 


248 


5 40 


3 68 


250 


5 65 


1 50 


242 


8 46 


4 40 


300 


7 10 


3 25 


325 


13 06 


7 37 


330 


14 84 


9 00 


295 


12 03 


13 00 


280 


12 13 


17 33 


269 


12 25 


8 78 


259 


12 20 


6 75 


245 


13 00 


5 00 



MERRITTON. 



Sup. M. 
Fund. 



$3 32 



A village in the township of Grantham, County of Lincoln, Ontario. 

2 miles. 

1871 John Ridley 

72 James Pearen, B.A 

73 John H. Robinson .... 

74 See London Conference 



40 
65 
60 
00 
12 
50 

3 50 
s 4 00 

4 25 
4 25 
8 00 

8 00 
11 78 
18 50 
16 00 
18 00 

9 50 
15 00 

21 09 
42 11 
32 00 
20 00 

22 50 

32 50 

22 60 
25 00 



Distant from St. Catharines 



vl00 


4 64 


3 00 


109 


6 97 


3 48 


130 


8 00 


4 10 



5 00 

10 55 

7 00 



METCALFE. 
A village in the township of Emily, County of Victoria, Ontario. 



1850 John Sanderson 

51 Thomas McMullen 

52 John C. Osborne 

53 John C. Osbome 

54 Levi Vanderburg 

55 William Briden 

56 William Briden ... 

57 Name changed to Omemee, which see 



150 


3 25 




180 


6 00 




128 


7 10 




126 


10 00 




142 


10 50 




130 


11 25 


2 50 


145 


13 20 


3 00 



2 50 

4 00 

5 00 
7 00 

3 00 
10 00 
12 00 



METIS. 



1866 Samuel E. Maudsley 

67 Samuel E. Maudsley . . . 

68 William W. Ross 

69 George H. Field 

70 Henry Irvine . . . 

71 Henry Irvine 

72 Henry Irvine ... 

73 Alexander Drennan . . 

74 See Montreal Conference . 



A village and township in the County of Rimouski, Quebec. 



— 


15 


•• 






23 
31 


4 23 


3 54 






31 








21 


2-90 


1 50 


• • •• ■•••>•••*• 


23 


1 62 




. . . ■••■■<■• ... 


20 


2 85 


2 40 


. . 


12 


3 46 


1 39 



3 66 
7 22 

i 20 

4 53 
3 83 



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249 



MILFORD. 

A village situated on Black River, in the township of Marysburg, County of Prince Edward, Ontario. 
Distant from Picton 7 miles, from Kingston 40 miles. It was formerly part of Picton Circuit. 



'Year 



Names of Ministers. 



1857 Joel Briggs, Hugh McLean , 

58 Joel Briggs, Edwin Fessant 

59 Joel Briggs, Bichard N. Adams 

60 John English, Isaac Gold . . 

61 John English, John Armstrong (B).. , 

62 John English, Alexander Lester ....... 

63 Richard Potter, James Kines ...,.",.., 

64 Richard Potter, James Kines .... 

65 James Thompson, John W Wicher. 

66 James Thompson, William Jackson 

67 Thomas Cobb, Samuel Connor . 

68 Isaac Weldon, Thomas Campbell ...... 

69 Isaac Weldon, William Rilance , 

70 Isaac Weldon, John W. Bell 

■ 71 William Coleman, j ^So^' 

72 William Ryan, Samuel Salton 

73 William Ryan, William P. Brown . ... 
»74 See Toronto Conference 



No. of 
Members^ 



355 
320 
330 

341 
323 

298 
270 
300 

357 
387 
400 
321 
308 

335 

308 
314 

294 



Conting. 


Fund. 


$9" 83 


10 00 


9 00 


8 00 


7 56 


7 34 


9 91 


8 55 


9 00 


11 86 


7 10 


10 12 


7 70 


6 57 


6 50 


7 08 


7 25 



Educa. 
Fund. 



$3 16 



00 

50 
00 
63 
75 
71 
00 
75 
00 
00 
91 
00 



3 35 

3 24 
3 85 
2 52 



Sup. M. 
Fund. 



$12 00 

19 15 
16 00 

16 00 

17 34 
12 00 

12 50 

13 00 

17 00 

18 50 

20 00 

14 00 
25 25 

20 03 

12 50 
16 00 
16 50 



MILLBANK. 

A village in the township of Mornington, County of Perth, Ontario. 

Mission. 



It was formerly Wellesley 



67 Andrew Milliken, James Pearen . 











68 Andrew Millilen Isaac Tovell 


338 


15 26 


7 26 


40 00 


69 John Hough 


311 


11 30 


10 00 


32 00 


70 John Hough . . .... 


125 


6 00 


3 30 


10 15 


71 John Hough . . . . 


115 


6 08 


3 90 


10 40 


72 Nathaniel Smith.. . 


157 


6 35 


3 95 


12 00 


73 Nathaniel Smith.. .... 


146 


7 00 


3 00 


12 50 


74 See London Conference 


128 


5 60 


2 75- 


9 00 


MILLBROOK. 











A village in the township of Cavan, County of Durham, Ontario. Distant from Port Hope 13 miles. 

It was formerly part of Peterboro' Circuit. 

1849 Charles Turver, Andrew A. Smith . 

50 Charles Turver 

51 William Morton.. 

52 William Morton.. . ... . . 

53 James Hughes.. .. 

54 James Hughes.. . . .... ... 

55 James Hughes, Samuel Down . 

56 William Young . . . 

57 Thomas Demorest, William Young.. 

58 Richard Whiting, James D. Ogilvie 

59 Richard Whiting, James "Vv hiting . . 

60 Thomas Stobbs, George H. Field.. 

61 Thomas Stobbs, John Shannon 

62 Thomas Stobbs, Nathaniel S. Burwash ... 

rq t„™„„ n ai„+ „ i Wm. F. Morrison, B.A., 

63 James C. Slater, j Wm Q Washing i on> B-A 

64 James C. Slater, William Halstead.. 

65 James C. Slater, William Halstead. , . 

66 Thomas Cosford, Cornelius A. Jones . . 

67 Thomas Cosford, John Wilson, B.A. . 

68 Thomas Cosford, Thomas Cardus. . . . 

69 Francis Coleman, j Arthur Bloomfield , 

70 Francis Coleman, James Awde. . 



71 Francis Coleman, Jos. L. Forster 

72 Richard Clarke, John A. Jewell. 

73 Richard Clarke, Edward Hill . . 

74 See Toronto Conference 



391 
319 
284 
353 
297 
272 
251 
306 
261 
400 
340 
319 
356 

400 

374 
356 
391 
357 
350 

350 

306 
292 
310 
300 
300 



10 92 




12 30 




12 58 




14 27 




14 60 




14 75 


4 50 


14 78 


4 50 


22 95 


6 74 


24 00 


8 00 


22 81 


8 00 


18 15 


8 00 


14 69 


8 66 


10 08 


6 88 


11 50 


7 14 


13 27 


7 46 


13 08 


7 43 


12 18 


6 68 


16 50 


8 50 


18 00 


9 00 


18 50 


20 00 


13 76 


13 00 


15 34 


17 50 


15 55 


13 00 


15 60 


8 00 


16 00 


8 50 



10 


00 


10 20 


13 


25 


16 74 


18 


00 


16 


25 


18 


50 


34 92 


65 


00 


32 


00 


33 00 


30 07 


38 60 


32 


13 


35 


00 


31 


34 


34 67 


48 


50 


52 75 


52 7& 


53 30 


50 


00 


50 25 


57 


60 


60 


00 



250 



CIRCUITS, STATIONS AND MISSIONS. 



MILTON. 

The County Town of the County of Halton, Ontario. It is situate in the township of Trafalgar, and 
is distant from Hamilton 22 miles, from Toronto 38 miles. It was formerly part of the Nelson 
Circuit. 



Year 



Names of Ministers. 



1854 John Hunt ... 

55 John Hunt 

56 John Law 

57 Francis Coleman . . 

58 Francis Coleman . ... 

59 George Goodson, John Sanderson (B). 

60 George Goodson, Hall Christopherson 

61 George Goodson, Henry Bartlett ...... 

62 John A. Williams, Edmund S. Rupert, B.A. 

63 John A. Williams, Le Roy Hooker 

64 Jonathan E. Betts, D. G. Sutherland, B.A. . 

65 Jonathan E. Betts, George Rogers 

66 Jonathan ,. Betts, j ^K^T' ^ 

67 William S. Blackstock, Thomas Brock 

68 William S. Blackstock, Benjamin Clement. . 

69 William S. Blackstock, Benjamin Clement. 

70 Thomas W Jeffery, Edward H. Taylor . . 

71 Thomas W Jeffery 

72 Thomas W Jeffery.. 

73 James Gray 

74 See London Conference.. 



No. of 


Conting. 


Educa. 


Members. 


Fund. 


Fund. 


245 


$20 00 


$7 00 


235 


21 58 


12 31 


211 


25 00 


6 10 


242 


24 52 


6 92 


267 


22 00 


7 12 


324 


14 41 


7 32 


306 


11 91 


6 63 


303 


12 30 


8 08 


264 


15 00 


13 00 


295 


14 20 


11 00 


275 


11 95 


5 10 


263 


12 21 


5 84 


258 ■ 


16 76 


9 68 


268 


13 96 


4 38 


269 


16 53 


9 44 


265 


14 25 


11 58 


260 


14 25 


15 44 


130 


11 05 


9 00 


176 


11 10 


6 00 


183 


18 50 


7 38 



Sup. M. 
Fund. 



$21 25 
23 00 
28 00 

32 25 

33 66 

34 00 
37 11 
50 00 
46 50 
44 00 
44 05 

48 42 

54 90 
48 20 
56 50 

59 75 

60 00 

40 00 

41 00 
41 75 



MINDEN. 

A small village in the township of Anson, County of Victoria, Ontario. 

River Mission. 

1862 William Sheridan . . 

63 William Short 

64 William Short.. ..... 

65 William Short 

66 William H. Schofield, B.A., John H. Robinson 

67 William H. Schofield, M.A. 

68 Joseph H. Stinson .... 

69 Joseph H. Stinson . 

70 Joseph H. Stinson . 

71 John Hiscox 

72 William Craig 

73 John C. Henderson . 

74 See Toronto Conference 



It was formerly called Gull 




38 


2 15 




40 


1 25 




45 


40 




52 






58 


1 22 


1 50 


80 


1 45 


1 57 


89 


4 68 


5 00 


73 


4 80 


6 00 


87 


2 32 


8 00 


73 


2 68 


1 71 


73 




2 00 


96 


1 25 


■2 25 



2 40 


2 46 


1 00 


2 62 


7 00 


14 00 


15 00 


15 50 


6 00 


7 00 


5 14 



MISSISSIPPI. 



So called from the name of a River which runs through the County of Lanark, Ontario. 



1825 Samuel Belton 

26 United with Perth .... 

27 William H. Williams.. 

28 Alvah Adams 

29 John Black . 

30 Charles Wood 

31 Simon Huntingdon . 

32 James Brock 

Bonchire united with it. 

33 James Brock 

34 William McFadden, Daniel Berney 

35 William McFadden, John Mclntyre 

• 36 John Mclntjre, Vincent B. Howard 

37 Stephen Brownell, John Armstrong . . . 

38 John Armstrong, William Willoughby . 

39 Alvah Adams, Thomas Harmon . 

40 Alvah Adams, \ Wellington Jetfers, 

' ( Reuben E. Tupper, 



51 






71 






115 






142 






205 






183 






171 






• 199 






203 


.... 




193 





.v . . 


209 


16 00 




231 


18 78 




228 


12 70 






5 90 
9 00 

10,58 
9 87 
5 34 

10 00 

1 00 



WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



251 





Names of Ministers. 


No. of 


Conting. 


Educa. 


Sup. M. 






Members. 


Fund. 


Fund. 


Fund. 


1841 


'Alvah Adams J Reuben E. Tupper, ) 
' ( John Gemley, \ 


349 


$7 65 






42 George Goodson, John Gemley 


393 


13 50 




$4 15 


43 George Goodson, Ephraim B. Harper 


412 


13 60 




4 31 


44 George Beynon, Ozias Barber 


*433 


16 00 




4 50 


45 George Beynon, Charles Taggart 


375 


13 50 




8 58 


46 James Hughes, Robert Robinson .... 


347 


13 24 




3 37 


47 James Hughes, William M. Pattyson 


350 


13 00 




4 00 


48 Benjamin Nankeville, William Chapman 


353 


13 30 




6 50 


49 Name changed to Carleton and Pakenham 


333 


15 73 




9 25 



MITCHELL. 

A village in the townships of Logan and Fullarton, County of Perth, Ontario. 

ford 12 miles, from Goderich 32 miles. 

1853 

54 



Distant from Strat- 



Lucius Adams . . 
Lucius Adams, 
Isaac B. Aylesworth, M.D.. 

55 Isaac B. Aylesworth, M.D., William Hay 

56 Andrew A. Smith, John Hough . 

57 Andrew A. Smith, Stephen Bond .... 

58 John S. Evans, George H. Cornish . . 

59 John S. Evans, William F. Morrison. 

60 Orrin H. Ellsworth, John Neelands . . 

61 Orrin H. Ellsworth, James Barker. 

62 Asahel Hurlburt, Colman Bristol, B.A . . . . 

63 Asahel Hurlburt, George Leech 

64 Thomas S. Howard, Henry W P. Allan 

65 Thomas S. Howard, George McRae . ... 

66 Thomas S. Howard, 'Charles A. Hanson.. . . 

67 William R. Dyre, James McCartney 

68 William R. Dyre, Ezra A. Healey 

69 William E. Dyre, Nelson Saunders 

70 William Hawke, Ezekiel Richardson . 

71 William Hawke, Coverdale Watson. . . . 

72 Samuel Wilson, Silas J. Hughes. 

73 Samuel Wilson 

74 See London Conference 



56 

111 
161 

188 
184 
260 
260 
233 
275 
261 
250 
220 
250 
254 
248 
247 
248 
250 
270 
+ 290 
145 



6 10 

7 18 

8 02 

5 83 

6 95 
16 79 

20 00 

12 25 
14 61 

13 08 

14 04 
16 15 
18 21 
18 60 
18 79 

21 76 

21 89 

22 05 
10 89 



$1 20 
2 43 



4 
2 
3 
6 
11 
7 
6 
5 
5 
6 



50 
88 
63 
35 
00 
92 
01 
00 
42 
25 



10 23 
10 99 

6 90 
10 55 
10 00 
10 21 

4 25 



10 00 
8 25 
10 14 
10 20 
8 05 
33 00 
40 00 
27 08 
26 02 

29 00 

30 25 
30 50 
36 05 

40 44 

41 78 

42 93 
50 00 
50 50 
30 00 



MOIRA. 

A village in the township of Hungerford, County of Hastings, Ontario. It was formerly part of the 
Hungerford Circuit. Distant from Belleville 16 miles. 

1870 Richard Potter . . 

71 Richard Potter ... ... 220 

72 Joseph H. Chant. ... 200 

73 Joseph H. Chant .... . 186 

74 See Toronto Conference . . 166 

MONO. 

A village on the Humber, in the County of Cardwell, at the junction of the townships of Mono, 
Caledon and Albion. Distant from Toronto 40 miles, from Malton 22 miles. 



9 00 


8 84 


8 50 


9 00 



5 00 


20 00 


4 70 


21 00 


3 75 


16 00 


3 00 


19 00 



1839 

40 John Neelands . . . 

41 John Neelands . . . ...... 

42 ) . . • 

to > Supplied from adjoining Circuits or Missions. 

44 ) 

45 William Glass 

.„ \ William S. Blackstock, 
*° j Henry Reid, 

47 Cornelius Flummerfelt . 

48 John Goodfellow 

49 John Goodfellow 
60 William Dignam 
51 William Dignam .... 



60 

115 

97 



161 

267 

286 
158 
149 
150 
151 



1 00 



2 00 

4 65 

5 05 
5 07 
8 00 



50 
3 00 



00 
26 
20 



3 00 
8 50 



Sherbrooke set off. 



+ Fullarton set off. 



252 



CIRCUITS, STATIONS AND MISSIONS. 



Year 


Names of Ministers. 


No. of 
Members. 


Conting. 
Fund. 


Educa. 
Fund. 


Sup. M. 
Fund. 


1852 William Dignam 


320 


|5 00 




$6 30 


53 William Steer .... 


349 


5 12 




6 50 


54 John L. Kerr . 


396 


12 34 




9 00 


55 Charles W. M. Gilbert 


430 


12 77 


$2 43 


11 54 


56 Charles W. M. Gilbert, William Hay ... 


440 


19 55 


2 53 


43 60 




449 


19 78 


2.63 


44 00 


58 Richard Pinch, John Scott . ... 


368 


8 00 




16 00 


59 Richard Pinch, George Stenning ' . . . 


344 


12 15 


8 20 


24 31 


60 Richard Pinch, William C. Watson 


363 


15 78 


8 20 


52 48 


61 John W Savage, Wesley Casson ...... . 


343 


19 73 


8 73 


45 61 


en t a. tir o I J. H. Mullholland, ) 

62 John W Savage, j Mannaduke Pears0 ' nj { • • • • 


368 


16 00 


9 00 


40 00 


63 James Goodwin, John Corbett ..... 


381 


15 85 


9 06 


35 00 


64 James Goodwin, Shem Blanshard .... 


394 


15 85 


7 76 


40 70 


65 James Goodwin, Shem Blanshard 


380 


16 21 


7 29 


40 82 


66 William Lund, Shem Blanshard 


390 


20 86 


8 68 


50 44 


67 David Hunt, Oliver E. Burch 


356 


17 58 


8 74 


53 83 


68 David Hunt, Joseph Colling 


370 


20 20 


9 00 


54 00 




370 


18 13 


9 00 


40 00 


70 Christopher Hamilton 


125 


7 00 


4 00 


13 50 


71 Christopher Hamilton 


110 


7 20 


5 35 


14 00 


72 John Smiley, M. A ' 


117 


7 25 


5 45 


14 50 


73 John Smiley, M. A . . .... 


99 


7 69 


3 60 


13 06 


74 See Toronto Conference ... 


92 


5 54 


3 70 


14 00 



MONTREAL. 



( The chief City of the Province of Quebec, 
the St. Lawrence and Ottawa Rivers. 



It is built on the Island of Montreal at the confluence of 
It is distant from Toronto 333 miles, from Quebec 180 
miles, from Portland 292 miles, and from Liverpool, England, 2750 miles. In the year 1802 the 
first Methodist Class was formed in Montreal by the Rev. Joseph Sawyer, who was then stationed 
on the Bay Quinte Circuit. 



I. 


Ministers connected with the New York Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church, U.S. 


Year 


Ministers. 


No. of 
Members. 


Year Ministers. 


No. of 
Members. 


1803 
4 
5 

6 


Samuel Merwin. . . , 

Samuel Coate (Presiding Elder) . 

1 Samuel Coate ) 

( Nathan Bangs \ .... 


10 
12 
20 

20 


1807 Nathan Bangs ... 

8 Thomas Madden 

9 Joseph Scull . 


20 
16 
28 



II. Ministers connected with the Genesee Conference, the New York Conference having been divided. 



1816 William Brown 

17 William Barlow . 

18 Elias Brown. 

19 Auroro Seager . 

20 Truman Dixon . 



No record of 
► membership 
accessible. 



1810 Joseph Scull 28 

11 James Mitchell.. 35 

12 Thomas Burch . . 36 

13 Thomas Burch . . ) No record of 

14 Thomas Burch. > membership 

15 Daniel Brumley . . ) accessible. 

Note. — The dissatisfaction caused by the war of 1812-15 led to the withdrawal of the American 
Ministers, and the sending of Missionaries by the British Wesleyan Conference. In 1814 the first 
Minister was sent from England, and for the ensuing six years both English and American Methodism 
had its representative stationed in Montreal. 



III. Ministers connected 

1814 Richard Williams 

,- t John B. Strong, ) 
j John De Putron, \ 



16 John De Putron 

17 James Booth, Richard Pope 

18 Robert L. Lusher ; 

19 John Hick 

20 John Hick 

21 Jas. Knowlan, Robert L. Lusher 

22 Jas. Knowlan, Robert L. Lusher 



56 

67 

80 

95 

122 

119 

161 



with the British Conference. 

1823 Jas. Knowlan, Robert L. Lusher 

24 Henry Pope . . ...... 

25 Henry Pope 

26 Robert Alder ... 

27 Joseph Stinson. . . 

28 John Hick ... . 

29 John Hick ... 

30 John Hick . . . .\. ... 

31 William Squire ... 

32 William Squire 



120 
151 
121 
121 
133 
150 
155 
155 
172 
187 



WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



253 



Year 



Ministers. 



1833 W. Oroscombe, 



InghamSutcliffe 
John Barry, 

34 William Crosoombe 

35 William Lord, Matthew Richey. 

36 Wm. M. Harvard, Jno. B. Selley 

37 Robert L. Lusher, E Botterell . . 

38 Robt. L. Lusher, R. Hutchinson 

39 R. L. Lusher, J. P. Hetherington 

40 Robt L. Lusher, William Squire, 

John P Hetherington . 

41 Wm. Squire, John Borland 

ac -nr ci \ John Borland, 

42 Wm. Squire, j Robert ^^ 

43 Matthew Lang, Jno. B. Brownell, 

Robert Cooney 

44 Matthew Lang, Jno. B. Brownell, 

Robert Cooney 

45 Matthew Richey, Chas. Churchill, 

George H. Davis ... 



No. of 
Members. 



350 

395 
405 
560 

585 
510 
420 



384 
412 

566 



624 
720 
770 



'Year! 



Ministers. 



1846 Matthew Richey, Chas. Churchill, 
George H. Davis 

47 Matthew Richey, Chas. Churchill. 

48 John Jenkins, Chas. De Wolfe . . 

Lachlin Taylor . . ...... 

49 John Jenkins, Chas. De Wolfe, 

Chas. Lavell, Henry (.'ox 

50 John Jenkins, Charles De Wolfe, 

Charles Lavell 

51 John Jenkins, William Squire, 

George N. A. F. T. Dickson. 

52 John Jenkins, William Squire, 

\ Geo. N. A. F. T. Dickson ) 
| George Douglas 1 , \ 

53 John Jenkins, William Scott, 
George Douglas, 
James H. Bishop, 



No. of 
Members. 



803 

883 

890 

890 
880 





o 


. 


o 




■n 


r^ 


JO 


a 




a 


o> 




QJ 


o 






Note. — In 1851 Montreal was divided into three separate circuits, namely, Montreal Centre, 
Montreal West, and Montreal East. Mr. Jenkins had charge of the Centre Circuit, Air. Squire of the 
West, and Mr. Dickson of the East. In 1854 the Lower Canada District, which had been connected 
with the British Wesleyan Conference, became united with the Canada Wesleyan Conference. 



IV. Ministers connected with the Canada Wesleyan Methodist Conference. 
(The Circuits are here named as they now stand in the Minutes of Conference.) 

MONTREAL FIRST— ST. JAMES STREET. 
(From 1854 to 1870 known as " Montreal Centre.") 



Year 



Names of Ministers. 



1854 Wellington Jeffers 

55 Wellington Jeffers 

56 Wellington Jeffers 

57 John Gemley . . 

58 John Gemley, Ebenezer Robson . . . 

59 John Gemley . 

60 Isaac B. Howard . 

61 Ephraim B. Harper, M.A 

62 Ephraim B. Harper, M.A., Wm. Wood Squire, B.A 

63 Ephraim B. Harper, M.A., Charles Lavell, M.A. 

64 James Elliott, Charles Lavell, M.A 

65 James Elliott, William Briggs 

66 James Elliott, William Briggs 

67 George Douglas, John B. Clarkson, B.A. 

68 George Douglas, John B. Clarkson, B.A. 

69 George Douglas, John B. Clarkson, B.A. 

70 John Potts 

71 John Potts . . . 

72 John Potts 

73 Alexander Sutherland. 

74 See Montreal Conference 




250 
313 
353 
376 

366 
364 
386 
388 
585 
585 
431 
152 
485 
298 
301 
399 
429 
448 
516 
487 



$86 30 
108 82 
108 00 



104 
118 
137 
164 
144 
171 
142 
154 
174 
162 
157 
149 
222 
177 
194 
191 



74 
25 
28 
21 
91 
25 
11 
84 
45 
14 
19 
18 
74 
98 
00 
78 



Educa. 
Fund. 



*57 23 
56 07 
49 00 
60 00 
62 58 

56 90 
04 07 
62 44 
73 60 
77 30 

57 35 
90 80 
84 27 



14 
08 



69 
107 

108 00 

166 00 

155 92 

76 14 

89 66 



Sup. M. 
Fund. 



$118 43 
90 61 
1.60 00 
206 50 
213 15 
204 00 
467 55 
531 00 
57S 78 
585 00 

1000 00 
632 00 
483 32 
493 45 
553 65 
574 75 
756 87 
964 00 
777 40 



MONTREAL SECOND— OTTAWA STREET. 
(From 1854 to 1866 known as " Montreal West,"' and from 1867 to 1870 as " Montreal South.") 

1854 William Scott 

55 George Young 142 

56 George Young, Samuel Wilson 165 13 43 I 6 75 12 00 

57 George Young... .. 114 15 40 ' 8 25 34 00 

58 Isaac B. Howard 175 22 00 i 11 18 28 00 



* Dorchester Street set off. 



254 



CIRCUITS, STATIONS AND MISSIONS. 



Year 



Names of Ministers. 



1859 Isaac B. Howard. . . 

60 Edward Hartley Dewart 

61 Joshua H. Johnson, M.A 

62 Joshua H. Johnson, M.A , 

63 Joshua H. Johnson, M.A . 

64 George Douglas, James A. Gordon 

65 George Douglas, James A. Gordon 

66 George Douglas, Hugh Johnston, M.A. 

67 George McRitchie, Joshua P. Lewis , 

68 George McRitchie, Thomas Derrick 

69 George McRitchie, Alexander Hardie. M.A. 

70 Samuel J. Hunter, Alexander Hardie, M.A., 

71 Samuel J. Hunter . . ... 

72 Samuel J. Hunter 

73 John Wilson ... 

74 See Montreal Conference . . . . 



No. of 


Conting. 


Educa. 


Members. 


Fund. 


Fund. 


161 


$19 43 


$11 50 


176 


21 90 


9 52 


160 


18 17 


14 47 


163 


24 43 


9 74 


292 


31 98 


17 43 


294 


45 81 


19 00 


229 


35 30 


17 90 


224 


36 21 


20 87 


268 


50 32 


21 00 


250 


50 13 


22 94 


240 


45 88 


23 85 


255 


46 05 


20 00 


243 


48 15 


28 75 


272 


49 98 


28 97 


177 


31 56 


14 75. 


200 


32 52 


14 91 



Sup. M. 
Fund. 



$28 00 
31 50 
16 65 
86 84 
98 65 

103 60 
80 00 
82 42 
91 35 
91 72 
77 50 

131 00 
85 72 
79 00 
60 56 
85 00 



MONTREAL THIRD— PALACE STREET. 
(From 1854 to 1870 known as " Montreal East.") 



1854 James H. Bishop. 

55 Joseph Jones 

56 Joseph E. Sanderson, B.A. 

57 Joseph E. Sanderson, B.A. 

58 Edward B. Ryckman, B.A. . . 

59 Edward B. Ryckman, B. A . 

60 William R. Parker, B.A. 

61 William R. Parker, B.A. . 

62 William R. Parker, B.A. 

63 Henry F. Bland 

64 Henry F. Bland, Thomas Derrick. 

65 Henry F Bland, Thomas Derrick .... 

66 John Borland, John B. Clarksbn, B.A. 

67 John Borland, Samuel J. Hunter. . . 

68 John Borland, Samuel J. Hunter 

69 James A. Gordon... . ... 

70 James A. Gordon, Alexander Campbell . 

71 James A. Gordon, Alexander Campbell . 

72 William Galbraith 

73 William Galbraith . 

74 See Montreal Conference 



60 




• ■ * * 


66 


• • • 




122 


12 18 


4 55 


175 


20 82 


7 27 


106 


16 25 


8 05 


123 


24 17 


11 50 


112 


22 65 


13 25 


180 


16 00 


15 25 


171 


26 30 


13 75 


180 


33 00 


16 00 


200 


35 91 


16 02 


220 


39 00 


18 45 


260 


45 37 


20 37 


257 


49 16 


29 95 


265 


59 46 


31 79 


233 


58 17 


38 97 


250 


59 17 


39 58 


261 


59 30 


41 95 


269 


51 52 


26 52 


136 


36 08 


17 56 


150 


39 01 


17 60 



5 00 

11 50 
16 00 

12 00 
11 00 
25 50 
32 50 

54 00 

55 25 
60 47 
63 19 
69 87 

105 59 
65 59 
75 03 
84 53 
59 92 

35 75 

36 00 



MONTREAL FOURTH— DORCHESTER STREET. 
(Prior to 1867 part of Montreal First ; from 1867 to 1870 known as " Montreal West Circuit.") 



1867 William Briggs .... 

68 George M. Meacham, M.A. 

69 George M. Meacham, M.A. 

70 George M. Meacham. M.A. 

71 George Douglas, LL.D 

72 George Douglas, LL. D 

73 William W. Ross 

74 See Montreal Conference 



140 






152 


51 47 


25 58 


178 


41 21 


25 20 


188 


50 74 


25 25 


198 


62 15 


34 90 


139 


60 39 


25 30 


165 


57 96 


30 76 


161 


91 56 


40 15 



144 20 
149 53 
172 61 
200 00 
51 38 
162 25 
208 00 



MONTREAL FIFTH— ST. JOSEPH STREET. 

1870 George Douglas, LL.D.... 

71 Joseph W. Sparling, B.A. ' 

72 Joseph W. Sparling, B.A., B.D . ".'." .... 

73 James Awde .... 

74 See Montreal Conference 



121 


25 90 


10 00 


127 


38 90 


19 00 


127 


27 58 


16 46 


129 


31 20 


17 32 



40 28 

33 21 

34 75 

41 45 



MONTREAL SIXTH— SHERBROOKE STREET. 



1872 Andrew B. Chambers . . . 

73 Andrew B. Chambers . . 

74 See Montreal Conference 



126 
181 



32 67 
43 26 



14 50 
23 75 



50 09 
66 90 



WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



255 



MONTREAL SEVENTH— WELLINGTON STREET. 



Year 



Names of Ministers. 



No. of 
Members. 



1872 Ezra A. Healy, B.A. . . . 

73 James Armstrong .... 

74 See Montreal Conference 



67 
90 



Conting. 
Fund. 



$20 83 
21 00 



Eduea. 
Fund. 



$9 20 
9 67 



Sup. M. 
Fund. 



$20 16 
35 25 



MONTREAL EIGHTH— ST. LAMBERT STREET. 



1872 A. Lee Holmes, B.A. 

73 Charles E. Mclntyre . . . .. 

74 See Montreal Conference 



12 
12 



40 
73 



30 
68 



4 75 

7 09 



MONTREAL NINTH— LACHINE. 



1867 William Isaac Shaw, B.A., LL.B. 

68 William Isaac Shaw, B.A., LL.B. 

69 George H. Squire, B.A 

70 Supplied from Montreal Fifth. . 

71 Thomas Colling, B.A.. 

72 Thomas Colling, B.A 

73 Thomas Colling, B.A. 
•74 See Montreal Conference 



43 
60 
81 

20 
20 
24 



8 62 
13 03 
15 00 



32 
72 
80 



02 
28 
90 

12 
00 
00 



8 38 
17 32 
34 00 

6 25 

6 33 

7 00 



MOORETOWN. 

A village in the township of Moore, on the River St. Clair, County of Lambton, Ontario. 

from Sarnia 10 miles. 



Distant 



1857 John Hodgson, Oliver E. Burch .... 

58 John Hodgson.. . 

59 James Hughes (B) 

60 James Hughes (B), David Brethour. . . . 

61 Thomas Culbert, Ebenezer Teskey . . 

62 Thomas Culbert, Ebenezer Teskey 

63 Thomas Culbert, Abel Edwards 

64 Ezra A. Stafford, Robert H. Waddell. 

65 Ezra A. Stafford, Eli Wigle . . 

66 Thomas Hurlburt, George Rich . 

67 Thomas Hurlburt, William P. Magwood 

68 William Hicks 

69 William Hicks, John Grenfell 

70 George Clarke, Alfred M. Phillips 

7 1 George Clarke 

72 George Clarke, William Austin 

Name changed to Moore. 

73 John Neelands, John T. Smith 

74 See London Conference. 



35 
100 
150 
144 
148 
148 
137 
128 
160 
150 
180 
180 
135 
157 
182 
100 

97 
135 



11 10 


4 00 


9 00 


4 00 


4 59 


3 83 


5 63 


2 21 


5 68 


3 11 


5 80 


3 20 


6 00 


4 00 


9 15 


4 44 


10 00 


4 96 


12 12 


7 47 


6 60 


8 09 


3 26 


4 30 


4 40 


5 00 


10 20 


7 00 


5 50 


3 00 


6 00 


2 -0 


9 00 


6 00 



9 


95 


12 00 


14 07 


10 


10 


10 


20 


12 


00 


13 


10 


12 


84 


14 


77 


19 


00 


15 


24 


7 


50 


10 00 


24 


00 


11 


00 


11 


50 


28 


00 



MORPETH. 



A village in the township of Howard, on Lake Erie, County of Botliwell, Ontario. 



1852 Richard Phelps • ■ 

53 Richard Phelps 

54 Joseph Hugill. 

55 William Dignam 

56 William Dignam 

57 William Dignam . . 

58 Abraham Dayman 

59 Abraham Dayman . 

60 Abraham Dayman . 

61 Thomas Hanna 

62 Thomas Hanna 

63 Thomas Hanna 

64 Name changed to Ridgetown — which see 



100 

140 

79 

90 

80 

70 

132 

130 

129 

139 

135 

168 



2 60 

7 00 
11 38 

9 00 

8 00 



7 
12 



00 

70 



13 00 
13 00 



10 

42 

84 



40 
40 



2 00 


2 75 


1 50 


8 00 


1 25 


7 00 


1 50 


5 00 


3 00 


12 25 


3 00 


13 50 


3 50 


14 00 


3 37 


6 40 


3 05 


8 15 


4 31 


6 35 



Sombra set off. 



256 



CIRCUITS, STATIONS AND MISSIONS. 



MORRIS. 
So called from the name of a township in the County of Huron, Ontario. 



Year 



Names of Ministers. 



1854 Supplied from Clinton Circuit . 

55 John A. Dowler ...".... 

56 David Hunt 

57 Isaac Crane, Daniel Connolly 

58 Isaac Crane, George Jones 

59 Henry Bawtinhimer 

60 Henry Bawtinhimer 

61 Peter Campbell 

62 Name changed to Bly th, which see. . 



No. of 1 


Conting. 


Educa. 


Members. 


Fund. 


Fund. 


12 






56 


$29 60 




89 


2 74 


• « . 


153 


3 05 




134 


1 62 


$0 52 


* 124 


2 83 




96 


1 54 


67 


114 


1 50 


1 63 


101 


2 80 


1 60 



Sup. M. 
Fund. 



$1 27 
2 00 



25 
83 
45 
80 
40 



MORRISBURG. 



A village on the River St. Lawrence, in the township of Matilda, County of Dundas, Ontario. 
Distant from Montreal 92 miles, from Kingston 81 miles. It was formerly part of Matilda 
Circuit. 

1857 John B. Armstrong. . ... ,'-.-, ... 

58 John B. Armstrong .. 241 8 28 10 00 10 00 

59 John B. Armstrong 120 6 10 4 00 10 50 

60 William Andrews . 201 6 25 4 25 14 58 

61 William Andrews 250 6 39 4 00 15 75 

62 Jay S. Youmans.. .... 235- 6 00 3 50 15 75 

63 Jay S. Youmans ... 250 6 50 3 63 2189 

64 Jay S. Youmans, William H Rowsom 280 6 58 3 85 15 50 

65 William English .... 291 5 00 3 00 - 12 00 

66 William English . 266 6 62 3 31 14 00 

67 William McGill... 246 6 42 3 32 15 00 

68 William McGill .... 214 6 10 3 65 35 00 

69 William McGill. .. .. 194 6 25 4 60 3150 

70 John S. Evans . . 168 6 52 5 25 25 00 

71 John S. Evans . . .... 179 5 87 7 00 20 00 

72 John S. Evans 213 7 89 5 75 15 60 

73 EJbenezer Robson 189 7 44 4 20 15 80 

74 See Montreal Conference . . 195 8 00 8 00 23 50 

MORRISON. 
A township in the District of Muskoka, Ontario. It was formerly part of Muskoka and Orillia Missions. 

1871 George Mclntyre 

72 Robert H. Hall ........ 

73 Alexander C Chambers ... ,„„.., 

74 See Toronto Conference . . .,,.,.. .... 



24 








46 


5 34 


3 09 


4 10 


87 


8 95 


4 00 


11 00 


90 


9 19 


¥ 4 27 


12 00 



MORVEN and GOSPORT. 

Morven is a small village in the township of Earnestown, and Gosport a village in the township of 
Adolphustown, County of Lennox, Ontario. It was formerly part of the Napanee Circuit. 

1872 William J. Young | ... ... . . 

73 William J. Young. .134 8 00 3 24 24 72 

74 See Montreal Conference . . . . 135 9 40 2 87 23 00 



MOULINETTE. 

A village in the township of Cornwall, County of Stormont, Ontario. It was formerly part of Cornwall 

Mission. Distant from Cornwall 7 miles. 

1859 Peter German, Richard Pretty . ... 

60 William M. Pattyson, Josiah Greene... .. 510 4 25 3 00 4 75 

61 William M. Pattyson, Josiah Greene . . 400 5 00 3 10 5 25 

62 Richard Clarke ...... . 440 5 25 3 25 12 00 

63 Richard Clarke, Samuel B. Phillips 350 5 50 3 50 14 00 

64 George Case, Robert L. Gabie . . 484 5 10 , 3 50 14 00 

65 George Case, John Russell , , 275 7 43 2 75 31 80 

66 George Case 250 6 00 1 02 28 00 

67 William Andrews , . 250 6 63 3 48 16 07 



* Ainley ville set off. 



WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



257 



Year 



Names of Ministers. 



1868 William Andrews 

69 | See Aultsville 

70 J 

71 James Simpson .... 

72 John C. Garrett 

73 William W. Miller 

74 See Montreal Conference 



No. of 
Members. 



255 
260 



78 

100 

87 



Conting. 
Fund. 


Educa. 
Fund. 


Sup. M. 
Fund. 


$6 65 
6 75 


$3 50 
4 00 


$16 50 
20 00 


5 41 

6 09 
5 40 


2'77 
3 15 
3 20 


12 15 

10 50 
14 73 



MOUNT ALBERT. 

A village in the township of East Gwiblimbury, County of York, Ontario. 

the Sharon and Mount Albert Circuit. 

1872 Andrew Armstrong ... 

73 Andrew Armstrong. ... 149 6 88 

74 See Toronto Conference . . . 120 6 90 



It was formerly part of 



3 11 
3 10 



15 00 
13 83 



MOUNT BRYDGES. 

A village in the township'of Carradoc, County of Middlesex, Ontario. It was formerly part of 
Strathroy Mission. Distant from London 15 miles. 

1856 Thomas S. Howard . 
57 William Savage. . . 
' 58 William Savage, Thomas Brock. 



59 Thomas Atkinson, 



60 Thomas Atkinson 

61 Edward Cragg.. 

62 Edward Cragg.. 

63 George Kennedy... 

64 George Kennedy . . 

65 George Kennedy 

66 John Hough ... 

67 John Hough 

68 James Kennedy 

69 James Kennedy . . 

70 James Kennedy 

71 Henry Reid 

72 William Chapman . . 

73 William Chapman .. 

74 See London Conference . 



Madison A. Rice, 
Hall Christopherson, 



33 


.... 






90 


3 60 


3 78 


4 00 


164 


5 60 


4 00 


4 00 


259 


5 78 


4 20 


4 60 


228 


6 15 


2 68 


8 68 


120 


4 07 


1 00 


3 38 


119 


4 15 


75 


4 35 


115 


4 85 


1 00 


5 16 


80 


5 00 


1 00 


5 50 


85 


5 00 


1 00 


5 00 


82 


8 00 


3 00 


12 00 


85 


8 14 


3 15 


10 60 


100 


9 00 


3 45 


13 00 


105 


11 65 


9 00 


20 00 


100 


12 25 


10 00 


17 23 


100 


12 48 


10 00 


25 00 


101 


12 68 


10 25 


15 50 


100 


8 00 


3 00 


8 64 


92 


8 50 


4 00 


10 16 



MOUNT FOREST. 

A town in the township of Egremont, County of Grey, Ontario. 

Mission. 

1855 Alfred Andrews . 

66 William Morton . . . . 37 

Arthur united with it. 

67 Thomas Culbert 34 

68 Thomas Culbert 42 

59 Philip Rose .. .. 58 

60 William Norton, John Scott. . . 138 

61 Alexander R. Campbell 141 

62 Alexander R. Campbell, William W. Shepherd . . 140 

63 Samuel C. Philp, Jr., James Laird 170 

64 Samuel C. Philp, Jr t 170 

65 Richard Potter 124 

66 Richard Potter 80 

67 Richard Potter 82 

68 Stephen Bond ... 102 

69 Stephen Bond.. 132 

70 Stephen Bond 155 

71 Thomas Cobb 164 

72 Thomas Cobb, William H. Henderson 170 

73 Thomas Cobb. .. 180 

74 See London Conference 215 



It was formerly part of Durham 



62 

4 58 
83 



60 
53 



3 00 



60 
53 
00 
00 
82 
45 
01 
59 
83 
92 
00 



10 00 
10 65 



1 10 


3 00 


3 00 


2 35 


2 50 


2 00 


1 78 


2 02 


2 59 


5 04 


5 80 


7 80 


5 00 


4 02 


3 90 



15. 

35 

90 

78 

00 



10 50 
6 81 



00' 
Oft 

05 
25 



12 40 

13 67 

14 00 
10 00 
10 CO 

9 50 
10 25 



17 



* Napier set off. 



t Arthur set off. 



258 



CIRCUITS, STATIONS AND MISSIONS. 



MOUNT PLEASANT. 

A village in the township of Brantford, County of West Brant, Ontario. It was formerly part of 

Brantford Circuit. Distant from Brantford 5 miles. 



Year 



Names of Ministers. 



1854 William S. Griffin ... . . 

55 WilliamS. Griffin 

56 George Goodson 

57 George Goodson . . 

58 George Goodson . . . ...» 

59 Asahel Hurlburt, William W. Clarke. .... 

60 Asahel Hurlburt, William W Clarke. 

61 Asahel Hurlburt, Francis W. Ware. . . 

62 John G. Laird, Nicholas R. Willoughby, B.A. . 

63 John G. Laird, Nicholas R. Willoughby, B.A.. 

64 John Mills, James Harris. 

65 John Mills > ... 

66 John Mills . 

67 Jonathan E. Betts. 

68 Alfred Andrews 

69 Alfred Andrews. . 

70 Alfred Andrews. ... 

71 William Willoughby. . . . . 

72 William Willoughby. . 

73 William Willoughby. . . . . . 

74 See London Conference 

MURRAY. 
A township in the County of Northumberland, Ontario. 
1833 George Poole ...... 

34 Daniel McMullen. . . . ... 

35 Simon Huntingdon, Heman Davis .... .... 

36 Simon Huntingdon, William Deverell. . 

37 Cyrus R. Allison, William Steer. . . 

38 Cyrus R. Allison, William Steer 

39 Cyrus R. Allison, Thomas Cosford. . 

40 John Black, Daniel Wright. . .... 

41 John Black, Joseph Reynolds. 

42 John Black, Vincent B. Howard 

43 Vincent B. Howard 

44 See Consecon . . . . .... 

MUSKOKA. 
So called from the name of a river which runs through 
into the Muskoka Lake, County of Simcoe, Ontario. 
Lindsay 44 miles. 

1862 George McNamara. . 

63 George McNamara. . 

64 John Neelands 

65 John W. Totten. ... 

66 Abel Edwards 

67 Joseph Colling. . .... 

68 Samuel B. Phillips 

69 Samuel B. Phillips, John B. Wass 

70 John Webster, Austin Potter, Joseph R. Gibson. . . 

71 John Webster, Thomas P.. Reid 

72 John Webster, Thomas J. Snowden. . . 

73 See Bracebridge. . 



No. of 
Members 



328 
311 
314 
356 
362 
445 
461 
478 
483 
476 
460 
241 
204 
194 
221 
212 
225 
202 
224 
197 



Conting. 
Fund. 



$19 71 
20 95 
23 50 
14 75 

10 30 
14 25 
17 66 

14 87 

15 00 
14 77 
14 80 

9 50 

11 00 
11^4 

12 10 

13 50 
13 80 

9 37 
9 50 
8 72 



Educa. 


Fund. 


$6 18 


8 80 


4 88 


4 25 


5 51 


7 20 


6 36 


5 58 


2 20- 


2 50 


2 88 


3 92 


4 25 


9 00 


8 00 


12 09 


5 00 


5 10 


4 15 1 



Sup. M. 
Fund. 



$12 25 
21 92 
36 00 
28 00 
30 14 
32 25 
43 83 

24 43 

21 50 
30 30 
40 08 

22 00 

25 50 
25 75 

25 96 

26 00 
26 50 
18 75 
20 75 
20 10 



It was formerly part of Belleville Circuit. 



9 27 

8 87 
11 20 

9 70 

11 00 

12 50 

8 00 

9 88 



the township of Muskoka, and empties itself 
Distant from Orillia 35 miles, and from 



280 


11 50 




346 


12 00 




486 


15 65 




482 


31 00 




493 


27 12 


. . a 


479 


22 57 




438 


20 77 


■ .- r r. 


510 


16 50 


1 * • 


558 


20 00 




543 


9 00 




639 


12 12 









* . 


25 


e--. ■- . ' 




28 






51 


. . • -. 




56 


t < 3 ■ 




64 






70 






84 


i 30 


i 91 


136 


2 35 




t 151 


9 19 


3 04 


142 


9 43 


3 21 


120 


9 59 


4 00 



6 00 

7 85 
9 19 

10 03 
10 50 
13 16 



Mc. 



MctJILLIVRAY. 
A village on the London Road, in the townships of McGillivray and Biddulph, County of Huron, 

Ontario. Distant from London 20 miles. 



1862 George Sexsmith. 

63 William Tucker 

64 George Sexsmith 



121 
135 



3 24 
9 00 



70 
05 



2 41 
11 25 



Fail-field set off. 



t Morrison set off. 



WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



259 



Year 



Names of Ministers. 



1865 George Sexsmith. . 

66 George Sexsmith 

67 Now called Ailsa Craig, which see . 



No. of 
Members. 



180 
185 
210 



Conting. 
Fund. 



$7 35 
11 14 
11 28 



Educa. 
Fund. 



$3 43 
3 27 
3 27 



Sup. M. 
Fund. 



$18 12 
19 92 
16 45 



McKELLAR. 

A township in the District of Parry Sound, Ontario. Formerly part of Parry Sound Mission. 

1872 James Mooney 

73 Reuben Toye'. 

' 74 See Toronto Conference. . 



05 

08 


250 


2 00 


3 25 


09 


2 60 


2 00 


3 25 



N. 



It was for- 



5 87 

3 00 

4 00 
10 05 
10 44 
10 59 
15 50 
18 07 
18 50 
18 55 
29 00 
33 59 



31 70 
44 40 



NANTICOKE. 

A village in the township of Walpole, on Lake Erie, County of Haldimand, Ontario. 

merly part of Seneca Circuit. 

. 1 850 John Baxter ... 

51 John Baxter ... 175 17 75 

52 Rowley Heyland 140 9 18 

53 Solomon Waldron ' 186 12 10 

54 John Goodfellow 172 14 05 

55 John Goodfellow, John V. Wilson 176 14 76 100 

56 Thomas Williams, Christopher Hamilton 195 15 02 1 

57 Thomas Williams, William R. Morden 209 19 92 6 10 

58 Thomas Williams, Shem Blanshard .. . . 253 18 67 6 50 

59 John N. Lake, William S. McCullough 230 13 20 6 87 

60 John N. Lake, John C. Willmott . . ... 282 13 30 6 87 

61 John N. Lake, Samuel J. Hunter. . . .... 350 22 57 12 43 

62 ) 343 23 00 7 00 

to > Included in Hullsville Circuit. 
71) 

72 Joseph Colling . ...;.. 

73 Joseph Colling 250 15 62 8 50 

74 See London Conference 236 17 70 8 8C 

NAPANEE. 

The County Town of the County of Lennox, Ontario. It is on the Napanee River, in the townships 
of Richmond and Fredericksburg. Distant from Kingston 26 miles. It was formerly part of the 
Bay Quinte Circuit. 

1840 Cyrus R. Allison, William Haw . . ... 

41 Robert Corson, Gilbert Miller 539 12 00 

42 Robert Corson, Gilbert Miller. ... 569 12 25 

43 William Haw, Samuel P. La Dow . . ... 601 12 70 

44 Asahel Hurlburt, Samuel P. La Dow . . . .. 760 14 50 

45 Asahel Hurlburt, John Sanderson 607 17 78 

46 George Goodson, John Sanderson .. 512 14 00 

47 George Goodson, John A. Williams 555 | 12 72 

48 William McFadden, John A. Williams 557 ! 13 00 

49 William McFadden, Thomas Cleghorn . 464 i 13 73 

50 John Black, Joseph Reynolds 490 ! 14 00 

51 John Black, John W. German . . . . * 530 16 00 

52 David B. Madden, Robert Brewster . 280 10 00 

53 David B. Madden, John D. Pugh 360 16 28 

54 George F. Playter 333 ! 16 50 

55 George F. Playter 340 17 40 

56 Benjamin Slight, M A., John Slight. .. . 420- 2190 

" I wXrEnglsh', M - A -' | S — 1 WM. . 451 23 14 

58 William English, James Thompson . . . 403 15 23 

59 William English, William W. Ross 538 15 92 



6 00 

11 40 

6 26 

3 23 



16 50 
14 00 

12 50 

13 50 
16 00 
20 02 
20 12 

16 75 
18 00 
18 20 
24 00 
12 00 
12 25 

14 00 
14 10 
39 30 

56 00 

17 00 
23 50 



* Newburg set off. 



260 



CIRCUITS, STATIONS AND MISSIONS. 



Yew- 



Names of Ministers. 



1860 Francis Berry, James Ash, Richard Pretty 

61 Francis Berry, Davidson McDonald, George Robson 

62 Francis Berry, Thomas W. Jeffery, George Robson . 

63 Wm. McCullough, T. W. Jeffery, David Brethour , 

64 Wm. McCullough, David Brethour, J. F. German . , 

65 J. S. Clarke, D. Kennedy, B.A., G. H. Squire, B.A 

66 John S. Clarke, Alexander Campbell . 

67 John S. Clarke, Alexander Campbell 

68 William Scott, Thomas Kelly ... 

69 William Scott, William Shaw '. 

70 William Scott, John Ridley . . . 

71 George M. Meacham, M.A., Thomas Cardus. . . . 

72 George M. Meacham, M.A ... 

73 George M. Meacham, M.A 

74 See Montreal Conference 



No. of 
Members. 



510 
489 
504 
576 
580 
650 

*670 
450 
450 
365 
375 
400 

t482 
348 
366 



Conting. 


Educa. 


Fund. 


Fund. 


$13 31 


$2 57 


12 33 


3 00 


15 02 


8 63 


15 62 


7 95 


24 02 


12 69 


24 25 


12 75 


25 20 


13 10 


23 65 


13 25 


20 12 


10 00 


21 25 


15 35 


15 80 


7 50 


18 70 


12 00 


36 27 


15 60 


30 98 


14 57 


38 25 


18 20 



Sup. M. 
Fund. 



$20 80 

24 34 

34 37 

25 00 

26 CO 
26 50 
50 00 
40 00 
60 00 

35 00 
35 00 
35 25 

77 00 

78 75 
221 00 



NAPIER. 

A village situate on the River Sydenham, in the township of Metcalfe, County of Middlesex, Ontario. 
Distant from London 36 miles. It was formerly part of Mount Brydges Circuit. 

1860 James Thornton . . ... 

61 William W Miller .... 59 2 03 1 00 2 00 

62 William W. Miller 72 7 75 3 14 8 50 

63 William W. Miller 78 6 58 2 38 7 61 

64 John K. Williston 91 6 23 4 51 8 33 

65 Elias W Frazee .. 93 5 84 196 10 68 

66 John L. Kerr. 90 5 90 2 00 9 60 

67 James Laird ... . 82 4 14 2 09 8 64 

68 James Laird ... 74 4 54 2 81 8 50 

69 Ebenezer Teskey .....; 75 4 60 3 75 8 50 

70 Ebenezer Teskey 61 4 10 3 75 8 00 

71 James H. Stonehouse 65 4 15 4 00 8 00 

72 James H. Stonehouse 70 3 90 4 00 8 00 

73 John R. Isaac . . . ... 70 4 00 4 25 10 00 

74 See London Conference 61 6 76 2 00 10 50 



NELSON. 
A village and township in the County of Halton, Ontario. Distant from Hamilton 12 miles. 

1832 Samuel Belton, John Armstrong . 

33 George Bissell, John K. Williston 

34 James Norris, Lewis Warner. ...... 

35 James Norris, Schuyler Stewart . 

36 Edwy M. Ryerson ... 

37 Edwy M. Ryerson, William Coleman 

38 Hamilton Biggar, John Law. . . 

39 Hamilton Biggar, Samuel C. Philp 

40 Rowley Heyland, Samuel C. Philp 

*41 Rowley Heyland, Robert Darlington . . ... 

42 Matthew Whiting, Robert Darlington . . 

43 Matthew Whiting, Thomas Cosford 

44 Thomas Cosford, William Philp. . 

45 Peter Ker, William Philp.. 

46 James Spencer, Peter Ker 

47 William Willoughby, James Spencer. 

48 William Willoughby, James Spencer 

49 Thomas Cosford, Thomas Jeffers 

50 Thomas Cosford, Thomas Jeffers . 

51 Joseph W. McCallum, Charles Fish 

52 Joseph W. McCallum, John Hunt 

53 J. W. McCallum, J. Hunt, R. Fowler, M.D 

54 Thomas Campbell, Ashton Fletcher .... ... 

55 Thomas Campbell ... 

56 Thomas Campbell . . . 

57 Circuit now divided. See OakvilleTfand Waterdown 



555 




495 




462 




490 




462 


24 09 


527 


25 80 


503 


36 00 


545 


27 42 


520 


23 39 


465 


28 00 


865 


23 54 


778 


27 24 


510 


31 40 


500 


32 00 


445 


19 10 


429 


21 64 


479 


20 63 


480 


28 63 


457 


29 00 


485 


24 10 


679 


26 07 


576 


33 62 


J 307 


25 38 


351 


27 92 


442 


23 14 





5 11 


■ > > . 


25 30 




41 00 




32 00 




21 10 




18 00 


. . 


17 00 


• • . > 


11 30 




11 00 


• > • • 


20 00 




18 77 




25 09 




34 00 




35 00 




30 95 




32 81 




35 05 




48 00 




48 00 




44 75 




45 00 




47 35 


10 37 


17 75 


13 92 


41 50 


12 55 


39 03 



• Selby set off. 



t Morven and Gosport set off. 



X Milton and Waterdown set off. 



WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



261 



NEWBORO'- 

A village on the Rideau Canal, in the townships of North and South Crosby, County of Leeds, 
Ontario. Distant from Brockville 38 miles, from Kingston 32 miles. It was formerly part of 
Crosby Circuit. 



Year 



Names of Ministers. 



1846 Matthew Connor 

47 Alvah Adams . 

48 Alvah Adams 

49 Vincent B. Howard. 

50 Vincent B. Howard 

51 Michael Baxter, John Mills 

52 Michael Baxter ... 

53 Robert Robinson 

54 Robert Robinson 

55 William M. Pattyson 

56 William M. Pattyson 

57 William M. Pattyson 

58 George Beynon ... 

59 George Beynon . . 

60 George Beynon 

61 Richard M. Hammond, Thomas G. Williams 

62 Richard M. Hammond 

Bedford united with it. 

63 James Masson, Alexander Lester 

64 James Norris, John Holmes 

65 James Norris, George Ferguson 

66 Edmund S. Shorey, Robert Bruce 

67 Edmund S. Shorey.. 

68 Edwin Fessant 

69 Edwin Fessant . . . . . . 

70 Edwin Fessant 

71 William Richardson 

72 William Richardson 

73 William Richardson 

74 See Montreal Conference 



No. of 
Members. 



150 
163 
145 
213 
200 
205 
194 
234 
215 
250 
100 
128 
100 
106 
112 
111 

119 
125 
130 
131 
142 
134 
145 
150 
150 
149 
147 
150 



Conting. 


Fund. 


$2 23 


2 55 


4 87 


5 07 


5 00 


9 18 


8 00 


7 00 


7 50 


5 05 


5 25 


6 35 


7 50 


7 05 


6 51 


3 91 


6 45 


7 00 


5 50 


6 02 


7 08 


9 59 


9 60 


10 59 


9 35 


10 77 


9 11 



Educa. 
Fund. 



$4 
2 

3 

3 
4 
2 
2 

1 
4 
2 
2 
2 
3 
6 
6 



50 
50 
00 
00 
00 
04 
10 

11 
06 
95 
00 

55 
27 
00 
50 



8 62 



Sup. M. 
Fund. 



11 
09 
33 



$2 39 
2 45 
2 83 

4 85 

5 20 

17 00 

6 00 

8 00 

9 00 
6 00 
6 50 
6 00 
8 00 
8 25 
8 38 

10 25 

13 53 
12 00 

14 50 
10 55 
12 25 
14 01 
20 30 
22 00 
16 00 

18 04 
18 15 



NEWBURG. 

A Tillage on the Napanee River, in the township of Camden, County of Addington, Ontario. It wag 
formerly part of Napanee Circuit. Distant from Kingston 23 miles, from Napanee 7 miles. 

1851 Joseph Reynolds.. .. 

52 Benjamin Jones . . . • ■ • • • 

53 Benjamin Jones . . .... 

54 Charles Fish . . . ;. . . 

55 Charles Fish 

56 Charles Fish 

57 Gilford Dorey 

58 Gifford Dorey 

59 Gifford Dorey 

60 Jay S. Youmans, Nathaniel Burwash, B. A ... 

61 Jay S. Youmans 

62 William H. Poole, Kenneth McKenzie 

63 William H. Poole, Thomas Brock 

64 George McRitchie, Davidson McDonald 

65 George McRitchie, Davidson McDonald 

66 George McRitchie, George H. Squire, B.A.. 

67 James Gray, William Shaw 

68 James Gray, William Shaw 

69 James Gray, Robert Bell. . . . • ...... 

70 James Greener, Robert Bell 

71 Samuel C. Philp, jr., Christopher L. Thompson. . . 

72 Samuel C. Philp, jr., Charles E. Mclntyre. 

73 Andrew A. Smith, John G. Crozier. 

74 See Montreal Conference .... 



226 
303 
320 
312 
350 
420 
400 
408 
496 
379 
385 
405 
440 
411 
390 
395 
386 
400 
480 
485 
450 
456 
457 



7 25 




5 00 




7 25 




8 92 




9 00 


6 00 


12 18 


7 00 


9 62 


4 82 


11 57 


6 01 


12 35 


5 01 


10 67 


4 65 


11 00 


5 00 


4 75 


6 78 


4 78 


5 37 


7 78 


4 97 


9 13 


5 28 


13 24 


5 34 


19 21 


7 03 


15 11 


15 87 


20 38 


16 40 


20 46 


21 90 


21 00 


7 83 


22 05 


7 94 


22 08 


7 02 



13 38 

5 20 

13 40 

13 15 

20 00 
26 00 

24 18 

21 53 
21 24 

31 25 

32 00 
16 50 
15 00 
18 35 

25 91 
35 65 
40 35 
45 54 
44 50 
61 00 
25 50 
61 05 
55 00 



* Elgin set off. 



262 



CIRCUITS,. STATIONS AND MISSIONS. 



• NEWBURY. 

A village in the township of Mosa, County of Middlesex, Ontario. 

Wards ville Mission. 



It was formerly part of 



Year 



Names of Ministers. 



1866 Ezra A. Stafford 

67 Ezra A. Stafford 

68 Ezra A. Stafford..* .. 

69 Manly Benson 

70 Manly Benson ... 

71 Edmund S. Shorey 

72 EdmundS. Shorey..., 

73 Edmund S. Shorey 

74 See London Conference. 



No. of 


Conting. 


Educa. 


Members. 


Fund. 


Fund. 


125 


$ii 66 


$3 03 


130 


12 00 


3 44 


130 


12 53 


5 15 


131 


9 10 


6 00 


124 


9 43 


8 00 


127 


9 58 


6 00 


130 


11 54 


3 89 


137 


12 26 


4 51 



Sup. M. 
Fund. 



$11 08 
15 00 
15 85 
18 00 
20 62 
27 81 

20 80 

21 55 



NEWCASTLE. 



A village in the township of Clarke, County of Durham, Ontario. It was formerly part of the Bow- 
manville and Port Hope Circuits. , Distant from Port Hope 18 miles, from Toronto 47 miles. 

1852 John English. 

53 John English 125 5 32 3 27 

54 William S. Blackstock 137 5 45 . . 3 30 

55 William S. Blackstock, John C. Ash . 177 10 08 5 60 26 25 

56 William Philp, Daniel Jackson «... . 195 16 00 8 05 30 00 

57 William Philp, Edward Cragg 228 20 32 10 11 28 00 

58 William Philp, William E. Walker... .. . 258 19 22 10 00 30 75 

59 Francis Coleman, James Graham . . , ... 295 19 50 9 50 32 00 

60 Francis Coleman, Robert O. Wilson . . . 369 19 94 9 70 40 00 

61 Francis Coleman, George H. Cornish 371 18 64 9 70 41 31 

62 I. B. Aylesworth, M.D., T. Brock, A. McCann 383 18 70 8 40 55 35 

63 Alexander Campbell, James Hannon . . . 447 13 36 10 00 54 45 

64 Alexander Campbell, Edward Morrow, B.A 382 16 41 9 45 46 95 

65 A. Campbell, W C. Washington, B.A., R. Kerr... . 375 16 21 8 59 53 87 

66 William McCullough, Andrew B. Chambers... . 327 17 67 1109 62 50 

67 William McCullough, Daniel F. Gee . . 300 18 60 11 30 50 00 

68 Thomas Cleghorn, James A. McClung 300 20 00 1191 52 00 

69 Chomas Cleghorn, Richard W. Williams ... . 298 20 67 14 00 54 75 

70 William McDonagh, William J. Jolliffe . . . 341 22 00 15 00 60 00 

71 William McDonagh, William J. Jolliffe .361 22 80 15 60 69 31 

72 William McDonagh, Christopher L. Thompson . 453 24 20 16 00 75 00 

73 I. B. Aylesworth, M.D., Newton Hill 456 25 23 17 00 100 23 

74 See Toronto Conference . 475 22 99 7 16 92 00 



NEW GLASGOW. 

A village in the township of Lacorne, County of Terrebonne, Quebec. 

Wesleyville Circuit. 

1865 Garrett J. Dingman 

66 Garrett J. Dingman 

67 John Scott 

68 John Scott 

69 Thomas Kelly 

70 George H. Squire, B.A ! . . . . 

71 George H. Squire, B.A 

72 George H. Squire, B.A.. 

73 David Winter. ... 

74 See Montreal Conference 



62 


4 55 


2 15 


66 


5 29 


2 20 


64 


5 30 


2 23 


66 


5 00 


3 00 


64 


5 50 


4 00 


64 


4 00 


4 00 


67 


6 49 


4 00 


58 


6 65 


2 50 


61 


11 10 


6 53 



It was formerly part of 



14 00 
10 02 
10 10 
9 00 
7 00 
13 00 
10 00 
20 00 
34 00 



NEW IRELAND. 
A township in the County of Megantic, Quebec. It was formerly part of Quebec Circuit. 

1835 Edmund S. Ingalls . . 

36 John Borland ... 

37 John Borland . ...„ .„.,... .. 

38 John Borland 

39 John B. Selley, M.D.. .. . .'" 

40 Edmund S. Ingalls 

41 Edmund S. Ingalls 

42 Thomas Campbell '.'.'.' 



127 






204 






239 






230 






260 






252 






230 







WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



263 



Year 



Names of Ministers. 



1843 Thomas Campbell 

44 Thomas Campbell 

45 John Hutchinson 

46 John Hutchinson 

47 ) 

to \ Included in the Leeds Circuit. 

57 ) 

58 Benjamin Cole 

59 Benjamin Cole . 

60 Thomas Brock 

81 Samuel Teeson. 

62 Hugh Cairns 

63 Hugh Cairns 

64 John Scott ... 

65 Thomas Bell 

66 Thomas Bell. 

67 John Russell 

68 John Russell. . . 

69 Cornelius A. Jones. 

70 Cornelius A. Jones 

71 Cornelius A. Jones. . . 

72 John G. Brick . . . 

73 See Inverness. 



No. of 
Members. 



231 

280 
293 
285 



149 
137 
.120 
119 
140 
160 
163 
125 
123 
101 
99 
152 
151 
156 
122 



Conting. 
Fund. 



Educa. 
Fund. 



Sup. M. 
Fund. 



75 
40 
50 
25 
50 
00 
90 
91 
00 
49 
62 
28 
38 
50 
50 



$2 00 
1 30 
1 40 

80 

1 50 
3 00 
3 25 
1 50 

78 

1 15 
90 



50 
00 



5 00 
2 75 



$5 00 
4 34 
4 40 
2 25 
4 00 
6 25 

6 00 
9 00 

7 70 

8 11 

7 03 

8 00 
8 00 

12 00 
11 68 



NEWMARKET 
A town in the township of Whitchurch, County of York, 

It was formerly part of Yonge 
1834 Robert Corson, Thomas Fawcett . 

35 Horace Dean, Cornelius Flummerfelt . 

36 Horace Dean, John Lever.. 

37 Simon Huntingdon, John Lever 

38 Edmund Shepherd, George R. Sanderson 

39 Edmund Shepherd, James Spencer .. . . 

40 Matthew Whiting. 

41 Matthew Whiting 

42 ^Izra Adams, Charles W M. Gilbert . . 

43 Ezra Adams 

44 Ezra Adams, Benjamin Jones . 

45 John Baxter 

46 John Baxter, John W Cawthorne. 

47 William Young ... 

48 William Young, Alexander Campbell 

49 William Young, Alexander Campbell 

50 Joseph Messmore, John Goodfellow 

51 Joseph Messmore, John Goodfellow 

52 William Willoughby, Robert Lochead 

53 William Willoughby, Richard J. Forman.. . 

54 William Willoughby, William McDonagh 

55 William Willoughby, John S. Clarke 

g» .- Called Aurora Circuit — which see 

58 William McFadden, John Potts 

59 William McFadden, John Scott 

60 Kennedy Creighton, George M. Meacham, B.A. 

61 Kennedy Creighton, George M. Meacham, B.A. 

62 Kennedy Creighton, Thomas Feather 

63 Joseph Sheply, Thomas Bell 

64 Joseph Sheply, Thomas Bell . . .... 

65 Joseph Sheply, Phineas D. Will 

66 John Shaw, Joseph Colling . . 

67 John Shaw, Andrew B. Chambers, A. Cunningham. 

68 Andrew B. Chambers 

69 Andrew A. Smith . . 

70 Andrew A. Smith 

71 Andrew A. Smith 

72 Wesley Casson 

73 Wesley Casson 

74 See Toronto Conference 



' Kleinburg set off. 



Ontario. 


Distant from Toronto 34 mile 


Street Cir 


3uit. 






644 




... 


23 05 


537 






20 40 


454 


7 66 




5 50 


333 


23 88 




7 44 


360 


24 00 




9 12 


490 


8 00 




9 10 


310 


10 50 




5 00 


422 


11 00 




3 00 


503 


12 10 




4 73 


420 


15 43 




5 32 


363 


12 07 




10 50 


387 


18 07 




8 50 


361 


16 07 




4 50 


404 


20 52 




5 10 


449 


20 62 




11 27 


450 


18 18 




14 23 


* 396 


18 40 




14 50 


396 


16 50 




14 55 


381 


21 66 




15 00 


470 


24 00 




18 27 


455 


11 87 


6 06 


20 47 


438 


27 02 


10 37 


37 60 


409 


19 40 


• •• 
8 00 


30 23 


389 


12 50 


4 00 


42 00 


335 


10 40 


5 00 


43 00 


315 


11 20 


4 15 


34 43 


340 


10 00 


5 00 


30 00 


290 


11 18 


6 00 


41 32 


310 


14 26 


6 20 


41 80 


276 


14 11 


6 32 


48 40 


280 


14 20 


6 52 


30 03 


t273 


14 75 


6 62 


30 25 


72 


8 37 


4 75 


10 00 


76 


7 46 


5 80 


10 25 


99 


7 51 


5 82 


10 35 


102 


5 07 


4 20 


10 27 


60 


7 00 


3 40 


9 10 


59 


7 60 


3 60 


10 00 


+ Aurc 


ra set off. 







264 



CIRCUITS, STATIONS AND MISSIONS. 



* NIAGARA. 

A town at the mouth of the Niagara River, on Lake Ontario, in the County of Lincoln, Ontario. 
This was the third Circuit formed in Upper Canada : it extended westward beyond Oxford, south- 
ward to Long Point, and eastward to Little York, or Toronto. See Stevens' Life of Bangs, p. 131. 



Year 


Ministers. 


No. of 
Members. 


Year 


Ministers. 


No. of 
Members. 




65 


1815 William Brown 


220 




64 
140 


16 Elijah Warr 

17 J. W Byam 


en . .... 


erguson . . 


372 


97 James Coleman, Michael Coate . . 


, George F 


396 


98 James Coleman, Michael Coate. . 


154 


18 I. B. Smith, George Ferguson . . . 


796 




154 


19 I. B. Smith, D. Shepherdson . 


694 


1800 Joseph Sawver 


204 


20 Isaac Puffer 


619 


1 Joseph Sawyer, Seth Crowell . . . 


320 


21 Isaac Puffer, John Tackabury.. . 


428 


Long Point united with it 2 y'rs. 




22 Ezra Adams, John Ryerson 


487 


2 John Robinson, Daniel Pickett. . 


620 


23 Ezra Adams, William Ryerson . 


453 


3 S. Keeler, S. Howe, R. Harris . 


650 


24 Thomas Demorest, Wm. Ryerson 


462 


4 D. Pickett, L. Bishop, N. Bangs 


620 


25 Thomas Demorest, Wm. Grifiis.. 


*492 


5 Gershoni Pearce, Andrew Prinde] 


500 


26 John Ryerson, William Grifiis . 


421 


6 Thomas Whitehead, Robert Perry 


519 


27 David Youmans, Rowley Heyland 


480 


7 Thos. Whitehead, Ninian Holmes 


704 


28 Jas. Richardson, Joseph Gatchell 


523 


8 Henry Ryan, Isaac B. Smith. . . . 


791 


29 Jas. Richardson, Edmund Stoney 


434 


9 Henry Ryan, Robert Perry 


550 


30 Edmund Stonev, Ephraim Evans 


458 


10 Andrew Prindel, Joseph Gatchell 


657 


3 1 Joseph Messmore, Ephraim Evans 


682 


11 I. B. Smith, Peter Covenhoven.. 


527 


32 1 


850 


12 Andrew Prindel, Ninian Holmes 


527 


to > Included in Stamford and Drum- 




13 Ninian Holmes. . . ... . 




53 ) mondville Circuits. 




14 No record, owing to the war .... 


•• 






Year 


Names of Ministers. 


No. of 
Members. 


Conting. 
Fund. 


Eduea. 
Fund. 


Sup. M. 
Fund. 


1854 
55 


Claudius Byrne. 






80 


$11 80 


$4 66 




G. N. A. F. T. Dickson. 





$4 75 


56 G. N. A. F. T. Dickson 






69 


10 00 


2 00 


12 00 


57 John Wakefield 






66 


7 75 


3 75 


8 00 


58 John Wakefield 






113 


9 43 


4 00 


11 75 


59 Alexander Sutherland 






137 

147 

121 

95 


9 00 
16 49 
10 66 
10 38 


4 25 

5 06 
3 00 
3 00 


12 00 


60 
61 
62 


Alexander Sutherland 






15 00 


Thomas Cobb 






7 00 






7 00 


63 William Richardson . . ... . 






89 


6 44 


3 28 


5 50 


64 William Richardson 







75 


8 25 


. 2 78 


5 55 


65 George H. Field 






74 


8 66 


2 93 


6 90 


66 George H. Field. 






93 


10 00 


6 06 


8 08 


67 Ephraim L. Koyl 


a ■ ■ ■ 




82 


10 36 


4 40 


9 60 


68 Ephraim L. Koyl 







83 


6 15 


4 60 


9 67 


69 John N.Lake 






75 


8 98 


5 00 


9 88 


70 William H. Withrow, M.A. 






77 


8 00 


6 00 


10 00 


71 William H. Withrow, M.A... . 






79 


4 25 


8 50 


8 50 


72 William H. Withrow, M.A 






79 


4 50 


7 10 


7 75 


73 Charles Silvester 






77 


6 80 


1 90 


5 48 


74 


See London Conference 






74 


9 53 


3 51 


11 08 



NISSOURI. 

A village in the township of East Nissouri, County of Oxford, Ontario. 

Mission. 
1859 John Doel 

60 George Kennedy . . 

61 George Kennedy 

62 George Kennedy 

63 Richard Pinch 

64 William W. Miller 

65 William W. Miller 

66 Thomas Robson 

67 Thomas Robson . . 

68 Thomas Robson ... 



It was formerly Thamesford 



84 


2 53 


2 00 


116 


2 50 


2 00 


108 


3 00 


1 00 


112 


-^ 3 25 


1 50 


86 


5 45 


2 95 


97 


6 93 


3 71 


91 


9 07 


2 78 


101 


9 15 


2 80 


115 


9 25 


2 85 



2 19 
2 00 
4 00 
4 25 
8 62 
12 28 
14 74 

11 80 

12 00 



Fort George and Queenston set off. 



WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



265 



Year 



Names of Ministers. 



1869 Charles Stringfellow 

70 Christopher Cookman, Jabez Edmonds 

71 Christopher Cookman, Abel Edwards.. 

72 Christopher Cookman, James Turner. 

73 Hugh McLean, William Godwin. 

74 See London Conference 



No. of 
Members. 



105 
98 
177 
183 
183 
172 



Conting. 


Educa. 


Sup. M. 


Fund. 


Fund. 


Fund. 


$10 24 


$3 94 


$12 25 


10 00 


4 00 


10 00 


13 64 


7 50 


13 17 


13 85 


7 96 


16 00 


14 22 


7 05 


16 00 


15 01 


6 97 


17 25 



NORFOLK. 
A Mission in the County of Norfolk, Ontario. It was formed from parts of the Simcoe, Port Dover 

and Hullsville Circuits. 

1866 William C. Watson, B. A , .. , ... , ... i 

67 Name of Mission changed to Waterford 80 5 65 | 2 50 I 6 00 



NORTH AUGUSTA. 
A Tillage in the township of Augusta, County of Grenville, Ontario. 

Circuit. 
1868 Silas Huntingdon 

69 Edward A. Ward, William Raney 

70 William C. Washington, M. A 

7 1 Andrew L. Peterson 

72 Andrew L. Peterson 

73 John C. Garrett . . . . 

74 See Montreal Conference 



It was formerly Augusta 



260 


10 15 


4 50 


20 00 


306 


9 00 


5 50 


20 00 


308 


10 0> 


6 00 


20 15 


* 145 


4 53 


3 00 


16 16 


145 


4 50 


* 2 20 


10 00 


145 


4 20 


1 60 


6 CO 


119 


7 20 


2 68 


8 22 



NORTH GORE. 
A township in the County of Argentieul, Quebec. It was formerly part of the La Chute Circuit. 



S67 William S. McCullough, B.A 








. * . ■ 


68 William S. McCullough, B. A 


116 


3 80 


1 75 


5 00 


69 John Russell . .... ........ 


116 


3 75 


2 00 


5 25 


70 John Russell . . 


103 


1 17 


1 15 


2 50 


71 Henry Mevers . ... . . 


106 


3 17 


1 53 


3 38 


72 William Knox 


93 


2 25 


50 


2 00 


73 John Hiscox 


91 


1 90 


1 29 


6 00 




81 


1 15 


1 30 


4 00 



NORTH GOWER. 
A Tillage and township in the County of Carleton, Ontario. 

Circuit. 
1860 James Armstrong. 

61 James Armstrong . 256 

62 Richard Wilson . . .... 271 

63 Richard Wilson . 274 

64 Richard Wilson, William McCullough [B.) 330 

65 William M. Pattyson 335 

66 William M. Pattyson 286 

67 Charles Taggart ... ... 313 

68 Charles Taggart . ... 322 

69 Charles Taggart ... ... 320 

70 Jabez B. Keough .. 377 

71 Jabez B. Keough 372 

72 Jabez B. Keough, William S. Jamieson 330 

•73 Richard M. Hammond... 333 

74 See Montreal Conference 370 



It was formerly part of Richmond 



11 
7 
9 
5 
3 
4 
4 



60 
52 
02 
28 
71 
00 
50 
03 
85 
49 
35 
75 
42 
50 



00 

38 
00 
83 
86 
00 
25 
43 

6 00 

5 00 

7 00 
3 75 

6 26 
6 30 



18 00 

11 40 
9 00 
9 10 

10 13 
10 25 

12 50 
14 00 

20 30 
22 00 

21 00 
21 63 
18 66 
24 18 



NORTH SHERBROOKE. 
A Mission in the north part of the township of Sherbrooke, County of Lanark, Ontario. It was 

formerly part of Rokeby Mission. 

1865 Ebenezer Teskey .... . . . i . . i ■ ■ I 

66 United with Lanark I 38 I 2 22 1 70 I 2 69 

NORTH WAKEFIELD. 

A Tillage and township in the County of Ottawa, Ontario. It was formerly Gatineau Mission. 

1860 Andrew Armstrong .. ... 

61 Andrew Armstrong 91 5 00 20 5 90 

62 Andrew Armstrong 90 5 10 100 6 00 



* Maitland set off. 



266 



CIRCUITS, STATIONS AND MISSIONS. 



Year 


Names of Ministers. 


No. of 
Members. 

. 89 
150 
120 
140 
130 
110 
158 
157 
157 
164 
194 
144 


Conting. 
Fund. 


Educa. 
Fund. 


Sup. M. 
Fund. 


1863 Garrett J. Dingman, George H. Kenney 
64 Garrett J. Dingman. . . 

66 Richard N. Adams .... .... 

67 Richard N. Adams ... 

69 Samuel Teeson, Thomas Haddon.. 

70 Samuel Teeson, Richard Shier. . 

71 Samuel Teeson, William Buchanan ........ 

72 George G. Huxtable . „ 

73 George G. Huxtable .-.'... 

74 See Montreal Conference ! . 


$5 00 
5 46 
3 60 
5 40 
5 18 

5 86 

6 00 
6 91 
5 50 
5 60 
5 62 
3 83 


$1 05 
2 00 
2 00 
2 40 
2 59 

2 62 

5 00 
10 06 
10 38 

6 52 

3 50 
3 00 


$11 10 
6 06 

5 00 

6 51 
10 69 
10 00 
10 50 
17 62 
14 46 
27 12 
36 62 
19 33 



NORWICH. 

A village and township in the County of Oxford, Ontario. 

Brantford 25 miles. 



Distant from Woodstock 17 miles, from 



1843 Thomas McMullen 


143 


8 58 







44 David Hardie ... 


6 00 


45 Rowley Heyland 


395 


10 69 




9 00 


46 Solomon Snider . . 


130 


9 00 




5 75 


47 Solomon Snider . . . . ....... 


126 


4 00 




2 00 


48 Robert Corson.. ... .... 


90 








49 Robert Corson.. ... 


132 


4 50 




4 25 


50 Francis Chapman. . . 


133 


6 00 




5 00 




160 


10 00 




9 95 


52 Matthew Swann .. 


165 


9 82 




10 00 


53 Matthew Swann ...... .... 


251 


10 43 




10 18 




251 


9 05 




8 00 


55 Peter German, Darius M. Hill . . ... 


287 


20 00 




8 00 


56 Peter German , ... .. 


290 


13 80 


i 66 


13 27 


57 Joseph Sheply.. .. ; 


300 


8 00 




5 00 


58 Joseph Sheply.. 


240 


11 00 




6 00 


59 Thomas Robson, Francis W. Ware. . 


270 


11 75 


i 66 


10 00 


60 James Harris, Samuel W. Messmore . .... 


290 


10 80 


4 20 


10 50 


61 James Harris . . . .... . . 


286 


9 41 


3 00 


22 12 


62 Edwin Peake, John N. Hewitt . 


287 


8 37 


2 02 


17 00 


63 Edwin Peake, William Taylor . . . 


290 


8 39 


2 20 


17 12 


64 Edwin Peake, William C. Watson, B.A 


305 


8 40 


2 50 


27 50 


65 Alfred Andrews . . 


270 


8 49 


2 60 


13 60 


66 Alfred Andrews . 


220 


9 05 


4 00 


21 40 


67 Alfred Andrews ... 


229 


10 70 


4 43 


15 72 


68 William F Morrison, James Moss . . . 


298 


11 08 


6 00 


14 00 


69 William Bryers, Peter W. Jones 


325 


16 50 


8 00 


11 70 


70 William Bryers . . . . ... 


*263 


13 63 


7 47 


17 10 


7 1 William Bryers 


158 


9 72 


5 40 


21 30 


72 John F. German, M. A 


168 


10 30 


5 60 


21 56 


73 John F. German, M. A 


170 


10 49 


6 00 


15 89 


74 See London Conference.. . 


173 


12 85 


4 50 


20 62 


NORWOOD. 











A village in the township of Asphodel, County of Peterboro', Ontario. It was formerly called Aspho- 
del Mission. It is distant from Peterboro' 20 miles, from Toronto 100 miles. 



1845 Richard Phelps, Robert Robinson . 

46 Richard Phelps 

47 

48 John Sanderson, Nelson Brown 

49 William Morton... .... 

50 William Morton, Andrew A. Smith. . 

51 George F. Playter, William Sanderson . 

52 James C Slater 

53 Jamee O. Slater, John Fawcett ... 

54 George Carr, John Fawcett 

55 George Carr, Amos E. Russ . . 

56 John Goodfellow, Andrew L. Peterson 

57 John Goodfellow, Daniel Jackson 

58 Henry McDowell, James Hannon 



268 


17 58 


256 


12 75 


256 


12 80 


215 


9 35 


230 


4 02 


156 


5 32 


247 


8 94 


182 


10 12 


153 


9 50 


307 


9 85 


310 


10 08 


256 


6 58 


233 


6 34 


254 


5 92 



2 50 
2 00" 
2 20 
2 25 



7 54 

8 18 

8 30 

5 40 
4 10 
4 63 

6 67 

7 87 
2 50 

9 27 
7 50 
7 49 
9 47 
6 20 



* Otterville set off. 



WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



267 



Year 



Names of Ministers. 



1859 Henry McDowell, John Shannon . 

60 Henry McDowell, John Shannon . 

61 William Briden, Isaac Weldon . 

62 William Briden... 

63 William Briden 

64 Samuel Wilson. . 

65 Samuel Wilson 

66 Samuel C. Philp.. 

67 Samuel C. Philp 

68 Samuel C. Philp . 

69 William M. Pattyson 

70 William M. Pattyson 

71 William M. Pattyson 

72 Joseph Hill... .. . 

73 Joseph Hill ... . 

74 See Toronto Conference. 



No. of 
Members. 



233 
359 
319 
289 
167 
155 
143 
118 
126 
128 
126 
166 
180 
182 
177 
161 



Conting. 


Fund. 


$6 89 


8 02 


8 14 


6 25 


5 25 


5 20 


5 30 


5 58 


7 29 


7 29 


7 46 


7 50 


7 75 


7 85 


10 21 


11 29 



Educa. 
Fund. 



$2 
3 
3 
2 
2 
2 
2 
1 
2 
2 
3 
4 
5 
5 
2 
3 



67 
24 
25 
35 
05 
00 
00 
36 
25 
30 
58 
00 
15 
25 
87 
00 



NOTTAWASAGA. 



1847 
48 
49 
to 
5J2 
53 
to 
56 
57 
58 
59 
60 
61 
62 
63 
64 
65 
66 
67 
68 
69 



So called from the name of a township in the County of Simcoe, Ontario. 

Henry Reid 

Henry Reid 



• Supplied from Barrie. 



Included in Osprey Mission. 



Thomas Hanna, Isaac Baker 

George T. Richardson, Benjamin Sherlock 

George T. Richardson 

United with Collingwood Mission. . . 
Isaac Baker. ... 

Isaac Baker 

Samuel Down. 

David Hunt 

David Hunt. 

David Hunt 

Samuel Tucker, William Peirce . . 

Samuel Tucker 

See Angus and Stayner. 



39 
53 



3 00 



Sup. M. 
Fund. 



$9 32 
20 12 
20 25 
13 00 



10 
00 
20 



8 61 

9 16 
9 50 
9 12 

10 00 
10 50 

10 75 
12 63 

11 33 



168 


4 98 


2 75 


3 81 


168 


2 78 


2 00 


4 03 


127 


2 46 


2 00 


4 05 


125 


4 02 


2 46 


4 10 


129 


3 00 


1 40 


5 00 


153 


4 19 


3 75 


6 56 


100 


4 12 


2 00 


5 00 


110 


4 20 


2 60 


5 00 


120 


5 00 


2 74 


6 30 


132 


14 83 


7 76 


20 89 


250 


16 62 


12 32 


28 00 



o 



OAKVILLE. 

A town in the township of Trafalgar, County of Halton, Ontario. It was formerly part of Nelson 

Circuit. Distant from Toronto 25 miles, from Hamilton 20 miles, from Milton 16 miles. 



1857 Alexander T. Green, William L. Scott, John Scott. 


442 


23 14 


12 55 


39 03 




524 


26 66 


9 00 


52 50 


59 Alexander T. Green, James Hughes, William Irwin 


536 


25 00 


10 00 


55 00 


60 James Hughes, John Thurston. . . 


563 


23 35 


10 11 


50 55 


61 James Gray, John Philp, B. A. . . . . . 


t360 


16 05 


8 00 


36 00 




358 


18 46 


11 73 


50 82 


63 James Gray, Samuel J. Hunter 


312 


15 75 


8 45 


43 25 


64 George Beynon, William J. McLean 


316 


18 92 


8 70 


37 51 


65 William Willoughby, Donald G. Sutherland, B.A. . 


296 


13 43 


6 75 


29 28 


66 William Willoughby, Donald G. Sutherland, B.A.. 


255 


13 50 


6 80 


35 50 


67 William Willoughby, John H. Robinson. . . . 


259 


13 60 


6 89 


35 00 


68 William McCullough, John S. Fisher. 


330 


14 81 


7 52 


55 00 


69 William McCullough, John S. Fisher. 


320 


16 00 


15 50 


60 00 


70 Michael Fawcett, Thomas Colling, B.A. 


325 


16 50 


10 00 


60 00 


71 Michael Fawcett, Joseph Odery . . . 


310 


19 00 


11 00 


60 00 


72 Thomas D. Pearson, William F. Perley . . 


315 


19 00 


10 00 


65 00 


73 Thomas D. Pearson, John Robbins.. 


291 


20 42 


10 50 


53 00 


74 See London Conference. . ... 


266 


21 75 


10 50 


46 50 



* Hastings and Havelock set off. 



t Wellington Square added to Waterdown Circuit. 



268 



CIRCUITS, STATIONS, AND MISSIONS. 



OAKWOOD. 
A village in the township of Mariposa, County of Victoria, Ontario. 

Circuit. 



It was formerly part of Lindsaj 



Year 



Names of Ministers. 



1865 Ephraim L. Koyl 

66 Ephraim L. Koyl. 

67 Thomas Williams 

68 Thomas Williams, Thomas J. Edmison 

69 Thomas Williams, Thomas J. Edmison, 

70 William Burns, David Winter.. 

71 William Burns, David Winter 

72 William Burns, William L. Rutledge. 

73 Henry McDowell, Robert Cunningham 

74 See Toronto Conference.; 



No. of 
Members. 



144 
144 

143 
241 
272 
400 
425 
341 
300 



Conting. 
Fund. 



$4 49 

5 41 

9 08 

9 14 

9 °0 

13 03 

16 12 

11 00 

11 70 



Educa. 
Fund. 



$2 19 
3 16 
3 15 

6 00 

7 40 
9 35 

10 70 
6 00 
6 34 



Sup. M. 
Fund. 



$10 43 

18 70 

19 22 
17 2S 

19 17 
22 81 
25 86 

20 00 
30 00 



ODELLTOWN. 



A town in the Seignory of Lacolle, in the County of St. Johns, Quebec. 
40 miles, from the Province Line half a mile. 



Distant from Montreal 



Year 



Ministers. 



1823 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 

1855 
56 
57 
58 
59 
60 
61 
62 
63 
64 
65 
66 
67 
68 
69 
70 
71 
72 
73 
74 



John De Putron .... 



William Burt 
William Burt . 
Matthew Lang 
Matthew Lang 
Matthew Lang 
James Knowlan 



No. of 
Members. 



James Booth . .... 

James Booth 

James Booth . 

John Tomkins 

John Tomkins, M. McDonald . 
Robert Cooney, M. McDonald . 

William Scott 

William Scott 

John Bate 

Edward H. Dewart 

Edward H. Dewart 

Edward B. Ryckman, B.A. 
Edward B. Ryckman, B.A. 
Edward B. Ryckman, B.A. 
William R. Parker, B.A. . 
William R. Parker, B.A. .. 
William R. Parker, B.A. . . . 
William C. Henderson, B.A. 
William C. Henderson, B.A.. 
William C. Henderson, M.A. 
William D. Brown . . . 
William D. Brown. 

William D. Brown. 

William I. Shaw, B.A., LL.B. 
William I. Shaw, B.A., LL.B. 
See Montreal Conference 



150 
180 
167 
173 
192 
214 
214 
212 
220 
228 
210 
290 
279 
273 
249 
274 



Year 



Ministers. 



No. of 
Members. 



1839 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 
53 
54 



Robert Cooney . 

Thomas Turner 

William M. Harvard. 
William M. Harvard. . 

William M. Harvard 

John Tomkins 

John Tomkins 

John Tomkins 

Matthew Lang 

Matthew Lang, John Douglas 
John C. Davidson, John Dougl; 

John C. Davidson 

John C. Davidson 

James Brock . . .... 

James Brock 

James Brock, John S. Evans . . 

220 
141 
128 
140 
175 
176 
171 
180 
170 
177 
188 
202 
203 
200 
208 
200 
179 
183 
177 
167 



281 
203 
196 
224 
276 
292 
264 
244 
232 
242 



8 45 


3 34 


11 35 


3 40 


8 26 


3 65 


13 98 


4 20 


17 27 


4 31 


17 70 


4 53 


9 75 


4 37 


14 80 


2 25 


8 13 


4 34 


5 69 


3 56 


8 40 


4 25' 


10 97 


4 79 


11 85 


6 88 


12 54 


10 40 


11 25 


12 40 


12 65 


12 65 


12 70 


7 00 


17 93 


7 18 


12 70 


11 29 



4 00 

5 00 

6 00 
16 05 

9 75 

10 00 

10 50 

9 00 

9 20 

14 43 
16 63 

15 69 
15 79 
15 66 
23 50 
31 00 

34 00 

35 63 
35 00 



ODESSA. 

A village in the township of Earnestown, County of Addington, Ontario. Distant from Kingston 

12 miles. 

1859 John Slight. 

60 1 266 7 80 2 34 211 35 

to \ United with Wilton . . 
63 



WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



269 



Year 



Names of Ministers. 



No. of 
Members. 



1864 Richard Clarke 

65 Richard Clarke 

66 Wesley Casson 

67 Wesley Casson 

68 Wesley Casson . . 

89 Marmaduke L. Pearson . . 

70 Marmaduke L. Pearson . . 

71 Joshua H. Johnson, M.A.. 

72 Joshua H. Johnson, M.A.. 

73 James Kines. ... 

74 See Montreal Conference 



155 
155 
160 
163 
168 
204 
202 
206 
209 
213 



Conting. 


Educa. 


Sup. M. 


Fund. 


Fund. 


Fund. 


§4 15 


$1 80 


S3 50 


4 20 


2 00 


10 00 


6 50 


2 25 


10 00 


6 55 


2 40 


14 30 


6 75 


4 10 


12 50 


6 80 


3 20 


12 91 


5 00 


3 -0 


10 00 


7 96 


3 29 


12 40 


6 73 


3 65 


15 82 


9 91 


4 68 


20 65 



OIL SPRINGS. 



A Tillage in the township of Enniskillen, County of Lambton, Ontario. It was formerly part of 

Wyoming Mission. Distant from Sarnia 18 miles, and from Wyoming 12 miles. 

1863 James Thompson 

64 James Thompson 39 

65 Samuel C. Philp, Jun 46 7 26 6 12 i 8 62 

66 Samuel C. Philp, Jun., EliasW Frazee 50 8 90 3 00 20 00 

67 William F. Campbell * 65 6 28 2 90 15 20 

68 Elias W. Frazee . 6 

Petrolia united. 

69. George A. Mitchell, B. A., Henry Tuckley 45 .... 7 00 

70 George A. Mitchell, B. A., Charles Smith 85 13 61 13 43 15 16 

71 George A. Mitchell, B. A., Henry E. Hill 80 16 70 18 00 23 60 

72 Alfred M. Phillips. 110 17 48 1125 23 75 

73 Jacob Freshman . 1 52 5 50 3 00 8 00 

74 See London Conference 42 4 00 3 50 6 00 



OMEMEE. 

A village in the township of Emily, County of Victoria, Ontario. 

Distant from Peterboro' 15 miles. 

1857 William Briden . 
58 John Goodfellow 
69 John Goodfellow 

60 John Goodfellow 

61 Henry McDowell 

62 Henry McDowell 



Isaac Weldon 

63 Henry McDowell, Isaac Weldon 

64 Samuel C. Philp, Sen., J. Carroll Wilson. 

65 Samuel C. Philp, Sen., William R. Barker. 

66 William L. Scott, James A. McClung 

67 William Burns, Joseph Hall . 

68 William Burns, Albert C. Wilson 

69 William Burns, James Awde .... 

70 William Andrews, Thomas J. Edmison . . . 

71 William Andrews, William L. Rutledge . 

72 John W. Savage, Edward Hill 

73 John W. Savage, Francis Johnson 

74 See Toronto Conference 



It was formerly called Metcalfe. 



145 


13 20 


3 00 


149 


12 00 


3 00 


138 


9 00 


2 40 


158 


9 03 


2 20 


143 


8 50 


2 00 


200 


8 59 


2 84 


208 


6 84 


1 46 


220 


6 95 


1 55 


224 


8 56 


4 86 


226 


9 62 


5 03 


230 


6 42 


3 37 


238 


11 44 


6 01 


225 


12 00 


8 62 


226 


12 17 


7 25 


228 


12 20 


10 00 


226 


12 25 


6 15 


200 


12 27 


5 75 


205 


12 00 


6 00 



ONSLOW. 
A village and township on the Ottawa River, in the County of Pontiac, Quebec. 



1846 John Howes 

47 Erastus Hurlburt 

<8) 

to > Included in the Clarendon Mission. 
55) 

56 James Roy 

57 James Roy 

58 Archelaus Doxee 

69 Alexander Drennan 

60 Andrew L. Peterson 

«1 Archelaus Doxee 



28 
28 



31 
40 

44 
61 
65 



10 50 

7 62 



3 49 

8 00 

4 14 

5 08 
2 25 



00 
25 



12 


00 


12 


00 


9 


00 


9 


10 


8 


00 


13 


19 


10 


46 


11 


12 


12 81 


19 


61 


17 


72 


28 


30 


36 


50 


18 


20 


20 


00 


21 


00 


21 


25 


22 


00 



3 50 

6 00 



7 00 
7 00 

3 15 
6 50 

4 00 



* Petrolia set off. 



+ Petrolia again set off. 



270 



CIRCUITS, STATIONS AND MISSIONS. 



Year 


• 
Names of Ministers. 


No. of 
Members. 


Conting. 
Fund. 


Educa. 
Fund. 

$1 00 
1 10 
1 12 
1 40 
1 60 
1 75 

1 95 

2 61 

3 45 

3 50 

4 19 
4 07 
4 22 


Sup. M. 
Fund. 


1862 
63 
64 
65 
66 
67 
68 
69 
70 
71 
72 
73 
74 


Archelaus Doxee .... ... 


54 

63 

63 

70 

73 

73 

68 

71 

84 

86 

116 

130 

127 


$2 50 

1 90 

2 00 
2 36 

2 91 

3 15 
2 51 

7 24 

8 00 
8 07 
8 40 

8 50 

9 55 


$4 50 
3 60 


William Sanderson . . ... 

William Sanderson . . , . 


4 00 
4 50 
6 12 


William Shannon ... 


7 50 


William C. Washington, M.A . . . . . 

William C. Washington, M.A. >. . . 

John H. Stewart.. .,.„., .... 

John H. Stewart.. . . .... < 

John H. Stewart ... ..... 

See Montreal Conference ... ...... 


3 78 
10 76 
18 62 

9 30 

12 00 

13 00 
15 06 



ORANGEVILLE. 

A town on the River Credit, in the Gore of the township of Garafraxa, at the junction of the Counties 

of Grey, Wellington, and Peel, Ontario. Distant from Toronto 44 miles, from Barrie 50 miles, 
from Guelph 32 miles. 

1857 William Sutton . ... .. ... ... 

58 William Sutton . ... . 60 2 00 1 25 1 20 

59 John W. Savage.. 60, 3 25 2 31 2 54 

60 John W. Savage .. 121 7 56 3 50 4 25 

61 James Broley 112 7 74 3 72 5 12 

62 James Broley .. . 140 10 34 3 96 6 25 

63 Benjamin Sherlock 120 10 63 4 00 8 13 

64 Benjamin Sherlock 128 4 83 4 77 8 25 

65 Benjamin Sherlock . ... , .• . 145 4 10 2 00 5 10 

66 Richard L. Tucker . .. .,,„.,.. 124 425 250 900 

67 Richard L. Tucker, Abel Edwards ... 118 6 00 3 77 16 00 

68 Richard L. Tucker, John G. Scott. 138 10 10 4 00 20 00 

69 Thomas S. Howard, John G. Scott. . 140 10 15 6 ,00 20 00 

70 Thomas S Howard, Robert Phillips . ... 146 1105 6 20 .2100 

71 Thomas S. Howard, Robert Phillips 155 11 90 7 00 21 50 

72 George Sexsmith, John T. Smith 166 12 20 7 50 23 07 

73 George Sexsmith , . * 200 13 66 8 00 32 00 

74 See Toronto Conference 140 12 87 6 36 10 50 



ORILL1A. 

A village and township on Lake Couchiohing, in the County of Simcoe, Ontario. 

Toronto 90 miles, from Barrie 27 miles. 

1854 Jabez B. Keough 

55 ) 

to > United with Flos Mission 

57 | 

58 Alexander R. Campbell . . . 

59 Thomas D. Pearson ... 

i 60 John L. Kerr 

61 John L. Kerr 

62 John L. Kerr 

63 Charles Truver .... 

64 Charles Turver, Marmaduke L. Pearson.. 

65 Charles Turver, Marmaduke L. Pearson. . 

66 Thomas Feather, James Woodsworth .. . 

67 Thomas Feather, Jeremiah A. Chapman . 

68 "Robert Mark, M.D 

69 Robert Mark, M.D., William Peirce 

70 Robert Fowler, M.D., Joseph Deacon... 

71 Robert Fowler, M.D 

72 Robert Fowler, M.D 

73 Kennedy Creighton . 

74 See Toronto Conference 





30 


• * • 






137 


2 50 






111 


1 10 






150 


4 21 


3 27 




116 


4 47 


3 46 




111 


4 20 


3 19 




92 


4 50 


2 75 




101 


5 00 


3 00 




113 


6 05 


3 05 




129 


6 25 


3 21 




133 


10 00 


2 90 




121 


10 50 


3 00 




124 


11 12 


4 25 




t 126 


16 19 


8 89 




138 


22 30 


10 00 




118 


15 58 


9 00 




125 


16 CO 


11 20 



Distant from 



1 45 



2 36 


2 00 


5 20 


7 04 


5 04 


6 00 


7 00 


8 00 


8 50 


12 03 


5 50 


6 50 


11 66 


14 12 


17 10 


31 00 



Alton set off. 



t One appointment given to Morrison. 



WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



271 



ORMSTOWN. 

A Tillage on the Chateaugay River, in the township of Beauharnois, County of Chateaugay, Quebec. 

Distant from Montreal 36 miles. 



Year 



Names of Ministers. 



1856 William Hansford 

57 William Hansford . 

58 Samuel E. Maudsley 

59 Samuel E. Maudsley 

60 William Shannon 

61 Joseph Kilgour 

62 Joseph Kilgour 

63 Joseph Kilgour 

64 Silas Huntingdon 

65 Silas Huntingdon 

66 John V. Wilson . . 

67 John V. Wilson. 

68 John V. Wilson 

69 Edward Harris 

70 Edward Harris . . . 

71 Edward Harris 

72 William K. Shortt, M.A 
7« William K. Shortt, M.A 
74 See Montreal Conference 



No. of 

Members. 



68 
86 
85 
80 
80 
57 
59 
57 
47 
47 
55 
55 
60 
67 
67 
70 
75 
83 
85 



Conting. 
Fund. 



$7 82 
6 92 
9 99 
4 10 
9 12 
75 
8C 
40 
50 
75 
47 
79 
81 
52 



4 
4 
3 
3 
3 
3 
5 
6 
6 

6 80 

6 94 

9 75 

11 44 



Educa. 
Fund. 



83 
34 
37 
50 
50 
40 
17 
89 
00 
25 
89 
50 
00 
00 
75 
00 
50 
00 



Sup. M. 
Fund. 



$4 06 

7 20 

8 36 
6 35 
3 20 
6 00 
6 00 



65 
00 
00 



6 00 



7 50 

7 55 

8 49 
10 00 

10 47 

11 50 
11 10 



5 00 
5 58 

4 50 
10 00 

5 27 



41 
00 
04 
95 
00 
29 
02 
43 
47 



10 56 
10 60 
10 60 
10 90 

9 98 

7 50 

8 98 
5 45 

23 
21 
00 
50 
61 
36 
52 
00 
50 
00 
25 
50 
87 
94 



3 25 



05 

10 
91 
00 
77 
00 
90 
00 
48 
80 
21 

2 50 
4 00 
8 00 
6 50 

3 00 
2 00 
1 56 



2 60 

3 25 

4 00 
50 
3 12 

75 

1 62 

2 37 
2 37 
50 
63 

18 13 



OSGOODE. 
A village and township in the County of Carleton, Ontario. Distant from Ottawa City 20 miles. 

1838 Vincent B. Howard . . . 

39 Wellington Jeffers 

40 William Willoughby 

41 Ephraim B. Harper. . 

42 Ephraim B Harper 

43 Joseph Reynolds 

44 Joseph Reynolds 

45 John Armstrong 

46 John Armstrong 

47 Charles Taggart 

48 Charles Taggart . 

49 Henry Shaler ... ...... 

50 Henry Shaler, Andrew Mc Alister . . 

51 Henry Shaler, Robert Hobbs 

52 William M. Pattyson, Henry McDowell. 

53 William M. Pattyson, Henry McDowell . 

54 William M. Pattyson, John A. Dowler. 

55 William McGill, James F. Latimer . . 

56 William McGill, John D. Pugh . . . 

57 William McGill, Edward A. Glassford . . 

58 George Case, James A. Gordon 

59 George Case .... 

60 George Case 

61 Edmund E. Sweet ... 

62 Edmund E. Sweet . 

63 Edmund E. Sweet 

64 John Slight . 

65 John Slight . 

66 John Slight.. 

67 William M. Pattyson 

68 William M. Pattyson 

69 Joseph H. Chant . . 

70 Joseph H. Chant 

71 Joseph H. Chant . . .... 

72 Samuel Teeson 

73 Samuel Teeson 

74 See Montreal Conference 



128 
90 
140 
183 
218 
256 
214 
172 
137 
171 
145 
144 
163 
170 
220 
222 
300 
222 
225 
215 
190 
120 
107 
92 
106 
145 
146 
130 
120 
84 
99 
104 
109 
109 
124 
128 



73 

99 

23 

30 

40 

18 

8 70 

10 50 

5 90 

12 80 



43 
60 
00 
50 

85 
05 
70 



10 00 
10 50 
6 00 
22 83 
15 00 
15 21 
13 76 



* Bearbrook set off. 



272 



CIRCUITS, STATIONS AND MISSIONS. 



OSHAWA. 

A town in the township of East Whitby, County of Ontario, Province of Ontario. 

Toronto 31 miles. ' 



Distant from 



Year 



Names of Ministers. 



1846 William Price 

47 William Price, David C. Clappison 

48 William Price, James Gooderham 

49 William Philp, William S. Blackstock . . 

50 William Philp ... 

51 John Law, Robert Lochead . 

52 John Law, David C. McDowell ........ 

53 Peter Ker . . . . . . 

David B. Madden, Robert Fowler, M.D. 



Included in Whitby Circuit. 



54 
55 

to 
68 

69 Wellington JefTers, D.D. 

70 Wellington Jeffers, D.D. 

71 William Scott 

72 William Scott.. 

73 William Scott 

74 See Toronto Conference . . 



No. of 


Conting. 


Mem ers. 


Fund. 


265 


$16 27 


360 


18 00 


470 


5 20 


427 


21 10 


493 


24 07 


415 


20 87 


335 


22 43 


363 


19 84 


470 


30 27 


iii 


30 70 


150 


20 64 


155 


23 80 


157 


23 90 


160 


24 00 



Educa. 
Fund. 



$16 73 



17 00 

12 74 

10 37 

7 20 

7 00 



Sup. -M. 
Fund. 



$12 43 
13 75 
16 27 

28 67 

29 30 
21 68 

27 04 

28 00 

30 85 



42 25 
35 40 
39 50 

42 SO 

43 00 



OSPREY. 
So called from the name of a township in the County of Grey, Ontario. 



1854 William Shannon 

55 David Hunt 

56 Thomas Hanna . . 

?)■ 

to > 

63) 

64 Daniel E. Brownell 

65 Christopher Hamilton 

66 Christopher Hamilton 

67 David A. Johnston 

68 David A. Johnston 

69 {John Theobald) . . . 

70 William Tucker 

71 William Tucker 

72 Alfred L. Russell, B.A 

73 Alfred L. Russell, B.A 

74 See Toronto Conference . 



16 






46 






70 


5 18 




127 


6 57 




"l29 


3 46, 


1 86 


110 


3 50 


2 00 


115 


2 40 


1 50 


114 


4 75 


3 07 


140 


5 13 


2 00 


142 


6 00 


4 00 


108 


5 70 


4 30 


120 


5 90 


3 95 


126 


6 06 


4 00 


135 


6 95 


2 50 



1 00 


4 00 


5 00 


3 70 


6 00 


3 00 


6 25 


7 05 


3 19 


5 20 


5 45 


14 83 


25 00 



OSWEGOTCHIE. 

The name of an old Indian village which stood a little east of where the town of Ogdensburg now 
stands. This was the second Circuit lormed in Canada West. It received its name from a 
stream which empties itself into the St. Lawrence, opposite Prescott. The Circuit included the 
townships of Elizabethtown, Augusta, Edwardsburg, Matilda, Williamsburg, Oznabruck, and 
Cornwall. ' 



Year 


Ministers. 


No. of 
Members. 


Year 


Ministers. 


No. of 
Members. 


1792 
93 
94 
95 
96 
97 
98 
99 

1800 
1 
2 


William Lossee 

| No appointment owing to the 

\ war 

James Coleman . 

Hezekiah C. Wooster . 

Darius Dunham . 


90 

116 
153 
140 
208 
208 
300 
220 
330 


1803 Sylvanus Keeler, Seth Crowell, 
N. U. Tompkins » 

4 Peter Vannest, Luther Bishop . . 

5 Thomas Madden ... 

6 Sylvanus Keeler, Nathan Bangs . 

7 Gershom Pearce, William Case. . 

8 D. Pickett, I. B. Smith, C. 

Hulbert , ; , . 

9 Divided into Augusta and Corn- 

wall Circuits — which see. 


447 
441 
457 
558 
529 

530 


Joseph Jewell, James Herron 

William Anson, James Aikens . 
Ottawa united with it one year. 





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273 



OTTAWA. 

This was the Fourth Circuit formed in Canada. It included the townships on both sides of the 

Ottawa Kiver. 



Year 



Ministers. 



1800 Daniel Pickett 

1 John Robinson, Caleb Morris 

2 United with Oswegotchie .... 

3 Daniel Pickett 

4 Samuel Howe 

5 Robert Perry 

6 Andrew Prindel 

7 William Snyder. . . • . 

8 William Snyder 

9 Thomas Madden 

10 Thomas Madden 

11 Samuel Luckey 

12 Robert Hibbard 

, , [ No record. 

15 Nathaniel Reeder 

16 George Ferguson .... 

17 Peter Jones 

18 Renaldo M. Everts, Ezra Adams 

19 Ezra Adams, K. McK. Smith... 

20 Truman Dixon, James Botfield . 

21 David C. Spore 



No. of 
Members. 



45 

47 

73 

89 

95 

105 

105 

117 

116 

116 

116 

97 



153 

127 

95 

87 

89 

120 



Year 



Ministers. 



1822 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 

32 

33 
34 
35 

36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 



William H. Williams . 

Kenneth McK. Smith 

George Bissell 

William Slater 

George Farr 

Richard Jones 

Cyrus R. Allison 

Cyrus R. Allison .... 

George Poole 

George Poole .. 

t \. th i I John Carroll, / 

John Black { T • „ r ' [ 

( Lewis Warner, ) 

John Black, George F. Playter 

Charles Wood, Stephen Brownell 

Asahel Hurlburt, S. Brownell. . . 

Asahel Hurlburt 

Alvah Adams, John Mclntyre. . 

Alvah Adams, George F. Playter. 

Henry Shaler, Win. Willoughby. 

Thomas Harmon, Henry Shaler. . 



No. of 
Members . 



136 

128 
125 

122 
40 
90 

115 
207 
283 

277 

290 

310 
351 
362 
667 
597 
555 
504 
562 
552 



OTTAWA CITY. 

Formerly called Bytown, is situate on the Ottawa River, 87 miles from its confluence with the 
St. Lawrence, and at the mouth of the Rideau River, in the township of Nepean, County of 
Carleton, Ontario, Distant from Montreal 126 miles, from Kingston 95 miles, and from Toronto 
233 miles. 



Year 



Names of Ministers. 



1855 James Brock. . . 

56 James Brock 

57 James Brock 

58 John Carroll 

59 John Carroll . 

60 John Carroll 

61 William Scott.... 

62 William Scott 

63 William Scott.. 

64 John Douse .... 

65 John Douse . . 

66 John Douse 

67 Ephraim B. Harper, M.A 

68 Ephraim B. Harper, M.A.. ... .. 

69 Ephraim B. Harper, M.A 

70 William Stephenson, Jos. Odery 

71 William Stephenson 

72 William Stephenson, William Hall, M.A. . 

73 William J. Hunter 

74 See Montreal Conference 



No. of 

Members . 

140 
128 
150 
160 
220 
178 
170 
172 
152 
160 
181 
221 
237 
250 
280 
290 
316 
316 
350 
225 



Conting. 
Fund. 



$8 80 
14 40" 
13 10 
12 55 
18 77 

18 85 

19 03 
19 22 

23 26 

24 50 

25 87 
34 10 

38 39 
50 77 

39 42 
47 70 
67 10 
67 25 
71 25 
50 00 




12 50 



7 64 

8 77 

9 25 
16 20 
22 82 
30 08 

43 76 
29 73 
40 00 
40 20 

44 32 
25 00 



Sup. M. 
Fund. 



$5 28 
13 00 
20 00 
20 00 
38 00 
40 00 
49 25 
40 00 
40 00 
40 00 
42 75 
67 50 
78 00 
101 00 

105 37 

106 57 
103 00 
100 50 
160 26 
121 75 



OTTAWA EAST— KING STREET. 



1873 William Hall, M.A 

74 See Montreal Conference 



120 



20 00 



10 00 



58 00 



OTTAWA WEST— RICHMOND ROAD. 



1873 Robert Mark, M.D 

74 See Montreal Conference 

18 



120 



14 20 



00 



274 



CIRCUITS, STATIONS AND MISSIONS. 



,• OTTERVILLE. 

A village in the township of South Norwich, County of Oxford, Ontario. 

Norwich Circuit. 



It was formerly part of 



Year 



Names of Ministers. 



1870 Richard Kerr 

71 Thomas W Jackson.. 

72 Thomas W, Jackson . 

73 Thomas W. Jackson . 

74 See London Conference 





No. of 


Conting. 


Educa. 




Members. 


Fund. 


Fund. 




136 








122 


$3 36 


$4 56 




139 


4»52 


5 23 




146 


5 89 


3 59 


. . .... 


139 


7 00 


3 06 



Sup. M. 
Fund. 



$7 10 

11 27 

9 02 

8 19 



OWEN SOUND. 

The County Town of the County of Grey, Ontario, is situated at the mouth of the River Sydenham, on 
the south side of the Georgian Bay, Lake Huron. Distant from Collingwood 50 miles, from 
Guelph 84 miles, and from Toronto 150 miles. 

1841 Stephen Brownell 

42 John Neelands ...... 

43 William Herkimer 

44 William Herkimer 

45 United with St. Vincent 

46 David Jennings, John Neelands 

47 James Hutchinson. .... 

48 James Hutchinson 

49 David Sawyer 

50 Benjamin Jones. 

51 John Williams. 

52 John Williams. ... . . .... 

53 Samuel Fear. . . 

54 Samuel Fear 

55 Samuel Fear, William M. C. Luke.. 

56 Joel Briggs, James A. Iveson . 

57 John L. Kerr . 

58 Conrad Vandusen, George McNamara. 

59 John A. Williams, Robert H. Smith . 

60 John A. Williams. . . 

61 John A. Williams 

62 George Goodson 

63 George Goodson ........ 

64 George Goodson. 

65 Thomas Cleghorn 

66 Thomas Cleghorn 

67 Thomas Cleghorn. . 

68 John Hunt. 

69 Isaac B. Aylesworth, M. D. . 

70 Kennedy Creighton. 

71 Kennedy Creighton. 

72 Kennedy Creighton. 

73 JohnG. Laird.. . 

74 See Toronto Conference 



112 






54 






57 






200 


i 40 


■ * • • 


171 


2 05 




171 


3 10 




163 


1 13 




150 


• . > 




103 


3 30 




113 


3 50 




127 


3 75 




170 


5 00 


1 05 


210 


8 35 


4 00 


248 


9 26 


4 00 


242 


9 40 


4 00 


183 


2 34 


4 00 


*172 


4 26 


5 55 


120 


4 00 


5 60 


98 


4 28 


3 90 


110 


4 50 


4 06 


114 


6 26 


4 25 


t85 


6 50 


4 30 


95 


8 15 


4 20 


89 


8 90 


4 35 


93 


11 46 


5 84 


92 


11 61 


8 73 


99 


9 86 


3 04 


100 


10 17 


6 13 


154 


11 50 


6 45 


164 


12 30 


7 00 


148 


18 30 


9 10 



1 80 


2 15 


2 75 


i 50 


2 00 


2 30 


3 05 


20 50 


20 00 


20 00 


20 00 


5 87 


11 27 


13 00 


11 00 


14 50 


14 75 


16 13 


16 25 


25 50 


15 00 


12 00 


15 00 


21 00 


22 00 


25 00 



OXFORD. 

So called from the name of a township in the County of Oxford, Ontario. 

1832 John Bailey.. .. . ... i 

33 Richard Phelps 190 6 15 

34 Richard Phelps ... . . 164 2 50 

35 John S. Attwood. ... 113 6 12 

36 James Norris . . . . ... 139 13 92 

37 James Norris ... 127 8 62 10 25 

38 Thomas Fawcett. . . . . . 121 8 67 10 50 

39 Thomas Fawcett.. . 173 13 00 20 00 

40 Peter Kerr, Henry Byers, Isaac B. Howard .. . . 221 16 10 .. 2120 

41 William Coleman, Matthias Holtby. ..... . . . 218 16 12 19 45 

42 Samuel C. Philp, George Young. . 341 22 40 12 33 

43 ) ... 397 20 75 8 00 

to } Included in Woodstock. 
01 



* Holland and Sullivan set off. 



+ KeDDel set off. 



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275 



Year 


Names of Ministers. 


No. of 
Members. 


Conting. 
Fund. 


Educa. 
Fund. 


Sup. M. 
Fund. 


1862 William Lund 

63 William Lund, Dennis L. Huff. 

64 ) 

to > Again included in Woodstock Circuit. 

67 ) 

68 William C. Watson, M. A. 

69 William C. Watson, M.A 

70 William C. Watson, M. A.. 

71 Shem Blansliard 

72 Shem Blanshard. . ... 

73 Shem Blanshard. . 

74 See London Conference 


201 
234 

i30 
133 
140 
141 
126 
139 


$10 48 
12 75 

12 70 

12 80 

13 00 
16 30 

12 31 

13 63 


$6 55 
9 75 

8 00 
8 00 
11 00 
7 40 
6 93 
3 56 


$16 00 
27 00 

8 io 

9 75 
12 90 

8 02 
14 02 

9 45 



P. 



PAISLEY. 
A village on the Saugeen Road, at the junction of the Mead and Saugeen Rivers, and at the four 
corners of the townships of Greenock, Elderslie, Brant and Saugeen, County of Bruce, Ontario. 
Distant from Saugeen 15 miles, and from Walkerton 16 miles. 

1857 James A. Iveson 

58 James A. Iveson 

59) ... 

60 > United with Southampton. 

61 | 

62 George Jacques ... 

63 George Jacques, George W Rich 

64 Daniel Connolly, William Sparling 

65 Daniel E. Brownell, William Magwood. 

66 Isaac Gold 

67 Isaac Gold . . 

68 Thomas Hanna 

69 Thomas Hanna . . 

70 Thomas Hanna .... 

71 Nathaniel S. Bur wash . . 

72 Nathaniel S. Burwash 

73 Nathaniel S. Burwash, 

74 See Toronto Conference 



John Turner . 
Alexander Thibadeau 



36 


2 32 




70 


1 13 


92 


82 


1 80 


70 


'ii2 


2 00 


2 22 


132 


2 73 


2 73 


138 


2 75 


2 75 


94 


4 17 


2 91 


80 


1 32 




90 


2 53 




97 


4 45 


3 05 


120 


4 00 


3 20 


140 


5 67 


5 00 


145 


8 62 


3 77 


182 


7 70 


4 98 


220 


8 19 


4 10 



1 


75 


1 


90 


4 


00 


3 


43 


3 50 


8 


58 


6 


00 


2 


29 


5 


50 


8 


00 


12 


19 


13 48 


26 


11 


27 


76 



PAKENHAM. 

A village on the River Mississippi, in the township of 
Distant from Perth 40 miles, from Ottawa 36 
1854 John B. Armstrong 

55 Robert Hobbs . . . 

56 Robert Hobbs 

57 Robert Hobbs . . 

58 William McGill 

59 William McGill... 

60 William McGill 

61 George Case 

Arnprior united with it. 

62 George Case, William Hayhurst . 

63 George Case, William Hayhurst . . 

64 William Burns, William McDonagh .... 

65 William Burns, William McDonagh 

66 William Burns, William McDonagh 

67 James Masson, John C. Ash 

68 James Masson, John C. Ash 

69 William Tomblin, Thomas Brock 

70 William Tomblin, Thomas Brock 

71 William Tomblin, John Wilson, B. A 

72 John Walton, John Wilson, B. A. 

73 John Walton. . 

74 See Montreal Conference .... 



Pakenham, 
miles, from 



County of 
Brockville 



Lanark, Ontario. 
72 miles. 



2 50 

5 00 

6 65 

7 00 
18 00 
12 75 
14 00 



75 


6 00 


1 50 


90 


6 70 


5 00 


90 


6 00 


6 65 


103 


6 50 


5 65 


113 


6 35 


3 32 


128 


5 34 


2 50 


120 


6 16 


2 97 


85 


9 00 


3 00 


190 


6 58 


3 60 


2d0 


4 75 


1 00 


250 


4 45 


2 03 


275 


5 37 


4 00 


.282 


8 00 


4 56 


296 


20 40 


8 23 


290 


20 26 


21 13 


280 


20 40 


15 00 


270 


25 00 


20 00 


260 


25 50 


17 90 


*250 


23 11 


9 37 


148 


10 75 


3 55 



5 10 

7 75 

7 17 

8 62 
12 75 
27 77 
43 31 
49 22 
49 25 
55 00 
53 00 
52 45 
22 73 



* Arnprior set off. 



276 



CIRCUITS, STATIONS AND MISSIONS. 



PARIS. 
A town on the Grand River, in the townships of Brantford and South Dumfries, County of Brant, 
Ontario. It was formerly part of Dumfries Circuit. Distant from Brantford 7 miles, from 
Hamilton 30 miles, from Toronto 68 miles, and from London 55 miles. 



Year 



Names of Ministers. 



Jeffery 



1850 Edwin Clement 

51 Edwin Clement . . ., 

52 Edwin Clement '. .. 

53 Joseph Sheply. 

54 Joseph Sheply 

55 Orrin H. Ellsworth 

56 Orrin H. Ellsworth .... 

57 Orrin H. Ellsworth, Thomas W, 

58 .Peter Ker, Thomas W. Jeffery . 

59 Peter Ker, William Hay 

60 William S. Griffin. Richard Potter 

61 William S. Griffin, William Hayhurst 

62 William S. Griffiin, Henry Bartlett 

fi „ { James Spencer, M.A., Samuel Hume, 
06 i "™ r:li: — ™ Morrison, B.A., Thomas 

John N. Hewitt, 
Geo. H. Bridgman 

65 John G. Laird, George Burson . 

66 John G. Laird, George Burson . . . 

67 John Mills, John F. German M. A. . 

68 John Mills, John F. German, M.A. 

69 John Mills, Edward Morrow, M.A. 

70 John Douse. 

71 John Douse. . . .. 

72 John Douse .... ..... 

73 JohnPhilp, B.A.. . 

74 See London Conference 



William F. 
64 John G. Laird, 



B, 



Kelly, 
A.. 



No. of 
Members. 



91 
111 

122 
122 
117 
124 
220 
233 
235 
270 
266 
284 

329 

334 

327 
328 
315 
345 

*261 
263 

+ 132 
126 
120 
166 



Conting. 
Fund. 



$8 00 
8 34 

13 88 

17 19 

18 76 
36 00 
40 00 
35 00 
25 22 

18 34 
25 48 
21 69 

21 36 

22 42 

22 50 

24 25 

25 20 
27 16 
15 73 
15 52 

14 93 
14 69 
13 11 

19 00 



Educa. 
Fund. 



$4 00 
10 00 

10 00 

12 00 
6 71 

6 49 
14 39 

11 78 

11 65 

11 75 

10 45 
10 70 

7 00 
9 00 

13 65 

14 36 
7 75 
6 71 
5 50 

10 25 



Sup. M. 
Fund. 



$4 00 
4 31 
4 98 
10 21 
20 00 
25 20 
40 00 
42 00 
30 13 
53 48 
38 50 

40 92 

41 73 

42 57 

32 38 

36 00 

33 50 
51 20 
33 50 

37 44 
17 10 
17 50 
16 93 
23 00 



PARK HILL. 

A small village in the township of West Williams, County of Middlesex, Ontario. 

united with Ailsa Craig — which see. 
1868 William Galbraith 

69 John Burwash, M.A . . . .... 

70 John Scanlon . . ... 

71 John Scanlon 

72 James Whiting, Joseph Guest 

73 William Ames, William J. Maxwell 

74 See London Conference ... 



122 


6 38 


3 60 


136 


4 32 


4 15 


150 


10 59 


6 75 


165 


10 75 


7 50 


200 


12 30 


3 52 


220 


16 50 


10 00 



It was formerly 



8 31 
8 10 

8 50 

9 00 
10 00 
18 00 



PARRY SOUND. 
A village in the township of McDougall, Parry Sound District, Ontario. 

1869 Charles A. Hanson.. 

70 Samuel Tucker 

71 Samuel Tucker. . . 

72 Samuel Tucker 

73 John C. Willmott; M.A 



30 






137 


5 80 


7 50 


137 


11 07 


10 00 


J 216 


12 63 


10 00 


68 


5 20 


2 14 


85 


7 65 


2 50 



74 See London Conference . 

PEEL. 

So called from the name of a township in the County of Wellington, Ontario 
1849 Robert Lochead 

50 Charles Fish, Matthew Swann.. .... 125 i 27 

51 Matthew Swann .'. 261 

52 John Armstrong, James Harris 249 42 

53 John Armstrong, Thomas Culbert ... 295 1 25 

54 Henry Reid, Alex. R. Campbell. .. ... 315 3 14 

55 Henry Reid, John Hough.. .. .. . ... 351 * 14 00 2 30 

56 Henry Reid... .... 326 1145 192 



* Princeton set off. + Rich wood set off. 

+ Five appointments and 105 members given to form the McKellar Mission. 



18 70 
29 00 

21 00 
20 00 

22 75 



1 98 

75 

1 63 

3 48 

4 83 
3 23 



WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



277 



Year 



Names of Ministers. 



1857 Aaron D. Miller, James E. Dyer 

58 Thomas Demorest, Aaron D. Miller . . 

59 Samuel Fear, George MeRae 

60 Samuel Fear, John Sanderson (B) 

61 Samuel Fear, Madison A. Rice , 

■62 William Savage, Elias W. Frazee . . 

63 William Savage, Alex. Burns, B.A. 

64 Richard L. Tucker, George L. Haight. 

65 Richard L. Tucker, William Raney. . 

66 James Goodwin . . . 

67 James Goodwin, Joseph M. Hagar, B.A. 

68 James Goodwin, Thomas Campbell . . . 

69 Isaac Crane, John Scott, B.A. . 

70 Isaac Crane, William H. Bury 

71 Isaac Crane, Jabez Edmonds . 

72 William Hayhurst 

73 William Hayhurst, William H. Henderson. 

74 See London Conference ... 



No. of 
Members. 



374 
428 
458 
475 
560 
561 
600 
614 
318 
323 
331 
341 
383 
318 
293 
286 
322 
339 



Conting. 
Fund. 



.$14 54 

17 78 
14 10 

12 50 
21 00 
21 00 
21 35 

18 00 
11 00 
11 15 

13 31 
17 26 

19 09 
13 07 
11 39 

8 35 
10 12 
10 82 



Educa. 
Fund. 



$2 50 

6 04 
4 40 
4 20 
8 38 

7 50 

8 00 
8 00 

00 

10 

16 

47 

23 
8 00 
10 40 - 
7 25 
7 36 
7 80 



Sup. M. 
Fund. 



$6 43 

10 10 

2 90 

8 00 

16 50 

25 00 

26 00 
10 56 
21 00 
30 00 
35 21 
44 30 
50 20 
42 00 
35 00 
40 00 
37 25 
48 06 



PEMBROKE. 

A town on the Ottawa River, in the township of Pembroke, County of Renfrew, Ontario, 
from Perth 100 miles, from Ottawa 95 miles. 

1835 George B. Butcher. . 

36 George B. Butcher. . 

37 George B. Butcher. . 

38 George B. Butcher. . 

39 Stephen Brownell . . . 

40 Matthew Connor . . 

41 Matthew Connor . ! 

42 John Tuke ' 

43 John Tuke 

44 

45 Henry Shaler, William Morton . . . 

46 Henry Shaler, William M. Pattyson . 

47 Henry Shaler. . . ... 

48 
to 
59 
60 
61 



Distant 



Included in Westmeath Mission. 



James Masson , 

James Masson 

62 James Masson 

63 William Tomblin. . 

64 William Tomblin 

65 William Tomblin. . . 

66 David C. McDowell . . 

67 David C. McDowell 

68 David C. McDowell 

69 James C. Slater . . 

70 James C. Slater 

71 James C. Slater ... 

72 Richard Whiting. . . 

73 Richard Whiting. 

74 See Montreal Conference 



25 






25 






30 






47 


6 66 




40 






45 


6 03 




73 


4 00 




68 


2 00 


.... 


68 


1 40 




58 


10 94 




78 


4 40 


-... 


66 


3 37 




"90 


760 


2 51 


94 


7 68 


3 09 


98 


7 20 


2 80 


100 


.6 23 


2 90 


120 


6 25 


3 00 


110 


6 50 


3 00 


110 


6 65 


5 50 


150 


7 00 


4 00 


150 


10 00 


7 00 


130 


14 36 


10 25 


134 


13 24 


13 75 


120 


11 16 


8 55 


140 


12 00 


9 00 


140 1 


12 50 


• 9 25 



PENETANGUISHENE. 



A village on the Georgian Bay, in the township of Tiny, County of Simcoe, Ontario. 

Toronto 97 miles, from Barrie 34 miles. 

1851 Henry Reid 

52 Stephen Brownell .... 

53 Stephen Brownell .... 

54 Stephen Brownell 

55 Edward Sallows . ... 

56 Edward Sallows 

57 Edward Sallows 

58 United with Flos and Beausoliel Island.. . . 



4 00 


5 60 


3 40 


8 06 


4 18 


27 


4 03 


6 15 


6 20 


7 50 


10 00 


10 00 


16 45 


16 50 


17 50 


25 60 


23 00 


23 50 


70 00 


75 00 


istant from 



101 


6 05 




109 


3 18 




131 


3 37 




182 


4 65 


i 40 


70 


77 




70 


80 




101 







07 
09 
29 

57 



80 

1 72 



Drayton set off. 



278 



CIRCUITS, STATIONS AND MISSIONS. 



Year 



Names of Ministers. 



1859 William M. Cooley 

60 George McNamara. . 

61 George McNamara 

62 Robert Thompson 

63 Robert Thompson 

— [ United with Craighurst Mission. 

66 John W. Totten 

67 John Scanlon . 

68 John W. Wicher 

69 Thomas Atkinson . . 

70 (John Todd, M.A.) 

71 See Hillsdale . 



No. of 


Conting. 


Educa. 


Members. 


Fund. 


Fund. 


100 


$2 12 


$1 02 


75 


2 00 


3 50 


75 


1 29 


1 30 


52 


2 87 


1 60 


45 


2 32 


2 08 


"74 


3 33 


1 45 


78 


2 83 


1 87 


90 


3 62 


2 25 


134 


2 69 


4 00 


115 


6 67 


5 50 



Sup. M. 
Fund. 



$4 00 

3 00 

2 00 

4 45 

3 35 



1 93 

3 28 

4 50 
3 81 

6 00 



PERCY. 

A village and township in the County of Northumberland, Ontario. 

from Trenton 20 miles. 

1852 George Carr . . . . . . 

53 George Carr, Jay S. Youmans. 

54 William H. Williams, Jay S. Youmans. ... ... 

55 William H. Williams, Jay S. Youmans 

56 Edward A. Ward, Arthur Browning, D. Sutherland 

57 Edward A. Ward, Wm Sanderson, Wm. E. Walker 

58 Vincent B. Howard, Andrew L. Peterson 

59 Vincent B. Howard, Andrew L. Peterson. 

60 William L. Scott, James E. Richardson . 



Distant from Cobqjirg 30 miles, 



61 Ephraim L. Koyl, James E, 

62 Ephraim L. Koyl 

63 David A. Johnston 

64 David A. Johnston. 

65 David A. Johnston. 

66 Samuel Might.. 

67 Samuel Might.. . 

68 Samuel Might 

69 (John Todd, M.A.) 

70 Arthur Browning.. 

71 Arthur Browning. . 

72 Arthur Browning. . . . 

73 Edmund S. Rupert, M.A 

74 See Toronto Conference. . 



Richardson. 



103 


• 

7'ii 




. 143 


8 30 


.... 


230 


10 00 


1 00 


231 


8 54 


1 00 


400 


11 00 


4 60 


* 458 


8 22 




300 


6 60 


2 10 


295 


3 35 


1 80 


262 


5 94 


6 00 


265 


10 22 


3 74 


+ 247 


2*66 


1 41 


192 


3 00 


1 00 


260 


6 00 


1 00 


215 


7 50 


1 25 


241 


10 42 


3 31 


315 


10 50 


5 15 


237 


7 75 


3 30 


174 


7 88 


4 00 


184 


7 00 


6 50 


194 


7 50 


7 00 


215 


8 00 


7 00 


224 


12 35 


7 44 



3 90 

4 11 
6 65 
45 

15 00 

10 43 

5 00 

8 00 
14 75 

9 68 

6 68 
12 00 

9 00 

11 00 
26 25 
18 50 

16 08 
5 50 

7 00 
9 00 

10 00 

12 36 



PERTH. 

The County Town ot the County of Lanark, Ontario. It is situated on the River Tay, in the town- 
ship of Drummond. Distant from Brockville 40 miles, from Smith's Falls 12 miles, and from 
Ottawa 50 miles. 

1821 James Griggs Peale 

22 Franklin Metcalfe . 

23 Franklin Metcalfe, Solomon Waldron . 

24 

25 John Ryerson ..... .... 

26 William H. Williams ... 

27 Richard Jones, George Farr ... 

28 John Black. . '"'. 

29 Alvah Adams . ... 

30 John Carroll 

31 John Carroll 

32 William Patrick . . . 

33 William Patrick 

34 James Brock ........ 

35 James Brock, Hugh Montgomery 

36 Thomas Harmon, Reuben E. Tupper. 

37 George F. Playter, Willliam Willoughby. 

38 John Mclntyre 

89 John Mclntyre . . 

40 James Currie 



• • • • 


- • 


. . . 


30 






131 




• * • 


231 






300 


f # 




250 






207 






175 






167 






148 






200 


.... 




205 






177 ' 






167 


■ • ■ ■ 


.. 


156 






143 




. 


155 


1 51 




231 


5 50 




152 


12 63 




145 


8 80 





5 10 

7 02 

8 81 

3 00 

4 48 
11 55 

5 07 



Seymour set off. 



t Some appointments given to Hastings. 



WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



279 



Year 



Names of Ministers. 



1841 James dime 

42 George B. Butcher 

43 George B. Butcher 

44 George Goodson 

45 George Goodson, James Greener .... 

46 David B. Madden, Erastus Hurlburt . . 

47 Francis Coleman 

48 Francis Coleman 

49 Jonathan Scott 

50 Jonathan Scott, James Armstrong . . 

51 James Gray. 

52 James Gray 

53 David C. McDowell - 

54 David C. McDowell 

55 David C. McDowell 

56 David C. McDowell . . 

57 Henry Lanton. 

58 Henry Lanton 

59 George McRitchie ' 

60 George McRitchie 

61 George McEitchie 

62 Amos E. Euss, John B. Keagy, B.A 

63 Amos E. Russ, William C. Watson, B.A 

64 Amos E. Russ, George Rogers 

65 William Hansford, Alexander Lester . 

66 William Hansford, Ebenezer Teskey 

67 William Hansford 

68 Joseph E. Sanderson, M.A. . . 

69 Joseph E. Sauderson, M.A 

70 Joseph E. Sanderson, M.A. 

71 Thomas Brock 

72 Thomas Brock 

73 Thomas Brock 

74 See Montreal Conference 




173 
195 
126 
119 
194 
287 
237 
123 
117 
109 
166 
100 
103 
112 
200 
200 
215 
182 
165 
140 
143 
147 
198 
200 
270 
242 
■ 246 
126 
121 
100 

96 
111 
101 

97 



$8 95 

10 58 

3 00 

3 00 

4 73 

12 94 

13 07 
6 18 
6 50 

5 00 



7 25 
5 31 

7 72 

8 03 
8 46 
8 90 
8 92 



73 
43 



6 75 

7 11 



43 



I 
11 

10 00 

14 67 
9 01 
6 17 

6 25 

7 25 

7 50 

8 18 

9 67 
9 19 
9 25 



$4 67 
4 75 



78 
38 
35 
56 
66 
67 
04 
62 
74 
12 
60 



10 00 

7 50 
10 00 

8 00 
5 25 
5 00 



Sup. M. 
Fund. 



$4 
2 
2 
2 
3 
4 
5 
3 
4 
3 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 



25 
50 
00 
75 
12 



50 
75 
00 
00 
25 
25 
00 
30 
52 
6 07 

6 10 
4 46 
3 00 
8 00 

14 27 

11 05 
3 28 

12 15 

15 90 
14 00 

7 60 
10 70 
25 00 
18 65 

20 00 

21 00 
35 00 
12 00 



PETERBOEOUGH. 

The County Town of the County of Peterborough, Ontario. It is situated on the Otonabee Eiver, in 
the township of North Monaghan. Distant from Port Hope 30 miles, from Lindsay 28 miles, 
and from Cobourg 28 miles. 

1835 John Black, William Deverell 

36 John Armstrong, Hugh Montgomery 

37 George Poole, John G. Manly . . 

38 George Poole 

39 Gilbert Miller, Solomon Snider 

40 William McFadden, K. Creighton, John Sanderson 

41 William McFadden, V. B. Howard, Thomas Jeffers 

42 William McFadden, George Kennedy 

43 William Coleman, Eobert Darlington 

44 Thomas Demorest, Eobert Darlington 

45 Samuel P. La Dow 

46 William McCullough, Thomas Cleghorn 

47 William McCullough, James C. Slater 

48 George Goodson, Charles Turver 

49 Isaac B. Howard 

50 Isaac B. Howard 

51 Isaac B. Howard 

52 John Gemley 

53 John Gemley 

54 William H. Poole . 

55 William H. Poole ' 

56 William H. Poole 

57 William Scott 

58 William Scott 

59 Henry Lanton 

60 Henry Lanton . . 



345 
395 
358 
352 
354 
522 
553 
507 
504 
476 
504 
490 
572 
+ 599 
200 
211 
308 
374 
380 
324 
284 
250 
218 
190 
212 



5 00 

13 15 

14 00 

8 58 
18 43 
18 30 
16 28 
•22 10 
24 00 
20 32 

29 92 
32 25 

30 40 



9 
11 



00 



11 60 




18 95 




21 13 




14 71 


5 25 


13 95 


5 00 


15 86 


10 53 


11 95 


7 25 


7 05 


5 92 


11 51 


6 50 



15 50 
31 69 
26 47 
17 00 

5 07 
9 00 

12 23 
11 58 

21 40 

22 80 

20 25 

25 00 
30 00 

26 45 
7 00 

6 03 
6 58 

19 00 

24 90 

25 00 
25 75 
50 25 

24 37 

25 00 

21 00 



Bathurst set off. 



+ Millbrook set off. 



280 



CIRCUITS, STATIONS AND MISSIONS. 



Year 



Names of Ministers. 



1861 John Carroll 

62 John Carroll 

63 John Carroll 

64 James Brock 

65 James Brock . .... 

66 Joshua H. Johnson, M.A. . 

67 Joshua H. Johnson, M.A , 

68 Joshua H. Johnson, M.A. . 

69 George H. Davis . . 

70 George H. Davis 

71 George H. Davis 

72 Charles Fish 

73 Charles Fish, Samuel P. Kose 

74 See Toronto Conference 



No. of 


Conting. 


Educa. 


Members. 


Fund. 


Fund. 


186 


$7 75 


$4 50 


200 


11 05 


5 10 


330 


12 80 


9 00 


350 


15 30 


8 05 


370 


16 00 


8 05 


309 


16 00 


8 05 


290 


24 61 


10 05 


280 


25 32 


10 30 


281 


21 05 


15 00 


240 


30 37 


16 50 


243 


36 78 


24 00 


335 


41 31 


19 02 


280 


36 82 


18 00 


290 


40 84 


21 50 



Sup. M. 
Fund. 



$19 85 
51 40 
42 75 

38 25 

39 10 
45 90 
63 35 
63 95 
73 37 
59 68 
53 75 
50 85 
80 00 
83 40 



PETKOLIA. 

A village in the township of Enniskillen, Lambton County, Ontario. It was formerly part of Oil 

Springs Circuit. ' 

1867 Elias W. Frazee. 

68 ) 25 2 65 1 47 5 19 

to > United with Oil Springs. 

71) 

72 Ezra A. Stafford 

73 Ezra A. Stafford 100 17 44 9 75 20 34 

74 See London Conference. ... [ 70 12 37 5 44 19 62 



25 


2*65 


1 47 


100 

I 70 


17 44 
12 37 


• 

9 75 
5 44 



It was formerly part of Whitby Circuit 
miles, from Whitby 6 miles. 



296 


12 98 


3 92 


•293 


11 05 


4 20 


280 


13 10 


4 43 


"300 


13 35 


4 50 


290 


14 00 


4 82 


227 


5 28 


8 00 


249 


8 52 


8 00 


256 


8 60 


10 00 


278 


10 65 


10 00 


266 


11 75 


7 00 


304 


15 25 


8 27 



30 00 


21 00 


22 03 


25 00 


49 91 


20 62 


22 62 


24 62 


51 00 


52 15 


63 07 



PICKERING. 

A township in the County of Ontarip, Province of Ontario, 
and Stouffville Mission. Distant from Toronto 22 

1863 William McFadden, Alfred McCann 

64 William McFadden, Alfred McCann . . . 

65 John N. Lake, Edward Morrow, B. A.. . 

66 Henry Reid, Albert C. Wilson 

67 Henry Reid, Albert C. Wilson. 

68 Thomas Stobbs, Newton Hill 

69 Thomas Stobbs, William Walsh. . . . 

70 Thomas Stobbs, William Walsh. . 

71 George H. Cornish, James E. Werden. . 

72 George H. Cornish, | fiS^R^ 

73 George H. Cornish, Andrew W Ross . . . 

74 See Toronto Conference ....... 

PICTON. 

The County Town of the County of Prince Edward, Ontario. It is situate on the Bay of Quinte, in 
the township of Hallowell. It was formerly called Hallowell Circuit, and is distant from Belle- 
ville 22 miles, from Kingston 40 miles. 

1850 William McCullough, Robert Robinson.. 

51 William McFadden, Benjamin Jones 

52 William McFadden. Aaron D. Miller 

53 William McFadden, Thomas Woolsey 

54 James C. Slater, William Bryers.. .... 

55 James C. Slater, William Tomblin, J. N. Lake 

56 James C. Slater, William Sanderson, J. N. Lake. 

57 Charles Fish 

58 Charles Fish '; 

59 James H. Bishop . .... 

60 James H. Bishop . 

61 James H. Bishop • 

62 John Hunt ' " 

63 John Hunt 

64 John Hunt . 

65 George R. Sanderson .. ... ........ 



509 


21 50 




409 


17 80 




430 


17 80 




605 


20 00 




575 


14 73 


8 92 


678 


16 73 


7 53 


. *616 


20 87 


8 18 


259 


10 62 


5 00 


330 


14 55 


7 00 


268 


12-85 


7 15 


259 


9 54 


8 12 


286 


11 80 


5 00 


265 


10 79 


5 10 


279 


10 00 


5 13 


345 


6 28 


4 00 



34 50 
37 00 
34 50 
34 00 
34 60 
36 00 
36 00 
33 50 
40 00 

31 60 
28 65 

32 41 
30 50 
26 00 
32 25 



* Milford set off. 



WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



281 



Year 



Names of Ministers. 



No. of 
Members. 



Conting. 
Fund. 



Educa. 
Fund. 



Sup. M. 
Fund. 



1866 George R. Sanderson 

67 George R. Sanderson 

68 Nicholas R. Willoughby, M.A. 

69 Nicholas R. Willoughby, M.A. 

70 Nicholas R. Willoughby, M.A. 

71 Jonathan E. Betts 

72 Edwin Clement 

73 Edwin Clement 

74 See Toronto Conference.. . . 



310 
360 
365 
300 
320 
340 
310 
315 
315 



$7 25 

8 00 

9 79 

19 03 

22 10 
21 24 

20 50 

21 61 

23 41" 



$4 75 
5 10 
5 50 

15 60 

12 75 
9 60 
9 25 

13 02 
13 36 



$33 00 

33 21 

34 00 
37 33 
32 20 

39 29 

40 00 
63 38 
63 50 



PITTSBURG. 

The name of a township on the St. Lawrence, in the County of Frontenac, Ontario 

part of Brewer's Mills and Gananoque Circuit. 

1867 David Kennedy, B. A I 

68 David Kennedy, M.A 156 7 33 3 

69 Ephraim L. Koyl, George C. Madden 156 8 10 5 

70 William Briden, George C. Madden 162 9 04 5 

71 William Briden, William J. Young 167 10 50 6 

72 William Briden, John J. Leach 171 10 65 7 

73 WilliamS. McCullough, Thomas R. Fydell.... | 175 10 60 7 

74 See Montreal Conference ' 178 10 70 6 



It was formerly 



50 
00 
00 
50 
00 
00 
70 



26 00 
20 12 
20 26 
23 20 

23 50 

24 00 
24 00 



PLA1NVILLE. 

A village in the township of Hamilton, County of Northumberland, Ontario. 

of Cobourg Circuit. 

1859 George M. Meacham, B. A ... . .. 

60 Joseph Kilgour . 55 3 35 

61 ) 52 5 83 

to > Included in the Canton Circuit. 

63) 

64 William H. Musgrove. 

65 William H. Musgrove 64 1 75 

66 William H. Withrow, M.A. ... 53 3 15 

67 William H. Withrow, M.A. .... . 58 3 60 

fiq ( Supplied from Baltimore 54 2 57 

70 Samuel Sing. . . ... 45 ... 

71 Samuel Sing ... 77 5 26 

72 Samuel Sing 83 4 06 

73 James Charlton ... 72 7 97 

74 See Toronto Conference ... 65 518 



It was formerly part 



1 62 
3 00 



86 
2 00 
66 



60 

00 
00 

38 
50 



1 40 



9 42 
9 50 
9 04 

9 03 



9 00 

7 00 

13 00 

II 00 



, PLANTAGENET. 

A village and township in the County of Prescott, Ontario. It was formerly part of Lochabar Mission 

1861 John Hyndman . . . . .... 

62 George H. Kenney 44 2 05 

63 Richard N. Adams 47 1 41 57 101 

64 Richard N. Adams 39 1 95 1 75 1 61 

65 Now called Riceville— which see 37 2 87 65 4 00 



PLAYFAIR. 

A small village in the township of Bathurst, County of Lanark, Ontario. 

Lanark Mission. 



1867 Alexander Lester 

68 Alexander Lester. 

69 John Corbett 

70 John Corbett . . 

71 John Corbett 

72 William Sanderson — 

73 William Sanderson.. 

74 See Montreal Conference 



90 
80 
80 
81 
80 
83 
75 
70 



8 60 
6 33 
35 
61 
66 
70 
77 
80 



It was formerly called 



75 
02 
00 
00 
09 
15 
19 
30 



75 
00 
10 
13 
18 
25 
53 



8 16 



282 



CIRCUITS, STATIONS AND MISSIONS. 



POINT ABINO. 
A small village in the township of Bertie, on Lake Erie, Welland County, Ontario. 



Year 



Names of Ministers. 



1861 William M. C. Luke. . 

62 Reuben E. Tupper. 

63 Reuben E. Tupper 

84 Reuben E. Tupper 

65 Robert Shaw, B. A. . . . . 

66 Robert Shaw, B.A.. .. 

67 Shem Blanshard 

68 Shem Blanshard, Christopher Cookman 

69 William Richardson, John Agar 

70 Thomas Hurlburt ... 

71 Richard L. Tucker . . 

72 Richard L. Tucker 

73 See Ridgewav. . 



No. of 


Conting. 


Educa. 


Members. 


Fund. 


Fund. 


74 


$4 96 


$2 io 


80 


5 50 


2 50 


74 


5 52 


2 50 ' 


70 


5 52 


2 55 


50 


6 21 


1 30 


50 


2 88 




85 


12 00 


3 32 


91 


11 79 


6 00 


65 


10 93 


4 54 


67 


3 80 


7O0 


78 


5 00 


4 00 


82 


7 00 


6 00 



Sup. M. 
Fund. 



$6 62 
8 00 
6 00 
6 10 

12 05 
6 00 

16 01 

11 00 
10 80 

8 45 

9 00 

12 25 



POINT ALEXANDER. 
A small village on the Ottawa River, in the township of Rolph, County of Renfrew, Ontario. 



1855 William Scales . 

56 ) 

57 > Vacant. 
58) 

59 Jabez B. Keough 

60 Archelaus Doxee . 

61 William Sanderson . 

62 William Sanderson., 

63 William Sanderson . 

64 Brock Rose . 

65 Brock Rose . . . 

66 





3 83 


6 00 


4 


1 50 


2 35 


5 


1 25 


1 00 


7 


2 27 


1 50 


10 


2 20 


1 45 


10 


1 03 


I 48 


8 


3 30 


2 12 


12 


1 42 





7 00 



20 
00 
55 
82 
87 
55 
00 



POINT EDWARD. 

A village in the township of Sarnia, County of Lambton, Ontario. It was formerly part of the 

Sarnia Circuit. 



1873 James S. Ross 

74 See London Conference. 



48 
62 



5 88 



3 73 



10 78 



POINT LEVIS. 

A town in the township of Lauzon, on the St. Lawrence, opposite Quebec, County of Levi, Province 

of Quebec. 
1854 Edward Cragg 

55 Charles Stringfellow ... 

56 Charles Stringfellow, 3 months. . . 

57 ) United with Quebec . 
to' 



67 William Jackson 

68 William H. Rowsom, M.A. 

69 Joshua P. Lewis . 

70 Joshua P. Lewis . 

71 James Allen .... 

72 James Allen 

73 Joseph L. Forster 

74 See Montreal Conference 



"9 






2 






"(5 






13 


6 40 


4 20 


13 


8 00 


5 00 


13 


8 50 


5 50 


9 


6 10 


1 85 



3 40 

5 50 

10 20 

2 55 



POINT MARA. 

So called from a point of land on the east shore of Lake Simcoe, in the township of Mara, County 

of Ontario, Province of Ontario. 

1860 George T. Richardson ... 

61 George T. Richardson 

62 See Beaverton . 



40 







. . . . 


55 


2 00 


1 60 


5 00 


60 


2 00 


1 60 


5 00 



WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



283 



PORTAGE DU FORT. 

A village on the Ottawa River, in the township of Litchfield, County of Pontiac, Quebec. 
• from Ottawa 64 miles. It was formerly part of Clarendon Circuit. 



Distant 



Year 


Names of Ministers. 


No. of 
Members. 


Conting. 
Fund. 


Educa. 
Fund. 


Sup. M. 
Fund. 


1860 William Morton 








• • • ■ 


61 William Morton 


67 


$3 72 


$3 06 


$5 36 


62 William Morton. , 


60 


5 10 


1 40 


6 00 


63 John Kiernan 


60 


3 42 


1 11 


2 50 


64 John Kiernan ... 


66 


3 52 


1 17 


5 02 


65 
66 




72" 
84 


3 66 
3 66 


1 25 

1 25 


5 26 


William Creighton 


5 26 


67 William Creighton . . 


67 


2 05 


2 30 


6 02 


68 William Creighton .. 


64 


2 30 


95 


8 13 


69 Thomas H. Walker . . 


70 


2 47 


1 27 


6 00 


70 Thomas H. Walker 


73 


4 50 


5 13 


6 87 




77 


4 00 


6 84 


7 20 


72 Edwin Fessant . . 










73 Edwin Fessant . . ...... 


52 


4 32 


3 50 


12 4i 




50 


4 00 


3 50 


12 50 



PORT DALHOUSIE. 

A village at the mouth of the Welland Canal, on Lake Ontario, in the township of Grantham, County 

of Lincoln, Ontario. 













66 Egerton R. Young 


11 


3 00 


1 50 


4 00 


67 George H. Field 


12 


3 20 


1 75 


5 00 


68 George H. Field 


70 


13 00 


5 29 


7 00 




74 


8 12 


5 00 


2 00 



90 
93 
101 
72 
100 
118 
145 
136 
154 
164 
160 
240 
240 
230 
247 
275 
273 
233 
223 
206 
226 



3 25 
1 00 
00 
65 



PORT DOVER. 

A village situate at the confluence of the River Lynn with Lake Erie, in the township of Woodhouse, 
County of Norfolk, Ontario. Distant from Simcoe 8 miles, from Hamilton 88 miles, from 
Buffalo, N. Y., 80 miles. It was formerly part of Simcoe Circuit. 

1853 John S. Evans 

54 William Chapman . 

55 

56 John Shaw ... 

57 Isaac Barber . . 

58 Isaac Barber . . 

59 James Roy 

60 James Roy .... 

61 William W. Clarke 

62 James Harris . . 

63 James Harris ..'.... 

64 Nicholas R. Willoughby, B.A 

65 Francis W. Ware 

66 William H. Laird 

67 William H. Laird. ... 

68 William H. Laird 

69 John W German '. 

70 John W. German 

71 John W German 

72 William Bryers 

73 William Bryers 

74 See London Conference . . 



5 

6 

5 

11 

2 

2 
5 

7 
8 



41 
48 
45 
22 
04 
35 
63 
20 
71 

8 00 

9 00 

11 67 

12 10 

10 59 

11 00 
11 20 

14 00 

15 10 
15 10 
14 37 

13 03 



4 
2 

1 12 

2 71 

1 98 

2 07 
2 87 
2 67 

6 07 
4 13 
4 63 
4 90 
8 08 

14 00 
17 00 
10 19 

7 50 
7 60 



4 00 

4 00 
8 28 
8 50 

5 83 
3 75 

6 03 

5 54 

6 25 
20 00 
13 35 



14 
14 



00 
35 



14 79 



00 
50 



42 23 
42 10 
32 95 
36 00 
36 45 



PORT ELGIN. 

A village in the township of Saugeen, County of Bruce, Ontario. 

Circuit. 

64 

83 

100 

112 

118 



1870 Joseph Hill 

71 Joseph Hill.. 

72 David Perry . . 

73 David Perry . . 

74 Toronto Conference . 



It was formerly part of Invermay 



5 89 


6 10 


7 03 


8 13 



2 25 

2 35 

3 00 
3 00 



7 00 

7 72 

8 00 
8 25 



284 



CIRCUIT8, STATIONS AND MISSIONS. 



PORT HOPE. 
A town on Lake Ontario, in the township of Port Hope, County of Durham, Ontario. It was 
formerly Smith's Creek Circuit, and latterly part of Cobourg Circuit. Distant from Toronto 
65 miles, from Peterboro' 30 miles. 



Year 



Names of Ministers. 



No. of 


Conting. 


Educa. 


Members. 


Fund. 


Fund. 


i78 


$5 50 




188 


10 87 




440 


7 20 




357 


8 70 




329 


8 92 




347 


21 50 


' » 


360 


21 50 




376 


22 00 


• . 


345 


16 26 




350 


12 10 




370 


12 85 




*375 


16 33 




320 


16 50 




356 


18 25 




362 


19 82 


$2 25 


408 


20 00 


8 50 


584 


21 00 


9 78 


700 


23 00 


12 00 


551 


23 00 


12 37 


525 


23 00 


12 31 


t474 


23 66 


12 35 


217 


13 00 


6 70 


230 


17 88 


9 90 


195 


17 70 


8 68 


330 


19 37 


9 05 


251 


20 96 


7 14 


248 


24 12 


* 11 68 


215 


22 00 


10 42 


263 


23 00 


18 20 


240 


22 30 


18 06 


260 


26 88 


24 08 


265 


33 09 


17 20 


300 


36 94 


13 80 


280 


50 69 


18 67 



Sup. M. 
Fund. 



Nelles, B.A. 
Slater . . 



1840 William Haw 

41 Asahel Hurlburt.. 

42 Asahel Hurlburt.. 

43 William McFadden . 

44 William McFadden . 

45 John Gemley 

46 John Gemley .... 

47 Charles Lavell, Samuel S. 

48 Jonathan Scott, James C. 

49 George Goodson • .... 

50 George Goodson . . 

51 William McCullough 

52 William McCullough .' . .....-., 

53 William McCullough, Edward H. Dewart.. 

54 Joseph W. McCallum, William Tomblin .... 

55 Joseph W. McCallum, William Bryers . . . 

56 Richard Whiting, Samuel Tucker 

57 R. Whiting, A. E. Euss, W. C. Henderson, B.A. 

58 Lewis Warner, William Andrews, J. H. Stinson .. 

59 Lewis Warner, William Andrews 

60 John Hunt, Alex. T. Green .. . 

61 John Hunt . 

62 George R. Sanderson .... 

63 George R. Sanderson . . 

64 George R. Sanderson . . . 

65 William S. Griffin 

66 WilliamS. Griffin 

67 John A. Williams. 

68 John A. Williams. .. 

69 John A. Williams 

70 Isaac B. Howard.. . 

71 Isaac B. Howard. . 

72 Isaac B. Howard.. .... 

73 Ephraim B. Harper, M.A. 

74 See Toronto Conference. . 



$7 50 

5 74 

6 00 

7 12 
7 70 

11 07 
13 05 

12 25 

13 34 

14 00 
16 25 
20 25 
20 75 

22 75 

23 75 
27 00 
37 00 
40 00 
35 20 
35 75 
43 35 

24 00 
20 00 
22 14 
22 25 
24 25 
52 75. 

43 25 

44 25 
42 00 
58 00 
50 00 
52 00 
81 40 



PORT NEUF. 
A village at the mouth of the River Port Neuf, on the St. Lawrence, in the County of Port 

Quebec. Distant from Quebec 36 miles. 
1860 James Matheson .... 

61 James Matheson .... 

62 James Matheson. ,-.... 



63 James Matheson. 

64 William Adams 

65 William Adams 

66 William Adams . .... 

67 William Adams ... 

68 Richard Kerr ... 

69 Henry W Maxwell 

70 Henry W Knowles. 

71 (Jacob Spence). .. 

72 Moses Scott. ... 

73 Moses Scott 

74 See Montreal Conference 



30 
35 

32 
35 
22 
30 
33 
30 
32 
42 
38 
34 
32 
39 



50 

1 00 



37 
50 
03 



00 
45 



Neuf, 



1 00 



47 

2 00 

3 28 



PORT ROWAN. 
A village on Lake Erie, in the township of Walsingham, County of Norfolk, Ontario. It was formerly 

part of the Walsingham Circuit. 
1867 Thomas Kelly . ... ......... ... 

68 William Taylor T, 31. 6 50 4 35 6 00 

69 George Ferguson ...... 40 3 90 3 50 4 89 



' Newcastle set off. 



t Canton set off. 



WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



285 



Year 


Names of Ministers. 


No. of 
Members. 


Conting. 
Fund. 


Educa. 
Fund. 


Sup. M. 
Fund. 


1870 
71 
72 
73 
74 


George Ferguson .... ... 

William C. Jolley . . ... . 

William C. Jolley 

Richard L. Tucker 


40 
43 
44 
66 
80 


$6 00 
6 15 
6 25 

6 30 

7 00 


$4 50 
6 10 
6 17 
6 20 
4 84 


$7 25 
7 38 
7 40 
7 45 




8 00 



PORT STANLEY. 

A village on Lake Erie, in the township of Yarmouth, County of Elgin, Ontario. It was formerly 

part of St. Thomas Circuit. Distant from St. Thomas 9 miles, from London 24 miles. 

1854 Francis Chapman 

55 Francis Chapman 

56 George Cochran 

57 George Cochran 

58 George Cochran 

59 Alexander Campbell 

60 United with St. Thomas 

61 William E. Walker . . 

62 William E. Walker 

63 Phineas D. Will . . 

64 Phineas D. Will 

65 James F. Latimer 

66 James F. Latimer 
67* George Sexsmith 

68 George Sexsmith 

69 William Lund . . 

70 William Lund 

71 William Lund, Thomas W. Campbell 

72 Peter German, George W. Calvert. 

73 Peter German 

74 See London Conference 



117 


6 70 


97 


14 07 


\0& 


7 00 


89 


6 88 


88 


8 43 


100 


4 74 


131 


5 00 


93 


7 00 


98 


9 54 


93 


5 63 


79 


7 76 


95 


8 00 


95 


7 22 


115 


12 86 


130 


13 00 


135 


14 42 


145 


13 22 


163 


15 30 


181 


9 24 


197 


9 40 



830 


2 72 


3 70 


3 00 


4 00 


4 00 


4 10 


4 24 


4 73 


3 59 


3 60 


5 42 


5 12 


9 00 


8 00 


8 00 


8 50 


6 87 


6 90 



5 


18 


10 


19 


5 27 


4 


00 


5 


00 


5 


00 


5 


50 


5 


80 


6 73 


16 


88 


11 


62 


12 


00 


12 


00 


21 


00 


23 


75 


•21 


00 


25 00 


30 


00 


20 


00 


24 


00 



it 2 years. 



65 

57 

34 
630 

597 
553 
540 
59 
59 
84 
70 
75 
96 
92 
71 

60 

353 

369 

55 

55 

58 

72 

74 

80 

79 

110 

113 

105 

91 

92 

93 



PRESCOTT. 
A- town on the St. Lawrence, in the township of Augusta, County of Grenville, Ontario, 
from Ottawa 54 miles, from Kingston 60 miles, from Brockville 12 miles. 

1832 Philander Smith 

33 Alexander McNab 

34 William Patrick 

Augusta Circuit united with it 4 years . . . 

35 Ezra Adams, W H. Williams, John G. Manly 

36 Ezra Adams, George Ferguson .. 

37 George Ferguson, Henry Shaler 

38 James Currie, Henry Shaler 

39 Henry Wilkinson 

40 Henry Wilkinson .... 

41 Lachlin Taylor 

42 John Carroll 

43 John Carroll 

44 John Gemley 

45 Francis Coleman 

46 Joseph Messmore . . . 

47 Joseph Messmore 

Augusta Circuit again united with 

48 Thomas Bevitt, Simon Huntingdon 

49 Simon Huntingdon, Henry Budge . 

50 James Elliott ." ... 

51 James Elliott 

52 James Elliott 

53 James Gray 

54 James Gray 

55 H^nry Lanton 

56 Henry Lanton 

57 William Price ... 

58 William Price ... 

59 William Price 

60 David C. McDowell. . 

61 David C. McDowell 

62 David C. McDowell 

63 Kennedy Creighton 



Distant 



23 


44 


20 


00 


15 


60 


5 


00 


5 


25 


12 


66 


8 


00 


8 


00 


8 


82 


10 


10 


8 


95 


6 


95 


4 


00 


13 


00 


12 


48 


5 


41 


6 


55 


9 


00 


13 19 


6 


31 


3 


53 


5 


34 


12 


25 


12 


20 


12 25 


12 50 


11 


31 


11 


50 



23 
92 
90 
00 
00 
60 
00 
00 
50 



3 


00 


2 


25 


9 07 


32 


00 


30 00 


11 


00 


8 


00 


9 


60 


15 


25 


25 


00 


20 


00 


20 00 


8 00 


8 00 


1 


50 


8 


15 


9 38 


3 


50 


7 


25 


8 


00 


10 


19 


6 


19 


6 


23 


7 04 


12 


44 


12 


50 


13 00 


13 


50 


13 


55 


15 


25 



286 



CIRCUITS, STATIONS AND MISSIONS. 



Year 



Names of Ministers. 



1864 William Scott 

65 William Scott 

66 James Brock 

67 James Brock 

68 James Brock . . 

69 William Hall, B.A.. . . 

70 William Hall, M.A 

71 William Hall, M.A. 

72 James A. Gordon . . . 

73 James A. Gordon ... 

74 See Montreal Conference 



No. of 
Members. 



74 

74 

71 

70 

70 

85 

109 

126 

146 

142 

143 



Conting. 
Fund. 



$12 00 

9 11 

9 00 

10 25 

10 25 

11 10 
11 50 

20 00 

21 00 
20 70 
20 70 



Educa. 
Fund. 



$5 00 
4 10 
2 65 
C50 

4 50 

5 00 

6 00 
15 00 
12 00 
12 00 
10 73 



Sup. M. 
Fund. 



$24 50 
20 00 

18 00 

19 50 
22 00 
24 00 
41 70 
50 00 
53 00 
40 00 
50 00 



PRESTON. 

A village on the Grand River, in the township of South Waterloo, County of Waterloo, Ontario; 
Distant from Gait 3 miles, from Berlin 8 miles. 



1866 Aaron D. Miller. . 

67 John Smiley, B.A 

68 



5 





* 


58 


5 87 


2 52 


49 


5 21 


2 33 



5 12 
3 44 



PRINCE ALBERT. 



of Ontario. 
30 miles. 



A village in the township of Reach, County of Ontario, Province 
17 miles, from Beaverton, Lake Simcoe, 
1855 Thomas Demorest ... 

56 Thomas Demorest . . .... 

57 John W Savage . . 

58 John W Savage, William Sheridan 

59 John Law, James Anderson 

60 John Law, James Broley 

61 John Law, Joseph H. Stinson 

62 Charles Silvester, Samuel Might 

63 Charles Silvester, Edmund S. Rupert, B.A . . 

64 Charles Silvester, William C. Washington, B, 

65 Thomas Stobbs, Cornelius A. Jones. 
Thomas Stobbs, Daniel E. Gee . 
Thomas Stobbs, Marmaduke L. Pearson. . . 

Henry Reid, Richard W Williams 

Henry Reid, William J. Jolliffe 

70 Henry Reid, (Local Supply) 

71 Alfred McCann, Alexander C. Chambers . . 

72 Alfred McCann, Newton Hill 

73 Samuel C. Philp, Jr., John Hart. 

74 See Toronto Conference. ..... 

PRINCE ARTHUR'S LANDING. 
A village on Thunder Bay, north shore of Lake Superior, District of Algoma, Ontario. 
1872 William Halstead 

73 William Halstead 

74 See Toronto Conference 



66 
67 
68 
69 





• ■ ■ • 


• • t • 


100 


18 00 


8 40 


88 


18 05 


9 00 


305 


18 73 


8 20 


256 


13 02 


6 34 


246 


9 10 


9 10 


225 


10 25 


8 50 


199 


8 01 


6 50 


253 


17 15 


5 18 


239 


17 76 


7 26 


245 


15 05 


7 83 


205 


14 30 


6 10 


215 


14 55 


6 00 


223 


15 65 


7 00 


216 


15 67 


9 00 


210 


16 18 


9 25 


213 


17 50 


12 00 


223 


19 35 


9 00 


265 


20 00 


9 25 


270 


20 02 


9 33 



12 
19 



2 50 

2 76 



Distant from Whitby 



42 00 
44 (0 
16 00 
10 00 
19 50 

22 00 

23 50 
27 03 

27 28 
48 09 
12 00 
16 00 
16 50 
26 88 

28 91 
30 10 
50 00 

43 00 

44 00 



2 50 
2 25 



2 30 
2 20 



PRINCETON. 
A village in the township of Blenheim, County of Oxford, Ontario. 

Paris Circuit. 
1868 Alexander Campbell . 

69 Alexander Campbell . 

70 Edward Morrow, M.A. 

71 Edward Morrow, M.A. 

72 Edward Morrow, M.A. 

73 JohnH. Keppel. .. 

74 See London Conference . . 



a • • a 




• • • 


145 


5 50 


3 00 


130 


6 34 


2 50 


152 


7 40 


5 00 


152 


6 64 


5 25 


140 


4 73 


4 00 


125 


6 90 


3 50 



PROTON. 
A village and township in the County of Grey, Ontario. 



1851 Joseph Hill. 

52 Joseph Hill 

53 Samuel E. Maudsley 

54 Thomas Culbert. 

55 John L. Kerr 

56 John L. Kerr, William M. C. Luke 

57 Now called Artemesia Mission — which see 



It was formerly part of the 



8 00 

9 50 

17 «0 
19 00 
19 50 

18 00 



2 14 

1 68 

2 16 

3 07 

5 00 



180 


2 50 





280 


2 53 




230 


1 05 


• • • • 


191 


3 95 


■ • • a 


246 


3 69 


• • • > 


245 


6 57 


.... 



WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



287 



Q. 



QUEBEC. 

The oldest city in Canada. It is situate on a rock-bound promontory, formed by the junction of the 
Rivers St. Charles and St. Lawrence, Quebec. Distant from Montreal 170 miles, from Gaspe 496 
miles. 



Year 


Ministers. 


No. of 
Members. 


Year 

■» 




Ministers. 




No. of 
Members. 


1804 Samuel Merwin, 1 month 




1823 Richard Williams 


105 


5 






84 


„ I Nathan Bangs, 3 months, ) 
| Samuel Coate, 9 months, ) 




25 James Booth. . 


98 




26 James Booth . 


115 


r. \ Samuel Coate, | 
\ Thomas Madden, \ ' ' ' 




27 Richard Pope 


137 




28 Richard Pope. . 


115 


8 Samuel Cochrane . . 


13 


29 William Squire 


114 


9 George McCracken 


35 


30 William Squire 


139 


10 James Mitchell 


40 




202 


1 1 Joseph Scull 

12 Joseph Scull ... 


26 


32 Matthew Lang 


220 


26 


33 John Hick, John Tomkins 


375 


The above-named were mem- 




34 John Hick, John Tomkins. 


* 401 


~ bers of the Genesee Conference, 




35 William Croscombe, E. Botterell. 


388 


M. E. Church, U. S. Those 




36 William Croscombe, E. Botterell. 


260 


which follow were members of 




37 William Croscombe 


260 


the English Wesleyan Conference, 




38 William M. Harvard, H. Lanton 


240 


and were under the direction of 




39 Wm. M. Harvard, H. Lanton . . 


240 


that body until 1854, when the 


1 


40 Wm. M. Harvard, J. B. Selley. . 


301 


Canada Eastern District became 




41 Matthew Lang, James Brock. 


430 


annexed to the Canada Confer- 




42 Matthew Lang, James Brock . . . 


460 


ence. 




43 William Squire, John Borland . . 


432 


13 John B. Strong... 




44 William Squire, John Borland . . 


431 


14 John B. Strong 




45 Wm. Squire, John B. Brownell.. 


438 


J 5 Richard Williams.. 




46 John B. Brownell, Henry Cox . 




16 Richard Williams.. 




47 John B. Brownell, Giffard Dorey. 




17 John Hick. 


46 


48 J. 0. Davidson, C. Churchill. . . 


325 


18 John Hick 


72 


49 Charles Churchill.. 




19 Robert L. Lusher. 


86 


50 Charles Churchill. . . 




20 Robert L. Lusher 


115 


51 Charles De Wolfe, M.A 




21 James Booth . ... 


105 


52 John Borland .... 




22 Daniel Hillier. 


106 


53 John Borland .... 












No. of 


Conting. 
Fund. 


Educa. 


Sup. M. 
Fund. 


Year 


Names of Ministe 


rs. 




Members. 


Fund. 


1854 William Pollard 










«... 


• • < ■ 


55 William Pollard, William Hansfo 


rd 




354 1 




$8 00 


56 John Ryerson, Jonathan E. Betts 






323 


$33 50 




20 77 


57 James Elliott 






262 


44 77 


$35 60 


29 00 


58 James Elliott 






229 
244 
273 


60 45 
60 47 
62 62 


20 50 
35 00 

33 77 


36 62 


59 

60 


James Elliott : 






52 37 


John Gemley 




95 68 


61 John Gemley 






263 


74 10 


36 98 


96 17 


62 John Cemlev 






270 
304 
350 


75 10 

78 57 

100 00 


37 09 
46 69 

43 82 


105 57 


63 
64 








115 70 


George Young 


121 70 


66 George H. Davis 

67 George H. Davis 






330 
250 
244 


89 75 
63 49 
61 57 


40 00 
25 60 
25 30 


128 68 






106 57 






81 85 








232 


47 05 


22 60 


65 80 


69 Joshua H. Johnson, M.A. . 






218 


48 27 


37 80 


64 80 


70 Joshua H. Johnson, M.A. . 






190 


60 02 


43 63 


90 00 


71 James Elliott . . . 






194 


55 12 


58 28 


76 55 


72 James Elliott 






154 


59 87 


40 00 


78 00 


73 James Elliott 






140 


65 00 


40 00 


79 75 


74 








130 


77 90 


45 00 


88 60 









t New Ireland set off. 



288 



CIRCUITS, STATIONS AND MISSIONS. 



B. 



RAWDON EAST. 

A village and township in the County of Montcalm, Quebec. Distant from Montreal 42 miles. 

Wesleyville Mission was united with it in 1853 and 1854. 



Year 



Names of Ministers. 



1853 Erastus Hurlburt. 

54 Erastus Hurlburt 

55 William Creighton 

56 William Creighton . 

57 William Creighton. . 

58 William Richardson .... 

59 John Webster. 

60 John Webster. 

61 John Webster 

62 Ozias Barber 

63 Ozias Barber 

64 Ozias Barber 

65 Thomas G. Williams. 

66 Thomas G. Williams. . . 

67 Thomas G. Williams. . 

68 John English 

69 John English 

70 John English . 

71 Francis Hunt 

72 Francis Hunt . 

73 Francis Hunt . . 

74 See Montreal Conference 



No. of 


Conting. 


Educa. 


Members. 


Fund. 


Fund. 


iio 






181 


$2 71 




70 


4 52 




82 


2 79 


$8 05 


78 


1 32 


25 50 


76 


4 55 


1 85 


93 


4 66 


1 85 


83 


3 70 


1 25 


90 


1 55 


1 30 


88 


1 60 


1 35 


70 


1 25 


60 


61 


2 88 


1 20 


66 


2 15 


85 


64 


2 10 


1 00 


67 


2 02 


1 54 


65 


2 73 


1 00 


66 


2 78 


1 50 


80 


2 05 


2 00 


66 


2 50 


2 00 


70 


1 00 


1 67 



Sup. M. 
Fund. 



$7 00 

12 00 

16 00 

4 20 

7 07 

8 25 
12 13 

7 12 

7 50 

4 25 

8 40 
8 00 
8 50 
8 50 
8 50 

5 30 

6 05 
3 75 
2 00 



RAWDON WEST. 



So caUed from the name of a township in the County of Hastings, Ontario. 

Marmora Mission. 

1851 Abraham Dayman 

52 George F Playter ... 

53 George F. Playter 

54 John Black . 

55 Name of Mission changed to Stirling 





. . . ■ 


. . 


63 


3 45 




122 


5 60 




112 


5 70 




90 


6 00 


i oo 



REESORVILLE. 
A village in the township of Markham, County of York, Ontario. 
1840 David Wright 



41 Samuel Belton. 

42 Samuel Belton. . . ... 

43 Name changed to Markham . 





• • . 


• • 


146 


11 02 




232 


8 24 




265 


12 67 





It was formerly part of 



2 50 

3 10 

3 74 

4 00 



5 05 

2 00 

3 12 



RENFREW. 



A village in the township of Horton, on the Bonne Chere River, County of Renfrew, Ontario. It 

was formerly part of Bonne Chere Mission. Distant from Ottawa 58 miles, from Perth 57 miles. 
1851 Thomas Hanna. 



52 
to 
59 
60 
61 



Vacant. 



Alexander Drennan 
Alexander Drennan 

62 Silas Huntingdon . . 

63 Silas Huntingdon . . 

64 William Creighton 

65 William Creighton . , 

66 Thomas H. Walker . 

67 Thomas H. Walker 

68 Thomas H. Walker 

69 William Creighton.. 



37 



22 
39 
50 
51 
45 
43 
43 
42 
49 



4 62 



32 
94 
00 
00 
15 
50 
68 
00 
80 



15 

50 

io 

20 
50 



3 00 
6 00 



2 48 



3 52 



46 
50 
50 
25 
50 
00 



8 65 
7 20 



* Calabogie set off. 



WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



289 



Year 



Names of Ministers. 



No. of 
Members. 



Conting. 
Fund. 



Educa. 
Fund. 



Sup. M. 
Fund. 



1870 William Raney 

71 William Raney. . 

72 William Raney 

73 Robert F. Oliver . 

74 See Montreal Conference. . . 



36 
44 
54 
64 
164 



$5 91 
7 08 
9 42 

6 89 

7 90 



$3 08 
4 28 
4 25 
4 63 
3 65 



$6 00 
10 00 
12 47 
24 10 
15 74 



RICEVILLE. 

A village in the township of Plantagenet, County of Prescott, Ontario. 

Mission. 



1865 Samuel Teeson 
66 George H. Kenney . 
67 



37 
32 
32 



It was formerly Plantagenet 



2 87 

2 98 

3 86 



65 
2 75 
1*19 



4 00 
4 49 

2 00 



RICHMOND. 

A village in the township of Goulbourn, County of Carleton, Ontario. Distant from Ottawa 
21 miles, from Perth 30 miles, from Kemptville 17 miles. 



1827 George Poole ... 

28 Richard Jones 

29 John H. Huston . 

30 John H. Huston 

.31 Charles Wood 

32 William H. Williams 

33 William H. Williams 

34 James Currie ... . . ..... 

35 James Currie ... '. 

36 Daniel Berney 

37 Daniel Berney 

38 George Goodson 

39 Asahel Hurlburt, George F. Playter . . . 

40 Asahel Hurlburt, Lachlin Taylor. . 

41 Henry Shaler ... . .-. . 

42 Henry Shaler, James Elliott 

43 John Armstrong, Charles Taggart. 

44 John Armstrong, John Howes ... 

45 Benjamin Nankeville, Thomas Hanna. 

46 Benjamin Nankeville, David C. McDowell. 

47 Benjamin Nankeville, William Chapman . 

48 William Andrews, Noble Armstrong. . 

49 William Andrews, William M. Pattyson 

50 William Andrews, William McGill 

51 James Greener, Silas Huntingdon 

52 James Greener, Robert Hobbs 

53 James Greener, Richard M. Hammond. 

54 William Coleman, Henry McDowell . . 

55 William Coleman, John Bradon . 

56 William Coleman, James F. Latimer. . . 

57 William Tomblin, Joseph Kilgour. 

58 William Tomblin, James Masson. 

59 William Tomblin, James Armstrong. 

60 John Howes . 

61 John Howes 

62 John Howes 

63 John B. Armstrong. . . 

64 John B. Armstrong. 

65 John^B. Armstrong. . 

66 William D. Brown. . 

67 William D. Brown... 

68 William D. Brown... 

69 Daniel Connolly 

70 Daniel Connolly, John Tozeland. 

71 Daniel Connolly 

72 John Holmes, James Simpson. 

73 John Holmes, Samuel Shibley. 

74 See Montreal Conference 



200 
150 
368 
461 

340 
327 
299 
346 
310 
310 
365 
360 
357 
388 
420 
426 
427 
472 
550 
590 
612 
500 
520 
528 
511 
480 
544 

*430 
411 
478 
487 
563 

+ 522 
226 
228 
217 
200 
205 
213 
213 
184 
249 
225 
220 
250 
350 
345 



1 80 

6 40 
15 34 
15 40 

11 97 
1 03 

7 10 
9 07 

12 62 

11 53 
9 97 
7 03 

12 63 
19 68 
12 80 
12 00 
12 70 



11 

12 



21 



11 43 
14 03 
14 50 
14 10 
6 50 
6 00 

5 50 

6 00 

6 10 

7 05 
11 10 

9 49 

10 20 

11 50 
11 58 
11 70 
13 75 
13 00 



04 
93 



8 00 

8 00 

9 00 
8 00 
2 16 
2 26 
2 69 

00 



3 
3 

3 
4 
2 
7 
8 50 

11 33 
6 00 

12 00 
8 00 



00 
10 
00 
63 
11 



47 
43 
32 
00 
00 
20 



16 00 



87 
25 
58 
75 
95 
43 



13 80 
10 22 

4 18 

10 00 

11 87 

12 00 

10 55 

11 37 

14 21 

16 00 
26 00 
31*00 
49 35 
38 50 

17 18 
17 19 
11 00 

13 00 

13 00 

14 00 

20 00 

21 00 

22 50 
34 00 
34 50 
40 00 

34 00 

35 33 



19 



Huntley set off. 



+ North Gower set off. 



290 



CIRCUITS, STATIONS, AND MISSIONS. 



RICHWOOD. 

A village in the township of Blenheim, County of Oxford, Ontario. 

Circuit. 



It was formerly part of the Paris 



Year 



Names of Ministers. 



1870 Benjamin Clement. . . 

71 Benjamin Clement. . 

72 Benjamin Clement 

73 Joseph W Holmes.. . 

74 See London Conference. . , 



No. of 
Members. 


Conting. 
Fund. 


Educa. 
Fund. 


115 
109 
122 
114 
100 


$12 66 
12 50 
12 70 
15 00 


$5 00 
5 00 
5 00 
5 00 
5 25 



Sup. M. 
Fund. 



$19 00 
20 00 
20 50 
28 18 



RIDEAU. 

So called from the Rideau River, County of Carleton, Ontario. The Mission included townships on 
both sides of the River. It was formerly part of the Augusta Circuit. 

1820 Calvin N. Flint 

21 William Jones .... 

22 EzraHealy 

23 Ezra Healy, Charles Wood. . . 

24 David Wright 

25 David Wright 

26 Jacob Poole 

27 George Bissell 

28 Thomas Madden 

29 Solomon Waldron . . 

30 Ezra Healy, James Brock. . . 

31 Cyrus R. Allison. 

32 Asahel Hurlburt 

33 Henry Shaler, Lewis Warner 

34 Henry Shaler, John G. Manly 544 5 62 

35 William Patrick, Vincent B. Howard. 524 , . „ „ 12 65 

36 Alvah Adams, Thomas McMullen. ... . . 349 ' 8 23 

37 William McFadden. 

38 William McFadden. 

39 William McFadden 

40 William Young . ... 

41 William Young 

42 Thomas Demorest . . . 

43 William Willoughby 

44 Simon Huntingdon, Robert Harnden 

45 Simon Huntingdon, George B. Butcher . 

46 Now called Smith's Falls Circuit . . 



a ■ . > 


■ ■ . • 


.... 


214 






202 






315 






337 






406 






410 




• • > > 


287 






200 


• ■ • • 




210 


• • ■ • 




244 


.... 




415 


• • * • 


.... 


236 


.... 




282 




.... 


544 




• • ■ • 


524 


. ■ • O u 


.... 


349 




.... 


277 






231 


5 50 


... 


231 


12 00 




266 


10 12 




306 


9 00 




324 


8 64 




343 


10 32 




409 


7 20 


• . . • 


381 


12 94 


. . 


363 


10 94 


O . O . 



18 
58 
95 
75 
23 
3 75 
3 10 
7 20 
13 82 
6 10 



RIDGETOWN. 

A village in the township of Howard, County of Bothwell, Ontario. It was formerly called Morpeth 
Mission. Distant from Chatham 20 miles, from Morpeth Village 4J miles. 



1864 William Hawke. .. 

65 William Hawke ... 

66 William Hawke . 

67 Manly Benson 

68 Manly Benson 

69 William Chapman ... 

70 William Chapman . 

71 John L. Kerr 

72 John L. Kerr 

73 John L. Kerr ...... 

74 See London Conference 





168 


7 84 


4 31 




179 


8 16 


3 20 




140 


7 04 


3 05 




160 


7 27 


2 98 




178 


9 58 


3 84 




152 


10 66 


6 00 




137 


6 25 


6 00 




148 


5 50 


3 25 




150 


6 39 


3 25 




150 


6 69 


4 25 




155 


8 85 


3 00 



6 35 
10 45 
10 34 

9 96 
16 49 
20 03 
10 00 

8 50 

12 50 
16 00 

13 62 



RIDGE WAY. 

A village in the township of Bertie, County of Welland, Ontario. It was formerly Point Abino 

Mission. 



1873 T. Metcalfe Campbell . . 
74 See London Conference . 



82 
84 



7 00 

8 25 



6 00 I 12 25 
4 70 I 6 50 



WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



291 



ROCKWOOD. 

A village in the township of Eramosa, County of Wellington, Ontario. It was formerly a part of 
Guelph Circuit. Distant from Guelph 8 miles, from Toronto 42 miles. 



Year 



Names of Ministers. 



1858 John S. Clarke 

59 United with Erin Mission . . 

60 Andrew Milliken . 

61 David Hunt. 

62 Isaac Crane 

63 Nelson Brown 

64 Nelson Brown . . 

65 Peter Campbell . . 

66 Peter Campbell 

67 Peter Campbell 

68 John Hough 

69 George H. Cornish 

70 George H. Cornish .... 

71 Charles E. Stafford . 

72 Charles E. Stafford 

73 Peter W. Jones . 

74 See London Conference . . . 



No. of 
Members. 



Conting. 
Fund. 



113 

141 
127 
100 
94 
87 
113 
137 
137 
137 
158 
128 
152 
132 
110 



Educa. 
Fund. 



$8 60 

10 21 
6 07 



50 
59 
57 
70 
75 
75 
00 
90 
00 
95 
17 
05 



$4 00 



4 00 



00 
13 
55 
60 
70 
70 
40 
03 
25 
44 
08 
46 



Sup. M. 
Fund. 



$6 62 



24 
15 
25 



6 00 



5 56 
5 67 
5 70 

5 70 

6 00 
29 75 
25 80 
13 34 

9 34 
8 44 



ROKEBY. 

A village in the township of Sherbrooke, County of Lanark, Ontario. 

Sherbrooke Mission. 



1864 Edmund S. Shorey 

65 Edmund S. Shorey 

66 Name changed to Maberly. 



86 
84 
82 



It was formerly called 



3 00 
3 40 
3 44 



1 10 
1 12 
1 15 



4 00 

1 75 
1 12 



ROMNEY. 



A village and township in the County of Kent, Ontario. Distant from Amherstburg 45 miles. 



1859 John Hodgson, Thomas Brock... 

,. T , „ , \ Thomas Drake, 

60 John Hodgson, | Geo _ Sexgmith) 

61 Thomas S. Howard, Le Roy Hooker 

62 Thomas S. Howard, Le Roy Hooker . 

63 Thomas S. Howard, Manly Benson .-. 

64 Thomas Culbert, Eli Wigle 

65 Thomas Culbert, Frederick York 

66 Thomas Culbert, George Clark.. 

67 John L. Kerr, George Clark 

68 Le Roy Hooker, John Mahan 

69 Le Roy Hooker, William E. Bottoms. 

70 David Hunt, Edmund S. Jones 

71 David Hunt, Joseph Galloway 

72 Ambrose Hunt, Brabazon B. Dundas.. 

73 Ambrose Hunt. 

74 See London Conference 



279 

320 
280 
296 
299 
245 
240 
260 
279 
334 
436 
■ 220 
216 
226 
189 



3 18 


3 00 


3 50 


3 06 


8 80 


3 50 


10 00 


4 00 


12 00 


5 00 


12 0J 


5 50 


13 00 


7 00 


10 18 


4 06 


13 00 


7 00 


9 51 


18 00 


17 68 


9 00 


11 87 


6 00 


14 13 


6 50 


11 11 


5 48 


7 00 


3 00 



12 00 

14 00 
16 00 

22 00 

20 00 
24 68 
36 00 

21 19 
33 26 
16 71 
46 50 

15 00 

23 00 
30 00 
12 00 



RONDEAU. 

A village on Lake Erie, in the township of Harwich, County of Kent, Ontario. 

Chatham 12 miles. 



1860 William W. Miller... 

61 William Irwin. 

62 William Irwin. 

63 James Broley . 

64 James Broley 

65 Peter M. Bawtinhimer 

66 Peter M. Bawtinhimer 

67 William Chapman, Edwin McCollum. . . 

68 See Blenheim 



185 
180 
170 
175 
197 
253 
263 
250 



8 62 
5 00 
5 12 
5 20 
4 00 

9 86 
9 95 
9 00 



Distant from 



20 50 

11 28 

12 00 
12 00 

6 50 

11 25 
20 25 

12 66 



3 07 


1 52 


1 60 


1 80 


2 00 


6 11 


.6 20 


3 00 



* Leamington set off, with 218 members. 



292 



CIRCUITS, STATIONS AND MISSIONS. 



ROSEMONT. 

A village in the township of Mulmer, County of Simcoe, Ontario. 

Mission. 



It was formerly part of Mono 



Year 



Names of Ministers. 



1869 Joseph Colling, William H. Fife... 

70 Joseph Colling, Robert Reynolds. . 

71 Thomas Campbell, George J. Bishop 

72 Thomas Campbell, Joseph R. Gibson, 

73 Thomas Campbell, Joseph R. Gibson 

74 See Toronto Conference .... 



No. of 


Conting. 


Educa. 


Members. 


Fund. 


Fund. 


270 


$8 05 


$7 24 


298 


12 00 


9 00 


300 


13 4,0 


7 25 


306 


12 82 


4 08 


310 


12 14 


6 16 



Sup. M. 
Fund. 



$43 50 
39 65 
46 28 
34 00 
34 00 



30 


1 03 


1 81 


32 


4 44 


1 25 


36 


1 95 


1 15 



ROSSEAU. 
A village in the township of Humphrey, District of Muskoka, Ontario.* 

1871 Joseph R. Gibson 

72 (N. Battrick) . . 

73 (N. Battrick) . . 

74 See Toronto Conference.. . 

ROXBOROUGH. 
A township in the County of Stormont, Ontario. Distant from Cornwall 15 miles. 

1861 Samuel E. Maudsley 

62 Samuel E. Maudsley 

63 James Whiting. 

64 George H. Field... 

65 James W Sloan ... 

66 James W Sloan ... . . 

67 James W. Sloan .... 

68 Henry W. Maxwell 

69 See Avonmore 



3 46 

5 15 

6 02 



38 


1 52 


75 


38 


83 


72 


37 


2 88 


1 96 


40 


6 62 


2 00 


37 


4 28 




83 


2 85 


1 50 


86 


3 80 


2 59 


88 


4 50 


3 00 



20 
14 
03 
00 
00 
50 
75 



13 00 



RUGBY 
A village in the township of Oro, County of Simcoe, Ontario. It was formerly part of Orillia Mission. 

1872 Robert Reynolds.. ... 

73 John Pepper, B. A. 39 3 71 2 75 5 25 

74 See Toronto Conference ... 45 6 75 3 00 7 00 



RUSSELL. 
A village and township in the County of Russell, Ontario. It was formerly called Bearbrook Mission. 



1860 Richard Wilson 

61 Richard Wilson . . 

62 Andrew L. Peterson .... 

63 Andrew L. Peterson 

64 Jabez B. Keough 

65 Again called Bearbrook Mission 



55 


1 00 


8 81 


111 


2 34 


1 02 


118 


4 36 


3 25 


111 


3 55 


30 


145 


2 28 


70 


93 


3 41 


1 00 



1 25 

2 44 

3 60 
3 15 

2 21 

3 27 



RUSSELLTOWN. 



A village near the Province Line, in the Seigniory of Beauharnois, County of Chateaugay, Quebec. 

Distant from Montreal 50 miles. Hinchinbrook Mission was united with it from 1838 to 1847. 
1838 Barnabas Hitchcock 

39 Barnabas Hitchcock 

40 John Raine, Thomas Campbell. . . . . 

41 John Raine, Rufus A. Flanders 

42 John Raine, Rufus A. Flanders ... 

43 Two Local Preachers . . 

44 Malcolm McDonald. 

45 Malcolm McDonald. 

46 Malcolm McDonald . . 

47 Hugh Montgomery .... 

48 Hugh Montgomery . . „ 

49 Hugh Montgomery . . 



200 







210 




.... 


200 






270 






387 






354 






326 






284 






297 






316 






* 




.... 



* Huntington set off. 



WESLETAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



293 



Year 



Names of Ministers. 



No. of 
Members. 



Conting. 
Fund. 



Educa. 
Fund. 



Sup. M. 
Fund. 



1850 Hugh Montgomery , 

51 Robert Graham 

52 Thomas Campbell 

53 Thomas Campbell 

54 Richard Wilson . 

55 Richard Wilson 

56 John Webster . 

57 John Webster 

58 John Webster) 

59 Now called Franklin Mission 



160 
150 
120 
151 
153 



$5 27 
5 80 
7 35 
7 51 



$1 72 
2 82 

2 92 

3 22 



$4 00 
5 80 
9 87 

10 13 



s. 



SALFORD. 

A village in the township of Dereham, County of Oxford, Ontario. 

Ingersoll Circuit. 



1868 Hugh McLean 

69 Hugh McLean 

"70 Hugh McLean 

71 Thomas Crews 

72 Thomas Crews 

73 Thomas Crews.. 

74 See London Conference.. 



168 
212 
233 
199 
209 
214 



It was formerly part of the 



00 
85 
20 
25 
50 
55 



00 
00 
75 
00 
00 
25 



17 50 

18 00 

20 01 

21 00 
21 25 
21 50 



SANDWICH and WINDSOR. 
Sandwich is the County Town of the 'County of Essex, Ontario. It is situated in the township of 
Sandwich, on the Detroit River. It is 2 miles from Windsor, 50 miles from Chatham, 16 miles 
from Amherstburg. In 1854 this Mission embraced the townships of Sandwich, Maidstone, 
Rochester, Tilbury West, and part of Gosfield, besides the town of Sandwich and village of 
Windsor. 



1852 William Ames 










.... 


53 Edward White ... 


88 
115 


11 88 

12 00 




6 00 


54 Edward White, Thomas Peacock . 


8 00 


55 Edward White 


120 
124 


12 00 
12 00 


2 00 
4 00 


8 50 


56 Thomas Cleghorn . . 


8 00 




39 


8 00 


2 20 


8 50 




44 


3 92 


2 47 


4 00 




52 


5 09 


2 95 


8 37 


60 Thomas Cleworth 


61 


4 90 


1 44 


5 18 


61 Thomas Cleworth 





63 


4 85 


1 64 


5 30 


62 Benjamin Sherlock 




56 


5 00 


2 40 


5 69 


63 Peter Bawtinhimer ... 




50 
68 

85 


3 45 

5 80 

6 25 


1 17 

2 80 

3 05 


5 70 


64 Peter Bawtinhimer 




6 00 


65 James Broley, Manly Benson 





7 25 


66 James Broley 




70 


3 49 


1 71 


7 25 


67 Hugh Johnston, B.A 


35 


3 70 


2 00 


6 25 


68 Hugh Johnston, B. A., Richard Hoskins. 


45 


11 00 


5 00 


8 00 


69 See Windsor 


*51 


11 07 


7 35 


9 70 


70 | 


10 


1 37 


.... 


2 00 


71 > Supplied from Windsor. 

72 J 

73 William H. Fife ... 










13 








74 See London Conference . . . 




17 


1 20 


6 74 





SARNIA. 
The County Town of the County of Lambton, is situate in the township of Sarnia, on the St. Clair 
River, near its junction with Lake Huron, Ontario. Distant from London 60 miles, from Chatham 
60 miles, and from Goderich 65 miles. 

1847 Thomas Fawcett, Nathan Axtle 

48 Thomas Fawcett 207 4 50 

49 Thomas Fawcett, James Gray 236 3 53 6 80 



* Windsor set off. 



294 



CIRCUITS, STATIONS AND MISSIONS. 



Year 



Names of Ministers. 



1850 James Gray .. . 

51 Edward White 

52 Edward White. 

53 John G. Laird 

54 John G. Laird, William Hawke. 

55 John G. Laird, Thomas D. Pearson 

56 Francis Berry, Samuel Down 

57 Francis Berry 

58 William Ames 

59 William Ames 

60 William Ames ... 

61 Edwin Clement, Phineas D. Will 

62 Edwin Clement 

63 Andrew A. Smith . 

64 Andrew A. Smith 

65 Andrew A. Smith 

66 Alex. Langford, Manly Benson 

67 Alex. Langford, George Mitchell, B.A 

68 George Goodson, Matthew Robison 

69 Joseph W McCallum, George Clark . . . 

70 Joseph W. McCallum, Robert McCulloch . 

71 Joseph W McCallum, Alfred M. Phillips .. 

72 Francis Berry, John Smith 

73 Francis Berry . ... 

74 See London Conference . . 



No. of 
Members. 



244 

* 97 
108 
120 
135 

. 134 
160 

+ 156 
231 
220 
198 
150 
140 
125 
125 
109 
116 
150 
170 
206 
215 
223 
243 

J 256 
144 



Conting. 
Fund. 



$8 10 
5 77 

7 00 

8 00 

9 32 
10 20 
13 00 

19 72 

12 12 
8 88 

13 00 
13 00 
15 95 

12 52 

13 01 

14 06 

15 28 
17 24 

20 54 

21 00 
24 20 

26 19 
30 00 
32 70 

27 75 



Educa. 
Fund. 



$3 20 

8 00 

9 25 
6 58 
8 92 
6 75 

10 00 
6 86 
6 96 
6 20 
6*25 
8 76 

8 09 

9 13 
17 50 
17 50 
21 00 
15 00 
15 09 

10 20 



Sup. M. 
Fund. 



$6 90 
3 12 
5 00 

8 00 

9 35 

8 50 

9 00 
13 36 
12 00 
12 00 
30 00 
30 00 

25 30 

26 50 
21 00 
18 00 
29 62 
25 65 
40 00 
40 50 
46 00 
50 00 
50 00 
53 25 
40 00 



SAULT STE. MARIE. 
A village at the head of Lake Huron, Algoma District, Ontario. - 
1871 Erastus S. Curry 

72 Thomas Cleworth ... 

73 Thomas Cleworth. 

74 See Toronto Conference 



-See Sault Ste. Marie Indian Mission. 

5 12 
4 27 

4 00 

5 50 



35 


2 12 


1 25 


54 


2 70 


50 


45 


3 00 


3 81 


39 


3 44 


2 73 



SAWYERVILLE. 
A village in the township of Newport, County of Compton, Ontario. It was formerly part of the Eaton 

Mission. 

1871 Robert H. Smith 

72 Robert H. Smith. . .... § 119 8 00 4 18 15 00 

73 James Pearen, B.A .122 7 13 3 50 13 11 

74 See Montreal Conference 137 7 28 3 84 15 27 



A township in the County of York, 



1866 Joshua P Lewis ... 

67 David Brethour 

68 Alexander G. Harris . . . 

69 Alexander G. Harris . 

70 Thomas Jeffers . 

71 John H. Robinson. 

72 John H. Robinson 

73 William E. Smith. 

74 See Toronto Conference 



SCARBORO' 
Ontario. It was formerly Leslieville Mission and part of 
Markham Circuit. 



135 


3 71 


3 67 


110 


8 27 


3 52 


116 


8 70 


4 10 


112 


8 82 


4 10 


90 


4 83 


3 40 


95 


5 03 


4 00 


96 


5 20 


3 75 


101 


6 30 


3 80 



Distant from Goderich 20 miles. 



SEAFORTH. 
A village in the townships of Tuckersmith and McKillop, County of Huron, Ontario. 

part of Clinton Circuit. ~ ' ' 
1864 Asahel Hurlburt . . 

65 Asahel Hurlburt : . 

66 Asahel Hurlburt . 

67 William Hayhurst 

68 William Hayhurst 

69 William Price 

70 William Price 

71 David Kennedy, B.D 

72 Charles Lavell, M.A 

73 Charles Lavell, M.A 

74 See London Conference ...... 



* • • • 




• • 


91 


4 06 


2 74 


77 


5 20 


2 63 


92 


9 73 


3 65 


105 


10 07 


4 20 


128 


9 60 


7 20 


140 


10 94 


8 00 


101 


8 10 


7 50 


125 


10 03 


8 20 


125 


11 35 


7 10 


135 


15 28 


7 15 



13 70 

26 44 
32 87 

27 65 

20 00 

21 62 

22 77 
29 00 



It was formerly 



6 02 

12 67 

18 78 

9 00 

9 32 

12 44 

12 15 

13 00 

17 00 

18 32 



* St. Clair Indian Mission set off. + Mooretown set off. 
§ Island Brook m on wiu 



J Point Edward set off. 



AOUwMl ■-SIC 



WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



295 



SELBY. 

A village in the township of Richmond, County of Lennox, Ontario. 

Napanee Circuit. 



It was formerly part of 



Yeai 


Names of Ministers. 


No. of 
Members. 


Conting. 
Fund. 


Educa. 
Fund. 


Sup. M. 
Fund. 


1866 David Kennedy, B.A 

67 William Briden 

68 William Briden 

69 William Briden 

70 William Halstead 

71 William Halstead 

73 John English 

74 See Montreal Conference 


*272 
236 
221 

210 
214 
222 
238 

228 


$8 50 
9 00 
8 25 
6 04 

6 00 

7 25 
7 42 
6 69 


$3 60 
3 25 
5 00 
5 00 

7 50 

8 25 
3 34 
3 52 


$20 60 
10 50 
10 75 
10 45 
10 50 

12 51 

13 02 

14 00 



SENECA. 

A village and township on the Grand River, in the County of Haldimand, Ontario. 

York Circuit. 

1848 Thomas Cosford, John S. Evans. 

49 John Baxter, William S. Griffin :.. . 300 32 00 

50 Circuit divided. See Nanticoke and Glanford .. . 335 33 27 

Up to 1870 Seneca formed a part of the Glanford 
Circuit. 

71 John B. Armstrong ..... 

72 John W. German 193 13 60 7 50 

73 John W. German ... 173 16 24 7 00 

74 See London Conference. . . .. 156 13 71 6 55 

SEYMOUR. 



It was formerly 



40 00 

9 38 



20 00 
50 00 

58 80 



A village and township in the County of Northumberland, Ontario. It was formerly part of the 
Percy Mission. Distant from Cobourg 40 miles. 



1858 William Sanderson . . 

59 Samuel Down 

60 William Short.... 

61 William Short 

62 William Short . . 

63 James Anderson 

64 James Anderson ... 

65 United with Hastings Mission . . 



96 
96 
84 
80 
69 
83 
89 



95 
30 
31 
00 
00 
66 
67 



1 50 
1 82 
1 00 
1 83 
86 



SHANNONVILLE. 



A village on Salmon 'River, in the township of Tyendinaga, County of Hastings, Ontario. 

from Kingston 40 miles. 

1847 Daniel Wright . 

48 Daniel Wright 

49 Daniel Wright 

50 William Chapman 

51 William Chapman . . 

52 Abraham Dayman . . 

53 Abraham Davman . . 



54 
55 
56 

57 



Nelson Brown 

Luther Houghton 

. Luther Houghton . .... • • ■ 

58 William Shannon, Donald Sutherland. 

59 Richard Wilson . . 

60 Garrett J. Dingman. . . . # 

61 George Browne 

62 George Browne .... 

63 Aaron D. Miller 

64 Aaron D. Miller 

65 Aaron D. Miller 

66 Robert Robinson 

67 Robert Robinson.. 

68 Robert Robinson 

69 Samuel Might, William J. Ford. 



24 


2 60 


122 


4 64 


127 


5 70 


116 


5 75 


126 


7 80 


136 


6 91 


121 


7 10 


115 


6 00 


110 


7 32 


135 


8 15 


185 


9 71 


248 


5 70 


239 


5 75 


237 


10 00 


220 


6 74 


197 


9 48 


112 


4 75' 


100 


3 51 


97 


4 07 


111 


4 66 


102 


4 71 


102 


5 00 


201 


| 9 20 



37 

40 



1 

2 

1 87 

2 41 



80 

93 

00 

66 

60 

50 

55 

•2 24 

2 35 

2 43 

5 00 



48 
50 
40 
00 
00 
40 
60 



Distant 



20 
00 
00 
00 

80 
40 
50 
75 
87 
00 
83 
37 
50 
00 



5 00 

8 00 

9 00 



50 
00 
25 



10 50 
12 00 
21 00 



296 



CIRCUITS, STATIONS AND MISSIONS. 



Year 



Names of Ministers. 



1870 Archelaus Doxee, A. G. Knight, B.A. 

71 Archelaus Doxee 

72 Archelaus Doxee, John H. Ruttah . . . 

73 Joseph Kilgpur, James Henderson. . . 

74 See Toronto 'Conference . . . . 



No. of 


Conting. 


Educa. 


Members. 


Fund. 


Fund. 


/ 
256 


$10 08 


$6 51 


226 


10 20 


6 00 


256 


6 40 


4 10 


236 


9 18 


3 58 


200 


10 36 


6 25 



SHARON and MOUNT ALBERT. 

Two villages in the township of East Gwillimbury, County of York, Ontario. 
| Holland Landing Mission. 

1866 William J. Hewitt, John Scanlon 

67 Christopher Hamilton, John W. Totten 

68 Christopher Hamilton, William Peirce 

69 Christopher Hamilton, Henry M. Manning 

70 William Irwin, John V. Smith 

71 William Irwin. Joseph Deacon. 

72 See Mount Albert and Sutton 



Sup. M. 
Fund. 



179 


9 61 


5 25 


161 


7 62 


4 00 


201 


8 00 


4 50 


197 


8 10 


4 75 


236 


8 25 


6 5,0 


243 


8 50 


8 75 


240 


10 12 


9 00 



$24 32 

13 00 

8 00 

16 22 

10 12 



It was formerly 



14 00 

9 00 

18 25 

18 50 

19 15 
23 18 
23 25 



SHAWBRIDGE. 

A village in the township of Abercrombie, County of Terrebonne, Quebec. 

Wesleyville Mission. 

1865 Erastus S. Curry.. 

66 ErastusS. Curry.. 

67 Ebenezer Teskey. . 

68 Ebenezer Teskey. 

69 Samuel E. Maudsley 

70 Samuel E. Maudsley 

71 William Knox . . 

72 John P. Wass, B. A. 

73 ... 

74 See Montreal Conference 



It was formerly part of 





62 


3 00 


1 35 




65 


65 


1 00 




70 


2 30 


85 




70 


1 71 


1 25 




59 


2 54 


1 08 




55 


3 07 


1 55 




68 


5 06 


1 80 




60 


2 95 


2 95 




60 


30 


1 02 



05 
00 
50 
00 
08 
50 



10 66 
6 25 
33 



SHEFFIELD. 
A township in the County of Addington, Ontario. 



1845 Robert Corson 

46 George Beynon 

47 John Sanderson 

48 Abraham Dayman 

49 John A. Williams 

50 John C. Osborne ... 

51 John C. Osborne ... 

52 William H. Williams 

53 William H. Williams 

54 William Briden 

55 John Mills 

56 John Mills 

57 Now called Centreville Mission. 



118 


• « • 




96 


4 12 




103 


7 67 




170 


1 00 




152 


4 42 




146 


5 00 




203 


6 12 




186 


6 20 


, t 


102 


4 94 




113 


4 26 




151 


4 30 




172 


8 00 


5 00 


170 


8 47 


4 15 



2 10 
1 30 

1 25 

2 87 
50 



5 00 
5 10 
5 77 
3 50 
3 71 

7 18 

8 00 



SHEFFORD. 
A town and township in the County of Shefford, Quebec. 



Year 



Ministers. 



1821 Thomas Catterick 

22 Thomas Catterick 

23 Matthew Lang 

24 William Squire 

25 William Squire .-. 

26 Thomas Turner . 

27 Thomas Turner 

28 Richard Pope. . 

29 Richard Pope. , 

30 James Booth. . . 

31 James Booth. 



No. of 
Members. 



135 
156 
162 
159 
187 
105 
192 
196 
196 
86 



Year 



Ministers. 



1832 William E. Shenstone. 

33 William E. Shenstone. 

34 Thomas Turner . . 

35 Thomas Turner 

36 Thomas Turner 

37 John B. Selley 

38 John Tomkins 

39 John Tomkins . ... 

40 John Tomkins ... 

41 Edmund S. Ingalls . . . 

42 Edmund S. Ingalls . . 



No. of 
Members. 

100 
151 
141 
154 
174 
171 
235 
234 
240 
248 
253 



WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



297 



Year 



Ministers. 



1843 Hugh Montgomery 

44 Hugh Montgomery .... 

45 Hugh Montgomery 

46 Malcolm McDonald. 

47 Malcolm McDonald. . 

48 Malcolm McDonald. . 



No. of 
Members. 



293 
256 
210 
221 
240 
239 



Year 



Ministers. 



1849 Rufus A. Flanders. 

50 Rufus A. Flanders. 

51 Rufus A. Flanders. 

52 Rufus A. Flanders. 

53 Gifford Dorey. 
54 



No. of 
Members. 



Year 


Names of Ministers. 


No. of 
Members. 


Conting. 
Fund. 


Educa. 
Fund. 


Sup. M. 
Fund. 


55 Gifford Dorey 


240 








56 Gifford Dorey 


119 


$4 78 


|3 00 


$6 50 


57 William H. Bakewell 


127 


3 08 


6 83 


13 50 


58 John Armstrong (A) . , 


113 


5 00 


7 00 


13 60 




186 


2 81 


4 15 


6 00 


60 John Armstrong (A) .... 


* 266 


4 08 


4 06 


15 75 


61 John Tomkins, Joshua P. Lewis 


167 


5 76 


4 03 


10 00 


62 John Tomkins, Joshua P. Lewis 


160 


3 81 


3 00 


7 45 


Lawrenceville united with it. 










63 Joseph E. Sanderson, M.A., Joshua P. Lewis 


146 


1 50 


3 25 


8 00 


64 Joseph E. Sanderson, M.A., Alfred H. Reyriar, B.A. 


180 


10 33 


2 31 


8 25 


65 Joseph E. Sanderson, M.A., William Galbraith .... 


175 


10 59 


78 


8 61 


. 66 William W Ross, William H. Peake 


204 


11 34 


6 87 


25 30 


67 John Armstrong (A), J. Halpenny 


212 


29 70 


7 96 


41 03 


68 John Armstrong (A) .... 


+ 204 


20 05 


8 10 


25 50 


69 John Armstrong (A). . . 


152 


8 86 


5 18 


25 00 


70 Le Roy Hooker 


160 


13 86 


7 22 


31 00 


71 Le Roy Hooker, William Timberlake.. 


163 


12 90 


9 75 


28 50 


72 Le Roy Hooker, William Timberlake 


205 


12 00 


9 60 


26 50 


73 Joseph M. Hagar, B.A., William Timberlake 


207 


24 37 


9 70 


18 23 


74 


See Montreal Conference 


227 


16 43 


10 94 


38 00 



SHERBROOKE EAST. 

The principal town of the Eastern townships. Is situate on the River St. Francis, and on both banks 
of the River Magog, in the townships of Ascott and Orford, County of Compton, Quebec. Dis- 
tant from Quebec 121 miles, from Montreal 96 miles, from Dudswell, 20 miles. It was formerly 
part of Melbourne Circuit. 



Knowlton set off. 



1846 John Douglas 




, . . 






47 John Douglas . 


115 








48 Gifford Dorey : . 


107 








49 Henry Lan ton.. . .. 










50 Henry Lanton .. . 










51 Benjamin Slight, M. A 










52 Benjamin Slight, M.A 










53 Benjamin Slight, M.A . . . . 










54 Benjamin Slight, M.A ... 










55 Benjamin Slight, M.A 


102 




2 62 


4 30 


56 William D. Brown .... 


98 


6 00 


3 10 


12 28 


57 William D. Brown.. 


114 


4 70 


6 25 


13 00 


58 William D. Brown 


127 


7 25 


5 67 


13 25 


59 William Hansford . . . 


158 


7 18 


3 75 


13 75 


60 William Hansford 


141 


8 35 


3 43 


10 00 


61 William Hansford . 


123 


7 65 


3 23 


6 50 


62 Edward Barrass . . . . 


132 


7 67 


3 25 


6 20 




115 


8 79 


4 56 


7 56. 


64 Edward Barrass, Richard Robinson . . . . ... 


115 


8 95 


4 68 


8 07 




120 


13 50 


4 75 


17 55 


66 William Hall, B.A. 


100 


5 73 




8 78 


67 William Hall, B.A 


144 
161 


10 10 

11 28 


2 66 
6 15 


9 18 


68 William Hall, B.A 


11 09 


69 John Borland 


164 


17 13 


8 34 


15 23 


70 John Wakefield 


151 
123 


20 67 

21 00 


10 00 
14 00 


14 89 


71 John Wakefield . 


15 00 


72 Daniel Connolly 


107 


15 00 


9 00 


23 00 


73 Daniel Connolly ... 


107 


15 50 


9 00 


30 00 


74 See Montreal Conference . . 


108 


15 60 


9 00 


40 00 



+ Lawrenceville again set off. 



298 



CIRCUITS, STATIONS AND MISSIONS. 



SHERBKOOKE WEST. 
A township in the County of Lanark, Ontario. It was formerly part of the Mississippi Mission. 



Year 


« 

Names of Ministers. 
i 


No. of 
Members. 


Conting. 
Fund. 


Educa. 
Fund. 


Sup. M. 
Fund. 


1842 William Pollard.. .... 












i84 


$6 40 


■ ■ .-.. , . 


$4 66 




151 


4 50 




1 75 


46} 










47 William Cotton ...= \ . 




, , 


o • • 


• • ■ ■ 


48 Michael Baxter . . ..,...., 


85 


1 65 


* ■ • M- 


90 


49 Michael Baxter 


125 


2 00 


., 1 * » 


50 


50 Supplied from Lanark Mission . 


110 


6 50 




90 










. ■ • 


52 David Jennings ....... 


84 


5 90 




2 65 


53 David Hardie . . . . . . . 


78 


4 43 


• 


3 67 


54 David Hardie . . . 


100 


5 27 




4 29 


55) 


128 


3 92 


- . • . 


3 04 ' 


to > United with Lanark Mission. 

58) 

59 William Norton 


















60 John V. Wilson 


60 


2 00 


$6 68 


1 65 


61 John V. Wilson 


46 


1 10 


75 


1 20 




52 


1 22 


75 


1 20 


63 William McDonagh 


107 


2 50 


1 00 


3 00 


64 Now called Rokeby Mission — which see. . 


86 


3 00 


1 10 


4 00 




SIDNEY: 

A village and township in the County of Hastings, Ontario. 

Circuit. 

1833 James N orris, Heman Davis.. . 

34 George Ferguson, Thomas Harmon. . . . 

35 George Ferguson, William Haw 

36 William H. Williams 

37 William H. Williams, Solomon Snider. 

38 Lewis Warner, Solomon Snider. . 

39 Lewis Warner, Daniel Wright ... 

40 George F. Playter, Vincent B. Howard. 

41 George F. Playter, William Philp 

42 Wellington Jeffers, Michael Fawcett . 

43 Wellington Jeflfers . . , „ 

44 Richard Phelps, Robert Lochead. . 

45 Cyrus R. Allison, John Williams. 

46 Cyrus R. Allison, John C. Osborne... 

47 John Black, John C. Osborne 

48 John Black, Alexander Potts 

49 John Black, Robert Robinson 

50 Michael Fawcett, Aaron D. Miller 

51 Michael Fawcett, Henry Jones. . 

52 Michael Fawcett, Henry Jones . 

53 John Lever, John Mills 

54 John Lever, David A. Johnston 

55 John Lever, David A. Johnston 

56 John Lever, Henry Jackson .... 

57 John Law, Arthur Browning, A. Doxsee 

58 John Law, Richard Potter... 
f>9 John Wesley German.. ... 

60 John Wesley German . . 

61 John Wesley German. ... 

62 John Jackson .... 

63 John Jackson . . . 

64 Robert Fowler, M.D., M.R.C.S.E .,,'..! 

65 Robert Fowler, M.D., M.R.C.S.E.. 

66 Robert Fowler, M.D., M.R.C.S.E., James Kines 

67 Edward A. Ward, Edward Morrow, M.A 

68 Edward A. Ward 

69 John Walton 



It was formerly part of Belleville 



370 


•• 


■ • 


300 






274 




-. ■ °- 


310 


2 12 


. ^ ■ 


258 


1 83 


-, • - .j 


262 


13 48 


■ ■ ■ ■ 


269 


8 38 




353 


9 90 - 




370 


11 40 




417 


4 15 


r ,; ■ «' 


360 


4 43 


■ B • 


319 


9 75 




335 


16 27 


• • • • 


401 


16 58 


J • • • 


526 


17 94 




386 


13 00 


V 


390 


14 00 




404 


14 52 


.... 


372 


13 00 


. ■ • ■ 


433 


13 25 


.... 


436 


14 00 




499 


14 40 


4 88 


425 


16 85 


6 24 


420 


22 50 


8 14 


408 


13 03 


4 69 


440 


13 38 


6 35 


270 


11 01 


3 03 


290 


13 17 


3 25 


310 


13 55 


4 60 


276 


14 00 


4 81 


300 


6 02 


87 


316 


11 22 


4 42 


316 


15 13 


4 61 


356 


14 48 


8 22 


406 


17 51 


8 33 


236 


12 09 


6 50 



7 50 


9 75 


16 00 


2 74 


6 00 


20 00 


5 16 


1 90 


5 40 


4 12 


4 55 


4 60 


9 25 


9 35 


12 00 


9 25 


16 50 


13 50 


12 00 


13 00 


13 25 


22 50 


26 65 


30 65 


22 49 


22 62 


42 02 


72 12 


90 80 


72 50 


35 40 


33 25 


39 50 


55 09 


67 45 


50 00 



WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



299 



Year 


Names of Ministers. 


No. of 
Members. 


Conting. 
Fund. 


Educa. 
Fund. 


Sup. M. 
Fund. 


1870 John Walton 

71 John Walton 

72 Thomas Cullen 

73 Thomas Cullen 

74 See Toronto Conference 


207 
219 
202 
187 
190 


13 00 

14 20 
9 10 
9 16 
5 63 


7 00 
5 25 
5 75 
5 78 
5 80 


45 17 

46 50 
36 70 
50 30 
55 00 



SILVER ISLET. 

A Mission on Lake Superior, District of Algoma, Ontario. 

1872 John H. Keppel. . 

73 Joseph Galloway . . . .... . 12 

74 See Toronto Conference. . 

SIMCOE. 

The County Town of the County of Norfolk, is situated on the River Lynn, in the township of 
Woodhouse, Ontario. Distant from Port Dover 7 miles, from Paris 25 miles, and from Hamilton 
46 miles. 

1836 Joseph Messmore, Peter Ker 

37 Richard Phelps. . . . 373 

38 Richard Phelps 407 

39 Robert Corson, David Hardie 287 

40 Robert Corson, C. W. M. Gilbert.. . . . 292 

41 Peter Ker, Joseph Sheply. . . . . 353 

42 Peter Ker, Thomas Cosford 434 

43 Matthias Holtby, George Kennedy ... 453 

44 Matthias Holtby, Thomas Jeffers .'...... . 454 

45 Kennedy Creighton, Francis Chapman . 455 

46 Kennedy Creighton, Francis Chapman 425 

47 James Booth, James Gray.. . ...... . . 430 

48 James Booth . . . . * 330 

49 William Ryerson, Francis Chapman . . . 159 

50 William Ryerson, Ozias Barber. . . ... . 278 

51 Edwy M. Ryerson, John English. 182 

52 Ed wy M. Ryerson. ... 167 

53 Edwin Clement 1 207 

54 Edwin Clement 207 

55 Joseph Sheply. . .. 160 

56 Joseph Sheply .. 162 16 03 7 03 

57 WilliamS. Griffin.. 143 16 68 7 05 

58 William S. Griffin. .... 186 

59 WilliamS. Griffin.. .... .. 170 

60 James Preston.. .' . . 148 

61 James Preston 190 

62 James Preston 167 12 18 

63 William Stephenson ... 195 14 74 

64 William Stephenson 188 17 50 

65 Nicholas R. Willoughby, B. A.. 194 17 82 

66 Nicholas R. Willoughby, B. A.. 210 19 01 

67 Nicholas R. Willoughby, B. A 218 20 90 

68 John Wakefield . . ... 277 26 09 

69 John Wakefield 203 23 40 

70 George McRitchie 235 15 00 

71 George McRitchie .. 215 17 08 

72 George McRitchie . . 190 17 95 

73 John A. Williams . 177 18 72 

74 See London Conference 189 26 20 



13 


00 


19 


18 


12 


f>6 


14 


92 


16 75 


10 


45 


20 00 


20 


00 


20 75 


21 


00 


21 


50 


6 07 


/ 


29 


10 


12 


16 


75 


9 


55 


8 


62 


12 


10 


12 


35 


16 


03 


16 


68 


10 


92 


19 


82 


14 


05 


18 


52 



75 
00 
63 
86 
68 
04 
9 80 
6 47 

10 00 

11 30 
16 73 

11 00 

12 00 
10 10 
10 25 
15 00 



29 25 

17 34 

9 58 

10 40 

12 00 

12 06 

14 50 

8 00 

8 48 

10 00 

10 23 

"75 

24 00 
19 87 
10 78 

8 25 

9 20 
7 07 

12 00 
21 50 
19 63 

29 70 

25 30 

30 00 
27 00 

30 75 

25 50 

26 03 

31 80 
33 85 
41 25 
43 00 
43 00 
43 00 
43 00 
43 00 
43 00- 



SMITH'S CREEK. 
So called from the name of a stream which runs through the township of Hope, and empties itself 
into Lake Ontario, at Port Hope, in the County of Durham, Ontario. The Circuit comprehended 
a part of the Prince Edward District, with the Belleville country, and all the road from the Trent 
to the border of the Yonge Street Circuit. 



Year 


Ministers. 


No. of 
Members. 


Year 


Ministers. 


No. of 
Members. 


1805 Thomas Madden 

6 Luther Bishop 

7 Robert Perry 


76 
100 


1808 Elias Pattie. . . 

10 John Reynolds. . . .... 


105 
130 
125 



Walsingham set off. 



t Port Dover set off. 



300 



CIRCUITS, STATIONS AND MISSIONS. 



Year 


Ministers. 


•No. of 
Members. 


Year 


Ministers. 


No. of 
Members. 


1811 Joseph Gatchell 

12 Thomas Whitehead... 

13 ) 

14. 1 ^° recor( l- 

15 Isaac B. Smith. . 

16 Nathaniel Reeder 

17 ) See Hallowell and Duffin's Creek 
18) Circuit. . 


120 
120 

92 
210 


1819 Elijah Boardman. 

21 Thos. Madden, Solomon Waldron 

22 Samuel Belton . 

23 Samuel Belton, John S. Attwood 

25 See Oobourg . . . . 


200 
203 
256 
327 
394 
425 
472 



SMITH'S FALLS. 
A village on the Rideau Canal, [in the township of if orth Elmsley, County of Lanark, Ontario. It 
was formerly part of the Rideau Circuit. Distant from Perth 12 miles, and from Brockville 26 
miles. 



Year 


Names of Ministers. 


No. of 
Members. 


Conting. 
Fund. 


Educa. 
Fund.- 


Sup. M. 
Fund. 


1846 William H. Williams, William H. Poole . 










47 William H. Williams .... 


400 


6 15 




4 30 


48 John Lever . .... 




192 


4 25 


• • . . 


1 32 


49 John Lever 


. . . . . • • 


209 


5 48 


■ ■ • • 


5 52 


50 Benjamin Nankeville. . . 




209 


5 50 




5 50 


51 Benjamin Nankeville.. 


••. 


221 


8 24 




14 07 


52 William Coleman. ... 




209 


8 54 




16 12 


53 William Coleman. . 




205 


11 94 




18 55 




206 


16 22 




25 12 


55 Sylvester Hurlburt . . 


174 


12 26 


2 65 


21 18 


56 Vincent B. Howard 


166 


13 35 


2 08 


20 90 


57 Vincent B. Howard 


166 


14 18 


2 07 


22 27 


58 Silas Huntingdon, Thomas Bell 


164 


8 03 


1 98 


17 00 


59 Silas Huntingdon, Thomas H. Walker 


300 


8 25 


2 00 


21 23 


60 Silas Huntingdon, Hazleton A. Spencer 


351 


8 96 


3 05 


21 05 


61 Robert Brewster, William Adams 


341 


10 00 


4 50 


22 78 


62 Robert Brewster, Richard N. Adams ... ... 


284 


10 00 


4 50 


32 00 


63 Robert Brewster, John Holmes 


257 


8 50 


3 00 


22 50 


64 James Gray, William H. Schofield, B.A. ...... 


227 


8 50 


3 00 


17 55 


65 James Gray, Henry Irvine . . 


235 


8 65 


3 95 


23 19 


66 James Gray, William Shaw 


252 


11 36 


4 38 


24 69 


67 Francis Coleman, Joseph H. Chant.. . . . 


260 


15 67 


5 06 


26 90 


68 Francis Coleman, John J. Hare 


288 


16 29 


6 15 


28 77 


69 David C. McDowell, John J. Hare ... 


292 


16 33 


11 48 


32 00 


70 David C. McDowell, James Macfarlane.. 


"295 


14 40 


13 50 


21 45 


71 David C. McDowell, Edwin A. Chown, B. A. . . 


281 


15 90 


18 50 


23 35 


72 James C. Slater, Robert Lochead.. 


321 


17 50 


12 50 


33 50 


73 James C. Slater, Beni'amin Franklin 


306 


14 86 


6 00 


33 50 


74 


See Montreal Conference 




300 


16 16 


7 03 


32 63 



207 
264 

310 

294 
285 

332 



SMITHVILLE. 
A village situate on the River Jordan, in the township of Grimsby, 
was formerly part of the Grimsby Circuit. Distant from 
1856 Edward White. 

57 Edward White . . 

58 ( Edward White, 
I John Shaw, 

59 John Shaw 

60 John Shaw . 

61 Michael Fawcett, Shem Blanshard. 

62 Jonathan E. Betts j ^ ames ™ing- • 

j Nelson Burns, M.A 

63 Jonathan E. Betts .... . . 290 

64 Joseph Reynolds, Daniel V Lucas . 284 

65 Joseph Reynolds ... 242 

66 Joseph Reynolds, James Moss ... . 240 

67 Francis Berry, Richard W Woodsworth. 290 

68 Francis Berry, David Cattenach 300 

69 Alex. R. Campbell, B. B. Dundas 310 

70 Alex. R. Campbell, John A. Jewell, B.A. 299 

71 Alex. R. Campbell, Richard G. James 307 

72 William Savage, John Jennings . . 312 

73 William Savage, J. M. Harrison .. 332 

74 See London Conference.. . 346 



County of 
Hamilton 



Lincoln, Ontario. 
22 miles. 



It 



16 00 


5 00 


8 05 


5 05 


8 10 


5 05 


7 85 


4 00 


11 63 


5 20 


10 00 


5 00 


10 48 


6 00 


9 00 


3 40 


8 01 


2 05 


4 53 


1 05 


6 25 


1 68 


16 46 


6 55 


15 02 


7 39 


15 50 


8 00 


15 60 


10 50 


14 19 


7 99 


11 90 


8 00 


12 00 


6 10 



12 00 
12 65 

12 00 

13 07 

22 31 

28 00 

28 18 
25 00 

14 21 
17 10 

25 10 
37 79 

30 00 

31 00 

26 70 
26 30 

23 00 

24 00 



WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFEKENCE. 



301 



SOMBRA and WALPOLE ISLAND. 

A small village in the township of Sombra, County of Lambton, Ontario. Walpole Island is on the 
River St. Clair. It was formerly a part of Mooretown Mission. 



Year 


Names of Ministers. 


No. of 
Members. 


Conting. 
Fund. 


Educa. 
Fund. 


Sup. M. 
Fund. 


1871 John Russell, William Austin 

72 United with Wallaceburg 

73 James H. Stonehouse, John A. Munroe. . 

74 See London Conference ... .... 


142 
192 
190 

188 


$1 10 
7 46 
6 82 
4 00 


$0 25 

2 40 

3 43 
1 00 


$2 00 

7 11 

12 25 

10 00 



84 
52 
68 
58 

59 
80 
95 
09 



2 67 
36 

50 

1 40 
1 51 
1 62 



2 54 

5 45 
10 00 

6 50 



12 
30 
67 
90 



SOUTHAMPTON. 

A village at the mouth of the Saugeen River, on Lake Huron, in the township of Saageen, County of 
Bruce, Ontario. Distant from Owen Sound 32 miles, from Goderich 60 miles. 

1854 George Jacques 

55 William Richardson 47 

56 Stephen Brownell 59 

57 Stephen Brownell 64 

58 Stephen Brownell 45 

Paisley Mission united with it. 

59 James Iveson, Nelson B. Clarke .. ... 38 

60 William R, Dyre 128 

- 61 William R. Dyre 107 

62 United with Saugeen Mission 116 

SOUTH MOUNTAIN. 

A village in the township of Mountain, County of Dundas, Ontario. It is situate on the bank of the 
River Nation, and is 15 miles from Kemptville, 25 miles from Prescott, and 40 miles from Ottawa. 
It was formerly part of Kemptville Circuit. 

1864 Hugh McLean ... 

65 Hugh McLean .... 

66 John Howes 

67 John Howes. 

68 John Howes . . . .... 

69 Andrew Armstrong .... 

70 Andrew Armstrong 

71 Andrew Armstrong 

72 Jabez B. Saunders 

73 Jabez B. Saunders . 

74 See Montreal Conference . . . . : 



240 
260 

262 
259 
275 
265 
240 
228 
254 
272 



5 15 
5 90 



32 
10 
36 
29 
30 
10 
35 
05 



00 
43 
97 
13 

28 
20 
10 
40 
72 
90 



5 10 

6 25 
8 37 

12 06 

13 83 
20 00 
15 00 
24 00 
26 50 
28 10 



SPENCERVILLE. 

A village in the township of Edwardsburg, County of Grenville, Ontario. It was formerly part of 
the Maitland Circuit. Distant from Prescott 10 miles, and from Kemptville 14 miles. 

1862 William M. Pattyson 

63 William M. Pattyson 180 6 00 2 25 7 50 

64 William M. Pattyson 190 6 25 2 30 7 75 

65 William Morton .. 204 6 50 3 00 8 00 

66 William Morton 204 9 26 5 74 8 62 

67 William Morton .... ... .... 204 9 27 411 10 55 

68 John Holmes 234 9 28 4 15 10 75 

69 John S. Evans . . •. 240 10 00 5 00 1175 

70 William Sheridan ... 228 7 02 3 20 11 80 

71 William Sheridan 185 7 00 3 50 12 00 

72 William Sheridan 220 7 00 3 50 12 00 

73 Thomas W Constable 215 6 50 3 80 12 50 

74 See Montreal Conference 211 6 50 3 00 20 00 

STAMFORD. 
A village and township in the County of Welland, Ontario. It was formerly part of the Fort George 



and Queenston Circuit. 



1830 Joseph Messmore, James Wilson 

31 Edmund Stoney, James Wilson 

32 Edmund Stoney, Ephraim Evans 

33 David Wright, Edwy M. Ryerson . . . , 

34 David Wright, Alexander Irvine. . . 



336 
453 
524 
524 



41 55 



302 



CIRCUITS, STATIONS, AND MISSIONS. 



Year 


Names of Ministers. 


No. of 
Members. 


Conting. 
Fund. 


Educa. 
Fund. 


Sup. M. 
Fund. 


1835 Alexander Irvine, Alexander McNab ... 


438 






$32 57 


36 Richard Jones, Alexander McNab . . . 


402 






34 37 


37 Thomas Bevitt, Samuel Rose . 


383 






32 00 




367 


$33 60 




14 00 


39 Matthew Whiting, Joseph Messmore. 


277 


23 00 




9 12 


40 Hamilton Biggar, E. Shepherd, Thomas Cosford. 


287 


37 27 




20 75 


41 Hamilton Biggar, John Law, G. R. Sanderson. . 


438 


23 14 




19 50 


42 Lewis Warner, G. R. Sanderson, William McEwen. . 


375 


39 10 




13 48 


43 Lewis Warner, James Musgrove 


-* 443 


28 01 




16 00 


44 Jonathan Scott, Joseph Messmore, Joseph Sheply... . 


336 


27 51 


.... 


16 50 


45 Jonathan Scott, Joseph Messmore 


430 


34 20 




30 50 


46 Reuben E. Tupper, Ephraim B. Harper. 


262 


24 33 


.... 


26 27 


47 Reuben E. Tupper, Ephraim B. Harper 


236 


26 42 




17 32 


48 Ephraim B. Harper, John Hunt ... 


234 


24 34 




16 25 


" 49 Now called Drummondville Circuit ... 


259 


24 50 




20 00 



STANSTEAD. 

A village and township in the County of Stanstead, Quebec. Distant from Coaticook 18 miles, from 

Georgeville 13 miles. 



Year 



Ministers. 



1804 Joseph Fairbanks 

5 S. Chamberlain 

6 Philip Ayer . . 

7 Levi Walker ... 

8 Charles Virgin . . 

9 Elisha Streeter 

10 S. Briggs 

11 Joseph Dennett. . 

12 R. Hayes . . 

j? [ No record owing to the war. 

15 John Lewis. ....... 

16 Benjamin Sabin . . 

17 

18 Zenas Adams, Wilder Mack 

19 S. B. Haskill, S. Norris. 

Phineas Crandell . . 

The above were under the direc- 
tion of the M. E. Conference, 
United States — those which fol- 
low were members of the Eng- 
lish Wesleyan Conference until 
1 854, when the Lower Canada 
work was united to the Canada 
Conference. 

John Hick ... 

John Hick 

23 Richard Pope ... 

24 Richard Pope 

Barnston united with it 5 years 



20 



21 

22 



No. of 
Members. 



124 
119 

105 
129 
200 
238 



50 

75 

124 
229 



96 

27 
43 
52 



Year 



Ministers. 



1825 Richard Pope ... 

26 Richard Pope.. 

27 James Knowlan . . 

28 James Knowlan 

29 James Booth . . 

30 James Booth 

31 John Hick .... ..... 

32 John Hick, George Newlove 

33 William Squire 

34 William Squire 

35 William Squire, John Raines. . . 

36 William Squire 

37 Thomas Turner, R. Garrett.. 

38 Thomas Turner 

39 Thomas Turner, R. Hutchinson, 

40 Robert Cooney, Henry Lanton 

41 Robert Cooney . . 

42 Robert Cooney 

43 James Brock . 

44 James Brock . 

45 James Brock .... 

46 Edmund S. Ingalls. 

47 Edmund S.- Ingalls 

48 John Borland . . 

49 John Borland . . 

50 John Borland . . 

51 John Tomkins . . 

52 John Tomkins 

53 John Tomkins . . 



No. of 
Members. 



130 
174 
254 
200 
220 
159 
183 
215 
207 
260 
260 
336 
315 
315 
294 
300 
296 
279 
211 
193 
186 
196 
152 
145 



54 John Tomkins 










55 Malcolm McDonald. . 


140 






... 


56 Malcolm McDonald. . 


145 


4 75 


3 37 


6 85 


57 Malcolm McDonald. . 


154 


5 40 


3 48 


8 60 


58 William H. Bakewell . ..... 


158 


4 18 


4 88 


8 60 


59 William H. Bakewell 


* 125 


4 40 


4 13 


8 00 


60 John Borland . . ..... 


tl24 


4 50 


4 10 


8 00 


61 John Borland. 


97 


. 6 50 


4 50 


12 36 


62 John Borland. 


104 


8 71 


5 25 


7 50 


63 John Tomkins. . 


94 


5 22 


3 00 


5 76 


64 John Tomkins. . 


86 


3 43 


3 20 


4 20 


65 John Tomkins 


96 


3 00 


6 69 


9 20 



Chippewa set off. 



t Georgeville set off. 



t Coaticook and Barnston set off. 



WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



303 



Year 



Names of Ministers. 



1866 William R. Parker, B. A. . 

67 William R. Parker, B.A 

68 William R. Parker, M. A 

69 Edward B. Ryckman, M.A 

70 Edward B. Ryckman, M.A 

71 William Hansford « 

72 William Hansford, John Grenfell. . . 

73 William Hansford, A. Lee Holmes, B.A. 

74 See Montreal Conference 



No. of 
Members. 



91 

150 

100 

90 

103 

87 

87 

80 

131 



Conting. 


Educa. 


Fund. 


Fund. 


$3 85 


$5 89 


11 55 


4 88 


11 70 


4 85 


6 30 


4 00 


12 60 


8 58 


10 25 


11 55 


19 02 


12 62 


13 00 


9 00 


13 25 


7 70 



Sup. M. 
Fund. 

$13 70 



00 

75 
40 



STAYNER. 
A village in the township of Nottawasaga. County of Simcoe, Ontario. 

Nottawasaga Mission. 
1869 Samuel Tucker, John A. Jewell 

70 James Woodsworth, Thomas J. Reid 

71 James Matheson, Robert Reynolds 

72 Isaac B. Aylesworth, M. D 

73 Isaac Gold 

74 See Toronto Conference. . 



16 00 
14 00 
16 23 
13 25 
16 98 



It was formerly part of 



260 
240 

242 
94 
89 



13 08 
13 13 

10 05 
3 27 
3 78 



10 



00 
22 
39 
41 

24 



25 00 

25 00 

20 15 

5 00 

5 75 



STIRLING. 



6 25 

6 27 
92 
30 
55 
25 
50 



A village in the townships of Rawdon and Sidney, County of Hastings, Ontario. It was formerly 
Rawdon Mission. Distant from Belleville 16 miles, and from Trenton 15 miles. 

1855 John Black.. .1 

56 Nelson Brown I 115 6 25 150 5 00 

57 Nelson Brown.. 110 6 27 2 53 5 00 

58 John English 230 

59 John English, Hugh McLean 161 

60 John Jackson, Richard N. Adams . . . 302 

61 John Jackson t 278 

62 John W., German 178 

63 John Walton .... Ill 6 09 

64 John Walton . . 150 4 03 

65 John Walton 160 4 25 

66 David Ryan ... 210 5 50 

67 George Can- .. . 182 5 75 

68 George Carr, William J. Young. 173 6 00 

69 George Carr, Robert Davey 192 13 14 

70 Charles Taggart, William Rilance . > 248 13 55 

71 Charles Taggart, John Ruttan j 258 12 08 

72 Charles Taggart, Samuel McCauley i 292 1158 

73 William Scales, Sidney J. Shorey . . .... 267 12 01 

74 See Toronto Conference. . ... .1 261 13 60 



1 50 

2 53 
52 
08 
00 
73 
80 
90 
20 
25 
75 



2 80 
2 90 
6 00 
6 00 
8 00 

5 83 

6 50 

7 25 



6 73 

7 07 

8 47 
12 20 
12 90 
27 66 
20 85 
14 50 
14 50 

19 55 

20 00 

20 00 

21 00 
26 50 
21 82 
20 00 
20 00 



54 
95 



4 14 



3 00 



STONEY CREEK. 

A village in the township of Saltfleet, County of Wentworth, Ontario. Distant from Hamilton 

7 miles. It was formerly part of Grimsby Circuit. 
1854 John English . ... 

55 John English '. 

56 1 

to \ Included in Grimsby Circuit. 
74 

STORRINGTON. 

So called from the name of a township in the County of Frontenac, Ontario. 

1854 James Thompson .... 

55 James Thompson 

56 Included in Gananoque and Waterloo Circuits . . 

57 David A. Johnston 

58 Now called Brewer's Mills 



130 
167 



105 



6 47 
6 58 



18 68 



1 00 



8 00 
7 00 



STOUFFVILLE. 
A village in the township of Whitchurch, County of York, Ontario. Distant from Toronto 28 miles. 



1853 Cornelius Flummerfelt 

54 Cornelius Flummerfelt 

55 Ashton Fletcher 

56 Alfred Andrews 



56 

61 

58 

109 



5 62 
5 48 
8 00 



4 75 

5 48 

2 75 



Avening set off. 



t Marmora set off. 



304 



CIRCUITS, STATIONS AND MISSIONS. 



Year 



Names of Ministers. 



1857 Alfred Andrews 

58 Charles Taggart. James Anderson 

59 Charles Taggart, James Broley 

60 Nelson Brown 

61 Richard Pinch, Alfred McCann. . .... 

62 Richard Pinch, J. Carroll Wilson 

63 James Norris ... . . s 

64 John Hodgson 

65 John Hodgson . . 

66 Thomas Hadwin 

67 Thomas Hadwin. .... . . .. v . . 

68 Daniel E. Gee .. .. .. 

69 Daniel E. Gee.. .. 

70 Daniel E. Gee. 

71 W. S. McCullough, M.A., Jeremiah W. Annis. 

72 W S. McCullough, M.A., Isaac N. Robinson... 

to i? i. • t xr i \ H. Richardson, 

73 Ephraim L. Koyl, j ThomM g^' 

74 See Toronto Conference 



No. of 
Members. 



170 
232 
221 
204 
193 
150 
*174 
93 
93 
100 
110 
116 
150 
165 
175 
185 

187 

192 



Conting. 
Fund. 



$11 97 

7 22 
10 27 
10 26 

8 21 
12 30 
12 80 

5 00 

1 94 

2 07 

6 53 
8 05 
8 23 

3 05 
3 85 

7 83 

8 00 
8 10 



Educa. 
Fund. 



$1 75 
42 
4 50 
3 62 
8 13 
6 56 
6 89 



50 
00 
20 
15 
20 
40 
50 
10 
00 



4' 00 
4 10 



Sup. M. 
Fund. 



$8 00 
5 76 

7 91 

8 00 

8 62 

11 20 
16 26 
10 00 

14 76 
7 47 

9 00 

12 59 

13 10 

7 05 

8 25 

15 00 

15 00 

16 15 



STRATFORD. 

The County Town of the County of Perth, Ontario, is situate on the River Avon, at the corners of the 
five townships of North and South Easthope, Downie, Gore of Downie, and Ellice, County of 
Perth, Ontario. Distant from Toronto 88 miles, and from Sarnia 80 miles. 

1847 William Dignam, Charles Silvester. . 

48 Ezra Adams, William Dignam ... ...... 145 

49 William Dignam ... . 183 

50 George Case 120 

51 ) 
g„ ( United with Blenheim ... 1 110 

53 Isaac Barber. ....... ... 

54 George Case .... .. 50 

55 George Case 47 

56 John Jackson 41 

57 Thomas Cosford, Elias W Frazee 81 

58 Orrin H. Ellsworth, Henry Bawtinhimer 80 

59 Orrin H. Ellsworth, Stephen Bond 144 

60 Thomas Cleghorn, Daniel Connolly 169 

61 Thomas Cleghorn, Daniel E. Brownell 162 

62 Joseph Hugill, Alexander Burns, B. A. ...... 207 

63 Joseph Hugill, Henry Kellam .. 187 

64 Hall Christopherson, John R. Alexander. . . 181 

( William Sparling, ) Ttr 
( George Leech, j 

66 Hall Christopherson, George Martin Brown . . . 224 

67 William Price, Ezra A. Healey . . .... 203 

68 William Price 205 

69 Charles Lavell, M. A .. 210 

70 Charles Lavell, M. A 110 

71 Charles Lavell, M. A. ... 149 

72 William C. Henderson, M. A 150 

73 William C. Henderson, M. A. . 172 

74 See London Conference ,...,. . . . 222 

STRATHROY. 

A town on the River Sydenham, in the townships of Adelaide and Carradoc, County of Middlesex, 
Ontario. Distant from London 22 miles, and from Sarnia 40 miles. It was formerly Adelaide 
Mission. 

1851 James Armstrong, John Shaw ... ... 

52 James Armstrong. 178 6 73 

53 John K. Williston . . . . 186 10 89 . . 5 84 

54 John K. Williston . . . 162 12 03 6 67 

55 John K. Williston, Thomas S. Howard ... 140 9 15 .. 8 00 

56 Richard L. Tucker. t 158 16 62 4 64 12 07 

57 Richard L. Tucker.. 120 5 53 3 03 5 00 

58 Nelson Brown 125 8 00 3 00 6 00 



65 Hall Christopherson, 



• • ■ ■ 


... 


3 00 


.... 


1 50 




2 00 




4 37 





2 00 




13 28 


3 03 


7 00 


3 25 


5 60 


2 00 


7 25 


3 00 


12 16 


4 51 


16 00 


8 00 


17 51 


9 25 


19 00 


9 60 


11 51 


5 52 


13 11 


6 86 


16 19 


5 08 


17 00 


5 00 


17 15 


6 02 


•18 20 


8 20 


18 30 


13 65 


9 02 


8 09 


10 20 


10 89 


15 05 


7 39 


22 05 


10 21 


17 53 


7 75 



1 25 


1 00 


6 50 


50 


i 66 


6 00 


6 25 


5 00 


10 00 


10 00 


20 00 


28 50 


46 00 


26 00 


27 00 


29 00 


30 00 


31 55 


45 00 


45 35 


15 00 


16 00 


18 00 


50 50 


24 32 



1 Some appointments given to Pickering Circuit. + Wellesley set off. J Mount Brydges set off. 



WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



305 



Year 



Names of Ministers. 



1859 Nelson Brown .. . . . .... 

60 James A. Iveson. . 

61 James A. Iveson, George Sexsmith.. 

62 Luther O. Rice, Samuel Hume.. . . 

63 Luther 0. Rice, William H. Winans. 

64 Isaac Barbec, William H. Winans 

65 Isaac Barber, Joseph W. Holmes.. 
56 John Learoyd, Joseph W. Hoimes 

67 John Learoyd, Richard Hoskins 

68 John Learoyd . . 

69 George Goodson 

70 George Goodson . 

71 Thomas Cosford 

72 Thomas Cosford 

73 Thomas Cosford . 

74 See London Conference 




Conting. 
Fund. 



125 
127 
127 
148 
148 
170 
183 
265 
262 
266 
150 
150 
170 
173 
180 
162 



$4 67 

2 61 
4 50 

3 00 
11 25 
10 79 

9 47 

14 63 

15 29 

16 10 
8 25 

8 50 

9 54 
16 37 
16 50 
16 55 




$2 05 
57 
2 05 
70 
95 
81 
73 
24 
50 
15 
55 
00 



6 75 
10 00 
10 00 
10 00 



Sup. M. 
Fund. 



$4 00 
4 20 
6 65 



20 
69 



5 
6 

11 69 
'23 40 

24 15 

25 20 
27 10 
29 25 

20 00 

21 00 
36 00 
40 00 
40 00 



STREETSVILLE. 
A village in the Township of Toronto, County of Peel, Ontario. 

Circuit. 

1866 Charles Fish, Benjamin Clement ... 

67 Charles Fish, Benjamin Clement, Thomas Cardus. . 390 

68 Charles Fish, John H. Robinson 380 

69 Edwin Clement, William Galbraith 402 

70 Edwin Clement, W. W- Carson 375 

71 Edwin Clement, Alfred L. Russell, B.A 365 

72 J. Herbert Starr, William J. Jolliffe 375 

73 J. Herbert Starr, Brabazon B. Dundas . ...'... . 361 

74 See Toronto Conference.. . .378 

SUTTON, EAST. 
A village and township in the County of Brome, Quebec. 
1855 Francis Hunt | 

56 Francis Hunt. .. 54 

57 Hiram Fowler . . . 52 

58 Hiram Fowler 52 

59 Samuel Teeson . . 54 

60 Hiram Fowler... 53 

61 Hiram Fowler.. . .. .. 49 

62 Hiram Fowler 50 

63 George Stenning .... 71 

64 Samuel Jackson . ... . • .65 

65 Samuel Jackson .... . . . . ... 49 

66 Hiram Fowler . . .49 

67 Hiram Fowler . . ... 49 

68 Hiram Fowler.... . . /. . . 43 

69 John Davies . . . . . 48 

70 John Davies y 56 

71 John Davies. ..'..... .. .. •■ •• 56 

72 Richard Robinson .... • • 53 

73 Richard Robinson . . .... 54 

74 See Montreal Conference . . .55 

SUTTON, WEST. 



It was formerly part of Brampton 



18 33 

22 50 

23 61 
25 10 

23 91 

24 21 

25 34 

26 51 



9 80 
10 20 
12 00 
16 00 
21 35 
15 0J 
15 00 
15 00 



96 00 

100 00 

101 00 
124 65 
130 45 
136 52 
141 60 
167 15 



It was formerly part of Durham Circuit. 



1 50 

2 40 



30 
00 



1 00 



00 
62 
00 
50 
65 
48 
65 
70 
65 
53 



6 43 



00 
00 
27 
00 
01) 
80 
86 
85 
18 
00 
29 
35 
44 
95 
60 
00 



2 00 

3 00 



00 
32 
10 

20 
38 
00 
55 



00 
53 
53 
00 
50 
56 

6 00 

7 50 



A village in the township of Georgina, County of Ontario. It was formerly part of Sharon and 

Mount Albert Circuit. 



1872 William Torrance 

73 William Torrance 

74 See Toronto Conference.. 



81 
97 



1 65 
3 10 



2 55 

3 05 



SYDENHAM. 
A township on the Georgian Bay, County of Grey, Ontario 

1846 John Williams. • ■■ 

47 John Williams ... .126 4 50 

48 Edward Sallows. 122 4 80 

49 John Hutchinson .... 181 5 90 

50 



3 71 



2 75 
2 50 
4 59 



* Adelaide set off. 



20 



306 



CIRCUITS, STATIONS AND MISSIONS. 



St. 



ST. ANDREWS. 
A town on the North River, in the County of Argentieul, Quebec. 



Distant from Montreal 45 miles. 



Year 



Names of Ministers. 



1841 John Armstrong, William Dignam.. 

42 John Armstrong, William Morton 

43 William H. Williams, John Gemley 

44 William H. Williams, Thomas Hanna . 

45 James Hughes, Michael Baxter, James Armstrong . 

46 Michael Baxter, Charles Taggart 

47 David B. Madden, David C. McDowell 

48 David B. Madden, Richard Wilson 

49 Francis Coleman, John B. Armstrong 

50 Francis Coleman, Erastus Hurlburt 

51 Francis Coleman, Richard M. Hammond 

52 Thomas W. Constable, Richard M. Hammond. 

53 Thomas W. Constable, Silas Huntingdon. 

54 Thomas W. Constable, William Scales 

55 James H. Bishop, Andrew Armstrong 

56 Edward H. Dewart, Edmund E Sweet .... 

57 Edward H. Dewart, Edmund E. Sweet . 

58 Robert Brown, Henry F. Bland 

59 Robert Brown, Henry F. Bland 

60 Alfred Andrews, William M. Cooley. ... 

61 Alfred Andrews . . 

62 William D. Brown, Alexander Campbell (B) 

63 William D. Brown, Richard Robinson 

64 Levi Vanderburg, Cornelius A. Jones. . 

65 Now called La Chute Circuit .... 



No. of 
Members. 



315 

365 
377 
319 
278 
264 
280 
267 
277 
280 
330 
353 
• 440 
351 
164 
175 
167 
248 
244 
266 
258 
260 
217 
220 



Conting. 
Fund. 



17 70 
9 12 
9 20 

6 83 

7 53 

8 00 
16 00 
12 38 

12 90 

13 07 
13 27 
12 37 

12 98 

13 75 
7 32 

10 12 



7 16 

7 75 

8 75 
7 24 
2 33 
2 83 
5 00 
5 10 



Educa. 
Fund. 



$5 00 



50 
00 
50 
00 
45 
01 
60 
06 
10 



Sup. M. 
Fund. 



$1 

2 

3 

2 

3 

3 

8 

13 32 
11 48 

11 68 

12 00 
12 00 



75* 

50 
76 
63 
00 

72 
50 



00 
37 
25 
30 
75 
8 00 

10 00 

13 26 

14 15 

11 00 

12 00 
12 50 



ST. ARMAND. 
So called from the name of a township in the County of Mississquoi, Quebec. 

of the Dunham Circuit. 



It was formerly part 



1 

Year^ Ministers. 

i 


No. of 
Members. 


Year 


Ministers. 


No. of 
Members. 


1818 Richard Pope.. 


24 


1837 Wm. Squire, Thomas Campbell.. 


297 


19 Richard Williams , 


68 


38 Wm. Squire, Thomas Campbell.. 


298 


20 Richard Williams ... 


68 


39 Wm. Squire, Malcolm McDonald 


332 


21 Daniel Hillier 


79 


40 R. Hutchinson, M. McDonald. . . 


312 


22 James Booth 


163 


41 R. Hutchinson, M. McDonald. . . 


380 


23 James Booth . ...... ... 


313 


42 R. Hutchinson, H. Montgomery. 


370 


24 John DePutron... .. . 


260 


43 H. Montgomery, R. A. Flanders. 


486 


25 Matthew Lang. 


260 


44 W. M. Harvard, R. A. Flanders. 


500 


26 Matthew Lang 


260 


45 J. B. Sellev, R. A. Flanders .... 


531 


27 William Squire .... 


420 


46 j W.E. Shemtone j C ' Silvester - ■ 


261 


28 William Squire ... 


422 


261 


29 James Knowlan.. 


442 


47 William E. Shenstone . . ... 


187 


30 James Knowlan, W E.Shenstone 


450 
405 
372 


48 William Sco 

49 William Sco 

50 William Sco 


tt 




31 Thomas Turner 


tt 




32 Ingham Sutcliffe . . 


tt 




33 Matthew Lang 


400 


51 Edmund S. Ingalls 




34 Matthew Lang ... 


373 


52 Edmund S. Ingalls . ....... 




35 John Tomkins, John Borland 


390 


53 Gifford Dorey 




36 James Booth, Richard Garrett. . 


364 






1854 James Norris . . . 














55 James Norris ... 






67 








56 James Norris 






73 


6 50 


1 50 


10 00 


57 Francis Hunt ... 






87 


7 00 


2 00 


11 00 


58 Francis Hunt . 






132 


7 37 


2 00 










160 


3 02 


2 00 


8 25 


60 John Davies 






169 


3 32 


5 43 


6 45 


61 Rufus A. Flanders. ... ... 






154 


4 57 


3 25 


4 96 


62 Rufus A Flanders 






148 




1 27 


4 51 




* Grenvi 


le set o 


ff. 









WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. 



307 



Year Names of Ministers. 


No. of 


Conting. 


Educa. 


Sup. M. 






Members. 


Fund. 


Fund. 


Fund. 


1863' Kufus A. Flanders . . 


155 


$1 75 




$4 72 


64 John Armstrong (A) . 


178 


2 57 


$5 06 


|5 53 


65 John Armstrong*^). 


180 


7 50 


6 48 


12 00 


66 John Armstrong (A) 


181 


9 68 


6 11 


16 00 


67 Thomas W Constable 


165 


10 68 


6 35 


16 00 


68 Thomas W Constable 


157 


9 25 


6 20 


20 00 


69 Thomas W. Constable 


159 


8 60 


6 80 


11 25 


70 Thomas Kelly 


160 


9 20 


7 70 


11 00 


71 Thomas Kelley, Allan Patterson. 


220 


13 35 


11 00 


14 00 


72 Thomas Kelley 


230 


14 25 


12 50 


16 00 


73 John Davies, Charles R. Flanders 


240 


15 50 


10 00 


14 00 


74 See Montreal Conference 


214 


15 55 


10 12 


24 00 



ST. CATHARINES. 

A city on the Welland Canal, in the township of Grantham, County 

from Niagara 11 miles, from Hamilton 32 

1832 Egerton Ryerson, Joseph Messmore. 

33 James Evans, John Baxter . . ... 401 

34 Edwy M. Ryerson, John Armstrong .... 415 

35 Thomas Bevitt, Edwv M. Ryerson 453 

36 Thomas Bevitt, John Douse.. 397 

37 Joseph Messmore, James Musgrove.. .. .. 315 

38 Joseph Messmore, James Musgrove 230 

39 Samuel Belton, Samuel Rose. . . 252 

40 Samuel Belton. Samuel Rose. . . 284 

41 Edmund Shepherd, Thomas Cosford . . 342 

42 John Ryerson, Reuben E. Tupper . 340 

43 George R. Sanderson, Charles Lavell. . 376 

44 George R. Sanderson, Ephraim B. Harper.. .. 381 

45 Thomas Demorest, Thomas Rattray. . 406 

46 Lewis Warner, George Young. 342 

47 John Law, Lachlin Taylor . . . . 415 

48 John Law, Charles Lavell ... 301 

49 William Price, William Ames.. . . .284 

50 Wffliam Price, j JXn Itvans, \ 3 °° 

51 Claudius Byrne, John S. Evans . 

52 Claudius Byrne, William S. Griffin.. 

53 George Goodson, Richard Clarke 



54 George Goodson. 

55 Kennedy Creighton. . . 

56 Kennedy Creighton. 

57 William McCullough 

58 William McCullough . 

59 William McCullough. 

60 Robert Cooney, D.D. 

61 Samuel Rose 

62 Samuel Rose 

63 
64 
65 
66 
67 
68 
69 



.(Thorold set off) 



Samuel Rose, Robert W Ferrier, M.A 

Isaac B. Howard.. 

Isaac B. Howard. . . 

Isaac B. Howard.. . 

John Carroll 

John Carroll. . 

James Brock, George H. Bridgman, M.A. . . . 

70 James Brock, George H. Bridgman, M.A. . . . 

71 James Brock, Joshua P. Lewis 

72 William R. Parker, M.A., Joshua P. Lewis. 

73 William R. Parker, M.A., Joshua P Lewis... 

74 See London Conference. . 



297 
269 
280 
295 
110 
120 
140 
250 
263 
260 
218 
212 
212 
230 
245 
226 
266 
194 
200 
280 
290 
296 
337 
340 



of Lincoln, 
miles. 



26 02 

15 110 
21 27 

26 80 
14 96 

33 60 

34 29 

34 90 

35 00 

28 13 

29 93 
31 42 
21 73 

23 47 

25 00 
25 55 
25 59 
25 75 

8 30 

12 60 
10 74 

16 22 

17 58 

13 91 
16 17 
10 17 

9 48 
10 92 
21 00 
19 92 

24 00 
24 84 
24 85 

27 26 

30 52 
57 29 
57 35 
60 88 



Ontario. Distant 



46 00 
14 15 
45 38 
20 62 

16 00 

11 75 
20 87 

17 50 
6 00 

12 00 

27 20 

28 00 
20 25 
41 00 
28 75 
30 51 

36 42 

38 25 

37 50 

38 00 
32 00 
34 00 

7 05 11 37 

6 60 22 50 
4 83 20 00 

7 00 20 00 
6 20 26 00 
6 05 30 75 

00 31 25 

4 43 46 89 

4 83 42 00 

4 00 42 40 

6 00 47 10 

10 00 57 58 

10 08 52 50 

10 66 53 25 

15 00 43 55 

18 00 46 00 

18 75 60 00 

23 00 70 00 

25 75 42 00 

31 00 42 00 



ST. FRANCIS RIVER.