Monthly Archives: March 2014

Meeting reminder!

It’s that time of the month again: the final Wednesday, that is … and time for another meeting of the Friends of Beaverdams Church.* Do try to come out tonight, if you haven’t and especially if you have before! On … Continue reading

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As then, so too today

In keeping with the theme of resurrecting archival material pertaining to the restoration of Beaverdams Church, this recently emerged: an agreement between the church trustees and various neighbours to commit funds for its upkeep. We read that the trustees desired … Continue reading

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The cemetery, then and now …

It has recently come to the editor’s attention that the “fruits” of the Board’s labour (nearly two years ago now!) on mapping the Beaverdams Church cemetery have never been uploaded. Well, here we go for all of you who might … Continue reading

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Past improvements

In 1865, the trustees of Beaverdams Church calculated the cost of “moneys expended … for fencing and other expenses.” The total was $242.70 (although most of this seems to have been due on account to the builder, Beatty & Sons). … Continue reading

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