Congregational Churches of Lower Canada and Quebec

This compilation looks briefly at the history of the Congregational church in Quebec. Many communities in the Eastern Townships had been settled by Loyalists from the United States, and many of those people were Congregationalists. Montreal’s first Congregational church opened its doors in 1831, while Quebec City had had Congregational services since 1800. Researcher Jacques Gagné also explains where the records of these early churches might be found.

Congregationalist Churches in Quebec-1

Posted on October 10, 2015, in Genealogy and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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