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Historic Sites of Manitoba: St. Matthew’s Anglican Church (Binscarth, Municipality of Russell-Binscarth)

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Construction of this church in Binscarth, in what is now the Municipality of Russell-Binscarth, started in 1897, with the first vestry meeting held in April 1898. The chancel and tower were built in 1910. The 300-pound bell, brought from St. John’s Church at Millwood, was installed in 1952. Further renovations have been made through the years.

Clerics

Period

Cleric

1885-1887

Rev. J. J. Morton

1887-1893

Rev. H. M. Drummond

1893-1895

Rev. C. A. Sadleir

1895-1899

Rev. George Gill

1899-1900

Rev. A. Custance

1900-1901

Rev. George Turnbull

1901-1903

Rev. J. Brisco

1903-1904

Rev. J. Vallaly

1904-1908

Rev. W. A. Fyles

1908-1912

Rev. R. H. L. Girling
Rev. Roche

1912-1916

Rev. W. A. Morgan

1916-1920

Rev. G. W. Dawson

1920-1922

Rev. C. G. M. Littler

1922-1923

T. R. Lancaster

1923-1925

Arthur Nixon

1925-1931

Rev. Harry Moss

1931-1935

Rev. I. A. Norris

1935-1940

Rev. R. C. Matthews

1940-1945

Rev. H. Markle

1945-1946

Capt. W. H. Logan

1946-1948

Rev. G. Adams

1948-1952

Rev. John Salmon

1952-1954

Rev. J. D. Lafferty

1954-1959

Rev. Wilfred Smith

1959-1963

Rev. J. J. Middleditch

1963-1971

Canon E. Hyett

1971-1973

Rev. C. H. Sells

1973-1981

Rev. K. Vickers

1981-?

Rev. Ray McMullan

Photos & Maps

St. Matthew's Anglican Church

St. Matthew’s Anglican Church (June 2012)
Source: Gordon Goldsborough

Site Location (lat/long): N50.62603, W101.28276
denoted by symbol on the map above

Sources:

Binscarth Memories by Binscarth History Committee, 1984, page 14.

This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 14 February 2019

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