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Historic Sites of Manitoba: Tilston United Church (Tilston, Municipality of Two Borders)

This United church at Tilston, in the Municipality of Two Borders, was built between 1923 and 1924 at a cost of about $8,000. It opened in June 1924 and became a United Church in 1925.

Among the clerics who served here were Rev. Mathewson, Rev. Lasalt, Rev. Duncan, Rev. Royal, Rev. Thlbet, Rev. MacMair, Thomas Beveridge, Rev. Omstead (after 1920), Daniel Kerns (1924), Rev. W. T. McFarran, Rev. J. D. Parker, Rev. P. Duncan, Rev. Gardiner, David Cavers, Nathan Danard, Rev. Caskey, Rev. J. B. Anderson, Rev. Menzies, T. Odel, Miss Anne Campbell, D. Crandall, Alvin Hall, Rev. Anthony Friebert, Gordon Anderson, Mrs. Anderson, Rev. Dunnett, Rev. Boyce, Rev. Tindal, Mr. Deidrick, Rev. Keith Boughton, Rev. Luke Standret, Percy Ladler, Jack Witty, Rev. Don McNeill, Rev. Cliff Manning, Rev. Don Robertson, Rev. John Butters, Rev. Clarke Saunders, and Rev. Doug Jones.

Tilston United Church

Tilston United Church (July 2018)
Source: George Penner

Site Location (lat/long): N49.39471, W101.31395
denoted by symbol on the map above


Reflections of Time: A History of the R.M. of Albert by Albert History Book Committee, 1984, pages 177-178.

This page was prepared by George Penner and Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 11 July 2018

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