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The Right Reverend Hibbert Binney, colonial Tractarian, Bishop of Nova Scotia, 1851-1887

The Right Reverend Hibbert Binney, colonial Tractarian, Bishop of Nova Scotia, 1851-1887

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Published by University of New Brunswick, Dept. of History in Fredericton, N.B .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Binney, Hibbert, -- Bp. of Nova Scotia, -- 1819-1887.,
  • Church of England -- Nova Scotia.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementVernon Glen Kent.
    SeriesCanadian thesis = Thèses canadiennes
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 reel (ix, 221 l.)
    Number of Pages221
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20748239M

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    Whitaker, the Rector of Ruanlanihorne published a book entitled “The Ancient Cathedral of Cornwall" which was allegedly "widely-read and esteemed".3 A generation later, Henry Phillpotts became Bishop of Exeter in , and that year undertook a tour of his vast diocese which then included Cornwall as well as : David George Miller. Served with 6th North Carolina Company B. C.S.A. as a private (From Twentieth Century Sketches, A Methodist History Book) Joseph Benjamin Traywick was born Octo , in Anson County, NC. His parents were Asa Traywick and Delilah Helms Traywick. His great grandfather Traywick came from England and Burial: Evergreen Cemetery, Chester, Chester .

    His son Thomas Merryfield was b. in Marblehead but married in Nova Scotia in , Thomas has Henry b. , Henry has Benjamin who has George Samuel in , all in Nova Scotia and then George Samuel Seeley goes to Beverly, Essex, MA and we can trace the line down from there through the census. A copy of "Arrivals 99 ­ Our First Families in New Brunswick" can be found in most research institutions in New Brunswick. Query ; Erb - Hudson: Who were the parents of Henry S. and Winnifred Erb? Henry was born in Sussex, Kings County, about and became a minister. He married Ianthe S. Hudson in Nova Scotia.


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