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Baie St Paul, (Belcourt) St Paul fonds
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10 cm textual records
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The parish of St Paul was formed by The Right Rev S.P. Matheson on 17 April 1897. Services, however, had been held in the area as early as the 1880s in the home of Thomas Henry Brown. Once the Belcourt Schoolhouse was built, services were held there until St Paul's church was built in 1910. It was consecrated on 7 September 1913. A cemetery was consecrated on 12 December 1915. Throughout its history, St Paul's, Baie St Paul, has been associated with St Luke, Poplar Heights (OW.071) and St Anne, Poplar Point. By the 1960s, services were being held on alternating Sundays, and then only in the summer months. The bell tower was restored in 1993, and the church was designated a Municipal Heritage Site on 15 April 1994. St Paul, Baie St Paul, at the time of description, is only open for special anniversary services. The cemetery is maintained by the former congregation.
Parish to Diocesan Archives in 1984 and 2002.
Scope and content
The records of St Paul held at the Diocesan Archives include: Canonical Documents (1897-1915); Titles (1902); Cemetery Plan (1915); Sacramental Registers (1888-2000); Record of Service book (1927-1975); still images. Research file.
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Sacramental Registers are held in the Upper Vault. Certificate of Title is held in Oversize Storage in the Lower Vault. All other files and bound volumes are stored in the Lower Vault. Still images are filed by title and located in the Still Images - Rural Parishes Collection.
Availability of other formats
Microfilm, Reel #1. Parish Registers.
Restrictions on access
Use of parish registers limited to Archives staff. Consult the archivist for more information.
Terms governing use, reproduction, and publication
Rural Parishes Finding Aid. Consult the archivist for more information.
Associated material: Black and white photographs, c.1912, including people. Provincial Archives of Manitoba, RLC, #32, 33, 34.
No further accruals expected.
Church is an historic site and is open to the public.
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