Fonds 28-1997 - Berbank Church fonds

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Berbank Church fonds

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CA MCK 28-1997

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  • 1919-1966 (Creation)

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6 cm textual records

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The name Berbank was created by combining the names of two local districts: Riverbank and Bertha. Both were located south of Brandon in the Rural Municipality of Oakland. The Berbank Church was built in 1919. Its construction grew out of the work of the Berbank Red Cross founded in 1917. The Berbank Church was a "union" church, constructed in anticipation of the formation of the United Church of Canada. In 1966, the Berbank congregation joined with the Nesbitt congregation to operate out of the Nesbitt United Church. The final service was held at the Berbank United Church in 1966.

Custodial history

This fonds was accessioned in 1997 by the McKee Archives. Prior custodial history is unknown.

Scope and content

This fonds contains a document titled "Berbank Church History." This document is partially in a printed format with a portion handwritten. This fonds also contains minute books and legal documents pertaining to the ownership of the land upon which the Church was constructed.

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Researchers are responsible for observing Canadian copyright restrictions.

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N/A as of May 2001

Associated materials

Related material: 18-1997 Berbank Red Cross fonds, 27-1997 Berbank Ladies Aid fonds, and 8-1998 Bertha School District fonds are all located in the McKee Archives

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  • English

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