Item 1986.342.2 - Copley Anglican Church

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Copley Anglican Church

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CA DHM 1986.342-1986.342.2

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  • c.1900-1913 (Creation)
    West of Lyleton, Manitoba (R.M. of Two Borders)

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4.5" x 2.5" (b/w)

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Donated to the Daly House Museum in 1986.

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Photograph of a group of people (including a minister) standing in front of Copley Anglican Church west of Lyleton, Manitoba.

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1986.432.3 is a reprint of this photograph.

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History: The Copley Anglican Church, also known as St. George's Anglican Church and Butterfield Church, was located west of Lyleton, Manitoba in the R.M. of Two Borders. It was established through the fundraising efforts of Goddard F. Gale and constructed by local settler William Cornwallis Bate. Bate began building in 1890 and completed the fieldstone structure in 1892. In September of 1892, the church was officially opened and consecrated by Bishop Robert Machray. The church was deconsecrated in 1913 as a result decreased attendence. Only remnants of the original wall remain standing today.

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