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St. Albans

St. Alban’s Pembroke West Sunday School opened for the first time on September 22, 1907, having been founded by Archdeacon James Davidson. The school’s treasurer and superintendent was Mr. Jeremiah Darrell, 37 scholars attended. This building, during the week, was Miss Rosa Butterfield’s school. This Clarence Avenue building in which the school was located was

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Church Wardens

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History – St. Johns Church

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