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All Saints' Parish (Shulus, B.C.) fonds

  • AADC F-236
  • Fondo
  • 1917-1983.
  • Parish register, baptism register (1950-1965), civil register (1945-1957), service registers (1917-1965), correspondence, financial records.
  • Includes Canford, St. Philip; Cornwall, St. John before the Gate; Nicola, St. John the Baptist; Nyshakup, St. Augustine; Pokhaist and Toketi, St. Aidan; Spences Bridge, St. Michael and All Angels.

All Saints' Parish (Shulus, B.C.)

James Thompson fonds

  • AADNW F-319
  • Fondo
  • 1905-1966

Fonds consists of photographs, greeting cards and post cards. Includes photographs relating to clerical career in the Dioceses of New Westminster and Cariboo as well as the brief period (1915-1918) in Magnetawan, Ontario; photographs of parish churches, dedication ceremonies and people (visit of Princess Margaret, visit of the Royal Family in Vancouver, 1939); photographs of bishops and clergy (Bishop Francis Heathcote); photographs of Camp Artaban; photographs taken while travelling in Europe; pictures of castles and landscapes in England; Christmas and other greeting cards.

James Thompson fonds

Lytton Indian Mission (Lytton, B.C.) fonds

  • AADC F-225
  • Fondo
  • 1867-1981

Fonds consists of:
Parish registers, banns register (1897-1919), civil registers (1920-1981), burial register (1909-1964), service registers (1887-1981), vestry records (1896-1927, 1952-1953).
Includes Indian and some white records (up to 1934) from numerous Indian villages and white settlements which comprised the Mission's field of activity, including Ashcroft; Boothroyd; Boston Bar; Cameron Bar; Cisco; Drynoch; Foster Bar; Hope, Christ Church; Inkahtsaph; Kanaka Bar; Lillooet, St. Mary the Virgin; Lytton, St. Bartholomew's Hospital; Lytton, St. George's School; Nicola, St. John the Baptist; Nicomen; N'kamoose; North Bend; Nyshakup, St. Augustine; Pokhaist; Shulus, All Saints; Spences Bridge, St. Michael and All Angels; Spintlum Flat; Spuzzum, Christ Church; Staiyn, St. David; Yale, St. John. Also includes diaries of Archdeacon Richard Small (1886-1906) and photocopies of correspondence of Rev. J. B. Good with the Indian Branch of the Department of the Interior (1874-1879).

Parish registers include: Box I, vol. 1: list of villages, chiefs, watchmen and population ([n.d.], 1876), catechumens, (1867-1868, 1873-1877), candidates for baptism (1877-1880), candidates for confirmation ([n.d.]), baptisms (1868-1883), confirmations (1872-1877, 1881), communicants' register (1872- 1876?), marriages (1874, 1879-1883), discipline (1873-1874), burials (1874, 1879), services (1873-1876). Box I, vol. 2: baptisms (1883-1893), confirmations (1885-1894), marriages (1883-1893), burials (1885-1907). Box I, vol. 3: baptisms (1893-1937), confirmations (1895-1936), marriages (1893-1942). Box II, vol. 4: baptisms (1937-1980), confirmations (1937-1977).

Lytton Indian Mission (Lytton, B.C.)

St. Barnabas' Parish (Lytton, B.C.) fonds.

  • AADC F-226
  • Fondo
  • 1867-

Parish registers, marriage register (1869-1872, 1895-1933), civil registers (1920-1975), burial register (1935-1978), service registers (1885-1980), vestry and parish council records (1896-1957), financial records, women's organizations records, correspondence, reports, notes, manuscripts, printed material.
Separate series of registers and minutes were kept for whites and Indians while part of same mission, although does include some Indian records. Includes Anderson Creek; Ashcroft; Basque; Big Bar Creek; Black Canyon; Boston Bar, St. Peter; Canford; Chaumox; Clinton; Dog Creek; Donald, St. Peter; Field; Foster Bar; Gladwin; Golden; Granite Creek; Halfway House; Keefers; Lillooet, St. Mary the Virgin; Minnie Lake; Nicola; Nineteen Mile Creek; North Bend, St. Michael and All Angels; Pavilion; Quesnel; Soda Creek; Spences Bridge; Stanley; Watson Bar.

St. Barnabas' Parish (Lytton, B.C.)

St. Paul's Cathedral Parish (Kamloops, B.C.) fonds

  • AADC F-223
  • Fondo
  • 1884-1990

Parish registers (1911-1938), baptism registers (1888-1911, 1938-1980), marriage register (1884-1912), civil registers (1920-1987), burial registers (1884-1912, 1933-1981), confirmation register (1935-1967), service registers (1948-1989), vestry and parish council records (1937-1989), building committee records, instruments of consecration, correspondence, reports, financial records, membership lists, women's organizations records, men's organizations records, Sunday school records, choir records, notes, memorabilia, clippings, printed material, newsletters, histories, scrapbooks, guest books, photographs, architectural records.
Early parish registers (to 1912) include Albert Canyon; Ashcroft; Beaver; Black Pines; Cache Creek; Cahilty; Campbell Creek; Cherry Creek; Chu Chua; Clinton; Donald, St. Peter; Ducks (now Monte Creek); Enderby; Grande Prairie (now Westwold); Nicola; Notch Hill; Penticton; Revelstoke; Salmon Arm; Savona; Shuswap; Sicamous; Tranquille; Vavenby; Vernon; Windermere.

Parish registers include: baptisms (1911-1938), confirmations (1912-1934), marriages (1912-1936), burials (1912-1932).

St. Paul's Cathedral Parish (Kamloops, B.C.)

St. Michael's Parish (Merritt, B.C.) fonds

  • AADC F-227
  • Fondo
  • 1907-1979

Parish register, baptism register (1935-1965), civil registers (1921-1979), service registers (1907-1943), vestry and parish council records (1913-1934, 1959-1979), correspondence, financial records, women's organizations records, choir records, histories, manuscripts, newsletters, clippings, printed material.
Includes Brookmere; Canford; Coal Hill; Collettville; Coutlee; Mamette Lake; Nicola, St. John the Baptist; Shulus, All Saints.

St. Michael's Parish (Merritt, B.C.)