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From: "Elaine Robinson" <>
Subject: Re: [Mull] Re religion - Baptist in Quebec
Date: Fri, 25 Nov 2005 12:27:22 -0500
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Hi
I have seen a paper called "The Baptists of Mull" listed in the U of
Guelph library catalogue, but haven't yet gotten around to checking it
out.
If anyone is in the library, maybe they could check it out.

Elaine Robinson
Georgetown Ontario

Chairperson MUGG2006
(Mull Genealogical Gathering)
----- Original Message -----
From: "David Bewley" <>
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Sent: Friday, November 25, 2005 11:16 AM
Subject: RE: [Mull] Re religion - Baptist in Quebec


> Alison McIntyre said
>> I'm also interested in the Baptists from Mull. My gg-grandparents
>> were
>> Alexander McCallum and Catherine McGilivray from Mull who lived in
>> Lochaber, Quebec. They attended the Baptist church in Clarence,
>> Ontario
>> until they could establish a church across the Ottawa River in
>> Thurso
>
> I'm not sure that Baptist were not able to practice in Quebec. It
> may have
> been that there was no Baptist church in their area at the time.
> Alexander
> McCallum and Catherine McGilivray's grandson Archibald Campbell,
> from
> Lochaber and my wife's ggrandfather, graduated as a Baptist minister
> from
> McGill University in Montreal around 1850.
>
> Getting back to Mull [!], our family "stories" indicate that the
> McCallums
> and the Campbells attended the Kirk on Mull. It was only after
> coming to
> Canada that they 'became' Baptists.
>
> David
> In Ottawa
>
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