||Belleville, Hastings Co., Ontario 
||Church of St. John the Evangelist, Kitchener, Waterloo Region, Ontario
|Eby ID Number
||22 Feb 1917
||Wiarton, Bruce Co., Ontario 
|Cause: broncho pneumonia (1 week) asthmia (2 days) |
||13 Apr 2017 |
||Matilda Francis Wright, b. 10 Sep 1837, , England , d. 3 Jun 1923, Hepworth, Bruce Co., Ontario |
| ||1. William Wilfred Campbell, b. 1861, Kitchener, Waterloo Region, Ontario , d. 1 Jan 1918, Ottawa, Carleton Co., Ontario |
- St. John the Evangelist Anglican Church
Begun: 1856 Early Anglican services were held in the Berlin area in the 1840s by the Rev. Michael Boomer of the Galt Mission. In 1856 William Jaffray moved from Galt to Berlin and established an English-language newspaper, the Berlin Chronicle. An Anglican, who had attended Trinity Church in Galt, Mr. Jaffray led in the formation of a congregation in Berlin, where he acted as Lay Reader. Two other gentlemen influential in establishing the Anglican presence in Berlin were Henry Joseph Fletcher Jackson and Dr. David S. Bowlby. Land was purchased on April 5, 1861 on the southeast corner of Water St. N. and Short (now Duke) Streets, and the first church, of red brick with white brick trim, was built in 1861.
The church was demolished in April 1894 to make room for the present church which was built on the same site and dedicated on October 7, 1894. A Parish Hall was built in 1927 and the church was enlarged in 1955. Early rectors who followed the missionary, Thomas S. Campbell, were the first rector Rev. E.R. Stimson (1859-1864), Rev. Dr. John Schulte (1864-1867), Rev. Henry Jessop (1868) and Rev. Alexander Sydney Falls (1869-1876).1a
1aWaterloo County Churches A Research Guide To Churches Established Before 1900 By Rosemary Ambrose
- [S713] Vit - ON - Death Registration, death certificate 8978 (1917), Thomas S. Campbell..
Thomas S. Campbell, d. 22 Feb 1917 Wiarton, Bruce, b. Belleville, aged 85, retired Clergyman, s/o Rev. Thomas Campbell & Swainson, cause: broncho pneumonia (1 week) asthmia (2 days)