Brockville’s Churches on Court House Square

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Wall St. Methodist Church, 5 Wall St., Brockville, ON - taken about 1875

Wall St. Methodist Church, 5 Wall St., Brockville, ON – taken about 1875

Wall St. Methodist Church, 5 Wall St., Brockville, ON - taken about 1910

Wall St. Methodist Church, 5 Wall St., Brockville, ON – taken about 1910

First Presbyterian Church, 10 Church St., Brockville, ON - taken about 1878

First Presbyterian Church, 10 Church St., Brockville, ON – taken about 1878

First Presbyterian Church, 10 Church St., Brockville, ON - taken about 1896

First Presbyterian Church, 10 Church St., Brockville, ON – taken about 1896

George Street Methodist Church, 3 George St., Brockville, ON - taken about 1900

George Street Methodist Church, 3 George St., Brockville, ON – taken about 1900

George Street Methodist Church, 3 George St., Brockville, ON - taken about 1980

George Street Methodist Church, 3 George St., Brockville, ON – taken about 1980

Baptist Church, 1 Pine St., Brockville - oriiginal church building -taken about 1875

Baptist Church, 1 Pine St., Brockville – original church building – taken about 1875

Baptist Tabernacle, 1 Pine St.,Brockville, ON

taken about 1910

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  • Bryan Nourry  On 26 September 2009 at 8:43 pm

    Hello Mr. grant
    I’m looking for an old picture of the stone stables located at the Brockville mental hospital. Any information such as age or original uses of the buildings could be useful.
    I have been asked to give an estimate for repairing the masonry on these buildings. I believe in Order to properly restore a building a little research should be done.
    I would appreciate any Info.

    Bryan Nourry
    Upper Canada Stone House Group ltd. 613 542-4947

  • John Taylor  On 28 February 2010 at 2:54 pm

    I am searching for a William Old, Esquire who died in Brockville, in 1887. He was a commercial agent for the US Consulate there. Born in VA in 1818, he was part of a very prominent family in Richmond, VA and Powhatan County.

    I have a copy of the local newspaper’ obituary of his death, but no place of burial. We know he has no headstone at any of the likely places of burial in Virginia. He is not with his wife at Grub Hill Episcopal in Amelia County, VA; or his mother and brother who are buried at Grace Episcopal Church in Powhatan County. His obit states that he attended a Presbyterian Church in Brockville regularly, but most recently attended a Baptist church to hear Rev. Tuttle. Any help would be appreciated.

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