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Jenkins, William (1779-1843)
1  Historic Churches of South York Region: Rev. William Jenkins
2  Early Days in Richmond Hill: Reverend William Jenkins and the
3  Early Days in Richmond Hill: Reverend William Jenkins, Presbyterian minister at Richmond Hill
4  Early Days in Richmond Hill: and his reputation as a radical made Jenkins a popular clergyman among the isolated families
5  Early Days in Richmond Hill: of Jenkins' heavy wedding schedule has been preserved in a
6  Early Days in Richmond Hill: from Jenkins' marriage register: Index to medicines. Richmond
7  Early Days in Richmond Hill: Jenkins proved himself a radical in both politics and
8  Early Days in Richmond Hill: outside interests diverted Jenkins' attention from his own congregations. An 1835
9  Early Days in Richmond Hill: the last three years of his life, Jenkins suffered from an illness that gradually
10  Early Days in Richmond Hill: settler, took the lead in inviting the Reverend William Jenkins, a popular Presbyterian preacher, to
11  Early Days in Richmond Hill: William Jenkins was born in Kirriemuir, Scotland, in 1779,
12  Early Days in Richmond Hill: in 1817, Jenkins accepted invitations to form permanent
13  Early Days in Richmond Hill: Jenkins' first communion service at Miles' Hill was
14  Early Days in Richmond Hill: Mary-Lou Griffin Four years later, in 1821, Reverend Jenkins and his congregation finally completed their
15  Early Days in Richmond Hill: hands of Reverend William Jenkins. After twelve years, Jenkins turned his
16  Early Days in Richmond Hill: like Abner and James Miles, William Jenkins, and Benjamin Barnard - whose lives and
17  Early Days in Richmond Hill: one time during the fateful year of 1837, Jenkins used a rather inflammatory text from the Book of
18  Early Days in Richmond Hill: In religion, Lutherans and members of Reverend William Jenkins' Presbyterian congregations predominated. Only
19  Early Days in Richmond Hill: with no Lutherans and no one from Reverend William Jenkins' Presbyterian congregations.
20  Early Days in Richmond Hill: what of Reverend Jenkins, the religious patriarch of Richmond Hill
21  Early Days in Richmond Hill: Jenkins had long been a critic of the Upper Canadian
22  Early Days in Richmond Hill: Reverend William Jenkins: Jenkins continued as Richmond Hill's
23  Early Days in Richmond Hill: the fiery tenure of Reverend William Jenkins to the conservative regime of Reverend James
24  Early Days in Richmond Hill: Reverend William Jenkins was the first Presbyterian minister in Richmond
25  Early Days in Richmond Hill: first service was held in 1817, by William Jenkins, but it was not until 1821 that the Presbyterians
26  Richmond Hill Presbyterian Church

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