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1  Richmond Hill Photo Images: Richmond Hill Presbyterian Church, erected in 1821.
2  Richmond Hill Photo Images: James Dick, minister of the Richmond Hill Presbyterian Church, 1847-1877.
3  Richmond Hill Photo Images: Richmond Hill Presbyterian Church and Manse.
4  Richmond Hill Photo Images: Richmond Hill Presbyterian Church and Manse.
5  Richmond Hill Photo Images: A luncheon at Richmond Hill Presbyterian Church circa 1895. Rev. James A. Grant is
6  Richmond Hill Photo Images: Sims repairing the pinnacle on the Presbyterian Church (detail of previous photo)
7  Richmond Hill Photo Images: A postcard of the Presbyterian Church with a post-mark of 1907 on the reverse.
8  Richmond Hill Photo Images: Sims repairing the pinnacle on the Presbyterian Church. The old Richmond Hill Presbyterian
9  Richmond Hill Photo Images: Yonge St. from the spire of the Presbyterian Church. This photo pre-dates the barn-raising on
10  Richmond Hill Photo Images: Photograph taken from the tower of the Presbyterian Church, circa 1900, looking north up Yonge
11  Richmond Hill Photo Images: left, the Presbyterian Manse, and Richmond Hill Presbyterian Church.
12  Richmond Hill Photo Images: dedication of a new organ at the Richmond Hill Presbyterian Church in 1915. Pictured left to right are:
13  Richmond Hill Photo Images: Presbyterian Church and manse, with Reverend W.
14  Early Days in Richmond Hill: nineteenth century - Anglican and Presbyterian churches on the west side of the street,
15  Early Days in Richmond Hill: hundred inhabitants. From the tower of the Presbyterian Church "may be obtained a pleasing view of a wide
16  Early Days in Richmond Hill: Presbyterian Church
17  Early Days in Richmond Hill: memories of 1912 start at the Presbyterian Church, where both her grandfathers had taken a turn
18  Early Days in Richmond Hill: the Presbyterian Church and the Public School back in 1912 were two
19  Early Days in Richmond Hill: choirs of the Anglican, Methodist, Presbyterian, and Roman Catholic churches" led the
20  Early Days in Richmond Hill: tree planting. June 9 Heirloom Tea - Presbyterian Church 2 to 4
21  Early Days in Richmond Hill: and Major Mackenzie Drive for a Presbyterian church, manse, cemetery, and public school.
22  Early Days in Richmond Hill: Yonge Street, just north of today's Presbyterian Church. Miles himself was teacher, dispensing a
23  Early Days in Richmond Hill: At a time when the organized church made only occasional appearances in the village,
24  Early Days in Richmond Hill: Index to medicines. Richmond Hill Presbyterian Church / Photo by Mary-Lou Griffin During his
25  Early Days in Richmond Hill: Richmond Hill Presbyterian Church, erected in 1821. James Miles changed
26  Early Days in Richmond Hill: the Township of Markham and Whitchurch," came on April 10, and the church was
27  Early Days in Richmond Hill: side of Yonge Street, where the Presbyterian Church and its cemetery stand today. He spoke to a
28  Early Days in Richmond Hill: marriage register. Richmond Hill Presbyterian church / Photo by Mary-Lou Griffin Four years
29  Early Days in Richmond Hill: the west side of Yonge Street to the church. Parts of this plot not used for church
30  Early Days in Richmond Hill: timbers were being prepared for the new Presbyterian Church. "Arriving at the noon-hour when the voluntary
31  Early Days in Richmond Hill: for dinner and attended the raising of the Presbyterian Church; the village was immediately renamed in his
32  Early Days in Richmond Hill: centre of population" clustered around "a Presbyterian church, a school, a store and a tavern." 1 The
33  Early Days in Richmond Hill: Jenkins continued as Richmond Hill's Presbyterian preacher until his death in 1843. His son,
34  Early Days in Richmond Hill: on Yonge Street, south of the Presbyterians, in
35  Early Days in Richmond Hill: and moral tone for its work by electing Presbyterian minister James Dick as its first
36  Early Days in Richmond Hill: James Dick, minister of the Richmond Hill Presbyterian Church, 1847-1877. Village Methodists were also
37  Early Days in Richmond Hill: reeve. Reverend James Dick of the Richmond Hill Presbyterian Church was appointed Superintendent of Common Schools
38  Early Days in Richmond Hill: Photograph taken from the tower of the Presbyterian Church, circa 1900, looking north up Yonge Street,
39  Early Days in Richmond Hill: keep pace with the new Methodist and Presbyterian buildings, the Anglicans in the early
40  Early Days in Richmond Hill: Anglican Church and the tower of Richmond Hill Presbyterian Church soared heavenwards. Farther north, on the right
41  Early Days in Richmond Hill: dedication of a new organ at the Richmond Hill Presbyterian Church in 1915. Pictured left to right are:
42  Early Days in Richmond Hill: the ladies of the Richmond Hill Presbyterian Church promise to make an 1892 afternoon tea
43  Early Days in Richmond Hill: birthday, she was honoured by the Richmond Hill Presbyterian Church.
44  Early Days in Richmond Hill: other ways - as town councillor, active Presbyterian layman, and temperance
45  Early Days in Richmond Hill: at the public school - and the Presbyterian Church bell began tolling, flags were silently run

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