Historic Sites of Manitoba: Tilston United Church (Tilston, Municipality of Two Borders)

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This United church at Tilston, in the Municipality of Two Borders, was built between 1923 and 1924 at a cost of about $8,000. It opened in June 1924 and became a United Church in 1925.

Clerics

Period

Cleric

?-?

Rev. Mathewson

?-?

Rev. Lasalt

?-?

Rev. Duncan

?-?

Walter Royle (c1887-1955)

?-?

Rev. Thlbet

?-?

Rev. MacMair

?-?

Thomas Beveridge (1865-1932)

c1920

Rev. Omstead

c1924

Daniel Kerns

?-?

Rev. W. T. McFarran

?-?

Rev. J. D. Parker

?-?

Rev. P. Duncan

?-?

Rev. Gardiner

?-?

David Cavers

?-?

Nathan Danard

?-?

Rev. Caskey

?-?

Rev. J. B. Anderson

?-?

Rev. Menzies

?-?

T. Odel

?-?

Miss Anne Campbell

?-?

D. Crandall

?-?

Alvin Hall

?-?

Rev. Anthony Friebert

?-?

Gordon Anderson

?-?

Mrs. Anderson

?-?

Rev. Dunnett

?-?

Rev. Boyce

?-?

Rev. Tindal

?-?

Mr. Deidrick

?-?

Keith Donald Boughton (1927-2014)

?-?

Rev. Luke Standret

?-?

Percy Ladler

?-?

Jack Witty

?-?

Rev. Don McNeill

?-?

Rev. Cliff Manning

?-?

Rev. Don Robertson

?-?

Rev. John Butters

?-?

Rev. Clarke Saunders

?-?

Rev. Doug Jones

Photos & Coordinates

Tilston United Church

Tilston United Church (July 2018)
Source: George Penner

Site Location (lat/long): N49.39471, W101.31395
denoted by symbol on the map above

Sources:

Reflections of Time: A History of the R.M. of Albert by Albert History Book Committee, 1984, pages 177-178.

This page was prepared by George Penner and Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 2 October 2022

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