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Friday, November 16, 2012

Historical Society Hosts Early Victoria County Bible Christians Speaker!

Sherrell Leetooze Canadian Author Historical Society Speaker!
November 18th, 2012 2pm Sherrell Leetooze will share a hstorical perspective on Bible Christians who set out for Victoria County from Devon and Cornwall England. Hosted by Omemee and District Historical Society,at the Omemee Coronation Hall,1 King Street West, the talk, based on Sherell's book 'Bible Christians of the Canadian Conference' is open to the public.

Sherell, who has written several Canadian history books about Ontario Townships including 'Along the Gravel Roads' , will have books available for purchase at the event.
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For further information please contact Marlyne at 705 -799-5767

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