Microfilm consists of the typescript copy of the biography of Archdeacon Richard Small, missionary at Lytton, BC; Chaplain at St. Bartholomew's Hospital; and Archdeacon of Yale. Written by the Rev. Cyril E.H. Williams.
The book also contains references, bibliography, photographs, and maps. Appendices include Clerical sketches of missionaries as well as lists of clergy and bishops that worked in the Diocese of New Westminster and the Diocese of Cariboo and Principals of St. George's Indian Residential School, Lytton.
No copies without written permission from Library and Archives Canada
Archdeacon on horseback : Richard Small, 1849-1909, missionary at Lytton, Chaplain at St. Bartholomew's Hospital, Lytton and Archdeacon of Yale / by Cyril E.H. Williams and Pixie McGeachie
PUBLISHER: Merritt, B.C. : Sonotek Pub., c1991.
DESCRIPTION: 112 p. : ill., map, ports. ; 23 cm.
NOTES: Includes index.
Includes bibliographical references: p. 103-106.
The Rev. Edmund C.R Pritchard is the grandson of John Pritchard, who was the Secretary to Lord Selkirk who brought settlers from Northern Scotland to the Red River Settlement. He was one of three brothers who went into the ministry.
Pritchard was born 1875 and died between 1965-1972. He was educated at St. John's College, Winnipeg, BA 1898; deacon 1899; priest 1901. CMS missionary at Denorwic, 1899-1902; Rector of Birtle 1902-1907; Incumbent of St. Cuthbert's, Elmwood, Winnipeg, MB, 1907-1924. St. Clement's, Seattle, WA, 1926-1944. Retired in British Columbia.
Scope and Content
Microfilm of typescript.
Memoirs of the Rev. E.C.R. Pritchard starting with his grandfather, John Pritchard, coming to the Red River Settlement in 1802 and then telling his own story of why and how he became a minister in the Anglican Church serving in Denorwic, ON; Birtle, MB; Winnipeg, Vancouver and Seattle.
Archives has published version entitled, The Red River Settlement : A gripping narrative of pioneer days MM52.7 .P673.11