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Stephen March (1832-1907) was a Baptist minister who had churches in St. Francis and St. George, NB, and Bridgewater, Onslow, Canning, Halifax, and North Kingston in NS. Born in England on 28 March 1832, March studied law as a young man in London. In 1851 he professed the Baptist religion. He emigrated to New Brunswick in 1854 where he was employed by the Christian Visitor for a short time before his ordination in July 1856. Reverend Stephen March died on 1 May 1907.
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Correspondence from B. Stone to Stephen March
Correspondence from Bridgewater, N.S.
Correspondence from Chester, N.S.
Correspondence from De Mill and Fillmore, Colonial Book Store to Stephen March
Correspondence from H.S. Fillmore to Stephen March
Correspondence from I.E. Bill to Stephen March
Correspondence from O.P. Tuckerman, Pastor of Preble Street Christian Church
Correspondence from Pleasantville, N.S.
Correspondence from [Th. Todd?] to Stephen March
Correspondence to A. Cohoon from Stephen March
Correspondence to B.H. Eaton from Stephen March
Correspondence to Baptist Church at Bridgewater from A.S. [Geanes?]
Correspondence to Baptist Church, Bridgewater from Stephen W. De Blois, Pastor, First Horton Baptist Church
Correspondence to Board of School Commissioners for the District of New Dublin, from Subscribers residents of School Section...
Correspondence to Brother Cleaveland from Stephen March
Correspondence to Dear sister, from Sarah McCurdy
Correspondence to E.M. Saunders from Stephen March
Correspondence to Edward Manning Saunders from Stephen March
Correspondence to John Bennet Esq. from Stephen March