History of Gospel Preaching in New Brunswick - 9 - Preachers

 Chapter 9

Preachers

List of Preachers who visited Moncton through the years

The Early Preachers

 

Blair, John

Bradford, Ben

Brennan, William *

Campbell, James

Dickson, John T.

Glasgow, William

Goodwin, Ansley *

Grimason, John

Martin, John *

McClure, W. J.

McCrory, Robert

McCullough, James *

McEwen, Hugh

McEwen, John Knox *

McEwen, Sam

McGechie, J.

McMullen, Isaac *

McMullen, James

Milnes, Robert *

Monypenny, John

Scott, David *

Simpson, George *

Spreeman, John

Stenhouse, Andrew

Sylvester, John

Thorpe, Hugh

 

* Residents of Nova Scotia or New Brunswick

Preachers in Later Years

 

Adams, Arnold

Adams, David

Adams, John

Aiken, Andy

Alves, Hector

Berney, Jean-Paul

Bingham, Bill

Blackwood, James

Booth, David

Booth, Robert

Boswell, James

Buckle, Wallace

Buote, Larry

Campbell, George

Compte, James

Crawford, Norman

Cudmore, Wallace

Darling, Joseph

Davies, Vincent

Dellandrea, Aubrey

Dellandrea, Ernest

Dougal, Neil

 

 

Elliot, Frank

Fletcher, Henry

Goff, Gaius

Grainger, Bert

Gratton, Arnold

Gratton, Noah

Gunn, James

Gustafson, Walter

Harris, Herb

Harris, Russell

Heidman, George

Howard, Douglas

Hull, Albert

Hunt, David

Jolin, Gaston

Jordan, Reg

Joyce, Bert

Kember, David

Kirk, David

Knox, Frank

Leathem, David

LeBlanc, Wade

Long, David

Magee, Pat

Markle, Vernon

Maxwell, Sydney

McCandless, Murray

McClelland, Clark

McClurkin, Robert

McCracken, John

McCracken, Robert

McCullough, Eric

McIlwaine, Lennon

McIlwaine, Robert

McLeod, Oswald

McVey, Willie

Nicholson, Boyd

Nicholson, J. B. Jr.

Oliver, David

Paisley, Harold

Pearcey, Frank

Pethrick, David

Porteous, Sydney

Procopio, Jonathan

Rae, Sam

Ramsay, Albert

Reager, Gordon

Roberts, Richard

Rolls, Charles J.

Roy, Gerard

Smith, Harold

Smith, Jim

Sprunt, Ernie

Stewart, Archie

Stewart, Floyd

Sutton, Ben

Swan, David

Taylor, Ken

Wells, Leslie

West, Bill

Wilkie, Tom

Wilson, Alex

Wilson, T. Ernest

 

 

Of all the names on the list, J. Boyd Nicholson and Douglas Howard have had the longest continuing association with the Moncton assembly. Boyd first came to the Moncton assembly as a young airman from Scotland and his visits have been many over more than 50 years. Douglas Howard had Gospel meetings in Moncton in 1943 and has made regular visits to Moncton for over 50 years. Douglas Howard died suddenly in December and his funeral was held on New Years day 1999 and was attended by Christians from many different assemblies. He was buried at Elmwood cemetery in Moncton. His wife Muriel died in June, 1999.