Clergy of the Anglican Parish of Salvage

 

The following have served as rectors, or missioners, of the Parish. (Some clergy were visiting for a time and some dates are approximate)

  • Rev'd Benjamin Smith 1842-1852.
  • Rev'd John Moreton of Keels 1853-1859.
  • Rev'd Charles Rock West, Incumbent, 1862-1870.
  • Rev'd H. M. Skinner 1868
  • Rev'd Fred J. J. Smith, S.P.G.M. 1879-1881
  • Rev'd Arthur C. Wood (visiting) 1881
  • Rev'd William Howe (Incumbent of Greenspond) 1882
  • Rev'd Augustus E. G. Bayly (Incumbent of Bonavista, made a number of visits) 1879-1885
  • Rev'd George Crane (visiting) 1885-1886
  • Rev'd Albert Watkins (Deacon, served one month) 1886
  • Rev'd Edwin Weary (visiting) 1887
  • Rev'd Christopher Wood 1887
  • Rev'd John Antle (Incumbent of Catalina) 1895
  • Rev'd Dr. William Pilot (made several visits) 1886-1895
  • Rev'd Harold F. Wilson 1895-1901
  • Rev'd Frank Smart - 1896.
  • Rev'd D. W. Blackall 1901-1902
  • Rev'd Augustus G. Bayly (Incumbent of Bonavista) 1903
  • Rev'd Ernest Edward Rusted 1903-1908
  • Rev'd Llewellyn Godden 1908-1914
  • Rev'd Henry Leggo 1914
  • Rev'd Arthur E. Tulk 1914-1917
  • Rev'd E. H. Humphries 1918-1923
  • Rev'd Ralph Fowlow 1923-1928
  • Rev'd A. Sheppard 1928-1937
  • Rev'd J. W. Young 1937-1938
  • Rev'd Enurchus Fowlow 1938-1948
  • Rev'd T. E. Smith 1948-1953
  • Rev'd James Coffin 1953
  • Rev'd d Percy Graham 1953-1956
  • Rev'd Lloyd C. Rees 1956-1966
  • Rev'd E. B. Cheeseman 1966-1977
  • Rev'd Arnold Torraville 1977-1982
  • Rev'd Bruce Genge 1982-1984
  • Rev'd W. G. Colbourne 1984-1989
  • Rev'd Marilyn Moore 1989-1997
  • Rev'd Paul C. Thoms 1997-2016
  • Rev'd Juanita Freeman 2017-

    Among others who made short visits during vacancies were Rev'ds Mercer, L. J. Ludlow, George Grouchy, T. Hiscock, L. Norman and E. Keeping. Notably Archdeacon James B. K. Kelly, DD, visited in 1870. He would become the third Bishop of Newfoundland.

    It should also be acknowledged that, with the clergy, many individuals served as Lay Readers within the Parish. These individuals carried out the task ministry in the absence of the clergy. Presently both men and women, have served, and continue to exercise ministry within the Parish as Lay Readers (Lay Ministers).

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