HOLY TRINITY ANGLICAN CHURCH KELSO THE TALE OF TWO HOUSES AND THE FAMILIES WHO LIVED IN THEM

By CAROL CHURCHES 2002

The Anglican Parish of Holy Trinity Kelso (just east of Bathurst) was established in 1825 with the appointment of the first Rector, the Reverend John Espy Keane.

The house for the first Rector was built by 1827 and was demolished in 1878. The second one was built in 1878 and is still in use today.

The book includes a history of these two houses and also details of the families who lived in them. So often there is a list of clergy who serve a parish but no further details are known of them. This book gives information about the Rectors of Kelso and their families.

Available for purchase $5 plus postage.


This book is listed here because it may be of interest to those who are researching people associated with the Bathurst district.

The Family History Group of Bathurst does not necessarily have access to a copy of the publication and makes no claim regarding the availability of the book.

The book may be available at your local library or through an inter-library loan or the book may be available for purcchase in Bathurst but not elsewhere. In the last case, the Family History Group of Bathurst Inc. may be able to purchase the book on your behalf and post it to you at cost.