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when the Right Rev. Hiram Alfred Cody (H. A., not 'HH' Cody) was rector there about 1900 plus or minus, his area included Greenwich and Westfield Parishes, Kings Co., New Brunswick, and perhaps a bit more. This included several Anglican churches and chapel's, including St. Paul's (I think) at Oak Point (previously St. George's Chapel) and St. Peter's in Westfield Parish. During that time, H. A. surveyed the various registers of the area for brief biographical and family histories in his newsletter, 'The Church Bell'. He combined the records into one work, and this is on a microfilm at the Provincial Archives of New Brunswick in Fredericton, NB. This web site, I believe, is a transcription from that work. H. A.'s original composition was chronological, this is alphabetical. Unfortunately, by parents rather than child.
For example, for Solomon Belyea (Belyea and Bulyea are interchangeable), it has:
= Belyea, Solomon / Mary / ... / Arthur Wellesley / 1842 Sep 11 / 1842 Mar .. / ... / Westfield
= Belyea, Solomon / Mary / ... / Charlotte Amelia / 1844 Jul 14 / 1844 May 16 / ... / Westfield
= Belyea, Solomon / Mary / ... / Elizabeth / 1846 Aug 23 / ... / ... / Westfield
= Belyea, Solomon / Mary / ... / Charlotte Eliza / 1850 May 5 / 1849 Oct .. / ... / Westfield
= Belyea, Solomon [...] / Mary / ... / Stephen Collins / 1848 Jul 23 / 1847 Dec 23 / ... / Westfield
Notice that Caroline Amelia Bulyea is, here Charlotte Amelia Belyea. This does not mean that her name was not, eventually, Caroline, as I have seen several instances of names being changed after baptism. These baptisms began 1801
(the first few being relatives of mine), but baptisms also could have taken place across the River Saint John in Trinity Anglican Church, Kingston, Kings Co., NB. Most of the early records for that church were lost to a fire. Also, baptisms, especially before 1800, could have been done by the Rev. Richard Clarke in Gagetown.
Also, keep in mind that about 1832, when non-Anglican denominations were permitted, Baptist, Methodist and Free Christian Baptist churches grew rapidly.
For some reason, the links to other pages on this web site are not provided, but I managed to acquire them, below:
Cleadie Barnett's site on the same seems to be gones, as are many of her very valuable sites. A real shame!
In your search, should you encounter Flewellings and need assistance, do ask.