Friday, 3 August 2012

Rev. Leslie S.Macdougall Ministry appointments

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November 1895 - September 1899 Local Preacher - various locations in Tasmania.
October 1899 - September 1900 Home missionary, Oatlands, Tasmania.
October 1900 - March 1902 Local Preacher - various locations in Tasmania.
March 1902 - 19041902 - 1904 Theological student at Queen's College, Parkville, Melbourne.

26 May 1902 - a student at Queen's College, Parkville, Melbourne

December 1902 - February 1903 Locum at Stanley, Tasmania.
December 1903 - April 1904 Locum at Nagambie, Victoria.
December 1904 - April 1905 Locum at Mathinna, Tasmania.
April 1905 - April 1907 1st & 2nd Year Probation at Dumbalk & Meeniyan, Victoria.

Leslie Macdougall April 1905 at Dumbalk

April 1907 - 1908 3rd Year Probation at Neerim, Victoria.
April 1908 - April 1909 3rd Year Probation at Berringa & Kaleno, Victoria.
April 1909 - March 1910 4th Year Probation at South Preston, Victoria.

Leslie Macdougall 23 July 1909 at Preston
             
9 March 1910 Ordination Service at Wesley Church, Melbourne.

April 1910 - April 1912 Queenstown & Strahan, Tasmania.


Queenstown Methodist Church, Cnr Dixon & Cutton Streets, Queenstown 1910

Strahan Methodist Church 1910 (later destroyed by fire)






























April 1912 - March 1915 New Norfolk & Glenora, Tasmania.

New Norfolk Methodist Church 2005 - oldest Methodist Church in use in Australia built 1835, Burnett Street, New Norfolk
Interior New Norfolk Methodist Church 2005

New Norfolk Parsonage in 2005 - "Eardley Cottage" built 1830, Corner Alfred & Pioneer Avenues, New Norfolk


April 1915 - April 1918 Westbury, Tasmania.

Westbury Methodist Church Cnr William & Dexter Street, Westbury 2005

Interior Wesbury Methodist Church 2005


April 1918 - April 1921 Penguin, Tasmania.


Penguin Methodist Church, Main Road, Penguin 2005

Interior Penguin Methodist Church 2005


April 1921 - April 1924 Euroa, Victoria.


Euroa Methodist Church & Parsonage - now Funeral Parlour 2007 Cnr Binney St.West & Bury St, Euroa

Interior Euroa Methodist Church - now Funeral Parlour Chapel 2007


April 1924 - April 1929 Skipton Street, Ballarat, Victoria.


Beatrice Macdougall opened Sunday School Hall 4 September 1926
Sunday School Hall 2008

Skipton Street Methodist Church, Ballarat 2008


1932 - 1947  Lecturer at Queen's College, Parkville, Melbourne, Victoria.
1933 - 1942 Lecturer at Otira Home Missionaries Training College.


 April 1929 - April 1933 East Malvern Peace Memorial Epping Street, Malvern, Victoria.

Interior East Malvern Peace Memorial Church April 1929


Parsonage - 14 Epping Street, East Malvern14 June 1930

 Peace Memorial Church - now Greek Orthodox
Parsonage at 14 Epping Street, East Malvern 2012




April 1933 - 1937 Coburg & Moreland, Melbourne, Victoria.


Coburg Methodist Church 1933 - 1937
Coburg Methodist - now Fijian Church - photo taken 2010
Coburg Parsonage, Sydney Road, Coburg 2010 - now Kildonan Unitingcare















April 1937 - April 1942 Williamstwon & Newport, Melbourne, Victoria.

Williamstown Methodist Church - Cnr Electra Street & Pascoe Sts
Williamstown Parsonage, 34 Electra Street, Williamstown.






 
Rev L.S.Macdougall Melbourne State Library 14 February 1939


 April 1942 - April 1945 New Street & Were Street, Brighton, Melbourne, Victoria.


 Brighton Parsonage, 84 Outer Cres, Brighton 1942-1945 - now demolished

New Street, Brighton Church - now Brighton Grammar Chapel


April 1945 - October 1948 Supernumerary, Brighton, Melbourne, Victoria.

20 Comer Street, Brighton - retirement home
Rev Leslie S.Macdougall 1877 - 1949

8 February 1949 Rev L.S.Macdougall passed away at home.



A 10 GB Presentation on the life of Rev Leslie S.Macdougall has been compiled - far too big for a blog!  The presentation includes every diary from 1895 - 1948.  The diaries include cash reconciliations of his family finances, letters written and received until 1904, charts, newspaper clippings and photographs (over 15,000 pages).

Included in the 10GB Presentation is an extensive summary of his activities year by year (48 pages), family photographs (23 pages), family trees (6 pages), Epilogue (3 pages), Biography of his life (5 pages), love letters (81 pages), Baptismal Register (54 pages), Ledger of Preaching Appointments (220 pages). Also included are the diaries of his wife Beatrice from 1953 - 1978 (1200 pages), family photos (28 pages), summary of diaries (19 pages).

A 16 GB USB is available should you wish to have your very own copy of this presentation. This is a precious part of history and gives great insights into life as a Methodist Minister in Tasmania and Victoria.  Contact Joy by email joybelle@iinet.net.au



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