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Curror, Bill and Stella

  • Family
  • 1897-1988

Stella Curror (nee MacDougall) was born in Battleford, NWT, in 1898 and died in Regina on Feb 4, 1988. She was predeceased by her husband, William L (Bill) Curror (1897-1973).

Ferguson, Helen

  • Person
  • 1892-[1981]

Helen Ross was born in 1892 in Burford, Ontario. She studied art at Moulton College in Toronto before her family moved to Wynyard, Saskatchewan in 1911. She was engaged to Dr. Robert George Ferguson from 1912 until their wedding on July 5, 1916. During their engagement she trained to be a nurse at the Winnipeg General Hospital but contracted scarlet fever, diphtheria, and pneumonia towards the end of her third year and had to discontinue her training (1912-1915). After their wedding, the pair resided at the Fort San Sanatorium. After his retirement, they moved to Balfour Apartments in Regina while still summering at a cottage on Echo Lake near Fort San. Helen is remembered as an artist and for her ability to remember names, accompanying her husband as he visiting patients in the sanatorium. Helen lived past her 89th year.

Ferguson, Robert George (Dr.)

  • Person
  • 1883-1964

Dr. Ferguson graduated from the Manitoba Medical School in 1916, while in medical school he interned under Dr. Steward a the Ninette Sanatorium. Dr. Ferguson was appointed Medical Superintendent of the Fort San Sanatorium in 1917 and retired from the League in 1948. During this time he resided at Fort San with his wife Helen and their 7 children.

Knox Metropolitan United Church (Regina)

  • Corporate body
  • 1912-

Built around 1912, Metropolitan Methodist Church became Metropolitan United Church in 1925 (part of the United Church of Canada). It was later re-named Knox-Metropolitan United Church, with the amalgamation of downtown Regina's Knox United Church and Metropolitan United Church.

Knox Presbyterian Church (Regina)

  • Corporate body
  • 1905?-1951

The congregation at Knox Presbyterian Church appears to date back to around 1882, building a church in 1885, at the corner of Scarth Street and 11th Avenue, and a later replacement in 1905. Knox joined the United Church of Canada in 1925. In 1951, Knox United Church amalgamated with Metropolitan United Church, to become Knox-Metropolitan United Church (and Pastoral Charge), located on the site of the former Metropolitan United Church, at the corner of Victoria Avenue and Lorne Street.

Regina Carmichael Pastoral Charge

  • SCAA-UCCS-0243
  • Corporate body
  • 1925–1995

Regina Carmichael Pastoral Charge was formed as a new United Church charge in 1925, containing the Carmichael United Church preaching point. The church had been originally formed (in 1925) by congregations at the former Wesley Methodist Church and Carmichael Presbyterian Church, named after a former Presbyterian Superintendent of Missions, Dr. James Carmichael. The charge closed June 30, 1995.

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