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St. Paul’s Mission

Today’s photo is marked “St. Paul’s Mission, Windsor” and dated January 21, 1925.

I can’t find much on this church. There is no listing in the 1924 directory for a St. Paul’s.

Locally there is a Catholic St. Paul’s in LaSalle, on Pillette a St. Paul’s United and in Essex a St. Paul’s Anglican.

I suspect that the Pillette location is most likely. As I know the church began life as a mission of All Saints. However their website indicates it wasn’t known as St. Paul’s until 1929.

Anyone out there a member of any of these churches?
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