St. Andrews Society
St. Andrew's Society was a society affiliated with the church in New Westminster, British Columbia. In a document to Governor Seymour, they congratulate him on his arrival into the colony of BC and describe him as the worthy representative of our beloved queen.1
The society was composed of Scotchmen and the descendants of Scotchmen. Its foundation was organized for the purpose of preserving sweet and sunny memories of the land. As well as to contribute as a benevolent society to the relief of our fellow countrymen when in distress.2 The society offered the colony their cooperation in the efforts to advance the interests of British Columbia and its citizens.3
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Seymour, Frederick

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British Columbia

New Westminster