In this new issue of the Héritage Sutton historical society, the spotlight is on the built heritage. Élizabeth Bouchard and Éric Boucher, the architects in charge of the conversion of the Olivet Church into the House of Generations, tell us how the choices they made respect the soul of the small stone church in the heart of the village of Sutton for more than 175 years. Mikaël Theimer goes back in time to meet the former occupants of the house at 59 Academy Street for which he and his wife fell in love at first sight. For her part, Anne Lipowski climbed into Pastor Reid’s carriage and rode along Pinnacle Road, greeting several of the families who lived along this road that links Sutton and Frelighsburgh. The fourth article, by Louise Harpin, recounts a sordid murder in Abercorn in 1915 that has been completely forgotten.
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