Fonds F2001 - Edgar William Pickford fonds

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Edgar William Pickford fonds


  • 1889-1909 (Creation)

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7 cm of textual records

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Edgar William Pickford, Anglican clergyman, was born in 1866. He entered Trinity College, Toronto, in 1889 and completed the divinity course. Pickford was ordained deacon in 1892 and priest in 1893 and became rector at Brighton, Ontario. In 1910 he obtained a BA from Trinity College. He died in June 1926.

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The fonds consists of a notebook, with the title "Notes on the 39 Articles of the Church of England, the Provost" (the provost was C. W. E. Body); a sermon, "Pastoral Theology"; and a letter from A. H. Young, registrar of Trinity College, to Pickford acknowledging Pickford's intention to write the primary examination.

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  • English



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