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Albany Parish, Diocese of Moosonee fonds
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- Source of title proper: Title based on the contents of the fonds.
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15 Sept. 1969 (Reproduction)
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1 microfilm reel.
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Archival description area
The fonds were made available for microfilming by the Archives of Ontario by Bishop A.J. Watton in Schumacher, Ontario and a copy of the microfilm was purchased by the Trent University Archives from the Archives of Ontario.
Scope and content
The fonds consists of registers of baptisms, marriages and burials of Albany Parish in the Diocese of Moosonee from 1859 to 1966.
Immediate source of acquisition
The microfilm was purchased from the Archives of Ontario.
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Location of originals
The originals are located in the Diocese of Moosonee.
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For related records see: 74-014 and 74-015.
Biography / History
The Church of England (Anglican Church) established the Diocese of Moosonee on December 15, 1872. Right Reverend John Horden was appointed the first Bishop of the diocese on the same date. Albany Parish is located north of Moose Factory on James Bay. Reverend Thomas Vincent, ordained in 1860, was sent to Albany, from Moose Factory, shortly after his ordination, and he was the first Anglican priest to settle in the area. In 1883, he was made Archdeacon of Moosonee in recognition of his faithfulness and experience. Archdeacon Vincent retired in 1899 and died in 1907.
Microfilm. Set 11.