Fonds F3248 - Thomas Albert Moore fonds

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Thomas Albert Moore fonds

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CA ON00340 F3248

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  • 1906-1934 (Creation)
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    Moore, Thomas Albert, 1860-1940

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7 cm of textual records

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(1860-1940)

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Thomas Albert Moore (1860-1940) was a Methodist/United Church minister and administrator and Moderator of the United Church of Canada. He was born in Acton, Ontario. He studied at McGill University and Wesleyan College, Montreal, was ordained in 1884, and served Methodist circuits in Ontario. He was Secretary of the Lord's Day Alliance of Ontario, 1903-1906; Secretary of the Methodist General Conference, 1906-1925; Secretary of the Methodist Board of Temperance and Moral Reform/Evangelism and Social Service, 1910-1925; Secretary of the General Council of the United Church, 1925-1936; and Moderator of the United Church, 1932-1934. He also served in several other positions, including committees relating to church union (1925).

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This material forms part of the General Council program of the United Church of Canada Archive.

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Fonds consists of correspondence (including official letters, 1906-1933) and addresses (including Moderator's records, 1933-1934, n.d.)

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Open

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See also records of Moderators in Fonds 499.

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1986.257C

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