Fonds F3168 - William George Wallace fonds

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William George Wallace fonds

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CA ON00340 F3168

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  • 1872-1949 (Creation)
    Wallace, William George, 1858-1949

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27 cm of textual records

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William George Wallace (1858-1949) was a Presbyterian minister and administrator. He was born in Galt, Ontario and studied at the University of Toronto and Knox College. He was ordained into the Presbyterian Church in 1883, and served churches in Ontario, including Bloor St. Presbyterian Church, Toronto, which he served as its first minister, from 1888 until his retirement in 1918. He also served on the Senate and the Board of Examiners of Knox College, and as the Secretary of the Church and Manse Board of the Presbyterian Church in Canada. He was married to Margaret and had two children W. Stewart Wallace and Mrs. F.G. Maxwell-Williams.

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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 a personal marriage register, 1919-1947; diaries and travel journals, 1872-1949; travel articles; correspondence, 1925-1948; and M. Wallace’s certificates, 1879-1895.

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