Collection 125/1 - Papers of Rev. Henry Holliday

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AU AU-MTC 125/1


Papers of Rev. Henry Holliday


  • 1880-1927 (Creation)

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Loose papers in 1 manila folder

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Henry Holliday was born in Sydney, studied at Moore College and was ordained in Bathurst in 1880. He worked in Condobolin and O'Connell before returning to Sydney and serving at St Barnabas Broadway, St Bartholomew Pyrmont, St Stephen's Penrith and Christ Church Bexley/St David's Arncliffe from 1910-1921. From 1911-1924 he was the Rural Dean of South Sydney. He was also a temperance advocate and a member of the Loyal Orange Association.

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Donated by H.R. Holliday and S.M. Beaumont

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Personal papers. Includes Certificates of Ordination, priests licenses, correspondence and photographs

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  • Box: Moore College box 172
  • Shelf: H 14