Horden, John, 1828-1893

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Person

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Horden, John, 1828-1893

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Dates of existence

1828-1893

History

Bishop John Horden was born in 1828 in Exeter England. In 1851 he received a call to be a school master in Moose factory Ontario. in 1872 He was consecrated as Bishop of Moosonee. He died in 1892. Fluent in Cree, he published a prayer book, a hymnal and translations of the Gospel into the Cree Language. He was a mentor to Bishop Renison was the latter was a boy on lake Nipigon Ontario.

Places

Exeter, England
Moosonee, Ontario
Moose Factory, Ontario

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Functions, occupations and activities

School Teacher
Anglican Priest
Anglican Bishop
Cree Translator

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Church of England

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Authority record identifier

REN BRC 10

Institution identifier

Renison University College Archives

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ISAAR

Status

Draft

Level of detail

Partial

Dates of creation, revision and deletion

Created 10/15/2014

Language(s)

  • Cree

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  • EAC

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