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Memorable Manitobans: William Cecil de Pauley (1893-?)

Clergyman, professor.

Born at Portrush, County Antrim, Ireland, 1893. Son of Mr. and Mrs. W. de Pauley, Parkmount, Portadown, Ireland. Married, Sara Winifred Johnson, late Scholar and Moderator in Classics (B.A.) Trinity College, Dublin; daughter of Archdeacon Johnson, County Longford, Ireland. Canon de Pauley was educated at Coleraine Academy and Trinity College, Dublin, was Senior Moderator and Gold Medallist in Mental and Moral Philosophy; Auditor of College Theological Society. Editor of “T.C.D.” Bp. Forester and Downes. Prizeman, M.A.B.D. Was Ordained in St. Canice’s Cathedral, Kilkenny, 1917. Formerly Curate of Enniscorthy, Wexford, 1917, and Booterstown, Dublin, 1919. Professor of Systematic Theology and Lecturer in Philosophy, St. John’s College; Canon of St. John’s Cathedral, Winnipeg, 1920. Address, 2 O’Meara Street, St. John’s, Winnipeg.

Sources:

Pioneers and Prominent People of Manitoba, Winnipeg: Canadian Publicity Company, 1925.

Page revised: 9 April 2009

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