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Memorable Manitobans: Teresa Moloney (1899-1983)


Born near Peterborough, Ontario on 10 October 1899, daughter of Bridget and Thomas Moloney, she taught school in Ontario before coming to Manitoba where she served successively as the Principal of Cloverdale School (1938-1939), Stuartburn School (1940-1941), Albion School (1941-1942), Angus School (1942-1944), Minitonas School (1944-1945), Elphinstone School (1947-1950), LaRiviere School (1950-1951), Wingham School (1951-1953), Erickson School (1953-1956), Winnipegosis School (1956-1957), Gladstone School (1957-1959), and Fisher Branch School (1959-1967). She died unmarried at her Winnipeg home, 400 Assiniboine Avenue, in February 1983 and was buried in St. Peter’s Cemetery at Peterborough.


Annual Reports of the Manitoba Department of Education, Manitoba Legislative Library.

Obituary, Winnipeg Free Press, 18 June 1991, page 29.

This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 14 October 2013

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