Fonds cma-2048 - Reverend Clement Hoyler fonds

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Reverend Clement Hoyler fonds

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cma cma-2048

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  • 1886-1984 (Creation)
    Hoyler, Clement

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29 cm of textual records.

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Reverend Clement Hoyler was sent by the Moravian Church in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania to the Edmonton area in 1896 to be the founding pastor of the Bruderheim and Bruderfeld congregations. Over the years, Hoyler was instrumental in the organization of several Moravian congregations. He kept detailed records of the spiritual and temporal life of his congregations along with environmental and phrenological records.

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The fonds consists of the records of Reverend Clement Hoyler, including diaries, correspondence and subject files relating to church and family matters.

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  • Some material is written in German.

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The Hoyler diaries have been translated and published by the Canadian Moravian Historical Society.<br><br>Record No. 88.1; 00.44<br><br>

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