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Nock, Frank F., 1916-1989

Bishop Frank Nock

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Start Date: 
1975
End Date: 
1983
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[between 1975 and 1983]
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0.3 cm of graphic material.

1 photograph : b&w ; 12.5 x 18 cm

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aua
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008
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001
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Nock, Rt. Rev. Frank Foley

Description
Start Date: 
1974
End Date: 
1989
Date Range: 
1974 and 1989
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0.3 cm of textual records.

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aua
File No: 
007
Container Number: 
007
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Algoma Anglican articles

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Start Date: 
1974
End Date: 
1983
Date Range: 
1974-1983
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2 cm of textual records

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aua
File No: 
001
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2010-215-001
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001
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Bishop Frank F. Nock fonds

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Start Date: 
1895
End Date: 
1989
Date Range: 
1895-1989; predominant 1960-1983
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Anglican Church of Canada. Diocese of Algoma. Bishop (1975-1983 : Nock)

Nock, Frank F., 1916-1989

Physical Description: 

.21 m of textual records

29 photographs : b&w and col.

1 stamp

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Fonds is arranged in four series.
History Biographical: 

Born in Toronto, Ontario, Frank Foley Nock (1916-1989) was an Anglican priest and served as the Seventh Bishop of the Diocese of Algoma (1975-1983). He obtained his B.A.(1938), B.D (1946), and D.D. (1957) from the University of Trinity College, Toronto and his S. T. D. [Doctor of Sacred Theology] (1980) from Thorneloe University (Sudbury, Ontario). Nock was ordained deacon in 1940 and priest in 1941.

His career over four decades: Assistant Curate, St. Matthew's Church, Toronto (1940-1942); Rector of Korah, Buckley and Tarentorous (1952-1945); Rector of St. Thomas' Church, Bracebridge (1945-1948); Rector, Church of the Epiphany, Sudbury (1948-1957); Rector, St. Luke's Cathedral, Sault Ste. Marie (1957-1974); Seventh Bishop of Algoma (1975-1983); and Incumbent of Church of St. John the Divine, Arva (1983-1986).

Nock also served as Chancellor of Thorneloe University, as a Director of the Sault Ste. Marie and District Group Health Association, on the Board of Directors of Community Concerts Association in Sudbury and Sault Ste. Marie, and as Secretary of the Canadian House of Bishops. He was known for his interests in sports and music, for his humour and zest for life, and for his pastoral qualities as priest and bishop. Bishop Nock was laid to rest in London, Ontario in August 1989.

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"An historic occasion in the life of the Diocese of Algoma", The Algoma Anglican 19, no. 3 (1975): 1. Algoma University Archives, 2013-086_001_010_014.

Scope Content: 

Fonds is comprised of records, primarily textual and photographic, relating Nock's career as Bishop of Algoma. Documents include records of his consecration and enthronement as bishop; sermons and addresses given by Nock as bishop; the records relating to Nock's funeral; appointment calendars; newspaper clippings, photographs of Nock, his wife Elizabeth, and other clergy, and other materials.

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aua
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Fonds is arranged in four series:

  • Sermons and addresses series
  • Appointment calendars series
  • Bishop's files series
  • Multi-media series
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May be restrictions on access and use based on the terms of the Deposit Agreement and the Anglican Church of Canada's policy on Privacy and Archives. Subject to established university policies and to applicable privacy legislation.

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May be restrictions on access and use based on the terms of the Deposit Agreement and the Anglican Church of Canada's policy on Privacy and Archives. Subject to established university policies and to applicable privacy legislation.

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Basic conservation performed on fonds.

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