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Repository: Andover-Harvard Theological Library, Harvard Divinity School, Harvard University
Creator: Le Fevre, C. F. (Clement Fall), 1797-1882.
Title: Le Fevre, C. F. (Clement Fall), 1797-1882. Autobiography and sermons, 1844-1865.
Quantity: 2 Volumes
Abstract: Autobiography and sermons of Universalist minister, Clement Fall Le Fevre. The papers span 1844-1865.
Clement Fall Le Fevre (1797-1882) was born in England, and was ordained in the Anglican Church in 1821. He was married to Mary Clowes in 1822, and was assigned by the "Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts" to a parish in Sherbrooke, Canada in the province of Quebec, where he ministered for seven years. He resigned his pastorate there in 1829, and sailed to the United States, where he affiliated himself with the Universalist denomination. In 1830 he become pastor of the Universalist Church in Troy, New York. He also served as pastor to New York congregations in Hudson and Manhattan, and later in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
This collection consists of two volumes: Le Fevre's autobiography c. 1865, and a collection of his sermons (1844-1850).