Fraser River Deanery

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Fraser River Deanery

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1929-1970

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Two deaneries were formed at the inaugural Synod of the Diocese in 1914: the Rural Deanery of Kamloops and the Rural Deanery of Quesnel. These were reorganized and renamed by 1929; Quesnel became the Rural Deanery of Cariboo North. In 1934 the rural deaneries were replaced by archdeaconries; Cariboo North became the Archdeaconry of Prince George. By 1939 the rural deaneries were revived; the Fraser River Deanery was formed from the Archdeaconry of Prince George. In 1975 the two rural deaneries were replaced by three regions: Cariboo, South Rivers and Kamloops.

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A-216

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