Sigismund Woolley Sigismund Woolley i(A45162 works by) (birth name: Edward Sygisymund Cornely Woolley) (a.k.a. Edward Sigismund Cornely Woolley; E. S. C. Woolley)
Born: Established: 1881 Hobart, Southeast Tasmania, Tasmania, ; Died: Ceased: 1933
Gender: Male
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After working from 1903-1909 as a teacher in the Channel area and the upper Derwent Valley, Sigismund Woolley studied for the Anglican ministry. He obtained a Licentiate of Theology in 1910, was ordained and served in parishes in the Cental Highlands, Hobart and Deloraine. During this time he published several pamphlets on ecclesiatical issues.

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