REV. THOMAS EDWIN BARTLEY,
Davisville, North Toronto, was born at
May, County Tyrone, Ireland, May 16th, 186o. He was educated in the National schools of Ireland. He came to Toronto in 1882, and was appointed to a circuit in connection with the Methodist Church in Dalston, Barrie district, and subsequently spent two years at Pickering. In 1885 he entered the Montreal Wesleyan Theological College and the University of McGill. On the completion of his studies, he was ordained in 1887 by the Toronto Conference, and appointed over the congregation of Dover-court, Toronto, where he remained three years, his labours having been highly successful in building up the church and increasing the membership. At the close of his term of service at Dovercourt, he was invited to Davisville, North Toronto. where he ministers to an important and growing charge. Mr. Bartley was married on the 29th of November, 1887, to Josephine, (laughter of Thomas McBrien, Whitby. From present indications, he is destined to occupy the foremost positions in the gift of the church he serves so well.