Joseph-Thomas Duhamel

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His Excellency
Joseph-Thomas Duhamel
Archbishop of Ottawa
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Joseph-Thomas Duhamel, Feb 1895
Church Roman Catholic
Archdiocese Ottawa
Installed 1874
Term ended 1909
Predecessor Joseph-Bruno Guigues
Successor Charles-Hughes Gauthier
Personal details
Born (1841-11-06)6 November 1841
Contrecœur, Lower Canada
Died 5 June 1909(1909-06-05) (aged 67)
Casselman, Ontario

Joseph-Thomas Duhamel (6 November 1841 – 5 June 1909) was a Canadian Roman Catholic priest and Archbishop of Ottawa.

Bishop Duhamel of Ottawa

Born in Contrecœur, Lower Canada, he was educated at St. Joseph's College, Ottawa, and ordained in 1863. He became Bishop of Ottawa in 1874 and Archbishop of Ottawa in 1886. In 1887, he became metropolitan of the ecclesiastical province of Ottawa. He was chancellor of the University of Ottawa.


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Academic offices
Preceded by
New position
Chancellor of the University of Ottawa
Succeeded by
Charles-Hugues Gauthier