The Rev. Frederick William Hollinrake, B.A., B.D., who organized and built the Delta Tabernacle in Hamilton, died on Saturday at his home in Toronto. He was 82.
Dr. Hollinrake was ordained in the ministry of the Methodist Church in Galt in 1896. In 1924 he resigned his ministry to do non-denominational work at the Delta Tabernacle. He retired in 1937 after a long career and moved to Toronto.
Born in Milton, he was educated at Milton Public School, Alberta College, Belleville, Victoria College, Cobourg and Toronto University. Besides Hamilton, Dr. Hollinrake held charges in Washington, Ont., Grimsby, Woodstock, Windsor and Owen Sound.
In 1896 he married Emma Mary Acheson, who predeceased him.
Surviving are two sons, Harold A. Hollinrake, of Toronto, and Dr. Allan F. Hollinrake, of Hamilton; two brothers, Harry and Charles, of Toronto; and two sisters, Miss Mary Hollinrake and Mrs. Gertrude Brick, of Vancouver.