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MEN OF CANADA.   23

CHARLES V. SNELGROVE, L.D.S., prac-

ticing Dental Surgeon, Toronto, Ont., was

born on the 14th of February, 1859, at Ingersoll, County of Oxford, Out. He is a son of Abram Snelgrove, contractor, of the same place. He was married on the 27th of October, 1887, to Isabella Sinclair, daughter of John Sinclair, merchant, Toronto. Mr. Snelgrove was educated in the public schools of Ingersoll, and in 1877 entered the office of Mr. Charles Kennedy, Ingersoll, where he began the study of dental surgery. In 1881 he entered the Royal College of Dental Surgeons of Ontario, where he completed his course and graduated in 1884. He has given several clinics at the meetings of the Ontario Dental Society, and takes an active part in the affairs of the conventions held in Ontario and elsewhere. Mr. Snelgrove is very highly esteemed by his fellow dentists, and is one of Toronto's enterprising young men in the highest sense of the word. He is at present vice-president of the Ontario Dental Society and a member of Knox Presbyterian Church. He has a growing practice and enjoys the confidence of a large circle of friends.

REV. CHARLES LEYCESTER INGLES,

M.A., was born at Drummondville,

Out., April loth, 1856. His father was the late Rev. Charles L. Ingles, M.A., of Stamford, and his mother, a daughter of General John Muncey, of the British army. Mr. Ingles is the fifth generation of Church of England clergymen, dating back beyond the Head Master-ship of Rugby, which was held by his great grandfather. He was educated at Trinity College School at Port Hope, and Trinity University, Toronto, graduating with honors in 1877. In 1885 he received the degree of M.A., and on the 21St of September, 1879, was ordained deacon and appointed to St. Mark's, Parkdale. On the 26th of the September, 188o, he was ordained to the priesthood of the Anglican Church in Canada, and has been pastor of St. Mark's ever

The parish having become too large, in

1887 another parish was formed as the parish of the Church of the Epiphany. Mr. Ingles is a member of the United Workmen. He was mar

ried on the 6th of June, 1882, to Frances Helen, adopted daughter of James Young, of Toronto.

CHARLES V. SNELGROVE. L.D.S.

REV. C. LEYCESTER INGLES.

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