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MEN OF CANA L)A.

REV. WM. ED. GRAHAME,
Oakville, Ont., youngest son of
ctlle late John Grahame, of H.11.
Customs, Seaham, Durham, Eng., «as
born June 20th, 1841, at East Hartle-
pool, Eng. His early education was
received from tutors in England. After
coming to Canada he followed the teach-
ing profession in the Barrie High
School and NVeston. On leaving the
latter place he matriculated in Trinity
College, where he took a theological
course only, on account of ill-health.
Mr. Grahame was first appointed to
the church in the townships of Erin
and Garafraxa, Wellington County,

and afterwards to the church at Harriston, Clifford and Drew. He was appointed rector at Thorold June 1st, iSSo, and resigned December, idd6, his health having failed, and he is now oil sick leave at Oakville. He was a member of the Committee of Disciples of the Clergy, but the fiersouncl of this cominittee has been entirely changed by the present bishop, Rev. Dr. Hamilton, only the clergy in active work now being eligible for the position. Mr. Graliame was married February 19th, 1878, to Henrietta Burgess, second daughter of Rev. Dr. Caswell, of Salisbury Cathedral, England.

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