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MEN OF CANADA.   325

GEORGE HENRY HENDERSON, L.D.S.,

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Elora, Out., was born in April, 1566, at Hollin, 11laryborough township, 'Tellingtoii County. He is the son of the late George Henderson, of Edinburgh, Scotland, and Harriet Lauderkin, of this country. He was educated at the Harriston High School. In the year 1888 lie began the study of dentistry in the office of Dr. J. G. Adams, Toronto, and also attended the Royal College of Dental Surgeons of Ontario, graduating in the spring of 1891. He then located in the town of Elora, where lie opened an office and began to practice on his own ac-count, and has already laid the foundation of a desirable and important connection. Mr. Henderson is in religion a Methodist, and is Sunday School Superintendent and president of the Epworth League. He is a member of the Sons of Scotland, and also of the Royal Templars of Temperance. In politics he is a member of the Liberal party, and takes an active part during election campaigns. If a thorough knowledge of leis profession and a strict attention to

his clients mean anything, he may expect   E~ • ROBT. GORDON SUTHERLAND,

a large and profitable practice.   1LA., B.A., Canon of Christ Church

Cathedral, Hamilton, Ont., was born August 27th, 1845, at Aberdeen, Scotland. He came to Canada in 1866. He was educated at King Edward's School, Birmingham, Trinit}-College, Cambridge, and graduated at Trinity College, Toronto. In 1875 lie received the degree 13. A. and in 1878 that of \L A. He was ordained deacon at St. Stephen's Church, Toronto, in 187o, and priest at All Saints, Whitby, in 1871, by the Right Rev. A. Al. Bethune, Bishop of Toronto. He was appointed to Pickering from 1870 to 1873, was curate of Christ Church and All Saints Church, Hamilton, from 1873 to 1876, and rector of St. Mark's Church, Hamilton, in 1877. He was then appointed Canon of Christ Church Cathedral. Canon Sutherland has at different times held mission services in many places of the Province of Ontario. He was elected delegate to the Provincial Synod in 1886, and every year since to date. On November 24, iS69, he was married at Bruce Mines by the Rev. James Chance, to Miss Jane Bennetts, of St. Austell, Cornwall, Eng.

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