Fonds F3715 - R.B. Ledingham Fonds

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R.B. Ledingham Fonds

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CA ON00340 F3715

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  • 1905-1916 (Creation)
    R.B. Ledingham

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2 cm of textual material

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(d. 1935)

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Rev. R.B. Ledingham (d. 1935) was a Presbyterian minister. He was born in Ontario and was native to the County of Grey. In his early years he attended a high school in Owen Sound and later taught school. To further his education he went out west to attend Manitoba College where he graduated with an arts degree in 1902. Later he returned to Ontario and studied Theology at Knox College, Toronto. His first call to serve was in Waldemar, Ontario, and he subsequently served at various charges out west in Manitoba and Saskatchewan. After serving out west he went to Glasgow Scotland in 1909 to study at the United Free Church College. After his studies he returned to Canada and continued to serve in charges out west. In 1922 he was called back to Ontario to the congregations of Esson and Willis, and three years later served at Harriston. From 1931, and presumably until his death, Rev. Ledingham served at Weston Presbyterian Church. He was married and had three sons and three daughters.

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Fonds consists of R.B. Ledingham’s marriage register 1905-1916.

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      AZ Feb. 2019

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