Withrow, William H., 1839-1908

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Withrow, William H., 1839-1908

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1839-1908

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William Henry Withrow (1839-1908) was a Methodist minister. He attended Victoria College and the University of Toronto where he received his B.A. in 1863. He served pastorates in Waterford, Montreal, Hamilton, Toronto and Niagara. In 1874 he was appointed editor of the “Canadian Methodist Magazine” and Sunday School periodicals, a post he held for 34 years. Some of the works he authored include, “Catacombs of Rome,” “History of the Dominion of Canada,” “Religious progress in the nineteenth century” and “Makers of Methodism.”

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