Charles Revell Eardley-Wilmot

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Charles Revell Eardley-Wilmot

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  • Reverend Canon Charles R. Eardley-Wilmot

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1880-1963

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Charles Revell Eardley-Wilmot was born January 24, 1880 at Windrush, Gloucestershire, England, to parents Earnest Augustus Eardley-Wilmot (Prebendary of Saint Judes, South Kensington) and Emily Dora Holland. He was ordained as a Priest in 1904, came to Quebec in 1908, and to Sherbrooke in 1909. Throughout his distinguished clerical career he served in Stanstead, Quebec City, Shigawake, Hatley, Compton, Coaticook, and Levis, to name a few, and filled a variety of clerical positions, including Assistant Chaplain, Chaplain, Assistant to Canon, Canon, Incumbent, Curate, Rector, Rural Dean, Assistant Clerical Secretary, Clerical Secretary, Editor of the Quebec Diocesan Gazette, and Vice President of the Diocesan Board of Religious Education. On April 21, 1914, he married Rose Meredyth Bowen, and they had four children: Barbara Rose (1915-2002), Cecilia Torlesse (1917-1999), Robert Lloyd (1921-2011), and Sylvia Revell (b. 1926). He retired in 1942, and died October 14, 1963 at the Wales Home in Richmond, QC.

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