Slack, George (1810-1874)

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Slack, George (1810-1874)

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1810-1874

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George Slack was born in London, England in 1810. He came to Canada in 1836. He was ordained as an Anglican priest in 1843 and appointed to a mission in Granby, Québec. Slack took a prominent part in founding of Bishop's University. In 1872 he was badly injured in a railway accident. He died in Montréal in 1874.
Source: Excerpted from text and photograph which came with the painting.

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