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Memorable Manitobans: Walter Muckleston Loucks (1869-?)


Born at Williamsburg, Ontario on 24 February 1869, son of Canon Edwin Loucks and Harriet Margaret Muckleston, he was educated at Trinity College School (Port Hope, Ontario) and University of Trinity College (Toronto) and was ordained a Deacon on 28 June 1891. He was made a Priest by Bishop Sweatman of Toronto on 26 February 1893. He served as the Curate at St. John’s, Peterboro (1890-1893), Priest Vicar of Christ Church Cathedral, Ottawa (1893-1902), and Rector of St. Matthew’s, Ottawa (1902-1913) prior to being Rector of All Saints Winnipeg (1913-1925). He was later called to be Rector of Holy Trinity Church, Toronto. On 4 July 1894, he married Harriet Alice Pipe (?-?).


Pioneers and Prominent People of Manitoba, Winnipeg: Canadian Publicity Company, 1925.

This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.

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