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Memorable Manitobans: Humphrey Scott Ram (1885-?)

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Born in London, England, 13 March 1885. Son of Stephen Adye Ram and Susan Amelia Scott. Educated in England and at St. John’s College. Came to Canada in 1903, lived with his brother, A. S. Ram of Ninga, Manitoba. Entered St. John’s College, 1905; graduated in Arts (B.A.), 1909. Deacon, 1910; priested in 1911. Rector of Melita, Manitoba, 1910-13. Assistant priest, St. Pancras Church, London, England, 1913-14; 1918-21. Served as temporary chaplain to the Forces, 4th Class, Imperial Army, 1914-19; 22nd Division, in training and in France, 1915. British Salonica Force, 1915-18. Army of occupation, Constantinople, 1918. In 1925 he was rector of St. Michael’s and All Angels’ Church, Winnipeg. Address, 638 Warsaw Avenue, Winnipeg.

Sources:

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

Page revised: 5 December 2008

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