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It was regarded by him as a tribute and memorial of his predecessor, Archbishop Robert Machray. Archbishop Machray, who succeeded Bishop David Anderson in 1865, is regarded by many local Anglicans as having given unsparingly of his time and talents to St. John’s and the Diocese of Rupert’s Land for almost forty years.
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Robert Machray . 1831-1904. Anglican primate of Canada. Born in Scotland, he was educated at the universities of Aberdeen and Cambridge, and after Anglican ordination and three years of travel returned to Sidney Sussex, Cambridge, as a dean, to which was added four years later the vicarage of Madingley (1862). In 1865 he was consecrated as the.
by robert machray author of "grace o’malley," "the vision splendid," "a blow over the heart," etc. toronto the macmillan co. of canada, ltd. 1910. printed by william clowes and sons, limited, london and beccles.
His uncle, Robert Machray (1831–1904), of whom he published (1909) a biography, was Archbishop of Rupert’s Land, and Primate of Canada. Under his patronage, the younger Machray became a professor of ecclesiastical history at St John’s College, Manitoba, and a canon of Winnipeg Cathedral. However, he resigned to become a writer.
Life of Robert Machray, Archbishop of Rupert’s Land. By His Nephew, Robert Machray. Toronto: Macmillan, 1909. Preface "IN the Providence of God I have been present at the birth of a new people," said Archbishop Machray when addressing in London a meeting of the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel. The words were spoken in 1888, and he did.
Robert Machray (May 17, 1831 – March 9, 1904) was an Anglican bishop and missionary and the first Primate of the Church of England in Canada (now called the Anglican Church of Canada).