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The Reverend John Langhorn, 1744-1817

The Reverend John Langhorn, 1744-1817

Photo by Alan L Brown - Posted December, 2010

The Reverend John Langhorn, 1744-1817

Photo from Google Street View ©2014 Google - Posted January, 2014

Plaque Location

The County of Lennox & Addington
The Township of Loyalist
In Bath, in front of a church on the northeast corner of
Church Street (Road 7) and Academy Street
2 blocks north of Main Street (Highway 33)


Coordinates: N 44 11.083 W 76 46.620

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Plaque Text

Born in Wales, Langhorn was appointed missionary to Ernesttown and Fredericksburgh townships in 1787. He thus became the first resident Anglican clergyman in the Bay of Quinte region, and the second in what is now Ontario. Although of somewhat eccentric character, he proved to be a tireless supporter of his faith during the twenty-six years he served in this area. He was largely responsible for the erection of St. Paul's Church at Sandhurst in 1791, St. Warburg's in Fredericksburgh in 1792 and the second St. John's at Bath in 1793-95. The hardships he endured undermined his health and Langhorn returned to England in 1813.

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