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Alfred Crowfoot

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The Very Reverend Alfred Henchman Crowfoot MA, DD (1881–1962) was Dean of Quebec from 1927 to 1947.[1]

Photograph of the Alfred Henchman Crowfoot Memorial Stone, Cathedral of the Holy Trinity, Quebec City, Quebec, Canada
The Very Reverend A. H. Crowfoot Memorial Stone

Crowfoot was born in Beccles on 14 September 1881, the son of William Miller Crowfoot MB, FRCS and Catherine Anne Bayly.[2] He was educated at Emmanuel College, Cambridge.[3] He was ordained after a period of study at Wells Theological College in 1905. After a curacy in Wigan he held three incumbencies in New Brunswick: at Grand Falls, Hampton and Saint John. He was Archdeacon of Saint John from 1916 to 1927.

He married Margaret Jessie Walker, the daughter of the Rev. Millidge P. Walker and his wife, Jessie Inches, on 30 June 1914.[2] Through her mother, Margaret was a member of the Smalls of Dirnanean. The couple had a son and a daughter.

A scholarly man, in 1947 Crowfoot wrote a guide to the Quebec cathedral, entitled The Cathedral of the Holy Trinity, Quebec: A Perambulation. In 1957, a biography Crowfoot wrote, entitled Benjamin Cronyn: First Bishop of Huron, was published by The Incorporated Synod of the Diocese of Huron.[4]

He died on 21 November 1962.[5]

Crowfoot was a first cousin to John Winter Crowfoot CBE,[6] the father of the Nobel Prize winning chemist, Dorothy Hodgkin.


  1. ^ M. E. Resiner, Strangers and Pilgrims: A History of the Anglican Diocese of Quebec, 1793-1993 (1995, Anglican Book Centre) ISBN 1-55126-142-1
  2. ^ a b Prominent People of the Maritime Provinces. Maritime Provinces, Canada: Canadian Publicity Company. 1922. p. 46.
  3. ^ Alumni Cantabrigienses: A Biographical List of All Known Students, Graduates and Holders of Office at the University of Cambridge, from the Earliest Times to 1900 Part II. 1752–1900: *Vol. i. Abbey – Challis, p192, 1940. Online version at the Internet Archive
  4. ^ Alfred Henchman Crowfoot (1957). Benjamin Cronyn: First Bishop of Huron. Canada: Published by The Incorporated Synod of the Diocese of Huron. Retrieved 30 June 2018.
  5. ^ Ottawa Journal ps dated Thursday, November 22, 1962
  6. ^ Joseph Jackson Howard (1893). Visitation of England and Wales, Volume 1. England. p. 26. Retrieved 30 June 2018.

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