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Charles Stewart (bishop)

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Charles James Stewart
Bishop of Quebec
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ChurchAnglican Church of Canada
PredecessorJacob Mountain
SuccessorGeorge Jehoshaphat Mountain
Personal details
Born13 or 16 April 1775
London, England
Died13 July 1837
London, England

Charles James Stewart (13 or 16 April 1775 – 13 July 1837) was an English Church of England, clergyman, bishop, and politician. He was the second Bishop of Quebec from 1826 to 1837, and in connection with this was appointed to the Legislative Council of Lower Canada.

Born in London, England, the third surviving son of John Stewart, 7th Earl of Galloway, and his second wife, Anne Dashwood, Stewart was a member of Corpus Christi College, Oxford when he graduated Bachelor of Arts in 1795 and a fellow of All Souls College, Oxford when this matured to an M.A. in 1799. He was ordained to the Anglican ministry in the diaconate in December 1798 and to the priesthood in May 1799. From 1799 to 1826, he was Rector of Orton Longueville in Cambridgeshire. In 1807, he arrived in Lower Canada as a missionary, settling in Montreal. He soon moved to Saint-Armand and helped to build Trinity Church, Frelighsburg, the first regular place of Anglican worship in the Eastern Townships. In 1826, he was appointed Bishop of Quebec. He died in London in 1837, and is buried there in Kensal Green Cemetery.[1]

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  1. ^ Paths of Glory. Friends of Kensal Green Cemetery. 1997. p. 95.


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