Dominick Blake

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Dominick Edward Blake (1806 – 29 June 1859) was born in Ireland, was a Church of England clergyman who, along with the rest of the family, emigrated to Upper Canada in 1832.

He had a successful career and was instrumental in formation of synod policies and procedures that defined the Church in Canada. He wrote at least one position that balanced a report by James Beaven. The quality of his ministry, and others like him, ensured the successful transfer of a European institution to Canada.

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