James Lucas (bishop)
He was born in Brighton and educated at Brighton, Hove and Sussex Grammar School and the CMS College, Islington before going to Canada in 1891. He was ordained in 1892 and served at Fort Chipewyan then Fort Simpson. In 1906 he became Archdeacon of Mackenzie River and six years later its bishop, serving for fourteen years. Later an Assistant Bishop in Saskatchewan (1926–1927), he was Warden of the Canadian Church Army from 1929 until 1934. At some point, he became a Doctor of Divinity (DD).
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Title last held byWilliam Reeve
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