John Langstone

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John Arthur William Langstone was a Canadian Anglican bishop in the second half of the 20th century.[1]

Born in Winnipeg on 30 August 1913 he was educated at the University of Toronto and ordained in 1938.[2] He was a Curate at St John Baptist, Toronto and then a Chaplain in the Canadian Army[3] He held incumbencies at Port Credit, Ontario, St George’s, Edmonton and St Faith’s, in the same city. He was a Canon at All Saints Cathedral, Edmonton from 1963 and Archdeacon of Edmonton until his elevation to the Episcopate as its Diocesan Bishop in 1976. He retired in 1979 and died on 26 February 1994


Religious titles
Preceded by
William Gerald Burch
Bishop of Edmonton, Canada
1976– 1979
Succeeded by
Edwin Kent Clarke