William Lauder (priest)

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William Bernard Lauder was an Anglican Dean in the Nineteenth century.

Lauder was educated at Trinity College, Dublin and later emigrated to Canada. He was the incumbent at Kingston, Ontario[1] then Dean of Ontario from 1862[2] to 1864.[3] In that year he returned to Ireland when he became Dean of Leighlin,[4] a post he held until his death on February 5, 1868.[5]


  1. ^ Toronto Public Libraries
  2. ^ “Multiple News Items” The Standard (London, England), Saturday, May 17, 1862; pg. 5; Issue 11782
  3. ^ Cathedral Web site
  4. ^ “Ecclesiastical . The Established Church” The Belfast News-Letter (Belfast, Ireland), Wednesday, September 21, 1864; Issue 32888
  5. ^ " Fasti Ecclesiae Hibernicae" Cotton,H: Dublin, Hodges & Smith, 1868