Reynar, Alfred Henry. (Quebec City, 1840--September 26, 1921, Toronto, Ontario). Methodist. Victoria University (then located at Cobourg, Ont.), B.A., 1862; M.A., 1869. Except for one pastorate at Shefford, Ont., 1864-1865, he taught English and modern languages at Victoria from his graduation until his retirement in 1909 (by which time the college had relocated in Toronto), thus influencing two generations of Canada's leading Methodists. In 1871 he married the daughter of William Morley Punshon. He served on the compilation committee for, and contributed translations to, the Methodist Hymn Book of 1917.
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