It has been said, also, that Dr. caner died in London in 1792.
Dr. caner died in England at the close of the year 1792 in his ninety-third year.
The erection of this building in 1749 is largely due to the efforts of Dr. caner, who was then rector.
Dr. caner's house stood close to King's chapel on the north side of the old burying-ground, and was a rough wooden structure.
“Did you ever see Dr. caner,” I inquired, as we ascended into the body of the church.
When Dr. caner pronounced his final amen, light was instantly turned into darkness—a slight noise ensued—“the service is over!”