Grover Livingstone (1887-1966) was a minister and sanatorium chaplain. He was born at Richibucto, New Brunswick and at the age of two, he became deaf in one ear and blind. While a student, he developed a system of Braille for writing the Hebrew alphabet. He was ordained in 1914 at Shediac. He married Elizabeth Grace Harper in 1919. His first two charges were at Shediac and at Grand' Mere. At the latter place, he developed tuberculosis and went to the Gravenhurst Sanatorium as a patient. Later, he was appointed Chaplain at that institution and served there for thirty-one years until his retirement in 1957.