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 Bond, William Bennett (1815-1906)
Born in Truro, England. At an erly age went to Newfoundland. Removed to Quebec, 1840- the same year admitted deacon, and ordained priest, 1841. For some time engaged as a travelling missionary; assistant to the rector of St. George's Chu...
Type : HAUT-CANADA Date: 19 jan 02 Pop : 1394 visites Taille: 5 Kb Image: Non
   
 Black, William (1760 - 1834)
Born in England. In 1775 came to Canada and became a Wesleyan Methodist preacher. Founded the Wesleyan Church in Nova Scotia, and became general superintendent of British American Wesleyan missions. Bib.: Cyc. Am. Biog; Maclean, WilliamB...
Type : HAUT-CANADA Date: 19 jan 02 Pop : 1392 visites Taille: 3 Kb Image: Non
   
 Begg, Alexander
Two historians of this name, or rather these names, have added to our knowledge of the Canadian West. The first was born in Scotland in 1825, came to Canada and engaged in journal- ism. In 1869 collector of customs at Fort Garry and accom...
Type : HAUT-CANADA Date: 19 jan 02 Pop : 1385 visites Taille: 3 Kb Image: Non
   
 Beaverbrook, Sir Max Aitken, Baron (1879- )
Born in Vaughan, Ontario. Engaged for some years in the promotion of large industrial organizations in Canada. Went to England and was elected to the Imperial Parliament for Ashton-under-Lyne, and became Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaste...
Type : HAUT-CANADA Date: 19 jan 02 Pop : 1367 visites Taille: 9 Kb Image: Non
   
 Brown George (1818 - 1880)
Born at Alloa Scotland. From his father he inherited his Liberalism and hatred for slavery. Came to America with his father in 1838, and was associated with him in journalism in New York. In 1843 removed to Toronto where he established the...
Type : HAUT-CANADA Date: 19 jan 02 Pop : 1365 visites Taille: 3 Kb Image: Non
   
 Bigot, Francois
Born at Bordeaux, January 30th, 1703; son of Louis-Amable Bigot. Through his influence at court, obtained several lucrative offices in New France, which he turned to his own personal advantage. Arrived at Louisbourg in 1739. After the cap...
Type : HAUT-CANADA Date: 19 jan 02 Pop : 1341 visites Taille: 3 Kb Image: Non
   
 Algie, Wallace Loyld
Lieutenant in the 20 C.E.F. Won the Victoria Cross by conspicuous bravery and self-sacrifice on the 11th of Oct 1918 near Cambrai, when with attacking troops which came under heavey enfilade machine gun fire from neighbouring village. ...
Type : HAUT-CANADA Date: 19 jan 02 Pop : 1329 visites Taille: 3 Kb Image: Non
   
 Baynes, Edward
Born in England. Served in the West Indies, at thc Cape, in the East Indies, and in Malta. From 1794 to 1806 aide-de-camp to Sir James Craig, and in 1807 adjutant-general of the forces in Canada. In the War of 1812 served on the Niagara fro...
Type : HAUT-CANADA Date: 19 jan 02 Pop : 1323 visites Taille: 4 Kb Image: Non
   
 Robinson, Peter (1785 - 1838 )
Brother of above Sir JB Robinson. Founded the town of Peterborough, which was named after him. Brought a large party of emigrants from Ireland, many of whom became pioneers in the infant town. He served under Sheaffe in the war of 1812 - 1...
Type : HAUT-CANADA Date: 19 jan 02 Pop : 1272 visites Taille: 5 Kb Image: Non
   
 Family Compact: Samuel Ridout (b. 1778; d. 1855)
Son of T. Ridout. Was sheriff of the Home District from 1815-1827 and registrar of deeds. He sat on the board of the British America Fire & Life Assurance Company and in 1824, 1827, 1829, 1834 and 1838 was a director of the Bank of U. C. ...
Type : HAUT-CANADA Date: 20 mai 2000 Pop : 1262 visites Taille: 2 Kb Image: Non

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