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1892, died William Garnet Humble.
He open his practice in Keewatin in 1897 Before long he opened a hospital.
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Robert Sutherland McKenzie, was the youngest of six children, five sons and one daughter.
Henry Hanson and Catherine "Jane" Moore was born in London, Ontario and attended the local med school.Known as Music Hall, If ever Rat thomas mühlöcker pokerstars Portage erects a statue to the memory of the man who fostered and fed amateur dramatic art, that emblem in reticent store must represent.He farmed in Ontario from 1871 to sometime between 18 when he moved to Manitoba in 1878, and worked as a contractor at Brandon.On May 25, 1916, the men of "C" an "D" Companies from Kenora and Fort Frances were moved to the Lakehead and on June 9, 1916, the Battalion left for Valcartier, Quebec for "Summer Camp" as it was called. In that election, Mayor Algernon.He was a strong Presbyterian and subsequent an Elder in the United Church.Early Settlers of Rat Portage Summer Project 1981-82 Volume 1 Page 63 Captain Frederick Thomas "F.T." Hooper Captain Frederick Thomas Hooper, born in England, came west from Peterborough in 1873 to Fort Frances.In 1908 he ran in the newly created Electoral District of Kenora in efeating Liberal Andrew.
He then received a proposition to become a partner in a store at Rat Portage, after which the partners conducted both business enterprises, one at Norman and the one at Rat Portage.
Rthur "Lorne" Woods.
They had one child Mary Elizabeth Langford born Apr 12 1897 in Rat Portage He was choir leader of the Zion Church choir.
The Upper portion of Rainy River on the Canadian side, from the Big Forks to Fort Frances was sparsely settled.
There he met Harold Machin, the youngest son of the Reverend Charles Machin, a missionary living in Canada.In the winter he traveled by dog sled.In fact many of the wives and relatives of the men refused to go to the train, the parting scenes being held in the sanctity of their own homes.They were fined 20 each.Preston, Thomas Ratchford, David Ross 1887 Charles Anderson, Charles Caucutt, Joseph Harper, James Lang, William McKreith, Harry Webster 1888 Robert Wiggins 1889 James Fraser,.Allan Scott Macdonell Doctor Allan Scott Macdonnell, son of Donald David MacDonell and May Chisholm, was born in Glengarry County, Canada West (Ontario Canada in 1856.
In 1907 along with Roxy Beaudro, Tommy Phillips and Billy McGimsie, the Thistles won the Stanley Cup.