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Inglis, James

  • CA QUA02166
  • Pessoa singular
  • n.d.

James Inglis was

Gananoque Reporter

  • CA QUA02170
  • Pessoa coletiva
  • n.d.

No information available on this creator.

Butler, Angela

  • CA QUA02172
  • Pessoa singular
  • fl. 1980s

Angela Butler is the niece of Jacobine Jones, and one of the inaugural directors of the Jacobine Jones Foundation.

Christie, Annie (Fowler) Rothwell

  • CA QUA02175
  • Pessoa singular
  • 1837-1927

The eldest daughter of celebrated early Ontario artist Daniel Fowler, Annie Fowler was born in London, England on 31 March 1837. Brought to Upper Canada by her parents in 1843, she settled with them on Amherst Island, located in Lake Ontario, a few mile west of Kingston, Ontario. Following the early death of her first husband, a Mr. Rothwell, she married the Reverend I.J. Christie, rector of the Anglican Church in North Gower, Ontario in 1895 A prolific writer from an early age, Annie Christie contributed prose, in the form of short stories, to American, English, and Canadian periodicals, and poetry to the "Magazine of Poetry". She published three novels, in serial form: 'Alice Gray' (1873), 'Edged Tools' ("Appleton's Journal", 1880), and 'Requital' (1886); and one in book form, 'Loved I not honour more' (Toronto: 1887). Her later years were spent in Ottawa. Annie (Fowler) Rothwell Christie died in New Liskard, Ontario, on 2 July 1927.

Messrs. J & S. McEachan

  • CA QUA02177
  • Pessoa coletiva
  • n.d.

John and his brother ran a general store for a number of years in Douglas, Ontario. Bother were also very much involved in the Catholic Mutual Benefit Association.

Queen's University Unity Council

  • CA QUA02197
  • Pessoa coletiva
  • 1994

The Queen's University Unity Council was formed in 1994 to provide a united voice of the unions and staff organisations represented on Queen's Campus during the Food Services Strike. It was comprised of CUPE 229, CUPE 254, CUPE 1302, the Queen's University Faculty Association and the Queen's University Staff Association.

Druce, Dorothea

  • CA QUA02198
  • Pessoa singular
  • n.d.

No information available on this creator.

MacFarland (family)

  • CA QUA02206
  • Família
  • n.d.

Rev. John F. Macfarland, a Presbyterian Minister, was born in Pittsburg, Ontario ca. 1870. He attended Kingston Collegiate Vocational Institute, then Queen's University, obtaining his BA in 1887 and M.Div. in 1898. He had two sons, Foster Murray and Maxwell Theodore, and three daughters, Phrone, Agnes and one other.

Foster Murray Macfarland was born in 1897. He attended Queen's University in pursuit of a BA in 1916-1917, then enlisted with the Royal Flying Corps. He attained the rank of Lieutenant by the end of 1917, just prior to being killed in action in France.

Maxwell Theodore Macfarland graduated from Queen's University with a BA in 1928 and an MD and CM in 1930. He interned at Ottawa Civic Hospital ffrom 1932 to 1933, then moved to Cold Lake, Alberta where he worked at Bonnyville General and John Neil Hospitals. He completed his postgraduate work in Boston, where he married Janet Allan. He enlisted as a Captain with the Royal Canadian Army Medical Corps in November 1940 and attained the rank of Major prior to his discharge. He then moved to Winnipeg, Manitoba in 1948, where he remained until his death on August 30, 1996.

Janet Louise (Allan) Macfarland graduated from Queen's University with a BA (Hons) in 1930. She was Assistant Dean of Women from 1930 to 1935, when she married Maxwell Macfarland. After moving to Winnipeg, she remained involved with the Winnipeg Branch of the Queen's University Alumni Association, and served as a Councillor with the Queen's University Alumnae Association. She died in 1988.

Shannon, Matilda Lynn

  • CA QUA02209
  • Pessoa singular
  • n.d.

No information available on this creator.

Forfar Dairy

  • CA QUA02213
  • Pessoa coletiva
  • n.d.

No information available on this creator.

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