Craig, Robert

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Craig, Robert

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Born in Ayrshire, Scotland, Robert Craig emigrated to Kingston, Upper Canada, via Montreal, in the autumn of 1831. He quickly established himself as a merchant in the town, where he was known as a "young man of high character and a most amiable disposition." He then moved west to Brighton, Upper Canada. On the 15th of October 1838, tragedy struck, when sudden squall over took the boat Robert Craig was steering and he another were drowned just outside of the harbour entrance to Colborne, Upper Canada.


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