Kirkpatrick-Nickle Law Firm

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Kirkpatrick-Nickle Law Firm

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The law firm was begun in Kingston by Thomas Kirkpatrick in 1828. The firm continued under various names and with various partners until 1968. Thomas Kirkpatrick's sons, George Airey and James Stafford, followed in their father's profession and the firm became known as Kirkpatrick and Sons. George Kirkpatrick later had Mr. R. Vahon Rogers as his partner. After that partnership, the Honourable W. F. Nickle was associated with Mr. Rogers. Rogers death brought about another change in partnership when James Farrell joined the firm. The firm became Nickle and Nickle when W. M. Nickle became a partner with his father W. F. Nickle. W. M. Nickle died in 1968, and his death marked the end of the law firm.


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CA QUA01409

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  • English



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