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ABBOTT, Geo. M. - M.D. (1832) – Born February 10, 1808 –
Died January 14, 1885 in Montreal, Quebec – He served in the
Texan army during the Mexican war – (Obit.
Auguste – Journalist in Haiti and in Canada – Born in
1834 in Becanon, France – Died June 25, 1886 in Montreal,
Quebec – (Obit.
ADAMS, Geo. - Founder of Adamsville, Quebec – Died October 14,
1885 at Adamsville, Quebec aged 72 – (Obit.
ADOIN, Philip – Died February 23, 1886 near Stanbridge, Quebec
– Railway accident. – (ADS
ALEXANDER, Robert –
Died September 6, 1882, Valleyfield, Quebec – Found dead in the
canal – (ADS
ALLAN, Hugh (Sir), Kt. – Head of the ocean steamship and
shipping firm of H. & A. Allan, of Montreal, Liverpool, Glasgow,
&c. – Born September 26, 1810 at Saltcoats, Ayshire
Scotland – Died December 9, 1882 at Saltcoats, Ayrshire,
Scotland – His remains were brought to Montreal for interment.
The second son of Capt. Alex. Allan, who commanded a vessel trading
between Greenock and Montreal. Came out to Canada in 1826 and
established himself in Montreal – (Obit.
ALLAN, Matilda (Lady) (née Smith) – Died June 11,
1881 in Montreal, Quebec, aged 53 – Wife of Sir Hugh Allan of
Ravenscrag, Montreal, to whom she was united in 1844. – (Obit.
ALLEYN, Richard (Hon.) –
Judge of the Superior Court of the Province of Quebec –
Deceased, successor appointed on January 26, 1884 – (PAPS
ALLEYN, Richard (Hon.) – Puisne Judge of the Superior Court of
Quebec (1881-83) – Born in 1836 at Trabolgan, the seat of Lord
Fermoy, Co. of Cork, Ireland – Died August 16, 1883 at St.
Germain de Rimouski, Quebec – When very young, accompanied his
father, the late Commander R. I. Alleyn, to Canada, and was educated
in Quebec. His brother, Hon. Chas, Alleyn, Q.C., is the present
Sheriff of Quebec. – (Obit.
E. P., of Montreal, Quebec – Died September 22, 1882 –
Killed by the explosion of the steam boiler on the Richelieu
plying as a ferry boat between Lachine and Chateauguay Basin –
AMYOT, Marguerite Alice Gertrude Pennée (Madame) – Died
December 21, 1883 at Quebec – Wife of Guillaume Amyot, Esq.,
M.P. to whom she was married in 1874. – (Obit.
ANDERSEN, John –
Died April 21, 1883 in Montreal, Quebec – Smothered in a
refinery – (ADS 83).
ANDERSON, (Mrs) –
Housekeeper, St. James' Club – Died November 13, 1882 in
Montreal, Quebec – Hangs herself in her bedroom – (ADS
ANDREWS, Fred. Americus, Q.C. - Advocate - Died July 7, 1885 in
Quebec City aged 82 – (Obit.
ANDREWS, Henry Ogden, Q.C. (1867) – Died March 25, 1884 at
Leamington, England – He was called to the Bar of Lower Canada
in 1830. – (Obit.
ANDREWS, James – Peninsular veteran – Born Omagh, Tyrone,
Ireland – Died January 10, 1882, Windsor, Quebec aged 101 –
Julie Marguerite (Madame), (née
– January 11, 1879 in Quebec City aged 32 – Wife of Hon.
A. R. Angers, M.P., late Attorney General of Quebec, she was a
daughter of Hon. Senator Chinic – (Obit.
ANSLEY, George Doane – City Surveyor of Montreal (1876) –
Born December 2, 1836 in Montreal, Quebec – Died September 22,
1883 in Montreal, Quebec – Died the result of an accident –
He was a son of the late Rev. Amos Ansley, for many years incumbent
of Hull, Quebec. – (Obit.
Alexandre – Advocate – Died July 12, 1879, L'Assomption,
Quebec, aged 50 – (Obit.
ARMITAGE, Jas. - Died June 10, 1884 in North Onslow, Quebec, about 8
miles from Quio – Fatally shot by a neighbour named Thos.
Wolsely who is tried for murder and acquitted. – (JRO
ARMSTRONG, (Madame) (née Déligny) – Died
October 21, 1878 at Sorel, Quebec, aged 67 – Recilct of the
late Hon. David Morrison Armstrong, M.L.C., of Quebec. She was a
daughter of the late Jacques Déligny, Esq., M.P.P. for
Berthier, by Françoise Langevin – (Obit.
ARMSTRONG, Chas. Logie (Capt.) – Late Supdt. of Works, Lake St.
Peter, Quebec – Born in 1797 at Ste. Ursule, Quebec –
Died December 5, 1883 at Sorel, Quebec – He was twice married :
firstly to the daughter of Mr. A. Ferguson, of Athol House, Baie des
Chaleurs, and secondly to Louisa, daughter of Capt. Taylor. His only
son, Hon. James Armstrong, C.M.G., was for some years Chief Justice
of St. Lucia and Tobago, Windward Islands, and is now President of
the Montreal and Sorel Railway. His brother is the late Harbour
Master of Quebec. He was the descendant of U.E. Loyalists, who gave
up valuable property in the city of New York rather than live under
the flag of the revolted Colonies. Upon evacuation of New York, the
family came over in a frigate, and settled in the District of Gaspé,
landing at a place still called Armstrong's Landing; but not liking
the climate, they came up the river to Sorel, where they settled for
a time. They then took grants in the Laurentian Mountains, in the
County of Maskinongé, north of Lake St. Peter. – (Obit.
ASSELIN, F. X. of St. Sauveur, Quebec – Died February 8, 1885
at Lake Simon, Quebec – Burned to death in a wooden shanty
where he was sleeping. – (JRO
AUBERTIN, Antoine – Born in Quebec – Died July 27, 1886
at Boucherville, Quebec aged 98 – (DL
AUGER, Esther –
Died June 10, 1882, Quebec – Killed by lightning – (ADS
AUGER, Louis A. – Official Assignee for the District of
Iberville, in the Province of Quebec – Deceased, successor
appointed on May 25, 1878 – (PAPS
AULDJO, John Richardson
(Major General) – Born in 1825 – Died June 14, 1879,
Myrtle Bank, Broughty Ferry, Dundee, Scotland – He was the son
of the late Geo. Auldjo, Esq., of Montreal, Quebec, and grandson of
Hon. Ohnj Rijchardsonj, of the same city – (Obit. 79).
AUMOND, Joseph –
Lumber merchant born in L'Assomption, Quebec – Born in 1810 at
L'Assomption, Quebec – Died November 10, 1879 in Ottawa,
Ontario – He is one of the early pionneers of the Ottawa
Valley, he having first taken up his residence at Bytown, now Ottawa,
when he was but 17 years of age – (Obit. 79).
Hugh Whitchurch – Late Capt H. M.'s 56th
(Pompadours) – Died April 4, 1886 at Berthier en
Quebec – He was a son of the late Hon. Thos. Austin, of
Chambly, Quebec. – (Obit. 86).
AYLMER, Mary Eliza (Lady) (née Journeaux) – Died
September 14, 1881, Melbourne, Quebec, aged 71 – Wife of the R.
Hon. Lord Aylmer – (Obit.
AYOTTE, Zéphirin – Died December 27, 1882 at
Arthabaskaville, Quebec – Killed by Romain Chabot who was found
guilty of the murder on March 2, 1883 and sentenced to be hanged, but
his sentence is subsequently commuted for imprisonment for life. His
son, Joseph Chabot, who participated in the murder, is sentenced to
ten years' imprisonment. Napoleon Blanchet and Jas. Orr, also
implicated, are released on bail. – (JRO 83).
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