Augustine Colin Macdonald (June 30, 1837 – July 16, 1919) was a Canadian
merchant and political figure. He represented King's County and later King's in
MACDONALD, HONOURABLE AUGUSTINE COLIN, merchant; b. 30 June 1837
at Panmure, son of Hugh Macdonald and Catherine Macdonald; m. 27 June ...
In his will, Colin left the residence to his three nephews, the sons of Hugh
Macdonald. They were Andrew Archibald, Archibald John, and Austin (Augustine
The building has a significant association with a prominent Montague merchant
and politician, Augustine Colin Macdonald (1837-1919), who purchased the ...
~A pirate, from St. Augustine's "City of God". Old men declare war .... ~Colin
Powell. Chauvinism is a proud and ...... ~J. Ramsay MacDonald. We shall never
Lieutenant Governors are appointed by the Governor General ...
Jun 6, 2011 ... Colin Gunton and the Failure of Augustine [Bradley Green] is 20% off every day
at WipfandStock.com. Colin Gunton argued that Augustine ...
Augustine Colin Macdonald. 2nd Jun 1915 - 16th Jul 1919 b.1837-d.1919. 24
Hon. Murdock MacKinnon. 8th Sept 1919 - 8th Sept 1924 b.1865-d.1944. 25 Hon
That year Colin MacDonald of Boisdale undertook to compel his tenants on
South .... to support the project and had his brother, Augustine, say mass at
Augustine (Tracadie) MacDonald<sup>19</sup>, Donald (Tracadie) MacDonald<sup>18</sup>, Ranald ....
of Colin S. MacDonald obtained from the Nova Scotia Archives indicates this.