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
Augustine Colin Macdonald was the twenty-third Lieutenant Governor of Prince
Edward Island since the creation of the Colony in 1763. Augustine Colin ...
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
Jun 27, 2003 ... 33 M v. Augustine Colin MacDonald was born about 1837 in Panmure Island,
Kings Co. Prince Edward Isl. He died about 1920 in Montague.
The building has a significant association with a prominent Montague merchant
and politician, Augustine Colin Macdonald (1837-1919), who purchased the ...
18 Jul 1884 - 2 Sep 1889, The Honourable Andrew Archibald Macdonald, (b. ... 3
Jun 1915 - 16 Jul 1919, The Honourable Augustine Colin Macdonald, (b.
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.
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... of Prince Edward Island – Augustine Colin Macdonald Lieutenant Governor of
Quebec – Pierre-Évariste Leblanc Lieutenant Governor of Saskatchewan – Ric ...
17 Hon. Andrew Archibald Macdonald . ... 23 Hon. Augustine Colin Macdonald .
..... Willibald Joseph MacDonald, B.A., E.D., M.S.C. 1st Aug 1963 - 6th Oct 1969.