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Biography of Roderick Finlayson

by Roderick Finlayson

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Published by s.n. in [Victoria, B.C.? .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Finlayson, Roderick, 1818-1892.,
  • Finlayson, Roderick, 1818-1892.,
  • Victoria (B.C.) -- History.,
  • Victoria (C.-B.) -- Histoire.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesCIHM/ICMH Microfiche series = CIHM/ICMH collection de microfiches -- no. 14981, CIHM/ICMH microfiche series -- no. 14981
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 microfiche (17 fr.).
    Number of Pages17
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23720507M
    ISBN 100665149816

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Roderick Finlayson (March 16, – January 20, ) was a Canadian Hudson's Bay Company officer, farmer, businessman, and politician. Born in Loch Alsh (Kyle of Lochalsh), Scotland, Finlayson came to North America in He moved to Lower Canada into an apprentice clerk position with the Hudson’s Bay angelstouch16.com: March 16,Loch Alsh (Kyle of Lochalsh).

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Because of gambling debts he absconded to San. Roderick David Finlayson was born in Devonport, Auckland, on 26 April His father, John Maclennan Finlayson, was an accounts clerk in the Bank of New South Wales in Auckland. Because of gambling debts he absconded to San Francisco ineffectively ending his 3/5(2).

Finlayson published a small volume of reminiscences shortly before his death under the title Biography of Roderick Finlayson ([Victoria?, ?]); it subsequently reappeared in the Wash. Historian (Seattle), 2 (): 29–33, 70– His unpublished “History of Vancouver Island and northwest coast” is.

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We hope you enjoy the angelstouch16.com Books homepage. Edinburgh-born Roderick Graham was educated at the Royal High School of Edinburgh and the University of Edinburgh before serving with the Royal Army Education Corps as staff officer for education at the East Africa Command/5. His first book, Unity and Diversity: the founders of the Free Church of Scotland, was published in He is married to Linda, who writes books for children, and they have one son.

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Biography. Lowry was born in Paeroa, New Zealand, on 17 November He was the eldest child of his mother Janet (Jessie) Craig Forrest and Irish father Robert William Lowry, a storekeeper, farmer and carpenter. He was educated at Auckland Grammar School, where he first became interested in typography, and at Auckland University College (–).

FINLAYSON, NICOL, HBC chief factor; b. at Loch Alsh, Ross-shire, Scotland; d. at Nairn, Scotland, 17 May Nicol Finlayson and a younger brother, Duncan*, joined the Hudson’s Bay Company as writers in Nicol’s early experience was gained at Albany Factory on James Bay and at subordinate inland posts as far west as Lac Seul in present day northwestern Ontario.

"The Totara Tree". In the centennial literary competitions inwhen Sargeson's "The Making of a New Zealander" won a first prize, third prize went to Roderick Finlayson for "The Totara Tree". Like Sargeson, Finlayson has done his finest work in the short story, though he has written two novels.

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Finlayson, Roderick (Rory) Gow, Born Oct 20 in Middle River, Cape Breton Island, Died May 29 in Maungaturoto,New Zealand Finlayson, Roderick Donald Norman (Roddy), Born Jun 21 in Waipu, New Zealand, Died Mar 19 in Whangarei Hospital, Whangarei, New Zealand Finlayson, Roderick Henry, Born Mar 17Died Nov Jan 01,  · Roderick, the last Visigothic king of Spain, who died in the Muslim invasion.

Roderick’s predecessor, King Witiza, died inleaving two young sons, for whom Witiza’s widow and family tried to secure the succession. But a faction of the Visigothic nobles elected Roderick and drove the Witizans.Brown man's burden / Roderick Finlayson Unicorn Press Auckland [N.Z.] Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required.