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Manitoba History No. 89
Manitoba
History

No. 89

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War Memorials in Manitoba
War
Memorials
in Manitoba

This Old Elevator
This Old
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Abandoned Manitoba
Abandoned
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Memorable Manitobans
Memorable
Manitobans

Historic Sites of Manitoba
Historic Sites
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Memorable Manitobans: Edward Baillie (1863-?)

Real estate developer.

Born at Edinburgh, Scotland on 12 October 1863, son of Thomas Baillie and Helen Brown, he attended Watson's College and the Royal High School of Edinburgh. He emigrated to Canada in 1894. In 1910, he founded and was President for the Canadian City and Town Properties Limited. He was also a Director for the Kootenay Orchard Association and Fosthall Lands Limited. In 1897, he married Maude Mary Kepkey of Lansing, Michigan. They had one daughter. The family lived at 25 Roslyn Apartments, Winnipeg.

Sources:

Winnipeg Elite Study, G. Friesen Fonds, Mss154, Box 16, File 11, University of Manitoba Archives & Special Collections.

Page revised: 29 May 2009

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