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Memorable Manitobans: Timothy Arthur Dent Bevington

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Born at Hoddesdon, Hertfordshire, England. Son of Timothy and Annette Bevington of Hedingham Castle, Essex, England. Married Helen Boucher, 29 August 1909. Educated at Harrow School, Middlesex, England. Came to the West and worked on a ranch at High River, Alberta for two years. Saskatchewan, with Grand Trunk preliminary surveys for three years. Came to Winnipeg and worked for the City of Winnipeg for twelve years as Assistant License Commissioner. Left there to work at present position. Previous to coming to Canada, represented Middlesex County at Cricket (three years), the last years Middlesex were champions of England. Represented Canada and the United States (combined) at Cricket vs. Australian eleven. Member, Wanderers Cricket Club who won the Ross Robertson Cup, emblematic of the Championship of Canada. An enthusiastic golfer. Member, Assiniboia Golf Club. Residence, Devon Court, Broadway, Winnipeg, Manitoba.


Pioneers and Prominent People of Manitoba, Winnipeg: Canadian Publicity Company, 1925.

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