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Memorable Manitobans: H. A. D. Chalmers (1875-?)

Click to enlargeReal estate broker.

Born at London, England on 25 October 1876, son of Henry Robert and Jessie Lucilia Chalmers, he was educated at St. Paul’s, London, England. He commenced a career as a bank clerk for the Bank of Victoria, and Robinson Bank, working form 1895 to 1901. He came to Winnipeg in 1901. On 12 May 1905, he married Ida Victoria Suckling of Cincinnati, Ohio. They had one daughter, Susan Suckling. He was a member of the Adanac Club. Conservative. Protestant. In 1911, the family lived at 57 Carlton Street, Winnipeg.

In 1911, Chalmers was employed in real estate, insurance, rental agent, notary public, at 193 Lombard Street, Winnipeg.


Who’s Who in Western Canada: A Biographical Dictionary of Notable Living Men and Women of Western Canada, Volume 1, edited by C. W. Parker, Vancouver: Canadian Press Association, 1911.

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