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Memorable Manitobans: A. Joseph H. Dubuc (1873-?)

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A. Joseph H. Dubuc
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Born at St. Boniface on 31 July 1873, son of Joseph Dubuc and Maria Anna Hénault, in 1910, he was a partner with W. Boston Towers in the law firm of Dubuc and Towers. He was a founding member, in 1905, of the St. Charles Country Club. He and wife Alice Couillard del Epinay (c1883-1913) had three sons: Paul Joseph Auguste Dubuc (1903-?), Louis Dubuc (?-?), and Charles Arthur Dubuc (1913-?). He was living at Montreal, Quebec in July 1959 but his later whereabouts are presently unknown.


1901 Canada census, Automated Genealogy.

Advertisement, Manitoba Free Press, 17 June 1910.

Birth and death registrations, Manitoba Vital Statistics.

“Mrs. A. J. H. Dubuc passes away after lingering illness,” Winnipeg Telegram, 13 May 1913. [Biographical Scrapbook B5, page 161, Manitoba Legislative Library]

“Birthdays,” Winnipeg Free Press, 31 July 1959.

This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 22 April 2020

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