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Memorable Manitobans: Daniel A. McIntyre (1866-1941)

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Daniel A. McIntyre
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Grain buyer, MLA (1905-1907), civil servant.

Born in Ontario on 2 July 1866, he came to Manitoba where he worked as a grain buyer at Clearwater. He was elected to the Manitoba Legislature, representing the Mountain constituency, at a by-election in April 1905, after being defeated by Thomas Greenway in the 1903 general election. He was subsequently defeated at the 1907 general election. On 24 October 1894, he married Ida Florence Moore (1876-1963) at Clearwater and they had two children: Donald Roy McIntyre (1895-1932) and Bertha McIntyre (1897-?). In 1912, he went to Selkirk to work as a dredge master for 24 years, retiring in 1936. He died at his Winnipeg home, 2-59 Alloway Avenue, on 11 April 1941 and was buried in the Elmwood Cemetery.

Sources:

1901 Canada census, Automated Genealogy.

Marriage and death registrations, Manitoba Vital Statistics.

“D. Roy McIntyre dies suddenly at home here,” Winnipeg Tribune, 21 December 1932, page 3.

Obituary, Winnipeg Free Press, 12 April 1941, page 30.

Obituary [Ida Florence McIntyre], Winnipeg Free Press, 17 August 1963, page 30.

Members of the Legislative Assembly (deceased), Legislative Assembly of Manitoba.

This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 24 September 2018

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