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Memorable Manitobans: Duncan Stuart McLeod (1854-1933)

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Duncan Stuart McLeod
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Farmer, MLA (1923-1927).

Born at Tamworth, Ontario on 17 December 1854, son of Roderick McLeod and Ann Morgan, he was educated at the public schools of Croydon, Ontario. On 12 July 1886, he married Agnes Teskey (1861-1940), daughter of Joseph Teskey of Croydon, Ontario. They had four children: Gordon B. McLeod (1888-?), Montgomery Leigh McLeod (1890-?), Charles Stuart McLeod (1895-?), and Agnes Jean McLeod (?-?). He served as a Reeve of the Rural Municipality of Brenda. He was elected to the Manitoba Legislature at the 1922 general election and served a single term. He died at Goodlands on 31 July 1933 and was buried in the Goodlands Cemetery.


1901 Canada census, Automated Genealogy.

The Canadian Parliamentary Guide, 1925.

Death registration, Manitoba Vital Statistics.

Obituaries and burial transcriptions, Manitoba Genealogical Society.

This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 6 June 2018

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