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Memorable Manitobans: Alexander Maxwell “Max” Segall (1905-1983)

Educator.

Born at Ottawa, Ontario in July 1905, son of Alexander Segall (1876-1931) and Fannie Baroufka (?-1965), he was the Principal of Brant School (1929-1932), Woodlands School (1933-1937), Stockton School (1937-1939), Ninette School (1939-1940), and Tyndall School (1940-1943). On 29 December 1933, he married Jean Mae Brown at Glenboro. They had a daughter. He died at Eastend, Saskatchewan on 4 August 1983.

Sources:

1921 Canada census, Ancestry.

“Argyle notes,” Stonewall Argus, 3 June 1931, page 4.

Birth, marriage, and death registrations, Manitoba Vital Statistics.

“Segall – Brown,” The Western Prairie Gazette [Glenboro], 4 January 1934, page 1.

Annual Reports of the Manitoba Department of Education, Manitoba Legislative Library.

Segall family tree, MyHeritage.

This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 10 January 2016

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