DCB/DBC Mobile beta

Results per Page: Go
Modify search on Advanced Search page

Type of Result

      Region of Birth

          Region of Activities

              Occupations and Other Identifiers

                  1 to 8 (of 8)
                  in Charlottetown, son of John A. Bertram, a farmer, and Mary Ann —; m. 25 Dec. 1875 Agnes Isabella Moffatt in North Sydney, N.S., and they had four children, three of whom lived to
                  railway tools, metal- and wood-lathes, and boring and drilling equipment. Two years later another Scot and former Gartshore apprentice, John Bertram, bought out McDonald’s interest
                  . secondly 11 June 1873 Bunella McMurrich, daughter of John McMurrich*, and they had
                  , particularly on forest products [see John Bertram], but he succeeded only in embarrassing the Laurier government
                  sawn lumber but allowed free import of sawlogs [see John Bertram]. His defence of capital and sawmilling
                  , in 1837. His father, Henri-Maurice, a surveyor and architect, was the son and grandson of prominent lumber merchants; he was also a nephew of architect John
                  About Duplicate Matches
                  1 to 8 (of 8)