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                  THOMPSON, GRACE SARAH HALL (Fletcher)
                  Grace, Nfld. During the 1880s he would be used as an apostolic delegate by the papal authorities during a nasty imbroglio involving the archbishop of Halifax and the Sisters of Charity [see Mary
                  Henry Whiteley and Ann Maria Kelson; m. 9 Feb. 1859 Louisa Ann Thompson in London, England, and they had twelve children, two of whom died in childhood; d. 18 Aug. 1903 in St
                  Thompson* in 1894. In the election of 1896 he won the urban vote in his constituency but lost his seat thanks to strong rural dissatisfaction engendered by a quarter-century of distress and depopulation
                   1903. Like many female reformers of this period, Edith Perrin also devoted her energies to the temperance cause [see Grace Sarah
                  under the new premier, Attorney General John Sparrow David Thompson*. As a close associate of Holmes, he chose to follow him
                  Globe, much to the embarrassment of the government. Atkins had to go, but with grace, so as not to offend too greatly his Methodist, temperance, and business connections
                  –1901) and Anna —; m. first 31 Dec. 1880 Emma A. Wood (d. 1886) in Cobourg, Ont., and they had a daughter; m. secondly 20 March 1901 Bessie Stephen Thompson, and they had a
                  . 1866 Annie Elizabeth Thompson, and of their ten children two sons and five daughters survived him; d
                  was aided by religious tensions aroused in the wake of an affray at Harbour Grace in December 1883. Nineteen Catholics were arrested and charged with the murder of four Orangemen. Their acquittal
                  government of Sir James Spearman Winter*. Harvey was returned in the district of Harbour Grace and appointed a minister without portfolio
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