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Memorable Manitobans: Thomas Cuthbert Anderson (1888-?)

Financial broker.

Born at Winnipeg on 26 April 1888, son of Thomas and Elizabeth Anderson, he was educated at St. John’s College (Winnipeg) and Bishop’s College (Lennoxville, Quebec). Manager, Emery and Anderson, Winnipeg; President, Canadian Adjusters Association, Ltd., Director, Manitoba Copper Co., Ltd.; Director, Plantation Manufacturing Co., Ltd.; Chairman, Mining Bureau, Winnipeg Board of Trade; Director, 1500 Club; Member, Winnipeg Stock Exchange (President, 1935-36); Member, United Service Club; Manitoba Club, St. Charles Country Club, Pine Ridge Golf Club, Lake of the Woods Yacht Club. Saw distinguished service overseas with the Canadian Expeditionary Force. Was awarded the Military Cross. Is Squadron Commander of the Fort Garry Horse. Anglican. Address, 625 McMillan Avenue, Winnipeg, Manitoba. Married Katherine Mathison, 11 June 1921.


Pioneers and Prominent People of Manitoba, Winnipeg: Canadian Publicity Company, 1925.

This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 3 September 2014

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