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Memorable Manitobans: Robert William Dunlop (1876-?)


Born in Townsend County, Ontario on 13 June 1876, son of John and Jean Dunlop, he came to Manitoba with his family and resided at Birtle, working as a commercial traveller. He later taught school and was the Principal of Dominion City School (1909-1910), Stockton School (1917-1918), Baldur School (1918-1921), Kelwood School (1921-1922), Graysville School (1922-1924), and Ochre School (1924-1928).

On 16 July 1917, he married Alberta Mary Hearn (1895-?) at Brandon. At the time of the 1921 federal census, they had three children: Jean Dunlop (b 1918), Robert Dunlop (b 1919), and John George Dunlop (1920-1941). By the early 1940s, Dunlop was living at Foam Lake, Saskatchewan. There whereabouts after this time are, as yet, unknown.


Ontario birth registration, Ancestry.

1901 and 1911 Canada censes, Automated Genealogy.

Marriage registration, Manitoba Vital Statistics.

1921 Canada census, Ancestry.

“Stockton,” Manitoba Free Press, 25 February 1918, page 8.

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

John George Dunlop, Canadian Virtual War Memorial.

This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 21 September 2013

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