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Memorable Manitobans: Archibald Roy Graham (1887-?)

Dental surgeon.

Born at Watford, Ontario, 25 August 1887. Son of Duncan Graham and Sarah Fisher. Married Miss E. M. Hicks. Has a son and a daughter. Was educated at Watford Public and High Schools, Royal College of Dental Surgeons, Western Reserve College, Cleveland, Ohio. Family of Highland Scotch origin; settled in Lambton County; farmed. Captain Graham graduated in 1911; passed the Canadian Council, Manitoba Examination, 1912. Had worked for Dr. Rogers of Boissevain, 1909; purchased the practice in 1912. Joined C.A.D.C. (Canadian Expeditionary Force), April 1916. Camp Hughes, overseas and transferred to R.A.F. in England (Lieutenant); France, served on the Western Front until July 1919; won captaincy in France; was in Germany with army of occupation; returned to Canada and resumed practise at Boissevain. Member of the Manitoba Dental Association. Member of the Masonic Fraternity. During college years played semi-professional Baseball; McClary’s, London; Stoughton, Sask. Recreations: Curling, gold, tennis. Address, Boissevain, Manitoba.


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

This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 11 September 2011

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