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Memorable Manitobans: Charles Frederick Hasslefield (1876-?)

Chemist, druggist, optometrist.

Born at Plattsville, Oxford County, Ontario, 16 December 1876. Son of William Hasslefield and Jennie Wilson. Married Miss Campbell (deceased); married Miss Irene Edmondson. Has one son. Educated at Manitou Public and High Schools, Manitoba College of Pharmacy. Family came to Canada from Mecklenburg in Germany; settled in Oxford County; father came to Manitoba in 1879; homesteaded at Manitou. Mr. Hasslefield was apprenticed to the drug profession with Robert Wesley McClung of Manitou; after being in business for himself in Winnipeg, came to Deloraine in 1903. He is a member of the Manitoba Pharmaceutical Society. In 1909 he was a founding member of the Manitoba Association of Optometrists. An Ex-Member of the Council of Deloraine, an ex-Mayor of the Town. Member of the AF & AM, Past Worshipful Master of Deloraine Lodge, No. 40. Member of the IOOF, Past Noble Grand of Turtle Mountain Lodge, No. 15. Member of the Board of the Union Church. Recreations: Curling and tennis. Address, Deloraine, Manitoba.


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

This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 16 May 2011

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