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Memorable Manitobans: Mrs. C. C. Hearn (?-?)

Community activist.

Born in Northamptonshire, England, daughter of James and S. S. Browning. Her father was Reeve of Daly municipality for many years, a real pioneer of the west; came to Manitoba in 1880. Married C. C. Hearn in 1889. Mrs. Hearn has been in Manitoba since 1881. During the war was connected with Brandon Returned Soldiers Association. Brandon Chapter, IODE. Red Cross Association. She has been active for many years in civic and social movements that have been for the advancement of her city. At present she holds the following positions: Honorary President, Women’s Service League, Auxiliary to G.W.V.A. Life Member, Provincial (Man.) Chapter, IODE. Member of the National Educational Committee, IODE. Member of the Central Executive “League of Nations Society of Canada.” Literature Secretary for the Diocese of Brandon Women’s Auxiliary. Member of the Executive of 1st Brandon Company, Girl Guides. Chairman of Citizenship Committee, Local Council of Women. Member of the Women’s Canadian Club, Brandon Art Club. Local Red Cross Society. Anglican (St. Matthew’s). Parish Guild and Women’s Auxiliary. Address, 332-6th Street, Brandon, Manitoba.


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

This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 23 July 2011

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