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Memorable Manitobans: Annie Jeffrey (1857-1937)

Educator.

Born at Edinburgh, Scotland in September 1857, she immigrated to Canada in 1909 and settled at Winnipeg around 1910. A widower by 1911, she had a married daughter, Mrs. J. Gibbs. She joined the Winnipeg School Division as a teacher at Greenway School (1910-1911), Clifton Street School (1911-1914), Laura Secord School (1914-1915), and Isaac Brock School (1915-1916). She became Principal of Isaac Brock School (1916-1917) during J. H. Mulvey’s military service, and upon his return, was made Principal of Argyle School (1917-1925). She was granted personal leave in July 1925 and moved to British Columbia, later resigning from teaching in 1927. She died at Vancouver on 11 November 1937.

Sources:

1911 Canada census, Automated Genealogy.

“Board approves intermediate 20-room school,” Winnipeg Tribune, 15 July 1925, page 13.

“Board revises salary scale for teachers,” Winnipeg Tribune, 13 July 1927, page 6.

Death registrations, British Columbia Vital Statistics.

Obituary, Winnipeg Free Press, 15 November 1937, page 4.

This page was prepared by Nathan Kramer.

Page revised: 12 August 2015

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