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Memorable Manitobans: George Klyne (1828-?)

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Born at Riviere Arthabaska, North West Territories on 13 August 1828, son of De Meurons settler Michael Klyne, he was educated at St. Boniface. In 1862, married Monique Barthelais.

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“Mrs. Bellegrade, 103, dies at File Hills Reserve”, Manitoba Free Press, 27 June 1934, page 3.

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