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Memorable Manitobans: Fred Morgan (1877-1936)

Educator.

Born in England, he held a BA degree from Durham University and was the Principal of Prudhoe Street School at Newcastle-on-Tyne before emigrating to Canada around 1911. He worked for a time as an accountant then re-entered the teaching profession, serving successively as the Principal of Inwood School, Brant School (1926-1929), and Gunton School (1929-1934). He was an active member of the Manitoba Teachers’ Federation. In 1934, he moved to Winnipeg and operated a grocery store on Ellice Avenue. He died at Winnipeg on 16 February 1936 and was buried in Brookside Cemetery.

Sources:

Annual Reports of the Manitoba Department of Education, Manitoba Legislative Library.

“Fred Morgan, former schoolmaster, dies in hospital Sunday,” Winnipeg Free Press, 17 February 1936, page 5.

Death registration, Manitoba Vital Statistics.

This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 14 October 2013

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