Fonds F2328 - Frederick Parker Fonds

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Frederick Parker Fonds


  • 1894-1900 (Creation)

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1 file of textual material
1 artefact
1 photograph

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Biographical history

Frederick Parker was born in 1864 in Ellice Township, Perth County, Ontario. He graduated with an MD CM from Trinity Medical School in 1895, the gold medalist for his year. After graduation in 1895, he practiced at Bruce Mines, Algoma, until 1903 where he was also a member of town council. He moved to Milverton for ten years, where he was a member of council and a school trustee. He then practiced in Sault Ste. Marie and retired to Stratford, where he died on 11 July 1914 at the age of 48. He was a member of the Masons, the Oddfellows, Foresters and Orangemen. He married Linnie Margaret Kastner in 1896 and the couple had two daughters, Margaret and Mary.

Archival history

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The fonds was donated in two accessions by Linda Hathorn, granddaughter of Dr. Parker.

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Consists of records relating to the life and practice of Dr. Fred Parker of Stratford, Ontario.

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Arranged by the Archivist

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Public Domain

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  • English

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Trinity College Archives

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