Item 4 - Frank Cochrane 1897, 1898, 1902 - 4

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Frank Cochrane 1897, 1898, 1902 - 4

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ON00120 026-14-1-4

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  • March, 1912 (Creation)

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1 photograph : b&w copy print ; 24 x 19 cm mounted in a wood frame 31 x 25 cm

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One image of Mayor Francis Cochrane (1852-1919, Mayor 1897-1898 & 1902).

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Francis Cochrane was born November 18, 1852 in Clarenceville, Quebec. He married Alice Lavinia Dunlop, daughter of Arunah Dunlop and Elizabeth Inglee on August 16, 1882, Pembroke, Ontario. The Cochrane's moved to Sudbury where Frank Cochrane became an active businessman and politician. He founded Cochrane Hardware Limited and invested in hydroelectricity. After losing his right leg in a train accident in January 1905, Francis Cochrane became the Member of the Provincial Parliament (MPP) for East Nipissing (1905-1911) and was appointed Minister of Lands and Mines. In 1911, he became the Federal Member of Parliament (MP) for Railways and Canals and held the position until 1917. Frank Cochrane died September 22, 1919 in Ottawa, Ontario.

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To learn more about Frank Cochrane, see "Local Jottings: Mr. F. Cochrane Appealed Against Assessment System," The Sudbury Journal, June 8, 1893, p. 1; "Municipal Elections: Sudbury Council," The Sudbury Star, January 9, 1902, p. 1; "Members of Parliament Speak," The Sudbury Star, September 13, 1913, p. 5; "Funeral," The Sudbury Star, September 24, 1919, p. 1; "Tribute Paid to Hon. Frank Cochrane," The Sudbury Star, p. 1; Greater Sudbury Museums and The Dictionary of Canadian Biography

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