Mowat, John McDonald, 1872-1916

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Mowat, John McDonald, 1872-1916

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1872-1916

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John McDonald Mowat (1872-1916) practised law in Kingston, Ontario and Vancouver, was elected mayor of Kingston, and was killed in action while serving overseas in 1916.

John McDonald Mowat was the youngest child of John Bower Mowat and Emma McDonald, and was born on 17 February 1872. He practised law in Kingston and was mayor of the city for three years. In 1912 he went to Vancouver and practised law there until he went overseas as a major in a Vancouver regiment. He was killed in action on 8 October 1916.

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Rev. Apr/12.

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