Fredrick William Bruce Fitzgerald, 1894-1961
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Description
Bruce Fitzgerald was born in 1894 in Colborne, Ontario the son of John Robert Fitzgerald and Annie Sloane. He served in both World War I and World War II. He worked for the Bank of Toronto at various locations before coming to Milton in 1934 where he founded the F. W. B. Fitzgerald Insurance Agency. He married Orpha I. McLenahan and they had one child, a daughter.
He was a member of Grace Anglican Church, Secretary of the Milton District Hospital Board and a Justice of the Peace. He died in 1961 and was survived by his wife and daughter, Elizabeth Anne (Mrs. W. J. Duignan). He was interned in Evergreen Cemetery, Milton.
Notes
SCAN ONLY. For furher information, see "Milton Area Biographies" by Alex Cooke.
Date Of Event
c.1940s
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Local identifier
5953
Geographic Coverage
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 43.51681 Longitude: -79.88294
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Fredrick William Bruce Fitzgerald, 1894-1961


Bruce Fitzgerald was born in 1894 in Colborne, Ontario the son of John Robert Fitzgerald and Annie Sloane. He served in both World War I and World War II. He worked for the Bank of Toronto at various locations before coming to Milton in 1934 where he founded the F. W. B. Fitzgerald Insurance Agency. He married Orpha I. McLenahan and they had one child, a daughter.
He was a member of Grace Anglican Church, Secretary of the Milton District Hospital Board and a Justice of the Peace. He died in 1961 and was survived by his wife and daughter, Elizabeth Anne (Mrs. W. J. Duignan). He was interned in Evergreen Cemetery, Milton.