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Alexander Graham Bell (1847—1922) teacher of deaf people and inventor of the telephone


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BELL, Frederick Charles (1883 - 1971), retired; late Canadian Army Medical Corps

BELL, Robert (1841 - 1917), late Director and Chief Geologist Geological Survey of Canada

BELL, Graham Airdrie (1874 - 1929), Deputy Minister, Department of Railways and Canals, Canada; Director Canadian National Railways

BELL, James Mackintosh (1877 - 1934), Vice-President, Canadian Geographical Society; Trustee Queens’ University; General consulting geological practice since 1928

BELL, Charles Leigh de Hauteville (1903 - 1972), Commodore Captain, Canadian Pacific Steamships Ltd, 1961–63, retired

BELL-SMITH, Frederick Marlett (1846 - 1923), artist; Member of Council of the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts; Life Member Ontario Society of Artists, 1904–08

MEWBURN, Sydney Chilton (1863 - 1956), QC 1910; member of the firm, Mewburn & Marshall, Barristers and Solicitors, Pigott Building, Hamilton, Ontario; Vice-Pres.: Mutual Life Assurance Co. of Canada; Director: Steel Co. of Canada, Ltd, Roy. Trust Co., Bell Telephone Co. of Canada, Dominion Glass Co. Ltd; formerly Director, Bank of Montreal

COCKSHUTT, Henry (1868 - 1944), Chairman and Chief Executive, Cockshutt Plow Company, Ltd, Brantford, Ontario, Frost & Wood Co. Ltd, Smith’s Falls, Ontario; Chairman Cockshutt Moulded Aircraft Ltd, Brantford; Director of the Bank of Montreal, Canadian Pacific Railway Co., Royal Trust Co.; Lake Erie and Northern Railway Co., Bell Telephone Co. of Canada, Gypsum Lime and Alabastine, Canada, Ltd (Chairman), International Nickel Co. of Canada, Ltd and the Guarantee Company of North America; Member of Canadian Advisory Board of Sun Insurance Co. of London


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Incorporated in 1880 by act of Parliament, the Bell Telephone Company of Canada upon inception controlled the Canadian patents for the telephone taken out by the inventor, Alexander Graham Bell. ...

Subjects: History of the Americas.

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