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Finding Aid - Alexander Logie fonds (PF59)

Alexander Logie fonds

1843-1872
 
1 cm of textual records


Biographical Sketch
Alexander Logie was born in Rosefield, Nairnshire, Scotland in 1823. It is not known when he moved to Canada. In 1843, he was admitted as a student-at-law by the Law Society of Upper Canada, and was called to the Bar in 1848. He practiced in Hamilton, Ontario, and later served as a judge with the Wentworth County Court (1854-1873). Logie was active with the St. Paul's Presbyterian Church in Hamilton, acting as a teacher, elder and trustee. He served on Hamilton City Council from 1857 to 1860. Logie died in Hamilton on December 10th, 1873.
 
Scope and Content
Fonds primarily consists of certificates relating to the legal career of Alexander Logie. The remaining items are of a personal nature, including newspaper clippings regarding his uncle, William Logie, and an invitation.
 
Restrictions
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Reference code / Title / Date
985183-001 Certificate of admission of Mr. A Logie. -- 21 Aug. 1843
985183-002 Commission: Alexander Logie to be a public notary in Upper Canada. -- 4 July 1848
985183-003 Commission for Alexander Logie to take bails and affidavits. -- 31 July 1848
985183-004 Court of Queen's Bench admission certificates. -- 1849-1853
985183-005 Court of Chancery admission certificates. -- 1851-1854
985183-006 Court of Common Pleas admission certificates. -- 1851-1854
985183-007 Invitation to Major and Mrs. Logie from Governor and Lady Barnes. -- [between 1890 and 1910]
985183-008 Uncle William's death. -- 1864-1872
 
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