Mackenzie, Donald, 1852-1941?

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Mackenzie, Donald, 1852-1941?

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Donald Mackenzie (1852-1941?), farmer, merchant and civil servant, operated a butcher shop and general store in Woodbridge, Ontario, at least part of the time in a partnership, Mackenzie & Rogerson. In addition, Mackenzie was a liquor license inspector for the West Riding of York, centred in Woodbridge, where he also sat on the village council (1884-1892). His farm was located in Vaughan Township. He was the father of Addison Alexander Mackenzie, a member of Provincial Parliament for York North riding (1945-1967).


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