Etc. -- A. G. MacKay remembered
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A lightly edited partial transcription of the Port Rowan column on page 2 of the 29 Apr 1920 issue of the Simcoe Reformer.

The Honorable A. G. MacKay, whose death took place at Edmonton last Sunday, was at one time for four years principal of our high school, and was considered one of the most successful that we have ever had.

Intelligent and sociable, he had many friends here and his memory is cherished, especially by those of his pupils that survive him, and who who are filling positions of honor scattered as they are at present over the continent, among whom is the following:
J. E. Biddle, Miss Kate Barrett and 
Major O. H. Mabee of Port Rowan;
Dr. Willet Miller and his sister 
Miss Nan Miller, of Toronto;
Mrs. (Dr.) McDonald, late of Tillsonburg, nee Miss Anne Richardson of New York City;
Mrs. Alice Montgomery, nee Miss Alice Richardson of Los Angeles;
Mrs. W. Chute, nee Miss Annie Franklin of Vienna, and many others.

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