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United Empire Loyalists' Association of Canada.

Honorary Officers of the U.E.L. Association of Canada

Honorary President: Col. The Hon. John Matheson, OC, K.St.J., CD, QC, UE, MA, LLM, LLD, Rideau Ferry, Ontario

Honorary Vice-Presidents:

Professor Wallace Brown, MA, PhD, F.R. Hist.S., University of New Brunswick

The Right Honourable Ellen L. Fairclough, P.C., CC, FCA, LLD, UE, Hamilton, Ontario

Mrs. Mary (Teed) Gillis, Middleton, Nova Scotia

Capt. E. Lionel Hurd, UE, ED, Sawyerville, Quebec

Ms. Orlo Jones, Cross Roads, Prince Edward Island

Professor Frank MacKinnon, OC, MA, PhD, LLD, University of Calgary

Chief Wellington Staats, elected Chief of the Six Nations, Ohsweken, Ontario

BGen. W.J. Patterson, OMM, CD, UE, MA, Kingston, Ontario

Mr. John E. Ruch, UE, BA, Dip. HA, FHSC, Ottawa, Ontario

Professor Hereward Senior, PhD, McGill University, Montreal, Quebec

Col. The Hon. George F.G. Stanley, CC, K.St.J., CD, D.Phil, D'esL, LLD, FRSC, Sackville, New Brunswick

Mrs. David M. Stewart, O.St.J., DLJ, Montreal, Quebec

Sir Conrad Swan, KCVO, PhD, FSA, Garter Principal, King of Arms Emeritus, England

Mr. Robert D. Watt, MA, Chief Herald of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario

Mr. Ian E. Wilson, MA, National Archivist of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario

Mrs. Evelyn Drew, UE, Belleville, Ontario

Honoured Benefactor: Philip Leith, D.F.C.

Dominion Council of the UEL Association of
Canada, June 1999 to May 2000

President Mr. Edward G. Scott Col. John Butler Branch
Past President Ms. Bernice Flett London & W. Ontario
Senior Vice-President William Terry Grand River Branch
Treasurer Mrs. Charlene Thompson Grand River Branch
Secretary Mrs. Heather James Governor Simcoe Branch

Regional Vice

Pacific Region Mrs. Shirley Dargatz Chilliwack Branch
Prairie Region Mrs. Margaret Carter Manitoba Branch
Central Region: West Mrs. Myrna Fox Toronto Branch
Central Region: East Mr. Roy Lewis Col. Edward Jessop
Atlantic Canada Miss Frances Morrisey New Brunswick Branch


Conference Miss Elizabeth Kawartha Branch
Finance Mr. William Terry Grand River Branch
Genealogists Mrs. Elizabeth Hancocks Governor Simcoe Branch
By-Laws Mr. Robert Wilkins Heritage Branch
Historian/Archivist Miss Elizabeth Kawartha Branch
Public Relations Mr. Bill Davern Bay of Quinte Branch
Education Ms. Bernice Flett London & W. Ontario
Publications Mr. Peter Johnson Toronto Branch
Nominating Mrs. Margaret Carter Manitoba Branch
Systems Analyst Mr. James Bruce Little Forks Branch
Standard Bearer Mr. Ronald Atkins Toronto Branch
Chaplain Major, The Rev. Kawartha Branch
 J.D.L. Howson
Senior Trustee Mr. Drury Denyes Bay of Quinte Branch
Trustees: Dr. Catharine Tanser Hamilton Branch
 Mr. Doug Grant Governor Simcoe Branch
 Mr. Ronald Atkins Toronto Branch


Atlantic Region Mr. Ernest Clarke Halifax Dartmouth Branch
Central Region East Mr. James Bruce Little Forks Branch
Central Region West Mrs. Beverly Craig Col. John Butler Branch
Prairie region Mr. James Stewart Calgary Branch
Pacific Region Mrs. Joan McIlmoyle- Victoria Branch

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Publication:The Loyalist Gazette
Date:Sep 22, 1999
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