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William Saunders and his five sons the story of the Marquis wheat family by Elsie M. Pomeroy

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Published by Ryerson Press in Toronto .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Saunders, William, -- 1836-1914.,
  • Saunders family.,
  • Agriculturists -- Canada -- Biography.,
  • Horticulturists -- Canada -- Biography.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes index.

StatementElsie M. Pomeroy ; foreword by W. Sherwood Fox.
GenreBiography.
The Physical Object
Paginationxiii, 192 p., [3] p. of plates :
Number of Pages192
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22908093M
LC Control Number57002311

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Get this from a library! William Saunders and his five sons: the story of the Marquis wheat family. [Elsie M Pomeroy] -- William Saunders () immigrated, with his parents, from England to London, Ontario in He married Sarah Agnes Robinson in , . William Saunders (J – Septem ) was a Canadian agriculturalist, entomologist and pharmacist. He was a pioneer in Canadian agricultural science, led the establishment of the Experimental Farm System and served as its first director for almost 25 years.. Saunders was born in Crediton, England, the son of James Saunders and Jane (Wollacott) : J , Crediton, England. 1 Aug. Sarah Agnes Robinson, daughter of the Reverend Joseph Hiram Robinson*, and they had a daughter and five sons; d. 13 Sept. in London, Ont. William Saunders came to Canada with his parents in and joined his brother Stephen, who had earlier settled at London. It is likely that he was privately educated as a child. Of the nine children of James and Jane Saunders, it was the youngest son, William, who achieved the most fame outside the family circle. He, in turn, had five sons who all went on to have quite remarkable lives of their own. So let’s delve more deeply into the lives of .

Sir Charles Edward Saunders Charles Edward Saunders was born in London, Ontario, on Feb. 2, , son of William and Sarah Agnes Robinson Saunders. He received his early education in the elementary and collegiate system in London and his university education at the University of Toronto, Johns Hopkins University, and the Sorbonne.   William H. Saunders AGE: 76 • Readington Twp. William H. Saunders, age 76 years, of Readington Township, NJ (Whitehouse Station), died Tuesday, . William Saunders (), Allen family, Alvin Howard Sanders (), Baker family, Bean family, Benno Sander, Blake family, Byrd family, Carmichael family, Carruthers family Times Most Royals that had inter married with other countries Royals carries the ancestors to most Europen monarchies.   Ap - James Sanders, Sen., in natural love and affection and one dollar grants to his sons Elijah Sanders, Thomas Sanders, John Sanders, and William Sanders of Fauquier County, Virginia, all the land where he lives containing two hundred sixty five acres to be divided equally between them. This transaction was witnessed by Jno.

Sir Charles Edward Saunders () was a Canadian cerealist who developed early-maturing hard spring wheat—in particular, Marquis wheat, an early high-protein variety. Charles Edward Saunders was born in London, Ontario, on Feb. 2, , son of William and Sarah Agnes Robinson Saunders. He received his early education in the elementary and. Mr. William David Saunders, age 61 of Idaho Falls, Idaho, passed away on Monday, February 6, in Oak Grove, Kentucky of natural causes. He was born Novem in St. Ignatius, Montana the son of Melvin H. and Carol A. Jones Saunders. He was a truck driver. St. Boniface, his face radiant, then spoke to the people, "Hearken, sons of the forest. No blood shall flow this night save that which pity has drawn from a mother's breast. For this is the birth-night of the white Christ, the Son of the All-Father, the Savior of mankind. William Saunders and his five sons: Ancient handwritings; an introductory manual for intending students of palaeography and diplomatic by William Saunders with suggestions relating to experimental agriculture in Canada by William Saunders (Book)