D'Arcy Boulton

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1825 – 1875

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Who was D'Arcy Boulton?

D’Arcy Boulton was a Canadian lawyer, politician and Orangeman.

He was born in Perth, Ontario, Canada in 1825 and educated at Upper Canada College. In 1847, he was admitted to the bar. In 1864, he became the deputy grandmaster for Orange Order in British North America; he became the provincial grandmaster for Ontario West in 1870. In 1873, at Glasgow, he became president of the Triennial Orange Conference of the British Empire. He was elected to the Legislative Assembly of Ontario in a by-election in Simcoe South in 1873.

In 1874, he became grandmaster of the Grand Black Chapter of British America, an exclusive Orange order.

He died in Toronto in 1875.

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Born
Mar 29, 1825
Toronto
Education
  • Upper Canada College
Died
Feb 16, 1875
Toronto

Submitted
on July 23, 2013

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