Hadley Brown Tremain
1874 – 1951
Who was Hadley Brown Tremain?
He was born in Port Hood, Nova Scotia, the son of Edward D. Tremain and Emma Hadley, and was educated at the Port Hood Academy, at King's College in Windsor and at Harvard Law School. Tremain practised law in Windsor, Nova Scotia. In 1899, he married Alice Wiggins. Tremain served on the town council for Windsor from 1906 to 1909. From 1917 to 1921, he was a Unionist Party member. During World War I, Tremain was lieutenant-colonel commanding the 112th Battalion of Highlanders, which served overseas. He died in Windsor at the age of 76.
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- Oct 23, 1874
- Oct 11, 1951
on July 23, 2013
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