Lord Seaton had a long and busy army career, notably as a light infantry soldier. While he was Lieutenant Governor of Upper Canada he worked hard to encourage immigration from Britain and instigated much road and bridge building. He founded a college and acted as military commander in the 1837 rebellion.
1778 16th Feb. Born
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