MacDonald, Robert Tyne Ernest MacLeod

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MacDonald, Robert Tyne Ernest MacLeod

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Robert Tyne Ernest MacDonald was born in Ellerslie, Alberta, in 1849. He graduated from the Faculty of Medicine of McGill University in 1881 and practiced medicine the Eastern Townships, residing in Sutton, Sutton, Quebec. During WWI, he served as a medical doctor in Quebec City, where he was honorary colonel. He was also the chief doctor of the Eastern Division of the Canadian Pacific, retiring around 1922. He lost two sons in France during WWI.

He was well known in Newport, Vermont, where he consulted with local doctors. He died in 1932.


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Obituary, Newport Express and Standard, 26 Feb 1932.

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