Head, Francis Bond, Sir

Born: Jan 01, 1793 AD
Died: 1875 AD, at 82 years of age.

Nationality: Canadian
Categories: Administrators, Military Officer

Sir Francis Bond is a British army officer and reactionary colonial administrator in Canada.


1793 - Bond Head was born 1st of January.


1811-1825 - Served as soldier in the British army and attempted to set up a mining company in Argentina.


Married to Lady Bond Head, and had two children.


1836 - Appointed Lieutenant-Governor of Upper Canada.


1837 - Bond Head sent the colonial militia to put down the rebellion.


Lived at Duppas Hall, overlooking Duppas Hill in Croydon, where he organized protests against the proposed outlawing of horse-riding in the area.


1875 - Sir Francis Bond Head, 1st Baronet died 20th of July.




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