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Frink, Henry Robert 'Bert'

  • Person
  • 1908-1988

Henry Robert 'Bert' Frink was born on 20 June 1908, the son of Wesley O. Frink and Sarah Amanda (Storey). He served as a major in the Royal Canadian Artillery in the Second World War. He worked as a teacher and principal in Belleville, retiring in 1971. Bert Frink was involved in the Moira River Conservation Authority from 1959 until his death, and was the chair of the organization in 1979 and 1980. He was instrumental in establishing educational programs for the organization. He donated the land for the H. R. Frink Centre which was named for him and was opened in 1972.

Hastings County Board of Education

  • Corporate body
  • 1968-1998

The Hastings County Board of Education covered both elementary and secondary public schools. In 1998 this board merged with the Prince Edward County Board of Education to form the Hastings and Prince Edward District School Board.

Bay of Quinte District High School Board

  • Corporate body
  • 1952-1968

The Bay of Quinte High School District came into being on 1 January 1952 as a partnership involving the City of Belleville and the Townships of Ameliasburgh, Thurlow, and Tyendinaga. in 1961 Sidney Township and the Village of Frankford joined the District. In 1968 this board was replaced by boards organized at the County level (the Hastings County Board of Education and the Prince Edward County Board of Education).

Ross, Robert

  • Person
  • fl. 1969

Robert Ross was a geography teacher at Quinte Secondary School in Belleville, Ontario.

Finch, George

  • Person
  • fl.1937

George Finch was a jeweller specializing in watches, with a store at 212 Front Street, Belleville, Ontario.

Ostrom, Henry

  • Person
  • 1861-1941

Henry Egerton Foster Ostrom was a teacher and evangelist minister. He married Mary Emily McCullough in Prince Edward County, Ontario, on 21 July 1886 and died in Greencastle, Indiana, on 20 December 1941.

Tickell, George Skinner

  • Person
  • 1829-1899

George Skinner Tickell was born in England in 1829. He became apprenticed to a cabinet maker in 1843. He and his wife Hannah arrived in Canada in 1857 and George established a furniture manufacturing business in Belleville with a factory on Foundry Street and a store on Front Street.

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