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Albert College was established as Belleville Seminary in 1857; its name was changed to Albert College in 1866, and it affiliated with Victoria University in 1884 and gave up its right to grant degrees, becoming a high school. Wikipedia article: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Albert_College_(Belleville,_Ontario)
Violet Pearl Hall was born in Latta in Thurlow Township, Hastings County, Ontario on 8 October 1903, the child of Walter Hall and Armenia (Hambly). She married Wilbert Welsh Elliott on 23 June 1926 at the United Church in Plainfield, Ontario. The couple had four children. Violet died on 30 July 1985 at the Belleville General Hospital. She was buried in the Victoria Cemetery in Thurlow Township.
- fl. 2019
- fl. 2020
Shelby Kramp-Neuman was born in Belleville, Ontario and raised in Madoc. She served on the Centre Hastings Municipal council for 15 years, serving on the Chamber of Commerce and various committees including Economic Development. She held the position of Deputy Mayor. Kramp-Neuman is the daughter of long-time federal and provincial politician Daryl Kramp.
Urban Amphias Hubble was a lumber merchant and cheese maker who lived in Faraday Township, Hastings County, Ontario. His parents were Amos Hubble and Mary Ann (Stenard).
- b. 1933
Gerald Egerton (Gerry) Boyce was born in Hamilton, Ontario in 1933. He graduated from McMaster University with a B.A. in History in 1955 and received an M.A. in History from the University of Manitoba in 1960.
Boyce taught for 32 years in secondary schools in the Quinte region. He retired in 1989 to concentrate on research and writing. His many publications include: Historic Hastings (1967), Hutton of Hastings (1972), The St. Andrew's Chronicles (1978), and Belleville: A Popular History (2008). He was a founding member of the Hastings County Historical Society in 1957 and has remained closely associated with the Society and its collections. He was instrumental in establishing the Hastings County Museum and the Community Archives of Belleville and Hastings County.
Ken Brown was born in Meaford, Ontario, on 28 December 1941, the child of Walter Brown and Peggy (Kent). He worked as a high school teacher and, after his retirement, as an archivist-historian for the Town of Deseronto. He died in Trenton, Ontario on 29 June 2019.
William Clements was the child of Thomas Clements and Rachel (Moffit). He operated a general store in Ivanhoe, Ontario from 1895 to 1945.
- fl. 2020
Joel Zemel is a researcher, historian and author based in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
- fl. 1986
Sarah Ketcheson was a Grade 6 student at Madoc Township Public School in 1986.
Annetta Brown was the owner and principal of the Ontario Business College in Belleville from 1963 to 1978. She was born Oris Annetta Mason in Belleville on 25 August 1911. She married Clifford Albert Brown in Kingston, Ontario in November 1935. Clifford died in 1974 and Annetta married Ernest Green in 1985. She died in Belleville on 15 June 2000.
- fl. 1961-2019
John Benson Kilpatrick and Jean (formerly Farmer) bought the house at 35 Linton Park Road in Belleville in 1961. They raised five children there and lived there until their deaths (in 2019 and 2014, respectively).
- fl. 1970s
Reg Roots was a photographer based at 22 Edgecombe Avenue, Toronto, Ontario.
Dora Mater was born on 6 November 1886, the child of Jacob Mater and Mary (Sider). She married George William Marr in Wainfleet, Ontario on 23 June 1920. She died on 26 April 1974.
- fl. 1942-1947
R. L. Taylor was the editor of The Deseronto Post newspaper between 1942 and 1947.
Maurice Leroy Detlor was born in Deseronto, Ontario, the child of Bismarck Detlor and Winnifred (formerly Moore). He married Ola Blanche Ostrander on June 30, 1932. He died on 8 September 1981.
Henry Meldrum Moore was born on 19 October 1882, the child of Henry Lemesieur Moore and Margaret (formerly Drysdale). He worked as a printer's apprentice and in 1908 he married Mabel Christina Coleman in Cookstown, Ontario. From 1919 to 1929 he was the publisher of The Deseronto Post newspaper. He died in Pembroke, Ontario on 4 April 1962.
Ernest Stewart Newport arrived in Canada in 1896 with a party of children on the SS Scotsman under the care of Rev. Robert Wallace of the Marchmont Home in Belleville. In the 1901 census he was living in South Fredericksburgh, Ontario as the adopted son of Lois Vanderwater. Lois died on 22 January 1915 and Newport moved to Deseronto, where he started The Deseronto Post newspaper. He married Nyeta Luella Windover in Napanee on 18 January 1917 and died of Spanish flu in Deseronto on 3 November 1918.
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- fl. 1997
BCIVS 2000 was a community campaign group formed with the aim of keeping the former Belleville Collegiate Institute and Vocational School building standing in Belleville, Ontario.