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Elizabeth Posthuma Simcoe (22 September 1762 – 17 January 1850) was a British artist and diarist in colonial Canada. She was the wife of John Graves Simcoe, the first Lieutenant Governor of Upper Canada.

Elizabeth Posthuma Simcoe (22 September 1762 – 17 January 1850) was a British artist and diarist in colonial Canada. She was born Elizabeth Posthuma Gwillim in the village of Whitchurch, Herefordshire, England, daughter of Lieutenant Colonel Thomas Gwillim and Elizabeth Spinckes. Her father died before her birth, and her mother died shortly afterwards.

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Simcoe, Elizabeth, 1766-1850; Robertson, J. Ross (John Ross), 1841-1918. He has been working on an academic publication entitled about Upper Canada and requires portraits of elite members of society.

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Elizabeth Simcoe, first lady of Upper Canada (The Canadians): ISBN 9780889022041 (978-0-88902-204-1) Softcover, Fitzhenry & Whiteside, 1974. Henry Larsen (The Canadians). ISBN 9780889022300 (978-0-88902-230-0) Softcover, Fitzhenry & Whiteside, 1980. Find signed collectible books: 'Henry Larsen (The Canadians)'. John M Bassett at LibraryThing.

Bassett, John M. The Canadians: Elizabeth Simcoe First Lady of Upper Canada. Fitzhenry & Whiteside Lt. Don Mills, 1974. Frayer, Mary Beacock. Elizabeth Posthuma Simcoe 1796-1850: A Biography. Duncan Press: Toronto, 1989

Bassett, John M. Duncan Press: Toronto, 1989. Garrod, Stan et al. Canada: A Growth of a Nation. Fitzhenry & Whiteside: Markham, 1989. Heritage of Canada: Our Storied Past and Where to Find It. Reader's Digest Association: Montreal, 1978. St. Martin's Press: New York, 1965

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Elizabeth Simcoe (September 22, 1762 – January 17, 1850) was an artist and diarist in colonial Canada. Her father died before her birth, and her mother died shortly afterwards

Elizabeth Simcoe (1766-1850).

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Lady Elizabeth Simcoe's legacy also includes a series of 595 water-colour paintings . Simcoe - can refer to any of the following people: John Graves Simcoe, the first lieutenant governor of Upper Canada, now modern day southern Ontario, Canada.

Lady Elizabeth Simcoe's legacy also includes a series of 595 water-colour paintings that depict the Town of York. The Scarborough, Ontario district of the Greater Toronto Area was named after Scarborough, England. The townships of North, East and West Gwillimbury, just south of Lake Simcoe in central Ontario, are also named for the family. Elizabeth Simcoe, the wife of John Graves Simcoe. Anthony Simcoe, an actor.


Elizabeth Simcoe, first lady of Upper Canada (The Canadians) download epub
World Literature
Author: John M Bassett
ISBN: 0889022046
Category: Literature & Fiction
Subcategory: World Literature
Language: English
Publisher: Fitzhenry & Whiteside (1974)