Cuthbert James Grant, Jr. (1793 - 1854)

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Nicknames: "“Captain-General of all the Half-Breeds” and Warden of the Plains"
Place of Burial: St Frances Xavier, Man, Canada
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Birthplace: Fort Tremblante, Rupert's Land, Canada
Death: Died in St François Xavier, Canada
Cause of death: Fell from a horse and did not recover
Occupation: fur trader, Métis leader, farmer, office holder, justice of the peace, and politician, Warden of the Plains
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About Cuthbert James Grant, Jr.

http://www.canadashistory.ca/Community/History-Heroes/Articles/Cuthbert-Grant-Advocate-Sandra-Horyski.aspx

Fur trader with North West Company; first leader of the Métis people. See above link.

Wikipedia contributors, 'Cuthbert Grant', Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia, 17 May 2012, 21:25 UTC, <http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Cuthbert_Grant&oldid=493091308> [accessed 6 July 2012]

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Cuthbert Grant II's Timeline

1793
1793
Rupert's Land, Canada
1814
May 22, 1814
Age 21
Fort Gibralter, NWT, Canada
1815
1815
Age 22
Qu'Appelle, SK, Canada
1819
1819
Age 26
1820
July 15, 1820
Age 27
1821
1821
Age 28
1823
1823
Age 30
1823
Age 30
1828
1828
Age 35
1832
March 4, 1832
Age 39