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Warren, Thomas Brimage, 1848-1904
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Thomas Brimage Warren born 1848, to father George Goss Warren (d.1864) in England. He first married Frances Marian Beater December 2, 1868 in Devon, England. The couple had three children, Herbert Brimage (b.1870), Franklin “Frankie” Maple (b. 1872), and Florence “Florrie” (b.1874). Frances and two of their children died in 1875 of diphtheria, and are buried in Mount Royal Cemetery, Montreal. Florence was sent to England to be raised by her grandmother and aunt. Thomas Brimage Warren married a second time to Mary Martha Hamilton (b.1854) on June 16, 1880 in Ontario. He and Mary Martha had two children, Tom Hamilton (1883-1940) and Herbert Lawrence (1881-1950).
Thomas Brimage Warren came to Canada as a young man and through out his life lived in both Coburg Ontario and Montreal Quebec. In both Quebec and Ontario, he worked as a commission merchant, and even operated his own brokerage, Warren & Co in London, Ont. Thomas was also the editor in chief of “The Patriot” a newspaper printed out of Montreal during the late 1800s. In 1899, he authored Canada: The Land of the Bright and Happy Homes a book about his love of Canada and its development into a fully-fledged country.
Thomas Brimage Warren died on May 11, 1904 and is buried with his first wife in Mount Royal Cemetery, Montreal.