Alfred John Boulton

Male 1858 -


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  • Name  Alfred John Boulton 
    Born  19 Jun 1858  Mara Township, Ontario County Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender  Male 
    Died  *news article Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID  I00197  Lee,Harrington,Clarke,Doherty & Extended Family Trees
    Last Modified  16 Jun 2014 

    Father  William Boulton,   b. 1830, Staffordshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Dec 1908, Toronto, Ontario Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Relationship  Natural 
    Mother  Margaret Dissette,   b. 1830, County Limerick, Ireland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1894 
    Relationship  Natural 
    Married  10 Aug 1854  Ontario, Canada Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID  F00080  Group Sheet

  • Genealogical Notes 
    • THE ORILLIA PACKET
      October 1, 1903
      AN ATHERLEY BOY
      Who Has Attained Celebrity In New York:
      The New York World of September 18th contains a portrait of Alfred J. Boulton, with the announcement that he is the choice of the Citizen's Union for the office of Sheriff. Mr. Boulton is a native of Atherley, a son of Mr. William Boulton, for many years a resident of Mara, and now an official in the Toronto Asylum. He is also a nephew of Mr. Geo. Boulton, of Atherley. The Citizen's union, it may be remarked, is an organization which has for its object clean politics for New York. The World says:---
      It has been determined by members of the Conference Committee of the Citizen's Union appointed last Monday night at the King County Convention, held in the Johnson Building, Brooklyn, to insist on the nomination of Alfred J. Boulton for Sheriff. It is not expected the leaders of either the Republican organization or the others interested in the cause of fusion will interpose any strong objection. Boulton has been interested in Citizen's Union and in kindred organizations since he came to Brooklyn, sixteen years ago. He has steadily refused to accept office. Two years ago former Lieutenant-Governor Woodruff asked him to accept the nomination for the office now sought for him by his friends, and he refused. Boulton was elected in 1901 President of the Social Reform Club. He has been Vice-President of New York Steriotypers' union, No. 1, for seven years, and has represented that organization as a delegate to the State Federation of Labour eight times. He is a member of the New York city branch of the National Civic Federation, and of the Get-Together Club. Boulton is a labour man. He has contributed to the Outlook and to other magazines on the effieciency of union labour. He has also delivered several addresses on "The Ethics of the Trades Union Movement." He is forty-five years old.


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