Seymour, Frederick


Seymour, Frederick
   Succeeded Sir James Douglas as governor of British Columbia, and arrived in the colony, April, 1864. Had previously been governor of British Honduras. On the union of Vancouver Island and British Columbia in 1866 became governor of the united colonies. In the spring of 1869 visited several Indian tribes on the coast; taken ill, and died at Bella Bella, June 10, 1869.
   Index: Md Governor of British Columbia, death of, 149.
   Bib.: Begg, History of British Columbia.

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