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Arthur Sturgis Hardy

Arthur Sturgis Hardy

Photos by contributor Wayne Adam - Posted January, 2012

Arthur Sturgis Hardy Arthur Sturgis Hardy

Plaque Location

The County of Brant
In Mount Pleasant, inside a school on a corridor wall
to the right of the main entry
at 667 Mount Pleasant Road (Road 24)
on the west side, north of Road 26

There is another plaque at this location called
Dr. Augusta Stowe Gullen 1857-1943

Coordinates: N 43 04.908 W 80 18.745


Plaque Text

Provincial Secretary of
Ontario, 1877-89
Commissioner of Crown Lands,
Premier and Attorney General
of the Province, 1896-99
Born at Mount Pleasant,
14th December, 1837
Died in Toronto, 13th June, 1901

Related Ontario plaque
Honourable Arthur Sturgis Hardy 1837-1901



Brantford Plaques

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> Posted April 18, 2012
Judge Hardy was the great uncle of musician Haygood Hardy (The Homecoming), and the Hardy Road is named for him. He was instrumental in acquiring a Carnegie Library for Brantford -the original building on George Street is now part of Laurier University.

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