Bastedo, Frank Lindsay, 1886-1973

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Bastedo, Frank Lindsay, 1886-1973

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  • Bastedo, Frank L., 1886-1973
  • Lindsay Bastedo, Frank, 1886-1973
  • Frank Lindsay Bastedo, 1886-1973
  • Frank L. Bastedo, 1886-1973

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1886-1973

History

Frank Lindsay Bastedo was born in Bracebridge, Ontario on September 10, 1886 to David Edgar Bastedo and Elizabeth Ann Bastedo. After Bastedo received his primary education in Bracebridge, he took a commercial course at the Central Business College in Toronto that led him to spend a year working for newspapers. In 1904, he began to study law in the office O.M. Arnold of Bracebridge and was called to the Ontario bar on May 21, 1909, graduating from Osgoode Hall Law School. In the same year, he graduated with a Bachelor of Laws from the University of Toronto. In December 1909, Bastedo formed a partnership with Mr. Hodgins and Mr. Angus C. Heighinton that lasted until July 1, 1911 when he decided to move to Regina, Saskatchewan and (at the request of Norman Mackenzie) join the firm of Mackenzie, Brown, Thom, McMorran and MacDonald, The firm has evolved to be known as Mackenzie, Thom, Bastedo, Jackson.

Outside of his legal activities, Bastedo went on to serve as president of the Regina Federal Conservative Association, director on the Regina Board of Trade, and member of the Assiniboia Club, Wascana Country Club, Regina Boat Club, and the Canadian Club of Regina (the later of which he served as president in 1920). In addition, he would hold executive positions on the Saskatchewan and Regina bar associations.

On July 12, 1911, Bastedo married Alma Anderson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Anderson of Toronto; Alma was a graduate of the University of Toronto from 1909. Together they had four children: Dorothy Alma, Edgar Frank, Jean Ann Clementina, and Donald Lou Alexander.

Following Alma's death in 1938, he subsequently married Lillian Martha Bastedo in 1938.

Frank Bastedo died in Victoria, British Columbia on February 15, 1973.

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Married to Alma Alberta Anderson, 1911-1938.
Married to Lillian Martha Michaelis, 1938-1973.

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Provincial Archives of Saskatchewan

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  • English

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  • Latin

Sources

Hawkes, John. Saskatchewan and its People, volume 3. Chicago: The S.J. Publishing Company.

Find a Grave, database and images. Memorial page for Frank Lindsay Bastedo (19 Sep 1886–15 Feb 1973), Find a Grave Memorial no. 117736910. Retrieved from https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/117736910/frank-lindsay-bastedo.

Find a Grave, database and images. Memorial page for Alma Anderson Bastedo (15 Jun 1886–25 May 1935), Find a Grave Memorial ID 104831450. Retrieved from https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/104831450/alma-bastedo.

Find a Grave, database and images. Memorial page for Lillian Martha Bastedo (unknown–25 Jul 1977), Find a Grave Memorial ID 117736911. Retrieved from https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/117736911/lillian-martha-bastedo.

United Empire Loyalists' Association of Canada. Loyalists, Pioneers and Settlers of the West. 2006. Retrieved from http://www.uelac.org/education/WesternResource/Western-Resource.php.

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