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BOOK - The Roll of Pupils of Upper Canada College Toronto, January 1830 to June 1916
Edited by the Old Boys' Association by the Honorary Corresponding Secretary A. H. Young
Originally published by Hanson, Crozier and Edgar, Kingston Ontario 1917
This edition published by Global Heritage Press, Milton, 2009


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The Roll of Pupils of Upper Canada College Toronto lists every student who attended Upper Canada College from the school's beginnings in January 1830 until June 1916. More than just a list of student names, the book provides more information about individual students, usually including:
  • Birth date
  • Date of entering Upper Canada College
  • Date of leaving or graduation from Upper Canada College
  • Name of previous school
  • Name of next school
  • Student's father's name
  • Student's father's location
  • Student's father's profession
  • Student addresses for "home"
  • Student addresses for "where found during school term"
In many cases there are more details included about individual students after they left Upper Canada College including their location, profession and details of their death (date and circumstances).

Contents include:
  • Introduction [history of Upper Canada College]
  • Governing Bodies
  • Former Chairmen of the Board of Governors
  • The Present Board of Governors [1917]
  • The Old Boys' Association
  • Officers of The Old Boys Association
  • Key to Entries
  • The Founder
  • Chronological List of Principles
  • Alphabetical List of Principles and Masters [including biographical information]
  • Registrars and Bursars [listed by year]
  • Lady Superintendents, Matrons, and Housekeepers [listed by year]
  • Stewards, Upper Canada College [listed by year]
  • Gymnasium and Drill Instructors [listed by year]
  • Janitors, Porters, Messengers, Engineers and Gardeners [listed by year]
  • Head Boys of the School [listed by year]
  • Mason Medallists [listed by year]
  • Cricket [no full listing, only premier players]
  • Old Boys and Present Pupils, January 1830 to June 1916 [including biographical information]
  • Appendix I - Boys who entered the school since June 1916[but before publishing in 1917]
  • Appendix II - Did not Attend [persons thought ot have attended but for whom there is no docuemntary record]
  • Appendix III - Person who appear in the Registers as having attended for as litle as a few days or those who made enquiries but did not register
  • Appendix IV - On Active Service [Students and "Old Boys" who were away on military service when the book was published in 1917]
  • Appendix V - Miltitary distinctions [Masters and Old Boys]
  • Appendix VI - "And how can a man die better?" [List of students, Old Boys, and Masters who died in military service as of 1917]
  • Appendix VII - Additions and Corrections
  • General Index
Beyond the valuable information provided about the students of the college, the book offers a history of the school and lists of governors, principles, and masters who were employed at the school during the time period. Many of the accomplishments and/or backgrounds of the masters are recorded in great detail, others in less detail.

  • 698 pages
  • 6.5 X 9.5"
  • Hardcover - premium binding (black Tanotex, deeply grained, gold foil lettering)

  • Originally published by Hanson, Crozier and Edgar, Kingston, 1917
  • This facsimile reprint by Global Heritage Press, Milton

  • Published, October 10, 2009

  • ISBN 978-1-926797-00-7 (hardcover book)
  • Book on CD edition is fully searchable (pdf)






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