Bibliography: p. 160-162.
|Statement||by Frank Galgay.|
|LC Classifications||F1032.S54 G35 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 162 p. :|
|Number of Pages||162|
|ISBN 10||0919095879, 0919095941|
|LC Control Number||86215159|
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Sir Ambrose Shea. Born in Newfoundland, 17 Sept., ; d. in London, 30 July, At the age of twenty-two he embarked successfully in journalism for a period of eight years, and thereafter devoted himself to mercantile pursuits. In he was elected to the House of Assembly of Newfoundland and, with the exception of a short period in , he was continuously a member until Source: Link. SHEA, Sir AMBROSE, newspaperman, businessman, politician, and governor of the Bahamas; baptized 15 May in St John’s, fifth son of Henry Shea* and Eleanor Ryan; m. first 24 June Isabella Nixon (d. ) in New York City; m. secondly 26 Nov. Louisa M. Hart, née Bouchette, in Quebec City; there were no children of either marriage; d. 30 July in London, . Sir Ambrose Shea was born on Septem to Henry Shea and Eleanor Ryan. He worked on The Newfoundlander a newspaper that had been owned by his family before he went into business. By the 's he was a merchant who also dealt with insurance . Ambrose Shea was one of two Newfoundland delegates to the Québec Conference. He was a successful businessman and supporter of the rights of Newfoundlanders. He later went on to become governor of the Bahamas. Ambrose Shea was born in St. John's, Newfoundland, the son of Henry Shea and Eleanor Ryan.
The Life and Times of St. Ambrose, Volume 1 Books for college libraries The Life and Times of St. Ambrose, Frederick Homes Dudden: Author: Frederick Homes Dudden: Publisher: Clarendon Press, Original from: the University of California: Digitized: Dec 8, Length: pages: Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefMan. "The Life and Times of Sir Ambrose Shea", , Frank Galgay, 5-Fair Subtitled "Father of Confederation". A boring biography, stiff in style, and rarely using a word like "he" when "Shea" or "Ambrose Shea" or "Sir Ambrose Shea" could be inserted instead. Sir Ambrose Shea by Chrysostom Schreiner. In he was appointed Governor of the Bahama Islands, and in that position achieved signal success in breathing new life and activity into a commercially stagnant colony. He initiated the sisal fibre industry, organized a public bank, laid the Bahamas-Florida cable, and fostered commercial. Ambrose Shea By: Nga Ta Previous Jobs Shea was a Newspaperman at his family company he became a businessman He was a merchant like his father and helped run the island he then became a lwayer which led him to politics Marriage In November 26 he married Louisa Hart Early Life.