- 1881 Census, Ward 4, London, Middlesex, Ont., District 170 D, p. 36, Household 173
Alex G FENWICK M Male English 64 England Med. Pract Church of England
Caroline FENWICK M Female English 57 England Church of England
Louisa Ann FENWICK Female English 25 Q Church of England
Caroline H FENWICK Female English 18 Q Church of England [Emma Frances?]
1891 Census, Ontario, London City 89, Ward B, Div. 2, p. 2, Household 7
Fenwick, Alex George M 72 Married (born in England as were his parents)
Fenwick, Caroline F 69 Married Wife (born in England as were her parents)
Fenwick, Emma Frances F 29 Daughter (born in Quebec)
Dr. Alexander Greig Fenwick, Faculty of Medicine, Tenure 1890-1892
Dr. Alexander Greig Fenwick was born in England in 1818. His family settled in Quebec in 1824. He graduated from McGill University in 1840 with a degree in medicine and served as an assistant surgeon for five years.
Dr. Fenwick practiced in St. Andrew's, Quebec and in Three Rivers and was a Governor of the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Quebec. Dr. Fenwick met Bishop Isaac Hellmuth and was convinced to accept the position of Medical Officer at Hellmuth Boys' College in 1874.
Dr. Fenwick accepted the position of Chair of Medical Jurisprudence and Toxicology in 1883 and Dean of the Faculty of Medicine in 1890. Dr. Fenwick's position as Dean was short due to poor health. He died in 1894.
Dictionary of Canadian Biography Online
FENWICK, GEORGE EDGEWORTH, surgeon, educator, editor, and author; b. 8 Oct. 1825 at Quebec, son of Joseph Fenwick, assistant harbourmaster, and Margaret Elizabeth Greig; m. 1852 Eliza Charlotte de Hertel, and they had seven children, only one of whom survived their father; d. 26 June 1894 in Montreal.
George Edgeworth Fenwick was initially educated at the school of the Reverend James Ramsay, a Church of England priest at Quebec. Fenwick commenced his medical training in that city under James Douglas*, and in 1841 he served as an apothecary at the Marine and Emigrant Hospital under his brother, Alexander Greig, a house-surgeon.