General John Fortescue
Foulkes
Male
Canada
1872-07-10
London, England
1948-06-22
Hampshire, England


About

English-born, but emigrated to Canada in 1891. At the time of the 1921 Census of Canada he was living in the district of Kingston in southern Ontario with his American-born wife Margaret Foulkes (née Thomas) and two children, a son called Fortescue and a daughter, Francesca.

In the same census John Foulkes gives his occupation as officer. He had served in the Canadian army before and during World War I. During the war he achieved the rank of Major in the Canadian Service Corps (4th Canadian Division). He had previously often been referred to as Captain Foulkes. He was appointed a Chevalier de la Légion d'Honneur for services during World War I.



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Archive statistics 1891 - 1921
18
97
74


Tournament wins 1910 - Canadian International Championships ()
1909 - Canadian International Championships ()
1907 - Canadian National Championships (Open)
1900 - British Columbia Championship (Open)
1899 - British Columbia Championship (Open)
1899 - Washington State Championships (Open)
1899 - Pacific Northwest (Open)
1898 - British Columbia Championship (Open)
1897 - British Columbia Championship (Open)
1897 - Pacific Northwest (Open)
1896 - Washington State Championships (Open)
1896 - British Columbia Championship (Open)
1895 - British Columbia Championship (Open)
1895 - Pacific Northwest (Open)
1894 - British Columbia Championship (Open)
1894 - Pacific Northwest (Open)
1892 - British Columbia Championship (Open)
1892 - Pacific Northwest (Open)


Tournaments Canadian International Championships - 1921 Ontario Championships - 1921 Wimbledon - 1913 Canadian International Championships - 1912 British Columbia Championship - 1911 Washington State Championships - 1911 Canadian International Championships - 1910 Canadian International Championships - 1909 Niagara International Tournament - 1909 Wimbledon - 1908 Canadian International Championships - 1908 Olympics, Olympic Games - 1908 Mid-Kent Championships - 1908 Durham County Championships - 1908 Province of Quebec Championships - 1907 Niagara International Tournament - 1907 Canadian National Championships - 1907 British Columbia Championship - 1901 British Columbia Championship - 1900 Washington State Championships - 1900 Pacific Northwest - 1900 British Columbia Championship - 1899 Washington State Championships - 1899 Pacific Northwest - 1899 British Columbia Championship - 1898 British Columbia Championship - 1897 Washington State Championships - 1897 Pacific Northwest - 1897 British Columbia Championship - 1896 Washington State Championships - 1896 Pacific Northwest - 1896 British Columbia Championship - 1895 Washington State Championships - 1895 Pacific Northwest - 1895 British Columbia Championship - 1894 Pacific Northwest - 1894 British Columbia Championship - 1893 Pacific Northwest - 1893 British Columbia Championship - 1892 Pacific Northwest - 1892 British Columbia Championship - 1891

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