Ernest George Mardon

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Ernest George Mardon (born 1928) is a retired English professor who worked at the University of Lethbridge.[1] He has several dozen books, mostly on the history of Alberta, Canada.[1]

He served in the Middle East in the British Army as an officer.[citation needed] He is a scholar also in the area of Anglo-Saxon studies.[citation needed] In 2006 he was nominated for full membership in the International Astronomical Union.[citation needed] He currently lives in Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada.

Mardon's children include the Antarctican Austin Mardon.[2]

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  1. ^ a b "A Review of Community Names in Alberta". Canadian geographical journal (Royal Canadian Geographical Society). 88-89: 92. 1974. 
  2. ^ Dr. Austin Mardon, 2002 Distinguished Alumnus of the Year.

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