- For the American university president, see Robert A. Corrigan.
Robert's family immigrated to Canada sometime after 1831 and settled on lots in Saint-Sylvestre, Lower Canada a predominantly Roman Catholic area. He became a farmer there and converted to Anglicanism. This caused a great deal of strife and led, at least indirectly, to his death from a vicious beating.
He was buried 27 October in Leeds, Lower Canada.
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