George Rennie (Canadian politician)
George S. Rennie
|Member of Parliament|
for Hamilton East
September 1926 – October 1930
|Preceded by||Sydney Chilton Mewburn|
|Succeeded by||Humphrey Mitchell|
George Septimus Rennie
23 July 1866
Hamilton, Canada West
|Died||13 October 1930 (aged 64)|
Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
m. 30 May 1899
|Profession||coroner, physician, surgeon|
George Septimus Rennie CMG (23 July 1866 – 13 October 1930) was a Conservative member of the House of Commons of Canada. He was born in Hamilton, Canada West and became a coroner, physician and surgeon.
Rennie attended schools at Hamilton then Toronto where he received his first medical degrees at Toronto's Trinity Medical College. He proceeded to further studies in London where he received the Royal College of Physicians licentiate (LRCP) diploma. He received his LRCS licence at Edinburgh. Rennie studied further at Paris and Vienna.
He served in the military from 1894 through World War I in a variety of postings, attaining the rank of colonel in 1915. He was appointed a Companion of the Order of St Michael and St George in the 1918 New Year Honours for his work with the Army Medical Corps.
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