Renison, Colonel George Everett Bristol

Identity area

Type of entity

Person

Authorized form of name

Renison, Colonel George Everett Bristol

Parallel form(s) of name

Standardized form(s) of name according to other rules

Other form(s) of name

  • Renison, George Everett Bristol

Identifiers for corporate bodies

Description area

Dates of existence

1918?-1998

History

Colonel George Everett Bristol Renison is the youngest son of the Reverend Robert John Renison and his wife Elizabeth Bristol Renison. He was born in 1918 in Hamilton Ontario while his father served as an Anglican Chaplain to the Canadian Expeditionary forces. He was a war hero and former prisoner of war during World War II. He was the Chairman and founder of W.H. Smith Canada and Chancellor of Renison University College from 1986-1992 and honourary Chancellor until his death in 1998.

Places

Hamilton (On.)
Vancouver (On.)
Port Hope (On.)
Trinity College School (Port Hope, On.)
Toronto (On.)
Waterloo (On.)

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Internal structures/genealogy

General context

Relationships area

Related entity

Renison, Robert John Bristol, [1916-1984] ([1916-1984])

Identifier of the related entity

REN BRC 5

Category of the relationship

hierarchical

Dates of the relationship

1918-1984

Description of relationship

Robert John Bristol Renison was the older brother of Colonel George Everett Bristol Renison.

Related entity

Reverend Robert John Renison Fonds (2014-)

Identifier of the related entity

REN BRC

Category of the relationship

family

Dates of the relationship

1918-1998

Description of relationship

George Everett Bristol Renison was the youngest son of the Reverend Robert John Renison and his wife Elizabeth Bristol Renison.

Related entity

Renison, Elizabeth Bristol (1885 - 1975) ((1885- 1975))

Identifier of the related entity

REN BRC 2

Category of the relationship

family

Dates of the relationship

1918-1975

Description of relationship

Elizabeth Bristol Renison was the mother of Colonel George Everett Bristol Renison

Related entity

Renison, Robert J. (Robert John). Metropolitan of Ontario. ([1875-1957])

Identifier of the related entity

REN BRC 1

Category of the relationship

family

Dates of the relationship

Description of relationship

Related entity

Bristol, Everett

Identifier of the related entity

REN BRC 15

Category of the relationship

family

Dates of the relationship

Description of relationship

Maternal Uncle to George Everett Bristol Renison

Related entity

Board of Governors Renison College (1959-2008)

Identifier of the related entity

REN RUC 5

Category of the relationship

hierarchical

Type of relationship

Board of Governors Renison College is controlled by Renison, Colonel George Everett Bristol

Dates of the relationship

1986-1998

Description of relationship

Colonel George Everett Bristol Renison was the Chancellor of Renison College and the Board of Governors from 1986-1992 and Honorary Chancellor from 1992-1998.

Related entity

Renison College (January 14, 1959-July 9, 2008)

Identifier of the related entity

REN RUC 2

Category of the relationship

associative

Type of relationship

Renison College is the associate of Renison, Colonel George Everett Bristol

Dates of the relationship

1986-1992

Description of relationship

Colonel George Everett Renison, the son of the Reverend Robert John Renison, was Chancellor of Renison College from 1986-1992.

Related entity

University of Waterloo (1957-)

Identifier of the related entity

REN RUC 1

Category of the relationship

associative

Type of relationship

University of Waterloo is the associate of Renison, Colonel George Everett Bristol

Dates of the relationship

Description of relationship

Colonel George Everett Renison received an honorary degree from the University of Waterloo

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Occupations

Control area

Authority record identifier

REN BRC 4

Institution identifier

REN

Rules and/or conventions used

RAD
ISAAR

Status

Draft

Level of detail

Partial

Dates of creation, revision and deletion

09.03.2014 (revision)

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