A.C. Talbot

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A.C. Talbot, ALS
Known for ALSA President, 1915

Albert C. Talbot was born in Montmagny, Quebec in 1856 and was educated at the Montmagny College.

He received his commission as a Dominion Land Surveyor in 1877 and for a number of years was engaged in surveys in the North-West Territory. He was at the head of a party engaged on the survey of the international boundary between British Columbia and Alaska. In 1902, he became Examiner of Surveys for Alberta, which position he held until 1925.

He was a charter member of the Alberta Land Surveyors’ Association and president of the ALSA in 1915.

He died on June 12, 1929 in Calgary after a three week illness.