Judge Albert Constantineau 1866 - 1944
This name is still tied with the French speaking people from Ontario.
Born in St-Eugène, Prescott county, Ontario, judge Albert Constantineau is the son of Georges Constantineau and Joséphine Roy. He makes his classical studies at Collège Bourget in Rigaud, Qué. He continues his studies at Osgoode Hall in Toronto, Ont.. He is admited as a lawyer on january 30, 1890. He marries on january 1891 with Alice McLauglin and a second time with Marie-Léonie-Imelda Charron on february 27, 1937.
During his life, he has been active in defending the french fact and french culture in Ontario and Canada.
Source: University of Ottawa, CRCCF, Fonds Association canadienne-française de l'Ontario