Aurore!  The Mystery of the Martyred Child

Maître Arthur Fitzpatrick

[ Maître Arthur Fitzpatrick, Le Soleil (Québec),   ]Crown Prosecutor. Born on June 16, 1884, in Quebec City, he was a lawyer. His father was the Honourable Sir Charles Fitzpatrick, Minister of Justice, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Canada and Lieutenant-Governor of the province of Quebec. His mother, Corinne Caron, was the daughter of the Honourable René-Édouard Caron, Minister, former Judge of the Superior Court and the Court of Appeal and the second Lieutenant-Governor of the province of Quebec. Arthur Fitzpatrick was admitted to the Bar in 1909 and was appointed King's Counsel in 1918. In 1929, he became a Judge in the Sessions of the Peace Court, a position he held until 1938, when he died.

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