Richard Bladworth Angus
Richard Bladworth Angus, banker (b at Bathgate, Scot 28 May 1831; d at Senneville, Qué 17 Sept 1922). Trained in a Manchester bank, he immigrated to Québec in 1857 and joined the BANK OF MONTREAL and became its general manager in 1869. He then served as vice-president of the St Paul Minneapolis and Manitoba Railroad, 1879-83. A business associate of George STEPHEN, he was one of the founding directors of the CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY and a member of its executive committee, 1881-1922. He played an active role in CPR affairs and acted as an important link with the Bank of Montreal, of which he was president 1910-15.