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John Mortimer Courtney, (July 22, 1838 – October 8, 1920) was a Canadian civil servant. Born in Penzance, England, the second son of John Sampson Courtney and Sarah Mortimer, Courtney worked in India with the Agra Bank and then in Australia. In 1869, he joined the Public Service of Canada working under John Langton as a chief clerk and assistant secretary to the Treasury Board. In 1878, he was promoted to deputy minister and ex officio deputy receiver general and secretary to the Treasury Board. He retired in 1906.

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  • John Mortimer Courtney, (July 22, 1838 – October 8, 1920) was a Canadian civil servant. Born in Penzance, England, the second son of John Sampson Courtney and Sarah Mortimer, Courtney worked in India with the Agra Bank and then in Australia. In 1869, he joined the Public Service of Canada working under John Langton as a chief clerk and assistant secretary to the Treasury Board. In 1878, he was promoted to deputy minister and ex officio deputy receiver general and secretary to the Treasury Board. He retired in 1906.
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  • John Mortimer Courtney, (July 22, 1838 – October 8, 1920) was a Canadian civil servant. Born in Penzance, England, the second son of John Sampson Courtney and Sarah Mortimer, Courtney worked in India with the Agra Bank and then in Australia. In 1869, he joined the Public Service of Canada working under John Langton as a chief clerk and assistant secretary to the Treasury Board. In 1878, he was promoted to deputy minister and ex officio deputy receiver general and secretary to the Treasury Board. He retired in 1906. His brother Leonard Courtney, 1st Baron Courtney of Penwith, was a British politician and man of letters. He was appointed Companion of the Order of St Michael and St George in 1898 and Companion of the Imperial Service Order in 1903.
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