Here are 30 famous musicians from Canada died at 72:
Jack Adams (June 14, 1895 Fort William, Ontario-May 1, 1968 Detroit) was a Canadian personality.
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Timothy Eaton (March 1, 1834 Ballymena-January 31, 1907 Toronto) was a Canadian personality. His child is John Craig Eaton.
He died as a result of pneumonia.
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John Abbott (March 12, 1821 Saint-André-d'Argenteuil, Quebec-October 30, 1893 Montreal) otherwise known as John Caldwell Abbott, John J.C. Abbott, John Joseph Abbott, John Joseph Caldwell Abbot, John Joseph Caldwell Abbott, Sir John Abbott or Sir John Joseph Caldwell Abbott was a Canadian politician and lawyer.
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Lorne Greene (February 12, 1915 Ottawa-September 11, 1987 Santa Monica) otherwise known as Lyon Chaim Green O.C., LL.D., Lyon Himan Greene, The Voice of Doom, The Voice of Canada, Lyon Himan "Chaim" Green, Lyon Chaim Green, Chaim, Lyon Himan Green, Lyon Himan "Chaim" Greene, Lorne Green, Hyman or Lyon Himan Green, OC was a Canadian actor and musician. He had three children, Gillian Greene, Belinda Susan Bennet and Charles Greene.
Discography: Bonanza: A Ponderosa Party (3 of 4), Bonanza: A Ponderosa Party (2 of 4) and The Man.
He died in pneumonia.
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Laurence Manning (July 20, 1899 Saint John-April 10, 1972) was a Canadian writer and entrepreneur.
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Elizabeth Smart (December 27, 1913 Ottawa-March 4, 1986 London) was a Canadian writer and novelist.
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Rosemary Brown (June 17, 1930 Kingston-April 26, 2003 Vancouver) was a Canadian personality.
She died in myocardial infarction.
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Norman McLaren (April 11, 1914 Stirling-January 27, 1987 Montreal) also known as McLaren, N. McLaren or Norman McLaren, CC, CQ was a Canadian film director, film producer, animator, film score composer, film editor, cinematographer and screenwriter.
He died in myocardial infarction.
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Gerald Merrithew (September 23, 1931 Saint John-September 5, 2004 Saint John) was a Canadian politician. He had one child, Lisa Michelle Merrithew.
He died in cancer.
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Johnny Wayne (May 28, 1918 Toronto-July 18, 1990) also known as Louis Weingarten was a Canadian comedian.
He died caused by brain tumor.
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Hugh Hood (April 30, 1928 Toronto-August 1, 2000) was a Canadian writer and novelist.
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Hugh Allan (September 29, 1810 Saltcoats-December 9, 1882 Edinburgh) was a Canadian financier and business magnate. He had one child, H. Montagu Allan.
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John Black Aird (May 5, 1923 Toronto-May 6, 1995) was a Canadian lawyer.
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George William Ross (September 18, 1841 North Middlesex, Ontario-March 7, 1914 Toronto) a.k.a. George W. Ross was a Canadian personality. His child is Duncan Campbell Ross.
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Frank Moores (February 18, 1933 Carbonear-July 10, 2005 Perth) was a Canadian personality.
He died caused by cancer.
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Sarto Fournier (February 15, 1908 East Broughton, Quebec-July 23, 1980 Ottawa) was a Canadian lawyer and politician.
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John Munro (March 16, 1931 Hamilton-August 19, 2003 Hamilton) was a Canadian politician and lawyer.
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Robert Rogers (March 2, 1864-July 21, 1936) was a Canadian personality.
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Peter Veniot (October 4, 1863 Richibucto-July 6, 1936 Bathurst) was a Canadian personality.
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Charles Fisher (August 15, 1808 Fredericton-December 8, 1880 Fredericton) was a Canadian personality.
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Neil McLeod (December 15, 1842 Uigg, Prince Edward Island-October 19, 1915 Summerside) was a Canadian judge and politician.
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William Cornelius Van Horne (February 3, 1843 Frankfort-September 11, 1915 Montreal) was a Canadian personality.
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Thomas Heath Haviland (November 13, 1822 Charlottetown-September 11, 1895 Charlottetown) was a Canadian politician.
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Sam Langford (March 4, 1883 Weymouth Falls, Nova Scotia-January 12, 1956 Cambridge) also known as Samuel E. Langford, The Boston Tar Baby, Greatest Fighter Nobody Knows, "The Boston Bonecrusher,", The Boston Terror or Samuel "Sam" E. Langford was a Canadian actor and professional boxer.
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Ken Campbell (January 15, 1934-August 28, 2006 Delta) was a Canadian politician.
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Sylvio Mantha (April 14, 1902 Montreal-August 7, 1974 Montreal) was a Canadian personality.
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Seymour J. Farmer (June 20, 1878 Cardiff-January 16, 1951 Winnipeg) also known as Seymour Farmer or Mayor Seymour J. Farmer was a Canadian personality.
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Lloyd Stinson (February 29, 1904 Treherne-August 28, 1976 Vancouver) was a Canadian politician and minister.
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James Jerome (March 4, 1933 Kingston-August 21, 2005) otherwise known as Judge James Jerome was a Canadian judge and politician.
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James Allison Glen (December 18, 1877-June 28, 1950) was a Canadian personality.
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