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Francis Peak (Alberta)

  • 2450 m (8,038ft)
  • Naming History
54.0450N -119.920W
Located south of Francis Creek Peak; adjacent to Mount May

Province: Alberta
Headwater: Smoky
Year Named: 1926
Named by: V. Ernest J. May (Chief Map Draughtsman, Topographical Surveys)
Named for: May, Private Francis Loren (Pte. May and his brother George were both killed in France during WW I. George Peak and Francis Peak were named in their honour by their Uncle Ernest. Prior to the war Francis was employed with a topographical survey party.

Please note that there is a Francis Peak in British Columbia.