Ernest Frederick Armstrong

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Ernest Frederick Armstrong
Member of Parliament
for Timiskaming South
In office
1925 – 1926
Preceded by Created from Nipissing and Timiskaming ridings
Succeeded by Malcolm Lang
Personal details
Born July 14, 1878
Flesherton, Ontario, Canada
Died March 14, 1948
Political party Conservative
Profession dental surgeon

Ernest Frederick Armstrong (July 14, 1878 in Flesherton, Ontario, Canada – March 14, 1948) was a Canadian politician and dental surgeon. He was elected to the Canadian House of Commons in the 1925 election as a Member of the historical Conservative Party of Canada representing the riding of Timiskaming South. He was defeated in the 1926 election. He served during World War I as a commanding officer for 159th Battalion, Canadian Expeditionary Force and the 197th Regiment and also served with the 4th Division in France and Belgium.

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