Henry Lovell

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(Not to be confused with May Brahe, a female Australian music composer who published some of her work under the pseudonym Henry Lovell)

Henry Lovell
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Member of the Canadian Parliament
for Stanstead
In office
1900–1907
Preceded by Alvin Head Moore
Succeeded by Charles Henry Lovell
Member of the Legislative Assembly of Quebec for Stanstead
In office
1878–1881
Preceded by John Thornton
Succeeded by John Thornton
Personal details
Born (1828-06-13)June 13, 1828
Barnston, Lower Canada
Died December 4, 1907(1907-12-04) (aged 79)
Coaticook, Quebec
Political party Liberal Party of Canada
Other political
affiliations
Quebec Liberal Party
Children Charles Henry Lovell
Moodie Brock Lovell

Henry Lovell (June 13, 1828 – December 4, 1907) was a Canadian politician. Born in Barnston, Stanstead County, Lower Canada, the son of William Lovell and Mary Hanson, Lovell was a farmer and merchant. He moved to Coaticook, Quebec in 1867. He was a municipal councilor in Coaticook from 1876 to 1885 and again from 1888 to 1891. He was mayor from 1874 to 1875 and from 1886 to 1887. He was elected to the Legislative Assembly of Quebec in 1878 for the riding of Stanstead. A Quebec Liberal, he was defeated in 1881 and 1886. He was elected to the Canadian House of Commons for Stanstead in 1900. A Liberal, he was re-elected in 1904. He died while in office in 1907. His son, Charles Henry Lovell, was elected in the 1908 by-election following the death of his father. His other son, Moodie Brock Lovell, was a Member of the Legislative Assembly of Quebec.

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