John Brown (Canadian politician)
|Preceded by||Arthur Boyle|
|Succeeded by||Arthur Boyle|
|Born||23 December 1841
Wentworth County, Canada West
|Died||1 August 1905(aged 63)|
|Profession||miller, mining consultant, prospector|
John Brown (23 December 1841 - 1 August 1905) was a Liberal party member of the Canadian House of Commons. He was born in Wentworth County, Canada West and became a miller and mining consultant / prospector by career.
He became the Member of Parliament for Monck following his victory in the 1891 federal election. After several months service in the 7th Parliament, Brown was unseated the following year and replaced by Arthur Boyle in a 12 March 1892 by-election.
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