Wilbert Ross Aylesworth

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Wilbert Ross Aylesworth
Member of Parliament
for Frontenac—Addington
In office
1940–1945
Preceded by Angus Neil McCallum
Succeeded by Wilbert Ross Aylesworth
In office
1945 – 1949
Preceded by Wilbert Ross Aylesworth
Succeeded by Wilbert Ross Aylesworth
In office
1949 – 1953
Preceded by Wilbert Ross Aylesworth
Succeeded by Riding abloshed; re-distributed into Hastings—Frontenac and Kingston
Personal details
Born 1892
Died February 5, 1973 (aged 81)
Political party Conservative, National Government, Progressive Conservative
Profession farmer, lawyer

Wilbert Ross Aylesworth (1892 – February 5, 1973) was a Canadian politician, farmer and merchant. He was elected in 1940 as a Member of the National Government to the Canadian House of Commons to represent the riding of Frontenac—Addington. He was re-elected to the same riding in 1945 and 1949 as a Member of the Progressive Conservative. He also ran for election for Frontenac—Addington as a Conservative but lost and ran in 1953 for the riding of Kingston but lost again. Prior to his federal political career, he was elected to Kingston Township, Ontario as councillor, reeve and deputy reeve between 1924 and 1940. He was also a councillor in Frontenac County, Ontario between 1926 and 1940.

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