Azaire Adulphe Aubin

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Azaire Adolphe Aubin
Ontario MPP
In office
1908–1911
Preceded by Riding created
Succeeded by Zotique Mageau
Constituency Sturgeon Falls
In office
1905–1908
Preceded by Joseph Michaud
Succeeded by Riding abolished
Constituency Nipissing West
Personal details
Born (1850-08-06)August 6, 1850
Saint-Anicet, Huntingdon County, Canada East
Died March 27, 1932(1932-03-27) (aged 81)
Political party Conservative
Spouse(s) Louise Dumouchel (m. 1886)

Azaire Adolphe Aubin (August 6, 1850 – March 27, 1932) was an Ontario political figure. He represented Nipissing West and then Sturgeon Falls in the Legislative Assembly of Ontario as a Conservative member from 1905 to 1911.

He was born in Saint-Anicet, Huntingdon County, Canada East, the son of J. Aubin and educated in Montreal. In 1886, he married Louise Dumouchel. He died in 1932. He is buried at the Old St Mary's Roman Catholic Cemetery at Sturgeon Falls.[1]

His son Albert Zénophile later served in the provincial assembly.

References[edit]

  • Canadian Parliamentary Guide, 1905, AJ Magurn

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