Bowman Brown Law
|Bowman Brown Law|
|Member of the Canadian Parliament
December 3, 1902 – February 3, 1916
|Preceded by||Thomas Barnard Flint|
|Succeeded by||The electoral district was abolished in 1914.|
July 29, 1855|
Douglas, Massachusetts, US
|Died||February 3, 1916
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
Bowman Brown Law (July 29, 1855 – February 3, 1916) was a Canadian politician.
Early life and education
Born in Douglas, Massachusetts, United States, the son of William and Mary Law, the father of Irish and the mother of American descent, Law was brought to Yarmouth, Nova Scotia by his parents when he was young.
A merchant, he was first elected to the Canadian House of Commons for Yarmouth in a 1902 by-election held on December 3, 1902 when the sitting MP, Thomas Barnard Flint, was appointed Clerk of the House of Commons. A Liberal, he was re-elected in 1904, 1908 and 1911.
- Bowman Brown Law – Parliament of Canada biography
- The Canadian Parliament; biographical sketches and photo-engravures of the senators and members of the House of Commons of Canada. Being the tenth Parliament, elected November 3, 1904
- History of Nova Scotia (Volume 3) (1916)
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