Chief Justice of Quebec

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The title of Chief Justice of Quebec (French: Juge en chef du Québec) is assumed by the chief justice of the Court of Appeal of Quebec.

Province of Quebec (1763-1791)
Lower Canada (1791-1841)
Part of the Province of Canada (1841-1867)
A province of Canada (since 1867).

Name Portrait Start[1] End
William Gregory[2] 1764 1766
William Hey[3][4] 3 February 1766 27 September 1774
Peter Livius[5][6] Peter Livius.jpg August 1776 1786
William Smith[7][8] William Smith (New York Judge, born 1728).jpg 2 November 1786 6 December 1793 (Died in office)
William Osgoode[9][10] William Osgoode.png 24 February 1794 1 May 1802
John Elmsley[11] John Elmsley.png 29 October 1802 29 April 1805
Henry Allcock 1 July 1805 22 February 1808(Died in office at Québec)
Jonathan Sewell[12] Jonsewell.jpg 22 August 1808 1838
Sir James Stuart[13] Sir James Stuart.jpg 22 October 1838 1853
Sir Louis-Hippolyte Lafontaine[14] Louis-Hippolyte Lafontaine.jpg 13 August 1853 1864
Jean-François-Joseph Duval Jean-François-Joseph Duval.png March 1864 1874
Sir Antoine-Aimé Dorion AntoineAimeDorion23.jpg 1 June 1874 31 May 1891
Sir Alexandre Lacoste AlexandreLacoste23.jpg 14 September 1891 24 January 1907
Sir Henri-Thomas Taschereau Henri-Thomas Taschereau.jpg 29 January 1907 11 November 1909
Sir Louis-Amable Jetté Louis-Amable Jette.jpg 16 November 1909 10 August 1911
Sir Horace Archambeault Horace Archambeault.jpg 10 August 1911 25 August 1918
Jean-Baptiste-Gustave Lamothe 19 September 1918 24 November 1922
Eugène Lafontaine 22 December 1922 19 September 1932
Sir Joseph-Mathias Tellier 21 September 1932 31 December 1942
Séverin Létourneau 9 January 1943 17 December 1949
Antonin Galipeault Antonin Galipeault.png 18 January 1950 1 March 1961
Lucien Tremblay 1 March 1961 1 July 1977
Édouard Rinfret 10 August 1977 12 May 1980
Marcel Crête 12 May 1980 11 mars 1988
Claude Bisson 24 May 1988 31 October 1994
Pierre A. Michaud 1 November 1994 20 June 2002
Michel Robert 25 June 2002 30 August 2011
Nicole Duval Hesler 7 October 2011

References[edit]

  1. ^ Date the person was appointed, sworn in or started exercising, depending on the sources
  2. ^ Audet, Francis-Joseph (1927). "Gregory, William, 1764-1766". Les juges en chef de la province de Québec, 1764–1924. Québec: L'Action Sociale. p. 7. 
  3. ^ Audet (1927), p. 13, Hey, William, 1766-1776.
  4. ^ in collaboration with; Marshall, Peter (1979). "Hey, William". In Halpenny, Francess G. Dictionary of Canadian Biography. IV (1771–1800) (online ed.). University of Toronto Press. 
  5. ^ Audet (1927), p. 18, Livius, Peter, 1777-1786.
  6. ^ Upton, L. F. S. (1983). "Livius, Peter". In Halpenny, Francess G. Dictionary of Canadian Biography. V (1801–1820) (online ed.). University of Toronto Press. 
  7. ^ Audet (1927), p. 25, Smith, William, 1786-1793.
  8. ^ Upton, L. F. S. (1979). "Smith, William (1728-93)". In Halpenny, Francess G. Dictionary of Canadian Biography. IV (1771–1800) (online ed.). University of Toronto Press. 
  9. ^ Audet (1927), p. 31, Osgoode, William, 1794-1802.
  10. ^ Mealing, S. R. (1987). "Osgoode, William". In Halpenny, Francess G. Dictionary of Canadian Biography. VI (1821–1835) (online ed.). University of Toronto Press. 
  11. ^ Firth, Edith G. (1983). "Elmsley, John". In Halpenny, Francess G. Dictionary of Canadian Biography. V (1801–1820) (online ed.). University of Toronto Press. 
  12. ^ Greenwood, F. Murray; Lambert, James H. (1988). "Sewell, Jonathan". In Halpenny, Francess G. Dictionary of Canadian Biography. VII (1836–1850) (online ed.). University of Toronto Press. 
  13. ^ Kolish, Evelyn (1985). "Stuart, Sir James". In Halpenny, Francess G. Dictionary of Canadian Biography. VIII (1851–1860) (online ed.). University of Toronto Press. 
  14. ^ Monet, Jacques (1976). "La Fountaine, Sir Kouis-Hippolyte". In Halpenny, Francess G. Dictionary of Canadian Biography. IX (1861–1870) (online ed.). University of Toronto Press. 

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