Frederick Robert Cromwell
|Frederick Robert Cromwell|
|Member of the Canadian Parliament|
|Preceded by||Aylmer Byron Hunt|
|Succeeded by||Aylmer Byron Hunt|
May 13, 1872|
Leeds, Megantic County, Quebec
|Died||October 16, 1950(aged 78)|
Born in Leeds, Megantic County, Quebec, the son of Thomas and Elizabeth (Kinnear) Cromwell, Cromwell was educated at public schools. He was mayor of Clinton, Quebec in 1902, a councilor in Eaton, Quebec in 1907, and a councilor in Cooksville, Quebec from 1909 to 1912. A farmer and manager, he was elected to the House of Commons of Canada for the electoral district of Compton in the 1911 federal election. A Conservative, he did not run in 1917 but was defeated when he ran again in 1921.
- Frederick Robert Cromwell – Parliament of Canada biography
- Pierce, Erastus Gardner (1917). Men of today in the Eastern Townships. Sherbrooke: Sherbrooke Record Company.
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