Gerald Hugh Brabazon
|Gerald Hugh Brabazon|
|Member of the Canadian Parliament
|Preceded by||Thomas Murray|
|Succeeded by||George Frederick Hodgins|
|Preceded by||George Frederick Hodgins|
|Succeeded by||Frank S. Cahill|
December 7, 1854|
|Died||December 27, 1938(aged 84)|
Gerald Hugh Brabazon (December 7, 1854 – December 27, 1938) was a Canadian politician.
Born in Montreal, Quebec, the son of Samuel L. Brabazon and Margaret Clarke both from Ireland, Brabazon was a civil engineer. He mayor of Portage-du-Fort, Quebec for 18 years and Warden of Pontiac County for 12 years. He served under Frederick Dobson Middleton in the North-West Rebellion in 1885, as a first lieutenant in Dennis's Scouts. He was an unsuccessful candidate for the Canadian House of Commons in Pontiac in the general elections of 1900 but was elected in 1904. A Conservative, he was defeated in 1908 and was elected in 1911.
- Gerald Hugh Brabazon – 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
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