Gerald Hugh Brabazon

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Gerald Hugh Brabazon
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Member of the Canadian Parliament
for Pontiac
In office
1904–1908
Preceded by Thomas Murray
Succeeded by George Frederick Hodgins
In office
1911–1917
Preceded by George Frederick Hodgins
Succeeded by Frank S. Cahill
Personal details
Born (1854-12-07)December 7, 1854
Montreal, Quebec
Died December 27, 1938(1938-12-27) (aged 84)
Political party Conservative

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.

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