James Stitt

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James Stitt
High Constable of the
Toronto Police Department
In office
1836–1836
Preceded by George Kingsmill
Succeeded by George Kingsmill
Personal details
Born 1804
Ireland
Died 1891
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Nationality Irish, Canadian
Occupation businessman

James Stitt (1804—November 23, 1891) was High Constable of Toronto. He was born in Ireland in 1804 and emigrated to Canada around 1830. In 1836, he was appointed High Constable of Toronto and served for one year. He subsequently entered the cartage business.

He was appointed a customs officer in Toronto in 1850 and held that position until 1874.[1]

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