John Charles Alexander Cameron

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John Charles Alexander Cameron
Member of Parliament
for Hastings South
In office
October 1935 – March 1940
Preceded by William Ernest Tummon
Succeeded by George Henry Stokes
Personal details
Born John Charles Alexander Cameron
(1891-11-29)29 November 1891
Morrisburg, Ontario
Died 24 March 1976(1976-03-24) (aged 84)
Ottawa, Ontario
Political party Liberal
Spouse(s) Katherine Eileen Cook
m. 3 July 1924[1]
Profession barrister
Religion Presbyterian

John Charles Alexander Cameron (29 November 1891 - 24 March 1976) was a Liberal party member of the Canadian House of Commons. He was born in Morrisburg, Ontario and became a barrister and judge.

Cameron attended public and secondary school at Morrisburg, then attended Queen's University, the law school at the University of Alberta and Osgoode Hall Law School, attaining a Bachelor of Arts degree.[1]

Cameron was first elected to Parliament at the Hastings South riding in the 1935 general election and resigned on 26 March 1940 before the end of the 19th Canadian Parliament. That year, he was appointed a judge at Hastings County and frequently presided in an acting capacity at Ottawa's Exchequer Court. In 1946 he was formally appointed to the Exchequer Court.[2]

Cameron died in Ottawa on 24 March 1976, survived by a wife, two sons and four daughters.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Normandin, A.L. (1936). Canadian Parliamentary Guide. 
  2. ^ a b "J.C.A. Cameron was federal judge". Toronto Star. 26 March 1976. p. B6. 

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