John Q. Farmer

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John Q. Farmer
9th Speaker of the Minnesota House of Representatives
In office
1867–1868
Preceded by James B. Wakefield
Succeeded by Chester D. Davidson
Minnesota State Representative
In office
1866–1868
Minnesota State Senator
In office
1871–1872
Personal details
Born August 5, 1823
Burke, Vermont
Died August 1904
Political party Whig
Republican
Residence Spring Valley, Minnesota
Profession Lawyer

John Quincy Farmer (August 5, 1823 in Burke, Vermont – August 1904) was a Minnesota politician, jurist, and Speaker of the Minnesota House of Representatives. He was first served in the Minnesota House of Representatives in 1866, and was elected speaker one year later, serving in the position until he left the house in 1868. He later served in the Minnesota Senate from 1871 to 1872, and was a judge for Minnesota's 10th judicial district from 1880 to 1893.[1]

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Political offices
Preceded by
James B. Wakefield
Speaker of the Minnesota House of Representatives
1867–1868
Succeeded by
Chester D. Davidson