Jules-Joseph-Taschereau Frémont

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Jules-Joseph-Taschereau Frémont
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22nd Mayor of Quebec City
In office
1 March 1890 – 2 April 1894
Preceded by François Langelier
Succeeded by Simon-Napoléon Parent
Member of Parliament
for Quebec County
In office
April 1891 – June 1896
Preceded by Adolphe-Philippe Caron
Succeeded by Charles Fitzpatrick
Personal details
Born 20 December 1855
Quebec City
Died 28 March 1902(1902-03-28) (aged 46)
Quebec City
Political party Liberal
Spouse(s) Caroline-Alix Beaubien
Profession author, lawyer, professor

Jules-Joseph-Taschereau Frémont (20 December 1855 – 28 March 1902) was a Canadian politician, author, lawyer and professor. He was a Liberal member of the Canadian House of Commons and a mayor of Quebec City.

Biography[edit]

Frémont was born in Quebec City, Quebec, the son of doctor Charles-Jacques Frémont and Marie-Cécile Panet.[1] He was educated at the Collège Sainte-Marie, at St. Francis Xavier's College in New York City[2] and the Université Laval and was called to the Quebec bar in 1878. He later became a professor of civil law at the Université Laval.[3]

He was elected to Parliament at the Quebec County riding in the 1891 general election. After serving his term in the 7th Parliament, Frémont was defeated in the 1896 federal election by Charles Fitzpatrick, also of the Liberal party.

The inaugural Quebec Winter Carnival in 1894 occurred on Frémont's watch as Quebec City mayor.[4]

In 1891,[3] Frémont married Caroline-Alix, the daughter of Joseph-Octave Beaubien, a member of the 1st Canadian Parliament.[5]

Frémont died at Quebec City at the age of 46 after a long illness.[1]

Publications[edit]

  • Le divorce et la séparation de corps
  • Compendium of the Dominion Laws of Canada

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