|Louis Alphonse Boyer|
|Member of the Canadian Parliament
1872 – 1878
|Preceded by||George Caron|
|Succeeded by||Frédéric Houde|
May 31, 1839|
Montreal, Lower Canada
|Died||May 29, 1916(aged 76)|
He was born in Montreal, the son of Louis Boyer and Aurélie Mignault, and was educated at the Chambly and Jesuit Colleges. Boyer was the head of a lumber firm and a director of the Royal Canadian Insurance Company and of La Banque Ville Marie. He also served as mayor of St-Lambert. In 1865, he married Alphonsine Meilleur, the daughter of Jean-Baptiste Meilleur. Boyer ran unsuccessfully in the federal riding of Jacques Cartier in 1904. Boyer operated a model farm in St-Lambert. He was flour inspector for Montreal from 1878 to 1888.
- Political Biography from the Library of Parliament
- Johnson, J.K. (1968). The Canadian Directory of Parliament 1867-1967. Public Archives of Canada.
- Montreal : its history : to which is added biographical sketches ... (1875) Borthwick, JD p. 47
- The Canadian parliamentary companion and annual register, 1877, CH Mackintosh
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