|Member of the Legislative Assembly of Quebec for Québec-Ouest|
|Preceded by||Félix Carbray|
|Succeeded by||Félix Carbray|
|Mayor of Quebec City|
|Preceded by||Pierre Garneau|
|Succeeded by||Robert Chambers|
9 December 1827|
Stoneham, Lower Canada
|Died||4 October 1895
Quebec City, Quebec
Owen Murphy (9 December 1827 – 4 October 1895) was a Canadian private banker, insurance agent and politician.
Born in Stoneham, Quebec, the son of Nicholas Murphy and Ellen O'Brien, both of Irish ancestry, he was a member of the Quebec City Council from 1871 to 1874 and was mayor of Quebec City from 1874 to 1878. In the 1881 Quebec election, he ran unsuccessfully as the Liberal candidate in the riding of Québec-Ouest. He was elected in the 1886 election and re-elected in the 1890 election. He died in Quebec City at the age of 68.
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