Philip Daly

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Philip Daly
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Alderman on the Edmonton Town Council
In office
February 10, 1892 – January 13, 1893
Personal details
Born December 1860 (1860-12)
Neenah, Wisconsin, United States
Died January 22, 1923(1923-01-22) (aged 62)
Sebastian County, Arkansas
Spouse(s) Lizzie[1]
Profession Businessman, Pharmacist, Banker

Philip Ernest Daly (December 1860 – January 22, 1923[2]) was a politician in Alberta, Canada and a municipal councillor in Edmonton.


Philip Ernest Daly was born in Neenah, Wisconsin in December 1860 to Charles B. Daly, from Kingston, Ontario.[3] As a young adult, he was employed with the Merchant's bank in Belleville and Woodstock, Ontario. He came to Edmonton from Winnipeg[4] in 1886 and bought a pharmacy from Herbert Charles Wilson, which he operated, along with a bank, until 1890, after which he went into the flour and feed business.[4]

He was elected to Edmonton's first town council in 1892, finishing sixth of fourteen candidates in an election in which the top six candidates were elected alderman. He did not seek re-election in 1893.

He died in Sebastian County, Arkansas[2] on January 22, 1923.


  1. ^ 1910 United States Federal Census
  2. ^ a b Arkansas Death Index 1914-1950 on
  3. ^ "City of Edmonton biography of Philip Daly". City of Edmonton. Retrieved 2010-05-30. 
  4. ^ a b "Biographies of Mayors and Councillors - D". Edmonton Public Library. Retrieved 2010-05-30.