Thomas B. Guest

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Thomas Guest
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Ontario MPP
In office
1871–1874
Preceded by James Trow
Succeeded by John McNeill
Constituency Perth South
Personal details
Born (1816-10-27)October 27, 1816
Ireland
Died February 23, 1884(1884-02-23) (aged 67)
St. Mary's, Ontario
Political party Conservative
Occupation Farmer

Thomas Boy Guest was an Ontario political figure. He represented Perth South in the Legislative Assembly of Ontario from 1871 to 1874. He was born in Ireland in 1816.[1]

He served as reeve of St. Mary's in 1855 to 1856, warden for Perth County in 1856 and mayor of St. Mary's in 1864. He was also lieutenant-colonel of the local militia. He died at St. Mary's in 1884[2] and was buried at the St. Mary's Protestant Cemetery.[3]

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