Thomas Wills (politician)
|Preceded by||Ketchum Graham|
|Succeeded by||Alexander Robertson|
|Died||1907 (aged 80–81)
|Spouse(s)||Anna Maria Levesconte (m. 1852)|
He was born in Salisbury, England in 1826 (one source indicates that he was born in Newfoundland) and was educated there. In 1852, he married Anna Maria Levesconte. He served as clerk for Hastings County and was lieutenant-colonel for the local militia. Wills ran unsuccessfully for the same seat in the House of Commons in 1874.
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