William George Bock

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William George Bock
Member of the Canadian Parliament
for Maple Creek
In office
1927 – 1930
Preceded by George Spence
Succeeded by James Beck Swanston
Personal details
Born June 11, 1884
Port Elgin, Ontario, Canada
Died 1973
Nationality Canadian
Political party Liberal
Occupation farmer

William George Bock (born June 11, 1884 in Port Elgin, Ontario, Canada-died 1973) was a Canadian politician and farmer. He was elected in a November 25, 1927 by-election, after the resignation of George Spence on October 14, as a Member of the Liberal Party to represent the riding of Maple Creek. He was defeated in the 1930 election. In total, he served 976 Days (2 years, 8 months, 3 days) in federal service. After his political career, he authored two books called The Book of Humbug and The Book of Skeletons, published in 1958 and 1960 respectively, by Modern Press.[1]


  1. ^ "PARLINFO - Parliamentarian File - Federal Experience - BOCK, William George". Library of Parliament. PARLINFO v.2.01. Retrieved 2008-06-24.