William Henry Taylor (politician)

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William Henry Taylor
Ontario MPP
In office
1894–1904
Preceded by John Waters
Succeeded by Charles Constantine Hodgins
Constituency Middlesex North
Personal details
Born 1848 (1848)
Cartwright Township, Durham County, Canada West
Died 1916 (aged 67–68)
Middlesex County, Ontario
Political party Liberal-Patrons of Industry, 1894-1898
Liberal, 1898-1904
Spouse(s) Jane Wilson
Occupation Farmer

William Henry Taylor (1848 – 1916) was an Ontario farmer and political figure. He represented Middlesex North in the Legislative Assembly of Ontario from 1894 to 1904 as a Liberal-Patrons of Industry and then Liberal member.

He was born in Cartwright Township, Durham County, Canada West, the son of William Taylor. Taylor served as reeve for McGillivray Township and as warden for Middlesex County. He was also postmaster at Parkhill. He married Jane Wilson after the death of his first wife. Taylor was a racing enthusiast and died after being kicked by one of his mares.

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