|Francis Ramsey Lalor|
|Member of the Canadian Parliament |
|Preceded by||Walter Humphries Montague|
|Succeeded by||Mark Senn|
|Born||November 14, 1856|
St. Catharines, Canada West
|Died||June 24, 1929 72)(aged|
Francis Ramsey Lalor (November 14, 1856 – June 24, 1929) was a Canadian politician.
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