Thomas Roberts Ferguson

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1867 Ontario general election: Simcoe South
Thomas Roberts Ferguson
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Member of Parliament
for Cardwell
In office
1867–1872
PartyCandidateVotes
Conservative Thomas Roberts Ferguson Acclaimed
Source: Elections Ontario [2]
1871 Ontario general election : Simcoe South
PartyCandidateVotes
Conservative Thomas Roberts Ferguson Acclaimed
Source: Elections Ontario [3]

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References

  1. Charters, C. V., ed. (1967). A history of Peel County: to mark its centenary. Brampton ON: The County of Peel. p. 150.
  2. "Data Explorer". Elections Ontario. 1867. Retrieved 15 March 2024.
  3. "Data Explorer". Elections Ontario. 1871. Retrieved 31 March 2024.