Thomas S. Weston

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Thomas S. Weston
Thomas Shailer Weston, 1882.jpg
Portrait of Weston from circa 1882
Member of the New Zealand Parliament
for Grey Valley
In office
16 June  8 November 1881
New Zealand Parliament
Preceded by Member of Parliament for Grey Valley
1881
Served alongside: Richard Reeves
Constituency abolished
New constituency Member of Parliament for Inangahua
18811883
Succeeded by
Academic offices
Preceded by Chairmen of the Board of Governors of Canterbury College
1901–1902
Succeeded by