Thomas William Jutten

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Thomas William Jutten
MPP for Hamilton Centre
In office
1926–1934
Preceded by new riding
Succeeded by William Frederick Schwenger
Mayor of Hamilton, Ontario
In office
1923–1925
Preceded by George Charles Coppley
Succeeded by Freeman Ferrier Treleaven
Personal details
Born(1861-06-15)June 15, 1861
London, England
Died April 10, 1955(1955-04-10) (aged 93)
Political party Conservative
Domestic partner Suzanne Keil

Thomas William Jutten (June 15, 1861 – April 10, 1955) was a Canadian politician.

Canada Country in North America

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Born in London, England, Jutten moved to Canada with his family in 1871, settling in Hamilton, Ontario. In 1881, he married Suzanne Keil. He owned a boat building business. Juttern served as an alderman from 1906 to 1913 and on the Board of Control from 1914 to 1920. In 1921, he unsuccessfully ran for mayor of the city, losing to George Charles Coppley. He tried again in 1923 and was elected. He served in this post until 1925.

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Hamilton, Ontario City in Ontario, Canada

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In 1926, he became the Conservative Member of Provincial Parliament for Hamilton Centre and served until he was defeated in 1934.

A Member of Provincial Parliament (MPP) is an elected member of the Legislative Assembly of the Province of Ontario, Canada.

Hamilton Centre (provincial electoral district)

Hamilton Centre is a provincial electoral district in Ontario, Canada, that is represented in the Legislative Assembly of Ontario.


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