Thomas Wylie

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Thomas Wylie
Ontario MPP
In office
1886–1894
Preceded by Orson James Phelps
Succeeded by Archibald Currie
Constituency Simcoe West
Personal details
Born(1841-06-04)June 4, 1841
Victoria, Canada West
Died June 25, 1915(1915-06-25) (aged 73)
York, Ontario, Canada
Political party Conservative
Spouse(s)Catherine Ferguson(m. 1867)
Occupation Physician

Thomas Wylie (June 4, 1841 July 10, 1915) was an Ontario physician and political figure. He represented Simcoe West in the Legislative Assembly of Ontario as a Conservative member from 1886 to 1894.

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Simcoe West was an electoral riding in Ontario, Canada. It was created in 1875 from Simcoe North. It was abolished in 1925 before the 1926 election. It was re-established in 1987 and finally abolished in 1999.

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He was born in Toronto in 1841, the son of John Wylie, a Scottish immigrant. Wylie studied medicine at John Rolph's Toronto School of Medicine, graduating with an M.D. in 1866. In 1867, he married Catherine Ferguson. He practiced medicine in Toronto and Stayner.

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John Rolph was a physician, lawyer and political figure in Upper Canada.


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