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Alphonse Arthur Miville Déchêne

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Appointed by  Wilfrid Laurier
Succeeded by  Jules Tessier
Succeeded by  Onésiphore Carbonneau
Died  1 May 1902
Children  Aimé-Miville Déchêne
Preceded by  John Jones Ross
Preceded by  Joseph Israël Tarte
Political party  Liberal
Party  Liberal Party of Canada
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Born  April 17, 1848 L'Islet, Canada East (1848-04-17)

Alphonse-Arthur Miville Déchêne (April 17, 1848 – May 1, 1902) was a lumber merchant and political figure in Quebec. He represented L'Islet in the Canadian House of Commons as a Liberal member from 1896 to 1901 and sat for De la Durantaye division in the Senate of Canada from 1901 to 1902.

He was born in L'Islet, Canada East, the son of Alfred Miville, dit Dechêne, and was educated at the Collège Sainte-Anne. In 1891, he married Aurore Ouillet. He served as mayor of Saint-Pamphile. Déchêne died in office at the age of 54.

His son Joseph Bruno Aimé Miville Déchêne also served in the House of Commons. His brother François-Gilbert Miville Dechêne represented L'Islet in the Legislative Assembly of Quebec.


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