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Esdras Alfred de St Georges

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Political party  Liberal
Education  Laval University
Name  Esdras de
Party  Liberal Party of Canada
Preceded by  Roch-Pamphile Vallee
Role  Political figure
Resigned  June 19, 1890
Succeeded by  Arthur Delisle
Died  June 19, 1890

Esdras Alfred de St-Georges
Born  August 4, 1849 Cap-Sante, Canada East (1849-08-04)

Preceded by  Jean-Docile Brousseau
Succeeded by  Roch-Pamphile Vallee

Esdras Alfred de St-Georges (August 4, 1849 – June 19, 1890) was a Quebec lawyer, physician and political figure. He represented Portneuf in the Canadian House of Commons from 1872 to 1878 and from 1882 to 1890 as a Liberal member.

He was born in Cap-Santé, Canada East, the son of Laurent Aurez de St-Georges and Adelaine Allsopp who was the daughter of George Waters Allsopp. He received the degree of M.D. from Victoria College in Cobourg, Ontario and a degree in law from the Université Laval. He practised law at Quebec City and was also a governor of the College of Surgeons and Physicians of Lower Canada. In 1875, de St-Georges married Laura, the daughter of Isidore Thibaudeau. He was elected again in 1878 but unseated after an appeal; he also ran unsuccessfully in the riding of Montmorency in 1880. De St-Georges died in office in 1890 at Cap-Santé.


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