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Thomas Robertson (Ontario politician)

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Name  Thomas Robertson
Role  Political figure

Died  September 6, 1905
Party  Liberal Party of Canada

Thomas Robertson (January 25, 1827 – September 6, 1905) was a lawyer and political figure in Ontario, Canada. He represented Hamilton in the Canadian House of Commons from 1878 to 1887 as a Liberal member.

He was born in Ancaster, Upper Canada, the son of Alexander Robertson, a Scottish immigrant, and Mathilda Simons. Robertson was educated at the University of Toronto, studied law with John Hillyard Cameron and was called to the bar in 1852. He married Frances Louisa Reed in 1850. He served as the first Crown Attorney for Wentworth. Robertson ran unsuccessfully for the federal seat in Wentworth South in 1867. In 1873, he was named Queen's Counsel.

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