John Waters

Politician

1845 – 1894

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Who was John Waters?

John Waters was a Canadian Liberal legislator who, from June 1879 to May 1894, represented Ontario constituency of Middlesex North in the Legislative Assembly of Ontario where, in 1893, he introduced a bill which would have given women the vote in provincial elections.

From 1868 to 1875, prior to his service in the Legislative Assembly, Waters held the title of reeve, as the elected administrator for rural municipality of East Williams Township and, in 1875, served as warden for Middlesex County.

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Born
1845
Also known as
  • Mayor John Waters
Lived in
  • Middlesex County
Died
1894

Submitted
on July 23, 2013

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