Queen's Remembrancer


Sunbury—Queen's was a federal electoral district in New Brunswick, Canada, that was represented in the Canadian House of Commons from 1896 to 1917.

This riding was created in 1892 from the ridings of Queen's and Sunbury. It consisted of the counties of Sunbury and Queen's. It was abolished in 1914 when it was redistributed into Royal and York—Sunbury ridings.

Members of Parliament

This riding elected the following Members of Parliament:

  1. George G. King, Liberal (1896)
  2. Andrew George Blair, Liberal (1896-1900)
  3. Robert D. Wilmot, Conservative (1900-1908)
  4. Hugh Havelock McLean, Liberal (1908-1917)

Election results

|- |KING, Geo. G. ||align=right|1,778 |- |WILMOT, R.D. ||align=right|1,599 |}

By-election: Mr. King resigned, summoned to the Senate, 18 December 1896

|- |BLAIR, Hon. A.G. ||align=right|2,310 |- |WILMOT, R.D. ||align=right|1,686 |}

|- |WILMOT, Robert D. ||align=right|2,143 |- |WHITE, Albert S. ||align=right|1,868 |}

|- |WILMOT, Robert D. ||align=right|1,917 |- |FRAY, Hugh Burns ||align=right|1,799 |}

|- |MCLEAN, Hugh Havelock ||align=right|1,951 |- |WILMOT, Robert Duncan ||align=right|1,899 |}

|- |MCLEAN, Hugh Havelock ||align=right|2,020 |- |SMITH, Luther Benjamin ||align=right|2,010 |}

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