David Wilson Beaubier

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David Wilson Beaubier
David Wilson Beaubier.jpg
Member of the Canadian Parliament
for Brandon
In office
Preceded by Thomas Alexander Crerar
Succeeded by James Ewen Matthews
Personal details
Born May 2, 1864
St. Mary's, Province of Canada
Died September 1, 1938 (1938-10) (aged 74)
Nationality Canadian
Political party historical Conservative Party
Occupation Businessman

David Wilson Beaubier (May 2, 1864 in St. Mary's, Province of Canada – September 1, 1938) was a Canadian politician. He was elected to the House of Commons of Canada in the 1930 election as a Member of the historical Conservative Party for the riding of Brandon. He was re-elected in 1935. Beaubier ran in the elections of 1925 and 1926 but lost both to Robert Forke. Prior to his federal political experience, he was a Lieutenant-Colonel during World War I in which he led the 181st Battalion, CEF into England in 1916.

External links

  • David Wilson Beaubier – Parliament of Canada biography

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