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Christian Henry Pozer

The Hon.
Christian Henry Pozer
Senator for Lauzon, Quebec
In office
September 20, 1876 – July 18, 1884
Appointed by Alexander Mackenzie
Preceded by Alexandre-René Chaussegros de Léry
Succeeded by Joseph Bolduc
Member of the Canadian Parliament
for Beauce
In office
Succeeded by Joseph Bolduc
Member of the Legislative Assembly of Quebec for Beauce
In office
Succeeded by François-Xavier Dulac
Personal details
Born (1835-12-26)December 26, 1835
manor-house in the seigneury of Aubert-Gallion in Beauce, Lower Canada
Died July 18, 1884(1884-07-18) (aged 48)
Saint-Georges, Quebec
Political party Liberal
Other political
Quebec Liberal Party

Christian Henry Pozer (December 26, 1835 – July 18, 1884) was a Canadian lawyer and politician.

Born in St-Georges d'Aubert Gallion (now St-Georges-de-Beauce), Beauce, Lower Canada (now Quebec), the son of William Pozer and Ann Milbourne, he was called to the Lower Canada bar in 1860.

In 1863, he ran as a Liberal for the National Assembly of Quebec in the riding of Beauce and was defeated. He was elected in 1867 and re-elected in 1871. He resigned in 1874.

At the same time, he was elected to the Canadian House of Commons for the riding of Beauce in 1867. A Liberal he was re-elected in 1872 and 1874.

He resigned from the House of Commons when he was appointed a Senator in 1876 representing the senatorial division of Lauzon, Quebec. He died in office in 1884 and was buried in the Pozer Cemeterey in St-Georges-de-Beauce.[1]


External links

  • Christian Pozer – Parliament of Canada biography

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