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Félix-Hyacinthe Lemaire

Member of the Legislative Council of Quebec for Mille-Isles
In office
1867 – 1879
Succeeded by Jean-Baptiste Lefebvre de Villemure

Born March 16, 1808(1808-03-16)
mission of Lac-des-Deux-Montagnes (parish of Oka), Lower Canada
Died December 17, 1879 (aged 71)
Saint-Benoit (Deux-Montagnes County), Quebec
Political party Conservative

Félix-Hyacinthe Lemaire (March 16, 1808 – December 17, 1879), was a political figure in Quebec.

He was born in Lac des Deux-Montagnes near Oka, the son of a carpenter and his wife. Lamaire became a notary in 1836 and was appointed agent of the Seminary of St. Sulpice. He served as a Major in the local militia and was a clerk to the circuit court. He served as mayor of Deux-Montagne before being named to the Legislative Council of Quebec as a Conservative representing the district of Mille-Isles on November 2, 1867. He served as Speaker of the Legislative Council from 1874 to 1876. He continued as a Legislative Councillor until he died in office in 1879.

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