Henry Allan: life and works

Henry William Allan (December 29, 1843 – March 10, 1913) was a Canadian politician, merchant and fabricate dealer. He was elected in 1891 as a Member of the House of Commons of Canada for the riding of Essex South, Ontario representing the Liberal Party. He was defeated in the 1878 election taking into consideration he ran in the riding of Norfolk South. Prior to his federal embassy experience, he was elected as a councillor in Norfolk County, Ontario and as reeve in Walsingham, Ontario.

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