William H. Casselman
|Preceded by||Irwin Foster Hilliard|
|Succeeded by||Aaron Sweet|
|Born||July 26, 1868|
|Died||1941 (aged 72–73)|
|Political party||United Farmers|
|Relations||Orren D. Casselman, brother|
He was born in Chesterville, Ontario, the son of James C. Casselman, and was educated in Chesterville and Morrisburg. In 1897, he married Flora Carlyle. He was defeated in the 1923 general election by Aaron Sweet. From 1931 until his death, he served as Reeve of the Village of Chesterville. He died in an accident on the farm while unloading hay.
His half-brother Orren D. Casselman served in the House of Commons.
- Canadian Parliamentarian Guide, 1919
- Ontario Legislative Assembly parliamentary history (archived)
- Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry : a history, 1784-1945, JG Harkness (1946)
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