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Martin James Maloney

Martin James Maloney (8 October 1877 – 21 November 1953) was a Conservative member of the House of Commons of Canada. He was born in Eganville, Ontario and became a physician.

Martin J. Maloney
Member of Parliament
for Renfrew South
In office
October 1925 – October 1935
Preceded byThomas Andrew Low
Succeeded byJames Joseph McCann
Personal details
BornMartin James Maloney
(1877-10-08)8 October 1877
Eganville, Ontario, Canada
Died21 November 1953(1953-11-21) (aged 76)
Political partyConservative
Spouse(s)Margaret Bonfield
m. 19 February 1901[1]
Professionphysician

Malone attended McGill University where he attained his medical degrees (MD, CM). In 1901, he married Margaret Bonfield whose father was James Bonfield, a member of the Ontario provincial legislature.[1]

He conducted unsuccessful election campaigns at the Renfrew South riding in the 1911 election, a 22 February 1912 by-election and the 1921 election. He ran as a Conservative, except in 1921 when he sought the seat for the Progressive party. Malone won Renfrew South in the 1925 general election and was re-elected there in 1926 and 1930. In the 1935 election, he was defeated by James Joseph McCann of the Liberal party. Maloney made an unsuccessful effort to unseat McCann in the 1940 federal election.

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  1. ^ a b Normandin, A.L. (1932). Canadian Parliamentary Guide.

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