Nathan Cornwall

Nathan Cornwall (died January 21, 1849) was a miller and political figure in Upper Canada. He represented Kent in the Legislative Assembly of Upper Canada from 1834 to 1841 as a Conservative.

He was born in Upper Canada, the son of Joshua Cornwall,[1] and lived in Camden Township. Cornwall commanded a militia company in 1838. He served as justice of the peace for the Western District. Cornwall died in Chatham, Canada West.

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  1. ^ Johnson, Wilaon (1991),Historical Essays on Upper Canada: New Perspectives ISBN 0-88629-070-8

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