George William Sulman

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George William Sulman
Ontario MPP
In office
Preceded by Archibald McCoig
Succeeded by Robert Livingstone Brackin
Constituency Kent West
Personal details
Born (1866-07-04)July 4, 1866
Burford, Kent County, Canada West
Died August 10, 1938(1938-08-10) (aged 72)
Chatham, Ontario
Political party Conservative
Mary Agnes Meekison (m. 1889)
Occupation Businessman

George William Sulman (July 4, 1866 – August 10, 1938) was an Ontario merchant and political figure. He represented Kent West in the Legislative Assembly of Ontario from 1908 to 1919 as a Conservative member.

He was born in Burford, Kent County, Canada West, the son of William Sulman who came to Canada from England. He was educated in Burford and in Brantford. Sulman worked for various companies before establishing a wallpaper, stationery and book store in Chatham. He also owned the Great Western Silverware Company. In 1889, he married Mary Agnes Meekison. Sulman was mayor of Chatham in 1901 and 1902. He also served as a master for the local Masonic lodge. He died after a short illness at his home in Chatham in 1938.[1]


Sulman and his wife traveled extensively and many of the items that they collected in their travels, including a mummy regarded today as the Sulman Mummy purchased in Cairo, Egypt were donated to the local museum [1].


  1. ^ "Former Mayor Dies In Chatham", The Globe and Mail (1936-Current) [Toronto, Ont] 11 Aug 1938: 4.

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