Frederick Arthur Monk

Frederick Arthur Monk (July 16, 1884 February 16, 1954) was a Quebec politician.[1]

Frederick Arthur Monk
Member of the Legislative Assembly of Quebec for Jacques-Cartier
In office
Preceded byJoseph-Théodule Rhéaume
Succeeded byAnatole Carignan
Personal details
Born(1884-07-16)July 16, 1884
Montreal, Quebec
DiedFebruary 16, 1954(1954-02-16) (aged 69)
Montreal, Quebec
Resting placeMount Royal Cemetery
Political partyAction libérale nationale
Spouse(s)Mabel Kathleen Whitley
RelationsFrederick Debartzch Monk, father


He was born in Montreal on July 16, 1884 and was the son of Frederick Debartzch Monk.

Member of the legislature

He was elected as the Action libérale nationale (ALN) candidate to the Legislative Assembly of Quebec in 1935 in the district of Jacques-Cartier. He refused to join the newly formed Union Nationale and ran as an Independent candidate in 1936. He was defeated.


He died on February 16, 1954.


  1. "Biography". Dictionnaire des parlementaires du Québec de 1792 à nos jours (in French). National Assembly of Quebec.

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