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Louis Huet Massue Louis Huet Massue (November 3, 1828 – June 17, 1891) was a farmer, seigneur and political figure in Quebec. He represented Richelieu in the Canadian House of Commons from 1878 to 1887 as a Liberal-Conservative member. He was born in Varennes, Lower Canada, the son of Aignan-Aimé Massue, seigneur of Ste-Anne, and Celeste Richard. Massue was educated at the Collège Saint-Hyacinthe. In 1850, he married Esther Perrault. Massue was president of the Quebec Council of Agriculture. He owned the seigneuries of Trinité and St.-Michel[1]. He died at Varennes at the age of 62. References Louis Huet Massue - Parliament of Canada biography The Canadian parliamentary companion, 1883, JA Gemmill ^ Histoire de la seigneurie Massue et de la paroisse de Saint-Aimé (1930) Lapalice, OMH Persondata Name Massue, Louis Huet Alternative names Short description Date of birth November 3, 1828 Place of birth Date of death June 17, 1891 Place of death This article about a Quebec Member of Parliament is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e