"Solomon Jones" was a doctor, judge and political figure in Upper Canada.

He was born in New Jersey, United States/America around 1756 and the family later moved to New York state. He studied medicine in Albany, New York/Albany; at the start of the American Revolution, he became a surgeon's mate in Edward Jessup's Loyal Rangers. After the defeat of General John Burgoyne at Battle of Saratoga/Saratoga, the family fled north. Jones spent much of the following years treating wounded loyalist soldiers. After the war, he settled in Augusta, Ontario/Augusta Township. In 1788, he became surgeon for the local militia and, in 1794, was clerk for the land board in the Eastern District, Upper Canada/Eastern District. In 1796, Jones was elected to the 2nd Parliament of Upper Canada for Leeds County, Ontario/Leeds and Frontenac County, Ontario/Frontenac and was also appointed justice of the peace in the district. In 1800, he became a judge in the court for the Johnstown District, Upper Canada/Johnstown District.

His sons were educated at the school in Cornwall run by John Strachan and he helped Strachan in establish the Church of England in Canada/Church of England in the area. During the War of 1812, he served as surgeon for the garrison at Prescott, Ontario/Prescott. In 1819, he was appointed to the district land board.

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