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1843 NSW Legislative Council

 Electorate

Name

ADB
entry?
Stood for election at some stage? ADB mention RO position? ADB words (excl bibl) Notes

Camden

Charles Throsby Esquire

No No NA NA

His uncle, with the same name, was very well-known, with ADB entry: “He was disappointed that he had no children and had sent for his nephew Charles Throsby junior to become his heir. Charles arrived in the Mangles in August 1820 and at Liverpool in 1824 married Betsey, daughter of William Broughton; their children carried on the family line.” Related to Charles Throsby Smith, 1851 RO for Eastern Camden

Northumberland

Edward C harles Close, Esquire

Settler and churchman

link

Yes No 831

Former Magistrate and LC member, from 1843-52 was warden of the Maitland district council .

also in 1851 twice, here and here

Durham

Edward Johnstone, Esquire

No   NA NA

Nothing anywhere on the internet

Gloucester , Macquarie, and Stanley

Phillip Parker King, Esquire

Naval officer, hydrographer and company manager

link

No No 2145

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Roxburgh, Phillip, and Wellington

James Thomas Morisset, Esquire

Military commandant

link

  No 864

... "near Bathurst... in May 1838 he was appointed police magistrate at a salary of £300, and in January 1841 commissioner of the Court of Requests. "

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Cook and Westmoreland

James Walker, Esquire

No   No  

No.

Argyle

William Pitt Faithful, Esquire

Pastoralist

link

Yes Yes 526

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Murray, King, and Georgiana

John Richard Hardy, Esquire

Gold commissioner and pastoralist

link

  No 444

 

St Vincent and Auckland

Thomas Braidwood Wilson, Esquire

Medical practitioner and settler

link

  No 555

Died that year.

Port Phillip

George Frederick Berkley St. John, Esquire

No   NA NA

 

Parramatta

Gilbert Eliot, Esquire

Public servant and politician

link

Yes No 516

With an extra ‘t’ at the end.

Cumberland Boroughs

Samuel North, Esquire

No      

No.

Northumberland Boroughs

Edward Denny Day, Esquire

Police Magistrate

link

  No 458

 

Cumberland (County) Patrick Hill No       From Govt Gazette 20 June 1843 p 843. 'Cumberland Election'
Bathurst ?          
Sydney ?          
Hunter, Brisbane and Bligh ?          
Melbourne ?          

 

1851 NSW Legislative Council (all Esquire.)

 Electorate

Name

ADB entry? Stood for election? ADB mention RO position? ADB words (excl bibl) Notes
Argyle John Francis Macarthur No.       Related to the famous Australian Macarthurs. Better known as Francis Macarthur. eg this
Bathurst John Sutherland

Builder and politician

link

Yes No 870 click for larger
Eastern Camden Charles Throsby Smith         Related to Charles Throsby (and uncle) 1841 RO for Camden. According to Wollongong history, "He was born in 1798 in Cambridge, England. He arrived in Sydney on the 'Guildford' in 1816 and stayed for three months, at Glenfield, near Liverpool, with his uncle Dr Charles Throsby"
Western Camden George Bransby No       Some google returns, including street names. Bransby Cottage has his name
Cook and Westmoreland James Walker No        
Cumberland Thomas Barker

Engineer, manufacturer, grazier and philanthropist

link

  No 841

Needs verification?

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Durham Frederick Bedwell No        
Gloucester and Macquarie Archibald Windeyer

Landowner and pastoralist

link

  No 292  
King and Georgina Henry O'Brien Pastoralist   No 1462 Shared Bio for Henry and Cornelius
Murray and St. Vincent Hugh Wallace No       Possibly mentioned in this ADB
Northumberland and Hunter Edward Charles Close Yes, see 1841       Also at this election in Northumberland Boroughs
Phillip, Brisbane, and Bligh Joseph Docker Two of them.       this or this might be one of these.
Roxburgh and Wellington John Savery Rodd No       Some googles, eg this
Stanley John Stephen Ferriter No       Also Stanley Boroughs in same election
Maneroo John Lambie No       Some google, eg this
Murrumbidgee Frederick Wheeler Vigner No.        
Lachland and Lower Darling Edgar Beckham No       http://nla.gov.au/nla.pic-an6569531 a painting by him perhaps. Other google returns
Wellington and Bligh Samuel Curtis No      

ADB has a Samuel Curtis Candler, but probably not him.But possibly this guy http://weblearn.newcastle.edu.au/group/amrhd/wvp/entities/biogs/WVP0060b.htm who was a magistrate and was involved in the last pistol duel in Australia.

Liverpool Plains and Gwydir John Henry Durbin No        
New England and McLeay George Robert Massie No.       little google, but with name swapped around was MP
Clarence and Darling Downs Arthur Hodgson

Squatter, politician and squire

link

Yes No 697 click for larger
Moreton, Wide Bay, Burnett, and Maranoa Stephen Simpson

Homoeopath and public servant

link

No Yes 605  
Sydney Hamlets George Miller No.        
Parramatta Patrick Hill No. Yes     Mentioned in his father's ADB.
Cumberland Boroughs Robert Fitzgerald No        
Western Boroughs Richard Macbattie (Machattie?) No. No.     Likely the father here
Southern Boroughs William Chatfield No No.     Likely father of this ADB entry.
Northumberland Boroughs Edward Charles Close

Yes

See 1843

      Also, for same election, in Northumberland and Hunter
North-eastern Boroughs Charles Bolton No        
Stanley Boroughs John Stephen Ferriter No       Also Stanley in same election

 

1856, all Esq.

 Electorate

Name

ADB entry? Stood for election? ADB mention RO position? ADB words (excl bibl) Notes
Argyle John Francis Macarthur No. See 1851       Related to the famous Australian Macarthurs. Better known as Francis Macarthur. eg this
Bathurst (County) George Busby No        
Eastern Division of Camden Charles Throsby Smith see 43 and 51       See 43 and 51
Western Division of Camden John Macquarie Antill No       Likely father of this ADB
Cook and Westmoreland Andrew Brown No        
Cumberland (North Riding) A.L. McDougall No        
Cumberland (South Riding)

J.F. Downes

No        
Durham Gilbert Cory No       Same full name as this ADB, but not father, possibly related. Possibly this guy (Mayor Toowoomba)
Gloucester and Macquarie Archibald Windeyer yes.See 51        
King and Georgiana W.H. Broughton No       Probably mentioned in this ADB Hamilton Hume
Murray J.F. Murray         Possibly ADB John Murray
Northumberland and Hunter William Knox Child         Several googles, eg. Probably mentioned here in ADB Francis Kemble "deputy-lieutenant of Kent and inspecting director of the London and County Joint-stock Bank"
Phillip, Brisbane, and Bligh Archibald Little No       Probably mentioned in Robert Palmer ADB
Roxburgh Archibald Campbell No.       This ADB likely his son.
St. Vincent Hugh Gordon No        
Stanley (County) Henry Buckley

Businessman and public servant

link

Yes No 710 According to ADB, he was elected to Stanley county in 1856!!
Wellington (County) H.H. Kater No.       Son in ADB
Maneroo William Graham     Yes   Son in ADB
Murrumbidgee Frederick Wheeler Vyner          
Lachlan and Lower Darling Edgar Beckham          
Wellington and Bligh Samuel Curtis          
Liverpool Plains and Gwydir Richard L. Jenkins          
New England and Macleay J.W. Chesbrough          
Clarence and Darling Downs Thomas De Lacy Moffatt          
Moreton, Wide Bay, Burnett, and Maranoa Joseph North          
Sydney (City)