Mr Francis Edward MCLEAN (1863 - 1926)**

  • Date of Birth: 01/01/1863
  • Place of Birth: Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
  • Date of Death: 04/04/1926
  • Place of Death: Springwood, New South Wales, Australia

Parliamentary Service

PositionStartEndPeriodNotes
Member of the NSW Legislative Assembly17 Jul 189411 Jun 19016yr(s) 10mth(s) 26day(s)
Member for Marrickville17 Jul 18945 Jul 189511mth(s) 19day(s)
16th (1894 - 1895)
Member for Marrickville24 Jul 18958 Jul 18982yr(s) 11mth(s) 15day(s)
17th (1895 - 1898)
Member for Marrickville27 Jul 189811 Jun 19012yr(s) 10mth(s) 16day(s)
18th (1898 - 1901)
City Mutual Life Assurance Company’s (Limited) Enabling Bill Committee No.726 May 189616 Jun 189622days
17th (1895 - 1898)
Old Age Pension Committee No.916 Jun 189616 Sep 18963mths 1day
17th (1895 - 1898)
Elections and Qualifications Committee No. 622 Jun 18988 Jul 189817days
17th (1895 - 1898)
Claim of John Sullivan, Harbours and Rivers Department Committee No. 830 Aug 189823 Dec 18983mths 24days
18th (1898 - 1901)
City and North Sydney Connection Bill Committee No. 1120 Sep 189823 Dec 18983mths 4days
18th (1898 - 1901)
Saywell’s Tramway and Electric Lighting Bill Committee No. 1220 Sep 189823 Dec 18983mths 4days
18th (1898 - 1901)
Elections and Qualifications Committee No. 210 Nov 189823 Dec 18981mth 14days
18th (1898 - 1901)
Claims of Mr. W. Birthrey, Road Contracts, Gloucester Committee No. 1922 Nov 189823 Dec 18981mth 2days
18th (1898 - 1901)
Estate of the late S.M Swift of Petersham Committee No.2313 Dec 189822 Dec 189810days
18th (1898 - 1901)
Elections and Qualifications Committee No.521 Feb 189930 Mar 18991mth 10days
18th (1898 - 1901)
The Lieutenant Governor’s Opening Speech Committee No.111 Apr 189911 Apr 18991day
18th (1898 - 1901)
Elections and Qualifications Committee No.611 Apr 189921 Apr 189911days
18th (1898 - 1901)
The Governor’s Opening Speech Committee No.118 Jul 189918 Jul 18991day
18th (1898 - 1901)
Estate of the late S.M Swift of Petersham Committee No.31 Aug 189921 Dec 18994mths 21days
18th (1898 - 1901)
Claims of Mrs Guilfoyle, widow of the late Forester at Moama Committee No.1324 Oct 189923 Nov 18991mth
18th (1898 - 1901)
Case of James Cook and other employees of the Tramway Department Committee No. 2313 Dec 189920 Dec 18998days
18th (1898 - 1901)

Community Activity

Fellow of Sydney Institute of Chartered Accountants. President of Cook Ward Ratepayers Association 1890. Free Trade and Library Associations Office Holder. Australian Natives Association.


Qualifications, occupations and interests

Accounts clerk and timber merchant. Educated in public schools to primary school level. Junior clerk at Mort's dock. Entered service of John Taylor & Co,. Timber merchants in 1879. Started timber business on own account; ruined by depression. Became chief clerk and accountant for firm of W.S Preddy.


Membership of other Parliaments & Offices Held

Member of the Parliament of the Commonwealth of Australia. Member of the House of Representatives for Lang 1901 - 1903.


Personal

Son of Francis McLean and Elizabeth Pinknell. Married Alice. Methodist.


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