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Former Member Details

Mr George Thomas HINDMARSH (1861 - 1916)

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Date of Birth: 26/06/1861
Place of Birth: Gerringong, New South Wales, Australia
Date of Death: 16/06/1916
Place of Death: Lismore, New South Wales, Australia
Parliamentary Service
Position Start End Period Notes
Member of the NSW Legislative Assembly 11 Feb 1905 06 Nov 1913 8 years 8 months 27 days
Member for Rous 11 Feb 1905 19 Aug 1907 2 years 6 months 9 days
Member for Rous 10 Sep 1907 14 Sep 1910 3 years 5 days
Member for Rous 14 Oct 1910 06 Nov 1913 3 years 24 days
The New Redhead Estate and Coal Company Limited Transfer Bill Committee No.14 24 Aug 1905 29 Aug 1905 6 days
Governor’s Opening Speech Committee No.1 26 Jun 1906 26 Jun 1906 1 day
High street Alstonville Closing Bill Committee No.9 18 Sep 1906 25 Sep 1906 8 days
The Governor’s Opening Speech Committee No.1 10 Mar 1908 10 Mar 1908 1 day
The Governor’s Opening Speech Committee No.1 14 Jun 1910 14 Jun 1910 1 day
Refreshment Committee No.5 30 Nov 1910 23 Dec 1910 24 days
Refreshment Committee No.5 30 May 1911 01 Aug 1911 2 months 3 days
Refreshment Committee No.5 12 Sep 1911 28 Mar 1912 6 months 17 days
Political Party Activity
Liberal and Reformist.
Community Activity
Commissioned as a Justice of the Peace in 1901
Qualifications, occupations and interests
Dairy farmer and auctioneer. Educated at Toolejooa public school; studied surveying but did not qualify; selected land on Coopers Creek near Clunes in Richmond River district in 1880; became an auctioneer and stock and station agent at Lismore in 1890. Foundation committee member of Lismore Agricultural and Industrial Society; director of Lismore District Hospital; chairman of Lismore Electric Lighting company; assisted in establishing Springhill Dairy Factory
Military Service
Lieutenant of Mounted Brigade from 1892 until 1893
Honours Received
Membership of other Parliaments & Offices Held
Local Government Activity
Personal
Second son of George John Hindmarsh, dairy farmer, and Jane Potter. Married Isabel Mary Barrie on 14 October 1886 and had issue, 5 daughters and 5 sons. Presbyterian. Buried in Presbyterian section of Lismore cemetery.
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