Born 15 February 1868
Died 25 November 1925. (Prahran. Brighton cemetery)
Parents: George, engine fitter, b. England, and Mary Dargie, b. Scotland
Marriage: 5 Apr 1890 Mary Maud Brown, music teacher
Career: Hairdresser Collins St, Rutherglen and Richmond, after parl. at Geelong, Tatura and Malvern; Australian Imperial Force 1914-1918, 6th battalion, Company Sergeant Major, France and Belgium, wounded; secretary Hairdressers Union and Master Hairdressers Association; made allegations against police in parl. and at Royal commission Vic. Police Force 1906; Theosophist. Died in a car accident.
Party Note: After parl. left in opposition to Catholic influence.
|House||Electorate||Start *||End *|
|MLA||Richmond||December 1903||(b/e)||May 1904||Defeated|
*The Start date for Members elected after 1900 is the date they were elected. The start date for pre-1900 Members is the date they were sworn in.