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McIntyre, Malcolm

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Birth Date: 9 March 1889 (Pittsworth, Queensland, Australia)

Death Date: 12 August 1969 (Pittsworth, Queensland, Australia)

Parents: Colin McKenzie McIntyre and Wilhelmina Elizabeth (nee Keefer)

Family: (2) Annie Dore on 22 June 1933, (1) Rose Marron Quire on 2 August 1916, 2 sons, 1 daughter

Education: Educated at primary school

Religion: Methodist

Relationship to Politician: Malcome McIntyre is the nephew of Donald McIntyre, the state member for Aubigny from 1907 to 1908. He is also the uncle of Sir Alan Fletcher, the state member for Cunningham and Speaker of the Parliament, from 1953 to 1974


Property owner, 'Sedgemoore', Mount Tyson, 1916; Cheesemaker; Farmhand, `Glenmore', Mount Tyson; Chairman of Directors, Mount Tyson Cooperative Dairy Association; Director, Queensland Cheese Manufacturers Association; Chairman, Queensland Cheese Marketing Board & Queensland Dairymen's Organisation (Mt Tyson branch)

Local Government Service: Councillor, Pittsworth Shire Council, 1936 to 1948

Parliamentary Representation:

House Party Electorate From To Elected/Departure Reason
Assembly CP Cunningham 15 Apr 1944 7 Mar 1953 Did not contest

Additional Information

Notes: Chairman: Mount Tyson School Committee; Rossvale and District School Sports Association; State President, Sailors, Soldiers and Airmen's Association of Queensland; Superintendent, Mount Tyson Sunday School, 1919 to 1944

Sources: Waterson, DB and John Arnold, A Biographical Register of the Queensland Parliament: 1930-1980, (Canberra: ANU Press, 1982); Queensland Parliamentary Debates, Motion of Condolence, First session of 39th Parliament, Vol. 251, pp. 73-75 (Brisbane, Qld: Government Printer); Alexander, J.A., Who's Who in Australia, XIVth edition, 1950, p. 459 (Melbourne, Vic: Colorgravure Publications, The Herald)

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