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Bayley, James Garfield

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Birth Date: 26 March 1882 (Franklin, Tasmania, Australia)

Death Date: 14 January 1968 (Chelmer, Queensland, Australia)

Parents: Reverend James Molineux and Mary (nee Frencham)

Family: Gladys Thelma Grier, 1914 in Sydney, 1 daughter

Education: Brisbane Grammar School; Stanford University, USA

Religion: Congregationalist

Relationship to Politician: Brother of Queensland's first female Member of the Legislative Assembly, Irene Longman

Career

Teacher and Principal at Charters Towers High School


Parliamentary Representation:

House Party Electorate From To Elected/Departure Reason
Assembly CPNP Wynnum 29 Apr 1933 11 May 1935 By-election

Other Seats: Member of the House of Representatives (Federal), Nationalist Party, OXLEY, Qld, 1917-1931; Chairman of Committees, 1926-1929; Chairman of the Joint Committee on Public Works, 1923-1926; Chairman of the Public Accounts Committee, 1922-1925; Opposition Whip and Secretary for the National Party, 1929-1931

Additional Information

Notes: Member, Empire Parliamentary Association, which visited South Africa during 1924

Sources: Image courtesy of the National Library of Australia; Waterson, DB, A Biographical Register of the Queensland Parliament: 1860-1929, 2nd revised edition (Sydney: Casket Publications, 2001)

[Last Modified: Wednesday, 7 November 2018]