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George Boyle White (1802 - 1876)

 

Biographical Note

George Boyle White (1802-1876), surveyor and parliamentarian, was born at Bantry, Cork, Ireland. He visited Sydney in 1819 and returned in 1826. He was appointed assistant surveyor in the Surveyor-General's Department in 1827 and worked in the Hunter River district. White accompanied Thomas Mitchell on his expedition to the Barwon River, 1831-1832. In 1838 White was promoted to Surveyor and retired in 1853.

White was elected to the NSW Legislative Assembly for the seat of Northumberland and Hunter (1858-1859). [ref:ADB 6]

 

Papers

Title

 George Boyle White - correspondence, 1828-1892
 

Creator

White, George Boyle, 1802 - 1876
 

Call No.

MLMSS 1806X

Title

 George Boyle White - further papers, ca.1827-1895
 

Creator

White, George Boyle, 1802 - 1876
 

Call No.

B629-B649, B183, B654-B655, B598-B599, B601-B603,

Title

 George Boyle White - papers, 1827-1888, 1893-1899
 

Creator

White, George Boyle, 1802 - 1876
 

Call No.

A 1449, B600, B182, B604-1

Political Service

House

Member of Legislative Assembly

Electorate

Northumberland and Hunter 1858-1859
 
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