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Henry Carey Dangar (1830 - 1917)

 

Biographical Note

Henry Cary Dangar (1830-1917), barrister and parliamentarian, was born at Port Stephens, NSW, the son of Henry and Grace Dangar. He was educated at Sydney College and Trinity College, University of Cambridge, where he graduated with Bachelor of Arts (1853) and Master of Arts (1857). He was admitted to Middle Temple London in 1854 but did not practise law in Australia. On his return to Australia Dangar was involved in commercial and pastoral interests and was a partner in companies including Dangar Bros and Dangar Gilchrist & Co.

Henry Carey Dangar was elected a member of the NSW Legislative Assembly for the seats of West Sydney (1874-1877) and East Sydney (1880-1882), and the NSW Legislative Council (1883-1917).

 

Papers

Title

 Dangar family - papers, 1852-1901
 

Creator

Dangar, Henry Carey, 1830 - 1917
 

Call No.

MLMSS 1029

Political Service

House

Member of Legislative Assembly

Electorate

West Sydney 1874-1877
 

House

Member of Legislative Assembly

Electorate

East Sydney 1880-1882
 

House

Member of Legislative Council 1883-1917
 
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