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Henry Martin Doyle (1859 - 1929)

 

Biographical Note

Dr. H. Martin Doyle (1859-1929), medical practitioner and parliamentarian, was born at Ballan, Victoria. He was educated at St. Patrick's College, Melbourne and in Europe where he studied in Ireland, Paris, and London qualifying as a surgeon in London. Doyle left England in 1889 and worked as medical officer on a coastal ship until 1891 when he was appointed medical superintendent of Newcastle Hospital. Doyle was appointed to the NSW Legislative Council (1912-1929) by the Labor Party but broke with them over the issue of conscription during World War I.

 

Papers

Title

 Dr. Henry Martin Doyle - papers, 1880-1926
 

Creator

Doyle, Henry Martin, 1859 - 1929
 

Call No.

MLMSS 284

Political Service

Party

Freetrade
 

Party

Australian Labor Party
 

House

Member of Legislative Council 1912-1929
 
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