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Samuel William Gray (1823 - 1889)

 

Biographical Note

Samuel William Gray (1823-1889), pastoralist and parliamentarian, was born at Armagh, Ireland, son of James Mackey and Sarah Anna Gray. He arrived in Australia with his family around 1835 and his father acquired land in Kangaroo Valley. After a variety of occupations Gray returned to Kiama to become a farmer and grazier. He leased and acquired land in other areas of NSW and Queensland. He was elected member of the NSW Legislative Assembly for the seats of Kiama (1859-1864), Illawarra (1874-1880) and The Richmond (1882-1885).

 

Papers

Title

 Norton Smith & Co. - papers of Samuel William Gray, 1824-1901
 

Creator

Gray, Samuel William, 1823 - 1889
 

Call No.

A5355

Political Service

House

Member of Legislative Assembly

Electorate

Kiama 1859-1864
 

House

Member of Legislative Assembly

Electorate

Illawarra 1874-1880
 

House

Member of Legislative Assembly

Electorate

The Richmond 1882-1885
 
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