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Arthur Todd Holroyd (1806 - 1887)


Biographical Note

Arthur Todd Holroyd (1806-1887), barrister and parliamentarian, was born at London, son of Stephen and Elizabeth Holroyd. He first studied medicine and practised as a physician in London before studying law. He was admitted to the English Bar and in 1843 travelled to Wellington, NZ, where he practised as a barrister and solicitor. In 1844 Holroyd travelled to Sydney where he was admitted to the NSW Bar in 1844.

Holroyd was an elected member of the old Legislative Council (1851-1856) and was elected a member of the NSW Legislative Assembly for the seats of West Boroughs (1856-1857) and Parramatta (1861-1864).[ref:ADB 4]




 Arthur T. Holroyd - A.L.S. letter to the Hon. Stuart A. Donaldson, 30 June 1856


Holroyd, Arthur Todd, 1806 - 1887

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MLDOC 1029

Political Service


Member of Legislative Assembly


West Boroughs 1856-1857


Member of Legislative Assembly


Parramatta 1861-1864
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