Hace 8 horas · Clan MacCulloch is a Lowland Scottish clan. As it no longer has a Clan chief, Clan MacCulloch is an Armigerous clan. The origins of the clan are unknown, but there is a consensus that the family was an ancient family of Galloway, Scotland, and a leading medieval family in that region. Despite the obscurity of the early history of the family ...
Archibald Elliot (1760–1823), works including the Regent Bridge, the Waterloo Hotel and Calton Prison Reginald Francis Joseph Fairlie (1883–1952), architect of the National Library of Scotland James Leslie Findlay (1868–1952), son of John Ritchie Findlay Malcolm Fraser (born 1959), architect of the Scottish Poetry Library
Hace 1 día · 1979 New Year Honours. The New Year Honours 1979 were appointments in many of the Commonwealth realms of Queen Elizabeth II to various orders and honours to reward and highlight good works by citizens of those countries. They were announced on 1 January 1979 to celebrate the year passed and mark the beginning of 1979.
- Retiring Members
- Legislative Assembly
1. William Alison MLA (Bogan) 2. Wyman Brown MLA (Sturt) 3. Myles McRae MLA (Morpeth) 4. Alfred Stokes MLA (Forbes)
1. Charles Garland MLA (Carcoar) 2. Thomas Garrett MLA (Camden) 3. Alexander Hutchison MLA (Canterbury) 4. Joseph Mitchell MLA (Illawarra) 5. John Shepherd MLA (Paddington) 6. Edwin Turner MLA (Gunnedah) 7. James Wilshire MLA (Canterbury) 8. Francis Woodward MLA (Illawarra)
1. Adolphus Taylor MLA (West Sydney) 2. Cecil Teece MLA (Goulburn)
Sitting members are shown in bold text. Successful candidates are highlighted in the relevant colour and marked with an asterisk (*). Electorates are arranged chronologically from the day the poll was held. Because of the sequence of polling, some sitting members who were defeated in their constituencies were then able to contest other constituenci...
Green, Antony. "1891 election candidate index". New South Wales Election Results 1856-2007. New South Wales Parliament.