19th New Brunswick Legislature

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The 19th New Brunswick Legislative Assembly represented New Brunswick between February 12, 1862, and February 8, 1865.

The assembly sat at the pleasure of the Governor of New Brunswick Arthur Charles Hamilton-Gordon.

John M. Johnson was chosen as speaker. In 1863, John C. Allen was named speaker after Johnson was named Attorney General.

List of members[edit]

Electoral District Name
Saint John County John W. Cudlip
Timothy W. Anglin
John Jordan
Charles N. Skinner
York Charles Fisher
George L. Hatheway
John C. Allen
Hiram Dow
Westmorland Albert J. Smith
James Steadman
Amand Landry
William J. Gilbert
Kings George Ryan
Edwin A. Vail
Walter Bates Scovil
Queens John Ferris
Samuel H. Gilbert
Charlotte Arthur Hill Gillmor
George S. Grimmer [1]
John McAdam (1864)
James Boyd
James G. Stevens
Northumberland Robinson Crocker
Edward Williston
John M. Johnson
George Kerr
Sunbury William Edward Perley
John Glasier
Kent Francis McPhelim
Lestock P. W. DesBrisay
Gloucester Robert Young
John Meahan
Carleton David Munro
William Lindsay
Restigouche John McMillan
John Montgomery
Albert Abner R. McClelan
Reuben Stiles
Victoria David B. Raymond
John Costigan
Saint John City Charles Watters
Samuel Leonard Tilley

Notes:

  1. ^ resigned to accept appointment as Clerk of the Peace
Preceded by
18th New Brunswick Legislative Assembly
Legislative Assemblies of New Brunswick
1862-1865
Succeeded by
20th New Brunswick Legislative Assembly

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