38th New Brunswick Legislature

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The 38th New Brunswick Legislative Assembly represented New Brunswick between March 5, 1936, and October 24, 1939.

Murray MacLaren served as Lieutenant-Governor of New Brunswick.

Hedley F. G. Bridges was chosen as speaker.

The Liberal Party led by Allison Dysart formed the government.

List of Members[edit]

Electoral District Name Party
Saint John County Robert McAllister Conservative
H. Colby Smith Conservative
York John B. McNair Liberal
Ernest W. Stairs Liberal
H. Ralph Gunter Liberal
Stewart E. Durling Liberal
Westmorland Austin C. Taylor Liberal
Frank H. Copp Liberal
E. R. McDonald Liberal
Simeon Melanson Liberal
Kings Walter W. V. Foster Liberal
Colin C. McDonald Liberal
W. A. Jeffries Liberal
Queens F. A. McGrand Liberal
W. M. Jenkins Liberal
Charlotte A. D. Dyas Conservative
J.J. Hayes Doone Liberal
R. Fraser Keay Liberal
Foster C. Calder Liberal
Northumberland William S. Anderson Liberal
Richard J. Gill Liberal
Frederick M. Tweedie Liberal
Hidulphe A. Savoie Liberal
Sunbury Gabriel F. Smith Liberal
W. C. Lawson Liberal
Kent A. Allison Dysart Liberal
Auguste J. Bordage Liberal
François G. Richard Liberal
Gloucester Clovis T. Richard Liberal
J. André Doucet Liberal
F.T.B. Young Liberal
William A. Losier Liberal
Carleton Edwin W. Melville Conservative
Gladstone W. Perry Conservative
Fred C. Squires Conservative
Restigouche H.F.G. Bridges Liberal
Philibert LeBlanc Liberal
Albert H. O. Downey Liberal
Fred Colpitts[1] Liberal
Victoria Frederick W. Pirie Liberal
John W. Niles Liberal
Madawaska Pio Laporte Liberal
J. Gaspard Boucher Liberal
Saint John City A. P. Paterson Liberal
W. F. Roberts Liberal
Horace A. Porter Liberal
E. J. Henneberry Liberal
Moncton Charles H. Blakeney Liberal

Notes:

  1. ^ Family History
Preceded by
37th New Brunswick Legislative Assembly
Legislative Assemblies of New Brunswick
1935-1939
Succeeded by
39th New Brunswick Legislative Assembly

References[edit]

  • Canadian Parliamentary Guide, 1939, AL Normandin