Allan Macpherson

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Allan Macpherson (24 October 1818 – 6 November 1891) was a politician in New South Wales, Australia. He was a Member of the New South Wales Legislative Assembly.

Early life[edit]

Macpherson was born at Blairgowrie, Scotland.[1]

He went to Sydney, Australia with his parents Willam and Jessie Macpherson in 1829 where he attended Cape's School and later acquired the rural properties of Keera near Bingara, New South Wales and Mount Abundance near Roma in Queensland.[2]

Politics[edit]

He was a member of the New South Wales Legislative Assembly and represented the Electoral district of Central Cumberland from 1863 to 1868.

Later life[edit]

He died at Blairgowrie on 6 November 1891.[3]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Parliament of New South Wales internet site
  2. ^ "Mount Abundance: or The Experiences of a Pioneer Squatter in Australia", London, 1879 by Allan Macpherson
  3. ^ Blairgowrie Advertiser, Saturday, 7 November 1891

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