Henry Cary Dangar
Dangar was born in Port Stephens, Australia, second son of Henry Dangar. Dangar was educated at Trinity College, Cambridge, where he graduated M.A. in 1857. He entered at the Inner Temple in August 1849, and was called to the bar in June 1854.
Dangar was elected to the New South Wales Legislative Assembly on 16 December 1874 for West Sydney, a seat he held until 12 October 1877. Dangar then represented East Sydney from 17 November 1880 to 23 November 1882. On 9 October 1883 he was appointed to the New South Wales Legislative Council, a position he held until his death.
Dangar was a member of the Australian Jockey Club for 42 years. On 19 September 1865 Dangar married Lucy, daughter of Hon. John Lamb, M.L.C., of New South Wales, formerly Commander R.N., and Emma, his wife, daughter of John Robinson, of London.
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