Members of the New South Wales Legislative Council, 1949–1952

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This is a list of members of the New South Wales Legislative Council from 1949 to 1952. At this time the Council was not directly elected, but was chosen by a joint sitting of the New South Wales Parliament.

Name Party Years in office
Harold Ahern Liberal 1949–1973
Alexander Alam ALP 1925–1958, 1963–1973
Charles Anderson 4 ALP 1951–1953
Thomas Armstrong Liberal 1935–1955
George Bassett Country 1932–1964
Alfred Binks Liberal 1932–1952
Joseph Bodkin 3 ALP 1946–1950
Arthur Bridges Liberal 1946–1968
Francis Buckley ALP 1946–1954
Harry Budd Country 1946–1978
Cyril Cahill ALP 1949–1977
Hector Clayton Independent 1937–1973
Donald Cochrane 1 ALP 1950–1964
Col Colborne ALP 1949–1973
Arthur Colvin Liberal 1932–1955
James Concannon ALP 1925–1958
William Coulter ALP 1947–1978
Chris Dalton ALP 1943–1970
William Dickson ALP 1925–1934, 1940–1966
Reg Downing ALP 1940–1972
Jim Eggins 1 Country 1940–1949
Robert Erskine ALP 1949–1973
Otway Falkiner Country 1946–1978
Ernest Farrar Liberal 1912–1952
John Ferguson ALP 1945–1952
William Gibb ALP 1931–1934, 1943–1952
Thomas Gleeson ALP 1946–1975
James Graves ALP 1934–1961
Charles Hackett ALP 1943–1964
Jim Harrison 2 ALP 1943–1949
Herbert Henley Country 1937–1964
Henry Horne Liberal 1917–1955
Reginald Jackson 3 ALP 1950–1969
Sir Norman Kater Country 1923–1955
Jim Kenny ALP 1948–1967
Robert King ALP 1931–1960
Hugh Latimer Liberal 1934–1955
Robert Mahony ALP 1921–1961
Jim Maloney ALP 1941–1972
Sir Henry Manning Liberal 1932–1958
Patrick McGirr ALP 1921–1955
Alan McNamara ALP 1931–1934, 1937–1955
Thomas Murray Independent 1921–1958
Ernest O'Dea ALP 1943–1967
Walter Padgen ALP 1946–1955
Stanley Parry Independent 1940–1952
Thomas Playfair Liberal 1927–1966
Graham Pratten Liberal 1937–1976
William Robson 4 Liberal 1920–1951
Robert Savage ALP 1931–1934, 1943–1959
Leon Snider Liberal 1943–1965
Ernest Sommerlad Country 1932–1952
Edmond Speck Liberal 1940–1952
Frank Spicer Country 1925–1973
Thomas Steele Country 1934–1961
John Stewart ALP 1941–1957
Colin Tannock ALP 1931–1952
Norman Thom 2 ALP 1950–1978
Henry Thompson Liberal 1940–1964
John Weir ALP 1949–1973
Horace Whiddon Liberal 1934–1955
Samuel Williams ALP 1943–1962
Robert Wilson Country 1949–1961
Ernest Gerard Wright ALP 1943–1973
1 Country MLC Jim Eggins resigned on 27 October 1949. Labor candidate Donald Cochrane was elected as his replacement on 21 March 1950.
2 Labor MLC Jim Harrison resigned on 28 October 1949. Labor candidate Norman Thom was elected as his replacement on 22 March 1950.
3 Labor MLC Joseph Bodkin died on 18 March 1950. Labor candidate Reginald Jackson was elected as his replacement on 12 April 1950.
4 Liberal MLC William Robson died on 29 June 1951. Labor candidate Charles Anderson was elected as his replacement on 11 October 1951.