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|
|Alexander Alam||ALP||1925–1958, 1963–1973|
|Charles Anderson 4||ALP||1951–1953|
|Joseph Bodkin 3||ALP||1946–1950|
|Donald Cochrane 1||ALP||1950–1964|
|William Dickson||ALP||1925–1934, 1940–1966|
|Jim Eggins 1||Country||1940–1949|
|William Gibb||ALP||1931–1934, 1943–1952|
|Jim Harrison 2||ALP||1943–1949|
|Reginald Jackson 3||ALP||1950–1969|
|Sir Norman Kater||Country||1923–1955|
|Sir Henry Manning||Liberal||1932–1958|
|Alan McNamara||ALP||1931–1934, 1937–1955|
|William Robson 4||Liberal||1920–1951|
|Robert Savage||ALP||1931–1934, 1943–1959|
|Norman Thom 2||ALP||1950–1978|
|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.