William Walker (New South Wales politician)

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William Walker (26 February 1828 – 12 June 1908) was a politician in colonial New South Wales.[1]

Walker was born in Glasgow, Scotland, and arrived in Sydney with his parents in 1837.[1] He was elected as member for Windsor in the New South Wales Legislative Assembly on 12 March 1860, holding the seat until 15 November 1869.[1]

On 8 February 1888 Walker was appointed to the New South Wales Legislative Council for life.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d "Mr William (2) WALKER (1828 - 1908)". Parliament of New South Wales.