Category:George Marsden Waterhouse

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George Marsden Waterhouse (6 April 1824 – 6 August 1906) was a Premier of South Australia from 8 October 1861 until 3 July 1863 and the seventh Premier of New Zealand from 11 October 1872 to 3 March 1873.


George Waterhouse 
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Premier of South Australia (1861-1863) and New Zealand (1872-1873)
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Date of birth 6 April 1824
Penzance
Date of death 6 August 1906
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Country of citizenship
  • United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland
Educated at
  • Kingswood School
Occupation
Member of political party
Position held
  • Premier of South Australia (Thomas Reynolds, 4 July 1863, First Waterhouse Ministry, Second Waterhouse Ministry, 8 October 1861, Francis Dutton, 6)
  • Prime Minister of New Zealand (Edward Stafford, 11 October 1872, William Fox, 3 March 1873)
  • Member of the South Australian Legislative Council (East Torrens, 3 June 1854, independent politician, 3 July 1851, Charles Fenn, 1st Legislative Council of South Australia)
  • Member of the South Australian House of Assembly (1st Parliament of South Australia, East Torrens, 8 September 1857, 26 February 1857, independent politician)
  • Member of the South Australian Legislative Council (2nd Parliament of South Australia, 7 December 1864, 3 April 1860, independent politician)
  • Chief Secretary of South Australia (First Reynolds Ministry, 9 May 1860, John Morphett, 4 February 1861)
  • Chief Secretary of South Australia (8 October 1861, First Waterhouse Ministry, Second Waterhouse Ministry, 4 July 1863)
Native language
  • English
Work location
Authority control
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