Category:Henry Ayers

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Born in Porsea, England 1822

English: Sir Henry Ayers GCMG (1 May 1821 – 11 June 1897) was Premier of South Australia five times between 1863 and 1873, but is perhaps best remembered for having Uluru/Ayers Rock named for him.


Henry Ayers 
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Australian politician
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Date of birth1 May 1821
Portsea Island
Date of death11 June 1897
Adelaide
Country of citizenship
Occupation
Employer
  • South Australian Mining Association
  • Savings Bank of South Australia
  • Bank of Australasia
  • Bank of Adelaide
  • South Australian Gas Company
  • AMP Limited
Member of
  • Adelaide Club
  • University of Adelaide Council (11 November 1874)
Member of political party
Position held
  • Premier of South Australia (15 July 1863, 4 August 1864, Francis Dutton, Arthur Blyth, 8, First Ayers Ministry, Second Ayers Ministry)
  • Premier of South Australia (20 September 1865, 23 October 1865, Francis Dutton, John Hart, Third Ayers Ministry)
  • Premier of South Australia (3 May 1867, 24 September 1868, James Boucaut, John Hart, Fourth Ayers Ministry)
  • Premier of South Australia (13 October 1868, 3 November 1868, John Hart, Henry Strangways, Fifth Ayers Ministry)
  • Premier of South Australia (22 January 1872, 22 July 1873, Arthur Blyth, Arthur Blyth)
  • Member of the South Australian Legislative Council (9 March 1857, 14 April 1888, 1st Parliament of South Australia, 2nd Parliament of South Australia, 9th Parliament of South Australia, independent politician)
  • Member of the South Australian Legislative Council (12 May 1888, 19 December 1893, North-Eastern, independent politician)
  • Chief Secretary of South Australia (15 July 1863, 23 October 1865, First Ayers Ministry, Second Ayers Ministry, First Blyth Ministry, Second Dutton Ministry, Third Ayers Ministry)
  • Chief Secretary of South Australia (3 May 1867, 24 September 1868, Fourth Ayers Ministry)
  • Chief Secretary of South Australia (13 October 1868, 3 November 1868, Fifth Ayers Ministry)
  • Chief Secretary of South Australia (22 January 1872, 22 July 1873)
  • Chief Secretary of South Australia (6 June 1876, 26 October 1877)
  • Minister without Portfolio (4 July 1863, 15 July 1863, First Dutton Ministry, 1)
Native language
Work location
Award received
Authority control
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Subcategories

This category has the following 2 subcategories, out of 2 total.

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  • Uluru(3 C, 1 P, 486 F)

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