Category:Samuel Griffith

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Samuel Griffith 
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Australian politician
Wikipedia
Date of birth 21 June 1845
Merthyr Tydfil
Samuel Walker Griffith
Date of death 9 August 1920
Brisbane
Place of burial
Country of citizenship
Educated at
  • University of Sydney
Occupation
Position held
  • Premier of Queensland (Thomas McIlwraith, North Brisbane, 13 June 1888, 13 November 1883, Thomas McIlwraith, 9)
  • Chief Justice of Australia (17 October 1919, 5 October 1903, Adrian Knox, 1)
  • Member of the Queensland Legislative Assembly (15 November 1878, North Brisbane, 13 June 1888)
  • Treasurer of Queensland (14, James Dickson, Thomas McIlwraith, North Brisbane)
  • Member of the Privy Council of the United Kingdom
  • Premier of Queensland (Boyd Dunlop Morehead, 12 August 1890, Thomas McIlwraith, 27 March 1893)
  • Member of the Queensland Legislative Assembly (Robert Travers Atkin, Electoral district of East Moreton, 25 November 1873, 3 April 1872, William Fryar)
  • Member of the Queensland Legislative Assembly (Samuel Grimes, 25 November 1873, Oxley, 14 November 1878)
  • Member of the Queensland Legislative Assembly (John James Kingsbury, 13 June 1888, Brisbane North, 29 April 1893)
Sibling
  • Mary Harriett Griffith
Award received
  • Knight Grand Cross of the Order of St Michael and St George
Authority control
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