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Electoral district of Queanbeyan

Queanbeyan was an electoral district of the Legislative Assembly in the Australian state of New South Wales from 1859 to 1913, in the Queanbeyan area. It replaced parts of the electoral district of United Counties of Murray and St Vincent and the electoral district of Southern Boroughs. It was merged with the electoral district of Monaro in 1913, when much of its former territory had been absorbed in the Australian Capital Territory.

Members for Queanbeyan

Member Party Period
  William Forster None 1859–1860
  William Redman None 1860–1864
  Leopold De Salis None 1864–1869
  William Forster None 1869–1872
  Leopold William De Salis None 1872–1874
  John Wright None 1874–1877
  James Thompson None 1877–1881
  Thomas Rutledge None 1881–1882
  George De Salis None 1882–1885
  Edward O'Sullivan None 1885–1887
  Protectionist 1887–1901
  Progressive 1901–1904
  Alan Millard Liberal Reform 1904–1906
  Granville Ryrie Liberal Reform 1906–1910
  John Cusack Labor 1910–1913

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