| || Date: 1 December 1848|
Place: Carrolyup, Pinjarra, Western Australia
|Son of John McLarty, farmer and Mary Ann Pollard|
Brother of John Pollard McLarty, farmer, businessperson and politician
Marriage and Family
|Married 10 March 1873, St George’s Cathedral, Perth, Mary Jane Campbell (born circa 1849 and died circa June 1931), daughter of Robert and Jane Hall|
Children: six sons, including Ross McLarty, farmer and politician, and one daughter
|Date: 13 August 1917|
Place: Pinjarra, Western Australia
Cemetery: Pinjarra Cemetery, Western Australia
|Church of England|
|1866 manager of run at Mandurah|
Stockbreeder on 16,000 acres at Pinjarra
1880s ran mail coaches Perth–Vasse and 1888–1893 Perth–Bunbury
1881 promoted Kimberley Pastoral Co
Local Government Service
|Murray Road Board from 1875 for nearly 40 years|
|16 July 1894|
|Search for speeches by Edward McLarty|
- MLC South-West Province 16 July 1894–21 May 1916
- Father of the House 19 February 1916–21 May 1916
|President of Farmers’ Progress Association|
1891 Justice of the Peace
Vice-president Pastoralists Association
Member Advisory Board of Agriculture
|Battye, JS. The Cyclopedia of Western Australia, vol 1, p. 330–331.|
Black, David and Geoffrey Bolton. Biographical register of members of the Parliament of Western Australia: volume one 1870-1930.
Erikson, Rica. The bicentennial dictionary of Western Australians, pre-1829-1888, Volume III.
Kimberly, WB. History of West Australia. A Narrative of her Past, together with biographies of her leading men, p. 160–161.
Twentieth century impressions of Western Australia, p. 25.
West Australian, 15 August 1917.