John Henry Monger
| || Date: 25 January 1831|
Place: Perth, Western Australia
|Son of John Henry Monger and Mary, brother of Joseph Taylor |
Marriage and Family
|Married 21 July 1857, England to Henrietta Joaquina Manning, (died 13 October 1894), daughter of Charles Alexander and Joaquina Calero|
Children: four sons, including Frederick Charles Monger, businessperson and politician, and four daughters
|Date: 23 February 1892|
Place: Faversham, York, Western Australia
Cemetery: Perth Cemetery, Western Australia
|Businessperson and farmer|
|Built up business at York, later opened head office in Perth with brothers and elsewhere including goldfields|
In shipping trade with George Shenton
Farmer and pastoralist with large extent of pastoral country east of York, also in South-West, Pilbara and Kimberleys
|24 December 1890|
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- MLC York 28 October 1870–23 June 1875 (resigned)
- Nominated MLC 24 December 1890–23 February 1892
|In England during early life|
Visited England 1856–1857
Interested in sandalwood industry
Foundation vice-president Western Australian Cricket Association
|Black, David and Geoffrey Bolton. Biographical register of members of the Parliament of Western Australia: volume one 1870-1930, p. 142.|
Erickson, Rica. The bicentennial dictionary of Western Australians pre 1829-1888, vol 3.
Henn, PU. Genealogical Notes.
Kimberly WB. History of West Australia, p. 30.
Possum, 2 December 1887.
West Australian, 24 February 1892, 17 July 1937.
|R. P. Wright, 'Monger, John Henry (1831–1892)', Australian Dictionary of Biography, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University, http://adb.anu.edu.au/biography/monger-john-henry-4221/text6805, published first in hardcopy 1974, accessed online 23 December 2015.|