Albert Ernest Thomas
| || Date: 10 March, 1872|
Place: Camborne, Cornwall, England, United Kingdom
Arrival in WA
|Son of Joseph, mine manager, and Charlotte Augusta Dunstan |
Marriage and Family
|Married 13 December 1897, Wesley Church, Coolgardie to Mary Warrington (born circa 1874) daughter of Edmund and Annie Vivian Moyle|
Number of children unknown
|Date: After 1920. 25 May 1923?|
Place: Cornwall, England?
Cemetery: Centenary Methodist Chapel & Cemetery?, Cornwall, England
|Truro and Sheffield, Camborne School of Mines; Medal of Mining Institution|
|Miner and manager|
|Between 1892 and 1896, mined in Cornwall (tin and copper), Wales (lead) and South Africa (from 1893)|
To Western Australia 1896 for New Austral Company (Paris)
Attorney for several Norseman mines
General manager Hill End Mine, Norseman; Vale of Coolgardie Gold Mine (living Coolgardie 1897)
|Independent to 1905|
Liberal in 1908
|24 April 1901|
|Search for speeches by Albert Thomas|
- MLA Dundas 24 April 1901–27 October 1905
- Contested Dundas 13 November 1905, 16 October 1908
|Member executive council Chamber of Mines of Western Australia|
Returned to Cornwall, England circa 1910
|Medal of Mining Institution|
|D Black and G Bolton, eds, Biographical Register of Members of the Parliament of Western Australia: volume one 1870-1930, Parliamentary History Project, Perth, WA, 2010, p. 193|
Morning Herald 29 June 1904.
Twentieth Century Impressions of Western Australia. Anon. P.H.W. Thiel: Perth, 1901, p. 36.
West Australian, 29 June 1904.