George Frederick McWilliams
| || Date: Born circa 10 November 1865|
Place: Little River near Geelong, Victoria, Australia
Arrival in WA
|Arrived WA in 1888|
|Son of Wilson, gentleman, and Anne Toohey |
Marriage and Family
|Date: 12 February 1907|
Place: Perth, Western Australia
Cemetery: Karrakatta Cemetery, Western Australia
|Church of England|
|Educated English private schools and Melbourne University|
|Practised in York in 1888 then to Wyndham|
Pearling in north-west for a time
Also worked as a stockman
Practised as a doctor in Perth
Outpatient physician at Perth Hospital
Surgeon captain WA Volunteer forces in Boer War while Member of Parliament
Major then Lieutenant-Colonel 1st (Mounted Infantry) Contingent
Supported Leake and James ministries
|5 October 1901|
|No inaugural speech given|
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- MLA North Perth 5 October 1901 (by-election)–24 June 1904
|Introduced St John’s Ambulance Society WA and became president|
Queen’s medal with clasps
1904 honorary medical officer and member Board of Management, Perth Hospital
|Black, David and Geoffrey Bolton. Biographical register of members of the Parliament of Western Australia: volume one 1870-1930, p. 132.|
Bolton, GC and P Joske. History of Royal Perth Hospital.
Erickson, Rica. The bicentennial dictionary of Western Australians pre 1829-1888, vol 3.
Morning Herald 13 February 1907.
Kimberly WB. History of West Australia, p. 96–97.
Who's Who Australia (1906)