George Stanyford Francis (Frank) Cowcher
| || Date: 30 December 1854|
Place: Barrigup near Pinjarra, Western Australia
|Eldest son of George Stanyford, farmer, and Eliza Houston Jackson |
Marriage and Family
|Married 7 January 1882, Marradong, Hotham River to Emma Sophie Farmer (born 1863 and died 1950), daughter of Thomas and Margaret Spencer|
Children: four sons and four daughters
|Date: 4 August 1925|
Place: Dookenning, Williams, Western Australia
Cemetery: Mailing Cemetery, WA
|Church of England|
Local Government Service
|Wandering Road Board 1877|
Williams Road Board secretary 1893
Williams Road Board secretary 1895–1896
Williams Road Board secretary member 1908, and 1913–1924
|28 June 1904|
|No inaugural speech was given|
|Search for speeches by George Cowcher|
- MLA Williams 28 June 1904–3 October 1911
- Contested Williams–Narrogin 3 October 1911
- Contested South East Province 8 May 1920
|Battye II, 688–691.|
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, 2001, p. 55.
AH Chate; An Account of the Cowcher Family, JHSWA December 1953.
Narrogin Observer, 15 August 1925.
West Australian, 5 August 1925.