Thomas Treloar


Thomas Treloar

Thomas John Treloar (1 August 1892 – 15 November 1953) was an Australian politician. Born in Tamworth, New South Wales, he was educated at Sydney Grammar School before returning to Tamworth as a shopkeeper. He eventually became a company director before serving in World War I 1915-18 and World War II 1942-46. In 1949, he was elected to the Australian House of Representatives as the Country Party member for Gwydir, defeating Labor minister William Scully. He died in 1953, necessitating a by-election for his seat.cite web|last=Carr|first=Adam|title=Australian Election Archive|work=Psephos, Adam Carr's Election Archive|url=http://psephos.adam-carr.net/countries/a/australia|year=2008|accessdate=2008-06-07]

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NAME = Treloar, Thomas John
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SHORT DESCRIPTION = Australian politician
DATE OF BIRTH = 1 August 1892
PLACE OF BIRTH = Tamworth, New South Wales
DATE OF DEATH = 15 November 1953
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