15th New Brunswick Legislature

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The 15th New Brunswick Legislative Assembly represented New Brunswick between February 6, 1851, and May 19, 1854.

The assembly sat at the pleasure of the Governor of New Brunswick Edmund Walker Head.

Charles Simonds was chosen as speaker for the house. After Simonds resigned his seat, William Crane served as speaker from January 1852 to March 1853 when he resigned due to poor health. Daniel Hanington was chosen to replace Crane as speaker.

List of members[edit]

Electoral District Name
Saint John County Robert D. Wilmot
William J. Ritchie[1]
John F. Goddard (1851)
John H. Gray
Charles Simonds[1]
John Johnson (1851)
York James Taylor
George L. Hatheway
Thomas Pickard, Jr.
Lemuel A. Wilmot
Westmorland William Crane[2]
Amand Landry (1853)
Daniel Hanington
Bliss Botsford
Robert B. Chapman
Kings Matthew McLeod
George Ryan
Henry W. Purdy
Queens John Earle
Thomas Gilbert
Charlotte John James Robinson
Robert Thomson
William Porter
Bartholomew R. Fitzgerald
Northumberland Alexander Rankin [3]
Peter Mitchell (1852)
John A. Street
John M. Johnson
John T. Williston
Sunbury George Hayward
William Scoullar
Kent Robert B. Cutler
Francis McPhelim
Gloucester Robert Gordon
Joseph Read
Carleton Charles Connell
Horace H. Beardsley
Restigouche John Montgomery
Andrew Barberie
Albert William H. Steeves
Reuben Stiles
Victoria John R. Partelow
Francis Rice
Saint John City Samuel Leonard Tilley[1]
James A. Harding (1851)
William H. Needham

Notes:

  1. ^ a b c resigned seat in 1851
  2. ^ died in 1853
  3. ^ died in 1852
Preceded by
14th New Brunswick Legislative Assembly
Legislative Assemblies of New Brunswick
1851-1854
Succeeded by
16th New Brunswick Legislative Assembly

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