16th New Brunswick Legislature

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The 16th New Brunswick Legislative Assembly represented New Brunswick between October 19, 1854, and May 30, 1856.

The assembly sat at the pleasure of the Governor of New Brunswick John Henry Thomas Manners-Sutton.

Daniel Hanington was chosen as speaker for the house.

List of members[edit]

Electoral District Name
Saint John County John R. Partelow [1]
Robert Duncan Wilmot
John Hamilton Gray
William J. Ritchie
York Charles Fisher
Charles McPherson
James Taylor
George L. Hatheway
Westmorland Daniel Hanington
Albert J. Smith
Amand Landry
James Steadman
Kings Matthew McLeod
George Ryan
Henry W. Purdy
Queens Samuel H. Gilbert
John Ferris
Charlotte Arthur Hill Gillmor
John McAdam
James Boyd
James Brown
Northumberland John A. Street
George Kerr
John M. Johnson, Jr.
Richard Sutton
Sunbury George Hayward
Enoch Lunt
Kent Robert Barry Cutler
Francis McPhelim
Gloucester William End
Patrick McNaughton
Carleton Charles Connell
Richard English
Restigouche John Montgomery
Chipman Botsford
Albert Edward Stevens
Abner R. McClelan
Victoria Francis Rice
James Tibbits
Saint John City James A. Harding
Samuel Leonard Tilley

Notes:

  1. ^ named Auditor General in 1855
Preceded by
15th New Brunswick Legislative Assembly
Legislative Assemblies of New Brunswick
1854-1856
Succeeded by
17th New Brunswick Legislative Assembly

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