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Alfred Conroy

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Preceded by  New seat
Nationality  Australian
Died  November 28, 1920
Succeeded by  John Lynch
Role  Australian Politician

Preceded by  Benjamin Bennett
Name  Alfred Conroy
Succeeded by  David Hall
Occupation  Barrister
Resigned  September 5, 1914
Alfred Conroy
Born  7 April 1864 Winchelsea, Victoria (1864-04-07)
Political party  Free Trade Party (1901–1906), Commonwealth Liberal Party (1913–1914)

Alfred Hugh Beresford Conroy (7 April 1864 – 28 November 1920) was an Australian politician. Born in Winchelsea, Victoria, he was educated at Hawthorn Grammar School in Melbourne. Becoming a bank clerk and surveyor, he moved to Goulburn in New South Wales in 1883. In 1893 he became a barrister, and he was an alderman on Goulburn Council. In 1901, he was elected to the Australian House of Representatives as the inaugural member for Werriwa, representing the Free Trade Party. In 1906, he was defeated by Labor candidate David Hall, but in 1913 he was returned to the Parliament, again as the member for Werriwa but this time representing the Commonwealth Liberal Party. He was defeated again in 1914, and retired, dying in 1920.

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