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Grosvenor Francis

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Preceded by  Charles McDonald
Died  November 30, 1944
Nationality  Australian
Succeeded by  Darby Riordan
Name  Grosvenor Francis
Resigned  October 12, 1929
Role  Australian Politician

Grosvenor Francis
Born  14 August 1873 (1873-08-14)
Political party  Nationalist Party of Australia
Party  Nationalist Party of Australia

Grosvenor Arundell Francis (14 August 1873 – 30 November 1944) was an Australian politician. He was the Nationalist Party member for the House of Representatives seat of Kennedy from the 1925 election until his defeat by Darby Riordan at the 1929 election.

Francis was brought up in Normanton and educated at Brisbane Grammar School. He had been a solicitor in Charters Towers since 1901, specialising in pastoral and mining interests. He was a director of the North Queensland Worsteel and Woollen Mills (Charters Towers), Ltd.

Francis was declared elected unopposed at the 1925 election when the sitting Labor member, Charles McDonald died on 13 November 1925, the day before the election.

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Grosvenor Francis Wikipedia


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