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James John Cadell

James John Cadell, was a politician in Queensland, Australia. He was a Member of the Queensland Legislative Assembly for the electoral district of Burnett from 11 July 1891 - 28 March 1896.

Early life

John James Cadell was born 5 November 1843 in the Hunter River region, New South Wales, Australia. He was educated at Windsor, New South Wales by Judge Carey. John James Cadell married Elizabeth Hume in Workworth, New South Wales in 1871 and together they had 2 sons and 8 daughters. Before his parliamentary career John James Cadell was a Pastoralist at Kitikarara Station; managed Peel River Station for father (1861–70) and owned Iderway Station at Gayndah, Queensland (1870 - death). James John Cadell's political career included being a Queensland Member of Parliament for the electoral district of Burnett (1891 - 1896) and was Mayor of Gayndah (1880). James John Cadell was also a member of the Rawbelle Division Board, Burnett Pastoral Association and Turf Club.

John James Cadell died on the 11 December 1919 in Gayndah, Queensland.

References

James John Cadell Wikipedia


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