- William Bridges-Maxwell
William Bridges-Maxwell Member of the Australian Parliament
5 December 1964 – 25 October 1969
Preceded by Roger Dean Succeeded by Barry Cohen Personal details Born 27 September 1929
Died 15 April 1992(aged 62) Nationality Australian Political party Liberal Party of Australia Spouse(s) Gillian Children Joanna and Michael Occupation Veterinary scientist
Crawford William Bridges-Maxwell (27 September 1929 – 15 April 1992) was an Australian politician. Born in Hobart, Tasmania, he was educated at Geelong Grammar School and then the Royal Agricultural College in England, after which he became a veterinary scientist. In 1964, following the resignation of Roger Dean, Bridges-Maxwell was selected as the Liberal candidate for the Australian House of Representatives seat of Robertson in New South Wales, which he won in the by-election resulting from Dean's resignation. He held the seat until his defeat by Barry Cohen of the Labor Party in 1969. Bridges-Maxwell died in 1994.
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Parliament of Australia Preceded by
Member for Robertson
1964 – 1969
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