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List of members of the Australian Parliament who died in office

The following is a list of members of the Australian Parliament who died in office.

Senate

Member Party
State
Date of death Age at death (years) Cause
Frederick Thomas Sargood   Free Trade Party Victoria January 2, 1903[1] 68
William Russell   Labor South Australia June 28, 1912 69 Heart disease[2]
Gregor McGregor   Labor South Australia August 13, 1914 65 Heart disease[3]
Robert Guthrie   Nationalist South Australia January 20, 1921 63 Head injuries sustained after being struck by a tram[4]
John Adamson   Nationalist Queensland May 2, 1922 65 Fell in front of a train in possible suicide[5]
Thomas Bakhap   Nationalist Tasmania August 18, 1923 56
Edward Millen   Nationalist New South Wales September 14, 1923 62 Chronic nephritis[6]
Stephen Barker   Labor Victoria June 21, 1924[7] 77-78
Allan McDougall   Labor New South Wales October 14, 1924 67 Diabetes[8]
Jack Power   Labor New South Wales January 13, 1925[9] 41
Edward Russell   Nationalist Victoria July 18, 1925 46 Brain disease[10]
James O'Loghlin   Labor South Australia December 4, 1925 73 Tuberculosis[11]
Charles McHugh   Labor South Australia July 24, 1927 40 Pneumonia[12]
John Grant   Labor New South Wales May 19, 1928[13] 70-71
Thomas Givens   Nationalist Queensland June 19, 1928 64 Heart disease[14]
David Andrew   Country Party Victoria November 19, 1928 62
John Chapman   Labor South Australia March 14, 1931 51
Harold Edward Elliott   Nationalist Victoria March 23, 1931 52 Suicide caused by post-traumatic stress disorder[15]
James Ogden   United Australia Party Tasmania February 5, 1932[16] 63
Walter Kingsmill   United Australia Party Western Australia January 15, 1935 70 Coronary occlusion[17]
Lionel Courtenay   United Australia Party New South Wales July 11, 1935[18] 55
William Carroll   Country Party Western Australia May 30, 1936[19] 64
John MacDonald   Labor Queensland August 17, 1937 57 Heart disease[20]
John Barnes   Labor Victoria January 31, 1938 69 Cancer
Bertie Johnston   Country Party Western Australia September 6, 1942 62 Drowning[21]
James Cunningham   Labor Western Australia July 4, 1943[22] 63
Richard Keane   Labor Victoria April 26, 1946 65 Heart disease[23]
Richard Nash   Labor Western Australia December 12, 1951 61 Heart attack[24]
Edmund Piesse   Country Party Western Australia August 25, 1952 62 Suicide by carbon-monoxide poisoning[25]
Jack Chamberlain   Liberal Tasmania January 16, 1953[26] 68
George McLeay   Liberal South Australia September 14, 1955 63 Ischemic heart disease[27]
Jack Devlin   Labor Victoria May 26, 1957[28] 57
Bill Ashley   Labor New South Wales June 27, 1958 76 Stroke[29]
Harrie Seward   Country Party Western Australia July 23, 1958[30] 74
Rex Pearson   Liberal South Australia September 11, 1961 56
Max Poulter   Labor Queensland September 2, 1962[31] 49
Seddon Vincent   Liberal Western Australia November 9, 1964 56
Harrie Wade   Country Party Victoria November 18, 1964 59 Heart attack[32]
Shane Paltridge   Liberal Western Australia January 21, 1966 56 Cancer[33]
Bob Sherrington   Liberal Queensland March 16, 1966 64
Charles Sandford   Labor Victoria October 22, 1966 71
Clive Hannaford   Independent South Australia October 24, 1967[34] 64
Keith Laught   Liberal South Australia May 13, 1969 61
Sam Cohen   Labor Victoria October 7, 1969 50 Heart attack
Colin McKellar   Country Party New South Wales April 13, 1970 66 Coronary heart disease
James Ormonde   Labor New South Wales November 30, 1970 67
Bertie Milliner   Labor Queensland June 30, 1975 63 Heart attack
Ivor Greenwood   Liberal Victoria October 13, 1976 49 Heart attack
John Knight   Liberal Australian Capital Territory March 4, 1981 37 Heart attack
Alan Missen   Liberal Victoria March 30, 1986 60 Heart attack[35]
Olive Zakharov   Labor Victoria March 6, 1995[36] 65 Struck by a car
John Panizza   Liberal Western Australia January 31, 1997 65
Jeannie Ferris   Liberal South Australia April 1, 2007 66 Ovarian cancer[37]
Judith Adams   Liberal Western Australia March 31, 2012 68 Breast cancer[38]
Alex Gallacher   Labor South Australia August 29, 2021 67 Lung cancer[39]
Kimberley Kitching   Labor Victoria March 10, 2022[40] 52 Heart attack (suspected)
Jim Molan   Liberal New South Wales January 16, 2023 72 Cancer[41]
Linda White   Labor Victoria 29 February, 2024 63-64 Cancer[42]

House of Representatives

Member Party
State/Division
Date of death Age at death (years) Cause
William Henry Groom   Protectionist Queensland
(Darling Downs)
August 8, 1901 68 Bronchial catarrh, heart failure
Frederick William Piesse   Free Trade Party Tasmania
(Tasmania)
March 6, 1902 53
Edward Braddon   Free Trade Party Tasmania
(Wilmot)
February 2, 1904 74
Charles Kingston   Protectionist South Australia
(Adelaide)
May 11, 1908 57 Stroke[43]
Frederick Holder   Independent South Australia
(Wakefield)
July 23, 1909 59 Cerebral hemorrhage[44]
Henry Beard   Labor Victoria
(Batman)
December 18, 1910[45] 45-46 Complications from a medical operation
George Edwards   Liberal New South Wales
(North Sydney)
February 4, 1911 56 Head injuries from a gas explosion[46]
Lee Batchelor   Labor South Australia
(Boothby)
October 8, 1911 46 Heart attack[47]
Charlie Frazer   Labor Western Australia
(Kalgoorlie)
November 25, 1913 33 Pneumonia[48]
Ernest Roberts   Labor South Australia
(Adelaide)
December 2, 1913 45 Heart disease
John Arthur   Labor Victoria
(Bendigo)
December 9, 1914 39 Kidney disease
Edward Jolley   Labor Victoria
(Grampians)
January 1, 1915 40-41 Cerebral hemorrhage[49]
Robert Howe   Labor New South Wales
(Dalley)
April 2, 1915[50] 53-54
Charles Howroyd   Labor Tasmania
(Darwin)
May 10, 1917[51] 50
Charles Carty Salmon   Liberal Victoria
(Grampians)
September 15, 1917 57
John Forrest   Nationalist Western Australia
(Swan)
September 2, 1918 71 Skin cancer[52]
James Chester Manifold   Nationalist Victoria
(Corangamite)
October 30, 1918 51 Pneumonia
Albert Palmer   Nationalist Victoria
(Echuca)
August 14, 1919 59-60 Pneumonia[53]
Jim Page   Labor Queensland
(Maranoa)
June 3, 1921[54] 59-60
T.J. Ryan   Labor New South Wales
(West Sydney)
August 1, 1921 45 Pneumonia
Frank Tudor   Labor Victoria
(Yarra)
January 10, 1922[55] 55
Austin Chapman   Nationalist New South Wales
(Eden-Monaro)
January 12, 1926 61 Cerebro-vascular disease
Herbert Pratten   Nationalist New South Wales
(Parramatta)
May 7, 1928 63 Cerebral hemorrhage
Edward Corser   Nationalist Queensland
(Wide Bay)
July 31, 1928[56] 75-76
William McWilliams   Independent Tasmania
(Franklin)
October 22, 1929 73 Angina pectoris
John West   Labor New South Wales
(East Sydney)
February 5, 1931 79
John Clasby   United Australia Party New South Wales
(East Sydney)
January 15, 1932 40-41
David Watkins   Labor New South Wales
(Newcastle)
April 8, 1935 69 Cancer[57]
George Maxwell   United Australia Party Victoria
(Fawkner)
June 25, 1935 76
Darby Riordan   Labor Queensland
(Kennedy)
October 15, 1936 50 Pneumonia[58]
Littleton Groom   United Australia Party Queensland
(Darling Downs)
November 6, 1936 69 Cerebro-vascular disease
Charles Hawker   United Australia Party South Australia
(Wakefield)
October 25, 1938 44 Plane crash[59]
Francis Matthew John Baker   Labor Queensland
(Griffith)
March 28, 1939 35-36 Motor accident[60]
Joseph Lyons   United Australia Party Tasmania
(Wilmot)
April 7, 1939 59 Heart attack[61]
Geoffrey Street   United Australia Party Victoria
(Corangamite)
August 13, 1940 46 Plane crash[62]
James Fairbairn   United Australia Party Victoria
(Flinders)
August 13, 1940 43 Plane crash[62]
Henry Gullett   United Australia Party Victoria
(Henty)
August 13, 1940 62 Plane crash[62]
Albert Green   Labor Western Australia
(Kalgoorlie)
October 2, 1940 70
Henry Gregory   Country Party Western Australia
(Swan)
November 15, 1940[63] 80
John Price   United Australia Party South Australia
(Boothby)
April 23, 1941[64] 59
John Curtin   Labor Western Australia
(Fremantle)
July 5, 1945 60 Heart disease[65]
Ben Chifley   Labor New South Wales
(Macquarie)
June 13, 1951 65 Heart attack[66]
Jim Eggins   Country Party New South Wales
(Lyne)
January 28, 1952 53 Cerebral disease[67]
Rupert Ryan   Liberal Victoria
(Flinders)
August 25, 1952 68 Heart failure
Bert Lazzarini   Labor New South Wales
(Werriwa)
October 1, 1952 68 Cerebral hemorrhage
Billy Hughes   Liberal New South Wales
(Bradfield)
October 28, 1952[68] 90
Sol Rosevear   Labor New South Wales
(Dalley)
March 21, 1953 61 Coronary occlusion
Allan McDonald   Liberal Victoria
(Corangamite)
June 10, 1953 64 Cancer
Dan Mulcahy   Labor New South Wales
(Lang)
July 21, 1953[69] 71
Thomas Treloar   Liberal New South Wales
(Gwydir)
November 15, 1953[70] 61
Tom Sheehan   Labor New South Wales
(Cook)
March 26, 1955 63
Billy Davies   Labor New South Wales
(Cunningham)
February 17, 1956 71-72
Archie Cameron   Liberal South Australia
(Barker)
August 9, 1956 61 Heart attack[71]
Hubert Lawrence Anthony   Country Party New South Wales
(Richmond)
July 12, 1957 60
Percy Clarey   Labor Victoria
(Bendigo)
May 17, 1960 70 Pneumonia[72]
Frank Timson   Liberal Victoria
(Higinbotham)
October 16, 1960[73] 51
Alan Bird   Labor Victoria
(Batman)
July 21, 1962 55
Edgar Russell   Labor South Australia
(Grey)
March 31, 1963 72
Eddie Ward   Labor New South Wales
(East Sydney)
July 31, 1963 64 Heart attack[74]
Athol Townley   Liberal Tasmania
(Denison)
December 24, 1963[75] 58
George Shaw   Country Party Queensland
(Dawson)
January 9, 1966[76] 58 Cerebral hemorrhage
George Gray   Country Party Queensland
(Capricornia)
August 2, 1967 63 Pulmonary edema
Harold Holt   Liberal Victoria
(Higgins)
December 17, 1967 59 Disappeared. Presumed drowned[77]
Jim Fraser   Labor Australian Capital Territory
(Australian Capital Territory)
April 1, 1970 62 Cancer
Wilfrid Kent Hughes   Liberal Victoria
(Chisholm)
July 30, 1970[78] 75
Rex Connor   Labor New South Wales
(Cunningham)
August 22, 1977 70 Coronary occlusion
Frank Stewart   Labor New South Wales
(Grayndler)
April 16, 1979 56 Heart attack
Eric Robinson   Liberal Queensland
(McPherson)
January 7, 1981 51 Heart attack[79]
Greg Wilton   Labor Victoria
(Isaacs)
June 14, 2000 44 Suicide[80]
Peter Nugent   Liberal Victoria
(Aston)
April 24, 2001[81] 63 Heart attack
Don Randall   Liberal Western Australia
(Canning)
July 21, 2015 62 Heart attack[82]
Peta Murphy   Labor Victoria
(Dunkley)
December 4, 2023 50 Breast Cancer[83]

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