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Charles Anderson Wilkinson CBE (19 July 1868 – 3 November 1956)[1] was a New Zealand Independent Member of Parliament for Egmont, in the North Island.

Member of Parliament

Charles Wilkinson represented the Egmont electorate in the New Zealand House of Representatives from 1912 to 1919 and then again between 1928 and 1943. He was awarded a CBE in 1951 for services to New Zealand.

Wilkinson was a Reform MP between 1912-1919 and an Independent from 1928 to 1943[2] [3]

References

  1. ^ Ralston, Bruce, 'Wilkinson, Charles Anderson, 1868-1956.' Dictionary of New Zealand Biography, updated 22-Jun-2007, http://www.dnzb.govt.nz/, retrieved 2009-10-30  
  2. ^ :*Wood, G. Antony (ed.) (1996), Ministers and Members in the New Zealand Parliament, Dunedin, [N.Z.]: Otago University Press, p. 105  
  3. ^ :*Habershon, Richard G. (1958), A Study in Politics: 1928-1931 [M.A.- University of Auckland], p. xxvi  

Further reading

  • Andrews, Henry J. (1959), The history of Eltham, New Zealand: cradle of the dairy export industry, Eltham, [N.Z.]: Eltham Borough Council  
  • Habershon, Richard G. (1958), A Study in Politics: 1928-1931 [M.A.- University of Auckland]  
  • Bassett, Michael (1982), Three party politics in New Zealand, 1911-1931, n.p.: Historical Publications, ISBN 0-868-70006-1  
  • Standish, Russell (1984), Eltham: one hundred years, Eltham, [N.Z.]: Eltham District Centennial Committee  
  • Standish, Russell (2007), Pioneer traders of Taranaki, Tauranga, [N.Z.]: Russell Standish, ISBN 9780473117177  
  • Wood, G. Antony (ed.) (1996), Ministers and Members in the New Zealand Parliament, Dunedin, [N.Z.]: Otago University Press  
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