Frederick Charles Monger
| || Date: 25 January 1863|
Place: York, Western Australia
Arrival in WA
|Son of John Henry Monger, grazier, merchant and politician, and Henrietta Joaquina Manning |
Marriage and Family
|Married 18 April 1895, St George’s Cathedral Perth, Ethel Margaret Sherard, (died 3 June 1944), daughter of Charles Wade|
Children: four daughters
|Date: 15 November 1919|
Place: Subiaco, Western Australia
Cemetery: Karrakatta Cemetery, Western Australia
Cause of Death:
|Church of England|
|Educated Wesley College, Melbourne, Victoria|
|Joined his father's business|
One of a group who launched the Wealth of Nations syndicate in 1892
Relinquished partnership with father 1895 and speculated as investor and agent in mining ventures
Joint owner of Wooramel station, Carnarvon and Excelsior Hotel Cue
Local Government Service
|York Municipal Council until October 1892|
Later Liberal until 1917 then Country Party
|24 December 1890|
|No inaugural speech given|
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- MLA York 27 October 1892 (by-election)–15 June 1899 (resigned); 26 June 1899 (by-election)–24 March 1903 (resigned); 27 October 1905–21 October 1914
- Contested York 21 October 1914, 29 September 1917
Private Member's Bills
|Justice of the Peace, 1896|
Declared bankrupt 1899 and 1903
Member committee Perth Stock Exchange
Member Perth Club
|D Black and G Bolton, eds, Biographical Register of Members of the Parliament of Western Australia: volume one 1870-1930, Parliamentary History Project, Perth, WA, 2001, p. 142.|
|Battye, JS. The Cyclopedia of Western Australia vol 1, p. 349.|
Wendy Birman, 'Monger, Frederick Charles (1863–1919)', Australian Dictionary of Biography, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University, http://adb.anu.edu.au/biography/monger-frederick-charles-7624/text13325, published first in hardcopy 1986, accessed online 23 December 2015.
Erickson, Rica. The bicentennial dictionary of Western Australians pre 1829-1888, vol. 3.
Grant, AR. Memories of Parliament, p. 25-27.
Kimberly WB. History of West Australia, p. 30.
Twentieth century impressions of Western Australia, p. 33.
West Australian, 28 October 1905.