George Froy

Van Man

Terms served on Council

Title Council From To
Alderman Alexandria 1914 1917
Alderman Alexandria 1920 1922
  • Alexandria Town Hall in 1943 (Alexandria, 'the Birmingham of Australia': 75 years of progress, 1868-1943, published by Alexandria Municipal Council, 1943).

Family background

George Froy was born in 1846 at Hobart, Tasmania, the son of Jesse Froy and his wife Mary. He married Jessie Mary Edwards (1852-1919) at Seven Oaks, Macleay River, NSW, on 18 October 1871 and they had two daughters and a son. Froy died at Alexandria, NSW, on 20 October 1930, aged 85 years; he was buried in the Methodist Section at Rookwood Cemetery. He left no Will. George Froy lived at 44 Suttor Street, Alexandria.

Occupation & interests

George Froy, storekeeper, of Frederickton, Macleay River, was declared bankrupt in 1887.

Local government service

George Froy was an alderman on the Alexandria Council for two terms representing the West Ward: 1914-17 and 1920-22.


‘The Polling’, The Sydney Morning Herald, 2 February 1914, p. 10,


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