15th General Assembly of Nova Scotia

The 15th General Assembly of Nova Scotia represented Nova Scotia between 1836 and 1840. The assembly was dissolved on October 21, 1840.

The assembly sat at the pleasure of the Governor of Nova Scotia, Colin Campbell.

Samuel George William Archibald was chosen as speaker for the house.

List of membersEdit

Electoral District Name
Annapolis County Frederick A. Robicheau
William Holland
County of Cape Breton James Boyle Uniacke
Colchester County Samuel G. W. Archibald
Cumberland County Gaius Lewis
Alexander Stewart[1]
Guysborough County William F. DesBarres
Hugh McDonald
Halifax County Joseph Howe
William Annand
Hants County Benjamin Smith
Henry Goudge
Juste-au-Corps County William Young
James Turnbull
Kings County Samuel Chipman
Thomas Andrew Strange DeWolf
Lunenburg County William Rudolf[1]

John Creighton (1838)

Garrett Miller
Pictou County George Smith
John Holmes
Queens County Joseph Freeman
Samuel P. Fairbanks
Richmond County Laurence Kavanagh
Shelburne County Winthrop Sargent
Sydney County Alexander McDougall
John Young[2]
Yarmouth County Herbert Huntington
Township of Halifax Hugh Bell
Thomas Forrester
Township of Lunenburg John Heckman
Township of Liverpool William B. Taylor
Township of Shelburne Peter Spearwater, Jr.
Township of Barrington John Sargent
Township of Yarmouth Reuben Clements
Township of Argyle Simon D'Entremont
Township of Digby James B. Holdsworth
Township of Annapolis Elnathan Whitman
Township of Granville Stephen S. Thorne
Township of Horton Perez M. Benjamin
Township of Cornwallis John Morton
Township of Amherst Robert McGowan Dickie
Township of Pictou Henry Hatton
Township of Londonderry Gloud W. McLelan
Town of Truro Alexander L. Archibald
Town of Onslow Alexander M. Upham
Township of Windsor Lewis M. Wilkins[1]

Richard A. McHeffy (1838)

Township of Newport James Whidden Allison
Township of Falmouth John Elder
Township of Sydney Edmund Murray Dodd
Township of Arichat Laurence O'Connor Doyle


  1. ^ a b c named to Legislative Council
  2. ^ died in 1837


Preceded by General Assemblies of Nova Scotia
Succeeded by