Electoral district of Kilmore
The district of Kilmore was one of the initial districts of the first Victorian Legislative Assembly, 1856.
It was defined as:
Commencing at a Point on the Eastern Branch of the Korkarruc Creek, Two Miles 55 Chains South of its Junction with the main Stream, and bounded on the North by a Line East from the said Point to Dry Creek; on the East by the Western Branch of the Dry Creek to its Source, thence by a Line South to the Boundary of the County of Bourke; on the South by the said Boundary to the Source of the Eastern Branch of the aforesaid Korkarruc Creek, and on the West by that Eastern Branch to the commencing Point.
Members for KilmoreEdit
|Sir John O'Shanassy||Nov. 1856 – Dec. 1865|
|Richard Davies Ireland||Feb. 1866 – Dec. 1867|
|Lawrence Bourke||Mar. 1868 – Mar. 1874|
|Thomas Hunt||May 1874 – Apr. 1877|
- Map of Electoral district of Kilmore at State Library of Victoria