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Members of the South Australian House of Assembly, 1950–1953

This is a list of members of the South Australian House of Assembly from 1950 to 1953, as elected at the 1950 state election:

Name Party Electorate Term of office
David Brookman LCL Alexandra 1948–1973
Arthur Christian LCL Eyre 1933–1956
John Clark [2] Labor Gawler 1952–1973
Geoffrey Clarke LCL Burnside 1946–1959
Charles Davis Labor Port Pirie 1946–1959
Leslie Duncan [2] Labor Gawler 1938–1952
Henry Dunks LCL Mitcham 1933–1955
Herbert Dunn [3] LCL Stirling 1938–1952
Colin Dunnage LCL Unley 1941–1962
John Fletcher Independent Mount Gambier 1938–1958
Rufus Goldney LCL Gouger 1944–1959
George Hawker LCL Burra 1947–1956
James Heaslip LCL Rocky River 1949–1968
Hon Cecil Hincks LCL Yorke Peninsula 1941–1963
Cyril Hutchens Labor Hindmarsh 1950–1970
Hon Shirley Jeffries LCL Torrens 1927–1930, 1933–1944, 1947–1953
Hon Sir George Jenkins LCL Newcastle 1918–1924, 1927–1930, 1933–1956
William Jenkins [3] LCL Stirling 1952–1963
Sam Lawn Labor Adelaide 1950–1971
William Macgillivray Independent Chaffey 1938–1956
Hughie McAlees Labor Wallaroo 1950–1956
Hon Malcolm McIntosh LCL Albert 1921–1959
Richard McKenzie Labor Murray 1938–1953
Roy McLachlan LCL Victoria 1947–1953
Herbert Michael LCL Light 1939–1941, 1944–1956
Roy Moir LCL Norwood 1941–1944, 1947–1953
Hon Sir Robert Nicholls LCL Young 1915–1956
Mick O'Halloran Labor Frome 1918–1921, 1924–1927, 1938–1960
Baden Pattinson LCL Glenelg 1930–1938, 1947–1965
Glen Pearson [1] LCL Flinders 1951–1970
Rex Pearson [1] LCL Flinders 1941–1951
Hon Thomas Playford LCL Gumeracha 1933–1968
Percy Quirke Independent Stanley 1941–1968
Lindsay Riches Labor Stuart 1933–1970
Howard Shannon LCL Onkaparinga 1933–1968
James Stephens Labor Port Adelaide 1933–1959
Tom Stott Independent Ridley 1933–1970
Harold Tapping Labor Semaphore 1946–1964
Berthold Teusner LCL Angas 1944–1970
Frank Walsh Labor Goodwood 1941–1968
Fred Walsh Labor Thebarton 1942–1965
Elder Whittle LCL Prospect 1938–1944, 1947–1953
1 The LCL member for Flinders, Rex Pearson, resigned on 22 March 1951 to run for the Australian Senate at the 1951 federal election. His son, Glen Pearson, won the resulting by-election for the LCL on 2 June 1951.
2 The Labor member for Gawler, Leslie Duncan, died on 27 February 1952. Labor candidate John Clark won the resulting by-election on 19 April 1952.
3 The LCL member for Stirling, Herbert Dunn, died on 11 September 1952. LCL candidate William Jenkins won the resulting by-election on 18 October 1952.