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Josceline Amherst

amherstAmherst was a barrister, politician, businessman, and a cricketer, playing for Marylebone Cricket Club (top score 7).
He was the Private Secretary to Governor of Western Australia Frederick Broome, 1885 to 1887. He was a member of Western Australia’s first Legislative Council, nominated by Governor Broome in 1890. FHC.
He had a property called Holmesdale at Darlington, and a vineyard at Smith's Mill, and was President of the Royal Agricultural Society. He never married.
Amherst St is named after him.

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Wikpedia page

Entry at WA Parliament site from which the photo comes


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