Edmund Barton was born in 1849 and died in 1920 and belonged to the Protectionist Party.
Apart from being Australia's first Prime Minister from 1901-1903, he created the Federal Arbitration Court and the High Court of Australia, of which he was a founding justice.
After he retired from politics in 1903, he became a High Court judge.
Incidentally, he was related to one of Australia's greatest bush poets, Banjo Paterson.
Edmund Barton died on 1920
Edmund Barton was the speaker of the house in 1883.
Edmund Barton was 18 when he graduated
Edmund Barton was elected in 1901 and resigned in 1903.Edmund Barton was Prime Minister for about two and a half years,
Sir Edmund Barton was the first Australian Prime Minister.
Neither. Edmund Barton was with the Protectionist Party.
Edmund barton played cricket and he loved it.
Edmund Barton graduated from the University of Sydney.
Yes; the Canberra suburb of Barton is named after Edmund Barton, as is the Edmund Barton Building (originally the Trade Group Offices),a large office building on the Parliamentary Triangle in the suburb of Barton.
Sir Edmund Barton 's father was William Barton a stockbroker born in January 1777.
Sir Edmund Barton was English I think. I am very sorry if it is the wrong answer.
Edmund Barton was born on 18 January 1849 in Glebe, Sydney.
Edmund Barton is known for being Australia's first Prime Minister.
no sire edmund barton was not the only child
Edmund Barton represented the Protectionist Party.
No. Edmund Barton was the first Prime Minister of Australia.
Edmund Barton, first Prime Minister of Australia, was knighted in 1902.
Sir Edmund Barton died on 7 January 1920 at the age of 70.
Neither, Edmund Barton belonged to the Protectionist Party.
one of the sports Edmund Barton played was criket and he loved playing it.
Sir Edmund Barton died on January 7, 1920 at the age of 70.
As Edmund barton was the first p.m everyone respected him and he was a great p.m
Jane Mason Ross. After she married Edmund Barton, she became Jane Mason Barton