Frederick Gordon Bradley Edit Profile
Student Methodist College. Bachelor of Laws, Dalhousie U., 1914. Read law with Justice Kent.
2 sons, John Roper, Frederick Gordon. Admitted to bar as solicitor, 1914, created Kings Counsel, 1928. Practiced as partner Sir A. B. Morine, 1918-1922, under own name, 1922-1924, 1933-1939.
Chief magistracy, 1933-1939. Elected to House of Assembly for District of Fort de Grave, 1924. Minister without portfolio in Munroe cabinet, 1924-1926.
Resigned to take seat as Independent in House of Assembly, 1926. Elected and appointed member cabinet without portfolio, 1928. Appointed solicitor general, 1929.
Leader Liberal opposition in House Assembly, 1932-1933. Chief magistracy 1933-1939. Elected to National Convention as chairman and served as leader 1st delegate to Ottawa, 1946.
Appointed Secretary State Canada, 1949. Member parliament Bonavista-Twillingate, 1949.
Member treasury board, Department Finance. Member United Church of Canada. Mason.; Odd Fellow.
Married Ethel Louis Roper, June 22, 1923.