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Henry Bernard "Barney" French (7 August 1922 - 10 January 2005) was
an Australian politician. He was a Labor member of the New South
Wales Legislative Council from 1973 to 1991. French was born in
Camden, New South Wales, and served in the merchant navy from 1938
to 1945. In 1953 he became Assistant Secretary of the New South
Wales Branch of the Australian Workers' Union, and became Federal
President in 1970, serving until 1980. He was married to Pat, with
whom he had four children. An active member of the Australian Labor
Party in the federal electorate of Blaxland and the state seat of
Bankstown, he was Vice-President of the ALP for ten years.
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