|Member of the Queensland Legislative Assembly |
7 December 1974 –17 February 2001
|Preceded by||Alan Fletcher|
|Succeeded by||Stuart Copeland|
Jannion Anthony Elliott
29 March 1944
Toowoomba, Queensland, Australia
|Political party||Country Party/National Party|
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|Parliament of Queensland|
| Member for Cunningham |