George Alexander, son of John and Elizabeth Munro (née Gunn) Cameron, was born on 23 July 1884 at Mount Duneed. He married Violet Maude Golightly on 27 May 1917. They had two children:
Joan — born on 29 May 1919, married Charles Olley, died on 8 May 2002, buried in the lawn section of the Highton Cemetery
Lorna — born on 5 March 1922, married Joe Eaton, died on 25 March 200l, buried in the rose garden of the Highton Cemetery
He was the longest serving South Barwon councillor from 1913 when he was elected unopposed until 1968. During this 55 years he served seven terms as president — 1918-19, 1927-29, 1938-39, 1944-45, 1950-51, 1953-54, and 1962-63. He was elected as a member of the Connewarre Hall Committee in 1921 when a fund was set up for a memorial hall. When the first tram to Belmont ran in December 1927 he declared the route open. He drove the last tram from Belmont in 1956. He was elected chairman of the Breamlea Foreshore and Reserve Committee when it began on 25 September 1959 and served until 6 November 1968.
Violet died on 2 May 1932 and was buried at the Queenscliff Cemetery. George died on 23 September 1970 and was buried with her.