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à BECKETT, Sir Thomas (1836-1919)
judge was born in London on 31 August 1836. His father, Thomas Turner à Beckett (1808-92), brother of Sir William à Beckett (q.v.), was educated at Westminster School. He came ...
à BECKETT, Sir William (1806-1869)
first chief justice of Victoria son of William à Beckett and brother of Gilbert A. à Beckett of Punch, was born in London on 28 July 1806, and educated at Westminster School. He ...
ADAMS, Arthur Henry (1872-1936)
poet, novelist and journalist son of C. W. Adams, chief surveyor and commissioner of crown lands, Otago, New Zealand, was born at Lawrence, New Zealand, on 6 June 1872. He was ...
ADAMS, Francis William Lauderdale (1862-1893)
miscellaneous writer was born at Malta on 27 September 1862. His father, Andrew Leith Adams, then an army surgeon, became afterwards well known as a scientist, a fellow of the ...
ADAMSON, Lawrence Arthur (1860-1932)
schoolmaster was born at Douglas, Isle of Man, on 20 April 1860, the son of Lawrence William Adamson, LL.D., grand seneschal of the island and his wife Annie Jane, a daughter of ...
AGNEW, Sir James Willson (1815-1901)
premier of Tasmania was born at Ballyclare, county Antrim, Ireland, on 2 October 1815. His father, James William Agnew, was an M.D. of Glasgow university, his mother was ...
ALEXANDER, Samuel (1859-1938)
philosopher was born at 436 George-street, Sydney, on 6 January 1859, of Jewish parents. His father, Samuel Alexander, was a prosperous saddler, his mother was originally Eliza ...
ALLAN, John (1866-1936)
premier of Victoria son of Andrew Allan, a farmer, was born at Deep Creek near Romsey, Victoria, on 27 March 1866. He became a farmer and established one of the finest wheat and ...
ALLEN, Sir George Wigram (1824-1885)
politician was born at Sydney on 16 May 1824. His father George Allen (1800-77) came to Sydney in 1816 and was the first attorney and solicitor admitted by the supreme court of ...
ALLEN, Sir Harry Brookes (1854-1926)
pathologist son of Thomas Watts Allen, was born at Geelong, Victoria, on 13 June 1854. He was educated at Flinders School, Geelong, and Melbourne Church of England Grammar School. ...
ALLEN, William (C. 1790-1856)
joint founder of St Peter's College, Adelaide was born probably before 1790. Entering the navy of the East India Company he afterwards transferred to the merchant service, and for ...
ANDERSON, Sir Francis (1858-1941)
philosopher and educationist son of Francis Anderson, was born at Glasgow on 3 September 1858. He was a pupil-teacher at the age of 14, and proceeding to Glasgow university had a ...
ANDREWS, Richard Bullock (1823-1884)
politician and judge was born in 1823, practised as a solicitor in England, and came to South Australia about 1853, in which year he was appointed a notary public. He practised at ...
ANGAS, George Fife (1789-1879)
a founder of South Australia, philanthropist was born at Newcastle-on-Tyne, England, on 1 May 1789. He was the seventh son of Caleb Angas, a prosperous coach manufacturer and ...
ANGAS, George French (1822-1886)
artist and naturalist eldest son of George Fife Angus (q.v.) and his wife Rosetta French, was born at Newcastle-on-Tyne on 25 April 1822. As a youth he studied drawing and ...
ANGAS, John Howard (1823-1904)
pioneer and philanthropist was the second son of George Fife Angus (q.v.) and his wife Rosetta French. He was born on 5 October 1823 at Newcastle-on-Tyne and when only 18 years of ...
ARCHER, Thomas (1823-1905)
Queensland pioneer son of William Archer and his wife Julia, daughter of David Walker, was born at Glasgow on 27 February 1823. When he was three years old he was taken to Narvik ...
ARCHIBALD, Jules Francois
originally John Feltham (1856-1919) journalist was born at Kildare, near Geelong, Victoria, on 14 January 1856. Early in life he substituted Jules Francois for his baptismal names ...
ARGYLE, Sir Stanley Seymour (1867-1940)
premier of Victoria son of Edward Argyle, was born at Kyneton, Victoria, on 4 December 1867. He was educated at Hawthorn and Brighton Grammar Schools and the university of ...
ARMSTRONG, Helen Porter (Dame Nellie MELBA), (1861-1931)
soprano singer was born at Burnley-street, Richmond, a suburb of Melbourne, on 19 May 1861. She was the third child of David Mitchell, a well-known and successful Melbourne ...
ARTHUR, Sir George (1784-1854)
fourth governor of Tasmania was born on 21 June 1784, the youngest son of John Arthur and his wife, Catherine, daughter of Thomas Cornish. He joined the army as an ensign in ...
ASCHE, John Stanger Heiss Oscar (1871-1936)
always known as Oscar Asche actor was born at Geelong, Victoria, on 26 January 1871. His father, a Norwegian, a graduate of Christiana university, was a barrister, but never ...
ASHTON, James (1859-1935)
artist was born in the Isle of Man on 4 April 1859 and educated at the Blue Coat School, London. He studied art in England and at Paris, and in 1884 emigrated to Adelaide and ...
ASHTON, Julian Rossi (1851-1942)
artist was born at Addlestone, Surrey, England, on 27 January 1851. His father, Thomas Briggs Ashton, came of a well-to-do American family, and when studying art at Florence ...
ASPINALL, Butler Cole (1830-1875)
advocate son of the Rev. James Aspinall, was born in England in 1830, educated for the law, and was called to the bar in 1853. He engaged in newspaper work and in 1854 came to ...
ASTLEY, William (1854-1911)
"Price Warung" short story writer second son of Captain Thomas Astley and his wife Mary Price, was born at Liverpool, England, in 1854, and was brought to Australia when he was ...
ATKINSON, Caroline Louisa
See CALVERT, Caroline Louisa Waring
AYERS, Sir Henry (1821-1897)
premier of South Australia was born at Portsea, England, on 1 May 1821. On leaving school he entered a law office, but came to South Australia in 1840, and for some time worked as ...
BACKHOUSE, James (1794-1869)
missionary the fourth child of James and Mary Backhouse of Darlington, Yorkshire, England, was born on 8 July 1794. His father died when he was a child and his mother brought him ...
BADHAM, Charles (1813-1884)
classical scholar was the son of Charles Badham, M.D., F.R.S., professor of physic at the university of Glasgow, and of Margaret Campbell, cousin of Thomas Campbell, the poet. He ...
BAILEY, Frederick Manson (1827-1915)
botanist son of John Bailey, nurseryman and seedsman, was born in London on 8 March 1827. His father went with his family to Australia in 1838 and arrived at Adelaide on 22 March ...
BAILLIEU, William Lawrence (1859-1936)
financier and politician second son of James George and Emma Baillieu, was born at Queenscliff, Victoria, on 22 April 1859. He was educated at the state school, Queenscliff, and ...
BAIRD, Sir John Lawrence, Viscount Stonehaven (1874-1941)
governor-general of Australia son of Sir Alexander Baird, was born on 27 April 1874. He was educated at Eton and Christ Church, Oxford, and spent a year in Australia in 1894 as ...
BAKER, Richard Thomas (1854-1941)
economic botanist son of Richard Thomas Baker, was born at Woolwich, England, on 1 December 1854. He arrived in Australia in September 1879 and in June 1880 joined the staff of ...
BAKER, Shirley Waldemar (1835-1903)
missionary and premier of Tonga was born in England in 1835 of a good Devonshire family. He studied medicine, went to Australia as a young man, decided to become a missionary, and ...
BAKER, Sir Richard Chaffey (1842-1911)
federalist, first president of the senate was born at North Adelaide on 22 June 1842. His father, John Baker, was born in Somerset, England, in 1813 emigrated to Tasmania, and ...
BALL, Percival (1844-1900)
sculptor was born in 1844. He studied at the Royal Academy schools and between 1865 and 1882 exhibited 24 works at Royal Academy exhibitions. He came to Australia in 1886 and ...
BANCROFT, Joseph (1836-1894)
scientist was born at Manchester in 1836. He studied medicine and took his medical degree at St Andrews university in 1859 and later became a member of the Royal College of ...
BANFIELD, Edmund James (1852-1923)
naturalist and journalist was born at Liverpool, England, on 4 September 1852. He was brought to Australia by his father, who became proprietor of a newspaper at Ararat, Victoria. ...
BANKS, Sir Joseph (1744-1820)
president of the Royal Society, "the father of Australia" was born in Argyle-street, London, on 4 January 1743-4. (Parish register quoted in Sir Joseph Banks and the Royal ...
BANNERMAN, Charles (1851-1930)
cricketer was born at Woolwich, Kent, England, on 3 July 1851. He was taken to Australia in his early youth, became well-known as a cricketer at Sydney, and in March 1877 made ...
BANNISTER, Saxe (1790-1877)
first attorney-general of New South Wales and miscellaneous writer son of John Bannister of Steyning, Sussex, was born in 1790, matriculated at Queen's College, Oxford, in ...
BARKER, Collet (1784-1831)
explorer was born in 1784 (Dict.Nat.Biog.). Little is known of his early life, but he entered the army as an ensign in the 39th regiment of foot on 23 January 1806, became a ...
BARKER, Frederic (1808-1882)
second Anglican bishop of Sydney son of the Rev. John Barker, was born at Baslow, Derbyshire, England, on 17 March 1808. He was educated at Grantham school and Jesus College, ...
BARNES, Gustave (1878-1921)
artist was born in England in 1878 and was brought to Adelaide while a child by his father, who established a modelling business. On leaving school Barnes had some training in ...
BARNES, John (1868-1938)
politician was born at Hamilton, South Australia, in 1868. He was educated at a primary school, and subsequently worked as a farm labourer, shearer, miner and general bush worker. ...
BARNEY, George (1792-1862)
engineer, lieutenant-governor of Gladstone colony was born in London on 19 May 1792 and entered the army at 16. He served in the Peninsular war and for many years in the West ...
BARRALLIER, Francis (1773-1853)
he is sometimes given the second name of Louis or Luis explorer was born in the year 1773. His father, who was a French emigré, was a surveyor in the British navy. ...
BARRINGTON, George (1755-1804)
whose real name was Waldron, pickpocket was born near Dublin in October 1755. His father, Henry Waldron, was a silversmith, his mother's name was Naish or Naith. The various early ...
BARROW, John Henry (1817-1874)
journalist and politician was born in England in 1817. He studied for the Congregational ministry at Hackney College and had his first charge at Market Drayton in Shropshire. He ...
BARRY, Alfred (1826-1910)
Anglican bishop of Sydney second son of Sir Charles Barry, architect of the houses of parliament, London, was born at London on 15 January 1826. Educated at King's College, ...
BARRY, John Arthur (1850-1911)
journalist and storywriter was born at Torquay, Devonshire, England, in 1850. His parents died when he was a child, and going to sea at 13 he was in the merchant service for 12 ...


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