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LINLITHGOW, Lord
See HOPE, John Adrian Louis
LITTLEJOHN, William Still (1859 1933)
schoolmaster was the son of W. Littlejohn, watchmaker and jeweller He was born at Turriff, Scotland on 19 September 1859, and was educated first at the board schools at Alford and ...
LIVERSIDGE, Archibald (1847-1927)
chemist son of John Liversidge, was born at Turnham Green, England, on 17 November 1847. He was educated at a private school and by private tutors in science, and in 1866 went to ...
LOCKYER, Edmund (1784-1860)
founder of Albany, Western Australia was born at Plymouth on 21 January 1784 and entered the army in 1803 (Aust. Ency.). He became a major in 1819 and came to Australia in 1825. ...
LONG, George Merrick (1875-1930)
educationist and Anglican bishop was born at Carisbrook, Victoria, on 5 November 1875, the youngest child of George Long. Both parents were English. He was educated at Maryborough ...
LONGSTAFF, Sir John (1862-1941)
painter was the son of Ralph Longstaff, a storekeeper in the mining town of Clunes, Victoria, and was born on 10 March 1862. He was educated at Clunes state school, and as a child ...
LONSDALE, William (1800-1864)
first administrator at Port Phillip. Little can be traced about his early life, his death notice in The Times for 31 March 1864, says he was then aged 63, which suggests that he ...
LORD, Simeon (1773-1840)
pioneer merchant was born in 1773. He was transported to New South Wales, probably for a trifling, and certainly a youthful offence, for he was only 18 when he arrived in 1791. In ...
LOWRIE, William (1857-1933)
agricultural educationist was the son of a shepherd, and was born near Galashiels Scotland, in 1857. He was brought up on a farm and had sufficient schooling to be able to enter ...
LUCAS, Arthur Henry Shakespeare (1853-1936)
schoolmaster and scientist son of the Rev. Samuel Lucas, Wesleyan minister, was born at Stratford-on-Avon on 7 May 1853. His father was much interested in geology and botany, and ...
LYCETT, Joseph (17?-18?)
artist was transported to Australia about the year 1810 for forgery. While employed in the police office at Sydney he again committed forgery and was sent to Newcastle. There he ...
LYNCH, Arthur Alfred (1861-1934)
philosophical and miscellaneous writer was born at Smythesdale near Ballarat, Victoria, in 1861. He never used his second name. His father, a civil engineer who had fought at the ...
LYNE, Sir William John (1844-1913)
premier of New South Wales and federal minister eldest son of John Lyne, for some time a member of the Tasmanian house of assembly, and his wife, Lilias Cross Carmichael, daughter ...
LYONS, Joseph Aloysius (1879-1939)
prime minister of Australia was born at Circular Head near Stanley, Tasmania, on 15 September 1879. His father, Michael Lyons, was a successful farmer who afterwards engaged in a ...
LYSTER, William Saurin (1828-1880)
impresario son of Chaworth Lyster, a captain in the army, was born in Dublin on 21 March 1828. He was related to William Saurin, attorney-general for Ireland, and was partly of ...
MACALISTER, Arthur (1818-1883)
premier of Queensland was born in 1818 at Glasgow, Scotland. He emigrated to Australia in 1850, and settled in the Moreton Bay district, then part of New South Wales. He practised ...
MACARTHUR, John (1767-1834)
pioneer and founder of the wool industry was born in 1767 near Plymouth, Devonshire. His father, Alexander Macarthur, had fought for Prince Charles Edward in 1745, and after ...
MACARTHUR, Sir Edward (1789-1872)
lieutenant-general eldest son of John Macarthur (q.v.), and his wife Elizabeth, was born at Bath, England, in 1789. He arrived at Sydney with his parents in 1790 and returned to ...
MacCALLUM, Sir Mungo William (1854-1942)
scholar son of Mungo MacCallum, was born at Glasgow on 26 February 1854. He was educated at Glasgow high school and university (M.A. 1876, Hon. LL.D. 1906), and at Leipzig and ...
MACDONALD, Donald (1857-1932)
journalist son of Daniel Macdonald, was born at Fitzroy, a suburb of Melbourne on 6 June 1857. His earlier days were spent at Keilor, where he was educated at the state school, ...
MacDONNELL, Sir Richard Graves (1814-1881)
governor of South Australia was the son of the Rev. Dr MacDonnell, provost of Trinity College, Dublin, 1852-67. His mother was the daughter of Dean Graves, senior fellow of ...
MACGREGOR, Sir William (1846-1919)
administrator, governor of Queensland was born in the parish of Towie, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, on 20 October 1846 (Dict.Nat.Biog.). He was the eldest son of John Macgregor, a ...
MACKELLAR, Sir Charles Kinnaird (1844-1926)
physician and public man son of Dr Frank Mackellar, was born at Sydney, on 5 December 1844. He was educated at Sydney grammar school and on leaving school had some experience on a ...
MACKENNAL, Sir Edgar Bertram (1863-1931), the first name was dropped at an early age
sculptor son of John Simpson Mackennal, was born at Melbourne on 12 June 1863. His father was also a sculptor and both parents were of Scotch descent. He received his early ...
MACKENZIE, Sir Robert Ramsey Bart (1811-1873)
premier of Queensland In the Australian Dictionary of Biography the spelling is 'Ramsay', and his father's middle name is shown as 'Steuart'. Ed. the son of Sir George Stewart ...
MACKENZIE, Sir William Colin (1877-1938)
he was seldom known by his first name anatomist was the youngest son of John and Anne Mackenzie. He was born at Kilmore, Victoria, on 9 March 1877, obtained a scholarship at the ...
MacLAURIN, Sir Henry Normand (1835-1914)
physician and public man son of James MacLaurin, M.A., a schoolmaster, was born at Kilconquhar, Fife, Scotland, on 19 December 1835. When 15 he won a bursary at the university of ...
MACLEAY, Alexander (1767-1848)
scientist and official, the "father of Zoology" in Australia was born in the county of Ross, Scotland, on 24 June 1767. He was the eldest son of William Macleay, provost of the ...
MACLEAY, Sir George (1809-1891)
explorer and politician was the third son of Alexander Macleay (q.v.). He was born at London in 1809, educated at Westminster School, and came to Australia with his father in ...
MACLEAY, Sir William John (1820-1891)
politician and scientist in later life the second name was not used, was born at Wick, Scotland, on 13 June 1820. He was the second son of Kenneth Macleay and a nephew of ...
MACLEAY, William Sharp (1792-1865)
naturalist eldest son of Alexander Macleay (q.v.), was born in London on 21 July 1792. He was educated at Westminster School and Trinity College, Cambridge, where he graduated ...
MACLEOD, William (1850-1929)
artist, and partner in the Bulletin was born in London on 27 October 1850. His father was of Highland stock, his mother was partly Cornish and partly German. Brought out to ...
MACONOCHIE, Alexander (1787-1860)
prison reformer was born in 1787. He entered the royal navy in 1803 and attained the rank of commander in 1815. He arrived in Tasmania on 6 January 1837 as private secretary to ...
MACPHERSON, John Alexander (1833-1894)
premier of Victoria was born in 1833 or early in 1834 as he died aged 60 on 17 February 1894 (death notice, The Argus, 23 February 1894). He came of a squatting family and having ...
MACROSSAN, John Murtagh (1832-1891)
politician was born in Donegal, Ireland, in 1832. He emigrated to Victoria in 1853 and worked for 12 years on the diggings in Victoria, New South Wales and New Zealand. In 1865 he ...
MADDEN, Sir John (1844-1918)
chief-justice of Victoria was the second son of John Madden, solicitor, of Cork, Ireland, and was born there on 16 May 1844. He was educated at a private school in London, his ...
MAHONY, Francis Prout (1862-1916)
generally known as Frank Mahony artist was born at Melbourne on 4 December 1862. He was taken to Sydney when 10 years old and studied at the Academy of Art. His work was accepted ...
MAIDEN, Joseph Henry (1859-1925)
botanist son of Henry Maiden, was born at St John's Wood, London, on 25 April 1859. He was educated at the city of London middle class school and the university of London, but was ...
MAIS, Henry Coathupe (1827-1916)
engineer was born in 1827 at Westbury-on-Trym, near Bristol, England. He was educated at the Bishop's college and was articled in 1844 to W. M. Peniston, one of Brunel's engineers ...
MAITLAND, Sir Herbert Lethington (1868-1923)
surgeon son of Duncan M. Maitland, surveyor, was born at Tumut, New South Wales, on 12 November 1868. He was educated at Newington College and the university of Sydney, where he ...
MANNING, Frederic (1882-1935)
author was born at Sydney on 22 July 1882, the fourth son of Sir William Patrick Manning (1845-1915), and his wife Nora, daughter of John Torpy. Both parents were of Irish ...
MANNING, Sir William Montagu (1811-1895)
politician and judge second son of John Edye Manning, of Clifton, England, was born at Alphington, near Exeter, in June 1811. He was educated at private schools and University ...
MARCHANT, George (1857-1941)
philanthropist was born at Brasted, Kent, England, on 17 November 1857. His father was a builder and hotelkeeper, and while quite a boy Marchant became interested in the ...
MARSDEN, Samuel (1764-1838)
early clergyman and missionary to New Zealand was born at Farsley, Yorkshire, England, on 28 July 1764. (Jnl and Proc. R.A.H.S., vol. IX, p. 79). His father, Thomas Marsden, was a ...
MASSON, Sir David Orme (1858-1937)
scientist was the son of David Masson, professor of rhetoric and English literature in the university of Edinburgh, and his wife, Emily Rosaline Orme. He was born in London on 13 ...
MATHER, John (1848-1916)
artist was born at Hamilton, Scotland, in 1848. He studied at Edinburgh and came to Victoria in 1878. For some time he made a living as a house decorator, and in 1880 was partly ...
MATHEW, Rev. John (1849-1929)
anthropologist son of Alexander Mathew, general merchant, was born at Aberdeen, Scotland, in 1849. His father died when he was nine years old, and Mathew then went to live with ...
MATRA, James Mario (c. 1745-1806)
who in 1783 proposed that a colony should be formed in Australia was born in New York possibly about the year 1745. The name is unusual, and it has been suggested that he may have ...
MAUGER, Samuel (1857-1936)
politician and social worker was born at Geelong, Victoria, on 12 November 1857. His parents, who came from Guernsey, Channel Islands, had arrived in Victoria not long before. ...
MAURICE, Furnley
See WILMOT, Frank Leslie Thomson
MAY, Philip William (1864-1903)
always known as Phil May caricaturist the son of Philip May, was born at Wortley near Leeds on 22 April 1864. His grandfather, a country gentleman of means, had some talent as a ...
McCAUGHEY, Sir Samuel (1835-1919)
pastoralist and public benefactor was born near Ballymena, county Antrim, Ireland, on 30 June 1835. He came to Australia with an uncle, Charles Wilson, a brother of Sir Samuel ...


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