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McCAWLEY, Thomas William (1881-1925)
chief justice of Queensland son of James McCawley, was born at Toowoomba Queensland, on 24 July 1881. Educated at St Patrick's boys' school, Toowoomba, McCawley at 14 years of age ...
McCAY, Sir James Whiteside (1864-1930)
politician and soldier son of the Rev. A. R. Boyd McCay, was born at Ballynure, Ireland, on 21 December 1864. His mother was a woman of remarkable ability. He was brought to ...
McCOLL, Hugh (1819-1885)
pioneer of irrigation eldest son of James McColl, was born at Glasgow on 22 January 1819. In 1836 he went to North Shields, Northumberland, and in 1840 opened a business as ...
McCOLL, James Hiers (1844-1929)
politician son of Hugh McColl (q.v.), was born at South Shields, England, in 1844. He was educated at Scotch College, Melbourne, and afterwards became a mechanical engineer. He ...
McCOY, Sir Frederick (1817-1899)
geologist and naturalist the son of Simon McCoy, M.D., was born at Dublin in 1817. The date usually given is 1823, but the Melbourne Argus in its obituary notice stated that he ...
McCRAE, George Gordon (1833-1927)
poet was born near Leith, Scotland, on 29 May 1833. His father, Andrew Murison McCrae, was a writer to the signet, Edinburgh, his mother, Georgiana Huntly McCrae, is noticed ...
McCRAE, Georgiana Huntly (1804-1890), née GORDON
artist and diarist was born at London, on 15 March 1804. She was educated at a convent school and later at Claybrook House, Fulham, and the New Road boarding school. After leaving ...
McCUBBIN, Frederick (1855-1917)
artist was born at West Melbourne, on 25 February 1855. His father, Alexander McCubbin, was a master baker. The son was educated at Mr Wilmot's school, West Melbourne and St ...
McCULLOCH, Allan Riverstone (1885-1925)
zoologist son of Herbert Riverstone McCulloch, was born at Sydney, on 20 June 1885. At the age of 13 he began working as an unpaid assistant to E. R. Waite (q.v.), at the ...
McCULLOCH, Sir James (1819-1893)
four times premier of Victoria son of George McCulloch, was born at Glasgow m 1819. He had a primary education at a local school and obtained employment in the business of ...
McDONALD, Charles (1861-1925)
speaker, Commonwealth house of representatives was the son of Charles Thomas Young McDonald, and was born at Melbourne in 1861. He was educated at state schools, and at a ...
McGOWEN, James Sinclair Taylor (1855-1922)
first labour premier of New South Wales was born of English parents at sea on 16 August 1855. His father was on his way to Melbourne under contract to the Victorian government as ...
McILWRAITH, Sir Thomas (1835-1900)
premier of Queensland son of John McIlwraith, was born at Ayr, Scotland, in 1835. He was educated at Ayr academy and the university of Glasgow, where he studied civil engineering. ...
McINNES, William Beckwith (1889-1939)
artist was born at Ringwood near Melbourne, on 18 May 1889. He was a somewhat delicate child who wanted to draw from the time he could first handle a pencil. At the age of 14 he ...
McKAY, Hugh Victor (1865-1926)
inventor of the Sunshine harvester was born at Raywood, Victoria, on 21 August 1865. He was the fifth of the 12 children of Nathaniel McKay who had been a stonemason and then a ...
McKINLAY, John (1819-1872)
explorer was born at Sandbank on the Clyde, Scotland, in 1819, and emigrated to Sydney when 17 years of age. He began his colonial experience with an uncle who was a squatter, and ...
McLAREN, David (1785-1850)
pioneer was born at Perth, Scotland, in 1785. He had been intended for the ministry but adopted a business life. In 1836 he was appointed manager of the South Australian Company, ...
McLAREN, Samuel Bruce (1876-1916)
mathematician son of Samuel Gilfillan McLaren, was born at Tokyo, Japan, where his father was a missionary, on 16 August 1876. His father came to Australia in 1885, and in 1889 ...
McLEAN, Allan (1840-1911)
politician was born in the Highlands of Scotland, on 3 February 1840. His father, Charles McLean, emigrated to Australia in 1842, took up land near Tarraville, Gippsland, ...
McMILLAN, Angus (1810-1865)
explorer was born at Glenbrittle, Skye, off the west coast of Scotland, in 1810. He was the fourth son of Ewan McMillan, a farmer. Little is known of his early life, but he was a ...
McMILLAN, Sir Robert Furse (1858-1931)
chief-justice of Western Australia eldest son of John McMillan, barrister-at-law was born at London on 24 January 1858. He was educated at Westminster School, where he was a ...
McNESS, Sir Charles (1853-1938)
philanthropist was born at Huntingdon, England, in 1853. He came to Australia when about 30 years of age, and started in business in Perth as an ironmonger. He later became an ...
McPHERSON, Sir William Murray (1865-1932)
premier of Victoria and public benefactor was born at Melbourne on 19 September 1865, the son of Thomas McPherson, iron and machinery merchant. On leaving school he entered his ...
MEEHAN, James (1774-1826)
early surveyor and explorer was born in Ireland in 1774, and was one of a number of political prisoners who arrived in Australia in February 1800. Two months later he became an ...
MELBA, Dame Nellie
See ARMSTRONG, Helen Porter
MENPES, Mortimer (1859-1938)
painter and etcher was born at Port Adelaide, South Australia, in 1859. He was educated at a private school under the Rev. Mr Garrett, and did a little work at the school of ...
MEREDITH, Charles (1811-1880)
politician youngest son of George Meredith and his wife, Sarah Westall Hicks, was born at Poyston Lodge, Pembroke, Wales, on 29 May 1811. His father, George Meredith, was born ...
MEREDITH, Louisa Anne (1812-1895)
miscellaneous writer daughter of Thomas Twamley, was born near Birmingham, on 20 July 1812. She was educated chiefly by her mother, and in 1835 published a volume, Poems, which ...
MICHAEL, James Lionel (1824-1868)
poet, and friend of Kendall (q.v.) born in London in October 1824, was the eldest son of James Walter Michael, solicitor, and his wife, Rose Lemon Hart. Michael afterwards told ...
MICHELL, John Henry (1863-1940)
mathematician son of John and Grace Michell, was born at Maldon, Victoria, on 26 October 1863. Educated at first at Maldon, he went to Wesley College, Melbourne, in 1877, where he ...
MICHIE, Sir Archibald (1813-1899)
jurist and politician son of Archibald Michie, merchant, was born at London in 1813. He was educated at Westminster School, entered at the Middle Temple in 1834, and was called to ...
MILNE, Sir William (1822-1895)
politician was the son of William Milne, a merchant, and his wife, Elizabeth McMillan. He was born at Wester-Common, near Glasgow, on 17 May 1822, and was educated at the high ...
MINNS, Benjamin Edwin (1864-1937)
artist was born in the Hunter River district, New South Wales, in 1864. Having come to Sydney about 1884 and obtained a position as a law clerk, he studied under Lucien Henry at ...
MITCHEL, John (1815-1875)
Irish nationalist son of the Rev. John Mitchel, a Presbyterian clergyman and his wife, Mary Haslett, was born at Dungiven, Derry, Ireland, on 3 November 1815. He was well educated ...
MITCHELL, David Scott (1836-1907)
founder of the Mitchell library, Sydney was born at Sydney on 19 March 1836. His father, Dr James Mitchell, had come to Australia in 1821 as an army surgeon, and two years later ...
MITCHELL, Sir Thomas Livingstone (1792-1855)
explorer son of John Mitchell of Craigend, Stirlingshire, Scotland, and his wife, originally a Miss Milne, was born on 15 June 1792. At 16 he entered the army as a volunteer, and ...
MITCHELL, Sir William Henry Fancourt (1810-1884)
politician son of the Rev. George Mitchell of Leicester, England, was born in 1810. He came to Tasmania in January 1833, entered the government service, and in 1839 was assistant ...
MOFFITT, Ernest (1870-1899)
artist was born in Bendigo in 1870. He was educated at All Saints school, St Kilda, Melbourne, and when Marshall Hall (q.v.) opened his conservatorium of music, Moffitt was the ...
MOLESWORTH, Sir Robert (1806-1890)
judge son of Hickman Blayney Molesworth, solicitor, was born at Dublin on 3 November 1806. He went to Trinity College, Dublin, where he won a scholarship and graduated B.A. in ...
MONASH, General Sir John (1865-1931)
commander of the Australian army in France, 1918, engineer was born at Dudley-street, West Melbourne, on 27 June 1865, the son of Louis Monash. He was Jewish both by race and ...
MONCRIEFF, Alexander Bain (1845-1928)
engineer son of Alexander Rutherford Moncrieff, was born at Dublin, Ireland, on 22 May 1845. His family was of Scottish ancestry. He was educated principally at the Belfast ...
MONTAGU, John (1797-1853)
Tasmanian colonial secretary was born in 1797, the third son of Lieut.-colonel Edward Montagu, who died of wounds in India in 1799. Montagu was educated at private schools and by ...
MONTFORD, Paul Raphael (1868-1938)
sculptor was born at London on 1 November 1868. His father, Horace Montford, also a sculptor, won a gold medal at the Royal Academy schools in 1869. The son also studied at the ...
MONTGOMERY, Henry Hutchinson (1847-1932)
anglican bishop of Tasmania belonged to an Irish family which came from Scotland early in the seventeenth century, and which traced its descent from Roger de Montgomery, Earl of ...
MOORE, Maggie (1851-1926)
whose original name was Margaret Virginia Sullivan actress was born at San Francisco, U.S.A., in 1851, and began her theatrical career at an early age. She established a local ...
MOORE, Sir Newton James (1870-1936)
politician son of James Moore, was born at Bunbury, Western Australia, on 17 May 1870, and was educated at Prince Alfred College, Adelaide. On leaving school he became a pupil of ...
MOORE, Sir William Harrison (1867-1935)
legal writer, professor of law, university of Melbourne was born at London on 30 April 1867, the son of John Moore, official shorthand writer to the privy council. He was educated ...
MOORE, William (1868-1937)
art and dramatic critic was born at Bendigo on 11 June 1868, the son of Thompson Moore, at one time a member of the legislatise assembly of Victoria. He was educated at Scotch ...
MOORHOUSE, James (1826-1915)
anglican bishop of Melbourne, and Manchester was born at Sheffield in 1826. His father, James Moorhouse, a lover of books and a deep thinker, was a manufacturer of cutlery, his ...
MOORHOUSE, Matthew (c. 1812-1876)
pioneer was born either in 1812 or 1813. He was educated for the medical profession, obtained the degree of M.R.C.S., came to South Australia in 1839, and about the end of that ...
MORAN, Patrick Francis (1830-1911)
cardinal, archbishop of Sydney was born at Leighlinbridge, Ireland, on 16 September 1830, the only son of Patrick Moran and his wife Alice, a sister of Cardinal Cullen. Both of ...
MORDAUNT, Elinor (c. 1872-1942)
novelist daughter of St John L. Clowes and the Hon. Mrs Clowes, was born at Cotgrove Place, Nottinghamshire, England, about the year 1872, and was christened Evelyn Mary. In 1897 ...


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