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MOREHEAD, Boyd Dunlop (1843-1905)
premier of Queensland was born at Sydney on 24 August 1843. He was educated at Sydney Grammar School and matriculated at Sydney university. He, however, did not continue at the ...
MORGAN, Sir Arthur (1856-1916)
premier, president legislative council, and lieutenant-governor of Queensland was the fourth son of James Morgan who for some time represented Warwick, Queensland, in the ...
MORGAN, Sir William (c. 1829-1883)
premier of South Australia was the son of a farmer and was born in Bedfordshire, England, in 1828 or 1829. He emigrated to Australia and arrived at Adelaide in February 1849 where ...
MORPHETT, Sir John (1809-1892)
South Australian pioneer was the son of a solicitor and was born at London on 4 May 1809. He received a good education at a private school, and became interested in the South ...
MORT, Thomas Sutcliffe (1816-1878)
merchant, and pioneer in meat preservation son of Jonathan and Mary Mort, was born at Bolton, Lancashire, England, on 23 December 1816. He was educated at Manchester grammar ...
MORTON, Frank (1869-1923)
journalist and poet was born at Bromley, Kent, England, on 12 May 1869, the son of a plumber in prosperous circumstances. He was educated at a private school where he had a good ...
MUELLER, Baron Sir Ferdinand Jakob Heinrich von (1825-1896)
botanist and explorer son of Frederick Mueller, a commissioner of customs, and his wife Louisa, was born at Rostock, Germany, on 30 June 1825. His family was of Danish origin (C. ...
MUIR, Thomas (1765-1798)
political reformer was born at Glasgow, Scotland, on 24 August 1765. His father, Thomas Muir, was a well-to-do business man, and Muir was educated at the grammar school at Glasgow ...
MULLEN, Samuel (1828-1890)
bookseller was born in Dublin on 27 November 1828. In 1844 he was apprenticed to Curry and Company, booksellers and publishers, and some time afterwards went to England and joined ...
MUNRO, James (1832-1908)
premier of Victoria was born in Sutherlandshire, Scotland, on 7 January 1832, the son of Donald Munro and his wife, Georgina. He was educated at a village school, went to ...
MUNRO-FERGUSON, Sir Ronald Craufurd, Viscount Novar (1860-1934)
governor-general of Australia eldest son of Colonel Robert Munro-Ferguson, M.P., for Kirkcaldy, Scotland, and his wife, Emma, daughter of J. H. Mandeville, was born on 6 March ...
MURDOCH, William David (1888-1942)
always known as William Murdoch musician son of Andrew Murdoch, was born at Bendigo, Victoria, on 10 February 1888. While a child he won several competitions as a pianist, and ...
MURDOCH, William Lloyd (1855-1911)
cricketer was born at Bendigo, Victoria, on 18 October 1855. He removed to New South Wales in his youth and qualified as a solicitor at Sydney. He represented New South Wales in ...
MURPHY, Edwin Greenslade (1867-1939)
journalist and poet was the eldest son of E. Murphy, and was born at Castlemaine in or about the year 1867. He was educated at a state school at South Melbourne and began to earn ...
MURPHY, Francis (1795-1858)
first Roman Catholic bishop of Adelaide was born at Navan, Meath, Ireland, on 20 May 1795. Educated at the diocesan seminary and Maynooth college, he was ordained deacon in 1824 ...
MURRAY, John
I. (c. 1775-18—) discoverer of Port Phillip Bay was probably born about the year 1775. In August 1801 Governor King (q.v.) described him as a young man, and Murray told King ...
MURRAY, Reginald Augustus Frederick (1846-1925)
geologist was the son of Captain Virginius Murray, and was born in Perthshire, Scotland, on 18 February 1846. He was brought to Australia in 1855, and was educated at a private ...
MURRAY, Sir George John Robert (1863-1942)
chief justice of South Australia was the son of Alexander Borthwick Murray, a pioneer sheep-breeder, who sat in both the house of assembly and the legislative council of South ...
MURRAY, Sir John Hubert Plunkett (1861-1940)
administrator was born at Sydney on 29 December 1861. His father, Sir Terence Aubrey Murray (1810-73), son of Captain Terence Murray, a paymaster in the British army, was born at ...
MUSGROVE, George (1854-1916)
theatrical manager was born at Surbiton on Thames, England, on 21 January 1854. His mother, Fanny Hodson, was an actress related to the Kemble family, and was a sister of Georgina ...
MYER, Sidney Baerski (1879-1934)
merchant was born near Warsaw, then Russian Poland, on 8 February 1879. His father was a storekeeper of Jewish origin. Myer came to Australia in 1897, obtained a position with a ...
NATHAN, Isaac (1790-1864)
musician was born at Canterbury, England, in 1790. He was intended for the Jewish ministry and was sent to Cambridge university to continue the study of Hebrew. His love of music, ...
NEILSON, John Shaw (1872-1942)
poet was born at Penola, South Australia, on 22 February 1872. He was of purely Scottish ancestry, his grandparents were John Neilson and Jessie MacFarlane of Cupar, Neil ...
NELSON, Sir Hugh Muir (1835-1906)
premier of Queensland was born at Kilmarnock, Scotland, on 31 December 1835. His father, Dr William Lambie Nelson, was elected to the first Queensland parliament in 1860 but was ...
NERLI, Marchese Gerolamo Ballatti (1863-1926)
artist was born at Siena, Italy, in 1863. On his father's side he belonged to an old Italian family, his mother was the daughter of Thomas Medwin, a distant relative of Shelley ...
NEUMAYER, George Balthasar von (1826-1909)
hydrographer and meteorologist was born at Kirchenbolanden, Bavaria, on 21 June 1826. He studied at Munich university, took his Ph.D. degree in 1849, and becoming much interested ...
NEWBURY, Albert Ernest (1891-1941)
artist was born at Melbourne on 29 January 1891. He spent most of his childhood at Geelong and at 18 entered the national gallery school at Melbourne, where he studied under F. ...
NEWLAND, Simpson (1835-1925)
pioneer and author was born at Hanley, Staffordshire, England, on 2 November 1835. His father, the Rev. Ridgway William Newland, was an independent minister at Hanley, who left ...
NICHOLSON, John Henry (1838-1923)
miscellaneous writer was the son of John Nicholson, an oriental scholar of distinction, and the first English friend of Leichhardt (q.v.) (A. H. Chisholm, Strange New World, p. ...
NICHOLSON, Sir Charles (1808-1903)
speaker first legislative council, New South Wales was born in England on 23 November 1808 the only son of Charles Nicholson. He was educated at Edinburgh university where he took ...
NICHOLSON, William (1816-1865)
"father of the ballot" the son of a Cumberland farmer, was born on 27 February 1816 (Aust. Ency.). He arrived in Melbourne in 1842 and began business as a grocer. He improved his ...
PANTON, Joseph Anderson (1831-1913)
police magistrate son of John Panton of the Hudson's Bay Company service, was born at Knockiemil, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, on 2 June 1831. He had a high school education at ...
PARKER, Sir Henry Watson (1808-1881)
premier of New South Wales was the son of Thomas Watson Parker of Lewisham, Kent, England, and was born in 1808. He came to Sydney in 1838 as private secretary to Sir George Gipps ...
PARKER, Sir Stephen Henry (1846-1927)
chief justice of Western Australia was the son of Stephen S. Parker, M.L.C., and was born at York, Western Australia, on 7 November 1846. He was educated at the Bishop's School, ...
PARKES, Sir Henry (1815-1896)
statesman was born at Stoneleigh, Warwickshire, England, on 27 May 1815. His father, Thomas Parkes, was a small tenant farmer. Of his mother little is known, but when she died in ...
PATERSON, Andrew Barton (1864-1941)
poet was born at Narrambla. near Molong, New South Wales, on 17 February 1864. He was the son of Andrew B. Paterson, grazier, and was related to Edmund Barton (q.v.). Educated at ...
PATERSON, John Ford (1851-1912)
artist was born at Dundee, Scotland, in 1851. He attended the Royal Scottish Academy schools at Edinburgh and began exhibiting at its exhibitions while still in his teens. He went ...
PATERSON, William (1755-1810)
explorer and lieutenant-governor of New South Wales was born on 17 August 1755. As a young man he became interested in botany, visited South Africa in 1777, and made four ...
PATON, John Gibson (1824-1907)
missionary son of James Paton, a stocking manufacturer in a small way, was born in the parish of Kirkmahoe near Dumfries, Scotland, on 24 May 1824. He went to the parish school at ...
PATTERSON, Sir James Brown (1833-1895)
premier of Victoria youngest son of a district road-inspector at Alnwick, Cumberland, England, was born on 18 November 1833. He was educated at Alnwick and in 1852 emigrated to ...
PEACOCK, Sir Alexander James (1861-1933)
three times premier of Victoria the son of James Henry Peacock, was born at Creswick, Victoria, on 11 June 1861. He passed the civil service examination at 13 years of age, and ...
PEAKE, Archibald Henry (1859-1920)
premier of South Australia was born in London on 15 January 1859. He came to Australia with his parents in 1862 and lived at Geelong, Victoria. In 1864 his father moved to South ...
PEARSON, Charles Henry (1830-1894)
historian and statesman was born in London on 7 September 1830. His father, the Rev. John Norman Pearson, M.A., was then principal of the Church Missionary College, Islington. His ...
PEDDER, Sir John Lewes (1784-1859)
first chief justice of Tasmania eldest son of John Pedder, a barrister, was born in 1784. He was admitted to the middle temple in 1818 and called to the bar in 1820. He graduated ...
PERRY, Charles (1807-1891)
first anglican bishop of Melbourne third son of John Perry, shipbuilder, by his second wife, Mary, daughter of George Green, was born at Hackney, Middlesex, on 17 February 1807. ...
PETHERICK, Edward Augustus (1847-1917)
book-collector and bibliographer son of Peter John Petherick, was born at Burnham, Somerset, England, on 6 March 1847. He went to Australia with his parents in 1852 and was ...
PETRIE, Thomas (1831-1910)
Queensland pioneer was born at Edinburgh on 31 January 1831. His father, Andrew Petrie (1798-1872), was born in Fife, Scotland, and went into the building trade at Edinburgh. He ...
PHILLIP, Arthur (1738-1814)
admiral, and first governor of New South Wales was born in the city of London on 11 October 1738. His father, Jacob Phillip, who came from Frankfurt, was first a steward and then ...
PHILP, Sir Robert (1851-1922)
premier of Queensland was born at Glasgow on 28 December 1851, the second son of John Philp and his wife, Mary Ann Wiley. His father was the proprietor of a lime kiln at Glasgow. ...
PIGOT, Edward Francis (1858-1929)
astronomer and seismologist was born at Dundrum, Ireland, on 18 September 1858. He graduated B.A. and M.B. at Trinity College, Dublin, and after a post-graduate course at London ...
PIGUENIT, William Charles (1836-1914)
artist was born at Hobart on 27 August 1836 (Aust. Ency.). His father, Frederick de Geyh Piguenit, came of an old Huguenot family. Piguenit entered the survey department at Hobart ...
PIPER, John (1773-1851)
pioneer was born at Maybole, Ayrshire, Scotland, in 1773, the son of Hugh Piper, a doctor of Cornish descent. In April 1791 he entered the army as an ensign in the New South Wales ...


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