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PLAYFORD, Thomas (1837-1915)
premier of South Australia and federal senator was born in London in 1837. His father, the Rev. Thomas Playford, was in the army before joining the church and fought with the ...
PLUNKETT, John Hubert (1802-1869)
attorney-general of New South Wales son of George Plunkett, was born at Mount Plunkett, county Roscommon, Ireland, in June 1802. He entered Trinity College, Dublin, in November ...
POLDING, John Bede (1794-1877)
first Roman Catholic archbishop of Sydney was born on 18 October 1794 at Liverpool, England. His mother was a sister of the Very Rev. Father Bede Brewer, president general of the ...
POLLOCK, James Arthur (1865-1922)
physicist was born at or near Cork, Ireland, in 1865. He studied at the Manchester Grammar School and the royal university of Ireland, where he graduated as bachelor of ...
POWERS, Sir Charles (1853-1939)
judge of the high court was born at Brisbane on 8 March 1853. Educated at Brisbane Grammar School he was admitted to practise as a solicitor in 1876 and was called to the bar in ...
PRENDERGAST, George Michael (1854-1937)
politician was born at Adelaide on 6 May 1854. His parents had arrived from Ireland in the previous year. The family came to Victoria, and Prendergast served his apprenticeship as ...
PRICE, Thomas (1852-1909)
first Labour premier of South Australia son of a stone mason, was born at Brymbo near Wrexham, North Wales, on 19 January 1852. The family moved to Liverpool where he was educated ...
PRICE, Thomas Caradoc Rose (1842-1911)
generally known as Colonel Tom Price founder of the mounted rifles movement was born at Hobart on 21 October 1842. His father, John Price (1808-1857), the fourth son of Sir Rose ...
PROPSTING, William Bispham (1861-1937)
politician son of Henry Propsting, was born at Hobart on 4 June 1861. He was educated at the Derwent school, Hobart, and going to South Australia in 1879 entered the education ...
PROUT, John Skinner (1806-1876)
artist was born at Plymouth, England, in 1806. He painted chiefly in water-colour, and came to Australia towards the end of 1840. He lectured on art at Sydney with success and ...
PURVES, James Liddell (1843-1910)
advocate was the son of James Purves, an early colonist from Berwick-on-Tweed, who became an importer and station-owner in Victoria. J. L. Purves was born at Melbourne on 23 ...
QUICK, Sir John (1852-1932)
politician and author was born in Cornwall, England, on 14 April 1852, the son of John and Mary Quick. The father was a farmer who emigrated to Victoria in 1854 and immediately ...
RAALTE, Henri Benedictus van (1881-1929)
painter and etcher always known as H. van Raalte, was born in London in 1881. His parents came from Holland. He was educated at the city of London school, at the Royal Academy ...
RAE, John (1813-1900)
public man, artist, and author was born at Aberdeen, Scotland, on 9 January 1813, and was educated at the grammar school, Marischal College, and Aberdeen university. He graduated ...
RAMSAY, Edward Pierson (1842-1916)
ornithologist son of David Ramsay, M.D., was born at Sydney on 3 December 1842. He was educated at St Mark's Collegiate School, The King's School, Parramatta, and the university ...
RAMSAY, Hugh (1877-1906)
artist was born at Glasgow, Scotland, on 25 May 1877. He came to Australia with his parents when one year old. His father, John Ramsay, was a sworn valuer, his mother's name was ...
RANDELL, William Richard (1824-1911)
builder of the first steamer on the Murray son of W. B. Randell, one of the sub-managers of the South Australian Company, was born at Sidbury, Devonshire, England, on 2 May 1824. ...
RASON, Sir Cornthwaite Hector (1858-1927)
premier of Western Australia the son of a navy surgeon, was born in Somerset, England, on 18 June 1858. He was educated at Brighton and Reading and arrived at Perth in 1882. He ...
REIBEY, Thomas (1821-1912)
premier of Tasmania, and public man was born at Launceston, Tasmania, on 24 September 1821. His father, Thomas Reibey, was a prosperous grazier who married Richenda, daughter of ...
REID, Sir George Houston (1845-1918)
premier of New South Wales and prime minister of Australia born at Johnstone, near Paisley, Scotland, on 25 February 1845, was the son of the Rev. John Reid, a Presbyterian ...
RENNIE, Edward Henry (1852-1927)
scientist son of A. E. Rennie, afterwards auditor-general of New South Wales, was born at Sydney on 19 August 1852. Educated at the Fort-street public school, Sydney Grammar ...
RENTOUL, John Laurence (1846-1926)
Presbyterian divine son of the Rev. James B. Rentoul, D.D., was born at Garvah, County Derry, Ireland, in 1846. He was educated at Queen's College, Belfast, and Queen's ...
RENWICK, Sir Arthur (1837-1908)
public man and philanthropist son of George Renwick, was born at Glasgow on 30 May 1837. He was brought to Sydney as a child and was one of the early students of the university of ...
REYNOLDS, Thomas (c. 1817-1875)
premier of South Australia was born in England in 1817 or 1818, and on leaving school had experience in the grocery business. He came to South Australia as an early colonist at ...
RICHARDSON, Charles Douglas (1853-1932)
sculptor was born at Islington, London, on 9 July 1853, the son of John Richardson a painter of figure subjects. He came to Victoria with his parents in 1858 and was educated at ...
RICKARDS, Harry
originally Henry Benjamin Leete (1845-1911) comedian and theatrical proprietor was born in London in December 1845. The date of birth is sometimes given as 1847, but the earlier ...
RIDLEY, John (1806-1887)
inventor of the reaping machine was born near West Boldon, Durham, England, on 26 May 1806. His father and mother, John and Mary Ridley, were first cousins, and were probably ...
RIDLEY, William (1819-1878)
missionary to the aborigines and scholar was born at Hartford End, Essex, England, on 14 September 1819. He was educated at King's College and London university where he graduated ...
RIGNOLD, George (1839-1912)
actor was born at Leicester, England, in 1839. His father, William Rignold, was an actor and small theatrical manager, whose wife, Patience Blaxland, was a leading stock actress ...
RILEY, Charles Owen Leaver (1854-1929)
first anglican archbishop of Perth the son of Rev. Lawrence William Riley, vicar of St Cross, Knutsford, England, was born at Birmingham on 26 May 1854. Educated at Owen's ...
RIVERS, Richard Godfrey (1859-1925)
artist was born at Plymouth, England, in 1859, and studied at the Slade school, London. He exhibited one picture at the Royal Academy in 1884, and emigrated to Australia in 1889. ...
ROBE, Frederick Holt (1801-1871)
governor of South Australia fourth son of Sir William Robe, colonel, royal artillery, was born probably in 1801. He entered the army in 1817, was promoted lieutenant in 1825, ...
ROBERTS, Morley (1857-1942)
novelist and miscellaneous writer son of H. Roberts, a superintending inspector of income tax, was born at London on 29 December 1857, and was educated at Bedford school, and ...
ROBERTS, Thomas William (1856-1931)
artist always known as Tom Roberts, was born at Dorchester, England, on 9 March 1856. His father, Richard Roberts, had been editor of the Dorset County Chronicle, and had married ...
ROBERTSON, George
I. (1825-1898) bookseller was born at Glasgow, Scotland, in 1825. When four years of age his parents took him to Dublin where subsequently he became apprenticed to a firm of ...
ROBERTSON, Sir John (1816-1891)
five times premier of New South Wales was born at Bow, London, on 15 October 1816. His father was Scotch, his mother English, and the family emigrated to Australia in 1820 on the ...
ROBERTSON, Thorburn Brailsford (1884-1930)
physiologist and bio-chemist was the son of Thorburn Robertson and Sheila, daughter of William Brailsford. He was born in Edinburgh in 1884 and at eight years of age was brought ...
ROBINSON, George Augustus (c. 1788-1866)
protector of the aborigines was born probably in England about the year 1788. Nothing is known of his early life or when he came to Tasmania. He was a builder in a small way at ...
ROBINSON, Michael Massey (1747-1826)
author of first published verse in Australia was born in 1747. He was an educated man and appears to have practised as a lawyer; Governor King on one occasion referred to him as ...
RODWAY, Leonard (1853-1936)
botanist son of Henry Barrow Rodway, was born at Torquay, Devonshire, England, on 5 October 1853. Educated at Birmingham, he served on the officers' training ship, Worcester, and ...
ROE, John Septimus (1797-1878)
explorer and pioneer the seventh son of the Rev. James Roe, was born at Newbury, Berkshire, in 1797. He was educated at Christ's hospital school, London, and entered the navy as a ...
ROE, Reginald Heber (1850-1926)
headmaster Brisbane Grammar School son of J. B. Roe, was born at Blandford, Dorset, England, on 3 August 1850. He was educated at Christ's hospital school, London, was head ...
ROGERS, George Herbert (1820-1872)
actor was born at St Albans, Herts, England, on 11 July 1820, (Kenyon Manuscripts at Melbourne public library). He was the son of Thomas Rogers, a surgeon, and brother of Henry ...
ROSE, Herbert (1890-1937)
painter and etcher was born at Melbourne in 1890 and studied art at Melbourne national gallery and at Paris. He travelled much in Europe, North Africa and Asia, and excelled in ...
ROSENHAIN, Walter (1875-1934)
metallurgist son of M. Rosenhain of Melbourne, was born on 24 August 1875. He was educated at Wesley College, and Queen's College, university of Melbourne, where he completed his ...
ROTH, Henry Ling (1855-1925)
anthropologist was the son of Dr Mathias Roth, surgeon of London, and was born on 3 February 1855. He was educated at University College school, London, and studied natural ...
ROTH, Walter Edmund (1861-1933)
anthropologist was the son of Dr Mathias Roth, surgeon, and was born at London on 2 April 1861. He was educated at the College Mariette, Boulogne, at Paris, Darmstadt, University ...
ROWAN, Marion Ellis (1847-1922)
flower painter daughter of Charles and Marian Ryan, was born at Killam, one of her father's stations, Victoria, in 1847. She was educated at Miss Murphy's private school, ...
ROWE, Richard (1828-1879)
miscellaneous writer son of Thomas Rowe, a Wesleyan minister, was born at Spring gardens, Doncaster, England, on 9 March 1828 (Dict.Nat.Biog.). He was well educated and came to ...
ROWLANDSON, Alfred Cecil (1866-1922)
publisher was born at Daylesford, Victoria, in 1866. His family having removed to Queensland he was educated at the Superior Normal School, Brisbane, but at 11 years of age began ...
RUDD, Steele
See DAVIS, Arthur Hoey
RÜMKER, Karl Ludwig Christian (1788-1862)
(his name is in this form in the German dictionary of biography, Allgemeine Deutsche Biographie, but variations of it appear in Australian records [often known as Charles Rümker ...


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