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RUSDEN, George William (1819-1903)
historian was born in Surrey, England, on 9 July 1819. His father, the Rev. George Keylock Rusden, M.A. (1786-1859) graduated at Cambridge and in 1809 married Anne, daughter of ...
RUSE, James (1760-1837)
"first settler" was born in Cornwall, England, in 1760, and worked on the land. In 1782 he was sentenced to seven years' imprisonment, probably for some trifling offence, and ...
RUTHERFORD, James (1827-1911)
transit pioneer was born at Erie, New York, U.S.A., in August 1827. He arrived at Melbourne in June 1852 and worked on the Bendigo goldfields for a short period. Going to Brisbane ...
RYAN, Thomas Joseph (1876-1921)
premier of Queensland son of T. Ryan, was born at Port Fairy, Victoria, on 1 July 1876. He was educated at South Melbourne College, Xavier College, Kew, and the university of ...
RYRIE, Sir Granville de Laune (1865-1937)
soldier and politician was the son of Alexander Ryrie, for some years a member of the New South Wales parliament. Granville Ryrie was born on his father's station, Michelago, in ...
SALOMONS, Sir Julian Emanuel (1836-1909)
advocate and politician son of Emanuel Salomons, a merchant of Birmingham, was born at Edgbaston, England, on 4 November 1836. He came to Australia in 1853 and was for a time ...
SALTING, George (1835-1909)
art collector was born at Sydney on 15 August 1835. His father, Severin Kanute Salting, was a Dane who had large interests in New South Wales, and in 1858 made a gift of £500 to ...
SALVADO, Rudesindus (1814-1900)
founder of New Norcia, Western Australia was born in Spain in 1814. He joined the Benedictine order of monks and was obliged to leave Spain on account of political action in 1835. ...
SANDES, John (1863-1938)
journalist and author son of the Rev. Samuel D. Sandes, was born at Cork, Ireland, in 1863. He was educated at Trinity College, Stratford-on-Avon, and Oxford university, where he ...
SARGOOD, Sir Frederick Thomas (1834-1903)
politician and public man was born at Walworth, London, on 30 May 1834. His father, Frederick James Sargood, came to Melbourne in 1849, and became a member of the old legislative ...
SCADDON, John (1876-1934)
(correct spelling is SCADDAN ed.) premier of Western Australia, was born at Moonta, South Australia, on 4 August 1876. His family removed to Eaglehawk, Victoria, where he was ...
SCHULER, Gottlieb Frederick Henry (1854-1926)
journalist was of German parentage and was born at sea on 24 February 1854. He came to Australia With his parents at the age of two, and was educated at Bendigo. After leaving ...
SCRATCHLEY, Sir Peter Henry (1835-1885)
major-general first special commissioner for New Guinea, son of Dr James Scratchley, was born at Paris on 24 August 1835. He was educated at Paris and under a tutor before ...
SEE, Sir John (1844-1907)
premier of New South Wales son of Joseph See, was born at Yelling, England, on 14 November 1844. He was brought to Australia in 1853 by his parents who settled on the Hunter River ...
SELWYN, Alfred Richard Cecil (1824-1902)
geologist was the son of Rev. Townsend Selwyn, canon of Gloucester cathedral, and his wife, Charlotte Sophia, daughter of Lord George Murray, bishop of St David's, and ...
SERVICE, James (1823-1899)
premier of Victoria was the son of Robert Service and was born at Kilwinning, Ayrshire, Scotland, in November 1823. He was educated at the local school, and was for some time a ...
SHARP, Cecil James (1859-1924)
musician, collector of folk-songs and dances was born at Denmark Hill, London, on 22 November 1859. His father was a slate merchant, much interested in archaeology, architecture, ...
SHARP, Gerald (1865-1933)
anglican archbishop of Brisbane son of Thomas Blatt Sharp, was born at Hooton, Cheshire, England, on 27 October 1865. Educated at Manchester Grammar School, he went on to St ...
SHENTON, Sir George (1842-1909)
politician and public man the son of George Shenton, merchant, was born at Perth on 4 March 1842. He was educated in England at Queen's College, Taunton, and, returning to Western ...
SHERBROOKE, Viscount
See LOWE, Robert
SHERWIN, Amy (c. 1855-1935)
soprano singer was born at Forest Home, Huonville, Tasmania, in about 1855 and was taught singing by her mother. On 1 May 1878 she appeared with an Italian opera company at Hobart ...
SHIELS, William (1849-1904)
premier of Victoria was born in Ireland in 1849. He came to Australia with his parents when about four years old, and was educated at the Scotch College, Melbourne, and the ...
SHIRLOW, John Alexander Thomas (1869-1936)
always known as John Shirlow etcher was born at Sunbury, Victoria, on 13 December 1869. His father, Robert Shirlow, a graduate of Trinity College, Dublin, had come from Ireland ...
SHORT, Augustus (1802-1883)
first Anglican bishop of Adelaide was born near Exeter, England, on 11 June 1802. His father, Charles Short, a London barrister, came of an old English county family. Short was ...
SIMPSON, Helen de Guerry (1897-1940)
novelist was born in Sydney on 1 December 1897. She came of a family that had been settled in New South Wales for over a 100 years. Her great-grandfather, Piers Simpson, R.N., was ...
SMITH, Henry George (1852-1924)
economic chemist was born at Littlebourne, Kent, England, on 26 July 1852. He was educated at schools at Ickham and Wingham, and also had private tuition from the Rev. Mr Midgley, ...
SMITH, James
1) (1820-1910) journalist was born near Maidstone, Kent, England, in 1820 and was educated for the church. He, however, took up journalism and at the age of 20 was editing a ...
SMITH, John McGarvie (1844-1918)
metallurgist and bacteriologist was born at Sydney in 1844. At 13 years of age he had to make his own living, and having learned the trade of watchmaker and jeweller, opened a ...
SMITH, John Thomas (1816-1879)
politician, seven times mayor of Melbourne was born at Sydney in 1816 and educated under W. Cape (q.v.). He was for a time in the service of the recently established Bank of ...
SMITH, Robert Barr (1824-1915)
business man and philanthropist son of the Rev. Dr Smith of the Free Church of Scotland, was born at Lochwinnoch, Renfrewshire, Scotland, on 4 February 1824. After leaving school ...
SMITH, Sir Charles Edward Kingsford (1897-1935)
aviator was born at Brisbane on 9 February 1897, youngest son of William Charles Smith, bank manager. When he was six years of age the family removed to Canada, the father having ...
SMITH, Sir Edwin Thomas (1830-1919)
politician and public man was born at Walsall, Staffordshire, England, on 6 April 1830. He was educated at Queen Mary's Grammar School, Walsall, and on leaving school had business ...
SMITH, Sir Francis Villeneuve (1819-1909)
premier and chief justice of Tasmania eldest son of Francis Smith, a London merchant and his wife, a daughter of Jean Villeneuve, was born on 13 February 1819 (Dict. Nat. Biog.). ...
SMITH, Sir Grafton Elliot (1871-1937)
anatomist and anthropologist was born at Grafton, New South Wales, on 15 August 1871. His father, S. S. Smith, was headmaster of the government school at Grafton and had ...
SMITH, Sir Ross Macpherson (1892-1922)
aviator was born at Adelaide on 4 December 1892, the second son of Andrew Smith, manager of Mutooroo station. Both parents were born in Scotland. Smith was educated at Queen's ...
SMITH, William Ramsay (1859-1937)
anthropologist son of William Smith and Mary MacDonald, was born at King Edward, Aberdeenshire, on 27 November 1859. He attended district schools, and winning a Free Church ...
SMITH, William Saumarez (1836-1909)
first Anglican archbishop of Sydney eldest son of the Rev. Richard Snowden Smith, was born at St Helier, Jersey, on 14 January 1836. He was educated at Marlborough College and ...
SMYTH, Robert Brough (1830-1889)
geologist, mineralogist and writer on aborigines son of Edward Smyth, mining engineer, was born at Carville, near Newcastle, England, in 1830. He was educated at a school at ...
SOLOMON, Albert Edgar (1876-1914)
premier of Tasmania was born at Longford, Tasmania, in March 1876. He was educated at the state school and winning an exhibition went on to Horton College, Ross, and Launceston ...
SORELL, William (1775-1848)
third governor of Tasmania was born in England in 1775, the eldest son of Lieut.-general William Alexander Sorell. He joined the army in August 1790 as an ensign, was promoted ...
SOUTER, David Henry (1862-1935)
artist and journalist son of an engineer, was born at Aberdeen, Scotland, on 30 March 1862. He studied art at the local branch of the South Kensington school, contributed to a ...
SOUTHERN, Clara (1861-1940)
artist was born at Kyneton, Victoria, in 1861. She studied at the national gallery school at Melbourne under Folingsby (q.v.) and spent much of her life at Warrandyte, a township ...
SPENCE, Catherine Helen (1825-1910)
advocate of proportional representation, novelist, journalist and sociologist daughter of David Spence, writer to the signet, and Helen Brodie, was born at Melrose, Scotland, on ...
SPENCE, Percy Frederick Seaton (1868-1933)
artist was born at Sydney in 1868. He became a contributor to the Bulletin and also exhibited at the Royal Art Society. He went to Europe in 1895 and illustrations by him appeared ...
SPENCE, William Guthrie (1846-1926)
Labour leader and politician was born in the Orkney Islands in 1846, and was brought to Victoria in 1853. His family went to the country and at an early age Spence was helping to ...
SPENCER, Sir Walter Baldwin (1860-1929)
biologist and anthropologist the second son of Reuben Spencer and his wife, originally a Miss Circuit, was born at Stretford, Lancashire, on 23 June 1860. His father who had come ...
SPENCER, Thomas Edward (1845-1911)
humorous writer was born at London on 30 December 1845. He came to Australia when 18 years of age, but soon afterwards returned to England and worked at his trade of stone mason. ...
SPOFFORTH, Frederick Robert (1853-1926)
cricketer was born at Balmain, Sydney, on 9 September 1853, the son of a banker. He was educated at Eglinton College, Sydney, and was afterwards employed in the Bank of New South ...
STANFORD, William (c. 1837-1880)
sculptor was born in England in 1836 or 1837 and as a youth was apprenticed to a stone mason. He came to Victoria in 1852 and for a time worked on the diggings at Bendigo. In 1854 ...
STEELE, Bertram Dillon (1870-1934)
scientist son of Samuel Madden Steele, was born at Plymouth, England, on 30 May 1870. He was educated at the Plymouth Grammar School, and came to Australia in 1889, where he ...
STEERE, Sir James George Lee
See LEE-STEERE, Sir James George
STEPHEN, George Milner (1812-1894)
South Australian pioneer and faith healer was the fifth son of John Stephen, judge of the supreme court of New South Wales, and younger brother of Sir Alfred Stephen (q.v.). He ...


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