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STEPHEN, Sir Alfred (1802-1894)
chief justice of New South Wales was born at St Christopher in the West Indies on 20 August 1802. His father, John Stephen (1771-1833), was related to Henry John Stephen, Sir ...
STEPHENS, Alfred George (1865-1933)
critic and miscellaneous writer was born at Toowoomba, Queensland, on 28 August 1865. His father, Samuel George Stephens, came from Swansea, Wales, his mother, originally Euphemia ...
STEPHENS, James Brunton (1835-1902)
poet was born at Borrowstounness, on the Firth of Forth, on 17 June 1835. His father, John Stephens, was the parish schoolmaster, and the boy was educated at his father's school ...
STEVENS, Bertram (1872-1922)
literary and art critic son of William Mathison Stevens, was born at Inverell, New South Wales, on 9 October 1872. Educated at state primary schools he was a great reader and ...
STEVENSON, George (1799-1856)
pioneer and first South Australian newspaper editor was born at Berwick-on-Tweed, on 13 April 1799. His father, a gentleman farmer', died when he was 12 years old, and shortly ...
STEWART, Nellie (1858-1931)
actress was born at Sydney on 20 November 1858. Her father, Richard Stewart (c. 1826-1902), was an excellent actor and singer who in 1857 married Mrs Guerin, née Theodosia Yates, ...
STICHT, Robert Carl (1856-1922)
metallurgist son of John C. Sticht, was born at Hoboken, New jersey, U.S.A., on 8 October 1856. He studied at the Brooklyn polytechnic institute for some years and then went to ...
STIRLING, Sir Edward Charles (1848-1919)
anthropologist and first professor of physiology at Adelaide university was born at Strathalbyn, South Australia, on 8 September 1848. He was the eldest son of Edward Stirling who ...
STIRLING, Sir James (1791-1865)
first governor of Western Australia the fifth son of Andrew Stirling of Drumpellier, Lanarkshire, Scotland, was born there in January 1791, entered the navy in August 1803, and ...
STIRLING, Sir John Lancelot (1849-1932)
politician son of Edward Stirling, and brother of Sir Edward Charles Stirling (q.v.), was born at Strathalbyn, South Australia, on 5 November 1849. He was educated at St Peter's ...
STONE, Louis (1871-1935)
novelist was born at Leicester, England, in 1871. He came with his parents to Brisbane in 1884, and the family moved to Sydney a year later. He began the arts course at the ...
STONE, Sir Edward Albert (1844-1920)
chief justice of Western Australia was born at Perth, Western Australia, on 9 March 1844. He was the second son of George Frederick Stone, formerly attorney-general of Western ...
STONEHAVEN, Lord
See BAIRD, Sir John Lawrence
STOREY, John (1869-1921)
premier of New South Wales son of a ship-builder, was born at Jervis Bay, New South Wales, in May 1869. At the age of six he was taken to Sydney where his father died soon ...
STOW, Randolph Isham (1828-1878)
judge was born in England on 17 December 1828, the eldest son of the Rev. T. Q. Stow (q.v.). He came to Adelaide with his father in 1837, and was educated at home and by D. Wylie. ...
STOW, Thomas Quinton (1801-1862)
pioneer clergyman was born at Hadleigh, Suffolk, England, on 7 July, 180l. He studied for the Congregational ministry at the missionary college, Gosport, and was given a charge at ...
STRANGWAYS, Henry Bull Templer (1832-1920)
premier of South Australia was the eldest son of Henry Bull Strangways of Shapwick, Somerset, England. He was born in 1832 and visited South Australia as a boy. Returning to ...
STREET, Sir Philip Whistler (1863-1938)
chief justice of New South Wales was the son of John Rendell Street, managing director of the Perpetual Trustee Company, and for a time member of the legislative assembly of New ...
STRONG, Charles (1844-1942)
preacher and founder of the Australian church son of the Rev. David Strong, was born at Dailly, Ayrshire, Scotland, on 26 September 1844. He was educated at the Ayr Academy, ...
STRONG, Herbert Augustus (1841-1918)
classical scholar third son of Rev. E. Strong, Exeter, England, was born at Exeter on 24 November 1841. He was educated at Winchester school and Corpus Christi College, Oxford, ...
STRONG, Sir Archibald Thomas (1876-1930)
scholar and poet son of Professor H. A. Strong (q.v.), was born at Melbourne on 30 December 1876. He was taken to England in 1883 and was educated at Sedbergh school and Liverpool ...
STRUTT, William (1825-1915)
artist came of a family of artists, his grandfather, Joseph Strutt, was a well-known author and artist, his father, William Thomas Strutt, was a good miniature painter. William ...
STRZELECKI, Sir Paul Edmund de (1797-1873)
explorer and scientist was born at Gluszyna near Poznau in Prussian Poland, on 20 June 1797. He was the son of Francis Strzelecki, a small landed proprietor and his wife, Anna ...
STUART, John McDouall (1815-1866)
explorer was born in Fifeshire, Scotland, on 7 September 1815, the son of William Stuart, a captain in the army. He arrived in South Australia in 1838 where he entered the ...
STUART, Sir Alexander (1825-1886)
premier of New South Wales was born at Edinburgh in 1825, the son of Alexander Stuart. He was educated at the Edinburgh Academy and on leaving school entered a merchant's office ...
STUART, Sir Thomas Peter Anderson (1856-1920)
physiologist, founder of medical school, university of Sydney was born at Dumfries, Scotland, on 20 June 1856. His father, Alexander Stuart, was a well-known business man in his ...
STURGESS, Reginald Ward (1890-1932)
painter in water-colours son of Edward Richard Sturgess, cabinet maker, was born at Williamstown, Victoria on 18 June 1890. He attended the local state school and in 1905 joined ...
STURT, Charles (1795-1869)
explorer was born in India on 28 April 1795, the second son of Thomas Lenox Napier Sturt, who became a judge in Bengal under the East India Company. The judge always known as ...
SUGDEN, Edward Holdsworth (1854-1935)
master of Queen's College, university of Melbourne was born at Ecclesfield, near Sheffield, Yorkshire, on 19 June 1854, the eldest son of the Rev. James Sugden, minister of the ...
SULLIVAN, Barry (1821-1891)
actor christened Thomas Sullivan, son of Peter Sullivan and his wife, Mary Barry, was born on 5 July 1821, at Howard's Place, Birmingham. Both his parents were Irish. When he was ...
SULMAN, Sir John (1849-1934)
architect son of John Sulman of Addiscombe, Croydon, England, was born at Greenwich, on 29 August 1849. He was educated at the Greenwich proprietary school and the royal institute ...
SUMMERS, Charles (1827-1878)
sculptor was born at Charlton near Ilchester in Somerset, on 27 July 1827. His father was a mason whose shiftless habits caused his family to be frequently in difficulties, his ...
SUTHERLAND, Alexander (1852-1902)
miscellaneous writer and philosopher was born at Glasgow on 26 March 1852. Both parents were Scotch, his father, George Sutherland, a carver of ship's figure-heads, married Jane ...
SUTHERLAND, William (1859-1911)
scientist was born at Dumbarton, Scotland, on 4 August 1859, son of George Sutherland, a carver of figure-heads for ships, and brother of Alexander Sutherland (q.v.). The family ...
SUTTOR, George (1774-1859)
pioneer was born at Chelsea, England, in 1774, the son of a gardener and botanist on the estate of Lord Cadogan. Coming under the notice of Sir Joseph Banks (q.v.) he was sent to ...
SUTTOR, Sir Francis Bathurst (1839-1915)
politician son of William Henry Suttor and his wife, Charlotte Augusta Anne Francis, and grandson of George Suitor (q.v.), was born at Bathurst, New South Wales, on 30 April 1839. ...
SWINBURNE, George (1861-1928)
politician and public man was born at Paradise, near Newcastle-on-Tyne, on 3 February 1861. His father, Mark William Swinburne, who married Jane Coates in 1860, was then a ...
SYME, David (1827-1908)
newspaper proprietor, "the father of protection in Australia" was born on 2 October 1827 at North Berwick, Scotland, the youngest of the seven children of George Syme, a parish ...
SYME, Ebenezer (1826-1860)
journalist brother of David Syme (q.v.), was born at North Berwick, Scotland, in 1826. He went to the university of St Andrews to be educated for the ministry but finding ...
SYME, Sir George Adlington (1859-1929)
surgeon was born at Nottingham, England, on 13 July 1859, and was educated at Wesley College, Melbourne. His father, George Alexander Syme (1821-1894), a brother of David Syme ...
SYMON, Sir Josiah Henry (1846-1934)
lawyer and politician son of James Symon, was born at Wick, Caithness, Scotland, on 27 September 1846. He was educated at the Stirling high school, of which he was dux in 1862, ...
TASMAN, Abel Jansz (1603-1659)
discoverer of Tasmania and New Zealand was born in Groningen, Holland, in 1603. We first hear of him at the end of 1631 when he, a widower living at Amsterdam, married Jannetjie ...
TATE, Frank (1863-1939)
educationist son of Henry Tate, a country storekeeper, was born at Castlemaine, Victoria, on 18 June 1863. He was educated at the Castlemaine state school, the model school, ...
TATE, Henry (1873-1926)
musician and poet son of Henry Tate, accountant, was born at Prahran, Melbourne, on 27 October 1873. He was educated at a local state school and as a choir boy at a St Kilda ...
TATE, Ralph (1840-1901)
geologist and botanist was the son of Thomas Tate (1807-1888), mathematician and author of many educational books. He was born at Alnwick, Northumberland, England, in March 1840, ...
TAYLOR, George Augustine (1872-1928)
artist, journalist, and inventor was born at Sydney in 1872. He first became known as an artist, and was a member of the Sydney Bohemian set in the 1890s, whose doings he was ...
TEBBITT, Henri (1852-1926)
artist was born at Paris of English parents in 1852. He was self-taught as an artist and after travelling in various countries settled in England. An oil-painting by him, "Wet ...
TEBBUTT, John (1834-1916)
astronomer was born at Windsor, New South Wales, on 25 May 1834, the only son of John Tebbutt, then a prosperous store keeper. His grandfather, John Tebbutt, was one of the early ...
TEMPLETON, John Montgomery (1840-1908)
author of non-forfeiture clause in life assurance policies was born at Kilmaurs, Ayreshire, Scotland, on 20 May 1840. He was the eldest son of Hugh Templeton, a school teacher, ...
TENCH, Watkin (c. 1758-1833)
lieutenant-general, author was born, probably in Great Britain, between May 1758 and May 1759; he was 74 at the time of his death in May 1833. He was well educated, and entering ...
TENNYSON, Hallam, 2nd Baron Tennyson (1852-1928)
second governor-general of Australia son of the poet Tennyson and his wife, Emily Sellwood, was born at Twickenham, London, on 11 August 1852. He was educated at Marlborough, ...
THERRY, John Joseph (1790-1864)
early Roman Catholic priest at Sydney was born at Cork, Ireland, in 1790. His people were in comfortable circumstances and the boy was largely educated by a tutor at home. In 1812 ...


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