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THERRY, Sir Roger (1800-1874)
jurist was born in Ireland on 22 April 1800. He was called to the bar in Ireland in 1824 and in England in 1827. His A Letter to the Right Hon. George Canning on the Present State ...
THOMAS, Margaret (c. 184?-1929)
artist and author daughter of a shipowner, was born at Croydon, Surrey, England, probably between 1840 and 1845. She was brought to Australia by her parents in 1852 and later on ...
THOMAS, Morgan (c. 1818-1903)
public benefactor was born in Wales about the year 1818 (The Advertiser, Adelaide, which had been in touch with his executors stated that he was 85 when he died in March 1903). He ...
THOMPSON, John Ashburton (1846-1915)
physician, authority on plague and leprosy eldest son of John Thompson, solicitor, was born in England in August 1846. He was educated at St Paul's School, and University College, ...
THOMSON, Alexander (1800-1866)
a pioneer of Melbourne and Geelong son of Alexander Thomson, a shipowner of Aberdeen, Scotland, was born in 1800. He was educated at Dr Todd's school at Tichfield, Aberdeen ...
THOMSON, Sir Edward Deas (1800-1879)
administrator, and chancellor of Sydney university was born at Edinburgh on 1 June 1800. His father Sir John Deas Thomson, was accountant-general to the navy and married Rebecca, ...
THORN, George (1838-1905)
premier of Queensland was the son of George Thorn, the founder of Ipswich and a member of the first Queensland legislative assembly. He was born at Sydney in 1838 and was educated ...
THRELFALL, Sir Richard (1861-1932)
chemist and engineer son of Richard Threlfall of Hollowforth, near Preston, Lancashire, was born on 14 August 1861. He was educated at Clifton College, where he was captain of the ...
THRELKELD, Lancelot Edward (1788-1859)
missionary to the aborigines and scholar son of Samuel Joseph Threlkeld, was born in England on 20 October 1788. He was well educated, and in 1814 the London Missionary Society ...
THROSBY, Charles (1771-1828)
explorer was born at Leicester, England, in 1771. He arrived in Australia as surgeon of the transport Coromandel on 13 June 1802, soon afterwards joined the medical staff, and in ...
THROSSELL, George (1840-1910)
premier of Western Australia the son of G. M. Throssell, was born at Fermoy, County Cork, Ireland, on 23 May 1840. He came to Western Australia with his father in 1850 and was ...
THYNNE, Andrew Joseph (1847-1927)
politician son of Edward Thynne, was born in County Clare, Ireland, on 30 October 1847. He was educated at the Christian Brothers' school, Ennistymon, by a private tutor, and at ...
TILLYARD, Robert John (1881-1937)
his first name is sometimes given as Robin entomologist and geologist was the son of J. J. Tillyard and was born at Norwich on 31 January 1881. He was educated at Dover College ...
TODD, Sir Charles (1826-1910)
postmaster-general and government astronomer, South Australia son of G. Todd, was born at Islington, London, on 7 July 1826, and was educated at Greenwich. In December 1841 he ...
TOMPSON, Charles (1806-1883)
first Australian-born poet to publish a volume was born in 1806 at Sydney. He was educated at the Rev. Henry Fulton's (q.v.) school at Castlereagh, and entered the New South Wales ...
TORRENS, Sir Robert Richard (1814-1884)
pioneer and author of simplified system of transferring land was born at Cork, Ireland, in 1814. His father, Colonel Robert Torrens, F.R.S., the distinguished economist, was one ...
TOWNS, Robert (c. 1794-1873)
businessman, pastoralist, and founder of Townsville was born at Long Horseley, Northumberland, England, on 10 November 1794. This is the date usually given, and it agrees with his ...
TOZER, Sir Horace (1844-1916)
politician son of H. T. N. Tozer, was born at Port Macquarie, New South Wales, in April 1844. Educated at the Collegiate School, Newcastle, he was admitted to practise as a ...
TRAILL, William Henry (c. 1842-1902)
journalist only son of John Traill of Westeve, Orkney Islands, was born in London about the year 1842, and was educated at Edinburgh and London. Originally intended for the army, ...
TRENWITH, William Arthur (1847-1925)
Labour leader was born at Launceston, Tasmania, in 1847. He was the second son of a Cornish bootmaker and began to learn this trade in his ninth year. In 1868 he went to Melbourne ...
TROTT, George Henry Stevens (1866-1917)
cricketer was born at Collingwood, Melbourne, on 5 August 1866. He began his career in first-class cricket in the 1885-6 season when he represented Victoria against South ...
TRUMBLE, Hugh (1867-1938)
cricketer the son of William Trumble, was born at Melbourne on 12 May 1867. Educated at Hawthorn Grammar School, he entered the service of the National Bank of Australasia in ...
TRUMPER, Victor Thomas (1877-1915)
cricketer was born at Sydney, on 2 November 1877. While at the Crown-street school he showed ability as a batsman and when only 17 years old made 67 for a team of juniors against ...
TUCKER, Tudor St George (1862-1906)
artist was the son of Captain Charlton Nassau Tucker, a cavalry officer in the East India Company's service. He was born in London in 1862 and came to Melbourne in 1881. He ...
TURNER, Henry Gyles (1831-1920)
banker and historian was born at Kensington, London, on 12 December 1831. He was educated at the Poland-street academy and at 15 years of age was apprenticed to William Pickering, ...
TURNER, Sir George (1851-1916)
premier of Victoria and Commonwealth treasurer son of Alfred Turner, was born in Melbourne on 8 August 1851, and was educated at the Model school and the university of Melbourne. ...
TYRRELL, William (1807-1879)
first Anglican bishop of Newcastle the youngest of 10 children of Timothy Tyrrell, Remembrancer of the City of London, was born on 31 January 1807. He was educated at the ...
TYSON, James (1823-1898)
pastoralist was born in the Cowpasture district, New South Wales, on 11 April 1823. His father, William Tyson, who came of Cumberland stock, arrived in Sydney in 1820 and acquired ...
ULLATHORNE, William Bernard (1806-1889)
first Roman Catholic vicar-general of Australia, bishop of Birmingham was born at Pocklington, Yorkshire, on 7 May 1806. His father, William Ullathorne, was a prosperous grocer, ...
VAN RAALTE, Henri Benedictus
See RAALTE, Henri Benedictus van
VAUGHAN, Roger William Bede (1834-1883)
Roman Catholic archbishop of Sydney was born near Ross, Herefordshire, on 9 January 1834. His father, Colonel John Francis Vaughan, belonged to one of the oldest county families ...
VERBRUGGHEN, Henri (1873-1934)
musician son of Henri and Elisa Derode Verbrugghen, was born at Brussels, Belgium, on 1 August 1873. He made his first appearance as a violinist when only eight years old, and was ...
VERCO, Sir Joseph Cooke (1851-1933)
physician and conchologist son of James Crabb Verco, was born at Fullarton, South Australia, on 1 August 1851. Both his parents came from Cornwall, England. He was educated at the ...
VERDON, Sir George Frederic (1834-1896)
politician and public man son of the Rev. Edward Verdon, was born at Bury, Lancaster, England, on 21 January 1834. He was educated at Rossall School, and when 17 years of age ...
VERNON, Howard (1845-1921)
actor was born in Collins-street, Melbourne, in 1845. His name was originally J. Lett. He developed a pleasing light tenor voice and joined an opera company which went to India. ...
VERRAN, John (1856-1932)
premier of South Australia was born at Gwennap, Cornwall, England, on 9 July 1856 and when only three months old was taken by his parents to Australia. The family lived at ...
VIDAL, Mary Theresa (1815-1869)
early novelist daughter of William Johnson and his wife, Mary Theresa, daughter of P. W. Furse, was born in 1815. She was a sister of William Johnson, author of Ionica, who took ...
WADDELL, Thomas (1854-1940)
politician son of John J. Waddell, was born in Ireland in 1854. He was brought to Australia when a few months old, and grew up on the land in the south of New South Wales. ...
WADDY, Percival Stacy (1875-1937)
schoolmaster and clergyman was born at Carcoar, New South Wales, on 8 January 1875. He was the son of Richard A. Waddy, bank-manager and his wife, a daughter of Dr Stacy, ...
WAINEWRIGHT, Thomas Griffiths (1794-1847)
artist, writer, and poisoner was born about October 1794 at London, the son of Thomas Wainewright and his wife Ann, daughter of Dr Thomas Griffiths. His mother died at his birth, ...
WAITE, Edgar Ravenswood (1866-1928)
scientist was born at Leeds, England, on 5 May 1866. He received his scientific education at the Victoria university of Manchester, and in 1888 was appointed sub-curator of the ...
WAITE, Peter (1834-1922)
pastoralist and public benefactor was born at Kirkcaldy, Fifeshire, Scotland, on 9 May 1834. On leaving school he was apprenticed to an ironmonger and spent nine years in ...
WAKEFIELD, Edward Gibbon (1796-1862)
colonizer was born on 20 March 1796 at London. He came of a family of some distinction and his father, Edward Wakefield, who had married Susanna Crash, a farmer's daughter, when ...
WALKER, Dame Eadith Campbell
See under WALKER, Thomas
WALKER, George Washington (1800-1859)
missionary was born in London on 19 March 1800, and was educated at a school at Barnard Castle. His parents were Unitarians, but he came in touch with the Society of Friends while ...
WALKER, Thomas (1804-1886)
public benefactor was born at Leith, Scotland, in 1804, and came to Sydney as a young man. About the year 1822 he joined the firm of W. Walker and Company, general merchants, the ...
WALLACE, William Vincent (1812-1865)
musical composer son of William Wallace, bandmaster in the army, was born at Waterford, Ireland, on 11 March 1812. Both parents were Irish. He showed talent as an organist at ...
WANT, John Henry (1846-1905)
advocate and politician son of Randolph John Want, a solicitor, was born at the Glebe, Sydney, on 4 May 1846. He was educated at Sydney Grammar School and Caen, Normandy, where he ...
WARBURTON, Peter Egerton (1813-1889)
explorer the fourth son of the Rev. Rowland Egerton Warburton, was born at Northwich, Cheshire, England, on 15 August 1813. Educated largely in France he joined the royal navy in ...
WARD, Frederick William (1847-1934)
journalist was born in New Zealand on 5 April 1847. He was the fourth son of the Rev. Robert Ward, a Primitive Methodist clergyman, and was educated for the same ministry. He came ...
WARD, Mary Augusta, (Mrs Humphrey Ward), (1851-1920)
novelist was born at Hobart, on 11 June 1851. Her father, Thomas Arnold (1823-1900), the second son of Arnold of Rugby, came to Tasmania early in 1850 and organized its primary ...
WARD, William Humble, Second Earl of Dudley (1867-1932)
fourth governor-general of Australia son of the 1st Earl of Dudley and Georgina, daughter of Sir Thomas Moncrieffe, bart., was born on 25 July 1867 and was educated at Eton. He ...


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