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WARDELL, Robert (1794-1834)
journalist and advocate was born in England in 1794 or possibly towards the end of the previous year. He matriculated at Trinity College, Cambridge, in 1810 and graduated LL.B. in ...
WARDELL, William Wilkinson (1824-1899)
architect was born in 1824. He was a pupil of A. W. Pugin and was establishing a reputation in England as a designer of churches, when in 1857 the state of his health compelled ...
WARREN, William Henry (1852-1926)
engineer was born at Bristol, England in 1852, and was trained at the Royal College of Science, Dublin, and Queen's College, Manchester. He had a brilliant scholastic career ...
WARUNG, Price
See ASTLEY, William
WATERHOUSE, George Marsden (1824-1906)
premier of South Australia was born in 1824. His father, the Rev. John Waterhouse, general superintendent of the Wesleyan missions in Australia and Polynesia, resided for some ...
WATSON, Archibald (1849-1940)
anatomist born at Tarcutta, New South Wales, on 27 July 1849, was the son of Sydney Grandison Watson, a retired naval officer who became a squatter on the upper Murray. He was ...
WATSON, John Christian (1867-1941)
first Labour prime minister of Australia son of George Thomas Watson, was born at Valparaiso, Chile, on 9 April 1867. Brought to New Zealand as a child he was educated at Oamaru ...
WATT, Walter Oswald (1878-1921)
university benefactor and airman always known as Oswald Watt, was the son of John Brown Watt, M.L.C., a prosperous and well-known Sydney merchant. He was born at Bournemouth, ...
WAY, Arthur Sanders (1847-1930)
classical scholar and headmaster of Wesley College, Melbourne son of the Rev. William Way, was born at Dorking, England, on 13 February 1847. He was educated at Kingswood School, ...
WAY, Sir Samuel James (1836-1916)
chief justice of South Australia was born at Portsmouth, England, on 11 April 1836. His father, the Rev. James Way, was a clergyman in the Bible Christian Church, and in 1847 was ...
WEBBER, John (1752-1793)
artist son of Abraham Webber, a sculptor, was born in London in 1752. He was educated in Switzerland, and studied painting at Paris. He was appointed topographical artist on the ...
WEBBER, William Thomas Thornhill (1837-1903)
third Anglican bishop of Brisbane son of William Webber, a surgeon, was born at Grosvenor-square, London, on 30 January 1837. He was educated at Tonbridge school and afterwards at ...
WEDGE, John Helder (1792-1872)
pioneer was born in England in 1792. He arrived in Tasmania in 1824 having been given a position in the survey department, and did some useful exploring, especially in the ...
WEIGALL, Albert Bythesea (1840-1912)
schoolmaster the fourth son of the Rev. Edward Weigall by his wife, Cecelia Bythesea Brome, was born at Nantes, France, on 16 February 1840. His father, known as "the little ...
WENTWORTH, William Charles (1792-1872)
statesman was born at Norfolk Island, apparently during the latter part of 1792 (A. C .V. Melbourne, who consulted the Norfolk Island returns at the colonial office). His father ...
WEST, Rev. John (1809-1873)
historian and journalist was born in England in 1809. He entered the Congregational ministry in 1829 and after working in England for some years, offered his services to the ...
WESTALL, William (1781-1850)
artist was born at Hertford, England, on 12 October 1781. He was a student at the Royal Academy school when he was selected to be landscape painter on the Investigator under ...
WESTGARTH, William (1815-1889)
early Victorian merchant and historian son of John Westgarth, surveyor-general of customs for Scotland, was born at Edinburgh, in June 1815. He was educated at the high schools at ...
WESTON, William Pritchard (1804-1888)
premier of Tasmania was born at Shoreditch, England, in 1804. About 1830 he emigrated to Tasmania, purchased a property near Longford, and lived there for several years. He also ...
WHITE, James (1862-1918)
sculptor was born at Edinburgh in 1862, and came to Australia while a young man. He won the Wynne prize at Sydney in 1902 and executed a large number of statues and memorials in ...
WHITE, John (c. 1750-1832)
chief surgeon to the first fleet is stated to have been born in Sussex in 1750, but as we find him described in 1786 as "a young man" (H.R. of N.S.W., vol. I, part 2, p. 25), the ...
WHITE, Sir Cyril Brudenell Bingham (1876-1940)
general, chief of staff, A.I.F. son of John Warren White, a former army officer from the north of Ireland, was born at St Arnaud, Victoria, on 23 September 1876. He was educated ...
WHITEHEAD, Charles (1804-1862)
novelist was born in London in 1804, the son of a wine merchant. He received a good education and entered a commercial office as a clerk. His first literary work was a long poem, ...
WHYTE, James (1820-1882)
premier of Tasmania son of George Whyte, was born near Greenlaw, Scotland, in March 1820. His mother was a cousin of Thomas Pringle, the poet, secretary to the Anti-Slavery ...
WILKIE, Leslie Andrew (1879-1935)
artist was born at Melbourne, on 27 June 1879. He was the son of David Wilkie and a grand-nephew of Sir David Wilkie. He was educated at Brunswick College and in 1896 entered the ...
WILKINSON, Charles Smith (1843-1891)
geologist was born at Pottersbury, Northamptonshire, England, on 22 August 1843. He was the fourth son of David Wilkinson, C.E., who was associated with Stephenson in the ...
WILLIAMSON, Frank Samuel (1865-1936)
poet was born at Melbourne on 19 January 1865. He was educated at the Scotch College, Melbourne, and was for some years a teacher in secondary schools in Melbourne and Sydney, but ...
WILLIAMSON, James Cassius (1845-1913)
actor and theatrical manager was born at Mercer, Pennsylvania, U.S.A., on 26 August 1845. His father was a doctor of Irish descent, his mother's forefathers had come from ...
WILLIS, John Walpole (1793-1877)
judge second son of Captain William Willis, was born on 4 January 1793, and educated at the Charterhouse and Trinity Hall, Cambridge. He was called to the English bar and ...
WILLOUGHBY, Howard (1839-1908)
journalist was born at Birmingham, England, on 19 June 1839. He wag educated at primary schools at Birming ham and London and came to Melbourne in 1857. He continued his education ...
WILLS, William John (1834-1861)
explorer was born at Totnes, Devonshire, England, on 5 January 1834, the son of William Wills a surgeon. He was educated at a grammar school at Ashburton. Early in 1852 he began ...
WILLSON, Robert William (1794-1866)
Roman Catholic bishop of Hobart was born at Lincoln, England, on 11 December 1794. His father, a builder, belonged to the Church of England, but became a Roman Catholic late in ...
WILMOT, Frank Leslie Thomson Furnley Maurice (1881-1942)
poet son of Henry William Wilmot, ironmonger, a pioneer of the socialist movement in Victoria, and his wife, Elizabeth Mary Hind, was born at Richmond, a suburb of Melbourne, on 6 ...
WILMOT, Sir John Eardley Eardley (1783-1847)
governor of Tasmania son of John Wilmot and grandson of Sir John Eardley Wilmot, chief justice of the court of common pleas, was born in England on 21 February 1783. He was ...
WILSON, ANNE, Lady (1848-1930)
poet and novelist daughter of Robert Adams, was born in 1848 at Greenvale, Victoria. In 1874 she married James Glenny Wilson and went to New Zealand. Her husband, a well-known ...
WILSON, Edward (1813-1878)
journalist and philanthropist was born at Hampstead, London, on 13 November 1813. He was educated at a private school and then entered a business house at Manchester. He went to ...
WILSON, Frank (1859-1918)
premier of Western Australia was born at Sunderland, England, in 1859. He was educated in Germany and at Wesley College, Sheffield, before entering the firm of Peacock Bros. and ...
WILSON, Sir James Milne (1812-1880)
premier of Tasmania was born at Banff, Scotland, on 29 February 1812, the third son of John Wilson, a shipowner. Educated at Banff and Edinburgh, he emigrated to Tasmania in 1829, ...
WILSON, Sir Samuel (1832-1895)
pastoralist son of Samuel Wilson, farmer and landowner, was born at Ballycloughan, Ireland, in 1832. He was educated at Ballymena and at first intended taking up civil ...
WISE, Bernhard Ringrose (1858-1916)
politician was the son of Edward Wise (1818-65), a judge of the supreme court of New South Wales, who was born in England on 13 August 1818, educated at Rugby, and called to the ...
WITHERS, Walter Herbert (1854-1914), always known as Walter Withers
artist was born at Handsworth, Staffordshire, on 22 October 1854, the son of Edwin Withers. He showed an early desire to paint, but objection was made to this by his father. It is ...
WOOD, George Arnold (1865-1928)
historian son of G. S. Wood, was born at Salford, England, on 7 June 1865. He was educated at Owens College, Manchester, where he graduated B.A., and afterwards at Balliol ...
WOODHOUSE, William John (1866-1937)
classical scholar son of R. Woodhouse, was born at Clifton, Westmorland, England, on 7 November 1866. He was educated at Sedbergh Grammar School and won an open exhibition to ...
WOODS, Julian Edmund Tenison (1832-1889)
geologist and divine was born at London on 15 November 1832. He was the sixth son of James Dominic Woods, Q.C., for some time one of the sub-editors of The Times, and his wife, ...
WOOLCOCK, John Laskey (1862-1929)
barrister and supreme court judge, Queensland son of the Rev. William Woolcock, a Bible Christian missionary, was born at Truro, Cornwall, England, on 7 November 1862. He came to ...
WOOLLEY, John (1816-1866)
first principal of the university of Sydney was born at Petersfield, Hampshire, England, on 28 February 1816. He matriculated at the university of London in 1830, and during the ...
WOOLLS, William (1814-1893)
botanist nineteenth child of Edward Woolls, merchant, was born at Winchester, England, in March 1814. He was educated at the grammar school, Bishop's Waltham, and at 16 years of ...
WRENFORDSLEY, Sir Henry Thomas (c. 1835-1908)
chief justice of Western Australia the son of Joseph H. Wren was born probably about the year 1835, and was educated in France and at Trinity College, Dublin. He was called to the ...
WRIGHT, David McKee (1869-1928)
poet and journalist was the son of William Wright, D.D. (1837-1899), a Congregational missionary, scholar and author. An account of him will be found in the Dictionary of National ...
WRIGHT, John Charles (1861-1933)
Anglican archbishop of Sydney son of the Rev. Joseph Farrall Wright, vicar of Christ Church, Bolton, England, was born on 19 August 1861. He was educated at Manchester Grammar ...
WRIXON, Sir Henry John (1839-1913)
barrister and politician was the son of Arthur Nicholas Wrixon, a county court judge in Victoria, and his wife, Charlotte Matilda, daughter of Captain William Bace who fought ...
WYATT, William (1804-1886)
pioneer was born in 1804, studied medicine and obtained the qualification of M.R.C.S. in February 1828. For some time he was honorary surgeon to the Plymouth dispensary, and then ...
YOUNG, Sir Henry Edward Fox (1808-1870)
probably should (1803-1870) - ebook editor governor of South Australia and Tasmania son of Sir Aretas William Young, a well-known peninsular officer, was born at Brabourne, Kent, ...
YOUNG, Sir Walter James (1872-1940)
business man son of John Young, pastoralist, was born at Moonta, South Australia, on 2 April 1872. He was educated at Whinham College and obtained a position with Elder Smith and ...
YOUNG, William Blamire (1862-1935)
always known as Blamire Young artist was born at Londesborough, Yorkshire, in 1862, the second son of a family of 12. His father, Colonel Young, came of prosperous yeoman stock. ...
ZEAL, Sir William Austin (1830-1912)
politician son of Thomas Zeal, was born at Westbury, Wiltshire, England, on 5 December 1830. He was educated privately, obtained his diploma as a surveyor and engineer, and came ...


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