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BARRY, Sir Redmond (1813-1880)
judge, first chancellor of the university of Melbourne, first president of the trustees of the public library of Victoria was the third son of Major-general Henry Green Barry and ...
BASEDOW, Herbert (1881-1933)
anthropologist was born at Kent Town, South Australia, on 27 October 1881. He was the youngest son of M. P. F. Basedow, who was minister of education in the W. Morgan (q.v.) ...
BASS, George (1763-1803?)
explorer was born at Aswarby, near Sleaford, Lincolnshire, probably in 1763. His father, a farmer, died while he was a child, his mother gave him a good education and apprenticed ...
BATMAN, John (1801-1839)
a founder of Melbourne was born at Parramatta, New South Wales, on 21 January 1801. (A. S. Kenyon papers at the public library Melbourne.) His father, William Batman, came to ...
BAUER, Ferdinand (1760-1826)
botanical artist was born at Feldsberg, Austria, on 20 January 1760. His father was court painter to the reigning Prince of Lichtenstein. In 1784 Dr John Sibthorp, who was ...
BAVIN, Sir Thomas Rainsford (1874-1941)
premier of New South Wales and judge was the son of a Methodist clergyman the Rev. Rainsford Bavin. He. was born at Kaiopoi, New Zealand, on 5 May 1874 and was educated at ...
BAYLEBRIDGE, William (1883-1942)
originally Charles William Blocksidge poet son of G. H. Blocksidge, auctioneer and estate agent, was born at East Brisbane on 12 December 1883. He was educated at Brisbane Grammar ...
BAYLEY, Arthur Wellesley (1865 1896)
prospector, discoverer of the Coolgardie goldfield was born at Newbridge, Victoria, on 27 March 1865. When only 16 years of age he went to North Queensland and did prospecting and ...
BAYNTON, Barbara Janet Ainsleigh (1862-1929)
author daughter of Robert Laurence Kilpatrick, was born at Scone, Hunter River district, New South Wales, in 1862. In 1880 she married Hay Frater and in 1890 Dr Thomas Baynton. A ...
BECKE, George Lewis (1855-1913)
known as Louis Becke short-story writer and novelist was born at Port Macquarie, New South Wales, where his father was clerk of petty sessions, on 18 June 1855 (Aust. Ency.). He ...
BEDFORD, Randolph (1868-1941)
author and politician son of Alfred Bedford, was born at Sydney on 28 July 1868. He was educated at the Newtown state school and at the age of 16 was working in the western ...
BEEBY, Sir George Stephenson (1869-1942)
politician, judge and author was born at Sydney on 23 May 1869. He entered the education department of New South Wales when 14 years of age and became a pupil teacher. ...
BELL, Joshua Thomas (1863-1911)
politician son of Sir Joshua Peter Bell (q.v.), was born at Ipswich, Queensland, in 1863. He was educated at Brisbane Grammar school and Cambridge university, where he became ...
BELL, Sir Joshua Peter (1827-1881)
politician was born in Ireland, on 19 January 1827 and came to New South Wales with his parents in 1831 (Aust. Ency.). He was educated at Sydney College, and The King's School, ...
BENT, Andrew (1791-1851)
early printer was born in 1791 or towards the end of 1790. He began working at Hobart as a printer in 1812 and started the Hobart Town Gazette in June 1816. In 1820, when he was ...
BENT, Ellis (c.1783-1815)
judge-advocate of New South Wales was probably born in 1783. His date of birth is sometimes given as 1779, but he was the second son of Robert Bent, and his elder brother, Jeffery ...
BENT, Jeffery Hart (1780-1852)
first judge in Australia the son of Robert Bent and elder brother of Ellis Bent (q.v.), born in 1780, was educated at Mr Barnes's school, Manchester, and at Trinity College, ...
BENT, Sir Thomas (1838-1909)
politician was born at Penrith, New South Wales, on 7 December 1838. His father, a contractor, came to Melbourne in 1849, where he afterwards became a market-gardener. Bent's ...
BERNAYS, Lewis Adolphus (1831-1908)
public servant son of Dr A. Bernays, professor of German language and literature at King's College, London, was born on 3 May 1831. He was educated at King's College, and at the ...
BERRY, Alexander (1781-1873)
pioneer was born in Fifeshire, Scotland, on 30 November 1781. He was educated at the Grammar School at Cupar, and afterwards studied medicine at St Andrews and at Edinburgh ...
BERRY, Sir Graham (1822-1904)
premier of Victoria was born at Twickenham, near London, on 28 August 1822. His father, Benjamin Berry, was a fairly prosperous tradesman, who had married a Miss Clara Graham. ...
BEVAN, Llewelyn David (1842-1918)
congregational divine was born at Llanelly, Wales, on 11 September 1842. He was the son of Hopkin Bevan, an actuary, his mother was the daughter of a congregational minister, and ...
BIDWILL, John Carne (1815-1853)
botanist eldest son of James G. Bidwill, a merchant of Exeter, England, was born at Exeter in 1815. He was educated for a commercial life but developed an interest in science, and ...
BIGGE, John Thomas (1780-1843)
judge and king's commissioner was the second son of Thomas Charles Bigge. He was born in Northumberland, England, in 1780 and educated at Newcastle Grammar School, Westminster ...
BLACKET, Edmund Thomas (1817-1883)
architect son of a London merchant, was born at Smithfield, London, on 25 August 1817. He was educated at the Milhil school, a Congregational college, near Barnet. On leaving ...
BLACKHAM, John McCarthy (1853-1932)
cricketer son of F. Blackham, a newsagent, was born at Fitzroy, Melbourne, on 11 May 1853 (Wisden, 1933). Like his contemporary, Spofforth (q.v.), he became a bank clerk, and held ...
BLAIR, David (1820-1899)
journalist came of a north of Ireland family and was born in 1820. He studied for the ministry and came to Australia in 1850 at the suggestion of Dr Lang (q.v.), the intention ...
BLASHKI, M.
See EVERGOOD, Miles
BLAXLAND, Gregory (1771-1852)
pioneer and explorer was born in Kent, England, in 1771 (Burke's Colonial Gentry 1891). In 1805, with his brother John Blaxland (q.v.), he arranged with the government to go to ...
BLAXLAND, John (1769-1845)
pioneer was born in Kent, on 4 January 1769. Educated at King's School, Canterbury, he entered the army and became a captain. He resigned his commission in 1792, settled down on ...
BLIGH, William (1754-1817)
admiral, and governor of New South Wales son of Francis and Jane Bligh, was born at Plymouth on 9 September 1754. In 1770 he joined H.M.S. Hunter as an able seaman, the term being ...
BLOCKSIDGE, Charles William
See BAYLEBRIDGE, William
BLYTH, Sir Arthur (1823-1891)
premier of South Australia son of William Blyth and his wife Sarah Wilkins, was born at Birmingham on 21 March 1823. He was educated at King Edward VI Grammar School, and arrived ...
BOAKE, Barcroft Henry Thomas (1866-1892)
poet was born at Sydney on 26 March 1866. His father, Barcroft Capel Boake, was a photographer, his mother, originally Florence Eva Clarke, was the daughter of Henry Clarke an ...
BOAS, Abraham Tobias (1844-1923)
rabbi Hebrew congregation, Adelaide was born at Amsterdam, Holland, where his father was also a rabbi, on 25 November 1844. He was educated at the local Jewish school and studied ...
BOCK, Thomas (1790-1857)
artist was born at Sutton Coldfield, England, in 1790. He was apprenticed to an engraver at Birmingham, and in 1817 was awarded a silver medal by the Society for the Encouragement ...
BOLDREWOOD, Rolf
See BROWNE, Thomas Alexander
BONNEY, Charles (1813-1897)
pioneer youngest son of the Rev. George Bonney, fellow of Jesus College, Cambridge, was born at Sandon, Staffordshire, England, on 31 October 1813. He was educated at Rugeley ...
BONWICK, James (1817-1906)
historical and educational writer was born at London on 8 July 1817, the eldest son of James and Mary Ann Bonwick. James Bonwick, the elder, was a man of some mechanical ability, ...
BONYTHON, Sir John Langdon (1848-1939)
editor and public benefactor was the second son of George Langdon Bonython and his wife Annie, daughter of James Fairbairn MacBain of Aberdeen. The Bonythons are an ancient ...
BOSCH, George Henry (1861-1934)
merchant and philanthropist was born at Solomon's Flat, near Beechworth, Victoria, on 18 February 1861. His father belonged to a Dutch family which migrated to Hamburg and became ...
BOUCAUT, Sir James Penn (1831-1916)
premier of South Australia and judge was born near Falmouth, Cornwall, on 29 October 1831. He was the son of a navy officer, Captain Ray Boucaut, and his wife, Winifred, daughter ...
BOUCICAULT, Dion (1859-1929)
actor and stage director was born at New York on 23 May 1859, the son of Dion Boucicault the elder, the well-known actor and dramatist, and of his wife, Agnes Boucicault, who was ...
BOURKE, John Philip (1860-1914)
poet was born on the Peel River diggings, New South Wales, on 5 August 1860. Mining was in his blood and at the age of 17 he sold a claim for £600. He then became a school ...
BOURKE, Sir Richard (1777-1855)
governor of New South Wales was born at Dublin, Ireland, on 4 May 1777. It has been stated that the date on his tombstone is 1778, but as he matriculated in 1793 and qualified as ...
BOWEN, Sir George Ferguson (1821-1899)
governor of Queensland and Victoria eldest son of the Rev. Edward Bowen, was born in Ireland on 2 November 1821 (Dict.Nat.Biog.). He was educated at the Charterhouse and Trinity ...
BOWSER, Sir John (1856-1936)
premier of Victoria the son of John Henry Bowser, was born at London on 26 August 1856. He was brought to Victoria when three years old by his parents who settled at Bacchus ...
BOYCE, Francis Bertie (1844-1931)
clergyman and social reformer son of Francis Boyce, an accountant, was born at Tiverton, Devonshire, England, on 6 April 1844. He was brought by his parents to Australia and, ...
BOYCE, William Binnington (1804-1889)
scholar and clergyman was born at Beverley, Yorkshire, England, on 9 November 1804. He entered the Wesleyan ministry and in 1830 was sent to South Africa with instructions to ...
BOYD, Arthur Merric (1862-1940)
artist was born at Dunedin, New Zealand, on 19 March 1862. He went to Australia and in January 1886 married Emma Minna à'Beckett, also an artist, daughter of the Hon. W. A. C. ...
BOYD, Benjamin (C. 1796-1851)
pioneer was born about the year 1796 at Merton Hall, Wigtonshire, Scotland. He was the second son of Edward Boyd by his wife Jane, daughter of Benjamin Yule. In 1824 he was a ...
BOYD, Theodore Penleigh (1890-1923)
always known as Penleigh Boyd artist was born in Wiltshire, England, on 15 August 1890, the eldest son of an artist, Arthur Merric Boyd (q.v.). His mother, also a painter of ...


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