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BRACKEN, Thomas (1843-1898)
poet and journalist was born at Clones, near Dublin, in 1843. His mother died soon afterwards, his father when he was 10 years old. About two years later he was sent to Victoria ...
BRAGG, Sir William Henry (1862-1942)
physicist son of Robert John Bragg, a sea captain who had become a farmer, and his wife Mary Wood, daughter of a clergyman, was born at Stoneraise Place, Wigton, Cumberland, on 2 ...
BRAY, Sir John Cox (1842-1894)
premier of South Australia son of Thomas Cox Bray, a pioneer colonist, was born at Adelaide on 31 May 1842 (Aust. Ency.). He was educated at St Peter's College, Adelaide, and in ...
BRENNAN, Christopher John (1870-1932)
poet and scholar was the eldest son of Christopher Brennan, brewer, who had married Mary Ann Carroll. Both parents were Irish and both were in their twenties when C. J. Brennan ...
BRENNAN, Louis (1852-1932)
inventor son of Thomas Brennan, was born at Castlebar, Ireland, on 28 January 1852. He was taken to Melbourne by his parents in 1861, and a few years later was articled to ...
BRERETON, John Le Gay (1871-1933)
scholar and poet was born at Sydney on 2 September 1871. His father, John Le Gay Brereton (1827-1886), was a well-known Sydney physician who published five volumes of verse ...
BRIDGES, Sir William Throsby (1861-1915)
major-general was born at Greenock, Scotland, on 18 February 1861. His father, who was a captain in the royal navy, came of an Essex family, his mother was an Australian, the ...
BRIERLY, Sir Oswald Walters (1817-1894)
painter in water-colours son of Thomas Brierly, was born at Chester, England, on 19 May 1817. He studied painting at an art school in London, and in 1841 started on a voyage to ...
BRISBANE, Sir Thomas Makdougall (1773-1860)
governor of New South Wales, and astronomer was born in Ayrshire, Scotland, on 23 July 1773. His father, Sir Thomas Brisbane, Bart., fought at Culloden, his mother was Eleonora, ...
BROMBY, Charles Henry (1814-1907)
Anglican bishop of Tasmania son of the Rev. J. H. Bromby and brother of Dr J. E. Bromby (q.v.), was born at Hull, England, on 11 July 1814. He was educated at Uppingham School and ...
BROMBY, John Edward (1809-1889)
schoolmaster and divine son of the Rev. J. H. Bromby and brother of C. H. Bromby (q.v.), was born at Hull, England, on 23 May 1809. He was educated at Hull Grammar School, ...
BROOKE, Gustavus Vaughan (1818-1866)
actor was born at Dublin on 25 April 1818. His father, Gustavus Brooke, was a graduate of Trinity College, Dublin, his mother was Frances, daughter of Matthew Bathurst. He was ...
BROUGHTON, William Grant (1788-1853)
first Anglican bishop in Australia son of Grant Broughton and his wife Phoebe Ann, daughter of John Rumball, was born at Bridge-street, Westminster, on 22 May 1788. He was ...
BROWN, George (1835-1917)
missionary son of George Brown, barrister, was born at Barnard Castle, Durham, England, on 7 December 1835. He was educated at a private school and on leaving, became an assistant ...
BROWN, Henry Yorke Lyell (1844-1928)
geologist son of R. Brown, F.G.S., London, was born at Sydney, Nova Scotia, on 23 August 1844. Educated at King's College, Nova Scotia, and the Royal School of Mines, London, he ...
BROWN, Robert (1773-1858)
botanist was born at Montrose, Scotland, on 21 December 1773, the second son of the Rev. James Brown, Episcopalian minister at Montrose, and Helen, daughter of the Rev. Robert ...
BROWN, William Jethro (1868-1930)
jurist son of James Brown, was born at Mintaro, South Australia, on 29 March 1868. He was educated at Stanley Grammar School, Watervale, South Australia, and after teaching for a ...
BROWNE, John Harris (1817-1904)
explorer and pioneer pastoralist was born in England on 22 April 1817. He was well educated and qualified for the medical profession at Edinburgh university. He went to South ...
BROWNE, Thomas Alexander, Rolf Boldrewood (1826-1915)
novelist was born in England on 6 August 1826. His father, Captain Sylvester John Browne, formerly of the East India Company's service, emigrated to Australia in 1830. His mother, ...
BRUNNICH, Johannes Christian (1861-1933)
agricultural chemist son of a Lutheran pastor, was born at Gorizia, then a part of Austria, on 11 September 1861. He was educated in Switzerland and obtained his knowledge of ...
BRYANT, Charles David Jones (1883-1937)
artist, always known as Charles Bryant was born at Sydney on 11 May 1883. He was educated at Sydney Grammar School and then obtained a position in the Bank of New South Wales. He ...
BUCHANAN, Nathaniel (1826-1901)
pioneer pastoralist and explorer son of Lieutenant C. H. Buchanan, was born near Dublin in 1826. He arrived in New South Wales with his father in 1832, and as a young man was part ...
BUCKLEY, William (c. (1780-1856)
the wild white man was born at Macclesfield, Cheshire, England, about the year 1780. He received some elementary education though in his later years he was unable to read or ...
BUNDEY, Sir William Henry (1838-1909)
politician and judge son of James Bundey and his wife Harriett Lockyer, was born in Hampshire, England, on 30 January 1838, and came with his parents to South Australia in 1848. ...
BURKE, Robert O'Hara (1821-1861)
explorer was the third son of James Hardiman Burke, an officer in the British army. He was born at St Clerans, County Galway, Ireland, in 1821 and was educated partly at home and ...
BURN, David (c. 1800-1875)
Tasmanian pioneer and dramatist was born about the end of the eighteenth century and after being in the navy emigrated to Tasmania in 1825. He returned to England in 1828, and in ...
BURNS, Sir James (1846-1923)
founder of Burns Philp and Co. Ltd and philanthropist the son of David Burns, an Edinburgh merchant, was born near that city on 10 February 1846. He was educated at Newington ...
BUSBY, James (1801-1871)
viticulturist and administrator son of John Busby (q.v.), was born in Edinburgh on 7 February 1801. He was well educated, and had made a study of viticulture in France. He came to ...
BUSBY, John (1765-1857)
engineer came of an old Northumberland family and was born at Alnwick in that county in 1765. He became a mineral surveyor and civil engineer in Scotland, and was engaged on ...
BUTLER, Sir Richard (1850-1925)
premier of South Australia son of Richard Butler, pastoralist, was born at Stadhampton, near Oxford, England, on 3 December 1850. He was brought to South Australia by his parents ...
BUVELOT, Abram Louis (1814-1888)
painter was born on 3 March 1814 at Morges, Switzerland. His father, François Simeon Buvelot, was a postal official who had married Jeanne Louise Heizer, a school teacher. Louis ...
BUZACOTT, Charles Hardie (1835-1918)
journalist and politician was born at Torrington, Devonshire, England, on 1 August 1835. He came to Sydney with his parents in 1852 and joining the Empire newspaper learned to be ...
BYRNES, Thomas Joseph (1860-1898)
premier of Queensland was born of Irish parents at Spring Hill, Queensland, on 11 November 1860. When six years old his parents removed to Bowen where he attended the local state ...
CADELL, Francis (1822-1879)
early navigator of the Murray was the son of H. F. Cadell, and was born in Scotland in 1822. He was educated at Edinburgh and in Germany, and became a midshipman on an East ...
CAFFYN, Kathleen Mannington (c. 1855-1926)
novelist was born in Tipperary, Ireland, about the year 1855. Her father, William de Vere Hunt, was a kinsman of Aubrey de Vere, the poet. Miss Hunt was educated by English and ...
CALEY, George (1770-1829)
botanist the son of a horse-dealer, was born in the north of England on 10 June 1770 (Jnl. and Proc. R.A.H.S., vol. XXV, p. 438). He was educated at the Free Grammar School at ...
CALVERT, Caroline Louisa Waring (1834-1872)
author and scientist was born at Oldbury, about three miles from Berrima, New South Wales, on 25 February 1834. Her father, James Atkinson, was the author of an early Australian ...
CAMBAGE, Richard Hind (1859-1928)
botanist and surveyor son of John Fisher Cambage, was born at Milton New South Wales, on 7 November 1859. He was educated at state and private schools, and for a short time was a ...
CAMBRIDGE, Ada (1844-1926)
novelist, and poet daughter of Henry Cambridge and his wife, Thomasine, was born at St Germains, Norfolk, on 21 November 1844. She was educated by governesses, her views on whom ...
CAPE, William Timothy (1806-1863)
schoolmaster was born at Walworth, Surrey, England, on 25 October 1806. His father, William Cape, was a London bank manager who emigrated to Australia with his family in 1821, and ...
CARANDINI, Marie (1826-1894)
singer daughter of W. H. Burgess, was born at Brixton, London, in 1826 and was brought by her parents to Tasmania in 1833. At the age of 17 she married Jerome Carandini, an ...
CARMICHAEL, Grace Elizabeth Jennings, Mrs Francis Mullis (1868-1904)
known as Jennings Carmichael poet daughter of Archibald Carmichael, was born at East Ballarat in 1868. She was educated at Melbourne, while still a child went to live on a station ...
CARR, Thomas Joseph (1839-1917)
Roman Catholic archbishop of Melbourne was born near Moylough, Galway, Ireland, on 28 May 1839. He was educated at St Jarlath's College, Tuam, and at Maynooth, where he did a ...
CARRUTHERS, Sir Joseph Hector McNeil (1857-1932)
premier of New South Wales son of John Carruthers, was born at Kiama, New South Wales, on 21 December 1857. His father was unable to pay for secondary education, and the boy was ...
CARSTENSZ, Jan (15??-16??)
called Jan Carstens in the Dutch dictionary of biography Dutch navigator, appears to be known only for his voyage to the Gulf of Carpentaria. At the end of 1622 he was instructed ...
CARTER, Herbert James (1858-1940)
entomologist son of James Carter, was born at Marlborough, Wiltshire, England, on 23 April 1858, and educated at Aldenham school and at Jesus College, Cambridge. Coming to ...
CASH, Martin (1810-1877)
bushranger was born at Enniscorthy, Wexford, Ireland, in 1810. His father was in comfortable circumstances but was indolent, the boy's education was neglected, and he fell into ...
CATCHPOLE, Margaret (1762-1819)
adventuress was born at Nacton, Suffolk, on 14 March 1762. Her father, Jonathan Catchpole, was a head ploughman. When little more than a child she rode bareback into Ipswich to ...
CHAFFEY, George (1848-1932)
pioneer of irrigation in Australia was born at Brockville, Canada, on 28 January 1848. His father, George Chaffey, was engaged in the Lakeside trade, building and owning his own ...
CHAFFEY, William Benjamin (1856-1926)
pioneer of irrigation in Australia younger brother of George Chaffey (q.v.), was born at Brockville, Canada, on 21 October 1856. He was the third son of George and Anne Chaffey ...
CHALLIS, John Henry (1809-1880)
university benefactor the son of an officer in the army, was born in England in 1809. He came to Sydney in 1829 and entered the office of Marsden and Flower, merchants. In 1842 ...
CHALMERS, James (1841-1901)
missionary was born at Ardrishaig, Argyleshire, Scotland, on 4 August 1841, the son of a stonemason. He went to a good elementary school at Glenaray, and then to the grammar ...


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