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CHAMBERS, Charles Haddon (1860-1921)
dramatist was born at Sydney on 22 April 1860. His father, John Ritchie Chambers, who had a good position in the New South Wales civil service, came from Ulster, his mother, ...
CHAMP, William Thomas Napier (1808-1892)
first premier of Tasmania was born at Maldon, Essex, England, on 15 April 1808, the son of Captain Thomas Champ and his wife Mary Anne Blackaller. He was related on his mother's ...
CHAMPION, Henry Hyde (1859-1928)
social reformer and journalist was the son of Major-General J. H. Champion, and was born in India on 22 January 1859. He was educated at Marlborough College and the Royal Military ...
CHAPMAN, Henry Samuel (1803-1881)
judge and politician son of an English civil servant, was born at Kennington, London, on 21 July 1803 and was educated at Bromley, Kent. He first entered a bank but in 1823 ...
CHAPMAN, Thomas Daniel (c. 1815-1884)
premier of Tasmania was born at Bedford, England, probably in 1815, ,came to Australia about 1844 and established a business at Hobart. He became a leading merchant and in 1848 ...
CHEVALIER, Nicholas (1828-1902)
artist was born at St Petersburg, Russia, on 9 May 1828. His father, Louis Chevalier, came from Vaud, Switzerland, and was overseer to the estates of the Prince de Wittgenstein in ...
CHEWINGS, Charles (1859-1937)
geologist and anthropologist third son of John Chewings, was born at Woorkongoree near Mt Bryan, South Australia, on 16 April 1859. He was educated at Prince Alfred College, ...
CHILDERS, Hugh Culling Eardley (1827-1896)
founder of the university of Melbourne was born at London on 25 June 1827, the son of the Rev. Eardley Childers, who died when the boy was three years old. He had distinguished ...
CHISHOLM, Caroline (1808-1877)
philanthropist was the daughter of William Jones, a yeoman farmer at Wootton in Northamptonshire. Her latest biographer, Margaret Swann, states that she was born "about the year ...
CHRISTISON, Robert (1837-1915)
Queensland pastoralist and pioneer sixth son of the Rev. Alexander Christison and his first wife, Helen Cameron, was born at Foulden near Berwick-on-Tweed on 8 January 1837. ...
CHURCH, Hubert Newman Wigmore (1857-1932)
poet was born at Hobart, Tasmania, on 13 June 1857, the son of Hubert Day and Mary A. Church. His father, a barrister, came from Somerset and was a descendant of the family of ...
CLARK, Andrew Inglis (1848-1907)
federalist and constitutional lawyer son of Andrew and Ann Inglis Clark, was born at Hobart, Tasmania, on 24 February 1848. He was educated at the Hobart high school, and on ...
CLARKE, George (1823-1913)
New Zealand pioneer, educationist was born at Parramatta, New South Wales, on 29 June 1823. His father, George Clarke, an early missionary to New Zealand, came from Norfolk and ...
CLARKE, Henry Lowther (1850-1926)
fourth bishop and first Anglican archbishop of Melbourne son of the Rev. W. Clarke, of Firbank, Westmorland, England, was born on 23 November 1850. He was educated at Sedbergh ...
CLARKE, Marcus Andrew Hislop (1846-1881)
always known as Marcus Clarke novelist and miscellaneous writer was born at Kensington, London, on 24 April 1846. His father, William Hislop Clarke, was a barrister, his mother ...
CLARKE, Sir Andrew (1824-1902)
administrator was born at Southsea, Hampshire, England, on 27 July 1824. He was the eldest son of Lieut.-Colonel Andrew Clarke (1793-1847) and his wife Frances, daughter of Philip ...
CLARKE, Sir William John (1831-1897
pastoralist and philanthropist was the son of William John Turner Clarke (1804-1874), an early Tasmanian colonist, who acquired large pastoral properties in Tasmania, Victoria, ...
CLARKE, William Branwhite (1798-1878)
geologist was born at East Bergholt, Suffolk, on 2 June 1798. Educated at Dedham Grammar School he went to Jesus College, Cambridge, in October 1817, and in 1819 entered a poem ...
CLAXTON, Marshall (1811-1881)
painter son of a Wesleyan minister, was born at Bolton, Lancashire, on 12 May 1811. He studied under John Jackson, R.A., and at the Royal Academy school, and had his first picture ...
CLOWES, Evelyn Mary
See MORDAUNT, Elinor
COATES, George James (1869-1930)
artist was born at North Melbourne on 8 August 1869. His father, John Coates, was an artist-lithographer of English stock, his mother was the daughter of Ephraim Irwin who came ...
COCKBURN, Sir John Alexander (1850-1929)
premier of South Australia son of Thomas Cockburn, was born at Corsbie, Berwickshire, Scotland, on 23 August 1850. Educated at Chomeley School, Highgate, and King's College, ...
COCKBURN-CAMPBELL, Sir Thomas.
See CAMPBELL, Sir Thomas Cockburn
COCKLE, Sir James (1819-1895)
first chief justice of Queensland was the second son of James Cockle of Great Oakley, Essex, England, and was born On 14 January 1819. He was educated at the Charterhouse and by ...
COGHLAN, Sir Timothy Augustine (1856-1926)
statistician son of Thomas Coghlan of Irish Roman catholic stock was born at Sydney on 9 June 1856. He was educated at Sydney Grammar School, in 1873 joined the public works ...
COLE, Edward William (1832-1918)
bookseller, founder of the book arcade, Melbourne was born at Woodchurch Kent, England, in January 1832. He received little education, his father died young, and, after his mother ...
COLES, Sir Jenkin (1842-1911)
politician son of Jenkin and Caroline Coles, came of an old north of Ireland family, and was born at Sydney on 19 January 1842. When he was seven years old his family returned to ...
COLTON, Sir John (1823-1902)
premier of South Australia and philanthropist son of William Colton, a farmer, was born in Devonshire, England, on 23 September 1823. He arrived in South Australia in 1839 with ...
CONDER, Charles (1868-1909)
artist was the third son of James Conder, an engineer, and his first wife, formerly Anne Ayres. His ancestors appear to have been ordinary middle-class folk without any suggestion ...
COOK, Ebenezer Wake (1843-1926)
water-colour painter was born at Maldon, Essex, England, on 28 December 1843. He was brought to Melbourne in 1852, and when 17 years of age became an assistant to Nicholas ...
COOK, James (1728-1779)
discoverer of eastern Australia, captain in the navy was born at Marton, Yorkshire, England, the second son of James and Grace Cook, on 27 October 1728. His father was a farm ...
COOMBES, Richard (1855-1935)
journalist, father of amateur athletics in Australia was born on 18 March 1855 at Hampton Court, Middlesex, England. Educated at Hampton Grammar School, he was for some years in ...
COOPER, Sir Charles (1795-1887)
first chief-justice of South Australia was the third son of Thomas Cooper of Henley-on-Thames, and was born in 1795. He was called to the bar at the Inner Temple in February 1827, ...
COOPER, Sir Daniel (1821-1902)
first speaker of the legislative assembly of New South Wales son of Thomas Cooper, merchant, and his wife Jane, daughter of Samuel Ramsden, was born at Bolton, Lancaster, England, ...
COOPER, Sir Pope Alexander (1848-1923)
chief justice of Queensland was the son of Francis Cooper, a squatter, and was born at Willeroo station, Lake George, New South Wales, on 12 May 1848. He was educated at the ...
COPPIN, George Selth (1819-1906)
actor and politician was born at Steyning, Sussex, England, on 8 April 1819. His grandfather had been a well-known clergyman at Norwich. His father, George Selth Coppin ...
COUVREUR, Jessie Catherine (1848-1897)
novelist was born at Highgate, London, on 28 October 1848. Her father, Alfred James Huybers, came originally from Antwerp, and his daughter was of Dutch, French and English ...
COWAN, Edith Dircksey (1861-1932)
social worker was born at Geraldton, Western Australia, on 2 August 1861. Her father, K. Brown, was the son of F. Brown who came to Australia in 1841, her mother was the daughter ...
COX, William (1764-1837)
pioneer son of Robert Cox, was born at Wimborne Minster, Dorset, England, on 19 December 1764. He was educated at Queen Elizabeth's Grammar School at Wimborne Minster, and ...
CRAWFORD, Robert (1868-1930)
poet son of Robert Crawford, born at Doonside, New South Wales, in 1868, was educated at The King's School, Parramatta, and the university of Sydney. He settled on a farm as his ...
CRESWELL, Sir William Rooke (1852-1933)
vice-admiral was born at Gibraltar on 20 July 1852. His father, Edmund Creswell, was head of the postal service at Gibraltar and for the Mediterranean, his mother was Mary ...
CROSS, Ada
See CAMBRIDGE, Ada
CROSSLEY, Ada (1874-1929)
singer daughter of E. Wallis Crossley, a farmer, was born at Tarraville, Gippsland, Victoria, on 3 March 1874. Her mother belonged to the same family as the poet, Cowper. Miss ...
CROWTHER, William Lodewyk (1817-1885)
premier of Tasmania was the son of William Crowther, for many years resident surgeon at Hobart. He was born at Haarlem, Holland, on 15 April 1817 and came to Tasmania with his ...
CULLEN, Sir William Portus (1855-1935)
chief-justice of New South Wales son of John Cullen, was born at Mt Johnston, Jamberoo, New South Wales, on 28 May 1855. He was educated at country state schools and the ...
CUNNINGHAM, Allan (1791-1839)
botanist and explorer was born at Wimbledon, Surrey, on 13 July 1791. His father, Allan Cunningham, came from Renfrewshire, Scotland, his mother was English. He was well educated ...
CURR, Edward Micklethwaite (1820-1889)
writer on aborigines and on stock was the son of Edward Curr (1798-1850) and was born at Hobart in 1820. His father spent over three years in Tasmania, from February 1820 to June ...
CUSSEN, Sir Leo Finn Bernard (1859-1933)
advocate and judge son of Maurice Cussen, was born at Portland, Victoria, on 29 November 1859. Educated at Hamilton College, Cussen went to the university of Melbourne and ...
CUTHBERTSON, James Lister (1851-1910)
poet was the eldest son of William Gilmour Cuthbertson and his wife, Jane Agnes Cuthbertson. He was born at Glasgow on 8 May 1851, and was educated at Trinity College, Glenalmond, ...
D'ARCY, William Knox (1849-1917)
business man, obtained Persian oil concession. He was the son of William Francis D'Arcy, solicitor, and his wife, Elizabeth Baker, daughter of the Rev. Robert Bradford, and was ...
DAGLISH, Henry (1866-1920)
first labour premier of Western Australia was born at Ballarat in 1866. He was educated at Geelong, qualified for matriculation at Melbourne university, and in 1882 was ...
DALEY, Victor James William Patrick (1858-1905)
generally known as Victor Daley poet was born at Navan, Ireland, on 5 September 1858. His father, a soldier, died when he was an infant, his mother was a Morrison of Scotch ...


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