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DALLEY, John Bede (1878-1935)
journalist and novelist younger son of William Bede Dalley (q.v.), was born at Sydney on 5 October 1878, and was educated at Beaumont College, England, and at Oxford. He was ...
DALLEY, William Bede (1831-1888)
orator and politician was born at Sydney in 1831 of Irish parents, and was educated at the Sydney College and St Mary's College. He was called to the bar in 1856, in the following ...
DAMPIER, Alfred (1847-1908)
actor and dramatist was born in London on 28 February 1847, the son of John Dampier (John's Notable Australians, 1906). He was educated at the Charterhouse, and taking up amateur ...
DAMPIER, William (1651-1715)
voyager was born at East Coker, near Yeovil, Somerset, England, on 5 September 1651, the son of George Dampier, a farmer, and his wife Ann. The year of birth is usually given as ...
DAPLYN, Alfred James (1844-1926)
painter was born in London in 1844. He studied at Paris under Gerome and Carolus Duran and came to Australia in 1881. He was appointed instructor at the art classes of the Art ...
DARLEY, Sir Frederick Matthew (1830-1910)
chief justice of New South Wales son of Henry Darley, a member of the Irish bar, was born in Ireland on 18 September 1830. Educated at Dungannon College, where he had as a ...
DARLING, Sir Ralph (1775-1858)
governor of New South Wales was born in 1775. His father, Christopher Darling, who had risen from the ranks, became adjutant to his regiment in 1778 and afterwards quartermaster. ...
DAVENPORT, Sir Samuel (1818-1906)
pioneer and man of business belonged to a well-known and ancient English family whose seat was at Great Wigston, Leicestershire. He was the fourth son of George Davenport, banker, ...
DAVEY, Thomas (c.1760-1823)
second governor of Tasmania. No details are known of his early life, but he was serving in the army or navy in 1777, and went to Australia as a lieutenant of marines in the first ...
DAVID, Sir Tannatt William Edgeworth (1858-1934)
geologist was born on 28 January 1858 at St Fagan's rectory near Cardiff in South Wales. He was the eldest son of the Rev. William David, a fellow of Jesus College, Oxford, a good ...
DAVIES, David (1863-1939)
artist was born at Ballarat, Victoria, in 1863 of Welsh parents. He studied at the Ballarat school of design under James Oldham, and then at the national gallery school at ...
DAVIS, Arthur Hoey, Steele Rudd (1868-1935)
writer of humorous sketches and novels was born at Drayton near Toowoomba, Queensland, on 14 November 1868. His father, Thomas Davis, was a blacksmith of Welsh descent, his mother ...
DAWE, William Carlton Lanyon (1865-1935)
generally known as Carlton Dawe novelist belonged to an old Cornish family, and was born at Adelaide on 30 July 1865. He came to Melbourne with his parents about 1880, and in 1885 ...
DAWES, William (c. 1758-1836)
pioneer and scientist son of Benjamin Dawes, afterwards clerk of works at Portsmouth, was born probably about the year 1758. He entered the navy and was given a commission as ...
DAWSON, Andrew (1863-1910)
usually known as Anderson Dawson politician, first labour premier of Queensland was born at Rockhampton, Queensland, on 16 July 1863. He came of poor parents and had no more than ...
de BURGH, Ernest Macartney (1863-1929)
engineer youngest son of the Rev. William de Burgh, D.D., was born at Sandymount, county Dublin, Ireland, in 1863. He was educated at Rathmines school and the Royal College of ...
DEAKIN, Alfred (1856-1919)
statesman was born at Fitzroy, a suburb of Melbourne, on 3 August 1856, the only son of William Deakin, accountant, and his wife Sarah Bill, daughter of a Shropshire farmer. ...
DEANE, Henry (1847-1924)
engineer and man of science was born at Clapham, England, on 26 March 1847, the son of Henry Deane, a fellow of the Linnean Society of London. Deane matriculated in 1862, and in ...
DEAS-THOMSON, Sir Edward
See THOMSON, Sir Edward Deas
DEEMING, Frederick Bailey (1853-1892)
murderer was born in Kent, England, on 30 July 1853 of respectable parents. He ran away to sea at 16 years of age and afterwards began a long career of crime, largely thieving and ...
DELPRAT, Guillaume Daniel (1856-1937)
engineer son of General F. A. T. Delprat, was born at Delft, Holland, on 1 September 1856. He went to Scotland in 1872, served an apprenticeship in engineering, and worked on the ...
DENIEHY, Daniel Henry (1828-1865)
orator and miscellaneous writer was born at Sydney on 16 August 1828 (Aust. Ency.). His father, Daniel John Deniehy, was an Irishman who had built tip a successful business in ...
DENISON, Sir William Thomas (1804-1871)
governor of Tasmania and of New South Wales was the son of John Denison, and was born in England in 1804. He was educated at Eton and entered the royal engineers in 1826. After ...
DENNIS, Clarence Michael James (1876-1938)
the second name was never used poet and journalist the son of a retired sea captain who kept an hotel, and his wife Catherine Tobin, was born at Auburn, South Australia, on 7 ...
DERHAM, Enid (1882-1941)
poet was born at Hawthorn, Melbourne, Victoria, on 24 March 1882. She was the eldest daughter of Thomas Plumley Derham, solicitor, and was educated at the Presbyterian Ladies ...
DIBBS, Sir George Richard (1834-1904)
premier of New South Wales son of Captain John Dibbs, was born at Sydney on 12 October 1834. He was educated at the Australian College under Dr Lang (q.v.), obtained a position as ...
DIBBS, Sir Thomas Allwright (1832-1923)
banker son of Captain John Dibbs of St Andrews, Scotland, and brother of Sir George Dibbs (q.v.), was born in George-street, Sydney, on 31 October 1832. His father died when he ...
DICKSON, Sir James Robert (1832-1901)
premier of Queensland was born at Plymouth, England, on 30 November 1832. His family having removed to Glasgow, Dickson was educated at the high school and became a junior clerk ...
DIETRICH, Amalie (1821-1891)
naturalist daughter of Gottlieb Nelle, a purse-maker, was born at Siebenlehn, Saxony, in 1821. About the year 1848 she married Willhelm Dietrich a member of a well-known family of ...
DIXSON, Sir Hugh (1841-1926)
business man and philanthropist son of Hugh Dixson, was born in George-street, Sydney, on 29 January 1841. He was educated at the school kept by W. T. Cape (q.v.) at Paddington, ...
DOBSON, Henry (1841-1918)
premier of Tasmania son of John Dobson, solicitor, and his second wife a daughter of Richard Willis, was born at Hobart on 24 December 1841. Educated at the Hutchins School, he ...
DOBSON, Sir William Lambert (1833-1898)
chief justice of Tasmania was born at Carr Hill, Durham, England, on 24 April 1833. His father, John Dobson, a solicitor at Gateshead, Durham, married a daughter of Matthew Atkins ...
DODDS, Sir John Stokell (1848-1914)
politician and chief justice of Tasmania the son of William Dodds of county Durham, England, was born in Yorkshire in 1848. His father died when he was very young, and the boy was ...
DONALDSON, Sir Stuart Alexander (1812-1867)
first premier of New South Wales was born in England in 1812. He was a son of Stuart Donaldson, a prosperous London merchant, and in his twentieth year was sent to Mexico to ...
DONALDSON, St Clair George Alfred (1863-1935)
first anglican archbishop of Brisbane was the son of Sir Stuart Alexander Donaldson (q.v.) and his wife Amelia Cowper. He was born at London on 11 February 1863 and was educated ...
DOUGLAS, John (1828-1904)
premier of Queensland was born in London on 6 March 1828, the son of Henry Alexander Douglas and Elizabeth, his wife. His father was the third son of Sir William Douglas, fourth ...
DOUGLAS, Sir Adye (1815-1906)
premier of Tasmania was born at Thorpe, Norfolk, England, of Scotch descent, on 31 May 1815. His father was an officer in the army, but his grandfather was an admiral and five ...
DOWIE, John Alexander (1847-1907)
faith-healer and preacher, founder of Zion City was born in Edinburgh on 25 May 1847, the son of John Murray Dowie, tailor and preacher. In 1860 he was brought with his parents to ...
DOWLING, Robert (1827-1886)
artist was born in England in 1827 and was brought to Launceston by his father the Rev. Henry Dowling in 1839. He received lessons from Thomas Bock (q.v.), and in 1856 left for ...
DOWLING, Sir James (1787-1844)
chief justice of New South Wales was born in London on 25 November 1787. Educated at St Paul's School he became a parliamentary reporter, studied law and was called to the bar at ...
DOWNER, Sir John William (1844 1915)
orator and premier of South Australia son of Henry Downer who came to South Australia in 1838, was born at Adelaide on 5 July 1844. He was educated at St Peter's College, ...
DRUMMOND, James (c.1783-1863)
botanist was born about the year 1783. He was a brother of Thomas Drummond also well-known as a botanist. He was elected an associate of the Linnean Society, London, in 1810, and ...
DRY, Sir Richard (1815-1869)
premier of Tasmania was born at Launceston on 20 September 1815 (at least three other dates have been given by various authorities, but the Hobart Mercury, on 4 August 1869, ...
DUDLEY, Earl of
See WARD, William Humble
DUFFY, Sir Charles Gavan (1816-1903)
Irish patriot and premier of Victoria was born in Monaghan, Ireland, on 12 April 1816. His father, John Duffy, was a prosperous shopkeeper, his mother was a daughter of Patrick ...
DUFFY, Sir Frank Gavan (1852-1936)
chief justice of the high court of Australia was a son of Sir Charles Gavan Duffy (q.v.), and was born at Dublin, Ireland, on 29 February 1852. He arrived in Victoria with his ...
DUN, William Sutherland (1868-1934)
palaeontologist was the son of Major Percy Henderson Dun and was born at Cheltenham, England, on 1 July 1868. He was brought to Australia when about a year old, and was educated ...
DUNLOP, James (1793-1848)
astronomer son of John Dunlop, a weaver, was born at Dalry, Scotland, on 31 October 1793. He was educated at a school at Dalry and went to work at a thread factory at Beith when ...
DUNN, Edward John (1844-1937)
geologist was born at Bristol, England, on 1 November 1844 the son of Edward Herbert Dunn. He arrived in Sydney with his parents in 1849. In 1856 he was living at Beechworth, ...
DUNNE, Robert (1830-1917)
first Roman Catholic archbishop of Brisbane was born at Ardunnan, county Tipperary, Ireland, on 5 September 1830 (Brisbane Courier 15 January 1917). He was educated at Lismore ...
DUTERREAU, Benjamin (1767-1851)
artist was of French descent and was born in London in 1767. He worked as an engraver and in 1790 did two coloured stipple engravings after Morland, "The Farmer's Door" and "The ...
DUTTON, Francis Stacker (1816-1877)
premier of South Australia was born at Cuxhaven, Germany, where his father was British vice-consul, in 1816. He was educated at Hofwyl College, near Berne, and afterwards at the ...


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