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DYSON, Edward George (1865-1931)
miscellaneous writer and poet was born at Morrisons near Ballarat in March 1865. His father, George Dyson, arrived in Australia in 1852 and after working on various diggings ...
DYSON, William Henry (1880-1938)
always known as Will Dyson artist was born at Alfredton, near Ballarat, in September 1880, the son of George Dyson, a mining engineer, and brother of Edward Dyson (q.v.). He was ...
EARDLEY-WILMOT, Sir John Eardley
See WILMOT, Sir John Eardley Eardley
EARLE, Augustus (c.1790-c.1839)
artist son of James Earle (1761-96), an American artist of ability who was living in London between about 1780 and 1796 (Dict. of American Biog. vol. V under Earle Ralph). ...
EARLE, John (1865-1932)
first labour premier of Tasmania was born at Bridgewater, Tasmania, in 1865. Leaving his father's farm at the age of 17 he obtained employment at Kennedy's foundry, Hobart, ...
EDGAR, Alexander Robert (1850-1914)
methodist missioner second son of Edward and Mary Edgar, was born in the county of Tipperary, Ireland, on 8 April 1850. He came to Melbourne with his parents in February 1855, and ...
EDMENTS, Alfred (1853-1909)
public benefactor son of James Edments, a farmer who lost his farm and became a mason, was born in London in 1853. He had only a primary education and at an early age began to ...
EDMOND, James (1859-1933)
journalist was born at Glasgow on 21 April 1859. As a child he had only a primary education, but in later years he did much reading at the Glasgow public library. He went to work ...
ELDER, Sir Thomas (1818-1897)
pastoralist and public benefactor fourth son of George Elder, merchant, was born at Kirkcaldy, Scotland, in 1818. His elder brother, Alexander Lang Elder (1815-85), went to South ...
ELLERY, Robert Lewis John (1827-1908)
astronomer son of John Ellery, surgeon, was born at Cranleigh, Surrey, England, on 14 July 1827. He was educated at the local grammar school and qualified as a medical ...
ELLIOTT, Harold Edward (1878-1931)
general son of Thomas Elliott, was born at West Charlton, Victoria, on 19 June 1878. He was educated at Ballarat College and Ormond College, university of Melbourne, where he ...
ELLIS, Henry Augustus (1861-1939)
federalist and physician fourth son of Colonel Francis Ellis of County Tyrone, Ireland, was born on 24 July 1861. He was educated at St Columba's, county Tyrone and Trinity ...
ELLIS, Henry Havelock (1859-1939)
his first name was never used essayist and sociologist son of Edward Peppin Ellis and Susannah Mary Wheatley, was born at Croydon, then a small town south of London, on 2 February ...
EMBLEY, Edward Henry (1861-1924)
physician was born at Castlemaine, Victoria, in 1861. He was educated at the Bendigo high school and the university of Melbourne, where he graduated M.B., B.S. in 1889. He ...
EVANS, George Essex (1863-1909)
poet was born in London on 18 June 1863. His father, John Evans, Q.C., who was for five years a member of the house of commons, died when the boy was only a few months old, and ...
EVANS, George William (1778-1852)
explorer was born at Warwick, England, in 1778. He came to Australia in October 1802, on 2 November was appointed a storekeeper at Parramatta, and in August 1803 became ...
EVANS, Mrs Matilda Jane
See FRANC, Maud Jean
EVERGOOD, Miles (1871-1939)
artist was born in Melbourne in 1871 and studied for a short period at the national gallery school under Bernard Hall (q.v.) between 1893 and 1895. He exhibited at the Victorian ...
EWART, Alfred James (1872-1937)
botanist son of Edmund Brown Ewart, B.A. and his wife, Martha Williams, was born at Liverpool on 12 February 1872. Educated at the Liverpool institute and University College, ...
EYRE, Edward JoHN (1815-1901)
explorer came of an old English family: an ancestor Sir Gervas Eyre was killed while fighting for Charles I. Eyre's father, the Rev. Anthony William Eyre, was a clergyman in ...
FAIRBAIRN, Stephen (1862-1938)
always known as Steve Fairbairn oarsman and coach was the son of George Fairbairn (1815-1895), an early Victorian pioneer who married a Miss Armytage. George Fairbairn came to ...
FAIRBRIDGE, Kingsley Ogilvie (1885-1924)
founder of the Fairbridge schools was born at Grahamstown, South Africa, on 5 May 1885. His father, Rhys Seymour Fairbridge, was a government land-surveyor. He was educated at St ...
FAIRFAX, John (1804-1877)
journalist the son of William Fairfax and his wife, Elizabeth Jesson, was born at Warwick, England, on 24 October 1804. The family of Fairfax was an old one, for many years its ...
FARJEON, Benjamin Leopold (1838-1903)
novelist the son of Jacob Farjeon and his wife Dinah, formerly Levy, was born in London in 1838. Both parents were Jewish by race and faith and were too poor to be able to give ...
FARNELL, James Squire (1827-1888)
premier of New South Wales was born at Parramatta, New South Wales in 1827. At a comparatively early age he began travelling with stock and learnt much about his own colony. The ...
FARRELL, John (1851-1904)
poet and journalist was born at Buenos Aires, South America, on 18 December 1851. His father, Andrew Farrell, left Ireland about 1847 and settled in Buenos Aires as a chemist. ...
FARRER, William James (1845-1906)
wheat breeder was born near Kendal, Westmoreland, England, on 3 April 1845. His father was a country gentleman who came of a long line of comparatively small landowners known as ...
FAWKNER, John Pascoe (1792-1869)
pioneer, a founder of Melbourne son of John and Hannah Fawkner née Pascoe, was born at London on 20 October 1792. He came to Australia with his father and mother in ...
FELTON, Alfred (1831-1904)
public benefactor was born at Maldon, Essex, on 8 December 1831. He came to Victoria on the ship California in 1853, no doubt intending to search for gold, but there is no record ...
FIELD, Barron (1786-1846)
judge and author was born on 23 October 1786. His father Henry Field was a well-known London medical man and his brother, Frederick (1801-85), became a distinguished biblical ...
FINCH-HATTON, Harold Heneage (1856-1904)
Imperial federationist fourth son of the tenth Earl of Winchelsea, was born on 23 August 1856. He was educated at Eton and Balliol College, Oxford, and at 19 years of age went to ...
FINK, Theodore (1855-1942)
politician and educationist son of Moses Fink, was born at Guernsey in the Channel Islands on 3 July 1855. Brought to Victoria by his father in 1860 he was educated at the ...
FINN, Edmund (1819-1898)
pioneer journalist was born in Tipperary, Ireland, on 13 January 1819. Originally educated for the priesthood he emigrated to Australia and arrived at Port Phillip in July 1841. ...
FINNISS, Boyle Travers (1807-1893)
pioneer and first premier of South Australia was born at sea on 18 August 1807. He was educated at the school of the Rev. Charles Parr Burney at Greenwich, and at the Royal ...
FISHER, Andrew (1862-1928)
prime minister of Australia son of Robert Fisher, was born at Crosshouse, Ayrshire, Scotland, on 29 August 1862. He was educated at the local school, and as a young man worked as ...
FISHER, Sir James Hurtle (c. 1789-1875)
pioneer son of James Fisher a London architect, was born in 1789 or 1790. He studied law and practised as a solicitor in London from 1811 to 1832. In 1836 he was appointed ...
FISON, Rev. Lorimer (1832-1907)
anthropologist was born at Barningham, Suffolk, on 9 November 1832. His father was a prosperous landowner, his mother a daughter of the Rev. John Reynolds, a woman of ability and ...
FITCHETT, William Henry (1842-1928)
author and educationist the son of a schoolmaster, was born in Lincolnshire, England, in 1842. He came with his parents to Australia in 1854 and his father died soon after. ...
FITZGERALD, Robert David (1830-1892)
writer on orchids son of Robert David FitzGerald, a banker, was born at Tralee, Ireland, on 30 November 1830. When a boy he became interested in ornithology, continued his study ...
FITZGERALD, Sir Thomas Naghten (1838 1908)
surgeon son of John FitzGerald of Trinity College, Dublin, was born at Tullamore, Ireland, on 1 August 1838. He was educated at St Mary's College, Kingston, and studied for the ...
FITZGIBBON, Edmond Gerald (1825-1905)
administrator third son of Gibbon Carew FitzGibbon, a descendant of the White Knight, was born at Cork, Ireland, in 1825. When about five Years old he was taken to London where he ...
FITZROY, Sir Charles Augustus (1796-1858)
governor of New South Wales son of General Lord Charles Fitzroy, second son of the third Duke of Grafton, was born on 10 May 1796. He entered the army and was gazetted lieutenant ...
FLEMING, Sir Valentine (1809-1884)
chief justice of Tasmania was the son of Captain Valentine Fleming and his wife Catherine, daughter of John Hunter Gowan. He was born at Ashby-de-la-Zouch, Leicestershire, ...
FLETCHER, Joseph James (1850-1926)
biologist was born at Auckland, New Zealand, in 1850. His father, the Rev. Joseph Horner Fletcher (1823-1890), a Methodist clergyman, came to Australia early in 1861, and, after a ...
FLINDERS, Matthew (1774-1814)
captain in the navy, discoverer was born at Donington, Lincolnshire, England, on 16 March 1774. His father Matthew Flinders was a surgeon and a son of a surgeon, his mother's name ...
FOLINGSBY, George Frederick (1828-1891)
painter was born in the County of Wicklow, Ireland, on 23 August and at the age of 18 emigrated to Canada. Subsequently he went to New York, studied drawing and contributed ...
FOOTT, Mary Hannay (1846-1918)
poet was born at Glasgow on 26 September 1846. Her father, James Black, was a merchant who had married a Miss Grant, and came to Australia in 1853. Miss Black lived for some years ...
FORBES, James (1813-1851)
educationist son of a farmer, Peter Forbes, and his wife Margaret, was born in the parish of Leochel-Cushnie, 27 miles from Aberdeen, Scotland, early in 1813. He was educated at a ...
FORBES, Sir Francis (1784-1841)
first chief justice of New South Wales was born at Bermuda in 1784, the son of Francis Forbes, M.D. He entered as a student at Lincoln's Inn under Mr Sugden, afterwards Lord St ...
FORREST, Alexander (1849-1901)
explorer son of William Forrest and younger brother of John Forrest (q.v.), was born in Western Australia in 1849. He was second in command of his brother's expedition in 1870, ...
FORREST, Helena Mabel Checkley (1872-1935)
poet, novelist and journalist daughter of James and Margaret Mills. was born near Yandilla, Queensland, on 6 March 1872. She began writing at an early age but did not publish her ...
FORREST, Sir John, first Baron Forrest of Bunbury (1847-1918)
explorer and statesman was born at Bunbury, Western Australia, on 22 August 1847. His father, William Forrest, a son of James Forrest, a writer to the signet, came from ...


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