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FOVEAUX, Joseph (1765-1846)
early administrator was born in 1765. When the New' South Wales corps was founded in 1789 he was an ensign in the 60th regiment, but on joining the corps became a lieutenant. He ...
FOX, Emanuel Phillips (1865-1915)
artist was born at Melbourne on 12 March 1865, the son of Alexander Fox, photographer, who had married Rosetta Phillips. The boy's first education was at the model school, ...
FOXTON, Justin Fox Greenlaw (1849-1916)
politician son of J. G. Foxton, was born at Melbourne on 24 September 1849. He was educated at the Melbourne Church of England Grammar School and privately, and went to Brisbane ...
FRANC, Maud Jean
née CONGREVE, Matilda Jane, Mrs E. Evans (1827-1886) author of religious tales was the daughter of Dr Henry Congreve and was born in 1827. She came to South Australia in 1852, ...
FRANCIS, James Goodall (1819-1884)
premier of Victoria was born in London in 1819 and emigrated to Tasmania in 1834. In 1837 he was employed by James Hamilton, a storekeeper at Campbell Town, and three years later ...
FRANKLIN, Jane, Lady (1792-1875)
second wife of Sir John Franklin (q.v.) was the second daughter of John Griffin. a liveryman and later a governor of the Goldsmith's Company, and his wife Jane Guillemard. There ...
FRANKLIN, Sir John (1786-1847)
fifth governor of Tasmania and arctic explorer was born at Spilsby, Lincolnshire, England, on 15 April 1786. He was the fifth son of Willingham Franklin, was educated at the ...
FRENCH, Charles (1840-1933)
entomologist was born at Lewisham, Kent, England, on 10 September 1840. His father died when he was a child and his mother marrying again, the boy was brought to Melbourne in ...
FRIEDENSEN, Thomas (1879-1931)
artist was born at Leeds, England, in 1879. He studied at the Royal College of Art, South Kensington, and in 1912 had an exhibit in the black and white room at the Royal Academy. ...
FROGGATT, Walter Wilson (1858-1937)
entomologist son of George W. Froggatt, an English architect, was born at Blackwood, Victoria, on 13 June 1858. His mother was the daughter of Giacomo Chiosso, who came of a noble ...
FRY, Douglas (1872-1911)
artist was born at Ipswich, Suffolk, England, in 1872. He was educated at Ipswich Grammar School and studied art at Julien's, Paris, and in London. He did some illustrative work ...
FULLWOOD, Albert Henry (1863-1930)
artist was born near Birmingham in 1863, and studied art at evening classes in that city. He came to Sydney in 1881 and obtained work as a lithographic draughtsman and designer. ...
FULTON, Henry (1761-1840)
early clergyman and schoolmaster was born in 1761. He was educated at a university, graduated B.A., and towards the close of the eighteenth century was a clergyman in the diocese ...
FYSH, Sir Philip Oakley (1835-1919)
premier of Tasmania the son of John and Charlotte Fysh, was born at Highbury, London, on 1 March 1835. Educated at the Denmark Hill school, he obtained a position in the office of ...
GARDINER, Frank (1830-c.1890)
bushranger was born near Goulburn, New South Wales, in 1830. There appears to be some doubt about his real name. At his trial he was arraigned as Francis Gardiner, alias Clarke, ...
GARRAN, Andrew (1825-1901)
journalist and politician son of an English merchant, was born in London on 19 November 1825. Educated at Hackney grammar school and Spring Hill college, Birmingham, Garran went ...
GAUNT, Mary Eliza Bakewell (c.1862-1942)
always known as Mary Gaunt novelist eldest daughter of William Henry Gaunt, a Victorian county court judge, was born at Chiltern, Victoria, about 1862. She was educated at ...
GAWLER, George (1795-1869)
second governor of South Australia was born on 21 July 1795, the son of Captain Samuel Gawler who was killed in battle in India in 1804. George Gawler was educated at the military ...
GAY, William (1865-1897)
poet was born on 2 May 1865 at Bridge of Weir, in Renfrewshire, Scotland. His father, an upright religious man, was an engraver of patterns for wallpaper and calico, his mother ...
GELLIBRAND, Joseph Tice (1786-1837)
first attorney-general of Tasmania son of William Gellibrand, was born in London in 1786. He studied law, was called to the bar, and in August 1823 was appointed attorney-general ...
GERRALD, Joseph (1763-1796)
political reformer, one of the "Scottish Martyrs" was born in the West Indies on 9 February 1763. (Dict.Nat.Biog.) He was educated in England at Stanmore school, under Dr Parr, ...
GIBLIN, William Robert (1840-1887)
premier of Tasmania son of William Giblin, registrar of deeds, was born at Hobart on 4 November 1840. He was educated first at a school kept by his uncle Robert Giblin and ...
GIBSON, George Herbert (1846-1921)
writer of humorous verse was born at Plymouth, England, on 28 August 1846. His father was a solicitor and Gibson, after serving articles with him, qualified for the same ...
GIBSON, Sir Robert (1864-1934)
man of business son of John Edward Gibson, was born at Falkirk, Scotland, on 4 November 1864. He was educated at the Falkirk public school and joined the Camelon Iron Company, of ...
GIFFEN, George (1859-1927)
cricketer was born at Adelaide on 27 March 1859. He played cricket with enthusiasm as a boy and attracted the notice of two brothers, Charles and James Gooden, who coached him. ...
GILES, Ernest (1835?-1897)
explorer son of William and Jane Elizabeth Giles, was born at Bristol, England. John's Australian Biographical Dictionary states that he was born on 20 July 1835, the Australian ...
GILL, Harry Pelling (1855-1916)
artist was born at Brighton, England, in 1855. He studied at the Brighton School of Art and at South Kensington where he won a scholarship. In 1882 he was appointed master of the ...
GILL, Samuel Thomas (1818-1880)
artist was born at Perrington, Somerset, England, on 21 May 1818. His father, the Reverend Samuel Gill, became headmaster of a school at Plymouth, and the son was educated first ...
GILLEN, Francis James (1855-1912)
anthropologist eldest son of Thomas Gillen, was born at Clare near Adelaide on 28 October 1855. The year of his birth is sometimes given as 1856, but the earlier date appears to ...
GILLIES, Duncan (1834-1903)
premier of Victoria was born at Overnewton near Glasgow, where his father had a market garden, in January 1834. His mother was a woman of great shrewdness and strength of ...
GILLIES, William Neal (1868-1928)
premier of Queensland was born in the Allen River district of New South Wales, on 28 October 1868. His father, Dugald Gillies, was a farmer, and both parents came from Scotland. ...
GIPPS, Sir George (1790-1847)
governor of New South Wales was the eldest son of the Rev. George Gipps and was born at Ringwold, Kent, in 1790, or possibly early in 1791. He was educated at the King's School, ...
GLEDDEN, Robert (1855-1927)
public benefactor was born at Bishopwearmouth, Durham, England, on 26 December 1855. In his youth he spent many years in Germany, Finland and other continental countries, and ...
GLOVER, John (1767-1849)
artist was born in Leicestershire, England, on 18 February 1767, the son of William Glover, a small farmer. He showed a talent for drawing at an early age, and in 1794 was ...
GLYNN, Patrick McMahon (1855-1931)
politician was born at Gort, County Galway, Ireland, on 25 August 1855. Educated at the French College, Blackrock, he was articled to a solicitor at Dublin, graduated B.A. at ...
GOE, Field Flowers (1832-1910)
anglican bishop of Melbourne son of Field Flowers Goe, solicitor, was born in 1832 at Louth, Lincolnshire, England. He was educated at the grammar school at Louth and Hertford ...
GOLDSBROUGH, Richard (1821-1886)
business man son of Joshua Goldsbrough, was born at Shipley, Yorkshire, in October 1821. At the age of 14 he was apprenticed to a Bradford firm and became a wool stapler. He began ...
GOOLD, James Alipius (1812-1886)
first Roman Catholic archbishop of Melbourne was born at Cork, Ireland, on 4 November 1812. On leaving school he entered the order of St Augustine to study for the priesthood, and ...
GORDON, Adam Lindsay (1833-1870)
poet was born at Fayal in the Azores on 19 October 1833. His father, Captain Adam Durnford Gordon, had married his first cousin, Harriet Gordon, and both were descended from Adam ...
GORDON, Sir John Hannah (1850-1923)
politician and judge was born at Kilmalcolm, Scotland, on 26 July 1850, the son of the Rev. James Gordon. His father went to South Australia in 1859 to take charge of the ...
GOUGER, Robert (1802-1846)
one of the founders of South Australia was born on 26 June 1802 and educated at a school in Nottingham. His father, Robert Gouger, was a prosperous city merchant and on leaving ...
GOULD, John (1804-1881)
ornithologist was born at Lyme, Dorset, England, on 14 September 1804. Little is known of his childhood; his father was a gardener, and the boy probably had a scanty education. He ...
GOULD, Nathaniel (1857-1919)
always known as Nat Gould novelist was born at Manchester on 21 December 1857. His father was a merchant in the tea trade, and the boy, the only remaining child, was indulgently ...
GRAHAM, Sir James (1856-1913)
physician and public man son of Thomas Graham of Edinburgh, was born on 29 July 1856. He graduated M.A. at Edinburgh university in 1879 and M.B. and C.M. in 1882. He went to ...
GRANT, James (1772-1833)
navigator was born in 1772. At the end of 1799 he was given command of the Lady Nelson, a new vessel of 60 tons fitted with a centre-board keel. His instructions were to proceed ...
GRANT, James Macpherson (1822-1885)
politician was born at Alvie, Invernesshire, Scotland, in 1822. He emigrated to Sydney with his parents in 1836 and was articled to Chambers and Thurlow, solicitors. In 1844 he ...
GRAVES, John Woodcock (1795-1886)
author of "D'ye ken John Peel" son of Joseph Graves, a plumber, glazier and ironmonger of Wigton, England, was born on 9 February 1795. His father died when he was nine years old ...
GRAYSON, Henry Joseph (1856-1918)
designer of machine for ruling diffraction gratings, scientist was born in Yorkshire, England, in 1856 or early in 1857. He came of a family of market-gardeners, arrived in ...
GREENWAY, Francis Howard (c. 1777-1837)
architect was born about 1777. Little is known of his education or early life. He was practising as an architect "of some eminence" at the beginning of the nineteenth century in ...
GREY, Sir George (1812-1898)
governor and statesman was born at Lisbon on 14 April 1812. His father, Lieut.colonel Grey, who was killed during an assault on Badajoz about a week before his birth, belonged to ...
GRICE, Sir John (1850-1935)
business man son of Richard Grice, a Melbourne merchant, was born at Melbourne on 6 October 1850. He was educated at Melbourne Grammar School, Wesley College, and the university ...
GRIFFIN, Walter Burley (1876-1937)
designer of the Australian federal capital was born at Maywood, Illinois, U.S.A., on 24 November 1876. He took the degree of B.Sc. in architecture at the university of Illinois, ...


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