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GRIFFITH, Sir Samuel Walker (1845-1920)
premier of Queensland and first chief justice of the high court of Australia was born at Merthyr-Tydvil in South Wales, on 21 June 1845. He was the younger son of the Rev. Edward ...
GRIMES, Charles (1772-1858)
surveyor-general of New South Wales, discoverer of the Yarra was born, probably in England, in 1772. Towards the end of 1790 he was appointed deputy surveyor of roads in New South ...
GRITTEN, Henry (c. 1817-1873)
artist the son of a London picture dealer, was born probably in 1817. He studied art and was on friendly terms with David Roberts and other leading artists of the period. He began ...
GROOM, Sir Littleton Ernest (1867-1936)
politician son of William Henry Groom (q.v.), was born at Toowoomba, Queensland, on 22 April 1867. He was educated at Toowoomba Grammar School, where he was dux of the school and ...
GROOM, William Henry (1833-1901)
politician was born at Plymouth, England, on 9 March 1833. He was educated at St Andrew's College, Plymouth, and in 1857 emigrated to Queensland. He began business as a ...
GROSE, Francis (1754-1814)
lieutenant-governor of New South Wales was the son of Francis Grose the well-known English antiquary. At the time of his death in 1814 he was stated to have been 56 years of age ...
GRUNER, Elioth (1882-1939)
artist was born at Gisborne, New Zealand, on 16 December 1882. His father, Elioth Gruner, was a Norwegian, his mother was Irish. He was brought to Sydney before he was a year old ...
GUERARD, Jean Eugene von (1811-1901)
(his first name was never used) landscape painter was born at Vienna in 1811. His father, Bernhard von Guerard, was court miniature painter to Francis I of Austria. As a young man ...
GUILFOYLE, William Robert (1840-1912)
landscape gardener son of Michael Guilfoyle, was born at Chelsea, England, on 8 December 1840, and came to Australia with his father who conducted a well-known nursery at Sydney ...
GUNN, Ronald Campbell (1801-1881)
botanist son of Robert Gunn, an officer in the army, was born at Capetown on 4 April 1808. He accompanied his father to Mauritius, the West Indies, and Scotland where he was ...
GWYNNE, Edward Castres (1811-1888)
judge son of the Rev. William Gwynne, was born at Lewes, Sussex, England, in February 1811. He was educated at St Anne's Grammar School and under the Rev. George Evans at ...
HACKETT, Sir John Winthrop (1848-1916)
journalist and public benefactor was the eldest child of the Rev. J. W. Hackett, M.A., and his wife, Jane, a daughter of Henry M. Mason, LL.D. He was born in the county of Dublin, ...
HADDON, Frederick William (1839-1906)
journalist was born at Croydon, England, on 8 February 1839. He was well-educated and became assistant-secretary of the Statistical Society of London and of the Institute of ...
HAINES, William Clark (1807-1866)
first premier of Victoria was born in England in 1807, the son of a London surgeon. He followed his father's profession, but came to Victoria during the eighteen-forties and ...
HALE, Matthew Blagden (1811-1895)
first Anglican bishop of Perth third son of R. H. B. Hale and his wife, Lady Theodosia Bourke, a daughter of the 3rd Earl of Mayo, was born at Alderly, England, in 1811. He ...
HALES, Alfred Arthur Greenwood (1860-1936)
novelist was born at Kent Town, Adelaide, in 1860, the son of F. G. Hales a wood-turner. He had the ordinary primary education of his time, and after being apprenticed to a ...
HALFORD, George Britton (1824-1910)
physiologist, founder of the first medical school in Australia second son of James Halford, was born in Sussex, England, on 26 November 1824. He began studying medicine in 1842, ...
HANNAN, Patrick (c. 1843-1925)
discoverer of Kalgoorlie goldfield was born in County Clare, Ireland, about the year 1843. He emigrated to Australia and arrived in Melbourne in 1863. He worked in the mines at ...
HANSON, Albert J. (1866-1914)
artist was born at Sydney in 1866. He studied at the Royal Art Society's school and in 1889 went to New Zealand. He founded an art school at Dunedin but returned to Sydney after a ...
HANSON, Sir Richard Davies (1805-1876)
premier and chief-justice of South Australia was born at London on 6 December 1805. He was the second son of R. Hanson, a fruit merchant and importer, and was educated at a ...
HARFORD, Lesbia Venner (1891-1927)
poet daughter of E. J. and Helen Keogh, was born at Brighton, a suburb of Melbourne, on 9 April 1891. She was educated at the Sacré Coeur school at Malvern, Mary's Mount school ...
HARGRAVE, Lawrence (1850-1915)
pioneer in aviation was born in England on 29 January 1850. He was the second son of John Fletcher Hargrave (1815-1885), an English barrister, who came to Australia in 1857, and ...
HARGRAVES, Edward Hammond (1816-1891)
one of the discoverers of gold in Australia third son of John Edward Hargraves, was born at Gosport, England, on 7 October 1816, and was educated at Brighton grammar school and at ...
HARPER, Andrew (1844-1936)
biblical scholar was born at Glasgow, Scotland, on 13 November 1844. After some preliminary education at Glasgow Academy he came to Australia and went to Scotch College, ...
HARPUR, Charles (1813-1868)
poet was born at Windsor, New South Wales, on 23 January 1813. His father, Joseph Harpur, was the parish clerk, and master of the Windsor district school, and there the boy ...
HARRIS, Richard Deodatus Poulett (1817-1899)
educationist was descended from Sir Amias Poulett, ambassador to France in the reign of Queen Elizabeth, and afterwards keeper of Mary Queen of Scots. Harris was born on 26 ...
HARRIS, Samuel Harry (1880-1936)
surgeon son of Henry S. Harris, was born in 1880. He was educated at Sydney Grammar School of which he was captain in 1900. He graduated M.B., Ch.M. "with credit" at the ...
HARRISON, Henry Colden Antill (1836-1929)
athlete and father of the Australian game of football son of John Harrison, a sea-captain who became a grazier, was born at Picton, New South Wales on 16 October 1836. About the ...
HARRISON, James (1816-1893)
journalist, and pioneer of meat preserving was born near Glasgow, Scotland, in 1816. He came to Australia in 1837 in charge of materials sent out by Tegg, a Cheapside bookseller, ...
HASWELL, William Aitcheson (1854-1925)
biologist was born at Gayfield House, Edinburgh, on 5 August 1854. He was educated at the Edinburgh Institution and the Edinburgh university, where he won seven medals, and at the ...
HAWDON, Joseph (1813-1871)
pioneer son of John Hawdon, was born at Walkerfield, Durham, England, in 1813. He arrived in Sydney in November 1834, and in 1836 with J. Gardiner made an overland journey to ...
HAWKER, George Charles (1818-1895)
pioneer and politician was the second son of Admiral Edward Hawker, and was born at London on 21 September 1818. He was educated partly on the continent, and entered Trinity ...
HAWKER, Harry George (1889-1921)
aviator was born at Moorabbin, Melbourne, Victoria, on 22 January 1889. His father, George Hawker, was a blacksmith who was also a fine rifle shot. Harry Hawker was educated at ...
HAY, Sir John (1816-1892)
politician son of John Hay, was born at Little Ythsie, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, on 23 June 1816. He graduated with honours at the university of Aberdeen in 1834, and then studied ...
HAYES, Sir Henry Browne (c. 1761-1832)
adventurer was born in Ireland in 1761 or early in 1762. He was admitted a freeman of the city of Cork in November 1782, was one of the sheriffs in 1790, and in that year was ...
HAYTER, Henry Heylyn (1821-1895)
statistician son of Henry Hayter, was born at Edenvale, Wiltshire, England, in October 1821. He was educated at the Charterhouse and at Paris, and came to Victoria in December ...
HEAD, Frederick Waldegrave (1874-1941)
anglican archbishop of Melbourne son of the Rev. Canon George Frederick Head, was born in London on 18 April 1874. Educated at Repton School and Emmanuel College, Cambridge, he ...
HEALES, Richard (c. 1822-1864)
premier of Victoria son of an ironmonger, was born at London and came to Melbourne with his father in 1842. The year of his birth is sometimes given as 1823, but as his death ...
HEARN, William Edward (1826-1888)
jurist and economist son of the Rev. W. E. Hearn, was born at Belturbet, Cavan, Ireland, on 21 April 1826. He was educated at the Royal School of Enniskillen and at Trinity ...
HEATON, Sir John Henniker (1848-1914)
postal reformer only son of Lieut.colonel John Heaton and his wife, originally Elizabeth Anne Henniker, was born at Rochester, Kent, England, on 18 May 1848. He was educated at ...
HEBBLETHWAITE, James (1857-1921)
poet was born at Preston, England, in 1857. His family was originally prosperous but met with heavy financial losses, and Hebblethwaite practically educated himself by gaining ...
HEDLEY, Charles (1862-1926)
naturalist son of the Rev. Canon T. Hedley, was born at the vicarage, Masham, Yorkshire, on 27 February 1862. On account of delicate health he had only two years at Eastbourne ...
HENTY, Edward (1810-1878)
pioneer, first permanent settler in Victoria was born at West Tarring, Sussex, England. The date of birth usually given is 10 March 1809, but the death notice in the Argus on 15 ...
HENTY, James (1800-1882)
pioneer and merchant eldest son of Thomas Henty and brother of Edward Henty (q.v.), was born at West Tarring, Sussex, on 24 September 1800. He for a time assisted his father in ...
HERBERT, Sir Robert George Wyndham (1831-1905)
first premier of Queensland, colonial official was the only son of the Hon. Algernon Herbert, a younger son of the first Earl of Carnarvon. He was born on 12 June 1831 and was ...
HIGGINS, Henry Bournes (1851-1929)
politician and judge was born at Newtownards, County Down, Ireland, on 30 June 1851. His, father, John Higgins, was a Methodist minister, whose wife, Anne Bournes, was the ...
HIGGINS, Sir John Michael (1862-1937)
business man and metallurgist son of E. S. Higgins, was born at Castlemaine, Victoria, on 9 December 1862. He was educated at a school at Bendigo, and afterwards studied ...
HIGINBOTHAM, George (1826-1892)
chief justice of Victoria was born in Dublin on 19 April 1826. His father, Henry Higinbotham, was a merchant at Dublin who married Sarah, daughter of Joseph Wilson, a man of ...
HILDER, Jesse Jewhurst (1881-1916)
artist the eighth child of Henry Hilder, an engineer who had come from Sussex to Australia, was born at Toowoomba, Queensland, on 23 July 1881. The family removed to Brisbane and ...
HINDMARSH, Sir John (c. 1782-1860)
first governor of South Australia was probably born about the year 1782. Later dates are sometimes given, but as he entered the navy in 1793, and at the battle of the Nile in ...
HINKLER, Herbert John Louis (1892-1933)
generally known as Bert Hinkler, aviator was born at Bundaberg, Queensland, on 8 December 1892. While still in his teens he spent his pocket money on constructing gliders in which ...
HIRSCH, Max (c. 1852-1909)
economist was born at Cologne, Prussia, on 21 September 1852. (Argus, Melbourne, 5 March 1909. The biography prefixed to his memorial volume The Problem of Wealth, however, states ...


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