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HOBBS, Sir Joseph John Talbot (1864-1938)
general was born at Chelsea, London, on 24 August 1864, the son of Joseph and Frances Hobbs. Educated at St Mary's church school, Merton, Surrey, he joined the volunteer artillery ...
HOBSON, William (1793-1842)
first governor of New Zealand son of Samuel Hobson, a barrister, was born at Waterford, Ireland, on 26 September 1793. He joined the navy on 25 August 1803 as a second-class ...
HODDLE, Robert (1794-1881)
surveyor son of a chief clerk of the discount office of the Bank of England, was born at Westminster, London, on 20 April 1794. He was appointed a cadet in the Royal military ...
HOFF, George Rayner
known as Rayner Hoff (1894-1937) sculptor was born in the Isle of Man in 1894. His father, who was of Dutch descent, was a woodcarver and stonecarver, often employed in restoring ...
HOLDER, Sir Frederick William (1850-1909)
premier of South Australia and first federal speaker the son of James Morecott Holder and his wife, Martha Breakspear Roby, was born at Happy Valley, South Australia, on 12 May ...
HOLMAN, William Arthur (1871-1934)
labour leader, premier of New South Wales son of William Holman, an actor, was born at London on 4 August 1871. His mother was also on the stage under the name of May Burney. ...
HOLROYD, Sir Edward Dundas (1828-1916)
judge was the son of Edward Holroyd, senior commissioner of the London bankruptcy court, and grandson of Sir George Sowley Holroyd, an English judge, of whom there is an account ...
HOLT, Joseph (1756-1826)
known as "General Holt" Irish rebel was the son of John Holt, a farmer in the county of Wicklow, Ireland, and was born there in 1756. He belonged to a Protestant family that had ...
HOLT, Joseph Bland (1853-1942)
always known as Bland Holt comedian and producer was the son of Clarence Holt, a tragedian of ability, well-known in Australia during the middle years of the nineteenth century. ...
HOPE, John Adrian Louis (1860-1908)
seventh Earl of Hopetoun and first Marquis of Linlithgow son of the sixth Earl of Hopetoun and his wife, Etheldred Anne, daughter of C. T. S. Birch Reynardson, was born at ...
HOPETOUN, Lord
See HOPE, John Adrian Louis
HOPKINS, Livingston (1846-1927)
caricaturist was born at Bellefontaine, Ohio, U.S.A., on 7 July 1846, the thirteenth of 14 children. His people were Methodists, and his upbringing was somewhat hard and ...
HORNE, Richard Henry, or Hengist (1803-1884)
poet was born at Edmonton, near London, on 1 January 1803. He was originally given the names of Richard Henry, but changed his second name to Hengist after meeting a Mr Hengist in ...
HORNUNG, Ernest William (1866-1921)
novelist son of John Peter Hornung, was born at Middlesbrough, England, on 7 June 1866. He was educated at Uppingham during some of the later years of its great headmaster, Edward ...
HOTHAM, Sir Charles (1806-1855)
governor of Victoria son of the Rev. Frederick Hotham, prebendary of Rochester, and his wife Anne Elizabeth, daughter of Thomas H. Hodges, was born at Dennington, Suffolk, ...
HOVELL, William Hilton (1786-1875)
explorer was born at Yarmouth, England, on 26 April 1786, went to sea at an early age, and in 1808 was in command of a vessel trading with South America. In October 1813 he came ...
HOWARD, Charles Beaumont (1807-1843)
pioneer clergyman was born in the year 1807. He studied at Trinity College, Dublin, graduated M.A. and was ordained in Ireland as deacon in the Church of England. Removing to the ...
HOWARD, Henry (1859-1933)
preacher was born at Melbourne, on 21 January 1859, the son of Henry Howard and his wife Mary. His people were in comparatively poor circumstances, and Howard at first received ...
HOWCHIN, Walter (1845-1937)
geologist son of the Rev. Richard Howchin, was born at Norwich, England, on 12 January 1845. He was educated at the academy, King's Lynn, studied for the Methodist ministry, and ...
HOWE, George (1769-1821)
first Australian editor and early printer was the son of Thomas Howe, a printer in the West Indies, and was born at St Kitts in 1769. When about 21 he went to London and worked as ...
HOWE, Michael (1787-1818)
bushranger was born at Pontefract, Yorkshire, England, in 1787. He had been a seaman in the navy when in 1811 he was sentenced to seven years transportation for robbing a miller ...
HOWITT, Alfred William (1830-1908)
explorer, geologist and anthropologist was born at Nottingham, England, on 17 April 1830. His father, William Howitt (1792-1879), wrote many volumes of poetry, history, fiction ...
HOWSE, Sir Neville Reginald (1864-1930)
surgeon, politician, administrator son of Alfred Howse, physician, was born in Somerset, England, on 26 October 1864. Educated at Freelands School, Taunton, he studied medicine ...
HUDDART, James (1847-1901)
shipowner, a founder of Huddart Parker Limited was born at Whitehaven, Cumberland, in 1847, the son of William Huddart, a shipbuilder. He was educated at the college of St Bees, ...
HUGHES, Sir Walter Watson (1803-1887)
founder of the Adelaide university third son of Thomas Hughes of Fifeshire, Scotland, was born at Pittenweem, Fifeshire, on 22 August 1803. He entered the merchant service and ...
HUME, Fergus (1859-1932)
novelist was born in England on 8 July 1859, the second son of Dr James Hume. Always known as Fergus Hume, his name is sometimes given as Fergus William Hume, but the obituary ...
HUME, Hamilton (1797-1873)
sometimes called Alexander Hamilton Hume explorer was born at Parramatta on 18 June 1797. He was christened Hamilton Hume (Mitchell library, Sydney), and no evidence for the ...
HUNTER, John (1737-1821)
second governor of New South Wales was born on 29 August 1737, at Leith, Scotland. The date usually given is 1738, but F. M. Bladen, in Journal and Proceedings Royal Australian ...
HUNTER, John Irvine (1898-1924)
anatomist was born at Bendigo, Victoria, on 24 January 1898. His father, Henry Hunter, who married Isabella Hodgson, was an unsuccessful small merchant. When about eight years of ...
ILLINGWORTH, Nelson (1862-1926)
sculptor was born at Portsmouth, England, in August 1862. He studied at the Lambeth art school and worked as a modeller at the Doulton potteries. He emigrated to Sydney in 1892, ...
IRONSIDE, Adelaide Eliza (1831-1867)
painter was born in Sydney on 17 November 1831. From a child she showed literary ability, contributing to the press both in prose and verse. In 1855 she decided to study painting ...
IRVING, Martin Howy (1831-1912)
educationist was born in London on 21 February 1831. He was the son of Edward Irving, founder of the Catholic Apostolic Church, whom Carlyle called the "freest, brotherliest, ...
JACK, Robert Logan (1845-1921)
geologist was born at Irvine, in Ayrshire, Scotland, on 16 September 1845. He was educated at the Irvine academy and Edinburgh university and, after some 10 years' experience with ...
JACKSON, Sir Cyril (1863-1924)
educationist eldest son of L. M. Jackson, was born in England on 6 February 1863. Educated at the Charterhouse and New College, Oxford, he graduated in 1885 with honours in ...
JACOBS, Joseph (1854-1916)
historian and folklorist was born at Sydney on 29 August 1854, the son of John and Sarah Jacobs. He was educated at Sydney grammar school and at Sydney university, where he won a ...
JAMES, Winifred Lewellin (1876-1941)
miscellaneous writer daughter of the Rev. Thomas James, was born at Windsor, near Melbourne, in 1876. She took up journalism in Melbourne, and in 1905 went to London where her ...
JAMISON, Sir John (1776-1844)
pastoralist and public man son of Thomas Jamison who arrived on H.M.S. Sirius as surgeon's mate, and was subsequently principal surgeon on the staff at Sydney. John Jamison was ...
JANSSEN, Willem
first authenticated discoverer of Australia was born possibly about 1570, probably at Amsterdam, Holland. Nothing is known of his early life, and he is first heard of in 1598 as a ...
JANSZ, Willem (c. 1570-after 1629)
first authenticated discoverer of Australia was born possibly about 1570, probably at Amsterdam, Holland. Nothing is known of his early life, and he is first heard of in 1598 as a ...
JEFFERSON, Joseph (1829-1905)
actor son of Joseph Jefferson and his wife, Cornelia Frances Thomas, was born in Philadelphia, U.S.A., on 20 February 1829. Both his father and his grandfather were actors. The ...
JENKINS, John Greeley (1851-1923)
premier of South Australia fourth son of Evan Jenkins and Mary Davis of South Wales, was born in Pennsylvania, U.S.A., on 8 September 1851. He was educated at the Wyoming ...
JENNINGS, Sir Patrick Alfred (1831-1897)
premier of New South Wales was born at Newry, Ireland, in 1831, the son of Francis Jennings, a well-known merchant in that town. He was educated at Newry and at a high school at ...
JOHNS, Fred (1868-1932)
biographer son of Ezekial Johns of Cornwall, England, was born at Houghton, Michigan, U.S.A., on 22 March 1868. He was educated in the west of England, and coming to Australia in ...
JOHNSON, Richard (1753-1827)
first clergyman in Australia was born probably in 1753. Four different years have been given as the date of his birth, and the authorities also disagree in the details of his ...
JOHNSON, Sir William Elliot (1862-1932)
politician was born at Newcastle-on-Tyne, on 10 April 1862, the son of a scene-painter. He ran away from home at 13, worked in the telegraph office at London, and afterwards ...
JOHNSTON, George (c. 1760-1823)
lieutenant-governor of New South Wales is stated to have been born at Annandale, Dunfrieshire, Scotland, on 19 March 1764 (H.R. of A., vol. VI, p. xxx). This may possibly have ...
JOHNSTON, Robert Mackenzie (1844-1918)
statistician and man of science was born near Inverness, Scotland, on 27 November 1844, the son of a crofter. He was educated at the village school where his ability was quickly ...
JONES, Sir Henry (1862-1926)
man of business son of John Jones, was born at Hobart on 19 July 1862. Educated at a state school, he went to work in a jam factory when he was 12 years old, and began with ...
JONES, Sir Philip Sydney (1836-1918)
physician son of David Jones, was born at Sydney on 15 April 1836. He was educated at private schools under W. T. Cape (q.v.), T. S. Dodds and H. Cary, and then proceeded to ...
JORGENSEN, Jorgen (1780-1841)
adventurer was born at Copenhagen, Denmark, in 1780. His father, Jörgen Jörgensen was well-known as watch and clock-maker to the court of Denmark, and other members of his ...
JOSE, Arthur Wilberforce (1863-1934)
historian and miscellaneous writer was born at Bristol on 4 September 1863. He was a son of W. Wilberforce Jose for some years chairman of the technical education board, Bristol, ...
KAVEL, Augustus (1798-1860)
founder of German settlements in Australia was born in Germany in 1798. He was pastor of the Evangelical Lutheran Church at Klemsig from 1826 to 1835. A new liturgy had been ...


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