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adamsGranny Adams, midwife
adamsWilliam Adams, veteran
alexanderIan Alexander, FS
amherstJosceline Amherst, MCC
angwinWilliam Angwin, politician
archibaldJenny Archibald, mayor
allenJoseph Allen, architect
angeloEdw. Fox Angelo, super
armstrongFrancis Armstrong, agent
augusteAthanasios Auguste, restaurateur
backEdward Back, pilot
barnettDr H.C. Barnett, surgeon
bateman John Bateman, merchant
bellFrederick Bell, VC
horatiotbirdbathHoratio T. Birdbath, artist
bondAlan Bond, businessman
bostockRev. G. J. Bostock, vicar
briggsHenry Briggs, politician
brounPeter Broun, colonial secretary
bruceJohn Bruce, commandant
billcampbellBill Campbell, bookseller
caddFrank Cadd, mayor
cicerelloSteve Cicerello, sailor
ciccotostoEmma Ciccotosto, singer
clareBilly Clare, journalist
collickCanon Collick, vicar
congdonDaniel Congdon, mayor
currieM.J. Currie, harbourmaster
davidsongeorgeGeo Davidson, shipping
ron davidsonRon Davidson, writer
daviesedwardwilliamE.W. Davies, mad mayor
diamondArthur Diamond, MP
duffieldJohn Duffield, publican
ealesJ.H. Eales, architect
edwardsTom Edwards, martyr
fairbairnRobert Fairbairn, magistrate
farmerPolly Farmer, footballer
finnertyCharles Finnerty, soldier
fbsflindellF.B.S. Flindell, warrior
fothergillE.H. Fothergill, mariner
fremantlecharlesChas Fremantle, founder
Roger GarwoodRoger Garwood, photographer
gibsonFrank Gibson, mayor
gilmoreScottie Gilmore, pilot
grainEdward Grain, RE
marjorie greenMarjorie Green, JP
griggAlbert Grigg, councillor jameshaganJames Hagan, actor
hamptonJohn Hampton, governor
hendersonEdmund Henderson RE
hevronPatrick Hevron, mayor
highamMary Higham, merchant
hitchcockJ.K. Hitchcock, historian
hobbsJ.J. Talbot Hobbs, architect
humbleGeorge Humble, teacher
hutchisonDavid Hutchison, historian
huttJohn Hutt, second governor
jamesGreg James, sculptor
johnsMoondyne Joe, outlaw
johnstonJoseph Johnston, pastor
jonesTony Jones, sculptor
jonesfrederickFrederick Jones, boatbuilder
kinggeorgeGeorge King, vicar
kitsonW.H. Kitson, MLC
ingleknightIngle Knight, writer
lauderLeslie Lauder, activist
lefroyHenry M. Lefroy, explorer
lillyJames Lilly, shipper
lockeHerbert Locke, mayor
manningC.A. Manning, merchant
marmionWilliam Marmion, statesman
mewsthomasThomas Mews, boatbuilder
mooregfG.F. Moore, explorer
moorewdW.D. Moore, merchant
naylorHenry Naylor, soldier
newmanEdward Newman, politician
oconnorC.Y. O'Connor, engineer
oldhamC.L. Oldhsam, architect
oreillyJohn Boyle O'Reilly, Fenian
orloffIzzy Orloff, photographer
owstonWilliam Owston, captain
pettittBrad Pettitt, mayor
porcelliPietro Porcelli, sculptor
ratazziCarl Ratazzi, consul
readJames Read, pioneer
rendellMartha Rendell, murderess
rennieRichard Rennie, builder
roeJohn S. Roe, surveyor
rousHenry Rous, admiral
russianjackRussian Jack, prospector
ginoLuigi Saccone (Gino)
scottbonBon Scott, singer
scottDaniel Scott, harbourmaster
seddonGeorge Seddon, academic
silbertBarney Silbert, merchant
sheedyJack Sheedy, footballer
solomonElias Solomon, MP
stackOscar Stack, pastor
stirlingJames Stirling, Governor
stoutS.M. Stout, photographer
stoneAlfred Stone, justice
thomasJohn Thomas, shipowner
troyPaddy Troy, unionist
turtonArthur Turton, mayor
watsonWilliam Watson, merchant
whittingtonDon Whittington, cr
woodB.C. Wood, first mayor
wrayhenryHenry Wray, engineer
wrayweWilliam E. Wray, mayor
wrightsonNorm Wrightson, hairdresser

Lois Achimovich, playwright
Aberdeen, Lord
Harry Anstey, developer
Dr G.C. Attfield, surgeon
Herbert Baker, butcher
Frederick Bell, VC
John Beresford, publican, suicide
John Bick, publican
Wallace Bickley, merchant
Henry Blinco, warder
James Broomhall, architect
Hugh Brophy, Fenian
Peter Broun, colonial secretary
Bunning Brothers, timber merchants
John Butler, settler
Frederick Caesar, publican
Kate Caldwell, historian
Joan Campbell, potter
Rob Campbell, architect 
W.A. Chamberlain, shipbuilder
Chipper family
Alexander Collie, surgeon 
Wm Congdon, dispenser
Owen Connor, pensioner 
Eric Edgar Cooke, killer 
Lancelot Cooke, educator
Wm Crossman, supervisor 
George Curedale, vigneron 
Anthony Curtis, publican 
William T. Dance, captain
Frederick Dalgety, merchant
Davies family
Evan Davies, poltician
Herbert Davis, architect
William Dixon, publican
Thomas Dixon, superintendant
Joseph Doonan, warder
Matilda Drummond, storekeeper
Edmund Du Cane, supervisor
Murray Edmonds, town clerk
William Fauntleroy, gaoler 
Alex Francisco, merchant
Mary Ann Friend, artist
James Gallop, theatre-owner
John Gavin, murderer
William Geary, mariner
Peter Gallagher, Crimean War vet
William Glyde, patriarch
Wm Temple Graham, lawyer
James Grave, hotelier
John Gray, soldier
Patrick & James Hagan, publicans
James Harding, harbourmaster
Joshua Harwood, builder
Charles Harper, newspaperman
John Healy, farmer
Peter Hedland, mariner
Benjamin Helpman, sailor
Sir William Heseltine, secretary
J.A. Hicks, draper
Richard Honey, miller
Lionel Holdsworth, convict
Robert Howson, shipwright
George Hubble, suicide
Fred Instone, stove-maker
Frederick Irwin, commandant
William Jackson, pilot
Jam Tarts, band
Richard Jones, pioneer
Richard Jones, ('Bull')
William Jose, grocer
Abraham Josephson, pearler
Edward Keane, engineer
Theodore Krakouer, hostler
Elias Lapidus, hostler
Barbara Lightly, teacher
Robert Menli Lyon [real name Robert Lyon Milne]
William Mackie, attorney
James Manning, clerk of works 
W.O. Mason, musician 
Charles May, jeweller 
Harry Marshall, polly
Frederick Mason, jeweller 
Midgegoroo, elder 
Matthew Moss, mayor
William Lane Milligan, medic
Mulcahy Bros, hoteliers
William Nairn, Major, settler 
Charles Nixon, photographer
Tom Owen, pharmacist
Isaac Ostrovsky, dealer 
Henry Passmore, veteran
Frederick Pearse, superintendent
Pearse family
Thomas Peel, entrepreneur
Mary Ann Pengelly, teacher 
M.J.H. Porter, coachbuilder 
James Port, miller
Fanny Pulford, teacher
John Reddell, murderee
Henry Reveley, engineer
Edward Robinson, farmer 
Fanny Rudeforth, social worker
Louis de Rougement, conman
Charles Russell, harbourmaster
Samson family
Sardelic family, market gardeners
|T. Hobbes  Scott, clergyman
George Seubert, hotelier
Rosa Smith, Sailors Rest
Sensitive New Age Cowpersons, band
John Snook, murderee
Samuel Speed, last convict 
Paul Stange, writer 
Edmund Stirling, printer
George Seubert, hotelier
Jack Wong Sue, hero, musician
Neville Teede, academic, actor
George Temple-Poole, architect
Robert Thomson, publican
William Timperley, superintendent
William Townsend, warder
Albert Trivett, pilot
F.W.E. Tydeman, harbour
Henry Vincent, superintendent
Mick Vodanovich, publican
Reginald Wadham, merchant
Reginald Wadham, merchant
Frank Ward, mariner
John Weavell, merchant
Philip Webster, nurseryman
Laurence Welch, constable
Richard White, farmer
J.B. Wittenoom, chaplain 
Sarah Woodward, old lady
Yagan, patriot
Henry Yelverton, timber merchant
Henry John Yelverton, MLC

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