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People

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A
G.C. Attfield, surgeon
Granny Adams, midwife
William Adams, veteran
Ian Alexander, FS
Joseph Allen, architect
Josceline Amherst, MCC
William Angwin, politician
Edw. Fox Angelo, super
Harry Anstey, developer
Jenny Archibald, mayor
Francis Armstrong, agent
Athanasios Auguste, restaurateur
B
Edward Back, pilot
Herbert Baker, butcher
Thomas Bailey, innkeeper
H.C. Barnett, surgeon
Edward Barron, and Jane
George Barrow, journalist
Bashford family
John Bateman, merchant
Frederick Bell, VC
John Beresford, publican, suicide
William Beresford, convict
John Bick, publican
Wallace Bickley, merchant
Richard Birch, druggist
Horatio T. Birdbath, artist
Henry Blinco, warder
June Boddy, councillor
Bolton, coachbuilder
Alan Bond, businessman
Rev. G. J. Bostock, vicar
John Bowra, horologist
Henry Briggs, politician
James Broomhall, architect
Hugh Brophy, Fenian
Peter Broun, colonial secretary
Coral Browne, actress
Thomas 'Satan' Browne, prisoner
John Bruce, commandant
Ned Bruce, of Ned's Lands
Cyril Bryan, writer
Lt Henry Bull, colonist
Henry St Pierre Bunbury, soldier
Bunning Brothers, timber merchants
Gary Burke, educator
Octavius Burt, civil servant
Bussell family, early settlers
John Butler, settler
C
Frederick Caesar, publican
Kate Caldwell, historian
Joan Campbell, potter
Bill Campbell, bookseller
Rob Campbell, architect
Frank Cadd, mayor
Adele Carles, politician
Anne-Marie Cattan, historian
W.A. Chamberlain, shipbuilder
Philip L. Snell Chauncy, surveyor
Chipper family
Steve Cicerello, sailor
Emma Ciccotosto, singer
Billy Clare, journalist
Clifton family
Raphael Clint, surveyor
Alexander Collie, surgeon
Canon Collick, vicar
Daniel Congdon, mayor
Wm Congdon, dispenser
Owen Connor, pensioner
Mary Jane Cook, survivor
Eric Edgar Cooke, killer
Lancelot Cooke, educator
Wm Cooke, astronomer
Charles Cooper, clerk
Thomas Cooper, miller
Thomas Corrigan, murderer, journalist
Wm Crossman, supervisor
Edith Cowan, feminist
Peter Cowan, writer
George Curedale, vigneron
Mark J. Currie, harbourmaster
John Curtin, PM
Anthony Curtis, publican
D
Robert Dale, explorer, surveyor
Frederick Dalgety, merchant
William T. Dance, captain
Dianne Davidson, historian
Geo Davidson, shipping
Ron Davidson, writer
Davies family
E.W. Davies, mad mayor
Evan Davies, poltician
Herbert Davis, architect
Jenny Dawson, ceramic artist
Arthur Diamond, MP
William Dixon, publican
Thomas Dixon, superintendant
Dodds, James & Jane
Joseph Doonan, warder
Martin Douthwaite, nurse
John Dowson, writer
James Drummond, botanist
Matilda Drummond, shopkeeper
Edmund Du Cane, RE
John Duffield, publican
James Dyson, pioneer
E
J.H. Eales, architect
Walter Easton, teacher
Murray Edmonds, town clerk
Tom Edwards, martyr
Charles Eichbaum, commissionary-general
Connie Ellement, 'orphan'
Theophilus Ellis, superintendent
Gwenyth Ewens, philanthropist
Robert Fairbairn, magistrate
Polly Farmer, footballer
William Fauntleroy, gaoler
John Ferguson, businessman
Charles Finnerty, soldier
Charles Fitzgerald, governor
Hannah Fitzhardinge, councillor
F.B.S. Flindell, warrior
F
Alexander Forrest, explorer
Andrew Forrest, tycoon
John Forrest, MHR
E.H. Fothergill, mariner
Kingsley Fairbridge, philanthropist
Alex Francisco, merchant
Malcolm Fraser, magistrate
Charles Frazer, botanist
Chas Fremantle, founder
Mary Ann Friend, artist
G
James Gallop, theatre-owner
Peter Gallagher, Crimean War vet
Frederick Garling, painter
Roger Garwood, photographer
John Gavin, murderer
William Geary, mariner
Frank Gibson, mayor
Scottie Gilmore, pilot
William Glyde, patriarch
Stuart Gore, photographer
Wm Temple Graham, coroner
Edward Grain, RE
James Grave, hotelier
John Gray, soldier
Marjorie Green, JP
Georges Grey, 'explorer'
Albert Grigg, councillor
H
James Hagan, actor
Patrick & James Hagan, publicans
John Hampton, governor
Hardey family
James Harding, harbourmaster
Joshua Harwood, builder
Charles Harper, newspaperman
Alexandra Hasluck, historian
Paul Hasluck, GG
John Healy, farmer
Peter Hedland, mariner
Benjamin Helpman, sailor
Edmund Henderson, RE
Henry Henderson, mariner
John Henderson, citizen
Sir William Heseltine, secretary
Patrick Hevron, mayor
J.A. Hicks, draper
Mary Higham, merchant
Alfred Hillman, surveyor
J.K. Hitchcock, historian
J.J. Talbot Hobbs, architect
John Holland, blazer
Richard Honey, miller
Lionel Holdsworth, convict
Robert Howson, shipwright
George Hubble, suicide
George Humble, teacher
David Hutchison, historian
John Hutt, second governor
I
Fred Instone, stove-maker
Charles Irvine, harbourmaster
John Irvine, quarryman
Frederick Irwin, commandant
J
William Jackson, pilot
Greg James, sculptor
Moondyne Joe, outlaw
Joseph Johnston, pastor
Richard Jones, pioneer
Richard Jones ('Bull')
Tony Jones, sculptor
Frederick Jones, boatbuilder

William Jose, grocer
Abraham Josephson, pearler
K
Edward Keane, engineer
William Keats, murderer
Ken Kelso, writer
Arthur Kennedy, governor
James Kiely, Fenian
Agnieshka Kiera, architect
George King, vicar
W.H. Kitson, MLC
Ingle Knight, writer
Theodore Krakouer, hostler
George Lacey, shopkeeper
L
William Lamb, pioneer
Elias Lapidus, hostler
Leslie Lauder, activist
Ben Lawver, candidate
Leake family
George Leake, capitalist
Luke Leake, merchant
Henry M. Lefroy, explorer
Gus Liebe, builder
Barbara Lightly, teacher
James Lilly, shipper
Herbert Locke, mayor
Edmund Lockyer, founder
Robert Menli Lyon [Robert Lyon Milne]
Lionel Lukin, pioneer
M
Bill McCluskey, actor
John McGibbon, transportee
James McDermott, shipowner
Alec McHoul, academic
William Mackie, attorney
C.A. Manning, merchant
James Manning, clerk of works
Alan Mansfield, academic
William Marmion, statesman
Patrick Marmion, whaler
Harry Marshall, polly
W.O. Mason, musician
Frederick Mason, jeweller
Charles May, jeweller
Kavisha Mazzella, musician
Richard Meares, pioneer
Anne-Marie Medcalf, historian
George Meiers, footballer
Thomas Mews, boatbuilder
Midgegoroo, elder
William Lane Milligan, medic
Frank Mofflin, councillor
Georgina Molloy, botanist
Monger family
G.F. Moore, explorer
W.D. Moore, merchant
(Mary) Ann Morrell, mother
Matthew Moss, mayor
George Murray, Colonial Secy
James Murray, builder
Isaac Myers, tailor
N
William Nairn, Major, settler
Henry Naylor, soldier
Edward Newman, politician
Colin Nichol, broadcaster
Charles Nixon, photographer
O
C.Y. O'Connor, engineer
Kathleen O'Connor, painter
C.L. Oldham, architect
William Oliver, doctor
Henry Ommanney, surveyor
John Boyle O'Reilly, Fenian
Izzy Orloff, photographer
Isaac Ostrovsky, dealer
Tom Owen, pharmacist
William Owston, captain
P
Walter Padbury, pioneer
Henry Passmore, veteran
Nicol Paterson, hotelier
Frederick Pearse, superintendent
Pearse family
Thomas Peel, entrepreneur
Mary Ann Pengelly, teacher
Pettit family
Brad Pettitt, mayor, MLC
Nic Perpitch, journalist
Alfred Pickering, photographer
Pietro Porcelli, sculptor
James Port, miller
M.J.H. Porter, coachbuilder
Robert Powis, aloe-grower
William Preston, sailor
Fanny Pulford, teacher
R
Carl Ratazzi, consul
James Read, pioneer
John Reddell, murderee
Martha Rendell, murderess
Richard Rennie, builder
Leopold Redpath, transportee
Henry Reveley, engineer
Joseph Reynolds, pioneer
Edward Robinson, farmer
William Robson, embezzler
John S. Roe, surveyor
Craig Ross, accountant
Louis de Rougement, conman
Henry Rous, admiral
Fanny Rudeforth, social worker
Charles Russell, harbourmaster
Russian Jack, prospector
S
Luigi Saccone (Gino)
Samson family
Sardelic family, market gardeners
Anna & Giuseppe Scolaro, tilemakers
Bon Scott, singer
Daniel Scott, harbour master
Thomas Scott, clergyman
George Seddon, academic
George Seubert, hotelier
George Shenton, mayor, MLC
William Shenton, businessman
Barney Silbert, merchant
Jack Sheedy, footballer
Annie Sheedy, midwife
Horatio Sholl, pearler
Rosa Smith, Sailors Rest
Elias Solomon, MP
John Snook, murderee
Samuel Speed, last convict
Oscar Stack, pastor
Paul Stange, writer
Robert Stephens, historian
Edmund Stirling, printer
James Stirling, Governor
John Stokes, pensioner
S.M. Stout, photographer
Alfred Stone, justice
Jack Wong Sue, hero, musician
Henry Sutherland, surveryor
T
William Tanner, landowner
John Tapper, oddfellow
Neville Teede, academic, actor
George Temple-Poole, architect
John Thomas, shipowner
George Thompson, town clerk
Robert Thomson, publican
Marie Thorne, elder
William Timperley, superintendent
Edward Tomkinson, mayor
William Townsend, warder
Henry Trigg, civil servant
Albert Trivett, pilot
Pat Troy, professor
Paddy Troy, unionist
Arthur Turton, mayor
William Turton, minister
F.W.E. Tydeman, harbour
Henry Vincent, superintendent
U
Ľubica Učník, philosopher
V
Mick Vodanovich, publican
W
Reginald Wadham, merchant
Frank Ward, mariner
William Watson, merchant
Alfred Waylen, pioneer
Alfred Waylen Jnr, doctor
John Weavell, merchant
Philip Webster, horticulturalist
Annie Webster, wife
Laurence Welch, constable
Frederick Weld, governor
John Wellstead, settler
Richard White, farmer
Josh Wilson, MP
John Whatley, pioneer
Thomas Whiteley, builder
Don Whittington, and family
J.B. Wittenoom, chaplain
B.C. Wood, first mayor
Henry Wray, engineer
William E. Wray, mayor
Norm Wrightson, hairdresser
John Wollaston, clergyman
Sarah Woodward, old lady
Y
Yagan, patriot
Henry Yelverton, timber merchant
Henry John Yelverton, MLC
Thomas N. Yule, pioneer
Z
Peter Zuvela, photographer

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