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Birman Writings - History Tree

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Date: 1926 [unknown]
Location: Australiamap
Surnames/tags: Birman History Heritage
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Wendy Birman (1926 - ) and her
66 contributions to the Australian Dictionary of Biography
Wendy Birman ,  . . . made 66 contributions to the Australian Dictionary of Biography

  1. Alexander, Frederick (Fred) (1899–1996) historian
  2. Baker, Clarence Patrick (Paddy) (1898–1986) picture-show man and theatre proprietor
  3. Barr, Andrew (1855–1939) farmer, inventor and dreamer
  4. Beadle, Jane (Jean) (1868–1942) Labor leader, feminist and social worker
  5. Beeck, Sir Marcus Truby (1923–1986) farmer, grains industry leader and company director
  6. Booty, Frederick Francis (Fred) (1879–1914) caricaturist
  7. Braine, Henry Edward (1884–1957) company manager and wheat industry administrator
  8. Bromham, Ada (1880–1965) feminist and temperance worker
  9. Brown, James (1820–1895) Anglican archdeacon
  10. Burley, Johnston (1873–1955) soldier, carpenter and engine driver
  11. Alfred Pickmore Bussell (1814 - 1882) settler and pastoralist
  12. Calvert, Albert Frederick (1872–1946) author, traveller and mining engineer
  13. Carter, Lionel Lewin (1890–1968) industrial advocate and employer representative
  14. Cook, Solomon (1816–1871) shipwright, blacksmith and engineer
  15. Cummins, Alice Mary (1898–1943) businesswoman
  16. Dempster, Andrew (1843–1909) explorer and grazier
  17. Dempster, Charles Edward (1839–1907) explorer, grazier and politician
  18. Dempster, James McLean (1810–1890) mariner and grazier
  19. Drake-Brockman, Frederick Slade (1857–1917) surveyor and explorer
  20. Ferguson, Jean Elsie (1909–1979) hospital matron
  21. Forster, William Frear (1857–1932) newspaper editor
  22. Genders, Dorothy Edna (1892–1978) Anglican deaconess
  23. Geneff, George (1897–1977) market gardener, boxer, contractor and philanthropist
  24. Gooch, George Gordon (1893–1967) pastoralist, company director and philanthropist
  25. Hayman, William George (1897–1968) electrical engineer and educationist
  26. Edmund Yeamans Walcott Henderson KCB (1821–1896) soldier, administrator and police commissioner
  27. Hensman, Alfred Peach (1834–1902) attorney-general and judge
  28. Hooley, Edward Timothy (1842–1903) explorer, pastoralist and writer
  29. Horrocks, Joseph Lucas (?–1865) medical attendant, merchant and mining superintendent
  30. Humble, George Bland (1839–1930) teacher and town clerk


  1. Jackson, Sir Cyril (1863–1924) inspector-general of schools
  2. Juan, John (1901–1979) adagio dancer, radio announcer and compere
  3. Arthur Lawley KCMG GCIE (1860-1932) governor
  4. Ernest Augustus Lee Steere (1866–1957) pastoralist and businessman
  5. Lefroy, Sir Anthony Langlois (1881–1958) grazier
  6. Lefroy, Sir Edward Bruce (1887–1966) pastoralist
  7. Liebe, Friederich Wilhelm Gustav (1862–1950) building contractor and farmer
  8. Lockett, Mary Fauriel (Mary) (1911–1982) pharmacologist
  9. Macdonald, Charles (1851–1903) overlander and pastoralist
  10. Macdonald, William Neil (1860–1910) overlander and pastoralist
  11. Mayrhofer, Guido Saverio Carlo (1898–1968) medical practitioner
  12. McCallum, Alexander (Alick) (1877–1937) bookbinder and politician
  13. McClintock, Albert Scott (1880–1968) librarian, estate agent and Labor stalwart
  14. McNeil, Neil (1855–1927) railway contractor, timber merchant and landowner
  15. Meares, Mary Emma Goldsmith (1889–1964) welfare worker
  16. Monger, Alexander Joseph (1869–1947) pastoralist and businessman
  17. Monger, Frederick Charles (1863–1919) speculator and politician
  18. Nicholas, Mabel (1866–1958) Anglican Sister and college principal
  19. Northmore, Sir John Alfred (1865–1958) chief justice
  20. O'Reilly, John Boyle (1844–1890) author, editor and patriot
  21. Parker, Hubert Stanley Wyborn (1883–1966) solicitor and politician
  22. Parker, Sir Stephen Henry (1846–1927) politician and chief justice
  23. Perkins, Charles Collier (1906–1961) farmer and politician
  24. Phillips, Leslie William (1893–1949) chemist and educationist
  25. Plowman, Elsie May (1905–1978) hotelier
  26. Prevost, Maria Caroline (Ronnie) (1895–1976) 'flapper'
  27. Robertson, Agnes Robertson (1882–1968) schoolteacher and politician
  28. Sholl, Robert John (1819–1886) civil servant, administrator and magistrate
  29. Skinner, Mary Louisa (Mollie) (1876–1955) nurse and writer
  30. Snook, Charles William (1891–1948) aviator


  1. Taylor, George (1861–1935) shearer, prospector and politician
  2. Thomson, James (1852–1934) journalist, commissioner and newspaper editor
  3. Wittenoom, Sir Edward Charles (Horne) (1854–1936) pastoralist, politician and company director
  4. Wittenoom, Frederick Francis (Frank) (1855–1939) pastoralist, mine and business manager
  5. Wolff, Sir Albert Asher (1899–1977) chief justice and lieutenant-governor
  6. Wylie Aboriginal guide




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