WEBSITES OF INTEREST:
- William Temple (1779 – 1839)
The history of the separation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children
from their families
Many deeds of terror’: Windschuttle and Musquito
- THE HISTORY OF MATT
Devon Family Historian
Published quarterly by the Devon Family History Society.
- STATE LIBRARY OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA
- KINSELLA FAMILY TREE
- JESSE UPTON of WINDSOR NSW 1806 – 1873
Emmeline Ann Susannah GAUDRY1
also known as Emaline Ann GAUDRY
24th May 18141 – 31st Jan 18861
- WHAT HAPPENED WHEN ANTHONY BARKERS CHRONOLOGY OF AUSTRALIA
Joseph Douglass 1782-1865: First Settler at Kurrajong Heights NSW
- SIMEON LORD’S CHILDREN
- BERKSHIRE FAMILY HISTORY SOCIETY
NEWCASTLE FAMILY HISTORY SOCIETY INC
New South Wales, Australia
- The compilation of the Zoological Catalogue of Australia is conducted under the auspices of the Australian Biological Resources Study [Canberra
By Gary C. B. Poore, James K. Lowry, Australia
The Blue Mountains
A Remarkable Road
In 1814, William Cox, an extraordinary engineer, assembled a team of thirty convicts and eight guards to build a road across the Blue Mountains.
Starting at Emu Plains on the 18th July 1814, in just four months the team had completed a road covering a distance of 47 miles to Mount York.
In just six months, Cox had crossed the Blue Mountains with a road of one hundred and one miles all the way to Bathurst. (The Bathurst Road).