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RESEARCH MATERIALS USED
... ITS PEOPLE
The Australian Dictionary of Biography - Online edition. Many of the biographies
used as reference are included in this national, co-operative enterprise
founded and maintained by the Australian National University (ANU), as a
project that fulfils one of the original purposes of the university.
Parliament of NSW Online. This lists past members of the Parliament of
Free Settler or Felon.
Who's Who of Australia.
Newcastle Herald library files, including past works of Mike Scanlon and
Sources include Great Lakes Historical Society. Granny Rennie
photo courtesy Great Lakes Historical Society.
Sources include Raymond Terrace Historical Society. Richard
Windeyer photo courtesy The NSW Parliamentary Archives.
Sources include the Singleton Historical Society, primarily its
two publications Personalities From Singleton's Past (books one
and two) compiled from society newsletters by Margaret
Chapman and available at the society's museum. The
Charles Gould information came from 150 Year History of
the Christian Israelite Church in Singleton 2007. All Singleton
photos courtesy of Singleton Historical Society.
Sources include Dungog Historical Society for
information on Ellar McKinlay. Stephen Dark photo
courtesy The NSW Parliamentary Archives.
Sources include information on Sir Samuel Griffith from a
paper by Kevin Short.
Sources include Cessnock Historical Society's Brian Andrews'
paper on George Brown, information from the Cessnock City
Hall of Fame, Jim Comerford's obituary by Tony Stephens and
Audrey Wilkinson Vineyard. Frederick Wilkinson photo courtesy
Audrey Wilkinson Vineyard.
MUSWELLBROOK AND UPPER HUNTER
Sources include Betty Pinkerton from Scone and Upper Hunter
Historical Society for information on Dr Pye. Dr Pye photo courtesy
of Scone and Upper Hunter Historical Society. Other sources
include Muswellbrook Shire Local and Family Historical Society for the
information and photograph of Ruth White.
Mary Ann Bugg photo courtesy Barry Sinclair, author of Thunderbolt, Scourge
of the Ranges.
Thanks to all the local government librarians of the 11 Hunter councils
and historical societies in each area for their help in compiling the lists of
prominent Hunter personalities.
Thanks to Newcastle Herald librarian Grahame Marjoribanks for his
assistance in research.
Thanks to Lisa Sutton Gardner from Enigma Communications.
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