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Search Results for: Jantz Charles Kohlmann

  1. Charles Hotham, requesting troops from the 99th Regiment to be sent to Melbourne, VPRS 1085/P Unit 8, Duplicate 162 Enclosure no. 11

    This message from Lieutenant Governor Charles Hotham, dated 4 December 1854, displays his belief that the Stcokaders had been routed beyond hope of resuscitation, but also emphasises the situation was not entirely secure, and requests troops be returned to guard Melbourne….

  2. Following Lucy Campbell’s death, her first child with John Singer, Charles Leopold Singer, assumed responsibility for the administration of his father’s estate. PROV, VPRS 28/P0 Probate and Administration Files, unit 382, item 31/742

    Following Lucy Campbell’s death, her first child with John Singer, Charles Leopold Singer, assumed responsibility for the administration of his father’s estate. PROV, VPRS 28/P0 Probate and Administration Files, unit 382, item 31/742…

  3. Lucy gave birth to her first child, Charles Leopold Singer, on 8 March 1865, at Whim Holes in the District Buninyong, south of Ballarat.

    Lucy gave birth to her first child, Charles Leopold Singer, on 8 March 1865, at Whim Holes in the District Buninyong, south of Ballarat. Birth Certificate. Reproduced with kind permission from the Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages Victoria…

  4. Charles Joseph Latrobe

  5. Charles Hotham

  6. Charles Hotham list

  7. The State Trials

    …Peters Thomas Carruthers Hugh King William Fleming William Thompson James Ronayn Thomas Edmund Langley Charles Jefferies Carter, John Manning Thomas, Joseph McKeown and John Cahill were all charged together on 8 December, and the witnesses who deposed against them were: Henry Goodenough Patrick O’Keefe Charles Jeffries Carter Patrick Synott Daniel Haggarty Andrew Peters William John Sullivan Michael Costello Charles Br…

  8. 8355-p1-image2

    …flow of water and general views of the works showing the Canal after being filled. The photographs were taken by Charles Nettleton. Charles Nettleton (1826-1902) arrived in Victoria from England in 1854 accompanied by his wife Emma, née Miles. In Melbourne he joined the studio of T Duryea and Alexander McDonald and specialised in outdoor work. He carried his dark tent and equipment with him everywhere, a necessity in the days of the collodion pro…

  9. Eureka Stockade

    Documents Clicking on an image will open up a document in the PROV wiki in a new window. We encourage you to join the wiki and add your comments to the document discussion page using the contribute link. Constructed on the afternoon of Saturday 2 December, the Eureka Stockade was a breastwork of wooden slabs reinforced with carts about four feet high. It hemmed in about an acre of land a short distance from the charred remains of…

  10. Fitzroy Gardens

    … nothing was planted in the grounds, save such dead animals and cast off wearing apparel as the people in the neighbourhood had no further use for. Argus, 12 July 1858   Located in East Melbourne, the Fitzroy Gardens are one of the city’s oldest public gardens. Named after Sir Charles FitzRoy, Governor of New South Wales, the land was considered undesirable for building purposes. It was set aside by the government around 1848…

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