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"THE JOURNAL OF THE SOCIETY OF AUSTRALIAN GENEALOGISTS"

Volume 9 - Part 4

  • They Came By Convict Transport.  By: Vaughan Evans

  • English Marriage Indexes.  By: N.J. Vine Hall

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"GENERATION"

"QUARTERLY JOURNAL OF THE GENEALOGICAL SOC. OF QUEENSLAND"

1986 - June - Volume 8 - No. 4

  • Female Convicts Arrived Sydney 1830. Compiled by: Joan Reese. AONSW  Reel 907.

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1986 - September - Volume 9 - No. 1 

Nothing of great interest in this volume.

FREE

1986 - December - Volume 9 - No. 2

  • Extract from: “An Illustrated History of Brisbane ” – The 1893 Flood.

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1987 - March - Volume 9 - No. 3

  • Evan Mackenzie and the Foundation of Brisbane 1841-1845 By: John H.G. Smith

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1987 - June - Volume 9 - No. 4

  • British Corps & Regiments That Served in Australia & New Zealand 1788-1870 By: R.K. Cooper.

  • The Chase For The Elusive Fletts of Orkney.   By: John Flett (Jason) Carpenter.

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1987 -  December - Volume 10 - No. 2

  • English Heraldry: The Gentle Science  By: Ian Tulloch

FREE

1988 - June - Volume 10 - No. 4

  • Radcliffe Family Information.

  • Passenger List “Esperance Bay”  Departed Brisbane , 19/4/1928 to London.

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1988 - September - Volume 11 - No. 1

  • Wreck of the “R.M.S. Quetta”.

  • The Arrival of the “Reichstag”  Maryborough / Hervey Bay, March 1871.  By: Betty Dunleavy.

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1989 - March - Volume 11 - No. 3  

Nothing of great interest in this volume.

FREE

1989 - June - Volume 11 - No. 4

  • The Man Who Shot Ben Hall.

  • Tickets-of-Leave for the Moreton BayBangalore” Convicts, Moreton Bay Courier, 28th September, 1850.

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1989 - September - Volume 12 - No. 1

  • The Wreck of the “Maria”.  List of Members of the New Guinea Prospecting Association wrecked on Bramble Reef off the North Queensland Coast , 27th February, 1872.

  • Yongala” Passenger and Crew List This ship disappeared 23/24 March 1911 off Cape Bowling Green, North Queensland.

  • Dissenters Chapels of London –  Mid-Nineteenth Century.

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1989 - December - Volume 12 - No. 2

  • Scottish Highland Catholic Families.   By: Grahame MacDonald.

  • Eythome, Kent, UK. – Baptist Burials List 1861 - 1868.

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1990 - December - Volume 12 - No. 4

  • Tales of the Dock Police.  London, U.K.   By: A. T.Bazzone

  • The Story of Henry Kable and Susannah Holmes.  By:  Patricia Kable  (1988)

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1990 - September - Volume 13 - No. 1

  • Victorian Births, Deaths, Marriages. Information available.

  • “The Priory”, Pontefract, Yorkshire, UK . List of staff members & pupils at this college from 1861 & 1871 census.

  • James & Thomas Belcher, 19th Century, UK.   Boxing Champions.

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"JOURNAL OF THE ROYAL HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF QUEENSLAND"

1963 - 1964 - Volume VII - No. 2  (Water Damaged Copy)

  • Maurice Charles O’Connell.   By: J.T. Maher.

  • Voyagers of the Sunrise  By: Clem Lack.

  • The Queensland Immigration Society.   By: Rev. T.P. Boland.

  • Treasures of the Welsby Library.   By: C.G. Austin.

  • Centenary of Cardwell.   By: Mrs M.K. (Dorothy) Jones.

  • Mackay in the Nineteenth Century.   By: J.A. Nilsson.

  • The Hunting Down of the Kenniffs.   By: K.T. Cameron.

  • Early Commandants of Moreton Bay.   By: Louis Cranfield.

  • The Upper Dawson River Country.   By: Mrs. K. Emmerson.

  • Kilcoy – A Famous and Historic Station. Notes on the McKenzie Family.

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1968 - 1969 - Volume VIII - No. 4

  • The Bells and Coochin Coochin.   By: Norman S. Pixley.

  • Early Coaching Days With Wells Fargo.   By: Roy S. Farley.

  • Robin S. Dods: A Distinguished Queensland Architect.   By: Neville S. Lund.

  • The Man Whom The Lion Bit: Arnold Wienholt – Hunter, Soldier, Scout and Politician.  By: Clem Lack.

  • George Elphinstone Dalrymple: Problems of Early Queensland.   By: Mrs. Jean Farnfield.

  • The Hawkesbury River Floods of 1801, 1806 and 1809; Their Effect on the Economy of the Colony of New South Wales. By: J.C.H. Gill.

  • The Heritage and Architecture of Queensland.   By: R.E. Newell.

  • Peter Jackson’s Tomb.  (An article about the famous American Negro boxer who was buried in the Toowong Cemetery, Brisbane in the 1920’s).

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1971 - 1972 - Volume IX - No. 3

  • Pearlers of North Australia : The Romantic Story of the Diving Fleets.   By: Commander Norman S. Pixley.

  • Thomas Mulhall King, I.S.O. – An Early Administrator.   By: Reginald R.M. King.

  • Notable Australian Editors – Some early Sydney, Brisbane and Gympie Pressmen – Part 2 By: Clem Lack.

  • Syms Covington, An Associate of Charles Darwin.   By: Miss Jean McIntyre.

  • Law and Justice for the Queensland Colony.   By: L.E. Skinner.

  • Concerning the Meeting of the Ross and Mills Parties – North of Alice Springs , March 18, 1871 By: Mrs. A.V. Purvis.

  • The Lethal Bridges By: J.C.H. Gill.  (This relates to the deaths and drownings of workers in the rivers near Beenleigh in 1888).

  • Fitzroy Waters: From Sheep to Cattle and Coal.   By Archibald Archer.

  • Clem Lack was Noted Writer, Historian. (An obituary on this distinguished writer who died on 20th March 1972)

  • Clio’s Handmaiden: The Royal Historical Society of Queensland … and the Lost Arts of Mankind.  By: Clem Lack.

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1972 - 1973 - Volume IX - No. 4

  • Two Brisbane Shipowners of the Last Century. By: G. Roderick McLeod.

  • A Thumbnail History of Numismatics pertaining to QueenslandBy: George D. Dean.

  • Some Queensland Personalities at Close Range.   By: Alec H. Chisholm.

  • Sir William Macgregor and Queensland.   By: R.B. Joyce.

  • Two Pioneer Families: The Edmonstones and Overells.   By: Ron Overell.

  • Personal Memories Stirred on Reminiscence Night.

  • Captain Charles Smith: A Master of Enterprise .

  • German New Guinea : A Diplomatic, Economic and Political Survey.  By: Peter Overlack.

  • Notes on the Port Phillip Association  By: J.C.H. Gill.

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1977 - 1978 - Volume X - No. 3

  • John Dight and his Descendants.   By: Norman S. Pixley.

  • Queensland Immigration and the Black Ball Line.   By: Warwick Foote.

  • Earthquakes and Ourselves.   By: Murdock Wales .

  • The First Appendicectomy in Australia was performed at Toowoomba in the Colony of Queensland. By: Dr. Drury Clarke.

  • An Old Mining Town in Queensland , Mount Morgan.  By: F.L. Golding.

  • The Premiers of Queensland.   By: Dr. Denis Murphy.

  • Widgee – In the days of Widgee Station.   By: J.D. Dale.

  • The Dieppe Maps and Queensland – After McIntyre.    By: Eric B. Whitehouse.

  • A Short Story of the Dredging of the Brisbane River 1860 – 1910.   By: G.R.C. Mcleod.

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1979 - 1980 - Volume XI - No. 1

  • Queensland’s Government Houses.   By: Sir James Ramsey.

  • William Rooke Creswell.    By: Norman Pixley.

  • Captain Hamilton and the Labour Trade.   By: W. Ross Johnston.

  • A Pot of Tin at the Foot of a Rainbow.   By: Dr. John Balzer. (Early Stanthorpe)

  • Rediscovered Route pf the Mackay Expedition, 1860.   By: By John D. Kerr

  • Legends from the Mt. Mulligan Coal Mine Disaster.   By: Peter Bell.

  • Diplomacy of Good Sense.   By: Ralph Harry.

  • Birdsville – A Place to Remember.   By: Frances Gage McGinn.

  • Webbs, Wilsons and Warwick.   By: Dr. John Balzer.

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1981 - 1982 - Volume XI - No. 3

  • Tommy Kabu of Papua.   By: Norman S. Pixley.

  • High Music Ringing: Jubilee of the Queensland Conservatorium.   By: Sir Douglas Fraser.

  • Wreck of the ‘Gothenburg’.   By: Allan McInnes.

  • Southern Queensland ’s Oyster Industry.   By: Glen S. Smith.

  • First Agents-General: Development of the Office in London 1860 – 1876.   By: Wayne O’Donohue.

  • The World of Young Thomas Hanger 1874 – 1912. Pioneering Education in the Society of Central Queensland . By: Tom Watson.

  • The Australian Sugar Story 1907 – 1982. Achievements of the A.S.P.A.   By: Donald Watson.

  • Culture Clash in the Torres Strait Islands: The maritime Strike of 1936.   By: Nonie Sharp.

  • Queensland ’s First Artillery – The Clifton Guns and the Fatal Accident at the Saluting Battery in 1879. By: Dr. C.G. Drury Clarke.

  • The ‘Diam’ – A History of the Diamantina Hospital.  By: Dr. R.F.J. Wood.

  • The Old Commissariat.

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1985 - September - Volume XII - No. 2

  • Samuel Walker Griffith: A Biographer and His Problems By: Prof. R.B. Joyce.

  • Mount Isa's Russian Connection.   By: K.H. Kennedy.

  • Sir Raphael Cilento: A Personal Tribute.   By: Dr. R.J.F. Wood.

  • The Sedition Trials of F.C.B. Vosper.   By: P.D. Twomey.

  • Kampung – Queensland: A Comparison of two "Timber and Tin" Architectural Styles.   By Dr. M.D. Cobcroft.

  • Joshua Thomas Bell: Queensland and the Darling Downs 1889 – 1911.   By: Prof. D.B. Waterson.

  • Captain Foster Fyans and Mrs. Eliza Fraser.   By: Allan McInnes.

  • The Last Voyages of 'Firefly' and Captain Kirby.   By: Allan McInnes.

  • Brisbane Tramway Centenary: A Brief Chronology.   By. G.R. Ford.

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1986 - February - Volume XII - No. 3

  • A.A. Morrison: An Appreciation.  By: Lyndall Ryan. An account of this local historian's life.

  • Through a Glass Darkly: Photographers and their role in the Moreton Bay Region before 1860.  By: Rod Fisher.  

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1986 - May - Volume XII - No. 4

  • Railway or Tramway: The debate concerning Extension of the Railway from Brisbane to Deep Water. By: GR. Ford. An interesting account of the early tramways of Brisbane .

  • John Goodwyn and the Foundation of the SGIO  (State Government Insurance Office).   By: B.C. Rowley.

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1986 - August - Volume XII - No. 5

  • The Loss of A.E. 1 (submarine) on 14 September 1914.   By: Michael W.D. White.

  • Two Pastors and their Flocks: An Episode in the European Settlement of Queensland .   By: John Perkins & Jürgen Tampke.

  • The Queenslanders Get Fiji Gold. By: Donald Chaput. Story of gold mining activities in Fiji .

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1986 - November - Volume XII - No. 6

  • Pastoral Capitalism and the Politician Thomas McIllwraith and two land companies.   By: D.B. Waterson.

  • Of Peaches and Maggots – The Riddle of Queensland Fruit Fly.   By: A.C. Courtice.

  • Secondary Education.   By: John Thearle, John Pearn and Charles Roe.

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1987 - August - Volume XIII - No. 3

  • A Nineteenth Century Cause Celebre: Queensland Investment and Land Mortgage Company Ltd. v. Grimley. By: Sir Harry Gibbs.

  • Rockhampton Hospital, 1858 – 1945.    By: David Carment.

  • The Leading Man of Drayton: William Handcock, Frontier Storekeeper, and the Election of 1859. By: Maurice French.

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1987 - November - Volume XIII - No. 4

  • The Role of Submarine A.E. 2 on Anzac Day.   By: M.W.D. White.

  • The Langs in Queensland 1858 – 1865: An Unwritten Chapter.   By: Denis Cryle.

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1988 - February - Volume XIII - No. 5

  • The Invalidity of Queensland's First Parliament.  By: B.H. McPherson.

  • Through the Barrier – The Hydrographers Passage Story.   By: J.C.H. Foly.

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1988 - May - Volume XIII - No. 6

  • The People of Queensland 1859 – 1900: Where did the Immigrants come from?   By: Jennifer Harrison.

  • Christianity in Crisis: Queensland Churches During the Great Depression By: Brian Costar.

  • Mine and town – Health and Safety on Charters Towers.   By: Diane Menghetti.

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1988 - August - Volume XIII - No. 7

  • State Pastoral Stations in Queensland 1916 – 1930 By: Kay Cohen.

  • Patriotism above all else: Littleton Groom at War 1914 – 1918.   By: David Carment.

  • Review: Judicial Ethics in Australia .   By: Mr. Justice Thomas.

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1988 - November - Volume XIII - No. 8

  • The Dawn of the Satellite Era in Australia .  By: Cameron Hazlehurst.

  • The Politics of Preserving the Past: The early Years of the Historical Society of Queensland By: Peter Biskup.

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1989 - February - Volume XIII - No. 9

  • Brisbane 's Timber Houses in Queensland Context.   By Rod Fisher.

  • The Mackay Prison 1888 – 1908.   By: Clive Moore.

  • 150th Anniversary of the Arrival of the Sisters of Charity In Australia 1838 – 1988.  By: M. Bernadette Shand R.S.C.

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1989 - May - Volume XIII - No. 10

  • Growing Pains: The Queensland Government Printery 1860 – 1900.   By: D. Cryle.

  • Two Centuries of Service Five Special Teachers at Milton State School.   By: John Pearn.

  • The 1920's:  A Turning Point For North Queensland Aborigines. By: Dawn May.

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1989 - November - Volume XIII - No. 12

  • Kilcoy, the first six months – Sir Evan Mackenzie's Albatross.   By: John Mackenzie-Smith.

  • John Hetherington, Father of Queensland 's Coal Industry.    By: Ray L. Whitmore.

  • Lindeman Island : Environmental Politics in Queensland By: Timothy Doyle.

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1990 - February - Volume XIV - No. 1

  • Queensland v. The Commonwealth: The State's Objection to the Australian Standard Garratt ProgrammeBy: Alan Whiting.

  • F.B. Fewings 'Memoirs of Toowong' – A Mirror of a Man.   By: Helen Gregory.

  • Freemasons and Freemasonry in Queensland 1859 – 1989.   By: Dave Lauder.

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1990 - May - Volume XIV - No. 2

  • Arthur Hodgson: The Centaur who left his sheep.   By: J.C.H. Gill.

  • The Times of Cooper.   By: J. Thomas. (Pope Alexander Cooper  b.1846 – d.1922 was Queensland 's longest serving judge).

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1991 - February - Volume XIV - No. 6

  • Judges, Politicians, and History - Hon. Mr. Justice B.H. McPherson.

  • A Church on Every Hill: Religion in Brisbane in the 1950's.  By: David Hilliard. 

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1991 - May - Volume XIV - No. 7

  • Images of Japanese Pearl-Shellers in Queensland .   By: Regina Ganter.

  • Villers-Bretonneux: A Strange Name for an Aboriginal Burial Ground.   By: David Huggonson. (Aboriginal Diggers Buried at Villers-Bretonneux, France in W.W. I).

  • Concessions, Conflicts and Collusion: Graziers and Shearing Workers, 1946 – 1956.   By: Kosmas Tsokhas.

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1991 - November - Volume XIV - No. 9

  • Samuel Griffith: The Great Provincial.   By: Geoffrey C. Bolton.

  • James Toohey: Brisbane Pioneer or First of the White Shoe Brigade.   By: William J. Metcalf.

  • The Selling of Queensland : Henry Jordan and Welsh Emigration.   By: W. Ross Johnston.

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1992 - February - Volume XIV - No. 10

  • Augustus Gregory – A Biased Civil Servant.   By: Kay Cohen

  • McWhirters: A Pictorial Record.

  • Motherhood and the Golden Casket (Art Union) : An Odd Couple.   By: Wendy Selby.

  • The Life and Death of William Bairstow Ingham: Papua New Guinea in the 1870's.   By: Clive Moore.

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1992 - May - Volume XIV - No. 11

  • The Reverend Benjamin Glennie: A Lone Survivor?    By: Tom Watson.

  • Gilbert and Ellice Islanders on Queensland Canefields 1894 – 1899.   By: Doug Munro.

  • John Mortimer of Manumbar and the 1861 Native Police Inquiry in Queensland.   By: Malcolm D. Prentis.

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1992 - August - Volume XIV - No. 12

  • An Economic History of the Oakey-Cooyar Railway 1910 – 1969.   By: Diana J. Beal.

  • The Rise of Psychiatry and its Establishment in Queensland.   By: William A. Isdale.

  • In Sundry Places: Queensland Place Names and Memorials Commemorating Dr Joseph Bancroft By: John Hemsley Pearn.

  • Rev. John Gregor – Like a Lamb to Slaughter.   By: J.H.G. Mackenzie-Smith.

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1992 - November - Volume XIV - No. 13

  • The Boss: Canon William Perry French Morris, Founder of Churchie.   By: Ronald F.J. Wood.

  • The Petrie Family, a Genealogical and Biographical Perspective.   By: Dimity Dornan.

  • A Distant  Past – Researching the First Petrie Generation.   By: D. Cryle.

  • Woolscouring in Western Queensland.   By: Thom Blake.

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1993 - February - Volume XV - No. 1

  • The World of the Bama. By: Timothy Bottoms: Aboriginal-European Relations in the Cairns Rainforest Region To 1876.   By: Timothy Bottoms.

  • Progress of Eliza Fraser.   By: Yolanda Drummond.

  • A Pioneer not a Traditionalist: The Life and Work of Dr Eleanor Greenham.   By: Lesley M. Williams.

  • Naughty Boys: The Education of Reformatory School Boys at Lytton 1881 – 1899.   By: Alan Savige.

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1993 - June - Volume XV - No. 3

  • Another of Brisbane 's Forgotten Founders: John Richardson.   By: Jean Stewart.

  • The Grand Pajandrum: The 1872 Suspension of Gold Commissioner W.S.E.M. Charters.   By: Glenn A. Davies.

  • Commissioned History Writing. Is There a future ?    By: Margaret Kowald.

  • The Strange Ordeal of William Valentine.   By: Mark Howard.

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1993 - September - Volume XV - No. 4

  • Errol Solomon Meyers 1890 – 1956: A Biographical Sketch.   By: Derek Meyers.

  • The Q.G.S.Y. 'Lucinda'.    By: J.M. Davis and M.W.D. White.

  • Singapore – Whose Fault ?    By: Jacqui Murray.

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1993 - November - Volume XV - No. 5

  • A Bold New World and the Brave New Workers: Early Days of a Coal Miners' Newspaper.  By: Alan Murray.

  • A State Search of a Nation: Australian Nationalism and the Second World War.  By: David Day.

  • Her Stand-by for Keeping Going: APC (Vincent & Bex Headache Powders) use during the boom decades.  By: Eileen M. Hennessey.

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1994 - February - Volume XV - No. 6

  • The Queensland Workers' Dwelling  1910 - 1940..  By: Judy Rechner

  • The Native Police under Scrutiny.  By: Alan J. Hillier.

  • Dr. Henry Croker Garde (1855 - 1932).  By: Dan O'Donnell.

  • To Silence a Jackdaw Gagging the Northern Miner. By the late Donald Hector Johnson.

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