Casterton & District Settlers, Families & Pioneers
(includes Bahgallah, Corndale and Dunrobin)
Glenelg & Wannon Region, South West Victoria, Australia
This page provides an increasing list of individuals and family groups with a link to the rural settlement of Casterton and its surrounding area, including Bahgallah, Corndale and Dunrobin, near the junction of the Wannon & Glenelg Rivers in south-western Victoria, Australia.
This area, referred to as "Australia Felix" by surveyor and explorer Major Thomas MITCHELL in 1836, was first settled permanently by the HENTY brothers in 1837 when they moved inland from Portland on the south coast and occupied the pastoral runs of "Connell's Run," "Merino Downs," "Muntham" & "Sandford".
The site for the present township Casterton was surveyed on "Dunrobin" Station in 1848.
Additional names, family groups, corrections, events, stories or images linked to the Casterton area are welcome.

28 April 2017 Daryl Povey

  • ABBOTT : Alfred Chapman ABBOTT 1827-1905, b. Cambridgeshire, England, d. Casterton, S-W Vic., m.1 Harriet Jessica BELL, d. 1876, 2 children, m.2 1877 Casterton, S-W Vic., to Esther McDONALD (nee COSGROVE) 1822-1908, b. Co Tipperary, Ireland, d. Casterton, S-W Victoria, both buried in Casterton old cemetery.
  • ADAMSON : George ADAMSON 1874-1937, b. Melbourne, Victoria, to Ebenezer ADAMSON & Sarah HOLIDAY, d. Melbourne, Victoria; 1928-34 Head Teacher Casterton State School, m. 1904 to Emily Victoria ANGUS 1881-1960, b. Mount Duneed, Victoria, to James ANGUS & Ellen McCARTHY, d. Geelong, Victoria, 4 sons.
  • ADDISON : John Elliot ADDISON 1796-1848 of Hobart Town, held the lease of "Dunrobin" Pastoral Run with William MURRAY 1840-'48
  • ADDISON : Stephen ADDISON c.1795-1854 of Hobart Town, took over the lease of "Dunrobin" Pastoral Run with William MURRAY 1850-'54
  • AHERN : Michael AHERN 1833-1869 & Elizabeth SMITH 1836-1896, Police Snr. Const., Casterton, 1859
  • ALDRIDGE : George Thomas ALDRIDGE 1858-1941, b. Heywood, S-W Vic., to Joseph ALDRIDGE & Hannah FARNHAM, d. Casterton, S-W Vic., Carrier & Teamster of Heywood, m. 1885 to Margaret Hannah MALCOLM 1868-1937, b. Branxholme, S-W Vic., to Archibald MALCOLM & Maria FARNHAM, d. Casterton, S-W Vic. 11 children, parents resided with son Victor at Casterton from 1925, buried at Casterton.
  • ALLEN : Charles Edward ALLEN 1833-1912 & Mary BRODIE 1851-1913
  • ANNETT : John ANNETT 1848-1917, b. Kent, England, to William ANNETT and Mary ROGERS, d. Hamilton, S-W Victoria; m. 1876 to Janet Constance FAHEY 1856-1945, b. Casterton, S-W Victoria to John FAHEY and Mary McBRIDE, d. Ballarat, Victoria. 8 children at Casterton & Sandford, S-W Victoria, Mt Gambier, South Australia & Wallacedale, S-W Victoria.
  • AYRES : Alfred Henry AYRES c.1854-1948, b. London, England, to Alfred Augustus AYRES & Sarah Ann EAST, capenter of Casterton, d. Warrnambool, S-W Vic., m. 1876 Casterton, S-W Vic., to Mary Ann "Polly" RICHARDSON 1853-1939, b. Casterton to John Thomas RICHARDSON & Ellen CURRAN, d. Casterton, S-W Victoria, both buried in Casterton new cemetery. 2 sons Jack & Walter AYRES in the 1st AIF.
  • BALL : Rev. John Aubrey BALL c.1845-1933, b. London, England, Anglican Vicar of Christ Church Casterton 1894-1911, d. Melbourne, Vic., m.1 1877, Tasmania to Catherine Penwarne MITCHELL c.1847-1878; m.2 1887, Avoca, Vic., to Edith Laura McMAHON 1866-1941, b. Melbourne, Vic., d. Melbourne, Vic., both buried in the Box Hill cemetery. 7 children including William McMahon BALL OA 1901-1986, b. Casterterton, S-W Vic.
  • BARKER : Henry BARKER ~1826- ? m. 1856 Penola, SA to Sarah "Meron" McRAE ~1836-1976, residents of Noss-road, Casterton (1858), neighbours Robert & Mary HUNT.
  • BAXTER : George James BAXTER 1833-1900 & Sarah BOWLER 1832-1894, residents of Noss-road, Casterton (1858) when neighbours Robert & Mary HUNT were murdered.
  • BEASY : Hector Norman BEASY 1889-1962, b. Dunolly, Victoria, to John Edward BEASY & Emma BOWMAN, saddler of Henty-street Casterton (1914); served as Cpl & Sgt 858, 3rd Light Horse Field Ambulance, AIF (1915-18 Middle East); d. Swan Hill, Victoria, m. 1923 to Margaret Mary HERRIDGE 1899-1973, b. Swan Hill, Victoria to Charles HERRIDGE and Margaret HULL, d. Swan Hill, Victoria.
  • BEATON : Murdoch BEATON c.1827-1869, b. Skye, Scotland, arrived 1857, shepherd of "Dunrobin" station, d. "Dunrobin" station, Casterton, S-W Vic. when killed by lightning, m. 1855, Scotland to Ann McLEAN c.1832-1882, b. Skye, Scotland, d. Casterton, S-W Vic. 7 children, Annie signed the 1891 Petition. Murdoch & Ann buried Casterton old Cemetery.
  • BEATON : Roderick "Rory" BEATON 1855-1899, b. Isle of Skye, Scotland to Murdoch BEATON & Annie McLEAN, arrived at Port Fairy, Victoria on the "Chance" in 1857, labourer of Casterton, licensee of the Dergholm Hotel and Brimboal Hotel, dog inspector for Glenelg Shire, d. Casterton, S-W Victoria, m. 1877 to Eliza BALFOUR 1855-1935, b. "Runnymede" Sandford, S-W Victoria, to William BALFOUR & Catherine Margaret CAMERON, d. Mount Gambier, SA. 8 children, 2 sons Neil (died of wounds Gallipoli) & Angus (awarded M.M.) served in the 1st AIF.
  • BEAUGLEHALL : Samuel BEAUGLEHALL 1858-1924, b. Portland, S-W Vic., to Henry BEAUGLEHOLE & Margaret PRISK, d. Horsham, Vic., m. 1882 to Margaret COOPER 1862-1951, b. Digby, S-W Vic., to William COOPER & Jane McKINLAY, d. Melbourne, Victoria. 9 children at born at Casterton & Portland, 1 son Glenelg William Henry BEAUGLEHOLE served in the 1st AIF.
  • BEBEE : Bamford BEBEE c.1823-1884, b. Huntingdonshire, England, to John BEBEE & ... SELBY, d. Casterton, S-W Vic., gardiner of "Roseneath" Station, Casterton, m. 1871 at Geelong, Vic., to Anne DENMEAD c.1843-18992, b. Surrey, England, to Nathaniel DENMEAD & Ann KEMP. Anne BEBEE signed 1891 Womens' Suffrage Petition, d. Casterton, S-W Victoria. Some children went to Western Australia.
  • BELL : Reginald William BELL 1836-1907, b. Bombay, India, to Alexander BELL & Angelina Maria RAWLINS, d. Hamilton, S-W Vic., teacher at Casterton Denominational School in 1861, m. 1862 at Merino, S-W Vic., to Jane Maria Fox WRIGHT c.1837-1913, b. Dublin, Ireland, to Thomas WRIGHT & Maria FOX, teacher at Merino, S-W Victoria, signed 1891 Womens' Suffrage Petition, d. Hamilton, S-W Victoria.
  • BERTRAM : George Blane BERTRAM 1815-1889 & Mary Anne ROCHE 1823-1876
  • BEVERIDGE : Adam BEVERIDGE 1799-c1846, b. Fifeshire, Scotland, arrived in VDL in 1823, with Robert RALSTON, married his daughter Margaret RALSTON 1805-1886 at Hobart Town in 1825. They lived in NSW and Launceston, VDL until at least 1843 when he became insolvent, went to Hong Kong and died c1846. His wife Margaret died at Launceston, Tasmania in 1886. Adam's son Adam BEVERIDGE c1835-1889, b. VDL, station manager at "Roseneath" Casterton for John RALSTON & SIMSON in the 1850s, at Smeaton in the 1860s, died Sydney, NSW. Jessie BEVERIDGE 1838-1899, daughter of Adam married Hastings Alfred ELMS at "Roseneath" in 1859.
  • BIESKE : Edward Frederick BIESKE 1865-1949, b. Talbot, Victoria, Clerk of Courts at Casterton 1895-1907, d. Avoca, Victoria, m.1 1892 to Selina Margaret GREEN 1872-1893, b. Avoca, Victoria, d. Mansfield, N-E Victoria; 1 son; m.2 1915 to Eliza Charlotte RAWSON 1870-1939, b. Geelong. d. Geelong. Vic.
  • BLACK : John William BLACK 1844-1914, b. Geelong, Vic., to Walter BLACK & Susan WHYTE, carpenter of Casterton, d. Casterton, m. Louisa SEALEY 1861-1934, b. Casterton, S-W Vic., to George SEALEY & Mary GREENHAM. 11 children born at Casterton, 2 sons Gordon Alexander (killed) and George (awarded M.M.) served in the 1st AIF.
  • BLACK : William George BLACK c.1832-1922, b. Co Cork, Ireland, d. Casterton, S-W Vic., m. 1861 Casterton, S-W Vic., to Margaret BURCHELL c.1836-1916, b. Buckinghamshire, England, d. Casterton, S-W Victoria, both buried in Casterton old cemetery. 8 children.
  • BLAIR : John BLAIR 1860-1941, b. Casterton, to Thomas BLAIR & Scotia MENZIES, d. Casterton, m. Hannah SMITH 1880-1952, b. Casterton, to George SMITH & Mary GILL, 7 children born Casterton.
  • BLAIR : John Allan BLAIR 1843-1935, Farmer of Bahgallah, b. Melbourne, Victoria to ....., d. Casterton, m. Hannah LARKIN c.1846-1932, b. Co Antrim, Ireland, to Patrick LARKIN & Mary McBRIDE, 7 children born Bahgallah, Casterton & Coleraine.
  • BLAIR : John Bryce BLAIR 1861-1930, Casterton Butter Factory manager c.1916, b. Ayrshire, Scotland, d. Melbourne, Victoria, m. Susannah "Suie" POOLE c.1875-1952, 6 children 1900-1916.
  • BLOMFIELD : Samuel Edward BLOMFIELD ....., Clerk of Petty Sessions "Pearson's Station" 1848.
  • BODEN : Alfred Maria von St LUZ BODEN 1818-1891 & Mary KIRBY 1823-1876
  • BOLTON : Richard BOLTON 1854-1920 & Mary "Clare" TYNAN 1863-1917, solicitor of Casterton 1885-1920, 4 ch'n.
  • BONNER : Charles John BONNER 1827-1858, b. Surrey, England, a baker who died aged 32y at "Dunrobin" Station, buried Casterton, m. 1854 at Merino Downs" Station, to Mary LAWLER 1833-1888, b. Co Limerick, Ireland, d. Bahgallah, S-W Victoria. Mary remarried in 1860 to Daniel MURPHY c.1824-1887.
  • BOOTH : Frank Simpson BOOTH 1857-1924, b. Ararat, Vic., to Thomas Lucas BOOTH & Maria Anne SIMPSON, d. Melbourne, Victoria, m.1 1880 to Mary Jane EMMERSON 1858-1893, m.2. 1895, Casterton, S-W Vic., to Susan DURBIDGE 1872-1945, b. Killara, S-W Vic. to Simeon DURBIDGE & Martha STANLEY. Frank BOOTH a bootmaker at Casterton in the 1890s.
  • BOOTH : Robert BOOTH 1893-1980, b. Panmure, near Warrnambool, Vic., to John BOOTH & Jane Edith CHICK, m. 1919 to Alice May LOWE 1892-1955, d. Melbourne, Victoria. At Casterton as Glenelg Shire Secretary 1930-'40. At Gallipoli (wounded) and on the Somme (wounded, leg amputated) with the AIF 1915-'17.
  • BOURKE : Anthony BOURKE ....., Chief-constable of Police "Pearson's Station" 1848-50.
  • BRAMMER : Frederick William BRAMMER c.1856-1926, b. Germany, d. Casterton, S-W Vic., m. 1883 Mount Gambier, S-E SA., to Elizabeth Jane HEIGHT c.1865-1951. Frederick, the Casterton Weighbridge operator, buried in Casterton new cemetery. 7 children.
  • BRODRIBB : Rev. William Kennedy BRODRIBB 1847-1896, b. NSW, Australia, son of William Adams BRODRIBB and Eliza Matilda KENNEDY, d. London, England, m. 1880 Brighton, Sussex, England, to Anna Montgomery LLOYD. Rev. BRODRIBB (C-of-E) replaced Rev. Francis Cussack RUSSELL at the Parsonage-on-the-Wannon 1872-1875 when he travelled overseas.
  • BROWNE : Charles Townley BROWNE 1826-1908, b. Dublin, Ireland, d. 1908, Wellington, New Zealand, m. 1852 to Eliza Anne PEMBERTON. Charles was the detective who solved the 1858 mystery disappearance of Robert & Mary HUNT of Noss-road, Casterton, murdered by their neighbour George WAINES, who then hid the bodies in the Glenelg river.
  • BRUNT : William Henry BRUNT 1892-..?.., b. Taynton (near Burford), Oxfordshire, England, to Henry Thomas BRUNT (schoolmaster) & ..?.., d. ...?..., England, clerk of Casterton, Victoria (1914) when he volunteered for the 1st AIF. Served as Pte 1718, 6th Battalion, AIF (Gallipoli); 14th Battalion, AIF (France); wounded in 1918; married 1919 in London, England to Rhoda Maude GRAY; discharged 1920 (London), did not return to Australia.
  • BUSH : William James BUSH 1894-1918, b. Bendigo, Vic., to George Arthur BUSH & Elizabeth GLENN, Teacher at Casterton Higher Elementary School when he enlisted in the 1st AIF in 1916. Served in France with 2nd Field Artillery Brigade, AIF and 2nd Australian Light Trench Mortar Battery, AIF, died of wounds at Merris, France. Named on Casterton War Memorial.
  • BYARD : Benjamin Ira BYARD 1891-1921, b. Chudleigh, Tasmania, to Thomas Sale BYARD & Catherine Rose "Kate" COOKE, he was a tailor of Casterton, aged 25y, enlisted in the AIF in June 1917, overseas service, d. 1921 "Claremont" Julia-street, Portland from TB diagnosed when on service with the Australian Medical Corps, 1st AIF. Named on Casterton Town Hall Honour Roll. Buried South Portland Cemetery.
  • BYRNE : Michael BYRNE : 1824-1856, b. Dublin, Ireland, m. 1842 Melbourne, Port Phillip to Margaret Ann MORONEY 1828-1896, b. Co Limerick, Ireland to Dennis MORONEY & Mary BOURKE. Children born in the Harrow & Casterton area, Michael died at "Pearson's" station in 1856 and was buried in the old Casterton cemetery. External link to BYRNE and EASON Family Tree.
  • CAFFREY : William CAFFREY 1834-1910, b. Co Donegal, Ireland, Butcher and Farmer of Casterton, d. Casterton, S-W Vic., m. 1859 Merino, S-W Vic., to Mary Ann "Sarah" SMITH (widow of Henry SMITH 1822-1957, nee LIVOCK) 1824-1920, b. Norfolkshire, England, d. Casterton, S-W Victoria. 3 children.
  • CAMERON : Alexander CAMERON 1849-..?.., b. Inverness, Scotland., to Alexander CAMERON & Agnes WILLIAMSON, d. ..?.., m. 1874, Casterton, S-W Vic., to Mary EGAN 1855-1885, b. to Robert EGAN & Bridget O'BRIEN, d. Sandford, S-W Vic. Son James Alexander CAMERON 1875-1957 who served in WW1.
  • CAMERON : Andrew CAMERON 1861-1911, b. Strathdownie, S-W Vic., to John CAMERON & Margaret McFARLANE, d. 1911, Casterton, S-W Vic., Glenelg Shire Councillor 1907-11, m. 1881, Mount Gambier, SA to Louisa BOARDMAN 1859-1939, b. Portland, S-W Vic., to John BOARDMAN & Ann WRIGHT, d. Mount Gambier, SA. 7 children, including Clarence who served in WW1.
  • CAMERON : James Alexander CAMERON 1875-1957, b. Penola, SA, to Alexander CAMERON & Bridget O'BRIEN, d. Ballarat, Vic., m. 1903, to Margaret Louisa SMITH 1873-1951, b. to Robert SMITH & Rachel EVANS, d. Ballarat, Vic. James served in WW1. 5 children
  • CAMPBELL : Alexander "Sandy" CAMPBELL c.1826-1875, b. Mull, Scotland, to Duncan CAMPBELL & Jessie CAMERON, arrived Portland, Vic., 1853, employed at "Roseneath" Station, then Penola, SA, d. Penola, SA., m. Mull, Scotland., to Sarah "Sally" HUTCHISON c.1831-1875, b. Mull, Scotland, d. Penola, SA. 8 children.
  • CAMPBELL : Dugald CAMPBELL 1830-1909 & Catherine MATHESON ~1832-1867, stonemason & farmer of Noss-road, Casterton & Corndale, 5 ch'n.
  • CAMPBELL : James Henry CAMPBELL 1813-1894, b. Argyllshire, Scotland, to John CAMPBELL & Margaret RANKIN, overlander to Port Phillip in 1838, squatter of "Chetwynd" station 1857-'64 with Hastings Alfred ELMS, d. Portland, S-W Victoria. He married in 1845, Melbourne, Port Phillip to Mary Ann THOMAS c.1824-1895, b. Wales, England, d. Portland, S-W Victoria. 5 children.
  • CARMICHAEL : George Williamson CARMICHAEL 1821-1885 & Mary Macquarie FRASER 1830-1872
  • CARMICHAEL : Thomas CARMICHAEL c.1832-1888, b. Roxburghshire, Scotland, to Thomas CARMICHAEL & Euphemia RUTHERFORD, d. "Argyle" Station, Lake Mundi, near Casterton, S-W Vic., m. 1856 "Maryvale" Station, near Edenhope, S-W Vic., to Margaret FLETCHER 1833-1906, b. Selkirkshire, Scotland, to James FLETCHER and Agnes GRIEVE, d. Casterton, S-W Victoria, both buried in the "Argyle" Station cemetery. 15 children.
  • CARROLL : Thomas Byrne CARROLL c.1836-1908, b. Co Kilkenny, Ireland, to John CARROLL and Maria BYRNE; arrived 1867, Victoria, selector of Ararat, hotel-keeper of "Club Hotel" Minyip and "Glenelg Hotel" Casterton; d. Melbourne, Victoria, m. 1870 Geelong, Victoria, to Margaret WALL c.1847-1909, b. Co Carlow, Ireland, d. Lara, Victoria. 4 children.
  • CARROLL : Thomas Wall CARROLL 1878-1969, b. Minyip, Victoria to Thomas Byrne CARROLL and Margaret WALL; hotel-keeper of Perth, Western Australia and "Glenelg Hotel" Casterton 1904-1908; d. Brisbane, Queensland, m. 1904 Casterton, Victoria, to Ellen Catherine "Kate" WHITE 1883-1968, b. "Verdant Hills," Carapook to Patrick WHITE and Catherine Bridget SAMPEY, d. Hamilton, Victoria. 4 children.
  • CASEY : Daniel CASEY c.1849-1927, b. Co Tyrone, Ireland, to Bernard CASEY & Annie KEARY / KELLY, d. Casterton, S-W Vic., m. Carapook, S-W Victoria to Eliza DOYLE 1856-1932, b. Casterton, S-W Vic., to James DOYLE & Alice "Alicia" LANDY, d. Casterton, S-W Vic. 13 children, 3 sons (James, Tom & Daniel) served in WW1.
  • CAWKER : John CAWKER c.1809-1865 b. Devonshire, England, d. Casterton, S-W Victoria, m. Elizabeth WARD 1803-1885, b. England, d. Casterton, S-W Victoria. John, a carpenter, arrived with wife & children (Elizabeth, Thomas, Mary, John & Agnes) at Geelong, Victoria in 1854, Thomas CAWKER 1838-1926 became a well-known horseman and coach-driver.
  • CHAFFEY : George CHAFFEY 1816-1863, b. Devonshire, England, d. Casterton, S-W Vic., m. 1857 Portland, S-W Vic., to Phillipa LARK 1831-1904, b. Devonshire, England, d. Casterton, S-W Victoria, both buried in Casterton old cemetery. 4 children.
  • CLAPHAM : John Goodman CLAPHAM 1817-1884, b. Leeds, Yorkshire, England, Glenelg Shire Secretary 1869-1884, d. Casterton, S-W Vic., m. 1865 Heywood, S-W Vic., to Ruth BAKER c.1848-1933, b. Somersetshire, England, d. Hamilton, S-W Victoria, both buried in Casterton new cemetery. 8 children.
  • CLAYTON : William John CLAYTON 1859-1931, b. Hamilton, S-W Vic., to Thomas CLAYTON & Ellen ROWLAND, d. Casterton, S-W Vic., m. 1884 to Hannah SPURRELL 1865-1949, b. Casterton, S-W Vic., to William John SPURRELL & Maria HOOK, d. Casterton, S-W Vic. 9 children, son Norman CLAYTON killed at Gallipoli.
  • CLEE : George Thomas CLEE 1828-1892, b. Birmingham, England son of Thomas CLEE and Susannah HATTON, d. Kaniva, Wimmera, Victoria; m.1 1848, England to Martha HANDLEY 1827-1867, b. Birmingham, England to Elija HANDLEY and Martha WALKER, d. Casterton, S-W Victoria; m.2 1868, Merino, S-W Victoria to Mary Ann KERRISON c. 1827-1903, b. Kent, England, d. Mount Gambier, South Australia.
  • CLODE : WILLIAM Charles CLODE ~1843-1911 b. Windsor, England, d. Casterton, Vic., m. Elizabeth Ann Emily HAMMOND 1849-1921, b. South Australia, d. Casterton, Vic. 9 children.
  • COCHRANE : Robert COCHRANE 1848-1926, at sea to William Hewson COCHRANE & Martha ATKINSON, builder of "Bellevue" Casterton, d. Casterton, S-W, Vic., m. 1879 to Alice Jane "Alvie" GILL 1862-1955 b. Branxholme, S-W Vic., to George "Andrew" GILL & Alice Jane DOOLEY, d. Casterton, S-W Vic. 2 sons Walter & Charles served in WW1.
  • COCHRANE : William COCHRANE c.1821-1873 m. Martha ATKINSON 1826-1893 ; parents of Robert COCHRANE (above).
  • CODY : John David CODY 1869-1955, b. Melbourne, Victoria, to John CODY and Mary Hannah HEARFIELD, d. Casterton, S-W Victoria horsetrainer of Casterton; m. 1897 to Catherine "Kate" FAHEY 1865-1934, b. Mount Gambier, South Australia to John FAHEY and Mary McBRIDE, d. Casterton, S-W Victoria. 4 children (son John wounded in France in 1918). John and Catherine CODY buried Casterton New Cemetery.
  • COLLINS : Nathaniel Gibson COLLINS 1869-1946, b. Ballarat, Victoria, to George COLLINS & Olive GIBSON, d. Startahdownie, S-W Victoria, m.1 Annie BEATON 1870-1919, b. Casterton, S-W Victoria, to Murdoch BEATON & Ann McLEAN, d. Portland, Victoria; m.2 to Jessie Eliza McEACHERN 1871-1959, of Strathdownie. 3 children (Olive, Ralph & Keith) born at Casterton 1898-1907 when Nathaniel was a groom at the Albion Livery Stables, Casterton.
  • COMYN : George William COMYN ~1833-1886, Police Const., Casterton, 1860, m. 1860 to Catherine KILLEEN ~1842-1879, both died in NZ.
  • COOK : Charles COOK 1859-1933, b. Casterton, S-W Vic., to George COOK & Rachel Agnes DONALDSON, d. Casterton, m. Rebecca PURDON 1859-1936, b. Portland, S-W Vic., to Joseph PURDON & Charlotte Mary PUGH. 12 children born at Dartmoor & Casterton, 1 son William Arthur served in the 1st AIF.
  • COOK : John Thomas COOK 1855-1931, b. Casterton, S-W Vic., to George COOK & Rachel Agnes DONALDSON, d. Casterton, m. Elizabeth MURRELL 1868-1919, b. Mount Gambier, S-E SA, to Thomas MURRELL & Jemima BALL. 12 children born at Strathdownie & Casterton, 2 sons Jack and Frank served in the 1st AIF.
  • COPELAND : Rev. William COPELAND ~1841-1862, Anglican clergyman in the border distict.
  • COURTIS : Edward Charles COURTIS 1832-1903, b. Cornwall, England, d. "Woodlands" Casterton, S-W Vic., m. 1864 Casterton, S-W Vic., to Phillipa CHAFFEY (nee LARK) 1831-1904, b. Devonshire, England, d. "Woodlands" Casterton, S-W Victoria, both buried in Casterton old cemetery. Phillipa was the widow of George CHAFFEY 1816-1863.
  • CREAGH : Benjamin Bowsfield CREAGH 1809-1874, b. Co Cork, Ireland, Clerk of Petty Sessions "Pearson's Station" (The Hummocks) 1851-3, d. Harrow, S-W Vic., m. 1850 to Mary ASTBURY 1829-1928, b. Staffordshire, England, sister of James ASTBURY, Dergholm, d. Melbourne, Vic. 6 children.
  • CROHAN : John CROHAN 1855-1904, b. Geelong, Vic., d. Albany, WA, m. 1882 Casterton, S-W Vic., to Anastasia McMAHON c.1860-1886, d. Casterton, S-W, Vic., 2 daughters Eugenie & Ethel b. Casterton, S-W Vic.
  • CROUCH : Daniel COUCH / CROUCH 1829-1891 & Sarah WALKER 1833-1889, Inn-keeper "Travellers' Rest" & "Casterton Hotel" Casterton; of Wiltshire, England, d. Casterton.
  • CROUCH : James "Jem" COUCH / CROUCH 1820-1892 & Jane COLLINS 1811-1897, Blacksmith of Casterton & Sandford; of Wiltshire, England, d. Sandford.
  • CUE : Thomas George CUE 1814-1897, Clerk of Petty Sessions "Pearson's Police Station" (The Hummocks) Apr 1853 & Casterton to 1893, b. Co Cork, Ireland, d. Casterton, S-W Vic., m 1842 In Ireland to Maria Theresa COLLINS 1824-1884, b. Ireland, d. Casterton, S-W Vic.
  • CUE : Thomas CUE 1861-1920, b. Casterton, S-W Vic., son of Thomas "George" CUE & Maria Theresa COLLINS
  • CUSSEN : John Finn CUSSEN 1853-1922 & Eliza Jane SHOOBRIDGE 1854-1921
  • CUSSEN : Maurice CUSSEN 1818-1880 & Margaret FINN 1824-1883
  • DAVIS : James DAVIS 1853-1921 b. Portand, S-W Vic., d. Casterton, S-W Vic., m. 1873 Tahara, S-W Vic. to Catherine WALSTED 1849-1942, b. London, Eng., of "Wininburn" station 1873, 11 children at Coleraine & Casterton, d. Melbourne, Vic. 3 sons served in WW1.
  • DERAVIN : Capt. Dr. Francis Arthur DERAVIN 1876-1917, b. Mandurang, near Bendigo, Victoria, to John Theodore DERAVIN & Louisa SMITH, Medical Practitioner at Casterton 1909-1917, enlisted in the Australian Medical Corps, 1st AIF. Died of disease at Weymouth, Dorsetshire, England. Named on Casterton War Memorial.
  • DESMOND : Patrick DESMOND 1830-1905, Police Const., Casterton, 1860, m. 1859 to Mary BROPHY ~1833-1922, both died at Warrnambool, 9 ch'n.
  • D'OMBRAIN : Dr. Ernest Arthur D'OMBRAIN 1867-1944, b. Rathdrum, Co Wicklow, Ireland, to Edward D'OMBRAIN & Catherine Emily FETHERSTONHAUGH, d. 1944 Sydney, NSW, m. 1897, England to Adelaine Maude GIBBINGS 1867-1920. Medical Practitioner at Casterton 1898-1902, during which time 2 boys (Arthur & Athel) were born.
  • DONALD : Robert Stewart "Bob" DONALD 1905-1992, b. Melbourne, Victoria, to John Robert DONALD & Clara Cecelia POWELL, Storekeeper "R. S. DONALD" store, Henty-street, Casterton from 1946, d. Melbourne, Victoria, m. 1933 Sydney, NSW to Marjorie Jessie GATES 1908-1992, b. Sydney, New South Wales, to Percy & Jessie GATES, d. Melbourne, Victoria.
  • DUNTON : James Bennett DUNTON 1855-1923 & Mary McDONALD 1855-1945
  • ELMS : Hastings Alfred ELMS 1832-1910, b. Sussex, England to Rev. Edward ELMS & Jane WYNDHAM, of "Chetwynd" station 1860 and "Glenorchy" station, Merino 1867-'74, d. Castlemaine, Vic., m. 1859 "Roseneath" station, near Casterton, S-W Victoria to Janet "Jessie" BEVERIDGE 1838-1899, b. VDL (Tasmania) to Adam BEVERIDGE and Margaret RALSTON.
  • EDOLS : Richard EDOLS 1818-1878 b. Somersetshire, England, 1851 "Dunrobin" station (manager?) m. 1852 Casteron district to Agnes Dunlop ROSS 1831-1899, b. Renfrewshire, Sct, daughter of Peter ROSS & Marion BRYCE, of "Dunrobin" station 1852-1854, Geelong & later of Beerik parish, Carapook-Coleraine. Richard & Agnes both died near Corowa, NSW.
  • EDWARDS : Maurice Henry EDWARDS 1831-1904 & Eleanor Ann LAMBOURN 1838-1914
  • ELMS : Hastings Alfred ELMS 1832-1910, b. Sussex, England to Rev. Edward ELMS & Jane WYNDHAM, d. Castlemaine, Victoria; Squatter of "Chetwynd" station, later manager of "Glenorchy" station, Merino 1867-'74, m. 1859 "Roseneath" station, near Casterton, S-W Victoria to Janet "Jessie" BEVERIDGE 1838-1899, b. VDL (Tasmania) to Adam BEVERIDGE and Margaret RALSTON.
  • ESDAILE : John Joseph ESDAILE 1837-1933, b. Nevis, British West Indies, to John Joseph ESDAILE & Louisa Thurston RAWLINS, Draper & Storekeeper at Casterton 1859-1862, d. Melbourne, Victoria, m. 1859, Portland, Vic. to Isabella Farquarson GALL 1836-1911, b. Aberdeenshire, Scotland, d. Melbourne, Victoria; 2 children b. Casterton, Vic.
  • FALLON : Thomas FALLON c.1810-1858 & Catherine EMMETT 1818-1904, of Co Westmeath, Ireland, arrived 1841, squatter of "Bogalara" station near Dergholm, Victoria, where Thomas died in 1858. Catherine later married James GRASSIE 1814-1898, 2 children, she died at Casterton, S-W Victoria..
  • FARNSWORTH : Asa George FARNSWORTH 1850-1906, b. North America to ...?..., 1870s at Talbot, Victoria, 1880s at Traralgon, Victoria, 1890s Clerk of Works for Glenelg Shire Council, Casterton, S-W Victoria, d. Kalgoorlie, Western Australia; m. 1886 to Ellen JEFFREYS 1854-1944, b. England, to Thomas JEFFREYS and Mary Anne GOMERY, d. Casterton, S-W Victoria.
  • FARRELLY : Rev. Michael FARRELLY 1821-1906 b. Kilmore, Co Cavan, Ireland, d. Kilmore, Victoria, R.C. Priest in the Hamilton & Casterton district 1865-1871
  • FERRIER : George FERRIER 1856-1942, b. Coleraine, S-W Victoria, to James FERRIER & Mary MIDDLEMISS (brother of John FERRIER 1840-1919), farmer of Gritjurk, Coleraine; Retreat, Casterton and Bahgallah; d. Ballarat, Victoria; m. 1890 Casterton, Victoria, to Annie Isabella MILLER 1870-1905, b. Mortlake, Victoria, to Robert Charles MILLER & Hannah MILNES. Annie FERRIER of Coleraine signed 1891 Womens' Suffrage Petition, d. Gritjurk, Coleraine, S-W Victoria. Some children attended Bahgallah school. 2 sons served in WW1 with the AIF.
  • FILGATE : Herbert Jonathon FILGATE 1863-1932, b. Clare, SA, to Jonathon FILGATE & Fanny Eliza GLEESON, manager at "Ardno" 1895, "Nangeela" 1905, of "Redcliffe" Carapook, 1916, Glenelg Shire Councillor 1906-13, d. Casterton, S-W Vic., m. 1901 to Mary Ann "Polly" HARWOOD 1871-1923, b. Sandford, S-W Vic., to James HARWOOD & Mary CAMPBELL, d. Sandford, S-W Victoria.
  • FLOCKART : Robert Munday FLOCKART 1851-1902, b. Kapunda, South Australia, to Rev. Robert Colquhoun FLOCKART (Wesleyan) & Annie Elizabeth MUNDAY ; merchant & storekeeper of Henty-street, Casterton c.1894-c.1898, d. Melbourne, Victoria, m. 1886, Hobart, Tasmania, to Henrietta "Hennie" PEARCE 1853-1930, b. Hobart, VDL (Tasmania), d. Melbourne, Victoria ; 4 sons, 1 born Casterton, Vic., 1894 ; 3 served in WW1 (1 died at Gallipoli).
  • FOSTER : Charles Haydock FOSTER c.1820-1879, b. Manchester, England, to Thomas Haydock FOSTER & Mannie BARKLY, contarctor of Portland & Casterton, d. Casterton, S-W Victoria, m. 1843, Portland Bay, S-W Vic. to Mary O'BRIEN c.1821-1907, b. ...., d. Casterton, S-W Victoria. 9 children, 3 daughters married sons of Hercules Hailes DANCOCKS c.1806-1876.
  • GARDINER : Alexander GARDINER 1861-1934 b. Digby, S-W Vic., d. 1934, Melbourne, Vic., m. 1890 Horsham district to Agnes Montgomery WILSON 1871-1932, children born at Casterton, Wimmera & Gippsland, 3 sons in WW1.
  • GASPERINO : Anthony GASPERINO 1835-1910 & Hannah HOURIGAN 1839-1912
  • GAZZARD : Edward Daniel GAZZARD 1870-1947 b. Durham Lead, Victoria, son of Daniel GAZZARD & Sarah HARWOOD, d. Casterton, Vic., m. 1896 Ballarat, Vic. to Louisa May GATES 1872-1960, b. Ballarat, Vic., to Robert GATES & Susannah POWELL. Edward became the proprietor of the "Casterton News."
  • GERRARD : Dr. Norman James GERRARD 1883-1919, b. Melbourne, Victoria, to James GERRARD & Elizabeth TATCHELL, m. 1916 to Lilian BELL 1892-1962, Medical Practitioner at Casterton 1917-1919, when he took over Dr F. A. DERAVIN's practice. Died at Casterton after operating on himself for tonsilitis. Buried Casterton.
  • GIBSON : Matthew GIBSON c.1802-1857, b. ......, a squatter with James JACKSON on "Roseneath" Pastoral Run 1840-43, Glenelg River., d. Sydney, NSW, m. to Elizabeth JACKSON, d. 1863, Sydney, NSW.
  • GILLESPIE : Samuel GILLESPIE c.1830-1910, b. Co Antrim, Ireland, unmarried, brother of Rev. William GILLESPIE 1826-1914, d. Casterton, S-W Victoria. Storekeeper, purchased "SPRIGG Brothers" store in Henty-street in 1884, owned this as "GILLESPIE's" store untill he died in 1910. Donated the land and laid the foundation stone for Scots Presbyterian Church, Casterton in 1908.
  • GILLESPIE : Rev. William John GILLESPIE 1826-1914, b. Co Antrim, Ireland, d. Melbourne, Vic., m. 1862 to Mary Oliphant MORRISON 1841-1932, b. Co Antrim, Ireland, 12 children 1863-1881, d. Melbourne, Vic. He was the Presbyterian Minister for the Casterton and Coleraine Presbyterian Charge 1868-1902
  • GOLDING : George GOLDING c.1820-1903, b. Kent, England., d. Horsham, Victoria, m. 1856 Tasmania, to Bridget Mary O'BRIEN c.1839-1928, b. Co Cork, Ireland, d. Goroke, S-W, Victoria, 7 children born Tasmania, Casterton & Chetwynd, S-W Victoria
  • GOODBUN : John Percy GOODBUN 1853-...?..., b. London, England., rabbit exterminator of Casterton in 1885, gold-miner of Ararat in the 1890s, d. ...?..., United Kingdom ?, m. 1890 Casterton, S-W Victoria, to Florence THOMSON 1856-1918, b. Glasgow, Scotland, to George THOMSON and Elizabeth RODGER, d. 1918, Scotland. This couple returned to the United Kingdom in 1901 from Ararat, Victoria.
  • GRAHAM : Rev. William GRAHAM, Presbyterian Minister for the Casterton and Coleraine Presbyterian Charge 1862-1866
  • GRANT : John Scott GRANT 1822-1879 & Ann KILPATRICK 1826-1903
  • GRANT : William GRANT 1832-1919, b. Somersetshire, England, to James GRANT & Mary COOK, d. Heywood, S-W Victoria, m. 1854 England, to Elizabeth Ann HARRIS 1834-1907, b. Somersetshire, England, d. Heywood, S-W Victoria. He arrived 1855, Carpenter & Undertaker with 9 children born Casterton & Portland, S-W Victoria
  • GRESSELE : James Henry GRESSELE 1862-1933, b. Geelong, Vic., d. Brunswick, Vic., m. 1887 Victoria, to Rachel STEPHENS 1860-1916, b. Robe district, SA, d. Apsley, S-W, Victoria, 6 children, James racehorse owner of Casterton (1920), hotelkeeper of Apsley, Koroit & Brunswick. Both buried at Apsley, S-W Victoria.
  • GRINHAM : Israel GRINHAM 1836-1893 & Margery McNEIL 1839-1904
  • GUEST : John Gilbert "Bert" GUEST 1885-1915, b. Melbourne, Victoria, son of Edwin GUEST & Eleanor CARFRAE, chauffeur for Mr. Goodman HARRIS of Casterton in 1915, d. Melbourne, Vic., result of a car crash.
  • GUILIANO : Frank William GUILIANO 1898-1972, b. Melbourne, Vic., to Giovanni GUILIANO & Annette PORTELLI, WW1 service in France with 5th Machine Gun Battalion, AIF, d. Melbourne, Victoria, m. 1928, to Dorothy Louisa Alice BUTTERS 1901-1992, b. Foster, Vic., d. Melbourne, Victoria ; 3 children ; proprietors "The Henty Cafe" Casterton 1938-46.
  • HAMILTON : John Prendergast HAMILTON P.M. 1827-1884, b. Ayrshire, Scotland, to Lt Col John Ferrier HAMILTON & Georgina Prendergast VEREKER, d. Hamilton, S-W Victoria, m. 1858 Melbourne, Victoria, to Agnes Margaret BUCHANAN 1827-1910, b. England, d. Melbourne, Victoria, J. P. HAMILTON arrived 1853, was Police Magistrate [P.M.] for this district 1869-1883, based at Hamilton, S-W Victoria.
  • HAMMERTON : James HAMMERTON 1886-1949, b. Allendale, Vic., to Richard Frederick HAMMERTON & Jane Victoria ASHTON, WW1 service with 59th Battalion & AFC, d. Melbourne, Vic., m. 1920, to Eliza Smith "Lil" McBEAN 1879-1947, b. Casterton, S-W Vic., to Alexander McBEAN & Emma SMITH, d. Casterton, s-W Voc., both buried in the Casterton new Cemetery.
  • HANDLEY : Elijah Coldicott HANDLEY 1823-1860 & Frances "Fanny" JAY, blacksmith, Casterton.
  • HARRIS : Samuel Goodman HARRIS c.1812-1892, b. Prussia, Europe, son of ...?..., Hawker and Storekeeper of Digby, Sandford and "H. and G. HARRIS," Henty-street, Casterton, d. Casterton, S-W Victoria, m. Prussia (Poland) to Hannah "Annie" SOLOMONS, c.1818-1911, b. Prussia to ...?..., d. Casterton, S-W Victoria. 5 sons : Barnett, Joseph, Hynam, Lazarus and Goodman "Goodie" HARRIS.
  • HENEGHAN : Rev. Father John Thomas HENEGHAN 1880-1918, b. Doogary, Co Mayo, Ireland; at Casterton R.C. Church 1914; served as Pte 3772, 14th Field Ambulance, AIF; KIA Belgium 1918; named on the Casterton War Memorial.
  • HENTY : HENTY Bros (Edward, Frank, John & Stephen) settled "Merino Downs," "Muntham," & "Sandford" in 1837.
  • HEREWANE : Stephen HEREWANE abt.1825-1903, b. New Zealand, of Casterton, Vic 1888-89, of Mount Gambier, SA 1895-96, died New Zealand ?, m. ..?.. to Jane RALSTON, 7 children including 2 born at Casterton, S-W Victoria, some deaths in South Australia.
  • HILL : James HILL ~1829-1915 & Mary Ann HOOK ~1833-1869 (7 ch'n), & Louisa Jane HOOK 1848-1922 (8 ch'n) arr. 1851 Portland, labourer of Casterton.
  • HINKLEY : Edward Thomas HINKLEY 1844-1925, b. Leicestershire, England to Edward HINKLEY and Rhoda WILFORD, d. Warragul, Victoria; m. Anna Maria SIMS c.1854-1947, b. Gawler, South Australia, to John William Stacey SIMS and Eliza Louisa HAMS, d. Warragul, Victoria; children at Chetwynd, Casterton & Sandford, S-W Victoria.
  • HUGHES : John HUGHES 1815-1902, b. Wales, arrived 1841, stonemason of Melbourne, Portland, Sandford & Casterton, children at Melbourne & Portland, d. Casterton, S-W Vic., m. 1840, Wales to Margaret STOKES 1818-1904, both buried in the Sandford Cemetery.
  • HUMPHRIES : Charles HUMPHRIES 1815-1898 & Caroline SAMPSON 1827-1912
  • HUNT : Dr. Henry Robert HUNT 1839-1869 b. Dublin, Ireland to Henry Robert HUNT & ...., Surgeon of Ballarat (1862), Casterton (1865-67), Coleraine (1869), died Hamilton Hospital, aged 30y.
  • HUNT : Robert HUNT c.1822-1858 m. 1844, Yorkshire, England to Mary FRETWELL c.1816-1858 of Noss-road, Casterton, murdered by their neighbour George WAINES.
  • HURRELL : John Walter HURRELL c.1840-1921, b. Isle of Jersey, United Kingdom to .....?....., bootmaker of Byaduk and Casterton, S-W Victoria, died Colac, Victoria, m. 1867 to Annie Elizabeth WILLIAMS (nee WEBLEY) 1841-1901, b. Melbourne to William WEBLEY and Mary Ann WOOD.
  • HURST : George HURST 1819-1883, b. Lancashire, England, to George HURST and ..?.., brickmaker of Casterton, d. Casterton, S-W Victoria; m. 1855 Bacchus Marsh, Victoria to Mary Annie AHERN 1836-1912 b. Co Cork, Ireland, to James AHERN and Margaret DUGGAN; 8 children born Bacchus Marsh and Casterton, Victoria; d. Melbourne, Victoria.
  • HURST : George Patrick HURST 1857-1934, b. Bacchus Marsh, Victoria to George HURST and Mary Annie AHERN, d. Casterton, S-W Victoria; m. 1878 to Annie Catherine WHITE c.1856-1943 (sister of Thomas Tremain WHITE 1856-1931) b. Adelaide, SA to Thomas TREMAIN (aka WHITE) and Ellen Maria BRENNAN, d. Casterton, S-W Victoria.
  • ILLINGWORTH : John ILLINGWORTH 1835-1915 b. Goosnargh, Lancashire, England to Robert ILLINGWORTH and Margaret BAILEY, Blacksmith, Wheelwright & Coach Builder of Ballarat & Casterton, Victoria, d. Casterton, S-W Victoria, m. 1867 to Sarah Jane CULLIFORD 1836-1923, b. Hobart Town, VDL (Tasmania) to George CULLIFORD and Mary SMITH.
  • INGPEN : Thomas Lane INGPEN 1847-1922, b. London, England, to Robert Frederick INGRAM & Annie Selina LANE, stock & station agent of Casterton, S-W Vic. 1883-1896, d. Melbourne, Vic., m. 1871, ..., Victoria to Charlotte HODGSON c.1842-1925, b. London, England to Thomas HODGSON and Charlotte BARKER. 8 children born 1872-1884 in NSW & Vic.
  • INGRAM : Francis Seymour INGRAM ......, Clerk of Petty Sessions "Pearson's Station" 1849-50.
  • JACKSON : James JACKSON c.1800-..?.., b. ......, a squatter with Matthew GIBSON on "Roseneath" Pastoral Run 1840-43, Glenelg River; on his own on nearby "Dergholm" Pastoral Run 1841-1846.
  • JAMES : Henry Cottenham JAMES 1831-1898 & Helen WAYTE 1837-1923
  • JEFFREYS : Robert William JEFFREYS 1851-1921 b. Liverpool, England to Thomas JEFFREYS and Mary Anne GOMERY, d. Casterton, S-W Victoria; m. 1875, Casterton, Victoria to Johanna "Annie" DAVIS 1853-1926, b. Portland, S-W Victoria to David Thomas DAVIS and Johanna RYAN; d. Casterton, S-W Victoria. Saddler of Casterton 1882.
  • JEFFREYS : Thomas JEFFREYS 1829-1903, b. Liverpool, Engand to Robert JEFFREYS and Anne WILLIAMS, d. Casterton, S-W Victoria; m. 1850, Liverpool, England to Mary Ann GOMERY 1829-1897, b. Liverpool, England to Samuel GOMERY and Frances LAMBERT, d. Casterton, S-W Victoria.
  • JELLY : George JELLY 1815-1896, b. Co Down, Ireland, to William JELLY & Jane IRWIN, builder of Casterton, S-W Victoria 1856-1896, d. Casterton, S-W Victoria, m. 1850, Lancashire, England to Jane SHAW 1832-1920, b. Lancashire, England to Mark SHAW and Mary LAW, d. Casterton. George & Jane SHAW & daughter Mary arrived at Portland, Victoria on the "Athletae" in 1855, 8 more children were born 1856-1873.
  • JENNINGS : George JENNINGS 1838-1913, b. Wiltshire, England to Thomas JENNINGS and Jane CROUCH, Inn-keeper "Woodside Inn" Bahgallah, Victoria; d. Swan Hill, Victoria, m. 1860 to Jane COOK 1841-1924, b. London, England to William COOK and Rebecca WEEKS, d. Swan Hill, Victoria; children at Mount Gambier, Sandford & Casterton, d. Swan Hill.
  • JESSUP : Walter JESSUP 1828-1896, b. Norfolk, England to James JESSUP and Alice JACOB, m. 1847, England to Harriet WELLS 1824-1852, died a few days after their ship "Marmion" arrived at Portland, S-W Victoria. Walter remarried in 1854 to Jane Elizabeth RICHARDSON 1829-1887, b. Ireland, 10 children at Portland, Mount Gambier, Ardno & Casterton, died Casterton, S-W Victoria. Walter remarried in 1890 to Elizabeth MADDICK (nee SANDRY) 1839-1893, she died at Portland, Victoria. Walter died at Killara, S-W of Casterton.
  • JOHNSON : Robert JOHNSON ~1802-1867, laborer, died, aged 65y, Casterton.
  • JONES : Jesse JONES 1836-1914, b. Cheshire, England, to Thomas JONES & Mary JOHNSON, d. Manly, NSW., m. 1860, Portland, Victoria to Ann ASHWELL 1835-1905, children at Drumborg, Harrow, Merino, Casterton, Chetwynd, Vic., & Balranald, NSW. Landholder of "Yang Yang" Maude, NSW bef 1914.
  • JONES : William JONES c.1831- ? , b. London, England, to John JONES & Mary OLIVER, Cook of "Warrock" Station in 1862, d. ...?..., m. 1862, "Warrock" Station, Victoria to Elizabeth ANDERSON c.1839- ? , of "Warrock" Station in 1862, then....?....
  • JOSKE : Dr. John Webster JOSKE 1921-1981, b. Balranald, NSW, d. Hamilton, S-W Vic., m. Sandra ___. Casteron doctor for many years, buried Casterton new cemetery. Served with the RAAF in WW2.
  • KAMPF : Henry Burford KAMPF ~1817-1894, Clerk of Petty Sessions "Pearson's Station" 1849.
  • KEDDELL : Jackson KEDDELL 1831-1910 & Mary CORBETT ~1845-1880, Police Sgt., Casterton, 1856, moved to NZ where he married and had a family
  • KELLY : James KELLY c.1832-1901, b. Co Kilkenny, Ireland, to Patrick KELLY and Mary RYAN, farmer of Bahgallah, near Casterton c.1870-1901, d. Casterton, S-W Vic., m. Normanville, SA to Mary MANGAN c.1833-1920, b. ......., to .... and ...., d. Casterton, S-W Victoria, buried Casterton new cemetery. James arrived (with 4 siblings) Port Adelaide, SA on the "Omega" in 1857. 10 children, b. S.A. & Vic. Son and grandson on WW1 Bahgallah Honour Roll.
  • KELLY : John KELLY c.1827-1892, Stationhand, died at "Dunrobin" Station in October 1892, aged about 65 years, buried at Casterton, no other links.
  • KENT : Thomas KENT 1812-1901 & Mary Ann DICKSON 1822-1918, at Casterton pre 1850, large family, both died Millicent, SA.
  • KIM : Gin Meng KIM 1865-1951, b. China, arrived Tasmania in 1881, then in 1884 to "Runnymede" Station, Sandford, Victoria, m. 1899 to Ethel May TONG c.1882-1960; Market Gardener at "Runnymede" Station, Sandford & Casterton, died Casterton, buried in Casterton Cemetery. Children born 1901-1926 at Sandford & Casterton.
  • KIRBY : Edmund KIRBY 1823-1876 & Mary FINN 1822-1913
  • KIRBY : James KIRBY 1824-1888 & Ellen FINN 1820-1903
  • KIRBY : Mary KIRBY 1823-1876 & Alexander McKINLAY abt 1815-1848 & Alfred Maria von St LUZ BODEN 1818-1891.
  • KIRKWOOD : William KIRKWOOD 1822-1898, b. Quebec, Canada to John KIRKWOOD & Rebecca YOUNG, d. Buckley Swamp, near Hamilton, S-W Vic., m. 1842 Paisley, Renfrewshire, Scotland, to Jane O'MAY 1822-1906, b. Paisley, Renfrewshire, Scotland, to Thomas O'MAY and Catherine MILLER, d. Buckley Swamp, near Hamilton, S-W Vic. Arrived at Portland, S-W Vic. in 1852, employed at "Warrock" Station before settling at Buckley Swamp, near Hamilton, S-W Vic.
  • LAWRENCE : Colin Matheson LAWRENCE 1858-1945 & Alice Selina RICHARDSON 1859-1948
  • LAWSON : James LAWSON c.1815-1864, of Norfolkshire, England, at "The Hummocks" Glenelg River in 1853, d. ... ; m. 1850 in VDL to Elizabeth NORMAN 1822-1905, b. England, d. Korweinguboora, Victoria.
  • LEHANE : Jeremiah LEHANE 1843-1924, b. Co Cork, Ireland m. bef. 1864 to Anne Honora O'SULLIVAN, arrived, with 4 children, from Co Cork, Ireland at Sandford in 1869, settled at Bahgallah in 1870, farmed there until Anne died in 1914 and Jeremiah in 1924. 8 children.
  • LEONARD : William LEONARD c.1830-1926, b. Co Kerry, Ireland, to John LEONARD & Ann EGAN, Casterton Pound-keeper and Horse-racing organizer 1855-60, d. Melbourne, Victoria, m. 1875, Dublin, Ireland to Maude Mararet Christiana BLAKE c.1850-1938, b. Co Galway, Ireland to Charles BLAKE and Margaret DUNKIN, 3 children born Melbourne, Victoria.
  • LEWIS : Henry Charles "Harry" 1894-1969, b. Homebush, near Avoca, Victoria to George Henry LEWIS and Louisa Ann HARRIS, carrier, mechanic and grader driver of South Melbourne and Casterton, S-W Victoria, died Melbourne, Victoria, m. 1922 to Margaret Irene McCORMACK 1900-1988, b. Melbourne to James McCORMACK and Margaret WARD, d. Melbourne, Victoria. 3 children.
  • LOWHAM : Rev. Father John Phillip LOWHAM 1869-1927, b. Ballarat, Vic., Casterton R.C. Parish Priest ~1911-1927, died Geelong, Vic., buried Ballarat, Vic.
  • MAPPISON : Henry MAPPISON 1830-1874, 1st wife drowned 1851, Glenelg Crossing Place & Mary CURRAN 1840-1919.
  • MATHESON : Farquhar MATHESON c.1792-1883, b. Scotland, d. Dwyer's Creek, near Sandford, m. Mary MATHESON c.1812-1903, arrived on the "New Zealander" at Portland in 1853 with wife, children, nephew & nieces, at "Yambuk" and "Nangeela" stations, selector of Dwyer's Creek, d. Dwyer's Creek near Sandford. Farquhar and Mary are buried in the Old Casterton Cemetery.
  • MATHESON : Murdoch MATHESON, Overseer, "Nangeela" station in 1862 for William McPHERSON 1822-1866.
  • MAY : Joseph MAY 1850-1896, b. Melbourne, Victoria, resided Hamilton, Victoria (1876), wheelwright of Merino (1877), resided Casterton 1878-1893, d. Melbourne, Victoria, m. 1875 to Eliza Jane ELLIOTT c.1852-1926, b. ..?.. to William ELLIOTT and Mary Ann BRIGHTON?, 8 children, d. Melbourne, Victoria.
  • Alexander McBean, Balcksmith, Casterton McBEAN : Alexander "Sandy" McBEAN 1842-1917, Renfrewshire, Scotland, son of William McBEAN & Ann ROBERTSON, d. 1917, Casterton, Victoria m. Emma SMITH 1846-1925, b. 1845, Norfolkshire, England to Henry SMITH and Mary Ann LIVOCK. Alexander became a blacksmith of Sandford, Carapook, Edenhope & Casterton, S-W Victoria.
  • McCLELLAND : Norman Clifton McCLELLAND 1896-..?.., b. Melbourne, Vic., son of Hugh Samuel McCLELLAND and Marion Isabel LAING, m. 1920 to Dora Avelon Renton KOHN c.1894-1974. "Casterton Hotel" licensee 1947-1950.
  • McCOMBE : Samuel McCOMBE 1841-1929 b. Northern Ireland, son of John McCOMBE & Mary McGUINESS, m. Sarah Elizabeth HUMPHRIES 1848-1936, ch'n at Sandford & Casterton, buried in the Casterton Cemetery.
  • McCULLOCH : Thomas William McCULLOCH c.1818-1892, b. Scotland, arrived Port Phillip 1838, Squatter "The Hummocks" (later "Retreat" on the Glenelg & Wando rivers) 1840-'46 d. Bendigo, Vic., ; m. 1842 Launceston (VDL) to Ann McDONALD c.1817-1888, b. Isle of Coll, Scotland, daughter of Roderick McDONALD & Ann McLEAN. A son born at "The Hummocks" in 1844.
  • McDONALD : George McDONALD 1814-1871, b. Edinburgh, Scotland, shepherd on "Retreat" Station, d. Casterton, S-W Vic., m. 1854 Wannon, S-W Vic., to Esther COSGROVE 1822-1908, b. Co Tipperary, Ireland, d. Casterton, S-W Victoria, both buried in Casterton old cemetery. 7 children.
  • McEACHERN : Hugh McEACHERN 1776-1863 & Mary Margaret STEWART 1780-1834 & Mary Ann CAMPBELL 1794-1882, Squatter of "Heathfield" Station.
  • McEACHERN : William McEACHERN 1814-1895, b. Morven, Argyll, Scotlant, eldest son of Hugh McEACHERN & Mary Margaret STEWART, manager "Springbank" 1841-45 for John McPHERSON, settler of "Strathdownie East" 1851, d. Rosewood, N.S.W., m.1 1852 to Euphemia KYLE 1813-..?..; m.2 1856 to Mary Elizabeth HOLDEN 1832-1899, daughter of John HOLDEN & Mary Elizabeth BRIDGLAND.
  • McEWEN : Peter McEWEN 1840-1902, b. Argyllshire, Scotland, arrived 1863, station manager "Argyle" 1868, then "Dunrobin" until 1902, 6 ch'n. 1873-84, d. "Dunrobin" Casterton; m. 1872 to Janet "Jessie FLETCHER 1844-1904, b. Argyllshire, Scotland, daughter of Peter FLETCHER & Margaret GARROW.
  • McFARLANE : Alexander Campbell McFARLANE c.1822-1896, b. Mull, Argyllshire, Scotland, to Robert McFARLANE and Anne CAMPBELL, arrived at Portland, S-W Victoria in 1854, station manager at "Roseneath" Casterton and "Penola" SA for RALSTON & SIMSON, later at "Monbeong Lake" near Nelson, S-W Victoria, where he died. He married on Mull in 1853 to Ann McLEAN 1828-1907, b. Mull, Argyllshire, Scotland, d. Mt Gambier, SA. 7 children, 4 born at "Roseneath" Glenelg River.
  • McINTYRE : Hugh McINTYRE 1819-1883 b. Argyllshire, Scotland, of "Retreat" and "Foxhall" stations near Casterton, d. New Zealand, m. 1844 VDL to Grace YOUNG 1813-1880, b, Scotland, d. New Zealand.
  • McINTYRE : John McINTYRE 1817-1888 & Mary McKAY 1823-1923 from Isle of Skye to Portland, Kaladbro, Bahgallah and Casterton; 11 children.
  • McINTYRE : Thomas McINTYRE 1827-1878 b. Isle of Bute, Scotland, at Casterton in the 1860s, d. Hamilton, Victoria, m. 1852 Mary Ann MARTIN 1836-..?.. b. Isle of Skye, Scotland; 14 children.
  • McKEAN : John Joseph McKEAN 1870-1916, b. Ballarat, Victoria, to Peter McKEAN & Martha LEIGO, later of Colac, Victoria and was a horticulturalist at Casterton c.1906. He was a gardener of Germanton (Holbrook), NSW when he enlisted in the 1st AIF in 1915. Killed in action at Pozieres on 6 Aug 1916, with 45th Battalion, AIF.
  • McKINLAY : Alexander McKINLAY abt 1815-1848 & Mary KIRBY 1823-1876
  • McKINNON : John McKINNON ~1837-1913, b. Mull, Scotland, son of John & Christina McKINNON m. 1868 at Sandford, S-W Vic., to Mary HOULIHAN ~1840-1914, b. Cork, Ireland to Laurence HOULIHAN & Catherine MURPHY, 5 ch'n at Casterton, both parents died Yarrawonga, Vic.
  • McLEAN : Hector Alexander McLEAN c.1835-1897, b. North America, m. 1872, Victoria, Australia to Mary Ann HUMPHRIES, 7 children born at Sandford and Casterton, buried in the Sandford Cemetery.
  • McLEAN : Malcolm McLEAN 1840-1873 & Margaret Ross MORRISON 1846-1925
  • McLELLAN : Donald McLELLAN 1823-1902, b. Argyllshire, Scotland, pastoralist of "Dunrobin" pre 1857, "Cove" station, d. Hamilton, m. Elizabeth McPHERSON ~1831-1869, d. "Cove" station.
  • McLELLAN : John McLELLAN 1815-1874, b. Argyllshire, Scotland, squatter of "Tullich" station 1846-1855, d. Hamilton, m. Marion BROWNLIE 1816-1878, both buried at Hamilton.
  • McLEOD : Donald McLEOD 1863-1949, b. Barrabool Hills (Geelong), Victoria to Neil McLEOD and Margaret GILLIES; dairy farmer of Retreat-road, Dunrobin Estate, near Casterton, S-W Victoria; d. Casterton, S-W Victoria, m. 1903 to Eliza Jane McINNES 1872-1848, b. Cressy, Victoria to Donald McINNES and Agnes DEVLIN, d. Casterton, S-W Victoria.
  • McMASTER : Dugald McMASTER c.1832-1905, b. ...?..., Scotland to John McMASTER and Catherine McKINNON, d. Casterton, S-W Victoria; m. 1867 ...?... Victoria, to Isabella EDGAR 1840-1919, b. Dumfries, Scotland to James EDGAR & Isabella SCOTT, d. Casterton, S-W Victoria; 6 ch'n at Croxton and Tarrayoukyan, both parents buried Casterton New Cemetery.
  • McMILLAN : John McMILLAN 1882-1970, b. Merino, S-W Victoria to John McMILLAN & Margaret "Peggy" McDONALD, resided Casterton and Dunrobin 1910-..?.., [1921 photo at Dunrobin] d. Melbourne, Victoria; m. 1909, Hotspur, S-W Victoria to Florence "Flora" McEACHERN 1883-1971, b. Melbourne, Victoria to Annie Jane McEACHERN, d. Ballarat, Victoria.
  • McNEE : Arthur McNEE 1880-1956, b. Penshurst, Victoria to Archibald McNEE and Anna Naria DREWITT; single, farm labourer for Donald McLEOD, dairy farmer of Retreat-road, Dunrobin Estate, near Casterton, S-W Victoria; d. Melbourne, Victoria; served in France as Pte 8307, 8th Battalion, AIF; named Dunrobin Honour Roll.
  • McPHERSON : John McPHERSON 1798-1875, b. Isle of Skye, Scotland to Peter McPHERSON & Catherine McBEAN, Squatter of "Springbank" Station, Casterton 1841-52, d. Melbourne, Victoria, m. 1825, Scotland to Helen WATSON 1804-1872.
  • McPHERSON : William McPHERSON 1822-1866 & Marie Bennett CLARKE 1817-1896 of "Nangeela" station.
  • McRAE : John McKenzie McRAE c.1833-1892, b. .... Station Overseer of "Heathfield" & "Dunrobin" stations, d. Mount Gambier, SA, m. 1868 to Jane McINTYRE (nee McEACHERN) 1835-1906, b. Morven, Argyllshire to Hugh McEACHERN & Mary Ann CAMPBELL, d. Mount Gambier, SA.
  • MERCER : George MERCER 1838-1886 & Hariet RINGER 1837-1901
  • MERCHANT : Frederick Leopold MERCHANT 1838-1894, b. Yorkshire, England to Charles Edward MERCHANT and Mary Elizabeth POOLE, Electic Telegraph Operator in charge, Casterton (1865), selector of Bahgallah (1873), d. Melbourne, Victoria; m. 1861, to Matilda Christian WILSON 1843-1889, b. Greenwich, England to John WILSON and Martha CRANFIELD, d. Melbourne, Victoria. 13 children 1862-1887.
  • MILLARD : Vincent MILLARD 1825-1883, 1863 sawyer of The Punt (Nelson), 1870s farmer of Bahgallah, Vic. d. Mount Gambier, SA, m.1 Frances BRAMPTON 1827-1866, m.2 Louisa Charlotte LEY 1847-1921
  • MILLER : Robert Charles MILLER 1837-1932, b. London, England to James MILLER and Sarah RUSSELL, Apothecary (chemist) of Heywood and Casterton, purchased the "Rising Sun" hotel at Hotspur in 1885, d. Casterton, S-W Victoria; m. 1869, South Australia to Hannah MILNES 1852-1942, b. Lancashire, England to Francis MILNES and Elizabeth BENTLEY, d. Casterton, S-W Victoria. 12 children 1870-1895.
  • MITCHELL : Charles MITCHELL c.1823-1858, b. Renfrewshire, Scotland, Station Overseer "Dunrobin" (1856) d. 1858, Casterton, S-W Victoria ; m. "Rereat" to Margaret DWYER c.1832-1899, b. Co. Clare, Ireland, d. Merino, S-W Vic.
  • MOON : Rupert Theo Vance MOON V.C. 1892-1986, b. Bacchus Marsh, Vic., Bank clerk of Casterton bef. 1914, awarded V.C. 1917, France, m. 1931 Susan Alison May VINCENT 1906- ?, b. Binnum, SA., g-daughter of John ROBERTSON 1808-1880.
  • MOONEY : Francis James MOONEY c.1837-1917, b. ..?.., of Casterton (1917), d. Dec. 1917, Hamilton hospital, aged 80y.
  • MOONEY : James Francis MOONEY 1840-1906, b. Melbourne, Port Phillip, to John MOONEY & Catherine LYNCH, d. Dergholm, S-W Vic., m. Annie McDONALD c.1832-1900, both buried Casterton new cemetery. 5 children, b. Penola, SA.
  • MORESEY : Thomas Henry MORESEY 1831-1898, b. Co Kilkenny, Ireland, to Richard MORESEY & Mary HEFFERNAN, farmer of Bahgallah, near Casterton 1865-98, d. Casterton, S-W Vic., m. Ireland to Eleanor "Ellen " KELLY 1833-1927, b. Co Kilkenny, Ireland, to Patrick KELLY and Mary RYAN, d. Casterton, S-W Victoria, buried Casterton new cemetery. Arrived Port Adelaide, SA on the "Fitzjames" in 1855. 7 children, b. S.A. & Vic.
  • MORRISON : Adam Campbell MORRISON 1830-1912, b. Sutherlandshire, Scotland, son of John MORRISON & Mary CAMPBELL, arrived 1854, Portland, S-W Victoria, South Australia, Casteron, died Bahgallah, S-W Victoria; m. 1854 Ross-shire, Scotland to Johanna ROBERTSON c.1831-1910, b. Ross-shire, Scotland to John ROBERTSON and Mary McLEAN, died Bahgallah (near Casterton). 11 children born South Australia.
  • MORSE : Henry Thomas Easthope MORSE 1824-1895, b. Gloucestershire, England to Henry MORSE & Sarah EASTHOPE, d. Melbourne, Vic., teacher at Casterton Denominational School 1859-60, m.1 1847 Kent, England, to Elizabeth PAGE c.1826-1859, b. Sussex, England, to Jonathan PAGE & Elizabeth ..., d. Casterton, S-W Victoria, 6 children ; m.2 to Louisa HOLMES 1827-1892, teacher at Casterton in 1859, d. Melbourne, Vic., 5 children.
  • MOTT : Alexander MOTT 1862-1934, b. Mount Gambier, South Australia, to John MOTT & Eliza Jane MOTT, farmer of Tantanoola, SA; Carapook and Bahgallah, near Casterton 1906-13, d. Casterton, S-W Vic., m. Allendale, SA to Martha Ann HOLLAND 1862-1914, b. Kalangadoo, SA, to George HOLLAND and Eleanor POOLE, d. Casterton, S-W Victoria, buried Casterton new cemetery. 10 children, b. Tantanoola, S.A. 1887-1904.
  • MULCAHY : John MULCAHY ~1841-1915, b. Ireland ?, d. Port Adelaide, SA., m. in 1878 at Mt Gambier, SA to Mary Josephine SUTTON ~1854-1919, storekeeper of Sandford, S-W Vic 1880-1882, inn-keeper of "The Bridge Inn" Casterton, S-W Vic 1902-1905.
  • MURPHY : Daniel MURPHY c.1824-1887, b. Co. Limerick, Ireland, bur. Casterton, m. 1860 Vic., to Mary BONNER (nee LAWLER) 1833-1888, b. Co Limerick, Ireland, d. Bahgallah (Casterton), S-W Victoria.
  • MURPHY : Daniel MURPHY 1868-1933, b. Casterton, S-W Victoria to Daniel MURPHY and Mary LAWLER, resided and worked at Bahgallah, Sandford, Wando Dale, Talisker, Henty and Merino, Victoria ; d. Casterton, S-W Victoria ; m. 1901 to Annie WALSH 1873-1955, b. Wando Vale, S-W Victoria, to John WALSH and Mary BURNS, d. Casterton, S-W Victoria. Daniel and Annie MURPHY buried at Merino. 8 children.
  • MURRAY : Alexander Sutherland MURRAY 1846-1900 of Hobart Town, inherited "Dunrobin" after the death of his father William MURRAY in 1871.
  • MURRAY : William MURRAY 1796-1871 of Hobart Town, held the lease of "Dunrobin" Pastoral Run with John Elliot ADDISON 1840-'48 & Stephen ADDISON 1850-'54.
  • NASH : Denis NASH 1835-1903 (early Shire Councillor) & Emily Miles SPICER 1838-1883
  • NEAGLE : James NEAGLE ~1838-1920, farmer, aged 28y & Rose Ann TULLY ~1842-1901, housemaid, aged 24y, both of Casterton, married at Coleraine in 1867, moved to Warrnambool by 1880.
  • NEVILL : William Henry NEVILL 1854-1926 b. Adelaide, South Australia to Barnard Bailey NEVILL and Susannah KINGHAM, d. Melbourne, Victoria; m. 1876 to Honora "Nora" DAVIS 1855-1930, b. Portland, S-W Victoria to David Thomas DAVIS and Johanna RYAN; d. Melbourne, Victoria. Tinsmith of Casterton 1882.
  • NICHOLLS : William NICHOLLS 1855-1934, b. Truro, Cornwall, England to William NICHOLLS & Mary ..., d. Adelaide, SA, m. 1893 Adelaide, SA, to Sophia BARNES 1872-1945, b. Adelaide, SA, to Henry BARNES & Mary PREECE, d. Adelaide, SA. Hotelkeeper "Casterton Hotel" 1905-1916, built the new "Casterton Hotel" by 1908. Son Lt. William Hurtle NICHOLLS 1894-1968 served in WW1 with 9th Light Horse, AIF and the AFC, taken POW after landing his plane behind German lines.
  • NICHOLSON : Joseph NICHOLSON 1820-1907, b. Wigton, Cumberland, England, to Joseph NICHOLSON & Hannah ARMSTRONG, d. Adelaide, S.A., head teacher at Casterton Common School 1876-1878 & Casterton State School 1878-1882, m. 1841, Workington, Cumberland, England to Mary Ann ALLEN c.1815-1878, b. Lancashire, England, to Richard ALLEN & Betty CARRUTHERS, d. Casterton, S-W Victoria. Son John NICHOLSON c.1852-1923, appointed assistant teacher at Casterton in 1879, d. Perth, W.A., newspaper reporter & editor in SA, Vic & WA.
  • NOLAN : William NOLAN c.1810-1856, b. Ireland, arrived Port Phillip before 1842, Squatter "Glenmire" near "Roseneath" and "Warrock" on the Glenelg river 1843-1856 d. "Glenmire"?; m. 1842 Portland Bay to Margaret CARROLL c.1819-1882, b. Co Tipperary, Ireland to John CARROLL and Margaret KENNEDY; 8 children b. "Glenmire" 1843-'56.
  • NORMAN : Stephen NORMAN 1812-1901, b. Norfolk, England, ploughman for Edward HENTY, brickmaker of Sandford, married 1867 to Mary Jane CRAIG 1831-1923, b. Co Tyrone, Ireland, to William CRAIG and Mary DOAK; 3 children born near Sandford, resided Casterton 1901, died Hamilton hospital in 1901, aged 89y-107y.
  • NORTH : Joseph George NORTH ~1873-1937, butcher of Casterton, b. Ballarat, d. Mt Gambier, m.1 Alice Ada Maud ADLINGTON 1872-1909, m.2 Christina Martha BLACK 1885-1970.
  • O'DONNELL : Michael O'DONNELL c.1864-1935, b. ..?.., son of Cornelius O'DONNELL & Margaret McMAHON, d. Warrnamabool, S-W Vic., m. 1913, to Margaret GILLICK 1861-1919, b. Warrnambool, S-W Vic to Michael GILLICK & Margaret SMITH. Michael a "Nangeela" Estate manager in 1915, where Margaret died in 1919, buried Casterton.
  • O'DONNELL : Richard O'DONNELL c.1842-1912, b. Kerry, Ireland, son of Maurice O'DONNELL & Mary Molony, d. Melbourne, Vic., m. 1868, Casterton, S-W Vic., to Rosa CASEY ~1841-1904, b. Tyrone, Ireland to Bernard & Ann CASEY, ch'n at Casterton 1869-1883, resided Casterton & Merino, parents buried in the Sandford Cemetery.
  • OLLE : Francis Liles "Frank" OLLE 1838-1914, b. Suffolk, England, to Francis OLLE & Hannah ILES, d. Penshurst, S-W Vic., m. 1859 at Casterton, S-W Vic. to Elizabeth "Betsy" LAMONT 1836-1920, b. Isle of Mull, Scotland, to Allan LAMONT & Jean "Jane" McLEAN. 9 children at Casterton & Penshurst. Frank a carpeneter of Penshurst then Casterton c.1860, returned to Penshurst in 1863, butcher and Shire Councillor.
  • O'NEIL : James O'NEIL 1820-1897 & Elizabeth Kemp HAXTON 1838-1905
  • O'ROURKE : James Malachy O'ROURKE c.1864-1933, b. Beaufort, Victoria, son of ... & ..., Glenelg Shire Councillor 1915-16, grazier of Glenthompson, Vic., d. Qld., m. 1907, to Johanna Mary GOVE 1872-1956, b. Warrnambool, S-W Vic to William GOVE & Johanna McMAHON, d. Melbourne, Vic.
  • O'SULLIVAN : Dr. Mitchell Henry O'SULLIVAN 1892-1972, b. Yarrawonga, Victoria, to Dr Edward Francis O'SULLIVAN & Fannie Elizabeth MITCHELL, d. 1972 Ballarat, Vic, m. 1919, Melbourne to Margaret Eveline "Marnie" COLVILLE 1899-..?... Medical Practitioner at Casterton 1919-..?.., during which time 3 boys (Brian, John & David) were born. Served in WW1 in France & England as Capt. Australian Medical Corps, AIF.
  • PATTERSON : Archibald PATTERSON c.1808-1880, b. Argyllshire, Scotland to John PATTERSON and ...?..., arrived Portland, Victoria in 1852 with with and children, tailor of Naracoorte, Branxholme & Casterton, d. Casterton, S-W Victoria; m. 1829, Scotland to Flora McKENZIE c.1812-1890, b. Scotland to Duncan McKENZIE and ...?...; d. Nhill, Victoria.
  • PATTERSON : George Robert PATTERSON 1840-1912, b. Renfrewshire, Scotland to Hugh PATTERSON and Isabella ROBERTSON, arrived Victoria in 1849 with parents, pastoral experience with uncle George ROBERTSON of "Warrock" Casterton, inherited "Warrock" after death of George ROBERTSON in 1890; d. "Warrock" Casterton, S-W Victoria; m1. 1876, "Roseneath" station, Casterton, Victoria to Mary Grace SIMSON 1854-1885, b. VDL (Tasmania) to Rev. Charles Blair SIMSON and Mary Anne WILSON; m2. Sara GUILLRIDE c.1853-1908, b. Ireland, d. "Warrock" Casterton, S-W Victoria.
  • PEACHEY : John Saunders Wyld PEACHEY 1826-1912 & Elizabeth BARTER 1828-1892, Carpenter & Store-keeper of Casterton, 4 ch'n.
  • PEARSON : John PEARSON 1800-1885 b. Bathgate, Scotland, d. Portland, S-W Vic., m. 1832, Scotland to Mary SIMPSON 1800-1851, b. Bathgate, Scotland. 5 children. John a squatter of "Refuge" station, "Retreat" or "Pearson's" station & others.
  • PEDEN : Robert James PEDEN 1840-1928, b. Northern Ireland to ... PEDEN and Fanny COOK, arrived Victoria in 1855, storekeeper of Casterton, d. Casterton, S-W Victoria, m. 1868, Casterton, Victoria to Janet "Jessie SUTHERLAND 1837-1920, b. Scotland to William SUTHERLAND and Janet McDONALD. 8 children.
  • PEEBLES : Norman Alexander PEEBLES 1870-1934, b. Camperdown, Victoria, son of John Horne PEEBLES & Anna Maria JENNINGS, Glenelg Shire Councillor 1916-17, grazier, stock & station agent, Casterton, S-W Vic., d. Casterton, m. 1919, to Aileen patricia May SHIELS 1887-1955, b. Melbourne, Vic., to William SHIELS & Jane "Jeanie" ROBERTSON, d. Coleraine, S-W Vic.
  • PITCHER : Aaron PITCHER 1804-1859 of "Muntham," Casterton & "Richmond" station built a wattle-and-daub house at "Crossing Place" (Casterton) ~1851.
  • PLUMLEY : Hester Mary Tucker PLUMLEY (nee COUCH / CROUCH) 1825-1916, widow arrived 1892 of Sandford & Casterton; b. Wiltshire, England, d. Casterton.
  • PUGH : William Thomas PUGH 1835-1886, b. London, son of Charles PUGH & Isabella AUSTIN, station manager at "Spring Bank" station (Casterton-Sandford), farmer and Inn-keeper of "Surrey Park Hotel" Brimboal (Wando Vale-Chetwynd), m. 1859 at Melbourne, Victoria to Janet "Jessie" STEWART 1834-1890, b. Fifeshire, Scotland to Peter STEWART and Christine FISHER. 4 children at Horsham & "Spring Bank" Station, near Sandford, parents died at Casterton and buried in the Casterton Cemetery.
  • RADFORD : Dr Caleb RADFORD 1813-1888, surgeon & district coroner & Mary Sarah WESTON 1812-1877
  • RALSTON : David RALSTON 1800-1878, b. Ayrshire, Scotland, son of Gavin RALSTON & Jean URIE, d. Dergholm, S-W Victoria, m. 1826 at Launceston, VDL to Janet RALSTON c.1798-1861, daughter of Robert RALSTON & Elizabeth BRYCE, ch'n in VDL, d. Launceston, Tasmania.
  • RALSTON : John RALSTON 1810-1880, b. Inch, Wigtonshire, Scotland, to Robert RALSTON & Elizabeth BRYCE, squatter of "Roseneath" 1849-'75 & "Dergholm" stations, Casterton, S-W Vic., d. "Logan Falls" Evandale, Tasmania, m. 1844 at Launceston, VDL (Tasmania) to Rachel Weir HUTCHINSON 1823-1872, of Edinburgh, Scotland, d. "Logan Falls" Evandale, Tamania.
  • RALSTON : John RALSTON 1837-1891, b. Launceston, VDL, son of David RALSTON & Janet RALSTON, of "Roseneath" station, Casterton, S-W Vic., d. Casterton, S-W Victoria, m. 1877 at Casterton, S-W Victoria to Eleanor PARKINSON 1830-1912, b. Nottinghamshire, England to John PARKINSON & Laura FOOTTIT, d. Casterton, S-W Victoria.
  • RALSTON : Robert Haywood RALSTON 1830-1899, b. Evandale, VDL (Tasmania), son of David RALSTON & Janet RALSTON, of "Dunrobin" & "Roseneath" stations, Casterton, Vic., d. Penola, S-E South Australia, m. 1853 at "Dunrobin" Station, S-W Victoria to Jane Osborne Bryce ROSS 1830-1875, probable daughter of Peter ROSS & Marion BRYCE, ch'n in VDL, Vic & SA. d. Penola, SA.
  • RAPKEN : Simon RAPKEN 1823-1892, b. Russia to Nathaniel RAPKEN & Esther ...?..., d. Casterton, S-W Victoria, m.1 Sarah .... (2 sons Moses & John) m.2 1883 to Sarah DAVIS (3 children). Simon was a storekeeper at Sandford 1867-1870-..?.., at Casterton before 1892, Glenelg Shire Councillor 1887-1890, 1890-1892.
  • RICHARDSON : John Thomas "Jack the Shingler" RICHARDSON 1820-1910 & Ellen CURRAN 1832-1907 of Casterton.
  • ROBERTSON : Angus ROBERTSON 1795-1879 & Jeanette McPHERSON 1816-1900 "Struan" on Wannon
  • ROBERTSON : Duncan ROBERTSON 1799-1882 & Ann FRASER 1809-1853 "Struan" on Wannon, "Satimer" & "Gringegalgona"
  • ROBERTSON : George ROBERTSON 1807-1890 & Mary Ann ROBERTSON 1804-1886 of "Warrock" station.
  • ROBERTSON : John ROBERTSON 1808-1880 & Susan Ann Tait Cetwill FRASER 1832-1906 "Struan" on Wannon, "Struan" on Mosquito Creek.
  • ROBERTSON : John George ROBERTSON 1803-1863 & Mary McCONOCHIE ~1812-1885 "Wando Vale"
  • ROBERTSON : William ROBERTSON 1811-1864 & Annie McPHERSON ~1834-..?.. "Struan" on Wannon, "Wando Vale"
  • ROLPH : Samuel ROLPH 1849-1929 b. Chilwell, Geelong, son of Nathaniel ROLPH & Hannah BRYANT, m. 1871, to Elizabeth Jane FRENCH 1847-1917 ; flour miller, ch'n at Hamilton & Sandford, S-W Vic, Samuel & Elizabeth buried in the Casterton New Cemetery.
  • ROSS : Donald ROSS 1822-1912, b. Sutherland, Scotland, son of George ROSS & Jessie SUTHERLAND, m. in 1857 at Portland to Margaret CAMPBELL 1834-1914, daughter of Alexander CAMPBELL & Ann POLSON, ch'n at Portland, Sandford 1860-1863 & Casterton, buried Casterton.
  • ROSS : James ROSS J.P. 1863-1935, b. Sandford, son of Donald ROSS & Margaret CAMPBELL, m. Frances Mary Elizabeth McEACHERN 1872-1955, ch'n at Casterton, buried Casterton.
  • ROWAN : John ROWAN 1841-1920 & Annie Louisa WILLIAMS 1849-1892
  • Rev Dr Francis Thomas Cussack RUSSELL 1823-1876RUSSELL : Rev. Dr. Francis Thomas Cussack RUSSELL 1823-1876 (sp Margaret SMITHSON), 1st C.of.E. Minister in Glenelg & Wannon, resided "Parsonage-on-the-Wannon," Tahara Bridge.
  • RYAN : Martin RYAN 1842-1916, b. Co Limmerick, Ireland to James RYAN & Catherine McCARTHY, d. Colac, Victoria; m. 1873, Sandford, S-W Victoria to Bridget RUSSELL c.1850-1925, b. Co Tipperary, Ireland, to Michael RUSSELL and Annie DWYER, d. Colac, Victoria. Children at Bahgallah, Casterton & Colac, Victoria.
  • RYAN : Mary Kathleen RYAN 1891-1936, b. Casterton, S-W Victoria to Thomas Nicholas RYAN & Mary Jane TIERNEY, m. Benjamin George WHITE, children at Casterton & Sandford, d. Casterton.
  • RYAN : Timothy RYAN c.1846-1919, b. Co Limerick, Ireland to John RYAN & Honora MURPHY, d. Killara, near Casterton, m. 1876 Casterton to Violet SOMERVILLE c.1850-1908, b. Glasgow, Scotland, to Alexander SOMERVILLE and Mary THOMSON, d. Killara, near Casterton. Farmers of Killara, children at Bahgallah & Sandford.
  • RYAN : Thomas RYAN c.1828-1917, b. Co Tipperary, Ireland to Michael RYAN & Mary O'BRIEN, d. Melbourne, Victoria; m. 1857, Warrnambool, Victoria to Mary DWYER 1835-1910, b. Co Tipperary, Ireland to Thomas DWYER and Mary RYAN, d. Sandford, S-W Victoria. 12 children at Warrnambool, Tower Hill, Casterton and Bahgallah, Victoria.
  • SALT : Richard SALT c.1804-1871, of "Carmichael's" Station near Casterton, died in Mount Gambier Hospital, aged 66y.
  • SAUNDERS : George SAUNDERS c.1835-1892, of "Roseneath" Station near Casterton, died in Hamilton Hospital, aged 57y.
  • SAUNDERS : William Henry Gordon SAUNDERS [M.M.] 1885-1967, b. Myamyn, S-W Vic., to Nicholas George SAUNDERS & Sarah Charlotte NEWELL, d. Tara, Darling Downs, Qld., m. 1904 to Katie ESAM 1886-..?.., b. Warrnambool, S-W Vic., to Samuel Shuttleworth ESAM & Catherine BERESFORD, d. ..?... 7 children. William SAUNDERS attended school and worked at Casterton, served in the 1st AIF (awarded MM in Battle of Fromelles).
  • SCHADE : William Callan SCHADE 1863-1930, b. Bagshot, near Bendigo, Vic., to Hans Peter SCHADE & Mary HAY, d. Melbourne, Vic., m. 1889 to Mary Elizabeth McCOMBE 1867-1952, b. Casterton, S-W Vic., to Samuel McCOMBE & Sarah Elizabeth HUMPHRIES, d. Melbourne. Victoria. 11 children, most born at Casterton, S-W Victoria, 3 sons in WW1.
  • SCHOLFIELD : William SCHOLFIELD 1844-1896 & Agnes BENSON 1850-1918
  • SCOTT : James Manson SCOTT c.1856-1917, b. Scotland, son of John Herbert SCOTT & Anne Elsie MANSON, Grazier of "Noss" Casterton, Glenelg Shire Councillor (President on 4 occasions), d. Casterton, S-W Vic., m. 1888 to Frances Mary HAINES c.1863-1940, daughter of William Benjamin HAINES & Emily KNEEBONE.
  • SEALEY : George SEALEY 1829-1909 & Mary GREENHAM 1834-1915
  • SEDMAN : Frank George SEDMAN 1878-1925, b. Yorkshire, England, British Army service in Boxer Rebellion, Boer War, Sudan, POW in WW1, d. Casterton.
  • SILVESTER : Grenville Archer SILVESTER 1883-1933, b. Coleraine, S-W Vic., son of Eugene SILVESTER 1858-1912; solicitor at Casterton 1908-1933, d. Casterton, m. Alexandra Frances Henty McLEOD 1894-1943
  • SIMSON : Rev. Charles Blair SIMSON 1812-1872, b. Blainslie, Berwickshire, Scotland, son of John SIMSON & Elizabeth SOMERVILLE, a Presbyterian Minister at O'Brien's Bridge, Hobart 1841-1870, squatter of "Roseneath" station, Casterton, Vic., d. "Roseneath" Casterton, S-W Victoria, m. 1846 at Launceston, VDL, to Mary Anne WILSON 1825-1866, d. O'Brien's Bridge, Hobart, Tasmania. 9 children.
  • SKINNER : Dr George Henry SKINNER 1865-1939, b. Brisbane, Qld., Doctor of Casterton 1906-18, m. in 1895 to Sarah Margaret KENNY 1876-1931, of Broadford, Vic., both died at Melbourne.
  • SMITH : Dr. Charles SMITH c.1842-1921, b. London, son of William SMITH and Millicent JEROME, medical practitioner of Casterton 1875-1902, d. Melbourne, m. 1872 to Mary Helen BROWN 1852-1934, b. Hobart Town, VDL to Thomas BROWN & Elizabeth Strachan BROWN, d. Melbourne. 4 children (1 buried at Casterton in 1875).
  • SMITH : George SMITH 1853-1917, b. "Woodburn" Station, Glenelg River, son of Henry SMITH & Sarah LIVOCK, Butcher of Casterton, d. Melbourne, Vic., m. 1874 Casterton, S-W Vic., to Mary GILL 1856-1943, b. Portland, S-W Vic., d. Casterton, S-W Victoria. Both buried in the Casterton new cemetery. 9 children.
  • SMITH : George William "Bombay" SMITH 1813-1892 (1st Shire Secretary) & Ellen TEASDALE 1824-1895
  • SMITH : Henry 1822-1857, b. Northfolkshire, England, d. Casterton, S-W Vic., m. 1844 Norfolkshire, England, to Mary Ann "Sarah" LIVOCK 1824-1920, b. Norfolkshire, England, d. Casterton, S-W Victoria. Both buried in the Casterton old cemetery.
  • SMITH : John SMITH 1824-1904, b. Warwickshire, England, Stonemason & Bricklayer, d. Casterton, S-W Vic., m. 1866 to Jane HUGHES c.1842-1915. Both buried in Casterton new cemetery.
  • SMITH : Dr. William John SMITH 1839-1929, b. London, England, arrived Australia 1869, medical practitioner at Casterton 1872-1873, returned to England in 1875.
  • SMITHAM : William SMITHAM 1832-1906, b. Ludgvan, Cornwall, England, to William SMITHAM and Belinda ELLERY, Hotel-keeper "Casterton Hotel" 1877-80, d. Melbourne, Victoria, m. Louisa Ann ELDRIDGE (nee BURGE) 1839-1926, b. London, England to James BURGE and Charlotte WALTER, d. Melbourne, Victoria. 7 children, 2 born at Casterton.
  • SOUTHERN : George SOUTHERN 1836-..?.., b. Staffordshire, England, m. in 1862 at Portland, S-W Victoria to Unity CORRIE c.1839-1908, b. Co Tyrone, Ireland. George was a Bar keeper at Casterton in 1862 & Unity a servant of Casterton in 1862. He was the Innkeeper "Sandford Hotel" c.1870 & "Woolpack Inn" Digby, c.1873, George has not been tracked after 1878..............? His wife Unity took over the "Woolpack Inn" until it burnt in 1887, for which she was gaoled for arson.
  • SPARKS : James SPARKS c.1827-1915, b. ...?..., old age pensioner, died at Red Cap (near Casterton) aged 87/89y, buried Casterton.
  • SPEHR : Edgar Alexander SPEHR 1886-1971, b. O.B. Flat, South Australia to Christian Otto SPEHR and Lydia Augusta PLOENGES, at Dunrobin (1916), Tahara (1939), d. Mount Gambier, South Australia; m. 1909 Mount Gambier to Elsie Amelia KLINTBERG 1891-1973, b. Yahl, South Australia to Charles Gustav KLINTBERG and Hannah JOHNSON, d. Melbourne, Victoria.
  • SPEHR : Hermann William Frederick SPEHR 1883-1969, b. O.B. Flat, South Australia to Christian Otto SPEHR and Lydia Augusta PLOENGES, farmer at Dunrobin Homestead Block (1917), d. Warrnambool, Victoria; m. 1913 Penola, South Australia to Ivy Clare SHELTON 1890-1959, b. Mount Gambier, South Australia to George SHELTON and Catherine SHORT, d. Warrnambool, Victoria.
  • SPLATT : William Francis SPLATT 1810-1893, b. Devonshire, England, squatter on "Roseneath" Pastoral Run 1843-49, Glenelg River, "Dergholm" Pastoral Run 1846-49, d. Torquay, Devonshire, England, m. to Elizabeth PYNSENT, d. 1878, Torquay, Devonshire, England.
  • SPRIGG : Clarkson SPRIGG 1841-1896, b. Ipswich, Suffolk, England, to Rev. James SPRIGG and Eliza CHRISTOPHERSON, Store-keeper of Casterton (1870s), d. Melbourne, Victoria, m. Marian RYALL 1851-1937, daughter of Thomas Lakeman RYALL and Jane LARK.
  • SPRIGG : James Christian "Albert" SPRIGG 1829-1930, b. Ipswich, Suffolk, England, to Rev. James SPRIGG and Maria GARDINER, Store-keeper (1870s), Coroner, J.P. of Casterton, d. Melbourne, Victoria, m. Naomi WHITE (nee CHEW) c.1820-1901.
  • SPURRELL : William John SPURRELL c.1828-1872 & Maria HOOK 1834-1898, arrived 1852 Portland, butcher of Casterton, 9 ch'n.
  • STACEY : Alexander George STACEY 1899-1954, b. Maldon, Victoria, to John Henry STACEY and Beatrice McMILLAN; served in the 1st AIF, school teacher at Casterton 1926-1935, served in the 2nd AIF (Major); d. 1954, Parkville, Melbourne, m. 1926 to Bessie Elizabeth EVERETT 1896-1981, b. Melbourne, Victoria to Charles Edwin EVERETT and Florence Isabella CAWTHAN, d. 1981, Melbourne, Victoria.
  • STARK : James STARK 1834-1917, b. Dundee, Scotland, m.1 in 1856 at Glasgow, Scotland to Elizabeth BUCHANAN ~1835-1875, m.2 in 1877 at Mount Gambier, SA to Abigail KERR (nee O'CALLAGHAN 1839-1922 ; of Penola & Lake Mundi.
  • STEELE : Robert STEELE 1815-1895 b. Reigate, Surrey, England, squatter at Poolaijelo & "Dorodong Creek" (1840s), "Yat Nat" (1850s) moved to Otago district, New Zealand 1856, d. 1895 Otago, New Zealandm. & Mary DUANE, 1828-1902, b. Co Waterford, Ireland, d. 1902 Otago, New Zealand.
  • STEPHENS : John "Johnny the Native" STEPHENS, employee at McKINLAY's Inn c.1846-1848.
  • STEVENS : James Kingswell STEVENS 1821-1881 & Charlotte HOSEGOOD 1828-1869, Contractor of Casterton, 1860s, moved to Camperdown, Vic by 1868.
  • STEVENSON : William Henry STEVENSON 1882-1977, b. Penshurst, Vic. m. Maisie Ella WISHART 1888-1978, b. Creswick, Vic. Manager of National Bank, Casterton 1925-1930.
  • STONE : Edwin William Pitt STONE c.1843-1920, b. ...?... to Peter Pitt STONE and ...?..., carrier of Sandford (1873), selector of Bahgallah (1875), d. Mount Gambier, South Australia; m. 1870 Penola, South Australia to Elizabeth NEALL 1853-1939, b. Adelaide, South Australia to Samuel NEALL and Charlotte CURL, d. Adelaide, South Australia.
  • STRATFORD : John STRATFORD 1846-1915, b. Adelaide, SA, d. Millicent, SA, m. Matilda Jane Long SAVAGE ~1848-1937, of Casterton & Dergholm 1870s, 13 ch'n.
  • SULLIVAN : George Francis SULLIVAN 1870-1927 b. Maryborough, Vic., Railway Stationmaster at Casterton 1914-17, m. Florence Ada WILKS 1870-1946, 4 ch'n.
  • SUTHERLAND : John SUTHERLAND J.P. 1822-1886, b. Sutherlandshire, Scotland, arr. 1852, Melbourne; station manager "Dunrobin" (1855) and "Hilgay" (1860); 12 ch'n. 1853-74; later of NSW, d. Adelaide, SA; m. Scotland to Isabella Stuart TOUGH 1833-1886, b. Aryllshire, Scotland.
  • SWAN : William SWAN 1815-1869, b. Scotland, to John SWAN and Anne FLETCHER, d. Tarbet, Loch Lomond, Scotland, m. 1839, Lochgoilhead, Argyllshire, Scotland, to Margaret McMURRICH 1815-1867, b. Agyllshire, Scotland to Duncan McMURRICH and Margaret McCALLUM, d. "Konongwootong West" Station, Coleraine, S-W Victoria. This couple had 11 childen and resided at "Glenormiston," "Ardgarton," "Nangeela," & "Konongwootong West" stations in the Port Phillip District (Victoria) from 1839...
  • TANNER : Edgar TANNER 1874-1919, b. Lara, near Geelong, Vic., to Stephen TANNER & Emily STOWER, d. Casterton, S-W Vic. Hotelkeeper "Casterton Hotel" 1917-1919, m. 1901 Albany, Western Australia, to Emily PROSSER c.1890-1945, b. ..., to John PROSSER & Elizabeth Ann SANDERS, d. Melbourne, Vic. Edgar buried at Casterton.
  • THURMAN : Joseph Samuel THURMAN 1841-1915, b. Bedfordshire, England, d. Melbourne, Vic., m. 1862 Casterton, S-W Vic., to Jane LATCHFORD c.1842-1920, b. Essex, England, d. Naracoorte, SA. Joseph a saddler of Casterton where the first 2 children were born.
  • TUCKETT : William Henry TUCKETT J.P. 1818-1904 & Elizabeth HALL 1820-1903 of "Springbank" station.
  • TURNER : John TURNER 1854-1948, b. Winchelsea, Victoria, m. in 1878 at Casterton, S-W Vic., to Eliza LORD 1858-1943, farmers of Corndale, S-W Vic. & Mount Gambier, SA. [6 children, 3 sons in WW1]
  • TYTHERLEIGH : Robert TYTHERLEIGH 1809-1889, b. Devonshire, England, d. Casterton, S-W Vic., m. Susan GATCH c.1811-1879, b. Devonshire, England, d. Portland, S-W Vic. Robert a Crimean War veteran & blacksmith of Portland, buried Casterton Old Cemetery.
  • URQUHART : Roderick URQUHART 1841-1911, b. Inverness-shire, Scotland to Donald URQUHART and Isabella McDONALD, arrived Melbourne in 1853, former employee on "Muntham" station, drowned in the Glenelg river, Casterton.
  • van EVERY : Percival James van EVERY 1901-1979, b. Glenpatrick, Vic. m. Beatrix Beryl BENNEWORTH 1904-1978, b. Tasmania. Higher Elementary School Teacher, golfer, cricketer, Casterton 1933-1939.
  • VICKERY : John VICKERY 1865-1914, b. Portland, S-W Victoria to Reuben VICKERY & Sarah JENKINS, d. 1914, Casterton, S-W Victoria, m. 1885 to Mary Rebecca PESKETT 1859-1939, b. Merino, S-W Victoria, to Richard PESKETT & Mary Jane TRYER, d. Casterton, S-W Victoria.
  • VICKERY : William Reuben VICKERY 1895-1949, b. Portland, S-W Victoria to Reuben VICKERY & Sarah JENKINS, d. 1949, Casterton, S-W Victoria, m. 1886 to Mary Jane LAMONT 1867-1933, b. Casterton, S-W Victoria, to Murdoch LAMONT & Margaret McALLISTER, d. Casterton, S-W Victoria. Large family at Bahgallah, near Casterton.
  • VEITCH : Christopher VIETCH 1856-1940, b. Scotland, to Christopher VEITCH and Jane HARDIE, d. Perth, Western Australia, m. 1883, Victoria to Catarina CANALE c.1857-1935, b. ...., d. Perth, Western Australia. This couple from Gippsland had 2 children at "Gamboola" Casterton 1889-1991 before moving to NSW and Western Auatrlia.
  • VEITCH : George Knox VIETCH c.1861-1935, b. London, England, to Robert VEITCH and Emily MILLER, d. Casterton, S-W Victoria, m. 1891, Casterton, Victoria to Mary Ann CAFFREY 1865-1948, b. Casterton, S-W Victoria, d. Casterton, S-W Victoria. George VEITCH was the store-manager of "Gillespie's Store for Samuel GILLESPIE until 1910 and purchased "Bartagunyah" near Casterton in 1912.
  • WAINES : George WAINES 1823-1860 m. to Jane ___, arrived 1853, of Noss-road, Casterton, convicted and executed for the murder of his neighbours Robert & Mary HUNT of Noss-road, Casterton. His conviction was based on the work of Detective Charles Townley BROWN 1826-1908.
  • WHITE : Rev. Arthur Flemons WHITE 1861-1926 b. Fiji, Pacific Ocean to Rev. Joseph WHITE and Rachel Ann FLEMONS, Methodist Minister of Casterton 1889-1890, d. Numurkah, Victoria, m. 1890, Casterton Methodist (Wesleyan) Church to Alice Annie ILLINGWORTH 1888-1945, b. Ballarat, Victoria to John ILLINGWORTH and Sarah Jane CULLIFORD.
  • WHITE (aka TREMAIN) : Thomas Tremain WHITE (aka Thomas TREMAIN) 1856-1931. b. Adelaide, SA to Thomas TREMAIN and Ellen Maria BRENNAN, Casterton 1882-'86, Merino 1887-'93, d. Branxholme, S-W Victoria; m. Ann JENNINGS 1861-1943, b. Mt Gambier, SA to George JENNINGS and Jane COOK, d. Branxholme, S-W Victoria
  • WILLIAMS : Nathaniel George WILLIAMS 1824-1898 m. 1857 to Edith ROGERS 1836-1904, resided "Roseneath" Station 1862-3, daughter Amelia 1863-1943 married Thomas Henry DAVIS of Merino, both parents died at Hamilton, S-W Victoria.
  • WINNING : Ronald Francis Harold WINNING 1912-..?.., b. Sydney, NSW., son of Norman and Ruby WINNING, m. 1939 to Marie Emma PAWSON 1918-..?... P.O.W. in WW2, "Casterton Hotel" licensee 1950-'51.
  • WYLY : Dr Thomas Manly WYLY 1829-1871, surgeon of Merino, Casterton & Hamilton m. Emily Lydia HENTY 1846-1866
  • WYMAN : George WYMAN 1836-1858, b. Northamptonshire, England, to Dr William Sanderson WYMAN and Jane ANSTEY, d. Casterton, S-W Victoria (head injury), buried Casterton Old Cemetery.
  • WYMAN : Dr. William Sanderson WYMAN c.1806-..?.., b. Northamptonshire, England, doctor of Casterton 1856-1860, returned to England in 1860, d. ..?.., m. 1830 London, England, to Jane ANSTEY c.1805-[1841-1851], b. England, d. Northamptonshire, England.

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