Condah & Myamyn Settlers & Names

Parish of Green Hills in South-west Victoria, Australia


Settlers and visitors to the Condah & Myamyn area in south western Victoria from its settlement, circa 1840.

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A

  • ABBOTT :
  • ADAMSON :
  • ALEXANDER :
  • ANDERSON :
  • ANDREWS : Elias ANDREWS
  • ANNETT :
  • ARDEN :
  • ARMSTRONG :
  • ASTBURY :
  • AYLING :
  • AYLMER :

B

C

  • Cain,
  • CAMERON : John CAMERON ;
  • Campbell,
  • Cannon,
  • Carmichael,
  • Carpenter,
  • CARTER : Samuel CARTER ;
  • Chinery,
  • Clapham,
  • Clarke,
  • Claydon,
  • Collins,
  • Cooke,
  • Cooper,
  • Cope,
  • Cortwine,
  • Cottier,
  • COULSON : Guy COULSON ;
  • Coustley,
  • Coutts,
  • Couzens,
  • Cowan,
  • Creasey,
  • Creek,
  • Cruikshank,
  • Cubis,

D

  • Dahlitz,
  • Dashper,
  • Davey,
  • Dawkins,
  • DAY : George DAY ;
  • DAY : Jane DAY ;
  • Deeks,
  • Delaney,
  • DEVEREUX : John William DEVEREUX ;
  • DICKINSON : Joseph Brown DICKINSON ;
  • Donnelly,
  • Douglas,
  • Dowling,
  • Downes,
  • DRINKWATER : Jane DRINKWATER ;
  • Droscher,
  • Dunn,
  • Dutton,
  • DWYER : Edmond DWYER ~1836-1930, b. Ireland, road contactor, d. 1930, Condah, Vic., m. 1862 at Portland, Vic to Mary EDWARDS ~1839-1920, 7 children.
  • Dycer,
  • Dyer,
  • Dymond,

E

  • East,
  • Edwards,
  • Egan,
  • Ellis,
  • Emerson,

F

  • FAHEY :
  • FALLON :
  • FERRIS : Edward FERRIS ~1834-1897 & Eliza DAY 1844-1908, selector of Myamyn 1870, died Benambra, N-E Victoria.
  • FIDLER : Charlotte FIDLER ;
  • FIELD :
  • FLOWER :
  • FORAN :
  • FORBES :
  • FOSTER :
  • FOWLER :
  • FRANKLIN :
  • FROST :

G

  • Gage,
  • Gardner,
  • Garnett,
  • Garvie,
  • Gavin,
  • GLANCY : Hugh GLANCY ;
  • Glare,
  • Gorrie,
  • GOUGH : William GOUGH ;
  • Graham,
  • Graves,
  • Gray,
  • Green,
  • Grey,
  • Griffiths,
  • Gundell,
  • GURRY

H

  • Hale,
  • Hannigan,
  • Hardy,
  • Haraman,
  • Harrip,
  • Hazeldine,
  • Heaney,
  • Herne,
  • Heaver,
  • Henry,
  • Heyland,
  • HICKLETON : HICKLETON ;
  • Hinchcliffe,
  • HISCOCK : HISCOCK ;
  • Hodges,
  • HOLLARD : Giles HOLLARD ;
  • Hollis,
  • Holloway,
  • Holmes,
  • Hooper,
  • Hornibrook,
  • Howard,
  • Hurley,

I

J

  • Jackson-Millard,
  • Jaffray,
  • JEFFREYS : John JEFFREYS ;
  • Jeitz,
  • Johnson,
  • Johnston,
  • Jolly,
  • JONES, Hannah ;

K

L

  • Lacey,
  • Larkin,
  • LAURIE, John ;
  • Learmonth,
  • Leitch,
  • Lenehan,
  • Lewis,
  • Lindsay,
  • Looker,
  • Loughnan,
  • Lovell,
  • Lovett,
  • Lowe,
  • Lucas,
  • Lynch,
  • Lyons,

M

  • Malcolm,
  • Mallett,
  • Malseed,
  • Malt,
  • MANNING : Edward MANNING 1877-1953, b. Portland, S-W Vic., son of Edward MANNING & Mary Jane WILSON, m. 1908 Perth, WA to Iris S SLOANE ; Manager of "Crawford" Station 1915-20 ; d. Melbourne, Vic.
  • Mansfield,
  • Matthews,
  • Maxwell,
  • McCabe,
  • McCallum,
  • McCombe,
  • McDONALD, Angus ;
  • McDONALD, Archibald ;
  • McDONALD, Catherine ;
  • McDONALD, Euphemia ;
  • McDougall,
  • McDuff,
  • McEACHERN, William ;
  • McInnes,
  • McIntosh,
  • McINTYRE : Malcolm McINTYRE 1851-1914, b. Cape Colony, South Africa, son of John mcINTYRE & Margaret (Mary) McDOUGALL, m.1 1877 Vic, to Elizabeth Hope MOFFATT 1850-1889 ; m.2 1890, Vic. to Frances Mary GILL 1857-1920 ; Owner of "Crawford" Station 1880s ; d. Melbourne, Vic.
  • McKenzie,
  • McKinnon,
  • McLachlan,
  • McLEAN, Robert ;
  • McLENNAN, Duncan ;
  • McLEOD, Roderick ;
  • McMillan,
  • McNair,
  • McNally,
  • McPhail,
  • McPHERSON, Dugald ;
  • McRae,
  • McVeen,
  • MEADE, George ;
  • Meagher,
  • MESSER : James Meikle MESSER 1834-1885 b. Edinburgh, Sct., of "Crawford" Station, d. Melbourne, Vic.. m. Elizabeth FARQUHARSON 1844-1920. 3 sons served in the Boer War.
  • Millard,
  • Miller, Sophia,
  • Mitchell,
  • Mobourne,
  • MONRO, Henry ;
  • MONRO, Maria ;
  • MOORE, James ;
  • Moroney,
  • Morrison,
  • Morton,
  • Moylan,
  • Mullett,
  • MURCHISON, Neil ;

N

  • Nash,
  • Newell,
  • Newman,
  • Norris,

O

  • O'Brien,
  • O'Callaghan,
  • O'Connell,
  • O'Malley,
  • O'Meara,
  • O'NEILL : Christina O'NEILL;
  • O'Riley,
  • Ormandy,
  • OSBORN : Jonas OSBORN ;

P

  • Paddick,
  • Palmer,
  • Partington,
  • Pascoe,
  • Pederson,
  • Perry,
  • Peters,
  • Peterson,
  • Pettingill,
  • Pettit,
  • Pevitt,
  • Pietsch,
  • Pine,
  • Pitcher,
  • Pitman,
  • Poynton,
  • PRICE : Richard PRICE ;
  • PRICE : Sarah Ann PRICE ;
  • Prouse,
  • Pye,

Q

  • QUICK :

R

  • RAIL / RYALL, Catherine ;
  • Ratcliffe,
  • Reid,
  • Reilly,
  • Rhodes,
  • Rhook,
  • Rich,
  • Richards,
  • Rickman,
  • Rigby,
  • Robins,
  • Robertson,
  • Robinson,
  • ROSCOE : Robert ROSCOE ~1827-1909, b. Lancashire, Eng., d. Condah, S-W Vic., m. 1865, Kingston, SA to Mary EARLY ~1840-1930, at Merino & Sandford 1867-1878.
  • Rose,
  • Rosevear,
  • Rossiter,
  • Rowe,
  • Rowlinson,
  • Rundell,
  • RUNDELL, Johanna ;
  • Ryan,

S

  • Saffin,
  • Satchell,
  • Saunders,
  • SAVIN : Samuel SAVIN ;
  • Schumann,
  • Scott,
  • Seville,
  • Sharrock,
  • Shaw,
  • Shearman,
  • Slater,
  • SMITH : John SMITH (1816) ;
  • SMITH : Louisa SMITH ;
  • Smyth,
  • Solly,
  • Sparrow,
  • SPEEDIE : "Betsy" SPEEDIE ;
  • Spolding,
  • Stafford,
  • Stait,
  • Stewart,
  • Stollery,
  • STORER : Joseph STORER ;
  • Styles,
  • Sullivan,
  • Sutton,

T

  • Tankard,
  • Taylor,
  • THOMSON : Alexander William THOMSON 1863-1946, b. "Maryvale" Edenhope, S-W Vic., son of James THOMSON & Christian ARMSTRONG, Manager of "Crawford" Station (1890s)
  • THOMSON : James THOMSON 1823-1910, b. Clyne, Sutherlandshire, Scotland, m. Christian ARMSTRONG 1831-1906, built "Monivae" Hamilton (1870s), owner of "Crawford" Station (1890s)
  • THOMSON : James Thomas THOMSON 1871-1934, b. "Monivae" Hamilton, S-W Vic., son of James THOMSON & Christian ARMSTRONG, Manager of "Crawford" Station (1890s)
  • Thorn,
  • Thorne,
  • Trangmar,
  • Tredinnick,
  • TRELOAR : Alfred Ernest TRELOAR ;
  • TRELOAR : Walter Thomas TRELOAR ;
  • Tuite,
  • Tully

U

  • URQUHART : Alexander Wilson URQUHART 1822-1911, b. Scotland, to Thomas URQUHART & Catherine WRIGHT, d. Condah, S-W Victoria, m. 1854 Branxholme, S-W Victoria, to Euphemia "Effie" McDONALD c.1828-1907 b. Mull, Scotland to Donald McDONALD Catherien MACQUARIE, d. "Condah Hills" Estate, S-W Victoria. 7 children born from 1854-1872.

V

  • Vaughan,
  • Vorwerk

W

Y

  • Yeoman,
  • Youla,
  • YOUNG : Conrad YOUNG;