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CONVICT QUEENSLANDERS

Journal by ngairedith

CONVICT QUEENSLANDERS are people who arrived in Australia as convicts, then made their way to Queensland where they became a part of the colony's history.

The following profiles of some of the convicts that have made a significant contribution to Queensland was taken from the above site
- click the link to view their photos & read their biographies

Thomas DOWSE
1809-1885
Town Clerk of Brisbane

William Henry GROOM
1833-1901
Member of Parliament

James JOSEY
1821-1908
Landowner

James DAVIS "Durramboi"
1808-1889
Shopkeeper
Adopted tribesman

Kevin Izod ODOHERTY
1823-1905
Physician
Political activist

[BJohn FLOOD
1832-1909
Shire Council chairman
Newspaper owner/editor

Patrick O'SULLIVAN
1818-1904
Landowner
Member of Parliament

Hannah RIGBY
c.1794-1853
Embroiderer
Servant

Edward MOTT
1807-1900
Well-known pioneer

William Charles WILKES
c.1816-1873
Newspaper editor
Separationist

Surnames: DAVIS DOWSE FLOOD GROOM JOSEY MOTT ODOHERTY OSULLIVAN RIGBY WILKES
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on 2011-03-14 07:18:17

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