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Surname
First Name(s)
Place
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Gab
George
Pioneer settler in Buninyong 1840s
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Gale
William
Judge of Ballarat Yacht Club 1887. Committee member, District Orphan Asylum 1887. Chairman of the Llanberris Quartz Mining Company 1887.
256, 262, 344
Garbutt
J.
Lieutenant in the Ballarat Militia Battalion, June 1884. Principal of Ballarat College 1887.
275, 301
Garden City Steam Boat Company
N/A
Operators of six steamers on Lake Wendourie 1887.
257
Garrard
J.
Dispenser and House Steward, Ballarat District Hospital, 1855
258
Garrard
Mrs.
Matron of Ballarat District Hospital, 1855.
258
Gates
E.
Committee member of the Philharmonic Musical Society which ran from 1858 to 1863.
289
Gay's Freehold Company
Mining company
Operating successfully in the gold fields in 1886/7
354
Gell
F. (D.P.G.M.)
Laid the foundation stone of Ballarat Benevolent Asylum on St. Patrick's Day 1859 "with Masonic honors"
260
German Leider Krantz
Musical society
Formed in the Liedertafel in May 1881and still running in 1887.
289
Gerrard
Charles
Co- discovered gold at Golden Point, Ballarat in 1851.
28
Gibb
J.
Member of the first Board of Ballarat Gas Company 1858.
301
Gibbs
John
Elected to first Ballarat East Council 1 June 1857. Had made a viable domestic gas from gum leaves and oil in 1850s which was used in several buildings in Ballarat.
247, 301
Gibbs
R.B.
Original committee member of Ballarat District Hospital 1855. Trustee of land and funds for District Orphan Asylum 1865. President of same, 1868. Member of the first Board of Ballarat Gas Company 1858.
258, 262, 263, 301
Gilbert
C.N.
Sponsor of an art exhibition in 1884 in Ballarat City Hall which led to the establishment of Ballarat Art Gallery on 11 September 1884.
278
Gilbert
Marie Delores Eliza Rosanna
Known professionally as Lola Montez. Visited the Ballarat goldfields c1853.
Private source
Gillard
W.J.
Original member of Lewer's Freehold Company, formed on 22 July, 1872.
226
Gillespie
R.
Member for Grenville (Buninyong) 1860 and 1862 in Victorian Parliament.
179
Gillies
Duncan
Elected to Ballarat Mining Board 1858. Member for Ballarat West 1863 in Victorian Parliament. Became Premier & Treasurer, February 1886. Member of first committee of Ballarat School of Mines 1870. Council member of School of Mines 1886.
179, 184, 187,276,277
Gill's Lake View Hotel

Operating in Ballarat 1870s.
256
Gilpin
Alexander
Said to be "interested" in 30 to 40 mining companies in the Ballarat area, including: Director of the Victoria United Company, miners, in 1887. Director of the Queen's Jubilee Company, miners, in 1887. Director of the South Sulieman Company, miners, in 1887. Director of the Star of the East Company, miners, 1887. Director of the New Koh-i-Noor Company, quartz miners, 1887. Director of Gay's Freehold Company, miners, 1887. Director of the Carroll Company, miners, 1886. Director of the North Plateau Company, miners on the Sebastopol plateau, 1887. Chairman of the South Plateau Company, miners operating on the Sebastopol plateau 1887. Chairman of the Northern Star Company, miners on the Sebastopol plateau 1887. Director of the South Star Company, miners on the Sebastopol plateau, 1887. Director of the Sebastopol Star Company, miners operating on the Sebastopol plateau 1887. Director of the Sebastopol Plateau Company 1887. Director of the Central Plateau Company, mining on the Central plateau 1887. Director of Ow
345, 347, 353, 354, 355, 358
Gittings
Patrick
Killed at Eureka Stockade, Sunday 3 December 1854. A native of Co. Kilkenny, Ireland.
125
Glee and Madrigal Union
Formed in 1866 and lasted until 1870. Described as " a quiet quasi private organisation".
289
Glenn
W.T.
Committee member, District Orphan Asylum 1887.
262
Goddard
H.
Director of the Central Plateau Company, mining on the Central plateau 1887.
354
Golden Fleece Hotel
Operating in Lydiard Street, Ballarat in 1855.
284
Golden Gate Company
Worked the Redan Lead but had folded by November 1865.
221
Golightly
H.
Member of first committee Ballarat Rowing Club, 1861.
255
Göller
J.J.
Set up the Endeavour Company, miners, with partner Mr. Balhausen. Taken over by the Last Chance Company in 1882. President of Ballarat District Hospital board 1882. Part owner of the Warrenheip Distillery Company 1887. Director of the Sir Henry Loch Company, mining near the Band & Albion Consols lease 1887.
259, 295, 344, 354
Gooch
William
Printer of fine woodcuts in Ballarat while conducting the agency for the Argus, Melbourne.
286
Gore
Henry
Elected to the Legislative Council August 1886 for Wellington province. Appointed to the Ballarat Prospecting Board 1886. Original member of Lewer's Freehold Company from 22 July 1872. Shareholder in the Seven Hills Estate Co. 1875. Director of the Last Chance Company, miner, 1882. Vice-President of Ballarat Yacht Club 1887. Director of the North Plateau Company, miners on the Sebastopol plateau, 1887. Provisional Director of the Leviathan Syndicate Company, awaiting registration in mid-1887,
185, 220, 226, 254, 344, 354, 355
Gosman
Reverend
First Minister at Congregational Church,Dawson Street in March 1862.
272
Gough
A.
Committee member Imperial Football Club, Ballarat 1886.
304
Goujon
James
Member of first committee, District Orphan Asylum, Ballarat 1866.
262
Goujon
S.
Sharebroker operating in Ballarat August 1862, dealing in mining company shares
206
Grand Trunk Company, Creswick
N/A
Mining company in Ballarat 1866. Peter Lalor was a shareholder.
170
Grant
Alexander McP.
Early associate of Peter Lalor and member of committee for justice late 1854.
82
Gray
A.
Prominent in the formation and running of the Glee and Madrigal Union from 1866 to 1870. Committee member in 1887of the Musical Union formed in 1884. Amateur committee member of Ballarat Horticultural Society 1887.
289, 290, 292
Gray
Hugh
First President of the Caledonian Society of Ballarat, 1859.
306
Gray
John Whiteman
Early associate of Peter Lalor and member of committee for justice late 1854. Unsuccessful candidate at election 16 March 1871. Elected Mayor of the City of Ballarat, 1877/8. Member of Ballarat Water Commission 1880. President District Orphan Asylum 1875.
82, 243, 254,263, 331
Gray
Thomas H.
Member of first committee Ballarat School of Mines 1870. Elected Mayor of Sebastopol Council, Ballarat 1880/1
249,276
Great Extended Company, Redan
Operating in Ballarat 1860s
206
Green
Samuel
Killed at Eureka Stockade, Sunday 3 December 1854. A native of England.
125
Green
William
Appointed to Ballarat Local Court 14 July 1855
186
Greene
Francis
First Clerk of the Peace, The County Court of Buninyong and Ballarat, January 1853
67
Greenfield
A.M.
Captain and Adjutant of 3rd Company, Ballarat Rangers in 1870. Major of the Ballarat Militia Battalion in 1883, the formal successor to the Rangers. Secretary and Trustee of Ballarat Turf Club 1886.
299, 300, 304
Grenville College
N/A
Private day school in Sturt Street, Ballarat. Principal in 1887 was A.A. Buley.
275
Griffiths
M.
Director of the Band & Barton Company, miners, 1887. Director of the Prince of Wales & Bonshaw Company, miners on the Sebastopol plateau 1887.
353, 355
Gunn
Donald
Judge at first Caledonian Society games 1859.
307
Hafele
John
Killed at Eureka Stockade, Sunday 3 December 1854. A native of Wurtemberg.
125
Häger
R.
President of Lal Lal Race Club 1887.
304
Hall
H.J.
Sponsor of an art exhibition in 1884 in Ballarat City Hall which led to the establishment of Ballarat Art Gallery on 11 September 1884. Member of the Council of Ballarat Fine Art Public Gallery Association in 1887.
278, 279
Hall
James
Member of first committee, District Orphan Asylum, Ballarat 1866.
262
Halley
J.J.  (Rev.)
Second minister at Congregational Church, Dawson Street, Ballarat in c1865.
272
Ham
David
Elected to the Legislative Council June 1886 for Wellington province. Shareholder in the Seven Hills Estate Co. 1875. Vice-President of Ballarat Yacht Club 1887. Committee member Benevolent Asylum 1887. Director of the Llanberris Quartz Mining Company in 1887.  Director of the Last Chance Company, miner, 1882. Director of the Northern Star Company, miners on the Sebastopol plateau 1887.  Provisional Director of the Leviathan Syndicate Company, awaiting registration in mid-1887
185, 226, 256, 261, 344, 354, 355
Ham
J.J.
Joint Proprietor, Star newspaper, Ballarat September 1855
63
Hamilton
F.
Director of the Band & Barton Company, miners, 1887.
353
Hanafin
Patrick
Wounded at Eureka Stockade, Sunday 3 December 1854. A native of Co. Kerry, Ireland.
125
Hand and Band Company
N/A
Mining company operating in Ballarat 1870s.
208
Hanly
Michael
Wounded at Eureka Stockade, Sunday 3 December 1854. A native of Co. Tipperary, Ireland.
125
Hannington
Henry
Early visitor, driving bullock teams c 1844.Returned in 1851 to dig for gold
11, 31
Happy Jack
Unknown
Killed at Eureka Stockade, Sunday 3 December 1854. Peter Lalor could not remember his proper name.
125
Hardy
J.
Director of the Victoria United Company, miners, in 1887. Director of the Black Hill Quartz Company in 1887. Director of the Sulieman Pasha Company, miners, in 1887.
345, 346, 347
Hardy and Madden
N/A
Solicitors operating in Ballarat 1870s
208
Hare
D.
Committee member of Wendourie Rowing Club 1887.
256
Harmonic Society
N/A
Formed in 1863 after the demise of the Philharmonic Musical Society the same year. It ran until 1875.
289
Harper
W.
Early gold miner Fryer's Creek, Ballarat November 1851(a Government officer)
41
Harrington
W.F.
Early shareholder in Union Foundry 1865.
293
Harris
J.
Committee member of the Cambrian Society, May 1887.
289
Harris
J.H.
Member of first committee Ballarat Rowing Club, 1861.
255
Hartmann
Carl
Conductor of the German Lieder Krantz in 1881.
289
Hasleham
Frank Arthur
Correspondent for the Geelong Advertiser, wounded at Eureka Stockade 1854. Born Bedford, England.
129
Hastie 
Thomas  (Rev.)
From 1847, Pastor of Presbyterian Church and living at The Manse, Buninyong
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Hathorn
G.
First Captain of Ballarat Yacht Club 1877.
256
Haydon
M.D.
Committee member of Ballarat Agricultural and Pastoral Society on 15 August 1856.
290
Hayes
E.
Lieutenant in the Ballarat Militia Battalion, June 1884.
301
Hayes
Timothy
Chairman of meetings of miners at Bakery Hill, Ballarat before the Stockade affair. Irish born. Later appointed Town Inspector for Ballarat East, left for Chile (or Brazil) and ended up in San Francisco. Returned to Victoria where he died.
141, 152
Haynes
John
Killed at the Eureka Stockade, Sunday 3 December 1854. A native of Co. Clare, Ireland
156
Hebrew Synagogue
Princes Street, Ballarat
Completed in brick on 18 March 1861. Designed by T.B. Cameron. Foundation stone laid by Mr. Charles Dyte, MLA on 25 January 1861.
271
Hedrick
P.
Chairman and Director of the Buninyong Estate Company, miners, in 1887.
351
Henden
R.
Original member of Lewer's Freehold Company, formed on 22 July, 1872.
226
Henderson
Mrs.
Member of first committee, Female Refuge, Ballarat c 1867.
263
Henderson
R.
Apparatus Officer of Soldiers' Hill Volunteer Fire Brigade 1886.
298
Henderson
W.
Captain of 1st Company, Ballarat Rangers in 1870.
299
Henderson 
William  (Rev.)
Minister of Presbyterian Church, Specimen Hill, Ballarat 1858. Opened the Welsh Presbyterian Church, Sebastopol on the second Sunday in April, 1866.
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Hennah
W.H.
Vice-President of Imperial Football Club, Ballarat in 1886.
304
Hepburn
B.
Vice-President of Ballarat Yacht Club 1887. Trustee of Miners' Racecourse, Sebastopol in 1887. Vice-President of Ballarat Coursing Club 1886.
256, 304, 305
Hepburn
J.
Member of the first Board of Ballarat Gas Company 1858.
301
Herbert
F.
Pianist in 1887of the Musical Union formed in 1884.
290
Herbert
G. (R.A.M.)
Conductor in 1887of the Musical Union formed in 1884.
290
Herlitz
Pastor
Head of the Lutheran Synod of Victoria 1867.
273
Herring
Francis
Arrived on the Buninyong goldfields 28 August 1851.
33
Hewet
T.R.
Committee member of Pigeon Shooting Club 1861.
305
Hibernian Australian Catholic Benefit Society
N/A
Formed on 7 July 1868 as the Hibernian Society. In 1886 there were 137 members. Benefactor of the Hospital, the Benevolent Asylum and the Orphan Asylum.
307
Hickman
John
Elected Mayor of the City of Ballarat, 1883/4. President of Wendourie Rowing Club 1887. President of Ballarat District Hospital board 1883. Vice-President of Ballarat Benevolent Asylum 1887. Committee member, District Orphan Asylum 1887. Member of the Council of Ballarat Fine Art Public Gallery Association in 1887. Committee member of Ballarat Acclimatisation Society 1870.
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Hicks
J.
Director of the Llanberris Quartz Mining Company in 1887. Director of the New Koh-i-Noor Company, quartz miners, 1887.
344, 353
Hicks
William
Elected Mayor of Sebastopol Council, Ballarat 1886. Director of the Carroll Company, miners, 1886.
249, 354
Higgans
W.J.
Committee member of Ballarat District Hospital 1886.
259
Higgins
Alfred
One of a party of eight men from Geelong who signed a cooperative mining agreement, 8 October 1851.
202
Hill
W.D.
Secretary of the German Lieder Krantz in 1886.
289
Hillas
T.  (Dr.)
Resident Surgeon, Ballarat District Hospital, 1856 to 1859. Assistant Surgeon of 3rd Company, Ballarat Rangers in 1870.
258, 299
Hiscock
Thomas
Blacksmith who first found gold near Buninyong cemetery, 3 August 1851
30, private source
Hobson
R.J.
Original committee member of Ballarat District Hospital 1855.
258
Hogarth
W.
Resident Clerk, Mount Alexander diggings, December 1851.Later Clerk of Petty Sessions Ballarat
43
Holding
J.
Head Teacher at State School No.695 (see list) between 1877 and 1887.
274
Holding
T.
Lieutenant in the Ballarat Militia Battalion, June 1884.
301
Holland
J.
Member of the Council of Ballarat Fine Art Public Gallery Association in 1887.
279
Holmes
R.W.
Vice-President of Ballarat Rowing Club 1887. Timekeeper for Ballarat Yacht Club 1887.
255, 256
Holthouse
Dr.
Medical Officer at Ballarat Benevolent Asylum c 1870.
261
Holy Trinity Church of England
N/A
Construction began in September 1867 in Albert Street, Sebastopol.
266
Hooker
W.H. (Rev.)
Laid the foundation stone of Bible Christian Church, Grant Street, Ballarat on 19 December 1865.
271
Hope
J.
Builder of the third part of Ballarat Benevolent Asylum opened 26 August 1863.
260
Hope Lodge
N/A
Established in June 1886 by Rev. Lockhart Morton as a refuge for alcoholics.
308
Horwood
Trooper
Member of the Ballarat Rangers Rifle Club 1873.
300
Hosking
John
One of a party of eight miners working at Red Streak Lead, Poverty Hill 1855. Took 192lbs of gold in nine weeks.
201
Hosking
Martin
Missioner at the Town Mission, Eureka Street, Ballarat from February 1872 to at least 1887.
273
Hotels
N/A
In 1870 there were 477 hotels in the City of Ballarat!
240
Howarth
J.
Head Teacher at State School No.1091 (see list) between 1880 and 1887.
274
Howe
George
Arrived on the Buninyong goldfields 28 August 1851.
33
Howell
William
Treasurer of Wesleyan Church, Ballarat 1851
60
Hudson  (M.D.)
R.F.
Honorary Consulting Surgeon, Ballarat District Hospital 1886. Honorary Consulting Medical Adviser, District Orphan Asylum 1887.
259, 262
Hughan
J.
Initial committee member of Ballarat Coursing Club 1873.
305
Hughes
David
Elected Mayor of Sebastopol Council, Ballarat 1878/9.
249
Humffray
John Basson
At Eureka Stockade as assistant to Lalor. Humffray Street, Ballarat named after him. Secretary of Reform League. Born Montgomeryshire, Wales. Member of the Victorian Parliament for Ballarat East 1860s. Minister of Mines 1861. President of Mechanics' Institute 1859/60. Opened the Ballarat Gas Company works on 17 July 1858.
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Humphrys
T.
Director of the Llanberris Quartz Mining Company in 1887.
344
Hunt
H.
Amateur committee member of Ballarat Horticultural Society 1887.
292
Hunter
A.
President of Ballarat District Hospital board 1886.
259
Hutton  (Captain)
N/A
East India Company; in first exploring party, August 1837
1
Huyghue
Samuel Douglas
Public servant at time of Eureka Stockade
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Hynes
John
Killed at Eureka Stockade, Sunday 3 December 1854. A native of Co. Clare, Ireland.
125
Imperial Football Club
Ballarat
Established as the Galatea Football Club and operating in 1886.
303
Inglis
J.W.  (Rev.)
Minister of Presbyterian Church, Peel Street, Ballarat in 1871.
268
Inglis
Peter
Early settler in 1843 at Warrenheip; earlier at Ballan. Later also purchased Lal Lal and merged the two properties.
6
Innes
George
Known as "King of the Splitters" - timber industry at Buninyong 1841
7
Irvine
H.W.H.
Joined the printing firm of F.W. Niven & Co. c1882 as Commercial Manager and really grew the business.
283
Irving, Glover & Co.
Builders
Builders of Ballarat East Town Hall 1861/2. Builders of the lying-in hospital within Ballarat Benevolent Asylum opened 27 July 1869. Built the St. John's Presbyterian Church, Peel Street Ballarat, in 1871. Builders of Wesley Church, corner Dana & Lydiard Sts., Ballarat in 1883.
248, 260,268,270
Irwin
Samuel
Joint Proprietor, Star newspaper, Ballarat September 1855. Appointed Justice of the Peace 1855. Original committee member Ballarat District Hospital 1855.
63, 166, 258
Irwin
W.
Director of the Last Chance Company, miner, 1882. Director of the North Woah Hawp Company, miners, 1887. Director of the South Plateau Company, miners operating on the Sebastopol plateau 1887. Director of the Sebastopol Star Company, miners operating on the Sebastopol plateau 1887.
344, 349, 354
Isaacs
Rev. Mr.
First Minister of Hebrew Synagogue, Princes Street, Ballarat in 1861.
271
Ivey
James
Captain of 3rd Company, Ballarat Rangers in 1870. Mayor of Ballarat East Council 1871. Manager of Garden City Steam Boat Company in 1887.
248, 257, 299
J. Anderson & Co.
Printers
Operated a printing office in Armstrong Street, Ballarat c1887.
282
Jack
A.
President of Mechanics' Institute 1886.
287
Jack
W.
Member of first committee, District Orphan Asylum, Ballarat 1866.
262
James
E.
President of Mechanics' Institute 1881.
287
James
John
Former M.L.A. for Ballarat West, operated a blacksmiths store in Grant Street, Ballarat. Briefly Minister of Railways 1875. Member for Ballarat East 1871, 1874, 1877, 1880. Minister of Mines 1886.
60, 181, 183
James & Piper
N/A
Architects of the Chronic Ward at Ballarat Benevolent Asylum, 1887
260
Jeffery
E.
Director of the Sebastopol Plateau Company 1887.
354
Jenkins
J.
Director of Owen's & Band of Hope Freehold and Leasehold Company, miners, 1887.
355
Jenkins
M.B.
Committee member of City Rowing Club 1887.
256
Jessup
B.
Captain of 2nd Company, Clunes Detachment, Ballarat Rangers in 1870.
299
Johns
J.B.
Treasurer of Ballarat Volunteer Fire Brigade 1886.
298
Johnson
J.
Director of the North Woah Hawp Company, miners, 1887.
349
Johnston
J.
Captain of 1st Company, Ballarat Rangers in 1870.
299
Johnstone
J.
Initial committee member and Secretary of Ballarat Coursing Club 1873.
305
Jonas
Isaac
Chairman of the Sulieman Pasha Company, miners, in 1887. Director of the South Sulieman Company, miners, in 1887.
347
Jones
Charles Edwin
Member for Ballarat East 1865. Later lost this seat to Humffray. Expelled from the House of Assembly for "corrupt practices". After time in the U.S., returned in 1883 and stood for Parliament with some success.
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Jones
H.
Director of the Llanberris Quartz Mining Company in 1887.
344
Jones
I.J.
Council member and Hon. Treasurer of Ballarat School of Mines 1886. President of Mechanics' Institute 1876.
287
Jones
Joseph
President of Mechanics' Institute 1870s. Member for Ballarat West at election 16 March 1871.
287, 331
Jones
P.L.
Committee member of the Cambrian Society, May 1887.
289
Jones
R.
Member of first committee, District Orphan Asylum, Ballarat 1866.
262
Jones
Thomas
One of the founders of the Llanberris Quartz Mining Co. From Llanberis in Wales, he was disappointed when the mining registrar spelled the name with two r's
224
Jones
W.
Trustee of funds, District Orphan Asylum, Ballarat 1856
262
Jones
W.P.
Original member of Lewer's Freehold Company, formed on 22 July, 1872.
225
Jones & Trembath
Mair Street
A leading firm of coach builders in Ballarat 1887.
295
Jopling's
Creswick Road
Operating a bone mill in 1887.
295
Josephs
Henry
Mayor of Ballarat East Council 1873. Member of Ballarat Water Commission 1880. President of Ballarat Benevolent Asylum 1881. Vice-President, District Orphan Asylum 1887.
248, 254, 260, 262
Josephs
John
Acquitted on the charge of high treason after the Eureka Stockade incident, on 1 April 1855
143
Josephs
Joseph
Vice-President of the Cambrian Society, May 1887.
289
Julien
Robert
Wounded and subsequently died after Eureka Stockade, Sunday 3 December 1854. From Nova Scotia.
125
Juniper
William
Private of the 12th Regiment, wounded at the Stockade.
123
Just
Mr.
Secretary of the Ballarat Rangers, a local militia in 1858.
299
Juvenile Industrial Exhibition
Albert Hall
Opened on 15 February 1878 by his Excellency Sir G. Bowen. With funds raised, a trust was formed which later purchased property in Lydiard Street and rented this to the Commercial Club for 40 years.
297
Kaulbach
N/A
Early quartz miner at Old Post Office Hill, 1850s.
339
Keatch
P.
Captain of 2nd Company, Creswick Detachment, Ballarat Rangers in 1870.
299
Kelly
A.
First Lieutenant of cavalry of the Ballarat Rangers, a local militia in 1858.
299
Kelly
W.T.C.
Unsuccessful candidate for Ballarat West at election 22 February 1883.
332
Kelly & Preston
Creswick Road
Operated a farm implement factory before 1887.
294
Kennedy
Thomas
Leader of the men from Creswick, marched to the aid of the Eureka Stockade men.
100
Kenny
A.
Mr. & Mrs. Kenny were the fourth Superintendent and Matron, District Orphan Asylum, Ballarat  c1887.
262
Kent
Charles
Auditor of Ballarat School of Mines 1886.
277
Kent
Nicholas
Elected Mayor of Sebastopol Council, Ballarat 1874.
249
Kent
R.
Member of first committee, District Orphan Asylum, Ballarat 1866. Head Teacher at State School No. 1493 (see list) between 1875 and 1887.
274
Kenworthy
C.J.  (Dr.)
American medical doctor who acted as a go-between with the Camp authorities and the diggers at the Stockade. Regarded as a spy but obviously later well regarded. Honorary Medical Officer, Ballarat District Hospital 1855. President of Ballarat Horticultural Society 1859.
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Kerr
A.C.
Member of first committee Ballarat Rowing Club, 1861.
255
Kildahl
L.H.
Head Teacher at State School No.1998 (see list) between 1878 and 1887. Major of the Ballarat Militia Battalion in 1883, the formal successor to the Rangers.
274, 300
King
A.H.
President of Ballarat District Hospital board 1876.
259
King
G.
Director of the South Plateau Company, miners operating on the Sebastopol plateau 1887.
354
King
H.A.
Lieutenant in the Ballarat Militia Battalion, June 1884.
301
King
J.
Trustee of Miners' Racecourse, Sebastopol in 1887.
304
King
John
Trooper or Policeman who is believed to have taken down the Southern Cross flag at the Eureka Stockade. A native of Co. Mayo, Ireland.
158
King
W.
Secretary of the Musical Union formed in 1884.
290
King Billy
N/A
Chief of the tribes around Ballarat 1840s and 1850s
10
King Jonathan
N/A
Chief of the Borhoneyghurk tribe, but subordinate to King Billy
10
Kneebone
Frank
One of a party of eight miners working at Red Streak Lead, Poverty Hill 1855. Took 192lbs of gold in nine weeks.
201
Knight
J.H.
Vice-President of the Hibernian Australian Catholic Benefit Society in 1887.
308
Knox
J.
Prominent in the formation and running of the Glee and Madrigal Union from 1866 to 1870.
289
Kohinoor Company
N/A
Mining company operating in Ballarat commencing 1857. Worked the Golden Point Lead. Paid £304,460 in dividends up to 1887 and was considered one of the most successful ventures in Ballarat.
208, 220
Korn
F.O.
Architect of Bible Christian Church, Armstrong Street, Ballarat, opened in 1861.
271
Kortlang
A.
Committee member City Rowing Club, Ballarat 1887.
256
Krause
F.M.
Curator of Ballarat School of Mines museum 1886. Fellow of the Geological Society.
277
Kupperberg
Dr.
Committee member of the Philharmonic Musical Society which ran from 1858 to 1863.
289
Laidlaw
D.
Professional committee member of Ballarat Horticultural Society 1887.
292
Laidlaw
W.
Lieutenant in the Ballarat Militia Battalion, June 1884.
301
Lake
J.
Committee member of the Philharmonic Musical Society which ran from 1858 to 1863.
289
Lake Wendouree
N/A
Originally named Yuille's Swamp, after Yuille brothers
3
Lakeland
W.
Committee member, District Orphan Asylum 1887. President of same, 1880.
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Lal Lal Iron Company
N/A
Held great ore loads but had ceased production by 1887.
294
Lal Lal Race Club
Lal Lal Falls
Operating in 1887 and apparently very successful.
304
Lalor
Peter
Leader of the Eureka Stockade revolt. An immigrant from Queen's County, Ireland. At time of second edition (1887) he was Speaker of the Legislative Assembly in Victoria
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Lamb
Robert
Elected to Ballarat Mining Board 1858
187
Lamble
S.
Prominent in the formation and running of the Glee and Madrigal Union from 1866 to 1870.
289
Lang
T.
Treasurer of Ballarat Horticultural Society 1859. President of Mechanics' Institute 1860s
287, 292
Larkin
E.
Member of first committee, District Orphan Asylum, Ballarat 1866.
262
Last Chance Company
N/A
Incorporated 2 May 1882, succeeding the Endeavour Company of Messrs. Balhausen and Goller.
344
Lawn
T.H.
Trustee of Ballarat Volunteer Fire Brigade 1886.
298
Lawrie
J.
Director of the Prince Regent Company, miners, in 1887.
350
Le Gould
L.
Lieutenant of 2nd Company, Clunes Detachment, Ballarat Rangers in 1870.
299
Learmonth
A.J.L.
Part owner of the "Ercildoun" properties, Ballarat 1860/70s
209
Learmonth
Sommerville Livingstone
Member of second exploring party to Ballarat area, January 1838
2
Learmonth
T.S.
Trustee of Mechanics' Institute 1859.
287
Learmonth
Thomas Livingstone
In first exploring parties to Ballarat area, August 1837 and January 1838. Earliest pioneer at Winter's Flat. Property was "Ercildoun". Member of the Legislative Council 1860s.
Preface, 1, 209
Lebentia Rowing Club
N/A
Established c1867 but lasted only a brief while.
255
Leckie
James
Elected Mayor of Sebastopol Council, Ballarat 1882/3.
249
Lee
G.T.
Owner of Black Horse Brewery, Ascot Street, Ballarat in 1887.
295
Leggo
C.
Vice-Captain of Wendourie Rowing Club 1887.
256
Leggo
J.H.
Committee member of Wendourie Rowing Club 1887. Treasurer of City Volunteer Fire Brigade 1886. Vice-President of Imperial Football Club, Ballarat in 1886.
256, 298, 304
Lessels
D.
Committee member Ballarat Benevolent Asylum 1887.
261
Leviathan Syndicate Company
Mining company
Awaiting registration in mid-1887, to combine the alluvial mines formerly held by Leviathan, Great Gulf and other companies. To mine alluvial and quartz lodes.
355
Levien
J.F.
Director of the Rothschild Company, miners, in 1887.
350
Levinson
H.
President District Orphan Asylum 1876.
263
Levy
W.
Attended a large meeting of diggers at Bakery Hill, Ballarat on 6 December 1854, after the Stockade affair.
134
Lewer's Freehold Company
N/A
Formed on 22 July 1872 and operating at Broomfield Gully.
225
Lewis
H.
Treasurer of the Cambrian Society, May 1887.
289
Lewis
J.
Committee member of the Cambrian Society, May 1887.
289
Lewis
Philip
Vice-President of the Cambrian Society, May 1887.
289
Lewis
Robert
Elected Chairman (later Mayor) of City of Ballarat, 1862/3, 1871/2, 1880/1. Member of Ballarat Water Commission 1880. Involved in setting up Ballarat District Hospital 1850s. Member for Ballarat West, elected 4 February 1864. Laid the foundation stone for the Alfred Memorial in Ballarat District Hospital on Queen Victoria's Birthday, 1869. President of Hospital board 1867-1869. Member of first committee Ballarat Benevolent Asylum 1857 and President 1860 to 1864. President District Orphan Asylum 1871. Member of first committee Ballarat School of Mines 1870.
243, 254, 258, 260,263,276, A,
Liddiard
C.
Committee member of Wendourie Rowing Club 1887.
256
Lister
C.
President of Mechanics' Institute 1860s/1870s
287
Llanberris Quartz Mining Company
N/A
Formed in September 1858 by sixteen Ballarat miners. Operated in the Gum Tree Flat area.
224
Llewellyn
L.  (Rev.)
First ordained Minister of the United Welsh Protestant Church, Lydiard & Armstrong Sts., Ballarat 1858. Secretary in 1887of the Musical Union formed in 1884.
269, 290
Loader
Thomas
Unsuccessful candidate for Ballarat East at election 10 October 1856.
332
Locke
R.H.
Provisional Secretary for proposed Ballarat, Smythesdale, Linton and Carngham Tramway Company in 1862. The company never formed. Member for Grenville (Buninyong) in Victorian Parliament 1860.
170, 179
Lombard
J.
Treasurer of Ballarat Coursing Club 1886.
305
London Chartered Bank
N/A
Main office at Sturt and Lydiard Streets, Ballarat c.1887. A branch was also operated in Post Office Place, Ballarat East.
9, 302
Long
James
Mayor of Ballarat East Council 1875/6 and 1878. President of Ballarat Benevolent Asylum 1877/8. President District Orphan Asylum 1873. Unsuccessful candidate for the Legislative Council at election 20 August 1884.
248, 260,263, 334
Longden
H.D.
Lieutenant in the Ballarat Militia Battalion, June 1884.
301
Longley
W.
Honorary Curator, Botanical Reserve attached to Ballarat School of Mines 1886.
277
Lonie
J.
Council member of Ballarat School of Mines 1886. Committee member Ballarat Rowing Club 1887.
255, 277
Loretto Convent
N/A
Private day school for girls, situated from 1875 at Mary's Mount ("quaint misnomer for the flat marge of Wendouree"). Established by sisters from the parent house, Loretto Abbey, Rathfarnham, Co. Dublin.
275
Loretto Preparatory School and Ladies' College
N/A
Situated in Dawson Street, Ballarat in 1887.
275
Loughlin
Martin
Purchased the Egerton mine from the Learmonth family in 1873. Irish born. Shareholder in the Seven Hills Estate Co. 1875.  Trustee of freehold for Ballarat Turf Club 1886. Trustee of Miners' Racecourse, Sebastopol in 1887.
209, 226, 304
Lovitt
G.
President of Ballarat Benevolent Asylum 1867 and 1869. Trustee of land and funds, District Orphan Asylum 1865.
262
Lowe
James  (Rev.)
Laid the foundation stone of Bible Christian Church, Humffray Street, Ballarat on 30 October 1867.
271
Lowther
J.
Head Teacher at State School No.2103 (see list) between 1879 and 1887.
274
Lugg
S.H.
Local carpenter who also designed the Grant Street and Humffray Street churches for the Bible Christians in 1865 and 1866.
271
Luplau
William
Director of the North Plateau Company, miners on the Sebastopol plateau, 1887. Director of the South Plateau Company, miners operating on the Sebastopol plateau 1887. Director of the Sebastopol Plateau Company 1887.
354
Lutheran Church
Doveton Street south
An earlier timber church was replaced in brick on 19 March 1876, opened by Pastor Herlitz, the head of the Lutheran Synod of Victoria.
273
Lydiard
Mr.
Resident Commissioner, Mount Alexander diggings, December 1851
43
Lynch
John
One of Lalor's Captains at the Stockade. A Mining Surveyor from Ireland. Appointed to the Ballarat Prospecting Board 1886.
153, 220
Lynch
Trooper  (1)
Member of the Ballarat Rangers Rifle Club 1873.
300
Lynch
Trooper  (2)
Member of the Ballarat Rangers Rifle Club 1873.
300
Lynch
Trooper  (3)
Member of the Ballarat Rangers Rifle Club 1873.
300
Lynn
Adam Loftus
First practicing solicitor in Buninyong, 1853. Involved in setting up Ballarat District Hospital 1850s. President of Hospital board 1859/60.
67, 258
Lyon
J. Christian
Unsuccessful candidate for Ballarat East at election 2 August 1861.
333
Lyons
J.
Committee member of South Ballarat Football Club 1886.
304
Lyons
T.
Chairman of the Prince Regent Company, miners, in 1887.
350


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