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A Hungerford Letter (1848) – Annie Hungerford to Septimus Hungerford

Introduction by Charles Sherlock The letter transliterated below was written in 1848 by Annie Hungerford, Septimus’ sister. It is signed by both Annie and Mrs Catherine Hungerford, their mother, so it is possible that either wrote it, but the references to Mama must mean it is Annie’s work, since Catherine’s mother was long dead in […]

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Tom White Melville Winder

by RB Winder and RH Prentice [Editor: This article was originally published in three parts in HAFS Journals Vol 1 No 2,  Vol 1 No 3 and Vol 1 No 4. Researchers should cite the Journal reference rather than this web page.] Part 1 – The Voyages of 1814-1817 Birth and Background The birth and family background […]

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Hungerfords and Bridges: Family Connections

by Alfred Bridge Watts [Editor: This article was originally published in HAFS Journal Vol 1 No 2 Nov 1991. Among the pioneer wine growing families around the Cessnock-Polkobin-Allandale-Branxton area, one will find, among others, the names of Drayton, Chick, Goodwin, and of course Hungerford – as one will know from reading Mines, Wines and People: […]

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HAFS Journal Vol 14 No 4 – Nov 2018 – The many contexts of life’s journeys

Contents On the Death of Margaret Wolfe Argles Hungerford [H.2a=] The Water Colourist of Redcamp: Constance Evans (née Burton-Bradley), by D Evan Evans Frederick Richard Hungerford [E.6.6a] – loved brother, by Lesley Abrahams Hungerford Roots in Ireland: Rathbarry, Rosscarbery and Inchydoney Island, by Gavin Donald Rounding the Horn and More: James Kilpatrick, by Lesley Abrahams The Tale […]

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HAFS Journal Vol 14 No 3 – May 2018 – Engineering, music, travel and a claim undone

Contents Kenneth Stuart Hungerford [E.6.8a/H.1a=2]: Mining Engineer by Lesley Abrahams Woodlands, The Walk, 48 Moree Street, Gordon by Eve Hungerford An Accomplished Violinist: Bethany Eva Pascoe [E.6.8a=2] – Mrs KS Hungerford by Lesley Abrahams Tarisio, the Treasure Hunter by Eve Hungerford (footnotes by Lesley Abrahams) Did Captain Thomas Hungerford ever own Rathbarry Castle? by Anthony William […]

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The Saga of Heritage

by Dr Thomas Hungerford OBE (Patron of the Society) (Originally published in Journal Vol. 1 No. 1 – May 1991) Sir Walter Scott said: Breathes there a man with soul so dead, Who never to himself hath said This is my own, my native land? Land or heritage or something passed down from preceding generations; […]

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Marion Hall Best: INTERIORS – Tour Schedule

If you missed the Marion Hall Best exhibition while it was at the Sydney Museum, you can catch it various regional museums in 2018 and 2019. Not only will you enjoy the exhibition, but also these interesting art centres and surrounding sights. Western Plains Cultural Centre 76 Wingewarra St, Dubbo NSW 2830 Saturday 10 March […]

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HAFS Journal Vol 14 No 2 – Nov 2017 – Reading, seeing, visiting history

Contents: Australian poetess – Alys Hungerford [H.1a/E.6.8a=1], by Lesley Abrahams; A Journey to Baerami, by Brett Harvey; Sister Molly Hungerford FRC [E.1.1a.6b]: WWI ‘Bluebird’ nurse in France, by Fred Ford; Richard (‘Rick’) Warren Hungerford Sr, by Richard Hungerford; The family of Lucinda Sarah Norcott, by Anthony William Ingarfield; Visions of fairyland: Herbert Swire’s watercolours [Willys […]

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HAFS Journal Vol 13 No 4 – Nov 2016

Contents A letter of farewell  – Arthur Martin, introduced by Gordon Douglas Hungerford; Deciphering the Heraldic Achievement of Sir Edward Hungerford (1596-1648), by Stanley Wayne Hungerford; What Mollie Did Next, by Gregan McMahon; An Incident Whilst on Patrol in Vietnam, by John (Jack) Hungerford; Meadowfield, formerly Bishopscourt, Armidale, NSW, by Brett Harvey. Editorial People who live at different […]

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HAFS Journal Vol 13 No 3 – May 2016

Contents Hungerford Houses of Ashfield, byBrett Harvey; Listing of Hungerfords in the British House of Commons,  by Stanley Hungerford; William Peter Hungerford  (‘Bill’) – [E.6.2a.1b.2c], by Peter and Chris Hungerford; Merlin Herbert Hungerford [H.4a.5b / E.6.5a.5b], by Lesley Abrahams; Thiawanda, The Slopes, Kurrajong, NSW, by Antony Guy Hungerford. Editorial Houses in which a family lives for […]

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HAFS Journal Vol 13 No 2 – Nov 2015

Contents: Mary Kate Hungerford [E.6.12a] and Gregan McMahon, by Gregan McMahon. Houses of the Hunter Valley, by Brett Harvey and Pauline Tyrrell; Hungerford Heraldry (ctd) by Lesley Jane Abrahams.   Editorial: Rarely has an issue of the HAFS Journal had so many photographs and graphics. Many of the old photographs were printed in sepia, which comes across reasonably […]

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HAFS Journal Vol 13 No 1 – May 2015

Contents: Hungerford-French-Viking Connections, by Gavin Donald; Robert Ellington Greenwood [E.2.7a.7b], by Lesley Jane Abrahams; Hungerford Homes: Bramhall, by Brett Harvey; Owlpen – A Tale of Two Historic Homes, by Pauline Tyrrell; Alexander William Sheppard [L.XIV.ii.2.5a.3b=], by Angela Lind.   Editorial: Two significant themes run through most of the articles in this, the first issue of the thirteenth volume of […]

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HAFS Journal Vol 12 No 4 – Nov 2014

Contents: Brian Thomas Hungerford [E.6.4a.5b.2c] – storyteller, author, musician Whither the Hungerford name? The Spooner Connection, by Stanley Hungerford; Shipping Arrivals in Australia and New Zealand, by Lesley Jane Abrahams; Hungerford Descendants: Awards, Part VIII, by Pauline Tyrrell; Guy Hungerford [H.4a], by Lesley Jane Abrahams; Edward Swire [H.10=] – an embezzlement, by Brett Harvey. Editorial: Some issues of […]

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HAFS Journal Vol 12 No 3 – May 2014

Contents: Living Historian – 2011, by Vince Conant; Operation Coburg, Vietnam 1968, by John (Jack) Hungerford with Ian Atkinson; Jack Hungerford recalls his Vietnam service, by John (Jack) Hungerford; Theodore A. Hungerford Memorial Museum, Harwington CT USA, by Rich & Stanley Hungerford; Farleigh Hungerford Castle: Summary of Owners, by Lesley Abrahams; Cordillo Downs Station History ‘Longtime’ places, by Lesley Abrahams […]

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HAFS Journal Vol 12 No 2 – Nov 2013

Contents: Canadian cousins – who they are and why we have them, by John WB Hungerford; An early farming family: Elizabeth & Adam McClure, re-published from The Horsham Times (Vic), Friday 20 December 1935 Cadelgo – South Australia, North East Corner, by Lesley Abrahams; A Strange Christmas, by Herbert (Gene) Hungerford; Thomas Leigh Simpson, by Lesley Abrahams; LAC William (Bill) […]

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HAFS Journal Vol 12 No 1 – May 2013

Contents: Cecil Payne Hungerford [E.6.2a], by Lesley Jane Abrahams; Hungerford Market – Old (1682) and New (1832), by Rich Hungerford; The Reverend Lovick Tyrrell [E.2.3a=], by Lisa & Allan Thomas; Hungerford Descendants: Awards, Part VII, by Pauline Tyrrell; Memories about Launcelot Machell Travers Hungerford [H.6a], by Ann Riches; Family History 1066 – 2010: Picot, Pigott-Stainsby-Conant, Hungerford – UK and Australia, […]

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HAFS Journal Vol 11 No 4 – Nov 2012

Contents: ‘Hungerford Knot’ window reveals Dunch – Hungerford links, by Stanley Hungerford; Hungerford Market and the site of Charing Cross Railway Station, by Vince Conant; Dungaleer or Dungalear or Thungalier, by Lesley Abrahams; The Fate of Lynn Farnham, by Rich Hungerford; The Will of Joanne Hungerford (née Hussey), by Jenny Wilson; Hungerford Descendants: Awards, Part VI, by Pauline Tyrrell; Twenty […]

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