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The List of Certificates and Transcripts has been further updated with the latest results of recent visits to the various State archives etc by Pauline Tyrrell [E.2.4a.10b.1c.2d=] and Brett Harvey [E.1.1a.15b.1c.1d.1e=].
Contents Editorial by Charles Sherlock Everard de Hungreford: The quest for the first Hungerford ancestor by Peter SherlockEnid – a legend in her own lifetime by Pauline Tyrrell“A pretty ordinary kind of bloke” Athol Gordon Townley – 1905-1963 by Lesley GreenwoodWilliam Jacob Watriama (1880-1925): an advocate and his family by Lesley Abrahams Please login to […]
Contents Editorial by Charles Sherlock ‘An Authentic Tale’ by Pauline TyrrellOrigins of the Irish Hungerfords: new evidence by Peter SherlockHAFS Letters: 1896 – 1916 by Lesley Greenwood & Pauline Tyrrell Please login to continue reading. Not a member? Subscriptions support our research costs. Find out about joining us at our Membership page.
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John (Jack) Hungerford [B.3a.4b.1c] has written of his Vietnam experiences previously in our Journals and in this issue adds two more accounts of his 1967-1968 Tour. The St Leon family circus pioneered this form of entertainment in Australia, which research by HAFS President, Lesley Abrahams [H.4a.1b.1c.1d/E.6.5a.1b.1c.1d)], shows has Hungerford links. Brett Harvey [E.1.1a.15b.1c.1d.1e=] picks up […]
Contents Ballyrisode House, County Cork, Ireland a Hungerford home from 1895 to 1989, Lesley Abrahams; Fernhill House, Clonakilty, County Cork, Ireland: a Hungerford home, Lesley Abrahams; Sir Robert George Wyndham Herbert (1831–1905), Pauline Tyrrell; Gregan Thomas McMahon [E.6.12a] and the Sydney Repertory Theatre, Brett Harvey; ‘Island Boy’ – Sir Thomas Davis [L.VIII.iv.3.5a.2b], Gabrielle Buckley. Editorial […]
Contents Hesba Fay Brinsmead (nèe Hungerford): Memories of my aunt, Lesley Jane Abrahams; ‘Frozen In’ Antarctica: Spin a yarn, sailor! Garth Muirson; Hungerford Descendants: Awards, Part IX, Pauline Tyrrell; The Tale of Four Houses – Part 2 3/153a The Grove, Queen Street, Woollahra, Brett Harvey. Editorial Historical records are inevitably material objects. Some seem to […]
Here are some questions you might have…. How do I renew my membership if it has lapsed and I can’t login in to the website anymore? You can create a new membership with a new username online, or email our web administrator to get your membership extended briefly to allow you to log in and […]
We have recently added several new books to our Resource Collection, uploaded the last two Journals (for members only access) and updated the Index to Journals & Newsletters. If you’re working from a version of the index that you downloaded some time ago, you should refresh your copy. HAFS Resources – a number of […]
Our search feature has recently been updated to support quoted searches or string searches. For example, typing “Mary Hungerford” in the search box (with the quote marks) will now give you results containing this exact string before items which might just contain Mary and Hungerford. Don’t be deterred if it highlights the separate words in […]
General: Clear and accessible writing using good English is expected. As a rule, the Style Manual (Commonwealth Government, 6th ed 2002) is used to resolve issues regarding spelling, grammar or style. Correct spelling of names, nicknames and places is important so that identification is clear. Where a person is listed in Hungerfords Down Under, please […]
Members will have seen various Research Reports published in the HAFS Newsletters from time to time. The Research Reports are usually prepared by Pauline Tyrrell [E.2.4a.10b.1c.2d=] and are tabled at Committee Meetings as part of the ongoing review of HAFS activities. Pauline and Brett Harvey [E.1.1a.15b.1c.1d.1e=] are regular visitors to the various State archives, Registers […]
After a successful Committee Meeting on Saturday 9 February 2019 at Tyrrell’s Winery, a number of brave souls (Committee Members and volunteers) gathered at the Winery on Sunday under the leadership of Pauline Tyrrell [E.2.4a.10b.1c.2d=] who had assembled a variety of tasks that needed to be completed to ensure HAFS resources and records are kept […]
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 […]
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 […]
Members may not be aware that we have a significant volume of printed resources available for members’ use and research, housed at Tyrrell’s Vineyard, Pokolbin in an area of the Winery which HAFS is able to use for this purpose, thanks to the Tyrrell Family’s generosity. Apart from books and other written and visual materials, […]
Now HAFS members can compose a draft for an article on the website using the page Submit a Draft. It’s so simple. Just provide a title and enter a couple of paragraphs. Provide a few images if you can – high resolution JPEG or PNG files are best. Then select a category if you […]