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JOURNAL & MONTHJOURNAL REFERENCECONTENTS IN JOURNALAUTHOR
May 1991Volume 1 Number 1The Hungerfords: a poemIan Ellis
May 1991Volume 1 Number 1The Saga of HeritageDr T G Hungerford
May 1991Volume 1 Number 1The Home is the HunterMarcia Hungerford Clarke
May 1991Volume 1 Number 1Heritage Week Tour 1989Ron Prentice
May 1991Volume 1 Number 1"Font Hill": Historians make Second Visit (reprinted from the Newcastle and Hunter District Historical Society Journal, May 1949, Vol III, Part VIII)
May 1991Volume 1 Number 1Cover: Emanuel Hungerford and Catherine Loane (reproduced from copies held by Marcia Clarke)
November 1991Volume 1 Number 2Tom White Melville Winder: the Voyages of 1814-1817Bob Winder & Ron Prentice
November 1991Volume 1 Number 2Archibald Wellesley ('Wells') Chapman: My Early Bush Experiences, with an Introduction by Judith Mary Wellesley Fitz-HenryArchibald Wellesley Chapman
November 1991Volume 1 Number 2A Hungerford Letter (1848), Annie Hungerford to Septimus Hungerford, with an Introduction by Charles SherlockCharles Sherlock
November 1991Volume 1 Number 2Hungerfords & Bridges: Family ConnectionsAlfred Bridge Watts
November 1991Volume 1 Number 2Cover: Annie (Hungerford) Chapman (1827-1920) (courtesy of Marcia Clarke)
May 1992Volume 1 Number 3The Close Family (reproduced courtesy of The John Palmer Society)
May 1992Volume 1 Number 3"Thou shalt remember all the way which the Lord thy God led thee"Sir Marcus Loane
May 1992Volume 1 Number 3Tom White Melville Winder: Part 2: The Sydney MerchantBob Winder & Ron Prentice
May 1992Volume 1 Number 3The Pilcher and Hungerford ConnectionAnn Ashby
May 1992Volume 1 Number 3Archibald Wellesley ('Wells') Chapman: My Early Bush Experiences Part 2: Holidays and GrandparentsArchibald Wellesley Chapman
May 1992Volume 1 Number 3Determining Relationships using Hungerfords of the HunterJohn BS Hungerford
May 1992Volume 1 Number 3Cover: Catherine (Loane) Hungerford (1786-1867) with Mrs Margery Loane (1741-1809), her grandmother (courtesy of Peter Sherlock and Betty Loane)
November 1992Volume 1 Number 4My Early Bush Experiences Part 3: School-days and Grandparents' DeathsArchibald Wellesley Chapman
November 1992Volume 1 Number 4The New Zealand SagaSue Hungerford
November 1992Volume 1 Number 4Achievement by DefaultRon Prentice
November 1992Volume 1 Number 4Shirley Ursula Mary Hungerford, including ThiawandaMeredyth Hungerford
November 1992Volume 1 Number 4The Daunt FamilyFrances Schwarze
November 1992Volume 1 Number 4Famous Crosshaven FamiliesWilliam George Daunt
November 1992Volume 1 Number 4Tom White Melville Winder, Part 3: 1821: Change of DirectionRon Prentice
November 1992Volume 1 Number 4Drawing of gravestone of Colonel Townsend Hungerford, in Melbourne General Cemetery
May 1993Volume 2 Number 1Diaries from 30 August 1890 to 30 September 1890Jessie Newth
May 1993Volume 2 Number 1Is Your Name HungerfordE L Davis
May 1993Volume 2 Number 1Introduction to the Jackson PapersCanon J E Jackson
May 1993Volume 2 Number 1Hungerfords in the Gulf of CarpentariaBetty Crowley
May 1993Volume 2 Number 1Memories of Owlpen and Font HillSylvia Cribb
May 1993Volume 2 Number 1Jessie (Hungerford) Newth (1846-1912)
November 1993Volume 2 Number 2Septimus HungerfordMelville Newth
November 1993Volume 2 Number 2John Hungerford, Esq: RememberedMarlene Peterson
November 1993Volume 2 Number 2Diaries from 1 October - 8 December 1890Jessie Newth
November 1993Volume 2 Number 2Cover: Septimus Hungerford (1825-1927) (from a portrait in the possession of his descendants)
May 1994Volume 2 Number 3Footsteps: The Hungerfords of Down AmpneyRonald H Prentice
May 1994Volume 2 Number 3Thomas Hungerford of RathbarryPeter D Sherlock
May 1994Volume 2 Number 3InchedonyMarcia Hungerford Clarke
May 1994Volume 2 Number 3When One & One Makes OneRonald H Prentice
May 1994Volume 2 Number 3Garnet Marcus Hungerford (1882-1929)Beverley (Hungerford) Reilly
May 1994Volume 2 Number 3"Home-Made" Car (reprinted from Sea, Land and Air, September 1922 pp451-2
May 1994Volume 2 Number 3The Armorial Bearings of John Hungerford (1658-1729) The cover illustration is reproduced from an original contained in the Jackson Papers
November 1994Volume 2 Number 4Baerami Creek 160th Anniversary CelebrationsBetty Crowley
November 1994Volume 2 Number 4The Hungerford Rocket CarKeith Marvin
November 1994Volume 2 Number 4Hungerford HeraldryRon Prentice
November 1994Volume 2 Number 4Thomas Melville WinderMaitland Mercury 26 April 1881
November 1994Volume 2 Number 4Two Hungerford Wills: Edith Strange (1599) and John Hungerford (1729)
November 1994Volume 2 Number 4Seal of Walter Lord Hungerford (1378-1449)
May 1995Volume 3 Number 1Hunting for HungerfordBetty Crowley
May 1995Volume 3 Number 1The Hungerford BridgeRon Prentice
May 1995Volume 3 Number 1The Wellington ConnectionNewth Family
May 1995Volume 3 Number 1We Warn't so Pertickler - A Peom about the Church at Farleigh HungerfordAnon
May 1995Volume 3 Number 1The Tomb of Lord Walter Hungerford KG in Salisbury CathedralCannon Fletcher
May 1995Volume 3 Number 1Captain Emanuel Hungerford (1785-1872)
Nov 1995Volume 3 Number 2The Death and Life of Mary (Hungerford) ShaaPeter Sherlock
Nov 1995Volume 3 Number 2The Will and Codicil of Mary Shaa
Nov 1995Volume 3 Number 2The Ancient Town of Hungerford in BerkshireRon Prentice & EL (Jim) Davis
Nov 1995Volume 3 Number 2Memorials at Wellow and OwlpenJudith & John Fitz-Henry
Nov 1995Volume 3 Number 2The Monument of Robert Lord HungerfordCanon JMJ Fletcher
Nov 1995Volume 3 Number 2Leonard 'Bruce' HungerfordVeronica Hungerford
May 1996Volume 3 Number 3Farley CastleBetty Crowley
May 1996Volume 3 Number 3The Hungerfords of England: Genealogical Charts of the Main BranchesComplied from Canon Jackson's Papers
May 1996Volume 3 Number 3A Hungerford Achievement - painted by a descendant of Anne Hungerford Chapman
May 1996Volume 3 Number 4Frederick Hungerford 1891-1966Veronica Hungerford
November 1996Volume 3 Number 4Dr Tom Hungerford & Ian EllisJudith Fitz-Henry
November 1996Volume 3 Number 4AgincourtDiana Mitchell
November 1996Volume 3 Number 4The Unfortunate HungerfordsRonald Mathieson
November 1996Volume 3 Number 4Estate Management, Mismanagement (& Poachers) at Down AmpneyBruce Jones
November 1996Volume 3 Number 4Return to CahermoreAnne Conrads
November 1996Volume 3 Number 4A Sequel to a ShipwreckMargaret Dunne & Ron Prentice
November 1996Volume 3 Number 4Evaline Victoria Carmichael
May 1997Volume 4 Number 1Map of County Cork
May 1997Volume 4 Number 1A Little Piece of IrelandBetty Crowley
May 1997Volume 4 Number 1A Day in Inchydoney 'the Gentle Isle'Betty Crowley
May 1997Volume 4 Number 1Irish Hungerford GenealogyPeter Sherlock
May 1997Volume 4 Number 1Henry Jones Hungerford 1825-1905
November 1997Volume 4 Number 2The Hanging of Agnes Hungerford (A Poem)Introduction by Peter Sherlock
November 1997Volume 4 Number 2Thomas Hungerford of ChelseaJudith Fitz-Henry
November 1997Volume 4 Number 2Sheldon ManorRon Prentice
November 1997Volume 4 Number 2Brian Robert HungerfordMeredyth Hungerford
November 1997Volume 4 Number 2The Will of Henry Jones HungerfordAnne Conrad
November 1997Volume 4 Number 2A Visit to GrandparentsVera Hungerford Farnham
November 1997Volume 4 Number 2Hungerford Lists: English BDMs 1837-1900Peter Sherlock
November 1997Volume 4 Number 2Henry Jones and Mary Boone Hungerford with their seven sons and two daughters (courtesy of Anne Conrad)
May 1998Volume 4 Number 3Lady Agnes HungerfordWJ Hardy (1880)
May 1998Volume 4 Number 3Tracing the HungerfordsWalter Goodman
May 1998Volume 4 Number 3The Search for Ernest ChapmanJudith MW Fitz-Henry and Loane Lilley
May 1998Volume 4 Number 3Thomas Hungerford and Baerami StationIan Ellis
May 1998Volume 4 Number 3British Difficulties Under Solution (Part 1)Frederick R Hungerford
May 1998Volume 4 Number 3Hungerford Lists 2: English BDMs 1901-1950Peter Sherlock
May 1998Volume 4 Number 3Thomas Hungerford with four of his children -Florence, Kenneth, Rose and Thomas
November 1998Volume 4 Number 4Nevell Owen HungerfordMolly Brown and Meredyth Hungerford
November 1998Volume 4 Number 4More Cahermore Hungerfords including ïCahirmoreÍ and ïThe Hamiltons of MilleinÍBetty Crowley Reine & Elsie Argles
November 1998Volume 4 Number 4British Difficulties under Solution (Part 2)Frederick R Hungerford
November 1998Volume 4 Number 4Hungerford Lists 3:Peter Sherlock and Richard Renold
November 1998Volume 4 Number 4PCC Will Index 1383-1858
November 1998Volume 4 Number 4Grave of Mary Boone Hungerford (nee Cowper)
May 1999Volume 5 Number 1600th Anniversary Commemoration of Sir Thomas Hungerford: invitation, abstract of the service, report in The Times, and the Sermon by the Bishop of Bath & Wells
May 1999Volume 5 Number 1On Joining the Hungerford ClanStanley Hungerford
May 1999Volume 5 Number 1On Further Tracing the HungerfordsWalter Goodman
May 1999Volume 5 Number 1Baerami and Charles Simpson: The Hub of a WheelRon Prentice
May 1999Volume 5 Number 1An Irish-Australian Freemason: Edward Hungerford (1863-1956)CS'
May 1999Volume 5 Number 1Hungerford Lists 4: Probate Records in England & Wales 1858-1992Peter Sherlock
May 1999Volume 5 Number 1Cover: Sir Thomas Hungerford
November 1999Volume 5 Number 2Letter on the Society's 10th yearRon Prentice
November 1999Volume 5 Number 2Edmund Alexander Hungerford (1853-1937) & Rose Martin (1866-1931)Tom Hungerford
November 1999Volume 5 Number 2Hope NewthBetty Crowley
November 1999Volume 5 Number 2Arthur Hungerford Thompson [E95a1b] and familyMadeleine Knizek
November 1999Volume 5 Number 2Captain Thomas of RathbarryPeter Sherlock
November 1999Volume 5 Number 2Cover: Inaugural Meeting of the Hungerford & Associated Families Society - Mosman 1990
May 2000Volume 5 Number 3What does Heraldry Mean (Part I)Ron Mathieson
May 2000Volume 5 Number 3A Friend of the Family Hungerford: EL Davis RememberedMarlene Peterson
May 2000Volume 5 Number 3Some Hungerford Skeletons in the Australian ClosetRon Prentice
May 2000Volume 5 Number 3Two Early Australian Sisters: Ellen Johnson Winder & Mary Lister DoddsPeter Sherlock
May 2000Volume 5 Number 3Recollections of the Kilpatrick Family: Margaret Florence KilpatrickMary McLaren
May 2000Volume 5 Number 3The State of New EnglandMolly Brown
May 2000Volume 5 Number 3Life at Cassilis and MerriwaHerminie Swainston
May 2000Volume 5 Number 3A Tale told by Madge KilpatrickLilian Donald
May 2000Volume 5 Number 3Mrs Kilpatrick's HorseLilian Donald
May 2000Volume 5 Number 3Hungerford Lists (4): Probate Records outside the PCC before 1858Peter Sherlock
May 2000Volume 5 Number 3Cover: Margaret Florence Kilpatrick (1907-1991)
November 2000Volume 5 Number 4An Australian Hungerford Christmas LetterMinna Hales
November 2000Volume 5 Number 4Christmas at Corsham: Hungerfords in VerseNicholas Oldisworth
November 2000Volume 5 Number 4The Gatehouse at Down AmpneyBruce V Jones
November 2000Volume 5 Number 4Brief Notes from HAFS Members:
November 2000Volume 5 Number 4Monmouth HarryRon Prentice
November 2000Volume 5 Number 4Mitford - Hungerford linksLoane Lilley
November 2000Volume 5 Number 4Thompson-Hungerford associationsLoane Lilley
November 2000Volume 5 Number 4Ernest Wykeham ChapmanLoane Lilley
November 2000Volume 5 Number 4The Naming of the City of SydneyStanley Wayne Hungerford
November 2000Volume 5 Number 4What Does Heraldry Mean? Part IIRon Mathieson
November 2000Volume 5 Number 4Hungerford Lists (5): New Zealand BDMsPeter Sherlock
November 2000Volume 5 Number 4The Heraldic Arms of Arthur Wellesley, Duke of Wellington
May 2001Volume 6 Number 1Blue Gum ForestNevell Hungerford
May 2001Volume 6 Number 1HAFS Meets Stan HungerfordJudith Fitz-Henry
May 2001Volume 6 Number 1A Farthing Makes the Difference, London in 1845Ron Prentice
May 2001Volume 6 Number 1From Sydney to Auckland: A Letter to Waimarie HungerfordMinna Hales
May 2001Volume 6 Number 1Hungerford Heraldry Part 1Ron Mathieson
May 2001Volume 6 Number 1Ellen Johnson Winder: UpdatePeter Sherlock
May 2001Volume 6 Number 1The illustration on the front cover is Hungerford Market, The Strand, London, drawn by Tho H Shepherd and engraved by T Barber, and printed by Jones & Co, 14 May 1830
November 2001Volume 6 Number 2Back to our Roots, incl Black Bourton Parish RecordsKathleen Tomkins
November 2001Volume 6 Number 2Hungerfords and Associates at LochinvarJohn Hungerford
November 2001Volume 6 Number 2Hungerford Heraldry Part IIRon Mathieson
November 2001Volume 6 Number 2Determining Relationships using Hungerfords Down UnderJohn Hungerford
November 2001Volume 6 Number 2The front cover depicts the tomb of Sir John Hungerford (d 1634) in the Hungerford Chapel, All Saints Church, Down Ampney, Gloucestershire
May 2002Volume 6 Number 3Townsend J W Hungerford: Historian and History-MakerSue Hungerford
May 2002Volume 6 Number 3Thomas Hungerford and the Boer WarBetty Crowley
May 2002Volume 6 Number 3Another Hungerford Letter: the Nohoval InheritanceT W Hungerford
May 2002Volume 6 Number 3Hungerford Heraldry Part IIIRon Mathieson
May 2002Volume 6 Number 3The Will of Emanuel HungerfordPeter Sherlock
May 2002Volume 6 Number 3The illustration on the front cover is a portrait of Townsend James William Hungerford, in possession of his descendants in New Zealand (courtesy of Sue Hungerford)
November 2002Volume 6 Number 4A Parliamentary Colonel: Anthony Hungerford (d 1657)Barry Watson
November 2002Volume 6 Number 4Following the Hungerford Name: The Holdich-HungerfordsStan Hungerford
November 2002Volume 6 Number 4Richard Colt Hoare and HungerfordianaPeter Sherlock
November 2002Volume 6 Number 4Loane Family Wills
November 2002Volume 6 Number 4Hungerfords in the 1901 Census of England and Wales
November 2002Volume 6 Number 4The illustration on the front cover is a miniature of Dr Richard Loane, part of a set inherited by his son George Loane, grandson Richard Hussey Loane, great-grandson George Loane and great-great-granddaughter Betty Loane
May 2003Volume 7 Number 1Who was on the Alexander Henry ?HAFS Committee
May 2003Volume 7 Number 1A Coincidence on the Alexander HenryJohn BS Hungerford and Elizabeth Hungerford
May 2003Volume 7 Number 1The Loanes in AustraliaEric Young
May 2003Volume 7 Number 1Reflections of a 21st Century Hungerford
May 2003Volume 7 Number 1Geoffrey Moore Hungerford (1903-2002)John B S Hungerford
May 2003Volume 7 Number 1Hungerford List: Hungerfords in Colonial Australia 1828-1900
May 2003Volume 7 Number 1Is this man Captain Emanuel Hungerford?
November 2003Volume 7 Number 2Researching the Reverend Robert ChapmanJudith Fitz-Henry
November 2003Volume 7 Number 2Robert Chapman (1814-1879)Judith Fitz-Henry
November 2003Volume 7 Number 2The Purple Silk DocumentRon Hunter
November 2003Volume 7 Number 2The illustration on the front cover is the Reverend Robert Chapman (1814-1879) copied from an original a daguerrotype in the possession of JMW Fitz-Henry
May 2004Volume 7 Number 3The De Winton familyPeter Sherlock
May 2004Volume 7 Number 3Horsemen's TalesRon Prentice
May 2004Volume 7 Number 3John Knight (1812-1912) and the HungerfordsBruce and Lindsey Ward
May 2004Volume 7 Number 3The Hungerford Double-HelixRon Mathieson
May 2004Volume 7 Number 3Snippets from the Maitland Mercury
May 2004Volume 7 Number 3Hungerfords at War: Australians in the Great WarPeter Sherlock
May 2004Volume 7 Number 3Hungerfords at War: Australia's WW2 Nominal RollEric Young
May 2004Volume 7 Number 3Notice in the Maitland Mercury & Hunter River Gazette, 24 November 1847, Page 3
November 2004Volume 7 Number 4TAG Hungerford in conversation with Phillip Adams on Writing the Biography of TAG HungerfordLate Night Live (ABC Radio, 6 October 2003)
November 2004Volume 7 Number 4The Testament of Lady Margaret Hungerford 1476Michael Crouch
November 2004Volume 7 Number 4The illustration on the front cover is of Thomas Arthur Guy 'Tom' Hungerford, the well-known Australian writer
May 2005Volume 8 Number 1Australian Vignerons 1
May 2005Volume 8 Number 1Kelman and the Care of the VineBetty Crowley
May 2005Volume 8 Number 1Lindemans: Dr Henry John Lindeman and the connection to the Hungerford FamilyJudith Fitz-Henry
May 2005Volume 8 Number 1Drayton Family Wines including an interview with Max DraytonBetty Crowley
May 2005Volume 8 Number 1TyrrellÍs Wines, including The Rothbury Estate, Terrace Vale, and Blue Tongue BreweryBruce & Pauline Tyrrell
May 2005Volume 8 Number 1McDonalds VineyardsMargaret MacDougall
May 2005Volume 8 Number 1Hungerford HillÍJohn BS Hungerford
May 2005Volume 8 Number 1Hanging Rock WineryAnn Ellis
May 2005Volume 8 Number 1Coldstream HillsJohn BS Hungerford
May 2005Volume 8 Number 1Cargo Road WineryJohn BS Hungerford
May 2005Volume 8 Number 1Cudgegong VineyardDuncan Higgs
November 2005Volume 8 Number 2Bourke Street, MaitlandPauline and Barry Richardson
November 2005Volume 8 Number 2The Stranger and the Statesman: a review articleJohn BS Hungerford
November 2005Volume 8 Number 2Rowland Walpole Loane, Esq: Two of his Sydney HousesEric Young
November 2005Volume 8 Number 2The illustration on the front cover is taken from the website of the Smithsonian Institution, Washington DC USA
May 2006Volume 8 Number 3Molly Brown's MemoriesMollie Brown
May 2006Volume 8 Number 3Anne Loane Hungerford (later Chapman): A Seed GrowsPaul S Robertson
May 2006Volume 8 Number 3Probate Packets - A Rich Genealogical SourceEric Young
May 2006Volume 8 Number 3Vane Hungerford Pennell- a British Gold Medal WinnerSW Hungerford
May 2006Volume 8 Number 3Hungerford GeographySW Hungerford et alia
May 2006Volume 8 Number 3An Indian Mutiny EscapadeGAW Hungerford (recorded)
May 2006Volume 8 Number 3Titanic auction breaks all records - Hungerford miniature reaches $140,000As reported in The Age 1 May 2006
November 2006Volume 8 Number 4Will of Catherine Hungerford [E6=2]
November 2006Volume 8 Number 4Will and Codicils of Thomas Hungerford [E6]
November 2006Volume 8 Number 4Address to Wm Moore Hungerford, Reply, and Newspaper accountRebecca Lundy
November 2006Volume 8 Number 4Sir Edward Coke: Hungerford ancestorPauline Tyrrell
November 2006Volume 8 Number 4The Honorable Orville Hungerford - humble origins, near greatness Richard W Hungerford, Jr & Andre James Hungerford
November 2006Volume 8 Number 4The illustration on the front cover is the front page of the Illuminated Address presented to Wm Moore Hungerford
May 2007Volume 9 Number 1Aunt Ethel': Ethel May Hungerford [E.6.13a]Betty Crowley
May 2007Volume 9 Number 1Surveying New South Wales - The PathfindersAngela Lind (compiler)
May 2007Volume 9 Number 1The Corbett FamilyGill Meteyard
May 2007Volume 9 Number 1Hungerford LandsDennis Martin (compiler)
May 2007Volume 9 Number 1Hungerford and Associated Families and the First World WarRebecca Lundy
May 2007Volume 9 Number 1The front cover photo depicts two Hungerfords (at far left and right) who served in the First World War
November 2007Volume 9 Number 2The Minter FamilyJudith Fitz-Henry
November 2007Volume 9 Number 2Peregrinations of a Pastoral Parson: Journals of the Revd Alfred GlenniePauline Tyrrell (ed)
November 2007Volume 9 Number 2Thomas Gordon Hungerford 1911 - 2007 (The Sydney Morning Herald, 13 November 2007)Dr Douglas Bryden & Dr John Bryden
November 2007Volume 9 Number 2Thomas Gordon Hungerford - EulogyDr Douglas Bryden & Dr John Bryden
November 2007Volume 9 Number 2Thomas Gordon Hungerford - A TributeBernard Hungerford
November 2007Volume 9 Number 2Thomas Gordon Hungerford - A TributeDr Doug Hungerford
November 2007Volume 9 Number 2Thomas Gordon Hungerford - A TributeMontague Hungerford-Symes
November 2007Volume 9 Number 2The front cover picture is of Dr & Mrs Thomas and Roslyn Hungerford
May 2008Volume 9 Number 3The Way It Was' (Part I): The memoirs of Richard Hungerford [H9a2b]A ‘Memoir’ transcribed by Elizabeth Hungerford
May 2008Volume 9 Number 3Munglinup ReunionPauline Tyrrell
May 2008Volume 9 Number 3Recollections of Early MunglinupïJackÍ Compagnoni
May 2008Volume 9 Number 3John Tyrrell Kelman [E24a7b1c]Pauline Tyrrell
May 2008Volume 9 Number 3The front cover picture is of Lieutenant Richard Hungerford [H9a2b], probably taken upon his graduation from Sandhurst He reached the rank of Major
November 2008Volume 9 Number 4The Way It Was' (Part II): The memoirs of Richard Hungerford [H9a2b]A ‘Memoir’ transcribed by Elizabeth Hungerford
November 2008Volume 9 Number 4A bottle of whiskey, a pack of cards and a pistol Richard T Hungerford
November 2008Volume 9 Number 4Soldier, Lawyer, Politician: Brigadier General John Pratt Hungerford Richard W Hungerford Jr & Andre James Hungerford
November 2008Volume 9 Number 4Tyrrell's Wines - 150th CelebrationsPauline Tyrrell
November 2008Volume 9 Number 4The front cover picture is of a fragment of a 13 inch shell unearthed from the Battle of the White House Landing during the American War of Independence
May 2009Volume 10 Number 1Hungerford Stories from Far North Queensland in the 1880s: The Infamous Case of Clarke & HungerfordPauline Tyrrell
May 2009Volume 10 Number 1Hungerford Descendants: Awards, Part 1 Pauline Tyrrell
May 2009Volume 10 Number 1The front cover picture is of a group of North Queensland Hungerfords with Edward Hungerford
November 2009Volume 10 Number 2Two pieces of Australian history: The Cullin-a-ringo Massacres & Tom WillsPauline Tyrrell
November 2009Volume 10 Number 2Hungerford Descendants: Awards, Part 2 Pauline Tyrrell
November 2009Volume 10 Number 2James Vernon [E23a8b2c]Pauline Tyrrell
November 2009Volume 10 Number 2Hungerfords and the Smithsonian InstitutionJohn BS Hungerford
November 2009Volume 10 Number 2An eerie Hungerford story: IntroductionJudith Fitz-Henry
November 2009Volume 10 Number 2An eerie Hungerford story: StoryMarcia Hungerford Clark
November 2009Volume 10 Number 2Sir Edward Hungerford (1632-1711)Jenny Wilson
November 2009Volume 10 Number 2The Burkitt LadiesPeter Halliday
November 2009Volume 10 Number 2The front cover picture is of Tom Wills with the Aboriginal cricket team which toured England
May 2010Volume 10 Number 3Halliday, Hungerford and the Hunter James Halliday
May 2010Volume 10 Number 3Jarretts of OrangePip Jarrett
May 2010Volume 10 Number 3Alderley Creek WinesJohn BS Hungerford
May 2010Volume 10 Number 3Roth, Adam (1857-1898) Kate Roth
May 2010Volume 10 Number 3Audrey Wilkinson WinesJohn BS Hungerford
May 2010Volume 10 Number 3Watagan Valley Estate - Justine Le MercierJohn BS Hungerford
May 2010Volume 10 Number 3Arthur Dalrymple KelmanPauline Tyrrell
May 2010Volume 10 Number 3Robert Richard 'Tim' TyrrellPauline Tyrrell
May 2010Volume 10 Number 3Hungerford Descendants: Awards, Part 3 Pauline Tyrrell
May 2010Volume 10 Number 3Captain Hungerford of Fort HuachucaStanley Wayne Hungerford
November 2010Volume 10 Number 4A Peripatetic LifeBetty Constance Hungerford
November 2010Volume 10 Number 4Hungerford Descendants: Awards, Part 4Pauline Tyrrell
November 2010Volume 10 Number 4The front cover picture is of Betty and Richard Hungerford and their children - Nigel, Judy and Robin - in 1961
May 2011Volume 11 Number 1Twenty years of HAFS AGMs, outings, events and Church services Pauline Richardson
May 2011Volume 11 Number 1Letters written by EKG Hungerford [E65a1b] to May Lambert from 15 Feb 1909 to 2 Aug 1910Lesley Abrahams
May 2011Volume 11 Number 1Descendants of Susan Hungerford [E24a] and their Military ServicePauline Tyrrell
May 2011Volume 11 Number 1The Lady Margaret Hungerford Charity, Corsham, England Lesley Abrahams
May 2011Volume 11 Number 1The front cover picture is of Kenelm Hungerford and May Lambert
November 2011Volume 11 Number 2Letters written by EKG Hungerford [E65a1b] to May Lambert - August to September 1910Lesley Abrahams
November 2011Volume 11 Number 2Thomas Hungerford [E6] - His Political LifePauline Tyrrell
November 2011Volume 11 Number 217th Century Hungerford - Long LinkStanley Hungerford
November 2011Volume 11 Number 2Powlett Brass, Minety Church, WiltshireStanley Hungerford
November 2011Volume 11 Number 2The front cover picture is of Thomas Hungerford [E6]
May 2012Volume 11 Number 3Letters written by EKG Hungerford [E65a1b] to May Lambert - 1 Oct 1910 - 30 Mar 1911Lesley Abrahams
May 2012Volume 11 Number 3A Trek to Hungerford Country in South West QueenslandJenny Wilson
May 2012Volume 11 Number 3A Curious 15th Century Hungerford LawsuitPeter Sherlock (edited)
May 2012Volume 11 Number 3Hungerford Descendants: Awards, Part VPauline Tyrrell (edited)
May 2012Volume 11 Number 3The Hungerfords in Ireland and their Australian descendantsVince Conant
May 2012Volume 11 Number 3The front cover picture is of Hugh Conant [E42a4b+] and children, Clockwise: Hugh Conant; Bernadette [6c]; Sue (Agnes) [3c]; Mary [1c]; a friend (mother of baby); Joan [4c]; Araluen (Ann)[5c]
November 2012Volume 11 Number 4'Hungerford Knot' window reveals Dunch _ Hungerford linksStanley Hungerford
November 2012Volume 11 Number 4Hungerford Market and the site of Charing Cross Railway StationVince Conant
November 2012Volume 11 Number 4Dungaleer or Dungalear or ThungalierLesley Abrahams
November 2012Volume 11 Number 4The Fate of Lynn FarnhamRich Hungerford
November 2012Volume 11 Number 4The Will of Joanne Hungerford nee HusseyJenny Wilson
November 2012Volume 11 Number 4Hungerford Descendants: Awards, Part VI Pauline Tyrrell
November 2012Volume 11 Number 4Twenty years of HAFS Office-Bearers and Committee MembersJohn BS Hungerford
November 2012Volume 11 Number 4Westbury, Dubbo and Dr Edmond Burkitt Lesley Abrahams
November 2012Volume 11 Number 4The front cover is an engraving of Hungerford Market, London, in 1850
May 2013Volume 12 Number 1Cecil Payne Hungerford [E.6.2a]Lesley Jane Abrahams
May 2013Volume 12 Number 1Hungerford Market - Old (1682) and New (1832)Rich Hungerford
May 2013Volume 12 Number 1The Reverend Lovick Tyrrell [E23a=]Lisa & Allan Thomas
May 2013Volume 12 Number 1Hungerford Descendants: Awards, Part VII Pauline Tyrrell
May 2013Volume 12 Number 1Memories about Launcelot Machell Travers Hungerford [H6a]Ann Riches
May 2013Volume 12 Number 1Family History 1066 - 2010: Picot, Pigott-Stainsby-Conant, Hungerford _ UK and AustraliaVince Conant
May 2013Volume 12 Number 1The front cover picture is of Brian Robert Hungerford [E65a4b3c] receiving his Medal of the Order of Australia (OAM) on 11 June 1996
November 2013Volume 12 Number 2Canadian cousins - who they are and why we have themJohn WB Hungerford
November 2013Volume 12 Number 2An early farming family: Elizabeth & Adam McClure re-published from The Horsham Times (Vic), Friday 20 December 1935
November 2013Volume 12 Number 2Cadelgo - South Australia, North East Corner Lesley Abrahams
November 2013Volume 12 Number 2A Strange ChristmasHerbert (Gene) Hungerford
November 2013Volume 12 Number 2Thomas Leigh SimpsonLesley Abrahams
November 2013Volume 12 Number 2LAC William (Bill) Hungerford Pigott ConantVince Conant
November 2013Volume 12 Number 2William Boyle Hungerford and Florence Emelia Hungerford (nee Lamb)Raechel Hungerford
November 2013Volume 12 Number 2Edmund Hungerford - ïremarkable bushmanÍLesley Abrahams
November 2013Volume 12 Number 2The front cover pictures are of bushman Edmund Hungerford [E61a] and AIF flyer Lieutenant Thomas Leigh Simpson [E23a6b2c=]
May 2014Volume 12 Number 3Living Historian - 2011Vince Conant
May 2014Volume 12 Number 3Operation Coburg, Vietnam 1968 John (Jack) Hungerford with Ian Atkinson
May 2014Volume 12 Number 3Jack Hungerford recalls his Vietnam serviceJohn (Jack) Hungerford
May 2014Volume 12 Number 3Theodore A Hungerford Memorial Museum, Harwington CT USA Rich & Stanley Hungerford
May 2014Volume 12 Number 3Farleigh Hungerford Castle: Summary of OwnersLesley Abrahams
May 2014Volume 12 Number 3Cordillo Downs Station History 'Longtime' places: Berambing and the Hungerford familyLesley Abrahams with Paul Swainston
May 2014Volume 12 Number 3Front cover pictures (left to right): Theodore A Hungerford; Walter Henry Hungerford & Alice Emily Gill; Australian helicopter over Vietnam
November 2014Volume 12 Number 4Brian Thomas Hungerford [E64a5b2c] - storyteller, author, musician???
November 2014Volume 12 Number 4Whither the Hungerford name? The Spooner connectionStanley Hungerford
November 2014Volume 12 Number 4Shipping Arrivals in Australia and New ZealandLesley Jane Abrahams
November 2014Volume 12 Number 4Hungerford Descendants: Awards, Part VIIIPauline Tyrrell
November 2014Volume 12 Number 4Guy Hungerford [H4a]Lesley Jane Abrahams
November 2014Volume 12 Number 4Edward Swire [H10=] - an embezzlementBrett Harvey
November 2014Volume 12 Number 4The front cover picture is of Anne Nichols hugging Valencia Creek CFA leader David Montague [Svi18a5b1c3d], after her Seaton home had been saved Picture: Tim Carrafa Source: Herald Sun
May 2015Volume 13 Number 1Hungerford-French-Viking ConnectionsGavin Donald
May 2015Volume 13 Number 1Robert Ellington Greenwood [E27a7b]Lesley Jane Abrahams
May 2015Volume 13 Number 1Hungerford Homes: Bramhall and Owlpen - A Tale of Two Historic HomesBrett Harvey and Pauline Tyrrell
May 2015Volume 13 Number 1Alexander William Sheppard [LXIVii25a3b=]Angela Lind
May 2015Volume 13 Number 1The front cover pictures are of Owlpen at Farley NSW (left) and Robert Ellington Greenwood [E27a7b] (right), in his newly acquired AIF uniform for service in Egypt, 1915
November 2015Volume 13 Number 2Mary Kate Hungerford [E612a] and Gregan McMahonGregan McMahon
November 2015Volume 13 Number 2Houses of the Hunter ValleyBrett Harvey and Pauline Tyrrell
November 2015Volume 13 Number 2Hungerford Heraldry continued ƒLesley Jane Abrahams
November 2015Volume 13 Number 2The front cover photographs are of Mary Kate Hungerford [E612a] and her husband Gregan McMahon
May 2016Volume 13 Number 3Hungerford Houses of AshfieldBrett Harvey
May 2016Volume 13 Number 3Listing of Hungerfords in the British House of CommonsStanley Hungerford
May 2016Volume 13 Number 3William Peter Hungerford (Bill) [E62a1b2c]Peter and Chris Hungerford
May 2016Volume 13 Number 3Merlin Herbert Hungerford [H4a5b / E65a5b]Lesley Abrahams
May 2016Volume 13 Number 3Thiawanda, The Slopes, Kurrajong, NSW Antony Guy Hungerford
May 2016Volume 13 Number 3The front cover photographs are of ïConistonÍ, Ashfield NSW and Sir Thomas Hungerford, first Speaker of the House of Commons, 1376
November 2016Volume 13 Number 4A letter of farewell -Arthur Martin
November 2016Volume 13 Number 4A letter of farewell - Introduced byGordon Douglas Hungerford
November 2016Volume 13 Number 4Deciphering the Heraldic Achievement of Sir Edward Hungerford (1596-1648)Stanley Wayne Hungerford
November 2016Volume 13 Number 4What Mollie did nextGregan McMahon
November 2016Volume 13 Number 4An incident whilst on patrol in VietnamJohn (Jack) Hungerford
November 2016Volume 13 Number 4Meadowfield, formerly Bishopscourt, Armidale, NSW Brett Harvey
November 2016Volume 13 Number 4The front cover photographs are of the grave effigies of Sir Edward and Lady Margaret Hungerford; Margaret Hungerford; Albert Whitby and Emily Susannah (nee Bedwell) Simpson of Meadowfield; and Corporal John (Jack) Hungerford, in Saigon
May 2017Volume 14 Number 1The Life, Times and Family of Becher Hungerford [B] and Lucinda Sarah Norcott [B=]Anton Ingarfield
May 2017Volume 14 Number 1Farley HomesteadBrett Harvey
May 2017Volume 14 Number 1Sister Emily Connell [LIXv24a]Pauline Tyrrell

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