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Finding Hungerford

The town of Hungerford is located on the border of New South Wales and Queensland on the Paroo River, which is often only a string of waterholes. However, when in flood, the river provides a good water source for cattle and travellers, at the northern end of the Murray-Darling Basin, 214 km north-west of Bourke […]

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HAFS Journal Vol. 8 No. 4 Nov 2006

Contents Will of Catherine Hungerford (E.6=2); Will and Codicils of Thomas Hungerford (E.6); ‘Address’ to Wm Moore Hungerford, ‘Reply’, and Newspaper account, by Rebecca Lundy; Sir Edward Coke: Hungerford ancestor, by Pauline Tyrrell; The Honorable Orville Hungerford – humble origins, near greatness, by Richard W. Hungerford, Jr. & Andre James Hungerford; Editorial The articles in […]

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HAFS Journal Vol 6 No 3 – May 2002

Contents: Townsend J. W. Hungerford: Historian and History-Maker, by Sue Hungerford; Thomas Hungerford and the Boer War, by Betty Crowley; Another Hungerford Letter: the Nohoval Inheritance, by W. Hungerford; Hungerford Heraldry Part III, by Ron Mathieson; The Will of Emanuel Hungerford, by Peter Sherlock. Editorial: Townsend Hungerford was one of a number of folk who, in the early nineteenth […]

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HAFS Journal Vol 4 No 3 – May 1998

Contents: Lady Agnes Hungerford, by W.J. Hardy (1880); Tracing the Hungerfords, by Walter Goodman; The Search for Ernest Chapman, by Judith M.W. Fitz-Henry and Loane Lilley; Thomas Hungerford and Baerami Station, by Ian Ellis; British Difficulties Under Solution (Part 1), by Frederick R. Hungerford; Hungerford Lists 2: English BDMs 1901-1950, by Peter Sherlock.   Editorial: by Peter […]

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Thomas Hungerford [E.6]

Thomas Hungerford was born 6 September 1823, Novohal, Co Cork, Ireland.   He was the sixth child of Emanuel and Catherine Hungerford. He was privately educated with his brother Septimus, going on to manage many of his father’s properties, especially Baerami and Thungalier. He married (1) Emma Hollingsworth Wood, the daughter of Lieutenant John Wood RN and […]

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