Tom White Melville Winder

Portrait of Catherine Loane

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The Corroboree on Mr Winder’s property

Whether you are a descendant of Tom White Melville Winder or a person with an interest in Indigenous history, you might find this article in The Saturday Magazine No 255, dated 25 June 1836 interesting. The Corroboree – The Saturday Magazine

HAFS Journal Vol 1 No 4 – Nov 1992

Contents My Early Bush Experiences – Part 3: School-days and Grandparents’ Deaths, by Archibald Wellesley Chapman The New Zealand Saga, by Sue Hungerford Achievement by Default, by Ron Prentice Shirley Ursula Mary Hungerford, including Thiawanda, by Meredyth Hungerford The Daunt Family, by Frances Schwarze Famous Crosshaven Families, by William George Daunt Tom White Melville Winder, Part 3: 1821: Change …

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HAFS Journal Vol 1 No 2 – Nov 1991

Contents Tom White Melville Winder: the Voyages of 1814-1817, by Bob Winder & Ron Prentice Archibald Wellesley (‘Wells’) Chapman: My Early Bush Experiences, with an Introduction by Judith Mary Wellesley Fitz-Henry, by Archibald Wellesley Chapman A Hungerford Letter (1848), Annie Hungerford to Septimus Hungerford, with an Introduction by Charles Sherlock Hungerfords & Bridges:  Family Connections, by Alfred …

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The Winder Family [W]

Tom White Melville Winder was, according to family tradition since his children’s lifetimes, the son of Arthur Wesley, later known as Arthur Wellesley, the Duke of Wellington, and Lady Mary Melville. (There is no Lady Mary Melville recorded in the period, however Elizabeth Rennie, wife of Henry Dundas, Viscount Melville, divorced her husband in 1779, …

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