Tom Quilty
Thomas John Quilty (4 April 1887 - 1979) was an Australian station owner, pastoralist, philanthropist, and bush poet. To this day he still holds the record for the largest freehold land acreage in Au...
Bruce Scott
Bruce Craig Scott (born 20 October 1943), an Australian politician, is the Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives since 2012. He has been a National Party member of the Australian House of Rep...
John Ellis (pastoralist)
John Ellis (c. 1803 – 22 March 1873) generally known as "Captain Ellis", was a pastoralist and businessman prominent in the early days of South Australia.He was a son of an Oxford clergyman of the Chu...
Charles Ebden
Charles Hotson Ebden (1811 – 28 October 1867) was an Australian pastoralist and politician, a member of the New South Wales Legislative Council, the Victorian Legislative Council and the Victori...
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Benjamin Boyd
Benjamin Boyd (21 August 1801 – 15 October 1851) was a Scottish-born Australian pioneer and entrepreneur, and briefly, a politician.Boyd became one of the largest landholders and grazie...
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Sidney Yeates
Sidney Yeates (ca.September 1831 – 20 June 1918) was a pastoralist and businessman in South Australia and Queensland; principal of the firm of Cudmore, Yeates and Co.
Sidney Yeates was born in Lon...
Albert Yeates
Albert Yeates (9 November 1860 – 10 October 1941) was a pastoralist and businessman in Queensland and principal of the firm of Cudmore and Yeates.
Born in South Australia, the second son of Sidney...
Ernest Augustus Lee Steere
Sir Ernest Augustus Lee Steere (19 March 1866 – 22 December 1927) was a prominent Australian businessman and pastoralist.
Lee Steere was born on 19 March 1866 in Beverley and was th...
Joseph Bradshaw (pastoralist)
Joseph Bradshaw (1854 – 23 July 1916) was a pastoralist in Western Australia and then the Northern Territory.
Bradshaw was born in Melbourne in 1854, one of seven children born to a Victoria...
James Ainslie (pastoralist)
James Ainslie (1787-1844) was a Scottish pastoralist, best known as the first overseer of the property known as Duntroon in the Australian Capital Territory. During his time on the property between 18...
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William Robertson (Australian settler)
William Robertson (7 October 1798 – 18 January 1874) was an Australian pastoralist. Born in Scotland and emigrating to Van Diemen's Land (now Tasmania) he rose to prominence by becoming a member of t...
Isadore Samuel Emanuel
Isadore Samuel Emanuel (4 February 1860 – 5 January 1954) was a pastoralist and businessman in Western Australia.
Emanuel was born in Goulburn in 1860, the son of Solomon Emanuel, Jr. who wa...
George Julius Brockman
George Julius Brockman (2 January 1850 – 29 August 1912) was a prominent explorer and pastoralist in the Gascoyne and Kimberley regions of Western Australia.Born in 1850 at Guildford, George was the s...
William James Browne
William James Browne, MRCS (1815 – 4 December 1894), generally referred to as Dr. Browne, was a grazier and pastoralist in South Australia who was born and died in England. His brother, John Harris B...
Joseph Gilbert (winemaker)
Joseph Gilbert (1800 – 23 December 1881) was a pastoralist and winemaker in South Australia from 1839 until his death.Gilbert was born in Puckshipton, Wiltshire, England, in the Vale of Pewsey. ...
Alick J Murray
Alexander James "Alick" Murray (ca.1850 – 18 April 1929) was a pastoralist and sheep breeder of South Australia.
Alick was the third son of John Murray of Murray Vale Estate, Mount Crawford ...
Patrick Durack
Patrick Durack (March 1834 – 20 January 1893) was a pastoral pioneer in Western Australia. His family were struggling tenant farmers from Magherareagh near Scarriff in County Clare, Ireland who moved...
Stuart Donaldson
Sir Stuart Alexander Donaldson (16 December 1812 – 11 January 1867) was the first Premier of the Colony of New South Wales.
Donaldson was born in London, England. He entered his father's firm at t...
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Frederick Henry Handcock
Frederick Henry Handcock (c.1815 – 28 November 1847) was a notable pioneering pastoralist, horse racing enthusiast, and overlander of South Australia.
Born c.1815 at Athlone, Westmeath, Ireland, ...
Henry Stuart Russell
Henry Stuart Russell (16 March 1818 – 5 March 1889) was an explorer, politician and pastoralist, best known for establishing the Cecil Plains Station around the Condamine River area.
Russell was b...
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Philip McBride
Sir Philip Albert Martin McBride KCMG (18 June 1892 – 14 July 1982) was an Australian politician.McBride was born into a well-known pastoral family and educated at Burra Public School and Prince Alfre...
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Clarence Goode
Clarence Goode (17 August 1875 – 30 April 1969) was a farmer and politician in South Australia. Descendants pronounce the family name to rhyme with "wood".
Clarence was born at Canowie Station the...
E. H. Bakewell
Edward Howard Bakewell (6 July 1859 – 31 March 1944) was a South Australian pastoralist, businessman and administrator.Born at North Adelaide, he was a son of Samuel Bakewell (ca.1815 – 22 September 1...
James Boucaut
Sir James Penn Boucaut, , (29 October 1831 – 1 February 1916) was an Australian judge and politician, Premier of South Australia three times: 1866–1867, 1875–1876 and 1877–1878.
Boucaut was born i...
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Daniel Cudmore (businessman)
Daniel Michael Paul Cudmore (1811 – 3 November 1891) was a pastoralist in the early days of South Australia and the founder of a family highly influential in that and other States, especially Queensla...
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John Macarthur (wool pioneer)
John Macarthur (1767 – 10 April 1834) was a British army officer, entrepreneur, politician, architect and pioneer of settlement in Australia. Macarthur is recognised as the pioneer of the wool industr...
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William Butcher
William James Burchell Butcher (24 July 1858–24 May 1944), Australian politician, was a Member of the Western Australian Legislative Assembly for twelve years.Born in Richmond, Tasmania on 24 July 185...
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