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101 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1290)
 
102 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F0516
 
103 Description: "Clancy of the Overflow" in the Bulletin Paterson, Andrew Barton (I0147)
 
104 Description: "Grove Estate"

He purchased this for 30,000 pounds. 
Barton, Thomas (I0395)
 
105 Description: "Rio Grande's Last Race and Other Verses" Paterson, Andrew Barton (I0147)
 
106 Description: "Saltbush Bill, JP and Other Verses" Paterson, Andrew Barton (I0147)
 
107 Description: "Straws on the Stream" Darvall, Emily Mary (I0136)
 
108 Description: "The Animals that Noah Forgot" Paterson, Andrew Barton (I0147)
 
109 Description: "The Man from Snowy River & other verses"

This was Banjos first book and has sold more copies than any other book of Australian poetry. 
Paterson, Andrew Barton (I0147)
 
110 Description: "The Shearer's Colt", a novel Paterson, Andrew Barton (I0147)
 
111 Description: 21 Cabbage Tree Road, Williamtown, NSW Marlan, Alphonsus Gregory (I0044)
 
112 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I0583)
 
113 Description: 30th Battalion, 2nd Reinforcement of the Australian Imperial Force with Rank of Private #1742 Gowing, Roy Lanchester (I0028)
 
114 Description: 6th Light Horse

At one time he had 23 boils on his neck while in the desert while pushing the Turks out of Palestine.
Another time they were moving on horseback in the night. He fell asleep on his horse which walked up to walk beside the lead horse, which happened to be the Colonel's horse. The Colonel did not mind and let him sleep beside him as they walked through the night. 
Martin, Ronald Vincent (I0088)
 
115 Description: a heart attack

"Banjo" died of a heart attack in an unnamed hospital. Would have been one close to where he lived no doubt. He went in for a short illness. He was sitting in a chair waiting to go home again when he died. 
Paterson, Andrew Barton (I0147)
 
116 Description: Anne was a widow and Fredrick's fifth wife. Frederick married within 6 months of the death of his previous wife, Sarah Family F0071
 
117 Description: as a Foreign Correspondent to cover the Boxer Rebellion in China Paterson, Andrew Barton (I0147)
 
118 Description: as a nurse Martin, June (I0094)
 
119 Description: as an engineer Martin, Geoffery (I0097)
 
120 Description: as being the foundation secretary of Cape Hawke SLSC Hibble, Lynette Winston Jean (I0005)
 
121 Description: as Chief Constable Merideth, Frederick (Jnr) (I0200)
 
122 Description: as editor Paterson, Andrew Barton (I0147)
 
123 Description: as editor Paterson, Andrew Barton (I0147)
 
124 Description: as Post Master Merideth, Frederick (Jnr) (I0200)
 
125 Description: as station manager Barton, Robert Darvall (I0138)
 
126 Description: At 16 he left school and took over the management of the 700 acres of freehold that remained after his father sold off most of the Boree Nyrang run Barton, Robert Darvall (I0138)
 
127 Description: Australian Army Gowing, Roy Lanchester (I0028)
 
128 Description: Australian forces Paterson, Andrew Barton (I0147)
 
129 Description: Australian forces as an ambulance driver

On the outbreak of war, Paterson tried unsuccessfully to cover the war as a correspondent. He then enlisted in an Australian remount division and was commissioned a lieutenant in the AIF and posted to the Middle East, where he supervised the allied horses so successfully that he reached the rank of Major. His wife also served in a nearby hospital in Ismailia. 
Paterson, Andrew Barton (I0147)
 
130 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I0529)
 
131 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I0001)
 
132 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I0001)
 
133 Description: Charles opened the CBC bank branch in Wellington Family F0085
 
134 Description: died of pneumonia Norley, Albert (I0638)
 
135 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I0001)
 
136 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I0033)
 
137 Description: Enlisted with the rank of Private. Lake, Joseph (I0042)
 
138 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I0001)
 
139 Description: Frederick and Sarah spent their final years living at Bankstown, where father and son, Frederick had each received grants Family F0070
 
140 Description: Frederick and Sarah were buried side by side at Liverpool. Mason, Sarah (I0198)
 
141 Description: Frederick arrived with the first fleet as a cook/baker on the H.M.S. Sirius Merideth, Frederick (I0195)
 
142 Description: Frederick carved "FM 1788" in a rock. Merideth, Frederick (I0195)
 
143 Description: Frederick grew crops on Garden Island. Merideth, Frederick (I0195)
 
144 Description: Frederick had his ear grazed in an encounter with aborigines. Merideth, Frederick (I0195)
 
145 Description: Frederick received lashes for exchanging rum for a possum. Merideth, Frederick (I0195)
 
146 Description: Frederick was the first post master of the Liverpool Post Office. Merideth, Frederick (I0195)
 
147 Description: He became a member of the Loyal Sydney Association Merideth, Frederick (I0195)
 
148 Description: He lived with his grandmother Emily Mary Barton and attended Sydney Grammer School.

Rose's eldest son, Andrew Barton (Banjo) Paterson, had been a resident at Rockend in the 1870s while he attended Sydney Grammar School. 
Paterson, Andrew Barton (I0147)
 
149 Description: He named the island. Stewart, William (I0194)
 
150 Description: He was admitted as an attorney, solicitor and proctor of the Supreme Court of NSW Paterson, Andrew Barton (I0147)
 

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