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Monthly Archives: April 2016

Edward King COX (1829–1883) and James Charles COX (1834-1912)

Edward King Cox (1829-1883), grazier, and James Charles Cox (1834-1912), medical practitioner, were the eldest and third sons of Edward Cox, M.L.C., of Fernhill, Mulgoa, and his wife Jane Maria, daughter of Richard Brooks, and grandsons of William Cox. Both were born at Mulgoa, Edward on 28 June 1829 and James on 21 July 1834. … Continue reading »

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Dabee Aboriginal Travelling Exhibition

The Dabee Aboriginal Travelling Exhibition will be on display between 10am and 4pm daily on the 14th, 15th & 16th April 2016 in the Bridge View Inn, everyone is welcome to attend. The exhibition was put together by North East Wiradjuri Co and Kandos Historical Society, and designed by Lyn Syme, Kevin Williams, Wendy Lewis … Continue reading »

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Constance MOULDS (1897–1972)

Constance Moulds (1897-1972), trotting trainer, was born on 14 February 1897 at Rylstone, New South Wales, daughter of London-born Dudley Joseph Stephens, mounted-police constable, and his Victorian wife Mary Eleanor, née Calvert. In 1908 the family moved to Rouse Hill and on leaving school Connie worked as a clerk. On 17 May 1919 she married … Continue reading »

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