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Burials at Toowong Cemetery: Frank Forde, Samuel Griffith, Alfred John Raymond, Steele Rudd, T. J. Ryan, William Forgan Smith, Walter Hill

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Published August 19th 2011
ISBN : 9781233132577
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50 pages
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 49. Chapters: Frank Forde, Samuel Griffith, Alfred John Raymond, Steele Rudd, T. J. Ryan, William Forgan Smith,MorePlease note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 49. Chapters: Frank Forde, Samuel Griffith, Alfred John Raymond, Steele Rudd, T. J. Ryan, William Forgan Smith, Walter Hill, Robert Philp, Anthony Musgrave, Augustus Charles Gregory, Kevin Izod ODoherty, John Petrie, Charles Lilley, Joshua Jeays, Karl Kast, John Sinclair, George Edmondstone, Emma Miller, John Daniel Heal, Percy McDonnell, Peter Jackson, Samuel Blackall, William Gillies, Thomas Joseph Byrnes, Anderson Dawson, Arthur Morgan, John Hardgrave, Arthur Wilberforce Jose, Richard Godfrey Rivers, Charles Heaphy, Boyd Dunlop Morehead, Arthur Hunter Palmer, Roger Hartigan, Justin Foxton, John Laskey Woolcock, Ernest Hutcheon, Ned Hanlon, Reginald Heber Roe, James Drake, Andrew Lang Petrie, Thomas McCawley, Thomas Proe, William Landsborough, Mary Emelia Mayne, Pope Alexander Cooper, John Fihelly, James Hunter, Abram Robertson Byram, Victor Secombe, William McCormack, Gerald Sharp, Richard Symes Warry, Albert Norton, John Adamson, William Jolly, Thomas Glassey, Horace Tozer, John James Knight, John Mullan, Joshua Thomas Bell, Millice Culpin, Charles Walter De Vis, Lonnie Spragg, John McLaren, Charles Pakenham Buchanan, William Aplin, Edward Joseph Baines, James Douglas Ogilby, Archibald Watson. Excerpt: Sir Samuel Walker Griffith GCMG QC, (21 June 1845 - 9 August 1920) was an Australian politician, Premier of Queensland, Chief Justice of the High Court of Australia and a principal author of the Constitution of Australia. Griffith was born in Merthyr Tydfil, Wales, the younger son of the Rev. Edward Griffith, a Congregational minister and his wife, Mary, second daughter of Peter Walker. Although of Welsh extraction, his forebears for at least three generations had lived in England. The family migrated to Queensland when Samuel was eight. He was educated at schools in Ipswich, Sydney, Maitland and Brisbane (from 1860), towns wh...