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Clarke of Rupertswood, 1831-1897

the life and times of William John Clarke, First Baronet of Rupertswood

by Clarke, Michael

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Published by Australian Scholarly Pub. in Melbourne .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Victoria,
  • Australia
    • Subjects:
    • Clarke, William John, Sir, 1831-1897.,
    • Celebrities -- Australia -- Victoria -- Biography.,
    • Landowners -- Australia -- Victoria -- Biography.,
    • Upper class -- Australia -- Victoria -- History -- 19th century.,
    • Victoria -- Social life and customs.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 323-324) and index.

      StatementMichael Clarke.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsCT2808.C597 C57 1995
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxii, 344 p. :
      Number of Pages344
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL576303M
      ISBN 101875606238
      LC Control Number96163873
      OCLC/WorldCa36011859


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Having much admired the beautiful avenue of elms leading to the house, Hugh Victor McKay purchased the property 1831-1897 book (now only 8, acres). Clarke baronets, of Rupertswood () Sir William John Clarke, 1st Baronet () Sir Rupert Turner Havelock Clarke, 2nd Baronet () Sir Rupert William John Clarke, 3rd Baronet () Rupert Grant Alexander Clarke, presumed 4th Baronet (born ) The heir apparent to the baronetcy is Rupert Robert William Clarke (born The heir presumptive is the current holder's cousin Nicholas Orme Clarke (born ).

Clarke baronets, of Rupertswood () Sir William John Clarke, 1st Baronet () Sir Rupert Turner Havelock Clarke, 2nd Baronet () Sir Rupert William John Clarke, 3rd Baronet () Sir Rupert Grant Alexander Clarke, 4th Baronet. sir william john clarke, bart.

of rupertswood, sunbury borndied created a baronet 29th dec. and his beloved wife mary borndied also his beloved second wife janet marion borndied their children rise up and call them blessed. also clive snodgrass eldest son of sir william john janet marion clarke. Though the story is contested by some, legend has it that Janet Clarke holds a special place in the history of the Ashes Test series.

In Ivo Bligh led a team from England to play three cricket test matches in Australia. The team spent Christmas at the Clarke property, Rupertswood.

Sir Rupert Clarke, 3rd Baronet. Sir Rupert William John Clarke, 3rd Baronet, AM, MBE (5 November 4 February ) was an Australian soldier, businessman and pastoralist.

He achieved success in a number of fields, including horseracing, the military and as a corporate chairman. fill a book in themselves. His complete correspondence, edited by de Beer, is published by the Clarendon Press.

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The above source gives a nice summary of the 25 separate groups of Clark or Clarke families which took part in the settlement and growth of early. Available in the National Library of Australia collection. Author: Gresley, Augusta Blanche; Format: Music, Online; 6 p.

of music ; 33 cm. Calcutta International Exhibition silver prize medal, awarded to Sir William J. Clarke for his Bolinda Vale wool, Clarke owned large grazing properties in Victoria. He was particularly interested in farming as a science, and supported scientific instructor R.

M'Ivor, who lectured on agricultural chemistry. He also founded the Rupertswood Battery of Horse Artillery, Victoria. Excerpt from Clarke-Clark Genealogy: Records of the Descendants of Thomas Clarke, Plymouth, The stranger, or the citizen, who reverently and carefully walks among the ancient graves, on The Burying Hill, at Plymouth, Mass, may read upon a memorial stone that marks the grave of one of the fathers, the following : William Wallace Johnson.

clarke, sir william john (, pastoralist and philanthropist, was the son of William John Turner Clarke (), an early Tasmanian colonist, who acquired large pastoral properties in Tasmania, Victoria, South Australia and New Zealand.

Last name: Clarke This long-established surname is of Anglo-Saxon origin, and is from a medieval occupational name for a scribe or secretary, or for a member of a minor religious order.

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4 Novemberd. 5 September Last Edited15 Feb Ernest William Grant Clarke was born on 4 November 1 He was the son of Sir Rupert William John Clarke, 3rd Bt. and Kathleen Grant Hay. 2 He died on 5 September at as result of an accident. Citations.

Ambrose Clark married Ann Booten James Clark's will is in Book C. p.Culpeper Co.Va.date June 7,proven Sept. 21, In this will he lends to wife for 10 years a tract of land in Orange Co. Va.and "This tract of land I now live on in Culpeper Co. Papers of Janet Clarke, c. - c. ; Clarke, Janet Marion ( - ); Private Hands (contact Australian Women's Archive Project).

Details State Library of Victoria. Clarke of Rupertswood (Australian Scholarly Publishing: Melbourne. ) Collins, D. An Account of the English Colony in New.

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The Ashes tradition originated in England in Augustwhen an Australian cricket team defeated England, in England, for the first time. This prompted English journalist Reginald Brooks to. Inhe built the mansion Rupertswood at Sunbury.

Clarke represented the Southern Province in the Legislative Council from to and became a Baronet, a hereditary title, in However of more importance to us is that Sir William had an interest in and encouraged scientific farming.

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Clarke took his father's seat in the Colonial Bank of. Edward Clarke was born in Ireland. Edward was born in and baptised on 9 February,Cork, Ireland. He was the son of Hugh Clarke. In the England and Wales Census, Edward was possibly aged 12 years, and residing at 89 New Bird Street, Liverpol, Lancashire, England.

His father was noted as being Hugh Clarke, his mother Susan Clarke. Richard Clarke (merchant) Richard Clarke (May 1, Febru ), Boston merchant and Loyalist, was the son of William and Hannah (Appleton) Clarke of Boston, where he was born.

On May 3, he married Elizabeth Winslow, who has been variously said to be the daughter of Edmund, Isaac, and Col. Edward Winslow. Many of the most memorable editions of the Sir Rupert Clarke Stakes have been won by a three-year-old.

Our Maizcay won as the second-shortest-priced favourite in the history of the race inEncosta de Lago's performance the year after had to be seen to be believed and Testa Rossa claimed the scalp of great rival Redoute's Choice inwhile Exceed And Excel set a track.

Hares were introduced into Australia early in the period of European settlement. This study examined historical issues of newspapers and other historical sources to ascertain the number of importations, the number of hares landed alive, their destinations, relevant habitat characteristics at the sites of the releases, and whether the propagules became established and spread.

Forty shipments. Rupertswood in Sunbury on the outskirts of Melbourne is one of Australia's most important mansions, both historically and architecturally. Built as a residence for Sir William John Clarke ( ), the first Australian born Baronet, in it became a power seat in the great English tradition.

This post is a compilation of information and quotes from an article about Ruth Johnson in the San Francisco Examiner, Januan article in a local paper (name and date unknown) inWilson College Alumnae Quarterly class notes, and background information directly from a biographical note from Stanford University Archives, which houses the personal papers of Ruth's.

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