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  • James Warner (c.1826 - 1862)
    Warner was born c1826 at County Cork, Ireland. [1] He married Jane Rice in 1855 and they had seven children.[2] Warner died in 1862 in Victoria,[3] and is buried at Creswick Cemetery.[4] This would...
  • Edward Thonen (b. - 1854)
    Edward Thonen A German-born Jew, Edward (Teddy) Thonen, was a leader of the goldfields uprising at Ballarat commonly called the Eureka Stockade Rafaello Carboni recounts that in the meeting of th...
  • Patrick Hynes (deceased)
    source References: Hi to DPSers, Further to Bryan's posting I add the following: 1) Peter Lalor, later MLA, writing names of the 30 miners killed at Eureka, put John Hynes at the top of the lis...
  • Francis Manallack (1837 - 1923)
  • Patrick Gittins (1823 - aft.1854)
    Gittings was born c1822 in Co. Kilkenny, Ireland, and sailed to Australia on the Mangerton in 1852.[1] Goldfields Involvement, 1854 Gittings came to the stockade from Creswick. He was killed at t...

Eureka Stockade

Eureka is a story of human courage and the right for freedom and dignity. It is a story about human solidarity, direct action and direct democracy, it's a seminal part of the history of radical egalitarian change in Australia. As individuals, groups and a community, we need to reclaim the radical spirit of the Eureka rebellion and use that spirit to influence the present and change the future.

History of the Rebellion

The Eureka Stockade Rebellion on the 3rd of December 1854 was a battle between gold miners of Ballarat, Victoria, Australia, and the colonial authority of the United Kingdom, the name comes from the stockade built upon the Eureka Lead by Miners resulted in the deaths of at least 27 people, the majority of whom were miners.

It was known by many of the day as the Eureka Massacre due to the number of miners deaths after they had surrendered to the redcoats and the deaths of many in their tents who were blamed for participation in the event. This event was the culmination of a period of civil disobedience by the miners who objected to the expense of the miners licence or miners right, the expense was in fact a tax imposed on the miners by the government of the day, the miners themselves had no representation at a political level and this led to the creation of the Ballarat reform league movement from which the rebellion grew.

However during a lull when many of the miners had left the stockade leaving only 120 to defend it the authorities chose the moment to launch a swift and deadly attack which ended in about half an hour. There were many heroes including the women who tried valiantly to defend their now unarmed menfolk from the soldier’s bayonets but little could be done.

There was mass public support for those rebels taken prisoner in the colonies capitol of Melbourne when they were placed on trial, which resulted in the introduction of the Electoral act of 1856 which mandated full white male suffrage for elections of the lower house of parliament in Victoria, as such the Eureka rebellion is identified with the birth of democracy in Australia in essence the entire rebellion was indeed a political revolt and the concerns of the miners were the same concerns of the larger population of those times.

Objective

The Eureka Stockade project has been setup to identify current GENi profiles of persons involved in the Rebellion at the Eureka Stockade the long term objective is to add additional profiles and complete a short tree of all persons involved.

Timeline

Eureka from the Official Records – McFarlane (Public Records Office, Melbourne 1995)

https://the-great-australian-gold-rush.wikispaces.com/The+Eureka+St...

http://eurekasydney.com/timeline.html

https://www.timetoast.com/timelines/87741

Deaths and injuries

Exact numbers of deaths and injuries and persons are difficult to determine as many miners "fled to the surrounding bush and it is likely a good many more died a lonely death or suffered the agony of their wounds, hidden from the authorities for fear of repercussions." according to Eureka researcher and author Dorothy Wickham

Killed - Diggers

John Hynes, County Clare, Ireland. http://eurekapedia.org/John_Hynes

Patrick Gittins, Kilkenny, http://eurekapedia.org/Patrick_Gittings

Michael Mullins, Limerick, Name is incorrectly recorded as Thomas Mullins http://eurekapedia.org/Michael_Mullins

Samuel Green, England. http://eurekapedia.org/Samuel_Green

John Robertson, Scotland. http://eurekapedia.org/John_Robertson

Edward Thonen' (lemonade man), Elbertfeldt Prussia.http://eurekapedia.org/Edward_Thonen

John Hafele, Wurtemburg. http://eurekapedia.org/John_Hafele

Martin (John) Diamond, County Clare, Ireland. http://eurekapedia.org/Martin_Diamond

Thomas O'Neill, Kilkenny, do. http://eurekapedia.org/Thomas_O%27Neill

George (J) Donaghey, Muff, County Donegal, do. http://eurekapedia.org/George_Donaghey

Edward Quin, County Cavan, do. http://eurekapedia.org/Edward_Quin

William Quinlan, Goulburn, New South Wales http://eurekapedia.org/William_Quinlan

William Hanover Emmermann born in Petersburg, Russia http://eurekapedia.org/William_Emmermann

Happy Jack. a derelict nobleman from England

Wounded, and since dead

Lieutenant Ross, Canada.

Thaddeus Moore, County Clare, Ireland http://eurekapedia.org/Thaddeus_Moore

James Brown, Newry, Ireland http://eurekapedia.org/James_Brown

Robert Julien, Nova Scotia http://eurekapedia.org/Robert_Julien

John Crowe, unknown

—— Fenton, do

Edward McGlynn, Ireland http://eurekapedia.org/Edward_McGlynn

George Clifton http://eurekapedia.org/George_Clifton

Wounded and since recovered.

Peter Lalor, Queen's County, Ireland https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peter_Lalor

Name unknown, England

Patrick Hanafin, County Kerry, Ireland http://eurekapedia.org/Patrick_Hanafin

Michael Hanley, County Tipperary, Ireland http://eurekapedia.org/Michael_Hanley

Michael O'Neil, County Clare, Ireland http://eurekapedia.org/Michael_O%27Neil

Thomas Callanan, County Clare, Ireland http://eurekapedia.org/Thomas_Callinan

Patrick Callanan, County Clare, Ireland http://eurekapedia.org/Patrick_Callinan

Frank Symmons, England http://eurekapedia.org/Francis_Symmons

James Warner, County Cork, Ireland http://eurekapedia.org/James_Warner

Luke Sheehan, County Galway, Ireland http://eurekapedia.org/Luke_Sheehan

Michael Morrison, County Galway, Ireland http://eurekapedia.org/Eureka_Deaths

Dennis Dynan, County Clare, Ireland http://eurekapedia.org/Dennis_Dynan

Soldiers who fell at Duty's Call

40th Regiment

Private. H. C. Wise, died of the wounds inflicted at the stockade on the 21st of December 1854

Private W. Webb, mortally wounded through arm and back. http://eurekapedia.org/William_Webb

Private. Michael Roney, died of a gunshot wound through the head http://eurekapedia.org/Michael_Rooney

Private Joseph Wall, mortally, since dead. http://eurekapedia.org/Joseph_Wall

12th Regiment

Private William Webb (gunshot wounds, died 5 Dec 1854, age 19 yrs, born England)

Private Felix Boyle (gunshot wounds, died 10 Jan 1855, age 32 yrs, born Ireland)

Private John Hall (gunshot wounds, died 31 Dec 1854, age 30 yrs, born Ireland)

Soldiers Wounded at Duty's Call

40th Regiment

Private John Bryan, severely wounded http://eurekapedia.org/John_Bryan

Private Henry Cottes, slightly wounded. http://eurekapedia.org/Henry_Cottes

Private William Juniper, severely wounded. http://eurekapedia.org/William_Juniper

Private Bernard O'Donnell, severely wounded http://eurekapedia.org/Bernard_O%27Donnell

Private Patrick Sullivan, sligihtly wounded http://eurekapedia.org/Patrick_Sullivan

12th Regiment

Lieutenant William Paul (gunshot wound to the hip)

Private Robert Adair (gunshot wound through hand) http://eurekapedia.org/Robert_Adair

Private William Butwell (compound fracture of arm) http://eurekapedia.org/William_Buttwill

Drummer John Eagan (gunshot wound to leg)

Private William French (gunshot wound in hip) http://eurekapedia.org/William_French

Private Timothy Galvin (gunshot wound in neck and ear) http://eurekapedia.org/Timothy_Galvin

Private John Smith (gunshot wound in thigh) http://eurekapedia.org/John_Smith

Private Felix Boyle, severely wounded http://eurekapedia.org/Felix_Boyle

Name of known participants

Trials for sedition and high treason

Henry Seekamp (editor of the Ballarat Times, 6 months’ imprisonment)

Raffaello Carboni, an Italian and trusted lieutenant who was in charge of the European diggers https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Raffaello_Carboni

Jacob Sorenson, a Jew from Scotland http://eurekapedia.org/Jacob_Sorenson

John Manning, a Ballarat Times journalist, from Ireland http://eurekapedia.org/John_Phelan

John Phelan, a friend and business partner of Peter Lalor, from Ireland

Thomas Dignum, born in Sydneys http://eurekapedia.org/Thomas_Dignum

John Joseph, a black American from New York City or Baltimore, United States

James Beattie, from Ireland http://eurekapedia.org/James_Beattie

William Molloy, from Ireland http://eurekapedia.org/William_Molloy

Jan Vennick, from the Netherlands http://eurekapedia.org/Jan_Vennik

Michael Tuohy, from Ireland http://eurekapedia.org/Michael_Tuohy

Henry Reed, from Ireland http://eurekapedia.org/Henry_Reed

James Macfie Campbell http://eurekapedia.org/James_Campbell

Timothy Hayes http://eurekapedia.org/Timothy_Hayes

Arrested, but not sent to Trial

Charles Adams http://eurekapedia.org/Charles_Adams

Nicholas Allaire http://eurekapedia.org/Nicholas_Allaire

Carl Anderson http://eurekapedia.org/Carl_Anderson

James Ashburner of Liverpool UK http://eurekapedia.org/James_Ashburner

William Atherden of Dover uk http://eurekapedia.org/William_Atherden

William Avondale http://eurekapedia.org/William_Avondale

James Barclay http://eurekapedia.org/James_Barclay

Thomas Barry http://eurekapedia.org/Thomas_Barry

Henry Bazley http://eurekapedia.org/Henry_Bazley

Thomas Bisk http://eurekapedia.org/Thomas_Bisk

Edmund Bohen http://eurekapedia.org/Thomas_Biskhttp://eurekapedia.org/Edmund_Bohen

Thomas Box http://eurekapedia.org/Thomas_Box

Charles Brown http://eurekapedia.org/Charles_Brown

Edmund Burn http://eurekapedia.org/Edmund_Burn

Michael Butler http://eurekapedia.org/Michael_Butler

John Cahill of County Clare, Ireland, http://eurekapedia.org/John_Cahill

Patrick Canny County Clare, Ireland, http://eurekapedia.org/Patrick_Canny

George Davidson http://eurekapedia.org/George_Davidson

John Delamere http://eurekapedia.org/John_Delamere

William Develin http://eurekapedia.org/William_Develin

Charles Doolan http://eurekapedia.org/Charles_Doolan

Nicholas Edwards http://eurekapedia.org/Nicholas_Edwards

John Fenwick of Denmark http://eurekapedia.org/John_Fenwick

Charles Ferguson of Ohio USA, http://eurekapedia.org/Charles_Ferguson

William Galloway http://eurekapedia.org/William_Galloway

Patrick Gilhooly http://eurekapedia.org/Patrick_Gilhooly

Michael Gleeson http://eurekapedia.org/Michael_Gleeson

George Goddard of Suffolk UK http://eurekapedia.org/George_Goddard

Joseph Gray http://eurekapedia.org/Joseph_Gray

Patrick Hickey http://eurekapedia.org/Patrick_Hickey

Joseph Hindon http://eurekapedia.org/Joseph_Hindon

Isaac Hinds http://eurekapedia.org/Isaac_Hinds

Jeremiah Hogan http://eurekapedia.org/Jeremiah_Hogan

Patrick Howard http://eurekapedia.org/Patrick_Howard

Richard Humphreys http://eurekapedia.org/Richard_Humphreys

John Kelly http://eurekapedia.org/John_Kelly

Michael Kennedy http://eurekapedia.org/Michael_Kennedy

Patrick Kennedy http://eurekapedia.org/Patrick_Kennedy

Francis Kent http://eurekapedia.org/Francis_Kent

Martin Kinnear http://eurekapedia.org/Martin_Kinnear

John Leadlow http://eurekapedia.org/John_Leadlow

Robert Leslie http://eurekapedia.org/Robert_Leslie

John Lynch http://eurekapedia.org/John_Lynch

Daniel Macartney http://eurekapedia.org/Daniel_Macartney

Joseph Macknon http://eurekapedia.org/Joseph_Macknon

Dugald Magennis http://eurekapedia.org/Dugald_Magennis

Patrick Meade http://eurekapedia.org/Patrick_Meade

Michael Meagher http://eurekapedia.org/Patrick_Meade

William Molloy http://eurekapedia.org/William_Molloy

Kennedy O'Brien http://eurekapedia.org/Kennedy_O%27Brien

Matthew Orr http://eurekapedia.org/Matthew_Orr

John Pardy http://eurekapedia.org/John_Pardy

Samuel Penny http://eurekapedia.org/Samuel_Penny

Joseph Penrose http://eurekapedia.org/Joseph_Penrose

Cornelius Peters http://eurekapedia.org/Cornelius_Peters

John Powell http://eurekapedia.org/Cornelius_Peters

Peter Priaulx http://eurekapedia.org/Peter_Priaulx

John Quin http://eurekapedia.org/John_Quin

Henry Robilliard http://eurekapedia.org/Henry_Robilliard

John Rodan http://eurekapedia.org/John_Rodan

Alexander Ross http://eurekapedia.org/Alexander_Ross

Martin Ryan http://eurekapedia.org/Martin_Ryan

Walter Ryley http://eurekapedia.org/Walter_Ryley

James Sexton http://eurekapedia.org/James_Sexton

Patrick Sheedy http://eurekapedia.org/Patrick_Sheedy

Arthur Smith http://eurekapedia.org/Arthur_Smith

William Somerville http://eurekapedia.org/William_Somerville

William Stafford http://eurekapedia.org/William_Stafford

William Steer http://eurekapedia.org/William_Steer

Herman Steinman http://eurekapedia.org/Herman_Steinman

George Thompson http://eurekapedia.org/George_Thompson

Thomas Tighe http://eurekapedia.org/Thomas_Tighe

Henry Trynon http://eurekapedia.org/Henry_Trynon

Joseph Walker http://eurekapedia.org/Joseph_Walker

William Wickley http://eurekapedia.org/William_Wickley

Robert Winkfield http://eurekapedia.org/Robert_Winkfield

Andrew White http://eurekapedia.org/Andrew_White

Known other persons involved in lead up to Rebellion and into the Rebellion

Thomas Hynes of Kilmaley, Clare, Clare, Ireland

James Scobie (murdered outside the Eureka Hotel) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/James_Scobie

_______ Gregorious disabled servant of Fr Smyth (Parish Priest)

Father Patrick Smyth (Parish Priest)

James Bentley (Eureka Hotel Proprieter) (convicted of the manslaughter of James Scobie)

George Lang, son of Reverend John Dunmore Lang ( convicted of seditious libel by a Melbourne jury on 23 January 1855 and, after a series of appeals, sentenced to six months imprisonment on 23 March. He was released from prison on 28 June 1855, precisely three months early)

Andrew McIntyre (convicted and sentenced to gaol terms)

Manastra Flatow from Germany (arrested for burning of the Eureka Hotel) http://jewishhistoryaustralia.net/jha/Eureka.htm

Thomas Fletcher (convicted and sentenced to gaol terms for the burning of the Eureka Hotel)

Henry Westerby (convicted and sentenced to gaol terms for rioting at Bentley's Hotel ) http://wiki.prov.vic.gov.au/index.php/Eureka_Stockade:Depositions_taken_against_Henry_Westerby_for_Rioting_at_Bentley's_Hotel

William Hence (convicted of the manslaughter of James Scobie)

Thomas Farrell (convicted of the manslaughter of James Scobie)

Captain Henry Ross https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Henry_Ross

Simon Hanley, County Tipperary, Ireland http://eurekapedia.org/Simon_Hanley

Jeremiah Hanley, County Tipperary, Ireland http://eurekapedia.org/Jeremiah_Hanley

Michael Canny http://eurekapedia.org/Michael_Canny

Adolfus Lessman http://eurekapedia.org/Adolfus_Lessman

Ballarat reform League

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ballarat_Reform_League

John Basson Humffray https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Basson_Humffray

Alfred Black edited the Diggers' Advocate in early 1854. Brother of George. http://eurekapedia.org/Alfred_Black

George Black, a native of Nottingham, England. http://eurekapedia.org/George_Black

Henry Thomas Groves Holyoake, native of St Martin, Birmingham, Warwickshire, England. http://eurekapedia.org/Henry_Holyoake

Thomas Kennedy was born in Ayreshire, Scotland.http://eurekapedia.org/Thomas_Kennedy

Henry Nicholls was active with London Chartism, http://eurekapedia.org/Henry_Nicholls

Timothy Hayes, Chairman of the Ballarat Reform League, from Ireland. http://eurekapedia.org/Timothy_Hayes

Frederick Vern, was from Hanover, Germany. http://eurekapedia.org/Frederick_Vern

Hugh Brady of County Cavan, Ireland, http://eurekapedia.org/Hugh_Brady

Chris Christensen http://eurekapedia.org/Chris_Christensen

George Cumming http://eurekapedia.org/George_Cumming

Harry Lorenzo De Longville was born at Fort Askansas, United States of America. http://eurekapedia.org/Harry_De_Longville

Hugh Gray http://eurekapedia.org/Hugh_Gray

Alfred Grove http://eurekapedia.org/Alfred_Grove

Independent Californian Rangers Revolver Brigade

James McGill, Leader http://eurekapedia.org/James_McGill

Robert Burnete http://eurekapedia.org/Robert_Burnete

Charles Ferguson http://eurekapedia.org/Charles_Ferguson

William Melody http://eurekapedia.org/William_Melody

Thomas Nelson http://eurekapedia.org/Thomas_Nelson

Charles Ross, Died of wounds See Above

--- Smith http://eurekapedia.org/---_Smith

Americans involved

Frank Carey

Participants in the Rebellion not mentioned above

Francis Manallack http://eurekapedia.org/Francis_Manallack

Charles Dyte http://eurekapedia.org/Charles_Dyte

John Clarke

Soldiers


Deserters before rebellion

Patrick Hynes

40th Regiment


https://sites.google.com/site/40thoffoot/home-1/eureka

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Suffolk_Regiment

12th Regiment

http://www.ballaratgenealogy.org.au/ballarat-history/eureka/item/35...

Major General Sir Robert Nickle

Captain Charles Pasley https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles_Pasley_(engineer)

Police - Troopers

Trooper John King https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_King_(Eureka)

Thomas Atkins http://eurekapedia.org/Thomas_Atkins

John Badcock http://eurekapedia.org/John_Badcock

William Barry http://eurekapedia.org/William_Barry

Charles Carter http://eurekapedia.org/Charles_Carter

Hussey Chomley http://eurekapedia.org/Hussey_Chomley

Michael Costelloe http://eurekapedia.org/Michael_Costelloe

John Culkin http://eurekapedia.org/John_Culkin

Gordon Evans http://eurekapedia.org/Gordon_Evans

Robert Evans http://eurekapedia.org/Robert_Evans

Gartner

John Gillman http://eurekapedia.org/John_Gillman

Henry Foster http://eurekapedia.org/Henry_Foster

George Fraser http://eurekapedia.org/George_Fraser

Samuel Furnell http://eurekapedia.org/Samuel_Furnell

William Kelly http://eurekapedia.org/William_Kelly

Ladislaus Kossak http://eurekapedia.org/Ladislaus_Kossak

James Langley http://eurekapedia.org/James_Langley

Thomas Langley http://eurekapedia.org/Thomas_Langley

Michael Lawler http://eurekapedia.org/Michael_Lawler

James Lord http://eurekapedia.org/James_Lord

Robert McLister http://eurekapedia.org/Robert_McLister

Thomas Milne http://eurekapedia.org/Thomas_Milne

Robert Milne http://eurekapedia.org/Robert_Milne

Henry Moore http://eurekapedia.org/Henry_Moore

William Nolan http://eurekapedia.org/William_Nolan

Constable Nugent http://eurekapedia.org/Constable_Nugent

Michael O'Brien http://eurekapedia.org/Michael_O%27Brien

Andrew Peters http://eurekapedia.org/Andrew_Peters

John Sadlier http://eurekapedia.org/John_Sadlier

William Scharlach http://eurekapedia.org/William_Scharlach

Peter Smith http://eurekapedia.org/Peter_Smith

Patrick Sullivan http://eurekapedia.org/Patrick_Sullivan

William Thompson http://eurekapedia.org/William_Thompson

Edward Viret http://eurekapedia.org/Edward_Viret

Maurice Ximenes http://eurekapedia.org/Maurice_Ximenes

Government

F.C.Doveton, (Ballarat’s first Gold Commissioner)

Robert Rede, (Ballarat’s resident Gold Commissioner) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_William_Rede

Lt Governor Sir Charles Hotham https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles_Hotham

Commissioner Johnston from Ballarat

Attorney General William Stawell https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Stawell

Colonial Secretary Foster

Chief Justice William à Beckett https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_%C3%A0_Beckett

Judge Redmond Barry https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Redmond_Barry

John Dewes, Magistrate

Wittiness to the battle

Archibald Carmichael http://eurekapedia.org/Archibald_Carmichael

Women of Eureka

still validating names

Agnes Frank http://eurekapedia.org/Agnes_Frank Agnes Greig http://eurekapedia.org/Agnes_Greig

Alicia Mary Dunne wife of Peter Lalor, Queen's County, Ireland

Amy Cail http://eurekapedia.org/Amy_Cail

Anastasia Hayes nee Butler http://eurekapedia.org/Anastasia_Hayes

Anastasia Withers http://eurekapedia.org/Anastasia_Withers

Ann Crowley http://eurekapedia.org/Ann_Crowley

Ann Johnson http://eurekapedia.org/Ann_Johnson

Anna Harrington http://eurekapedia.org/Anna_Harrington

Anne Duke http://eurekapedia.org/Ann_Duke

Anne Diamond http://eurekapedia.org/Ann_Diamond

Annie Alexander

Bridget Callinan http://eurekapedia.org/Bridget_Callinan

Bridget Hynes nee Noonan of Monivae, County Galway http://eurekapedia.org/Bridget_Hynes

Bridget Shanahan http://eurekapedia.org/Bridget_Shanahan

Catherine Bentley http://eurekapedia.org/Catherine_Bentley

Catherine Donnelly http://eurekapedia.org/Catherine_Donnelly

Catherine Kelly

Catherine McLaren http://eurekapedia.org/Catherine_McLaren

Catherine Smith http://eurekapedia.org/Catherine_Smith

Clara Marie Seekamp

Elizabeth Abbott http://eurekapedia.org/Elizabeth_Abbott

Elizabeth Amies http://eurekapedia.org/Elizabeth_Amies

Elizabeth Benjamin

Elizabeth Doyle http://eurekapedia.org/Elizabeth_Doyle

Elizabeth Freeman http://eurekapedia.org/Elizabeth_Freeman

Elizabeth Rowlands http://eurekapedia.org/Elizabeth_Rowlands

Elizabeth Wilson http://eurekapedia.org/Elizabeth_Wilson

Ellen Francis Young http://eurekapedia.org/Ellen_Young

Eliza Boyce http://eurekapedia.org/Eliza_Boyce

Eliza Perrin http://eurekapedia.org/Eliza_Perrin

Elizabeth Goodenough

Jane Cuming

Jane Hanson http://eurekapedia.org/Jane_Hanson

Lydia Mullett http://eurekapedia.org/Lydia_Mullett

Margaret Baker http://eurekapedia.org/Margaret_Baker

Margaret Clendinning http://eurekapedia.org/Margaret_Clendinning

Margaret Kinnane http://eurekapedia.org/Margaret_Kinnane

Martha Clendinning http://eurekapedia.org/Martha_Clendinning

Mary Ann Humphris http://eurekapedia.org/Mary_Ann_Humphris

Mary Blyth http://eurekapedia.org/Mary_Blyth

Mary Davis http://eurekapedia.org/Mary_Davis

Mary Faulds http://eurekapedia.org/Mary_Faulds

Mary Goldsmith http://eurekapedia.org/Mary_Goldsmith

Margaret Guthrie http://eurekapedia.org/Margaret_Guthrie

Mrs Elizabeth Rowlands http://eurekapedia.org/Elizabeth_Rowlands

Mrs Thomas

Margaret Shann or Shand http://eurekapedia.org/Andrew_White

Nancy Quinane http://eurekapedia.org/Nancy_Quinane

Nancy Ryan http://eurekapedia.org/Nancy_Ryan

Patience Wearne http://eurekapedia.org/Patience_Wearne

Penelope Gleeson http://eurekapedia.org/Penelope_Gleeson

Phoebe Emmerson http://eurekapedia.org/Phoebe_Emmerson

Phoebe Scobie http://eurekapedia.org/Phoebe_Scobie

Sarah Hanmer http://eurekapedia.org/Sarah_Hanmer

Sarah Lloyd http://eurekapedia.org/Sarah_Lloyd

Sarah Morgan http://eurekapedia.org/Sarah_Morgan

Susannah Masfield http://eurekapedia.org/Susannah_Masfield

Contributions welcome.


1. Have the profile of the page you wish to link open in a separate tab/window.

2. Open the edit screen of the project.

3. Locate the name of the person you wish to link in the text.

4. Highlight the name using your mouse, and press the "B" button. This places three ' on each side of the name bold making the words bold.

5. Place a ] closing square bracket at the end of the name and outside the last

6. Go to the beginning of the name and insert the [ opening bracket outside the first

7. Next copy the URL from the profile page of the person you are linking - it will be something like Thomas Philipps, SV/PROG 1] and paste this immediately after the opening [

8. Insert a space between that URL and the name.

9. The result is something that looks like this - Thomas Philipps

10. If the link is not to a geni profile skip steps 4 and 5

http://ergo.slv.vic.gov.au/explore-history/golden-victoria/impact-s...

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eureka_Rebellion

http://www.egold.net.au/biogs/EG00134b.htm

http://www.irishecho.com.au/2013/11/02/the-forgotten-women-of-eurek...

Biography

The Eureka Encyclopaedia, Justin Corfield, Dorothy Wickham, Clare Gervasoni, Ballarat Heritage Services, (2004), ISBN 1-876478-61-6

Winner of Victorian Local History Award. Nominated for Prime Ministers Prize for History

Massacre at Eureka – The Untold Story, Bob O'Brien, ISBN 0-909874-19-0

Eureka, John Molony, ISBN 0-522-84962-8

The Forgotten Rebels of Eureka, Clare Wright (2013) Text Publishing, Melbourne ISBN 9781922147370

The Eureka Stockade by Raffaello Carboni, (1855). Title from Project Gutenberg

Eureka Stockade, Ballarat, Victoria, Australia

Life on the Goldfields: Eureka Stockade

"Time to reclaim this legend as our driving force" by Macgregor Duncan, Andrew Leigh, David Madden, Peter Tynan, Sydney Morning Herald, 29 November 2004. Retrieved 7 May 2006

Bert and Bon Strange, Eureka, Gold Graft and Grievances, B&B Strange, Ballarat, 1973.

Weston Bate, Lucky City: The First Generation at Ballarat 1851–1901, Melbourne University Press, Melbourne, 1978, page 67.

Peter Lalor, A Statement to the Colonists of Victoria, reprinted in Bob O’Brien, Massacre at Eureka: The Untold Story, Sovereign Hill Museums Association, 1998.

Professor Geoffrey Blainey, Eureka – its many meanings, University of Ballarat, 26 November 2004.

"TO THE COLONISTS OF VICTORIA.". The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957) (Melbourne, Vic.: National Library of Australia). 10 April 1855. p. 7. Retrieved 13 June 2013.

Eureka Stockade Saga 1854–2007 Injustice for James and Catherine Bentley.

Catholics at the Stockade Father Smythe urged the miners to go home and attend mass the next day

The 150th anniversary of Eureka Stockade A large police presence on the anniversary.

Characters at the Eureka Stockade A review of feminist revisionist history Clare Wright's The Forgotten rebels of Eureka

Tuohy Not Guilty of Treason One of 13 miners acquitted of treason

Michael Hanrahan from Ireland to Ballarat 1854 Irish Pikemen leader at the Stockade

Clipper ships 92 days to Australia 1854 Emigration on Clipper Ships 92 days at sea

http://www.migrationheritage.nsw.gov.au/exhibition/objectsthroughti...

http://www.takver.com/history/eureka.htm

Victorian Archives of the Eureka Stockade

The Museum of Australian Democracy at Eureka (M.A.D.E), formerly The Eureka Centre

Overpainted photograph of the 1891 Euraka Stockade cyclorama

Images and video of Eureka from the Public Records Office Victoria

Eureka Stockade

The Eureka Flag, 1854