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Brown family - Papers of the Brown family [M858-863], 1829-1899

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Brown family - Papers of the Brown family [M858-863], 1829-1899

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M 858-863

Record identifier

1bGd0zwY

Brown family - Papers of the Brown family [M858-863], 1829-1899

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Brown family - Papers of the Brown family [M858-863], 1829-1899

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Brown family - Papers of the Brown family [M858-863], 1829-1899

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Date

Canberra : Australian Joint Copying Project, [19--]

Call Numbers

M 858-863

Record Identifier

1bGd0zwY
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Contents

microfilm reels 35 mm

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Microfilm : M 858-863

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SCOPE AND CONTENTS

Contents

Correspondence between James Hoey (husband of Maggie Brown) and the Brown family in Scotland. Includes news of conditions on the goldfields at Bendigo and Eaglehawk. Correspondence between Jane Hay Brown who arrived in Australia in 1859 and family and friends. Journal of Andrew Hamilton (husband of Jane), 1852 describing voyage to Australia and jou...

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Brown family - Papers of the Brown family [M858-863], 1829-1899

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Filmed as part of the Australian Joint Copying Project by the National Library of Australia and the State Library of New South Wales
National Library of Australia holds microfilm master
Available for reference
Australian Joint Copying Project handbook. Part 8 : Miscellaneous [M series], Entry 21, p. 23
Australian Joint Copying Project m...

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Administrative / Biographical history

The Brown family lived in Glasgow in the early 1850s, when the head of the family was Mrs Margaret A. Brown. Her children included Jane Hay Brown, schoolteacher, Jessie, Maggie and James W. Brown, a Presbyterian minister. The Hoey family were old friends of the Browns. James and Thomas Hoey migrated to Victoria in 1852

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M 858-863

Record Identifier

1bGd0zwY

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https://collection.sl.nsw.gov.au/record/1bGd0zwY

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432421

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