Scotland

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Near Edinburgh, Scotland, 2016. Ballarat Heritage Services Picture Collection
Montrose Cottage, Eureka Street, Ballarat." Photograph: John T. Collins. State Library of Victoria (H90.100/918)
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John Alexander, born Montrose, Scotland

James Allen

Richard Allan, Queensferry, Edinburgh

David Armstrong, Canonbie, Dumfriesshire, Scotland

Mary Armstrong, Canonbie, Dumfriesshire, Scotland

Thomas Armstrong, Canonbie, Dumfriesshire, Scotland

John Balderston, Born Kircaldy, Fifeshire

Alexander Bartholomew, born Falkirk, Stirling, Scotland

James Beveridge, Born Stirling, Scotland

James Bickett, Born Gervan

David Brough, born Blairgowrie, Perthshire

Archibald Carmichael, born Comrie, Perthshire

William Chisholm, born Fife.

Alfred Crowe[1]

Robert Denholm

William Denovan, born Edinburgh

James Eunson, born Aberdeen

Mary Faulds, [2]

James Forsyth, born Aberdeen

Duncan Gillies, born Glasgow. [3]

Hugh Gray

Robert Hanson

Thomas Kennedy[4], born Ayreshire

Margaret Johnston

James Malcolm

Donald McDougall, born Inverness

Andrew McGavin, born Mauchlin, Ayr

Robert McIndoe

Andrew McIntyre

Alexander McLaren[5]

Duncan McMillan, born Argyllshire

Duncan McRae, born Kintail

Hugh Meikle[6]

Magdalena Meikle, born Paisley

David Rattray, born Kinsfauns, Perthshire

George Robertson, born Glasgow

John Robertson

Ninian Paton, born Glasgow

David Rattray

Robert Rattray

George Scobie

James Scobie

John Sharpe, born Airdri

William Shields, born Fife

William Spence, born Eday, Orkney Islands, Scotland.

Archibald Stout, Isle of Sky

Henry Sutherland[7]

Ebenezer Syme, born North Berwick

John Sutherland

George Thomson, born Coupar Angus, Perthshire

James Thomson, Born Fife

William Tulloch, born Perthshire

William Urquhart, born Ross-shire.

Robert Watson[8]

Graham Webster

William Westgarth, born Edinburgh

Charles Wilson, born Paisley

Thomas Young, born Ayreshire

Also See

Country of Origin

References

  1. Eureka - A Multicultural Event by Dorothy Wickham and Clare Gervasoni, http://www.ballaratheritage.com.au/articles/nationalities.html, accessed 27 March 2013.
  2. Blake, Gregory, To Pierce the Tyrant's Heart, Australian Military History Publications, 2009, p.172.
  3. North Eastern Ensign (Benella), 18 September 1903.
  4. Eureka - A Multicultural Event by Dorothy Wickham and Clare Gervasoni, http://www.ballaratheritage.com.au/articles/nationalities.html, accessed 27 March 2013.
  5. Eureka - A Multicultural Event by Dorothy Wickham and Clare Gervasoni, http://www.ballaratheritage.com.au/articles/nationalities.html, accessed 27 March 2013.
  6. Eureka - A Multicultural Event by Dorothy Wickham and Clare Gervasoni, http://www.ballaratheritage.com.au/articles/nationalities.html, accessed 27 March 2013.
  7. Eureka - A Multicultural Event by Dorothy Wickham and Clare Gervasoni, http://www.ballaratheritage.com.au/articles/nationalities.html, accessed 27 March 2013.
  8. Eureka - A Multicultural Event by Dorothy Wickham and Clare Gervasoni, http://www.ballaratheritage.com.au/articles/nationalities.html, accessed 27 March 2013.