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== Post 1854 ==
 
== Post 1854 ==
  
Gabriel Nase settled at Ullina, a small rural area between Clunes and Smeaton where he established the pastoral property, ''Clover Hill Estate''.  Rather than concentrating on ‘pastoral pursuits’he concentrated on local mines and was on the board of directors of nearly the whole of the early alluvial companies on the Berry Lead,’ including the major shafts Australasian, Ristori, and Berry Consols.<ref>https://www.facebook.com/GreatWarBallarat, accessed 07 July 2021.</ref>
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Gabriel Nase settled at Ullina, a small rural area between Clunes and Smeaton where he established the pastoral property, ''Clover Hill Estate''.  Rather than concentrating on ‘pastoral pursuits’he concentrated on local mines and was on the board of directors of nearly the whole of the early alluvial companies on the Berry Lead,’ including the major shafts Australasian, Ristori, and Berry Consols. He was a councillor representing the north riding of the Shire of Creswick for around 29 years; a life governor to the Clunes and Creswick Hospitals, and a Justice of the Peace for around 40 years.<ref>https://www.facebook.com/GreatWarBallarat, accessed 07 July 2021.</ref>  
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== Family ==
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1. Phillip Nase
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2. Albert Nase
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3. John J. Nase
  
 
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Latest revision as of 23:25, 9 July 2021

Gabriel Ludlow Nase arrived in Victoria in 1852. He followed the gold discoveries including Maryborough, Dunolly, Creswick and Ballarat. He was believed to have been present during the Eureka Stockade[1]

Post 1854

Gabriel Nase settled at Ullina, a small rural area between Clunes and Smeaton where he established the pastoral property, Clover Hill Estate. Rather than concentrating on ‘pastoral pursuits’he concentrated on local mines and was on the board of directors of nearly the whole of the early alluvial companies on the Berry Lead,’ including the major shafts Australasian, Ristori, and Berry Consols. He was a councillor representing the north riding of the Shire of Creswick for around 29 years; a life governor to the Clunes and Creswick Hospitals, and a Justice of the Peace for around 40 years.[2]


Family

1. Phillip Nase

2. Albert Nase

3. John J. Nase

References