THE LAMPLOUGH NAME INDEX. ©
A LIST OF OVER 3,000 NAMES (INCORPORATING OVER 6,000 SOURCE REFERENCES AND CITATIONS) ASSOCIATED WITH LAMPLOUGH IN THE 19TH CENTURY.
(Prepared by Denis Strangman, 10 Carrodus Street, Fraser, A.C.T. 2615. Australia. Phone 02.62583912 (H), Fax: 02.62583742, mailto:email@example.com )
ADB: Australian Dictionary of Biography.
ADHS: Avoca and District Historical Society.
AFP: Avoca Free Press.
AJCP: Australian Joint Copying Project.
AM: Avoca Mail.
ARG: The Argus.
BA: The Bendigo Advertiser.
BDM: Births, Deaths and Marriages. Index. Victoria. Microfiche. Births are for Lamplough, 1860, unless otherwise stated.
Benson: C. Irving Benson, “A Century of Victorian Methodism”, 1935.
BL: Bell’s Life in Victoria and Sporting Chronicle.
BODELL: James Bodell. “A Soldier’s View of Empire”. The Reminiscences of James Bodell 1831-1892. Ed. Keith Sinclair. 1982.
BOWDEN: “Doctors and Diggers on The Mount Alexander Goldfields”, Keith Macrae Bowden. 1974.
BS: Ballaarat Star.
BT: Ballarat Times.
Ch.T: The Christian Times and Australasian Weekly News.
CMJ: Colonial Mining Journal.
C OF E BAPTISM: From Church of England Register, copied by Avoca & District Historical Society (ADHS).
C of E Rec: The Church of England Record for the Diocese of Melbourne
E.R.: Electoral Roll for the Electoral District of The Loddon. Avoca Division. 1856. Microfiche 034. Or Avoca Sub Division, Grampians Division, Federal Electoral Roll, 1908.
G.L.H.: Landholder, Glenmona Parish. Taken from photocopies of index cards held by ADHS, showing names of original land. holders, section and allotment. But note: the Parish includes the Village of Lamplough, the Village of Homebush, and outlying areas of Avoca and Bung Bong, therefore, not all names are necessarily associated with Lamplough. Section H is near Rutherford’s Creek. Date of purchases not known and thus some could relate to purchases in the 20th Century.
J.R. GRAY: J.R. Gray. “History of the Wedderburn Gold Fields”. 1888. Ed. Frank Cusack. Republished. 1981.
HD: Home duties (Electoral Roll entry).
HGDV: James Flett. “The History of Gold Discovery in Victoria”. 1979.
HH LETTER: Letter from Mrs Helen Harris, dated 2 February 1986.
P.C. HOOPER THESIS: Frederick Cleverdon Hooper. “The Evolution of Communal Living in the Maryborough Mining District (1854-1870).” MA Thesis. University of Melbourne 1960.
LAMPLOUGH POLICE COURT: A reference to “Lamplough Police Court” will often simply mean that the name appeared in the civil lists for hearing by the Court on a particular day. The name could be either a person prosecuting or being prosecuted – very often for debt or non-payment.
LEASK’S: Leask’s Australian Genealogies.
LETTERS: This list does not yet incorporate all the names on the lists of unclaimed letters at Lamplough P.O. and published in the MADA.
MAA : Mount Ararat Advertiser. (Nuthall & Banfield proprietors). In early 1861 known as “The Ararat and Pleasant Creek Advertiser”.
MADA: “Maryborough and Dunolly Advertiser”. (With masthead notation, at least in 1860: “And Carisbrook, Amherst and Avoca General Register”.)
MAM: Mount Alexander Mail (Castlemaine).
MH: Melbourne Herald.
MURRAY: Robert Murray and Kate White. “The Golden Years of Stawell”. 1983.
H.V. NUNN: H.V. Nunn. “Maryborough (Victoria) 1854-1954. The Story of a Century”. 1954.
NWC: “The North Western Chronicle and Back Creek, Lamplough and Clunes Advertiser.” (Title subsequently changed to “The North Western … and Back Creek, Lamplough and Amherst Advertiser”, later, from 21 February 1861, to “The North Western … and Back Creek, Amherst and Pyrenees Advertiser”, later “… Clunes and later, from 22 October 1861 – after Governor Barkly christened Back Creek “Talbot” – to “Talbot Leader and North Western Chronicle, circulating in the Amherst, Clunes, M’Callum’s Creek, Lexton, and Pyrenees Districts”.) First issue published 6/9/1860. E.J. Bateman proprietor from 5/11/1860.
OLD PUBS … : James Flett. “Old Pubs, Inns, Taverns and Grog Houses on the Victorian Gold Diggings”. 1979.
PG: Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser.
POLICE REQUEST PETITION: Petition to the Chief Commissioner from Lamplough residents, following a public meeting on 16/5/1866 requesting a police presence at Lamplough. (Copy held by ADHS.)
R.E.J.: R.E. Johns’ Diary. State Library of Victoria (SLV).
S.L. and date: Country list of unclaimed ships letters for Lamplough and date of Gazette in which list appears. Date of list is for the previous month.
STATS. 1861: Civil Establishment (1861). Victorian Parliamentary Papers (VPP). Vol 3. 1862-63. P.P. No 9.
SUTHERLAND: Alexander Sutherland. “Victoria and Its Metropolis. Past and Present”. Vol 2. 1888.
U.L.: Lamplough Post Office list of unclaimed letters published in the MADA of the associated date. 15/2/1860 – .
VBI: Victorian Biographical Index. (State Library Victoria). The more distinctive and/or prominent names in the Lamplough Name Index have been correlated with the VBI.
VGG: Victorian Government Gazette.
VPG: Victoria Police Gazette. 15/12/1859 – 22/1/1903. N.B. The title is “Victoria”, not “Victorian”.
VPP: Victorian Parliamentary Papers.
WE: Warrnambool Examiner.
WOODS: Carole Woods. “Beechworth. A Titan’s Field”. 1985.