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FITZHERBERT A. CAFFRAY: Appointed CPS Lexton. (VGG p 1361 1852, 19/11/1852.)

CAHILL: Lamplough Police Court. (RADA 5/3/1860).

ANDREW CAHILL: Information that Joseph Long threatened to murder him. (MADA 10/2/1860). Charged Joseph Long with abusive and threatening language after leaving Court on 3 Feb. Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 15/2/1860.)


CAIL: Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 18/5/1860).

JOHN CAIL: UL 14/3/1860.



JOHN CAIR: SL 16/6/1860.

CAKER: Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 5/3/1860).


J. CALAHANE: UL 7/3/1860.

P. CALAHANE(?): UL 7/3/1860.

CHAS. E. CALDER: SL 16/6/1860.

C.E. CALDER: UL 14/3/1860.

JOHN CALDER: Storekeeper, Lamplough. Witness. Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 9/11/1860). Prospecting claim near to Calder’s store. Amphitheatre? (Age 28/11/1860.)

CALEDON ESTATE: Quarter mile from Avoca township. Frontage Avoca river. Advert. (MADA 30/12/1859.)

MR FREDERICK CALL: Police Magistrate, Maryborough. Deputy Sheriff, Melbourne, for two years until December 1857. (VPP 1859-1860 D No 42.) Deputy Sheriff, Carisbrook. (VGG p 388. 1858.) Frequent references to Calls at Carisbrook. (REJ.)

MARGARET CALLAGHAN: Assault case dismissed. Lamplough Police Court. (NWC 20/9/1860.)

M. CALLANAN: UL 7/3/1860.

MICK CALLANAN: U.L. 9/4/1860.

WM. CALVER: SI, 21/4/1860.

MR CAMBLE: UL 7/3/1860.

CAMERON: Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 16/4/1860).

JAS CAMERON: UL 28/3/1860.


JOHN CAMERON: Baker. High street, Avoca, 1856. (ER).

JOHN CAMERON: Twins GEORGINA and JOHN born Lamplough, 1860 (Nos 15760, 15759 BDM).

JOHN CAMERON: Mate of John Walker. Witness. Lamplough Police Court. (NWC 8/11/1860.)

JOHN CAMERON: UL 21/3/1860, 28/3/1860.

JOHN C. CAMERON: UL 21/3/1860.

M. CAMERON: UL 7/3/1860, 14/3/1860.

MARY ANN CAMERON: Maiden name. See birth of Margaret E. McKinnon.

PETER CAMERON: Went to Hines 14/12/1860. One of the first storekeepers. (VPP 1861-1862 D No 38.)

CONSTABLE THOMAS CAMERON: With Elhatten when Langford fired. (BS 21/4/1860.) Lamplough. Langford case. Carisbrook. (MADA 28/5/1860). Horse theft case. (MADA 11/7/1860).

T. CAMERON: UL 15/2/1860.

CAMILLO: Fight. Two killed. Near Avoca. Inquest. (BA 24/3/1860).

THE CAMP: Opposite the National Bank. (MADA 30/12/1859). Stolen horse notice – information to the Camp. (VGG No 23 p 356, 21/2/1860).

CAMP STREET: Intersects Commercial Street, Lamplough. (MADA 30/12/1859).

A. CAMPBELL: UL 15/2/1860, 7/3/1860.

ARCHD. CAMPBELL: SL 19/3/1860.

ARCHIBALD CAMPBELL: Land Board. Brother to John. (AFP 27/5/1886).

J. CAMPBELL: UL 7/3/1860.

J.C. CAMPBELL: UL 15/2/1860.

J.J. CAMPBELL: UL 7/3/1860.

KENNETH CAMPBELL: “Old colonist”. Died. Lamplough. Inflammation of the lungs. + 33 years in these colonies. Native of Loch Broom, Ross-Shire. 58 years of age. (Arg. 29/3/1860).


MURDOCH CAMPBELL: John Burke charged with assaulting him. Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 10/2/1860).

N. CAMPBELL: Trustee. Public recreation reserve, Avoca. MG No 142, 22/10/1858 (?))

NEIL CAMPBELL: Union Inn, Avoca, 1856. (ER). Publican’s licence. Union Inn. Avoca. (VGG 19/7/1861.)

R. CAMPBELL: UL 15/2/1860.

ROBT. CAMPBELL: UL 21/3/1860, 9/4/1860. SI, 18/10/1860.

R.B. CAMPBELL: U.L. 18/4/1860.

S. CAMPBELL: UL 7/3/1860.

CAMPBELL & M’KINLE(A)Y: Business licence case. Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 18/7/1860). Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 20/7/1860). Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 27/7/1860). Storekeepers. Opposite Commercial street. Dissolution of partnership. Sale. (NWC 13/9/1860).

D.S. CAMPBELL & WOOLEY: Melbourne store. First in the inland. Round Water Holes. (Jenkins p ll.)

JOHN CAMPBELL: Land Board. Not married. Avoca. Farmer. (AFP 22/5/1886).

CAMPBELL & CO.: Shaft. 200 yards Green Hill Flat. (BS 12/6/1860.)

CAMPBELL’S REEF: MOYSTON. “Shire of Ararat. Its Settlement and Development”, p. 17).

SPIRIDION CANDIOTTIS: Surgeon. Avoca. 1856. (ER).

CHRISTOPHER JOHN CANE: Court case. Slaughterman, residing at Lamplough. (MADA 10/2/1860).

M. CANFIELD: UL 7/3/1860.

MARY CANTWELL: Maiden name. See birth of William John Herley.

TIMOTHY CANTY: SI, 18/2/1861.

CAPE TOWN DINING ROOMS: Royal Street. Lamplough. Fire. (MADA. 7/3/1860).

JOHN CARBET: UL 7/3/1860.

MR CARDEW: Address at Wesleyan meeting, Lamplough. (Ch. T. 7/7/1860.)

ALFRED WILL. & LAVINIA CAREW: C of E Baptism 25/11/1860.

CAREY: Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 11/5,6/6, 8/8/1860).

MISS E. CAREY: U.L. 9/4/1860.

ELIZABETH CAREY: Abusive language case. Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 23/7/1860).


CARISBROOK GENERAL SESSIONS: New furniture improvements. (MADA 7/11/1859).

JOHN CARLICK: UL 15/2/1860.

EDGAR CARLTON: Son EDWARD born Lamplough, 1860. (No 15692 BDM) .

G. CARLYLE: UL 15/2/1860.

CARMICHAEL: Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 5/3/1860).

W. CARNE: UL 14/3/1860.

GEORGE CARPENTER: Son HENRY born Lamplough, 1860. (No 15673 WM).

THOMAS CARPENTER: Son THOMAS P. born Lamplough, 1860. (No 10940 WM).

DR CARR: AB LTPS Glas 1846. Attended Mitchell at Shamrock Hotel. (MADA 9/4/1860). Late of Ballarat. (BS 12/4/1860.) Advert. Has resumed his practice at Back Creek. (MADA 25/6/1860). (Dr Robert Carr: LFPS Glas. 1846. At Victoria Place, Bendigo, in 1852 (BRD). Registered in Vic. in 1855, at Talbot in 1863. Bowden p 199). [See Q v Dr Hulley NCR 2383 PROV.1 [Bowden p 109. “Gold Doctors at Ballarat”.]

MARGARET CARR: Maiden name. See birth of Ellen Christina Loraine.

MRS CARRATHER: UL 28/3/1860.

MR C. CARRELL: UL 7/3/1860.

ALFRED CARREW: SL 22/5/1861.

ALFRED WILLIAM CARREW: Daughter EKILY ANNE born Lamplough, 1860. (No 15677 BDM)

CARRIERS: Advert. Yorke Bros. Melbourne. Lamplough etc. (Arg 912/1860.)

A.J. CARRIGHAN: UL 28/3/1860.

MR CIARRLANE: UL 7/3/1860.

FRANCIS CARROLL: Lock-up keeper, Avoca. Smith case. (MADA 19/2/1862).

JAMES CARROLL: Lunacy charge. Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 5/3/1860).

L. CARROLL: UL 7/3/1860.

M.C. CARROLL: UL 15/2/1860.

A. CARTER: UL 7/3/1860.

ALF CARTER: UL 28/3/1860.

JOHN CARTER: Forged cheque charge. (VPG 20/12, 27/12/1860.)

JOSEPH CARTER: Refreshment licence granted. Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 25/6/1860). Refreshment licence. (VGG No 101, p 1541, 17/8/1860).

P. CARTER: UL 21/3/1860.

THOMAS CARTER: U.L. 9/4/1860.

T.E. JOSEPH CARTER: SL 29/4/1861.

H. CARTNELL: UL 15/2/1860.

CARTWRIGHT: Argument with Dychkoff. Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 25/5,28/5/1860). Dismissed. Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 6/6/1860).

ANN CARTWRIGHT: Nee Hannan. Wife of George Cartwright.

CHARLES CARTWRIGHT: Miner. Lamplough. 1908. (ER).

GEORGE CARTWRIGHT: GLH. Proprietor of Clare Castle. Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 8/6/1860). Licence application granted. Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 20/6/1860). John Carter uttered a forged cheque on him. (VPG 27/12/1860.) District Publican’s licence for Clare Castle Hotel. (VGG No 110, pps 1380-81, 19/7/1861.) Forged cheque uttered on him by Robert Ward on 26 December. (VPG 9/1/1862.) Selected as one of the managers of the Goldfields Common. One of three oldest residents of Lamplough. (MADA 25/8/1862). Reference to Cartwright’s public house. Inquest on Horace Harris, Avoca. 1863. (ADHS). Publican. Signed police request petition 21/5/66. Sells colonial wine: excellent white wine, 6d per tumblefull. (AM 4/1/1868.) Cartwright and others v. Fogarty, Strangman and others. Lamplough. Claim. (AM 26/9/1868.) Landholder, Lamplough, 3/3/1863, 10/5/75, 14/8/76, 29/1/84. Hotelkeeper. Resident Lamplough (1869 PO Dir.) Signed school petition 5/2/1873. Hotel and land 100 pounds. 8 residents. (1874 valuation). Publican. Hotel, shop and 30 acres, 100 pounds. 8 residents. (1876 valuation). (VPRS 3221). Applicant did not appear. Constable Marks described the house as being in a very dilapidated condition. Application postponed for a fortnight. (AFP 8/12/1883.) Postponed application for renewal of licence for “Clare Castle”, Lamplough, granted on report of police that house was undergoing necessary repairs. (AFP 22/12/1883.) Hotelkeeper. Resident Lamplough. (1884/85 VIC Dir.)

JANE CARTWRIGHT: Baptism (Catholic) 11/11/1861. Daughter of Ann and George Cartwright.

JNO CARTWRIGHT: Clare Castle, Lamplough. (Wise’s 1891-92 Directory. N.B. Not in 1893-94 Directory.)

MARY CARTWRIGHT: Godparent at baptism of Margaret Fogarty 8/9/1872.


WM. (JAMES) CARTWRIGHT: Burglary charge. Committed.* Lamplough Police Court. Not guilty. Carisbrook. (MADA 2/4, 4/4/, 11/4,18/5/1860).

J. CARWICK: UL 7/3/1860.

ELLEN CASEY: Maiden name. See birth at Avoca of George Delahoy.

JOHN CASEY: UL 14/3/1860.

T. CASEY: UL 15/2/1860.

THOMAS CASEY: Arrived in Maryborough 1854. Fire Captain 57 years. member of Country Fire Brigades Board for 26 years. (H.V. Nunn, pps. 34,58.)In Maryborough area by end of 1854. one of the three earliest permanent settlers. (Hooper thesis, p 178.) Advert. Maryborough – Furniture and bedding warehouse, General Upholsterer, and Cabinet Maker. Funerals furnished. (MADA 20/2/1860). Trustee, Maryborough Cemetery (MADA 24/2/1860). Successful tender for interments from Maryborough Hospital. Died 23/1/1919. Age 90 years. Father of Edward, George Brennan, ASgnes (Mrs J.A. Frayne), Steven Ramsay, Matthew, Arthur, William Thomas (died 24/6/1886. See MADA 25/6/1886). (Age 24/1/1919.)

THORM CASEY: Godparent at baptism of Carey Strangman 13/3/1870.

D. CASHMAN M: UL 28/3/1860.

JOHN CASTLEMAIN: U.L. 18/4/1860.

MRS CATER: U.L. 4/4/1860.

CHARLES CATER: Son CHARLES born Lamplough, 1860. (No 21217 BDM) .

CATHCART: Mount Ararat Diggings. “Shire of Ararat. its Settlement and Development”, p. 15.)

CATHILL: CATHRILL: Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 11/4, 20/4/1860).

CATHOLIC CHURCH: Opens Sunday next (4/3?). 60′ x 30′. First Church/Chapel in Lamplough. (MADA 2/3/1860). Bishop at Ararat last Saturday. (MAA 13/3/1860.) The Roman Catholic Bishop, Father Fennelly and another priest staying here (Lexton Hotel, Lamplough?) tonight. (REJ 10/8/1860.) Retreat by Bishop at Lamplough on Saturday, Sunday 11-12/8/1860. (MADA n.d. 1/8/1860?) Bishop Goold blessed new Chapel on 12/8/1860. Built of iron, canvas roof. 80′ x 50′. (Page 446 “Pioneer Catholic Victoria”, Rev Walter Ebsworth, Polding Press, Melbourne, 1973.) Visit by Bishop on 12/8. Confirmation. Discourse on missionaries. (BS 15/8/1860.) Literary Institute talk by Dr Bourne at Chapel (?) (NWC 25/10/1860). Letter dated 27/8/1860 from Pope Pius IX praising Goold. (Age 26/11/1860.)

ALFRED CATO: Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 14/3/1860).

CATTERELL: CATTHRELL: Lamplough Police Court. (MADA. 11/4,11/5/1860).

WILLIAM CAVACK: UL 15/2/1860. W. CAVACK: UL 7/3/1860 

CAVANAGH: Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 27/7/1860).

CAVANAGH: UL 15/2/1860.

M. CAVANAGH: Ul 7/3/1860.

MORRIS CAVANAGH: UL 28/3/1860, 9/4/1860.

CAWLEY: Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 18/7/1860).

EDWARD CAWTHORNE: Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 16/4/1860).

B. CAY: UL 14/3/1860.

EDWARD CAY: Barker Street, Castlemaine. Electoral Roll. (MAM 13/5/1856.)

ROBERT CAY: Marriage to Annie Montgomery at Mount Fyans. Second son of John Cay esq, Sheriff of Linlithgowshire, Scotland. (Arg 3/5/1851. ) Appointed Territorial Magistrate, Avoca. EDWARD CAY: Appointed Territorial Magistrate, The Loddon. (VGG No 5, p 1231 4/2/1852.)

WM CAZZER: UL 28/3/1860.

THE CEMENT PATCH: Source of the Deep Lead. 400. Road through Amphitheatre street passes through. Close to Essex (?). (MADA 27/6/1860.) Part of the Deep Lead (?). (MADA 29/6/1860). Looks promising. 200 miners. (MADA 18/7/1860).

AVOCA CEMETERY: “Since the rush to Lamplough the interments in the Avoca Cemetery have increased to a sad extent”. (MADA 9/5/1860).

CENSUS: Held on 7 April 1861.

JOHN CEREAGE: U.L. 4/4/1860.

J. CERROUL: UL 7/3/1860.


ISAAC CHADWICK: Horse theft. Committed. (MADA 11/7/1860).

JOSEPH CHADWICK: Signed electoral requisition for H.N. Simson. (MAM 8/8/1856). Auctioneer. Maryborough. Re 1854 case at Maryborough. Witness. (MAM 8/5/1857). Chadwick’s Auction Room, Ararat. Reference re July 1858. now (1974) MAA Office. (L. Banfield. “Green Pastures and Gold”. p. 54). Member, first election for Ararat Muncipality 19/10/1858. C’Back to Ararat 1932″, p.3). Ararat, 1858. (Name and occupation included in request for municipal district petition published by Chief Secretary’s Office, 17/8/1858, and reproduced in “Passing on the Torch” by Mary Normanbail, 1958, pps. 36-40.) Newmarket Horse and Cattle Yards. Sales at Lamplough Monday, Wednesday, Saturday, at his yard adjoining the Clare Castle Rush. Advert. (MADA 23/1/1860.) Insolvency. Of Ararat and Lamplough. Causes: “… from a general falling off in business there in consequence of the rush to Lamplough.” Surplus 1810 pounds 5s and 9d. (MH. Age 9/2/1860). New insolvent. Of Ararat and Lamplough. Causes: … loss of business by the rush to Lamplough. (MAA 14/2/1860). Auctioneer’s General Licence. Avoca. (VGG No 12, 25/1/1861, p 153.) Judge, Mountain Creek races. (MAA 2/2/1861, BS 11/2/1861). See Pilot Boat Hotel, Mountain Creek. Progress Committee. (ADHS. “The Pioneer” 16/2/1861.)

WM. CHADWICK: Business licence case. Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 2/5/1860).

MRS W. CHADWICK: Ul 14/3/1860.

GEORGE CHALK: Daughter ANNIE AMELIA born Lamplough, 1860. (No 21188 BDM).


E. HY CHAMBERS: SL, 15/9/1860.

W.H. CHAMBERS: UL 21/3/1860.

CHANNINGS: Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 29/2/1860.)

MRS CHANNINGS: UL 15/2/1860, 28/3/1860, 9/4/1860.

RICHARD CHANNINGS: Insolvency. Of Crowlands and Lamplough. Storekeeper. (MH 22/2/1860). R. CHANNINGS: UL 15/2/1860. Lam,plough. Insolvency. W&P Leg. C. 1860-61. Al.)

HENRY CHANT: Lamplough. Decioyed Isaac Walker away. (VPG 31/12/1863.)

C.J. CHAPLIN: SL 15/9/1860. C. CHAPLIN: UL 15/2/1860, 914/1860.

MESSRS M & JOSEPH CHAPLIN: Lamplough Cricket Club. (MADA 19/3/1860). Letter from J. on behalf of mining eleven (26/3,30/3/1860). Chaplin in cricket match Victorian United Eleven v. 18 of the Maryborough District. (MADA 19/12/1860 via Arg. 21/12/1860.)

GEORGE CHAPMAN: Gold Receiver. Amherst. 1st appointment 8/8/1853. Pounds 450 p.a. Born Ireland. (V&P Leg. C. 1858~59. A2.)


ALFRED CHAPPELE: SL 21/4/1860. A. CHAPPLE: UL 14/3/1860.

JOHN CHARCOL: Drunk. Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 14/5/1860

JOHN AND PETER CHARLETON: Stole. Woodstock. (VPG 14/7/1874).

CHARLTON: See Fiery Creek. (MADA 23/7/1860).

PETER/CUARLTON: Farmer. Resident Lamplough. (1869 PO Dir.) Blind. Discharged from charge of unlawful possession (AM 16/6/1866).

CHEESEWORTH: Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 2/5/1860).

THOS CHERRY: SI, 18/3/1861. SL 29/4/1861.

CHARLES CHILCOTE (CHILCOTT?): Miner at Linger-and-Die. Wife eloped. Lamplough Police Court. (NWC 20/12/1860. VPG 20/12/1860.)

CHINESE: Beechworth Chinese Protector re rules f or Chinese camps. (MADA 24/9/1858.) Anti-Chinese letter inserted as an advertisement by A. Paddock. (MADA 16/11/1859). Letter from a Christian Chinese re general conditions. (RADA 5/12/1859). Reply. (MAM 9/12/1859). 3,000 – 4,000 “celestials” on rush, Fiery Creek Road. (MADA 16/3/1860. Age 22/3/1860.) Templeton: No Chinese at Lamplough 4/4/1860. Visited Lamplough to select a site for a Chinese village on 26/4/1860. (April Report. VPRS 1189. Box 529.) 43,385 in Colony at 31/12/1859. (Arg. 24/4/1860.) 300 at Lamplough (MADA 4/5/1860). 500 at Lamplough (9/5/1860). Beginning to assemble at and around Lamplough in great numbers. (Arg. 9/5/1860.) Pouring in. Village not far from Camp. (BS 10/5/1860.) One was sworn in by the usual way of extinguishing a candle. (MADA 28/5/1860). Description. (BS 16/6/1860.) Explanation of blowing out a match at Beechworth P.C. (Age 22/6/1860.) 24,732 in Victoria. Census 7/4/1861. (VPP 1861 No 9b Statistics of Victoria.) Story of a Chinese cook at Lamplough who courted a white girl who jilted him. (MADA 1/11/1861). Estimated 11,000 migrated over border to NSW during 1860. Population at end of 1860 27,181. Start of year 38,181. WPP 1860-61. No 106. p xiv.) Chinese Protector at Avoca. Salary 312-10-0. Interpreter and scribe 275~0~0. W&P 1861 PP A No 11. p 73.)

CHINESE CAMP: Impromptu town. (MADA 7/5/1860). Warden chose a new site f or them. They were too near the Police Camp. (MADA 9/5/1860). Mentioned in missing opium case. Lamplough Police Court. (NWC 11/10/1860.) Fight between Sinclair and Chinese at Spring Gully. (MADA 25/9/1861).

MR CHINN: Lamplough Cricket Club. (MADA 19/3/1860).

W. CHIRNSIDE: UL 14/3/1860.

JOHN CHISHOLM: UL 14/3/1860.

JOHN CHISHOLM: Miner. Avoca. 1856. (ER).

ELI CHIVERS: Miner living at Lamplough . Gave evidence at Berry inquest. (MADA 6/1/1860.) E. CHIVERS: UL 7/3/1860.

INSPECTOR HUSSEY MALONE CHOMLEY: Pounds 325 p.a. 1st Appointment 19/9/1852. Born Ireland. W&P Leg. C. 1858-59 A2.) Born 8/8/1832. Died 12/7/1906. Chief Commissioner 1881-1902. (P 143 Australian Families.) “Mr Chumley, (sic) our new Inspector of Police, arrived here from Melbourne last evening.” (MAA 20/1/1860). Arrest. Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 22/2/1860). Efficient Crown prosecutor. (BS 3/3/1860.) At fire. (MADA 7/3/1860). Ordered to Inglewood next week. (REJ 16/3/1860.) Transferred to Inglewood. (MADA 19/3/1860). Appointed to Inglewood. Was at Bendigo. (MAA 30/3/1860). Reference to Chomley as Inspector in Charge, Carisbrook, 31/12/1860 and 1867. (Hooper Thesis pps 89-90.)

G.H.C. (GEORGE HANNA) CHOMLEY: Brother of Herbert Massey C. Born 17/3/1839. Managed Glenmore (Glenmona?) and Woodstock Stations. (P 145, Australian Families). Squatter. Resident Lamplough. (1869 PO Dir.) Appointed Magistrate, Midland Bailwick (VPG 21/9/1875). Appointed Licensing magistrate, Avoca. (VPG 21/9/1875).

A.H. CHRISTIAN: U.L. 18/4/1860.


J. CHRISTY: U.L. 4/4/1860.

MARIA CHUDLEIGH: Maaiden name. See birth of Charles Cater.

HENRY DUNCAN CHURCH: H.D. CHURCH: Depasture licence, Gippsland. (?) (VGG p 119, 1851.) Gold Fields Bailiff. Appointed 3/9/1855. Salary pounds 400 p.a. 1st appointed 16/2/1853. (VPP 1858-59 No 46.) Took over from Taylor. (REJ 8/5/1860.) A/g Clerk, Court of Petty Sessions, Lamplough,while Taylor on holidays from 9 May. (MADA 23/5/1860 and VGG No 62 p 933, 18/5/1860). CPS Avoca. Appointed 30/8/1860. Pounds 350 p.a. (VPP 1862-63 No 9 p.366). CPS Avoca. Expenditure on salary to 31/12/1860, 320-16-8. (V&P 1861 A No 11. p. 88). Pounds 350 p.a. First appointed to Colonial service 16/2/1853. (Statistics … 1860. P 27. PP No 3, 1861-62.) CPS Avoca. Electoral Reg. Amphitheatre, Lamplough, Avoca. (VGG No 103, p 1568, 21/8/1860). Clerk of County Court and Court of Mines, Avoca and CPS Avoca, Lamplough, Amphitheatre. Vice T. Taylor transferred from 1/7. (VGG No 113, p 1700, 11/9/1860). Relieved R.E. Johns as Collector of Imposts, Lamplough Petty Sessions. (VGG No 17, 5/2/1861, p 237.) Notice. Registrar. Court House, Avoca. Electoral lists. (VGG No 44, 19/3/1861, p 594.) Notice re Electoral lists, CPS Lamplough. (VGG No 52, 3/4/1861, p 686.) D.H. CHURCH: Clerk, Avoca Police Court. (MADA 5/6/1861).

CHURCH OF ENGLAND: First C of E Baptism Lamplough Reserve: Levy & Eliz. Baker. Watchmaker. 6/2/1860. (Register). (Arrangements for service once a fortnight. (C of E Record, February 1860.) Bishop Perry at Avoca 20/4/1860. (C of E Record May 1860.) Its interests have been neglected. The Ven. Archdeacon of Castlemaine visited Lamplough. Services to be at Police Court. Building proposed. (MADA 9/7/1860). Report of meeting on Tuesday. Rev T.B. Garlick, Avoca, presided. Held in Courtroom. (MADA 13/7/1860). Up to fortnight ago no place of worship. At Lexton Hotel. (BS 20/7/1860.) Speech by Archdeacon Archibald Crawford on 2/11/1860. Few months ago no service at Lamplough. Lay reader every Sunday. Sabbath school. (Ch. T. 1/12/1860. Rev. Garlick proposes erecting places of worship or securing suitable accomodation at Lamplough, Homebush and Amphitheatre. (MADA 18/11/1861). New Church at Bung Bong. (MADA 2/12/1861).

JAMES CHURCHILL: Property stolen. WPG 29/11/1860.)

ELIZA CHYNOWETH: Maiden name. See birth of Albert Prout.

JOHN CHYNOWETH: Miner. Avoca. 1856. (ER).

JANE CHYNOWETH: Maiden name. See birth of William Benjamin Trevena.

CITY OF LONDON HOTEL: Near Shamrock Hotel. Auction at it. (MADA 9,20/4/1860). Purchased by B. Taylor for National School. (Letter 19/5/1860. VPRS 880 Box 24.) Carl Niehoff No appearance for licence application. Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 20/6/1860).

THOMAS CLAPPERTON: Station owner near Avoca. Dispute with miners. (MADA 28/5/1860 via Age 30/5/1860). Mr Clapperton’s station, at Glenlogie. Inquest case. (MADA 11/7/1860).

THOMAS CLARE: Injured in explosion. Lamplough. (MADA

WALTER CLARE: UL 28/3/1860.

CLARE CASTLE LIVERY & BAIT STABLES: Adjoining the Clare Castle Hotel. E. Harrington proprietor. (MADA 13/2/1860.)

CLARE CASTLE (RUSH) HOTEL: [See George Cartwright]. [Clare Castle: Co. Clare, Ireland. Fortification. High connical mound, two baileys, enclosed by ramparts of earth. Columbia Lippinott Gazetteer of the World, p 415.1 An old place near the rush. (Flett. “Old Pubs …, p 38.) Owner supported (original) prospectors. 24′ x 10′ slab walls. 6′ in height and canvas roof. (BT 5/12/1859.) Where the two streets intersect. Roof fired on almost first day of the rush. Cash box stolen. (MADA 7/12/1859). Second attempt on Thursday to fire it. (MADA 9/12/1859). “Some five or six weeks ago the Clare Castle public house, and one or two tents, were the only habitations in this lonely locality.” (Age 11/1/1860.) J. Chadwick’s Newmarket Horse and Cattle Yards adjoin it. Advert. (MADA 23/1/1860.) About four miles from Avoca, on the Burn Bank road. Lies in about the business centre of Lamplough. (Arg. Correspondent’s report. 30/1/1860.) Gold found at back. (BS 31/1/1860.) Mr Haigh’s Store adjoins it. (MADA 6/2/1860.) Hugh McCartrey robbed in front of hotel. MG 10/5/1860.) Bridget McGee damaged property of George Cartwright, proprietor of C.C.H. Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 8/6/1860). Licence application by George Cartwright granted. Lamplough Police Court. (BS 16/6/1860. MADA 20/6/1860). Disturbance in Hotel, 12-20 people. (MADA 25/6/1860). Horse stolen from outside. Thief walked with horse quickly down the Avoca Rd. Const. Cameron walked back with horse, past the Hotel in direction of the police camp. (MADA 11/7/1860). “… the rocky ground, property of …” (NWC 29/11/1860.) Advert. Creek Street, Mountain Creek. For sale. C’The Pioneer”, 16/2/1861.) Davies election meeting held there. (MADA 7/8/1861). Meeting held there on 19/8 to nominate Goldfields Common managers. (MADA 25/8/1862). Licence renewal (AFP 8,22/12/1883.)

CLARE CASTLE STORE: Prospecting claim not far from. (BT 13/12/1859.)

CLARK: Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 25/5/1860).

H.V. CLARK: UL 14/3/1860.

JOHN CLARK: Son HENRY born Lamplough, 1860. (No 15723 WM).

JOHN CLARK: Business licence case. Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 25/5/1860).

J.A. CLARK: U.L. 4/4/1860.

NORMAN L. CLARK: Death. Chairman of Directors, “Ballarat Courier”. Born Ballarat 1857. Paper founded by father. (SMH 21/10/1925. VBI?)

R. CLARK: Manager, The Advertiser printing office, Lamplough. (MADA 24/2/1860). [Bateman’s partner at Talbot?]

THOMAS CLARK: Miner. Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 4/4/1860).

MRS CLARK: Her tent on Slaughteryard Hill was robbed. (MADA 15/8/186)).

CLARKE: Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 11/4/1860).

CLARKE’S GROG SHOP: N. Muchett’s property stolen there. (VPG 15/12/1859.)

A. CLARKE: UL 7/3/1860.

ANNE CLARKE: UL 15/2/1860.

A.S. CLARKE: UL 7/3/1860.


FRANCIS CLARKE: Alias Maitland. Eloped with Mrs Burrowes. (MADA 21/11/1860). Stealing charge. (NWC 22/11/1860.)

FREDERICK CLARKE: Alias Joshua Edmundson, alias William Walls. Ticket of leave, Lamplough. (VPG 4/4/1860.) Arrived at Sandhurst. WPG 19/4/1860.) Alias Edmondson, iones. Horse stealing. Ticket of leave holder for Lamplough district. Surprised at being allowed at Lamplough. General Sessions, Bendigo. (BA 3/5/1860. Editorial.) (BA via WE 18/5/1860).

GEORGE CLARKE: UL 14/3/1860. Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 6/4/1860).

JOHN CLARKE: Clerk. Avoca. 1856. (ER).

J.S. CLARKE: UL 7/3/1860.

JOHN THOMAS CLARKE: Son WILLIAM born Lamplough 1860. (No. 10908 BDM).

J.W. CLARKE: UL 15/2/1860.

JOSEPH CLARKE: Knocked down and robbed by four men on 26/12/1859. (VPG 5/1/1860.)

MARMADUKE CLARKE: Back Creek, Lamplough, Maryborough. Slaughterman. Insolvent. (Age 3/5/1860.)

MARY CLARKE: “Hobart Town Polly”. Residing at Argyle Rooms. Fire ~ she was burnt. (MADA 12/12/1859). Burnt while cooking at fire. (MADA 6/2/1860.) Charged Thomas Holmes. Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 11/5/1860). No appearance, Refreshment licence application. (MADA 25/6/1860).

MARY ANN CLARKE: Sued John Williams f or pounds 6 board and lodging and pounds one for washing. No appearance by defendant. Both live at Homebush. (AFP 30/9/1882.)

R.F. CLARKE: UL 21/3/1860.

ROBERT CLARKE: UL 21/3/1860.

W. CLARIKE: UL 15/2/1860, 7/3/1860.


R.W. CLARQUE: U.L. 4/4/1860. SL 16/5/1860. R.W. CLASQUE: U.L. 9/4/1860.


BRIDGET CLEARY: Maiden name. See birth of James Alleyn.

F. CLEGG: UL 14/3/1860.

FRANCIS CLEGG: Storekeeper and dealer. Mountain Hut rush. Insolvency. (MH 26/1/1860.) Store, Mountain Hut. (BS 2/10/1860.)

JOHN CLEMENTS: UL 15/2/1860, 7/3/1860.

JOHN CLEMENTS: Robbed at Lamplough. (VPG 5/1/1860.)

CLEMES DISPENSERS: Lamplough. Apply to it to buy prospecting claim. (MADA 13/2/1860.) Advert. Dr Dehane at Clemes Dispensary, Mountain Creek. (“The Pioneer”, 16/2/1861). Alfred Bussel Clemes: “Stawell’s most prominent Cornishman ” Born St Anstell 1829. Died 1917. (Murray, pps 51-52.)

J.S. CLENWICK: UL 15/2/1860.

CLIFF: Goods sold case. Lamplough Police Court. (NWC 20/9/1860.) Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 19/3/1860).

JOHN CLIFF: U.L. 18/4/1860.


MR CLINK: UL 15/2/1860.

BRIDGET CLINTON: Maiden name. See birth of B.E. Doherty,.

SARAH CLIPSHAM: Maiden name. See birth of S.A. Coles.

G. CLONKE: UL 7/3/1860.

DR RICHARD CLOSE: At Castlemaine in 1853. C’Goers and Shicers”, Margaret Temple.) Inquest, Avoca, 1853, on John a Chinaman. (ADHS). Adelaide Hill, Forest Creek. Advertisement. (MAM 13/5/1854.) Witness, inquest, Thomas Hamilton, Avoca, 1855. (ADHS). At Amphitheatre. Inquest, 2/12/1859. (ADHS). Witness Berry inquest. (MAA 6/1/1860). Witness. Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 15/6,22/6/1860). Witness, M’Lean paternity case. (MADA 29/8/1860). Attended Taunton. (BS 11/9/1860.) (Member of CMA in 1853. At Adelaide Hill, Forest Creek 13/5/1854 and at Avoca October 1854. Reg. in Vic. in 1856. (Bowden p 199.)

THOS. CLOSE: UL 7/3/1860.


CLOTHES: See description of miners from Lamplough not admitted to Melbourne Public Library. (Arg 4/4/1860.) [Soap and water provided at Library. See Michie p 203.]

MESSRS. CLOUGH & CO’S: Mr & Mrs (J. H. ) Clough came to Australia 1850. Returned to England 1902. JHC died in 1903. Mrs Clough died in England. Age 77 years. Two sons. (VBI “Australasian”, 20/4/1907.) Preemptive right (hitherto denominated Wise’s paddock, which was a mistake). (MADA. 17/2/1860.) “… the proprietors, Messrs J.H. Clough and Co., Wool-brokers, Melbourne … “. Land sale. (MADA 17/2/1860. ) Small number of claims. (MADA 20/2/1860). Mr Atkinson re 10 horses died. (MADA 20/6/1860). Mr Atkinson, manager of station. (NWC 11/10/1860.) Woodstock Inn lead leading towards Messrs. Clough & Co. (BS Via CMJ Nov. 1860.)

CLOUGH’S CIRCULAR AND PASTORAL ADVERTISER: Advert. For J.H. Clough & Co. (Age 17/11/1860.)

PROFESSOR CLUNES: Auction of his estate. Lamplough. (MADA 9/4(?)/1860). WILLIAM CLUNES: Advert. Grand Ox-Hydrogen gas microscope. First time here. Clunes. (Creswick and Clunes’ Advertiser, 2/12/1859.) Lecturer on miracles of Christ. Died Sunday morning last. (MAA 6/3/1860.) Auction of his goods on 21/4. Description. (MADA 20/4/1860.) Intestate. Pounds 70. (Arg. 1/3/1861). From Lambeth, London. Estate Order 28/2/1861. Value pounds 70. DOD 10/6/1860.(?) (VGG No 40, p 533, 12/3/1861.) Moneys received 8-7-6, payments made 3-12-2, paid into Treasury 4-15-4. (VGG No 117, 2/8/1861, p 1478.) Lamplough. Deceased estate. Died 10/6/1860.(?). (MADA 7/8/1861(?).

T. CLUSE: UL 15/2/1860, 7/3/1860.

MICHAEL COADY: Lamplough. Horse stolen on 9th. (VPG 22/12/1859.)

J. COATES: UL 14/3/1860.

WILLIAM JAMES & HARRIETT COATES: Baptism, C of E: William Albert. 22/4/1860. Register. Birth of son WILLIAM ALBERT Lamplough, 1860. (No 05455 BW).

HENRY COBB: UL 28/3/1860.

COBB’S COACHES: Ballarat agent E.T. Foley. Ballarat to Clare Castle 27/6d. (BS 4/1/1860.) Upton Tomlin agent? Booking office at Commercial Hotel. (MADA 23/1/1860). Advert: Four horse coach, Ararat to Clare Castle Rush, one pound. (MAA 17/2/1860). Leave Commercial Hotel. Seven hour trip to Ballarat. Fare one pound five shillings. (MADA 27/2/1860). Five coaches start from and return daily, Commercial Hotel. (MADA 9/3/1860). Coaches leave Shamrock Hotel. (MADA 2/1/1861).Advert: agent C. Mulcahy, Shamrock Hotel, Commercial Street. (NWC 13/12/1860.)

JAMES COCHRAN: U.L. 18/4/1860.

RICHARD COCHRAN: U.L. 18/4/1860.

J. COCHRANE: UL 7/3/1860.

MICHAEL COCHRANE: Farming 16 years. Land board. (AFP 22/5/1886).

T. COCK: UL 7/3/1860.

THOMAS COCK: U.L. 18/4/1860.

WILLIAM COCK: UL 12/3/1860.

COCKATOO RESTAURANT: Lamplough. No business licence. Mr Green to gaol. (NWC 20/9/1860.)

T. COCKEN: SL 22/5/1861.

COCKFIELD: Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 28/5,6/6/1860).

F. COCKING: UL 14/3/1860, 9/4/1860. FRANCIS COCKING: UL 21/3/1860.

E. CODTANDE: U.L. 4/4/1860.

M.W. CODY: UL 7/3/1860.

W.H. CODY & CO: Slaughteryard, Lamplough. Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 14/3/1860).

JOHN COE M: Miner. Signed Police request petition 21/5/1866.

MR COFFEE: Postmaster at Amphitheatre robbed. (MADA 18/11/1861).

P. COFFEE: Landholder, Lamplough, 30/5/1863.

COFFEY: Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 21/3/1860).

MESSRS. COFFEY’S STORE: Amphitheatre. Lost horse. WGG No 135, p 2012, 23/10/1860).


P & J COFFEY: U.L. 9/4/1860.

COFFEY’S HOTEL: Moonambel Road. W.M. Wise died there. (AM 22/7/1873.)

THOMAS COGHILL: Robbed on 17th December at Lamplough. (VPG 22/12/1859.)

T. COGHLAN: UL 7/3/1860.

B. COLAGHAN: UL 7/3/1860.

DR COLDWELL: Case about medical attendance struck out. Lamplough Police Court. (NWC 1/11/1860.) (A Dr John Caldwell. Bowden p 199).

ARON COLE: SL 17/12/1860. AARON COLE: Birth of daughter GRACE Lamplough, 1860. (No 15843 WM).

W.R. COLE BAKER: Overseer, station, Avoca. (MAM 13/10/1854). Death of child of WR CB. Avoca. CAustralian & New Zealand Gazette”, p. 503. 13/6/1860.)

COLEMAN: Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 25/6/1860).

CHAS COLEMAN: UL 28/3/1860.

G.S. COLEMAN: UL 15/2/1860.

M. COLEMAN: UL 7/3/1860.

MARY COLEMAN: Better known as the Native Youth. Charged by Harriet Morris with abusive and indecent language. Lamplough Police Court. (RADA 13/2/1860.) U.L. 18/4/1860.

MRS MARY COLEMAN: U.L. 18/4/1860.

W. COLERAN: UL 15/2/1860.

W.E. COLEMAN: UL 7/3/1860.

GEORGE COLES: Birth of daughter SARAH ANNE Lamplough, 1860. (No 15719 BDM). (VBI? Died 23/5/1886. Age 54 years. At Stuart Mill. came to St. Arnaud 24 years ago. (1862?). Seven years at St. Arnaud. 1869 to Stuart Mill. was a miner. Local butcher. (St Arnaud Mercury, 29/5/1886.)

S.J. COLES: SL 17/11/1860, 17/12/1860.

E. COLETT: UL 15/2/1860.

JOHN COLPA: UL 28/3/1860. Bootmaker. Amphitheatre street. Boots stolen. (MADA 6/6/1860).

J. COLFER: UL 14/3/1860.



G. COLLINGS: UL 15/2/1860.

FRANCES COLLEY: Maiden name. See birth of S. Gaywood.

C. COLLINS: UL 7/3/1860 (2).


J. COLLINS: UL 15/2/1860.

JOHN COLLINS: UL 14/3/1860.

SAMUEL COLLINS: Land board. Resided Woodstock for three years. Married. Three children. (AFP 22/5/1886.)

T. COLLINS: UL 15/2/1860.

W. COLLINS: UL 7/3/1860.

COLLON: Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 21/3/1860).

S. COLLOU & CO: Started at Lamplough January 1860. By late March had moved to Inglewood. (Unidentified collector’s magazine. ADHS.) Victoria Express. Lamplough. Lost horse notices. WGG No 200, p 2797, 23/12/1859 and VGG No 14, p 208, 27/1/1860 and VGG No 23 p 356, 21/2/1860 and VGG No 34 p 489, 16/3/1860). Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 18/7, 23/7/1860). Lost horse notice. McKinnons. (VGG No 169, 28/12/1860, p 2498.) Advert: Mountain Creek, Redbank, and Hind’s. (MADA 3/5/1861).

SATHARADY COILLOU: Acted as interpreter f or an East Indian. Back Creek Court. (MADA 7/11/1859.)

CHRISTOPHER COLMBER: U.L. 4/4/1860, 9/4/1860.

DR RICHARD COLTHURST: Claim for medical attendance at Avoca Camp 20/5 – 31/7/1854. (VPP 1859-1860 Supplmentary Estimates.)

MARY ANN COMFORT: Witness. Lives next door to M. Dillon. Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 25/5/1860).

COMMERCIAL HOTEL: One commodious hotel nearly completed. (BT 13/12/1859). Advert: Ellis Commercial Hotel. (BT 5/1/1860).Sold a few days ago for 500 pounds for the bare building. (MAA 17/1/1860). Commercial Street. Joseph Ellis. Advert. (MADA 23/1/1860). A.D. Sheppard of the Commercial Hotel has built stables for 60 horses. (BS 31/1/1860). Burton’s Circus intended to set up at rear of Hotel. (MADA 6/2/1860.) Prospecting Cttee. met there Monday. (MADA 22/2/1860). Auction advertisement for 20/3: 45′ x 120′. Five coaches start from and return. Proprietors spent 2,000 pounds. Bar 30′ x 20′. Cellar 12′ x 7′ depth. Dining room for 200 persons. 13 bed rooms. (MADA 9/3/1860). Cricket teams ate there (MADA 26/3/1860). “Wrigley’s Commercial” rain in cellar. (MADA 27/4/1860). “Wrigley’s Commercial Hotel”. (MADA 7/5/1860). Licence application by Amos Downes Shepherd. No appearance. Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 20/6/1860). Mr Fyfe and John Bennett J.P. purchased it as a speculation. Case. Back Creek Police Court. (MADA 3/8/1860). Hoffenegger & Roth located opposite it. Advert. (NWC 13/12/1860.)

COMMERCIAL STREET: So called, from Wrigley’s Commercial Hotel. (BS 10/12/1859). Princes’s Theatre is in it. (MADA 14/12/1859). Principal street in the place for business. Not an inch of f ootage is lef t. Runs f rom the Clare Castle to the Camp, intersected by Camp Street (MADA 30/12/1859). Macademised with red gravel. (BS 6/1/1860). 100 pounds was refused for a frontage of 38′ to Commericial Street. (MH 19/1/1860). Commercial and Amphitheatre streets cut each other at right angles. Mere sandy avenues. (Arg. Correspondent. 30/1/1860.) Miners busy at the rear of. Victoria Express at southern end of Commercial street. (MAA 31/1/1860). Joseph Southern. Hay and corn store, next to Dunolly’s billiard room. Commercial street? (BA 26/1/1860). “…possesses this corrupt element of society to a shocking degree …” (MADA 13/2/1860). Robbery attempt corner of Amphitheatre and Commercial streets. (MADA 17/2/1860.) Lexton Hotel in it. (MADA 17/2/1860.) Eagle Saloon. (MADA 22/2/1860). J. Mackay & Co. Drapers. Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 14/3/1860). Royal Street at rear? Danger of fire. (MADA 17/3/1860). Spence Bros., Neill, Bruce & Co, Jones & Lowe, spirit merchant licences. (VGG No 39 p 564, 27/3/1860). The Theatre Royal moved theme, next to Mr Haigh’s Store. (MADA 9/4/1860). Theatre Royal moved to Avoca Street near Clare Castle. (BS 12/4/1860). Several buildings pulled down for Mountain Creek rush. Hoffenegger & Roth (Watchmakers) opposite the Commercial Hotel. (NWC 13/12/1860.) Advert for Bull & Beedon – Commercial Street. (NWC 20/9/1860.) Fire close to the Theatre Royal. 4 places burned down. (MADA 12/11/1860).

J.F. COMMINS: Forage – Avoca, Lamplough, St. Arnaud. (VGG No 162, 14/12/1860, p 2405).

H.W. COMPAN: UL 21/3/1860.

H.M. COMPIN: UL 15/2/1860. HENRY MARSHA-LL COMPIN: U.L. 18/4/1860.

G.W. COMPORT: UL 7/3/1860. G. COMPORT: U.L. 9/4/1860.

PATRICK CONDREN: Horse stolen. Pounds 20 reward. (VPG 13/9/1860.)


THOMAS CONNELL: Hut. Amphitheatre Station. (MAM 12/8/1854.)

PETER CONNER: UL 28/3/1860.

P. CONNOR: UL 15/2/1860.

CONRAD: Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 5/3/1860).

DAVID CONROY: Birth of son JAMES Lamplough, 1860. (No 10904 BDM).

H.R. CONROY: U.L. 18/4/1860.

P. CONROY: UL 14/3/1860.

PAT CONROY: UL 15/2/1860, 18/4/1860.

MR CONROY: UL 15/2/1860.

ALFRED HENRY CONSTABLE: Acting Receiver and Paymaster, Avoca. (MADA 14/5/1860.) New Receiver and Paymaster, Avoca. references in REJ Diary. (REJ 13/5/1860 etc.)

CHARLES CONSTABLE: Signed school petition 5/2/1873.

JAMES CONWELL: Property stolen. MG 26/1/1860.)

MR COOK: Land Bill meeting. Lmplough. (MADA 25/7/1860).

EMILY COOK: “Most disreputable being”. Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 29/2/1860).

JAMES COOK: UL 15/2/1860.

T.M. COOK: UL 7/3/1860.

WILLIAM COOK: UL 21/3/1860.

JOHN COOKE: Business licence case. Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 2/5/1860). Advert. (AM 22/7/1863.) Formation of Mechanics Institute. (AM 22/7/1863.) Tea meeting, Amphitheatre. (AM 20/8/1864.) Land application. (AM 17,24/6/1865.) “In Memoriam” (re GV Brooke) (AM 31/3/1866). Poems: AM 23/5/1868, 13/9/1868, 3/10/1868, 17/10/1868, August 1868, 3/4/1869, 24/4/1869, 8/5/1869, July 1869, 6,7/8/1869, 21,28/8/1869, 11/9/1869, 18/9/1869. Concert Lillicur. (AM 6/6/1868). Letter. (AM 30/1/1869). See Avoca Mining reform League. At Bung Bong to raise funds for Presbyterian Church. (AM 14/8/1869.) Meeting re Progress Committee. (AM 5/3/1870). Returning to England for a visit. Any commissions? (AM June 1870). Advert re solicitor. (AM 18/11/1873). ADHS No 16. (?) Obituary. Age 55 years. (AM 4/4/1876.)

MR COOKE: UL 15/2/1860.

MARY COOLOLAN: Maiden name. See birth of Mary Ann Leonard.

G. COOMBE: UL 21/3/1860.

ANDREW COOMBS: SL 19/7/1860.


EDWARD COONEY: Birth of daughter FRANCES MAR Y B. Lamplough, 1860. (No 10905 BDM).

NICHOLAS COONEY: SI, 20/7/1861. NICK COONEY: U.L. 4/4/1860.

COOPER: Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 28/5,6/6/1860).

JOHN COOPER: Prospecting claim. Mountain Hut. (MADA 15/10/1860).

J.J. COOPER: UL 15/2/1860.

MRS COOPER: Lamplough. Died from dysentry. (MADA 16/3/1860).

THOMAS COOPER: UL 21/3/1860, 4/4/1860.

COPE: A digger. Arrested re a fight. (MADA 5/2/1862).

MR COPE: Bookseller, Amphitheatre Street. Fire – 25 pounds damage. (MADA 29/2/1860). Cope’s News and Letter Office, library and Reading Room: Advert. Agent for MAA. Main Street, Commissioner’s Hill. (MAA 6/1/1860.). [See Morgan and Cope.] Member, Inglewood Progress Committee. (Inglewood Advertiser via Age 9/8/1860.)

HENRY COPE: VBI? Death on 25/4. Albert street, Sebastapool. Age 65 years. (“Illustrated Australian News”. No 159. 18/6/1870.)

HENRY J. COPE: Secretary, Amateur Dramatic Society, Lamplough. (MADA 27/2/1860).

HENRY JOHN COPE: Publicans Licence. german Gully. (MAM 14/12/1855.)

H.J. COPE: UL 15/2/1860.

JOHN COPLEY: Birth of daughter HANKAH Lamplough, 1860. (No 15683 WM).


J. CORK: UL 7/3/1860.

CORK ARMS: Wholesale Branch of J.R. Neaves opposite … Lamplough. (MADA 20/2/1860).

R. CORIKEN: UL 14/3/1860.

J. CORMICK: UL 7/3/1860.

J. CORNELL: UL 7/3/1860.

JAMES CORNELL: UL 14/3/1860.

JAMES CORNEY: Tent cut, property stolen. (VPG 19/1/1860.)


GEORGE CORRIE: Birth of daughter CLARA R. Lamplough, 1860. (No 11054 BDM).

DR CORTAYNE: Witness. Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 22/6/1860).

EMANUEL CORTISONS: Restaurant keeper. Lamplough. (MADA. 9/3/1860).

MR CORTISSOS: Caught thief. Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 20/2/1860).


JOHN CORTON: Ticket of leave. Lamplough. WPG 8/3/1860.)

COTTERELL: Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 28/5,4/7,9/7/1860).

J. COTCINGHAW?): UL 7/3/1860.


LEWIS COTTINGHAM: UL 21/3/1860. SL 18/2/1861.

RICH COTTON: SL 16/6/1860.

JOHN COULL: UL 15/2/1860.

COULSTOCK: Lamplough Cricket Club. (MADA 26/3/1860. Wages case. Lamplough Police Court. (NWC 20/9/1860.) Maryborough District 18 v Vic. eleven. (MADA 19/12/1860 ex Arg. 21/12/1860.)

RICHARD COULSTOCK: Theatre Royal case. (MADA 22/6/1860).

COULTER: Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 6/6/1860).

DELILIAH COUNTEWAY: Maiden name. See birth of L.L. Burnaby.

J.J. COUPER: UL 7/3/1860.

S.J. COUPER: UL 15/2/1860, 7/3/1860.

D.L. COURT: UL 14/3/1860.

P. COURY: UL 15/2/1860.

COURT HOUSE: On one side of the Police Reserve. (MADA 21/5/1860).

P. COURY: UL 15/2/1860.

J OR T COWELL: UL 14/3/1860.

C. COWLEY: UL 14/3/1860.

WM. COWLEY: UL 7/3/1860.

R. COYNE: UL 12/3/1860.

COX: Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 18/7/1860).

MRS COX: Charged by Mr Dean. Lamplough Police Court. (BS 22/10/1860.)

C. COX: U.L. 9/4/1860.

FRANCES COX: Maiden name. See birth of F.M. Cooney.

HENRY COX: UL 21/3/1860.

WM COX: SL 18/2/1861.

GEO. & ANN COXHEAD: Baptism (3). C of E. Wheelwright. lamplough. 3/2/1860. Register.


JOHN CRAIGIE: GLH. UL 21/3/1860.


P. CRAM: U.L. 9/4/1860.

H. CRATNELL: UL 7/3/1860.

VEN. ARCHDEACON ARCHIBALD CRAWFORD: To be appointed Archdeacon. (Age 15/12/1859.) New Archdeaconry of Castlemaine. Crawford “collated” to it. (C of E Rec. Jan. 1860). Appeal re support for Church at Mackinnons. Dated 26/3/1861. (C of E Rec. 1/4/1861 and Ch.T. 6/4/1861). Dublin man. Graduated Trinity College. In charge 1859-1884. C’Castlemaine, A Golden Harvest”, p 33.)

R. CRAWFORD: UL 15/2/1860, 7/3/1860 (2).

MR CREAD’S STORE: Deep Lead diggings approach it. (MADA 4/6/1860).

J. CREAMER: UL 14/3/1860.

J. CREAMORE: UL 15/2/1860.

EUGENE CREED: Business licence case. Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 18/7/1860).

JAMES CREMOR: UL 7/3/1860.

PHILIP CHAMPION DE CRESPIGNY: Pounds 750 p.a. lst appointed
18/11/1852. Born France. (V&P Leg. C. 1858~59. A2.) Frequent references in REJ diary. (REJ). Epileptic fit. (REJ 10/7/1860.) “Poor Crespigny is fairly crippled with sciatica.” (REJ 13/10/1860.) VBI: M.D.N. 15/12/1849. Married 18/7/1849 at Paris to sister of Captain H.E.P. Dana.

MR CREVEN: UL 15/2/1860.

JNO CRICH M: SL, 16/6/1860.

JOHN & MARIA CRICK: Hay and Corn Dealer. Baptism. Lamplough. C of E. 2/6/1860.

LAMPLOUGH CRICKET CLUB: [Cricket match Amphitheatre and Mountain Hut v Avoca (MADA 2/12/1859. )l First match against Old Daisy Hill Club. 16/3. (BS 19/3/1860). Match against Amherst. Wise’s Paddock. (MADA 14/3/1860. 19/3/1860). Miners v. Storekeepers. Wise’s Paddock. (MADA 16/4/1860).

HENRY CRICKNELL: Birth of daughter EMILY Lamplough 1860. (No 21187 BDM).

JOHN CROAD: Gold buyer (?) (MADA 7/11/1859). Storekeeper. Lamplough. Son born. (MADA 2/3/1860). JOHN ALFRED R. CROAD: Son JOHN A. born Lamplough 1860. (No 10903 BDM). Store. Redbank. Lost Horse advert. (“The Pioneer”. 16/2/1861.) Mr Croad’s store at Hind’s. (MAA 15/3/1861). Storekeeper, Hind’s Diggings. Daughter born. (MADA 10/7/1861). Insolvent. Miner and publican Warermang. Description of house to be sold. (AM 5/1/1875.) Parent of John Alfred and Isabella Marion. Landsborough school. (ADHS).

WM CROCKER: SL 19/3/1860.

WILLIAM CROCKER: Miner. Avoca. 1856. (ER).

ANNE CROCKETT: Maiden name. See birth of Mary Harris.

CHAS. CROFT: U.L. 4/4/1860.


J.W. CROKER: U.L. 18/4/1860.

THOS S. CROKER: UL 28/3/1860, 4/4/1860. SL 21/4/1860. T.S. CROCKER: UL 15/2/1860.

W. CROLEY: UL 15/2/1860.

C.J. CROLY: UL 7/3/1860.

MR CROMBIE: Manager, National Bank, Lamplough. (MADA 30/12/1859). “… of the National Bank”. (MADA 16/1/1860).

MRS MARY CROME: UL 21/3/1860.

EMMA CROMPTON: Maiden name. See birth of Alfred Fish.

CROOK: Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 30/7/1860).

B.H. CROOK: UL 15/2/1860, 7/3/1860, 14/3/1860, 21/3/1860, 9/4/1860.

H. CROOK: UL 14/3/1860.

HENRY CROOK: Horse stolen from Bradshaw’s Paddock on 12 August. (VPG 30/8/1860).

CROOKENDALE: Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 11/4,11/5/1860).

HENRY CROOKS: Slaughterman, Lamplough. Witness Falkner case. Lamplough Police Court. (NWC 6/12/1860.)

JOHN CROPPER: UL 15/2/1860.

CROSS: Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 14/5,6/6/1860).

CROSS CHILDREN: School petition 5/2/1873.

C. CROSS: UL 15/2/1860.

CHARLES J. CROSS: U.L. 4/4/1860.

EMMA CROSS: UL 21/3/1860.



W. CROSS: UL 15/2/1860, 7/3/1860.

CROSSLEY BROS: Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 15/6/1860).

J. CROWE: U.L. 9/4/1860.

CROWLEY: Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 16/5/1860).

DENNIS CROWLEY: Son JAMES born Lamplough 1860. (No 15695 BM .

S. CRUMP: UL 15/2/1860.

R. CRUMPS: UL 7/3/1860.

MR CULIFANE: UL 14/3/1860.


W. CULVER: U.L. 4/4/1860.

MR CUMMING: “A most intelligent mechanic”. Went to N.Z. and returned. (MADA 5/2/1862). His observations on N.Z. (MADA 19/2/1862).

G. CUMMINS: 1863 landholder.

JAMES CUMMINS: Property stolen. (VPG 26/1/1860.)

JANE CUMMINS: Maiden name. See birth of Emily Cricknell.

JOHN CUMMINS: GLH (Lamplough). Signed police request petition 21/5/1866. Bootmaker. Resident Lamplough. (1869 PO Dir.)

ROBT CUNNICK: SL 29/4/1861.

GEORGE CUNNINGHAM: Discharged of damaging Burton’s Circus. Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 10/2/1860). UL 14/3/1860, 21/3/1860. U.L. 18/4/1860.


STEPHEN CURAY: SL 17/11/1860.

A. CURLE: UL 14/3/1860.

F. CURLE: UL 7/3/1860.

JOHN CURLE: Charged with robbing Detective (0′)Rourke. Committed for trial. Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 6/2/1860. Repeated in MH 9/2/1860.) Attempted to rob Det. Rourke. (VPG 9/2/1860.)

JAMES CURNICK: U.L. 9/4/1860.

E.A. CURREN: UL 28/3/1860.

DANIEL CURRMY: Tent burnt down. Commercial street. (MADA 12/11/1860). Tent burnt on 10 November. (VPG 22/11/1860.) Lives in a tent near the Theatre Royal (NWC 15/11/1860.) Hairdresser. Witness Bullock-Acres case. (NWC 13/12/1860.)

CURRIE: Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 15/6, 20/7/1860).

MRS CURRIE: Mentioned. Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 29/8/1860).

P. CURRIE: UL 14/3/1860.

PAT CURRIE: UL 28/3/1860, 9/4/1860.

PHILIP CURRY: SL 18/3/1861.

R. CURRY: UL 1512/1860.

W. CURRY: UL 7/3/1860.


CHARLES CURTIS: GLH. Miner, Lamplough, 1908. (ER).



MARY ANN CURTIS: GLH. H.D. Lamplough. 1908. (ER).

ROBERT CURTIS: GLH. Miner. Resident Lamplough. (1884/85 VIC Dir.) R. CURTIS: Landholder, Lamplough, 26/4/1893. Miner. Lamplough. 1908. (ER).

W. CURTIS: UL 14/3/1860.



MR CUSACK: Lamplough Cricket Club. (MADA 19/3,26/3/1860).

J. CUSACK: UL 7/3/1860, 9/4/1860.

MICHAEL CUSACK: Dairyman. Amphitheatre. Horse lost. (VPG 22/11/1860.)

W.H. CUTLER: 21/3/1860.

LEWIS CUTTA: UL 21/3/1860.