MS 2001
Guide to the Papers of Andrew Garran
and Sir Robert Garran



Summary

Creator: Garran, Andrew, 1825-1901, and Garran, Robert, Sir, 1867-1957
Title:     Papers of Andrew Garran and Sir Robert Garran
Date range:   1865-1957
Reference number:  MS 2001
Extent: 4.05 m (19 boxes + 4 folio boxes)

Administrative Information

Access

Available for reference.

Provenance

The bulk of the Garran Papers were obtained shortly before and immediately after Sir Robert Garran’s death in 1957, from Garran’s son, John Garran.  Further papers were located in 1968 in the possession of another son, Richard Garran.


Scope and Content

The collection comprises diaries, notebooks, correspondence, opinion books, newspaper cuttings, notes, photographs and printed material.

The diaries and other papers of Andrew Garran were used by Sir Robert in his autobiography, Prosper the Commonwealth, which he completed just before his death.

Sir Robert Garran’s papers relate to the Federation movement, the drafting and development of the Australian Constitution, the work of the Attorney-General’s Department, the 1919 and 1929 Imperial Conferences, the League of Nations, the 1919 Paris Peace Conference and the 1932 Indian Military Defence Tribunal.  There are also papers documenting Garran’s various interests and activities, such as the Rotary Foundation, together with family correspondence and papers.

Organisation

The papers of Andrew Garran are featured in Series 1, 2 and 19, while the remainder of the collection largely concerns Sir Robert Garran’s life and career, together with some family papers.

Related Material

Further papers of Sir Robert Garran are held at MS 400, MS 471, MS 616, MS 2102 and MS 3666.  Papers relating to the Federal Convention, 1891-1898 (MS 2001/8/268) are also available on microfilm, at mfm G24757-G24758.


Biographical Note

Andrew Garran

A journalist and politician, Garran was born in London in 1825.  He left for Australia in 1850, and in 1856 became assistant editor of the Sydney Morning Herald.  Between 1873 and 1885 he was the paper’s editor, but in 1885 resigned because of ill health.  Garran was nominated to the New South Wales Legislative Council in 1887, and in 1892 was appointed president of the Council of Arbitration.  In 1894 he returned to the Legislative Council, until his retirement in 1898.  Garran remained Sydney correspondent for The Times (London) until his death in 1901.  Sir Robert Garran was Andrew Garran’s only son.

Sir Robert Randolph Garran

Born in Sydney in 1867, Garran studied law at Sydney University and was called to the New South Wales Bar in 1890.  Taking an active role in the campaign for federation, he published The Coming Commonwealth in 1897 and collaborated with Sir John Quick in producing The Annotated Constitution of the Australian Commonwealth in 1901.  At this time he was made secretary to the Federal Attorney-General and Parliamentary Draftsman.  From 1916 to 1932 he was also the Solicitor General to the Commonwealth.  Garran accompanied W. M. Hughes to the Peace Conference of 1918-1919 and S.M. Bruce to the Imperial Conference of 1923.  After his retirement from office in 1932, he headed a tribunal established in England to determine the United Kingdom’s relative expenditure on the defence of India.  Garran also played an important role in the Rotary International movement, and was Chancellor of the Diocese of Goulburn from 1939 to 1947.  He was knighted in 1917, and died in January 1957.

See also:

Garran, Sir Robert.  Prosper the Commonwealth.  Sydney, Angus and Robertson, 1958.


Series List

Series          Title

1.      Diaries of Andrew Garran

2.      Notebooks and press clippings of Andrew Garran

3.      Diaries of Sir Robert Garran and family

4.      Press clippings

5.      General correspondence

6.      Speeches and essays

7.      Federation and campaign

8.      Constitution

9.      Attorney General’s Department, 1901-1932

10.    South African Constitution

11.    Peace Conference and League of Nations

12.    Transfer of residence to Canberra

13.    Imperial conferences 1919, 1929

14.    Indian Military Defence Tribunal, 1932-1933

15.    Activities after retirement

16.    Rotary

17.    Legal adviser after 1932

18.    Death

19.    General


Series Description

Series 1     Diaries of Andrew Garran

This series comprises typescript copies of Andrew Garran’s diaries between 1860 and 1901, together with original diaries from the 1870 to 1901, with the exception of 1877 and January-July 1896.  The diaries provide biographical information on Andrew Garran and his wife, and were used by their son, Sir Robert Garran, as research for his autobiography Prosper the Commonwealth (1958). 

Items 1-164

Series 2      Notebooks and press clippings of Andrew Garran  

This series features a number of notebooks with articles by Andrew Garran on diverse subjects, such as literature, economics, religion, philosophy and law.  Garran’s LL.D. thesis of 1870 is also present, as are newspaper cuttings of his own editorials, and some early articles by his son, Sir Robert Garran.  There are also cuttings of obituaries following Garran’s death.

Items 1-50

Series 3      Diaries of Sir Robert Garran and family    

The diaries of Sir Robert Garran date intermittently from 1880 till 1910, and thereafter regularly until 1951.  The series also includes diaries of Garran’s sister, Mary Ishane Garran, together with an account of a trip made in 1890 by another sister, Mary Eppes Garran.

Items 1058

Series 4      Press clippings

This series comprises three books of press clippings, not individually sorted, relating to miscellaneous general subjects.

Series 5      General correspondence     

The correspondence relates to a large number of topics, and begins with typed copies of letters between Sir Robert Garran’s great grandmother, Elizabeth Sabine, and her family.  There are letters relating to Garran’s contribution to the Cambridge History of the British Empire, his retirement, the memorial to Sir John Monash, the League of Nations Union and the Australian Book Society.  The series includes letters from Garran to his family, many written during his trips overseas.

Items 1-178

Series 6      Speeches and essays

In chronological order, these speeches and essays deal with miscellaneous subjects of interest to Sir Robert Garran.  Most of the items are by Garran, although some are written by other individuals, such as Sir Robert Menzies.  The series also features a book of Garran’s own poetry.

Items 1-101

Series 7      Federation and campaign

This series contains papers relating to federation, including notes made by Sir Robert Garran, August-September 1898, together with speeches by Garran, three books and one folder of press cuttings relating to the campaign.

Items 1-364

Series 8      Constitution

This series concerns Sir Robert Garran’s involvement with the development of the Australian Constitution.  There are proposed amendments, the draft bill, speeches by Garran and a review of Garran’s Annotated Constitution, together with a bound volume of papers (Item 268) from the Federal Convention, 1891, 1897-1898. Please note: Item 268 has been microfilmed and should be used in preference to the original. The microfilm reels are located in the Newspaper Reading Room (mfm G24 757-8).

Items 1-268

Series 9      Attorney-General’s Department, 1901-1932

This series contains correspondence and general papers relating to Sir Robert Garran’s involvement with the Attorney-General’s Department.  The correspondence relates to such issues as land tax, the Victorian Committee of Council and item 174 of the Customs Tariff.  Other papers relate to instructions for the Governor General, the governance of Norfolk Island, the enacting words in acts of Parliament and schemes for limiting the number of Members of Parliament.  The series also features four volumes of observations, generally concerning the development of the Constitution.

Items 1-922

Series 10      South African Constitution

The series contains correspondence, parliamentary papers and press cuttings relating to the constitution of the South African Union, and the effect of the Australian precedent on its development.  An edition of Sir Robert Garran’s book on the Australian Commonwealth was printed in South Africa because of this, and correspondence concerning the work is included among these papers.

Items 1-56

Series 11      Peace Conference and the League of Nations

This series contains memoranda, reports and correspondence dealing with Sir Robert Garran’s trip with W. M. Hughes to the 1919 Paris Peace Conference, together with papers relating to the 1925 and 1930 meetings of the League of Nations.  There series includes reports on the tariff arrangements between France and Australia following the War, advice from Professor A. H. Charteris on the mandated territories of the League of Nations, and the report of the Australian delegation at the 11th Assembly of the League of Nations.

Items 1-65

Series 12      Transfer of residence to Canberra

This series deals with the transfer of the Attorney-General’s Department to Canberra, and plans for Sir Robert Garran’s subsequent move to Canberra, including the design and construction of his Canberra residence.

Items 1-226

Series 13      Imperial Conferences 1919, 1929

This series contains notes and memoranda relating to the dominions and their status, the prospects of Imperial Conferences, and a report of the 1929 Imperial Conference on dominion status and merchant shipping regulations.

Items 1-22

Series 14      Indian Military Defence Tribunal, 1932-1933

This series includes correspondence concerning the affairs of the Tribunal, its composition and operation, reports issued by the Tribunal and Garran’s notes on these, together with press cuttings about the proceedings and arrangements for Garran’s trip.

Items 1-78

Series 15      Activities after retirement

Sir Robert Garran’s personal interests are documented in this series, which includes correspondence, speeches, writings and press cuttings relating to the Canberra University College and Australian National University, 1929-1953, Anzac Day pageants, 1939-1953, Garran’s role as Chancellor of the Diocese of Goulburn, 1940-1950, his trusteeship of the Gowrie Scholarship Trust Fund, 1944-1946, and his trusteeship of the Canberra Grammar School, 1946-1956.

Items 1-279

Series 16      Rotary

This series features general correspondence concerning local Rotary clubs and the activities of Rotary in Australia.  There are also papers dealing with Sir Robert Garran’s trip to America, including speeches, pamphlets and press cuttings.

Items 1-291

Series 17      Legal advisor after 1932

This series consists chiefly of correspondence between Sir Robert Garran and the Vestey group in connection with meat and shipping interests in Australia, including related newspaper clippings and research material.  There are also opinions regarding various legal cases and matters, written by Garran after his retirement.

Items 1-265

Series 18      Death

This series comprises correspondence and papers relating to Sir Robert Garran’s death, including copies of the funeral service.  The letters of condolence date from January to March 1957, and are arranged chronologically and alphabetically.

Items 1-259

Series 19      General

This series contains documents concerning Sir Robert Garran’s four sons, together with photographs, sheet music, Garran’s passport and other personal effects.  Further family papers, correspondence, photographs and other items were added to this series in 1982, including a notebook of Andrew Garran’s sermons, 1842-1864, and a manuscript draft of a play by Mary Isham Garran entitled ‘Who is who?’.

Items 1-123


Name Index to Correspondence

All correspondence in the collection has been indexed.   Underlined numbers denote authorship, while non-underlined numbers indicate receipt of a letter.  The number preceding the solidus (/) refers to the series, while numbers after the solidus indicate the item, e.g. 18/210 is Series 18, Item 210.

ADAMSON, Jean M.      18/183

AHERN, Harold D.      18/15

ALEXANDER, Katherine L.      18/189

ALSOP, Rodney H.      12/9, 12/21, 12/22-23, 12/27, 12/29, 12/38, 12/40, 12/54, 12/73, 12/76, 12/77, 12/84, 12/85,  12/103, 12/105, 12/117

ANDERSON, Beryl      18/140

ANZAC Fellowship of Women      18/104

ARCHER, Tilley      18/119

ARLEN, Nancy      18/53

ASHTON, Geoffrey      18/177

BAILEY, Sir Kenneth      15/212, 17/206-207, 17/211-219, 18/16

BAIRD, Leigh H.      18/54, 18/206

BAKER, Sir Richard      10/26-27

BATTY, Francis de Witt, Bishop      15/140-41, 15/142

BAVIN, Sir Thomas     5/12-14a, 5/14b-14f

BEAN, C. E. W.      5/74, 5/77, 5/78-80, 5/81, 5/82

BEE, Edgar     18/3

BEHAN, J. C. V.     18/184

BENIANS, E. A.     5/30-33, 5/34, 5/35, 5/36

BENNET, S.     18/56

BENNETT, J.     16/51

BINGLE, L.     12/13

BLACKERT, Harold     18/55

BLACKMAN, Gordon     18/17

BLAKE, and RIGGALL, Solicitors      17/3, 17/24, 17/44, 17/60, 17/72, 17/91,17/102-03, 17/116, 17/118, 17/125, 17/167-68, 17/230, 17/231

BLANCH, George     19/20

BLAND, F. A.     18/105

BODY, A. H.     18/190

BOOTH, Mary      15/44, 15/46, 15/51, 15/52, 15/53, 15/54, 15/59, 15/64

BOOTH Family     18/18

BOWATER, E. J.  17/7-8, 17/9, 17/23, 17/25, 17/26,17/27-28, 17/29, 17/40, 17/41-43, 17/45-47, 17/48, 17/49, 17/50-51, 17/52, 17/53, 17/54-59, 17/61, 17/62,  17/63, 17/64, 17/65, 17/66-67, 17/68, 17/69,  17/70-71, 17/73, 17/74, 17/75-76, 17/77, 17/78-79, 17/80, 17/81, 17/82-83, 17/84, 17/85, 17/86-87, 17/89-90, 17/92-93, 17/95, 17/96,  17/97, 17/98-99, 17/101, 17/104, 17/105, 17/108, 17/109-10, 17/111-12, 17/113, 17/114, 17/115, 17/117, 17/119, 17/120-21, 17/123-24,  17/126-27, 17/128, 17/129-30, 17/131-32, 17/133, 17/138, 17/146-47, 17/152-53,  17/154-55, 17/156, 17/157-58, 17/159, 17/160, 17/161-62, 17/163, 17/164, 17/165, 17/166,  17/169, 17/170, 17/171, 17/172, 17/178,  17/179-80, 17/181-82, 17/183-84, 17/185,  17/192, 17/199, 17/202, 17/203, 17/204

BOYER, Sir Richard      16/36, 16/37, 16/38, 16/39-40, 16/42

BRACEGIRDLE, Sir Leighton,  Rear Admiral      8/225, 15/228, 18/247

BRAMWELL SMITH, A.       12/107, 12/111

BRAND, R. H.       10/24-25, 10/30-32, 10/36, 10/37-44, 10/45-46

BROWN, Sir Harry P.      5/62

BROWNE, Roland       5/55-56

BUDDLE, Lesley William     17/195

BUNDOCK, Alison     18/19

BURCHELL, Charles J.     16/46, 16/47

BURGESS, Laurie     18/172

BURTON, Herbert, Prof.     18/106

BURTON, John W., Dr     18/20

BUTTERS, Sir John     5/25-26, 5/27, 5/28, 5/29, 12/24, 12/28

CALTHORPE, D. E.     18/207

CALVERT, Elizabeth     18/121

CALWELL, Arthur        18/107

CAMERON, Robert      18/20

CAMPBELL, David       18/205

CAMPBELL, George B.      18/208

CAMPBELL, Robert       18/108

CAMPBELL-SMITH, Clare      5/174-75, 18/173

CASBOULTE, T. R.     12/51, 12/53, 12/62, 12/67, 12/68, 12/86, 12/88, 12/104, 12/112, 12/139, 12/69

CASTIEAU, Gilbert      5/55-56, 12/16, 12/20

CASTLE, Gordon H.    9/11-12, 9/13-14

CECIL, Lord Robert    11/13

CHAMBERLAIN, Joseph    9/52-54

CHAMPION, P. H.      15/261, 15/262

CHARTERIS, A. H., Prof.     11/32-34, 11/35-36

CHEEL, J.      18/209

CHENNELS, A. J.   12/3-4

CHRISTIE, L. C.     11/1-12

CLARK, Hedley C.    18/166

CLARKE, M. L.      5/83-84

CLEMENTS, F. W.     5/94

CLEMENTS, K. J., Bishop     15/159, 15/173-175, 15/189-190

COAKLEY, W. E.    16/63-65

COHEN and Son, Insurance Brokers     14/13-14

COLE, W. C.     16/53

COLLINS, James R.    9/26, 9/151

COLLISON and Company,  Patent and Trade Mark Attorneys    17/193-94, 17/196-97

COOPER, Sir Walter Jackson      18/109

COX, Harold      18/122

CRAWFORD, Margaret       18/178

CREASE, G. A.      12/118

CRESWELL, E.      18/22

CRESWELL, P. B.  18/21

CUMPSTON, J. H. L.    5/95, 9/16-17, 9/25

CURETON, P.     15/229, 15/230

CURLEY, Charles      18/210

CURREY, C. H.     18/188

CURTIS, L.     10/1, 10/2, 10/3-4, 10/28-29

DALEY, C. S.      12/31, 12/32, 12/47, 12/50, 12/74, 12/90, 12/99, 12/149, 12/164, 12/166, 18/167

DANIELL, H.    15/47-50

DAVIDSON, James W., Prof.      16/34-35

DAVIES, John       18/110

DAVIES and COLLISON, Patent Attorneys       17/232, 17/233-235, 17/236, 17/237-238

DAWKINS, Fred B.      5/72, 5/73

DEANE, H. C.      18/123

DEANE, P. E.         9/15-17, 9/27, 12/167

De BÉRIGUY, Reginald     18/211

DELPRATT, Louis      18/124

De MEDICE, Roy       18/212

DENT, Stella     18/23

De SALIS, Heather     18/194

De SALIS, Jane          18/213

De SALIS, W.            18/125

DICKSON, B. T.       5/37, 18/126

DICKSON, (?)          18/24

DOBSON, Ruth         18/168

DOYLE, Ralph R.      16/48

DRUMMOND, D.     18/185-86

DUCKWORTH-BARKER, V.     6/61

DUFFIELD, Doris T.    6/65

DUFFIELD, Joan         18/25

DUNCAN, A. Constance     5/153

DUNN, Richard       18/214

DYETT, G. J. C.      5/71

EDGELL, H. C.       18/215

EDWARD, Elizabeth     18/155, 18/217

EDWARDS, A. W.       12/113, 12/165

EDWARDS, W. J., Rev.    18/1

ELLWOOD, R.    18/216

EPPES, W. R.      5/11

ERNST, Loli        5/168-69, 5/170

EWENS, John     18/26,18/57

EWING, Robert     5/85, 18/58

FAIRHALL, Allen     18/111

FANSTONE, Herbert     18/59

FEIGHNER, Howard H.   16/72

FINLAY, A. G.     18/218

FITZSIMMONS, P.    17/85

FOLL, H. S.     5/91, 5/93

FORSTER, Carl    18/112

FRANCIS, Grosvenor    18/113

FRANKEL, O. H.   18/147

FRASER, Allan       18/154

FRASER, James     18/27

FREDERIKSEN, G.     18/60

FROHLICH, E.    18/127-28

FROST, Cecil       18/28

GALLOWAY, M.    18/5

GAMBLE, J. F.      17/100

GARNETT, W.      14/7, 14/10

GARNSEY, D. A., Canon    15/259-60, 15/261

GARRAN, Andrew   5/131-34, 18/184

GARRAN, John      5/138-39, 5/142-46, 5/147, 18/1-4, 18/6-133, 18/135-83, 18/185-97, 18/198-99, 18/201-05

GARRAN, Peter     5/135-36, 5/137, 5/176-77, 5/178, 18/198, 18/234

GARRAN, Richard      18/200

GARRAN, Sir Robert       5/12-14f, 5/25-26, 5/29, 5/34, 5/35, 5/78-80,  5/82, 5/88-89, 5/91, 5/92, 5/96, 5/125-26, 5/160,   5/161-63, 5/170, 5/171-72, 5/173, 9/1-3, 9/8-9, 9/13-14, 9/15-17, 9/18-24, 9/31-32, 10/26-27, 10/28-29, 10/34-35, 10/36, 10/37-44, 11/35-36,  12/2, 12/14, 12/15, 12/24, 12/25, 12/30, 12/39, 12/50, 12/51, 12/56, 12/57, 12/58, 12/59, 12/63-64, 12/65-66, 12/67, 12/68, 12/71, 12/80,  12/86, 12/87, 12/89, 12/91, 12/92, 12/94, 12/95-98, 14/21, 15/66, 15/127, 15/131-39, 15/142, 15/179, 15/188, 15/189-90, 15/212,  15/221-24, 15/227, 15/256, 15/257-58,  15/261-62, 16/7, 16/8, 16/9-10, 16/17-18, 16/20,   16/22, 16/23, 16/32, 16/41, 17/10, 17/11, 17/27-28, 17/39, 17/41-43, 17/50-51, 17/54-59, 17/65, 17/67, 17/70-71, 17/77, 17/80, 17/92-93, 17/97, 17/98-99, 17/102-03, 17/106, 17/108, 17/111-113, 17/117, 17/119, 17/123-24, 17/129-30, 17/133, 17/134, 17/139-40, 17/141-47, 17/149-50, 17/156, 17/157-58, 17/161-62, 17/165, 17/169, 17/172, 17/179-180,   17/183-84, 17/196-97, 17/221, 17/231, 17/237-38, 19/111

GARRAN, Wyn     8/5, 18/11, 18/134

GARSIA, Rupert    15/255

GARSIA, Thea       18/61

GIBSON, J.           18/62

GILCHRIST, A. D.    18/219

GLENNIL, Jean         18/171

GLOUCESTER, Henry William, Duke of       15/221-224

GOODE, A. R.     5/24

GOODING, Alfred       12/119-20, 12/122-23, 12/124, 12/129

GOODING, Alfred       12/83

GOODWIN, J.       18/129

GORMAN, J. C.    18/142

GRAY, H. J.           18/63

GREENISH, (?)      18/114

GWYER, Sir Maurice     9/22b, 9/33c, 14/27

HAGER, George C.    16/6

HANKINSON, Walter C.    14/2-3, 14/6-7

HARDING, Sir Edward    14/4, 14/21, 14/22-24

HARGRAVE, Frank    18/220

HARRIOTT, C. W.     9/4-7, 9/8-9

HARRIS, Paul P.         16/73

HARRISON, Hector, Rev.     18/64

HAWKINS, Michael, Major   15/225

HEALEY, C. O.    18/192

HELNINCH, D.    18/143

HIGGINS, J. M.    9/10

HODGKIN, David    18/65

HOHNEN, R. A.      18/200

HOLLAND, H.        17/173, 17/205, 17/220, 17/221

HOPPER, J. Allen    5/55-56

HORLER, K. M.     16/19

HUGHES, W. M.    13/1-6

HUME, Ernest         16/23, 16/24, 16/25

HYLES, Geoffrey    18/175

INALL, Neil            18/158

INGLIS MOORE, T.    18/159

INNES, H. S.    18/221

JEFFERSON, Roy    16/61

JEFFERY, (?)           18/29

JOHNSON, J. N.     18/222

JOHNSON, R. M.   15/170-172, 15/176-177, 15/178, 15/179, 15/185, 15/187

JONES, C. H., Lt Colonel     15/55

JONES, Harold       18/30

JOYCE, C. W.        15/65, 15/66, 15/68

KEATING, John D.      9/1-3, 18/97

KELLY, Caroline          15/58

KINSMAN, A. D.        18/174

KNOWLES, Sir George S.      5/57, 5/58, 5/59-60, 12/49, 17/200

KRAUSE, Friedrich      5/150, 5/151

KRIPPNER, Ivo A.      18/187

KRONIDIEFF, A.       18/223

LAMINGTON, Charles Wallace, 2nd Baron       9/52-54

LANCASTER, W. V.     12/153

LATHAM, Sir John     5/59-60, 9/31-32, 14/1, 15/220, 15/232

LEA, Joseph A.      18/224

LINDSAY, Michael       18/66

LOHAN, V. C.      17/106

LONG, Gavin        18/98

LOOF, Rupert       18/31

LOUGHREY, W. H.      5/55-56

LOWE, Thomas             18/225

LYONS, Joseph A.        5/88-89, 5/90, 5/92

LYONS, L.                    18/67-68

McAULIFFE, Marcus    18/33

McDONALD, Garnott   18/226

MacDONALD, James Ramsay     14/11-12, 14/25

McFARLAND, Una     18/144

McGOVERN, P. S.      15/256

McINTOSH, Kenneth  18/110, 18/145

McKENNA, N. E.        18/157

MacKENZIE, Seaforth     5/55-56

McKILLOP, David          15/186, 15/188, 18/92

McLAREN, J. G.      9/16-17, 9/18-24, 9/28, 12/48

McLEAN, Alick        16/58, 16/59

MacLEAN, Tim        18/69

McLEAY, J.           18/34

McLUCKIE, M.     16/7

McLUCKIE, W. K.      16/17-18

McMILLAN, John        18/6

McMULLIN, Sir Alistair     18/35

MAIR, R. J.       18/115

MARKS, Jeanette     18/70

MARTIN, F.    16/8, 16/9-10, 16/20, 16/21, 16/22

MEHAFFEY, M. W.   18/36

MEIKLEHEM, E. A.     5/21-23

MENZIES, Sir Robert      18/198

MERRELL, W.     5/55-56

METCALFE, (?)    18/37

MILLER, C. H., General     15/227

MILLER, Karl      16/71

MOLLISON, Margaret      18/199

MONAHAN, Eileen           18/227

MOORE, Edward       18/150

MOORE, Milton         18/71

MORAN, A.              16/60

MORRICE, Miriam    18/130

MOVERLEY, Winifred      18/99

MOWELL, Howard W. K., Archbishop      15/128-30, 15/131-139

MULVANY, E. J.      5/64

MURDOCH, Sir Keith     16/43

MURPHY, G. P.   18/165

MYLNE, J.           18/7

NADEL, E.           18/131

NIMMO, Colin     18/72

NORDEN, A. E.   12/19

NOTT, Doris         18/203

NOTT, L.              17/67

NUROCK, M.      18/152

OAKLEY, R. McK.      9/29

OBERG, O. D. A.         18/132

O’CALLAGHAN, J.     12/52, 12/72, 12/100-02

O’HANLON, Gerald D.   18/228

OHLFSEN, Dora             5/38-39, 5/40-42, 5/43, 5/44-46, 5/47-52, 5/53, 5/54

OLDHAM, John         18/73

OLIPHANT, K.         18/74

OLIVER, Sheila         18/180

OLSON, C. L.          16/74

O’MEARA, W. P. J.      16/46

OPPERMAN, Sir Hubert Ferdinard     18/116

OSBORNE, W. A.     5/20

O’SULLIVAN, Sir Neil    18/93, 18/133

OWEN, T. M.     18/195

PAGE, Sir Earle G.    18/38

PARK, Cedric    15/226

PATTERSON, George R. B.    18/179

PEARSE, E.     18/141

PEISLEY, Keith       18/134

PERRY, Chesley R.  16/3-5, 16/41

PHILLIPS, Arthur    18/8

PHILLIPS, Sir Frederick B.   18/9-10

PHIPPARD, S.   18/40

POTTER, A. O.  16/26-29, 16/30-31, 16/32, 16/44-45

POWELL, A. A.    18/41

POWER, Christopher   18/100

PRESTON-STANLEY, H.    18/204

PRYOR, Wilma    18/75

PURNELL, D. M.   18/161

PURNELL, M.        18/146

PYKE, P. L. D.       12/35, 12/82, 12/106, 12/109

QUIBELL, A. G.     12/83, 12/124

RADCLIFFE, Louis   18/176

REID, Sir George    10/24-25, 10/33, 10/34-35

RENFREE, Harold      18/42

REYNOLDS, John       5/99-100, 5/101, 5/102, 5/103-13, 5/114-19,  5/120-24, 5/125-26, 5/127-28

RIVETT, Sir David     18/33, 18/43

ROBERTSON, Charles S., Archdeacon     18/117

ROBERTSON, O.      18/160

ROBINSON, C. H. P.     5/63

ROMANS, George H.     18/137

ROSEWAY, George       14/26, 14/28, 14/29

ROWSE, W. N.       12/108, 12/115, 12/116, 12/126, 12/136, 12/141, 12/142, 12/143, 12/144, 12/145, 12/151

RYRIE, Max     18/101, 18/240

SABINE, Adelaide    5/2, 5/3, 5/6, 5/9-10, 5/11

SABINE, Charles      5/5

SABINE, Elizabeth    5/2, 5/3, 5/4, 5/6, 5/7

SABINE, J.     18/76

SABINE, Jessie    18/44

SABINE, John      5/3, 5/5, 5/7, 5/9-10

SADLER, I.          17/107

SAUNDERS, K.   17/148, 17/149-50, 17/151

SAYCE, Conrad H.   12/36, 12/37, 12/75, 12/78, 12/81

SCHOCKEN, Salman    5/148-49

SCHOLTENS, J. H.       18/151, 18/235

SCHWINGHAMMER, F.   18/45

SCOTT, J.   18/170

SCOTT-FINDLAY, Eleamer   18/11

SELVA, Gwen    5/97-98

SHARWOOD, W. H.   12/70, 12/79

SIDES, F. C.  18/102

SIM, Duncan R.   16/1-2

SMITH, Alice      18/229

SMITH, Nelson   18/46

SMITH, Roy S.    12/115, 12/121, 12/125, 12/130-31, 12/132-33, 12/137-38, 12/140, 12/148, 12/150, 12/152

STARLING, Harold     18/77

STEPHEN, J. W. F.     5/15-19

STEVENS, Sir Bertram S. B.    17/139-140

STEPHENSON, H.    18/136

STEWART, Douglas   18/137

STEWART, Galloway    18/4

STEWART, Murray M.    5/55-56

STOW, E. B.     5/8, 5/9

STOW, Linda    18/47

STOW, Thomas Q.   5/9

STRUTT, W.    18/12

STUART-LAYNER, Pierre   5/129-30, 18/2

STURTEVANT, H. L.    18/118

SULAIMAN, Sir Mohammed      14/8-9, 14/15-16, 14/18-20

SUZUKI, T.     18/78

TANNER, B.   18/48

TAUSSIG, John     18/79

TEMBY, H. S.        5/171-72

THORNTON, L.    18/230

THORNTON, Silvia M.    18/80-81

TICKELL, J. E.    5/164-67

TIPPETTS, D. J. C.   18/193

TODD, Murray     18/49

TOMHOLT, Sydney    18/191

TREGEAR, Allan       18/162

TRELOAR, J. L.   5/76, 15/57

TRIGGS, A.   18/231

TRUMBLE, T.     9/30

TURNBULL, F. F.    14/17

TURNBULL, John    17/1, 17/2

TWYNAM, J.    18/182, 18/247

ULTHER, F. B.   18/232

UNION Royal Mail Line    14/69-75

VEAL, Mildred B.   15/60-62, 15/63

VOORWINDEN, M.   18/148

WALKONI, Margaret     6/12

WALLACH, B.   5/65

WARDLE, B.      18/81

WARDLE, Pat    18/84

WARDLE, Robert     18/82-83

WARRICK, W. M.   12/25, 12/26, 12/56

WATERMAN, E. W.   18/85

WATERMAN, H. R.    12/17

WATSON, Nancy        18/13-14

WATTS, William          18/139

WESTHOVEN, J. C.   5/58

WHENY, Neal M.       16/66, 16/69

WHISKARD, Sir Geoffrey     17/143

WHITE, Sir Harold     1/1, 15/56

WHITE, V. W.    15/45

WHITEHEAD, J.   18/86

WHITLAM, F.   18/87

WHYTE, W. Farmer   18/103

WILKIE, Dudley J.     18/138

WILLIAMS, Cecil      18/50

WILLIAMS, Roy       18/164

WILLIAMS, Russell V.   16/49-50, 16/52, 16/62, 16/67, 16/68, 16/69, 16/70, 16/71, 16/75

WILLIAMSON, B.    18/51

WILLIS, Dorothy       18/196

WILSON, Michael     18/94

WILSON, Sir Roland     5/154-55

WILSON, T.     18/52

WOOD, D.       18/149

WOODGER, T. S.   12/6, 18/88

WOODGER, W. G.  12/1, 12/2, 12/5, 12/7-8, 12/11

WOODRUFF, Harold A.  5/156-57, 5/158-59

WOODWARD, Keith       18/89

WOOLEY, R.     18/163

WUNDERLY, Alice J., Lady    18/90

WYATT, Ransome T.    15/125-26, 15/127, 15/143-45, 15/152, 15/157, 15/158

WYNES, A.     18/91

YEOMANS, R. J.     17/186

ZUSTERS, A.     18/233


1971. Updated 2002.