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Lumsdaine, James Robert
James Robert Lumsdaine - papers, 1830-1993, concerning William Lumsdaine and Picton, N.S.W.
Level of Description
Date of Work
1830 - 1993
Type of Material
1 folder - 0.02 Meters
Textual Records - (photocopy)
Textual Records - (typescript, photocopy)
Textual Records - (printed, photocopy)
Textual Records - (printed)
Administrative / Biographical Note
William Lumsdaine (d. 1902) was a son of Captain William Lumsdaine of the 9th Bengal Light Cavalry who died in Calcutta in 1830. William arrived in Sydney with his two brothers and sister in 1836. He became an Anglican minster and bought land at Picton, N.S.W..
Papers compiled by James Robert Lumsdaine, great grandson of the Reverend William Lumsdaine, including notes on the Lumsdaine family; photocopied documents concerning the sale and transfer of land; copy of will of Captain William Lumsdaine, 1830, with transcription; map of Parish of Picton, County of Camden, 7th edn, 3 July 1961, and map of Parish of Couridjah, County of Camden, 12th edn, 12 Oct. 1971
Presented by James Robert Lumsdaine in 1993
Lumsdaine, William, 1792-1830
Lumsdaine, William, d. 1902
Church of England -- New South Wales -- Clergy.
Land titles -- Registration and transfer -- New South Wales -- Picton.
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