"Brungle Names List 1872"
Distance 271 miles South of Sydney
Mail closes at General Post Office Tuesday, Saturday 4 p.m.
Mail arrives at Post Town Thursday, Monday 3 p.m.
Mail leaves for Sydney Monday, Thursday 10 a.m.
Mail arrives at Sydney Wednesday, Saturday 7.15 a.m.
Route - Rail Goulburn, coach, via Tumut, 10 m Brungle.
SURNAME CHRISTIAN OCCUPATION ADDRESS POST TOWN
BOURKE Michael farmer Wagra Brungle
BYRNES Charles farmer --- Brungle
BYRNES Patrick farmer --- Brungle
1936 - GRAZIER'S TRAGIC DEATH. TUMUT, Monday. - James Charles Byrne, grazier and farmer, of Happy Valley, Brungle, 15 miles from Tumut, intending to shoot a fox, left his home early in the morning, with a double barrelled shot-gun. Shots were heard by his family, and half an hour later his body was found, near a wire fence, 200 yards from his house. It is believed that the gun exploded will Mr Byrne was getting through a wire fence the charge entering the pit of his stomach. He leaves a widow, three daughters, and two sons. - (Ref- The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954)(about) Previous issue Tuesday 12 May 1936).
CASSIDY William farmer Wagra Brungle
CLOUT David farmer --- Brungle
CLOUT George farmer --- Brungle
CORRY John farmer Wagra Brungle
CROWE W. J. farmer & grazier Wagra Brungle
DWYER James farmer Wagra Brungle
DWYER Pearce farmer Wagra Brungle
FARROW John farmer & carrier Wagra Brungle
FRENCH Daniel farmer --- Brungle - NSW SOUTH WALES. - GUNDAGAI, Nov. 17. 1899 - Stock Movements - Thursday - 3,000 sheep from Wonnanmrra. to Gunning, J. H. Sand owner; and 1,300 sheep from Jugiong to, Brungle Creek, French Bros. owners. - (Ref- The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1956)(about) Previous issue Monday 20 November 1899).
FRENCH Henry farmer --- Brungle
FRENCH Stephen farmer & carrier --- Brungle
FRENCH, William farmer --- Brungle - DESTRUCTION OF PESTS. TUMUT, Tuesday..1938 - At a drive at Brungle on Saturday organised by W. French, 332 hares were killed by 30 shooters. Mr A. Last was top scorer with 45. - (Ref- The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954)(about) Previous issue Wednesday 28 August 1901). ---- TRUCK-DRIVER KILLED. TUMUT, Tuesday. Francis Daniel French 26 of Tumut was killed when a truck which he was driving to Gooboralong from a dance at Brungle struck a ditch. The engine stalled when ascending a hill and the blakes failed to hold the truck ran backwards into the ditch French was found dead at the wheel - Six other occupants of the truck were uninjured. - (Ref- The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954)(about) Previous issue Wednesday 14 December 1938). - Records show that in 1938 Francis Daniel FRENCH parents DANIEL & MARY JANE death was registered in GUNDAGAI, NSW - Ref- NSW BDM 22844/1938).
GIVNEY Charles farmer Adjungbilly Ck. Brungle
GIVNEY J. farmer & squatter Adjungbilly Ck. Brungle
GIVNEY John farmer Adjungbilly Ck. Brungle
GIVNEY Thomas farmer Adjungbilly Ck. Brungle
GUY Charles farmer & grazier Nimbo Brungle - Deaths. 1885 - Guy.-On 3rd April, at Brungle, N.S.W., Charles Edmund, second son of the late Benjamin Guy, of Belmont, Richmond, in his 58th year.- (Ref-Launceston Examiner (Tas. : 1842 - 1899)(about) Previous issue Thursday 9 April 1885).
HILL Thomas farmer & carrier --- Brungle
HOWE John carpenter Wagra Brungle
KEEFE Denis farmer Wagra Brungle
KEEFE James farmer Wagra Brungle
KEEFE Michael farmer Wagra Brungle
KEEFE Patrick farmer Wagra Brungle
KELLY Daniel farmer --- Brungle
LEE Charles farmer --- Brungle
MULQUEENIE John farmer Wagra Brungle
MULQUEENIE Martin farmer Wagra Brungle
MULQUEENIE Patrick farmer Wagra Brungle
MCCALLUM Neil miner --- Brungle
MCDONALD Alexander boundary rider --- Brungle
MCDONALD Ronald farmer --- Brungle
MACGILLIVRAY Donald teacher --- Brungle
McGRUER Alexander farmer & grazier --- Brungle
McGRUER Donald sen. postmaster --- Brungle - Gundagai. - September 27. The Annual Stallion Parade, in connection with the A. and P. Society, was held on Saturday. There was not a large attendance of horses. but those present were much admired. The following horses paraded: Mr. Charlea Perry's Irish Homo Rule, Guy Brothers' Grosvenor, Guy Brothers' Birdcatcher. PonieB : A. J. Wilson's Bonnie Prince Charlie, James Robinson's Tim. Draught horses : G. H. King'a Clyde, H. Wilson's Southern Star, J. C. M'Lean'a Chieftain, F. Horaley'a Yabtree. Coachers : John Lawson's Romoo, J. Potter's Beaconsfield, J. Illett's Victor.
Tho Aboriginal School at Brungle having been completed it has been decided to appoint a local board to supervise the arrangements there, the gentle men chosen being C W. Weekes, P.M., James Cornett sub-inspector of police, Duncan M'Kinnun, Brungle, Alex. M'Gruer, Brungle,
MCGRUER Donald jun. farmer & grazier --- Brungle - 1911 - A GRAZIER'S ESTATE. Sydney, Friday—The estate or the Mr Donald M'Gruer, grazier of Brungle has been sworn for probate purposes at £25,130. - (Ref- Singleton Argus (NSW : 1880 - 1954) (about) Previous issue Saturday 18 February 1911).
MCINTOSH Donald farmer & grazier --- Brungle
MCINTOSH James farmer --- Brungle
MCKENZIE Donald farmer --- Brungle
MCKENZIE John farmer --- Brungle
MCKINNON Duncan farmer --- Brungle - Further info - GUNDAGAI, Thursday - Mr Duncan McKinnon, 70, died suddenly yesterday at his residence, Brungle Station nine miles from Gundagai, on Tumut River, where he has resided for 34 years. Deceased was one of the largest cattle-breeders in this district Mrs M Kinnon recently lost her eyesight. - In connection with the death of Mr Duncan M'Kinnon it is stated that he was attending to travelling sheep when he dropped from his horse dead.
The death of his eldest daughter occured about 25 years ago in a similar manner. His secord and third sons also met with sudden deaths by being thrown from their horses, whilst his first son lost his life by drowning Mr M KcKinnon leaves one son (John M'Kinnon), and three daughters. - (Ref- The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Friday 18 May 1900).
1886 - FATAL ACCIDENT AT BRUNGLE.[BY TELEGRAPH.] GUNDAGAI, FRIDAY. -
Information was received in town this morning that a young man named D. M'Kinnon, 20 years of age, son of Mr. M'Kinnon, grazier, Brungle, was killed yesterday afternoon from a fall from a horse.
It appears that the deceased went to drive a mob of horses into the stockyard, and shortly afterwords his horse returned to the house without its rider, whereupon a search was instituted, and the lifelees body of the young man was found in tbe paddock.
The body appeared as if it had been dragged along the ground for some distance The coroner went out today to held an inquest. - (Ref- The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954)(about) Previous issue Saturday 16 January 1886).
1892 - A Sad Fatal Accident occurred at Brungle, a few miles from Gundagai, on Saturday last, when Mr. Allen M'Kinnon, eldest son of Duncan M'Kininnon, Brungle, was killed. It appears that young M'Kinnon was driving some horses out of his father's paddock when the horse he was riding suddenly stopped, throwing its rider violently to the ground, causing concussion of the brain, death being almost instantaneous. Great sympathy is expressed for the parents of the deceased, as it is only a short time since the deceased's brother was killed in a similar manner. - (Ref- Australian Town and Country Journal (NSW : 1870 - 1907)(about) Previous issue Saturday 20 February 1892).
FATAL ACCIDENT - GUNDAGAI. Brungle - A sad accident took place at Brongle yesterday, by which a son of Mr. Duncan Mackinnon lost his life. The deceased, who was mounted on a fiery horse, was engaged boundary riding, when the animal, becoming restive, threw its rider forward to the ground, breaking his neck. The deceased's brothor was killed in preciasily a similar manner a very sbort time since. - (Ref- The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954)(about) Previous issue Monday 15 February 1892)
MCKINNON Hugh farmer --- Brungle
MCLELLAN John farmer & grazier "Nimbo" Brungle - TUMUT. Monday. -John McLennan, farmer, of Brungle; was drowned in Nimbo Creek on Saturday. The body was recovered yesterday. Deceased was universally respected. - (Ref- The Maitland Mercury & Hunter River General Advertiser (NSW : 1843 - 1893)(about) Previous issue Thursday 24 June 1875)
MCNAB Ronald boundary rider --- Brungle
NIXON Frank farmer & grazier --- Brungle
NIXON Frederick D. farmer & grazier --- Brungle
RANKIN Alexander farmer & grazier --- Brungle
RANKIN George squatter --- Brungle
ROBERTSON Donald F. farmer & grazier --- Brungle
ROBERTSON John sen. farmer --- Brungle
ROBERTSON John jun. farmer & grazier --- Brungle
SHEAHAN Mrs. Anne farmer --- Brungle
STEVENSON George B. miner --- Brungl
WILSON Thomas farmer --- Brungle - (Ref- http://www.family.joint.net.au/index.php?mid=1).
PIERCE James farmer Wagra Brungle
QUIRK James farmer Wagra Brungle
QUIRK Michael farmer Wagra Brungle
QUIRK Thomas farmer Wagra Brungle
SULLIVAN Mrs. Catherine farmer Wagra Brungle
SHEACARROO, Daniel farmer Adjungbilly Ck. Brungle
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John Stephenson(Mobile 0431 481 451) Ex West Blowering Resident, now living in Wollongong, NSW. Australia.