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Port Phillip Patriot and Melbourne Advertiser, shipping intelligence, 4 October 1841.
The short history of the Angustown School near Whroo, Victoria.
Several Gorey children from two families attended Angustown School.
James and Elizabeth Gorey arrived in Melbourne aboard the barque Middlesex on 1 October 1841.
James and Elizabeth Gorey arrived in Australia aboard the barque Middlesex on 1 October 1841.
|6||Charles Edward Gorey|
Charles Gorey served as a sapper in the First World War.
Charles Edward Gorey: 1878-1949
Edward Gorey: 1849-1937
|9||Edward Gorey: 1849-1937|
The story of Edward Gorey, born at Heidelberg in 1849.
|10||Gorey farm at Malmsbury|
James Gorey purchased block 228 of some 71 acres at the Kyneton/Malmsbury land sale in April 1855.
|11||James and Elizabeth Gorey|
The story of James and Elizabeth Gorey, Victorian pioneers:
|12||James Daniel Gorey|
James Daniel Gorey: 1894-1918
|13||James Daniel Gorey|
James Gorey in uniform.
James Evans, 1829-1907:
|15||James Gorey headstone inscription|
The inscription on the headstone of James Daniel Gorey, as requested by his mother Sophia.
|16||James Gorey plaque|
Status: Not yet located; A plaque commemorating the final resting place at Castlemaine Cemetery of James Gorey, 1917-1990.
|17||James Gorey: 1917-1990|
Status: Not yet located; James Gorey: Ex RAAF
|18||Margaret Elizabeth Gorey|
Margaret Gorey: 1876-1879
Sophia Evans: 1855-1923
The story of Sophia Evans: 1855-1923
|21||The Boozer's Lament|
Poem by James Daniel Gorey
|22||War grave of James Gorey|
Status: Located; James Gorey is buried at Mont Huon Military Cemetery in France, plot 7, row J, grave 11b.