Died 5 September 1871. (At sea)
Parents: John and Mary, nee Ferrie
Career: Emigrated Van Diemen's Land 1839; arrived Port Phillip 1839-1840; employed by Clyde Company on Hopkins Hill station till 1843; at Breakfast Creek with brother Robert 1846; overseer of the Grange station for Captain Lonsdale 1848-1851; purchased Hopkins Hill estate from Clyde Company where he built Chatsworth House 1859-1860 at a cost of £20,000 and was host to Prince Alfred 1867. Owned other property and imported stud horses. Died on return journey from England His estate was valued at £350,000.
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|MLA||Villiers and Heytesbury||November 1864||December 1865|
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