Hunter Living Histories Initiative
Mr Gionni Di Gravio OAM (Chair)
Phone: +61 2 4921 5819
Dr Ann Hardy (Executive Officer)
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Phone: +61 2 4985 4594
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Have been trying to contact David Dial about a Dead Mans Penny I have belonging to DCM Matthew Gray Service number 77 Unit 34th Australian Infantry Battalion ,Date of death 12 October 1917 Belgium , a Greta coal miner, David may be interested in this. Thank you. Peter Thorpe 0429033449
I am the honorary curator of Greta Historical Museum and was interested to read about the Dead Man’s Penny that you have that once belonged to a Greta coal miner, Matthew Gray. I am presently researching the Greta community members that went off to war and so I just want to say that if you ever feel the need to donate the penny to the Greta Museum it would be happily accepted.
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I would like to thank you for the article in the Hunter Remembers dated 12/2/19 titled Kurri Kurri and about my Great Grand Father Sapper R (Pinky) Scott’s return from the war. I had very little knowledge of him before I read your article and from this I was able to access the War Memorials records of his service. He fought in the Boar War as an Englishman before coming to Australia and then enlisting in the 2nd Tunnelling company. We didn’t know he lost a brother in the war as well. I thank you for this article.
friend has a an image of a painting of the sinking of the S.S. Cawarra in 1866. The painters name is obscured in the right-hand corner. Appears to be W.H. Fer………
I thought it might be W.H. Ferry, but cannot track down any reference online of either the image or the painter.
Would someone at your agency know who the artist is ?
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I Have recently became a volunteer at our own Fort Scatchley .In doing research with some of the older volunteers and written Knowledge i have only scratched the surface of the History and Stories. Most novocastrians don’t know about and have never visited the Fort ,or know of the Time Ball and the Time Cannon .Or it was the only Fort in Australia ever to fire in Anger ( happened 2Nd W.W. ) even though we are in Cov 19 you can still visit of a Sunday .It would be Fantastic if Hunter Living History could Pick the Experienced Volunteers Memory and Bring to Life and to the Public OUR Little Known Icon