ⓘ Dunoon, New South Wales

Dunoon, New South Wales

ⓘ Dunoon, New South Wales

Dunoon is a small village within the City of Lismore LGA in the Northern Rivers region of New South Wales, Australia. At the 2006 census, Dunoon had a population of 372 people. In the 2011 census the population was 824. It is self-proclaimed as the Macadamia capital of Australia.

In a local newspaper sat down in Dunoon and District Gazette, with the latest copies in the library of the Lismore historical society and the Richmond river.

  • on her way to New South Wales with Langdon, master. She arrived at the Cape Verde islands on 31 December and left for New South Wales on 4 January 1825
  • Argyll, Perth, Inverness, Ross and Sutherland by Colonel John Campbell of Dunoon in January 1760 out of a cadre taken from the 87th Foot. The regiment was
  • the Cat and Mouse Act. Arabella Charlotte Scott was born 7 May 1886 in Dunoon Scotland. Her mother was a teacher and her father served as a captain in
  • the Royal Scottish Academy. Gibb settled in the village of Innellan, near Dunoon on the Firth of Clyde, briefly moving to Alnwick in Northumberland around
  • His next appointment was as an assistant priest at Our Lady and St Mun s Dunoon Argyll 1974 1976 For a short while, he acted as a chaplain to the United
  • Trust. Brian Leslie Davies, Official Secretary to the Governor of New South Wales Australia. Edward Charles Griffiths, Deputy Master of the Household
  • Service commissioner for England, Wales and Scotland. Anthony Thomas Burden, Q.P.M., Chief Constable of South Wales Police. For services to the Police
  • by Rev. Hough. The bride was the second daughter of the Governor of New South Wales Sir Hercules Robinson, GCMG, and his wife. The groom, owner of Glenormiston
  • 1829, completed Divinity in 1832, and was licensed by the Presbytery of Dunoon He taught in a Glasgow school conducted by his older brother Allan and
  • terms of population, however. Argyll s largest towns were and are Oban, Dunoon and Campbeltown. The Small Isles of Muck or Muick, Rhum or Rùm, Canna and

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