King William's College Chapel (I.O.M.) and Wisemans Ferry

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When: 01 January 1880

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This photograph album belonged to Edward Hungerford and contains images of shipping and street scenes around Sydney from the 1880s.

Edward Hungerford was born on 10 June 1863 in Cahirmoore, Ireland (County Cork), the son of Henry Jones Hungerford and Mary Boone Cowper. Hungerford migrated to Australia around 1882 and became a long-serving member of the Royal Sydney Yacht Squadron. He died 24 June 1956 in Newtown, Sydney.

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ANMM Collection Gift from the Royal Sydney Yacht Squadron
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    Australian National Maritime Museum on The Commons

    • 07/Jun/2013 04:48:25

    For interested parties, here is St Mary Magdalene's church at Wisemans Ferry depicted in a lovely painting at SLNSW.

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    BeachcomberAustralia

    • 07/Jun/2013 09:45:59

    [http://www.flickr.com/photos/anmm_thecommons] Wonderful painting - trying to find exactly where this church was in Wisemans Ferry. I think "J.O.M." is "I.O.M." as in Isle of Man! King Williams College (1833) - en.wikipedia.org/wiki/King_William's_College . I wonder if Edward Hungerford was a pupil there? The chapel on the right; see the window match at original size - [http://www.flickr.com/photos/georgebarnes/5385705872/]

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    BeachcomberAustralia

    • 07/Jun/2013 22:55:58

    The Wiseman's Ferry Church fell into disrepair by the 1880s, was demolished in 1888 by the "Roads Department", and rebuilt higher on the hill. See trove.nla.gov.au/ndp/del/article/72558896

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    excellentzebu1050

    • 08/Jun/2013 21:01:02

    Brilliant in one word !

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    Australian National Maritime Museum on The Commons

    • 11/Jun/2013 23:31:01

    [http://www.flickr.com/photos/beachcomberaustralia] Thanks Beachcomber - Isle of Man - of course! The little church at Wisemans Ferry looks almost as if was meant to add to the landscape as a romantic ruin. Although the 'new' one is just as sweet: www.hawkesbury.net.au/activities/c16.html There are two passenger records for an E Hungerford (b c 1863) that I could find, one onboard the POTOSI, arrived 17 July 1882 in Sydney from London and 24 June 1884 on the AUSTRAL , London - Sydney. Perhaps these vessels sailed via Tonga and New Zealand at this time.

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    George Barnes

    • 29/May/2017 01:49:28

    Hey never saw you identified this through me. Here's the inside of the chapel. Never changed I can tell you as a ex pupil who spent many hours there each week!

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