Henty Brothers

Henty Brothers

* James Henty (1800 - 1882) founded "James Henty and Company", merchants.
* William Henty (1808-1881) solicitor, member of the Tasmanian Legislative Council for Tamar, and colonial secretary in the Weston cabinet.
* Edward Henty (1810 – 1878) pioneer, first permanent settler in Victoria, Australia.
* Stephen George Henty (1811-1872) member of the legislative council of Victoria, 1856 - 1870.
* Francis Henty (1815-1889) became the successful owner of a station and died at Melbourne on 15 January 1889.


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  • Henty — may refer to:Australian towns *Henty, New South Wales *Henty, Victoria *Henty, Western AustraliaPeople *The Henty brothers, including Edward Henty, who settled near Portland, Victoria in 1834 *Ernest Henty (1862–1905), Australian politician… …   Wikipedia

  • Henty River — Henty RiverIs a river in West Coast, Tasmania Tasmania to the west of the West Coast Range.Very close to its source at the headwaters is the Henty Gold Mine, which is north west of Mount Tyndall.Its upper reaches were some of the last sites of… …   Wikipedia

  • HENTY, Edward (1810-1878) — pioneer, first permanent settler in Victoria was born at West Tarring, Sussex, England. The date of birth usually given is 10 March 1809, but the death notice in the Argus on 15 August 1878 stated he was in his sixty ninth year, and the date of… …   Dictionary of Australian Biography

  • Henty family — /ˈhɛnti/ (say hentee) noun an Australian pioneering family of merchants and pastoralists; noted for their participation in the development of Victoria and Launceston. 1. Thomas, 1775–1839, grazier, born in England; breeder of sheep and blood… …  

  • HENTY, James (1800-1882) — pioneer and merchant eldest son of Thomas Henty and brother of Edward Henty (q.v.), was born at West Tarring, Sussex, on 24 September 1800. He for a time assisted his father in farming, and then joined the family bank, Henty and Henty and… …   Dictionary of Australian Biography

  • Edward Henty — (28 March 1810 – 14 August 1878); pioneer, first permanent settler in Victoria, Australia. Henty was born in Tarring, West Sussex, England. His father, Thomas Henty, who came of a well known Sussex banking family, married Frances Elizabeth… …   Wikipedia

  • James Henty — (24 September 1800 – 12 January 1882), pioneer in Australia and merchant.Henty was the eldest son of Thomas Henty and brother of Edward Henty, and was born at Tarring, West Sussex, England. He for a time assisted his father in farming, and then… …   Wikipedia

  • Ernest Henty — Ernest George Henty (17 September 1862–25 June 1895) was a Member of the Western Australian Legislative Council from 1894 to 1895.Born in Albury, New South Wales on 17 September 1862, Ernest Henty was the son of squatter Richard Henty, who was… …   Wikipedia

  • William Henty — (born September 23, 1808 in West Tarring, Sussex, England). He moved to Tasmania in 1837 and for over 20 years practised as a solicitor. In 1857 he was elected a member of the legislative council for Tamar and was colonial secretary in the Weston …   Wikipedia

  • Foster Fyans — (1790 1870), soldier, penal administrator and public servant, was acting commandant of the second convict settlement at Norfolk Island, the first police magistrate at Geelong, and commissioner of crown lands for the Portland Bay pastoral district …   Wikipedia

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