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  1. Ditchfield, John (1755–1838) shepherd
  2. Bawden, John (1849–1925) railwayman
  3. Keating, Jack (1947–2012)
  4. Sinclair, Jean Dorothy (1940–1991) political staff worker
  5. Mitchell, William (1850–1923) stationer and politician
  6. Emery, Alfred (1829–1910) brick maker
  7. Shaw, Jeffrey William (Jeff) (1949–2010) politician and Supreme Court judge
  8. Auld, John Wallace (1908–1952) plumber
  9. O'Neill, Michael Joseph (1872–1939) cinema owner
  10. Hills, Patrick Darcy (Pat) (1917–1992) toolmaker and politician
  11. Ferguson, Mary Ellen (1924–2012) ALP identity
  12. Ferguson, Laurie John (Jack) (1924–2002) politician
  13. Whitlam, Margaret Elaine (1919–2012) swimmer, social worker and ALP stalwart
  14. Kite, Delcia Ivy (Delce) (1923–2012) politician
  15. Murphy, Lionel Keith (1922–1986) barrister, judge and politician
  16. Toner, Pauline Therese (1935–1989) educator and politician
  17. Stuart, Donald Robert (1913–1983) author
  18. McClintock, Herbert (1906–1985) artist
  19. Roulston, James Francis (Jim) (1922–1982) trade union leader
  20. Wright, Thomas (Tom) (1902–1981) sheet-metal worker and trade union official
  21. Purcell, Richard Leo (1904–1984) political activist and co-operative housing founder
  22. Steger, Jane Winifred (1882–1981) writer
  23. McPherson, Alexander (Sandy) (1835–1896) saddler and expeditionist
  24. Pollard, Reginald Thomas (1894–1981) soldier, farmer and politician
  25. White, Sam (1913–1988) journalist
  26. Waten, Judah Leon (1911–1985) writer and political activist
  27. Tangney, Dame Dorothy Margaret (1907–1985) politician
  28. Sharpley, Cecil Herbert (1908–1985) trade unionist, communist and apostate
  29. Seelaf, George (1914–1988) trade union leader and community activist
  30. O'Shea, Clarence Lyell (Clarrie) (1905–1988) union leader
  31. O’Shannassy, Ray (1923–1990) labourer, communist and trade unionist
  32. Oliver, Cecil Thompson (Charlie) (1901–1990) trade union official
  33. Henry, Alice (1857–1943) journalist and woman's rights advocate
  34. Burns, George Mason (1869–1932) union organiser and politician
  35. McGahen, Patrick (1830–1912) carrier and rural worker
  36. Marsh, Ralph Benson (1909–1989) trade unionist and politician
  37. Platt, Mrs (1831–1918) miners' wife
  38. Platt, William Kendrell (1835–1918) goldminer and sawyer
  39. Atherden, William Edward (1838–1934) goldminer and Eureka rebel
  40. Wells, Charles Frederick (Fred) (1918–1975) seaman and journalist
  41. Stephensen, Percy Reginald (1901–1965) writer, editor and publisher
  42. Prichard, Katharine Susannah (1883–1969) writer and political activist
  43. Nunan, Marjorie Estella (1910–1963) pensioners' advocate
  44. Mortimer, Rex Alfred (1926–1979) solicitor, communist and academic
  45. O'Shane, Gladys Dorothy (1919–1965) Aboriginal political activist
  46. Makinson, Richard Elliss (Dick) (1913–1979) physicist and communist
  47. Lambert, Eric Frank (1918–1966) novelist
  48. Kisch, Egon Erwin (1885–1948) journalist and communist
  49. Lester, Mary Grace (1911–1980) political activist
  50. Hatfield, William (1892–1969) writer
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