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  1. Keating, Ruby Centennial (1888–1974) political worker and social activist
  2. Russell, William John (Billy) (1879–1915) plumber and trade union leader
  3. Green, Sydney Temple (Syd) (1867–1945) stonemason and quarry-master
  4. Green, Catherine Elizabeth (Kit) (1881–1965) politician
  5. Caffrey, Martha Ann (1885–1975) community worker and political activist
  6. Smith, Bernard (Barney) (1902–1967) seaman, trade union leader and Communist
  7. Keenan, Joseph (Joe) (1900–?) seaman, trade union leader, Communist
  8. Mulvogue, Bernard Andrew (Ben) (1871–1936) builders' labourer and trade union leader
  9. Loughnan, Richard Ignatius (Dick) (1864–1947) bricklayer and trade union leader
  10. Smith, Percy Joseph (1880–1959) builders' labourer and trade union leader
  11. Millard, John (Jack) (1867–1931) builders' labourer and trade union leader
  12. Woodward, Francis (1846–1905) gaoled solicitor and politician
  13. Blamire, John (Jack) (1851–1905) labourer and trade union leader
  14. Bodkin, William Francis (Bill) (1903–1971) trade union leader
  15. Franklin, Reginald Samuel (Reg) (1901–1958) seaman and trade union leader
  16. Davis, Frederick (1866–1950) bricklayer, journalist, and politician
  17. Sangster, George (1845–1915) seaman, trade union leader and politician
  18. Evans, William John (1856–1914) railway engine driver and politician
  19. Sullivan, Alfred John (1855–1949) trade union organiser and mathematician
  20. Donald, James (1895–1976) carpenter and politician
  21. Dalton, Christopher (Chris) (1896–1971) railway worker and politician
  22. Day, Robert Lyndon (Bob) (1886–1968) trade union leader and politician
  23. Jones, Thomas Llewellyn (1872–1946) produce merchant and Labor politician
  24. Jones, John Henry (Harry) (1888–1954) school teacher and advertising executive
  25. Jones, William Arthur (Will) (1870–1911) plumber, newspaper editor, socialist
  26. Hannah, Henry James (1873–1944) builders' labourer, and trade union leader
  27. Hannah, Martin (1865–1953) trade union leader, Socialist, politician
  28. McDonald, John (1877–1933) seaman, ship painter and docker, trade union leader
  29. Shearer, Samuel (1874–1938) seaman and gaoled trade union leader
  30. Falkingham, Thomas (1884–1957) boilermaker and politician
  31. Pinkerton, Robert Corry (1884–1956) engine driver, gaoled trade union leader
  32. Gilbert, Ann Elizabeth (1877–1965) musician and community worker
  33. Gilbert, Frederick Charles (Fred) (1857–1930) miner and trade union leader
  34. Mulcahy, Ellen (1859–1920) union organiser and equal pay activist
  35. Clarke, William Job (1899–1988) seaman, trade union leader, journalist
  36. Johnson, Jacob (1887–1961) seaman and gaoled trade union leader
  37. Casey, William (Bill) (1889–1949) seaman, and trade union leader
  38. Booley, Robert (1804–1876) coachbuilder, and political candidate
  39. Dengate, Arthur Edwin (1878–1918) engineer and trade union leader
  40. Ward, Thomas Bassett (1884–1960) engineer and trade union leader
  41. McPherson, William (1857–1943) shearer, and gaoled trade unionist
  42. Wilson, John Richard (Jock) (1884–1976) radical activist
  43. Wickham, Louis Norman (1879–1971) blacksmith, trade union leader
  44. Evernden, Arthur Stanley (1869–1962) engineer, and trade union leader
  45. Fair, Albert Edward (1888–1976) motor mechanic and trade union header
  46. Bourne, Walter Howard (Wally) (1873–1952) printer and trade union leader
  47. Howe, Robert (1862–1915) patternmaker, engineer, and politician
  48. Jackson, Roy Stanley (1895–1964) shipwright, trade union leader and politician
  49. Moses, Phillip William (1857–1931) clergyman, and Labor candidate
  50. Doig, Walter (Watty) (1900–1987) coalminer, and Communist activist
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