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  1. Allen, Lela Laura (Lily) (1899–1990) shorthand typist and Labor activist
  2. Carter, George (1863–1932) trade unionist, and politican
  3. Comerford, James (Jim) (1913–2006) mine worker and trade union leader
  4. Benson, John (1928–2017) seaman and trade union leader
  5. Newman, Joseph Charles (1845–1857) coal mine employee
  6. Bowman, Edward James (Ted) (1874–1943) shearer and trade union leader
  7. Baker, John Simms (Jack) (1908–2001) trade union leader, folk singer and author
  8. Brierley, Thomas (Tom) (1860–1915) tobacco worker and trade unionist
  9. Beardsworth, George Roy (1888–1939) storeman and trade union leader
  10. Bower, William Spowart (1858–1935) coalminer, alderman, trade union leader
  11. Bower, John (1861–1940) coalminer and trade union official
  12. Stepney, Edward (1824–1864) labourer
  13. Bowen, Fred William (1906–1980) upholsterer, trade union leader, politician
  14. Gamboni, Thomas (Tom) (1878–1922) miner, city councillor, trade union leader
  15. Anderson, Irene Joyce (Doddy) (1917–1985) clerk and Labor activist
  16. Taylor, George Cuthbert (1886–1957) shearer and politician
  17. Bousen, William Raymond (Ray) (1911–2002) railway employee, parliamentarian
  18. Bryant, Francis Henry (Frank) (1864–1946) compositor, trade union leader, parliamentarian
  19. Booth, George (1891–1960) miner, trade unionist and politician
  20. Kearsley, William (Bill) (1863–1921) Methodist minister, miner, politician
  21. Stepney, Andrew Stuart (Andy) (1851–1914) shearer, strongman and trade unionist
  22. Chalker, Dorothy (Dot) (1908–1995) trade union leader
  23. Simmons, Elizabeth Mary (1876–1965) manager
  24. Flanagan, Ellen Mary (1859–1936) feminist, Labor activist and trade union leader
  25. Dickie, Jessie (Janet) (1848–1930) suffragist, and Labor activist
  26. Leonard, Eliza Peake (1879–1933) trade union leader and political activist
  27. Williams, John tailor
  28. Bell, Thomas Barrett (1899–1976) waterside worker, drover and Communist
  29. Jeffrey, William (1813–1865) cabinetmaker, trade-union leader
  30. Ryan, Edna Minna (1904–1997) communist, trade unionist, feminist, and writer
  31. Lyons, Joseph John (1873–1949) miner, gaoled trade unionist, municipal councillor
  32. Rosser, William (1879–1917) trade union leader, Socialist
  33. Robinson, Sydney Charles (Sid) (1874–1924) miner, trade union leader
  34. Luchetti, Anthony Sylvester (Tony) (1904–1984) brickworker and politician
  35. Luchetti, Anthony (Ant) (1869–1942) coal-mine checkweigher, trade union leader
  36. Young, Robert (1858–1934) coal miner, gaoled trade unionist
  37. Sneddon, Peter (1860–1927) coal miner, gaoled trade unionist
  38. Pease, Thomas (Bookie) (1863–1927) coalminer, gaoled trade union leader
  39. Hamilton, Walter Alfred (1863–1955) trade union leader and politician
  40. Brown, Richard (Dick) (1881–1972) potter, trade union leader
  41. Brown, Norman Laurence (1900–1929) mine winch driver shot by police
  42. Bodsworth, William Gilbert (Gil) (1893–1974) wood machinist, trade union leader
  43. Bennett, Patrick John (Paddy) (1866–1944) journalist and trade union leader
  44. Bennett, David Monash (1924–1984) school principal, Labor Party official
  45. Bennett, Christopher James (Chris) (1867–1930) trade union leader
  46. Beeson, Walter Percy (1903–1983) trade union secretary
  47. Bailey, John William (1863–1936) miner, trade union official
  48. Ellis, George shearer, gaoled trade unionist
  49. Winspear, Alice Maud (1866–1898) free love advocate
  50. Belfrage, Henry (1842–1928) seaman, trade union leader
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