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  1. 03-07-2012 Kraegen, Edward Charles (1864–1943) union organizer and public servant
  2. 03-07-2012 Kneebone, Henry (1876–1933) printer, journalist and politician
  3. 03-07-2012 Kirwan, Michael Joseph (Mick) (1873–1941) politician and public servant
  4. 03-07-2012 Kirkpatrick, Andrew Alexander (1848–1928) printer and politician
  5. 03-07-2012 Kilburn, John George (1876–1976) bricklayer, trade unionist and politician
  6. 03-07-2012 Kiernan, Esmond Laurence (1881–1967) furniture dealer and politician
  7. 03-07-2012 Kidston, William (1849–1919) bookseller and premier
  8. 03-07-2012 Kennelly, Patrick John (Pat) (1900–1981) Australian Labor Party official and politician
  9. 03-07-2012 Kenneally, James Joseph (1879–1954) politician
  10. 03-07-2012 Keegan, Thomas Michael (1878–1937) trade unionist and politician
  11. 03-07-2012 Keegan, John Walter (1867–1941) trade-unionist and politician
  12. 03-07-2012 Keane, Richard Valentine (1881–1946) politician and trade union official
  13. 03-07-2012 Kavanagh, John Patrick (Jack) (1879–1964) political activist
  14. 03-07-2012 Kavanagh, Edward John (1871–1956) trade unionist, politician and public servant
  15. 03-07-2012 Julius, Max Nordau (1916–1963) barrister and communist
  16. 03-07-2012 Judd, Ernest Edward Job Pullin (Ernie) (1883–1959) bookseller and socialist
  17. 03-07-2012 Jones, John Percy (1872–1955) businessman and politician
  18. 03-07-2012 Jones, Arthur (1892–1976) trade unionist and politician
  19. 03-07-2012 Jollie Smith, Christian (1885–1963) solicitor
  20. 03-07-2012 Johnson, William Dartnell (1870–1948) carpenter and politician
  21. 03-07-2012 Johnson, Herbert Victor (1889–1962) trade unionist and politician
  22. 03-07-2012 Johnson, Florence Ethel (1884–1934) feminist and educationist
  23. 03-07-2012 John, Cecilia Annie (1877–1955) singer, feminist and pacifist
  24. 03-07-2012 Jensen, Harald Ingemann (1879–1966) geologist and socialist pamphleteer
  25. 03-07-2012 James, Rowland (Rowley) (1885–1962) coalminer and politician
  26. 02-07-2012 Hynes, Maurice Patrick (1885–1939) politician and trade union organizer
  27. 02-07-2012 Hyett, Francis William (Frank) (1882–1919) trade unionist
  28. 02-07-2012 Huxham, John Saunders (1861–1949) politician
  29. 02-07-2012 Hutchison, James (1859–1909) printer and politician
  30. 02-07-2012 Hughes, Thomas John (1892–1980) politician
  31. 02-07-2012 Howe, John Robert (1861–1920) shearer and publican
  32. 02-07-2012 Houghton, Thomas John (1862–1933) printer, politician and journalist
  33. 02-07-2012 Hooper, Richard (1846–1909) miner, trade unionist and politician
  34. 02-07-2012 Holman, Mary Alice (May) (1893–1939) politician
  35. 02-07-2012 Holman, William Arthur (1871–1934) cabinetmaker, politician and barrister
  36. 02-07-2012 Holloway, Edward James (Jack) (1875–1967) trade unionist and politician
  37. 02-07-2012 Hollis, Robert (1851–1937) engine driver, trade union leader and politician
  38. 02-07-2012 Hogan, Edmond John (Ned) (1883–1964) farmer and premier
  39. 02-07-2012 Hinchcliffe, Albert (1860–1935) printer and trade union and Labor administrator
  40. 02-07-2012 Hill, Lionel Laughton (1881–1963) premier
  41. 02-07-2012 Hill, Edward Fowler (Ted) (1915–1988) barrister and communist activist
  42. 02-07-2012 Higgs, William Guy (1862–1951) printer and politician
  43. 02-07-2012 Higgins, Esmonde Macdonald (1897–1960) communist publicist and adult educationist
  44. 02-07-2012 Hickey, Simon (1878–1958) leather goods manufacturer and politician
  45. 02-07-2012 Osborne, Doris Margaret (1906–1977) schoolteacher and campaigner for equal rights for women
  46. 02-07-2012 Heffron, Robert James (1890–1978) premier
  47. 02-07-2012 Heagney, Patrick Reginald (1858–1922) labour activist
  48. 02-07-2012 Heagney, Muriel Agnes (1885–1974) trade unionist and feminist
  49. 02-07-2012 Healy, James (Jim) (1898–1961) trade unionist
  50. 02-07-2012 Haylen, Leslie Clement (Les) (1898–1977) politician, playwright, novelist and journalist
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