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  1. 02-07-2012 Harvey, Henry James (Harry) (1901–1966) trade unionist and industrial commissioner
  2. 02-07-2012 Harford, Lesbia Venner (1891–1927) poet
  3. 02-07-2012 Hardacre, Herbert Freemont (1861–1938) politician
  4. 02-07-2012 Hannan, Joseph Francis (1875–1943) trade unionist and politician
  5. 02-07-2012 Hannam, James George Charles (1895–1979) waterside worker, trade unionist and cyclist
  6. 02-07-2012 Hanlon, Edward Michael (Ned) (1887–1952) railway worker, grocer and premier
  7. 02-07-2012 Hamilton, William (Bill) (1858–1920) trade union leader and politician
  8. 02-07-2012 Hall, George Wilson (1836–1916) trade unionist, journalist and politician
  9. 02-07-2012 Guy, James Allan (1890–1979) politician, trade union official and butcher
  10. 02-07-2012 Guthrie, Robert Storrie (1857–1921) seaman, trade unionist and politician
  11. 02-07-2012 Gunn, John (1884–1959) premier
  12. 02-07-2012 Scott Griffiths, Jennie (1875–1951) journalist and political activist
  13. 02-07-2012 Griffith, Arthur Hill (1861–1946) teacher, politician and patent attorney
  14. 02-07-2012 Greville, Henrietta (1861–1964) labour organizer
  15. 02-07-2012 Green, Albert Ernest (1869–1940) politician
  16. 02-07-2012 Grayndler, Edward (1867–1943) trade unionist and politician
  17. 02-07-2012 Graves, James Joseph (1882–1964) fitter, trade union official and politician
  18. 02-07-2012 Grant, Donald McLennan (Don) (1888–1970) agitator and politician
  19. 02-07-2012 Golding, Annie Mackenzie (1855–1934) feminist teacher
  20. 02-07-2012 Gledson, David Alexander (1877–1949) trade union leader and politician
  21. 02-07-2012 Glassey, Thomas (1844–1936) politician
  22. 02-07-2012 Givens, Thomas (1864–1928) miner, sugar worker, newspaper editor and politician
  23. 02-07-2012 Gilmore, Dame Mary Jean (1865–1962) writer
  24. 02-07-2012 Gillies, William Neil (1868–1928) farmer, premier and industrial arbitrator
  25. 02-07-2012 Gibson, Dorothy (1899–1978) teacher, communist and peace activist
  26. 02-07-2012 Garrard, Jacob (1846–1931) trade unionist and politician
  27. 02-07-2012 Garland, Thomas (Tom) (1893–1952) trade union official
  28. 02-07-2012 Gardiner, Albert (Jupp) (1867–1952) politician
  29. 02-07-2012 Garden, John Smith (Jock) (1882–1968) clergyman, trade union leader and politician
  30. 02-07-2012 Galvin, Leslie William (Bill) (1903–1966) politician
  31. 02-07-2012 Gair, Vincent Clare (Vince) (1901–1980) railway clerk and premier
  32. 02-07-2012 Turner, Ian Alexander (1922–1978) political activist and historian
  33. 02-07-2012 Freeman, Paul (1884–1921) deportee and Comintern functionary
  34. 02-07-2012 Fraser, Allan Duncan (1902–1977) journalist and politician
  35. 02-07-2012 Francis, Susan (1877–1946) midwife and political activist
  36. 02-07-2012 Fowler, Jack Radnald (Mick) (1927–1979) seaman, jazz musician and green ban activist
  37. 02-07-2012 Fowler, Elizabeth Lilian (1886–1954) alderman and politician
  38. 02-07-2012 Foster, Alfred William (1886–1962) judge
  39. 02-07-2012 Foran, Martin Henry (Harry) (1850–1908) schoolteacher, journalist, Domain and Yarra Bank orator
  40. 02-07-2012 Foley, Thomas Andrew (Tom) (1886–1973) politician, general labourer and contractor
  41. 02-07-2012 Flowers, Fred (1864–1928) house-painter and politician
  42. 02-07-2012 Fleming, John William (1863–1950) anarchist and agitator
  43. 02-07-2012 Fletcher, James (1834–1891) coalminer and owner, newspaper proprietor and politician
  44. 02-07-2012 Fitzpatrick, Brian Charles (1905–1965) journalist, historian, socialist and defender of civil liberties
  45. 02-07-2012 Fitzgerald, John Daniel (Jack) (1862–1922) compositor, journalist, barrister and politician
  46. 02-07-2012 Finnan, Francis Joseph (1897–1966) politician and public servant
  47. 02-07-2012 Fihelly, John Arthur (1882–1945) public servant and politician
  48. 02-07-2012 Ferguson, William (Bill) (1882–1950) trade unionist and Aboriginal politician
  49. 02-07-2012 Ferguson, John Alexander (Jack) (1903–1969) trade unionist, politician and public servant
  50. 02-07-2012 Fegan, John Lionel (1862–1932) coalminer and politician
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