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  1. Mahoney, Gerald William (1892–1955) labor politician
  2. Mahon, William James (1909–1967) coal miner and unionist
  3. Maher, James Bernard (Jim) (1927–2009) trade union official
  4. Madders, Thomas (1897–1955) coal miner and unionist
  5. Madders, Robert (Bobby) (1905–1977) coal miner and unionist
  6. Madders, David Glyndur (Dini) (1896–1971) coal miner
  7. Madders, John Joseland (1864–1942) coal miner and unionist
  8. Madden, John Lewis (1896–1971) labor politician
  9. Ware, John Joseph (1858–1921) trade union official and South African politician
  10. Grant, Mary Ann (1857–1936) political activist
  11. Grant, John (1857–1928) labor politician
  12. Paterson, John Harold (1906–1968) bank officer and unionist
  13. Parkinson, William (Bill) (1907–1986) trade union official
  14. Panton, Alexander Hugh (Frank) (1877–1951) trade union official and politician
  15. Palmer, John Stanley (1926–2001) trade union official
  16. Rudkin, Arthur William (1908–1994) chemist, communist and actor
  17. Padgen, Walter Thomas (1882–1955) politician
  18. Payne, Thomas Gilbert (Tom) (1898–1988) boot repairer and communist activist
  19. Wells, Harold Clyde (Bob) (1908–1996) carpenter, trade union leader, communist, and novelist
  20. Ryan, John Anthony (1922–2021) historian
  21. Morrison, John Gordon (Jack) (1904–1998) novelist, essayist and short-story writer
  22. Roach, Edward Charles (Ted) (1909–1997) waterside worker, trade unionist, and communist
  23. Grant, George William (Pongo) (1904–1953) union official
  24. Nubuluna/Daniels, Dexter (1936–1999) union organiser and political activist
  25. O'Sullivan, Christopher Michael (Chris) (1895–1996) journalist
  26. Cope, James Francis (Jim) (1907–1999) Speaker of the House of Representatives
  27. Clark, Joseph James (Joe) (1897–1992) Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives
  28. Riordan, William James (Bill) (1908–1973) Chairman of Committees of the House of Representatives
  29. Jenkins, Henry Alfred (Harry) (1952–?) Speaker of the House of Representatives
  30. Jenkins, Henry Alfred (Harry) (1925–2004) Speaker of the House of Representatives
  31. Caldwell, William (1892–1984) diplomat
  32. Scholes, Gordon Glen (1931–2018) Speaker of the House of Representatives
  33. Clyne, Daniel Michael (Dan) (1879–1965) politician
  34. Leahy, Kevin John (1949–2020) ALP politician
  35. Gordon, Walter Edward (1857–1885) station hand and murderer
  36. Mundey, John Bernard (Jack) (1929–2020) trade union official
  37. Benjamin, Phyllis Jean (1907–1996) politician and housewives’ advocate
  38. Roland, Betty (1903–1996) playwright and author
  39. Tonkin, John Trezise (1902–1995) teacher and premier
  40. Papasavas, Sam (1941–1993) solicitor, soccer administrator, and community leader
  41. Cain, John (1931–2019) premier
  42. Chanter, John Moore (1845–1931) farmer, auctioneer, commission agent and politician
  43. Martin, Stephen Paul (1948–?) Speaker of the House of Representatives
  44. Bamford, Frederick William (1849–1934) publican, politician and Chairman of Committees
  45. Chapman, Dora Cecil (1911–1995) artist
  46. Knopfelmacher, Frank (1923–1995) university lecturer and political activist
  47. Daly, Frederick Michael (Fred) (1912–1995) politician
  48. Stoneham, Clive Philip (1909–1992) railway clerk, mayor, and politician
  49. Johnson, Sir William Elliot (1862–1932) Speaker of the House of Representatives
  50. Johnson, Leslie Royston (Les) (1924–2015) trade unionist, politician, and Chairman of Committees
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