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  1. Flinn, William Dudley (1858–1917) clerk and political activist
  2. Beattie, Robert (1860–1910) mechanical draftsman, anarchist, labourer, writer
  3. Drake, Francis Herbert (Frank) (1868–1939) ironworker, trade unionist and socialist activist
  4. Meehan, John Charles (Jack) (1865–1930) shearer, trade unionist, and politician
  5. Shillington, Richard Davis (Dick) (1868–1935) shearer and trade union official
  6. Dover, William (1860–1937) shearer and gaoled trade unionist
  7. Durkin, John Michael (Jack) (1880–1950) shearer, trade union official
  8. Roche, Thomas Lombard (1869–1942) drover, shearer, gaoled unionist
  9. McCarthy, William (1865–?) shearer, gaoled trade unionist
  10. Casey, Henry (1863–?) shearer, gaoled trade unionist
  11. Mabbott, William Searby (Billy) (1857–1920) wharf labourer, trade unionist
  12. Leck, Charles (1862–1929) drover, New Australia prospector
  13. Saunders, William (Billy) (1861–?) shearer, trade union leader
  14. Walker, Alfred (?–1898) compositor, journalist and trade union leader
  15. Dias, Louis (1863–1895) miner
  16. Dias, John Napthali (Jack) (1861–1924) cabinet-maker, trade union leader
  17. Creagh, Moncton (1862–1921) pastoral worker, gaoled trade unionist and pearler
  18. Blackmore, John Samuel (Jack) (1853–1931) printer, trade union leader
  19. Moloney, Thomas (1862–?) shearer, gaoled trade unionist
  20. McNamara, John (Happy Jack) (1867–1915) shearer and gaoled trade unionist
  21. Brandt, Paulus Johannus (1854–1934) pastrycook and trade union leader
  22. Prior, Charles (1854–?) labourer, gaoled trade unionist
  23. Gollan, Robin Allenby (Bob) (1917–2007) historian
  24. Gollan, Daphne Eileen (1918–1999) feminist and historian
  25. Origlass, Nicholas (Nick) (1908–1996) Trotskyist, trade unionist, environmentalist, and mayor
  26. Bromley, Edward Foord (1852–1934) drover, police constable, gaoled storekeeper
  27. Pirani, Henry Broughton (Harry) (1857–1941) book-keeper, gaoled trade union supporter
  28. Lowry, Thomas (1858–?) shearer and gaoled trade unionist
  29. Jeffries, John (1851–1900) labourer, selector, shearer and trade unionist
  30. Irwin, Andrew (1864–?) shearer and gaoled trade unionist
  31. Dobbin, Peter Joseph (Joe) (1868–1935) shearer and trade unionist
  32. Bergin, James (1883–1956) tramway employee and industrial officer
  33. Hastie, Peter Stuart (1864–1900) shearer, gaoled trade unionist
  34. Heathcote, John Thomas (1871–1943) labourer and trade unionist
  35. Martin, James (Shearblade Jim) (1862–1913) shearer and trade union leader
  36. Curtis, Walter (1861–1921) shearer, trade union leader and cab driver
  37. Bowes, David John (1867–1956) shearer and trade union leader
  38. Loyola, John (Jack) (1873–?) jockey, shearer, hairdresser and trade unionist
  39. Bladon, Herbert (1855–1917) iron roller, trade union leader, poultry farmer
  40. Cowling, Edward (1869–1932) labourer, trade unionist and miner
  41. Kewley, William (Billy) (1844–1906) shearer and trade union leader
  42. Bow, Richard Rowland (Dick) (1868–1941) shearer and trade union official
  43. Kitching, Kimberley Jane (1970–2022) lawyer and politician
  44. Bambrick, Valentine (1877–1956) shearer and hotelier
  45. Jackson, Henry James (Harry) (1862–1929) shearer, trade union leader and hotelier
  46. Brown, Alfred John (1858–?) shearer, labourer and trade union leader
  47. Fothergill, William (1859–1921) shearer, storekeeper, baker and trade union leader
  48. Cass, Moses Henry (Moss) (1927–2022) doctor and politician
  49. Smith-Barry, Henry Charles (1842–1928) shearer and trade union leader
  50. Prince, Robert (Bob) (1860–1937) shearer, and selector
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