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  1. Dunleavy, Francis Augustus (1879–1953) coalminer and trade union leader
  2. Bertram, William (Billy) (1875–1957) labor politician
  3. Bishop, Reginald (Reg) (1913–1999) politician
  4. Morgan, Thomas Richard (1871–1936) coalminer and trade union leader
  5. Northey, Richard (Dick) (1863–1953) compositor and trade unionist
  6. Stokes, Walter James (1879–1967) cook and labourer
  7. Hough, Thomas Joseph (Tom) (1890–1965) union secretary
  8. Anderson, Keith William (1916–1965) labor politician
  9. Tully, William (Bill) (1937–2021) librarian and social activist
  10. May, Richard John (1883–1927) baker and soldier
  11. Butler, James (1874–1945) coal lumper and bookmaker
  12. Biggers, Arthur (1873–1949) coalminer and auctioneer
  13. Burns, Albert (1875–1948) coalminer and produce merchant
  14. Gray, Archibald (1858–1940) coalminer and storekeeper
  15. Carter, Herbert (Bert) (1878–1958) tailor and trade union leader
  16. Parkes, Edward (1856–1929) coalminer and trade union leader
  17. Williams, David (Di) (1861–1951) coalminer and trade union leader
  18. Stenhouse, John Wilson (1874–1931) coal miner and trade union leader
  19. Rees, Daniel (1833–1905) coal miner and trade union leader
  20. Rees, Benjamin (Ben) (1875–1942) miner and trade union leader
  21. Buckley, Arthur William (1891–1974) tram conductor and labor politician
  22. Neilly, George (1863–1946) coal miner and trade union leader
  23. Hanlon, Henry (1853–1926) coal miner and trade unionist
  24. Rees, Daniel (Dan) (1866–1934) coal miner and politician
  25. Littlefair, William (1868–1953) miner and trade union leader
  26. Frith, Thomas (1850–1918) trade union leader and mayor
  27. Stevens, Joyce (1928–2014) feminist and historian
  28. Batterham, James Robert (Bob) (1909–1984) communist and trade union official
  29. Beard, Henry Elisha (Harry) (1866–1910) labor politician
  30. Beasley, Thomas (Tom) (1866–1912) trade union leader and writer
  31. Bass, George Philip (1900–1962) clerk and trade union leader
  32. Barty, Alexander George (1903–1968) boilermaker and trade union leader
  33. Barry, William Peter (1859–1939) labourer and trade union leader
  34. Barron, Evelyn (1898–1985) politician
  35. Barringer, Ethel (1883–1925) artist, teacher and peace activist
  36. Barras, Andrew (Andy) (1897–1971) plumber and communist
  37. Barnett, William Diggory (1875–1940) printer and trade union leader
  38. Barnes, Leslie Thomas (Les) (1905–1994) printer, communist and historian
  39. Reardon, Arthur Silvey (1888–1973) blacksmith, engineer and socialist
  40. Reardon, Alice Marcia (1889–1965) socialist and communist activist
  41. Kelly, Andrew Joseph (Andy) (1854–1913) wharf labourer and politician
  42. Thomson, Andrew (1858–1905) stonemason and trade union leader
  43. Barlow, Charles Medland (Charley) (1872–1902) compositor and trade union leader
  44. Baker, George Chitty (1858–1942) printer and trade union leader
  45. Baker, Clarence Wilbur (Carl) (1888–1967) optometrist and editor
  46. Baldwin, Laurence Fogarty (Laurie) (1920–1985) miner and trade union leader
  47. Baratto, Ernesto (Ernie) (1902–1974) canecutter and communist
  48. Barber, George Phillips (1863–1938) seaman and politician
  49. Barklay, Ronald (1921–2009) seaman and trade unionist
  50. Barclay, Hilda Violet (1905–1997) schoolteacher and trade union leader
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