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TOPICREFERENCE
O WILTON WESTON, architects 41.1 p 62
OAK HILL 32.1 p 19
OAKBROOK, St Ives 43.1 p 156, 157
OAKBURN, 5 Womerah Ave, Turramurra 30.1 p 55
OAKDEN LODGE, 21 Clifford St, Gordon 28.1 p 23
OAKDEN, Bowen Bridge 33.1 p 15
OAKDEN, Brisbane 33.1 p 37
OAKDEN, No. 12 Church St, Pymble see also Brockley 33.1 pp 14, 17, 32, 35, 37
OAKES, Alfred Willis, Pymble 37.1 pp 99-101
OAKES, Alice Mary, Qld 37.1 p 100
OAKES, Annie, Qld 37.1 p 100
OAKES, Augustus John 37.1 p 100
OAKES, Francis 42.1 p 29
OAKES, Henry Campbell Ker, farmer, Qld 37.1 p 100
OAKES, Janet (nee JOHNSTON) 37.1 p 100
OAKES, Nancy Lois (later FARRAND and BULLOCK) 37.1 p 100
OAKES, Nellie Madeline, Pymble, Roseville 37.1 pp 100-101
OAKES, Preston Augustus Ker, farmer, Qld 37.1 p 100
OAKES, Richard Leslie Ker, farmer, Qld 37.1 p 100
OAKES, WL, JP 34.1 p 18
OAKESHOTT FAMILY 13.4 p 5
OAKESHOTT, John Bernard, medical practitioner 44.1 p 57
OAKESHOTT, Elizabeth (nee Fowler) 44.1 p 57
OAKESHOTT, Enid (nee Thompson) 44.1 p 57
OAKESHOTT, Fanny Marion (nee Gosling) 44.1 p 57
OAKESHOTT, George John, architect 44.1 p 56,57
OAKESHOTT, Jane author 32.1 p 49
OAKESHOTT, Jonathon 44.1 p 57
OAKESHOTT, Joyce Marjory 44.1 p 57
OAKESHOTT, Kathleen Mary (marr. Francis Hugh Cummins) 44.1 p 57
OAKESHOTT, MURIEL, (marr. Joseph Jackson) 44.1 p 57
OAKESHOTT, Rob 44.1 p 57
OAKHILL, No 19 Ada Ave, Wahroonga 35.1 pp 16-18
OAKLEY, Elizabeth, Interviewee 24 Special Edition pp 6-7
OAKS HISTORICAL SOCIETY 29.1 p 33
OAKS, THE, aboriginal cemetery, Bobbin Head 4.4 p 7
OAKS, THE, Bobbin Head 43.1 p 140
OAKS, THE, cnr Pacific H'way and Stanhope Rd, Killara 41.1 p 25,26; 44.1 p 89
OAKSHOTT, George 44.1 p 3
OAKWOOD, No 25 Lucinda Ave, Wahroonga 35.1 pp 48-50
OATES, Nancy (later LE COUTER) 38.1 p 39
OATLEY 29.2 p 71
OATLEY & CAHILL, auctioneers, Sydney 38.1 p 12
OATLEY, A, Mrs 42.1 p 28
OATLEY, Eleanor 36.1 p 74; 42.1 p 8-10, 75; 44.1 p 4,12
OATLEY, Eleanor - Grant 42.1 p 10-12,
OATLEY, Eleanor, publican, Green Gate, Killara 12.4 pp 5-6
OATLEY, James 39.1 pp 123, 125; 42.1 p 9-11,
OATLEY, James (snr), convict watchmaker 33.1 p 9
OATLEY, James, Mayor of Sydney 43.1 p 116
OATLEY, James, MLA, alderman, mayor, victualler 29.2 p 61; 33.1 pp 8-9
OATLEY, James, publican, Green Gate, Killara 2.2 p 7
OATLEY, Mrs (James) 29.2 p 61
OATS 29.2 pp 61-62, 66
OBERLIN HARRIS, CH, Mrs, Pymble 37.1 p 116
OBERLIN HARRIS, Clara (nee SUTTOR) - see also HARRIS 37.1 pp 128-130
OBERLIN, Jean, Alsace 37.1 p 125
OBERLIN-HARRIS, Rev. John - see also HARRIS 37.1 p 112
OBERON CRESCENT 38.1 pp 119-120
OBERON, No 24, St Johns Ave, Gordon 38.1 pp 113, 118-120
O'BRIEN, (Mr) 34.1 p 5
O'BRIEN, Bartholomew, Sydney 36.1 p 6
O'BRIEN, Eileen 29.2 p 51
O'BRIEN, Ellen 42.1 p 34
O'BRIEN, Francis Warmack Ormond, Highfield, Turramurra, accountant, solicitor 31.1 p 51
O'BRIEN, George Augustus, theatre manager (Kings), Gordon 36.1 p 107
O'BRIEN, Geraldine, journalist 29.2 p 20
O'BRIEN, Helene E 42.1 p 34
O'BRIEN, Henry 38.1 p 76
O'BRIEN, James 43.1 p 106
O'BRIEN, Lillian May 42.1 p 34
O'BRIEN, Marion, Highfield, Turramurra 31.1 p 51
O'BRIEN, Mary Eileen 42.1 p 34
O'BRIEN, Mary Josephine (later MELDRUM) 38.1 p 92
O'BRIEN, Michael 43.1 p 106
O'BRIEN, Miss 29.2 p 52
O'BRIEN, Misses, kindergarten of 29.2 p 51
O'BRIEN, MJ, Mrs 33.1 p 46
O'BRIEN, Mollie 29.2 p 51
O'BRIEN, Mrs 29.2 p 51
O'BRIEN, Patrick 33.1 p 7
O'BRIEN, Patrick H 42.1 p 34, 38
O'BRIEN, surveyor 33.1 p 3
O'BRIEN, Thomas 42.1 p 14
O'BRIEN, Thomas, hotelkeeper 40.1 p 143
O'BRIEN, Wilfred 42.1 p 34
OBSERVATION DOME, land Dept building 29.2 p 17
OBSERVATORY, Chasecote, Turramurra 31.1 p 59
OBSERVATORY,THE, No 38 William St, North Sydney 35.1 p 37; 37.1 p 126
OBSERVER, Ku-ring-gai (local newspaper) 30.1 p 40
O'CALLAGHAN, Eleanor 44.1 p 22
O'CALLAGHAN, Michael 44.1 p 22
OCALOMA, No 18 Ada Ave, Wahroonga 31.1 p 59; 35.1 pp 11-12, 16-17; 40.1 p 121
OCCUPATION OF CROWN LAND 29.2 p 38
OCEAN ACCIDENT AND GUARANTEE CORP. LTD, 39.1 p 128
OCEAN INSURANCE COMPANY 38.1 p 81
OCEAN OUTFALLS, Malabar, Bondi 29.2 p 14
OCEAN ST, Waverley 32.1 p 7
OCHERT, Morris 41.1 p 159
OCHS, GP 33.1 p 58
OCHS, RC, builder 37.1 p 124
OCHS, Rudolph G, builder 30.1 p 2
O'CONNELL, Maurice, Sir 43.1 p 31
O'CONNOR, Alice Katherine (nee MORT) 38.1 p 22
O'CONNOR, Arthur Harry 38.1 p 22
O'CONNOR, Caroline 42.1 p 123
O'CONNOR, Charles, teacher 8.3 p 4.
O'CONNOR, Dan, Postmaster General 31.2 p 33
O'CONNOR, David Bourke theatre proprietor 32.1 p 35
O'CONNOR, Margaret Ann 38.1 p 22
O'CONNOR, Margaret, matron (Gordon Private Hospital) 36.1 p 28
O'CONNOR, Mary Frances, pupil teacher 18.1 p 4
O'CONNOR, Susan (later SULLIVAN) 36.1 p 46
O'CONNOR, Willam 36.1 p 12
O'CONOR, Broughton Barnabas, barrister & member NSW Parliament 41.1 p 45
O'CONOR, Broughton Beresford (also known as Berry) 41.1 p 45
O'CONOR, Broughton Jack 41.1 p 45, 51
O'CONOR, Eleanor Gertrude (nee James) 2nd wife of BB O'Conor 41.1 p 45, 46
O'CONOR, Icey Britannia Johnson (nee Barber) 41.1 p 45; 44.1 p 38
O'CONOR, Jennifer 41.1 p 45
O'CONOR, Margery Ethel (nee Halloran) 1st wife of BB O'Conor 41.1 p 45
OCTETTE PARTY, Major Donald's 36.1 p 103
O'DEA, Jonathan, State Member for Davidson 42.1 p 3
O'DEA, Kevin 41.1 p 105
O'DEA, Margaret Celene 41.1 p 105
ODLING, Ken, architect 40.1 p 107
O'DONNELL, Marian 42.1 p 119
OECHELE, Magdalena see DONISCH
O'FARRELL, [Mr] 36.1 p 63
O'FARRELL, Barry, Premier NSW 42.1 p 3
O'FENELL, Rolla 38.1 p 7
O'FERRALL, Ernest Francis, journalist, Sydney, Wahroonga 34.1 p 30
O'FERRALL, Florence - see TANTON
OFFICER DR 38.1 p 120
OFFICER, D 38.1 p 119
OFFICER, David PF 38.1 p 120
OFFICER, Forbes John David, barrister 40.1 p 18
OFFICER, Frances Melian 42.1 p 34
OFFICER, Susanne Windeyer 40.1 p 18
OFFICIAL GAS PRODUCER 34.1 p 60
OFFICIAL HISTORIES OF THE WAR 32.1 p 9
OFFICIAL HISTORY OF AUSTRALIA IN THE WAR OF 1914-1918, publication 32.1 p 7; 38.1 p 18
OGDEN, AH (Herbert), Lieutenant-Colonel 40.1 p 47
OGDEN, Claude 38.1 p 74
OGDEN, Violet 38.1 p 74
OGE, Elizabeth (later SPRINGTHORPE) 38.1 p 160
O'GRADY, Stephen 39.1 pp 15, 20
O'HANLON, George 39.1 p 175
O'HARA'S CREEK 43.1 p 6
O'HARE, Rebecca Louisa (later CURTIS) 38.1 p 17
O'HEHIR, Marie 40.1 p 49
OHMSEN, Eleanor, Singleton 37.1 p 142
OHMSEN, Walter Samuel, grocer, Pymble 37.1 pp 140-142
OKAMOTO, Tatsuzo 38.1 p 123
OKEDEN, Florence see BROWN
OKEDEN, Richard Parry 33.1 p 43
O'KEEFE, John 42.1 p 13
O'LAUGHLIN/O'LOGHLIN, James 37.1 p 83
OLD BURIAL GROUND, George St, Sydney 38.1 p 107
OLD ENGLISH GAME FOWLS 6.1 p 9
OLD GOVERNMENT SAWING ESTABLISHMENT, Killara 1.3 p 2; 10.2 p 6.
OLD JONES, Aborigine 30.1 p 8
OLD MAN'S VALLEY 29.2 p 65; 34.1 p 9
OLD NORTHERN RD, Castle Hill 32.1 p 19
OLD POLICE STATION, 1 Ku-ring-gai Ave, Turramurra 40.1 p 94
OLD SOUTH HEAD RD, 32.1 pp 7, 17
OLD SYDNEY TECHNICAL COLLEGE 43.1 p 139
OLD SYSTEM LAND DEEDS 29.2 p 36; 33.1 p 7; 36.1 p 22
OLD SYSTEM PURCHASERS' INDEX 36.1 p 22
OLDFIELD, Bert 33.1 p 16
OLDFIELD, Linda, Sister 36.1 p 12
OLDFIELD, Olive, nurse 33.1 p 16
OLIVE family 43.1 p 147
OLIVE, Miss (Warrawee Public School) 35.1 p 87
OLIVE, Mr, blacksmith & racehorse owner , Gordon 8.3 p 5; 21. 2 p 12; 43.1 p 147
OLIVE, Sister, resident, Turramurra 21.2 p 12
OLIVER 29.2 p 71
OLIVER RD, Roseville 32.1 p 31, 32
OLIVER, Bridget 33.1 pp 7-8; 39.1 pp 111, 114-115
OLIVER, Bridget see also BULLOCK 38.1 p 109
OLIVER, Charlotte 33.1 p 7
OLIVER, Charlotte see JOHNSON
OLIVER, Helena (later BURNETT) 37.1 p 134
OLIVER, Henry 36.1 p 92; 39.1 p 155; 43.1 p 23
OLIVER, Henry, convict 33.1 p 8
OLIVER, Henry, grant 44.1 p 3,4,6,12
OLIVER, Henry, pioneer 4.4 p 2; 5.1 p 6; 5.4 p 12; 32.1 p 12
OLIVER, John 33.1 p 50
OLIVER, John, wheelwright 33.1 p 8
OLIVER, Judi, author 37.1 p 125
OLIVER, map of grant, Gordon Parish 36.1 p 7
OLIVER, Margaret Ann - see also KNOX 35.1 p 5
OLIVER, Margaret see SHILDEN
OLIVER, Mary, William 33.1 p 8
OLIVER, Mr 43.1 p 122
OLIVER, Mr, Chief Railway Commissioner 44.1 p 5
OLIVER, Mr, Warrawee Public School committee member 35.1 p 85
OLIVER, Thomas, farmer, Pittwater 36.1 p 11
OLIVER, William 33.1 p 8; 42.1 p 9; 43.1 p 98
OLIVER, William, farmer, Pittwater 36.1 p 11
OLIVER'S GRANT 32.1 p 12
OLLEVANT, Lila Isobel - see also ANDERSON 36.1 p 23
OLLEVANT, Lila, author & resident, Gordon 14.1 pp 1-3; 16.2 p 3
OLLEVANT, Phillip Harold 36.1 p 29
OLLIVER, C E 35.1 p 68
OLLIVER, Frederick Kingston, merchant, Sydney 37.1 p 104
OLLIVER, Mr 29.2 p 66
O'LOAN, Charles 42.1 p 136
O'LOAN, Francis George, licensed victualler 42.1 p 136
O'LOAN, Kathleen (Kate) Aloysius, licensed victualler 42.1 p 136
O'LOAN, Kathleen Mary 42.1 p 136
O'LOAN, Patrick Francis (Frank), licensed victualler 42.1 p 136
O'LOGHLIN/O'LAUGHLIN, James 37.1 p 83
OLSSEN, Ronald 40.1 p 23
OLYMPIA, Petersham 36.1 p 103
OLYMPIC POOL, municipal, Ku-ring-gai area 30.1 p 30
OLYMPIC SWIMMERS 32.1 p 3
OLYMPICS, 1912 29.2 pp 8, 9
O'MEALEY, [Mr], criminal 36.1 p 41
OMNIBUS INN, George St (Sydney) 34.1 p 5
ON LEE, Dr 41.1 p 7
On The Wool Track published, by C Bean 32.1 p 7
ONE CHAIN RD, Roseville 28.1 p 6
One Hundred Years Ago: Life on Sydney's Upper North Shore (1996) 32.1 p 48
ONE TREE HILL INN (later PERRY"S HOTEL), Mount Victoria 39.1 p 25
ONEIDA, 4 Northcote Ave, Killara 42.1 p 76-79
O'NEIL, L 39.1 p 132
O'NEILL, Alice Hurst 44.1 p 31
O'NEILL, Brian 44.1 p 31
O'NEILL, CJ, builder 41.1 p 46
O'NEILL, Denis 44.1 p 31
O'NEILL, Dr, Turramurra 8.3 p 5; 21.2 p 9; 22.4 p 11; 43.1 p 144, 146
O'NEILL, Eileen, 39.1 p 137
O'NEILL, Eileen, b1909 39.1 p 105
O'NEILL, Florence (Ethel) Emily Ethel (nee Milmine) 44.1 p 31
O'NEILL, Grace Margaret 44.1 p 31
O'NEILL, Jane 39.1 p 10
O'NEILL, John Milmine 44.1 p 31
O'NEILL, John, merchant 44.1 p 30,31
O'NEILL, Josephine (nee Harley) 39.1 p 105
O'NEILL, Kathleen Lily 44.1 p 31
O'NEILL, Mary Gertrude (Goodie) (nee Clift) 44.1 p 31
O'NEILL, Michael 39.1 pp 103-105
O'NEILL, Rosanna (nee O'Brien) 44.1 p 31
O'NEILL, William, Dr, Turramurra 35.1 p 94
ONGLEY, Elizabeth Mary, (nee Walsh) 39.1 p 75
ONGLEY, Ivy 35.1 p 20
ONGLEY, Wiliam Savage 39.1 p 75
ONIONS, Samuel 43.1 p 23
ON-SITE AUCTION 32.1 p 13
ONTARIO AVE, Roseville 29.1 p 18; 30.1 pp 32-33; 31.2 p 44; 32.1 p 33;
OOMOOBAH, residence, No 9 Bangalla St, Warrawee 39.1 p 31
OPEN AIR CAMPAIGNERS 35.1 p 48
OPEN AIR CAMPAIGNERS, interdenominational evangelists 39.1 p 31
OPEN AIR PICTURE SHOW, Gordon 39.1 p 164
OPEN FIREPLACES 31.1 p 20
OPEN KILN BRICKS, Ku-ring-gai Ave, Turramurra 31.1 pp 47, 49
OPENING OF RAILWAY LINE 32.1 pp 24, 25
OPHTHALMOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF NSW 35.1 p 52
OPIE, WR 35.1 p 7
ORAL HISTORIES 29.1 p 19; 24 Special Edition p 4
ORAL HISTORIES, Aboriginal 30.1 p 10
ORAL HISTORY SOCIETY, NSW Branch 29.1 p 13
Oral History, by Rosemary Block 28.1 p 31
ORANA, 9 Northcote Ave, Lindfield 41.1 p 57
ORANA, No 60 Pymble Ave, Pymble 38.1 p 23
ORANGE AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL ASSOCIATION 38.1 p 123
ORANGE AND FRUIT ORCHARDS 40.1 pp 5-8, 12-13, 16, 19, 26-27, 32, 35, 59, 92; 43.1 p 43,98,117,122,139,155,157
ORANGE LEADER, newspaper 36.1 p 104
ORANGE LODGE 37.1 p 10
ORANGE TREE, THE , inn (probably at Pymble) 42.1 p 65
ORANGERIES 29.2 pp 62, 67, 70; 44.1 p 11,12,16
ORANGERY, THE, orchard on Lane Cove River 33.1 p 6; 41.1 p 93
ORANGES 29.2 p 62; Pymble -32.1 p 21, 23
ORANGES, grapes, peaches, apricots, Roseville 30.1 p 34
ORBELL, William 39.1 p 25
ORCHARD 41.1 p 8, 10, 16, 20, 93, 118, 122
ORCHARD FARM BLOCKS, Gordon 36.1 p 83
ORCHARD HOUSE, No.19 Wellesley Rd, Pymble see also Beverley, Willow Wood 33.1 p 18
ORCHARD HOUSE, St James Church Lane 43.1 p 145
ORCHARD, Buckingham's 37.1 p 3
ORCHARD, Edwin Roy, architect 42.1 p 122, 129
ORCHARD, Edwin, architect 35.1 pp 17, 19; 39.1 p 137
ORCHARD, J, Cook 36.1 pp 43, 45, 48, 50
ORCHARD, Lemon Hedge 37.1 p 3
ORCHARD, W, Professor director 33.1 p 45
ORCHARDALE ESTATE 39.1 pp 10-12
ORCHARDISTS Ku-ring-gai also search using "orchardist" 13.2 p 4; 29.2 p 38, 61-62, 64, 66, 78; 31.2 p 3; 32.1 pp 20, 22
ORCHARDS AND FARMS, Ku-ring-gai 32.1 p 12; 33.1 p 1; 42.1 p 8, 16, 18, 22, 31, 32, 65-68, 75; 43.1 p10,15,30,31,35,38,42,4749,5456,61,64,77,79,82,84,87,94,98,103,107,110112,115,116,119,137140,142,143,155160.166; 44.1 p 41, 42, 78
ORCHARDS Gordon 1.2 p 7; 5.3 p 3; 14.1 pp 5-6; 16.1 p 7; 17 McIntosh St ~30.1 p 1; Hornsby ~ 31.2 p 17; Killara ~ 5.1 p 4;9.2 pp 11 & 14; Ku-ring-gai ~ 13.4 p 9; 30.1 pp 26-27; Lady Davidson Hospital, North Turramurra ~ 29.1 p 41; Lane Cove ~ 9.4 p 11; Lindfield ~ 1.2;
O'REILLY FAMILY 8.3 p 8; 9.4 pp 2-6; 9.3 pp 2-7; 32.1 p 30; 33.1 p 40; 38.1 p 161; 42.1 p 103; 43.1 p 151, 152
O'REILLY FAMILY, Pymble 38.1 p 65
O'REILLY MEDICAL PRACTICE, Pymble 9.4 pp 2-6
O'REILLY, Alwyn Cresswell, b1910 38.1 p 163, 39.1 pp 77, 101
O'REILLY, Bernard 42.1 p 109
O'REILLY, Bernard, doctor 32.1 p 29
O'REILLY, Betty Youdale, b1938 39.1 p 78
O'REILLY, Councillor (Ku-ring-gai) 37.1 p 57
O'REILLY, Cresswell 38.1 p 65
O'REILLY, Daisy Evelyn (nee Hudson), b1888 39.1 p 83
O'REILLY, Dr 29.2 p 64; 33.1 p 40; 36.1 p 11; 37.1 p 115; 39.1 p 21
O'REILLY, Dulcie Monica, (nee Pierce) 39.1 pp 77, 101
O'REILLY, Dulcy (Miss) 37.1 p 29
O'REILLY, Emily 39.1 p 83
O'REILLY, Emily Cherry (nee Caldwell), 1876-1952 39.1 p 82
O'REILLY, Emily N, (nee Williams), d1930 39.1 p 82
O'REILLY, Ethel Jane, (nee Vickery), 1882-1959 39.1 p 77
O'REILLY, Ethel Jane, daughter of Walter Cresswell 39.1 p 78
O'REILLY, family doctor Pymble 32.1 p 30
O'REILLY, Henry D'Arcy, 1885-1963 39.1 pp 82-83; 44.1 p 71
O'REILLY, John Bernard, d1923 39.1 p 82
O'REILLY, Lillian Edith (nee Brasnett), 1882-1957 39.1 p 83
O'REILLY, Linnell, Dr 32.1 p 30
O'REILLY, Malcolm Vickery, b1913 39.1 pp 77-78
O'REILLY, Malcolm, author 9.3 pp 2-7; 9.4 pp 2-6; 10.4 p 7; 16.1 pp 1-6; 21.3 p 8
O'REILLY, Malcolm, postmaster 33.1 p 16
O'REILLY, Mary Narcissa, (nee Taylor), 1856-1933 39.1 pp 77, 81-82
O'REILLY, Merrick Fletcher, Dr, 1889-1957 39.1 pp 81-83
O'REILLY, Merrick, Dr 32.1 p 30
O'REILLY, Narcissa Partridge, (Narch) 1882-1964 39.1 pp 82-83; 43.1 p 89, 151
O'REILLY, Narcissa, (nee Partridge), b1824, prev. marriage Taylor 39.1 p 82
O'REILLY, Norma Ellen (nee Jordon), 1891-1943 39.1 p 84
O'REILLY, Olive, Dr 32.1 p 30
O'REILLY, Oscar Meredith, accountant, d1982 39.1 p 84
O'REILLY, Oscar Meredith, b1894 39.1 p 82
O'REILLY, Oswald Rhodes, 1887-1891 39.1 p 82
O'REILLY, Susannah Hennessy, Dr (Susie), (nee Cresswell) b1881 8.3 p 5; 9.4 pp 2 & 13; 32.1 pp 29-30; 32.1 pp 29-30; 39.1 pp 81-83, 155; 43.1 p 152
O'REILLY, Theophilus Linnell, Dr (Linn), 1879-1948 39.1 pp 77, 81-83, 156
O'REILLY, Thomas, Chaplain 35.1 p 61
O'REILLY, Walter 33.1 p 45
O'REILLY, Walter Cresswell, Mayor of Ku-ring-gai 9.3 pp 3-4; 9.4 p 4; 16.2 p 2; 30.1 pp 28, 39; 33.1 pp 16, 51; 36.1 pp 36-38, 59, 61. 37.1 pp 29, 58, 140; 39.1 pp 77-78, 81-82, 156; 42.1 p 57
O'REILLY, Walter Dr 39.1 pp 64-72
O'REILLY, Walter Le Croix, Dr, b c1824 32.1 p 29; 39.1 pp 81-82
O'REILLY, Walter William Joseph, 1847-1919, Dr 39.1 pp 33. 36, 77, 81-82
O'REILLY, Walter, Dr, Pymble 37.1 p 140
O'REILLY, WJO, solicitor ???? 36.1 p 40
O'REILLY, WWJ, Pymble, Dr 5.2 p 11; 9.3 pp 2-3; 32.1 p 29; 33.1 p 17; 43.1 p 89, 119, 151
O'REILLY. Winifred Lillian Jean (nee Macfayden), 1916-1992 39.1 p 84
ORGAN, The Christie see CHRISTIE ORGAN
ORGAN, Town hall 29.2 p 17
ORIELTON, Ocean St, Waverley 32.1 p 7
ORIENT LINE BUILDING, 2-6 Spring St, 39.1 p 99
ORIENT, ship 38.1 p 47; 41.1 p 22, 94, 95
ORIENTAL BANK CORPORATION 35.1 p 8
ORILEY, Dr 39.1 p 51
ORINOCO ST, No. 1, Pymble 41.1 p 105
ORINOCO ST, Pymble 17.3 p 13; 37.1 pp 83-84, 86, 103, 112-114, 116-120, 121-123, 125-136; 39.1 pp 39, 173
ORINOCO, ship 37.1 p 113
ORLEANS/MOERAKI/MILNER ROYD, 23 Karranga Ave, Killara 44.1 p 28,29
ORME ST, (later PARK CRESCENT) 39.1 pp 36, 41, 45
ORME, Edward Colliers 39.1 pp 33-36, 39, 54
ORME, KEIGWIN & CO, wine & spirit merchants, 308 George St, 39.1 pp 35, 172
ORME, Louisa 39.1 p 35
ORME, Owen 39.1 p 35
ORMISTON, Adrian, Marjorie, Roslyn, Valerie 33.1 p 19
ORMISTON, Enid (later ROSSELL) 37.1 p 132
ORMISTON, Faulkner Andrew, dentist 33.1 pp 18-20
ORMISTON, Gertrude VISRG 35.1 p 41
ORMISTON, Gertrude VISRG (nee Brown) 42.1 p 30, 40, 46, 48, 56, 60
ORMISTON, John Campbell, Major, marr. GVISRG Brown 42.1 p 17, 30, 60
ORMISTON, Valerie 33.1 pp 19-20
ORMOND, King Edward St, Pymble 42.1 p 97
ORMONDE, ship 38.1 p 16; 41.1 p 63; 44.1 p 36
ORMUZ see also SS ORMUZ 44.1 p 26,28
ORONTES, ship 39.1 p 55
O'RORKE, Brian, architect 39.1 p 99
O'ROURKE, Catherine - see also RORKE 38.1 p 143
O'ROURKE, Jeremiah 44.1 p 86
OROYA, ship 39.1 p 130; 42.1 p 34
Orphanage in West Pymble, An, by Helen Malcher 28.2 pp 43-45
ORPHEUM THEATRE, Cremorne (now HAYDEN ORPHEUM PICTURE PALACE) 39.1 p 30
ORPHEUM THEATRE, North Sydney 39.1 p 30
ORR, Charles, fireman 35.1 p 52
ORR, Marjorie (later GREGORY) 37.1 p 122
ORR, Mr, farmer, NZ 36.1 p 11
ORR, Mrs 36.1 p 11
ORR, Norman Victor 37.1 p 150
ORR, Philip R 38.1 p 40
ORR, Una see MEYNINK
ORR, Wm M 35.1 p 2
ORSOVA, ship 42.1 p 97; 44.1 p 39,88
ORTEN, No 53 Ada Ave, Wahroonga - see also INNISFREE 35.1 pp 16-17, 24
ORTONA BUILDINGS Wentworth Ave, Sydney 32.1 p 10
ORTONA RD, Lindfield 32.1 pp 6, 7, 8, 10
ORTONA, 56 Ku-ring-gai Ave, Turramurra 40.1 p 132
ORWELL, No 53 Lucinda Ave, Wahroonga 35.1 pp 36, 40
ORWELL, No. 3 Turuga St, Turramurra 40.1 p 79
ORWIN, James, d1965 39.1 p 159
OSBORN, Oliver 36.1 p 12
OSBORN, Susan (later McIntosh) 36.1 p 12
OSBORNE, Ada 33.1 p 24
OSBORNE, Alick 40.1 p 68
OSBORNE, Charles 33.1 p 20
OSBORNE, Dorothea Lucy (nee Titmus) 40.1 p 68
OSBORNE, Dorothea, Turramurra 31.1 p 49
OSBORNE, George Wingrove, mining engineer 42.1 p 72
OSBORNE, Harry Richmond 40.1 p 68
OSBORNE, Henry Richard, Turramurra, solicitor 31.1 p 49
OSBORNE, Nancy 40.1 p 68
OSBOURNE, Ida Elizabeth 36.1 p 104
OSENTON, Ralph 38.1 p 122
OSER, FOMBERTAUX AND ASSOCIATES, architects 41.1 p 102
OSLO LUNCHES 37.1 p 39
OSMOND, Jean (nee GREGORY) 37.1 p 122
O-SO-SOFT, product trademark (Chicago Flour/Starch Mills) 36.1 p 78
OSTERLEY, ship 37.1 p 77; 38.1 p 93
OSTLAND, Oscar 38.1 p 131
O'SULLIVAN RD, Killara 13.4 p 11
O'SULLIVAN, Edward William, Minister for Works 13.4 pp 11-12
OSWALD FAMILY 38.1 pp 20, 22
OSWALD, Amelia Louisa (nee SAYERS) 38.1 pp 20, 22
OSWALD, Annette Louise (nee GILLES) see GILLES
OSWALD, Francis Gilles 38.1 p 22
OSWALD, Glenester Lewis 38.1 p 20
OSWALD, L 44.1 p 5
OSWALD, Lewis 38.1 p 12
OSWALD, Lewis Francis Gilles 38.1 p 20
OSWALD, Mavis Leila (later CARPENTER) 37.1 p 120; 38.1 p 20
OSWALD, Mr 37.1 p 114
OSWALD, Yvonne ML (later JACOBS) 38.1 p 20
OSWALD'S BONDED AND FREE STORE, Kent St, Millers Point, Sydney 38.1 p 20
OTIUM/TOMERUP, Florence St (now 21 Karranga Ave), Killara 41.1 p 102; 44.1 p 26-28
OTOLARYNGOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF AUSTRALIA 38.1 p 59
O'TOOLE, Jack 36.1 p 15
O'TOOLE, Laurence, publican 43.1 p 112
OTRANTO, ship 28.1 p 43; 39.1 p 128; 44.1 p 36
OULD, HH 38.1 p 142
OUR BEAUTIFUL HOMES 41.1 p 77
OUR CONVICT PIONEERS 32.1 p 49
OUTHOUSE 29.2 p 55; Stapleton ~ 29.1 p 7; Ku-ring-gai Ave, Turramurra ~ 31.1 pp 44-45, 47, 51, 58, 60; Turramurra ~ 30.1 pp 53, 58, 61
OUTLOOK, THE, No 16 Roland Ave, Wahroonga 35.1 p 68
OVAL, Campbell Drive, Wahroonga 35.1 p 72
OVAL, North Pymble 7.4 p 6.
OVENS, T, Governor's Private Secretary 33.1 p 3
OVERBRIDGE, Park Ave, Gordon 36.1 p 120
OVERHEAD BRIDGE, Pymble 32.1 pp 24, 25
OVERSEER 29.2 p 64
OWEN, AJ, builder 40.1 p 70
OWEN, Benjamin 39.1 p 163
OWEN, Benjamin James 36.1 p 24
OWEN, Gertrude W (later SUTTON) 38.1 p 31
OWEN, Mary 39.1 p 168
OWEN, Samuel 39.1 p 168
OWEN, Stanley 37.1 p 149
OWEN, Stanley, carpenter, Pymble 37.1 p 144
OWENS, Ellen Mary (later LOFBERG) 38.1 p 143
OWENS, Ernest Stanley (accountant) 44.1 p 56
OWENS, Harriet (later BRUNTWELL) 38.1 p 21
OWENS, Margaret Clara (nee Brown) 44.1 p 56
OXBY, Emily 44.1 p 28
OXBY, Leslie 44.1 p 28
OXBY, Ruth Sarah (nee Coates) 44.1 p 26,28
OXBY, Sidney George, clerk 44.1 p 26,28
OXBY, William 44.1 p 28
OXENHAM, Brian Bede 39.1 p 56
OXENHAM, Brian Bede, Lieutenant, RANR 40.1 p 87
OXENHAM, Douglas Bede 39.1 pp 56-57
OXENHAM, Eileen Rubie (nee MURPHY) 39.1 p 56
OXENHAM, Elizabeth (later CAHILL) 39.1 pp 56-57
OXENHAM, Elizabeth (nee WAKFER) 39.1 p 56
OXENHAM, Humphrey 39.1 p 56
OXENHAM, Mary Eileen (Mollie) 39.1 p 56
OXFORD (University) 32.1 p 7
OXFORD ST, Sydney 33.1 p 10
OXLEY BUSH GORDON, Diocese of 29.2 p 40
OXLEY BUSH GORDON, District of 34.1 p 4
OXLEY, Jim 33.1 p 24
OXLEY, John 29.2 p 17
P AND A SOCIETY AND RACE CLUB, Albury 36.1 p 125
PA see Primary Application
PACEY, Milverton Reginald Arthur, theatre owner, Gordon 36.1 pp 107-108
PACEY, Mr, exhibitor, Ryde 36.1 p 107
PACEY, Mrs 36.1 p 108
PACEY, R. A., theatre owner, Gordon 16.1 p 8
PACIFIC CABLE BOARD, Sydney 35.1 p 50; 41.1 p 80
PACIFIC HIGHWAY also LANE COVE RD, 1.1 pp 6-7 2.1 pp 8-9; 2.3 pp 1 & 4; 4.1 p 6; 5.4 p 11; 7.4 p 13; 10.1 p 3; 11.1 pp 9-10; 12.1 p 12; 12.2 pp 10 & 12; 12.4 p 1; 13.1 pp 10 & 12; ?13.2 p 4; 13.3 p 11; 13.4 p 7; 14.1 pp 3,6 & 12; 14.2 p 4; 16.2 p 4; 29.1 pp 7-8, 12; 29.2 p 39; 30.1 pp 26-2; 39.1 p 72; 43.1 p 35; Killara 44.1 p 6
PACIFIC HIGHWAY HOUSES 38.1 pp 67, 71-74
PACIFIC HIGHWAY, east side (Bobbin Head Rd, - Warrangi St,) 39.1 pp 24-31
PACIFIC HIGHWAY, Gordon 42.1 p 26
PACIFIC HIGHWAY, No. 1405, Turramurra 42.1 p 152
PACIFIC HIGHWAY, No. 168, Roseville 41.1 p 113
PACIFIC HIGHWAY, No. 560, Killara 42.1 p 79
PACIFIC HIGHWAY, No. 6/154, Roseville 41.1 p 113
PACIFIC HIGHWAY, No. 651, Killara 42.1 p 132
PACIFIC HIGHWAY, No. 730, Gordon 42.1 p 50
PACIFIC HIGHWAY, No. 828, Gordon 42.1 p 49
PACIFIC HIGHWAY, No. 9/635, Killara 41.1 p 78
PACIFIC HIGHWAY, No. 94, Roseville 42.1 p 97
PACIFIC HIGHWAY, North Sydney 34.1 p 9
PACIFIC HIGHWAY, Nos 1147, 1149, 1151-1153 39.1 p 28
PACIFIC HIGHWAY, Nos 1157 & 1159 39.1 pp 28-29
PACIFIC HIGHWAY, Nos 1161 & 1163 39.1 pp 28-30
PACIFIC HIGHWAY, Nos 724, 738, 740 & 744, Gordon, 38.1 p 147
PACIFIC HIGHWAY, Nos 983-985, Pymble, 36.1 p 86
PACIFIC HIGHWAY, Pymble , c1948 (photo) 38.1 p 27
PACIFIC HIGHWAY, Turramurra 41.1 p 151
PACIFIC INS. Company 41.1 p 16
PACIFIC INSURANCE COMPANY 38.1 p 38
PACIFIC THEATRE, Manly 39.1 p 30
PACIFIC, paddle-steamer 41.1 p 147
PACKARD, Margaret Elizabeth Ruth (nee Bedwell) 41.1 p 82
PACKARD, Roland Osborne 41.1 p 82
PACKARD, Tony, motor dealer, MLA 33.1 p 60
PACKER, Frank 38.1 p 95
PACKER, Frank, Sir 41.1 p 157
PACKER, Robert Clyde 42.1 p 86
PACKET BOATS, Parramatta 31.2 pp 4-5
PADDINGTON 32.1 pp 16, 17
PADDINGTON CHOCOLATES 42.1 p 135
PADDINGTON COUNCIL 32.1 p 16
PADDINGTON MAYOR 32.1 p 16
PADDINGTON TOWN HALL 32.1 p 17
PADDLE STEAMERS 4.2 p 7
Paddock Full of Houses, by Max Kelly 32.1 p 16
PADDOCKS, Gordon 29.1 p 24; for horses, Ryde area ~ 31.2 p 6; Kaludabah, Turramurra ~ 31.2 p 58; North Ryde ~ 31.2 p 6
PADDY'S FOREST see ST IVES SHOWGROUND
PADDYS MARKET, Rast Brothers' stall 35.1 p 96
PAGE family 42.1 p 103
PAGE, Charles 42.1 p 103
PAGE, Donald Alan Geoffrey, grazier 42.1 p 103
PAGE, Douglas Maund Ritchie, law clerk 42.1 p 103
PAGE, Earle Charles (son of Sir E Page) 42.1 p 98, 103
PAGE, Earle Christmas Grafton, Sir, leader Country Party 32.1 p 10; 42.1 p 98, 103, 104
PAGE, Elizabeth (nee Craig) 42.1 p 103-105
PAGE, Ethel Esther (nee Blunt) 42.1 p 103, 104
PAGE, Helen Mary (nee Loftus) 42.1 p 103
PAGE, Iven Alastair, surgeon (also Ivan p. 103) 42.1 p 98, 103-105
PAGE, Jean (nee Thomas) 42.1 p 103
PAGE, Mary Ethel De La Force (nee Page)(marr. WB Tart) 42.1 p 103, 104
PAGE, Mary Joanna Hadden (nee Cox) 42.1 p 103
PAGE, Norm, reserve volunteer fireman (Gordon Fire Station), garage proprietor 37.1 p 70
PAGE, WP, architect 37.1 p 119
PAGE, WS, Wahroonga 14.4 p 11
PAGODA LIBRARY, Roseville 31.2 p 39
PAIGE, Marion see DAY
PAIGE, Thomas 35.1 p 37
PAISLEY, William, Mayor of Burwood 42.1 p 130
PAKEHA, ship 42.1 p 151
PALACE EMPORIUM 37.1 p 118
PALACE FIRE 1882 36.1 p 16
PALACE, THE, picture show, Gladesville 36.1 p 52
PALING, WH, musician, merchant, philanthropist 33.1 p 68; 34.1 p 16
PALING, Willem H 36.1 p 42
PALINGS, piano 35.1 p 87
PALLIN, Nancy, conservationist 36.1 p 37
PALM BEACH 31.2 p 9
PALM BEACH CITIZENS ASSOCIATION 36.1 p 53
PALM BEACH SURF LIFE SAVING CLUB 36.1 p 53
PALM ST, St Ives 33.1 p 53
PALM TREES, Lady Davidson hospital, North Turramurra 29.1 pp 38, 41
PALMER, Ann, author 38.1 p 44
PALMER, B 44.1 p 68
PALMER, Joan 38.1 p 19
PALMER, John, Commissary General 37.1 p 7; 43.1 p 30
PALMER, Lucy Elizabeth 41.1 p 112
PALMER, Mrs 43.1 p 150
PALMER, Vance 40.1 p 46
PALVLOVA, ballerina 38.1 p 69
PAMBULA, 23 Clifford St, Gordon 28.1 p 23
PAN LAVATORY 29.2 p 55
PANNIFEX, Dorothy Orr (nee Roberts) 44.1 p 26
PANNIFEX, Harry, accountant 44.1 p 26
PANNIFEX, Jocelyn Ann 44.1 p 26
PANNIFEX, Ross Graham, solicitor 44.1 p 26
PANORAMA OF GORDON, photograph 37.1 pp 30-31
PANTANO, F 38.1 p 120
PANTANO, Frank 38.1 p 120
PANTANO, Olga Mary Elizabeth (later SCIACCA) 38.1 p 120
PANTANO, P 38.1 p 120
PANTON, Geo, coroner 36.1 p 92
PANTRIES 29.2 p 9
PAPER QUILL 29.2 p 51
PARAGON ESTATE,THE 33.1 pp 21-22
PARAMOUNT, theatre?? 36.1 p 108
PARENTS AND CITIZENS ASSOCIATION, Lindfield 32.1 pp 2, 3
PARFITT, John 33.1 p 56
PARFORD, Jim, sawyer 4.1 p 10.
PARIS THEATRE, Liverpool St, Sydney - see also TATLER 36.1 p 106
PARISH MAP OF GORDON 33.1 pp 5, 12; 35.1 p 2; 39.1 pp 4-5
PARISH MAP OF GORDON (part, undated) 40.1 p 90
PARISH MAP OF GORDON, 1906 44.1 p 4
PARISH MAP OF GORDON, part of (dated 1893) 37.1 p 4; 40.1 p 3; 44.1 p 2
PARISH MAP, Gordon 1835 39.1 p 2
PARISH OF GORDON see also Gordon Parish 33.1 pp 1, 6, 9-10, 39; 34.1 pp 1, 3, 4; 35.1 pp 2-3, 34, 94; 43.1 p 17,50,58,60,72,77; 44.1 p 12
PARISH OF GORDON, early education and religion 38.1 p 99
PARISH OF GORDON, partial map of grants, 1856 36.1 p 3
PARISH OF SOUTH COLAH 34.1 p 1
PARISH OF ST JAMES, Sydney 31.2 p 23-26
PARISH, Walter G, solicitor, Turramurra, Wahroonga (Redleaf) 30.1 p 47; 35.1 p 20; 41.1 p 91; 43.1 p 61,62
PARIWA [PARRIWI] RD, No. 6, Mosman 41.1 p 49
PARK AVE, Gordon 6.4 p 6; 9.1 p 6; 9.4 p 6; 14.1 pp 1-2; 16.1 p 12; 16.2 pp 1 & 3; 30.1 p 37; 36.1 pp 17, 22-34, 120; 37.1 pp 19-20, 30, 55; 43.1 p 69
PARK Ave, No.8, Gordon 44.1 p 31
PARK AVE, Roseville 9.2 p 8
PARK BROS, building firm 36.1 p 57
PARK CRES. No. 8, Pymble 41.1 p 101
PARK CRESCENT (prev. ORME ST,) 39.1 pp 36, 38, 41-48,64-66
PARK CRESCENT, Gordon 33.1 p 16
PARK CRESCENT, No 2 39.1 pp 44-45
PARK CRESCENT, No 34-36 39.1 p 46
PARK CRESCENT, No 4A - see also WARRAWONG 39.1 p 48
PARK CRESCENT, No. 34, Pymble 44.1 p 38
PARK ESTATE 39.1 p 50
PARK FAMILY, builders 36.1 p 57; 37.1 p 149
PARK ST, Nos 22, 24, 26 & 40 39.1 p 47
PARK VIEW, townhouses, Park Cres 39.1 p 42
PARK, Barbara 36.1 p 56
PARK, Catherine 36.1 p 56; 42.1 p 109
PARK, David 36.1 p 56
PARK, David Pollack, builder, Sydney 36.1 p 57
PARK, Gavan 36.1 p 56
PARK, George Wellington Earnshaw, builder 37.1 p 151; 41.1 p 86
PARK, George, builder 37.1 p 146
PARK, George, Chatswood 37.1 p 142
PARK, Gloria 37.1 p 151
PARK, James Wallace, Scottish stonemason 36.1 pp 52, 56
PARK, James, builder, Chatswood, Gordon 36.1 pp 50, 52, 56-58
PARK, John Hepburn, builder 36.1 pp 52, 56-57
PARK, Ken 36.1 p 57
PARK, Mary 36.1 p 56
PARK, Mr 39.1 p 91
PARK, Robert Wallace, builder-developer, Killara 33.1 p 60; 36.1 p 57; 37.1 pp 140-141, 149-150; 42.1 p 106, 107, 109
PARK, Robert, builder 36.1 pp 52, 56
PARK, RW 39.1 p 55
PARK, Wallace, builder, AIF 36.1 pp 52, 56
PARK, William 36.1 pp 52, 56
PARKER, AL, Waitara 36.1 p 48
PARKER, Alfred Livingstone, Sir, Lord Mayor of Sydney 43.1 p 79
PARKER, Amy 38.1 p 12; 39.1 p 163
PARKER, Benjamin 38.1 p 12
PARKER, Benjamin F 33.1 pp 42-43
PARKER, Benjamin Frederick 39.1 p 36
PARKER, Benjamin Fredric 39.1 pp 21, 46, 69, 163
PARKER, Benjamin Paterson 39.1 p 30
PARKER, H, newsagent, 106 Pacific Highway, Roseville 32.1 p 33
PARKER, Harry 36.1 p 118
PARKER, Margaret 39.1 p 30
PARKER, Mr 30.1 p 47; 35.1 p 86
PARKER, W, lawyer 42.1 p 28
PARKER, William Manderville 38.1 p 12
PARKER'S EQUITY PRACTICE IN NSW, publication 38.1 p 23
PARKES GOVERNMENT, NSW 42.1 p 12
PARKES, Annie & Clarinda 31.2 pp 28, 32
PARKES, Annie Thomasine 37.1 p 108
PARKES, architect 30.1 p 15
PARKES, Aurora, Gertrude, Lily & Robert, Sydney 31.2 p 32
PARKES, Clarinda Sarah 31.2 pp 29, 32
PARKES, Cobden, architect 31.2 p 33; 43.1 p 83
PARKES, Eleanor (nee Dixon, Mrs H) 31.2 pp 32-33
PARKES, Emmie 28.1 p 38
PARKES, Henry, (Sir), Premier NSW, Colonial Secretary, Prime Minister 29.1 pp 11, 32; 29.2 pp 17, 76, 78-79; 30.1 pp 4, 13, 21, 41; 31.2 p 28; Henry ? the man (1815-1896) ~ 31.2 pp 28-33; 33.1 p 41; 37.1 p 108; 42.1 p 17; 43.1 p 30,31,33
PARKES, Lady Julia (nee Lynch, Mrs H) 31.2 p 33
PARKES, M 37.1 pp 86-87
PARKES, Mr 30.1 p 41. 47
PARKES, Thomas 31.2 p 29
PARKES, William 38.1 p 6
PARKING AREAS 7.4 p 8; 43.1 p 75
PARKING STATION, Wade Lane, Gordon 43.1 p 75
PARKINSON, MH, Rev. 33.1 p 41
PARKINSON, seascape Stapleton 29.1 p 7
PARKLANDS, No 69 Junction Rd, Wahroonga 35.1 p 58
PARKS Gordon~ 7.2 p 8; Killara ~ 4.4 pp 3-4; Ku-ring-gai ~ 14.4 pp 1-9; Pymble ~ 4.4 p 10; Turramurra ~ 4.3 p 12; Warrawee ~ 4.4 p 9
PARKS AND PLAYGROUNDS MOVEMENT OF NSW 31.2 p 34; 32.1 pp 8, 9
PARLAND, ship 44.1 p 23
PARLIAMENT HOUSE, Canberra 39.1 p 99
PARLIAMENT HOUSE, State (NSW) Macquarie St, Sydney 29.2 p 13; 36.1 p 38
PARLIAMENTARY STANDING COMMITTEE 29.2 p 71
PARNELL, Edith Marian (later SUMMERS) 37.1 p 131
PARR, Alice Lina (nee Hutchings) 42.1 p 47
PARR, Arthur G 44.1 p 45
PARR, Geoffrey 42.1 p 47
PARR, Harold A 42.1 p 47
PARR, Harold George, optometrist 42.1 p 47
PARR, Letitia Evelyn (nee Forsyth) 42.1 p 47
PARR, Patricia Anne, "Miss Pat" ABC TV (marr. N Lovell) 42.1 p 47
PARR, Patricia Margaret (nee Benn) 42.1 p 47
PARR, Susan 42.1 p 47
PARRAMATTA 29.1 p 11; 31.2 pp 3, 4-5; 34.1 p 10
PARRAMATTA & DISTRICT HISTORICAL SOCIETY 31.1 p 23; 31.2 p 4
PARRAMATTA HUNT CLUB 41.1 p 35
PARRAMATTA RD, 29.2 p 60; 31.2 p 5
PARRAMATTA RIVER 30.1 p 37; 31.2 pp 4-5; 33.1 pp 1, 50
PARRAMATTA TOLLGATE 43.1 p 104
PARRAMATTA WOOLLEN MILLS 39.1 p 149
PARROTS 41.1 p 35
PARROTT MAPS 32.1 p 21
PARROTT, Thomas Samuel, Lieutenant 29.1 pp 6, 8; 32.1 p 21; 43.1 p 19
PARRY, Cyril 35.1 p 72
PARRY, Emily 38.1 p 90
PARRY, JM, manager 34.1 p 59
PARRY, John Jenry, builder, Surry Hills 36.1 p 42
PARRY, Thomas 38.1 p 90
PARSONAGE, Church of England, Gordon 43.1 p 79
PARSONAGE, Jean see SMITH
PARSONS, TH 37.1 p 124
PARSONS, William, Capt. 41.1 p 102
PARTON(S) FAMILY 36.1 p 93
PARTRIDGE, Ann, (nee Linnell) 39.1 p 82
PARTRIDGE, John 38.1 pp 113, 117
PARTRIDGE, Joseph Thomas 38.1 p 117
PARTRIDGE, Sarah Emily 38.1 p 117
PARTRIDGE, Thomas 39.1 p 82; 41.1 p 28
PARTRIDGE, Victoria Letitia see HILL
PASCHENDAELE, place 34.1 p 10
PASS, Ann 42.1 p 10
PASS, Capper 12.4 p 6
PASS, Capper, tallow chandler 42.1 p 9, 10
PASSEFIELD, Jane (later SCRIVENER) 38.1 p 150
PASSMORE EDWARD FREE LIBRARY 39.1 p 88
PASTEURISATION, compulsory 37.1 p 94
PASTORAL and AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION, Cooma 41.1 p 32
PASTORAL UNION 34.1 p 14
PASTURES PROTECTION BOARD 41.1 p 32
PATERSON, Alex 42.1 p 28
PATERSON, Andrew Barton (Banjo, Barty) 31.2 p 33; 38.1 pp 18, 83
PATERSON, 'Banjo' see PATERSON, Andrew Barton
PATERSON, Colin 40.1 p 70
PATERSON, Colonel 34.1 p 2; 43.1 p 11
PATERSON, Elizabeth Sarah - see also ILLINGWORTH, ES 35.1 p 5
PATERSON, Lt Gov. 34.1 p 2
PATERSON, Maisie 41.1 p 123
PATERSON, May 41.1 p 124
PATERSON, Roger 42.1 p 120
PATERSONS, LAING & BRUCE ASBESTOS HOUSE see ASBESTOS HOUSE
PATHWAYS, Wahroonga 30.1 p 48
PATISON, William Lyle, Rev 32.1 p 34;38.1 p 131; 43.1 p 107
PATLENE Pty Ltd 42.1 p 135
PATLENE/KANIMBLA, 11 Greengate Rd, Killara 42.1 p 134
PATLIN, Ada Ave, Wahroonga - see also YAMIN 35.1 pp 17, 54
PATON 29.2 p 72
PATON & DUVAL, real estate agency, Roseville 31.2 p 39
PATON, Alexander Sinclair 28.2 pp 34-35
PATON, Charles 44.1 p 5
PATON, Helen, Scotland, Qld 36.1 pp 65, 75, 79
PATON, Hilda, Gordon 37.1 p 23
PATON, Michael 38.1 p 15
PATON, Mr 44.1 p 14, 84
PATON, P, Mr . 14.2 p 3
PATON, Sidney, solicitor 41.1 p 136
PATON, Walter 44.1 p 5
PATON, Walter Chapman 41.1 p 112
PATON, Wendy 38.1 p 15
PATRICK PARTNERS, firm - see also CLARENCE DEGENHARDT & CO 35.1 p 42
PATRICK STEAMSHIPS 41.1 p 157
PATRICK, Arthur N, Dr author 35.1 p 26
PATRICK, Captain James 37.1 p 79
PATRICK, James 36.1 p 69
PATRICK, Ron (Patrick Steamships) 41.1 p 157
PATRICK'S STEVEDORING 36.1 p 69; 37.1 p 79
PATTERSON, Arthur, bank manager, Killara 9.2 p 14; 10.2 p 5
PATTERSON, Banjo 35.1 p 21
PATTERSON, George 28.1 p 24
PATTERSON, Lt Governor 29.2 p 39
PATTERSON, Miss 35.1 p 67
PATTERSON, Mr & Mrs (author's parents) 28.1 pp 24-25
PATTERSON, Richard Henry, Parks Officer, Ku-ring-gai Council 31.2 pp 34-35; 32.1 pp 43, 45
PATTERSON, tennis player 29.1 p 25
PATTERSON, William, solicitor, Sydney 34.1 p 14
PATTINSON family, Soul Pattinson, pharmacists 42.1 p 59
PATTINSON, Mrs, Turramurra 18.4 pp 5-6
PATTINSON, William Frederick 41.1 p 22
PATTON, John, Killara 37.1 p 101
PAUL & GRAY LTD, ship chandlers, Sydney 37.1 pp 114-116; 38.1 p 46
PAUL DAVIES PTY LTD (Davis) 39.1 pp 57-60
PAUL FAMILY 36.1 pp 27-28
PAUL, Albert Raymond, dentist, Gordon 36.1 p 28
PAUL, Annie FD 36.1 p 28
PAUL, AR 36.1 p 27
PAUL, AR (Mrs), Gordon 36.1 p 28
PAUL, Charles Norman 36.1 p 28
PAUL, Edmund Sheffield Willoughby, managing director Schweppes Ltd 35.1 pp 99-100, 102
PAUL, EWS, Turramurra 7.2 p 10
PAUL, Florence Eugenie 36.1 p 28
PAUL, George A 36.1 p 28
PAUL, Helen see CARMICHAEL
PAUL, J 36.1 p 27
PAUL, John 36.1 p 28
PAUL, John E 36.1 p 28
PAUL, Mrs, Gordon 36.1 pp 23, 29
PAUL, Mrs, Gordon Private Hospital 14.1 p 2
PAUL, Mrs, Turramurra 16.2 p 3
PAUL, PI 36.1 p 27
PAUL, S 36.1 p 27
PAUL, Stella (Mrs), Gordon 36.1 p 28
PAUL, Walter Oscar 36.1 p 28
PAULEY/PAWLEY, Mary see ARCHBOLD
PAULING, Robert, author 31.2 pp 12-16
PAULL, Ann Maude - see also COURTNEY 35.1 p 11
PAULL, Frank Richard, merchandise manager 35.1 pp 10-11
PAULL, J, Gordon 36.1 p 28
PAULL, John Richard 35.1 p 11
PAULL, Judith Ann 35.1 p 11
PAULL, Margaret Courtney 35.1 p 11
PAULSEM, E (Mrs), Gordon 37.1 p 24
PAULSEN FAMILY, Gordon 37.1 p 22
PAULSEN, Alice (later MOON) 37.1 pp 23, 28
PAULSEN, Elizabeth (nee DUNCAN), Gordon 37.1 pp 23, 27
PAULSEN, Elizabeth M 37.1 p 23
PAULSEN, F, Gordon 37.1 p 24
PAULSEN, Frances (Mrs) see WORDS
PAULSEN, Francis Robert 37.1 p 23
PAULSEN, Francis, projectionist, Gordon 36.1 p 102; 37.1 pp 23, 28
PAULSEN, Frank, Germany, Gordon, sailor, carpenter 37.1 pp 22-23, 27
PAULSEN, Gunnar, organist, assistant projectionist 36.1 p 107
PAULSEN, Henrietta F see WORTH
PAULSEN, William 37.1 p 23
PAVILION, Manly pool 31.2 p 15
PAVLOVA, (ballet dancer) 34.1 p 57
PAWLEY, Mary Clement (Archbold) 32.1 p 39
PAWLEY, Mary, Roseville Pioneer 28.1 p 5; 31.2 pp 36-37
PAWLEY/PAULEY, Mary see ARCHBOLD
PAXO, home, McIntosh St, Gordon 38.1 p 136
PAYNE & HUNT, architects 41.1 p 46
PAYNE, Ruby May 31.1 p 36
PAYNTER & DIXON 40.1 p 66
PAYNTER & TROPMAN 40.1 p 66
PAYNTER, Cecil George Edward, builder 40.1 pp 64-66
PAYNTER, Cecil, jnr. 40.1 p 66
PAYNTER, Elizabeth 40.1 p 66
PAYNTER, Elspeth Isabel (nee Burley) 40.1 pp 64-66
PAYNTER, George, builder 40.1 p 66
PAYNTER, Ronald 40.1 p 66
PEACE HILL, house 33.1 p 47
PEACH BROS, auctioneers 33.1 p 57
PEACH TREES 29.2 p 61
PEACH, Cyrus Norman Banner 44.1 p 56,57
PEACH, Mollie Jeanette 44.1 p 56
PEACHES, oranges, grapes, apricots, Roseville 30.1 p 34
PEACHMAN, Florence Jane 40.1 p 49
PEACHMAN, George Leslie 40.1 p 49
PEACOCK CUP, golf trophy 33.1 p 57
PEACOCK, AS, C, CE, CS, directors 33.1 p 57
PEACOCK, Clifford, director 33.1 pp 57-58
PEACOCK, George 38.1 p 109
PEACOCK, Marjorie E (nee Gullick) 44.1 p 60
PEACOCK, Mary Ann, see EDWARDS
PEACOCK, Robert C 44.1 p 60,61
PEACOCKS 29.2 p 53; Kaludabah, Turramurra ~ 31.2 p 58
PEANUT COKE 36.1 p 71
PEAPES DEPARTMENT STORE,George St, Sydney 38.1 p 39
PEAR TREES 29.2 p 61
PEAR TREES, French 35.1 pp 70, 72
PEARCE FAMILY 33.1 p 40
PEARCE, Aaron, pioneer 2.1 pp 4-5; 2.3 p 4; 3.3 p 8; 7.3 pp 2-7; 9.4 p 13; 11.1 p 10; 11.2 p 2; 13.4 p 8; 43.1 p 38,54
PEARCE, Edward 33.1 p 56
PEARCE, Henry, Rodborough (later Frenchs Forest) 29.1 p 3
PEARCE, Jenny, archivist (The Kings School) 36.1 p 47
PEARCE, John 29.2 p 63; 35.1 p 83; 43.1 p 117
PEARCE, John Stanley 42.1 p 74
PEARCE, John, carter, Gordon 37.1 p 43
PEARCE, Marjorie, (Head of History Department, Sydney University) 34.1 p 57
PEARCE, Mark 33.1 p 24
PEARCE, Molly, Wahroonga 34.1 p 56
PEARCE, Mr 41.1 p 10
PEARCE, Mr (Warrawee Public School) 35.1 p 87
PEARCE, Mrs John, Gordon 37.1 p 43
PEARCE, Simeon, Rodborough (later Frenchs Forest) 29.1 p 3
PEARCE, Simeon, Wahroonga 2.3 p 1
PEARCE, William, train engine driver 35.1 p 52
PEARCE'S CORNER Wahroonga 13.4 p 8; 14.1 p 6; 25.2 p 6 ; 29.1 pp 8-9; 29.2 pp 58, 60, 62-63, 65-66; 32.1 p 36; 33.1 p 11; 34.1 pp 4, 8, 25, 27, 34; 35.1 pp 3, 31; 36.1 p 19; 42.1 p 7; 43.1 p 20,35,36,38,47,54,60,61,63,120
PEARLWONG PTY LTD 34.1 p 30
PEARMAN, Dorothy (later GOODALL) 36.1 p 52
PEARSE, Catherine (known also as Katherine/Kathleen) 40.1 p 78
PEARSE, Elizabeth Archdall 40.1 pp 78, 80-81
PEARSE, Mr, daughters 30.1 p 50
PEARSE, William, pastoralist 40.1 pp 76-78
PEARSE'S FLATS, cnr Werona Ave & Robert St 30.1 p 50
PEARSON AVE, Gordon 9.1 p 6; 14.1 p 2; 16.2 p 3
PEARSON, Agnes, b1864 39.1 p 179
PEARSON, Arthur Mowbray, b1861 39.1 p 179
PEARSON, Bryan 37.1 pp 78, 82
PEARSON, Charles, b1823 39.1 p 179
PEARSON, Charles, b1857 39.1 p 179
PEARSON, Emily Mary 41.1 p 49
PEARSON, George 39.1 p 109
PEARSON, Heather Morrison (nee McDOWALL) 37.1 pp 78-79
PEARSON, James Fildes, b1852 39.1 p 179
PEARSON, John L, RA, architect 41.1 p 128
PEARSON, John Mawer, b1869 39.1 p 179
PEARSON, Mary (nee Fildes), b1828 39.1 p 179
PEARSON, Mr 40.1 p 5
PEARSON, Mr, rivetting man 29.2 p 51
PEARSON, Mrs, storekeeper, Gordon 6.4 p 5
PEARSON, Stuart, author 37.1 p 77
PEARSON, William 41.1 p 49
PEARSON, William, b1865 39.1 p 179
PEARSON'S SANDSOAP 29.2 p 55
PEARSON'S SHOP, Lane Cove Rd, Gordon 37.1 p 55
PEASE PUDDING 29.2 p 27
PEATES FERRY RD 41.1 p 10
PEATLING, Amy (later BARRACK) 38.1 p 15
PEATLING, Clara 38.1 p 15
PEATLING, Henry 38.1 p 15
PEATLING, Ida 38.1 p 15
PEATLING, Louisa 38.1 p 15
PEATLING, S 38.1 p 15
PEATLING, Stephen 38.1 p 15
PEATLING, Susannah 38.1 p 15
PEAT'S FERRY 38.1 p 104
PECK, Captain 39.1 p 88
PECK, Mr, teacher, St Ives 8.3 p 4
PEDDLE AND THORP, architectural firm 35.1 pp 5, 7, 39; 37.1 pp 112, 116, 122-125, 127-129; 41.1 p 48, 49; 42.1 p 120, 122
PEDDLE, Emily Anne see KEEN
PEDDLE, James, architect 23.2 p 1; 35.1 pp 6-7, 95; 35.1 pp 6-7, 95; 37.1 pp 112, 120, 123, 127, 129, 135; 38.1 pp 159-160; 42.1 p 61, 72, 122
PEDDLE, James, cabinet maker 35.1 p 6
PEDDLE, THORP & WALKER, architects 29.2 p 20; 35.1 pp 7,17,19,21,22,29; 36.1 p 86; 37.1 pp 112, 117, 119, 134-135; 38.1 pp 16, 23; 39.1 pp 41, 60, 99; 41.1 p 21, 22, 48, 124, 125, 131; 42.1 p 122, 145
PEDERSON, Frederick L 42.1 p 152
PEEL RIVER CO 31.1 p 48
PEEL, Jean (later RICHARDSON) 38.1 p 64
PEFTER, Alice Jean (later GRANT) 37.1 p 104
PEGGY LOVE, boat, Lane Cove River 36.1 p 78
PEGLER, J, fruiterer 102 Pacific Highway, Roseville 32.1 p 33
PELLING, Amy Florence (later TACON) 37.1 pp 135-136
PEMBERTON, Joseph Lancaster, carpenter 42.1 p 69, 73
PEMBROKE, 1 Bruce Ave, Killara 42.1 p 70, 72, 74
PENARTH, 5 Bruce Ave, Killara 42.1 p 70, 72, 74
PENBOSS, George C, electrician, Pymble 37.1 pp 140-141
PENDEEN, Ortona Rd, Roseville 32.1 p 8
PENDENNIS CHAMBERS, 375 George St, Sydney 39.1 p 130
PENDER, Lydia Kathleen 42.1 p 53
PENDER, Walter Gatling Banks 42.1 p 53
PENDERGAST, James 39.1 p 144
PENDERTON, John [sic] 42.1 p 70, 73
PENFOLD CORPORATION, mill owner, Lane Cove River 36.1 p 78
PENFOLD FAMILY, Gordon 9.4 p 7; 29.1 p 35; 36.1 pp 23, 30
PENFOLD family, stationers 40.1 pp 108, 129
PENFOLD LTD, W C 29.1 p 35
PENFOLD, Alice 29.1 p 35
PENFOLD, Alice - see also STUTCHBURY 36.1 pp 31-32
PENFOLD, Alice Mary 41.1 p 108
PENFOLD, Alice Susan (later WALKER) 36.1 p 31
PENFOLD, Amy Margaret 42.1 p 34
PENFOLD, Annie FE 36.1 p 31
PENFOLD, Arthur George 36.1 p 31
PENFOLD, Arthur Latimer 40.1 p 129
PENFOLD, Constance Gertrude, spinster, 11 Park Ave, Gordon 29.1 p 35; 36.1 pp 31-32
PENFOLD, Edwin Thomas 40.1 p 128; 42.1 p 34, 35
PENFOLD, Edwin Thomas, Colonel 29.1 p 35
PENFOLD, Edwin Thomas, tobacco businessman, Sydney 36.1 p 31
PENFOLD, ET (Mrs), Gordon 36.1 p 31
PENFOLD, FE 41.1 p 145
PENFOLD, Frederick Edwin 40.1 pp 128-129
PENFOLD, Frederick Edwin (FE Penfold. P. 145?) 41.1 p 108
PENFOLD, Frederick Edwin, woolbuyer, businessman, Roseville, Warrawee 29.1 p 35; 31.2 p 37; 36.1 pp 31-32
PENFOLD, Janet McAlpine (Jean) nee Macredie, also see MACREDIE 29.1 p 35; 40.1 pp 128-129
PENFOLD, Jean Kathleen 40.1 p 129
PENFOLD, Lucie M 40.1 p 129
PENFOLD, Margaret Clark 40.1 p 129
PENFOLD, Mary see BROUGH
PENFOLD, Maryane 36.1 p 31
PENFOLD, Misses, Gordon 36.1 p 23
PENFOLD, Mr 40.1 p 107
PENFOLD, Mr, Ku-ring-gai Chase Ave, Turramurra 31.1 p 59
PENFOLD, Norman Eveleigh, company director 40.1 pp 128-129
PENFOLD, Norman Evesleigh 29.1 p 35
PENFOLD, Susanna (nee Clarke), widow, 11 Park Ave, Gordon 29.1 p 35; 36.1 p 31; 40.1 p 129
PENFOLD, The, Misses, Turramurra 14.1 p 2; 16.2 p 3
PENFOLD, WC 38.1 p 44; 42.1 p 33
PENFOLD, William Clark, stationer 40.1 pp 118, 128-129
PENFOLD, William Clark, stationery company founder, Gordon 36.1 p 31
PENFOLD, William Edwin 40.1 p 129
PENFOLD, William Frederick 41.1 p 49
PENFOLDS 28.1 p 14
PENFOLD'S BLOOD (red cordial) 37.1 p 35
PENFOLD'S Building, 480 Elizabeth St, Surry Hills 41.1 p 78, 145
PENFOLDS' STATIONERS 28.1 p 14
PENFOLDS WINES LTD 41.1 p 130
PENFOLDS, The Printing 29.1 p 35
PENICO, Archbishop 35.1 p 42
PENICUIK, No 2 Livingstone Ave, Pymble 37.1 pp 122, 125
PENINSULAR and ORIENTAL STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY (P & O) 40.1 p 86
PENMEAD, No 26 Livingstone Ave, Pymble 37.1 p 120
PENNANT HILLS 31.2 p 3; 32.1 p 19; 34.1 p 10; 35.1 p 3
PENNANT HILLS RD, see also GORDON RD; LANE COVE RD; PACIFIC HWY 2.1 pp 4-5; 16.4 p 3; 29.2 p 39; 30.1 p 35; 32.1 p 19; 33.1 pp 1, 7-8; 34.1 p 1; 43.1 p 20,30,35
PENNANT, Anne (nee WARBURTON) 37.1 p 92
PENNANT, Richard, plantation owner, MP 37.1 p 92
PENNEFATHER, Constance Nina 41.1 p 74
PENNEFATHER, Gerald AD 41.1 p 74
PENNEFATHER, Noni (also spelt Nonie )(nee Purdie) 41.1 p 73, 74
PENNEFATHER, Reginald Victor Graham, surveyor, and Military Cross WWI 41.1 p 73, 74
PENNY, William Alexander Davie 35.1 p 39
PENRHYN AVE, Pymble 37.1 p 95
PENRHYN DAIRY, No 68-78 Livingstone Ave, Pymble 37.1 pp 89, 92-95, 102
PENRHYN ESTATE, North Wales 37.1 p 92
PENRHYN QUARRY 37.1 p 92
PENRHYN SLATE -see also BANGOR SLATE 37.1 p 92
PENRHYN, 3 Bruce Ave, Killara 42.1 p 70-72, 74
PENRHYN, Baron 37.1 p 92
PENRHYN, Bayswater Rd, Roseville 37.1 p 92
PENRHYN, Livingston Ave, Pymble 37.1 p 95
PENROSE, Bill, newsagent 37.1 p 20
PENROSE, Mr, newsagent, Gordon 37.1 p 30
PENRYN, dairy 37.1 p 76
PENSIONS, old age, invalid 29.2 p 8
PENTECOST AVE, No. 136, Pymble 41.1 p 151
PENTECOST AVE, No. 136, Turramurra 41.1 p 44
PENTECOST AVE, No. 138, Pymble 41.1 p 151
PENTECOST AVE, No. 41, St Ives 42.1 p 109
PENTECOST AVE, No. 81, Pymble 39.1 p 134
PENTECOST ESTATE, Pymble 39.1 pp 13-15, 54
PENTECOST HIGHWAY/AVE, Pymble/St Ives/ Turramurra 28.1 p 14; 33.1 pp 57-59; 39.1 p 13, 117;
PENTECOST, Alice Jane (nee JOHNSON) 39.1 p 13
PENTECOST, Edward 39.1 p 13
PENTECOST, Henry Lear 39.1 pp 12-13
PENTECOST, William 39.1 p 13
PEPLOW, Francis William 36.1 p 30
PEPLOW, Francis, Gordon 36.1 p 27
PEPLOW, FS, Gordon 36.1 p 29
PEPPER, Bruce 42.1 p 50
PEPPER, Dorothy Nell 42.1 p 50
PEPPER, Edward Knox 38.1 p 151
PEPPER, Gertrude Mary (nee Brown) 42.1 p 50
PEPPER, Harold 42.1 p 50
PEPPER, Harold Campbell 42.1 p 50
PEPPER, Jane Ellen (nee Campbell) 42.1 p 50
PEPPER, Thomas Edmund 42.1 p 50
PEPPERCORN, rent 36.1 p 63
PEPPERDAY AL, Sydney 36.1 p 58
PEPPERDAY, AR, Gordon 36.1 p 58
PEPPERDAY, Arthur, printer, Sydney 36.1 p 58
PEPPERDAY, Ronald, Gordon 36.1 p 58
PEPPERTREE COTTAGE, 141 Bannockburn Rd, 39.1 pp 3, 18
PEPPER-TREE WATTLE CREEK Turramurra 19.4 p 5
PERCIVAL, SR, builder 41.1 p 48
PERCY, Bertie Seymour 44.1 p 20
PERCY, Sarah Eleanor 44.1 p 20
PERCYVILLE, Lane Cove Rd 37.1 p 45
PERCYVILLE, No 64 (Lot 74) Ridge St, Gordon 37.1 pp 45-46
PERDRIAU RUBBER CO. LTD (later amalg. with Dunlop) 41.1 p 105, 111
PERDRIAU, Anne Eliza (nee Simpson) 41.1 p 105
PERDRIAU, Doreen Marion (marr. Percy John Larke) 41.1 p 106
PERDRIAU, Eleanor (Mrs) 36.1 p 70-72
PERDRIAU, George Augustus 41.1 p 105
PERDRIAU, Grace Marion (nee King) 41.1 p 92, 105, 106
PERDRIAU, Harold 41.1 p 105
PERDRIAU, Hazel, author 11.2 p 5; 12.4 pp 7-11; 15.3 p 11; 16.1 pp 1 & 7-12; 16.2 pp 1-5; 18.1 pp 7-9; 18.3 p 7; 19.1 pp 5-6; 22.1 P 1-4; 22.3 pp 8-10; 22.4 pp 4-10; 22.1 pp 1-4; 23.2 pp 10-12; 24.1 pp 5-11; 24.4 pp 12-15; 27.2 pp 78-80; 28.2 p 6; 29.1 p 44; 30.1 p 50; 31.1 p 4; 43.1 p 145,147
PERDRIAU, Henry 41.1 p 105
PERDRIAU, Henry Carter, mariner and steamboat proprietor;mayor Balmain 41.1 p 105
PERDRIAU, Myrtle May (nee Webb) 41.1 p 106
PERDRIAU, Norman (jnr) 36.1 pp 71-72
PERDRIAU, Norman (snr) 36.1 pp 70-72
PERDRIAU, Phyllis Grace 41.1 p 106
PERDRIAU, Raymond Stephen, MLA - Byron 41.1 p 106
PERDRIAU, Ross Carter 41.1 p 106
PERDRIAU, Stephen Edward, Government surveyor 41.1 p 94, 99, 100, 102, 103, 105, 106; 42.1 p 30, 136, 137; 44.1 p 71
PERDRIAU, Stephen, Commander RN, Napoleonic Wars 41.1 p 105
PERFECTION BLUE KEROSENE STOVE 29.2 p 54
PERGOLAS 31.1 p 12
PERHYNWORTHLE/TERHYN WORTHLE, 1 Locksley St, Killara 44.1 p 35,36
PERICLES, ship 41.1 p 105
PERKIN, Minnie 44.1 p 27
PERKINS, Ernest W, solicitor, Warrawee Public School Board, Turramurra 35.1 pp 84-86
PERKINS, Major 43.1 p 150
PERKINS, Mr, Warrawee Public School Parents Association Treasurer 35.1 pp 85, 86
PERKINS, STEVENSON & CO., solicitors, Sydney 36.1 p 75
PERKS, David William, commercial artist 41.1 p 67
PERLMAN, Nat, jeweller 42.1 p 131, 134
PERLMAN, Perla 42.1 p 134
PERMANENT TRUSTEE COMPANY of NSW, LIMITED 33.1 p 36; 34.1 p 21,23,42; 35.1 pp 25,59; 36.1 p 27; 38.1 p 114; 40.1 p 124; 41.1 p 79, 148; 42.1 p 51, 107, 123, 125, 129, 142; 44.1 p 21,22,60
PERMANENT WAY BRANCH, NSW Railways 36.1 p 121; 43.1 p 63,65
PERMISSION TO MARRY, convicts 31.2 p 27
PERO, ship 37.1 p 9
PEROOMBA, No 11 Harrington Ave, Warrawee 38.1 p 150
PERPETUAL EXECUTORS & TRUSTEES ASSOCIATION LTD 42.1 p 28
PERPETUAL FREEHOLDS (LEASING) PTY LTD 35.1 p 43
PERPETUAL INVESTMENTS PTY LTD 41.1 p 119, 136
PERPETUAL TRUSTEE BUILDING 34.1 p 18
PERPETUAL TRUSTEE COMPANY LTD, THE 35.1 p 24; 36.1 p 32, 118;38.1 p 56; 39.1 p 36; 40.1 pp 78-79, 82, 85; 41.1 p 71, 128, 129; 42.1 p 26, 27, 30, 74; 44.1 p 29,30,38
PERRETT, Alexander 40.1 pp 124, 132-134
PERRETT, Douglas George, medical practitioner 40.1 pp 133-134
PERRETT, Isabella Sutton (nee McLauchlan) 40.1 pp 133-134
PERRETT, Isobel 34.1 p 56
PERRETT, Isobel Victoria 40.1 pp 132-134
PERRETT, Margery (Margo) 40.1 pp 133-134
PERRIMAN, Bertram Benjamin, company director 44.1 p 20
PERROT, Colonel T. 14.2 p 5
PERRY, Agnes 41.1 p 58
PERRY, Agnes Winifred (nee Jackson) 41.1 p 113
PERRY, Aileen Violet 41.1 p 58
PERRY, Ann of Surrey England 39.1 p 77
PERRY, Annie Caroline 39.1 pp 24-25
PERRY, Annie Jane (nee MacGillivray) 29.2 p 71; 44.1 p 7
PERRY, Beatrice Violet (nee Elliston) 41.1 p 113
PERRY, Catherine, Mrs 40.1 p 48
PERRY, Charles 41.1 p 113
PERRY, Charles Joseph 42.1 p 54
PERRY, Charles Webster 44.1 p 7
PERRY, Donald Antill Weston, company director, Cremorne 36.1 p 30
PERRY, Edith Ann (nee Beazley) 41.1 p 113
PERRY, Florence Gurley, Neutral Bay 36.1 p 30
PERRY, Illeana 41.1 p 57
PERRY, J 35.1 p 53
PERRY, James 39.1 p 25
PERRY, James Simpson 35.1 p 10
PERRY, Janet Duman see ARNOTT
PERRY, John 39.1 p 25
PERRY, John, Minister of Public Instruction 32.1 p 2
PERRY, Margaret 35.1 p 53
PERRY, Samuel Moses 41.1 p 57
PERRY, Sidney Arthur, stock and share broker 44.1 p 56; 41.1 p 113
PERRY, Violet Dianna 38.1 p 14
PERRY, William Henry 41.1 p 58
PERRY'S HOTEL (prev. ONE TREE HILL INN), Mount Victoria 39.1 p 25
PERSEUS, ship 41.1 p 85
PERSIA, ship 44.1 p 27
Personal Worker The, book 39.1 p 31
PERSSE, Mary Ann 38.1 p 162
PERSSON, Charlotta (nee Johansson) 44.1 p 27
PERSSON, Hannah Florence, aka Dianna (nee Johnson) 44.1 p 27-29
PERSSON, Hugo Fabian, wool buyer 44.1 p 27-29
PERSSON, Karl 44.1 p 27
PERTH AVE, Lindfield 27.1 p 21
PERTH GENERAL HOSPITAL 32.1 p 30; 39.1 p 83
PESHAWAR - horse 39.1 p 80
PETERS, FA 40.1 p 130
PETERS, Oscar, Manager of Plaster Factory 23.1 p 8
PETERS, Sarah, maid, Gordon 36.1 p 114
PETERS, Thomas 32.1 p 33; 37.1 p 88
PETERSEN CORRESPONDENTS 41.1 p 153, 155, 156, 159, 160
PETERSEN, Bob, Dr 41.1 p 154 - 156
PETERSEN, Carl 39.1 pp 41, 73
PETERSEN, Carl, storekeeper, Pymble 6.1 p 10; 8.3 pp 2 & 5
PETERSEN, Ethel Ida, spinster, Warrawee 35.1 p 39
PETERSEN, George 39.1 p 41
PETERSEN, George, storekeeper, Pymble 6.1 pp 10-11
PETERSEN, Mary Ann 39.1 p 41
PETERSEN'S OF PYMBLE, (PETERSON'S) General store, Nos 1094-1104 Pacific Hwy, Pymble 10.2 p 2; 33.1 pp 20, 22, 29; 37.1 pp 71,109,130, 145-147; 38.1 pp 9-11, 13, 27; 43.1 p 56
PETERSHAM SUPERIOR PUBLIC SCHOOL 35.1 p 86
PETERSON AND RALPH KING, firm 36.1 p 25
PETERSON, Alison 43.1 p 161
PETERSON, Bob, author 40.1 pp 147-148
PETERSON, Carl 37.1 p 109; 38.1 p 10
PETERSON, David 38.1 p 11
PETERSON, George 38.1 pp 10-11
PETERSON, George Lindsay 38.1 p 28
PETERSON, Grandma, Mr, Mrs 33.1 p 22
PETERSON, John 38.1 p 11
PETERSON, Mary Ann 38.1 p 28
PETERSON, Mr, Warrawee Public School committee member 35.1 p 85
PETERSON, Peter Loreux 38.1 p 10
PETITION for Gordon post office 29.2 p 69
PETITION FOR NORTH SHORE RAILWAY 29.2 p 66
PETITION, Post Office (St Ives) 33.1 p 56
PETRIE, Rev. Alexander 44.1 p 3
PETROL RATIONING 33.1 p 61
PETTENGALL, Ivan, public servant 37.1 p 123
PETTENGALL, Jessie 37.1 p 123
PETTENGELL, Ian James, builder 42.1 p 125
PETTENGELL, Millicent Mary 42.1 p 125
PETTENGELL, Violet, Miss, teacher, Warrawee Public School 16.2 pp 9 & 12.
PETTIGREW, GW, builder 41.1 p 25
PETTIGREW, JG 39.1 pp 61, 132, 134
PETTIT & SEVITT, architects 29.1 p 13; 35.1 p 69; 40.1 p 64
PEVENSEY, Nos 21-23 Ada Ave, Wahroonga - see also GOWRIE 34.1 p 45; 35.1 pp 16-17, 19-21; 39.1 p 71; 40.1 p 65
PEW OPENERS, St James, Sydney 31.2 p 24
PEW RENT COLLECTORS, St James, Sydney 31.2 p 24
PEW RENTS, St James, Sydney 31.2 p 24
PEYTON, DOWLING & CO, Bond St, Sydney 39.1 p 35
PFAFFLIN, Alice (nee Cates) 43.1 p 157
PFANNER, David, obstetrician 34.1 p 32
PFANNER, Edna - see GLOVER
PFANNER, Jim, farmer and grazier 34.1 p 32
PFANNER, Sophie (nee MANOK), Wahroonga 34.1 pp 32-33
PFANNER, Toni, chartered accountant 34.1 pp 32-33
PFANNER, Toni, Wahroonga 35.1 pp 17, 59
PFANNER, Walter, business manager, Wahroonga 34.1 p 32
PHAETON 33.1 p 42; 41.1 p 50
PHARMACISTS 12.2 p 13; 14.1 p 3
PHARMACY, Pymble (first, 1915) 38.1 p 19
PHAROAH, teacher 29.2 p 62
PHELPS, H, Mrs, Pymble 37.1 p 142
PHELPS, Kate 40.1 p 94
PHELPS, Lindsay Sharwood 40.1 p 94
PHILIPPA POOLE COLLECTION 32.1 pp 14, 15
PHILIPS LAMPS 35.1 p 46
PHILLIP 29.2 p 17; 32.1 pp 18-20
PHILLIP ST, REVUE, St James Parish Hall 31.2 p 26
PHILLIP ST, THEATRE 31.2 p 26
PHILLIP, Arthur, Captain, first governor 6.2 pp 9-10; 7.1 p 14; 1 0.4 pp 2-5; 15.2 pp 1-6; 16.1 p 3; 17.2 pp 1-13; 17.3 pp 9-11; 20.1 p 1; 26.1 pp 35-46; 29.1 pp 1, 3, 31; 29.2 pp 12, 37, 39; 30.1 p 7, 18; 31.1 p 14; 31.2 p 13; 32.1 pp 18-20; 33.1 pp 49-50, 52; 42.1 p 5; 43.1 p 6-10, 12,22,35,96,128,130
PHILLIPS, Alice 40.1 p 115
PHILLIPS, Anne Horden 42.1 p 86
PHILLIPS, Arthur H 44.1 p 38
PHILLIPS, Charles Clarence 42.1 p 97
PHILLIPS, Claudia (later MOORE) 39.1 p 41
PHILLIPS, Frederick G, headmaster (Sydney Grammar) 36.1 pp 96-97
PHILLIPS, George Collie, 1867-1944 39.1 p 167
PHILLIPS, George William 40.1 p 95
PHILLIPS, Gertrude Isabel see PICKERING
PHILLIPS, James Buchanan, secretary 44.1 p 28
PHILLIPS, JH 38.1 p 21
PHILLIPS, John Duthie Sydney, 1865-1945 39.1 p 167
PHILLIPS, John Duthie, Captain, d1868 39.1 p 167
PHILLIPS, John, author 35.1 p 37
PHILLIPS, John, Dr, lecturer, author 34.1 pp 35, 38
PHILLIPS, Keith 39.1 p 167
PHILLIPS, Louis, business proprietor 36.1 p 71
PHILLIPS, Margaret 39.1 p 167
PHILLIPS, Margaret (nee Collie), b1838 39.1 p 167
PHILLIPS, Mrs 36.1 p 97; 43.1 p 150
PHILLIPS, Nancy 39.1 p 167
PHILLIPS, Violet Mae (nee King) 39.1 p 167
PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY 39.1 p 115
PHIPPEN, boys 28.1 p 9
PHIPPS, Irene, author 18.2 pp 1-3
PHIPPS, Thomas 38.1 p 87
PHOTO COLLECTION, digitised (KHS) 29.2 p 2
Photo Corner 28.1 pp 26-27
PHOTOGRAPHIC SOCIETY of NEW SOUTH WALES 44.1 p 46
PHOTOGRAPHS, aerial, maps, Army 29.1 p 6
PHOTOGRAPHS, Harbour Bridge under construction 29.2 p 19
PHOTOGRAPHS, Ku-ring-gai 29.1 p 6
PHOTOPHONE SOUND HEADS, RCA 36.1 p 104
PHYSICAL EDUCATION COMMITTEE 32.1 p 9
PIANO LESSONS 3.4 p 4
PIBRAC AVE, Warrawee 29.2 p 81; 34.1 p 46
PIBRAC, Warrawee 4.2 p 4; 5.2 p 7; 24.2 pp 10-12; 28.2 p 18; 30.1 p 27; 33.1 p 20; 38.1 p 22
PIBRIC, Turramurra 33.1 p 20
PICK, Clara, Gordon 37.1 p 21
PICK, William, carpenter, Gordon 37.1 p 21
PICKBUM, Jack 29.2 p 52
PICKBURN, Judge, resident, Turramurra 21.2 p 8; 43.1 p 145
PICKERING FAMILY 38.1 p 87
PICKERING, Alfred 38.1 p 87
PICKERING, Anne 38.1 p 87
PICKERING, Augusta Minnie (nee DONISH) 38.1 pp 87-88
PICKERING, Clarice Olga (later WALKER) 38.1 p 87
PICKERING, Emily see MILNE
PICKERING, George 38.1 p 88
PICKERING, Gertrude Isabel (nee PHILLIPS) 38.1 p 88
PICKERING, Helena M 38.1 p 87
PICKERING, Henry 38.1 pp 87-88
PICKERING, Hilda M 38.1 p 87
PICKERING, Joyce Madeline (aka Madge) (later Mackinnon) 38.1 p 88
PICKERING, Mary Ann (nee BOND) 38.1 p 87
PICKERING, Mary F see DURBIN
PICKERING, N, Mr 33.1 p 15
PICKERING, Prudence 33.1 p 15
PICKERING, Prudence Jane (later CLIPSHAM) 38.1 p 19
PICKERING, Reginald Henry 38.1 p 87
PICKERING, Sarah (nee BUTCHER) 38.1 p 87
PICKERING, William 38.1 p 87
PICKWELL, Denis John 39.1 p 101
PICKWELL, Margaret Land 39.1 p 101
PICKWORTH, Constance 43.1 p 150
PICNIC AT HANGING ROCK, film 42.1 p 47
PICNICS 13.4 p 6; Lane Cove River ~ 7.1 p 7. Wahroonga ~ 13.4 p 6
PICTON, Lord 41.1 p 15
PICTONVILLE, North Sydney 41.1 p 10, 15
PICTORIAL GUIDE TO IDENTIFYING AUSTRALIAN ARCHITECTURE, A, by Apperly, Irving and Reynolds 34.1 p 47
PICTURE SHOW, Gordon 37.1 pp 28, 34
PICTURE SHOW, Open Air 12.1 p 12;14.1 p 3; 36.1 pp 17, 24
PICTURE THEATRE, cnr St Johns Ave, Gordon 38.1 p 109
PICTURE THEATRES see GORDON PICTURE THEATRE; ROSEVILLE THEATRE.
PICTURESQUE ATLAS of AUSTRALASIA 42.1 p 68
PIDDINTON, A B 31.2 p 33
PIDGEON HOUSE, Eryldene 30.1 p 2
PIER HOTEL 39.1 p 132
PIERCE FAMILY 33.1 pp 40, 62-63; 39.1 p 102
PIERCE FAMILY, owners of ice works, Turramurra 35.1 p 74; 37.1 p 18
PIERCE, Aaron see PEARCE, Aaron
PIERCE, Aaron, timberman 29.2 p 38
PIERCE, Agnes 44.1 p 55
PIERCE, Alice Mary see JONES
PIERCE, Amy Isabel 39.1 p 101
PIERCE, Cec, car dealer, Gordon 37.1 pp 18-19
PIERCE, Cecil, 37.1 p 18; 43.1 p 157
PIERCE, Charles Henry, b1879 39.1 pp 101-102
PIERCE, Charlie 43.1 p 157
PIERCE, Edward 33.1 p 21
PIERCE, Emma see MATTHEWS
PIERCE, George 33.1 p 62
PIERCE, Gwen, Harold, Joan, Norman 33.1 p 62
PIERCE, Heather see SMITH
PIERCE, John Henry, b1850 39.1 p 102
PIERCE, John Henry, fruitgrower 33.1 p 54
PIERCE, John Stanley 39.1 p 102
PIERCE, Mr 33.1 p 14
PIERCE, Mr, iceman, Turramurra 21.2 p 8; 43.1 p 145
PIERCE, Mrs 37.1 p 18
PIERCE, Sarah Jane, (Jinnie) (nee Bromley) 39.1 pp 101-102
PIERCE, Stan, ice works owner 37.1 p 37
PIERCE, Stephen John 39.1 pp 38, 101
PIERCE, Stephen John, b1877 39.1 p 102
PIERCE, Steve, St Ives 9.3 p 4
PIERCE, Walter Thomas 39.1 p 102
PIERCE, Walter, Turramurra Iceworks 37.1 p 18
PIERCE, William 44.1 p 55
PIERCE'S CORNER 41.1 p 16
PIGGERY 14.1 p 8; 14.4 p 3; Lady Davidson area ~ 29.1 p 41; South Turramurra ~ 20.1 pp 8-10; Willoughby ~ 31.2 p 12
PIGGERY, Gordon 6.4 p 7; 37.1 p 20
PIGGERY, Pymble 37.1 pp 74-75
PIGGOTT, WH 35.1 p 8
PIGGOTT, WH, solicitor 34.1 p 12
PIGS 30.1 p 18
PIKE, Alice Maude (nee Bush) 44.1 p 47,49
PIKE, Annie E 44.1 p 49
PIKE, Beatrice Marie 44.1 p 49
PIKE, Charles Morris 44.1 p 49
PIKE, Eleanor Amelia (later CORNWELL) 38.1 pp 47-49
PIKE, Eric H 44.1 p 49
PIKE, Florence M 44.1 p 49
PIKE, George Herbert, judge 44.1 p 47,49
PIKE, George Keith 44.1 p 49
PIKE, Henry 38.1 p 48
PIKE, Henry Morris 44.1 p 49
PIKE, John Denham, barrister (probably John Dinham p.49) 44.1 p 47
PIKE, John Dinham 44.1 p 49
PIKE, Marie Louise (nee Dinham) 44.1 p 49
PIKE, Penelope 38.1 p 118; 43.1 p 3
PIKE, Philip Henry 44.1 p 49
PIKEDALE ESTATE, Pymble 38.1 pp 51-52, 54, 56
PIKEDALE SUBDIVISION, Gordon (now Pymble) 6.1 p 8
PIKEDALE/LILACS, The, residence, Pymble - see also THE LILACS 38.1 pp 48, 52
PIKERING, historic property, Denman district 38.1 p 48
PIKK, Ani 39.1 p 101
PIKK, Waldemar, builder 39.1 p 101
PILE, Edwin Alexander (spelt 'Edward' by 'Sands'), accountant 40.1 pp 55-56
PILE, Emily Jane (nee Wyatt) 40.1 p 55
PILE, George 35.1 p 2; 38.1 pp 44,142
PILGRIM COTTAGE, 28 Lynwood Ave, Killara 41.1 p 56, 57
PILGRIM, Jackie 28.1 p 24
PILLINGER, EM, author 37.1 p 72
PIMBLE [sic], Mr 34.1 p 3; 40.1 p 5
PINCH, Fay 35.1 p 24
PINCH, Wolfie 35.1 p 24
PINCOMBE family 40.1 p 91
PINCOMBE, Sydney Passmore 40.1 pp 95-96
PINCOMBE, Vera Louise (nee Phelps) 40.1 p 96
PINDARI, No 1256 Pacific Hwy, Pymble 38.1 p 74
PINE DRESSER 29.2 p 54
PINES THE, 8 Boomerang St, Turramurra 40.1 p 15
PINES THE, Cowan Rd (now Collins Rd) , St Ives 33.1 p 53
PINES, Tal Wagar, Turramurra 31.1 p 54
PING, Mr, Chinese market gardener 29.2 p 51
PINJARRA CHILDREN'S LONG DAY CARE CENTRE, 68 Johns Ave, Gordon 38.1 p 125
PINJARRA, Gordon 16.2 p 3.
PINJARRA, nursing home, 68 Johns Ave, Gordon 38.1 p 125
PINNINGTON, Mary Susan see ADAMS
PINT POT AND ORANGES 42.1 p 8
PINWHERRY, Blue St, North Sydney 31.1 p 46
PIONEER MEMORIAL GARDEN 29.2 p 15
PIONEERS' CEMETERY METHODIST (now Uniting) CHURCH, Chatswood 33.1 p 10
PIONEERS CEMETERY, Uniting Church, Mowbray Rd/Lane Cove Rd, Lane Cove 37.1 p 73
PIONEERS MEMORIAL PARK - see also BALMAIN PRIVATE CEMETERY 38.1 p 49
PIONEERS OF HORNSBY SHIRE, publication, Hornsby HS 31.2 p 18
PIONEERS OF PEACE - THE STORY OF ST JOHN'S CEMETERY, author Jill Lyons 38.1 p 107
PIONEERS Thomas Hyndes 23.3 pp 10-13 Reprint of 3.1 March 1974
PIPELINE (water) 30.1 pp 35-36
PIPELINE, Busby's Bore to Hyde Park 29.1 p 32
PIPE-MAKING PLANT, Gordon 43.1 p 168
PIPER, Captain, Point Piper 31.2 p 20
PIPER, John, Captain 38.1 pp 76, 156; 42.1 p 10, 82
PIPER, William 43.1 p 17
PIT GAME FOWLS 35.1 p 83
PITH HELMET, for horse riding 29.1 pp 27-28
PITLOCHRY, Killara 28.2 p 34
PITLOCHRY, No 90 Braeside St, Wahroonga 35.1 p 10; 36.1 p 60
PITS, timber 29.2 pp 61, 64
PIT-SAWING see TIMBER GETTING
PIT-SAWS 29.2 p 64
PITT SON & BADGERY, wool store, Harris St, Pyrmont 34.1 p 43; 37.1 p 93; 42.1 p 28
PITT ST, Sydney 29.2 p 18; 33.1 pp 9, 44, 57
PITT STUDIO 32.1 p 31
PITT, Beatrice M 40.1 p 124
PITT, Charles Bruce, solicitor, Sydney 36.1 pp 7,102
PITT, Elizabeth 36.1 p 67
PITT, Elizabeth Jessie (nee Town) 40.1 p 124
PITT, George M 36.1 p 67
PITT, George M (Snr), North Sydney???? 36.1 p 67
PITT, George Matcham 40.1 p 124
PITT, George Matcham Jnr, architect, North Sydney 36.1 pp 67, 97
PITT, George Matcham Tertius, architect 40.1 pp 118, 123-124; 42.1 p 28
PITT, George Matcham, grandfather of GM Pitt 3rd 42.1 p 28
PITT, George William Matcham 40.1 p 124
PITT, GM, architect 36.1 p 65
PITT, Janet Isabel (nee Robertson) 40.1 p 124
PITT, Julia, North Sydney 36.1 p 67
PITT, Marjorie Isabel 40.1 p 124
PITT, Mona E 40.1 p 124
PITT, Mr 14.1 p 1
PITT, Mr, Gordon 36.1 p 23
PITT, Nell (later JACKSON), Tasmania 34.1 p 57
PITT, Valerie, Gordon 36.1 p 23
PITT, William 41.1 p 28
PITTMAN, Timothy Goodwin (also spelt Pitman) 43.1 p 30,33
PITTMAN, Timothy, Roseville 31.2 p 44
PITTWATER 31.2 p 15; Aboriginal track to 29.1 pp 10-11; 32.1 p 16
PITTWATER COUNCIL 31.2 p 15
PITTWATER RANGE, track (now Mona Vale Rd) 31.2 p 13; 33.1 p 1
PITTWATER RD, Gladesville 31.2 p 5
PITTWATER RD, No 64 (now Mona Vale Rd,), Pymble 39.1 p 141
PITTWATER RD, See also MONA VALE RD, 29.2 p 70; 33.1 cover, pp 5, 25-27, 30, 39, 41, 47, 53, 55-58, 67; 36.1 p 120; 37.1 p 45; 43.1 p 74,159, 160
PITTWATER SIDING, Gordon Railway Station 36.1 p 120
PLACENAMES Aborigines 2.4 p 17; Bungaroo ~ 15.2 p 6; Gordon ~ 15.3 p 12; Ku-ring-gai ~ 3.1 pp 4-6;3.2 pp 7-9; Lindfield ~ 15.1 p 1; St Ives ~ 3.2 p 10
PLAGUE, bubonic, Sydney 29.2 p 18
PLAN OF 2 PORTIONS OF CHURCH AND SCHOOL LAND, KHS Collection 38.1 pp 121, 147
PLANTAGENET, ship 38.1 p 163
PLANTERS' FRIEND, ship 43.1 p 42
PLANTSMAN'S GARDEN, Eryldene, Gordon 31.1 p 12
PLASTER MAKING 23.1 pp 5-6
PLASTO, CB 38.1 p 122
PLATYPUS-SKIN RUGS 41.1 p 37
PLAZA THEATRE, George St 38.1 p 150
PLC PREPARATORY SCHOOL 14.1 p 12
PLC PYMBLE, School doctor 32.1 p 30
PLC, Ashfield 38.1 p 43
PLC, Goulburn 30.1 p 54; 31.1 p 37
PLC, Presbyterian school, Croydon 35.1 p 50; 36.1 p 114; 38.1 p 43
PLC, Pymble - see also PYMBLE LADIES COLLEGE, and PREBYTERIAN LADIES COLLEGE 30.1 p 54; 35.1 p 50; 36.1 p 66; 37.1 pp 71, 91, 103; 38.1 pp 43, 62; 42.1 p 58, 60, 61
PLEASURE GROUNDS 8.3 p 9; 10.2 p 6
PLOUGHMAN, HW 39.1 p 136
PLOWMAN, Suzannah 39.1 pp 147, 153-154
PLOWRIGHT, Alfred G, master tailor 42.1 p 39
PLOWRIGHT, Fanny 42.1 p 39
PLUM ST, (now Woodlands Ave) , Pymble 33.1 pp 21, 23-26
PLUMBING TRADE 13.3 p 5
PLUME, H, Rev, founder (Barker College, Kurrajong Heights) 29.2 p 56; 36.1 p 46
PLUME, Henry, Rev 34.1 p 21
PLUNKETT, JH, Attorney-General 37.1 p 8
PNEUMONIC INFLUENZA EPIDEMIC 22.3 p 8
POCKLEY Ave, No.16, Roseville 44.1 p 51
POCKLEY ESTATE, Killara 4.4 p 5
POCKLEY FAMILY 38.1 pp 107, 110; 43.1 p 152
POCKLEY family 41.1 p 17
POCKLEY ST, Roseville 36.1 p 57
POCKLEY, Aileen Ann (nee Rolfe) 41.1 p 19
POCKLEY, Alice Isabel (also Isabelle) 41.1 p 19, 25; 44.1 p 26
POCKLEY, Arthur Bingham 41.1 p 19
POCKLEY, Brian, Dr 41.1 p 17
POCKLEY, Dick 41.1 p 22
POCKLEY, Edith Muriel 41.1 p 19; 44.1 p 26
POCKLEY, Edward Vanderbyl Waddy, Dr 41.1 p 22, 23
POCKLEY, Elizabeth Spencer (nee Antill), 1st wife of Edward V W Pockley 41.1 p 23
POCKLEY, Enid Marguerite (marr. Dr H V C Hinder, & later Fred'k R Holloway) also see HOLLOWAY 41.1 p 19
POCKLEY, Eric Osbaldiston, Dr 41.1 p 19
POCKLEY, Ethel Ernestine (marr. Dr Henry Vincent Critchley Hinder) 36.1 p 65; 41.1 p 17, 19, 72
POCKLEY, Eustace Mitford 41.1 p 19
POCKLEY, F.A., Dr, Wahroonga 13.4 p 4
POCKLEY, Fell 41.1 p 22
POCKLEY, Florence (Flo) 41.1 p 15, 17
POCKLEY, Florence Augusta (marr. Rev. Frederick William Reeve) 41.1 p 19, 110
POCKLEY, Florence May (nee Waddy) 41.1 p 19, 20, 21, 22, 23
POCKLEY, Francis Antill, Dr, ophthalmic surgeon, son of Robert Francis 41.1 p 11, 15, 19, 20, 39, 40, 49, 54, 55, 70, 76, 79, 81, 88, 91, 92, 110, 111, 114
POCKLEY, George 41.1 p 10, 16
POCKLEY, George Fulcher Knott 38.1 p 110
POCKLEY, Harold Campbell 41.1 p 19, 123, 124
POCKLEY, Helen Clare (nee Hooke) 41.1 p 19
POCKLEY, Helen Marjorie (marr. George Johnstone Knowles) 41.1 p 19
POCKLEY, Henry (Harry) Richardson 41.1 p 19
POCKLEY, home of, Killara 29.2 p 61
POCKLEY, Jeannie Rose (nee Turner) 41.1 p 19, 122 - 124
POCKLEY, Kathleen Mabel (marr. Edward/Edwin Archer Clive) 41.1 p 19
POCKLEY, Lesley Haslewood BRASH (nee Turner) 2nd wife of RV Pockley 41.1 p 23
POCKLEY, Marjorie 41.1 p 124
POCKLEY, Mary Barbara (nee Robinson), 2nd wife of Edward V W Pockley 41.1 p 23
POCKLEY, Mr 43.1 p 116
POCKLEY, Mrs (index note - unclear which 'Mrs Pockley') 41.1 p 20
POCKLEY, Norman Vanderbyl, Dr, dentist 41.1 p 19, 21 - 24
POCKLEY, Pauline (nee Rickards), 1st wife of Richard Vanderbyl Pockley 41.1 p 23
POCKLEY, Phyllis 41.1 p 124
POCKLEY, Richard Vanderbyl 41.1 p 22, 23
POCKLEY, Rob 41.1 p 130
POCKLEY, Robert F, Captain, shipmaster and harbour master, Killara 2.1 p 3; 4.4 p 5; 5.1 pp 2-3; 8.3 pp 8-9; 17.1 pp 4-5; 36.1 p 65;38.1 p 49;
POCKLEY, Robert Francis Capt. RNR, Portmaster & Super't Pilots & Lights 41.1 p 7, 9 - 20, 22, 60, 110, 118, 139; 44.1 p 5, 13, 26, 42
POCKLEY, Robert Fulcher (son of Robert Francis) 41.1 p 19
POCKLEY, Robert, Snr, Capt.,Commodore Green's whaling fleet 41.1 p 14
POCKLEY, Rosalie Gertrude (nee Parry-Okeden), wife of Henry 41.1 p 19
POCKLEY, Selina 44.1 p 26
POCKLEY, Selina (nee ANTILL), Killara 36.1 p 65; 41.1 p 10, 11, 15, 17, 19, 20, 22, 72, 110
POCKLEY, Simon, Dr 41.1 p 10
POCKLEY, village, Yorkshire 41.1 p 14
POCKLEY, Walter 41.1 p 17
POCKLEY'S BUSH 41.1 p 11; 44.1 p 42
POCKLEY'S ESTATE (also called Pockley Estate) 41.1 p 11, 18, 22, 39-41, 70, 73, 110, 118; 42.1 p 2; 44.1 p 13,20,42
PODMORE, Ada Beatrice Catherine (later MATE) 38.1 p 84
PODMORE, George 38.1 p 84
PODMORE, Mary Ann (nee COOPER) 38.1 p 84
Poet's Corner, by Duncan Miller 28.2 pp 41-42
POINTING, Albert 39.1 p 75
POINTING, Ellen Nora, (nee Daniels) 39.1 p 75
POINTING, Nellie - see also FIELD 35.1 p 20
POLA CREEK (near Kempsey, NSW) 35.1 p 61
POLAIN, John, dental surgeon 36.1 p 83
POLAIN, Lyn 36.1 p 83
POLDING RD, No. 47, Lindfield 41.1 p 103
POLE-CAREW, Charles Edward 38.1 p 85
POLE-CAREW, Ellen Henrietta (nee SANFORD) 38.1 p 85
POLE-CAREW, Frances Ione (later MORELL) 38.1 p 85
POLE-CAREW, Wymond Nicholas Richard 38.1 p 86
POLE-TRANSFORMERS (electricity) 30.1 p 37
POLICE 12.4 p 5; 13.2 p 5; 14.1 p 9; 29.2 p 65
POLICE COURT 29.2 pp 12, 17; North Sydney ~ 29.2 p 76
POLICE DRIVING SCHOOL, St Ives 10.2 p 1
POLICE FUNERAL, Sgt Hickey, Pymble 29.1 p 21
POLICE RAIDS, (two-up) Ku-ring-gai 37.1 p 64
POLICE RESIDENCE, Pymble 32.1 p 22
POLICE STATION, Boyd St, Turramurra 35.1 p 101
POLICE STATION, Gordon 36.1 p 20; 37.1 p 30
POLICE STATION, Pymble 17.4 p 4; 32.1 p 22; 37.1 pp 71, 142, 145-146; 38.1 p 27
POLICE STATION, Willoughby 31.2 p 9
POLICE, house used by, cnr Bloomsbury Ave 37.1 p 70
POLICEMEN 29.2 p 62
POLIN, A B, architect 31.2 p 41
POLIO 16.2 p 9
POLIO SOCIETY 43.1 p 144
POLL, fencing 31.1 p 28
POLLARD and LIPSCOMB, butchers, Coonanbarra Rd, Wahroonga 43.1 p 127
POLLARD, Emma, England 31.1 p 36
POLLOCK, Leila (nee Barton) 42.1 p 32
POLLOCK, Margaret, Nerrigundah 36.1 p 73
POLLOCK, Mr 37.1 p 19
POLLOCK, Peter 42.1 p 32
POLYPHONE 29.2 p 51
POMPEII 39.1 p 117
PONIES 29.1 pp 25-26
PONSFORD, Bill, Australian cricket player 29.1 p 25
PONY RACETRACK 29.2 p 74
POO, Lee 39.1 p 11; 40.1 pp 54, 178
POOL OF SILOAM, Roseville 19.1 p 5
POOL PAVILION, Manly 31.2 p 15
POOLE, Arthur Hugh 41.1 p 131
POOLE, Dorothea L.(Miss), headmistress (Abbotsleigh) 34.1 pp 25,26
POOLE, EL 43.1 p 154
POOLE, FL 35.1 p 98
POOLE, Florence May 41.1 p 131
POOLE, Judith (Mrs), headmistress (Abbotsleigh) 34.1 p 26
POOLE, Leonard Newman 42.1 p 119
POOLE, Leonard Newman, solicitor 41.1 p 62
POOLE'S BAKERY, Lindfield 8.4 p 9
POPE, Mr manager Farmer's Department Store 39.1 p 88
POPE, Ruth, author 29.2 p 26
POPPLEWELL, Dorothy (nee Hanson) 42.1 p 29
POPPLEWELL, Thomas, Pymble Golf Club professional 42.1 p 29
POPULATION, Ku-ring-gai 7.4 p 4; 18.2 pp 10-12; colony ~ 29.1 p 11; 30.1 pp 28-30; early Ku-ring-gai ~ 31.2 p 3; 1901, Turramurra ~ 31.2 p 57
POPULATION, Ryde area 31.2 pp 4-5
POPULATION, Sydney Town 29.1 p 11; Sydney, suburbs 1867 ~ 29.1 p 32
PORCELAIN, Chinese 29.2 p 23
PORK, salt 29.2 p 64; in food ration ~ 30.1 p 19
PORT DENISON, ship 38.1 p 122; 39.1 p 54
PORT JACKSON 29.1 p 31; 30.1 pp 7, 18-20
PORT JACKSON FIGTREES 29.2 p 60
PORT JACKSON LAND AND INVESTMENT COMPANY LIMITED 35.1 p 93, 98-99; 38.1 p 79
PORT JACKSON STEAMSHIP CO 31.2 pp 14-15
PORT JACKSON, ship 44.1 p 25
PORT MACQUARIE 34.1 pp 3-4
PORT OF NEWCASTLE ADVISORY COMMITTEE 38.1 p 118
PORTABLE GAS ENGINE 41.1 p 16
PORTE-COCHERE, Cheppywood, Turramurra 31.1 p 54
PORTER 29.2 p 62
PORTER BROTHERS 38.1 p 62
PORTER DAIRY, Avon Rd 37.1 p 93
PORTER FAMILY 33.1 p 40; 36.1 p 93; 37.1 p 108; 38.1 p 107
PORTER, [Mr] 38.1 p 45
PORTER, Bill 43.1 p 57
PORTER, Bill, postman, Pymble 2.1 p 9; 10.2 p 4
PORTER, Bridget Ellen 38.1 p 35
PORTER, Catherine Theressa 38.1 p 35
PORTER, Elizabeth 38.1 p 35
PORTER, Ellen 39.1 p 16
PORTER, Ellen (Miss) 38.1 p 35
PORTER, Ellen (widow, formerly Conolly, nee Fitzgerald) 38.1 p 35; 43.1 p 84
PORTER, Ellen Ida (later ROSS) 38.1 p 39
PORTER, George 42.1 p 11
PORTER, George E. 33.1 pp 40, 56; 43.1 p 82, 116
PORTER, George E., orchardist, Killara 2.1 pp 3 & 8; 18.1 pp 1-7; 29.2 p 61
PORTER, George Edwin 38.1 pp 35-36
PORTER, George Ernest, Gordon 37.1 pp 46-47
PORTER, George, Hunters Hill 36.1 p 93
PORTER, George, merchant 37.1 p 8
PORTER, GS 42.1 p 28
PORTER, Harold 38.1 p 29
PORTER, J 40.1 p 69
PORTER, mail contractor 29.2 p 65
PORTER, Mary (nee McMAHON) 38.1 pp 35, 78
PORTER, Mary Rachel (nee JOHNS(T)ON) 38.1 pp 35-36; 39.1 p 16
PORTER, Master 37.1 p 109
PORTER, Michael 32.1 p 26; 39.1 pp 73, 102
PORTER, Michael James, orchardist 41.1 p 64
PORTER, Michael Joseph 38.1 pp 35-37, 41, 43
PORTER, Michael Joseph, orchardist 43.1 p 84
PORTER, Mr, mailman 43.1 p 120
PORTER, Nurse 43.1 p 144
PORTER, orchardist 29.2 p 38; 32.1 p 26
PORTER, PG 39.1 p 26
PORTER, R, Mrs 33.1 p 45
PORTER, R., resident, Gordon 13.4 p 8. ?
PORTER, Rachael 38.1 p 35
PORTER, Reginald, Pymble 37.1 p 141
PORTER, Richard 35.1 p 83; 37.1 p 3; 38.1 pp 34-37, 40-41, 145; 39.1 p 25
PORTER, Richard II 39.1 pp 11, 16
PORTER, Richard III 38.1 pp 16, 78
PORTER, Richard J 38.1 p 36
PORTER, Richard Joseph 38.1 pp 35-36, 39; 40.1 p 12
PORTER, Richard, orchardist & publican, Pymble 2.1 p 8; 9.4 p 3; 10.2 p 10; 32.1 pp 20, 26; 43.1 p 38,84,101,102,117,119
PORTER, Richard, sons 29.2 p 64
PORTER, Sarah Ann (Miss) 38.1 p 35
PORTER, Sarah Ann (nee McMAHON), see also McMahon 38.1 p 36
PORTER, Sarah Ann Elizabeth (later BOURKE) 39.1 pp 16, 25
PORTER, Susan (nee FITZPATRICK) 38.1 p 36; 43.1 p 84
PORTER, Sylvester 37.1 p 141
PORTER, TE, contractor, Pymble 36.1 p 56
PORTER, Thomas Alfred 38.1 p 36
PORTER, Thomas Robert 38.1 pp 35-37, 39-40; 39.1 p 16; 40.1 pp 6, 8, 12, 48
PORTER, Thomas Robert, fruitgrower 33.1 p 54
PORTER, TR 38.1 pp 37-38
PORTER, Violet (nee SCHWEIKERT) 38.1 p 29
PORTER, William 35.1 p 83; 38.1 p 78
PORTER, William J 38.1 p 36
PORTER, William James 38.1 pp 35-37
PORTER'S DAIRY 38.1 p 62
PORTER'S ESTATE 37.1 p 4
PORTER'S HILL, Lane Cove Rd, Pymble 2.3 p 4; 26.2 pp 70-71; 43.1 p 47,49
PORTER'S LANE, St Ives 18.1 p 6; 43.1 p 82,83
PORTERS, Roseville 31.2 pp 39-42
PORTICO, Creighton, Turramurra 31.1 p 45
PORTLAND CEMENT WORKS 39.1 p 136
PORTLAND PRESBYTERY 35.1 p 9
POSSUM CLOAKS 41.1 p 37
POSSUM SKIN RUGS 41.1 p 36, 37
POSSUMS 41.1 p 36
POSSUMS, Ku-ring-gai 30.1 p 9
POSSUM-SKIN RUG 43.1 p 53
POST & RAIL FENCE, Roseville 30.1 p 34
POST & TELEGRAPH OFFICE, Pymble 30.1 pp 43-44
POST and TELEGRAPH SERVICE 43.1 p 134
POST OFFICE DIRECTORY, 1867 1.2 p 9.
POST OFFICE DIRECTORY, 1886/87 33.1 p 39
POST OFFICE PETITION (St Ives) 33.1 p 56
POST OFFICE RD, St Ives (now Rosedale Rd,) 33.1 p 39
POST OFFICE ST, Pymble 39.1 p 39
POST OFFICE, first, Gordon Rd East, Gordon 37.1 p 52
POST OFFICE, Gordon 36.1 pp 24, 99; 37.1 p 31
POST OFFICE, Hornsby 29.2 p 69
POST OFFICE, Lane Cove 29.2 p 65
POST OFFICE, Lindfield 32.1 p 3
POST OFFICE, North Sydney 29.2 p 65, 76
POST OFFICE, Pacific Hwy, Gordon 38.1 p 122
POST OFFICE, Pymble 30.1 pp 44-45; 32.1 p 25
POST OFFICE, Pymble, cnr Post Office St, & Grandview Ave 39.1 p 38
POST OFFICE, Roseville 32. 1p 33
POST OFFICE, South Colah 29.2 p 65
POST OFFICE, St Ives 33.1 p 53
POST OFFICE, St John's AVE 38.1 p 111
POST OFFICE, Wahroonga 30.1 p 48
POST OFFICES see also under NAMES OF INDIVIDUAL SUBURBAN POST OFFICES
POST WWI, TURRAMURRA 29.2 p 50
POST, (Joseph?) 38.1 p 26
POSTAL DELIVERIES 8.3 p 5
POSTAL DEPARTMENT, Pymble 30.1 p 45
POSTAL SERVICE 13.4 p 8.
POSTER HOUSE, warehouse 35.1 p 50
POSTMAN, Gordon 37.1 p 36
POSTMASTER GENERAL 29.2 p 67
POSTMASTER Lindfield 6.3 p 11. St Ives ~ 17.1 p 3.
POSTMASTER, Roseville 32.1 p 32
POSTMISTRESSES Gordon ~ 14.1 p 3.# Turramurra ~ 21.2 p 10
POTATOES 29.2 p 64
POTIER, GS 42.1 p 26
POTTER & BIRKS LIMITED 41.1 p 60
POTTER FAMILY, Lindfield 3.1 pp 8-9.
POTTER, [Charles] sic 44.1 p 5
POTTER, Ada, Wahroonga 35.1 p 36
POTTER, Alfred 42.1 p 115
POTTER, Alfred, architect 41.1 p 143
POTTER, John, Wahroonga 35.1 p 36
POTTER, Mr, Killara 5.4 p 13
POTTERIES 3.3 p 5
POTTERY 43.1 p 106
POTTIE, Lucy Ellen, Turramurra 31.1 p 47
POTTS, Barbara Jane 39.1 p 171
POTTS, E, builder, Chatswood 37.1 p 57
POTTS, Edward A 39.1 p 171
POTTS, electrician 31.1 p 28
POTTS, Ellen Gladys 41.1 p 107
POTTS, Ethelwyn, Principal of Ravenswood 42.1 p 58
POTTS, John Cuthbert, company executive 42.1 p 138
POTTS, Luce Dove 42.1 p 138
POTTS, Mr, sugar company man 33.1 p 20
POTTS, Norah Margaret 39.1 p 171
POTTS, pathways & W C removal 31.1 p 28
POTTS, Phyllis Mortimer (nee Thomas), 1902-1978, also see THOMAS 39.1 p 171
POTTS, TF, Rev., Principal of Ravenswood 42.1 p 58; 44.1 p 36, 71
POTTS, Thelma Muriel 41.1 p 107
POULTON, E 41.1 p 22
POULTRY 12.4 p 8; 14.1 p 8
POULTRY FARMERS ASSOCIATION 42.1 p 41
POULTRY FARMS, Ryde area 31.2 p 6
POUND (ANIMAL) 7.4 p 4; 9.4 p 6
POWELL Eliza, (formerly Fish), Killara 17.1 pp 1 & 5-6
POWELL ESTATE, Killara 17.1 p 5
POWELL ST, Killara 2.2 p 7; 10.1 p 3; 16.4 pp 3, 6 & 8-11; 17.1 p 4; 29.2 p 61; 41.1 p 8, 11, 12, 15, 18, 20, 21, 30, 39, 40, 42, 49 - 51, 70, 85-109, 118-142, 154; 42.1 p 11, 134, 140; 43.1 p 116; 44.1 p 5,17,18,20,42
POWELL ST, No. 1, Killara 41.1 p 86, 88
POWELL ST, No. 13, Killara 41.1 p 92
POWELL ST, No. 29, Killara 41.1 p 42
POWELL ST, No. 35, Killara 41.1 p 53
POWELL ST, No. 43, Killara 41.1 p 113, 114
POWELL ST, No. 45, Killara 41.1 p 114
POWELL ST, No. 49, Killara 41.1 p 115
POWELL ST, No. 5, Killara 41.1 p 86
POWELL ST, Nos 22-46, Killara 41.1 p 118 - 142
POWELL ST, Nos 35 - 39, Killara 41.1 p 51, 113, 114
POWELL ST, Nos. 23 - 49, Killara 41.1 p 110 -116
POWELL, [Mr], taxi driver ???, Lindfield 37.1 p 29
POWELL, Donald, accountant 39.1 p 156
POWELL, E 44.1 p 13
POWELL, Elizabeth Sarah (also known as Eliza and Sarah) 41.1 p 7, 9, 12, 94, 118
POWELL, Father 29.2 p 63; 43.1 p 118
POWELL, Florence 35.1 p 42
POWELL, Frederick CW, builder 40.1 p 63
POWELL, Harold 35.1 p 42
POWELL, Thomas John, Inspector of Water Police 41.1 p 9, 11, 12, 118
POWELL, Thomas John, land owner, Killara 16.4 pp 9-10; 17.1 pp 2 & 4;
POWELL-BROWN, J (Mrs) 34.1 p 60
POWELL-BROWN, Margot (Tuppence) 34.1 p 60
POWELL'S ESTATE, Killara 41.1 p 9, 11, 12, 85, 96 - 99, 102, 103, 105 - 107, 118, 119, 128; 42.1 p 2, 98, 132, 141, 142
POWER & ADAM(S), George & Wynyard Sts, architects 30.1 p 54; 31.1 p 37; 33.1 p 24; 35.1 p 49; 36.1 p 52; 38.1 p 31; 39.1 p 139; 40.1 pp 48, 55, 57; 42.1 p 144
POWER POLES 30.1 p 37
POWER STATION, electricity, Pyrmont 30.1 p 37
POWER STATION, Margaret St, Rozelle 34.1 p 59
POWER, (Annie) Maria (nee Mouzer), England 31.1 p 36
POWER, A & E. Service Station, cnr Pacific Hwy & Wolseley Rd, Lindfield 31.1 p 37
POWER, ADAM AND MUNNINGS - architects 30.1 p 54; 31.1 p 37; 35.1 p 50; 40.1 p 172
POWER, Allan, Edward, Elsie Kate, Florence, William Frederick, Lindfield 31.1 p 36
POWER, Clarissa Grace 44.1 p 23
POWER, Ellen Charlotte (nee Welch), England, master baker 31.1 p 36
POWER, Elsie Kate 35.1 p 50
POWER, John Porter, surveyor, architect 35.1 pp 49-50; 36.1 p 52
POWER, Joseph Porter 40.1 pp 25, 171
POWER, Joseph Porter, architect, Councillor (Ku-ring-gai) 37.1 p 55; 43.1 p 73,167
POWER, Joseph Porter, Colyton, Lindfield, architect & surveyor 31.1 pp 25-27, 31, 36-37, 49
POWER, Joy, author 31.1 p 36
POWER, JW 32.1 p 29
POWER, Maria Annie 35.1 p 50
POWER, Mr, architect 30.1 p 54
POWER, William Frederick 35.1 p 50
POWER, William, England, master baker 31.1 p 36
POWERHOUSE MUSEUM 39.1 p 30; 41.1 p 87
POWLEY, William 41.1 p 81
POYNTER, [Mr] (Abbotsleigh) 34.1 p 28
POYNTER, Alice Linda Rule (nee Taylor), prev marriage King, 1889-1939 39.1 p 173
POYNTER, Alice Linda Rule, Lady (nee TAYLOR) see also TAYLOR 38.1 p 110
POYNTER, Edward John, Sir 39.1 p 173
POYNTER, Hugh Edgar, Sir 39.1 p 173
POYNTER, Hugh Edward, Sir 33.1 p 16; 34.1 pp 29, 32; 38.1 p 110
POYNTER, Mary Augusta, Lady (nee DICKENSON) 38.1 p 110
POZIERS, No 2 Kissing Point Rd, Turramurra 35.1 p 101
PPICL see The Premier Property Investment Company Limited
PRACEY, Rosetta see MARSH and TERRY
PRAIRIE SCHOOL 39.1 p 154
PRAIRIE, station in Warialda District 38.1 p 40
PRANGLEY, Harriette 41.1 p 139
PRANGLEY, Richard 41.1 p 139
PRATT, Douglas 41.1 p 147
PRATT, Marian 44.1 p 64
PRATTEN BROS, printers & importers 39.1 pp 148-149
PRATTEN BROTHERS, 26 Jamieson St, Sydney 33.1 p 46
PRATTEN BUILDING, Jamieson Lane, Sydney 39.1 p 149
PRATTEN FAMILY HOMES IN KU-RING-GAI 39.1 pp 147-159
PRATTEN, (Frederick) Graham, 1899-1977 39.1 pp 150, 152
PRATTEN, Agnes (nee Wright) 39.1 p 149
PRATTEN, Amy (nee Culverwell), b1873 39.1 p 149
PRATTEN, Amy, d1952 39.1 p 147
PRATTEN, Amy, Gwenyth 33.1 p 46
PRATTEN, Andrew 39.1 p 152
PRATTEN, Ann Rebecca (nee Vowles), d1870 39.1 p 148
PRATTEN, Annie (nee Palmer) 39.1 p 148
PRATTEN, Austin L 39.1 p 148
PRATTEN, Belinda 39.1 p 147
PRATTEN, Cecile Jean (nee McDowell) 39.1 p 152
PRATTEN, Chris, author 30.1 p 11
PRATTEN, David Autton, 1910-1996 39.1 pp 147, 152-154
PRATTEN, David Autton, solicitor 33.1 pp 46-47
PRATTEN, David, George 29.2 p 53
PRATTEN, Eric Herbert, 1903-1965 39.1 pp 81, 147, 152-153, 155-157
PRATTEN, Eric Herbert, company director 33.1 p 46
PRATTEN, Fiona 39.1 p 152
PRATTEN, Florence Ann, b c1868 39.1 p 148
PRATTEN, Frederick 39.1 p 156
PRATTEN, Frederick Graham Stapleton 29.1 p 7
PRATTEN, Frederick Graham, 1874-1943 39.1 pp 140, 147-159
PRATTEN, Frederick Graham, company director, MHR, MLC 33.1 p 46
PRATTEN, Frederick Graham, printer 33.1 pp 46-47; 44.1 p 3,17,50,51
PRATTEN, George Austin, 1908-1993 39.1 pp 150, 152, 153
PRATTEN, George Austin, company director 33.1 p 46
PRATTEN, Gilbert H 39.1 p 148
PRATTEN, Gilbert Palmer, 1915-1971 39.1 pp 151-152
PRATTEN, Gilbert Palmer, company director 33.1 p 46
PRATTEN, Graham 39.1 p 147
PRATTEN, Grahame, politician, MHR 41.1 p 157
PRATTEN, Gwen, 1915-2000 39.1 pp 151-153
PRATTEN, HE, MP 41.1 p 86
PRATTEN, Helen Jean (nee Crowley) 39.1 pp 151,152
PRATTEN, Herbert Edward, 1865-1928, MP 39.1 pp 147-159
PRATTEN, Herbert Graham 39.1 pp 148-149
PRATTEN, Herbert, Senator 33.1 pp 46-47
PRATTEN, Mr, Pymble 10.1 p 2
PRATTEN, Pamela 39.1 p 152
PRATTEN, Peter 39.1 pp 147, 152
PRATTEN, PG 33.1 p 51
PRATTEN, Robert 39.1 pp 147, 152, 155-156
PRATTEN, Sam 39.1 pp 147, 152
PRATTEN, Sheila (nee Lowe) 39.1 pp 153, 155-156
PRATTEN, Tony 39.1 p 152
PRATTEN, Valmai (nee Arnott) 39.1 p 152
PRATTEN, Violette (nee Whitley) 39.1 pp 151, 154
PRATTON BROTHERS PRINTING 39.1 p 152
PRATTON, (Frederick) Graham 1900-1977, MLC 39.1 p 152
PRATTON, Sam 39.1 p 152
PRECIOUS, Eliza 36.1 p 27
PRECIOUS, Robert 36.1 p 27
PREJUDIGE AGAINST WOMEN DOCTORS, Sydney 32.1 pp 29-30
PREMIER COOPERATIVE POULTRY Co. 42.1 p 64
PREMIER PROPERTY INVESTMENT COMPANY LIMITED The (PPICL) 37.1 p 15
PREMIER'S PLAN, THE response to Depression 36.1 p 32
PRENDERGAST, Catherine 39.1 p 92
PRENDERGAST, Mary 39.1 p 92
PRENTICE, James Thomas, engineer 28.1 pp 7-8
PREPARATORY SCHOOL, Turramurra 35.1 pp 94,101
PRESBYTERIAN 32.1 p 16
PRESBYTERIAN Church 40.1 pp 20, 22, 171
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 41.1 p 70
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH HALL, Wahroonga 34.1 p 42
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF AUSTRALIA 38.1 pp 36, 44; 42.1 p 131
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH PROPERTY TRUST 36.1 p 88
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH TRUSTEES 37.1 p 87
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, Beecroft 31.1 p 49;
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, formation 31.2 p 32
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, Pymble see also UNITING CHURCH, Pymble 32.1 p 24;33.1 p 36; 35.1 p 39; 36.1 p 80; 37.1 pp 78, 103, 109; 43.1 p 141
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, Wahroonga 36.1 p 60
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHES 14.3 p 8
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHES, amalgamation 36.1 p 29
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHES, Cowra, Orange, Quirindi, Scone 35.1 p 50
PRESBYTERIAN HALL, Lindfield 14.2 p 5
PRESBYTERIAN LADIES COLLEGE, Council of 36.1 p 80
PRESBYTERIAN LADIES' COLLEGE, Croydon see alse PLC 42.1 p 39, 57
PRESBYTERIAN LADIES' COLLEGE, Melbourne 38.1 p 43
PRESBYTERIAN LADIES' COLLEGE, Pymble see also P.L.C. PREPARATORY SCHOOL 2.1 p 8; 6.1 p 4; 9.3 p 7; 17.4 p 4; 30.1 p 59; 28.2 pp 33-34; 29.2 p 62; 14.1 p12; 38.1 pp 36, 44; 39.1 pp 34, 83; 43.1 p 117, 160
PRESBYTERIAN MANSE, Wahroonga 31.1 p 45
PRESBYTERIANISM 4.4 p 8
PRESBYTERIANS, Rookwood Necropolis, classes of graves 31.1 p 10
PRESCOTT, Caroline Sarah (nee Parsons) 41.1 p 102
PRESCOTT, Charles John, Methodist minister 42.1 p 63
PRESCOTT, CJ, Rev, headmaster (Methodist Ladies College) 36.1 p 36
PRESCOTT, Henry William 41.1 p 102
PRESCOTT, Richard Henry 41.1 p 102
PRESERVATION OF HISTORIC RECORDS 26.1 p 4-7
PRESIDENT KU-RING-GAI SHIRE 32.1 p 49
President's Report 2000/2001 31.1 pp 1-4
PRESSED METAL CEILING, Town hall ~29.2 p 17; Ramsay Building ~32.1 p 4
PRESTON, James, author 36.1 p 15
PRESTON, John 41.1 p 60
PRESTON, Margaret (nee Daniel) 41.1 p 60
PRESTONKIRK, Scotland 39.1 p 109
PRETTY BOY, racehorse 9.4 p 13; 43.1 p 119
PRETTY GULLY 39.1 p 91
PRETYMAN, Cecil, accountant, manager, Wahroonga 35.1 pp 36, 40
PRETYMAN, Kathleen, Wahroonga 35.1 pp 36, 40
PRETYMAN, Ruth, nurse 35.1 p 40
PREVOST, Reginald 42.1 p 151, 152
PREVOST, SYNNOT & RUWALD, architects 40.1 p 15; 41.1 p 111; 42.1 p 152
PRICE FAMILY, Pymble 17.3 pp 12-14; 37.1 p 103
PRICE OF WALES HOSPITAL 39.1 p 82
PRICE WATERHOUSE, business 39.1 p 42
PRICE, Alan, projectionist, Gordon 36.1 p 108
PRICE, Alan, Shire Engineer 43.1 p 171
PRICE, Alice May 34.1 p 14
PRICE, Allan 38.1 p 152
PRICE, Ellis 43.1 p 150
PRICE, Eunice, contributor 37.1 p 95
PRICE, George 42.1 p 124
PRICE, H 44.1 p 35
PRICE, Harcourt Clarence, chemist 42.1 p 31
PRICE, Harold 44.1 p 35
PRICE, John Edward, water service operator, Gordon 37.1 p 42
PRICE, John Leonard, Gordon 37.1 p 42
PRICE, John, sawyer 18.4 p 8
PRICE, Leslie George 39.1 p 152
PRICE, Leslie, mechanic, Wahroonga 35.1 p 45
PRICE, Lionel J., Ku-ring-gai Shire Engineer 30.1 p 35; 35.1 p 34; 43.1 p 36,74
PRICE, Margaret, Wahroonga 35.1 p 45
PRICE, Naomi 43.1 p 150
PRICE, Phyllis 39.1 p 152
PRICE, Susan 42.1 p 124
PRICE, William 34.1 p 14
PRICE-HOWELL, Mr 14.2 p 3; 30.1 p 47
PRICE'S, South St, Range, Qld 38.1 p 59
PRIDEAU family 43.1 p 160
PRIESTLEY, J B 35.1 p 65
PRIEST'S FLAT (now Avalon Golf Course) 29.1 p 4
PRIMARY APPLICATIONS (re land) 29.2 p 36; 33.1 p 7
PRIMARY PRODUCERS' WOOL AND SELLING COMPANY 39.1 p 167
PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH 41.1 p 78
PRIMMER, Mary see BYRNE
PRIMMER, Sally 37.1 p 19
PRIMROSE MILK BAR 36.1 p 107
PRIMROSE MILK BAR, cnr Werona Ave & Roberts St 37.1 p 29
PRIMULA ST, Lindfield 6.3 p 12
PRIMUS ST, Roseville 32.1 p 37
PRIMUS STOVE 29.2 p 49
PRINCE ALFRED HOSPITAL 34.1 p 21; 38.1 p 21
PRINCE EDWARD, theatre???? 36.1 p 105
PRINCE OF WALES (later Edward the Eighth) 36.1 p 126
PRINCE OF WALES (visit 1920) 41.1 p 157
PRINCE OF WALES HOSPITAL Randwick 29.1 p 39
PRINCE OF WALES SCHOLARSHIPS 41.1 p 157, 158
PRINCE Rd, Killara 43.1 p 102, 111
PRINCE ST, Lindfield 9.2 p 11
PRINCESS CHARLOTTE, ship 29.2 p 67; 36.1 p 8; 44.1 p 11
PRING, Philip 39.1 p 30
PRINGLE, Archibald Rigg 35.1 p 93
PRINGLE, John Douglas, editor 28.1 p 9; 40.1 p 46
PRINTER, Government 29.2 p 19, 35
PRINTING PENFOLDS, The 29.1 p 35
PRINZ LUDWIG, ship 37.1 p 120
PRISONERS OF WAR FUND 13.2 p 3
PRITCHARD, AF, architect 39.1 p 98
PRITCHARD, E 43.1 p 61
PRITCHARD, James Gray 41.1 p 129, 130; 42.1 p 141
PRITCHARD, Mr 29.2 p 80
PRITCHETT, Beal 38.1 p 56
PRITCHETT, Elizabeth 38.1 pp 56-57
PRIVATE TRANSPORT, lack of, 1930s 29.1 p 14
PRIVY, backyard 29.2 p 8
PRIZE FIGHTING, Killara 44.1 p 5,14
PROBERT, Keith 42.1 p 72
PROBERT, Russell Newsome, vice-president Sydney Chamber of Commerce 33.1 p 60
PROBERT, S 38.1 p 118
PROBERT, Selwyn 38.1 p 117
PROBERT, Susan 42.1 p 72
PROBUS CLUB, Wahroonga 39.1 p 59
PROCKTER, Geoffrey 39.1 p 84; 42.1 p 101
PROCKTER, Heather (nee Field), b1910 39.1 p 84
PROCKTER, Heather Maude (nee Field)101 42.1 p 101
PROCTOR, Mr, MP 29.2 p 78
PRODUCE & TIMBER, transport 29.1 p 39
PRODUCE STORE, Turramurra 14.4 p 10.
PRODUCE STORES 29.1 p 14
PRODUCE STORES, Somervilles, Hornsby, Turramurra 35.1 p 73
PRODUCERS' and CITIZENS CO-OPERATIVE ASSURANCE COMPANY OF AUSTRALIA LTD. 39.1 p 138
PRODUCERS ASSOCIATION CENTRAL COUNCIL 34.1 p 14
PROGRESS 9.1 p 6; 14.4 p 12
PROGRESS ASSOCIATION, [Pymble] 39.1 pp 35-36
PROGRESS ASSOCIATIONS see also LINDFIELD PROGRESS ASSOCN; PYMBLE PROGRESS ASSOCN; WAHROONGA PROGRESS ASSOCN 30.1 p 30-31, 42; 43.1 p 170
PROGRESS Journal and Magazine 1897 38.1 p 38; 43.1 p 124136
Properties of the Historic Houses Trust of NSW, by Pat Cooper 29.2 pp 10-13
PROPERTY ACT, NSW, Married Women's 29.2 p 44
PROPERTY OWNERS 29.2 p 64
PROPSTING, Ald Marjorie, Lane Cove Council 31.2 p 8
PROSPECT RESERVOIR 29.1 p 32; 30.1 p 35
PROTEST COMMITTEE, Ku-ring-gai 30.1 pp 29-30
PROTESTANT ALLIANCE FRIENDLY SOCIETY 31.1 p 30
PROTESTANT FEDERATION 38.1 p 21
PROUD, George 42.1 p 152
PROUD, George, jeweller 41.1 p 56, 57
PROUD, Hannah (Mrs) 35.1 p 39
PROUD, John Seymour, mining engineer 42.1 p 109
PROUD, William James, jeweller 42.1 p 109
PROUDFOOT, Helen 38.1 p 118; 43.1 p 3,5,6,20,21,58,59,77
PROUDFOOT, Helen, Dr 29.1 pp 10-11
PROUDFORD, A 38.1 p 161
PROUDFORD, Allen Helsmore 38.1 p 161
PROUDFORD, Anthony 38.1 p 161
PROUDFORD, Joan Crisp (nee MARR) 38.1 p 161
PROUDS JEWELLERS 42.1 p 109
PROUILLE SCHOOL, Wahroonga 13.4 p 2, 26.1 p 49
PROUT, Skinner, artist 29.1 p 31
PROVIDENCE, HMS 41.1 p 14
PROVIDENCE, ship 42.1 p 128
PROVINCIAL LAND CO. 9.2 p 12; 28.1 p 36
PROVINCIAL RD, Lindfield 9.2 p 11; 36.1 p 57; 43.1 p 102,111,112
PROVINCIAL RD, No 4, Lindfield 39.1 p 169
PRUDENTIAL INVESTMENT COMPANY OF AUSTRALIA 42.1 p 30
PRUDENTIAL INVESTMENT COMPANY, 104 Pacific Highway, Roseville 32.1 p 33
PRUDENTIAL REAL ESTATE, Roseville 31.2 p 38
PUBLIC EDUCATION BILLS 31.2 p 32
PUBLIC HALL, Wahroonga 43.1 p 134, 135
PUBLIC HEALTH PROBLEMS, Sydney Town 29.1 p 11
PUBLIC HOUSE, Mr Rose's 29.2 p 14
PUBLIC LIBRARY OF NSW, Standing Committee of 38.1 p 115
PUBLIC LIBRARY, Sydney 29.2 p 15
PUBLIC MONUMENTS ADVISORY BOARD 33.1 p 68
PUBLIC PARKS, Ku-ring-gai 29.1 p 6
PUBLIC RECORD OFFICE, Chancery Lane, London 29.2 p 32
PUBLIC SERVANTS, Gore Hill Cemetery 31.1 p 21
PUBLIC TELEGRAPH DEPARTMENT 41.1 p 51
PUBLIC TRANSPORT, Sydney 30.1 p 22
PUBLIC TRUSTEE 42.1 p 48,70, 73, 114, 117, 118, 120, 122, 133, 134
PUBLIC WAR MEMORIAL GARDENS, facilities 31.1 p 13
PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT 29.2 pp 19-20; 30.1 p 35; 41.1 p 11, 20, 21
PUBLICANS see CAMMACK, JOHNSON, Eleanor and John; KELSEY, Thomas; McMAHON, Ellen; PORTER, Richard 2.2 p 7; 12.4 pp 5-6.
PUBLICATIONS 26.2 p 2
PUBLIC-HOUSE, cnr Springdale Rd & Lane Cove Rd 29.2 p 60-61
PUBS AND PUBLICANS, book, by Ken Knight 37.1 p 66
PUCKLE, Colonel 43.1 p 150
PUCKLE, Mrs 43.1 p 150
PUFF BOX, The 28.1 p 38
PULFORD, Alice Louisa (later TACON) 37.1 p 135
PULKNOWIK, Walter, confectioner 42.1 p 135
PULLEN, Henry 39.1 p 69
PULLEN, Henry William 39.1 p 69
PULLEN, Mary Ann (nee Barker) 39.1 p 69
PULLEN, Roly 43.1 p 150
PULPIT ROCK, Middle Harbour 20.1 p 5
PULSFORD CHAMBERS, 176 Castlereagh St, Sydney 42.1 p 91
PULSFORD, Anna Boyes (nee Crossman) 42.1 p 90-92, 94, 95, 114, 123, 139
PULSFORD, Aubrey Winter 42.1 p 90-92, 94
PULSFORD, Caroline 42.1 p 89
PULSFORD, Douglas 42.1 p 89-91
PULSFORD, Edith 35.1 pp 7, 66; 38.1 p 136
PULSFORD, Edith Agnes, music teacher 42.1 p 90-95, 139
PULSFORD, Edward, politician NSW & Federal 42.1 p 91
PULSFORD, Ernest Arnold 38.1 p 136; 42.1 p 90, 92, 94, 139
PULSFORD, Esther (nee Dickson) 42.1 p 91, 92, 114
PULSFORD, Family 42.1 p 90-95, 139, 145
PULSFORD, James Walter 42.1 p 90
PULSFORD, James, Rev. 42.1 p 89, 91, 93
PULSFORD, John, Rev. Dr 42.1 p 95
PULSFORD, Julia Hughina (nee Kennedy) (aka Duxie) 42.1 p 91, 92
PULSFORD, Lilian Maude (nee Brian) 42.1 p 91
PULSFORD, Mary (nee Wills) 42.1 p 89
PULSFORD, Mary Wills (Queen) (later THISTLETHWAYTE) 38.1 pp 135-136; 42.1 p Cover photo, 90, 91, 93, 94, 139
PULSFORD, Maurice Herbert (spelt Morris p. 139) 42.1 p 90-92, 94, 139
PULSFORD, MH and Co. 41.1 p 30
PULSFORD, Minnie Crossman (mar. Walter Dickson) 42.1 p 90-93, 123
PULSFORD, Miss 41.1 p 119
PULSFORD, Queen see PULSFORD, Mary Wills
PULSFORD, Sidney Wills 42.1 p 90-92, 94, 114, 123, 139
PULSFORD, Thomas Wills 38.1 pp 136, 139; 42.1 p 3, 89-95, 113, 114, 117, 123, 124, 139
PULSFORD, Thomas, Rev. 42.1 p 89
PULSFORD, TW, Mrs 38.1 p 139
PULSFORD, William, Rev. Dr 42.1 p 95
PULVER, Joyce (later FERGUSON) 38.1 p 18
PUMPING ENGINE (WATER), Chatswood 34.1 p 34
PUMPING PLANTS, Chatswood 39.1 p 28
PUMPING STATION (water) 30.1 p 36
PUMPING STATION, Chatswood 34.1 p 34
PUNCH, Annie 39.1 p 93
PUNCH, Francis 36.1 p 43; 39.1 p 103
PUNCH, May 39.1 p 93
PUNCH, Nellie 39.1 p 93
PUNCH, Sarah, Mrs 39.1 p 103
PUNCH, Thomas 39.1 p 93
PUNCHBOWL RD, Enfield 34.1 p 5
PUNT, Parramatta River, Meadowbank 31.2 p 5
PUNT, The Spit 31.2 p 15
PURCELL, A 42.1 p 117
PURCELL, Clare Mary 44.1 p 23
PURCELL, Clare Mary (nee Bryant) 39.1 p 94
PURCELL, Elsie 42.1 p 117
PURCELL, Eva Mary (nee Punch), d1942 39.1 pp 86, 93-94
PURCELL, Philip 39.1 p 93
PURCELL, Sarah Mary 35.1 p 52
PURCELL, Thomas Joseph 1874-1927 39.1 p 93
PURCELL, Thomas Joseph 1903-1978 39.1 p 94
PURDIE, John 41.1 p 74
PURDIE, Mary Emily 41.1 p 74
PURDY, Mr 43.1 p 148
PURDY, Mr, Cooinoo, Turramurra 18.2 p 4
PURDY, Mrs (nee Wooden) 43.1 p 148
PURDY, Norah Atkins (later SUMMERS) 37.1 p 131
PURE FOOD ACT 1908 37.1 p 94
PURNELL, Mary (later Boyd) 35.1 p 91
PURSELL, Gladys (nee Agnew) 42.1 p 97
PURSELL, William 42.1 p 97
PURSER, Cecil, Dr 35.1 pp 9-10
PURSER, Cecil, Dr, medical practitioner, Lewisham 34.1 p 21
PURSER, Cecil, Dr, Wahroonga 34.1 p 32
PURSER, James 34.1 p 21
PURSER, John, projectionist 36.1 p 108
PURSER, Louisa V see BRIERLEY
PURSER, Louisa Victoria 35.1 pp 9-10
PURSER, Louisa Victoria (Mrs), Wahroonga 34.1 p 32
PURSER, Mary 34.1 p 21
PURULIA, 16 Fox Valley Rd, Wahroonga 31.1 p 13; 31.2 p 61; 34.1 pp 41-42, 46, 48, 56; 35.1 pp 66-67; 37.1 p 55; 39.1 p 43; 43.1 p 5
PURVES, AJ, Abbotsleigh School Council, headmaster (Shore) 34.1 p 26
PURVES, Betty Jacques (nee Field) 42.1 p 102
PURVES, Ida Mary 34.1 p 24
PURVES, Raymond Edgar, Sir 42.1 p 102
PURVES, William Alexander, retired headmaster (Shore), North Sydney 34.1 p 24
PURVIS, Catherine Olivia (nee BROWN) 38.1 p 91
PURVIS, Emily (later FRANKLIN and ELGER) 38.1 p 91
PURVIS, John J 38.1 p 91
PURVIS, Mr 38.1 p 91
PW RYGATE & WEST, Sydney, surveyors 38.1 p 117
PYE, Cedric ("Curly"), nurseryman, Turramurra 19.1 p 7; 35.1 pp 96-97.
PYE, Mary Margaret see HUDSON
PYE, Rosemary, author 35.1 pp 82, 87-88; 36.1 p 44; 37.1 p 145; 43.1 p 144
PYE, Thomas, orchardist 42.1 p 66
PYGMY GEESE, Lady Davidson Hospital, North Turramurra 29.1 p 41
PYKE, Alfred 38.1 p 74
Pymble - A School Excursion & A Bush Picnic, by Hazel Perdriau 30.1 p 50
PYMBLE - see also STONEY CREEK 1.3 p 7; 2.2 pp 8-9; 2.3 p 3; 3.3 pp 2-4; 5.4 p 11; 6.1 pp 10-11; 6.3 pp 2-4; 8.3 pp 2 & 5; 9.3 p 3; 11.1 p 10; 14.3 p 3; 15.2 p 5; 17.4 p 3; 18.2 p 11; 20.1 pp 11-12; 20.2 p 11; 29.2 p 62; 31.2 p 3; 32.1 pp 16, 20, 21-28, 36, 37..
PYMBLE (RAILWAY) STATION 37.1 p 4
PYMBLE (WATER) RESERVOIR, cnr Telegraph Rd & Lane Cove Rd (now Pacific Hwy), Pymble 34.1 p 34
PYMBLE ANGLICAN CHURCH 39.1 p 127
PYMBLE AVE BRIDGE 37.1 p 91
PYMBLE AVE, Pymble 17.4 pp 2 & 4; 33.1 p 25; 37.1 pp 90-91, 103; 38.1 pp 6, 12-23, 25-26; 44.1 p 21
PYMBLE AVE, PYMBLE, publication 38.1 p 15
PYMBLE BANK OF NEW SOUTH WALES (WESTPAC) 33.1 p 15
PYMBLE BAPTIST CHURCH 36.1 p 29
PYMBLE BOWLING CLUB 9.3 p 4; 38.1 p 66; 39.1 p 73
PYMBLE BOYS' COLLEGE 39.1 p 65
PYMBLE BUSINESSMEN'S CLUB 39.1 p 73
PYMBLE CHAPEL see also PYMBLE METHODIST CHURCH 8.2 pp 7-8
PYMBLE CHAPEL, Mona Vale Rd, UNITING CHURCH 33.1 p 40; 43.1 p 88,89; 43.1 p 88, 89
PYMBLE CLUB 31.1 p 31
PYMBLE CLUB HOUSE LTD 33.1 p 19
PYMBLE COTTAGES GROUP 37.1 pp 140-144
PYMBLE ESTATE 39.1 p 74
PYMBLE FAMILIES, Pymble Hill 37.1 pp 153, 155-158
PYMBLE FAMILY 2.4 p 4; 16.1 p 7; 17.1 p 2; 26.2 p 72; 29.2 p 74; 33.1 p 9; 37.1 p 108; 38.1 p 107; 39.1 pp 6-8; 43.1 p 79, 81; 44.1 p 14,16
PYMBLE FAMILY DOCTOR 32.1 p 30
PYMBLE FIRE STATION 35.1 p 82
PYMBLE GARDENS, townhouses, Park Cres 39.1 p 42
PYMBLE GAS HOLDER 43.1 p 69
PYMBLE GOLF CLUB 3.2 p 8; 28.1 pp 9, 11, 16; 33.1 pp 3, 36, 57-62; 35.1 p 10; 36.1 p 86; 38.1 p 44; 39.1 pp 54, 137; 41.1 p 26; 42.1 p 29
PYMBLE GOLF CLUB HOUSE 33.1 p 61
PYMBLE GOLF COURSE 33.1 p 67; 39.1 p 13; 43.1 p 56,57,143
PYMBLE GOLF LINKS ESTATE 33.1 pP 57, 60; 42.1 p 109
PYMBLE GRANT 32.1 p 20; 39.1 p 117; 42.1 p 65
PYMBLE HALL, No 13 Telegraph Rd, Pymble 8.3 p 2; 29.2 p 64; 37.1 pp 154, 156; 43.1 p 119
PYMBLE HAMILTON ESTATE 37.1 pp 83, 86, 112-113
PYMBLE HEIGHTS ESTATE 33.1 pp 32-38; 39.1 pp 125, 137-138, 140, 166;
PYMBLE HILL 2.1 p 8;3.3 pp 3 & 8; 8.3. p 2; 20.1 p 11; 29.2 p 62; 30.1 p 44; 32.1 pp 21, 22, 23, 26; 37.1 p 3; 39.1 p 73; 42.1 p 67
PYMBLE HILL, buildings 32.1 p 21
PYMBLE HOTEL 41.1 p 46
PYMBLE HOTEL, No 1134 Pacific Hwy, Pymble - see also GARDENER'S ARMS HOTEL 9.4 p 13; 10.2 p 10; 32.1 p 26;38.1 pp 36, 41-42
PYMBLE House 32.1 p 21
PYMBLE LADIES' COLLEGE see also PRESBYTERIAN LADIES' COLLEGE, PLC 17.3 p 13; 20.1 pp 11-12; 32.1 p 26; 37.1 p 71; 38.1 pp 34-38, 43; 39.1 pp 24, 34, 94, 98,180; 40.1 p 20
PYMBLE LAND COMPANY LIMITED 37.1 pp 114, 116; 38.1 pp 44, 46; 39.1 p 69
PYMBLE LAUNDRY, Pymble 39.1 p 26
PYMBLE LEVEL CROSSING 30.1 p 45
PYMBLE MAP based on 1888 Railway Survey 32.1 p 22
PYMBLE METHODIST CHURCH see also PYMBLE CHAPEL 9.1 p 5; 9.3 pp 4-5; 9.4 pp 3-4 & 6; 33.1 pp 7, 41; 39.1 p 78
PYMBLE MUSIC CLUB 33.1 p 22
PYMBLE NEWS & NORTHERN SUBURBS ADVOCATE 29.1 p 5; 31.1 p 32; extracts & comments ~ 30.1 pp 42-48; 31.1 p 32; 39.1 p 42
Pymble News, The 30.1 pp 42-48; 32.1 p 20; 33.1 pp 53-54; 36.1 p 124; 38.1 p 36
PYMBLE ORCHESTRA 3.3 p 4.
PYMBLE PACIFIC HIGHWAY COTTAGES GROUP, Pymble - see also PYMBLE COTTAGES GROUP 37.1 pp 140, 145, 147, 151
PYMBLE PARK 5.2 p 11; 31.2 p 35; 39.1 pp 3, 21, 33, 36-37, 46
PYMBLE PARK FETE 37.1 p 115
PYMBLE PARK PRECINCT 39.1 pp 9, 33-48, 64
PYMBLE PLAYERS 33.1 p 22; 43.1 p 88
PYMBLE POLICE 43.1 p 145
PYMBLE POLICE STATION 38.1 pp 9, 27
PYMBLE POST OFFICE 2.1 p 6; 9.4 p 13; 29.2 p 63; 30.1 pp 44-45; 32.1 pp 25, 26, 27; 39.1 p 38; 43.1 p 119
PYMBLE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 4.4 p 8; 9.4 p 4; ?14.3 p 8; 17.3 p 13; 17.4 p 3; 38.1 pp 9-10
PYMBLE PROGRESS ASSOCIATION 5.2 pp 11-12; 15.4 pp 8-9; 30.1 p 43; 37.1 p 113; 38.1 p 52; 39.1 pp 38-39, 54; 43.1 p 62
PYMBLE PROPERTIES REAL ESTATE AGENTS, Pacific Hwy, Pymble 38.1 p 32
PYMBLE PUBLIC SCHOOL 39.1 p 11
PYMBLE RADIO ELECTRIC CO, No 979 Pacific Hwy, Pymble 38.1 p 27
PYMBLE RAILWAY BRIDGE 42.1 p 21
PYMBLE RAILWAY STATION 2.3 p 4; 3.2 p 8; 3.3 pp 2-4; 8.3 p 2, 5 & 8; 8.4 pp 12 & 14; 26.2 p 70; 29.2 pp 62-63, 66; 30.1 pp 42, 44-45; 32.1 pp 20, 21, 24, 25; 36.1 p 12; 38.1 p 28; 42.1 p 65
PYMBLE RAILWAY STATION SITE 38.1 p 105
PYMBLE RAILWAY TIMETABLE 32.1 p 25
PYMBLE RECREATION CLUB, Pacific Hwy, Pymble 37.1 p 141
PYMBLE RECREATION ESTATE 39.1 p 15
PYMBLE RED CROSS SOCIETY, No 983 Pacific Hwy, Pymble 38.1 p 27
PYMBLE RESERVOIR 6.1 p 5; 26.2 p 71, 72; 29.1 p 34; 30.1 p 36; 33.1 p 30; 41.1 p 21
PYMBLE RESIDENTS ACTION GROUP 14.4 p 7
PYMBLE SHOPPING CENTRE 1951 37.1 p 146
PYMBLE SOLDIERS MEMORIAL PARK 17.2 p 10; 26.1 p 43; 31.2 pp 34-35
PYMBLE STATION 37.1 p 155; 38.1 p 11; 43.1 p 47,61,66,122,160
PYMBLE STATION ESTATE 37.1 p 4; 38.1 pp 6, 8, 16-17
PYMBLE SUB-STATION (electricity) 30.1 p 37
PYMBLE UNITING CHURCH see PYMBLE METHODIST CHURCH ; PYMBLE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
PYMBLE UNITING CHURCH, Mona Vale Rd, Pymble 33.1 p 40
Pymble Village 1895-1900 - An Interpretation, by Giles J Tabuteau 32.1 pp 21-28
PYMBLE WATER MAINS 33.1 p 30
PYMBLE ZONE SUBSTATION, 982-984 Pacific H'way, Pymble 43.1 p 69
PYMBLE, (Mr), timberman 34.1 p 7
PYMBLE, Ada (nee McINTOSH) 37.1 p 158
PYMBLE, Amelia (Millie) 37.1 p 156
PYMBLE, Amelia (Miss) 37.1 p 155
PYMBLE, Amelia (Mrs) see BARTHO
PYMBLE, Amelia Matilda (nee BARTHO) 39.1 pp 21, 72
PYMBLE, Ann (later MORGAN) 37.1 pp 153, 155; 39.1 pp 6, 9
PYMBLE, Dot 37.1 p 157; 39.1 p 52
PYMBLE, early history 39.1 p 3
PYMBLE, early map 39.1 p 51
PYMBLE, Eliza (later EDWARDS) 37.1 pp 153-154; 39.1 pp 6, 10; 43.1 p 81
PYMBLE, Eliza, resident, Pymble 19.2 p 2; 29.2 pp 67, 69
PYMBLE, Ellen 39.1 p 78
PYMBLE, Ellen (Nellie) (nee SMITH) 37.1 pp 155-157; 39.1 pp 33, 73, 77
PYMBLE, Emily (nee McINTOSH) 37.1 pp 153, 156
PYMBLE, Emily Martha, resident, Pymble 17.1 p 1
PYMBLE, Esther (nee GORDON) 37.1 p 158
PYMBLE, Florence Mary (Florrie) 37.1 p 156
PYMBLE, Fred 34.1 p 8; 40.1 p 35; 41.1 p 35, 36, 37; 42.1 p 65, 66; 43.1 p 43,52,56,57
PYMBLE, Fred, author & resident, Pymble 10.2 pp 1-4; 29.1 pp 22-23
PYMBLE, Frederick William 37.1 p 158
PYMBLE, George 37.1 p 154; 39.1 p 6
PYMBLE, Hannah (later KEY) 39.1 p 8
PYMBLE, Herbert 43.1 p 56
PYMBLE, Herbert, resident, Pymble 10.2 p 1
PYMBLE, Isobel Lilian (Belle) 37.1 pp 156-157
PYMBLE, James 32.1 p 20; 36.1 p 111; 37.1 pp 83, 153-155; 38.1 p 104; 39.1 pp 6, 8-9, 11-12, 16-17, 19-20, 21, 24-25, 33; 40.1 pp 7, 35; 43.1 p 49
PYMBLE, James (Jim) house 32.1 p 22
PYMBLE, Jane 36.1 p 9
PYMBLE, Jane (later McINTOSH) 37.1 p 153; 39.1 p 6; 44.1 p 15
PYMBLE, Jane, resident, Pymble/Gordon 15.3 p 11; 16.1 p8; 28.2 p 33
PYMBLE, Jessie Ruth 39.1 p 74
PYMBLE, Jessie, nee LOVEDAY, also see LOVEDAY 39.1 p 21; 44.1 p 14
PYMBLE, Jim 32.1 pp 22, 24
PYMBLE, Kathleen (Kitty) 37.1 p 156
PYMBLE, Lavinia 37.1 p 155
PYMBLE, Linda 37.1 pp 156-157
PYMBLE, Mabel 37.1 p 156
PYMBLE, Mary (Miss) 37.1 p 155
PYMBLE, Mary (nee JAMIESON or JENISON) 36.1 p 9; 37.1 pp 152-153, 155; 39.1 pp 6-9
PYMBLE, Mary (nee WATKINS) 37.1 pp 152, 155
PYMBLE, Mary Emmaline (Emmie) 37.1 p 155
PYMBLE, Mary Matilda, resident, Pymble 17.1 p 1
PYMBLE, Matilda Emily (Tillie) 37.1 p 156
PYMBLE, Mr 35.1 p 85; 40.1 p 5
PYMBLE, Mr, dental technician, Pymble 37.1 pp 145, 152
PYMBLE, Nellie Elizabeth (Nell) 37.1 pp 155, 157
PYMBLE, orchards 39.1 p 3
PYMBLE, Philip 39.1 p 6
PYMBLE, Philip, England 37.1 p 152
PYMBLE, R 37.1 p 109
PYMBLE, Raymond, Pymble 37.1 p 158
PYMBLE, Robert 32.1 pp 21, 22, 24; 34.1 p 3; 36.1 p 42; 38.1 pp 28, 106, 108, 110; 40.1 pp 7, 10-11, 18; 43.1 p 10, 15,20,23,49,56,78,81,116,117,119122
PYMBLE, Robert house 32.1 p 21
PYMBLE, Robert I, constable, orchardist 37.1 pp 152-155; 42.1 p 6, 65; 44.1 p 11,45
PYMBLE, Robert II 16.4 p 10; 17.1 p 1; 29.2 p 74; 37.1 pp 153-155; 39.1 pp 6, 8-9, 12, 21, 33-34, 41, 45, 50, 64, 72, 74, 77, 86, 93, 100; 41.1 p 9, 12, 118, 122, 136, 139; 42.1 p 10; 44.1 p 14
PYMBLE, Robert III, resident, Pymble 17.1 pp 2 & 5; 37.1 pp 153-157; 39.1 pp 33, 36, 40-41, 72, 77
PYMBLE, Robert Percy (Bob) 37.1 pp 155, 157
PYMBLE, Robert snr, policeman 43.1 p 49
PYMBLE, Robert, Constable 42.1 p 13, 14
PYMBLE, Robert, early settler, pioneer settler, timber supplier, orchardist 1.1 p 6; 1.3 p 4; 3.3 pp 2-4; 6.4 p 3; 9.4 p 10; 10.1 p 10; 10.2 pp 1 & 3; 10.3 pp 4-5; 11.1 p 10; 16.1 pp 7-8; 17.1 pp 4-5; 18.4 p 14; 19.2 p 2; 20.1 pp 11-12; 28.2 p 33; 29.2 pp 37-39, 42-43, 61-62, 64, 66-67, 69; 30.1 p 50; 31.1 p 30; 33.1 pp 1, 6-8, 1; 39.1 pp 2-8, 13-15, 18, 22, 33, 67, 81, 123, 143
PYMBLE, Robert, grant of 39.1 pp 2-5, 19-20, 24, 72, 74, 77, 100, 155
PYMBLE, Robert, mounted policeman 31.2 p 9
PYMBLE, Robert, Pymble 37.1 pp 145-146, 152-153
PYMBLE, Robert, trustee St John's Church, Gordon 36.1 pp 9-11
PYMBLE, Robt. 32.1 p 20
PYMBLE, Robt. Senr. 32.1 p 20
PYMBLE, Roy Franklin (Dick), dental mechanic 37.1 pp 155-158
PYMBLE, RP 33.1 p 68
PYMBLE, Ruby Pauline (later SMITH and BROMLEY) 37.1 pp 155-156
PYMBLE, Sarah Jane 39.1 pp 20, 123, 125, 137
PYMBLE, Sarah M 39.1 p 137
PYMBLE, Sarah see McINTOSH
PYMBLE, Selina (Tene) 37.1 pp 155, 157
PYMBLE, Stella Beatrice (Cis) 37.1 pp 155, 157
PYMBLE, Susan (or Sussannah) (later LISTER) 37.1 p 152
PYMBLE, Thomas 37.1 p 155; 39.1 p 6
PYMBLE, Thomas Jnr 37.1 p 155
PYMBLE, WH 33.1 p 56
PYMBLE, William 36.1 pp 6, 10; 37.1 p 153; 39.1 pp 6, 8-9, 20, 137; 43.1 p 56,57
PYMBLE, William Frederick 37.1 pp 157-158
PYMBLE, William Frederick III 37.1 pp 153, 158
PYMBLE, William Henry 37.1 pp 155-158
PYMBLE, William Henry , carpenter 33.1 p 54
PYMBLE, William, resident, Pymble 6.3 p 2; 8.3 p 5; 10.2 pp 2 & 4; 17.1 pp 2 & 5
PYMBLEDON GARDENS 14.4 p 7.
PYMBLE-MILSON'S POINT BUS RUN 44.1 p 42
PYMBLE'S GRANT 43.1 p 16,17,28,56,122
PYMBLE'S ORCHARD 30.1 p 50; 32.1 pp 20, 21
PYMBLE'S PADDOCK 2.1 p 6; 29.2 p 63; 32.1 p 20; 43.1 p 119
PYNOR, Henry, architect 42.1 p 41
PYRAMIDS, sandstone, near the Chase Gates 29.1 p 41
PYRMONT 29.2 pp 15-16, 20; 30.1 p 36
PYRMONT BRIDGE 32.1 p 17
PYRMONT GENERATING STATION 41.1 p 139
PYRMONT SANDSTONE 29.2 pp 15-17