Castle to Colony

Castle to Colony

The Remarkable Life and Times of Lucy Sarah Gray (1840-1879)

Book - 2013 | Revised edition.
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Lucy Gray (née Waters) (1840-1879) grew up in the small Irish town of Birr, at a time when increasing famine was causing death and disease throughout the land. Her father, a doctor, succumbed to cholera when Lucy was just sixteen. At twenty-two, partly inspired by Evangelicalism and a desire to convert others, but also with a genuine longing for adventure, she travelled to New Zealand. There, she worked as a governess for several years. After a brief stay in Sydney during the hot summer months of 1865-66 she returned to England, vowing to never again live in Australia. However, within two years she had married and settled with her husband on a remote cattle station in outback Queensland.
Publisher: Brisbane :, CopyRight Publishing,, 2013.
Edition: Revised edition.
Branch Call Number: 994.37 GRA
Characteristics: xii, 330 pages :,illustrations (some colour), 1 genealogical table, facsimiles, maps, portraits ;,25 cm.
Notes: Includes bibliographical references (pages 317-323) and index.

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