'A genuine Australian' : foot-stepping a life: a journey in pursuit of William Bradley Esq. of Goulburn
William Bradley's death in 1868 at his home, Lindesay in Darling Point, signalled the end of a remarkable colonial career. A first generation, native-born Australian, born out of wedlock to an Irish convict mother and a former Sergeant in the NSW Corps in Windsor, Bradley was driven by the quest to become a respectable and respected colonial gentleman. While his life achievements are rarely noted in the historiography of early colonial Australia, his story is an important one that shaped a...[Show more]
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