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91450
Surname: Dangar
First Name: Thomas G.G
Ship: -
Date: 1863
Place: Namoi
Source: Australian Almanac 1863
Details: Commissioner for Affidavits


54204
Surname: Dangar
First Name: Thomas Gordon Gibbons
Ship: -
Date: -
Place: -
Source: An Organised Banditti, p.191
Details: Born in 1829. Son of Thomas Dangar's first wife and her husband Mr. Gibbons. Raised by Thomas Dangar


54205
Surname: Dangar
First Name: Thomas Gordon Gibbons
Ship: -
Date: 1841 24 February
Place: Sydney
Source: An Organised Banditti, p.191
Details: Witness at the trial of bushrangers, Marshall, Everett, Shea, Chitty and Glanville


83001
Surname: Dangar
First Name: Thomas Gordon Gibbons
Ship: -
Date: 1851 12 April
Place: Scone
Source: MM
Details: Title deeds


148466
Surname: Dangar
First Name: Thomas Gordon Gibbons
Ship: -
Date: -
Place: -
Source: Australian Dictionary of Biography and Australian Dictionary of Dates and Men of the Time
Details: Born in Sydney 17 November 1829, son of Matthew John Gibbons and his wife Charlotte Selina nee Hutchinson. In 1832 his widowed mother married Thomas Dangar and the family moved to Scone where she died in 1838. He entered into a pastoral life first in New England and then on the Condamine. He was elected for the Gwydir district in 1865. He died of diabetes on 4th July 1890 at Petersham


100275
Surname: Dangar (obit.,)
First Name: Mrs. Thomas
Ship: -
Date: 1 March 1860
Place: Scone
Source: MM
Details: OBITUARY - It is our painful duty to record the demise on Wednesday morning last, at her residence in Scone, of one of our old and much-respected inhabitants -we mean the lady of Tbomas Dangar, Esq. The deceased lady had been a severe sufferer during the last three years ; and during the latter twelve months of her life had been totally helpless, through paralysis in her lower extremities, as also her mental faculties being impaired. The illness of Mrs. Dangar, as well as her daughter, was the means of compelling Mr. Dangar to relinquish business some years ago, and watch over the sick-bed of his suffering wife and child. Mrs. Dangar was in her 57th year, when death's unrelenting hand came and removed her from earthly sufferings, we believe, " To enjoy that rest which remains for the people of God." This is the second bereavement during the last twelve months that 'has taken place in the above gentleman's family, having, eleven months and three weeks ago, committed to the tomb the ashes of his only daughter, aged l8 years We deeply sympathise with« that gentleman's severe loss of a beloved wife, affection- ate mother, and valued member of society. Her remains were deposited in the family fault on Thursday afternoon last, in tho presence of 130 of the most influential and respectable inhabitants of the district.