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Albert Bathurst Piddington (1862—1945)

Allen Bathurst (1684—1775) politician

Ann Bathurst (c. 1638—1699) diarist and prophet

Bathurst Class Minesweepers (Corvettes)

Benjamin Bathurst (c. 1784—1809) diplomatist

Catherine Anne Bathurst (1825—1907) Roman Catholic nun

Charles Bathurst (1867—1958) agriculturist and politician

Charles Bragge Bathurst (1754—1831) politician

Henry Bathurst (1744—1837) bishop of Norwich

Henry Bathurst (1714—1794) lord chancellor

Henry Bathurst, 3rd Earl Bathurst (1762—1834) politician

John Bathurst (1604—1659) physician

Katherine Bathurst (1862—1933) inspector of schools

Lilias Margaret Frances Bathurst (1871—1965) newspaper publisher

Ralph Bathurst (1620—1704) dean of Wells and college head

Richard Bathurst (1723—1762) physician and writer

Theodore Bathurst (c. 1587—1652) Latin poet and Church of England clergyman

Violet Emily Mildred Bathurst (1895—1966) politician

Walter Bathurst (c. 1764—1827) naval officer


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One of the major cities of central western NSW, is situated on the Macquarie River about 200 kilometres from Sydney. After the crossing of the Blue Mountains in 1813, Governor ...

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