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Photographs - Images relating to the Vincent Family of Warrenheip and Durham Lead, Victoria

From the Collection of Federation University Australia Historical Collection (Geoffrey Blainey Research Centre) Federation University Australia, Mt Helen Campus Federation University Australia E.J. Barker Library (top floor) Mount Helen Victoria

Description
Black and white and colour photographs of people, letters and newspaper clippings depicting dimensions of the Vincent family history
.1) Photograph of Vincent family home
.2) Photograph of the Bungaree and District Historical Society Heritage Wall
.3) Photograph of the Vincent family plaque on the Bungaree and District Historical Society Heritage Wall
.4) Photograph of information about the Bungaree and District Historical Society Heritage Wall
.5) Photograph of local football l team
.6) Photograph of the Mt Buninyong R. F. B.
.7) Photograph of haystack
.8) Photograph of letter from Shire of Buninyong to Mr R Vincent regarding the naming of Vincent Road
.9) Photographs of newspaper clippings concerning Cr Vincent becoming the next Buninyong President
Size
15 x 10 cm
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Object Registration
18406
Keywords
richard vincent, haystack, warrenheip, buninyong shire council, amelia vincent, bungaree pioneers wall, mt buninyong rural ire brigade, warrenheip football club, vincent
Historical information
Richard and Amelia (Job) Vincent arrived from Cornwall in 1855. richard was a farmer at Warrenheip. Their children were Richard, Mary, Thomas Job (died in infancy), Thomas Job, Annie, Emily, Selina, Amelia, Ada and George.

Annie Vincent married Edward huggins in 1884. Their children were Edith, Robert, Ada, George, Stella, Roy, Lillian, Harold and Ronald.
Significance
Provides a record of the descendants of Richard and Amelia Vincent who arrived from Cornwall England in 1855 and became farmers at Warrenheip.
Photographs capture dimensions of the life of Councillor Richard Vincent, who became President of the Buninyong Shire Council in 1953.
Last updated
3 Mar 2017 at 10:12AM