Ann Coyle

BCO-E1-11-1-105-14 Ann was born around 1822 at Liverpool, England. She married Dublin born Joseph Coyle in 1840. Ann and Joseph had had eleven children, at least two being born in Ballarat. Margaret Coyle was born of 4 June 1854 at Ballarat. Mary Coyle was born in...

Anastasia Hayes

BCO-E2-26-2-105-07 Anastasia was born around 1818 in Kilkenny, Ireland. She married Timothy Hayes and immigrated with him and their five children to Australia, arriving in October 1852. The family lived in a tent on the gold fields of Eureka where in 1854 Anastasia...

Alice Mary Pittard

BCN-PVF-02-105-01-02 Mrs Alice Mary PITTARD (CROCKER) was Mayoress of Ballaarat 1926-27 and actively involved in community improvements. She was Founder of the National Council of Women in Ballarat and was one of the first two women elected to the Ballarat Hospital...

Frances Hooley

BCN-COEC-05-105-26-03 Present in the Goldfields at the time of the Uprising.  Frances Hooley was well known for her charity in helping those less fortunate.  It can be assumed Frances played a pivotal community role providing voluntary social work to those in her...

Annie Alexander

BCN-PRSA-17-105-14-02 Annie and her family were present around the vicinity of the Eureka Stockade at the time of the battle and would have been witness to the mayhem.  Despite this, Annie remained in the same area raising her family and continuing assisting her...