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Ogilvie, Edward David Stewart (1814 - 1896)

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University of New England and Regional Archives, Heritage Centre
[Repository details]
Date Range:1859 - 1948

The earliest records in this group go back to the period when Edward D.S. Ogilvie was the proud owner of the rich and extensive pastoral station 'Yulgilbar' in the fertile valley of the Clarence River. The records include: stud books 1859-1875; ledgers 1876, 1887 and 1894-1895; a journal, 1896-1897; branding book, 1869-1874 and cattle sale book, 1874-1875 (in the one volume); a horse book, 1901-1918; letterbook, 1904-1909 (containing press-copies of correspondence signed by the station manager, J. Campbell); a quarterly cattle muster book (1918-1936) and a daily record of transactions (1926-1946). See also accession number A002 for further Ogilvie records.

Formats:11 vols
Related Entities:Yulgilbar


Biographical article on Ogilvie of 'Yulgilbar' Station near Tabulam, published in the Daily Examiner, Grafton (offprint, author(s) and date of publication unknown). Accompanying the text of the article is a picture of the late Hon. E.D.S. Ogilvie taken from a large portrait oil painting by Tom Roberts, on permanent loan to the Clarence River Historical Society.

Formats:1 sheet

Date Range:1850 - 1861

E.D.S. Ogilvie's station diaries 1850-1861 (typescript copy), together with a map of Yulgilbar Country (on the Upper Clarence River) showing out-stations and tracks referred to in the diary. .

Formats:449 foolscap pp. and 1 map


Notes on Farwell's Squatter's Castle Some notes by Kathleen F. Bland on George Farwell's. book about Edward D.S. Ogilvie of Yulgilbar Estate near Grafton. Kathleen Bland is a descendant of Ogilvie.

Collection Title:Ogilvie Family Collection
Date Range:c. 1832 - c. 1960
Creator:Ogilvie, Edward David Stewart (1814 - 1896)

A large collection of Ogilvie family papers, all but one box of which are of twentieth century origin. A detailed list of these papers is available in the Archives. Edward David Stewart Ogilvie settled in the Upper Clarence area of New South Wales at Yugilbar.

Formats:23 boxes, 45 vols and Photographs
Access:Available for reference
Related Entities:Ogilvie Family
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Published by The Australian Science and Technology Heritage Centre, 5 April 2004
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Updated: 23 February 2010

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