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Donald Gunn J. P. 1832 - 1901

from Brawlbin, Caithness, Scotland to Ballarat, Victoria, Australia
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Donald Gunn J. P. 1832 - 1901 by Alastair Gunn
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Donald Gunn emigrated to Victoria, Australia, from Caithness, Scotland, in 1854. He settled near Ballarat and was a Councillor of Ballaratshire from 1865-1867 and then again from 1870 to 1876. This included time as President. He was also on the Council of the Ballarat and District Agricultural and Pastoral Society for at least the years 1860 to 1899, again including time as President. He, as well, participated in many other community activities including being the Foundation Secretary of the Buninyong Highland Society from 1857 to 1859. He also worked as a Justice of the Peace. Donald married and had ten children - the best known of these is the Honourable John Alexander Gunn whose work creating an anthrax vaccine suitable for Australian conditions ought to be better known. Donald's family descended from Coroner Gunn of Caithness, the first Gunn known to history. In fact, Donald's descendants includes the most senior known Gunn to have always held the surname Gunn.

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I have been researching (Clan) Gunn history for decades and have written much about it and run several sites dedicated to it. My main (Clan) Gunn history is 'The Gunn: History, Myths and Genealogy' which is the first (Clan) Gunn history based on detailed academic analysis. For more on my books see https: // and for more (Clan) Gunn information visit https: // - https: // - https: //
Release date Australia
January 25th, 2021
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