Melbourne Directory 1854 (Butterfield)
Melbourne Directory 1854 (Butterfield). J. Butterfield. 1854. Directories can provide varied clues and insights for family and local historians. They record those who lived in the area, along with their occupations, what facilities were available and much more. They may contain information on early members of your family.

This early Melbourne directory is arranged as follows:

  • Map of Melbourne
  • Directory - arranged by streets
  • Directory - arranged alphabetically
  • Trade and Professional Directory
  • Public Companies and Societies
  • Squatters' Directory - with names of runs and their occupation
  • Official (Government) Directory
  • Consulates
  • Advertisements

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