Liverpool

Suburb

South-western suburb based around the town founded by Governor Lachlan Macquarie in 1810, which remained a satellite town of Sydney until suburban development incorporated it into the city in the mid-twentieth century.

Milestones
Died
28 Apr 1818
Died
9 Apr 1860

Liverpool demographics

Map of the Cow Pasture Road and neighbouring counties: Cumberland, Camden and Cook 1919
Italianate mansion, Liverpool 1992
Hoxton Park 2004
WWI Memorial School of Arts, Liverpool  c1940
Unionism in Excelsis - Soldiers on Strike, Liverpool 14 Feburary 1916
Canon Hammond at Liverpool December 1935
Beaconsfield Estate, Bankstown: on the proposed loop line St Peters Liverpool 1880-1890
On Georges River near Liverpool, from Sophienburg, 21 November 1857
Feast Day at Liverpool Asylum 24 July 1886
Report of flooding at Georges River, June 1809
View of the dam over the river at Liverpool c1857
A group of Italian prisoners of war behind the perimeter fence of the main compound at the Liverpool prisoner of war and internment camp November 21, 1945
Moorebank, near Liverpool - The Residence of Thos Moore Esqre 1819
View of Georges River near Liverpool New South Wales, the property of G Johnston Esqre 1819
A game of draughts  1933
The Governor has been pleased to approve of the following appointments... 25 October 1825
Australian Aborigines. Cabramatta Tribe c1840
Canon Hammond at Liverpool December 1935
Canon Hammond at Liverpool, December 1935 (detail)
Mrs Florence Starr recalls getting her motorcycle license in 1925 in Liverpool, interviewed 1986Carl Borowsky, interviewed in 1986, talks about the 'bag town' near Liverpool that provided housing for families during the DepressionMr Walter John Ferguson, interviewed in 1986, recalls Australian artist Eric Wilson who lived in Liverpool in the 1930s, and his painting 'A game of draughts'Mrs Carmel Amalfi describes a hailstorm on her father-in-law's Liverpool market garden in March 1947, recorded 1986Mr Carl Borowsky, interviewed in 1986, remembers horse transport in Liverpool in the 1920sMrs Enid Borowsky talks in 1986 about working conditions in Liverpool's Challenge Woollen Mills c1930sMrs Enid Borowsky, interviewed in 1986, recalls washing laundry in coppers and kerosene tins in the early twentieth centuryMrs Carmel Amalfi, interviewed in 1986, describes her husband Angelo's work as a child on his father's farm in Liverpool in the 1930sMr George Bates, interviewed in 1986, on working at Ashcroft's Butcher's in Liverpool during the Great DepressionMr George Bates, interviewed in 1986, remembers a carnival held to raise money for an orphanage in LiverpoolMr George Bates talks about the Ancient Order of Foresters during the Great Depression, interviewed in 1986Miss Elizabeth Killinger talks about anti-German sentiment during World War I, recorded 1986Miss Elizabeth Killinger talks about her father's tannery on the Georges River, interviewed 1986Miss Marjorie Tebb recalls coupons used after WWII in her family's butchering business, interviewed 1986Miss Marjorie Tebb remembers the Chinese hawkers in Liverpool in the 1920s, interviewed in 1986Miss Marjorie Tebb remembers a family story about Aboriginal people in the 19th century in Liverpool, interviewed in 1986Mr Charles Wilson recalls fishing in the Georges River in the early twentieth century, interviewed in 1986Mr Domenico Scuglia discusses restrictions on Italians in Australia during WWII, interviewed 1986Mr Eddie Saunders remembers a blacksmith's workshop in Liverpool, interviewed in 1986Mr Eddie Saunders remembers his mother's bike rental shop in Liverpool, interviewed in 1986Mr Fred Scott remembers his grandfather's work as a wool classer in Liverpool, interviewed in 1986Mr Jack Healy recalls boyhood swimming rituals in the Georges River, interviewed in 1986Mr Jack Healy recalls training horses for the army in Liverpool in 1928, interviewed in 1986Mr Jack Healy remembers a local Aboriginal man from Williams Creek, interviewed 1986Mr James William Beale talks about his first job in the Liverpool telephone exchange in 1913, interviewed in 1986Mr John Costa recalls his family feeding American Italian soldiers on their Liverpool farm during World War II, interviewed in 1986Mr John Costa recalls the Green Valley post office, interviewed in 1986Mr John Costa recalls the gypsies who were once common in the Liverpool area, interviewed in 1986Mr Joseph Bradshaw remembers in 1927 being the proud owner of the second car in Liverpool, interviewed in 1986Mr Joseph Bradshaw remembers working as a child on a farm in Liverpool c1910-1925, interviewed in 1986Mr Norman Woodward recalls working conditions at the Challenge Woollen Mills during the Depression, interviewed in 1986Mr Pat Cullen recalls driving the police to accident scenes in his tow truck in the 1920s in Liverpool, interviewed 1986Mr Pat Cullen recalls the life saving club that patrolled the Georges River in the early 1930s, interviewed in 1986Mr Pat Cullen remembers using charcoal burners in cars during World War II, interviewed in 1986Mr Peter Granville-Smith describes his work at Liverpool telephone exchange in the early 1930s, interviewed in 1986Mr Stanley Everett remembers making crystal radio sets in the 1920s as a child in Liverpool, interviewed 1986Mrs Amy Everett recalls moving to Chipping Norton during the Great Depression, interviewed in 1986Mr Walter John Ferguson recalls the dangers of swimming in the Georges River in the late 1920s, interviewed in 1986Mr William Kennedy recalls collecting the dole at Liverpool Town Hall during the Depression, interviewed in 1986Mr William Kennedy remembers timber carting around Liverpool in the early twentieth century, interviewed in 1986Mrs Edith Fitzpatrick recalls the Sydney Water Board cottage of her childhood in the early 20th century, interviewed 1986Mrs Elsie Collimore remembers Liverpool's outdoor cinema in the early 20th century, interviewed in 1986Mrs Elsie Collimore remembers scenes from the Liverpool soldiers' riot of 1916, interviewed in 1986Mrs May Rae recalls her father's work for Challenge Woollen Mills, Liverpool, interviewed in 1986Mrs Evelyn Chapple remembers 'Old Joe', an Aboriginal man and his horse and buggy taxi service c1914, interviewed in 1986Mrs Evelyn Chapple remembers hazards encountered while walking to school in the early 20th century, interviewed in 1986Mrs Evelyn Chapple remembers surviving well during the Great Depression, interviewed in 1986Mrs Jessie La Trobe describes delivering newspapers to military camps during World War II, interviewed in 1986Mrs Marjorie Gough mourns loss of the old All Saints' Church building in Liverpool after it was demolished in 1971, interviewed in 1986Mrs Popple talks about Horningsea Park in Liverpool, interviewed in 1986

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