Peter F. Swaney

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Peter Fairburn Swaney was born at the Orkney Islands, Scotland.[1]



STEPHENS— SWANEY.— On the 31st October, at St. Phillip's Church, Abbotsford, by the Rev. Thos. Symonds, George F. Stephens, news agent, Richmond, to Sarah Ellen Swaney (Steel), second daughter of the late Peter Fairbairn Swaney, contractor, of Ballarat. Ballarat papers please copy.[2]

EVILLE—SWANEY.—On the 22nd May, 1907, at Cairns Memorial Church, East Melbourne, by the Rev. John Gray, M.A., B.D., Ernest Arthur, youngest son of the late James Eville, of Melbourne, to Annie Maude, youngest daughter of the late Peter Fairbairn Swaney, of Orkney Islands, Scotland, and stepdaughter of Mr. A. Steel, of Melbourne.[3]

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TO CARTERS. - TENDERS wanted at per ton for Carting 30 tons of Machinery (more or less) from Scarsdale to Daylesford. Tenders received up to Thursday evening, by Peter Swaney, opposite Catholic Chapel, Melbourne road.[4]


  1. Australasian, 8 June 1907.
  2. The Age, 5 January 1895.
  3. Australasian, 8 June 1907.
  4. Ballarat Star, 7 April 1864.

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