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|Statement||compiled by Robert S. Cameron.|
|LC Classifications||CS2009 .C66 1986|
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|Number of Pages||193|
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Robert Cooper of Juniper Hall: A family history Paperback – January 1, by Robert S Cameron (Author)Author: Robert S Cameron. Cameron, Robert S. Robert Cooper of Juniper Hall: a family history / compiled by Robert S.
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Juniper Hall. Juniper Hall was built by the emancipated convict Robert Cooper in to fulfill a promise to his third wife, Sarah, to build her the finest house in Sydney. Cooper, a wealthy hotel and distillery owner in London, had been transported to Sydney in for receiving stolen goods.
Juniper Hall is the oldest standing example of a Georgian villa in Australia. Completed inJuniper Hall was built by the convict settler Robert Cooper. Cooper, described as a distiller, publican, self confessed smuggler and likeable rogue lived in the building with his third wife Sarah May and their many children.
Juniper Hall Built on the ridge at Paddington, with views to the harbour and Botany Bay, Juniper Hall was the home of wealthy distiller and ex-convict Robert Cooper, and his large family. It was later used as a school, public building and court, and later subdivided into flats, before the National Trust of Australia (NSW) bought and restored it.
Juniper Hall from Robert Cooper and he renamed it Ormonde House, in honour of the Marquess of Ormonde, who had assisted him in getting the appointment in N.S.W. He found the State records in great disorder when he took over the Attorney-Generalship and his activities resulted in a large sum of money due to the Treasury being paid.
The construction of Juniper Hall was the result of a promise by ex-convict Robert Cooper to his third wife (and bearer of a further fourteen children) Sarah Cooper to build his newly wed “the finest house in Sydney”.
Juniper Hall is a unique art gallery. Believed to be the oldest surviving mansion from Governor Macquarie’s time to be found in Sydney, it was built by emancipated convict Robert Cooper in to fulfill a promise to give his third wife Sarah the ‘finest house in Sydney’. Cooper was the only one to build a mansion and eventually bought out his partners.
Its original name was Juniper Hall, but was later renamed Ormond House to distance itself from its gin image. Cooper appears to have tried selling the property at. Originally the Royal Oak coaching inn, Juniper Hall was enlarged and remodelled by Sir Cecil Bishopp in the s, with a classical portico, tall arched windows and delicate plasterwork inside.
Its chief glory was the so-called sculptured drawing-room, decorated by a. Robert James Cooper was a Pioneer of the Burrill Lake in the Ulladulla District on the South Coast.
He was born at his home Juniper Hall Paddington. He was the first son of Robert Cooper and his wife Catherine Newell nee Rutter. His father died in when Robert was 18 years old. Sarah May () married in Robert Cooper Snr (the distiller) of Juniper Hall, South Head Rd, in and was his third wife.
Charlotte (aged 32) wife of Henry Cooper, architect, Darling Harbour. Mrs Mary Cooper owned and let a house in Cumberland St. 1 Descendants of Juniper Hall Generation No. 1 1. JUNIPER1 HALL was born in Ga, and died 07 Jan in Emanuel Co Ga., Hall Cem, Hall's Bridge Rd. He married (1) ELIZABETH BRASWELL in Date estimated.
He married (2) MARTHA THIPGEN 01 Dec in Montgomery Co Ga1, daughter of TRAVIS THIGPEN and HANNAH was born in Liberty Co Ga, and died in Emanuel Co Ga, Hall File Size: 94KB. PADDINGTON’S oldest building — Juniper Hall — is set for a major redevelopment raising fears that the works could diminish the historical significance of the site.
Peter Moran, son of late healthcare mogul Doug Moran. The Robert Cooper Genealogy was substantially updated in by Robert Stewart Cameron, and published in book form (Robert Cooper of Juniper Hall) ISBN 1 X.
A supplement of corrections and additions was published in Juniper Hall in Paddington, Sydney, sold at auction today for $ million to Peter Moran. The Moran family reside in the sprawling year old Swift mansion in Darling Point, which has 56 rooms and was last valued at $60 million.
Peter's mother is said to have been related to the wife of Mr. Robert Cooper, who. Juniper Hall Location: 1 Ormond Street, Paddington, NSW Constructed: Juniper Hall was named after the key ingredient in gin, junipers. Robert Cooper owner of one of the first distilleries in the colony, had Juniper Hall built for his third wife after promising her the 'finest house in Sydney'.
Juniper Hall was built for Robert Cooper, (distiller and emancipist merchant, who with partners James Underwood and Francis Ewen Forbes, recieved acres from Governor Brisbane in c, covering the whole of north Paddington, and they agreed to erect 3 mansions and a distillery there.
Juniper Hall is believed to be the oldest surviving mansion from Governor Macquarie’s time. It was built by emancipated convict Robert Cooper in to fulfill a promise to give his third wife Sarah the ‘finest house in Sydney’.
Juniper Hall is home to the Moran Arts Foundation and the backdrop for the Moran Prizes exhibitions each year. The Gin tasting event was held at Juniper Hall, one of the oldest buildings in Sydney and home to a former English distiller, Robert Cooper, who had been transported to Australia as a convict.
Only 40 guests were invited along to hear Philip Duffy, drinks historian and gin expert, talk us through this extraordinary venture. The Robert Cooper Genealogy. The Robert Cooper Genealogy was substantially updated in by Robert Stewart Cameron, and published in book form (Robert Cooper of Juniper Hall) ISBN 1 X.
A supplement of corrections and additions was published in The Internet. Very little of the information in the Robert Cooper Genealogy has been. Robert came from a family of distillers and hotel keepers in the Stepney area of London. The family owned 'The White Swan' hotel, known as 'Paddy's Goose' situated on Ratcliffe Hi.
The north side of the street is the result of an land grant of acres to James Underwood, Robert Cooper and Francis Forbes. Together they soon thereafter built the Glenmore Distillery however their partnership did not survive long.
By Underwood bought out Forbes and subsequently Cooper, who eventually built Juniper Hall as his home. View the profiles of people named Robert Cooper. Join Facebook to connect with Robert Cooper and others you may know.
Facebook gives people the power to Missing: Juniper Hall. An Amazon Best Book of September I admit, I wept twice upon reading this memoir: once at the very beginning (yes, on page three) and once at the end. I challenge you not to grow teary-eyed over this true story of a couple who gave birth to a micro-preemie—a child born at twenty-three weeks with a body so fragile that on the day of her birth, the nurse has to caution the dad not to /5().
book a shoot A GARDEN AFFAIR Believed to be one of the oldest surviving mansions found in Sydney, Juniper Hall was built by emancipated convict Robert Cooper in after a promise to his third wife to build her the finest house in Sydney.
the earliest period, renamed it Juniper Hall, and effectively wiped out in its first breath the major part of its history.
It then went on to focus on the public and commercial life of its original owner, a man named Robert Cooper. His family and domestic servants are only shadowy presences in this hymn to.
Cooper was known affectionately as 'Robert the Large'. He had three wives. Cooper's first wife died in in England soon after his conviction, his second wife, Elizabeth Kelley, died in childbirth in January he married a third time to Sarah May, from the Hawkesbury River district.
Altogether he had some twenty-eight children. Ormond House dates from and is the oldest building in Paddington and the oldest surviving mansion in New South Wales. It was built by Robert Cooper as Juniper Hall, but renamed in the s as Ormond House.
After World War II it was renamed Juniper Hall. The property has been owned by the National Trust since Cameron, Robert S.
Cameron genealogies [electronic resource] / compiled by Robert S. Cameron for Clan Cameron N.S.W. Inc R.S. Cameron Leura, NSW Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required. My great great great great - grandfather Robert COOPER is mentioned in a book called (funnily enough) Robert Cooper of Juniper Hall.
Part of the information is a photocopy of a newspaper clipping (circa 's), which mentiones the National Trust recently launching plans to restore Juniper Hall as part of the Bicentenary project.
Juniper Hall is an example of Georgian architecture and is one of the oldest houses in Sydney. Juniper Hall was built by the emancipated convict Robert Cooper in to fulfill a promise to his third wife, Sarah, to build her the finest house in Sydney.
Juniper Hall, Paddinglon 19th century, Front fence, 3 pines in front of the hall, people in Victorian clothes on the balcony, and in grounds.
Restoration of Juniper Hall, Demolition of shops in front of the hall, Section of Imperial Hotel at g: Robert Cooper. Frederick Augustus Cooper, a well-known Victorian barrister, died in Melbourne this morning. He was the son of the late Mr. Robert Cooper, of Juniper Hall, Sydney, a large distiller, and owner of the Brisbane Distillery, which was situated where Tooth's Brewery now stands, in George-street West.
Cooper was born in Sydney inand was one of the original members of the first Reform. On 26 September the Queen Norfolk Island Victualling Books –; R. Wright, The Forgotten Generation of Norfolk Island and Van Diemen’s Land (Sydney: Library of Australian History, ) pp.
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Robert Cooper of Juniper Hall: a family history Robert S. Cameron Robert, a Bogg family history. Juniper Hall was built circa by emancipist distiller Robert Cooper, whose wife Sarah is a distant relative of Peter Moran, who is spearheading the project. Juniper Hall was originally the home of Robert Cooper, a gin distiller.
He reportedly designed the house himself and had it built circaincluding a cellar and attic in the structure. Unlike most Georgian homes, it features an upstairs balcony, which looks out onto Oxford Street. Juniper Hall, also known as Ormond House, is an heritage-listed former residence and children's home and now retail building and exhibition venue located at 1 Ormond Street, Paddington in the Municipality of Woollahra local government area of New South Wales, Australia.
It was built from to. Juniper Hall, also known as Ormond House, is a heritage-listed former residence and children's home and now retail building and exhibition venue located at 1 Ormond Street, Paddington in the Municipality of Woollahra local government area of New South Wales, Australia.
It was built from to Missing: Robert Cooper. Believed to be one of the oldest surviving mansions found in Sydney, Juniper Hall was built by emancipated convict Robert Cooper in after a promise to his third wife to build her the finest house in Sydney. As the historic rooms got readily busied for .The launch of “A Photographer’s Life – Part One” on the beautiful walls of historic Juniper Hall (completed by convict settler Robert Cooper in ) surpassed expectations.Juniper Hall dates from and is the oldest grand mansion in Sydney.
It was built as Juniper Hall by Robert Cooper, a gin distiller. The house was renamed Ormond in to distance it from its associations with Cooper's trade.
Ormond House/Juniper Hall was located at 1 Ormond Street on the corner of Oxford Street, Paddington.