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Hamersley East - 5100304

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Hamersley East - 5100304

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GPS Coordinates Decimal Decimal Deg Min & Sec Deg & Decimal Min
Latitude -31.8481° S 31.8481° S 31° 50' 53.16" -31° 50.886'
Longitude 115.818° E 115.818° E 115° 49' 4.8" 115° 49.08'
Address
East Hamersley Primary School
20 Doon Way
Hamersley
Western Australia
Australia
Phone No.
13 23 26
If calling from outside Australia: +61 2 6160 2600

Fax No.
No fax number available

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In 1836, a grant of 640 acres of land, known as "Campdale" was made to William Ealy Simpson for which he paid 160 pounds. In 1849, James Dalton moved to Orange having previously owned and operated a small store in the nearby village of Lucknow. He later went on to establish a number of flour mills in Orange in partnership with his brother Thomas, and later, his half-brother Michael. Over the years, the Daltons acquired substantial land holdings in and around the Orange district. James Dalton purchased the property and built the house where it stands today in 1876.
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