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Title: Pierssené family photos
Name: Pierssené, Thomas Herbert
My Story: Thomas Herbert Pierssené was a Territorian who served in World War One, in both the navy and the army. That story is told in HistoryNT - First World War, 1914-1918 - Territory Anzacs - Returned Anzacs - Thomas Herbert Pierssené []. These photographs illustrate the family and life in the Territory after the war. They were provided by his daughter Rae Egan (nee Pierssenѐ).
Use and Restrictions: StoryNT Agreement
Place: Darwin
File type: image/jpeg
Appears in Collections:Territory Times Gone By

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img030.jpgPaper bark hut. With Herb Pierssené and (possibly) Jack Vini and Bobby Lee.117.12 kBJPEGThumbnail
img034.jpgThe house that dad built late 1941. McMinn St. behind the Daly St. Bridge.80.16 kBJPEGThumbnail
img036.jpgDad and the crew of the Koolinda shooting geese. 1930's191.57 kBJPEGThumbnail
img037.jpgBuffalo Lodge about 1930's in full regalia.307.32 kBJPEGThumbnail
img038.jpgMembers at the opening shoot of the Darwin Rifle Club 10th May 1931. Stamp with Jack Buscal Darwin. Pierssené is back row second from the left. On his right is Jack Murray.312.77 kBJPEGThumbnail
img039.jpgPierssené family, taken about 1910. From left to right Herbert (Grandfather), Lucy Winifred born 1903, Thomas Herbert born 1901, Angela (nee Pifferer) born 1869, Raymond born about 1898-9.265.06 kBJPEGThumbnail
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