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Australia Northern Territory
The Northern Territory was originally part of New South Wales. It was annexed to South Australia in 1863 then the Commonwealth assumed administration in 1911. The capital is Darwin.
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Pickup, Albert. Pickup of Darwin, History and family tree of John Pickup and Hanna Eccles that lived in Lancashire, Rossendale, with a branch emigrating to Australia. The following surnames are also listed, Green, Shorrock, Biggs, Watson, Gregory, Watson, Cooper, Burry, Jepson, Entwhistle, Hawsworth, Gadfield, Hayes, Smith, English, Glover, Stevens, Sigge, and Walker, dating 1723-1953. Article in The Lancashire Family History and Heraldry Soc. Magazine, vol. 6, no.2, pages 17-20, FHL Ref 942.72 B2r
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