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Transcript of Gregory Blaxland
Facts about him
Gregory Blaxland was born on 17 June 1778 at Fordwich, Kent, England and died on 1 Janurary 1853. He was best known as crossing the blue mountains. He explored with 5 other people 2 of them were convicts William Lawson and William Wentworth. Him and his family came to Australia as a free settler. Blaxland, Wentworth and Lawson set of in 1813 to find a way cross. Blaxland had 4 sons and 2 daughters.
1778 he was born
1799 he married Elizabeth daughter of John Spurdon
1809 Lieutenat governor paterson granted gregory 2000 acres
1813 Blaxland occupied a farm at south creek near st Mary's
this is a map where he explored around the blue mountains