Cricketers outside the Cricketers' Arms, c. 1910
A group of cricketers outside the Cricketers Arms. L-R: William Gribble, unknown, George Gribble, Harry Curran, unknown, unknown, Charles Thompson, unknown (c. 1910)
Courtesy of the Queanbeyan Museum
- The Cricketers' Arms
From the 1840s until about 1858 Julia Webb (known as 'Judy the Great') operated a sly grog...
- Henry 'Harry' Curran
Henry Roland Curran - known as 'Harry' - was the last full-time blacksmith of the ACT....
- George Gribble
The Gribbles were a well-known Ginninderra family. Tom Gribble and Kate (nee Warren) settled...
- Charles William Thompson
Charles Thompson's lifetime teaching career began in 1886 as a youth in the isolated hill country...