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Genealogy - Bessell

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My 3 x great grandfather was Charles Bessell.

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 4 Tunnel, Mt Lyell, Tasmania, Australia showing miners and narrow gauge tracks leading into the mine. Van Diemen's Land, Aboriginal History, Australian Continent, Gold Prospecting, Romantic Images, Largest Countries, Small Island, Tasmania, Dog Photos

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These images have been created for the exhibition 'North Lyell Mining Disaster,' from the original archive image below. Tasmanian Archive and Heritage Office: NS3245/1/249 TAHO images may be freely used for research or private study purposes. They may also be shared on private websites or blogs. When using or sharing the images please ensure that a clear attribution is included. For commercial use, please contact the Tasmanian Archive and Heritage Office

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These images have been created for the exhibition 'North Lyell Mining Disaster,' from the original archive image below. Tasmanian Archive and Heritage Office: NS3245/1/250 TAHO images may be freely used for research or private study purposes. They may also be shared on private websites or blogs. When using or sharing the images please ensure that a clear attribution is included. For commercial use, please contact the Tasmanian Archive and Heritage Office

This Tasmanian bridge was built by convicts in Ross in Photo by Dan Fellow. Port Arthur, Southport, Tasmania, Australia Travel, East Coast, Places Ive Been, Battle, Landscape, History

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This Tasmanian bridge was built by convicts in Ross in 1836. Photo by Dan Fellow.

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66 Likes, 7 Comments - Vicky Hollywood (@jestervictravels) on Instagram: “A still and quiet morning at the Ross convict-built bridge... #ross #reflections #tasmania…”

Lisle, north of Mt. Arthur, in the north east of Tasmania was the state's third largest goldfield. The most productive mine in Tasmania was Lisle Creek at Lisle Goldfield (N), (originally Mt. Arthur Goldfield), discovered by Charles Bessell and his brother in 1879, where more than 250,000 ozs of gold was obtained. Within a year, more than 2,500 miners worked the mine. Van Diemen's Land, Australian Continent, Largest Countries, Amazing Pics, Gold Rush, Small Island, Tasmania, Ancestry, Continents

Lisle, north of Mt. Arthur, in the north east of Tasmania was the state's third largest goldfield. The most productive mine in Tasmania was Lisle Creek at Lisle Goldfield (N), (originally Mt. Arthur Goldfield), discovered by Charles Bessell and his brother in 1879, where more than 250,000 ozs of gold was obtained. Within a year, more than 2,500 miners worked the mine.

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