Judith Dunn

JUDITH DUNN OAM, FPDHS is a local history enthusiast, tour guide, sought-after public speaker, and educator who received an Order of Australia medal for services to history and heritage and holds a Parramatta and District Historical Society Fellowship for researching and recording Parramatta history (FPDHS). Judith has authored seven books, five of which are on the Parramatta Cemeteries, including St. John’s.


Publications

  • Colonial Ladies: Lovely, Lively, and Lamentably Loose: Crime Reports from the Sydney Morning Herald Relating to the Female Factory, Parramatta, 1831–1835, (Winston Hills, NSW: Judith Dunn, 2008).
  • Sites and Crimes on Sydney’s Waterfront, (Parramatta: Parramatta and District Historical Society, 1992), with Rosemarie Morris.
  • The Parramatta Cemeteries: All Saints and Wesleyan, (Parramatta: Parramatta and District Historical Society, 2007).
  • The Parramatta Cemeteries: Mays Hill, (Parramatta: Parramatta and District Historical Society, 1996).
  • The Parramatta Cemeteries: St. John’s, (Parramatta: Parramatta and District Historical Society, 1991).
  • The Parramatta Cemeteries: St. Patrick’s, (Parramatta: Parramatta and District Historical Society, 1988).
  • The Parramatta Cemeteries: St. Paul’s, Carlingford including Private and Demolished Cemeteries, (Parramatta: Parramatta and District Historical Society, 2017), with Rosemarie Morris.

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