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George & Harriet Dunkley with family

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Photo depicts George & Harriet Dunkley and family chopping down a giant tuart tree at the site of their first home on the Stirling Estate Capel



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The Dunkley family was one of the pioneering families of the Capel area and took up land on the Stirling Estate Capel.

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Shire of Capel

Shire of Capel

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George & Harriet Dunkley with family