William Paxton
Ayers House, 288 North Terrace, Adelaide, South Australia

William Paxton
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Name: William Paxton
Category: Colonialist

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William Paxton (1818-1893).British pharmacist,and colonialist in Australia.After running a few pharmacists shops in both Britain & Down under,he helped found the small town of Willaston,South Australia.

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Years of Residence: 1846 - 1855
Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Paxton_(Australian_businessman)

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William Paxton (0808-1893).British pharmacist,and colonial town planner in Australia,lived here,and had Ayers House built.

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Ayers House
288 North Terrace
South Australia

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Built in 1846,greatly expanded into it's xurrent stately size,by Sir Henry Ayers,in 1855. The last remaining mansion on North Terrace,Adelaide,it is open as a public museum,and a wedding/convention venue & restaurant.

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