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ABAL, Tei, c1932-1994, politician
ABEL SMITH, Henry (Sir), 1900-1993, governor
ABEL, (Sir) Cecil Charles, 1903-1994, missionary and politician
ABELES, (Sir) Emil Herbert Peter, 1924-1999, businessman
ABOUD, Nicholas, 1911-1992, company director and shirt manufacturer
ACKROYD, Joyce Irene, 1918-1991, professor of Japanese
AHERN, John James, 1904-1994, dairy farmer, political party chairman and councillor
ALBERT, (Sir) Alexis Francois, 1904-1996, businessmen
ALBISTON, Harold Edward, 1897-1994, veterinary scientist
ALCORSO, Claudio, 1913-2000, industrialist and patron
ALEXANDER, Frederick, 1899-1996, historian
ALEXANDER, Ruth, 1914-1999, music educator
ALLEN, Peter Richard Woolnough, 1944-1992, singer
ALLWRIGHT, John, 1927-1994, primary industry leader
ANDERSON, David Outram, 1917-1994, chairman AMP Society
ANDERSON, Edward Leslie James, 1921-1996, air force officer
ANDERSON, George, 1911-1989, explorer, government officer
ANDERSON, John Herbert, 1899-1994, rural industry leader, stud cattle breeder
ANDERSON, (Dame) Judith, 1898-1992, actror
ANDERSON, Kathleen Harris, 1921-1996, politician
ANDERSON, Margaret Irene, 1915-1995, GM MV Empire Star
ANDREW, Bruce, 1908-1996, footballer and author
ANDREW, Richard Roderick, 1911-1994, dean of medicine
ANDREWARTHA, Herbert George, 1907-1992, zoologist
ANDREWS, Mary Maria, 1915-1996, Anglican deaconess and missionary,
ANGELAKIS, George, c,1920-1993, fish retailer
ANGELL, Herbert Raleigh, 1893-1992, scientist, CSIRO
ANTILL, James Macquarie, 1912-1994, engineer
ARCHDALE, Helen Elizabeth, 1907-2000, headmistress, Abbotsleigh School
ARCHER, Keith McRae, 1905-1999, public service statistician and Commonwealth statistician
ARGY, Victor Elie, 1929-1993, economist, Macquarie University and director IMF
ARKELL, Francis Neville, 1935- 1998, politician and mayor, Wollongong
ARKLEY, Howard, 1951-1999, artist
ARLEN, Albert 1905-1993, composer, actor, author and director
ARNOT, Jean Fleming, 1903-1995, librarian and equal opportunity pioneer
ARTHUR, Wilfrid Stanley, 1919-2000, air force pilot, farmer and manger Ranger uranium mine
ASHTON, Phyllis, 1918-2000, performing arts, circus owner, trapeze artist and horsewoman
ASHTON, Queenie, 1903-1999 actor
ASHWORTH, Henry Ingham, 1907-1991, architect
ASPREY, Kenneth William, 1905-1993, judge and royal commissioner
ASTON, (Sir) William John, 1916-1997, politician
AUSTIN, Lawrence, 1926-2000, neuroscientist and researcher
AUSTIN, Mervyn Neville, 1913-1991, professor of classics,
AUSTIN, Richard Wigram Locke, 1919-2000 barrister, intelligence administrator, deputy director, ASIS,
AUSTIN, Ward, 1935-1998, disc jockey and radio producer

BACHLI, Douglas William, 1922- 2000, golfer
BACON, Eva, 1909-1994, community leader, feminist and resistance fighter
BADDELEY, William Pye, 1914-1998, Anglican priest
BADEN-POWELL, Frank, 1929-1992, actor and entrepreneur
BADGER, Colin Robert, 1906-1993, educator
BAER, Werner Felix, 1914-1992, musician,
BAILEY, (Sir) Harold, 1899-1996, scholar and linguist
BAIN, Sister Mary Albertus, 1911-1999, historian
BAKER, Richard David, 1908-1996, dairy entrepreneur
BANCROFT, Bruce Douglas, 1916-2000, air force officer
BARBOUR, Peter, 1925-1996, ASIO director-general
BARDWELL, Leslie James, 1916-1995, police officer and forensic scientist
BARHAM, Raymond James, 1908-1998, army officer
BARKER, Alwyn Bowman (Sir), 1900-1998, engineer and Industrialist
BARKER, Keith Austin, 1898-1993, shipping agent and businessman
BARNARD, Lance Herbert, 1919-1997, Labor deputy prime minister, ambassador to Sweden
BARNES, Charles Edward, 1901-1998, politician and thoroughbred horse breeder
BARNES, George Victor, c1927-2000, boxer
BARNETT, Tudor Harvey, 1925-1995, director-general, ASIO
BARR, Margaret, 1904-1991, choreographer and dance teacher
BARRY, Hugh Collis, 1912-1994, orthopaedic surgeon
BARWICK, Donald Gordon, 1914-1998, farmer co-founder Australia Wheat Board
BARWICK, (Sir) Garfield Edward, 1903-1997, High Court judge
BASSINGTHWAIGHTE, Arthur, 1919-1998, beef industry managing director
BASTEN, (Sir) Henry Bolton, 1903- 1992, university vice-chancellor
BATTERHAM, Genevieve Louise, 1955-1995, film maker, activist, artist and multiple sclerosis sufferer
BATTERHAM, Maurice Samuel, 1906-1996, navy commander, mines and bomb disposal expert
BAUER, Walter Ernest, 1921-1992, tourist-resort developer
BAX, Robert Dean, c1925-2000, football coach, starting-price bookmaker and sports journalist
BAYLISS, (Sir) Noel Stanley, 1906-1997, professor of chemistry
BAYLISS, Peter John, 1928-1999, medical practitioner and law reformer
BEADELL, Len, 1923-1995, surveyor
BEAR, Lindsay Alfred, 1920-2000, army officer
BEATTIE, (Sir), Alexander Craig, 1912-1999, Industrial Court judge
BEAUREPAIRE, Ian Francis, 1922-1996, businessman and lord mayor
BEAUSANG, John Leslie, 1912-2000, shire chairman and mayor
BECHER, Robert Gordon, 1914-1997, metallurgist
BECHERVAISE, John Mayston, 1910-1998, explorer
BEDBROOK, (Sir), George Montario, 1921-1991, surgeon
BEHAN, Norman Gregory Joseph, 1908-2000, medical practitioner and arts collector and patron
BEHNE, Edmond Rowlands, 1906-1995, businessman
BELL, Guilford Marsh, 1912-1992, architect
BELL, John, c1947-1993, fashion tycoon
BELLANTO, Anthony John, 1907- 1992, barrister
BENJAMIN, Phyllis Jean, 1907-1994, politician
BENKO, Nancy, 1910-1999, bacteriologist and art historian
BENNIER, Frank 'Benier', 1919-1998, cartoonist, painter and military intelligence
BENTLEY, Charles Walter, 1907-1995, comedian and actor
BERNDT, Catherine Helen, c1917-1994, anthropologist
BEVAN, Brian Eyrl, 1924-1991, Rugby League footballer, expatriate
BIERWIRTH, Rudolph, 1899-1993, army officer
BIRCH, Arthur John, 1919-1995, professor of chemistry
BIRCHALL, Ida Lois, 1906-1996, medic
BIRDSELL, Joseph Bernard, 1908-1994, anthropologist
BIRTLES, Dora Eileen (1903-1992) and Herbert Victor (1900-1994), writers and journalists
BLACKMORE, Edward Richard Webster, 1910-1996, businessman and community worker
BLAIKIE, George Neil, 1915-1995,author, journalist and historian
BLAKE, John David and 1909-2000, communist
BLAND, (Sir) Henry Armand, 1909-1997, public servant
BLAXLAND, Peter, c1916-1996, medical officer, RAF, surgical registrar, teacher, and surgeon
BLIGH, Arthur, 1905-1998, architect and planner
BLIGH, Kitchener, 1913-1998, Aboriginal community leader and house painter
BLIGHT, Frederick John, 1913-1995, poet
BLOCKSIDGE, Pauline Jennifer Luard, 1932-1995, actor, director, dramaturge and drama teacher
BLOW, Rex, 1917-2000, army officer, POW and guerilla commander
BLUCK, Harry, 1915-1991, band leader and unionist
BLUE, Thomas Crampton, 1908-1991, businessman and sports administrator
BLUNDEN, Godfrey, 1906-1996, war correspondent and author
BODEN, Alexander, 1913-1993, manufacturing chemist, author and philanthropist
BODYCOMB, Annie Mayne, 1904-2000 nurse
BOHEMIA, Jack, 1900-1994, Aboriginal tracker
BOLTON, Alexander Thorley, 1926-1996, publisher, "Brindabella Press"
BOLTON, Herbert Cairns, 1921-2000, scientist and physicist
BOLTON, John Gatenby, 1922-1993, radio astronomer
BONNER, Neville Thomas, 1922-1999, Aboriginal politician
BONNEY, Maude Rose, 1897-1994, aviator and community leader
BONUTTO, Osvaldo, 1903-1999, rural worker, plantation manager, publican and interpreter
BONYTHON, John Langdon, 1905-1992, company director
BOOKER, Malcolm Richard, 1915-1998, ambassador
BOOMER, Garth, c1941-1993, educationist
BORLAND, Kevin, 1926-2000, architect
BORRIE, Wilfrid David, 1913-2000, social science, demography
BORSARI, Nino, 1911-1996, cyclist and community identity
BOURKE, Paul Francis, 1938-1999, academic, historian and professor of history
BOUSLOFF, Kira, 1914-c2000, ballet teacher and manager
BOWEN, Edward George, 1911-1991, engineer and astronomer physicist
BOWEN, Sarah Elva G, 1918-1999, trade union Communist and activist
BOYD, Arthur Merric Bloomfield, 1920-1999, artist
BRACEGIRDLE, Warwick Seymour, 1911-1993, naval officer
BRACK, Cecil John, 1920-1999, artist
BRADDON, Russell Reading, 1921-1995, ,author, lecturer and expatriate
BRADLEY, Jean, 1906-1991, drama producer
BRASH, Elton, 1938-1998, vice-chancellor
BRASS, Henry Douglas,1910-1994, journalist
BRAY, John Jefferson, 1912-1995, chief justice and poet
BRAY, (Sir) Theodor Charles, 1905-2000, newspaper editor and university founder and chancellor
BREEN, Marie Freda, 1902-1993, welfare worker and Liberal senator
BRICKHILL, Paul Chester Jerome, 1916-1991, writer, RAAF
BRIGGS, Ernest, 1914-1994, Salvation Army chaplain
BRINK, John Carlyon 1920-1997, South African born activist and bookseller
BRISSENDEN, Robert Francis, 1928-1991, poet, novelist, critic and reader in English
BROAD, Edmund George, 1921-1993, judge and horseracing administrator
BRODZIAK, Kenn, 1913-1999, entertainment entrepreneur
BROGAN, Mervyn Francis, 1915-1994, army officer
BROMWICH, John Edward, 1918-1999, tennis player
BROOKMAN, David Norman, 1917-2000, politician
BROTHERS, Peter Charles, 1930-1995, dental reformer
BROWN,  (Sir), Allen Stanley, 1911-1999, public servant
BROWN, Michael Challis, 1938-1997, artist
BROWN, Olive, c1945-1993, Aboriginal community worker
BROWN, Philip Lawrence, 1904-1996, historian
BROWNE, Coral, 1913-1991, actress
BROWNING, Arthur Byron, 1913-1997, bookmaker, gambler and wool-classer
BROWNING, George Julian, 1918-2000, artist
BROWNING, Tom, 1920-1998, zoologist and peace activist
BRYANS, Lina, 1909-2000, artist and benefactor
BRYANT, Bert, 1927-1991, race caller
BRYANT, Gordon Munro, 1914-1991, teacher and politician
BRYDEN, William, 1904-1992, scientist, headmaster and museum director
BUCHAN, John (Sir), 1909-1998, architect and businessman
BUCKHAM, Jeanette Mary Landell, 1926-2000, school principal, Buddhist Cittami Hospice
BUCKNALL, John Graeme, 1909-1995, clergyman
BUDDEN, Phil, 1906-1991, chairman, advisory committee of the National Film Archive
BULGER, Violet Josephine, 1900-1993 Ngunnawal leader and Brungle community
BULL, Albert Edward 'Ted'" 1914-1997 union leader
BULLWINKEL, Vivian, 1915-2000, army nurse, POW, war hero and hospital administrator
BUNNING, Charles Robert and (Gavin McRae), 1905-(1910-), 1994-(1991), businessmen
BUNTINE, Gladys Selby, 1901-1992, Girl Guide Commissioner
BUNTINE, Noel Lynton, 1927-1994, cattle-transport entrepreneur and horseracing administrator
BUNTING, (Edward) John (Sir), 1918-1995, head, Prime Minister's Department, secretary to cabinet
BURBRIDGE, Gwendolen Norah, 1904-2000, nurse
BURBURY, Stanley Charles (Sir), 1909-1998, judge and governor
BURGMANN, Victor Dudley, c.1916-1991, radio physicist, chairman, CSIRO
BURKE, Frances Mary, 1907-1994, textile designer
BURKE, Joseph Terence (Sir), 1913-1992, art historian
BURKE, William John Gerard, 1923-1994, neurologist
BURN, Ian Lee, 1939-1993, artist
BURNISTON, George Garrett, 1914-1992, physician and army medico
BURNS, Malcolm, 1938-1999, steelmaker
BURNUM BURNUM (Harry Penrith), 1936-1997, Aboriginal activist, actor, storyteller
BURRAGE, Reginald Bruce, 1917-1999 air force officer
BURRAMURRA, David, c1917-1994, Aboriginal leader and artist
BURTON, Clare, 1942-1998, international expert on gender and race bias, author
BUSBY David, 1957-1998, agricultural ranger
BUSH, Roger, 1918-2000, Methodist minister, broadcaster and journalist
BUTLIN, Noel George, 1921-1991, social science, economic history
BUTTROSE, Charles Oswald George, 1909-1999, journalist, ABC war correspondent 
BYERS, (Sir) Maurice Hearne, 1917-1999, Solicitor-General of Australia, public servant
BYRNE, Condon Bryan, 1910-1993, politician
BYRNE, Mary Anne, 1906-1998, Josephite nun and hospital matron

CAIGER, George, 1903-1991, academic, author and broadcaster
CALABY, John Henry, 1922-1998, environmental scientist,
CALDWELL, Amy 'Starkie', 1910-1994, pilot and first WAAAF officer
CALDWELL, Clive Robertson, 1911-1994, "WW2 fighter pilot, group captain, textile and property businessman
CALLAGHAN, Allan Robert (Sir), 1903-1993, agricultural scientist and public servant
CALLAGHAN, Bede Bertrand (Sir), 1912-1993, banker and chancellor, Newcastle University
CALLINAN, Bernard James (Sir), 1913-1995, army officer, WW2, engineer, chairman, Parliament House Construction Authority and Chairman, MCC
CAMERON, Eustace John, 1913-1998, grazier and community worker
CAMPBELL, Alison Anne McArthur, 1903-1995, physiotherapist
CAMPBELL, Frederick Alexander, 1911-1995, politician, poultry farmer and poultry show judge
CAMPBELL, Ian Ross (Major General), 1900-1997, commanding officer, 2/1st Australian Infantry Battalion
CAMPBELL, Joan Ruth, 1925-1997, potter
CAMPBELL, Robert (Jnr), 1944-1993, Aboriginal artist
CANET, Lawrence George, 1910-1996, army officer
CARLISLE, Robert Maxwell, 1936-1994, lawyer
CARR, David (Ivo), 1926-1999, town planner
CARR, Kath, 1909-1999, garden designer, Binalong
CARR, Nina Livingstone, 1907-1992, teacher and headmistress
CARRARD, Alice, 1897-2000, music teacher
CARRODUS, Peter Rutherford, c1930-1994, radio manager
CARROLL, James Patrick, 1909-1995, Catholic archbishop
CARRUTHERS, Donald Sinclair, c1930-2000, mining company executive
CASELY, Elma Gertrude, 1904-1995, physiotherapist
CASEY, Ron, 1927-2000, sports broadcaster
CASLEY-SMITH, John, c1935-1997, medical scientist
CASTAN, Aaron Ronald, 1939-1999, barrister, lawyer and law reformer
CATCHESIDE, David Guthrie, 1907-1994, microbiologist and pioneer of microbal genetics in Australia
CATO, Nancy Fotheringham, 1917-2000, novelist and publicist
CAUGHLEY, Graeme James, 1937-1994, assistant chief, CSIRO Division of Wildlife
CAULFIELD, Harold William, 1918-1994, horticulturist
CHALK, Gordon William Wesley (Sir), 1913-1991, politician
CHALLENDER, Stuart David, 1947-1991, musician and conductor
CHAMBERS, Raymond John, 1917-1999, professor of accounting
CHANG, Victor Peter, 1936-1991, heart surgeon and murder victim
CHAPMAN, Dora, c1911-1995, art teacher
CHAPMAN, Ivan Douglas, 1919-1994, TV journalist, producer and military historian
CHATER, Gordon Maitland, 1922-1999, actor and comedian
CHISHOLM, Keith Bruce, 1918-1991, air force officer
CHISHOLM, Robert George, 1910-1998, skiing champion
CHONG, Frederick, 1915-1999, professor of mathematics
CHRISTIAN, Clifford Stuart, 1907-1996, agricultural scientist
CHRISTIE, Vernon Howard Colville (Sir), 1909-1994, accountant, company director and politician
CHURCH, Ivor Frederick, 1913-1998, Anglican priest and theological college principal
CINDRIC, Joseph, 1906-1994, street figure, Sydney"
CLARK, Charles Manning Hope, 1915-1991, historian
CLARK, Hilma Dymphna, 1916-2000, author
CLARK, Mavis Thorpe, 1909-1999 author
CLARKE, Alexander Howard Burnett and (Burnett Leslie Woodburn), 1923- (1897-), 1994 (1974), radiologist and army medical officer (army medical officer and memoirist)
CLARKE, Henry James, 1923-2000, Aboriginal community banjo leader
CLARKE, Hugh, 1919-1996, prisoner of War, Burma Medal, public servant, writer
CLAYTON, Walter Seddon, 1906-1997, communist informer, Petrov affair
CLEMENTS, Frederick William Arthur, 1904-1995, lecturer, nutrition and child health
CLEMENTS, Kenneth John, 1905-1992, Anglican bishop of Canberra and Goulburn
CLOSE, Robert Shaw, 1903-1995, author
COATE, Edward Earnest, 1908-1995, air force officer
COATES, Ernest William (Sir), 1916-1994, public servant
COE, Kelvin, 1947-1992, dancer
COFFEY, Essieina, 1940-1998, Aboriginal community worker, actor
COLDHAM, Peter Abernethy, 1919-1995, pilot, deputy president, Australian Conciliation and Arbitration Commission, acting deputy president, Industrial Relations Commission QC, judge
COLE, Tom, 1906-1995, author and crocodile shooter
COLEBATCH, Gordon Thomas, 1910-1996, civil engineer
COLLIER, Harry, 1908-1994, footballer and sports commentator
COLLINS, Stanley John, 1911-1992, cattle grazier, businessman and philanthropist
COLLINS, William Henry (Bill), 1928-1997, television compere and race caller
COLLIVER, Frederick Stanley, 1908-1991, naturalist and librarian
CONNELL, Lawrence Robert, 1947-1996, entrepreneur
CONNOR, Marjorie, 1906-1991, nursing administrator and educator
COOLEY, Alan (Sir), 1920-1997, engineer, chairman of the public service board
COOMBS, Herbert Cole, 1906-1997, banker and public servant
COOPER, Jessie, c1914-1993, politician
COPE, James Francis, 1907-1999, federal parliamentarian
CORMACK, Magnus Cameron (Sir), 1906-1994, Liberal senator
COSTANZO, Evasio, 1921-1993 Italian community leader and newspaper editor
COURTICE, Frederick Colin, 1911-1992, medical researcher
COURTNEY, Michael Charles Palliser, 1930-1998, journalist
COVACEVICH, Anthony Thomas (Sir), 1915-1999, corporate lawyer, businessman and benefactor
COX, Ronald Hubert, 1914-1992, air force officer
CRAIG, Diana, 1912-1992, orthoptist
CRAIGIE, Billy (William David?), c1953-1998, ,Aboriginal activist, Tent Embassy founder
CRAIK, Duncan Robert Steele (Don), 1916-1999, accountant and auditor-general
CRAMER, John Oscar (Sir), 1896-1994, politician
CRAMPHORN, Rex, 1941-1991, theatre director, critic designer and translator
CRAWFORD, Hector William, 1913-1991, entertainment entrepreneur and producer
CRAWFORD, Arthur Pinkerton, 1923-1995, politician and surgeon
CRAWFORD, John Herbert (Jack), 1908-1991, tennis player
CRAWFORD, Raymond Maxwell (Max), 1906-1991, historian and educator
CRIBB, Margaret Neville Bridson, 1924-1993, political scientist
CROCKER, Maurice, 1939-1998, priest and boxing trainer
CROFT, Gulum Janama Joseph, 1926-1996, community leadership
CROLL, Alexander James, 1920-1999, air force officer
CROMBIE, Alistair Cameron, 1915-1996, historian and philosopher of science
CRONE, Donald John, 1923-1994, architect
CROW, Ruth Hope and (Maurie),1916- (1915-) 1999 (1988), community activists
CROWE, Claude Colquhoun, 1914-1999, gardener and scouting organizer
CULLEN, Kevin John, 1922-1994, medico and researcher
CULLEN, Peter Hugh, 1939-2000, newspaper editor, Illawarra Mercury
CUMMINGS, Clement James, 1908-1991, army officer
CUNNINGHAM, Edward, 1914-1993, grazier, shire chairman and philanthropist
CUNNINGHAM, Sydney Arthur, 1926-1999, Aboriginal community worker, 'Black Santa'
CURLEY, Sylvia, 1898-1999, deputy matron, Royal Canberra Hospital, benefactor
CURRIE, Neil Smith (Sir), 1926-1999, ambassador to Japan
CURTHOYS, Barbara Lindsay, 1924-2000, feminist and political activist
CURTIS, Lindsay James, 1928-2000, deputy secretary, Attorney General's Department and professor

DALKIN, Robert Nixon, 1914-1991, administrator Norfolk Island
DALY, Fred, 1913-1995, ALP politician, minister
DANAHER, Phyllis May, 1908-1991, ballet teacher and examiner
DANIEL, John Henry, 1916-1996, army officer
DANIEL, William Joseph, 1930-1994, theologian
DANIELS, Lawrence John (Laurie), 1916-1999, public servant
DARBYSHIRE, Jean Catherine (Katie), 1910 1996, served RAAF WW2, founder, Darbyshire Pottery WA
DARGIE, Horace Andrew 'Horrie', 1917-1999, musician and entertainer
DARLING, James Ralph (Sir), 1899-1995, headmaster
DATE, Reginald Thomas, 1921-1995, Australian international soccer player
DAVENPORT, Jack Napier, 1920-1996, airman, WW2 and company director
DAVIDSON, Bruce Robinson, 1924-1994, agronomist, economist and teacher
DAVIDSON, Donald c1933-1993, Aboriginal activist and prison reformer
DAVIDSON, Francis Joseph (Frank), 1904-1996, journalist and editor
DAVIDSON, George Madgwick, 1925-1999, director of anaesthesia, Prince of Wales Hospital
DAVIS, Beatrice Deloitte, 1909-1992, editor
DAVIS, Jack Leonard, 1917-2000, playwright and Aboriginal leader
DAVIS, John 1936-1999, sculptor
DE L'ISLE, William Philip, 1909-1991, governor-general
DEAMER, Adrian Milford, 1922-2000, lawyer and newspaper editor
DEAN, Roger Levinge, 1923-1998, politician and World War II services
DEICKE, Roy, 1929-1995, sugar industry pioneer and businessman
DEKYVERE, Nola Laird, and (Marcel France Dekyvere, husband) 1904- (1913-) 1991 (1994) charity worker (wool broker)
DELACOMBE, Rohan (Sir), 1906-1991, governor and soldier
DESTE, Stephanie, 1901-1996, beautician and actor
DEWHURST, David John, 1919-1996, biophysicist
DEXTER, David St Alban, 1917-1992, military historian and public servant
DIBDEN, Shirley Newsome, 1921-1996, educator and community worker
DIBDEN, William Andrew, 1914-1993, psychiatrist
DICKINSON, Samuel Benson (Sir), 1912-2000, geologist and public servant
DIESENDORF, Margaret 1912-1993, editor, Poetry Australia, teacher, writer and translator
DILLON, John Vincent (Sir), 1908-1992, public servant
DIQUE, John Charles Allan, 1915-1995, physician
DISNEY, Marion Louise, 1915-1995, community worker
DIVE, Mary Clouston (Mollie), 1913-1997, cricketer and hockey player
DIXON, Donald Coar, 1915-1997, air force officer
DOLAN, Cliff Ormond, 1911-2000, ACTU president, Australia National Railways Commissioner
DOMBROVSKIS, Peter 1945-1996, photographer
DOUGHERTY, Ivan Noel (Sir), 1907-1998, major-general, school teacher and public servant
DOUGLAS, Mary Stewart, 1904-1999, AWAS assistant controller and commissioner Girl Guides
DOUGLAS, Robert Andrew, 1915-1998, physician
DOW, Gwyneth (with Hume Dow) 1920-1996, educators
DOWDLE, Freda Mary Eliza, 1907-2000, WWII matron, Lt Col AANC, foundation fellow College of Nursing and matron
DOWLING, Jack, 1920-1996, CBE, AFC, KCVSA
DOWNING, Robert Reginald, 1904-1994, politician
DRAIN, Dorothy Simpson McGregor, 1909-1996, journalist
DUCKMANTON, Talbot, 1921-1995, general manager, ABC
DUGAN, John Ezekiel 'Darcy', 1920-1991, criminal
DUGGAN, John Edmund, 1910-1993, politician
DUGUID, Phyllis Evelyn, 1904-1993, community worker
DUNLOP, Ernest Edward 'Weary' (Sir), 1907-1993, war hero, medico and army surgeon WW2 
DUNN, Peter, 1928-2000, defence scientist, chemical warfare, Anzac Day Peace Prize winner
DUNPHY, Milo Kanangra, 1929-1996, environmentalist and architect
DUNSTAN, Donald Allan, 1926-1999, premier
DUPAIN, Maxwell Spencer, 1911-1992, architectural and photographer
DURACK, Elizabeth, 1915-2000, artist
DURACK, Mary Gertrude, 1913-1994, writer
DUSSELDORP, Gerardus Jozef 'Dick', 1918-2000, Dutch-born builder and businessman
DUTKIEWICZ, Wladyslav, c1918-1999, artist
DUTTON, Geoffrey Piers Henry, 1922-1998, writer and publisher
DYER, Molly Geraldine, 1927-1998, Aboriginal welfare worker

EAGLETON, William Edmund, 1917-2000, air force officer
EARLE, Arthur Edward, 1913-1998 property developer and philanthropist
EAST, Lewis Ronald (Sir) 'Ronald', 1899-1994, public servant
EATHER, Colin Arthur Ernest, 1953-1997, firefighter (to mention Ted HUGHES)
EATHER, Kenneth William, 1901-1993, major general ,WW2, executive director and Water Research Foundation
EATON, Brian Alexander, 1916-1992, air vice-marshal
EATON, Ronald Warr, 1918-2000, businessman
EBSARY, Vivian Richard, 1905-1992, bio-medical and engineer
ECCLES, John Carew (Sir) 1903-1997, author, scientist, Nobel Prize winner and neurophysiologist
EDMONDS, Lloyd Frederick John, 1906-1994, campaigner and activist
EGAN, Bob, 1934-1999, Aboriginal leader
EGAN, Clyde Joseina, 1917-1993 ,army officer
EGERTON, John Alfred Roy 'Jack' (Sir), 1918-1998, boilermaker, trade union leader and political party organiser
EINFELD, Sydney David, 1909-1995, politician
ELLIOTT, Mary 1911-1998, nun and nurse
ELLIOTT, Sumner Locke, 1917-1991, writer and playwright
ELLIS, Catherine Joan, 1935-1996, ethnomusicologist
EMERY, Frederick Edmund, 1925-1997, social scientist and independent scholar
EMMENS, Clifford Walter, 1913-1999, professor veterinary and physiologist, Sydney University
EMSLIE, Alexander Ronald, 1916-1993, RAAF pilot
ENDEAN, Robert, 1926-1997, marine toxicologist
ERDOS, Renee Fauvette, 1911-1997, Sri Lankan-born teacher and author
ERI, Vincent 1936-1993, author and governor-general
ESDAILE, James Claude Durie, 1899-1993, naval officer
EVANS, Mary (Nadia), 1908-1996, film star
EVANS, Roderick Philip, 1925 1998, businessman and municipal politician
EWART, John Reford, 1928-1994, actor
EWENS, John Q,. 1907-1992, first Commonwealth parliamentary counsel, draftsman of Federal statutes and commissioner, Australian Law Commission
EWERS, Raymond Boultwood, 1917-1998, sculptor
EWING, Maurice Rossie, 1912-1999, surgeon and academic

FAICHNEY, Norman, 1910-1998, Presbyterian moderator
FAIRBAIRN, David Eric (Sir), 1917-1994, diplomat
FALKINDER, Charles William Jackson, 1921-1993, air force officer
FARLEY, Joseph Nicholas, 1938-1996, sugar industry leader
FARQUHAR, Murray Frederick, 1918-1993, chief magistrate criminal
FAVARO, Frank, 1935-2000, ASIS agent in Dili, ran Hotel Dili
FAZEKAS, Felix, 1929-1998 ,German Iron Cross, Hungary, MC Vietnam
FEATHERSTON, Grant 1922-1995, industrial designer
FELSCHE, Susan, 1961-1993, First Australian woman to die on active service since WWII
FENNELL, William John 'Willie', 1920-1992, actor, comedian, producer and radio writer
FERGUSON, George Adie, 1910-1998, publisher Angus & Robertson
FERRALL, Raymond Alfred (Sir), 1906-2000, businessman and community leader
FERRIER Noel, 1930-1997, entertainer
FIFIELD, Elaine, 1930-1999, ballet-dancer and teacher
FILBY, Jennifer, c1939-1997, choral musician
FINLAY, Charles Hector, 1910-1993, army officer
FINLAYSON, Hedley, c1895-1991, conservationist and mammalogist
FISHER, Nellie, 1907-1995, research scientist
FISHER, Sylvia, 1910-1996, opera singer
FISON, David Charles, 1908-1999, hospital medical superintendent
FITZGERALD, Charles Patrick, 1902-1992, sinologist and emeritus professor
FITZGERALD, Thomas Michael, 1918-1993, economist and financial editor
FITZHARDINGE, Laurie, c1908-1993, scholar, teacher, historian and author
FLEAY, David Howells, 1907-1993, zoologist, naturalist and conservationist
FLEMING, Ian Bowman, 1913-1993, aviation engineer, industrial designer, aircraft designer
FLETCHER, Alan Roy (Sir), 1907-1991, politician
FLETCHER, John Callachor, 1906-1998, banker and president rural bank
FLETCHER, Owen Maynard, 1908-1992, solicitor and benefactor
FLEWELL-SMITH, Bernard, 1898-1992, fruit grower and producers' co-operative manager
FLICK, Isabel Ann, 1928-2000, Aboriginal activist
FLORANCE, Sheila, 1916-1991, actor
FLYNN, Francis Stanislaus, 1906-1996, priest, medical practitioner and author
FORBES, John Patrick Edward, 1950-1998, poet
FORD, Joseph Arthur, 1915-1998, businessman and armed services
FORSTER, Bruce Robertson, 1930-1999, wool expert
FORSTER, Frank Menzies Cameron, 1923-1995, gynaecologist, obstetrician and historian
FORSYTH, William Douglass, c1908-1993, politics, diplomat, OBE
FOX, Arthur Francis, 1904-1997, Catholic bishop
FRAENKEL, Gustav Julius, 1919-1998, surgeon and educationist
FRAMPTON, Roger Donald, 1948-2000,, musician, teacher and composer
FRANCIS, Ivor Pengelly, 1906-1993, artist
FRANKEL, Otto Herzberg (Sir), 1900-1998, scientist and head, Div of Plant Industry, CSIRO
FREEDMAN, Harold Emanuel 1915-1999 artist and muralist
FREEMAN, James Darcy (Sir), 1907-1991, cardinal
FREEMAN, Winifred Alice 'Freda' and (Eric Bernard), 1905- (1898-) 2000 (1966), biologist and educationist (engineer)
FRENCH, Kathleen, 1926-1994, community worker
FRIEDRICH (Hohenberger), John, 1945-1991, community organiser and fraud
FRITH, John Eric, c1906-2000, cartoonist, storyteller and sculptor
FROST, Sydney Thomas, 1916-1997, lawyer and chief justice
FRY, Ella Osborn, 1916-1997, artist
FRYBERG, Abraham (Sir), 1901-1993, medical practitioner and medical administrator
FUDGE, Olga, c1896-1993, Aboriginal community worker
FULLARTON, Nancy Edith 'Nan', 1913-2000 artist, cartoonist, Frisby the Rabbit
FULLERTON, William, c1910-1994, fruit grower

GABBEDY, John Phillip, 1906-1997, banker
GALBRAITH, Jean, 1906-1999, botanist and conservationist
GALLAGHAN (Lady) (Persia Porter), 1902-1997, WWII VADs ARC
GALLAGHER, Norman Leslie, 1931-1999, union leader
GAME, John Aylward, 1915-1995, neurologist
GARE, Nene, 1919-1994, author
GARLING, Ilma Jean, 1907-1998, physiotherapist and benefactor
GARLING, Max Frederick, 1915-1999, taxi owner and colonial officer
GARTNER, John, 1914-1998, publisher and collector
GASCOIGNE, Rosalie, 1917-1999, artist, sculptor
GAVAN, Terence Patrick, 1916-2000, shopkeeper
GENTILLI, Joseph, 1912-2000, geographer
GERARD, Kenneth Edward and (William Geoffrey), c1912- (1907-) 1993 (1994), company directors
GIBB, Cecil Auston 1913-1997, Professor of psychology, Australian National University
GIBBS, Stanley Frederick, 1909-1991, Albert Medal winner
GIBSON, Edward Gordon, 1915-1991, clergyman
GIBSON, Gregory Edmund Campion, 1930-1998, diplomat, amateur jazz musician
GIESE, Harry Christian, 1913-2000, public servant
GILBERT, Kevin John, 1933-1993, Aboriginal activist, artist and writer
GILHAM, Peter Roden, c1926-1996, primary industry entrepreneur
GILKISON, Samue,l 1908-1998, teacher of dancing
GILPIN, Alan, 1924-2000, engineer/environment planning
GLADSTONE, Geofrey Vernon, 1921-1999, Rear-Admiral
GLEESON, James William, 1920-2000, Catholic archbishop
GOLDBERG, Samuel Louis, 1926-1991, professor of English
GOLDBLOOM, Samuel Mark, 1919-1999, community leader and peace activist
GOLDNER, Richard, 1908-1991, Musica Viva founder, violinist and manufacturer
GOLDSMITH, Marlene Mary, 1942-2000, teacher and Liberal parliamentarian
GOLDSWORTHY, Leonard Verdi, 1909-1994, mine disposal expert, lieutenant-colonel and George Cross winner
GOLLAN, Daphne, 1918-1999, history lecturer; stood as Greens Candidate
GOMEZ, Gregory (Dom), 1904-1995, Benedictine abbot
GOON, Roy Francis, 1913-1999, chief flying instructor RAAF, 1st Australian-born Chinese commissioned in RAAF
GORDON, Douglas, 1911-1993, medical practitioner and educator
GORDON, Hayes, 1920-1999, actor, director and drama teacher
GORDON, Roy Russell, 1907-1996, army officer
GORE, Michael Graham 'Mike', c1941-1994, financier and resort developer
GORRIE, Arthur Dingwall, 1922-1992, model-aircraft maker and charity worker
GOSPER, James Murray, 1903-1997, journalist, engineer and administrator
GOTTLIEB, Kurt, 1910-1995, engineer, draftsman, astronomer and Jewish community leader
GOUGH, Hugh Rowlands, 1905-1997, Anglican archbishop
GOW, Gordon, 1919-2000, journalist, George, the talking clock voice... 'At the third stroke'
GOWING, Dennis (Kevin Dennis), c1930-1991, car dealer
GRACE, Colin Henry, 1909-1999
GRAHAM, Angus Duncan MacRae, 1926-1998, police officer and corrective services director
GRAHAM, Diana Rose, nee Mountford, 1909-1999, women's activist
NSW GRAHAM, Stuart Clarence, 1920-1996, major general
GRAINGER, Keith Elphinstone, ?-1997, public servant
GRANGE, Sydney Broadway, 1912-1996, president, Australian Olympic Federation
GRANT, Arthur Stanley, 1917-1995, air force officer
GRANT, Charles Robert Gordon, 1911-1994, air force officer
GRAY, Edgar Laurence 'Dunc', 1906-1996, Olympic cycling gold medallist
GREBER, Norman Rae, 1902-1993, nut grower
GREEN, Dorothy Auchterlonie, 1915-1991, literature, education
GREEN, Evan Clifford Symons, 1930-1996, public relations, motoring, author and broadcaster
GREEN, Herbert Sydney, 1920-1999, mathematical physicist
GREEN, Redmond Forrest Michael, 1916-1999, air force officer
GREENWOOD, Cyril Arthur (Group Captain), 1915-1999, air force officer and POW
GREENWOOD, Irene Adelaide, nee Driver, 1897-1992, feminist
GRIEVE, Brian John, 1907-1997, botanist
GRIFFITH, Allan Thomas, 1922-1998, foreign policy advisor to prime minister Malcolm Fraser
GRIFFITHS, Alexander Morris, 1911-1998, conservationist
GROLLO, Luigi, 1909-1994, builder
GROVE, Mollie, 1909-1996, textile designer and weaver
GRUEN (GRUN), Frederick Henry George (Fritz Heinz George), 1921-1997, government adviser
GULLETT, Henry Baynton Somer 'Jo', 1914-1999, WW2, Military Cross, Liberal politician
GYNGELL, Bruce, 1929-2000, TV executive
GYNTHER, Reginald Sydney, 1921-1999, professor of accountancy

HACKETT, Cecil John, 1904-1995, physician and medical worker
HACKETT, John Winthrop (Sir), 1910-1997, soldier, scholar and general
HAINES, George Alexander, 1932-1994, managing director, Adelaide Steamship
HALKERSTON, Keith William, 1935-1991, company director
HALL, Joyce, 1930-1998, poet and Aboriginal rights activist
HALL, Kenneth George, 1901-1994, filmmaker
HALL, Peter Brian, 1931-1995, architect
HALL, William (Sir), 1906-1997, WW2; Victorian & federal president, RSL
HALLENSTEIN, Phillipa May, 1918-1994, lawyer and activist
HALVORSEN, Harold and (Carl, Bjarne, Magnus & Trygve, brothers) 1910- (1912-) 2000 (2010+) yachtsmen, boat builders and designers
HAM, Harold John, 1902-1995, radiotherapist and radiotherapeutics professor
HAMLIN, Reginald Henry James + Catherine (1924-1908- (1924-) 1993 (2010+) gynaecologists and surgeons, Ethiopia
HAMMOND, Harold 'Happy', 1917-1998, radio, stage and television performer
HAMMOND, Joan (Dame), 1912-1996, opera singer
HAMMOND, Ruby, c1936-1993, Aboriginal activist and public servant
HAMPSHIRE, John Brook, 1918-1992, air force officer
HANCOCK, Langley George, 1909-1992, pastoralist and mining entrepreneur
HANCOCK, Valston Eldridge, 1907-1998, WW2 Emergency
HANKE, Sonya Helen, 1933-1993, pianist teacher
HANLEY, Alice Elizabeth 'Beth', 1916-1999, police inspector
HANLON, Robert Peter 'Peter', 1931-2000, shot put, Olympic Games Melbourne 1956
HANNA, Margaret Jean 'Jean', 1902-2000, army matron, lieutenant colonel and Royal Red Cross matron
HANNAN, Edward James 'Ted', 1921-1994, statistician and emeritus professor
HANRAHAN, Barbara Janice, 1939-1991, artist, printmaker and novelist
HANSFORD, Gregg John 'Harry',1952-1995, motorcycle and motorcar racer and driving instructor
HANSON, Arthur George, 1911-1999, army officer
HANSON, Bertram Speakman, 1905-1999, WW2 Army
HARDERS, Clarence, 1915-1997, public servant
HARDING, Harry Douglas, 1913-1995, engineer and director State dockyard
HARDY, Francis Joseph 'Frank', 1917-1994, author and activist
HARGREAVES, John, 1945-1996, actor and teacher
HARPER, Arthur Frederick Alan, 1913-1991, physicist
HARPER, Edna May, 1905-1999, matron, St George hospital
HARRIS, Alan C, forester
HARRIS, Charles Enoch Edward, 1931-1993, Aboriginal community leader and Uniting Church minister
HARRIS, Maxwell Henley, 1921-1995, writer, publisher and bookseller
HARRIS, William Stewart, 1922-1994 media, Aboriginal rights advocate
HART, Max, 1916-2000, educationist
HARTLEY, Robert, union official
HARVEY SUTTON, David, 1918-1999, medical practitioner, Anglican lay leader and benefactor
HARWOOD, Gwendoline Nessie, 1920-1995, poet
HASLUCK, Alexandra Margaret Martin, nee Darker (Dame), 1908-1993, historian
HASLUCK, Paul (Sir), 1905-1993, politician, minister, public servant, poet, historian, governor-general
HASSETT, Arthur Lindsay, 1913-1993, cricketer
HAUPT, Robert Bruce, 1947-1996, journalist
HAWES, Stanley Gilbert, 1905-1991, Commonwealth film unit
HAWKE, Neil James Napier, 1939-2000, cricketer and footballer
HAWKINS, Sheila, 1905-1999, illustrator, painter, children's books
HAXTON, Elaine Alys, 1909-1999, artist
HAY, Robert Arthur, 1920-1998, army officer
HAYDON, Thomas William, 1938-1991, film TV documentary maker
HAYES, Colin Sydney, 1924-1999, racehorse breeder and trainer
HAYNES, Gerald Mellor, 1911-1999, Bismark chase and DSO
HAZLEWOOD, John, 1924-1998, Anglican bishop
HEANEY, Michael, 1940-1999, musician, public servant and volunteer, National Folk Festival Canb
HEATH, Harry Frederick, 1903-1992, headmaster and Public Service Board member
HEENAN, Eric and (Joan) 1900- (1910-) 1998 (2002), lawyers
HELE, Ivor Henry Thomas (Sir), 1912-1993, artist
HEMPEL, Jan, 1909-1997, Polish community diplomat, WWII service and economist
HENDERSON, Don, 1937-1991, songwriter, poet, folk-singer and guitar-maker
HENDERSON, James Ballantyne, c1907-1998, teacher, bookseller and political activist
HENDERSON, James Robert, 1916-1991, air force officer
HENDERSON, Ronald Frank, 1917-1994, economist and welfare researcher
HENDERSON, William George, 1919-1995, army officer
HENNESSY, Noreen Eileen, 1913-1994, cinema organist
HENNOCK, Keith Selwyn, 1918-1999, air force officer
HENRY, William Ernest, 1920-1998 public servant
HERMAN, Sali, nee Yakubowitz, 1898-1993, artist
HERMES, Clarrie Lindsay, 1920-1991, chief magistrate
HEY, John Victor, 1912-1995, rugby league player and coach
HILL, Dorothy, 1907-1997, professor of geology
HILL, Edward Donald 'Ted', 1914-2000, grazier and aviator
HILLS, Patrick Darcy, 1918-1992, politician
HINCHLIFFE, Albert Thomas, 1901-1993 newspaper editor
HINDER, Henry Francis Critchley and (Margel Ina, nee Harris, wife) 1906- (1906-1992 1995) artist and teacher (sculptor)
HINZE, Russell James 'Russ', 1919-1991, politician
HOAD, Lewis Alan, 1934-1994, tennis player
HOBBS, Victoria, c1907-1995, nurse and historian
HOCKING, David Roy, 1920-2000, WW2, surveyor and mapmaker, Department of National Mapping
HODDINOTT, Frances Joseph, 1914-1997, army officer
HODGINS, Philip, 1959-1995, poet
HODGKIN, Ernest, 1908-1998, zoologist
HOGAN, Leonard McNamara, 1920-2000, metallurgist
HOGARTH, Thomas, 1901-1999
HOLGATE, Harold Norman, 1933-1997, politician
HOLLAND, Dulcie Sybil, 1913-2000, composer and pianist
HOLLINSHED, Charles Neville, 1899-1993, theatre architect
HOLLOWS, Frederick Cossom, c1945-1993, professor of ophthalmology, medical innovator and aid worker
HOLMES, Cecil William, 1921-1994, film maker
HOLTHOUSE, Hector Le Gay, 1915-1991, journalist and popular historian
HOLYMAN, Hazel, c1899-1992, air-hostess 'matron'
HONNER, Ralph, 1904-1994, army officer and lieutenant-colonel
HOOKE, John Hobson, 1917-2000, WW2, squadron leader RAAF, OBE DFC and commissioner Port of Melbourne Authority
HOP, Chu Van, 1946-1995, Vietnamese newspaper founder
HOPE, Alec Derwent, 1907-2000, poet
HOPE, Robert Marsden, 1919-1999, Supreme Court judge and royal commissioner
HOPKINS, Dora Joan, nee Cue and (Henry Hollis, husband) 1909- (1909-) 2000 (1996) naturalist, science educator and environmentalist (accountant and alderman)
HORAN, Gabrielle Brenda Phyllis 'Gabby', nee Nurcombe, 1917-1999, community leader and radio broadcaster
HOUGHTON, Maurice Bernard, 1920-2000, restaurateur and Nugan Hand bank figure
HUDSON, Bryan, 1923-1997, medical researcher and administrator
HUDSON, Hugh, c1931-1993, politician
HUDSPETH, Kenneth Robert (Lt), 1918-2000, naval officer, WW2, teacher, school and college principal and president Teachers' Federation of Australia
HUGGINS, Rita, c1920-1996, Aboriginal memoirist
HUGHES, Edward Stuart (Sir) 'Bill', 1919-1998, surgeon and activist
HUGHES, Walter Laurence (Sir), 1917-1999, head of engineering and shipbuilding firm and government adviser
HULL, Jessie Mary 'Bon', 1915-2000, activist
HUMBLE, Leslie Keith, 1927-1995, composer and educator
HUME, Len, ?-1993, economist
HUNT, Hugh Sydney, 1911-1993, theatre director
HUNT, Stanley Robert Bruce, 1917-1999, businessman, fruit and vegetables
HURLEY, John Victor, 1921-2000, pathologist
HUTCHENCE, Michael, 1960-1997, musician
HUTCHINSON, Ross (Sir), 1914-1999, footballer and politician
HUYER, Herman Diederik, 1920-1998, business leader

IMRIE, Allan Gordon, 1918-1999, lifesaver, plastering contractor and pool manager
INGRAM, Diana Alma, nee Chapman, 1948-1999 community & peace worker Greenpeace
IREDALE, Robert Wilson, 1913-1994, squadron leader, RAF, RAAF wing commander and leader Amiens prison raid
IRISH, Ronald Arthur (Sir), 1913-1993, accountant
IRVINE, Graeme 1931-1998, executive director, World Vision Australia and international president, World Vision
IRVING, Reginald Wilson, c1912-1994, radio and television broadcaster
IRWIN, William Lyle 'Bill', 1917-2000, architectural engineer

JACKOMOS, Alick, 1924-1999, community leader
JACKSON, Lawrence Walter (Sir), 1913-1993 chief justice
JACKSON, Peter Bowen, 1918-1993, air force officer
JACKSON, Ronald Gordon, 1924-1991, chancellor, Australian National University
JACKSON, Sir Robert Gilman, 1911-1991, public servant and naval officer
JACOBY, Elsa Antoinette Ruth, nee Stenning, 1910-1994, actress, singer and charity worker
JAMES, Alfred Francis Phillip, 1918-1992, editor, publisher and journalist
JAMES, Florence Gertrude, 1902-1993, author, feminist and pacifist
JAMES, Gwynydd Francis, c1912-1994, publisher and author
JAMES, Jimmy 1910-1991, Aboriginal tracker
JAMES, Kathleen Nola, 1933-1993, Aboriginal community worker
JAMES, Walter Senior, 1905-1991, wine writer
JAMIESON, Hugh Gilmour (Gil), 1934-1992, artist and designer
JECKS, Douglas Alan, 1928-1999, educationist
JEFFREY, Agnes Betty 'Betty', 1908-2000, nurse, POW and author
JEFFREY, Peter, 1913-1997, air force officer
JENKINGS, William Joseph Charles, 1915-1996, crime reporter and journalist
JENKINS, Clee Francis Howard, 1908-1997, botanist
JENKINS, Graham, 1916-1997, journalist and foreign correspondent
JENNINGS, Albert Victor (Sir), 1896-1993, builder and businessman
JENSEN, Henry Frederick, 1913-1998, union organiser, politician and Lord Mayor
JIMMY, Jean, c1912-1991, Aboriginal community leader
JOEL, Asher Alexander (Sir), 1912-1998, businessman
JOHNSON, Cedric Lindsay, 1927-2000, public servant and welfare worker
JOHNSON, Gregory Richard, 1947-1994, professor of haematology
JOHNSON, Ian William, 1917-1998, cricketer and administrator
JOHNSON, Lawrence Alexander Sidney, 1925-1997, botanist and director Royal Botanical Gardens
JOHNSON, Leslie Wilson and (Dulcie), 1916- (1921-2000 1999), diplomat, administrator and high commissioner (community worker)
JOHNSON, Roger Kirk Hayes, 1922-1991, architect, landscape designer and academic
JOHNSTON, Eric Eugene, 1933-1997, naval officer and administrator
JOHNSTON, Robert Henry, 1924-1995, sales executive and chair Austrade
JOLLEY, Leonard Julier, 1915-1994, librarian
JONES, George (Sir), 1896-1992, soldier, pilot and air marshal
JONES, Percy, 1914-1992, Catholic priest and musician
JONES, Philip Harry, 1931-1994, professor of environmental engineering
JORGENSEN, Bertha, c1904-1999, musician and composer
JOSEPH, Maurice Roy, 1912-1996, chest physician
JOSS, Graham, c1930-1993, city council clerk and murder victim
JOUBERT, Eillen Veronica, nee Kenny, 1904-1999, army matron WW2, one of the most decorated women to emerge from WW2
JOYCE, Eileen, 1908-1991, pianist
JUDD, Bernard George, 1918-1999, Anglican clergyman and radio broadcaster
JUST, Verlie, nee Tainton, 1922-2000, art gallery director, artist and jewellery designer

KAATEN, Sverre Andreas, 1908-1991, Norwegian-born skier
KAILIS, Michael George, 1929-1999, fisheries entrepreneur
KAMENKA, Eugene, 1928-1994, historian, social science
KANGAN, Myer, 1917-1991, community leader, Jewish leader & public servant
KATA, (Katayama), Elizabeth, nee McDonald, 1912-1998, author
KEANEY, John Anthony, 1915-1992, archivist and historian
KEENAN, Joan M. (Sister), 1912-1999, nurse and hospital administrator
KEENE, Rosalind Leonie, 1931-1999, soprano and tv personality
KEESING, Nancy Florence, 1923-1993, writer
KELLY, Charles Robert, 1912-1997, journalist and politician
KELLY, Jack Lawrence, 1920-1999, judge
KELLY, Kevin Thomas, 1910-1994, diplomat, church worker and Catholic thinker
KELLY, Maxwell Jon, 1935-1996, historian
KELLY, William Theodore (Sir Theo), 1907-1998, Woolworths managing director
KELMAN, Margaret Mary 'Peggy', nee McKillop, 1909-1998, aviator
KELSALL, George Arthur, 1905-1994, physician
KEMP, Charles Denton 'Ref', 1911-1993, economist and activist
KEMP, Richard, 1945-1995, medical practitioner
KENNEDY, Hal William, 1911-2000, band leader
KENNISON, Ian James Stodart, 1920-2000, general director, ASIS, AIF WW2
KERLE, Ronald Clive, 1915-1997, Anglican bishop
KERR, Henry William 'Bill', 1901-1993, sugar industry research administrator
KERR, John Robert (Sir), 1914-1991, governor-general, lawyer and judge
KERSHAW, Alister, 1921-1995, poet and author
KEYS, Alexander George William, 1923-2000, business, RSL
KEYS, Eileen Constance, 1903-1992, potter
KHEMLANI, Tirath Hassaram, c1921-1991, loans affair
KIKI, Albert Maori, 1931-1993, author and politician
KINANE, Kathleen 'Kay', 1912-1998, radio and television producer
KING, Alice Hazel Kelso, 1908-1997, historian
KING, Catherine, 1904-2000, broadcaster
KING, Charles Denison, 1912-1991, naturalist
KING, Ernest Joseph 'Joe', 1911-1997, swimming coach
KING, Ethleen, Bridges O'Dwyer, 1906-1999, lawyer and welfare advocate
KING, Gordon, 1900-1991, professor of surgery
KINGSTON, Mary (Molly), 1911-1992, pioneer and women lawyer
KINLOCH, Hector Gilchrist, 1927-1993, reader in American history and film critic
KINNINMONT, Jack Royston, 1920-1992, air force officer
KINSTON, Steven, 1908-1996, dentist, musician and arts patron
KIPPAX, Harold Gemmell 'Harry', 1920-1999, drama critic, journalist and editor
KIRBY, Mancell Flo, 1897-1996, harpsichordist and musicologist
KIRK, James Frank, 1920-1997, ceo ESSO & Bicentennial Authority
KITTO, Frank (Sir), 1903-1994, High Court judge
KNEZ, Bruno, 1921-1995, theatre director
KNGWARREYE, Emily, 1910-1996, artist
KNIGHT, Allan Walton, 1910-1998, engineer and administrator
KNOPFELMACHER, Frank, 1923-1995, academic and activist
KNOTT, John Lawrence, 1910-1999, director general, Posts and Telegraphs
KNOX, David Broughton, 1916-1994, principal, Moore Theological College
KNOX, Horace Everard Arnold, 1918-1994, air force officer
KOOWARTA, John, c1941-1991, Aboriginal community leader
KOSHNITSKY, Gregory, 1907-1999, chess grandmaster
KRAEGEN, Francis Frederick, 1906-1997, NSW timber industry representatives
KRANTZ, Harold, 1906-1999, architect
KRASTEV, Irene, 1925-2000, businesswoman and community worker
KRISJANIS, Arvis, 1909-1993, surveyor (Hydro-Electric Authority)

LACEY, Peter John, 1946-1997, surf lifesaver and property developer
LAFFIN, John Alfred Charles, 1922-2000, literature, social science
LAIDLAW, Aubrey, 1909-1992, surf champion and beach inspector
LAKE, Albert Montefiore, 1912-1997, chief of protocol
LAKE, Grantly Sebastian, 1914-1991, RAN Chaplain
LAMB, Douglas, 1915-1997, business lawyer and wine merchant
LANE, Donald Frederick, 1935-1995, politician
LANG, Frederick, 1901-1993, photographer
LANGLEY, Doreen Moira, 1920-1998, microbiologist, nutritionist, academic and editor
LANIGAN, Patrick Joseph, c1925-1992, secretary, Director-General, Department Social Security ACT and accountant
LANSBURY, Coral Magnolia, 1929-1991, radio scripwriter, academic & novelist
LASHWOOD, Harold Francis 'Hal', 1920-1992, actor, producer and actor's rights campaigner
LAST, Clifford Frank, 1918-1991, sculptor
LATUKEFU, Sione (Rev), 1927-1995, social science, Pacific Islands historian
LAUCKE, Condor Louis (Sir), 1914-1993, senator and lieutenant-governor
LAW, Francis Michael, 1921-1994, community broadcasting pioneer
LAWSON, Beverley Ann, 1940-1998, Deputy Commissioner of Police
LAYTON, Reginald Joseph, c1921-1993, boxing trainer and promoter and motorcar dealer
LEAHY, Daniel, 1912-1991, explorer and pioneer
LEDGER, Sir Frank, 1899-1993, manufacturer
LEE, Albert, c1916-1993, restaurateur
LEE, Charles Quo Fong, 1913-1996, first Australian-born Chinese to be appointed as an Australian diplomat
LEES, Ronald Beresford, 1910-1991, air marshal
LEGGETT, Clarence Arthur Campbell (Sir), 1911-1998, surgeon, medical historian and stud horse and cattle breeder
LEHANY, Frederick John, 1915-1994, physicist, director, CSIRO National Measurement Laboratory
LEMPRIERE, Helen, 1907-1991, painter and benefactor
LENOIR, Dominique Claude, 1932-1999, French-born engineer and chairman Citra
LEONARD, Jack Graham, 1929-1995, Methodist chaplain RAAF, radio broadcaster and ventriloquist show on tv
LEOPOLD, Keith, 1920-1999, professor of German and novelist
LEREW, John Margrave, 1912-1996, pilot and RAAF
LETHAM, Isabel Ramsay, 1899-1995, surfer
LEWIS, Brian Bannatyne, 1906-1991, architect, educator and author
LEWIS, John Davan, 1923-1996, building industry leader
LEWIS, Mary, 1908-1999, social worker
LILLYE, Albert John 'Bert', 1919-1996, racing journalist
LIMB, Robert 'Bobby' and (Dawn Alice Lake, wife), 1924- (1927-1999 2006), singer bandleader (singer actor)
LINDEMAN, Grant Moore, 1913-2000, air force officer
LINDGREN, Harry, 1912-1992, spelling reformer and author
LINDSAY, Michael Francis Morris (Lord Lindsay of Birker), 1909-1994, senior fellow, Australian National University
LINDWALL, Raymond Russell, 1921-1996, cricketer, footballer and florist
LIONS, Agnes Mary, 1908-1992, industrial nurse
LIPPMANN, Walter and (Lorna, wife), 1919-1993, community leader
LITTLE, Frank Graham 'Graham', 1939-2000, political scientist
LLEWELLYN-JONES, John Derek, 1923-1997, obstetrician and gynaecologist
LLOYD, John Peter Daniel, 1915-1996, businessman and community leader
LOBB, Harold Francis, 1913-1992, musician and educator, Newcastle
LOCKE, Harry Baker, 1919-1999, air force officer
LOCKWOOD, Frank and (Rupert Ernest), 1919- (1916-1997 1997), journalists and authors
LOFTUS-HILLS, Geoffrey Dean, 1910-1999, public servant and activist
LONG, Joan Dorothy, nee Boundy, 1925-1999, writer, scriptwriter and film producer
LORD, Joseph Harry, 1918-1999, geologist and rugby personality
LOVEGROVE, Troy, 1986-1993, AIDS victim
LOVELL, Richard Robert Haynes, 1918-2000, professor of medicine
LOW, Kun Ming (Dick Ming Poon), 1931-1995, community leader
LUBOFSKY, Ronald (Rabbi), 1928-2000, religious and community leader
LUCK, Aubrey William Goerge, 1900-1999, community leader
LUDBROOK, Nelly Hooper, 1907-1995, geologist
LUKAS, Elly, ?-1999, beautician and educator
LUKE, Robert Henry 'Harry', 1909-2000, forester and bushfire consultant
LUMB, Richard Darrell, 1934-1997, Constitutional lawyer and legal educator
LUND, Ivan Bernhard, 1929-1992, Olympic fencer
LUPTON, Joan, ?-1995, hospital almoner
LUSH, George Hermann (Sir), 1912-2000, judge
LYNEHAM, Paul, 1945-2000, current affairs reporter
LYNN, Elwyn Augustus (Jack), 1917-1997, artist and art critic
LYONS, Edward Houghton (Sir), 1914-1999, businessman and political adviser

MABO, Koiki 'Eddie', 1937-1992, Torres Strait Islander community leader and Indigenous rights activist
MACAULAY, Thomas Babington, 1914-1997, businessman, community leader and army officer
MACDOUGALL, James Claude 'Jim', 1903-1995, journalist
MACINTOSH, Malcolm, 1945-2000, ceo CSIRO
MACINTOSH, William Frederick, 1914-1993 army officer
MACKENZIE, Roderick Maton, 1920-1996, air force officer
MACKERRAS, Alastair MacLaurin, 1928-1999, headmaster, Sydney Grammar
MACKLIN, Bruce Roy (Sir), c1917-2000, company director
MacLACHLAN, Byron Hugh, 1900-1991, pastoralist
MacLEOD, Barbara Denise, 1929-2000, RAN Captain
MADIGAN, Russel Tulle (Sir), 1920-1999, businessman
MAGILL, David Wlliam, 1940-1998, banker and Baptist activist
MAGOFFIN, Richard David, 1917-1996, radio announcer, actor and author
MAHER, Francis Kevin Heathcote 'Frank', 1905-1994, academic, lawyer and activist
MAHONEY, James Charles, 1907-1997, professor of French
MANN, John, 1905-1994, entomologist
MANT, Gilbert Palmer, 1902-1997, author and journalist
MAREK, Dusan and (Voitre), c1926- (1919-1993 1999), artists
MARKS, Jack, 1924-1998, union official
MARSHALL, Charles Wooller, 1904-1991, surveyor and mining consultant
MARSHALL, Donald (formerly Donat Mischenko), 1939-1999, Assistant-Director-General ASIO
MARTIN, David (Ludwig Detsinyi), 1915-1997, author and activist
MARTIN, James Eric Gifford, 1904-1993, electrical engineer and army officer
MARTIN, Peter Gordon, 1923-1994, botanist
MASON, William Darcy, 1911-1992, air force officer
MATHAMS, Robert Harry, 1920-2000, WW2, intelligence leader, director Joint Intelligence Bureau
MATHEWS, Janet Elizabeth, 1914-1992, anthropologist
MATHEWS, Russell Lloyd, 1921-2000, economics, Australian National University
MAXWELL, George Morrison, 1924-2000, paediatrician
MAY, Brian, 1934-1997, band leader and composer
MAY, Kenneth Spencer (Sir), 1914-2000, journalist and company director
MAYER, Henry, 1919-1991, professor, political theorist
MAYES, Bruce Toomba, 1903-1996, obstetrician, gynaecologist and professor
MAYO, Edith Allen, 1915-1995, community worker
MAZA, Robert Lewis 'Bob', 1939-2000, Aboriginal actor
McALONEY, William Simpson, 1910-1995 Group Captain RAAF
McAULAY, Ronald Peter, 1932-1995, federal police commissioner, responsible for investigating the death of Azaria Chamberlain
McBURNEY, Linda Mary Elizabeth, nee Kuhl, 1909-2000, Cub Mistress, Red Cross leader
McBURNIE, Donald Hindle, 1920-1995, air force officer
McCAFFERTY, John Francis 'Jack', 1914-1999, road-transport entrepreneur
McCAFFREY, John Francis, 1933-2000, surgeon and oncologist
McCARTHY, Amanuel Ernest 'Mannie', 1902-1994, champion woodchopper
McCARTHY, Darcy Patrick, 1932-1991, Catholic priest
McCARTHY, Frederick David and (Elsie, nee Bramell, wife), 1905- (1909-1997 1985), anthropologists
McCARTHY, Patrick Ernest, 1913-1994, air force officer
McCLELLAND, James Robert 'Jim', 1915-1999, ALP Senator, judge
McCLINTOCK, Joan, 1922-1996, community activist, social worker, secretary (ACOSS)
McCLOUGHAN, Evelyn, nee Harpham, 1921-2000, teacher
McCLYMONT, Gordon Lee 'Bill', 1920-2000, ecologist and professor, University of New England
McCOMB, David, 1962-1999, pop music star
McCULLOCH, Alan McLeod, 1907-1992, artist, art historian, critic and gallery director
McCUSKER, Sir James Alexander, 1913-1995, businessman
McDONALD, Bruce Alexander, 1925-1993, army officer
McDONALD, William (Sir) 'Jack', 1911-1995, politician
McELWAIN, Donald William, 1915-2000, professor of psychology
McGILVRAY, Alan David, 1909-1996, cricket commentator
McGRATH, Edmund Hudson, 1920-2000, tax officer, ACOA
McGUIRE, Frances Margaret, 1900-1995, biochemist and author
McGUIRE, Frederick, 1929-2000, judge
McGUIRE, Marie Josephine Theresa, 1906-1993, nun
McINNES, Elizabeth 'Beth', 1910-1997, journalist
McKAY, Fred (Very Rev Dr), c1908-2000, superintendent Australian Inland Mission and Presbyterian minister
McKELLAR, Reginald Vincent, 1914-1995, army officer
McKENZIE, Queenie, c1920-1998, Aboriginal leader
McKIE, Ronald Cecil Hamlyn, 1909-1991, author, journalist and expatriate
McKINNA, John Gilbert, 1906-2000, army officer, businessman and police commissioner
McLACHLAN, Ian, 1908-1998, pastoralist and company director
MCLACHLAN, Ian Dugald, 1915-1995, CB CBE DFC MID
McLAREN, Ian Francis, 1912-2000, parliamentarian and bibliophile
McLEAN, George Thomas, 1901-1994, tourism and hospitality industries entrepreneur
McLEAN, William Malcolm, 1918-1996, footballer and publican
McLEAY, John Elden, 1922-2000, politician
McLENNAN, Ian Munro (Sir), 1909-1998, managing director
McLEOD, Donald, 1908-1999, activist
McLEOD, Neil and (wife Audrie Lillian, nee Mell), 1909- (1912-1993 1992), co-founders Spastic Centre
McMEEKIN, Ivan, 1919-1993, potter
McMILLAN, Robert Edward Patrick, 1903-1997, structural engineer and activist
McNALLY, Cecilia Elizabeth, 1909-1996, collector and real-estate investor
McNALLY, Ward, 1915-1991, reformed criminal and journalist
McNAMARA, Barbara, nee Lowe, 1913-2000, novelist
McNAMARA, Dympna, 1907-2000, nun
McNICOLL, David Ramsay, 1914-2000, journalist
McPHEE, Neil Raymond, 1929-1998, barrister
McPHERSON, Keith Duncan (Sir), 1920-1993, newspaper executive
McPHERSON, Leonard Arthur, 1921-1996, criminal
McRAE, Eric George, 1913-1999, media administrator
McSWEYN, Allan Frank, 1918-1994, air force officer
McWILLIAM, Glen Maxwell (and brothers & nephew), 1914-1996, wine industry leader
McWILLIAM, Russell John, 1894-1991, structural engineer
MEDWAY, Violet Maude, 1909–1996, headmistress, educationist and businesswoman
MELLER, Theodor P., 1909-1994, electrical engineer and shoe manufacturer
MELLOY, Robert Sydney 'Bobby', 1897-1995, estate agent, army officer and memoirist
MENELAUS, Malcolm Benbow, 1930-2000, surgeon
MENSAROS, Andrew, 1921-1991, politician
MENZIES, Andrew, 1919-1999, lawyer, WW2, deputy secretary, Attorney General's Department
MENZIES, Pattie Maie (Dame), 1899-1995, wife of R. G. Menzies
MERRY, Isabelle Elizabeth (Rev.) 'Belle', 1907-2000, Congregationalist minister
METCALF, Rosemary, 1949-2000, community member/worker, worked CSIRO and president, Australian-Vietnam Society (Canberra)
MILES, Ian Charles, 1924-1999, director, Lifeline Canberra, Lifeline Sydney, clergyman and WW2 air force chaplain
MILGATE, Wesley, 1916-1999, professor of English
MILLAR, Andrée ,1916-1996, botanist and landscape gardener
MILLAR, Thomas Bruce, 1925-1994, social science, political science, international affairs
MILLER, Ian Douglas (Sir), 1900-1996, neurosurgeon
MILLER, John Stephen Corfield, 1916-1997, Anglican priest and headmaster
MILLER, Michael John 'Mick', 1937-1998, Aboriginal community leader
MILLICER, Henry, 1915-1996, aeronautical engineer
MILLS, Roy Markham, 1917-2000, medical officer, army doctor and POW
MILNE, Kenneth Lancelot, 1915-1995, politician
MILNER, Ian Frank George, 1911-1991, public servant and agent
MINH, Phung Nhat, 1926-1995, South Vietnamese diplomat
MISSINGHAM, Harold 'Hal', 1906-1994, director Art Gallery of NSW
MITCHELL, Alastair, 1911-1998, ('Afferbeck Lauder')
MITCHELL, Alexander George, 1911-1997, professor of English and university vice chancellor
MITCHELL, Bessie, 1906-1998, headmistress Cheltenham Girls' High
MITCHELL, Roma Flinders (Dame), 1913-2000, judge and governor
MITCHELL, William, publicist
MITCHELL-CARMICHAEL, Heather Mary, 1917-1999, conservationist and activist
MITTAS, Dorothy Jacqueline, 1934-1999, adoption reformer
MOLNAR, George, c1910-1998, cartoonist and professor of architecture
MOLNAR, George, 1934-1999, philosopher, libertarian and leader of the Push
MOODIE HEDDLE, Enid Olive Mary, 1904-1991, publisher, editor and author
MOORE, John Cochrane (Sir), 1915-1998, barrister, with United Nations president Australian Industrial Relations Commission, president Conciliation & Arbitration Commission
MOORHEAD, John Irvine, 1922-2000, newspaper editor and mayor, Grafton
MORA, Georges (Gunther Morawski), 1913-1992, gallery director and restaurateur
MORAN, Stanley James (and wife), 1899-1998, Communist, trade union leader and (Balmain paper-seller)
MORCOM, Elizabeth Ellinor Jane, 1909-2000, organist and choirmaster
MORGAN, David Archibald Stevenson, c1920-1995, director general and RAAF medical service
MORISON, William Loutit, 1920-2000, law professor, Sydney University
MORRIS, Ivor Gray, 1911-1995, woollen manufacturer and philanthropist
MORRISON, Edward John, 1922-1999, army officer
MORRISON, Hedda, nee Hammer, 1908-1991, photographer
MORRISON, John Gordon, 1904-1998, author
MORTIMER, Thomas Harry Blake 'Tom', c1932-1991, union leader
MORTON, Philip Henry, 1910-1999, politician
MOWALJARLAI, Bungal (David), c1926-1997, Aboriginal leader
MUIR, Ernest Jack 'Jock', 1914-1995, yachtsman
MUIRHEAD, James Henry, 1925-1999, judge and Administrator of the NT
MULLER, Desmond Otto, 1913-1994, diplomat, engineer and lieutenant colonel
MUMBLER, Percy, c1906-1991, Aboriginal elder
MURPHY, Gordon Bernard Jamieson, 1919-2000, army officer
MURPHY, Hugh and (Kevin, brother), 1917-1995, Department News and Information, secretary to Eddie Ward
MURPHY, John Joseph, 1914-1997, army officer, patrol officer, coastwatcher and POW
MURRAY, Ben 'Benno', 1893-1994, soldier, aboriginal cameleer and linguist
MURRAY, Brian Stewart (Sir), 1921-1991, armed services and governor
MURRAY, Ian Provan Cathcart, 1929-2000, nuclear medicine pioneer and professor of University of New South Wales
MURRAY, Keith (Sir), c1903-1993, chairman, Australian Universities Grants commission, and Lord Murray of Newhaven
MURRAY, Kenneth James, 1925-1998, air force officer
MURRAY, Kevin Ross, 1931-1991, barrister and army officer
MYER, Kenneth Baillieu, 1921-1992, businessman and philanthropist
MYERS, David Milton, 1911-1999, engineer and university administrator
MYRTLE, John Hepburn, 1911-1997, businessman and art collector

NAIRN, Richard, 1919-1999, pathologist and medical researcher
NASR, Sami Nicolas, 1913-1995, geologist and oil executive
NAVE, Theodore Eric (Captain), 1899-1993, code-breaker, helped set up Australian Security and Intelligence Organisation (ASIO)
NAYLOR, Bernie, 1923-1993, footballer
NEARY John Edwin, 1915-2000, theatrical agent, entrepreneur and businessman
NEASEY, Francis Mervyn, 1920-1993, judge and author
NEATE, Kenneth, 1914-1997, policeman, tenor and singing teacher
NELSON, Charles Andrew 'Tom', 1908-1995, trade unionist WWF
NEUTZE, Max, 1934-2000, urban researcher, Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Australian National University
NEWFONG, John Archibald, 1943-1999, Aboriginal journalist and activist
NEWMAN (NAUMENKO), John Paul, 1946-1994, Labor politician (assassinated)
NEWMAN, Kevin Eugene, 1933-1999, Lieutenant Colonel, Malayan Emergency, Vietnam, politician
NEWTON-JOHN, Brinley, 1914-1992, professor, Deputy Vice-Chancellor
NICHOLS, Lawrence James, 1922-2000, rugby league fan, wool classer and charity worker
NICHOLS, Roy, 1909-1996, community leader
NICHOLSON, David Eric (Sir), 1904-1997, politician, professional cyclist and businessman
NOBLE, Rodney (Air Vice-Marshall), 1919-1995, RAAF pilot and engineer
NOFFS, Theodore Delwyn 'Ted', 1926-1995, minister Wayside Chapel
NOLAN, Sidney Robert (Sir), 1917-1992, artist
NONA, Joey Tanu, c1927-1999, Torres Strait Islander community leader
NOONAN, Michael John, 1921-2000, novelist and writer for television, radio, stage and film
NOONUCCAL, Oodgeroo (formerly Kath Walker), 1920-1993, Aboriginal poet, artist and community leader
NORMAN, Colin Hugh Boyd, 1904-1996, brigadier, patron and Rats of Tobruk Association
NORMAN, Robert Wentworth (Sir), 1912-1997, banker
NORRIS, Zoe 'Martha Gardener' (also known as Worrall), 1905-1991, promoter and broadcaster
NORTH, James Robert, 1932-2000, journalist

OATEY, Jack, 1920-1994, footballer and coach
OATS, William Nicolle, 1912-1999, educator and author
O'BRIEN, Bernard McCarthy, 1924-1993, microsurgeon
O'BRIEN, Harold Francis 'Mick', 1913-2000, businessman, O'Brien's Sports Store & Hairdressers
O'BRIEN, Patrick John (Paddy), 1937-1998, political writer
O'CONNOR, Michael Justin 'Poppy' and (Kevin, brother), 1930-1999, (d1999) farmers
O'DONNELL, James Hamilton, 1934-1995, professor of chemistry
OEMBARI, Raphael, 1920-1996, fuzzy wuzzy angel, stretcher bearer and Kokoda Track
OGILVIE, Patrick Joseph, 1925-1997, milliner
O'HARRIS, Rhona Olive 'Pixie ', 1903-1991, artist and writer (Mrs Bruce Pratt)
OLDHAM, John, 1907-1999, architect
OLIPHANT, Marcus Lawrence Elwin (Sir), 1901-2000, physicist and governor
OLLE, Andrew, 1947-1995 ,TV presenter and ABC journalist
O'LOAN, Roderick John Charles, 1915-1992, retail company executive, footballer and army officer
OLORENSHAW, Ian Russell, 1920-1997, air force officer
O'NEIL, Lloyd John, 1928-1992, publisher
O'NEIL, William Matthew, 1912-1991, professor of psychology
O'NEIL, William Sydney 'Shorty', 1903-2000, Broken Hill union leader
O'NEILL, Jack, c1910-1998, Commonwealth statistician
ONUS, William McLintock 'Lin', 1948-1996, Aboriginal artist
OPPENHEIM, Gerald Frederick, 1925-1996, businessman and chemist
OPPERMAN, Hubert Ferdinand (Sir), 1904-1996, cyclist and politician
O'REILLY, William Joseph 'Tiger', 1905-1992, cricketer
O'REILLY, Winston D'Arcy, 1913-2000, Methodist & Uniting Church leader
ORIGLASS, Nicholas n‚ Origlasso, 1908-1996, Trotskyist mayor
ORR, William, 1920-1999, director Phillip Street Revue
OSBORNE, Frederick Meares, 1909-1996, naval officer
O'SHEA, Barney, c1907-1993, Catholic priest and educator
OSMOND, Warren, 1947-2000, author and journalist
OSTOJA-KOTKOWSKI, Josef Stanislaus, 1922-1994, artist
O'SULLIVAN, Christopher Michael, 1895-1996, journalist
O'SULLIVAN, Hugh Daniel, 1939-1997, Catholic priest
OTAEGUI, Maria Pilar Moreno de, 1935-1994, co-founder Spanish Club Ethnic Affairs commission
OVERDUIN, Daniel Christiaan, c1931-1993, Lutheran pastor and bioethicist
OVERMAN, Peter, architect

PACKARD, Mary, 1928-1995, secretary, auto racing club and women pilots association
PALLIN, Francis Austin 'Paddy', 1900-1991, bushwalker, conservationist, businessman
PANNELL, Nita Veronica, 1904-1994, actor
PAPASAVAS, Savvas 'Sam', 1940-1993, lawyer and community leader
PARBERY, Grace Mary, 1913-1993, social worker Domiciliary Care Newcastle
PARKER, Marjorie Alice Collett 'Margot' (Dame), 1900-1991, philanthropist and social leader
PARKER, Noel Norman, 1916-1996, air force officer
PARKS, Stanley Walter, 1925-1994, city manager
PARSONS, Geoffrey Penwill, 1929-1995, pianist
PARSONS, Sylvia May, nee Johnson, 1921-2000, business owner, fashion retail stores
PATTERSON, Sidney Philip, 1927-1999, cyclist
PAUL, Victor Barry, 1938-1994, property developer
PAYNE, Alan Newbury, 1921-1995, yacht designer
PAYNE, Edith Frances 'Edie', nee Robinson, 1906-2000, Olympic athlete
PEARCE, Eric Herbert (Sir), 1905-1997, news reader
PEARCE,Jack Kingston 'John', 1925-1996, radio broadcaster
PEARCEY, Trevor, c1920-1998, information science pioneer
PEDEN, Harold, 1920-1993, unionist
PENBERTHY, (Albert) James, 1917-1999, conductor and composer
PENNELL, James Elmslie Crawford, 1928-1999, farmer, grazier and shire chairman
PERCEVAL, John de Burgh (formerly Linwood Robert Steven South), 1923-2000, artist
PERCY, Judith Evelyn, 1927-1999, golfer
PERKINS, Charles Nelson, 1936-2000, Aboriginal rights, sport, public service
PETER, Rachel, 1931-1996, Aboriginal community leader and Indigenous rights activist
PETERKIN, Angus Roy, 1906-1991, administrator
PETERSEN, Wilfred George, 1921-2000, politician
PETERSILKA, Augustin 'Gus', 1918-1994, cafe proprietor
PETROV, Vladimir, -1991, Soviet spy
PETTIGREW, Alan Charles, 1935-1993, political journalist and cricket administrator
PEWTRESS, Margaret, 1932-1995, women's sport leader
PHILIP, John Robert, 1927-1999, natural scientist
PIDDINGTON, Jack Hobart, 1910-1997, scientist, radio physicist
PIDDINGTON, Sydney George and (Lesley Elizabeth Pope, wife) 1918- (1924-1991) mind reader (POW Changi), (entertainer)
PIGGOTT, John Bruce, 1913-2000, lawyer and community activist
PILBEAM, Reginald Byron Jarvis 'Rex', 1907-1999, mayor
PINNEY, Peter Patrick, 1922-1992 ,travel writer and soldier
PIRRIE, Kenneth, 1934-1999, fashion designer
PITMAN, Edwin James George, 1897-1993, academic mathematician
PITMAN, Michael George, 1933-2000, Professor of Biology, deputy executive director CSIRO, Australia chief scientist
PLOMLEY, Norman James Brian, 1912-1994, historian
POLLARD, Alfred Hurlstone, 1916-2000, actuary, academic
POLLOCK, Agnes Jean, 1909-1996, home economist and educator
PONGRASS (PONGRACZ), George (Sandor 'Alex', brother), 1922- (1923-1999 2000), tubular steel industrialists
PONSFORD, William Harold 'Bill', 1900-1991, cricketer
PONT, George William, 1910-1992, trade union leader and judge
PORTER, Una Beatrice, 1900-1996, community leader and philanthropist
PORTUS, John Hereford, 1913-1997, arbitration court judge
PORUSH, Israel, 1907-1991, Rabbi
POTTER, Alf, 1919-1998, radio operator and television director
POTTER, William Ian (Sir), 1902-1994, businessman and philanthropist
PRESS, Anne Elizabeth, 1903-1992, politician MLC
PRICE, Geoffrey John 1930-1999 ambassador to Vietnam during the Vietnam War 1975, MBE
PRICE, James Robert 'Jerry' (Sir), 1912-1999, organic chemist, chair CSIRO
PRICE, Leslie Victor (Sir), 1920-1996, wheat industry leader
PRIEST, Joanna, 1910-1997, choreographer
PRIESTLEY, Charles Henry Brian (Bill), 1915-1998, meteorologist
PRINGLE, John Martin Douglas, 1912-1999, journalist
PRINGLE, Robert Arthur, 1942-1996, union leader and green ban activist
PROCTOR, Roderick Consett (Sir), 1914-1991, accountant and businessman
PROUD, John Seymour (Sir) and (George (Sir), brother) 1907- (1910-1997 1976), businessmen
PRYOR, Lindsay Dixon, 1915-1998, forester, professor of botany, helped establish Botanic Gardens, Canberra
PUNCH, Leon Ashton, 1928-1991, politician
PURBRICK, Eric Stevens, 1903-1991, vigneron
PUREGGER, Marjorie Isabel, 1905-1995, advocate for women's and music organisations
PURNELL, David Maxwell 'Max', 1916-2000, community member/worker
PURVES, Frederick William, 1912-1997, naval officer
PYE, Aubrey David Dick, 1901-1994, surgeon and hospital administrator

QUARRELL, Lois ,1915-1991, sportswoman and journalist
QUIST, Adrian Karl, 1913-1991, tennis player and boxer

RAFFERTY, Joseph Anstice, 1911-2000, politician
RAIL, Victory Robert 'Vic', 1945-1994, racehorse trainer
RAMLAWEY, Gibran, 1931-1999, Antiochian Orthodox bishop
RAMSAMMY, Edward Royce, 'Ram Chandra', 'Taipan Man', 1921-1998, authority on venomous Australian snakes and educator in snake-safety
RANKIN, Ronald, 1914-1991, air force officer
RANKINE, Dorothy Leila, c1933-1993, aboriginal musician and community worker
RAPOTEC, Stanislaus Ivan, 1913-1997, artist
RASHEED, Kevin, c1920-1992, tourism operator and promoter
RATCLIFFE, Richard, 1932-1999, Commonwealth Housing & Construction, landscape architect and heritage consultant
RATTEN, Norman, 1918-1995, DFC* B-CdeG
RATTIGAN, Godfrey Alfred 'Alf', 1911-2000, chairman, IAC, Australian Tariff Board
RAVENSCROFT, Mona Rachel Turner, 1915-1997?, sociologist and author
RAWSON, Don William, 1930-1997, historian, political scientist, president, National Tertiary Education Union
READ, W. J. (Jack), 1904 1992, coastwatcher and government officer
REECE, Eric Elliott, 1909-1999, politician
REED, Thomas Thornton, 1902-1995, Anglican archbishop
REEDER, Joan Mary, nee Hackforth, 1922-1999, journalist and editor Woman's Day
REES, (George) Leslie Clarence, 1905-2000, writer
REES-THOMAS, Thomas, 1910-1993, Uniting Church minister
REID, Barrett, 1926-1995, poet, critic and broadcaster
REID, George Oswald (Sir), 1903-1993, politician
REID, Howard Dudley, 1908-1999, naval officer
REID, William, 1917-1993, Aboriginal mission worker and egg carver
RENFORD, Desmond Robert, 1927-1999, former alderman and marathon swimmer
RHOADES, Rodney, 1909-1991, naval officer
RICE, Phillip John, 1927-1991, barrister and judge, Northern Territory
RICHARDS, Ronald Morgan, 1928-2000, newspaper executive
RICHARDSON, William Yorke, 1914-1994, air force officer
RICKETTS, William 'Billy', 1899-1993, sculptor and environmentalist
RIDDELL, Elizabeth Richmond, 1907-1998, poet and journalist
RIDINGS, Philip Lovett, c1918-1998, cricketer and administrator
RIGGS, Shirley Patricia 'Pat', 1921-1998, journalist and councillor
RILEY, Robert Norman (Rob), 1956-1999, director of Aboriginal Legal Service
RINGWOOD, Alfred Edward 'Ted', 1930-1993, geochemist, synroc - storing nuclear waste
RISSON, Robert Joseph Henry (Sir), 1901-1992, engineer and major-general
ROACH, Edward Charles 'Ted', 1909-1997, waterside worker and trade unionist
ROBERTS, Ainslie, c1911-1993, artist
ROBERTS, Edwin Peter Spencer, 1913-1991, wool industry leader
ROBERTS, Frank Edward, c1912-1992, lord mayor
ROBERTS, Merrilie D'Arcy, 1915-1993, headmistress Ascham
ROBERTSON, Kenneth Victor, 1915-1994, RAAF test pilot
ROBINSON, Brian, 1934-1991, film and television educator
ROBINSON, Roland Edward, 1912-1992, axeman, jockey, ballet dancer and poet
ROBINSON, William 'Tracker', 1896-1994, Aboriginal police tracker
ROCHER, Raymond Leslie, 1932-1994, builder
RODERICK, Colin Arthur, 1911-2000  professor of English
RODMELL, Joyce Crosson, 1917-2000, director of nursing Sydney Hospital
ROFE, Esther, 1904-2000, composer
ROGAN, Francis Henry, c1916-1992, town clerk and chief executive officer
ROLAND, Betty, nee Mary Isobel Maclean, 1903-1996, playwright and author
ROMBERG, Frederick (Romney), 1913-1992 ,architect
ROOKLYN, Israel 'Jack' and (Maurice and [Harry], brothers), 1908- (1905- (1903-1996 1992) 1992), gambling entrepreneur and yachtsman (magician) [entertainer]
ROOM, Thomas Dudley (Tom), c1908-1994, businessman and community leader
ROSE, Bruce, 1918-1999, pilot and businessman
ROSE, Frederick George Godfrey, 1915-1991, anthropologist, professor Humboldt, East Germany
ROSS, Dorothy Dickson, 1928-1998, farmer, teacher, philanthropist and CWA-leader
ROSS, Walter Henry (John), 1916 1996, WWII author
ROUNTREE, Phyllis Margaret, 1911-1994, microbiologist and bacteriologist
ROWELL, John Joseph (Sir), 1916-1996, solicitor, company director and community worker
ROWELL, Kenneth, 1920-1999, stage designer
ROWLAND, James Anthony, 1922-1999, air force officer
ROWLAND, John Russell, 1925-1996, diplomat and poet
ROWLAND, Peter, 1929-1996, medical practitioner, president, ACT AIDS Action Council and farmer
ROWLINSON, William Josiah, 1920-1998, army officer
ROXBURGH, Rachel, 1915-1991, art teacher, artist and author
RUDD, Eric Aroha, 1910-1999, geologist
RUD, George Frederick Elliott, 1910-1993, historian
RUNDLE, Francis Felix, 1910-1993, professor surgery dean medicine, University of New South Wales
RUSSELL, Robert Reid 'Bob', 1905-1993, sugar industry leader and company chairman
RYAN, Edna Minna, nee Nelson, 1904-1997, political activist, feminist and author
RYAN, Edward John, 1916-1995, coal industry executive
RYAN, Madge Winifred, 1919-1994, actor
RYLEY, John William, 1926-1992, veterinarian

SADIL, Nicholas George 'Nick', 1923-1999, real estate agent, co-founder, Sadil Quinlan
SAKZEWSKI, Albert (Sir), 1905-1991, chartered accountant and billiards player
SALISBURY, Harold Hubert, 1915-1991, police commissioner
SALOMON, Horst Egon, 1920-1994, property renovator and restaurateur
SANDFORD, Jack Tipton, 1915-1997, air force officer
SANDS, Kenneth Royce, 1917-1997, air force officer
SANGSTER, John Grant, 1928-1995, jazz musician and composer
SANTAMARIA, Bartholomew Augustine 'Bob', 1915-1998, political activist and commentator
SAUNDERS, John, 1922-1997, businessman developer
SAW, Charles Stuart 'Ron', 1929-1992, journalist
SAWER, Geoffrey, 1910-1996, academic lawyer
SAWREY, Hugh David, 1919-1999, artist, farmer, drover and philanthropist
SCARF, Reuben Francis, 1913-1993, clothing retailer
SCHMALZBACH, Oscar Rivers, 1912-1997, physician and psychiatrist
SCHRODER, Ernest William (Bill) Ernest Melville (Bob), and Harold, 1933- 1901- 1875-1991 1992 1964, engineers and company directors
SCHUBERT, Max Edmund, 1915-1994, winemaker
SCHUTT, Arthur Henry, 1912-1999, aviator
SCOBLE, Marjory Clara Calland, 1912-1999, Salvationist
SCOTT, Donald Malcolm, 1932-1996, professional punter, racing analyst and author
SCOTT, George A. McD, 1933-1998, botanist and conservationist
SCOTT-YOUNG, Margery, 1912-1997, surgeon
SCRIMGEOUR, Dulcie, 1915-1993
SEAGER, Joy, 1899-1991, medical practitioner
SEAH, Mary, 1905-2000, nurse and prisoner of war relief worker (Angel of Changi?)
SEGAL, Iza Joan, 1914-1994, obstetrician and gynaecologist
SELF, Peter John Otter, 1919-1999, academic, urban planner,
SEMMLER, Clement, 1914-2000, ABC deputy general manager, critic, author
SERLE, Alan Geoffrey 'Geoff', 1922-1998, historian
SEWARD, Justin McCarthy, 1917-1998, estate agent
SHANNON, David John, 1922-1993, squadron leader and dambuster pilot
SHARPE, Eric John, 1933-2000, foundation professor, religion, University of Sydney
SHAW, John, 1940-1997, clinical pharmacologist and professor, University of Sydney
SHAW, Mansergh, 1910-1993, professor of mechanical engineering
SHEN, Margaret, c1941-1994, restaurateur and businesswoman
SHEPPARD, Alexander William, 1910-1997, bookseller
SHILTON, Lancelot Rupert, 1921-1998, Anglican bishop
SHOWERS, Henry Arthur, 1899-1991, rear admiral
SIME, Murray, 1944-2000, tax lawyer, banker and arts patron
SIMMONDS, John Howard, 1901-1992, plant pathologist
SIMPSON, Thomas Drayton 'Tammy', 1917-1998, law, solicitor and gunner RAF
SINCLAIR, Jean, 1940-1991, secretary and personal assistant
SINCLAIR, Keith Val, 1926-1999, professor of French
SINCLAIR, Sidney, 1915-1999, businessman
SINGH, Gurdip, c1932-1991, palaeontologist
SINNAMON, Hercules Vincent (Sir), 1899-1994, farmer, businessman and philanthropist
SKERMAN, Percival James, 1911-1998, agricultural scientist and historian
SKIPPER, Helen Stark, 1914-2000, businesswoman and horse breeder
SLUCZANOWSKI, Philip, 1951-1994, mathematician
SLY, Ernest Edwin 'Ernie', 1924-1999, community leader, Salvation Army, Scouts, Legacy, served in Vietnam
SMARK, Peter Thomas, 1936-2000, journalist
SMITH, Alexander Tait, 1915-1994, pathologist
SMITH, Angus James, 1911-1997, mayor, tennis player and sporting-goods retailer
SMITH, Colleen Shirley, nee Perry, 1921-1998, Aboriginal welfare worker
SMITH, Donald Sydney, 1923-1998, opera singer
SMITH, George Ivan, 1915-1995, Radio Australia
SMITH, Harold Neil, 1907-1996, electricity commissioner
SMITH, John David, 1934-1995, professor of computing
SMITH, Kevin John 'Father', 1931-1995, parish priest and youth worker
SMITH, Shaun Damian, ?-1998, Westralia fire Bravery medal posthumous
SMITH, Thomas John, 1919-1998, racehorse trainer
SMITH, Thomas Weetman, 1901-2000, judge
SMITH, Victor Alfred Trumper (Sir), 1913-1998, navy commander, Admiral and cricketer
SMITH, William Joshua, 1905-1995, artist
SMORGON, Eric, 1911-1999, businessman
SOMERSET, Henry Beaufort (Sir), 1906-1995, industrial chemist and businessman
SOUTER, Harold, 1911-1994, trade unionist
SOUTHEY, Robert John (Sir), 1922-1998, businessman and political leader
SPARNON, Norman James, 1913-1995, Ikebana authority
SPATE, Oskar Hermann Khristian, 1911-2000, geographer, historian
SPENCER, Norman, 1922-1999, television producer
SPRIGG, Reginald Claude, 1919-1994, geologist and businessman
SPRY, Charles Chambers Fowell (Sir), 1910-1994, director-general, ASIO, military officer
ST JOHN, Edward Henry, 1916-1994, Federal politician
STAMPFL, Franz, 1913-1995, athletics coach
STANLEY, Arthur George, 1925-1997, army officer
STAPLES, (Arthur) Charles, 1910-1997, historian
STARKE, John Erskine (Sir) and (Monica, sister), 1915-1994, judge
STEELE, Joyce, 1909-1991, politician
STEELE, Philip John Rupert (Sir), 1920-2000, company director and racehorse breeder
STEELE, Ray, 1917-1993, cricket administrator
STENING, George Grafton Lees (Sir), 1904-1996, gynaecologist and chancellor Order of St John
STEPHENSON, Gordon, 1908-1997, city planner
STEVENS, Reginald Noel Basil, 1917-2000, air force officer
STEVENSON, Hugh David (Vice-Admiral Sir), 1918-1998, Chief of Naval Staff
STEVENSON, Murray Herman and (Cecil Vincent, father), 1905-2000, (d.1963) radio, tv and engineer
STEWART, Harold Frederick, 1916-1995, poet and Buddhist scholar Ern Malley hoaxer
STEWART, William Ian, 1914-1994, director Standards Australia
STEWART, Yvonne Eliza, nee Kidston, c1920-1997, teacher learning disability
STILWELL, Geoffrey Thomas 1931-2000 custodian of heritage
STILWELL, Ray Bell Bermar Sellars 'Bib', 1927-1999, businessman and racing driver
STIVENS, Dallas George, 1911-1997, novelist and journalist ('Jack Tarrant')
STOKES, Constance, 1906-1991, painter
STONEHAM, Clive Philip, 1909-1992, politician
STOREY, Arthur Stanley 'Donk', 1909-1995, HMAS Australia
STORM, Eric, 1896-2000, businessman investor
STOVE, David Charles, 1927-1994, professor of philosophy University Sydney
STRATON, Anne, 1923-1998, businesswoman and arts worker from Vienna
STREETER, Joan, nee Ritchie, ?-1993, Navy captain, director and Women's Royal Naval Service
STRONACH, Nellie E., 1892-1991, army officer and welfare worker
STURROCK, Alexander Stuart 'Jock', 1915-1997, yachtsman
SUMMERS, Don, c1932-1995, unionist
SUNDERLAND, Sydney (Sir), 1910-1993, surgeon and professor of anatomy
SUSANS, Ronald Thomas, 1917-1992, air force officer
SUTTON, Audrey Fay, 1926-2000, community worker, quadriplegic from polio, councillor ACF, Aboriginal Advancement League, Greening Australia
SVED, George, 1910-1994, engineer
SWANE, Valerie Gwendoline Rhoda, 1926-1993, gardening expert and journalist
SWEENEY, Anthony James (Jim), 1945-1997, banker
SYKES, Geoffrey Percy Frederick, 1908-1992, motor racing promoter
SYLVAN, Richard, 1935-1996, environmental philosopher
SYRON, Brian Gregory, 1934-1993, Aboriginal actor, film director and teacher

TABAGEE, Nipper, ?-1991, community leader
TANNA, Reginald Gabriel, c1934-2000, engineer and port authority manager
TAYLOR, Paul, 1957-1992, art critic
TEALE (THIELE), Leonard, 1922-1994, actor and RAAF pilot
TEEDE, Neville Henry, 1924-1992, actor and lecturer
TELFORD, Richard 'Dick', 1920-1999, educationist
TEMPLETON, Robert Ian 'Bob', 1932-1999, football coach, auctioneer and insurance adviser
TERRY, Paul, 1948-1993, entrepreneur
TESSELAAR, Cornelius Ignatius 'Cees', 1912-1996, horticulturist
THIESS, Leslie Charles (Sir), 1909-1992, mining and construction industries entrepreneur
THOMAS, Kenneth William, 1913-1997, founder chairman TNT
THOMAS, Rover (Julara), 1926-1998, artist
THOMAS, Wilfrid Coad, 1904-1991, broadcaster
THOMPSON, Charles Colin and (Elizabeth Mary, nee Wood 'May') 1906- (1910-1994 1972), hack, show jumping and camp drafting competitor
THOMSON, Owen Mackay, 1932-1997, newspaper owner and journalist
THORBURN, Geoffrey Donald, 1930-1996, medical researcher and physiologist
THORNTON, Geoffrey, 1925-1992, air force officer
THRING, Francis William 'Frank', 1926-1994, actor
THROSSELL, Ric Prichard, 1922-1999, WW2, diplomat, persecuted as suspected spy, dramatist, writer, author, playwright
TIMBS, Maurice, 1917-1994, Secretary, Department Admin Services, exec Atomic Energy Commission
TINDALE, Norman Barnett, 1900-1993, anthropologist
TINTNER, Georg Bernhard, 1917-1999, musician conductor
TJAPALTJARI, Mick Namarari, c1923-1998, artist
TOBIN, Alphonsus Vincent, 1905-1993, funeral director
TOEPLITZ, Jerzy, ?-1995, educationist and founding director film and television school
TOLMER, Alex, 1914-1998, businessman, manufacturer and philanthropist
TONKIN, David Oliver, 1929-2000, ophthalmologist and premier
TONKIN, John, 1902-1995, premier
TOOGOOD, Louisa, c1903-1993, welfare worker
TÖRK, Istvan, 1939-1992, professor of brain anatomy, University of New South Wales
TRATHEN, Douglas Arthur ,1916-1998, clergyman, military chaplain and headmaster
TRAVERS, Basil Holmes 'Jika', 1919-1998, headmaster and Rhodes scholar
TRAVERS, Pamela Lyndon (Helen Lyndon Goff), 1899-1996, novelist
TREEN, Francis Joseph, 1920-1993, jockey and trainer
TRENDALL, Arthur Dale, 1905-1996, Master, University House, classicist
TRIACA, Dante and (David), (family entry), 1916-1996, restaurateur
TRIGGS, Allan William Russell, 1913-2000, air force officer
TRUSCOTT, John Edward, 1936-1993, theatrical designer
TSCHARKE, Edwin, 1918-2000, Lutheran missionary
TUBMAN, Ken, 1916-1993, rally driver and pharmacist
TUCKER, Albert Lee, 1914-1999, artist
TUCKER, Margaret, 1904-1996, Aboriginal activist and community leader
TULLY, Peter, 1947-1992, artist, jeweller designer and gay activist
TURNER, Alexander, 1904-1997, ABC producer and dramatist
TURNER, Elizabeth Kathleen, 1914-1999, paediatrician
TURNER, George, 1916-1997, novelist, critic and teacher
TURNER, Helen Alma Newton, 1908-1995, animal geneticist
TURNER, John Stewart, 1908-1991, botanist, educationist and environmentalist
TURNER, Raymond Stanmore, 1912-2000, financier
TUXWORTH, Hilda Elsie, 1908-1994, nurse and community activist
TYRRELL, Murray Davey, 1921-2000, wine maker
TYRRELL, Murray Louis (Sir), 1913-1994, official secretary to six governor-generals
TYTHERLEIGH, Edwin Harold, 1905-c1995, financier (Co-op Societies)

UNDERWOOD, Erica, nee Chandler, 1907-1992, broadcaster
UNMEOPA, Sental Leo 'Santa', c1945-1996, Aboriginal community leader
USHER, Elizabeth Catherine, 1911-1997, speech therapist
UTEMORRAH, Daisy, 1922-1994, Aboriginal leader

VALLANCE, Thomas George, 1928-1993, associate professor petrology and biographer
VAUGHAN, Terence, 1915-1996, founding director, conductor, pianist, scriptwriter, dancer, designer, arts impresario and administrator
VERNON, James (Sir), 1910-2000, economic reform
VICKERY, Norman Alfred, 1917-1998, army officer
VIERTEL, Charles, 1902-1992, accountant, businessman and philanthropist
VINCENT, Douglas 'Tim' (Major-General), 1916-1995, AIF officer, commander, head, Australian joint services staff in Washington, Adjutant-General, Australia Army and RSL chairperson
VOS, Roelf, 1921-1992, supermarket entrepreneur

WALES, Alexander William, 1921-1997, air force officer
WALKER, Alan Richard, 1936-2000, Salvationist
WALKER, Brian 'Black Jack', c1913-1997, test pilot for de Haviland Aircraft Co, RAAF ace and fighter pilot
WALKER, Robert Lennox, 1925-2000, meteorologist
WALKER, Margaret Evelyn, 1920-1996, folk dancer teacher and peace activist
WALL, Lawrance Anderson, 1913-2000, real estate developer
WALLER, Sir John Keith, 1914-1992, diplomat
WALSH, Alan (Sir), 1916-1998, inventor and scientist
WALTON, John Robert 'Bert' (Sir), 1904-1998, retailer
WANSTALL, Charles Gray (Sir), 1912-1999, judge
WARD, John Clive, 1924-2000, physics professor, Macquarie University
WARD, Russel Braddock, 1914-1995, historian
WARDLE, Patience Australie 'Pat', nee Tillyard, 1910-1992, community member/worker
WARWICK SMITH, George Henry, 1916-1999, public servant
WATERHOUSE, Douglas Frew, 1916-2000, entomologist
WATERS, Darcy Ian, 1928-1997, Bohemian, wharf labourer and punter
WATERS, Leonard Victor 'Len', c1924-1993, fighter pilot WW2
WATSON, Donald, 1914-1993, orthopaedic surgeon and welfare worker
WATSON, Donald Crawford, 1924-1999, sugar industry leader
WATSON, Gordon Charles, 1921-1999, pianist
WATSON, Harold Douglas, 1914-1997, managing editor, Tumut & Adelong Times
WATSON, Jean, 1908-1993, typist, genealogist, administrator and gardener
WATSON, Lepani, ?-1992, politician
WATSON-MUNRO, Charles Norman, 1915-1991, professor of Physics, University of Sydney
WATTS, (Frank) Lionel, 1928-2000, philanthropist (House with no steps)
WEBB, Bruce Phillip, 1926-2000, geologist and company director
WEEDEN, William John (Jock), 1905-1996, educationalist, Universities Commission, ANU Council
WEICKHARDT, Leonard William, 1908-2000, scientist and university administrator
WELLS, Edgar Almond, 1908-1995, missionary
WELLS, Harold Clyde 'Bob', 1908-1996, miner, unionist and novelist
WEST, Morris Langlo, 1916-1999, author, novelist and radio producer
WESTWOOD, Bryan, 1930-2000, artist
WETTENHALL, Henry Norman Burgess, 1915-2000, paediatrician, collector and philanthropist
WHATMAN, Keith Roy, 1928-1999, businessman and wrecker
WHEATLEY, Alice Jean, 1904-1993, air force officer
WHEELER, Frederick Henry (Sir), 1914-1994, secretary, treasury
WHITBY, Fred, c1924-1993, trade union leader
WHITE, Frederick (Sir), 1905-1994, chairman of CSIRO, professor of physics
WHITE, Harold Leslie (Sir), 1905-1992, librarian
WHITE, Osmar, 1909-1991, war correspondent and journalist
WHITEHEAD, David Adie 'Torpy', 1896-1992, brigadier
WHITELAW, Robert James, 1921-2000, Commonwealth Treasury
WHITELEY, Brett, 1939-1992, artist
WHITEMAN, Manton Lewis Cyril, 1903-1994, businessman
WHITFIELD, Beverley Joy, 1954-1996, swimmer and Olympic gold medallist
WHITTEN, Edward James 'Ted', 1933-1995, footballer
WHITWORTH, Joyce Ethel, 1911-1998, AWAS assistant commander and community services
WHYTE, Irene Margarita, 1923-1999, businesswoman
WIGHTMAN, Lillian, 1903-1992, fashion importer and store owner
WIGHTON, Rosemary Neville, 1925-1994, arts administrator and academic
WILENSKI, Peter, 1939-1994, senior public servant and diplomat
WILLETT, Frederick John, 1922-1993, university vice-chancellor
WILLIAMS, (Rev.) Colin, 1921-2000, theologian and uniting church minister
WILLIAMS, Cecil Wallace Edgar, 1911-1997, trade union leader
WILLIAMS, David Edward, 1910-1994, philosopher, economist, farmer and Methodist missionary
WILLIAMS, Edward Stratton (Sir), 1921-1999, judge, sports administrator and exhibition organiser
WILLIAMS, Harold 'Crow', 1947-1994, Aboriginal land rights activist and co-organiser, Aboriginal Tent Embassy 
WILLIAMS, William Thomas, 1913-1995, biologist
WILLIS, Eric Archibald (Sir), 1922-1999, politician
WILLIS, James Hamlyn 'Jim', 1910-1995, botanist and herbarium director
WILLOUGHBY, James Robert, c1907-1993, Liberal party director
WILLSON, Sandra Audrey Kane, 1939-1999, prisoner reformer
WILSON, George Thomas Jamieson, 1907-1991, academic and sportsman
WILSON, Gwennifer Catherine May, nee Bruce, 1916-1998, anaesthetist and researcher
WILSON, John Gardiner (Sir), c1913-1994, industrialist
WILSON, Ralph Campbell, 1917-1994, theatre director, arts patron and high school principal
WILSON, Roland (Sir), 1904-1996, economist, head, Department Treasury, board-member Commonwealth Bank, Commonwealth Statistician
WILTSHIRE, Frederick Munro (Sir), 1911-1994, manufacturing businessman
WITHERS, Rees Bedford, 1913-1996, oil and gas explorer
WITT, Howell, 1920-1998, bishop
WOOD, Frederick George, 1906-1991, army officer
WOOD, Gillam Albert McConnell 'Pat', 1910-1993, Presbyterian moderator
WOOD, Ian Alexander Christie, 1901-1992, politician and mayor
WOODS, Frank I (Sir) and (Jean Margaret, wife), 1907-1992, Anglican Archbishop
WOODS, Roger, 1934-1998, gliding expert, jackeroo and poultry farmer
WOODWARD, Philip Morgan, 1912-1997, judge and royal commissioner
WOOLLIAMS, Anne, 1926-1999, ballet teacher, choreographer and educational administrator
WRAY, Elinor Caroline, 1899-1992, speech therapist
WRIGHT, Harold John Alfred, 1919-1991, air force officer
WRIGHT, John, 1927-1998, deputy premier
WRIGHT, Judith Arundell, 1915-2000, poet
WRIGHT, Malcolm, 1912-1998, coastwatcher and government officer
WYNN, David, 1915-1995, winemaker

YEATES, Neil Tolmie McRae, 1915-1996, professor, livestock husbandry, University of New England
YEEND, Geoffrey John (Sir), 1927-1994, head, department of Prime Minister and Cabinet, ANU Chancellor
YEOMANS, Neville Thomas and (Percival Alfred, father), 1928- (1904-2000 1984), psychiatrist, community worker, engineer, inventor
YOCK, Daniel, c1975-1993, Aboriginal dancer
YOUNG, Douglas Garry 'Dougie', 1935-1991, Aboriginal singer songwriter
YOUNG, Michael Jerome 'Mick', 1936-1996, politician, national president, ALP
YOUNG, Norman Smith (Sir), 1911-1999, company director

ZAKHAROFF, Charles, 1905-1994, taxi driver
ZAKHAROV, (Alice) Olive, 1929-1995, politician (senator)
ZINNER, Hilda Georgina, 1926-2000, nurse, to Vietnam as head of Australian Red Cross, Department of Immigration, welfare officer