Eaglehawk, Victoria, Australia
- Alternative Names
- Young, Mary (commonly used)
- Young, May (also used)
Mary Young left Australia for China in June 1900 on S.S. Eastern with her parents and siblings. Despite being born in Australia, her father, George Young, applied for exemption from the 1890 Chinese Act for the whole family although he provided authorities with photographs of himself and his three sons, none were provided of the women in the family. She is last referred to as living with her mother in ‘Gar (or Yar) Yew’ village, near Guangzhou.
- 'Prosperous Chinese miner [photograph]', Australasian, 31 March 1900, p. 703. Details
- George Young (En Young Fun) and family
- 31 March 1900
- Australia - Victoria - Eaglehawk
Sources used to compile this entry: 'Prosperous Chinese miner [photograph]', Australasian, 31 March 1900, p. 703; Victorian Births, deaths and marriages; NAA(Vic), MP56/12, item 6; NAA(Vic), B13/0, 1917/3260.
Created: 3 November 2003, Last modified: 20 October 2005