John David Hennessey

John David Hennessey

John David Hennessey

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John David Hennessey (1847 – 1935), author, was born in London and went to Australia in 1875. He lived in Queensland, New South Wales and Victoria.

He was a Methodist and Congregational minister and did some religious journalism and general editing. He founded and edited the Australian Christian World from 1886 to 1891 and in 1894 the Australian Field, a weekly agricultural paper.

As well as short stories in magazines in Australia and England, he published several novels including:

  • The Dis-Honourable (1895)
  • An Australian Bush Track (1896)
  • Wynnum (1896)
  • A Lost Identity (1897)
  • The Outlaw (1913)
  • A Tail of Gold (1914)
  • The Caves of Shend (1915)
  • The Cords of Vanity (1920)
  • The New Chum Farmer (1897)

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