Smith, Fanny Cochrane (1833-1905)

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Cochrane, Fanny (1833-1905)
Cochrane, Fanny (1834-1905)
Cochrane-Smith, Fanny (1833-1905)
Cochrane-Smith, Fanny (1834-1905)
Smith, Fanny (1833-1905)
Smith, Fanny (1834-1905)
Smith, Fanny Cochrane (1834-1905)
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Linguist; Community Worker; Tasmanian Aboriginal
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Fanny Cochrane Smith (1834-1905), Tasmanian Aborigine, was born in early December 1834 at the Wybalenna Aboriginal establishment, Flinders Island, Tasmania, daughter of Tanganuturra (Sarah), father unknown.After...

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Fanny Cochrane Smith was born in 1834 at Wybalenna settlement on Flinders Island in Bass Strait. From the age of seven she spent her childhood in European homes and institutions, mostly in the household of Robert Clark, catechist at Flinders Island, in conditions of neglect and brutality. When Wybalenna people were moved to Oyster Cove she went into service in Hobart, but returned to Oyster Cove the same year. On her marriage in 1854 to William Smith, sawyer and ex-convict, she received an annuity of £24. In 1857 they moved to Nicholls Rivulet and took up a land grant, and the first of their 11 children was born the following year. They supported the family by growing produce and splitting shingles. After Truganini died, she claimed herself to be 'the last Tasmanian'. Her annuity was raised to £50, and she was granted 120 ha of land. She became a Methodist and an active fundraiser, donating land for a church. Cochrane Smith was proud of her Aboriginal identity, and of her knowledge of food gathering and bush medicine. She became famous for her wax cylinder recordings of Aboriginal songs, now housed in the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery.

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Fanny Cochrane Smith was an Aboriginal Tasmanian, born at Wybalenna in December 1834. She is considered to be the last fluent speaker of a Tasmanian language, and her wax cylinder recordings of songs are the only audio recordings of any of Tasmanias indigenous languages. In 1854, Fanny married William Smith and they had 11 children.

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Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies (AIATSIS)

  1. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Biographical Index (ABI) Entries

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  2. Meanjin
    [Vol. 51, no. 2 (1992), p. 424-425]

    Summary: Fanny was born in 1833 and brought up on Flinders Island. She recorded some Aboriginal spring and corroboree songs for Horace Watson of the Royal Society of Tasmania

    Place: Flinders Island (Tas Bass Strait SK55-02)

  3. The Westlake Papers.
    Plomley, N. J. B.
    [p. 123]
    Published: Launceston, Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery, 1991,

    Summary: Genealogy. Daughter of Sarah Tibb Tare noo tair er. Married 27.10.1854.

    Place: Launceston (NE Tas SK55-04)

  4. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission. Aboriginal people of Tasmania, 1992 : 9
    [1992]

    Summary: Recorded songs, learned when a child on Flinders Island, for the Royal Society of Tasmania.

    Place: Flinders Island (Tas Bass Strait SK55-02)

  5. Victorian Protection Board Report for 1872
    [No. 8, p. 29]

    Summary: Mentioned.

    Place: Flinders Island (Tas Bass Strait SK55-02)

  6. 200 Australian women : a Redress anthology. 1988,
    Radi, H. (ed).
    [p. 29-30]

    Summary: Born at the Wybalenna Aboriginal establishment, Flinders Island. Mother was Tanganuturra. At age seven taken from her family and put into domestic service. Married William Smith in 1854, an ex-convict. They had six sons and five daughters. She was a Methodist.

    Place: Wybalenna (Flinders Island Tas SK55-02)

  7. Article by N.J.B. Plomley "Notes on some of the Tasmanian Aborigines and on portraits of them" inPapers and proceedings of the Royal Society of Tasmania.
    [Vol. 102, pt. II (1968), p. 47-54]

    Summary: Parentage & history; daughter of Tibb (Sarah) of Cape Portland, father unknown - possibly John Smith. Married William Smith 27/10/1854; 11 children named. Name Cochrane traced from Coxswain.

    Place: Flinders Island (Tas Bass Strait SK55-02); Cape Portland (NE Tas SK55-04)

    Language: Ben Lomond people (Tas SK55-04);

  8. Women to remember.
    Veale, Veda.
    [p. 98-103]
    Published: Launceston, Tas. : Smith's Printery, 1981,

    Summary: Daughter of William Smith and Tangnarootoora; reared by teacher Clark, returned to mainland 1847 with mother at Oyster Cove. Married 2/10/1854 at Hobart to William Smith, sawyer, free by servitude. Granted annuity 24 pounds per year 1854; claim last fullblood 1884 got 200 acres land from Parliament (annuity 50 pounds per year at death), 6 sons & 5 daughters (names & birth dates) farmed at Nicholls Rivulet, many descendants. 1903 recorded old songs for Royal Society. Died at Wattle Grove Farm, Port Cygnet. Portrait.

    Place: Flinders Island (Tas Bass Strait SK55-02); Hobart (SE Tas SK55-08); Nicholls Rivulet (SE Tas SK55-08); Huon / Cygnet area (SE Tas SK55-08); Oyster Cove (SE Tas SK55-08)

  9. The Aboriginal People of Tasmania,
    Clark, Julia.
    [1986]
    Published: Hobart, Tas. : Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery, 1986, gp. 38-39,

    Summary: Daughter of Tanganooturra & John Smith. Married in 1854 to William Smith. Family 6 sons & 5 daughters. Recorded singing. Buried in Cygnet.

    Place: Huon / Cygnet area (SE Tas SK55-08)

  10. Papers and proceedings of the Royal Society of Tasmania
    [(1889),p. 60-64]

    Summary: Short life history. Parliamentary pension as last Tasmanian Aboriginal.

    Place: Huon / Cygnet area (SE Tas SK55-08); Flinders Island (Tas Bass Strait SK55-02); Oyster Cove (SE Tas SK55-08)

  11. Australia : image of a nation 1850-1950,
    Moore David & R. Hall.
    [19831950]
    Published: Sydney, NSW : Collins, 1983, gp. 134,

    Summary: Photo of her singing. Claim to be last full blood Tasmanian recognised by Tasmanian Parliament 1884. Cylinders recorded her, 1903 Tas.

    Place: Flinders Island (Tas Bass Strait SK55-02)

  12. Papers and proceedings of the Royal Society of Tasmania
    [Vol. 94 (1960), p. 79-86]

    Summary: Historical note & songs re-recorded.

    Place: Flinders Island (Tas Bass Strait SK55-02); Huon / Cygnet area (SE Tas SK55-08)

  13. Bonwick, J The lost Tasmanian race 1884
    [p. 197]

    Summary: Mentioned

    Place: Tasmania (Tas)

  14. Pride against prejudice : reminiscences of a Tasmanian Aborigine.
    West, Ida.
    [p.77, 91,]
    Published: North Hobart : Montpelier Press, 2004,

    Summary: Fanny Cochrane Smith; lived Nicholls Rivulet; married William Smith 1854 at Independent Church, Hobart; eleven children; died 1905 aged 74; left property to Methodist Church; 1884 granted land in addition to land at Port Cygnet

    Place: Nicholls Rivulet (SE Tas SK55-08); Hobart (SE Tas SK55-08)

  15. Keeping culture : Aboriginal Tasmania / edited by Amanda Jane Reynolds.
    [p. [70-73],]
    Published: Canberra : National Museum of Australia, 2006,

    Summary: Cheryl Mundy; great great grandmother Fanny Cochrane Smith; songs

    Place: Nicholls Rivulet (SE Tas SK55-08); Bruny Island (SE Tas SK55-08)

  16. Keeping culture : Aboriginal Tasmania / edited by Amanda Jane Reynolds.
    [p. 78-79,]
    Published: Canberra : National Museum of Australia, 2006,

    Summary: Rodney Dillon; activist; abalone fisherman; former ATSIC Commissioner; mother Enid Dillon; grandfather Charlie Miller; great grandmother Fanny Cochrane Smith (daughter of Tanganuturra [Truganini]; traditional culture and ways; court cases

    Place: Nicholls Rivulet (SE Tas SK55-08); Bruny Island (SE Tas SK55-08)

  17. Keeping culture : Aboriginal Tasmania / edited by Amanda Jane Reynolds.
    [p. [70],]
    Published: Canberra : National Museum of Australia, 2006,

    Summary: Photograph: Fanny Cochrane Smith with Horace Wilson ca 1900

    Place: Tasmania (Tas)

  18. Unearthed: the Aboriginal Tasmanians of Kangaroo Island,
    Taylor, Rebe.
    [p. 140, 144,]
    Published: Kent Town, S. Aust : Wakefield Press, 2002,

    Summary: Fanny Cochrane Smith; born Wybalenna mission, Flinders Island to Tanganutura and Nicermenic; eleven children by William Smith; lived D'Entrecasteaux Channel

    Place: Kangaroo Island (SE SA SI53-16)

  19. We who are not here : Aboriginal people of the Huon and Channel today
    Friend, Robyn.
    [p. 4, 11]
    Published: [Huonville, Tas.] : Huon Municipal Association, 1991,

    Summary: Fanny Cochrane Smith

    Place: Huon / Cygnet area (SE Tas SK55-08)

  20. We who are not here : Aboriginal people of the Huon and Channel today
    Friend, Robyn.
    [p. 36-39]
    Published: [Huonville, Tas.] : Huon Municipal Association, 1991,

    Summary: Fanny Cochrane Smith including photograph

    Place: Huon / Cygnet area (SE Tas SK55-08); Nicholls Rivulet (SE Tas SK55-08)

  21. We who are not here : Aboriginal people of the Huon and Channel today
    Friend, Robyn.
    [p. 39-41]
    Published: [Huonville, Tas.] : Huon Municipal Association, 1991,

    Summary: Informants husband grandson of Fanny Cochrane Smith; Bill [William] and Fanny had eleven children; first house burned down and Robert Harvey, warden of Cygnet, built new house; Fanny moved to Wattle Grove before she died

    Place: Huon / Cygnet area (SE Tas SK55-08); Nicholls Rivulet (SE Tas SK55-08)

  22. We who are not here : Aboriginal people of the Huon and Channel today
    Friend, Robyn.
    [p. 41-44, 128]
    Published: [Huonville, Tas.] : Huon Municipal Association, 1991,

    Summary: Informants father reared by Grandfather Smith, husband of Fanny; Fanny's mother Tanganutura (worked for Governor of Tasmania); recounts incidents in Fanny's life; Fanny died at Mrs Batge's place

    Place: Huon / Cygnet area (SE Tas SK55-08)

  23. We who are not here : Aboriginal people of the Huon and Channel today
    Friend, Robyn.
    [p. 44-46]
    Published: [Huonville, Tas.] : Huon Municipal Association, 1991,

    Summary: Informants father, son of Grandma Miller; tales of location of Fanny Cochrane Smiths grave, Cygnet?, Wattle Grove; Grandma Miller buried at Grandma Smiths feet; Charlie, son of Fanny, not mentioned in the Archives

    Place: Huon / Cygnet area (SE Tas SK55-08)

  24. We who are not here : Aboriginal people of the Huon and Channel today
    Friend, Robyn.
    [p. 49-52, 129]
    Published: [Huonville, Tas.] : Huon Municipal Association, 1991,

    Summary: Informant: great great grandmother Fanny Cochrane; land grant to present holding; Bill Miller farm; Mary (Fanny Cochranes daughter married Bill Miller); Old Sculthorpe clearing myrtles; Charlie Miller planted orchard; Willy Smith had dugout in bush (fought World War One)

    Place: Huon / Cygnet area (SE Tas SK55-08)

  25. We who are not here : Aboriginal people of the Huon and Channel today
    Friend, Robyn.
    [p. 67-68]
    Published: [Huonville, Tas.] : Huon Municipal Association, 1991,

    Summary: Gladys Smith, married Sculthorpe; mother of Ray; granddaughter to Fanny Cochrane Smith; sister Beth [Gladys b 1895; Elizabeth, "Betty" b. 1897]

    Place: Huon / Cygnet area (SE Tas SK55-08); Nicholls Rivulet (SE Tas SK55-08)

  26. Ronnie : Tasmanian songman,
    Summers, Ronnie.
    [p. 130, 134-136]
    Published: Broome, W.A. : Magabala Books, 2009,

    Summary: Recording of songs and stories at National Library of Australia; performance at National Folk Festival 2005; Ronnie Summers, Dyan Summers, Merinda Sainty, Rocky and Theresa Sainty; performance of Ronnie and Bruce Watson, "two musicians whose forebears (Fanny Cochrane Smith and Horace Watson) worked together a century ago, to record traditional Aboriginal songs on the Edison phonograph" p.136

    Place: Tasmania (Tas); Canberra (ACT SI55-16)

  27. Tunapi three : from family to community,
    [p. 4-5]
    Published: Devonport, Tas. : ALBE Resources Unit (TAS), 1994,

    Summary: Colleen Coy; descendant of Fanny Cochrane (Joseph Smith great grandfather); details of Fanny Cochranes' life and times; Colleen, student Aboriginal Adult Education & Training Programs

    Place: Tasmania (Tas); Nicholls Rivulet (SE Tas SK55-08); Flinders Island (Tas Bass Strait SK55-02)

  28. Tunapi three : from family to community,
    [p. 6,]
    Published: Devonport, Tas. : ALBE Resources Unit (TAS), 1994,

    Summary: Faye Tatnell; grandfathers' grandmother was Fanny Cochrane-Smith; Faye, student Aboriginal Adult Education & Training Programs

    Place: Tasmania (Tas)

  29. The polemics of making fire in Tasmania : the historical evidence revisited. Aboriginal History
    [Volume 32 (2008), pages 12, 13, 16.]

    Summary: Also known as: Fanny Cochrane Smith; daughter: Sarah Miller; sons: Tasman and Frederick Smith; also mentioned: Truganini, Wooraddy, Mannalargenna

    Click link for electronic access to article: http://press.anu.edu.au?p=74381

    Place: Tasmania (Tas)

  30. Van Diemen's Land : an Aboriginal history,
    Johnson, Murray and McFarlane, Ian.
    [pages 283, 299-301, 385]
    Published: Sydney, NSW : NewSouth Publishing, 2015,

    Summary: Fanny Cochrane; born at Wybalenna, Flinders Island, Tasmania, in December 1834; daughter of Tanganuturra who was also known as Sarah or Tibb; her paternity is the subject of debate; her father may have been the sealer, John Smith, or Nicermenic, an Aboriginal man from Circular Head; she lived at Oyster Cove Aboriginal establishment with her half-sister Mary Ann Arthur; left Oyster Cove to marry English ex-convict sawyer William Smith in October 1854 at Hobart; she received an annuity of £24 on her marriage on account of her Aboriginality; she and her husband worked timber-splitting and fencing; they also operated a boarding house at one time; she and her husband had 11 children; in 1889 her annuity was increased to £50 and she was granted 300 acres (121 hectares) of land; she maintained a range of customary activities and passed knowledge to her children; she claimed full Aboriginal descent which the Tasmanian government accepted; she was a pioneer recording artist; between 1899 and 1903 she made the first sound recordings in Australia for Horace Watson of Sandy Bay; she recorded songs in language; she also knew dances; she died in February 1905 at Port Cygnet

    Place: Wybalenna (Flinders Island Tas SK55-02); Oyster Cove (SE Tas SK55-08); Huon / Cygnet area (SE Tas SK55-08)

    Language: Palawa / Tasmanian people (Tas);

Australian Women's Register

  1. Cochrane Smith, Fanny
    Published: National Foundation for Australian Women
    Series: IspartOf The Australian Women's Register
  2. Smith, Fanny Cochrane (1834-1915)
    Clark, J.
    [2006]
    Published: National Centre of Biography, Australian National University
    Series: IspartOf Australian Dictionary of Biography
  3. 20 inspiring black women who have changed Australia
    Booth, Andrea and Briscoe, Luke
    [2017]
    Published: SBS
    Series: IspartOf NITV News
  4. 200 Australian Women: A Redress Anthology
    Radi, Heather
    [Broadway, NSW]
    Published: Women's Redress Press
  5. The Encyclopaedia of Aboriginal Australia : Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander history, society and culture
    Horton, David
    [Canberra]
    Published: Aboriginal Studies Press for AIATSIS
  6. Fanny Cochrane Smith - Port Cygnet [full face]
    [1890?]
  7. Fanny Cochrane Smith (back view with elaborate head dress)
    [1890?]
  8. Fanny Cochrane Smith wearing a belt with wallaby (?) pelts
    [1890?]

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  1. Fanny Cochrane Smith : songs and speech / Fanny Cochrane Smith
    Smith, Fanny Cochrane, 1834-1905
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