Macquarie, Elizabeth Henrietta (1778-1835)

Also known as
Campbell, Elizabeth Henrietta (1778-1835)
Macquarie, Elizabeth (1778-1835)
Macquarie, Elizabeth Henrietta (1777-1835)
Field of activity
governor's wife; Designer; Artist; Draughtsman; Architect / Interior Architect / Landscape Architect; Painter; Architectural designer; Landscape gardener; Writer; Diarist; Governor's Spouse; Traveller
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Elizabeth Henrietta Macquarie (1778-1835), was the youngest daughter of John Campbell of Airds, Scotland, and a relative of the earl of Breadalbane. Her sister married Maclaine of Lochbuy, a relation of...

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Elizabeth Macquarie, the wife of New South Wales Governor, Lachlan Macquarie, was an active supporter of her husband's plan to transform the penal settlement at Sydney into a thriving settler colony. She is said to have taken a an interest in the welfare of women convicts and the local Aboriginal people. Her significant role in the establishment of the colony is memorialised in many landmarks in and around Sydney, New South Wales, including Mrs Macquarie's Chair, Campbelltown and the various Elizabeth Streets that pepper the map of Sydney. She and another prominent Elizabeth (Macarthur) the wife of prominent colonial pastoralist John Macarthur, helped to introduce haymaking to New South Wales.

Elizabeth Macquarie was a 'gently born' Scots woman, without fortune, who grew up on her brother's estate at Appin, Scotland. She me Colonel Lachlan Macquarie, a widower and a distant cousin, in 1804 at the age of 26. They became engaged in 1805.

They married in Devon on 3 November 1807. The bride was 29, the groom 46. In September 1808 their first child, a daughter named Jane Jarvis after the first Mrs Macquarie, was born, but she died in December. In 1809 Macquarie was appointed governor of New South Wales. His wife accompanied him to the colony, where they landed, in Sydney, on December 31, 1809. Their second child, a boy named Lachlan, was born on 28 March 1814.

Elizabeth was a strong willed and determined woman and a devoted wife. She was an intrepid traveller, and her surviving 1809 journal of the voyage to Australia reveals a lively and inquisitive mind. Though dogged by ill health for much of her later life, she accompanied Lachlan on all of his major journeys throughout New South Wales and Tasmania. Recent histories have also indicated that she took an active role in instigating, designing and supervising many of the public works programs that her husband implemented during his time as Governor. She fully supported his efforts to transform a penal settlement into a thriving settler colony.

After her husband resigned as Governor, amidst criticism and controversy over the administration of the colony under his leadership, the couple returned to Britain, to live at Macquarie's estate, Jarvisfield on Mull, Scotland. Lachlan died in 1824.

After his death, she continued to work tirelessly to promote the memory of his achievement, most graphically by making the claim on Macquarie's tombstone inscription that his character and services to society 'rendered him truly deserving the appellation by which he has been distinguished: THE FATHER OF AUSTRALIA.'

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Colonial first lady: female designer of gardens and architecture whose paintings and sketches influenced major works in the fledgling colony of New South Wales. She advocated for the poor but paid the artists she employed little.

sketcher, landscape gardener, architectural designer, patron, diarist and philanthropist, was born on 13 June 1778, youngest daughter of the five children of John Campbell of Airds, Port Appin, Argyleshire, on the west coast of Scotland. Apart from some time at school in London (where she studied art, music and French), she spent most of her early life at Airds, living with her brother who had inherited this modest estate on their father’s death. Initially attracted to her in 1804 (possibly before they met) by the 'good taste’ evident in the 'very pretty new gravel walk’ she had designed for Airds House, then by her other practical virtues, in March 1805 Elizabeth’s distant cousin, the widowed Lachlan Macquarie, proposed marriage. He was accepted, he noted, with 'notable candour’. They were married in the parish church at Holsworthy, Devon, England, on 3 November 1807. In 1809, after the birth and death the previous year of a daughter named Jane Jarvis after Lachlan’s first wife, they left in the Dromedary for New South Wales where Lachlan had been appointed governor. Elizabeth’s lively diary of the voyage out (Mitchell Library [ML]) records an occasional modest sketch, but none is known to have survived. In New South Wales she played an active role in all aspects of colonial life; Jane Franklin, wife of a later governor of Van Diemen’s Land, dryly noted when visiting Sydney in 1839 that Mrs Macquarie was said to have been governor for thirteen years (her husband officially served only twelve ...

  • 1809 Arrived in Sydney aboard the Dromedary.

Flourished

  • fl. c.1804 - c.1835

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Selected resources (11)

Australian Women's Register

  1. Macquarie, Elizabeth Henrietta
    Published: National Foundation for Australian Women
    Series: IspartOf The Australian Women's Register
  2. Journeys in time: the journals of Lachlan and Elizabeth Macquarie
    Macquarie University and State Library of New South Wales
    [2010]
    Published: Macquarie University
  3. Lachlan and Elizabeth Macquarie: Journals and Memoranda
    [2010]
    Published: New South Wales Government
    Series: IspartOf Lachlan and Elizabeth Macquarie ArchiveMacquarie University, State Library of New South Wales, National Library of Scotland, Historic Houses Trust, National Library of Australia, National Museum of Australia, New South Wales State Records
  4. Elizabeth Henrietta Macquarie of Airds (1778-1835)
    [2010]
    Published: Macquarie University
    Series: IspartOf Lachlan and Elizabeth Macquarie ArchiveMacquarie University, State Library of New South Wales, National Library of Scotland, Historic Houses Trust, National Library of Australia, National Museum of Australia, New South Wales State Records
  5. Macquarie, Elizabeth Henrietta (1778-1835)
    Barnard, Marjorie
    [2006]
    Published: National Centre of Biography, Australian National University
    Series: IspartOf Australian Dictionary of Biography
  6. Elizabeth Macquarie: Her Life and Times
    Cohen, Lysbeth
    [Sydney]
    Published: Wentworth
  7. Governor Macquarie: 1810-2010
    New South Wales Government
    [2010]
    Published: New South Wales Government
  8. Lachlan & Elizabeth Macquarie Archive
    Macquarie University, State Library of New South Wales, National Library of Scotland, Historic Houses Trust, National Library of Australia, National Museum of Australia, New South Wales State Records
    [2009]
  9. Elizabeth Macquarie journal of a voyage from England to Sydney in the ship 'Dromedary', 15 May 1809 - 25 December 1809
    [1809]
    Series: Mitchell and Dixson Libraries Manuscripts Collection, State Library of New South Wales
    Elizabeth Macquarie was born in 1778 in Scotland. She married Colonel Lachlan Macquarie in Devon on 3 November 1807. In 1809 Macquarie was appointed governor of New South Wales, Elizabeth Macquarie accompanied her husband to the colony and kept a vivacious account of the seven month voyage to New South Wales. The journal describes the voyage from England to Sydney on board the Dromedary and describes several ports of call including Madeira, Rio de Janeiro and Cape Town. Elizabeth Macquarie comments on the events on the ship and daily activities whilst in port, such as places visited, church services attended and visits to and from friends. Mrs Macquarie also mentions that the frequent topic of conversation on board the ship was the state of the colony including Captain Bligh and the events surrounding the Rum Rebellion. Mrs Macquarie mentions people on the voyage including Judge Advocate Ellis Bent and his wife, General and Mrs Mead and Captain John Pascoe of the Hindostan Rather than recording her experiences on a daily basis, it appears that Mrs Macquarie wrote up her impressions at specific times on the voyage or during port stopovers in Rio or Cape Town.
    C 126 (Safe 1/303)
  10. [Biographical cuttings on Elizabeth Macquarie, wife of the late Governor Macquarie, containing one or more cuttings from newspapers or journals]
    Series: National Library of Australia
    Bib ID 1973100
  11. Elizabeth Macquarie, ca. 1819 - watercolour on ivory miniature

Resources by Elizabeth Henrietta Macquarie (7)

  1. Elizabeth Macquarie journal of a voyage from England to Sydney in the ship ‘Dromedary’, 15 May 1809 – 25 December 1809
    Macquarie, Elizabeth Henrietta, 1778-1835
    [ Unpublished : 1809 ]
    View online
    At State Library of NSW
    Elizabeth Macquarie journal of a voyage from England to Sydney in the ship ‘Dromedary’, 15 May 1809 – 25 December 1809
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  2. Elizabeth Henrietta Macquarie miscellaneous papers, 1817-1824
    Macquarie, Elizabeth Henrietta, 1778-1835
    [ Unpublished : 1817-1824 ]
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    At State Library of NSW
    Elizabeth Henrietta Macquarie miscellaneous papers, 1817-1824
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  3. Autograph letter signed from Elizabeth Henrietta Macquarie, Mrs. Lachlan, Surry, England to Richard Fitzgerald, 7 December 1825, written after her husband's death and stressing his love of the people of New South Wales and her appreciation of the hon ...
    Macquarie, Elizabeth Henrietta, 1778-1835
    [ Unpublished : 1825 ]
    At State Library of NSW
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  4. Journal
    Macquarie, Elizabeth Henrietta, 1777-1835
    [ Unpublished, Microform : 1809 ]
    At Macquarie University
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  5. Letters
    Macquarie family
    [ Unpublished : 1817-1835 ]
    At National Library
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  6. Mrs. Macquarie-G.W. Evans 1.11.30
    Macquarie, Elizabeth Henrietta, 1777-1835
    [ Unpublished : 1900-1999 ]
    At State Library of NSW
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  7. Mulheres viajantes no Brasil, 1764-1820 : antologia de textos / Jemina Kindersley, Elizabeth Macquarie, Rose Freycinet ; organização e tradução, Jean Marcel Carvalho França
    Kindersley, Jemina, 1741-1809
    [ Book : 2008 ]
    Languages: Portuguese
    Mulheres viajantes no Brasil, 1764-1820 : antologia de textos / Jemina Kindersley, Elizabeth Macquarie, Rose Freycinet ; organização e tradução, Jean Marcel Carvalho França
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  1. Elizabeth Macquarie journal of a voyage from England to Sydney in the ship ‘Dromedary’, 15 May 1809 – 25 December 1809
    Macquarie, Elizabeth Henrietta, 1778-1835
    [ Unpublished : 1809 ]
    View online
    At State Library of NSW
    Elizabeth Macquarie journal of a voyage from England to Sydney in the ship ‘Dromedary’, 15 May 1809 – 25 December 1809
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  2. [Elizabeth Macquarie, ca. 1810 - watercolour on ivory miniature]
    [ Art work : 1810 ]
    View online
    At State Library of NSW
    [Elizabeth Macquarie, ca. 1810 - watercolour on ivory miniature]
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  3. [Elizabeth Macquarie, ca. 1819 - watercolour on ivory miniature]
    [ Art work : 1819 ]
    View online
    At State Library of NSW
    [Elizabeth Macquarie, ca. 1819 - watercolour on ivory miniature]
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  4. [Portraits of Lachlan and Elizabeth Macquarie, ca. 1819] / Richard Read Senior
    Read, Richard, approximately 1765-1827?
    [ Photograph : 1819 ]
    At State Library of NSW
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  5. Louis de Freycinet papers, ca. 1824
    [ Unpublished : 1824 ]
    At State Library of NSW
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  6. Redfern family - correspondence, 1828-1833. Includes copy of William Redfern's matriculation record, 1822
    Redfern family
    [ Photograph : 1833 ]
    At State Library of NSW
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  7. 'Mrs Macquarie's Journal' with bibliography / by Marilyn Jane Sutton, 1971
    Sutton, Marilyn Jane
    [ Photograph : 1971 ]
    At State Library of NSW
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  8. The governor's wife / by Lysbeth Cohen
    Cohen, Lysbeth, 1926-
    [ Book : 1980 ]
    At 6 libraries
    The governor's wife / by Lysbeth Cohen
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  9. Papers relating to E.S. Hall, 1810-1830
    Hall, E. S. (Edward Smith), 1786-1860
    [ Unpublished : 1810-1830 ]
    At State Library of NSW
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  10. Reverend John McGarvie papers, 1825-1847
    McGarvie, John, 1795-1853
    [ Unpublished : 1825-1847 ]
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    Reverend John McGarvie papers, 1825-1847
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  1. Read, Richard (1765-)
    Artist; ; Draughtsman; Printmaker; Painter; Historical painter; 9002; Art teacher; 8022
    ... Macquarie, Elizabeth Henrietta ... Portrait of Governor Macquarie ... including the Governor Macquarie. 1812 1813 Life event - Transported to New South Wales for fourteen ... their daughter Elizabeth Lydia followed in the Kangaroo . His son Richard came free to Sydney in 1819 ...
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  3. Franklin, Jane, (Lady) (1791-1875)
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  1. THE WRECK OF THE ELIZABETH HENRIETTA.
    The Capricornian (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1875 - 1929) Thursday 8 December 1927 p 13 Article Illustrated
    ... THE WRECK OF THE ELIZABETH HENRIETTA (By "Junius.") When the Elizabeth Henrietta had a difference ... take a warning. The Elizabeth Henrietta was only six weeks old when she was packed off to Newcastle for ... 941 words
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  2. ELIZABETH HENRIETTA Unlucky and Unlovely LOST ON NOBBIES
    Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1878 - 1954) Monday 19 September 1932 p 2 Article
    ... ELIZABETH HENRIETTA ' Unlucky and Unlovely LOST ON NOBBIES ' (By "JoBini.") 1 e When the brig ... Elizabeth Henri-etta bad a difference of optaioti i with Nobby's Head, at the entrance to Newcastle, on ... 1038 words
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  3. Henrietta Town—Darlinghurst That Was
    Sydney Mail (NSW : 1912 - 1938) Wednesday 21 August 1929 p 24 Article
    ... of Henrietta ? Town to Mrs. Honrit'tta Elizibetli, M;icquarie, Governor Macquarie's , wife. And ... Henrietta ^own — ^arlin^hurst That Was ?: J By Gerald Dillon DARLINGHl'RST owes its original name ... 1003 words
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  1. PROBATE JURISDICTION. In the goods, chattels, credits, and effects of Anne Henrietta Bowman (wife of Arthur Charles Macquarie Bowman, orchardist), late of South Kurrajong, in the C...
    New South Wales Government Gazette (Sydney, NSW : 1832 - 1900) Friday 20 February 1891 [Issue No.119] p 1469

    Government Gazette Private Notices

    ... , and effects of Anne Henrietta Bowman (wife of Arthur Charles Macquario Bowman, orchard isfc), late of ... granted to the abovenamed Arthur Charles Macquarie Bowman, the husband of the said deceased.—Dated 13th ... 132 words
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  2. IN EQUITY. Between Edward Newton, Esther Hughes, Samuel Terry Hughes, and Ellen Hughes, his wife, Samuel Terry Hughes, George Pattrick, Ann Elizabeth Pattrick, his wife, and Prisci...
    New South Wales Government Gazette (Sydney, NSW : 1832 - 1900) Tuesday 10 October 1854 [Issue No.130] p 2190

    Government Gazette Private Notices

    ... Terry Hughes, and Ellen Hughes, his wife, Samuel Terry Hughes, George Pattrick, Ann Elizabeth Pattrick ... , his wife, and Priscilla Hughes, aod Esther Matilda Hosking Hughes, and Henrietta Hughes, by Esther ... 159 words
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  3. IN EQUITY. Between Edward Newton, Esther Hughes, Samuel Terry Hughes, and Ellen Hughes, his wife, Samuel Terry Hughes, George Pattrick, Ann Elizabeth Pattrick,his wife,and Priscill...
    New South Wales Government Gazette (Sydney, NSW : 1832 - 1900) Tuesday 10 October 1854 [Issue No.130] p 2190

    Government Gazette Private Notices

    ... Terry Hughes, and Ellen Hughes, his wife, Samuel Terry Hughes, George Pattrick, Ann Elizabeth Pattrick ... ,his wife,andPriscilla Hughes, Esther Matilda' Hosking Hughes, and Henrietta Hughes, by Esther Hughes, their ... 143 words
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  1. [Biographical cuttings on Elizabeth Macquarie, wife of the late Governor Macquarie, containing one or more cuttings from newspapers or journals]
    [ Published : 1900-1990 ]
    At National Library
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  2. Macquarie family bibles, 1762-1824
    Macquarie family
    [ Unpublished : 1762-1824 ]
    At State Library of NSW
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  3. Lachlan Macquarie letter to Donald Maclean, 18 March 1821
    Macquarie, Lachlan, 1761-1824
    [ Unpublished : 1821 ]
    At State Library of NSW
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  1. In her own words : the writings of Elizabeth Macquarie / transcribed and edited by Robin Walsh
    Walsh, Robin
    [ Book : 2011 ]
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    In her own words : the writings of Elizabeth Macquarie / transcribed and edited by Robin Walsh
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  2. Elizabeth Macquarie : portrait sitter file
    Macquarie, Elizabeth Henrietta
    [ Book : 1900 ]
    At Nat Portrait Gall
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  3. Journeys in time, 1809-1822 : the journals of Lachlan & Elizabeth Macquarie
    Macquarie, Lachlan, 1761-1824
    [ Book : 1998 ]
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  4. Elizabeth Macquarie, her life and times [Lysbeth Cohen]
    Cohen, Lysbeth
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    [ Article, Audio book : 1986 ]
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  1. Elizabeth Macquarie - a partner in design: [Governor Lachlan Macquarie was fortunate to have not only a loyal, capable and intelligent partner in his second wife Elizabeth Henrietta Campbell, but also someone with a fine appreciation of gardens, land ...
    Read, Stuart
    Heritage NSW
    [ Article : 2010 ]
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  2. Governor Macquarie 1810-2010 / NSW Government
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  3. Elizabeth Macquarie, her life and times [Lysbeth Cohen]
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  4. La Reine malheureuse : Stuart history, sympathetic history and the Stricklands' history of Henrietta Maria
    Spongberg, M; Macquarie University. Department of Modern History, Politics and Internat. Rels
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  1. [City of Sydney subdivision plans] [Parish of St James, County of Cumberland]
    [ Map : 1880-1930 ]
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  1. Remembering Mrs Macquarie : for cello and didjeridu / by Peter Sculthorpe
    Sculthorpe, Peter, 1929-2014
    [ Printed music : 2015 ]
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  2. Remembering Mrs Macquarie : for cello and didjeridu : (2010) / Peter Sculthorpe
    Sculthorpe, Peter, 1929-2014
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  3. The untold story of Mrs Macquarie
    Australian Broadcasting Corporation
    [ Video : 2011-2012 ]
    At Macquarie University
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  4. Lachlan Macquarie : the father of Australia
    History Channel (Television network)
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  1. Lachlan Macquarie - Father of Australia
    Lachlan Macquarie - Father of Australia
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    Lachlan Macquarie is a significant figure in Australian history. Born in Scotland and travelling to America, Jamaica, India and Egypt with the British Army before becoming Governor of New South Wales ...

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  2. Reckless family of Port Macquarie & North Sydney
    Reckless family of Port Macquarie & North Sydney
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  3. Macquarie's vision
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