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Hinden, John (2005). "Baretta - Just Watch It". Retrieved August 26, 2005 from the World Wide Web. External links Category:American Broadcasting Company original programming Category:Television programs based on books Category:Television series by Sony Pictures Television Category:1970s American crime drama television series Category:1970s American drama television series Category:1970s American legal television series Category:Baretta Category:1975 American television series debuts Category:1979 American television series endings Category:Television shows set in Los Angeles Category:Television series by Stephen J. Cannell ProductionsDear Monument Australia visitors, we are a self-funded, non-profit organisation, dedicated to recording monuments throughout Australia. Over time the costs of maintaining this website have risen substantially (in fact they are probably larger than those of many companies who exist for profit). In the past we have borne all the costs associated with maintaining the website but we are now having difficulties in paying the monthly expenses. If Monument Australia is useful to you, please make a donation to keep this historical and educational resource available. Your help would be greatly appreciated. John (Jack) Uhrvesch (1867-1944), a cattle grazier and pioneer of the Mount Newman area, was born on 11 June 1867 at Strathmore, a small town near Strathalbyn. He was the fourth of six children of William and Ann Uhrvesch. His grandfather was Rufus Uhrvesch, a farmer who married Jemima Thompson, and their sons, William and John, were each married to two sisters, becoming respectively Thomas and Richard Thompson. The family's pattern of marrying siblings' children is sometimes called a "clan marriage" and was quite common among the German immigrant Uhrveschs. In 1864, the family's cattle holdings, a large flock of sheep, and a substantial amount of money, were purchased by Thomas, who brought his family to the Mount Newman district. John Uhrvesch initially worked on the family farm at Strathalbyn, then at Green Tree, and then on the family sheep station, Mount Millar, which was managed by his father, William. At the age of nineteen, John started working for the pastoralist and cattleman Frank Chapman at Green Tree Station, a property managed by Chapman's son, John. John became Chapman's deputy, and




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