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Bukkulla, New South Wales - History
... Bukkulla was the name of the 130,000-acre (530 km2) property of George Wyndham (1801-1870) and means 'place of leopard tree' or a ‘high black stump’ ... Wyndham was the first official licensee when he held the Macintyre River property in 1839 ... Wyndham started a vineyard there along with a Thoroughbred horse stud which bred some good horses ...
Sir Edward Wyndham, 2nd Baronet
... Sir Edward Wyndham, 2nd Baronet (c ... Wyndham was married to Katherine, the oldest daughter of Sir William Leveson-Gower, 4th Baronet ...
Percy Wyndham (politician)
... The Honourable Percy Scawen Wyndham DL, JP (30 January 1835-13 March 1911), was a British soldier, Conservative politician, collector and intellectual ... of the original members of The Souls and the father of George Wyndham and grandfather of Stephen Tennant ...
Corinthia Group Of Companies - Hotel Management
... management licenses to operate hotels under the Corinthia Brand, the Wyndham Brand, the Wyndham Grand Collection and the Ramada Plaza Brand ... IHI owns 70% of the company, and the remaining 30% was acquired by Wyndham Hotels Group International in late 2006 ...
Wyndham, Western Australia - In Popular Culture
... The Wyndham area was the filming location for the 2010 film Mad Bastards. ...

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