Dr Sobhy has had to pass many exams in order to practice medicine in Australia.
She moved to Kalbarri in with her family and daughter. The transfer seems Womem have been due to the growing importance of the town of Geraldtonand the need for public works in the district.
It was decided to close the settlement and the convicts were transferred with the officer in charge to Champion Bay in It was established on 22 May with the arrival Norrthampton the ton brigantine Leander, which transferred 60 ticket-of-leave convicts and Pensioner Guards retired British soldiers that had arrived at Fremantle on the Pyrenees on 1 May. Aynsley Jane Northumberland.
By a store, bakery, depot, lockup, hospital, lime kiln and administration block had all been built but a lack of fresh vegetables had seen the convict population ravaged by scurvy. International Journal of Historical Archaeology. Dr Sobhy arrived in Australia in with her husband who is the pharmacist at Bluff point pharmacy and their 2 sons who are involved in local and state sports.
I have worked at the Geraldton Regional aboriginal medical service for 7 years and continue to at present and recently started working Mondays and Tuesday in Northa,pton Doctor Surgery. He studied medicine at the University of Queensland graduating in Embarked females. Graeme has served the Mid-West with distinction for over 30 years as a General Practitioner.
Retrieved 21 September He is grounded, down to earth and approachable in every way. She values the small community of Kalbarri and caring for patients like they are family.
Source: The Northamppton of Botany Bay, by Portia Robinson This book contains much more information about individual women and a greater amount of information about convict life for women in New South Wales during the period of This list has been compiled in good faith. As a boy he collected match boxes and first edition stamps.
Graeme has three adult children. He began work in general practice in working in Dongara and Geraldton before moving to Kalbarri in He has an interest in all aspects of general practice, family medicine and complex medical problems.
Womdn He migrated to Western Australia in and has worked in Morowa, Three Springs and Dongara mainly in the past twenty years and is currently working in Kalbarri, Northampton and Geraldton. Please treat the information with caution and refer to primary sources for confirmation and further research.
Since her arrival to Australia Dr Sobhy has pursued her passion to become a general practitioner. It was established to supply labour to the Geraldine Lead Mine64 kilometres 40 miles north of the site on the Murchison Riverand to local settlers.