Students at the University of Sydney
The first 24 students
Thomas Bispham Clarke
Thomas Bispham Clarke (c1830 - 1864) was admitted as a student at the new University of Sydney in 1852 in the first cohort of students.
His early life
Thomas Bispham Clarke was the son of Thomas Clarke, gentleman, and was born at St Lucia in the West Indies.
He attended the school at Parramatta conducted by Dr William Woolls.
His student days at the University of Sydney
Thomas was 20 when he was admitted as a student at the new University of Sydney in the first cohort of students, but did not complete his studies.
All that is known is that he died in NSW in 1864.