The Australian National University
Emeritus Faculty Member

J.B.Windeyer BA Sydney, MA Oxford.


History honours graduate of Sydney and Oxford Universities.

Teacher of History and some other subjects in secondary schools in the UK and Australia from 1964 to 2003. In the UK at Wellington College Berkshire, The Kingís School Canterbury, and Clifton College Bristol. And in Australia at Melbourne Grammar School, Cranbrook School Sydney, and Canberra Grammar School. In the last school Deputy Headmaster from 1985.

Now engaged in researching family biography with self published works on Richard Windeyer and his work in NSW 1835-1842; Richard Windeyer and his 1844 lecture on The Rights of Aborigines of Australia; Margaret Windeyer 1866-1939 Founder of the National Council of Women of New South Wales; and W. A. Windeyer 1871-1943 solicitor, pastoralist, alderman and mayor of Hunterís Hill, strong supporter of the war effort 1914-1918, commentator on the politics of Jack Lang, and authority on the rules of golf.