James Brown (Australian pastoralist)
James Brown (ca.1819 – 7 February 1890) was a Scottish-born pastoralist of the South East of South Australia and a suspected mass murderer of Aboriginal people. His name is noted for the philanthropy exercised in that name by his widow, Jessie Brown. Two charitable institutions — the Kalyra Consumption Sanitorium at Belair and Estcourt House, near the Grange were founded in his memory, and out of the proceeds of his estate.
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