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Gordon Scurfield was born on 9 June, 1924 in Australia, is an author. Discover Gordon Scurfield’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 72 years old?

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Age 72 years old
Zodiac Sign Gemini
Born 9 June 1924
Birthday 9 June
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Date of death 24 September 1996
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Nationality Australia

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Gordon Scurfield died in Melbourne on 24 September 1996. Even though he continued to write until a few weeks before his death, Gordon left several projects unfinished.


After he took early retirement in 1985, Gordon switched his interest to the historical geography of Victoria, and collaborated with Judith in a number of publications. Together they wrote introductions to A Chapter on Port Phillip, by Robert Hoddle, published by Garravembi Press in 1991, and Plan of the Township of Hamilton Situate on the Grange Burn, published by Bellcourt in 1995. For the Institution of Surveyors of Australia, they wrote The Hoddle years: surveying in Victoria, 1836-1853, published in 1995.


His lifelong interest in maps found expression in private research into the historical geography of northern England. Using written documentary records, he reconstructed maps of the landscape of the seventeenth century, portraying his results in topographic maps that were reminiscent of the early Ordnance Survey sheets. This led him to the Map Room in the State Library of Victoria, which has an outstanding collection of Ordnance Survey maps. The map librarian who helped him was Judith Wells, whom he married in 1982, and who introduced him to the Australian Map Circle.


Scurfield came to Australia in 1956, to a post in the CSIRO Division of Forest Products. Based initially in Canberra, he moved to Melbourne in the 1960s, where he bought a 30-acre (120,000 m) block at Wonga Park. There his family of three daughters (Jill Rosemary Scurfield, Lorna Maryanne Scurfield and Philippa Mary Joy Rowlands nee. Scurfield) grew up, sharing his interest in land use and conservation. His career as a biologist, with expertise in botany and ecology, saw him engaged in a variety of projects in several divisions of CSIRO, and publishing papers in journals serving fields as diverse as chemistry, haematology and mineralogy. His first marriage to Irene Elizabeth Scurfield nee Medley ended in divorce in 1976.


Gordon Scurfield (9 June 1924 – 24 September 1996) was an English biologist and author, active in Australia, with expertise in botany and ecology. He engaged in a variety of projects in several divisions of CSIRO, and published over 50 papers in journals serving fields as diverse as chemistry, haematology and mineralogy.