|Born||Thomas George Cue
Casterton, Victoria, Australia
|Died||4 September 1920
Vancouver, British Columbia
|Known for||Gold discoveries in Western Australia|
His best finding was in 1895 in an area he named Woronga, called by others Cue's Patch (referring to the rich patch of shallow alluvial gold there). As there was already a town named after him the town eventually became known as Agnew.
- Foster, Jim. "Tom Cue 1850-1920". Casterton & District Historical Society Inc. Retrieved 22 January 2017.
- Gold-net - Ghost towns of Western Australia
- Plamer, Alex (2000). Agnew. Hesperian Press. ISBN 0-85905-267-2.
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