Category:Thomas Henry Fitzgerald
Thomas Henry Fitzgerald (1824–1888) was a pioneer in sugar cane farming in the early days of the colony of Queensland, Australia. He was a politician, first in New Zealand, then in Queensland. His descendants went on to become notable names in Queensland politics, business and law. He will be best remembered for founding the town of Innisfail. Over a varied and interesting life, FitzGerald was a surveyor, sugar cane farmer, Superintendent, Colonial Treasurer and pioneer.