George Cheesewright

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George Cheesewright, also known as "Old Cheesy", ran a school from 1950 in a slab-hut with a bark roof at Kingsgrove NSW. Cheesewright was notoriously clumsy and was known for his talent of spilling almost everything. This lead to the local usage 'Don't cheesy everything', when a school child was clumsy.


Ron Hill and Brian Madden, Kingsgrove: the First Two Hundred Years, Canterbury and District Historical Society, Campsie, 2004