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2  Private (I6)
 
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William Palmer
mentioned in the record of William Palmer and Hannah Bateman
Name William Palmer
Spouse's Name Hannah Bateman
Event Date 08 Aug 1833
Event Place Hawley,Hampshire,England 
Family F5172
 
4 Alfred Christiansen
Death Date: 8 Nov 1951
Death Place: Queensland
Father's Name: Jens Thomsen
Mother's name: Christine Jensen
Registration Year: 1951
Registration Place: Queensland
Registration number: 005004
Page Number: 409 
Christiansen, Alfred (I1923)
 
5 Carl Friedrich Harch
Death Date: 3 Sep 1948
Death Place: Queensland
Father's Name: Johann Friedrich Wilhelm
Mother's Name: Auguste Frederike Hidde
Registration Year: 1948
Registration Place: Queensland
Registration number: 002618
Page Number: 924 
Harch, Carl August (I1264)
 
6 David Benjamin Matthews
Death Date: 12 Oct 1883
Death Place: Queensland
Father's Name: Benjamin Matthews
Mother's name: Ann Edwards
Registration Year: 1883
Registration Place: Queensland
Registration number: 001706
Page Number: 9393 
Matthews, David Benjamin (I1936)
 
7 Eliza Thorburn
Birth Date: 23 Oct 1891
Father's Name: John Thorburn
Mother's Name: Mary Thompson
Birth Place: Queensland
Registration Year: 1891
Registration Place: Queensland
Page Number: 26017
Registration number: 009846 
Thorburn, Eliza (I10103)
 
8 Emma Spear
FATHER'S NAME: William Spear
MOTHER'S NAME: Mary Ann Northey
BIRTH PLACE: Magpie, Victoria
REGISTRATION YEAR: 1857
REGISTRATION PLACE: Victoria
REGISTRATION NUMBER: 1937 
Spear, Emma (I11)
 
9 Isabella Thorburn
Birth Date: 25 Sep 1887
Father's Name: John Thorburn
Mother's Name: Mary Alice Thompson
Birth Place: Queensland
Registration Year: 1887
Registration Place: Queensland
Page Number: 14750
Registration number: 007968 
Thorburn, Isabella (I10102)
 
10 Rebecca Stephens
Father's Name: Jonathan Stephens
Mother's Name: Isabella Morris
Birth Place: Victoria, Victoria
Registration Year: 1884
Registration Place: Victoria
Registration number: 8345 
Stephens, Rebecca (I11057)
 
11 Susanna Matthews
Birth Date: 15 Oct 1886
Father's Name: Benjamin Matthews
Mother's name: Ann Edwards
Birth Place: Queensland
Registration Year: 1886
Registration Place: Queensland
Page Number: 9401
Registration number: 005008 
Matthews, Susanna (I1938)
 
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JOHAN ALEXANDRINA MC CASKILL
Female

Birth: 18 NOV 1870 Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland


Father: JOHN MC CASKILL Family
Mother: ALEXANDRINA MC DONALD 
McCaskill, Johan Alexandrina (I1627)
 
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Henry G Waters Head 37 abt 1834, Chemist & Drugist, London Middlesex England
Lydia Waters Wife 40 abt 1831 Female Woodbridge Suffolk England
Charles H Waters Son 8 abt 1863 Male London Middlesex England
Nora Waters Daughter 5 abt 1866 Female Emsworth Hampshire England
Marian Waters Daughter 3 abt 1868 Female Emsworth Hampshire England
Loder Waters Son 11 months abt 1870 Male Emsworth Hampshire England
Mary A Allen Sister-in-law 41 abt 1830 Female Woodbridge Suffolk England
Harriett Budden Servant 17 abt 1854 Female Horndean Hampshire England 
Waters, Nora (I2121)
 
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Henry G Waters Head 37 abt 1834, Chemist & Drugist, London Middlesex England
Lydia Waters Wife 40 abt 1831 Female Woodbridge Suffolk England
Charles H Waters Son 8 abt 1863 Male London Middlesex England
Nora Waters Daughter 5 abt 1866 Female Emsworth Hampshire England
Marian Waters Daughter 3 abt 1868 Female Emsworth Hampshire England
Loder Waters Son 11 months abt 1870 Male Emsworth Hampshire England
Mary A Allen Sister-in-law 41 abt 1830 Female Woodbridge Suffolk England
Harriett Budden Servant 17 abt 1854 Female Horndean Hampshire England 
Waters, Charles H (I2120)
 
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Henry G Waters Head 37 abt 1834, Chemist & drugist, London Middlesex England
Lydia Waters Wife 40 abt 1831 Female Woodbridge Suffolk England
Charles H Waters Son 8 abt 1863 Male London Middlesex England
Nora Waters Daughter 5 abt 1866 Female Emsworth Hampshire England
Marian Waters Daughter 3 abt 1868 Female Emsworth Hampshire England
Loder Waters Son 11 months abt 1870 Male Emsworth Hampshire England
Mary A Allen Sister-in-law 41 abt 1830 Female Woodbridge Suffolk England
Harriett Budden Servant 17 abt 1854 Female Horndean Hampshire England 
Waters, Henry Griffith (I2117)
 
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Henry G Waters Head 37 abt 1834, Chemist & Drugist, London Middlesex England
Lydia Waters Wife 40 abt 1831 Female Woodbridge Suffolk England
Charles H Waters Son 8 abt 1863 Male London Middlesex England
Nora Waters Daughter 5 abt 1866 Female Emsworth Hampshire England
Marian Waters Daughter 3 abt 1868 Female Emsworth Hampshire England
Loder Waters Son 11 months abt 1870 Male Emsworth Hampshire England
Mary A Allen Sister-in-law 41 abt 1830 Female Woodbridge Suffolk England
Harriett Budden Servant 17 abt 1854 Female Horndean Hampshire England 
Allen, Lydia (I2118)
 
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(Grendelbruch.1625 Décès.1793-1862) 
Kuntzmann, Marie Françoise (I12192)
 
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A Conondale legend in her own time.

Sadly, Conondale recently lost a stalwart and local legend, Mary Fleiter. Mary left us after a short illness. She was well known in the Conondale and Maleny area and her passing is a great loss to our community.

Mary was born in Maleny and grew up on the family farm in Conondale. She was in a class of just four children at school and Lloyd was one of them. They married in 1961.

At the time there was no high school in Maleny so Mary boarded at the Girls Grammar School in Brisbane. She would often speak of the awful beetroot sandwiches they used to have for lunch. After Grammar School she went to Teachers College at Kelvin Grove and spent many years teaching at various schools in South East Queensland before retiring to have a family.

She had a passion for the pioneer woman of the Conondale district. I believe that today we celebrate the life of one modern pioneer woman whose life has touched many. From the school children she taught at Kenilworth and Conondale to the quilters in Gympie at Camp Tranquility at Caloundra where she and Joyce organised the first South East Queensland Quilt Show to the Stitches and Craft show in Brisbane where she helped her friend Frances for many years.

We believe we live busy lives. Not Mary, she thrived on being busy and she would make you tired just watching her.

Photo right: Mary Fleiter with her daughter Lois


She would be up with the sparrows and off to milk the cows with Lloyd, then home for breakfast and get her four kids off to school. Pack a lunch for Lloyd and some afternoon smoko, come after school time it would be back to the milking shed for the evening milk then home to get tea and the kids to bed or catch up on their homework.


Mary had a passion for the history of places. So much so she has written two books about Conondale and the area. The first in 1987 was a history of the town written for the 75th anniversary of the Conondale School and the second launched recently about the pioneer women of the Conndale district called ?They all had a Heart of Gold?.

Mrs Fleiter was a concerned citizen as well. She would hound our politicians concerning roads, traffic, the swimming pool and the hall. Her concern extended to helping the elderly, the lonely and the needy. Mary assisted the Red Shield appeal for the Salvation Army and was instrumental in giving help to families and children in times of need.

She had the gift of the gab. She could talk on most subjects and enhanced her ability to speak publicly by joining the Toastmasters. This she enjoyed and would encourage all and sundry to join. It was through this organization that Mary led a Youth Leadership course in public speaking for the senior class at Conondale School.

For the last fifteen years she has been a speaking ambassador for the Queensland Cancer Council where she would tour the district giving talks on how best to prevent and fight skin cancer.

When Lloyd gave up his presidency of the Conondale Hall Committee after 48years, Mary attended regularly to keep an eye on the progress of the hall. She was a frequent member of the Conondale Forum and many times she could be seen holding the floor on a particular subject concerning the local community.


Mary with husband, Lloyd to her left at a presentation from
the Conondale Hall Committee in 2005

Mary has left a legacy of four great children, Rex, Judy, John and Lois and three grandchildren, Kellie, Mitchell and Ben. She has enjoyed them all. One of her greatest achievements was to instil in her kids to ?aim high and have a go? no matter how hard it might first seem to be.

We will sadly miss her. Not just those of us here today, but everyone who came in contact with her no matter how brief.

Quilters have a saying ? ?she who has the biggest stash wins?. Well, I believe Mary has won hands down. Her fabric roomies stacked floor to ceiling and the shelves are bulging with the weight of all the fabric.

Her quilting prowess was such she was invited to judge quilts in Mt. Isa and New Zealand along with the Maleny Show for many years. In 1992 Mary travelled to California to enter in the Road to California Quilters conference, returning with a first prize for her efforts.

The pioneer quilts she organised recently for the Conondale Quilters to make put the quilters on the map. So much so busloads of quilters would arrive each quilt show from Toowoomba, Gympie, Maryborough and Brisbane.

Mary?s other passion was Christmas time, decorating the family home. Many of you will easily bring to mind the stunning decorations Mary would make, buy and hang in the house. Children from around the district would often come to witness the spectacle and beauty of Mrs Fleiter?s Christmas house.

She would often say you must have a plan for everything to go smoothly. Well I think she would have her plan all sorted out.

Farewell Mary. Today you enter a new phase in your journey. I reckon she is looking down from up there saying, ?Get a move on you lot, there are quilts to be made and things to be done?. Farewell ? my wife ? mum- my grandma and my friend! 
Grundon, Mary Jeanette (I4327)
 
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Census Record for Jørgen Pedersen and Petrine Jensdatter/Jonasdatter, Uncle and Aunt of Hans Peter Egidius. Laurine Jørgensdatter was their fosterdaughter.

Census year: FT-1845: County: Holbæk:: District: Skippinge: Parish: Særslev: Place name:Snertinge By Title no/adress: Et huus: household-/ family: 21: Source entry no: C2628: Record no: 480
Name: Age: Marital status: Occupation in household: Occupation: Birth place:
Jørgen Pedersen, 46, Gift, Lever af Hønse??handel, Følenslev , H.Amt1776 in Ullerup Parish, Nybol Dictrict, Sonderborg County
Thrine Jensdatter, 43, Gift, Hans kone, Tikjøb
Laurine Jørgensdatter, 13, - Deres Pleiebarn, Khvn
Hans Peter 17 -, Tjenestefolk, Her i Sognet, [Hans Peter Egidius, nephew of Jorgen Pedersen]
Karen Pedersdatter, 30, - Tjenestefolk, Her i Sognet

1850 Census Record for Jorgen Pedersen, Petrine Jensdatter and their family
County:Holbæk: District: Skippinge: Parish:Særslev: Place name: Snertinge By , , 1 hus, 144, FT-1850
Jørgen Pedersen 51 Gift Hønsekræmmer, husfader Her i Sognet [kraemmer = shopkeeper]
Petrine Jonasdatter 49 Gift Hans Hustru Helsingør
Laurine [Laurine Jørgensdatter] 19 Ugift Deres datter København
Sophie Frederikke [Sophie Frederikke Christiansdatter] 5 Ugift Plejebarn Lindholt
Niels Christensen 26 Ugift Tjenestefolk Føllenslev, Holbæk Amt
Maren Jensdatter 21 Ugift Tjenestefolk Hjembæk, Holbæk Amt

Note: Jorgen Pedersen was the uncle of Hans Peder Egidius. Jorgen Pedersen and Petrine Jonasdatter's fosterdaughters [Plejebarn =fosterchild] were Laurine Jørgensdatter and Sophie Frederikke Christiansdatter.

Hans Peter Egedius must have named his daughter Sophie Frederikke after Sophie Frederikke Christiansdatter and his daughter Hansine Petrine Laurine Egedius after Laurine Jørgensdatter, and Petrine Jonasdatter his aunt.

On 24 Mar 1845, Hans Peter Egidius was fourth sponser for the baptism of Jens Peter Jensen.

Særslev Kirkebog 1845, Fødte Mandkøn nr. 1
Born January 1st Jens Peter Jensen.
Baptized March 24th in the Church
Parents: Fruentimmeret [unwed woman]Jensine Jensdatter i Snærtinge.
Som Barnefader udlagt[eledged father] Ungkarl[Bachelor] Jens Hansen i
Storeklinte ved Indsidder Christen Hansen i Snærtinge.
Witnesses: Barnets Moder [the childs mother] Jensine Jensdatter; Indsidderske [tennant] Karen Christensdatter i Snærtinge; Tienestekarl [Outdoor Servant]Jens Peter Madsen ibid. [same place]; Hans Peter Egidius ibid.; og Indsidder [tennant] Christen Hansen.
All of Snærtinge.
Remarks: Illegitimate.
 
Egidius/Egedius/Ægidius, Hans Peter (I4124)
 
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Fatality at the Jetty.

("Townsville Star.")

A distressing accident occurred at the jetty this morning, as the result of which a wharf lumber named Niels Frederick Anderson, met his death.
The accident happened during the working of cargo from the Wyandra, which arrived from south this morn ing, and Anderson, with two others, Wnm. Selkirk and Daniel Monahan, was employed receiving on the lighter Myrtle, which was alongside. A start was made on the Wyandra's cargo at 6 o'clock, and continued without interruption until 7.10. At this particular moment a sling of cement, consisting of 17 bags. was being transhipped into the Myrtle, and when the crane moved it over the hold, the rope of the sling broke, dropping the 14cwt. load into the hold, a distance of twenty-eight feet.
The unfortunate man Anderson was unfortunately in a stooping position, removing a box from the previous sling load, and apparently did not no tice the incoming sling. He received the full weight of the cement and was killed instantly.
It would seem that the affair happened so suddenly that neither deceased's mate nor the hatchman could sound a warning in time. The crane was in charge of W. Carter.
The Ambulance was sent for and the police notified, and on arrival Sergeant Martin examined the body and found life to be extinct. Blood could be seen on the deceased's face, and a lacerated wound on the left hand was noticeable. The Ambulance men removed the body from the hold to the A.U.S.N. shed, whence it was removed to the morgue. All the lumbers ceased work, and formed into line, following the procession to the morgue.
An examination by Dr. Humphry disclosed that death, was due to a fractured skull, the brain protruding. The face bones were fractured, and all the ribs on the left side were broken.
The faitality cast a gloom over the jetty, and out cf respect the Water side Workers ceased work until 6 p.m.

Deceased was a married man, 59 years of age, a resident of Railway Estate, and leaves a wife and a large family to mourn their loss. .
A magisterial inquiry is to be held. The funeral takes place at 3 p.m. tomorrow.

The Northern Miner (Charters Towers, Qld. : 1874 - 1954)
Thursday 14 August 1913

 
Anderson, Niels Frederick (I10973)
 
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HANSLOW.- April 26, at Dundee, private hospital. Dulwich Hill, to Mr. and Mrs. Bronson Hanslowa daughter (Alice Victoria).
The Sydney Morning Herald, NSW, Saturday 3 May 1930 
Hanslow, Bronson Berringer Chippendale Bulfin (I13703)
 
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Lester Arthur Roth
9 Nov 1919, St Louis, St. Louis County, Missouri, USA
9 Sep 1990, St Louis, St. Louis County, Missouri, USA 
Krueger, June Geraldine (I13268)
 
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MR. HARRY SMITH.
"Harry Smith!"
Harry Smith selected 154 acres, and there are now nine families on this land. "I suppose you know that this town was first called 'Razorback,' as it is built on a narrow neck of ground. There was another Razorback in Queensland, however, and as confusion often resulted it was necessary that the name should be changed. That was in 1899. "Mr. R. Remington was the first settler," said Mr. Smith, in reply to a question. "Mr. H. Muirhead, and Mr. W. H. Harvey, who is now dead, but was formerly chaairman of the Maroochy Shire, were among the first comers. There was also Mr. George Butt, whose father is the grand old man of Maroochydore. George Butt still lives close to me in Montville," Mr Smith has nine children living. His place has a prosperous look, and life seems to have repaid him for his grit in venturing out into the wilds. His home which is substantial, well built, andv picturesque,lies within a few hundred yards of the Post Office.

Transcribed from 'The Brisbane Courier' Tuesday, 7th December 1926 
Smith, Henry (Harry) (I483)
 
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THORNTON-BRENNOCK - The engagement has been announced of Noela Mary, only Daughter of Mrs. H. Robson, Goomeri, to Thomas William, only Son of Mr. and Mrs. F. Thornton, Goomeri.
The Courier-Mail, Brisbane, Queensland, Thursday, 28 February 1946
 
Brennock, Irene Elizabeth (I14651)
 
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Vamdrup Kirkebog 1873-1882
marriages
Opslag 177 
Schiøtt/Skjøtt, Katrine Dorthea (I13152)
 
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CATHARINE MC CASKILL
Female

Event(s):
Birth: 31 MAY 1856 Ardersier, Inverness, Scotland


Parents:
Father: JOHN MC CASKILL
Mother: ALEXINA MC DONALD 
McCaskill, Catherine (I1619)
 
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GEORGE SHEWAN
Male

Birth: 02 OCT 1859 Old Deer, Aberdeen, Scotland

Parents:
Mother: CHRISTIAN SHEWAN 
Pratt, George (I1692)
 
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ROBERT MC CASKILL

Birth: 04 AUG 1868 Edinburgh Parish, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland

Father: JOHN MC CASKILL Family
Mother: ALEXINA MC DONALD 
McCaskill, Robert (I1626)
 
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David Weedon Head 20 abt 1831 Male Straw Plaiter, Aston, Buckinghamshire, England
Sarah Brigginshaw 19 abt 1832 Female Aston, Buckinghamshire, England
Cornelius Weedon Brigginshaw Son 1 abt 1850 Male Aston, Buckinghamshire, England 
Brigginshaw, Cornelius Weedon (I4373)
 
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David Weedon Head 20 abt 1831 Male Straw Plaiter, Aston, Buckinghamshire, England
Sarah Brigginshaw 19 abt 1832 Female Aston, Buckinghamshire, England
Cornelius Weedon Brigginshaw Son 1 abt 1850 Male Aston, Buckinghamshire, England 
Weedon, David (I4410)
 
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David Weedon Head 20 abt 1831 Male Straw Plaiter, Aston, Buckinghamshire, England
Sarah Brigginshaw 19 abt 1832 Female Aston, Buckinghamshire, England
Cornelius Weedon Brigginshaw Son 1 abt 1850 Male Aston, Buckinghamshire, England 
Brigginshaw, Sarah (I4411)
 
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Joseph Redwood Head Married 26 abt 1855 Male General Labourer, Torquay Devon England
Caroline Redwood Wife Married 23 abt 1858 Female Totnes Devon England
Ernest Redwood Son 4 abt 1877 Male Torquay Devon England
Joseph Redwood Son 3 abt 1878 Male Scholar Torquay Devon England
Sydney Redwood Son 11Mth 1week 1880 Male Torquay Devon England
George Willis Relative 13 abt 1868 Male Totnes Devon England 
Redwood, Ernest (I3090)
 
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Joseph Redwood Head Married 26 abt 1855 Male General Labourer, Torquay Devon England
Caroline Redwood Wife Married 23 abt 1858 Female Totnes Devon England
Ernest Redwood Son 4 abt 1877 Male Torquay Devon England
Joseph Redwood Son 3 abt 1878 Male Scholar Torquay Devon England
Sydney Redwood Son 11Mth 1week 1880 Male Torquay Devon England
George Willis Relative 13 abt 1868 Male Totnes Devon England 
Redwood, Joseph Henry A (I3089)
 
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Joseph Redwood Head Married 26 abt 1855 Male General Labourer, Torquay Devon England
Caroline Redwood Wife Married 23 abt 1858 Female Totnes Devon England
Ernest Redwood Son 4 abt 1877 Male Torquay Devon England
Joseph Redwood Son 3 abt 1878 Male Scholar Torquay Devon England
Sydney Redwood Son 11Mth 1week 1880 Male Torquay Devon England
George Willis Relative 13 abt 1868 Male Totnes Devon England 
Willis, Caroline Monteith (I3088)
 
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Joseph Redwood Head Married 26 abt 1855 Male General Labourer, Torquay Devon England
Caroline Redwood Wife Married 23 abt 1858 Female Totnes Devon England
Ernest Redwood Son 4 abt 1877 Male Torquay Devon England
Joseph Redwood Son 3 abt 1878 Male Scholar Torquay Devon England
Sydney Redwood Son 11Mth 1week 1880 Male Torquay Devon England
George Willis Relative 13 abt 1868 Male Totnes Devon England 
Redwood, Joseph Arthur Henry (I3087)
 
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Joseph Redwood Head Married 26 abt 1855 Male General Labourer, Torquay Devon England
Caroline Redwood Wife Married 23 abt 1858 Female Totnes Devon England
Ernest Redwood Son 4 abt 1877 Male Torquay Devon England
Joseph Redwood Son 3 abt 1878 Male Scholar Torquay Devon England
Sydney Redwood Son 11Mth 1week 1880 Male Torquay Devon England
George Willis Relative 13 abt 1868 Male Totnes Devon England 
Redwood, Sydney Monteith (I2939)
 
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(Victoria Birth Register) 
Peters, Hector Clyde (I9245)
 
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(Victoria Marriage Index) 
Family F3808
 
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Name: Jonah Matthews
Death Date: 23 Mar 1938
Death Place: Queensland
Father's Name: Benjamin
Mother's name: Ann Edwards
Registration Year: 1938
Registration Place: Queensland
Registration number: 001870
Page Number: 1194 
Matthews, Jonah (I1927)
 
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NAME: Hy Jno Tyler Reynolds
BIRTH YEAR: abt 1861
AGE: 53
DEATH PLACE: Ballarat, Victoria
FATHER'S NAME: Reynolds Jno
MOTHER'S NAME: Emma Lindsay Tyler
REGISTRATION YEAR: 1914
REGISTRATION PLACE: Victoria
REGISTRATION NUMBER: 12361 
Reynolds, Henry John Tyler - Miner (I9)
 
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NAME: Emma Philp
BIRTH YEAR: abt 1856
AGE: 76
DEATH PLACE: Northcote, Victoria
FATHER'S NAME: Wm Spear
MOTHER'S NAME: Mary Northey
REGISTRATION YEAR: 1932
REGISTRATION PLACE: Victoria
REGISTRATION NUMBER: 2697m 
Spear, Emma (I11)
 
42 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Stephens, John (I11039)
 
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ELIZABETH MAC CASKILL
Female

Birth: 11 FEB 1859 Dingwall, Ross And Cromarty, Scotland


Father: JOHN MAC CASKILL Family
Mother: ALEXANDERINA MACDONALD 
McCaskill, Elizabeth (I1625)
 
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MURDOCH MAC CASKILL

Birth: 08 OCT 1860 Dingwall, Ross And Cromarty, Scotland
:
Father: JOHN MAC CASKILL Family
Mother: ALEXANDERINA MACDONALD 
McCaskill, Murdoch (I1624)
 
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WILLIAMINA MAC CASKILL
Female

Birth: 18 JUL 1862 Dingwall, Ross And Cromarty, Scotland


Father: JOHN MAC CASKILL Family
Mother: ALEXANDERINA MACDONALD 
McCaskill, Williamina (I1623)
 
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1806 Muster
Name: Sarah Mills
Vessel: Lady Julian
Province: New South Wales
Title: General muster
Year(s): 1806
(New South Wales and Tasmania, Australia Convict Musters, 1806-1849)

1806 Muster
Mills, Sarah, ship, Lady Julian, lives with self.
(New South Wales and Tasmania, Australia Convict Musters, 1806-1849) 
Mills, Sarah (I13596)
 
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1851 Census

Civil Parish: Garvald
County: East Lothian
Address: Carpae


George Howden 37 Farm Labourer, Tranent, Haddington
Janet Howden 39 Gladsmuir, Haddington
Elizabeth Howden 17 Gladsmuir, Haddington
George Howden 15 Ormiston, Haddington
Agnes Howden 11 Saltoun
Margaret Howden 9 Saltoun 
Howden, Agnes (I11770)
 
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1851 Census

Civil Parish: Garvald
County: East Lothian
Address: Carpae


George Howden 37 Farm Labourer, Tranent, Haddington
Janet Howden 39 Gladsmuir, Haddington
Elizabeth Howden 17 Gladsmuir, Haddington
George Howden 15 Ormiston, Haddington
Agnes Howden 11 Saltoun
Margaret Howden 9 Saltoun 
Howden, George (I11783)
 
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1851 Census

Civil Parish: Garvald
County: East Lothian
Address: Carpae


George Howden 37 Farm Labourer, Tranent, Haddington
Janet Howden 39 Gladsmuir, Haddington
Elizabeth Howden 17 Gladsmuir, Haddington
George Howden 15 Ormiston, Haddington
Agnes Howden 11 Saltoun
Margaret Howden 9 Saltoun 
Patersen, Janet (I11784)
 
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1851 Census
Church Street,
Cromarty, Ross and Cromarty,

Murde McCaskill 70, Chelsea Pensioner, born Assynt, Sutherland.
Catheine McCaskell .Dossouah, Sutherland
John McCaskill 26 Chelsea Pensioner, Tain, Ross
Isabella McCaskill 17 Longside, Aberdeen 
McCaskill, John (I1613)
 

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