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101
Smeeton, Lucy, Lantham St, Chermside, home duties 
Armitage, Lucy (I3600)
 
102
Smeeton, Lucy, Lantham St, Chermside, home duties 
Smeeton, Harold Francis (I3597)
 
103
Smeeton, Lucy, Murph's Road, Zillmere, home duties 
Armitage, Lucy (I3600)
 
104
Smeeton, Lucy, Murph's Road, Zillmere, home duties 
Smeeton, Harold Francis (I3597)
 
105
The second civil sittings of the Supreme Court will bo opened today, before his Honour the Chief Justice (Sir Pope Cooper). The list of cases is as follows: -John James Walker v. Charles William Walker and Mary Ellen Walker, in which the plaintiff seeks for a declaration that C. W. Walker was lately and M. E. Walker now Is registered proprietor of certain land, and that land is held as to 200 acres upon trust for plaintiff, and as to 51 acres upon trust for the next of kin of the plaintiff's father, who is now deceased.

Transcribed from "The Brisbane Courier" Monday 12th May 1913 
Walker, John James (I1288)
 
106
The second civil sittings of the Supreme Court will bo opened today, before his Honour the Chief Justice (Sir Pope Cooper). The list of cases is as follows: -John James Walker v. Charles William Walker and Mary Ellen Walker, in which the plaintiff seeks for a declaration that C. W. Walker was lately and M. E. Walker now Is registered proprietor of certain land, and that land is held as to 200 acres upon trust for plaintiff, and as to 51 acres upon trust for the next of kin of the plaintiff's father, who is now deceased.

Transcribed from "The Brisbane Courier" Monday 12th May 1913 
Walker, Charles William (I4491)
 
107
The wedding of Mr. George Leonard Macdonald (eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. A, Macdonald, Witta) and Miss Muriel Winifred Mona Cooke (fourth daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. K. Cooke, Maleny) was solemnised by the Rev. H. K. Cornish at the residence of the bride's parents on April 24. The bride, who was given away by her father, wore a frock of cream mylesta over pink, with a pink felt hat swathed with georgette. She carried a bouquet of pink and white cactus dahlias, which was the gift Of Mrs. E. Jolly, Toowong. The matron of honour, Mrs. Allan Cooke (sister-in-law of bride), wore a frock of blue and floral ray de Chine-, trimmed with lace. The duties of groomsman were carried out by Mr. William Cooke (brother of the bride). At the reception at the bride's parents' residence the bride's mother received the- guests wearing navy Marocain with mastic trimmings. On leaving for Brisbane, where their future home will be, the bride wore a frock of beige crepe de Chine, with a hat to tone.

Transcribed from 'The Brisbane Courier' Wednesday 1st May 1929. 
Family F260
 
108
WEDDING. ARNOLD - ANDERSON. The Right. Rev. Monsignor L. F. McLaughlin, DP., P.P. was the officiating clergyman at a wedding which look place at St. Columba's Church. Charters Towers, at 3 p.m. on Saturday, April. The bridegroom, Bernard. Henry Arnold, is the eldest son of Mr. G. H. Arnold, Charters Towers and the late Mrs. Arnold, and the bride Mavis Anderson, only daughter or Mrs. Connors, Charters Towers, and the late Mr. Thorald Anderson. She was given away by her step father. Mr. Connors, and was attired in an ankle length gown of ivory reversible satin, made on classic lines and moulded to the figure, falling In graceful flares to the ankles. The bodice featured the prevailing puff sleeves with tight elbow cuffs, finish ed with tiny bows of satin, which were repeated on the blouse. An embroidered tulle veil, lent by Mrs. Allex. Townsville, was beautified with silver sequins and orange buds and a choice bouquet of white roses and asparagus fern, in sheaf effect was carried. Two maids waited on the bride. Miss Elsie Arnold and Miss Phyllis Arnold (Townsville) respectively, sister and cousin of the bridegroom, both being frocked alike In powder blue organ die gowns with godets of floral, the yoke and puff sleeves, being also of floral and a sash of hand-made roses having a pretty effect. They wore large white picture hats of crinoline straw with relievings of blue flowers, and their bouquets of baby pink and lemon flowers, were tied with blue ribbons. Misses Elva and Jean, Lead better were charming little folk. In their early Victorian frocks of lemon and pink georgette and carried out their duties as train bearers In a cap able manner. Mr. Ernest Arnold at tended his brother as best man, and Mr. Will Florence assisted as grooms man. Miss Ettie Hewitt presided at the organ, and Mr. W. J. Horan rendered an 'Ave Maria' at the signing of the register. Mr. and Mrs. Connors, after the wedding ceremony entertained the guests at a wedding breakfast at their residence In Dan Street Mrs. Connors chose a frock of mauve blue satin beaute, and lace hat to tone, and carried a bouquet of red dahlias and roses, and asparagus fern. A beauUful three tired wedding cake, which stood In the centre of the table was a gift made, and decorated by the bride's mother. Many useful presents were received, including many cheques. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold later left by car for their Future home at Mt. Coolon. The bride was frocked In a chocolate brown ensemble, with green trimmings, and chose a brown hat and bag, which completed the toilette.

Townsville Daily Bulletin (Qld. : 1885 - 1954)
Friday 21 July 1933

 
Family F3418
 
109
Weddings.

Hon. William Aplin - Miss Isabella Campbell.

In the drawing-room at Camona, Kelvin Grove, the residence of Mr. and Mrs. James Campbell, on Wednesday, 3rd instant, was celebrated the marriage of the Hon. William Aplin, M.L.C. (Messrs. Aplin, Brown, and Co.), of Southwick station, Townsvllle, to Miss Isabella Campbell, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Campbell. Dr. M'Swaine performed the ceremony. The drawing-room was beauti fully decorated with flowers, and over the bride and bridegroom a handsome floral wedding bell was suspended, the artistic work of the bride's nieces (the daughters of Mr. J. D. Campbell). Miss Philp, niece of the bride, was the only bridesmaid, but nine little girls, near relatives of the bride, all attired in white, with dainty poke bonnets of chiffon ornamented with lilies of the valley, carried baskets of rose leaves, which they scattered in the path of the bride as she left for her honeymoon. The bride was attired in a simple gown of white silk muslin over white silk ; picture hat of white straw, with white ribbon bows and ostrich tips ; white flowers beneath the brim, resting on the hair. She wore a diamond and pearl brooch and bracelet, the gift of her sister, Mrs. James Forsyth, and carried a lovely shower bouquet of white flowers, the bridegroom's gift. Miss Philp wore a pretty frock of white Liberty silk, with broad sash of amethyst silk ; delicate gold chain with amethyst and pearl orna- ment, presented to her by the bridegroom. Mrs. Campbell, mother of the bride, a rich costume of black silk relieved by heliotrope. The wedding party was restricted to immediate relatives of the bride and bridegroom. The Hon. William and Mrs. Aplin left by the afternoon train for Harlaxton, where they will spend a few days. The bride's travelling dress was of brown summer tweed with skeleton check of blue, made in coat and skirt style, and relieved with a little blue silk ; plain brown straw sailor hat.
The Queenslander (Brisbane, Qld. : 1866 - 1939) Saturday 13 November 1897 
Family F1661
 
110
Woods, Margaret Elizabeth Allen, Bald Knob, landsborough, home duties
Woods, Sarah Edith, Bald Knob, Landsborough, home duties
Woods, William John, Bald Knob, Landsborough, farmer 
Woods, Margaret Elizabeth Allen (I4465)
 
111 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Woods, William John -Q99342 (I4471)
 
112 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Woods, Joseph Albert - Q100312 (I4475)
 
113

1920 United States Federal Census
Name: Harry Bundesen Home in 1920: Rohnerville, Humboldt, California Age: 12 years Estimated Birth Year: abt 1908 Birthplace: Montana Relation to Head of House: Son Father's Name: Lauritz Father's Birth Place: Germany Mother's Name: Minnie G Mother's Birth Place: Missouri Marital Status: Single Race: White Sex: Male Able to read: Yes Able to Write: Yes
(This Record is courtesy of Nancy, Wisconsin, USA)  
Bundesen, Harry Peter (I4458)
 
114

Child of Emma and John young
Name: Ann Learmouth Young
Birth Date: 11 Apr 1882
Birth Place: Adelaide
Registration Place: Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
Father: John Young
Mother: Emma Hall
Page Number: 109
Volume Number: 280
(South Australia Birth Index) 
Hall, Emma (I15353)
 
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Information corrected by Helen Clarke, - family member.

re:- Removal of a previous marriage entry(There was a marriage between a 'Mary Margaret Winning' to a 'Mr Laaurence' 1926, {this is another family})
___________________________________________________________
Correct entry.....

At her residence on Saturday afternoon Miss Farrington arranged a pre-weddlug tea in honour of Miss Mary Winning, whose marriage to Mr. George Smallhorn will take place shortly. The lounge was decorated with bowls of poinsettia, and the afternoon tea tables were beautified with pink gerberas and statics. Miss Farrington. who was assisted in entertaining by her mother, wore a red floral marocain frock, and Miss Winning chose a tailored skirt and a lemon Jumper made with a cowl neckline.

Transcribed from The Courier-Mail (Brisbane, Qld. : 1933-1954) Wednesday 20 May 1936  
Family F2409
 
116

MARTIN-SINCLAIR-On the 12th January, at
Paringa Station, River Murray, at the residence of
the bride's parents, by the Rev. A. Hodge. Frederick
William, youngest son of Phillip Martin, of Unley, to
Isabella Lilian Helen, second daughter of Donald
Sinclair, Paringa.
The Advertiser, Adelaide, SA., Monday, 10 February 1890

Name: Isabella Lilias Helen Sinclair
Father's name: Donald Sinclair
Spouse Name: Frederick William Martin
Spouse's Father's Name: Philip Martin
Marriage Date: 12 Jan 1890
Marriage Place: Res Of Donald Sinclair Paringa Station
Registration Place: Kapunda, South Australia
Page Number: 282
Volume Number: 162
( South Australia Marriage Index)

MARTIN-SINCLAIR-On the 12th January, at Paringa Station, River Murray, at the residence of the bride's parents, by the Rev. A. Hodge. Frederick William, youngest son of Phillip Martin, of Unley, to Isabella Lilian Helen, second daughter of Donald Sinclair, Paringa.
The Advertiser, Adelaide, SA., Monday, 10 February 1890  
Sinclair, Isabella Lilian/Lilias Helen (I15841)
 
117
Inscription for Alma Mary Lawler
Cemetery: Lismore Memorial Gardens NSW
Inscription Id: 9171404
Surname: Lawler
Given Names: Alma Mary
Birth Surname: Nicholls
Birth Date: 1907?
Death Date: 13 Feb 1977
Age: 69
Gender: F
Portion: RC
Row: 8
Spouse Name: Bernard
Father's Name: Michael
Mother's Name: Mary
Remarks: dau/Michael & Mary;
(Photographed and transcribed by: Sandra & Warren Cockbain,
Australian Cemeteries Index) 
Nicholls, Alma Mary (I8780)
 
118
Inscription for Leonard Albury Brown
Cemetery: Bangalow NSW
Inscription Id: 7866565
Surname: Brown
Given Names: Leonard Albury
Birth Date: 1897?
Death Date: 28 May 1975
Age: 78
Gender: M
Military Service no: NX26038
Spouse Name: Elizabeth (O'Brien)
Remarks: NX26038 Pte 2/1 Bn; h/Elizabeth (n?e O'Brien); father
Photographed by: Peter Arthur Transcribed by: Reg & Jean McDonell, Australian Cemeteries Index
 
Brown, Leonard Abury (I8792)
 
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Marriage
Name: Catherine Old
Gender: Female
Marriage Date: 6 Nov 1769
Marriage Place: Wymington, Bedford, England
Spouse: Joseph Parnell
 
Family F3403
 
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Name: Harriet Louisa Linford
Name: Sam William Trolley
Registration Year: 1902
Registration Quarter: Jul-Aug-Sep
Registration district: St Neots
Inferred County: Huntingdonshire
Volume: 3b
Page: 651
(England & Wales, FreeBMD Marriage Index, 1837-1915)
 
Family F3495
 
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Name: Henry Dunkley
Gender: Male
Age: Full Age
Marriage Date: 11 Jan 1842
Marriage Place: Flore, Flore, England
Event Type: Marriage
Spouse: Esther Nightingale
Father: Thomas Dunkley
Parish as it Appears: Floore
Register Type: Parish Registers
(Northamptonshire Record Office; Northampton, England; Register Type: Parish Registers; Reference Numbers: 129P/10, Northamptonshire, England, Church of England Marriages, 1754-1912)

Thomas Dunkley was a labourer and his father Thomas Dunkley also a labourer.
John Nightingale, the father of Esther ( Minor age) was also a labourer. Both Henry and Esther were residing in Floore at the time of their marriage.
 
Family F1018
 
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Name: Thomas Hold
Birth Place: Leicester
Death Date: 6 Nov 1918
Death Place: France and Flanders
Enlistment Place: Leicester
Rank: Private
Regiment: Yorkshire Hussars (Alexandra, Princes of Wales' Own)
Battalion: 2nd Battalion
Regimental Number: 41757
Type of Casualty: Killed in action
Theatre of War: Western European Theatre
Comments: Formerly 185061, R.F.A.
(UK, Soldiers Died in the Great War, 1914-1919)
 
Hold, Thomas (I10097)
 
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Possible Father
Name Matthew Moncref Maxwell
Gender Male
Christening Date 30 Oct 1786
Christening Place , ABBEY (PAISLEY), RENFREW, SCOTLAND
Birth Date 14 Oct 1786
Father's Name William Maxwel
Mother's Name Jean Moncref
"Scotland Births and Baptisms, 1564-1950," database, FamilySearch

Child of Matthew Maxwell and Jane Wylie
Name Jane Moncrieff Maxwell
Gender Female
Christening Date 01 Aug 1841
Christening Place MIDDLE CHURCH,PAISLEY,RENFREW,SCOTLAND
Birth Date 12 Jul 1841
Father's Name Matthew Maxwell
Mother's Name Jane Wylie
"Scotland Births and Baptisms, 1564-1950," database, FamilySearch

 
Maxwell, Matthew (I13026)
 
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Possible Marriage
Name: Hilda Wilson
Date of Registration: Apr-May-Jun 1923
Registration district: Kettering
Inferred County: Northamptonshire
Spouse: Horace S Rose
Volume Number: 3b
Page Number: 407
(England & Wales, Marriage Index, 1916-2005)  
Family F3488
 
125
(Cemetery Search) 
Bradley, Joseph Edwin (I15244)
 
126
13 Feb.1840 TILGANG LIST [Arrival in the Pasish List] for, Kølstrup Parish [Kolstrup Kirkebog 1837-1851: Opslags 31 and 32]

Arrival in Kølstrup Parish from Munkebo Parish : Bjerge Herred; Odense Amt on 13 Febuary 1840
Kølstrup Sogn: Bjerge Herred: Odense Amt]

Niels Larsen, Munkebo, 23 years: Birth 1817, from Munkeboe: 11 Nov 1839 [uncertian what event]: Vaccination Vaccination 28 Jun 1818

Dorthea Antonette Iwanow, 33 years &3 months: Birth 15 Oct. 1807: Hustru [wife], from Munkeboe: Vaccination 11 May 1814, Staboss i Kjøbenhavn

Andreas Frands Gregersen: Age 10 years & 4 months; Birth 13 Oct 1829; Christening 18 Oct. 1829: Vaccination 29 Aug.1830

Johanne Kiestine Gregersen: Age 9 years: Birth 18 Dec 1831: Christening 10 Feb. 1832

Lars Peder Nielsen, age 1 year & 3 months: Birth 18 Nov 1838: Vaccination 3 Aug. 1840

Note: Niels Larsen was Johanne Kirstine Gregersen's stepfather.
 
Gregersen, Johanne Kirstine (I4125)
 
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Bjolderup Kirkebog 1740-1799
Bjolderup Kirkebog 1766: Opslag 65: Marriage no.3.
July 1766, Jep Jorgensen in Mellerup and Ellen Boys Datter in Mellerup
 
Family F1269
 
128
Bjolderup Kirkebog 1798 -1884: Opslag No 495: Birth No 10
Bjolderup Kirkebog 1875, Opslag 495 Fodte number 10.
Fodt 12 April 1875, dobt 25 April, the mothers age 33, Cathrine Kjestine Jensen en aegte datter af?? Christian Andresen Jensen og hustru Meta Kjestine f. Bundesen i Todsbol.
Faddere: Dorthea Bundesen, Apenrade: Betty Backmann, Bjolderup: Christina [Christian? ] Bundesen in Kragelund
 
Jensen, Cathrine Kjestine (I4414)
 
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Bounty Emigrants
Emigration
Name: Dudley McGrath
Birth Year: abt 1814
Age: 27
Arrival Date: 28 Mar 1841
Vessel Name: Margaret
New South Wales, Australia, Assisted Immigrant Passenger Lists, 1828-1896

Dudley McGrath was a Farm Servant
Anne McGrath was a House Servant
They came from Tyrone
New South Wales, Australia, Assisted Immigrant Passenger Lists, 1828-1896

Emigtation
Name: Anne McGrath
Birth Year: abt 1814
Age: 27
Gender: Female
Arrival Date: 28 Mar 1841
Vessel Name: Margaret
Origin Location: County Donegal, Ireland
New South Wales, Australia, Assisted Immigrant Passenger Lists, 1828-1896

Anne McGrath was the daughter of John-McGrath/, Farmer and Anne, deceased


Name: Dudley McGrath
Birth Year: abt 1814
Age: 27
Gender: Male
Arrival Date: 28 Mar 1841
Vessel Name:
Margaret
Origin Location: County Tyrone, Ireland
(New South Wales, Australia, Assisted Immigrant Passenger Lists, 1828-1896)

Dudley McGrath's father was Francis McGrath (dead), Farmer and his mother Grace.
Ann Mcgrath was the daughter of John McGrath and Anne (dead), native place County Donegal. All roman Catholic.
("Australia, New South Wales, Index to Bounty Immigrants, 1828-1842," database with images, FamilySearch)

Second Marriage
Name: Mary Mccormick
Spouse Name: Dudley Macgrath
Marriage Date: 1872
Marriage Place: New South Wales
Registration Place: Shoalhaven, New South Wales
Registration Year: 1872
Registration Number: 3425
(New South Wales Marriage Index 1788-1965)

Dudley married the widow of Meroo a
neighbour of his brother Patrick Macgrath

DUNLEAVY, Mary, farmer, Meroo, Bolong
Grevilles 1872, Post Office Directory

MCGRATH Patrick farmer Meroo Braidwood
MCGRATH Mark farmer Meroo Braidwood
Grevilles 1872, Post Office Directory

McGrath Family of Ardstraw & Termonamongan Parishes Obituaries:
Emigrants to New South Wales, Australia

Grace McGrath
Name: Grace Mcgrath
Death Date: 1872
Death Place: New South Wales
Father's name: Neil
Mother's name: Bridget
Registration Year: 1872
Registration Place: Braidwood, New South Wales
Registration Number: 3407
(New South Wales Death Index 1788-1985)

Emigration
Name: Grace McGrath
Birth Year: abt 1795
Age: 45
Gender: Female
Arrival Date: 11 Feb 1840
Vessel Name: Crescent
Children's Names: Marke, Barney
(New South Wales, Australia, Assisted Immigrant Passenger Lists, 1828-1896)

Grace McGrath
Her second marriage was to Mark McGrath (Ireland)
She was the daughter of Neil McCullen and Bridget, County Tyrone

Emigratiom
Name: Mark McGrath
Birth Year: abt 1800
Age: 40
Gender: Male
Arrival Date: 11 Feb 1840
Vessel Name: Crescent
Children's Names: Marke, Barney
(New South Wales, Australia, Assisted Immigrant Passenger Lists, 1828-1896)

Mark McGrath
Mark McGrath was from County Tyrone. He was the son of Patrick McGrath and Rose Marie or Ross, also of County Tyrone. He was a Labourer and Farmer, aged 40.




 
McGrath, Dudly (I14396)
 
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Bundaberg Cemetery Burial Register
BURIAL DETAILS
Surname: BUNDESEN Given Name(s): Peter Andersen
Year of Birth: 1904 Year of Death: 1993
Gender: Male Funeral Director: n/a
Place of Residence: Bundaberg Place of Birth: Kingaroy Australia
Grave Details: Location: 3BB Grave Number: 26 Ownership: Private War Grave: No
War Grave: No
Other burials located in this grave:
BUNDESEN Isobel Grace
 
Bundesen, Peter Andersen (I3669)
 
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CRAMB-SCHLORT,
A picturesque wedding was solemnised at the Lutheran Church, Bethania, on December 6, when Mr. Samuel F. Cramb (second son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Cramb, Shaw's Pocket) was married to Miss Gertrude M. Schlort (youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Schlort, Waterford). The Rev, R. B. Reuther officiated. The bride, who was given away by her father, wore a frock of Ivory silk georgette, with a deep capelette, which fell gracefully from the shoulders. She wore a silk tulle veil, with a cap composed of orange blossoms, and carried a bouquet of shasta daisies and ferns, tied' with satin streamers. Miss Ida Wendt (cousin of the bride) attended as bridesmaid, wearing a frock of pale pink silk voile, fashioned with a cape lette, and the skirt "was made with two flared flounces. She wore a headdress of pink tulle, and carried a bouquet of snasta daisies and ferns, tied with satin bows. Mr. Reubln Cramb (brother of the bridegroom.» was best man. A reception was held at the residence of the bride's parents. The chief feature of the wedding breakfast was a two-tiered wedding cake, the gift of the bridegroom's mother. On leaving for the honeymoon, which Is being spent at Tamborine Mountain, Mrs. Cramb wore a travelling frock of floral crepe de Chine, with a hat to harmonise. Mr. and Mrs. S. Cramb's future home will be at Waterford.

Transcribed from 'The Brisbane Courier' Monday 15th December 1930 
Family F1485
 
132
DEATH OF MR. JAMES
CAMPBELL.
By the death of Mr James Campbell, founder of the extensive businesses of J. Campbell and Sons, Limited, which took place at 12.30 this morning at Camona, Kelvin Grove, Brisbane has lost one of its oldest and most respected citizens. Mr. Campbell passed away after a long and trying illness, due, it was thought, to a neglected attack of influenza four or five months ago. Since then he had been confined to his bed, his illness slowly, but surely, sapping his strength, and ultimately proving fatal. It was his confident belief that he would recover and indeed, everything that medical skill and loving care could suggest was done to save his life; and at times he had rallied so completely, was so cheerful and so hopeful that it was thought he would live for many years yet. His closing days were cheered by numerous and affectionate inquiries after his health and not the least acceptable and touching of these were those which came from old employees, from men who had grown gray in his service, men who gratefully remembered some timely service and who had come to esteem most deeply his strong personality and his kindly heart. A man who had employed many, who had carried on great enterprises, who had all the keen business qualities of his race, he was always looked upon as one of the best of employers, and the warmest hearted of friends. To follow his long, strenuous, and useful life would be to trace the greater part of the history of Brisbane. Born at Auchterardu, in Perthshire, on 6th March 1830, he lived to complete his 74th year. He came of a good Scotch family, but though of Scotch birth he lived the greater part of his life in Queensland, and identified himself with its industrial and commercial development con- tinuously; and to all intents ind purposes he made the land of his adoption his native land. Originally his family designed him for the church, but he soon found that his true vocation was in secular life. At an early age he apprenticed himself to a plasterer, and worked at his trade for some years. He then decided to emigrate to seek in a new country the opportunities that he was satisfied did not exist in good old Scotland. He first thought of trying America, but a good deal of interest was then being aroused by the Rev. Dr. Lang in Australia, and it was that patriotic and able colonist's influence that resolved him to try his luck in Queensland. W ith Mrs. Campbell he took passage by the ship John Fielding, and arrived in Moreton Bay on the 12th June 1853. Finding little opening for a plasterer, he turned his hand to many trades and occupations, but within a year after his arrival he started in business for himself, and from that start has grown the varied industrial enterprises of the present limited company. This, as is well known, embraces a great saw-mill business; brickmaking, a pottery, cementmaking, and a general import trade in building materials. Mr. Campbell during his active life?for he was a man of great mental and physical alertness?built up a very large business, and if he had been of a less generous disposition, he would have probably been one of the wealthiest citizens of Brisbane. As many who have been associated with him or who have appealed to him in their hour of need know. he was always ready to help, but strongly averse to anything which savoured of display. At the same time he was a shrewd business man, and a firm believer in the great natural resources of his country, which he did a great deal to develop. Irascible and quick-tempered, he was easily provoked, but was just as easily appeased. He was a born fighter, and in his political views an ardent Radical. In earlier years he took a keen interest in politics, and was one of those who induced the late Sir Charles Lilley to enter public life, and who secured his return for Fortitude Valley the first time. Those were stirring days in politics, and feeling at times ran to a height difficult to realise in these placid days; and Mr. Campbell was one of those who worked hardest and fought most strenuously. He was one of the prime movers in the old Liberal Association. For two years he was in alderman in the City Council, and for a time was a member of the Ithaca Shire Council. Mr. Campbell had five sons and three daughters. One boy died in infancy. The eldest surviving son is Mr. J. D. Campbell, the member for Moreton, and manag- ing director of the company founded by his father. His brothers, Mr. J. M. Campbell, Mr. H. E. Campbell, Mr. G. P. Campbell, and Mr. C. W. Campbell, are directors of the company. Mr.Campbell's eldest daughter was Hon. R. Philp's first wife; another daughter is married to Mr. J. Forsyth, M.L.A., and a third is the widow of the late Hon. W. Aplin. Alderman R. M. Campbell, owner of the Brisbane Soap Works, is a brother, and Mr. J. Camp- bell, manager of the company's brick works at Redbank, is another brother. One of Mr. Campbell's sisters is Mrs. John Munro, of Eagle Junction, and arother is Mrs. Thomas Petrie of North Pine. Mr. Campbell retained his vigorous mental grasp almost to the end, and he passed away peacefully in the presence of the members of his family, deeply deplored by all who knew him, and not least by the men who had worked for him "in the early days."

Transcribed from 'The Brisbane Courier' Monday 11th April 1904
 
Campbell, James (I5579)
 
133
Death Registration
62724/1973
DUNSTAN RONALD MERVYN
RICHARD EDWARD and CHARLOTTE MAY
TAREE
(New South Wales Death Index 1788-1985)

DUNSTAN Ronald Mervyn
Death notice 09 JUL 1973
Death, age 64 at Crowdy Head, near Taree, late of Burwood Sydney Morning Herald 11 JUL 1973
(The Ryerdon Index Online)

Marriage Registration
17335/1940
DUNSTAN RONALD MERVYN and GRAY NANCIE STELLA
BALLINA
(New South Wales Marriage Index)

Mr. Ron Dunstan who has been laid up for some time, is now on the mend.
Mullumbimby Star, NSW, Thursday, 28 September 1933

BOY KILLED BY
MOTOR LORRY
Ronald Dunstan, 4, of Wallace Street, Concord, was fatally injured yesterday when he ran from the footpath in Burwood
Road. Burwood, and was struck by a passing motor lorry.
The Sydney Morning Herald, NSW, Friday, 12 May 1950

Death Registration
11734/1950 DUNSTAN RONALD ALAN
RONALD MERVYN and NANCIE STELLA
BURWOOD
(New South Wales Death Index 1788-1985)

Death Registration
101791/1985
DUNSTAN NANCIE STELLA
WILLIAM GEORGE and ANNIE DORA
(New South Wales Death Index 1788-1985)


CARRIED PASSENGERS IN TRUCK
BALLINA, Monday.
On a charge that he carried passengers on a goods lorry without a permit Ronald Mervyn Dunstan, 21, carrier, of
Brunswick Heads, was fined £1, with 8s court costs, or, in default, imprisonment for three days, by Mr. J. McElroy,
P.M., at Ballina Police Court.
Constable G. Vickery stated that on October 29 he saw Dunstan with his lorry on the Bangalow Road, near
Ballina. There were 11 men sitting in the back of the lorry and three in the cabin with Dunstan, who, in reply to a question, said the men were going to the relief job at Brunswick Heads.

Dunstan added, said Constable Vickery, that the men had no other means of getting to the jobs and he was only charging them a shilling for their luggage. Constable Vickery said that a special bus for the men had left half an hour
earlier.
Northern Star, Lismore, NSW, Tuesday, 23 January 1940



 
Dunstan, Ronald Mervyn (I9891)
 
134
Death Registration
9486/1916 DUNSTAN RAYMOND E
RICHARD E and CHARLOTTE M
LISMORE
New South Wales Death Registration 1788-1985)
 
Dunstan, Raymond Eric (I9890)
 
135
Death Registration:
43644/1973 JESSEN IVOR CHRISTIAN F. CHRISTIAN JOHANNSON M. HELEN MARIA death KOGARAH [NSW Death Register]

RYERSON INDEX
JESSEN Ivor Christian (Clue) Death notice 25FEB1973 Death late of Carlton [not far from KOGARAH]
Sydney Morning Herald 26FEB1973
 
Jessen, Ivor Christian (I4650)
 
136
Death Registration: No. 1963/004153 
Hoffman, Johann Samuel (I3778)
 
137
DEATH.
DUNLOP. On the 24th October, at his residence, William
street, Brisbane, Francis Dunlop, aged 56 years.

Transcribed from 'The Brisbane Courier' Wednesday 25th October 1865
 
Dunlop, Francis (I2283)
 
138
Emigrarion
Name: William Midson
Birth Year: abt 1849
Age: 6
Gender: Male
Arrival Date: 27 May 1855
Vessel Name: Constitution
Origin Location: Eslingfield, Cambs
New South Wales, Australia, Assisted Immigrant Passenger Lists, 1828-1896

He came from Steeple, Bumpstead, Essex, England

Steeple Bumpstead is a village and civil parish 3 miles (4.8 km) south of Haverhill in Braintree district, Essex, England.
(Wikipedia) 
Midson, William (I14210)
 
139
Faddere: Hans Petersen Schmidt: Hans Hansen Schmidt: Anna Cathrina -? all of Stenderup 
Jessen, Jes Hinrich (I5296)
 
140 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Sallaway, Reginald Alexander (I5288)
 
141
FUNERAL NOTICE. The Friends of Mrs. SARAH BURTON, deceased (relic of the late William Burton) are respectfully invited to attend her funeral to move from her late residence Staffordshire Villa, Tank-street, City. THIS (Monday) MORNING at 10 o'clock, to the South Brisbane Cemetery.
K. M. SMITH, Undertaker.

FUNERAL NOTICE. The friends of Misses MATTIE and MAY and Messrs. JOHN and PERCY BURTON are respectfully invited to attend the Funeral of their deceased Mother Mrs. Sarah Burton to move from her late residence Staffordshire Villa, Tank-street City, THIS (Monday) MORNING at 10 o'clock, to the South Brisbane Cemetery.
K. M. SMITH, Undertaker.

FUNERAL NOTICE. The Friends of Messrs. C. LANCASTER, J. GUSTAVSON. and J. OAKES are respectfully invited to attend the funeral of their deceased Mother-in-law Mrs. Sarah Burton, to move from her late residence Staffordshire Villa, Tank-street, City, THIS (Monday) MORNING at 10 o'clock to the South Brisbane Cemetery.
K. M. SMITH, Undertaker.

Transcribed from 'The Brisbane Courier' Monday 15th April 1907.
 
Alcock, Sarah Eliza (I2160)
 
142
Gympie Two Mile Cemetery Burial Register

BUNDERSEN, Karn Mary Amalie: Burial Date: 21.07.1917: Section PPB: Number 119
BUNDERSEN, Peter Henry: Burial Date: 16.05.1944: Section PPB: Number 272
BUNDERSEN, Mary Agnes: Burial Date: 06.06.1972: Section: RC PB: 85 A
 
Bundesen, Peter Henrich (I3755)
 
143
HOFFMAN John Archibald "Arch"

Passed away peacefully at Fairways, Bundaberg, on 16th March, 2008.
Loving husband of Jean (dec'd) and Kath (dec'd). Dearly loved Father
and Father-in-law of Stephanie and Brian and Lawrie and Jan. Sadly
missed Grandfather of Wayne, Paul and Donna, Karyn and Scott and Mark.
Great-granddad to Haydn, Bycen, Alana and Brayden. Loved Step-father of
Bevan, Mark and Tamra and Families.
FOREVER
LOVED
 
Hoffman, John Archibald (I4520)
 
144
In Memoriam.
BURTON. In loving memory of William Burton, of Tank-street, who died on the 28th June, 1900. Inserted by his Widow and Children.

Transcribed from 'The Brisbane Courier' Saturday, 28th June 1902
 
Burton, William (I2159)
 
145
JEFFRYES -On December 4 at 244 Grant street, South Melbourne, Reuben the dearly beloved hus- band of Carrie, loved eldest son of Samuel and 8arah of Middlesex England., aged 76 years. -Dearly beloved and deeply mourned . At rest (Private cremation ) (No flowers )

Transcribed from 'The Argus, Thursday, 5th December 1940.

 
Jeffryes, Reuben (I3349)
 
146
LANDSBOROUGH.
Obituary.
The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. Daniels (Bald Knob) will learn with deep regret of the death of her eldest daugther, Winnie (10 years). She was taken to the Maleny Hospital on New Year's Day, suffering from rheumatic fever, and on Sunday last pneumonia set in, and she passed away at midnight. The funeral took place to the Maleny Cemetery on Monday afternoon.

Transcribed from 'The Brisbane Courier' Saturday 12th January 1929
 
Daniels, Winifred Esther (I577)
 
147
Marriage Registration
STEPHENSEN Victor Cyril: Marriage: Spouse: CADD Evelyn Marion: Reg Year 1929. Reg No 5985 [Marriage Index Victoria 1921 -1942]
 
Family F2072
 
148
MARRIAGE.

WRIGHT - PAGE. On the 24th May, at St. John's Pro-Cathedral, by the Rev. J. Sutton, Henry William Morgan, eldest surviving son of Mr. A. T. Wright, of Brisbane, late of Bermondsey, London, to Henrietta Elizabeth Harriet, eldest daughter of Captain H. Page. Q.G.S. Kate.

Transcribed from 'The Brisbane Courier' Saturday 9th June 1877


 
Family F678
 
149
Martha Marie Roseler
Born 14.2.1876
Burial
Name: Martha Marie Jensen
Death Age: 73
Birth Date: 14 Feb 1876
Death Date: 20 Feb 1949
Cemetery: Cooktown Cemetery
Section: 3
Cemetery Location: Cooktown, Queensland
(Australia Cemetery Index)
 
Roseler, Martha Marie (I15740)
 
150
MOOLOOLAH.
Obituary.
Mrs. Rigg, sen., who, with her family, had worked Mr. J. Mannion's dairy farm on the Highlands, near Eudlo, passed away in the Maleny District Hospital on April 9. Deceased, who had resided on the Blackall Bange for the past six years, lost her husband last year. She was 56 years, and leaves five sons and three daughters.

Transcribed from 'The Brisbane Courier' (Qld. : 1864-1933)Monday 15th April 1929
 
Inggs, Emily Louisa (I2543)
 

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