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Mr. Frederick Warne.
Mr. Frederick Warne, one of the pioneers of the Maleny district, died on September 21, aged 77 years. The late Mr. Warne was born at Aylsham, England, and came to Queensland 47 years ago. On arrival he followed the occupation of timber-getting, and later selected land at Teutoberg, now known as Witta, and took up dairying. Deceased represented his district on the local shire council for many years, and was also interested in most of the public bodies of Witta and Maleny. The late Mr. Warne is survived by his widow, a son, Mr. H, F. Warne, and a daughter, Mrs. E, A, Cox, all residing at Witta.

transcribed from 'The Brisbane Courier' Wednesday 28th September, 1932 
Warne, Frederick (I1145)
 
152
Mr. J. C. Dixon. The death of Mr. Joseph Chapman Dixon (aged 88 years) occurred at Flaxton on October 29. He arrived in Mooloolah many years ago with the intention of entering upon sugar growing, but the country first inspected being flooded he selected land on the higher ground, where the town of Buderim is now situated. In conjunction with the late Mr. John Fielding he started the sugar mill at Buderim, and after the partnership was dissolved he continued conducting the mill. Later he selected land at Flaxton. being the first settler in that part of the Blackall Range, and while clearing preparations were in progress opened a boot and shoe business in Gympie. Subsequently he removed to Flaxton, where he had resided for many years. The late Mr. D. C. Dlxon, boot manufacturer, of Brisbane, was a brother. When the death of Mr. J. C. Dlxon was mentioned at a special meeting of the Maroochy Council mention was made of his services to the shire when he represented the Flaxton division of the council, and a vote of condolence was passed with the relatives. He is survived by three daughters and two sons?Mrs. R. M. Burnett and Mrs. Ruddle (Maleny). Mrs. H. N. Suthers (Glen Innes), and Mr. J. C. Dlxon and Mr. Percy Dixon (Flaxton).

Transcribed from 'The Queenslander' Thursday, 7th Nov 1929 
Dixon, Joseph Chapman (I2711)
 
153
Mr. John Cokley Sen.
After a long illness, Mr. John Cokley, sen., died at the Maleny Soldiers' Memorial Hospital on January 4, at the age of 79 years. He was a native of Dublin (Ireland), and came to Australia in the steamer Cloncurry in 1886. For 11 years he resided at Redland Bay, and he selected land in Maleny 36 years ago. He was well known as a breeder of pure bred Jersey cattle. The body was taken to Brisbane for Interment at the South Brisbane Cemetery. He Is survived by his widow and nine children, Messrs. Patrick, Thomas, and Daniel (Maleny), John (Nambour), Mesdames W. Ignatius (Brisbane), Clarke (Nambour), J. Boyl (Conondale), Misses Kathleen and Eileen Cokley (Brisbane).

Transcribed from The Courier-Mail (Brisbane, Qld. : 1933-1954) Thursday 11th January 1934
 
Cokley, John (I21)
 
154
Mr. Walter Rough, fifth son of Mrs. S. A. Rough, North Maleny, was quietly mar ried to Miss Beatrice Reardon; second daughter of Mr. Patrick Reardon, and granddaughter of Mrs. M'Carthy, of Wootha, on Saturday, June 11. The ceremony was solemnised in the Roman Catholic Church, Caboolture, ' by Rev. Father Hayes. The honeymoon" is being spent in Brisbane and Redcliffe.

Transcribed from 'The Brisbane Courier' Monday 20th June 1927 
Family F1496
 
155
Mrs. E. B. Philpot.
The death of Mrs. Evelyne Blanch Philpot, wife of Mr. P. A. Philpot, of Lillian-road, Taringa, took place at her home on Friday. The deceased was bom in Plymouth, England, 52 years ago, and arrived in Brisbane with her parents (the late Mr. and Mrs. William Venn) in 1884. She was married in 1917. After living In Ipswich with her family she took up residence in Taringa, where she had resided for the last 12 years. Deceased is survived ,by her husband, two sons (Messrs. P. W. Philpot, of Ballandean, and T. A. Philpot, of Taringa), and one daughter' (Mrs. M. Woof, of Chelmer). The funeral took place to the Toowong Cemetery. The Rev. J. H. Latlmer officiated at the graveside.

Transcribed from 'The Courier-Mail' (Brisbane, Qld. : 1933-1954) Monday, 30th October 1933
 
Venn, Evelyne Blanche (I5227)
 
156
MUNRO - The friends of Mrs. E. MUNRO Sen., deceased are respectfully invited to attend her funeral, to move from the residence of her grandson Mr. Jasper Dalgleish, jun., Burke st , Woolloongabba, THIS (Wednesday) AFTERNOON at 4 o'clock for the South Brisbane Cemetery.
ALEX. GOW Undertaker, &c., Petrie Bight.

MUNRO, - The Friends of Messrs. and Mesdames R. MUNRO and Family, W. MUNRO and Family. F. TANNER and Family, Mr J. MUNRO, and Mr. JASPER DALGLEISH, Sen., and Family, are respectfully invited to attend the Funeral of their deceased Mother and Grandmother, Mrs. E. Munro, sen., to move from the residence of her grandson. Mr. Jasper Dalgleish Jun., Burke-st Woolloongabba, THIS (Wcdnesday) AFTERNOON, at 4 o'clock, for the South Brisbane Cemetery.
ALEX. GOW, Undertaker, &c., Petrie Bight.

MUNRO, - The Friends of Mr. and Mrs. G. HENDERSON are respectfully invited to attend the Funeral of their deceased Friend, Mrs. E. Munro, sen., to move from the risidence of her grandson, Mr. Jasper Dalgleish, jun., Burke-street, Woolloongabba, THIS (Wednesday) AFTERNOON, at 4 o'clock, for the South Brisbane Cemetery.
ALEX. GOW, Undertaker, &c., Petrie Bight.

Transcribed from The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864-1933) Wednesday 25th July 1917
 
Smith or Brooks, Elizabeth Smith - (I5595)
 
157
Name Alfred Case
Event Type Immigration
Event Date May 1910
Event Place Quebec City, Quebec, Canada
Gender Male
Age 34
Birth Year (Estimated) 1876
Birthplace England
Ship Name Corsican
Ship Name Corsican
("Canada Passenger Lists, 1881-1922," database with images, FamilySearch)

Name Gwend Case
Event Type Immigration
Event Date May 1910
Event Place Quebec City, Quebec, Canada
Gender Female
Age 1
Birth Year (Estimated) 1909
Birthplace England
Ship Name Corsican
("Canada Passenger Lists, 1881-1922," database with images, FamilySearch)

Alfred Case was a Brick Layer  
Case, Louisa (I10272)
 
158
Name: Chas Ballhausen
Death Place: Sebastopol, Victoria
Age: 85
Father's name: Chas Ballhausen
Registration Year: 1927
Registration Place: Victoria
Registration Number: 3411
(Victoria Death Register) 
Ballhausen, Charles (I8170)
 
159
Name: Ellen Murray
Ship: Margaret
Ship Departure Year: 1839
Remarks: Convict Mother of William, John, Denis
(New South Wales, Australia, Wives & Children of Irish Convicts, 1825-1840)

Name: William Murray
Ship: Margaret
Ship Departure Year: 1839
Remarks: Age 3 years 6 months mother Ellen Murray on board
(New South Wales, Australia, Wives & Children of Irish Convicts, 1825-1840)

Name: John Murray
Ship: Margaret
Ship Departure Year: 1839
Remarks: Age 2 years 4 months mother Ellen Murray Cork on board
(New South Wales, Australia, Wives & Children of Irish Convicts, 1825-1840)

Name: Denis Murray
Ship: Margaret
Ship Departure Year: 1839
Remarks: Age 1 month, mother Ellen Murray, Cork on board
(New South Wales, Australia, Wives & Children of Irish Convicts, 1825-1840)

The Margaret departed Kingstown, Ireland on 1st September 1838 and came via the Cape touching there 14th November and arriving in Port Jackson on 5 January 1839.

One hundred and sixty-six female prisoners and 44 children, as well as 57 free women and children, wives and daughters of convicts were embarked on the Margaret.

Name: Ellen Murray
Age: 29
Date of Conviction: 17 Nov 1837
Place of Conviction: Cork
Estimated birth year: abt 1808
Vessel: Margaret
Port of Arrival: New South Wales
Date of Arrival: 5 Jan 1839
New South Wales, Australia, Convict Indents, 1788-1842

Name: Ellen Murray
Arrival Date: 1839
Vessel: Margaret
Province: New South Wales
Title: Pardons
Year(s): 1842-1845
Place of Conviction: Cork City(New South Wales and Tasmania, Australia, Convict Pardons and Tickets of Leave, 1834-1859) 
Murray, Denis Joseph (I891)
 
160
Name: Arthur Rowland Trolley
Registration Year: 1903
Registration Quarter: Jan-Feb-Mar
Registration district: St Neots
Inferred County: Huntingdonshire
Volume: 3b
Page: 283
(England & Wales, FreeBMD Birth Index, 1837-1915)


Name Arthur Roland Trolley
Event Type Marriage
Event Date 15 Oct 1924
Event Place Cobourg, Northumberland, Ontario, Canada
Gender Male
Age 21
Birth Year (Estimated) 1903
Father's Name Samuel Trolley
Mother's Name Harriet L Linford
Spouse's Name Mabel Gladys Minifie
Spouse's Gender Female
Spouse's Age 19
Spouse's Birth Year (Estimated) 1905
Spouse's Father's Name Steven Minifie
Spouse's Mother's Name Anna Mary Davidson
("Ontario Marriages, 1869-1927," database with images, FamilySearch)  
Trolley, Arthur Roland (I10276)
 
161
Name: Diengott August Roseler
Death Date: 12 May 1903
Death Place: Queensland
Father's name: Friedrich Wilhelm Roseler
Mother's name: Regina Elizabeth Fisher
Registration Year: 1903
Registration Place: Queensland
Registration Number: 000956
Page Number: 22539
(Queensland Seath Index 1829-1985) 
Roseler, Dienegott August (I15743)
 
162
Name: Elizabeth Howell
Birth Date: 1857
Birth Place: New South Wales
Registration Year: 1857
Registration Place: Queanbeyan, New South Wales, Australia
Father: Richard Howell
Mother: Elizabeth
Registration Number: 10578
(New South Wales Birth Index 1788-1915
 
Howell, Elizabeth (I13917)
 
163
Name: James Robertson Lumsden
Residence Place: Gladesville
Death Date: 18 May 1954
Civil Place: New South Wales, Australia
Occupation: Hospital Attendant
(New South Wales, Australia, Index to Deceased Estate Files, 1859-1958)
 
Lumsden, James Robertson (I13852)
 
164
Name: Kate Hold
Gender: Female
Age: 22
Birth Date: abt 1884
Departure Date: 20 Jun 1906
Port of Departure: Liverpool, England
Destination Port: New York, USA
Ship Name: Baltic
(UK, Outward Passenger Lists, 1890-1960)
 
Hold, Kate (I10094)
 
165
Name: Lucretia Davies
Date of Trial: Summer 1831
Trial Year: 1831
Location of Trial: Glamorgan, Wales
Sentence: Death
Crime: See Image
( England & Wales, Criminal Registers, 1791-1892 )

Name: Lucretia Davies
Age: 24
Date of Conviction: 9 Jul 1831
Place of Conviction: Glamorgan
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1807
Vessel: Pyramus
Port of Arrival: Sydney
Date of Arrival: 1832
(New South Wales, Australia, Convict Indents, 1788-1842 )

 
Davies, Lucretia (I3237)
 
166
Name: Stanley Henry Layram
Gender: Male
Birth Date: abt 1889
Age: 26
Document Year: 1915
Residence Place: Higham Servers, Northampton
Regimental Number: 66331
Regiment Name: As corps(Remonats)
Form Title: Short Service Attestation
Number of Images: 10
(British Army WWI Pension Records 1914-1920)

The occupation of Stanley was Groom

Name: Louisa Layram
Gender: Female
Document Year: 1915
Residence Place: Higham Ferrers Northampton
Relationship to Soldier: Mother
Form Title: Descriptive Report on Enlistment
Number of Images: 10
(British Army WWI Pension Records 1914-1920)

Name: Stanley Nenry Layram
Birth Date: 1890
Date of Registration: Dec 1973
Age at Death: 83
Registration district: Wellingborough
Inferred County: Northamptonshire
Volume: 3b
Page: 1961
(England & Wales, Death Index, 1916-2007)

Name: Stanley Layram
Gender: Male
Age: 33
Birth Date: abt 1890
Departure Date: 6 Oct 1923
Port of Departure: Liverpool, England
Destination Port: Quebec, Canada
Ship Name: Canada
Shipping line: White Star Dominion Line
Official Number: 106806
Master: Robt Smith
(UK, Outward Passenger Lists, 1890-1960)

Stanley Layram, 24 High Street, Higham Ferrers, labourer, age 33.
(UK, Outward Passenger Lists, 1890-1960)

 
Louisa (I10180)
 
167
Name: Vera Irene Trolley
Registration Year: 1904
Registration Quarter: Apr-May-Jun
Registration district: St Neots
Registration district: Inferred County: Huntingdonshire
Volume: 3b
Page: 279
(England & Wales, FreeBMD Birth Index, 1837-1915)


Marriage
Name Stanley Francis Johns
Event Type Marriage
Event Date 28 Jan 1925
Event Place Cobourg, Northumberland, Ontario, Canada
Gender Male
Age 20
Birth Year (Estimated) 1905
Father's Name Aulbrey Johns
Mother's Name Elizabeth N Hynes
Spouse's Name Vera Trolley
Spouse's Gender Female
Spouse's Age 20
Spouse's Birth Year (Estimated) 1905
Spouse's Father's Name Sam William Trolley
Spouse's Mother's Name Harriet Louisa Linford
("Ontario Marriages, 1869-1927," database with images, FamilySearch ) 
Trolley, Vera Irene (I10275)
 
168
Personal Details
Last Name Nolan
Other Names
Alice Margaret
Gender Female
Age 0
Birthplace MARYBOROUGH
Date of Birth
Date of Death 1894
Date of Burial 02/07/1894
Cemetery
Maryborough Cemetery
Address cnr Walker Street & Bruce Highway
Burial Type
Division F
Section Monumental F
Plot/Niche 652
Other burials located in this grave
Nolan, William John

Personal Details
Details
Last Name Nolan
Other Names William John
Gender Male (Fraser Coast Regional Council Cemetery Search)
Age 1
Birthplace MARYBOROUGH
Date of Birth
Date of Death 1899
Date of Burial
15/03/1899
Cemetery Details
Details
Cemetery Maryborough Cemetery
Address cnr Walker Street & Bruce Highway
Burial Type
Division F
Section Monumental F
Plot/Niche 652
Other burials located in this grave
Nolan, Alice Margaret
(Fraser Coast Regional Council Cemetery Search)

 
Nolan, Alice Margaret (I5421)
 
169
Possibly
4206/1903 O'BRIEN ELIZABETH E DANIEL T ELLEN LISMORE  
O'Brien, Elizabeth (I8793)
 
170
Possibly a first marriage
2852/1923
ANGLE
RAYMOND
DECLABOUT
GLADYS I
WAVERLEY
(New South Wales Marriage Index 1788-1965)


 
Angle, Gladys Irene (I15550)
 
171
Record information
Event Death
Event registration number 4008
Registration year 1920
Personal information
Family name LINFORD
Given names James William
Father's name Linford Arth James
Mother's name Margt Elizth (Reed)
Place of death Aford
(Victoria Death Index)
 
Linford, James William (I10295)
 
172
Record information
Event Death
Event registration number 6193
Registration year 1928
Personal information
Family name LINFORD
Given names Grace Elizth
Father's name Unknown
Mother's name Unknown (Unknown)
Place of death Kew
Age 28
(Victoria Death Index)
 
Linford, Grace Elizabeth (I10289)
 
173
Son of Bagersvend [masterbaker] Jes Peter Bundesen and Anne Cathrine nee [født] Kramer in Stentoft  
Bundesen, Asmus Jurgen (I4536)
 
174
Ted (Edward) was a widower with a son of seven years when he married Ettie (Henrietta). His first wife was Ruby Ladlow. Ruby had two children with ted, Howard and Irene, Ruby passed away very young, as did her daughter who died only a few years after ruby.

Ted and Ettie went to Mulgildie in 1925, and selected a block of land where they grew cotton and corn, before starting a dairy. In the early 1940s, they bought another farm at Kapaldo in the same district. They sold the Mulgildie farm soon after, and settled on the new one.

Ted served on the Monto Shire Council for 10 years. He was a foundation member of the Q.D.O. and the school transport committee, and he also worked on the school committee.

Ettie helped form a Q.C.W.A. Branch in Mulgildie. She was a member of the Monto Ambulance Centre Committee, and a member of the Church of England Guild.

Timber from their property was donated to help build a combined church at Kapaldo. Ettie was President of the new combined Guild for 16 years.

In later years they changed from dairying to beef cattle, and in 1972, Ted aged 81 years retired to Hervey Bay with his wife.

On Saturday, 30th of June 1973, Ted and Ettie went to Biggenden, where together with family and friends, they celebrated their Golden Wedding Anniversary. Also present was their Best Man, Thomas Keyworth, and the Brides Maid, Winnie Giles, Ettie's sister. The Mont Shire President also attended, and in his speech he praised the work done by Ted and Ettie for the Monto Shire.

They lived in Stephenson Street, Scarness until Ettie's death in 1975. Ted lost most of his sight soon after and spent most of his time with his sons Noel and Harold.

While he was able to, he spent time with each of his children.

During the last months of his life, Ted was in a home outside of Rockhampton.

He passed away there on the 16th of July 1983, aged 91 years and 9 months. He was laid to rest in the Mulgildie Cemetery beside his wife, son and brother.
 
Keyworth, Edward (I10648)
 
175
United States of America Passport for Christian Nissan Kolbeck and Catharine Dorthea Kolbeck: { Courtesy of Nancy Parker]
Discription on passport application Age: 32, Stature 5feet, 8 inches forehead, High & broad, eyes dark blue, nose straight, mouth: bearded, chin Broad,
Hair, blond, complexion, healthy, face, oval.

August 19, 1891 United State of America.
State of California
City and County of San Fracisco,
I, Christian Nissen Kolbeck a Naturalized and Loyal Citizen of the United States, do hereby apply to the Department of State at Washington for a passport for myself and wife, and my minor child, as follows: Catharine Dorothea Kolbeck, born at Towsbul, Schleswig on the 4th day of February 1871, and Hans Jensen Kolbeck, born at San Francisco, California on the 1st day of February 1891.
In support of the above application, I do solemnly swear that I was born at Perbull. Schleswig, in Germany, on or about the 27th day of October, 1858; That I emigrated to the United States, sailing on board the Cunard Steamer, from Liverpool, on or about the 10th day of April, 1878; that I resided 13 years, uninterruptedly, in the United States from 1878 to 1891, at Montana and California; that I was naturalized as a citizen of the United States before the District Court of Second Judicial District of Territory of Montana, at Deer Lodge, on the 9th day of December, 1884, as shown by the accompanying Certificate of naturalization; that I am the Identical Person described in said Certificate; that I am domiciled in the United States, my permanent residence being at San Francisco, in the State of California where I follow the occupation of laborer; that I am about to go abroad temporarily; and that I intend to return to the United States within two years, with the purpose of residing and performing the duties of citizenship therein,
OATH OF ALLEGIANCE
Further, I do solemnly swear that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic; that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the smae; and that I take this obligation freely, without any mental reservation or purpose of evasion: So Help Me God.
Sworn to before me this 13th day
of August, 1891. Christian Nissen Kolbeck
henri Wigger, Notary Public
DESCRIPTION OF APPLICANT
Age: 32 years Mouth: bearded
Stature: 5 feet, 8 inches, Eng. Chin: broad
Forehead: high and broad Hair: blond
Eyes: dark blue Complexion: healthy
Nose: straight Face: Oval
IDENTIFICATION
San Francisco, California August 13th, 1891
I hereby certify that I know the above-named Christian Nissen Kolbeck personally, and know him to be the identical person referred to in the within-described Certificate of Nturalization, and that the facts stated in this affidavit are true to the best of my knowledge and belief. F.L. von Rhein
addres of witmess 524 California
Applicant desires passport sent to following address: Henri Wiggen
415 Montgomery Street,
San Francisco, Calif.
[This Record is Courtesy of Nancy, Wisconsin, USA]
 
Kolbeck, Christian Nissen (I4482)
 
176
Year Reg# First name(s) Last name Father Mother
1956 C411 August Kunst Jes Frederick Anna Christina Petersen 
Kunst, August (I14242)
 
177
Name: Henry Phillips
Gender: Male
Christening Date: 08 Jul 1805
Christening Place: TABERNACLE PENN STREET-CALVINISTIC METHODIST,BRISTOL,GLOUCESTER,ENGLAND
Birth Date: 16 Sep 1804
Father's Name: James Rouquet Phillips
Mother's Name: Sarah
(England Births and Christenings, 1538-1975," database, FamilySearch)


1876
Phillips, Henry, Enmore rd
(Sands Directories 1858 to 1932)

Phillips, Henry, Enmore rd., Newtown

1858-1859, 1863
Phillips, Henry, dairyman, Enmore Rd., Newtown
( Sands Directories: Sydney and New South Wales, Australia, 1858-1933)

1864
Phillips, Henry, Ashley, Enmore
( Sands Directories: Sydney and New South Wales, Australia, 1858-1933)

1866

Phillips, Henry, Enmore Road, Newtown
( Sands Directories: Sydney and New South Wales, Australia, 1858-1933)

1873
Phillips, Henry, London St., Elmore
( Sands Directories: Sydney and New South Wales, Australia, 1858-1933)


Possible Emigration
Name: Mr Henry Phillips
Port of Departure: London
Port of Arrival: Port Jackson, New South Wales
Voyage Arrival Date: 27 Feb 1835
Vessel Name: Warrior
Origin Location: England
New South Wales, Australia, Unassisted Immigrant Passenger Lists, 1826-1922  
Phillips, Henry (I14477)
 
178

Casualty Details
Name: REES, REGINALD JOHN
Initials: R J
Nationality: Australian
Rank: Corporal
Regiment/Service: Australian Infantry, A.I.F.
Unit Text: 9th Bn.
Age: 27
Date of Death: 20/08/1916
Service No: 4275
Additional information: Son of Edgar John and Mary Ann Rees, of 143, Earlshall Rd., Eltham, London, England. Native of Royston, Herts, England.
Casualty Type: Commonwealth War Dead
Grave/Memorial Reference: I. P. 1.
Cemetery: BECOURT MILITARY CEMETERY, BECORDEL-BECOURT  
Rees, Reginald John (I2838)
 
179
CHILD DROWNED AT MALENY.
MALENY, January 10.
Olive Walker (aged 8 years), the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Walker, was bathing in the township swimming pool at Obi Creek, Maleny, on Wednesday evening, when she slipped off the log on which she was sitting, and fell into deep water. Hardly a minute elapsed before her brother missed her, and dived in, recovering the body immediately. Resuscitation efforts were made by her brother, D. Winning, a medical man, and others, but were unavailing. The funeral took place at the Witta cemetery to-day, a short service being held at the graveside by Pastor F. Veffer. 
Walker, Olive Rosetta (I4436)
 
180
In the pre 1855 Berwickshire MI's.
Modern Church Yard at Gavinton.
No.15. Isabel Bell wife of Alexander Hastie d. at Choicelee 18.11.48 60 yrs. dau. Isabel 30.3.35 8 yrs. Alexander Hastie d. at Scotston 27.6.57 65 yrs. 
Hastie, Isabel (I658)
 
181
In the pre 1855 Berwickshire MI's.
Modern Church Yard at Gavinton.
No.15. Isabel Bell wife of Alexander Hastie d. at Choicelee 18.11.48 60 yrs. dau. Isabel 30.3.35 8 yrs. Alexander Hastie d. at Scotston 27.6.57 65 yrs. 
Bell, Isabel (I646)
 
182
In the pre 1855 Berwickshire MI's.
Modern Church Yard at Gavinton.
No.15. Isabel Bell wife of Alexander Hastie d. at Choicelee 18.11.48 60 yrs. dau. Isabel 30.3.35 8 yrs. Alexander Hastie d. at Scotston 27.6.57 65 yrs. 
Hastie, Alexander (I645)
 
183
Walker Charles William 16 / 05 / 1923 Unknown
Walker Mary Ellen 13 / 08 / 1925 60 years


Cemetery Details
Cemetery: Toowong Cemetery
Street Address: Cnr Frederick St and Mt Coot-tha Rd, Toowong
UBD Ref: Map 158 N13
Portion Section Grave Number
20 53 18/19 
Walker, Charles William (I4491)
 
184
DEATHS.
DUNLOP. On the 1st August, at her late residence Blackall Range, Jane, widow of the late Francis Dunlop, aged 57 years.

Transcribed from 'The Brisbane Courier' Friday, 27th August 1886
 
McFadzean, Jane - First White Woman to reside in Maleny (I2284)
 
185
James Ross
Birth: 08 DEC 1816 At, Huntly, Aberdeen, Scotland
Parents:
Father: James Ross Family
Mother: Mary Eddison Ross 
Ross, James (I1082)
 
186 FUNERAL NOTICE
The relatives and friends of the late WILLIAM HENRY TAYLOR are respectfully invited to attend his funeral to move from his late residence, Lower Mountain Road, Nikenbah, after service at three o'clock, (THIS FRIDAY) AFTERNOON, for the Nikenbah Cemetery. Mr Buffey, Funeral Director. 
Taylor, William Henry of Nikenbah (I2234)
 
187 MR W. H. TAYLOR

There passed away at Maryborough, late yesterday afternoon, an old identity of, Lower Mountain Road, near Nikenbah, in the person of Mr William Henry Taylor, in his 65th year. The late Mr Taylor was born at Maryborough and for many years was employed as a carter by the late Mr John Miller. For the last 40 years he was a cane farmer. He was a keen follower of cricket. The deceased is survived by his wife four sons, Messrs William, John, Claude Taylor, (Mountain Road) and Cecil James Taylor, Military service and five daughters. Mesdames D. T. Walker, (Childers), G. E. Current (Takura), W. S. Melksham (Maryborough) and Misses Doreen and Violet Taylor (at home). He is also survived by one sister, Mrs J. H. Willoughby (Maryborough), two brothers. Messrs. John James and Henry Norman Taylor
(Maryborough) and two grandchildren. The funeral will move from his late residentS, Lower Mountain road, after a service commencing at three o'clock this afternoon for the Nikenbah Cemetery. 
Taylor, William Henry of Nikenbah (I2234)
 
188 TAYLOR Bertha -
At Hillcrest Private Hospital, Brisbane, on January 26 1960, Bertha relict of the late William Henry Taylor, of Dundowran, via Nikenbah, and beloved mother of William, John and Claude (Dundowran), Cecil (Ipswich), Eileen (Mrs K. Swanborough, Childers), Lillian (Mrs G. Currant, Granville), Gladys (Mrs W. Melksham), and Doreen, (Mrs C. Butcher) of Maryborough. and Violet (Mrs C Pohlmann, Pialba), and sister of Mrs H. Barbeler, (Kingaroy). There are twelve grandchildren and three great grandchildren. Aged 79years.
"Forever with the Lord" 
Pedersen, Bertha Boline Frederika (I2232)
 
189 FUNERAL NOTICE.
The relatives and friends of the late Bertha Taylor, relict of the late William Henry Taylor, of Dundowran, via Nikenbah, are respectfully invited to attend the funeral to move from the Methodist Church, Pialba, today (THURSDAY), after service commencing at 11 a.m., for interment in the Nikenbah Cemetery.
LESLIE, G, ROSS,
Funeral Director, A.F.D.A.
Adelaide St. 
Pedersen, Bertha Boline Frederika (I2232)
 
190 In Memoriam.
EHLERTH
ln loving memory of our dear father, who departed this life on 12th May 1916. Father is gone but not forgotten, Nor is the advice he gave; Sweetest thoughts shall ever linger Round our darling father's grave. Long days aad nights he bore in pain. To wait for cure was all in vain. But God alone who thought it best Did ease his pain and gave him rest. Inserted by his loving daughters and little grand-children.

Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser (Qld. : 1903 - 1922) Friday 11 May 1917

 
Ehlerth, Carl Christoph Johann (I608)
 
191 Alderman John Blackey, Maryborough, was advised on Saturday that his son Charley, who had been engaged in munition making in the old country for the last two years, had died from pneumonia following on an attack of Spanish influenza. The deceased leaves a wife and three children, who reside in Brisbane. Alderman Blackley was also notified on Saturday that another son, Corp. Andrew Blackley, who has been on active , service for three years, has been admitted to hospital suffering from wounds.

Transcribed from 'The Queenslander'
Saturday 23rd November 1818  
Blackley, Charles John (I6339)
 
192 16279/1915
SELLICK EMANUEL, 72 YRS
PETERSHAM
PETERSHAM
(New South Wales Death Index 1788- 1915)

SELLICK Emanuel
Funeral notice 07 OCT 1915
Funeral
Sydney Morning Herald 07 OCT 1915
The Ryerson Index Online Database


 
Sellick, Emanuel August (I9181)
 
193 1861 WALES CENSUS....Civil Parish..Cefn Rhos Isaf...Eccleslastical Parish ..Aberdovey,,Town..Aberdovey
County/Country Montgomeryshire Wales 
Rees, Lewis (I384)
 
194 1897/12098 Frederick Christensen Hanse Jorgen Marius Anna Thomasine Thompson
Birth Registration
TURNER Mabel Lilian Grace: Birth: 1901: Father: Thomas: Mother: Janet CHARTERIS. Reg No 1901/8041 [Queensland Historical Birth Index 1829 -1964]
 
Turner, Mabel Lilian Grace (I6477)
 
195 5 July 1931 in Omaha, Nebraska, USA


 
Schack, Marie Grethe (I13213)
 
196 A deep gloom was cast over this little place early in the week; Mrs. William Bryce, daughter of Mr. John King, of Kangaroo Valley, died, It seems she was confined of twin sons on Saturday last. One child was dead. Accompanying troubles accelerated her death, which took place on Tuesday morning, and she was buried yesterday (Wednesday) at the Nowra Cemetery, bad as this is, it does not comprehend the trouble. The poor husband - a young man - is almost blind, and had to be attended at his farm work by one of his children, of whom he has five, to safeguard his work. He is the son of Mr. Alexander Bryce, of Errowal. The father and brothers of the deceased lady were with her before she died. Mrs. Alex Bryce, senr., has taken two of the children, aged about 3 and 5 respectively, and Mrs. Alex. Bryce, junr., daughter-in- law of the above, has taken the surviving baby. Both Mr. Bryce and his poor wife were held in high esteem and affection by all the neighbours, and the large concourse of mourners on horseback and in vehicles at the funeral fully attested the [fact?]. Each heart knows its own sorrow, but often the heaviest load appears to fall upon the weakest shoulders. Thank God that hard materialism has not yet driven active sympathy out of the world.


The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser (NSW : 1863 - 1947) Saturday 21 September 1895 
King, Isabella (I6779)
 
197 A military funeral was accorded at Maryborough on August 28 to the late Private Richard Warne, M.M., who died on Monday as a result of injuries received by jumping off the mail train at Owanyilla. After a short service the funeral left St. Paul's Church, the school cadets forming a guard of honour to the church gate. The cortege was headed by the cadets, followed by the City band, and about 30
returned soldiers in uniform walked behind the mourning coach. A Union Jack draped the coffin and the hearse. The service at tha graveside was conducted by the Rev. Hamlyn Harris, assisted by the Rev. J. Stotton.

Transcribed from 'The Queenslander' Saturday 6th September, 1919 
Warne, Richard (I6513)
 
198 A NARROW ESCAPE.

About three o'clock yesterday afternoon a man named William Glover, aged about fifty-five-years, (sic) was seen to fall off the bridge near thc Rugby Union Grounds into the dam. Mr. J. Cornes, with Messrs. W. K. Whitmee and T. Ames, who were en- gaged in rifle practice on the butts ad- joining, about 100 yards away, with commendable promptitude raced to the bridge, jumped into the water, and pulled thc man out. Dr. S. J. Richard was soon on the scene and animation was quickly restored. Constables Warfield and Cox were also in attendance n few minutes after the alarm was given. Glover was conveyed to the Hospital. It appears he leaned over the parapet of the bridge to wet a handkerchief and overbalanced.

Mount Morgan. 28th January, 1912.
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MOUNT MORGAN

(From Our Own Correspondent)

The man William Glover, Who fell into the dam on Saturday afternoon last, and who has been an inmate of the Hospital since, died today.
Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1878 - 1954) (Thursday 1 February 1912 
Glover, William (I13828)
 
199 AIRD - The Friends of Messrs. HENRY JOHN and ARCHIE AIRD, Mr. and Mrs. F. H. LEFTWICH and ARCHIE AIRD are respectfully invited to attend the Funeral of their deceased Father, Brother in law and Brother Thomas M Aird to leave the residence of Mr. F. H. Leftwich, 89 Darragh street, Kangaroo Point, THIS (Thursday) AFTERNOON, at 2.30 o'clock, for the South Brisbane Cemetery.

JOHN HISLOP & SONS, Funeral Directors.


The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933) Thursday 16 November 1922
 
Aird, Thomas McCord (I1357)
 
200 Baptism of Mary Ann Hold
Name: Mary Ann Hold
Birth Date: Abt 1901
Baptism Date: 1 Sep 1901
Baptism Place: Hardwick, Northamptonshire, England
Age: 0
Parish as it Appears: Hardwick
Register Type: Parish Registers
Father: Thomas William Hold
Mother: Elizabeth Jane Hold
(Northamptonshire, England, Church of England Baptisms, 1813-1912)

Possible Marriage
Name: Mary A Hold
Date of Registration: Jan-Feb-Mar 1925
Registration district: Wellingborough
Inferred County: Northamptonshire
Spouse: Thomas Chapman
Volume Number: 3b
Page Number: 151
(England & Wales, Marriage Index, 1916-2005)


 
Hold, Mary Ann (I10037)
 

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