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51
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, Isabella (I1144)
 
52
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, Murdo (I1030)
 
53
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 
McKay, Catherine (Kate) (I1023)
 
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and Lois. Grandmother of Kellie, Mitchell, Ben and Families. The Relatives and Friends of Mary are
invited to attend Her Funeral Service to be held in St George's Anglican Church, Walker Drive,
Maleny on Thursday 27th October 2005 at 12.00noon. To be followed by Interment at the Witta
Cemetery. NO FLOWERS BY REQUEST Donations to Qld Cancer Fund appreciated.
Publication Date: 25/10/05 
Grundon, Mary Jeanette (I4327)
 
55
Anning, Frederick William, Lindum, butcher
Anning, Annie Jacobina, Lindum, home duties
Anning, Albert Edgar, Lindum Hill, farm labourer 
Anning, Albert Edgar (I4537)
 
56
Anning, Frederick William, Lindum, butcher
Anning, Annie Jacobina, Lindum, home duties
Anning, Albert Edgar, Lindum Hill, farm labourer 
Anning, John (I4539)
 
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Anning, Frederick William, Lindum, butcher
Anning, Annie Jacobina, Lindum, home duties
Anning, Albert Edgar, Lindum Hill, farm labourer 
Anning, Frederick William (I4542)
 
58
Australia Death Index, 1787-1985 about Bernhardina Christiansen
Name: Bernhardina Christiansen
Death Date: 1 May 1950
Death Place: Queensland
Father's Name: Anders Olsen Andersen
Mother's Name: Enge Jonsen
Registration Year: 1950
Registration Place: Queensland
Registration number: 002018
Page Number: 409 
Olsen or Andersen or Anderson, Bernhardina (I1924)
 
59
Australia Death Index, 1787-1985 about Mary Connor
Name: Mary Connor
Death Date: 31 Dec 1951
Death Place: Queensland
Father's Name: Frederick Anderson
Mother's Name: Bridget Detahunty sic..(.should be Delahunty)
Registration Year: 1952
Registration Place: Queensland
Registration number: 000896
Page Number: 466 
Anderson, Mary (I9910)
 
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Australia Marriage Index, 1788-1950 about Alfred Christiansen
Name: Alfred Christiansen
Spouse Name: Bernhardina Andersen
Marriage Date: 14 Jun 1906
Marriage Place: Queensland
Registration Place: Queensland
Registration Year: 1906
Registration number: 001896
Page Number: 4443 
Family F558
 
61
Australia Marriage Index, 1788-1950 about James Anthony Herman Matthews
Name: James Anthony Herman Matthews
Spouse Name: Eileen Rule
Marriage Date: 22 Dec 1917
Marriage Place: Queensland
Registration Place: Queensland
Registration Year: 1918
Registration number: 000389
Page Number: 1257 
Family F559
 
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Before his Honour the Chief Justice, Sir Pope A. Cooper, K.C.M.G., and juries of four.
WALKER v. WALKER AND ANOTHER.
Mr. A. D. Graham (instructed by Messrs. Atthow and M'Gregor) for the plaintiff; Mr. T. G. Ryan, with him Mr. J. Mahoney (instructed by Messrs. Fitzgerald and Walsh), for the defendants. The following jury was impanelled: William Bulcock, Alexander Clark, Henry W. Atkinson, James Jack. This was an action brought by John James Walker, a farmer, residing at Maleny, against Charles William Walker, railway employee, residing at Rockhampton, and Mary Ellen Walker, brother and sister-in-law of the plaintiff, respectively, in which he claimed a declaration that the ? defendant held and the female defendant now held a selection of land at Maleny as to 300 acres thereof as a trustee for the plaintiff, and as to 51 acres as a trustee for the next of kin, John Walker, deceased, intestate. ln the alternative the plaintiff claimed against the male defendant £1300 for work and labour done and money expended, and improvements effected on the lands by the plaintiff for the defendant at his request and for his benefit. The
plintiff claimed as against the female defendant an injunction restraining ber from selling, charging, or otherwise dealing with the selection except subject to the right of the plaintiff and the said next of kin, a conveyance in terms of the declaration or in the alternative that the transfer to her be declared fraudulent and void.The statement of claim set out that in 1880 the male defendant selected under the Crown Lands Alienation Act of 1867 selection No. 3389A, being portion 1271, parish of Maleny, county of March, containing 651 acres as a conditional purchase selection. Shortly after the application the male defendant requested the plaintiff to make all the necessary improvements to enable the defendant to obtain a certificate of title for the freehold, and also certain other improvements to enhance its value. The male defendant verbally promised and agreed to fully pay and compensate the plaintiff for all the work done by him. The plaintiff therefore went and resided upon the selection, and at his
own expense, and by his own labour made the required improvements. In 1883 the male defendant obtained the freehold title, and shortly afterwards an agreement in writing was made between the plaintiff and the male defendant that instead of making any payment the defendant should transfer to the plaintiff 200 acres of the selection, also 200 acres to Stephen Walker, and 40 acres to Sarah Ann Walker, their mother. The plaintiff had continued to reside and still resided upon the selection and had greatly improved it. The defendant though frequently requested to do so had refused to transfer the arces of land. About August, 1912, the male defendant for the consideration and natural love and affection conveyed to the female defendant the fee simple of the selection. Sarah Ann Walker died intestate about 1888, and John Walker, her husband, died intestate about 1890. and plaintiff was entitled to share in the distribution of the intestate estate of John Walker.,The defence was a general denial of the claims of the
plaintiff, and the female defendant counterclaimed £200. damages for trespass by the plaintiff, and an injunction to restrain the plaintiff or his servants from interfering with her possessions of the land. Mr. Graham, in the course of his opening statement, mentioned that substantial offers had been made on behalf of the defendants to the plaintiff's solicitors to settle the action, and he thought it would be well if the parties could meet before the case proceeded any further in order to try to come to a settlement. The Chief Justice said he approved of the parties meeting, without any professional intervention, and trying to come to some arrangement. The court was accordingly adjourned for half an hour, at the end of which it was announced by Mr. Graham, that the parties had arranged a settlement the terms of which were not disclosed. The case therefore was struck out by consent.

Transcribed from 'The Brisbane Courier' Tuesday 13th May 1913 
Walker, John James (I1288)
 
63
Before his Honour the Chief Justice, Sir Pope A. Cooper, K.C.M.G., and juries of four.
WALKER v. WALKER AND ANOTHER.
Mr. A. D. Graham (instructed by Messrs. Atthow and M'Gregor) for the plaintiff; Mr. T. G. Ryan, with him Mr. J. Mahoney (instructed by Messrs. Fitzgerald and Walsh), for the defendants. The following jury was impanelled: William Bulcock, Alexander Clark, Henry W. Atkinson, James Jack. This was an action brought by John James Walker, a farmer, residing at Maleny, against Charles William Walker, railway employee, residing at Rockhampton, and Mary Ellen Walker, brother and sister-in-law of the plaintiff, respectively, in which he claimed a declaration that the ? defendant held and the female defendant now held a selection of land at Maleny as to 300 acres thereof as a trustee for the plaintiff, and as to 51 acres as a trustee for the next of kin, John Walker, deceased, intestate. ln the alternative the plaintiff claimed against the male defendant £1300 for work and labour done and money expended, and improvements effected on the lands by the plaintiff for the defendant at his request and for his benefit. The
plintiff claimed as against the female defendant an injunction restraining ber from selling, charging, or otherwise dealing with the selection except subject to the right of the plaintiff and the said next of kin, a conveyance in terms of the declaration or in the alternative that the transfer to her be declared fraudulent and void.The statement of claim set out that in 1880 the male defendant selected under the Crown Lands Alienation Act of 1867 selection No. 3389A, being portion 1271, parish of Maleny, county of March, containing 651 acres as a conditional purchase selection. Shortly after the application the male defendant requested the plaintiff to make all the necessary improvements to enable the defendant to obtain a certificate of title for the freehold, and also certain other improvements to enhance its value. The male defendant verbally promised and agreed to fully pay and compensate the plaintiff for all the work done by him. The plaintiff therefore went and resided upon the selection, and at his
own expense, and by his own labour made the required improvements. In 1883 the male defendant obtained the freehold title, and shortly afterwards an agreement in writing was made between the plaintiff and the male defendant that instead of making any payment the defendant should transfer to the plaintiff 200 acres of the selection, also 200 acres to Stephen Walker, and 40 acres to Sarah Ann Walker, their mother. The plaintiff had continued to reside and still resided upon the selection and had greatly improved it. The defendant though frequently requested to do so had refused to transfer the arces of land. About August, 1912, the male defendant for the consideration and natural love and affection conveyed to the female defendant the fee simple of the selection. Sarah Ann Walker died intestate about 1888, and John Walker, her husband, died intestate about 1890. and plaintiff was entitled to share in the distribution of the intestate estate of John Walker.,The defence was a general denial of the claims of the
plaintiff, and the female defendant counterclaimed £200. damages for trespass by the plaintiff, and an injunction to restrain the plaintiff or his servants from interfering with her possessions of the land. Mr. Graham, in the course of his opening statement, mentioned that substantial offers had been made on behalf of the defendants to the plaintiff's solicitors to settle the action, and he thought it would be well if the parties could meet before the case proceeded any further in order to try to come to a settlement. The Chief Justice said he approved of the parties meeting, without any professional intervention, and trying to come to some arrangement. The court was accordingly adjourned for half an hour, at the end of which it was announced by Mr. Graham, that the parties had arranged a settlement the terms of which were not disclosed. The case therefore was struck out by consent.

Transcribed from 'The Brisbane Courier' Tuesday 13th May 1913 
Walker, Charles William (I4491)
 
64
Brooker, Florence Ellen, Landsborough, domestic duties 
Prince, Florence Ellen (I3723)
 
65
Brooker, Florence Ellen, Landsborough, domestic duties 
Brooker, William Henry (I3722)
 
66
Brooker, Florence Ellen, Teutoberg, home duties
Brooker, Obed Hentley (sic), Teutoberg, teamster
Brooker, Sarah Frances, Teutoberg, home duties
Brooker, Henry Thomas, Teutoberg, farmer
Brooker, Lucy, Teutoberg, home duties
3 Brooker brothers, 2 with wives, and Lucy the mens mother.
Henry had no wife, now live at Witta. 
Brooker, William Henry (I3722)
 
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Brooker, Florence Ellen, Teutoberg, home duties
Brooker, Obed Hentley (sic), Teutoberg, teamster
Brooker, Sarah Frances, Teutoberg, home duties
Brooker, Henry Thomas, Teutoberg, farmer
Brooker, Lucy, Teutoberg, home duties 
Flick, Sarah Frances (I3885)
 
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Brooker, Florence Ellen, Teutoberg, home duties
Brooker, Obed Hentley (sic), Teutoberg, teamster
Brooker, Sarah Frances, Teutoberg, home duties
Brooker, Henry Thomas, Teutoberg, farmer
Brooker, Lucy, Teutoberg, home duties 
Brooker, Henry Thomas (I3745)
 
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Brooker, Florence Ellen, Teutoberg, home duties
Brooker, Obed Hentley (sic), Teutoberg, teamster
Brooker, Sarah Frances, Teutoberg, home duties
Brooker, Henry Thomas, Teutoberg, farmer
Brooker, Lucy, Teutoberg, home duties 
Prince, Florence Ellen (I3723)
 
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Brooker, Florence Ellen, Teutoberg, home duties
Brooker, Obed Hentley (sic), Teutoberg, teamster
Brooker, Sarah Frances, Teutoberg, home duties
Brooker, Henry Thomas, Teutoberg, farmer
Brooker, Lucy, Teutoberg, home duties 
Huntley, Susannah Lucy (I3725)
 
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Brooker, Florence Ellen, Teutoberg, home duties
Brooker, Obed Hentley (sic), Teutoberg, teamster
Brooker, Sarah Frances, Teutoberg, home duties
Brooker, Henry Thomas, Teutoberg, farmer
Brooker, Lucy, Teutoberg, home duties 
Brooker, Obed Huntley (I3744)
 
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Brooker, Florence Ellen, Teutoberg, home duties
Brooker, Obed Hentley (sic), Teutoberg, teamster
Brooker, Sarah Frances, Teutoberg, home duties 
Flick, Sarah Frances (I3885)
 
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Brooker, Florence Ellen, Teutoberg, home duties
Brooker, Obed Hentley (sic), Teutoberg, teamster
Brooker, Sarah Frances, Teutoberg, home duties 
Brooker, Obed Huntley (I3744)
 
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Brooker, Florence Ellen, Teutoberg, home duties
Brooker, Obed Hentley (sic), Teutoberg, teamster
Brooker, Sarah Frances, Teutoberg, home duties 
Prince, Florence Ellen (I3723)
 
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Brooker, Florence Ellen, Teutoberg, home duties
Brooker, Obed Hentley (sic), Teutoberg, teamster
Brooker, Sarah Frances, Teutoberg, home duties 
Brooker, William Henry (I3722)
 
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Brooker, Florence Ellen, Teutoberg, home duties 
Prince, Florence Ellen (I3723)
 
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Brooker, Florence Ellen, Teutoberg, home duties 
Brooker, William Henry (I3722)
 
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Cornelius Breggenshaw Head 21 abt 1850 Male Labourer, Ivinghoe; Aston Buckinghamshire England
Jane Breggenshaw Wife 21 abt 1850 Female Ivinghoe; Aston Buckinghamshire England
Ellen Breggenshaw Daughter 2 abt 1869 Female Ivinghoe; Aston Buckinghamshire England 
Windmill, Jane (I4374)
 
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Cornelius Breggenshaw Head 21 abt 1850 Male Labourer, Ivinghoe; Aston Buckinghamshire England
Jane Breggenshaw Wife 21 abt 1850 Female Ivinghoe; Aston Buckinghamshire England
Ellen Breggenshaw Daughter 2 abt 1869 Female Ivinghoe; Aston Buckinghamshire England 
Brigginshaw, Cornelius Weedon (I4373)
 
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Death Registration
11060/1911
GOODFELLOW ROBERT
ROBERT F and CHARLOTTE M
MOSS VALE
(New South Wales Death Index 1788-1984) 
Goodfellow, Robert (I14964)
 
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Elias, Elsie May, 44 Kedron Brook Rd, Wilston, accountant. 
Elias, Elsie May (I4351)
 
82
Elias, Elsie May, 44 Kedron Brook Rd, Wilston, accountant. 
Elias, Louis George (I4350)
 
83
English, Louisa, Nambour, domestic duties. 
English, John (I2957)
 
84
English, Louisa, Nambour, domestic duties. 
Ehlerth, Eliza Louise (Louisa) (I4388)
 
85
English, Louisa, Obi Obi, house wife. 
Ehlerth, Eliza Louise (Louisa) (I4388)
 
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English, Louisa, Obi Obi, house wife. 
English, John (I2957)
 
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JOHN HISLOP & SONS, Funeral Directors.
______________________________________
WHITTINGTON-The Friends of Mrs. W. L. WITTINGTON are respectfully invited to attend the funeral of her deceased Husband (William Lewis Whittington), to leave the residence of Mrs. E. L Jolly, Annerley Street, Toowong, THIS (Monday) MORNING, at 10 o'clock for the Toowong Cemetery.


Transcribed from 'The Brisbane Courier' Monday 8th October 1923. 
Whittington, William Lewis (I880)
 
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Kirby Richard William Stoke Damerel.5b 699 Marriage 2 1897
to Agnes Kate O' Gorman 
Family F511
 
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Marriage
Name: Anthony Ruddy
Registration Year: 1867
Registration Quarter: Jul-Aug-Sep
Registration district: Durham
Parishes for this Registration District: View Ecclesiastical Parishes associated with this Registration District
Inferred County: Durham
Volume: 10a
Page: 382
( England & Wales, FreeBMD Marriage Index, 1837-1915 )

Name: Mary Burk
Registration Year: 1867
Registration Quarter: Jul-Aug-Sep
Registration district: Durham
Parishes for this Registration District: View Ecclesiastical Parishes associated with this Registration District
Inferred County: Durham
Volume: 10a
Page: 382
( England & Wales, FreeBMD Marriage Index, 1837-1915 ) 
Family F5110
 
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Mr. Whittington, of Maleny, was cleaning a service rifle on Sunday afternoon, when it accidentally went, off. Mrs. Whittington, who was resting on a bed in the room adjoining, was struck by the bullet, which penetrated the back of her neck, and was deflected downwards, passing through her heart, and lodging in the groin. Death was instantaneous. A post-mortem examination was held by Dr. Sampson, and the body was taken to Gympie for burial.

Transcribed from 'The Brisbane Courier' 10th February, 1920. 
Ubank, Annie Ellen (I4431)
 
91
Mr. Whittington, of Maleny, was cleaning a service rifle on Sunday afternoon, when it accidentally went, off. Mrs. Whittington, who was resting on a bed in the room adjoining, was struck by the bullet, which penetrated the back of her neck, and was deflected downwards, passing through her heart, and lodging in the groin. Death was instantaneous. A post-mortem examination was held by Dr. Sampson, and the body was taken to Gympie for burial.

Transcribed from the 'The Brisbane Courier' 10th February 1920 
Whittington, William Lewis (I880)
 
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Name
BARNET
Initials
RJM
First name
ROBERT JAMES MACGREGOR
Place of birth
Illaroo
Country
New South Wales, Australia
Last residence
Wollongong, New South Wales
Family
Son of the Rev. Donald McKay Barnet and Jessie Catherine Macgregor Barnet, of The Manse, Wollongong, New South WalesMilitary service

Place & date of enlistment
Enlisted 4 January 1916, Marrickville, New South Wales
Service number
2662
Rank
Driver
Medals
1914/15 Star Medal, British War Medal, Victory Medal
Regiment and unit
1st Austr. Div. Ammunition Sub Park Australian Army Service Corps
Other data related to military career
Embarked Melbourne 4 April 1916; to France June 1916

Death

Wounded
27 August 1916
Type of wounds
Died of accidental injuries, gunshot wound head, n°10 CCS
Date of death
27 August 1916
Died at the age of
21
Grave reference Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery
IX - D - 3A
 
Barnet, Robert James McGregor (I14508)
 
93
Name: George Frederick Matthewson
Record Type: Baptism
Baptism Date: 1 Feb 1829
Father's Name: George Matthewson
Mother's name: Louisa Matthewson
Parish or Poor Law Union: Holborn St Giles in the Fields
Borough: Camden
Register Type: Parish Registers
(London, England, Births and Baptisms, 1813-1906)

George and Louisa Matthewson, 2 Thomas Street, St George, Hanover Square. George
Matthewson, Fishmonger
(London, England, Births and Baptisms, 1813-1906 ) 
Matthewson, George Frederick (I14010)
 
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No. 3. 1819. Munkebo. Johan Wilhelm Ungkarl og Skomagermester af Kjerteminde 21 Aar gl. og pigen Marie Elisabeth Stoudt, Steddatter af Krydsbetjent Ivanov paa Munkeboe Mark, 19 Aar. Vidner; Hr. Krydsbetjent Ivanov paa Munkeboe Mark og Gaardmand Peder Rasmussen i Bregnør. Viet den 17. april i Munkebo Kirke. Brudgommen vaccineret 1812, den 12. august af Districts ? Schønemann i Nyborg. Bruden vaccineret 1814, den 9. april af ? ? ? i Kjøbenhavn. AO72.Munkebo Kirkebog, Bjerge Herred, Odense Amt.  
Family F4427
 
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Occupier: Bernard Mc Nally
Residence Location: Armagh, Lisnadill, Foley
(Ireland, Griffith?s Valuation, 1847-1864 ) 
McNally, Bernard (I14746)
 
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Rees Ellen Josephine 09 / 09 / 1975 71 years

Cemetery: Pinnaroo Cemetery
Street Address: Cnr Graham Rd and Bridgeman Rd, Bridgeman Downs
UBD Ref: Map 109 B18
Portion Grave Number
8A 1209 
Larkin, Ellen Josephine (Nell) (I5488)
 
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Reinke, Gwendolyn May, Norwin, home duties. 
Reinke, Eric Louis (I4366)
 
98
Reinke, Gwendolyn May, Norwin, home duties. 
Vandersee, Gwendolyn May (I4365)
 
99
Smeeton, Lucy, Glentulloch, Injune, home duties 
Smeeton, Harold Francis (I3597)
 
100
Smeeton, Lucy, Glentulloch,Injune, home duties 
Armitage, Lucy (I3600)
 

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