Lois Giles

Lois Giles

Female Abt 1958 - 1988  (~ 30 years)

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Generation: 1

  1. 1.  Lois GilesLois Giles was born Abt 1958, Queensland, Australia (daughter of Alex Giles and Lorraine Nancy Bundesen); died 24 Oct 1988, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia; was buried Mount Thompson Memorial Gardens and Crematorium, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.

    Notes:

    Birth:
    Lois Giles


    Died:
    Lois Giles
    Event date: 24/10/1988
    Event type: Death registration
    Date of birth: 1958
    Registration details: 1988/8988
    Products available:
    Mother: Lorraine Nancy Bundesen
    Father/parent: Alex Giles
    (Queensland Death Records 1929-1990















Generation: 2

  1. 2.  Alex GilesAlex Giles was born Abt 1927, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia; died 5 Jun 1977, Queensland, Australia; was buried Mt Thompson Memorial Gardensn, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.

    Notes:

    Birth:
    Alex

    Death
    1977
    C2666
    Alex Giles
    Isaac Alfred Giles, Victoria Ida Crozier
    (Queensland Death Index 1788-1985)

    Death
    1959
    B30111
    Isaac Alfred Giles
    Robert, Jacobina Wirth
    (Queensland Death Index 1829-1985)






    Died:
    Alex Giles
    Alex Giles ( - 1977)
    Passed away on 5 June 1977
    Aged 50 years
    Mt Thompson Memorial Gardens

    Death registration:
    Alex Giles
    Death date:
    05/06/1977
    Mother's name:
    Victoria Ida Crozier
    Father/parent's name:
    Isaac Alfred Giles
    Registration details:
    1977/C/2666
    (Queensland Death Records 1929-1990)

    Alex married Lorraine Nancy Bundesen [Group Sheet]


  2. 3.  Lorraine Nancy Bundesen
    Children:
    1. 1. Lois Giles was born Abt 1958, Queensland, Australia; died 24 Oct 1988, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia; was buried Mount Thompson Memorial Gardens and Crematorium, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.


Generation: 3

  1. 6.  Leslie Peter   BundesenLeslie Peter Bundesen was born 16 Oct 1904, Maryborough, Queensland, Australia (son of Peter Henrich Bundesen and Karen Maria Emilie Sundstrup); died 1968, Queensland, Australia.

    Other Events:

    • Education: 1912, Tinana State School ; Last Name: Bundesen First Name: Leslie School Name: Tinana State School Date: 1912 Source: Tinana State School: 125 Years of Memories 1875-2000 by Jocelyn Kemp Reference: P91 Country: Australia State: Queensland Record set: Queensland school pupils (Queensland School Pupils Index, Part 4)
    • Queensland Electoral Roll: 1936, North Tamborine, Qld.; 1936 QUEENSLAND ELECTORAL ROLL Number 836: Surname: Bundesen: Given Names: Leslie Peter: Residence: North Tamborine: Occupation: Farmer: Subdistrict: Moreton: District: Southport. Number 837: Surname: Bundesen: Given Names: Delcia Jessie: Residence: North Tamborine: Occupation: Home Duties: Subdistrict: Moreton: District: Southport
    • Queensland Electoral Roll: 1937, North Tambourine; QUEENSLAND ELECTORAL ROLL 1937 Division of Moreton - Subdivision of Southport No 864: BUNDESEN, Delcia Jessie: Place of Living: Place of Living: North Tambourine: Occupation: home duties No 865: BUNDESEN, Leslie Peter: Place of Living: North Tambourine: Occupation: farmer
    • Queensland Electoral Roll: 1943, Tamworth St., Brisbane; QUEENSLAND ELECTORAL ROLL 1943 Division of Griffith - Subdivision of Stephens No 454: BUNDESEN, Delcia Jessie: Place of Living: Place of Living: Tamworth St., Occupation: home duties No 455: BUNDESEN, Leslie Peter: Place of Living: Tamworth St., Occupation: carpenter
    • Personal: 16 Dec 1952, Brisbane Telegraph, Qld.; MR. and Mrs. L. P. Bundesen, of Alderley, who today celebrated their silver wedding anniversary, will be guests of honour tonight at a party for 100 guests given at the Deaf and Dumb Hall, Turbott Street, by their daughter, Miss Lorraine Bundesen. Brisbane Telegraph, Qld., Tuesday, 16 December 1952 Silver Wedding BUNDESEN.-The. Silver Wedding is announced of Mr. and Mrs.L. P. Bundesen, Plymouth St. Alderley.17th December. Brisbane Telegraph, Qld., Wednesday, 17 December 1952 GILES-BUNDESEN-On the 12th December, at the Ann St. Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. P. W. Pearson, Alex., youngest Son of Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Giles, of Auchenflower, to Lorraine, only Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Bundesen, of Alderley. The Courier-Mail, Brisbane, Qld., Saturday, 12 December 1953
    • Queensland Electoral Roll: 1954, Plymouth St., Alderly; Queensland Elestoral Roll 1954 Division of Petrie - Subdivision of Enoggera No 1209: Bundesen, Delcia Jessie: Place of Living: Plymouth St., Alderly: Occupation: home duties No 1210: Bundesen, Leslie Peter: Place of Living: Place of Living: Plymouth St., Alderly: Occupation: carpenter
    • Queensland Electoral Roll: 1958, Plymouth st., Alderley; Queensland Electoral Roll 1958 Last Name: Bundesen First Name: Leslie Peter Place Of Living: Plymouth st., Alderley Occupation: carpenter Sex: Male Subdivision: Enoggera Division: Ryan State: Queensland Country: Australia

    Notes:

    Birth:
    Birth Registration.
    Surname: BUNDESEN: Given Names: LESLIE PETER: Birth: 16.10.1904: Father. PETER HENRY BUNDESEN. Mother. KAREN MARIE EMILIE SUNDSTRUP. Reg. No.1904/005219 [ Qld. B.D.& M.Register]


    Name:
    PLAYERS FULL DETAILS -ALL GRADE
    Surname: BUNDESEN First Names: LESLIE PETER: Era 1926/1927 to 1926/1927; Birth Date: 16 October 1904: Birth Place: Maryborough ; Death Date Circa 1968

    Leslie married Delcia Jessie Bellman 17 Dec 1927, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. Delcia (daughter of Walter William Henry Bellman and Annie Wemyss Kelly) was born 29 Jun 1894, Queensland, Australia; died 12 Apr 1995, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia ; was buried Mt Thompson Memorial Gardens, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia . [Group Sheet]


  2. 7.  Delcia Jessie  BellmanDelcia Jessie Bellman was born 29 Jun 1894, Queensland, Australia (daughter of Walter William Henry Bellman and Annie Wemyss Kelly); died 12 Apr 1995, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia ; was buried Mt Thompson Memorial Gardens, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia .

    Other Events:

    • Queensland Electoral Roll: 1919, King St., near Stanley St., Woolloongabba; Queensland Electoral Roll 1919 Division of Oxley, Subdivision of Woolloongabba Hale, Delcia Jessie, King st., near Stanley st., home duties
    • Queensland Electoral Roll: 1925, Redcliffe; Queensland Electoral Roll 1925 Division of Lilley - Subdivision of North Pine Hale, Delcia, Harley house, Redcliffe, home duties
    • Queensland Electoral Roll: 1936 -1937, North Tamborine; Queensland Electoral Roll 1936 Number 836: Surname: Bundesen: Given Names: Leslie Peter: Residence: North Tamborine: Occupation: Farmer: Subdistrict: Moreton: District: Southport. Number 837: Surname: Bundesen: Given Names: Delcia Jessie: Residence: North Tamborine: Occupation: Home Duties: Subdistrict: Moreton: District: Southport Queensland Electoral Roll 1937 Division of Moreton - Subdivision of Southport No 864: BUNDESEN, Delcia Jessie: Place of Living: Place of Living: North Tambourine: Occupation: home duties No 865: Bundesen, Leslie Peter: Place of Living: North Tambourine: Occupation: farmer
    • Queensland Electoral Roll: 1943, Tamworth St; Queensland Electoral Roll 1943 Division of Griffith - Subdivision of Stephens No 454: BUNDESEN, Delcia Jessie: Place of Living: Place of Living: Tamworth St., Occupation: home duties No 455: Bundesen, Leslie Peter: Place of Living: Tamworth St., Occupation: carpenter
    • Queensland Electoral Roll: 1954, Plymouth St., Alderly; Queensland Electoral Roll 1954 Division of Petrie - Subdivision of Enoggera No 1209: BUNDESEN, Delcia Jessie: Place of Living: Plymouth St., Alderly: Occupation: home duties No 1210: Bundesen, Leslie Peter: Place of Living: Place of Living: Plymouth St., Alderly: Occupation: carpenter

    Notes:

    Birth:
    Name: Delcia Jessie Bellman: Birth Date: 29 Jun 1894: Father's name: Walter William Henry Bellman: Mother's name: Annie Kelly: Birth Place: Queensland Registration Number: 008288
    (Queensland Birth Register 1829 - 1964)


    Died:
    Delcia Jessie Bundesen ( - 1995)
    Passed away on 12 April 1995
    Aged 100 years
    (Heaven Address)

    Notes:

    Married:
    Marriage Register:
    Bundesen Leslie Peter: Marriage: 17.12.1927; Spouse: Hale Delcia Jessie; Reg. No. 1927/B002425 [Qld. Marriage Register]

    Note; Delcia was a widow. Her first husband was Oscar Hale. He died in Aug 1916 in Brisbane, Queensland. He was buried with Oscar Walter Hale [son of Walter and Delcia] in Balmoral Cemetery, Brisbane

    BUNDESEN-HALE.
    The marriaage of Mr. Leslie Peter Bundesen (eldest son of Mr. Peter Bundcsen, Gympie) and Mrs. Delcia Jessie Hale (Osdel, Franklin-street, South Brisbane), widow of the late Mr. Oscar Hale, and eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Bellman, Glencarn, Dickson-street, Wooloowin) was solemnised in the Ann-street Presbyterian Church on December 17. The Rev J. Cosh officiated. The church organist presided at the organ, and during the signing of the register Mr. Stanley Tamblyn rendered a vocal solo. The bride, who was given away by her father, was frocked in white mariette, the skirt being finely French pleated, while the bodice, made in coat effect, was heavilv embroidered in gold and trimmed with gold lace and pearl and brilliant trimming. She also wore a white guipure lace hat, with a brilliant buckle, and carried a shower bouquet, composed of lilies, stephanotis, and maidenhair fern. The chief bridesmaid, Miss Lyndall Bellman (sister of the bride), was frocked in white mariette, trimmed with guipure lace, and worn over cyclamen crepe de Chine, with which she wore , a cyclamen silk straw hat to harmonise. She carried an Early Victorian bouquet of pink roses. Miss Lena Rondielt. who also attended as bridesmaid, was dressed in apricot mariette, trimmed with silk lace over apricot crepe de Chine, with which she wore an apricot silk crinoline hat, trimmed with a posy and ribbon. Her Early Victorian posy was of deep cream roses and forget-me-nots. The duties of best man and groomsman were carried out hy the bridegroom's brothers, Messrs. Alfred Bundesen and Bertie Bundcsen (Gympie). At the conclusion of the ceremony the guests were entertained by the bride's parents at a wedding breakfast in McDowel's social hall, Valley. Mrs. Bellman received her guests wearing a frock of black mariette and lace, finely French pleated, with a black silk straw and tulle hat. Her Early Victorian bouquet was of red roses and 'maidenhair fern. A feature of the decorations, was a large gold and white wedding bell, which was suspended over the bridal couple, and which was a gift from the chief bridesmaid. All the bouquets were the gifts of the bridegroom, and were from the London American Florists. The bridegroom also gave to the bride a chrystal necklet and handbag, and to the bridesmaids, gold brooches. The bride's gifts to the bridegroom were a wedding ring and gold sleeve links. The honey- moon will be spent motoring in the Northern Rivers district.
    [Transcribed from the Brisbane Courier Mail, Wednesday 21 December 1927]

    Today is a double celebration day for the Giles family at Chelmer, Mr. and Mrs. A. Giles celebrate their wedding anniversary and their younger son, Alex, has announced his engagement to ballet teacher Lorraine Bundesen, Alderley. Lorraine and Alex are planning a Christmas wedding.
    The Courier-Mail Brisbane, Qld., Thursday 26 March 1953

    GILES-BUNDESEN-On the 12th December, at the Ann St. Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. P. W. Pearson. Alex., youngest Son of Mr and Mrs. I. A. Giles, of Auchenflower, to Lorraine, only Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Bundesen of Alderley.
    The Courier-Mail Brisbane, Qld., Saturday 12 December 1953

    Forty little ballet girls will be guard of honour
    TODAY'S WEDDINGS
    ALMOST 40 small girls in ballet costumes will form an unusual guard of honour when their dancing teacher, Miss Lorraine M. Bundesen, is married to Mr. Alex Giles in the Ann St. Presbyterian Church to-day. The bride is the only child of Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Bundesen (Alderley) and the groom the youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Giles (Auchenflower). A pearl-trimmed brocaded satin frock, featuring a draped collar, and a very full skirt has been chosen by the bride. Her fingertip tulle veil will fall from a small bonnet-shaped hat. She will also be wearing her grandmother's gold wedding ring. Bridesmaid Miss Yvonne Landers will wear blue nylon, and flower-girl Lorrelle Saunders will attend the bride. Mr. Alex Laing will be best man. Following a reception for more than 90 guests at Whytecliffe, the couple will motor to Sydney and the Blue Mountains for their honeymoon.
    The Courier-Mail Brisbane, Qld.,Saturday 12 December 1953

    Children:
    1. 3. Lorraine Nancy Bundesen


Generation: 4

  1. 12.  Peter Henrich Bundesen was born 1877, Ross, South Island, New Zealand (son of Peter Petersen Bundesen and Christina Elisabeth/Elizabeth Kraag); died 14 May 1944, Gympie General Hospital, Gympie Queensland, Australia; was buried 16 May 1944, Gympie Two Mile Cemetery, Queensland, Australia.

    Other Events:

    • Queensland Electoral Roll: 1900, Greenland Farm, Deborah near Tiaro ; Queensland Electoral Roll 1900 No 963: BUNDESEN, Peter Henry, Greenland Farm, Deborah
    • Queensland Electoral Roll: 1905, Spring Hill Farm, Deborah; Queensland Electoral Roll 1905 Commonwealth of Australia; State of Queensland Division of Wide Bay: Polling - Place of Deborah No 4: Bundersen, Peter Henry: Place of Living: Spring Hill Farm: Occupation: Farmer
    • Personal: 17 Jun 1912, Maryborough Chronicle, Wide Bay and Burnett Advertiser, Queensland; CORRESPONDENCE (The Editor does not necessarily identify himself with the opinions with the expressed by correspondents.) FRASER ISLAND LEMONS (To the Editor.) Sir.-I think it would not be just to let the leter in "Colonist" pass without a reply, as it is very misleading. The fact of the matter is, the lemon tree spoken of was twelve inches high, when I landed there five years ago, and had been there a few years then. It looked very miserable. I have taken a deal of care of it, and also washed it several times for the blight. Fruit trees will not do well there when left alone, as we have proved it by one orange two mango trees. They are still there, but that's about all. The mango we planted four years ago, the orange was there before I arrived. The orange trees supposed to be growing wild, are looked after, and pruned every year, by a timber-getter living close by.-I am, etc. P.H.BUNDESEN. Fraser Island, June 15th., 1912 Maryborough Chronicle, Wide Bay and Burnett Advertiser, Queensland, Monday, 17 June 1912
    • Queensland Electoral Roll: 1913, Tinana; Queensland Electoral Roll 1913 BUNDESEN, Peter Henry: Residence Tinana: Occupation: Labourer: Division Tinana: Subdivision: Wide Bay BUNDESEN, Karen Marie Emilie: Residence: Tinana: Occupation: home duties:Division Tinana: Subdivision: Wide Bay [Note; Tinana is just south of Maryborough, on the road to Tiaro].
    • 1922 Electorial Roll: 1922, Gympie; Queensland Electoral Roll 1922 No 523: Surname: Bundesen: Given Names: Peter Henry: Residence: Calton Hill: Occupation: Carpenter: Subdivision: Gympie: Division: Wide Bay. ID.381652
    • Interests: 11 Dec 1925, The Brisbane Courier, Queensland; Ambulance Brigade. - The president (Mr P H Bundesen) presided at the monthly meeting of the Gympie Ambulance Brigade. Transcribed from "The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864-1933), Saturday 22 February 1930"
    • Interests: 11 Dec 1925, The Brisbane Courier, Queensland; Cricket Association.-A largely attended meeting of members of the Gympie Cricket Association was held on Monday night The newly appoointed chairman of the association (Mr. P. H. Bundesen) presided. Transcribed from "The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864-1933), Friday 11 December 1925"
    • Interests: 1 Nov 1929, The Brisbane Courier, Queensland; Ambulance. - Mr P H Bundesen (president) presided at the monthly meeting of the Gympie Ambulance Brigade Committee. The superintendent (Mr L H Dean) reported that since the last meeting the brigade had attended to 71 accidents, 116 transports, 5 severe and 9 slight office cases and the distance travelled was 1906 miles. Transcribed from "The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864-1933),Friday 1 November 1929"
    • Interests: 22 Feb 1930, The Brisbane Courier, Queensland; Gympie Ambulance Brigade. - The president (Mr P H Bundesen) presided at the monthly meeting of the Gympie Ambulance Brigade. Transcribed from "The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864-1933), Saturday 22 February 1930"
    • Interests: 11 Feb 1932, The Brisbane Courier, Queensland; Lagoon Pocket At the Long Flat Hall on February 3, the fourth annual meeting of the mem bers of the Lagoon Pocket branch of the C W A took place. Messrs P H Bundesen and P J Coombe represented the ambulance for which body the branch had Worked well in the past year Transcribed from "The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864-1933), Thursday 11 February 1932
    • Interests: 14 Aug 1935, The Courier-Mail, Brisbane, Queensland; OFFICE GAINED BY TOSS OF COIN Gympie Ambulance Chairmanship GYMPIE, Tuesday. The toss of a coin decided the chairmanship at a meeting of the committee of the Gympie centre ot the Queensland Ambulance Transport Brigade last night. Two committee men, Messrs. E. E. Lister and W. English, were nominated for the position. Both had served equal terms on the committee. and rather than put the issue to a vote it was jokingly suggested that they should toss a penny. The suggestion was taken up, and Mr. P. H. Bundersen spun the coin. - Mr. Lister won the toss and the chairmanship. As he tossed up the penny Mr. Bundersen said: 'Well, that's the first coin I have ever tossed.' Transcribed from " The Courier-Mail (Brisbane, Qld. : 1933-1954) , Wednesday 14 August 1935
    • Interests: 7 Nov 1935, The Courier-Mail, Brisbane, Queensland; From Near and Far Gympic Council Vacancy. - At a special meeting of the Gympie City Council, Mr. P. H. Bundesen, president of the Gympic branch of the A.L.P., and Mr. G. H. Mackay, late Speaker of the House of Representatives, were nominated to fill the vacancy on the council caused by the death of the late Alderman E. Bytheway. A majority vote resulted in the selection of Mr. Bundesen, Transcribed from "The Courier-Mail (Brisbane, Qld. : 1933-1954), Thursday 7 November 1935
    • Queensland Electoral Roll: 1936, Bligh Street, Caton Hill, Gympie; Queensland Electoral Roll 1936 Subdivision of Gympie - Division of Wide Bay No 672; BUNDESEN, Mary Agnes: Residence: Bligh Street: Occupation: home duties No 673: BUNDESEN, Peter Henry: Residence: Bligh Street, Caton Hill; Occupation; Carpenter:
    • Interests: 1 Jan 1936, The Courier-Mail, Brisbane, Queensland; Country News The Tin Can Bay residents held a successful . dance for the benefit of the ambulance funds. The benefiting body was represented by Mr. L. Dean (superintendent) and Mr. P. H. Bundesen. Transcribed from " The Courier-Mail (Brisbane, Qld. : 1933-1954). Wednesday 1 January 1936"
    • Personal: 29 Aug 1939, Daily Mercury, Mackay, Queensland; Ald. P. H. Bundesen, who is a member of the Gympie City Council, is visiting Mackay for the harbor celebrations. He is accompanied by Mrs. Bundesen, and they are the guests of relatives. Daily Mercury, Mackay, Queensland, Tuesday, 29 August 1939
    • Interests: 10 Jan 1940, Maryborough, Queensland; 3d. Debt Paid After 40 Years, As Arranged. GYMPIE, Tuesday,? A verbal obligation to pay a debt of 3d. has been fulfilled after 40 years. In 1900 Alderman P. H. Bunaesen, ot Gyrnpie, went to the store of Mr. R. G. Sanday, in Maryborough, to pay an account. There was an outstanding balance of 3d, and Mr. Sanday said jocularly that it could be paid in 1940. Mr. Sanday retired, from business many years ago, and both men have been friends in Gympie On New Year's Day Alderman Bundesen paid the debt, which had never been mentioned between them in 40 years. Transcribed from "The Courier-Mail (Brisbane, Qld.), Wednesday 10 January 1940
    • Queensland Electoral Roll: 1943, 1 Beaconsfield St., Gympie; Queensland Electoral Roll 1943 Division of Wide Bay - Subdivision of Gympie No 671: BUNDESEN, Mary Agnes: Place of Living:1 Beaconsfield st., Occupation : home duties No 672: BUNDESEN, Peter Henry: Place of Living: 1 Beaconsfield st., Occupation: carpenter
    • Obituary: 18 May 1944, Maryborough Chronicle, Wide Bay and Burnett Advertiser, Queensland; OBITUARY MR. PETER H. BUNDESEN: As befitted an honoured citizen, who had given long and valuable service to the community, general regret was expressed in Gympie on Monday at the passing away of Mr. P. H. Bundesen, resident of Beaconsfield-street, Gympie. After about seven weeks' illness in the Gympie General Hospital, during which he underwent two operationns, he succumbed to heart failure after the second of these, at about 11.30 o'clock on Sunday night, at the age of 68 years. Deceased was born at Ross (N.Z.) in 1876. He came to Australia with his parents when a boy and spent his early years with them on a farm at Netherby (Tiaro District). He became apprenticed to the coopering and carpentering trade in Maryborough, and at the age of 21, he went to New Guinea, prospecting for gold. Returning after after about 18 months, he engaged in mining in Gympie. A few years later he married Miss Kate Sundstrup of Gympie, and then took up farming on his own account at Netherby. On giving up the farm because of the big drought of 1907, the late Mr. Bundesen went to Fraser Island as timber getter, and about 1912 returned to Maryborough, to work as a carpenter and contractor. In May 1937, he went back to Gympie, where his wife passed away. During his residence in Gympie he carried on business as building contractor. In 1921 he married Mrs. M. Burchard, who survives him. For approximately 20 years Mr. Bundesen was Prisedent of the Gympie branch of the A.L.P., which position he still held at the time of his death, and was a steadfast and outspoken upholder of the Labour movement. He is survived by his widow and three sons. Messrs. Leslie (Brisbane), Alfred (Gympie), and Bertel (Mackay), and Lawrence Burchard (step-son). Maryborough Chronicle, Wide Bay and Burnett Advertiser, Queensland, Thursday, 18 May 1944

    Notes:

    Birth:
    Reg no 1877/1311
    Code:442:D.B.& M. Register , New Zealand]

    Name: Peter Henrich Bunderson
    Birth Date: Jan-Feb-Mar 1876
    Birth Place: Ross, New Zealand
    Folio Number: 442
    (New Zealand Birth Index, 1840-1950)

    Name Peter Henrich Bundesen
    Event Type Birth
    Event Date 1876
    Event Place New Zealand
    Father's Name Peter Peterson Bundesen
    Mother's Name Christina Elizabeth Bundesen
    Registration Number 1876/1311
    "New Zealand, Civil Records Indexes, 1800-1896," database, FamilySearch


    Name:
    PETER HENRICH BUNDESEN was born in 1877 in Ross, in the South Island of New Zealand
    Ross is a small town located on the West Coast of New Zealand's South Island.
    It lies 27 kilometres south-west of Hokitka and 46 kilometres north-east of Harihari, State Highway passes through Ross on its route from Ruatapu south to Pukekura, Harihari, and further south, the Franz Josef Glacier.
    The town's chief industries are farming and forestry. Ross was an important centre during the West Coast goldrush of the 1860s. Since 1988 a large open cast mine has operated adjacent to the town [Source Wikepedia]
    Ross vibrant Westland community on the Glacier Highway, 20 minutes south of Hokitika.

    Set amid New Zealand rainforest, rugged mountains, and wild beaches, Ross has a fantastic climate and unique atmosphere
    The gateway to the Ross Goldfields Heritage Area

    QUEENSLAND ELECTORAL ROLL 1900:
    Number 963: Bundesen Peter Henry, Greenland Farm, Deborah

    Queensland Electoral Roll 1905:
    No. 4. Bundesen Peter Henry: Residence Spring Hill Farm: Polling Place: Deborah: Division: Wide Bay.

    QUEENSLAND ELECTORAL ROLL 1913:
    Bundesen Peter Henry: Residence Tinana: Occupation: Labourer: Division Tinana: Subdivision: Wide Bay
    Bundesen Karen Marie Emilie: Residence: Tinana: Occupation: Home Duties:Division Tinana: Subdivision: Wide Bay
    [Note; Tinana is very near to Maryborough just a little south on the road to Tiaro].

    QUEENSLAND ELECTORAL ROLL 1922:
    Number 523: Surname: Bundesen: Given Names: Peter Henry: Residence: Calton Hill: Occupation: Carpenter: Subdivision: Gympie: Division: Wide Bay. ID.381652

    QUEENSLAND ELECTORAL ROLL 1936;
    Number 672; Bundesen Mary Agnes: Residence: Bligh Street
    Number 673: Bundesen Peter Henry: Residence: Bligh Street, Caton Hill; Occupation; Carpenter:
    Subdivision: Gympie: Division: Wide Bay.






    Buried:

    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


    Died:
    Death Registration
    Name: BUNDESEN Peter Henry: Death: 14.05 1944 Father. Peter Petersen BUNDESEN: Mother:Christina Elizabeth KRAAG Reg. no. 1944/001807 [Qld. B.D.& M.Register]

    Friday morning St St. Mary's. MR. PETER H. BUNDESEN: As befittted an honoured citizen, ... passing away of Mr. P. H. Bundesen. resident of Beaconsfield
    Maryborough Chronicle, Wide Bay and Burnett Advertiser, Queensland, Thursday, 18 May 1944
    (Coming)


    Peter married Karen Maria Emilie Sundstrup 14 Mar 1902, Maryborough District, Queensland, Australia. Karen (daughter of Anton Marinus Christensen Sundstrup and Karen Marie Emilie Madsen) was born 15 Mar1879, Helligand Parish, Copenhagen, Denmark ; was christened 25 Mar 1879, Helligand Kirke; died 19 Jul 1917, Gympie, Queensland, Australia; was buried 21 Jul 1917, Gympie Two Mile Cemetery, Queensland, Australia. [Group Sheet]


  2. 13.  Karen Maria Emilie Sundstrup was born 15 Mar1879, Helligand Parish, Copenhagen, Denmark ; was christened 25 Mar 1879, Helligand Kirke (daughter of Anton Marinus Christensen Sundstrup and Karen Marie Emilie Madsen); died 19 Jul 1917, Gympie, Queensland, Australia; was buried 21 Jul 1917, Gympie Two Mile Cemetery, Queensland, Australia.

    Other Events:

    • Emigration: 20 Oct 1885, Emigiration from Copenhagen via London to Queensland, Australia; Karen Marie Emilie Sundstrup emigrated with her family on the Ship Dorunda. DORUNDA 16 01 1886 Brisbane London 20 10 1885 PL M1701 (imm/121) .... .... DORUNDA S.S 20 01 1886 Maryborough ... .... AL M471 (ima 3/7) [IA] : Index to Register of Prospective Immigrants nominated for passage 1884-1896 NAME Type Date Page Item ID Prev Sys M/film No SUNDSTRUP Karen Marie Emily Nominee 27 Feb 1885 23 18403 IMA3/11 Z320 Index to Registers of Immigrant Ships' Arrivals 1848-1912 NAME Age Ship Date Location Page M/film 1 Microfilm 2 SUNDSTRUP Karen 5 Dorunda 16 Jan 1886 IMM/121 29 Z1962 M1701, M1702 The Dorunda sailed from Gravesend, London on 20 Oct 1885 and arrived at Cooktown, North Queensland on 9 Dec 1885. It proceeded to Townsville and was ordered to sail to Peel Island quarantine station on 11 December 1885.The Dorunda arrived in Mortein Bay on 14 Dec 1885 and proceeded to Peel Island on 15 December 1885.The ship and passengers remained in quarantine until the 16 Jan 1886 when they arrived in Brisbane, Queensland. There were seventeen deaths from cholera, four deaths (infants) from other causes ; two births on the ship, and one on Peel Island. DORUNDA 1875 2,977 gross tons, length 368.5ft x beam 37.2ft, iron hull, one funnel, three masts (rigged for sail), single screw, speed 11 knots, accommodation for 237 passengers. Built 1875 by Wm. Denny & Bros, Dumbarton for British India Associated Steamers for the UK - India service. In 1881 she transferred to the Queensland Royal Mail route from UK to Brisbane and in 1884 carried the first cargo of frozen meat from Brisbane to the UK. 1887 rebuilt by Denny to 3,316 gross tons. 7th Dec.1894 wrecked at Peniche on the Portuguese coast. SHIPWRECKS ON THE UK - AUSTRALIA RUN Dorunda. Iron steamer, 3136 tons. Built at Dumbarton, 1875. Lbd 368.5 x 37.3 x 28.3 ft. Owned by the British, India Steam Navigation Company. Left Brisbane for London on 31 July 1894; wrecked on the Portuguese coast on 27 September 1894. Struck rocks near Peniche, but was soon towed free and beached. All the passengers and crew reached safety. By early November she was breaking up after a substantial amount of her cargo had been recovered. [AS6]
    • Queensland Electoral Roll: 1913, Tinana, just north of Maryborough, Qld.; QUEENSLAND ELECTORAL ROLL 1913: Bundesen Peter Henry: Residence Tinana: Occupation: Labourer: Division Tinana: Subdivision: Wide Bay Bundesen Karen Marie Emilie: Residence: Tinana: Occupation: Home Duties:Division Tinana: Subdivision: Wide Bay [Note; Tinana is very near to
    • Funeral Notice: 21 Jul 1917, Gympie Times and Mary River Mining Gazette , Queensland; FUNERAL NOTICES. T1HE Friends of MR. P. H. BUNDERSEN are respectfully invited to attend the FUNERAL of his Deceased Wife, to move from the Residence of her Brother (Mr. Henry Sundstrup), Beaconsfield street, off River Road, THIS DAY SATURDAY), at 11 o'clock a.m. AMBROSE & ASMUSSEN;Undertakers. THE Friends of Mr. HENRY J. SUNDSTRUP are respectfully invited to attend the FUNERAL of his Deceased Sister (the late MRS. P. H.BUNDERSEN), to move from his Residence, Boaconsfield street, off River Road, THIS DAY (SATURDAY), at 11 o'clock a.m. AMBROSE & ASMUSSEN, Undertakers. The Friends of MR. J. BERTELSEN are respectfully invited to attend the FUNERAL of his Deceased Sister-in-Law (the late MRS. P. H. BUNDERSEN), to move from the Residence of her Brother (Mr. Henry Sundstrup), Beaconsfield street off River Road, THIS DAY (SATURDAY), at 11 o'clock a.m. AMBROSE & ASMUSSEN, Undertakers. Gympie Times and Mary River Mining Gazette, Queensland, Saturday, 21 July 1917
    • Death: 23 Jul 1917, Maryborough Chronicle, Wide Bay and Burnett Advertiser, Queensland; TINANA News has just been receved of the sudden, death in Gympie to-day of Mrs. P. Bundesen, a resident cf Tinana, until a few months ago, when she removed to Gympie with her husband and family. The deceased was well known locallv and well liked by all. She was of a most kind hearted nature and a true friend in sickness and sorrow. Tinana folk will be shocked to hear of her death and will extend much sympathy to the bereaved husband and children. Maryborough Chronicle, Wide Bay and Burnett Advertiser, Queensland, Monday, 23 July 1917

    Notes:

    Birth:
    Helligand Kirkebog 1878-1885. Opslag 205. No. 40

    Christened:
    Her Grandfather Soren Madsen was a Sponser

    Buried:
    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

    Register Number: 15081
    Cemetery: Gympie
    Surname: Bundersen
    First Names: Karn Mary Amelia
    Date of Service: 21/07/1917
    location: PPB-7-119
    (Gympie Cemetery Search)


    Died:
    Death Registration:
    BUNDESEN, Karin Marie Emilie : Death: 19.07.1917: Father. Anton Marinus Christensen SUNDSTRUP; Mother. Karen Marie Emilie MADSEN. Reg. no. 1917/002875 [Qld. Death Register]

    TINANA. July 20
    Bundesen, a resident of Tinana until a few months ago, when she removed to Gympie with her husband
    Maryborough Chronicle, Wide Bay and Burnett Advertiser, Queensland, Monday, 23 July 1917

    Notes:

    Married:
    Marriage Registration:
    BUNDESEN Peter Henry: Marriage 14.03.1902: Spouse: Karen Marie Emilie SUNDSTRUP. Reg No 1902/C934 [Queensland Marriage Register 1829 -1937]

    Children:
    1. 6. Leslie Peter Bundesen was born 16 Oct 1904, Maryborough, Queensland, Australia; died 1968, Queensland, Australia.
    2. Alfred Emil Bundesen was born 28 Oct 1906, Maryborough District, Qld, Australia; died 28 Feb 1973, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia; was buried Albany Creek Columbarium, Brisbane, Queensland.
    3. Bertel Henry Bundesen was born 22 Sep 1908, Maryborough, Queensland, Australia; died 1988, Mackay, Queensland, Australia; was buried Mackay City Cemetery, Queensland, Australia .

  3. 14.  Walter William Henry Bellman was born 4 Oct 1874, Liverpool, Lancashire, England (son of Johann Heinrich Hermann Bellman and Bertha Adolphine Louisa Hirsch).

    Other Events:

    • Census: 1881, West Derby, Lancashire; 1881 England Census Henry J. D. Bellman Age: 43, born abt 1838 in Germany, Street address: 20 Moss St., West Derby, Lancashire, married: Occupaton: Furniture dealer Mary E. Bellman: Age: 36, born abt 1845 in Southport, Lancashire, England. Street address: 20 Moss St., West Derby, Lancashire. Wife Name: Ada E. Bellman Age: 13, born abt 1868, Liverpool, Lancashire, England, daughter, Street address: 20 Moss St., West Derby, Lancashire Name: Annie B. Bellman: Age: 15, born abt 1866, Southport, Lancashire, England , daughter, Street address: 20 Moss St., West Derby, Lancashire Name: W.D.Walter Bellman: Age: 6 , born abt 1875, Liverpool, Lancashire, England, son, Street address: 20 Moss St., West Derby, Lancashire Name: Albert D. Bellman Age: 3, born abt. 1878, Liverpool, Lancashire, England, son, Street address: 20 Moss St., West Derby, Lancashire Note: Henry J. D. Bellman must be Johann Heinrich Hermann Bellmann and his seaond wife Mary Ellen. Johann Heinrich Hermann Bellmann first wife and mother of the children, Bertha Adolphine Louisa Hirsch died in 1879 in Liverpool, Lancashire, England. W.D.Walter Bellman must be Walter William Henry Bellman
    • Queensland Electoral Roll: 1903, Tingalpa, Brisbane; Queensland Electoral Roll 1903 Division of Oxley - Polling -Place of Junction of Cleveland and Lytton Roads Bellman, Annie Wemyss, Tingalpa, home duties Bellman, Walter William Henry, Tingalpa, canvasser
    • Queensland Electoral Roll: 1903, Balmoral Brick and Tile Works, Brisbane; Queensland Electoral Roll 1903 Division of Oxley - Polling -Place of Hemmant Bellman, Annie Wemyss, Balmoral Brick and Tile Works, domestic duties Bellman, Walter William Henry, Balmoral Brick and Tile Works, traveller
    • Queensland Electoral Roll: 1913 -1925, Norman St., Woolloongabba; Queensland Electoral Roll 1913 Division of Oxley, Subdivision of Woolloongabba Bellman, Annie Wemyss, Noreman st., home duties Bellman, Walter William Henry, Norman st., gate maker Queensland Electoral Roll 1919 Division of Oxley, Subdivision of Woolloongabba Bellman, Annie Wemyss, Noreman st., home duties Bellman, Walter William Henry, Norman st., gate maker Queensland Electoral Roll 1925 Division of Oxley, subdivision of Buranda Bellman, Annie Wemyss, Norman st., home duties Bellman, Walter William Henry, Norman st., gate maker
    • Queensland Electoral Roll: 1937, Heidelberg St., East Brisbane; Queensland Electoral Roll 1937 Division of Griffith, Subdivision of Maree Bellman, Annie Wemyss, Heidelberg st., East Brisbane, home duties Bellman, Lyndall Rose, Heidelberg st., East Brisbane, cost clerk Bellman, Walter William Henry, Heidelberg st., East Brisbane, painter
    • Queensland Electoral Roll: 1949 - 1954, "Halley", Tamworth st., Annerley, Brisbane; Queensland Electoral Roll 1949 Division, Griffith (Subdivision, Stephens) Bellman, Annie Wemyss, "Halley", Tamworth st., Annerley Bellman, Walter William Henry, Tamworth st., Annerley, painter Queensland Electoral Roll 1964 Division, Griffith (Subdivision, Stephens) Bellman, Annie Wemyss, "Halley", Tamworth st., Annerley Bellman, Walter William Henry, Tamworth st., Annerley, painter

    Walter married Annie Wemyss Kelly 7 Mar 1894, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. Annie (daughter of Alexander Kelly and Christina Low Phillips) was born 14 Oct 1873, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. [Group Sheet]


  4. 15.  Annie Wemyss Kelly was born 14 Oct 1873, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia (daughter of Alexander Kelly and Christina Low Phillips).

    Other Events:

    • Queensland Electoral Roll: 1903, Tingalpa, Brisbane; Queensland Electoral Roll 1903 Division of Oxley - Polling -Place of Junction of Cleveland and Lytton Roads Bellman, Annie Wemyss, Tingalpa, home duties Bellman, Walter William Henry, Tingalpa, canvasser
    • Queensland Electoral Roll: 1903, Balmoral Brick and Tile Works; Queensland Electoral Roll 1903 Division of Oxley - Polling -Place of Hemmant Bellman, Annie Wemyss, Balmoral Brick and Tile Works, domestic duties Bellman, Walter William Henry, Balmoral Brick and Tile Works, traveller
    • Queensland Electoral Roll: 1913 -1919, Norman St., Woolloongabba; Queensland Electoral Roll 1913 Division of Oxley, Subdivision of Woolloongabba Bellman, Annie Wemyss, Norman st., home duties Bellman, Walter William Henry, Norman st., gate maker Queensland Electoral Roll 1919 Division of Oxley, Subdivision of Woolloongabba Bellman, Annie Wemyss, Norman st., home duties Bellman, Walter William Henry, Norman st., gate maker

    Notes:

    Birth:
    Name: Ann Wemyss Kelly; Birth Date: 14 Oct 1873; Father's name: Alexander Kelly; Mother's name: Christina Low Phillips: Birth Place: Queensland 7803 Registration Number: B016575
    (Queensland Birth Register 1929 - 1914)
    Death

    Notes:

    Married:
    Name: Walter William Henry Bellman: Spouse Name: Annie Wemyss Kelly: Marriage Date: 7 Mar 1894: Marriage Place: Queensland: Registration Number: B016696
    (Queensland Marriage Register 1829 - 1934)

    Children:
    1. 7. Delcia Jessie Bellman was born 29 Jun 1894, Queensland, Australia; died 12 Apr 1995, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia ; was buried Mt Thompson Memorial Gardens, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia .
    2. Merlin Christina Bertha Bellman was born 11 Feb 1897, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.
    3. Lyndall Rose Bellman was born 18 Jul 1901, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.
    4. Walter George Henry Bellman was born 9 Mar 1906, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia; died 13 Aug 1968, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.


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