Daisy Franzisca Alice Brown

Female 1910 - Yes, date unknown


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Generation: 1

  1. 1.  Daisy Franzisca Alice Brown was born 1910, Brisbane, Qld (daughter of Thomas Samson Brown and Eugenie Selina Beck); died Yes, date unknown.

Generation: 2

  1. 2.  Thomas Samson Brown was born 23 Jul 1882, Qld (son of Samson Brown and Lydia Potter); died Yes, date unknown.

    Other Events:

    • Electoral Roll: 1903, Wide Bay, Maleny
    • Electoral Roll: 1905, Wide Bay, Maleny

    Notes:

    Electoral Roll:
    Samson Brown, Obi Park, farmer
    Fanny Jane Brown, Obi Park, domestic duties
    Thomas Samson Brown, Maleny, labourer
    Jane Samel Brown, Maleny, domestic duties

    Please note:
    Jane Samel Brown, will be Eugenie (Thomas Samson Brown's new wife)

    Electoral Roll:
    Samson Brown, Obi Park, farmer
    Fanny Jane Brown, Obi Park, domestic duties
    Thomas Samson Brown, Maleny, labourer
    Jane Samel Brown, Maleny, domestic duties

    Please note:
    Jane Samel Brown, will be Eugenie (Thomas Samson Brown's new wife)

    Thomas married Eugenie Selina Beck 1902, Qld. [Group Sheet]


  2. 3.  Eugenie Selina Beck

    Other Events:

    • Electoral Roll: 1903, Wide Bay, Maleny
    • Electoral Roll: 1905, Wide Bay, Maleny

    Notes:

    Electoral Roll:
    Samson Brown, Obi Park, farmer
    Fanny Jane Brown, Obi Park, domestic duties
    Thomas Samson Brown, Maleny, labourer
    Jane Samel Brown, Maleny, domestic duties

    Please note:
    Jane Samel Brown, will be Eugenie (Thomas Samson Brown's new wife)

    Electoral Roll:
    Samson Brown, Obi Park, farmer
    Fanny Jane Brown, Obi Park, domestic duties
    Thomas Samson Brown, Maleny, labourer
    Jane Samel Brown, Maleny, domestic duties

    Please note:
    Jane Samel Brown, will be Eugenie (Thomas Samson Brown's new wife)

    Children:
    1. Thomas Sydney Brown was born 1903, Qld; died Yes, date unknown.
    2. James Benjamin Brown was born 1904, Qld; died Yes, date unknown.
    3. Ruby Jane Zidonia Brown was born 1906, Brisbane, Qld; died Yes, date unknown.
    4. 1. Daisy Franzisca Alice Brown was born 1910, Brisbane, Qld; died Yes, date unknown.
    5. Violet Eveline Rose Brown was born 1912, Brisbane, Qld; died Yes, date unknown.
    6. Willie Henry Brown was born 1914, Brisbane, Qld; died Yes, date unknown.


Generation: 3

  1. 4.  Samson Brown was born 1848, West Wratting, Cambridgeshire (son of Thomas Brown, - Ag lab and Matilda Bradford); died 24 Sep 1934, Woodford; was buried Woodford Cemetery.

    Other Events:

    • Immigration: 9 Mar 1875, Queensland onboard 'Corlic'; Samson Brown, 25yrs Lydia Brown, 20yrs Amelia Brown, infant
    • Electoral Roll: 1903, Wide Bay, Maleny
    • Electoral Roll: 1905, Wide Bay, Maleny

    Notes:

    (Research):Sampson Brown
    Sampson Brown selected his portion on 21 Mar 1880. His selection 1322 ( not 1332 as most documents incorrectly state) of 330 acres. It was next to Joseph MCCarthy on (the now) Stanley River Rd. He was born in Cambridgeshire England. His soujourn before arriving on the Blackall Range was via Brisbane, Seedy Creek, Broadwater, Redland Bay (then Priests Gully), Eight Mile Plains, Blackall Range. He went to finally live in Woodford. He arrived in Brisbane by the ship "Callet" on 3rd March 1873 after a voyage of 90 days. He had only 1 pound ($2) in his pocket. Sampson married Lydia Potter, daughter of James Potter (not Patten) of West Wratting, England and they had two sons and five daughters. After Lydia died he remarried Fanny Jane Goodman by whom he had one daughter and two sons. He cut a path through the standing scrub with his own hands to his selection and built a 3 bedroom house of cherrywood. He was a very strong man who was able to hump a 200lb bag of flour from Bald Knob to his selection at Wootha, a distance of 7 miles (11+ kms). With sturdy spirit he wrested a livelihood from the virgin bush under extreme hardship to contribute to the establishment of Maleny. Tragedy stuck the Brown family as it did many of our pioneers. His daughter Louisa from his first marriage died 3 June 1883 age 2 years of inflammation of the lungs lasting 9 days. She was born at Eight Mile Plains. She was buried in Reserve 138 Gympie Rd, Mellum Creek (Landsborough), believed to be the first burial in this reserve. (Other records say Obi Park).
    Information supplied by
    http://www.malenyrealty.com.au/resources/maleny_history.html
    contributed by Bill Johnston

    Electoral Roll:
    Samson Brown, Obi Park, farmer
    Fanny Jane Brown, Obi Park, domestic duties
    Thomas Samson Brown, Maleny, labourer
    Jane Samel Brown, Maleny, domestic duties

    Please note:
    Jane Samel Brown, will be Eugenie (Thomas Samson Brown's new wife)

    Electoral Roll:
    Samson Brown, Obi Park, farmer
    Fanny Jane Brown, Obi Park, domestic duties
    Thomas Samson Brown, Maleny, labourer
    Jane Samel Brown, Maleny, domestic duties

    Please note:
    Jane Samel Brown, will be Eugenie (Thomas Samson Brown's new wife)

    Samson married Lydia Potter 1873, Linton, UK. Lydia (daughter of James Potter and Harriet Sparks) died 31 Mar 1893, Qld. [Group Sheet]


  2. 5.  Lydia Potter (daughter of James Potter and Harriet Sparks); died 31 Mar 1893, Qld.
    Children:
    1. John Brown died 11 Apr 1892, Brisbane, Qld.
    2. Amelia Elizabeth Brown was born circa 1874, England.
    3. James Henry Brown was born 14 Jul 1876, Qld; died Yes, date unknown.
    4. Lucy Ann Brown was born 14 Dec 1878, Qld; died 20 Nov 1914, Qld.
    5. Louisa Brown was born 9 Oct 1880, Eight Mile Plains, Qld; died 3 Jun 1883, Qld; was buried Reserve 138 Gympie Rd, Mellum Creek (Landsborough).
    6. 2. Thomas Samson Brown was born 23 Jul 1882, Qld; died Yes, date unknown.
    7. Henrietta Brown was born 9 Jul 1885, Qld; died Yes, date unknown.
    8. Mary Ann Brown was born 5 Mar 1888, Qld; died Yes, date unknown.
    9. Selina Margaret Brown was born 1890, Qld; died Yes, date unknown.
    10. Lydia Brown was born 26 Mar 1893, Qld; died 29 Mar 1893, Qld.


Generation: 4

  1. 8.  Thomas Brown, - Ag lab was born Abt 1815, West Wratting, Cambridgeshire; died Yes, date unknown.

    Thomas — Matilda Bradford. Matilda was born Abt 1814, West Wratting, Cambridgeshire; died Yes, date unknown. [Group Sheet]


  2. 9.  Matilda Bradford was born Abt 1814, West Wratting, Cambridgeshire; died Yes, date unknown.
    Children:
    1. Elizabeth Brown was born 1841, West Wratting, Cambridgeshire; died Yes, date unknown.
    2. James Brown was born 1843, West Wratting, Cambridgeshire; died Yes, date unknown.
    3. 4. Samson Brown was born 1848, West Wratting, Cambridgeshire; died 24 Sep 1934, Woodford; was buried Woodford Cemetery.
    4. John Brown was born 1855, West Wratting, Cambridgeshire; died Yes, date unknown.
    5. Henrietta Brown was born 1860, West Wratting, Cambridgeshire; died Yes, date unknown.

  3. 10.  James Potter

    James married Harriet Sparks 30 Nov 1844, Linton, UK. [Group Sheet]


  4. 11.  Harriet Sparks
    Children:
    1. 5. Lydia Potter died 31 Mar 1893, Qld.


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