Peter Menadue

Male 1927 - 1998  (70 years)


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Generation: 1

  1. 1.  Peter Menadue was born 28 Jun 1927 (son of Roy Menadue and Vera/Veronica Margaret Eastmure); died 2 Jun 1998, Footscray, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia; was buried Footscray Cemetery, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.

Generation: 2

  1. 2.  Roy Menadue was born 1896, Chiltern, Victoria, Australia (son of James Menadue and Maude Celestine Blampied); died 3 Jul 1983, Park, Victoria, Australia.

    Notes:

    Birth:
    Name: Roy Menadue
    Father's Name: Jas Menadue
    Mother's name: Maud Celistene Blampied
    Birth Place: Chiltern, Victoria
    Registration Year: 1896
    Registration Place: Victoria
    Registration number: 26794
    (Victoria Birth Register)

    Roy married Vera/Veronica Margaret Eastmure 1923, Victoria, Australia. Vera/Veronica died 15 Mar 1967, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia; was buried Footscray Cemetery, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. [Group Sheet]


  2. 3.  Vera/Veronica Margaret Eastmure died 15 Mar 1967, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia; was buried Footscray Cemetery, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
    Children:
    1. Noel James Menadue died 7 Oct 1933, Children's Hospital, Carlton, Victoria, Australia; was buried 9 Oct 1933, Footscray Cemetery, Victoria, Australia.
    2. 1. Peter Menadue was born 28 Jun 1927; died 2 Jun 1998, Footscray, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia; was buried Footscray Cemetery, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.


Generation: 3

  1. 4.  James MenadueJames Menadue was born 1866, Victoria, Australia; died 19 Aug 1949, 65 Rupert Street, West Footscray, Victoria, Australia; was buried 22 Aug 1949, Footscray Cemetery, Victoria, Australia.

    Other Events:

    • Funeral Notice: 20 Aug 1949, The Argus, Melbourne, Victori; MENADUE-The Funeral of the late Mr JAMES MENADUE will leave his residence, 65 Rupert street, West Footscray, on MONDAY at 3 30 p.m. for the Footscray Cemetery The Argus, Melbourne, Victoria, Saturday, 20 August 1949
    • Death Notice: 20 Aug 1949, The Argus, Melbourne, Victoria; MENADUE.-On August 19, at his residence 65 Rupert street, West Footscray, James Menadue, the dearly loved husband of the late Maude, loving father of Fred., Roy, Ernest, William, Alice (Mrs A. Lane), Ida, and Arthur (deceased), aged 83 years.-Mother and father reunited. The Argus, Melbourne, Victoria, Saturday, 20 August 1949

    Notes:

    Died:
    Birth: 1866
    Victoria, Australia
    Death: Aug. 19, 1949
    Footscray
    Victoria, Australia
    Parents:
    Bridget McShane Menadue (1834 - 1918)
    Spouse:
    Maude Celestine Blampied Menadue (1873 - 1943)
    Children:
    Ernest Henry Menadue (1899 - 1978)*
    William Menadue (1903 - 1988)*
    Ida Menadue (1908 - 1987)*
    (Find A Grave Memorial)

    James married Maude Celestine Blampied 1893, Victoria, Australia. Maude (daughter of Auguste Jean Baptiste Blanpied/Blampied and Catherine Hayes) was born 1873, Blampied,Victoria, Australia; died 12 Apr 1943, 65 Rupert Street, Footscray West, Victoria, Australia; was buried 14 Apr 1943, Footscray Cemetery, Victoria, Australia. [Group Sheet]


  2. 5.  Maude Celestine BlampiedMaude Celestine Blampied was born 1873, Blampied,Victoria, Australia (daughter of Auguste Jean Baptiste Blanpied/Blampied and Catherine Hayes); died 12 Apr 1943, 65 Rupert Street, Footscray West, Victoria, Australia; was buried 14 Apr 1943, Footscray Cemetery, Victoria, Australia.

    Other Events:

    • Death Notice: 14 Apr 1943, The Argus, Melbourne, Victoria; MENADUE.-On April 12, Maude Menadue, of 65 Rupert street, Footscray West, loved wife of James, and loving mother of Frederick, Roy, Henry, William, Alice (Mrs. Lane), Ida, and Arthur (deceased), aged 70 years.-In God's care. MENADUE.-On April 12, Maude Celestine, daughter of the late Auguste and Catherine Blampied, of Blampied, loved sister of Emile, Josephine (deceased), Victor, Ernest, John, Catherine, and Henry. Requiescat in pace. Transcribed from "The Argus, Melbourne, Victoria", Thursday, 14 April 1943
    • Funeral Notice: 14 Apr 1943, The Argus,Melbourne, Victoria; MENADUE.-The Funeral of the late Mrs. MAUDE MENADUE will leave 65 Rupert street, Footscray (privately). THIS DAY, at 11 a.m.. for the Footscray Cemetery. W A. WARNE. MW1209 Transcribed from "The Argus,Melbourne, Victoria", Wednesday 14 April 1943

    Notes:

    Died:
    Birth: 1873
    Blampied,Victoria, Australia
    Death: Apr.12,1943
    South Melbourne,Victoria, Australia
    Parents:
    Auguste Blampied (1831-1883)
    Catherine Hayes Blampied (1849-1889)
    Spouse:
    James Menadue (1866-1949)
    (Find A Grave Memorial)

    Notes:

    Married:
    Name: Maud Celestine Blampied
    Spouse Name: Jos Menadue
    Marriage Place: Victoria
    Registration Place: Victoria
    Registration Year: 1893
    Registration number: 3354
    (Victoria Marriage Register)

    Children:
    1. Frederick James Menadue died 1962, Fitzroy, Victoria, Australia.
    2. Arthur Leonard Menadue died 30 May 1920, Carlton, Victoria, Australia; was buried Footscray Cemetery, Victoria, Australia.
    3. Henry Ernest Menadue was born 1899, Chiltern, Victoria, Australia; died 23 Nov 1979, Kew, Victoria, Australia; was buried Footscray Cemetery, Victoria, Australia.
    4. 2. Roy Menadue was born 1896, Chiltern, Victoria, Australia; died 3 Jul 1983, Park, Victoria, Australia.
    5. William Menadue was born 8 Jan 1903, Chiltern, Victoria, Australia; died 28 Jul 1988, Chiltern, Victoria, Australia; was buried Footscray Cemetery, Victoria, Australia.
    6. Alice Maude Menadue was born 1905, Chiltern, Victoria, Australia; died 10 Sep 1995; was buried Eganstown/Blanket Flat Cemetery Eganstown, Victoria, Australia .
    7. Ida Menadue was born 1908, Chiltern, Victoria, Australia; died 23 Nov 1987, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia; was buried Footscray Cemetery, Victoria, Australia.


Generation: 4

  1. 10.  Auguste Jean Baptiste  Blanpied/BlampiedAuguste Jean Baptiste Blanpied/Blampied was born Circa 1832, Salonnes, Department of Murthe-et-Moselle, Lorraine, France (son of Pierre Nicholas Blanpied and Marie Francoise Jardin/Geardin); died 29 Jul 1883, Mount Prospect, Victoria, Australia; was buried 31 Jul 1883, Mount Prospect Cemetery, Victoria, Australia.

    Other Events:

    • Emigration: 1856, From Murthe-et-Moselle, Lorraine, France to Victoria, Australia ; In his Memorial for his naturalization on 25 Apr 1865, August Jean Baptist Blampied, stated that he arrived in Victoria on 5 May 1855, on the ship Salem. There is no Blampied on the Passenger List for this voyage. The Salem arrived in Victoria again on 1 May 1856. On the Passenger List for this voyage these names appear. BLANCPIED, Jales, age 22, arrival May 1856, ship Salem. BLANCPIED, Made, age 25, arrival May 1856, ship Salem. (Index to Unassisted Inward Passenger Lists to Victoria 1852-1923) Jules is probably Jean. The 1855 Voyage. May 14, 1855 - Ship Arrival The clipper Salem, of the White Star line, arrived at Melbourne with private UK mails. (Departed Liverpool February 20, 1855). (T-144) SHIPPNG INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED (HOBSON'S BAY). SHIPPNG INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED (HOBSON'S BAY). May 15.-Salem, ship, 915 tons, M. Flynn, from Liverpool 20th February. Passengers-Cabin : Mrs Varian, family and servant; Mrs. Robinson, Mrs. M'Dougal, Miss Baker, Messrs. Russell, Harris: and two hundred and eight in the intermediate and steerage. Willis, Merry and Co., agents. Transcribed from the Argus, Melbourne, Victoria, Thursday 17 May 1855
    • Personal: 1863, Victoria government (Government Gazettes, Victoria ; First Name: Auguste Last Name: Blampied Title: Year: 1863 Subject: Dissolution of Partnership Page: 1519 Country: Australia State: Victoria Location: Record set: Victoria government (Government Gazettes, Victoria 1858-1900)
    • Personal: 26 Apr 1865, The Ballarat Star, Vctoria; THURSDAY, 4th MAY To Hotelkeepers. Storekeepers, Speculators, and others. FREEHOLD PROPERTY. THE MOUNT PROSPECT HOTEL, STORE, AND BUTCHERY, Groceries, Clothing, Horses, Waggon, Harness, &c, &c. ROBERT MATHER has been instructed by the owner, Mr Blampied (who is leaving the colony), to sell by auction, on the above-named date, on the premises, all that Valuable Property consisting of Six acres of rich Agricultural Land, on which is erected the well-known Mount Prospect Hotel, Store, and Butchery, all doing a most lucrative business. THE LAND Is of the most fertile description, thoroughly cleared and fenced. THE HOTEL Is doing a large and regular trade, and is at present let at a high rental. It is a commodious building, containing eight rooms, large bar, and all the necessary fittings. THE STORE AND BUTCHERY Are attached, and are, without doubt, from their fortunate accident of position, one of the best up-country establishments in the colony. The former is well known as the "Frenchman's" store, and has been in existence for many years. All the premises are insured. THE STOCK Consists of 19 chests of tea, -1/4, 1/2 and whole chests 6 casks currants, each 300 lbs 4 cases raisins 19 bags Mauritius sugar 10 do Patna rice 4 cases oilman's stores 10 boxes sperm candles 6 dozen colonial assorted jams 250 lbs tobacco (all sorts) 100 lbs coffee 2 dozen tins red herrings Lump sugar, cheese, flour, salt soap, oats, - bran, and a quantity of provisions and groceries too numerous to mention. Also, a large quantity of IRONMONGERY AND CLOTHING. The latter consists of Blankets, shirts, trousers, hosiery, boots, shoes, &c. Also, A pair of chesnut horses (a thorough match), Prince and Fanny, both young and thoroughly staunch Also, An American waggon, with two sets of harness. The auctioneer, in calling attention to this sale, considers it needless to expatiate on the value of this well-known and long-established property. It is most happily situated in the centre of the rich agricultural district of Bullarook, on the main line of road from Creswick to Daylesford, being nine miles from the former town and seven from the latter, and in close proximity to the Rocky Lead, Blanket Flat, and Deep Creek diggings. Terms:-For freehold property, one-half cash, one quarter in three months, the remainder in twelve months, bearing bank interest. Sale to commence at twelve o'clock sharp. Luncheon provided. Transcribed from The Ballarat Star, Vctoria, Wednesday 26 April 1865
    • Personal: 1872, Outstanding Accounts Pay Office Daylesford ; First Name: A Last Name: Blampied Title: Year: 1872 Subject: Outstanding Accounts Pay Office Daylesford Page: 1912 Country: Australia State: Victoria Location: Daylesford Record set: Victoria government gazettes (Government Gazettes, Victoria 1858-1900(
    • Personal: 1873, Shareholders Kangaroo Hills Gold Mining Co ; First Name: Ausguste Last Name: Blampied Title: Year: 1873 Subject: Shareholders Kangaroo Hills Gold Mining Co Country: Australia State: Victoria Location: Mount Prospect Record set: Victoria government gazettes First Name: Auguste Last Name: Blampied Title: Mrs Year: 1873 Subject: Shareholders Kangaroo Hills Gold Mining Co (Gazettes, Victoria 1858-1900)
    • Personal: 1873, Insolvency Court ; irst Name: August Last Name: Blampied Title: Year: 1873 Subject: Insolvency Court Page: 709 Country: Australia State: Victoria Location: Mount Prospect Record set: Victoria government gazettes (Government Gazettes, Victoria 1858-1900 )
    • Personal: 13 May 1873, The Argus, Melbourne, Victoria; INSOLVENT COURT Wednesday, May 7 [Befors his Honour Judge Noel] RE AUGUSTE BLAMPIED. An examination sitting was held in the estate of Auguste Blampied, of Mount Prospect, near Daylesford, publican, butcher, and storekeeper; Mr. Farmer appearing for the trustee. The estate had been transferred from the Castlemaine Court to this court. The in solvent, who filed his schedule on the 5th April, was examined, and said that in September last he obtained an extension of time from his creditors to pay their debts in. He then showed them a statement in which his debts appeared at something like 700, and his assets were estimated as worth 400 in stock-in-trade, 600 or 700 in good and bad debts, 250 in land, and 100 in sundries. Within the month before insolvency he sold a buggy to his brother at Pleasant Creek. It was sold on the 20th or 21st March, together with a horse and harness, for 35. He had not kept a cash-book lately, but kept a ledger, day-book, and cheque-book. His books were stolen about the 1st or 2nd April. The books were left in the store while he went to the bar to serve customers. He stayed in the bar some time, and then went to bed, and left the door of the store open. On the next morning he found the books had been taken away. Had never seen the books since. Would swear he never said to Davey, the trustee's agent, that the books had been burnt Did not point out to one Paterson a shed or building, and tell him that the books were burnt in that building. He admitted that in September last he represented his estate at a good bit more than it was worth, but said the creditors were hard, and he thought that if the season turned out good he would get over his difficulties. Some time last month he conveyed the land which he had owned to his brother. His brother had lent him 100 in May, 1872, and on the 18th March last 150 more. The hotel, store, and cottage were built on the land. Emile Blampied, brother of the insolvent, was also examined, he said his brother conveyed the land and property to him on the 18th March for 250, which he had paid to the insolvent, namely, 100 in May, 1872, and 150 on the 18th March. The money was all paid in bank notes. The sitting was adjourned to the 26th May. Transcribed from "The Argus, Melbourne, Victoria", Tuesday 13 May 1873
    • Personal: 28 May 1873, The Argus, Melbourne, Victoria; RE AUGUSTE BLAMPIED. There was no appearance in the examination case set down to be heard in the case of A. Blampied, of Mount Prospect, butcher and storekeeper, and the case was struck out. Transcribed from "The Argus, Melbourne, Victoria," Wednesday 28 May 1873
    • Personal: 6 Oct 1873, The Argus, Melbourne, Victoria; RE AUGUST BLAMPIED This was an adjourned certificate appplication in the estate of A. Blampied, of Mount Prospect, storekeeper. Mr. Geake appeared for the insolvent and Mr Lawes for the creditors who opposed the granting of the certificate. The meeting was adjourned by consent to the 15th inst., the insolvent being directed to file an amending affidavit within one week and leave being given to file an amended notice of objections. Transcribed from The Argus, Melbourne, Victoria, Monday 6 October 1873
    • Personal: 14 Jun 1883, The Argus, Melbourne, Victoria; A. Blampied, of Mount Prospect, was charged with selling inferior brandy labelled as Hennessy's, and also with selling brandy labelled as bottled by Jas. Service and Co. Mr. Anglin, revenue inspector, stated that when he seized the brandy in question he found a cask of Prunier's brandy on the preimises, which the defendant stated cost 19s, 6d per gallon. Prunier's brandy was inferior to either Henneasy's or Service's. The defendant had drawn a fine line across the name Hennessy on the one label, and across that of Jas. Service and Co. on the other, but the line could not be observed at any distance away. There was a small label on the back of each bottle inscribed " Bottled by A. Blampied." Mansfield Bruce deposed that the liquor seized was inferior brandy, considerably under proof. It was genuine Prunier's brandy. Fined 2 on each charge of illegally using labels, and 10s. on each charge of selling, with 1 19s. 8d. costs in one case, and 4 15s. 8d. in the other. Mr. Geake conducted tbe prosecution, and Mr. Martyre appeared in the defended cases. Transcribed from "The Argus, Melbourne, Victoria," Thursday 14 June 1883
    • Inquest: 2 Aug 1883, he Argus, Melbourne, Victoria; DAYLESFORD, WEDNESDAY EVENING. An inquest was held this afternoon, before Mr. C. H. Nicolson, P.M., on the body of Auguste Blampied, a publican at Mount Prospect, who died early yesterday morning from injuries received in a quarrel in his hotel on Sunday evening. Two lads, named George and John Poole, were present in custody, charged with causing the death of the deceased. The evidence taken showed that several persons were drinking in deceased's hotel on Sunday evening. One of the prisoners accused the deceased of being double-faced. Deceased said he would not submit to such an accusation, and aimed a blow at one of the prisoners with a poker. The prisoner grappled with the deceased, and took the poker from him, when he seized a chair and struck the prisoner with it, breaking the chair over him. A general quarrel then ensued. The medical evidence showed that the deceased's death was caused through injuries to the bowels, a large lump on the groin, and internal bruises. One of the prisoners had a severe cut over one eye, inflicted during the quarrel. Both the prisoners were found guilty of manslaughter, and committed for trial at the Sandhurst Court of Assizes. Bail was accepted in two sureties of 50 each. The deceased was a Frenchman, aged 55, and leaves a wife and large family. Transcribed from "The Argus, Melbourne, Victoria", Thursday, 2 August 1883
    • Personal: 2 Aug 1883, The Argus, Melbourne, Victoria; DAYLESFORD, WEDNESDAY EVENING. An inquest was held this afternoon, before Mr. C. H. Nicolson, P.M., on the body of Auguste Blampied, a publican at Mount Prospect, who died early yesterday morning from injuries received in a quarrel in his hotel on Sunday evening. Two lads, named George and John Poole, were present in custody, charged with causing the death of the deceased. The evidence taken showed that several persons were drinking in deceased's hotel on Sunday evening. One of the prisoners accused the deceased of being double-faced. Deceased said he would not submit to such an accusation, and aimed a blow at one of the prisoners with a poker. The prisoner grappled with the deceased, and took the poker from him, when he seized a chair and struck the prisoner with it, breaking the chair over him. A general quarrel then ensued. The medical evidence showed that the deceased's death was caused through injuries to the bowels, a large lump on the groin, and internal bruises. One of the prisoners had a severe cut over one eye, inflicted during the quarrel. Both the prisoners were found guilty of man slaughter, and committed for trial at the Sandhurst Court of Assizes. Bail was accepted in two sureties of 50 each. The deceased was a Frenchman, aged 55, and leaves a wife and large family. Transcribed from "The Argus, Melbourne, Victoria", Thursday, 2 August 1883
    • Death.: 3 Aug 1883, The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser, Heathcote, Victoria; DEATH FROM VOLENCE: DAYLESFORD, Tuesday. A sad tragedy has just bean enacted at Mount Prospect, about eight miles from Daylesford, on the Creswiok road. It appears that on Sunday night, two youths named Pool, aged about sixteen and eighteen respectively, were passing the evening at an hotel kept by Mr. Augusta E. Blampied. The three were playing cards, when a dispute arose, and the two youths turned on Blampied, knocked him down on the floor, and so savagely kicked him that he died from internal rupture at 5 o'clock this morning. On Sunday night a messenger was sent to Creswick for a doctor, and subsequently to Kingston for the police. Since the death of Blampied the youths have been arrested pending the result of the inquest. They are residents of Mount Prospect, and have several relatives in the neighbourhood and in Daylesford, Blampied was a Frenchman, about fifty years of age, and though of an excitable temperament, was generally respected. He conducted a large business store, hotel, and post office-and is reputed to have been pretty well off. A widow and five young children are left. The brother of the deceased is a partner in the well-known vineyard of Trouette and Blampied, Great Western, having been one of the earliest settlers at Mount Prospect, and in buisness there for twenty-five years. The melancholy affair has caused, considerable excitement. "Telegraph." Transcribed from The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser, Heathcote, Victoria, Friday 3 August 1883
    • Inquest: 4 Aug 1883, The Maitland Mercury & Hunter River General Advertiser, NSW; An inquest into the death of Blampied began today at Clehesy's Hotel, Daylesford. The only evidence taken was that of Mrs. Blampied and Drs. Lindsay and Stevenson. Mrs. Blampied swore that the two young men Poole were quarrelling with the deceased in the bar of the hotel on Sunday night. Shortly afterwards the deceased, on going to bed, complained that he had been kicked in the right groin by the elder of the two youths. The evidence of the medical gentlemen was to the effect that death had been caused by external injury. In answer to the arresting Constable Could, they said that death might have arisen from a kick. The inquiry has been adjourned. Transcribed from "The Maitland Mercury & Hunter River General Advertiser, NSW", Saturday, 4 August 1883
    • Death: 7 Aug 1883, Kerang Times & Swan Hill Gazette, Western Australia; Shocking Tragedy. DAYLESFORD, Tuesday. A sad tragedy has just been enacted at Mount Prospect, about eight miles from Daylesford, on the Creswick road. It appears that on Sunday night, two youths named Pool, aged about sixteen and eighteen respecticely, were passing the evening at an hotel kept by Mr. August E. Blampied. The three were playing cards, when a dispute arose, and the two youths turned on Blampied, knocked him down on the floor, and so severely kicked him that he died from internal rupture at 5 o'clock this morning. On Sunday night a messenger was sent to Creswick for a doctor, and subsequently to Kingston for the police. Since the death of Blampied the youths have been arrested pending the result of the inquest. They are residents of Mount Prospect, and have several relatives in the neighbourhood and at Daylesford. A widow and five young children are left. The affair has caused considerable excitement. Transcribed from the "Kerang Times & Swan Hill Gazette, Western Australia", Tuesday, 7 August 1883

    Notes:

    The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848-1954) Tuesday 13 May 1873


    Birth:
    Name: MA?? Blancpins
    Estimated birth year: abt 1831
    Age: 25
    Arrival Date: 1 May 1856
    Arrival Port: Melbourne , Australia
    Departure Port: Liverpool
    Ship: Salem
    Nationality: Other Parts
    Victoria, Australia, Assisted and Unassisted Passenger Lists, 1839-1923

    Buried:
    Name:Augusta J B Blampied
    Death Date: 1883
    Burial Date: 31 Jul 1883
    Cemetery: Mount Prospect
    Cemetery Location: Mount Prospect, Victoria
    Compiled By: Australian Institute of Genealogical Studies
    Remarks: additional information available from AIGS
    (Australia Cemetery Index 1808-2007)

    Name: Jean B A Blampied
    Death Age: 52
    Birth Date: abt 1831
    Death Date: 1883
    Burial Date: 31 Jul 1883
    Cemetery: Mount Prospect
    Cemetery Location: Mount Prospect, Victoria
    Remarks: additional information available from AIGS
    (Australia Cemetery Index 1808-2007)


    Died:
    The Maitland Mercury & Hunter River General Advertiser (NSW : 1843-1893) - Saturday 4 August 1883
    The inquiry touching the death of August Blampied was resumed today, when a verdict was returned to the effect that Blampied died from injuries received in a scuffle with the two Pooles, who were found guilty of manslaughter, and committed for trial.

    Name: Mary May Blampied Cleary
    Maiden Name: Blampied
    Event Type: Burial
    Event Place: Eganstown, Victoria, Australia
    Cemetery: Eganstown (Saint Francis Xavier) Churchyard
    Latitude: -37.35774
    Longitude: 144.08124
    Death Date: 26 Jul 1983
    Affiliate Create Date: 2013-03-12 02:21:41
    Affiliate Image Identifier: 3238749

    Auguste married Catherine Hayes 1865, Victoria, Australia. Catherine was born 1849, Melbourne, Victoria; died 31 Jan 1889, Blampied, Victoria, Australia; was buried 31 Jan 1889, Mount Prospect Cemetery, Victoria, Australia. [Group Sheet]


  2. 11.  Catherine HayesCatherine Hayes was born 1849, Melbourne, Victoria; died 31 Jan 1889, Blampied, Victoria, Australia; was buried 31 Jan 1889, Mount Prospect Cemetery, Victoria, Australia.

    Notes:

    Birth:
    Name: Catherine Hayes
    Father's Name: Patrick Hayes
    Mother's Name: Bridget
    Birth Place: Melbourne, Victoria
    Registration Year: 1849
    Registration Place: Victoria
    Registration number: 3656
    ( Pioneer Index, Victoria 1836-1888)


    Buried:
    Name: Catherine Blampied
    Age: 40
    Birth Date: abt 1849
    Death Date: 1889
    Burial Date: 31 Jan 1889
    Cemetery: Mount Prospect
    Cemetery Location: Mount Prospect, Victoria
    Compiled By: Australian Institute of Genealogical Studies
    Remarks: additional information available from AIGS
    (Australia Cemetery Index 1808-2007)


    Died:
    Death Registration
    Name: Cath Stoyles
    Death Place: Mount Prospect, Victoria
    Age: 40
    Father's Name: Hayes Patk
    Mother's Name: Bridt Madden
    Registration Year: 1889
    Registration Place: Victoria
    Registration number: 3967
    (Federation Index 1889-1901)

    PROBATES AND LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION.
    Catherine Stoyles, 517, on the motion of Mr. Hayes.
    The Australasian, Melbourne, Vic., Saturday, 20 April 1889

    Notes:

    Married:
    Name: Auguste Blampied
    Spouse Name: Catherine Hayes
    Marriage Place: Victoria
    Registration Place: Victoria
    Registration Year: 1865
    Registration number: 499
    Victoria Pioneer Index 1836-1666)

    Children:
    1. Emile Auguste Blampied was born 1867, Mt Prospect, Victoria, Australia; died 16 May 1948, "Lismore," Duke-street, Wombat Flat, Daylesford, Victoria, Australia; was buried 16 May 1948, Eganstown Cemetery, Eganstown, Victoria, Australia.
    2. Marie Josephine Blampied was born 1869, Mount Prospect, Victoria, Australia; died 5 Oct 1905, Musk Vale, Victoria, Australia; was buried 6 Oct 1905, Musk Vale Cemetery, Victoria, Australia.
    3. Victor Nicloai Blampied was born 1871, Mount Prospect, Victoria, Australia; died 1959, Shepparton, Victoria, Australia.
    4. Unamed Blampied was born 1873, Mount Prospect, Victoria, Australia.
    5. Jean Baptist Ernest Blampied was born 1875, Mt Prospect, Victoria, Australia; died 23 Nov 1948, Rutherglen Bush Nursing Hospital , Victoria, Australia; was buried Wahgunyah (Carlyle) Cemetery, Victoria, Australia.
    6. 5. Maude Celestine Blampied was born 1873, Blampied,Victoria, Australia; died 12 Apr 1943, 65 Rupert Street, Footscray West, Victoria, Australia; was buried 14 Apr 1943, Footscray Cemetery, Victoria, Australia.
    7. Jean Pierre Rene Blampied was born 1878, Mount Prospect, Victoria, Australia; died 17 Jan 1959, Daylesford, Victoria, Australia; was buried Saint Francis Xavier (Catholic) Church/Graveyard Eganstown, Victoria, Australia.
    8. Catherine Francoise Blampied was born Jan 1880, Mount Prospect, Victoria, Australia; died 28 Sep 1963, Shepparton, Victoria, Australia.
    9. Albert Henry Blampied was born 20 Apr1882, Mount Prospect, Victoria, Australia; died Mar 1962, Daylesford, Victoria, Australia; was buried 10 Mar 1962, Mount Prospect Cemetery, Victoria, Australia.


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