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101
Brooker, Florence Ellen, Landsborough, domestic duties 
Prince, Florence Ellen (I3723)
 
102
Brooker, Florence Ellen, Landsborough, domestic duties 
Brooker, William Henry (I3722)
 
103
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)
 
104
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)
 
105
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)
 
106
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)
 
107
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)
 
108
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)
 
109
Brooker, Florence Ellen, Teutoberg, home duties
Brooker, Obed Hentley (sic), Teutoberg, teamster
Brooker, Sarah Frances, Teutoberg, home duties 
Flick, Sarah Frances (I3885)
 
110
Brooker, Florence Ellen, Teutoberg, home duties
Brooker, Obed Hentley (sic), Teutoberg, teamster
Brooker, Sarah Frances, Teutoberg, home duties 
Brooker, Obed Huntley (I3744)
 
111
Brooker, Florence Ellen, Teutoberg, home duties
Brooker, Obed Hentley (sic), Teutoberg, teamster
Brooker, Sarah Frances, Teutoberg, home duties 
Prince, Florence Ellen (I3723)
 
112
Brooker, Florence Ellen, Teutoberg, home duties
Brooker, Obed Hentley (sic), Teutoberg, teamster
Brooker, Sarah Frances, Teutoberg, home duties 
Brooker, William Henry (I3722)
 
113
Brooker, Florence Ellen, Teutoberg, home duties 
Prince, Florence Ellen (I3723)
 
114
Brooker, Florence Ellen, Teutoberg, home duties 
Brooker, William Henry (I3722)
 
115
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)
 
116
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)
 
117
Death Registration
11060/1911
GOODFELLOW ROBERT
ROBERT F and CHARLOTTE M
MOSS VALE
(New South Wales Death Index 1788-1984) 
Goodfellow, Robert (I14964)
 
118
Elias, Elsie May, 44 Kedron Brook Rd, Wilston, accountant. 
Elias, Elsie May (I4351)
 
119
Elias, Elsie May, 44 Kedron Brook Rd, Wilston, accountant. 
Elias, Louis George (I4350)
 
120
English, Louisa, Nambour, domestic duties. 
English, John (I2957)
 
121
English, Louisa, Nambour, domestic duties. 
Ehlerth, Eliza Louise (Louisa) (I4388)
 
122
English, Louisa, Obi Obi, house wife. 
Ehlerth, Eliza Louise (Louisa) (I4388)
 
123
English, Louisa, Obi Obi, house wife. 
English, John (I2957)
 
124
JOHN HISLOP & SONS, Funeral Directors.
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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)
 
125
Kirby Richard William Stoke Damerel.5b 699 Marriage 2 1897
to Agnes Kate O' Gorman 
Family F511
 
126
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
 
127
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)
 
128
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)
 
129
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)
 
130
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)
 
131
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
 
132
Occupier: Bernard Mc Nally
Residence Location: Armagh, Lisnadill, Foley
(Ireland, Griffith?s Valuation, 1847-1864 ) 
McNally, Bernard (I14746)
 
133
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)
 
134
Reinke, Gwendolyn May, Norwin, home duties. 
Reinke, Eric Louis (I4366)
 
135
Reinke, Gwendolyn May, Norwin, home duties. 
Vandersee, Gwendolyn May (I4365)
 
136
Smeeton, Lucy, Glentulloch, Injune, home duties 
Smeeton, Harold Francis (I3597)
 
137
Smeeton, Lucy, Glentulloch,Injune, home duties 
Armitage, Lucy (I3600)
 
138
Smeeton, Lucy, Lantham St, Chermside, home duties 
Armitage, Lucy (I3600)
 
139
Smeeton, Lucy, Lantham St, Chermside, home duties 
Smeeton, Harold Francis (I3597)
 
140
Smeeton, Lucy, Murph's Road, Zillmere, home duties 
Armitage, Lucy (I3600)
 
141
Smeeton, Lucy, Murph's Road, Zillmere, home duties 
Smeeton, Harold Francis (I3597)
 
142
The second civil sittings of the Supreme Court will bo opened today, before his Honour the Chief Justice (Sir Pope Cooper). The list of cases is as follows: -John James Walker v. Charles William Walker and Mary Ellen Walker, in which the plaintiff seeks for a declaration that C. W. Walker was lately and M. E. Walker now Is registered proprietor of certain land, and that land is held as to 200 acres upon trust for plaintiff, and as to 51 acres upon trust for the next of kin of the plaintiff's father, who is now deceased.

Transcribed from "The Brisbane Courier" Monday 12th May 1913 
Walker, John James (I1288)
 
143
The second civil sittings of the Supreme Court will bo opened today, before his Honour the Chief Justice (Sir Pope Cooper). The list of cases is as follows: -John James Walker v. Charles William Walker and Mary Ellen Walker, in which the plaintiff seeks for a declaration that C. W. Walker was lately and M. E. Walker now Is registered proprietor of certain land, and that land is held as to 200 acres upon trust for plaintiff, and as to 51 acres upon trust for the next of kin of the plaintiff's father, who is now deceased.

Transcribed from "The Brisbane Courier" Monday 12th May 1913 
Walker, Charles William (I4491)
 
144
The wedding of Mr. George Leonard Macdonald (eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. A, Macdonald, Witta) and Miss Muriel Winifred Mona Cooke (fourth daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. K. Cooke, Maleny) was solemnised by the Rev. H. K. Cornish at the residence of the bride's parents on April 24. The bride, who was given away by her father, wore a frock of cream mylesta over pink, with a pink felt hat swathed with georgette. She carried a bouquet of pink and white cactus dahlias, which was the gift Of Mrs. E. Jolly, Toowong. The matron of honour, Mrs. Allan Cooke (sister-in-law of bride), wore a frock of blue and floral ray de Chine-, trimmed with lace. The duties of groomsman were carried out by Mr. William Cooke (brother of the bride). At the reception at the bride's parents' residence the bride's mother received the- guests wearing navy Marocain with mastic trimmings. On leaving for Brisbane, where their future home will be, the bride wore a frock of beige crepe de Chine, with a hat to tone.

Transcribed from 'The Brisbane Courier' Wednesday 1st May 1929. 
Family F260
 
145
WEDDING. ARNOLD - ANDERSON. The Right. Rev. Monsignor L. F. McLaughlin, DP., P.P. was the officiating clergyman at a wedding which look place at St. Columba's Church. Charters Towers, at 3 p.m. on Saturday, April. The bridegroom, Bernard. Henry Arnold, is the eldest son of Mr. G. H. Arnold, Charters Towers and the late Mrs. Arnold, and the bride Mavis Anderson, only daughter or Mrs. Connors, Charters Towers, and the late Mr. Thorald Anderson. She was given away by her step father. Mr. Connors, and was attired in an ankle length gown of ivory reversible satin, made on classic lines and moulded to the figure, falling In graceful flares to the ankles. The bodice featured the prevailing puff sleeves with tight elbow cuffs, finish ed with tiny bows of satin, which were repeated on the blouse. An embroidered tulle veil, lent by Mrs. Allex. Townsville, was beautified with silver sequins and orange buds and a choice bouquet of white roses and asparagus fern, in sheaf effect was carried. Two maids waited on the bride. Miss Elsie Arnold and Miss Phyllis Arnold (Townsville) respectively, sister and cousin of the bridegroom, both being frocked alike In powder blue organ die gowns with godets of floral, the yoke and puff sleeves, being also of floral and a sash of hand-made roses having a pretty effect. They wore large white picture hats of crinoline straw with relievings of blue flowers, and their bouquets of baby pink and lemon flowers, were tied with blue ribbons. Misses Elva and Jean, Lead better were charming little folk. In their early Victorian frocks of lemon and pink georgette and carried out their duties as train bearers In a cap able manner. Mr. Ernest Arnold at tended his brother as best man, and Mr. Will Florence assisted as grooms man. Miss Ettie Hewitt presided at the organ, and Mr. W. J. Horan rendered an 'Ave Maria' at the signing of the register. Mr. and Mrs. Connors, after the wedding ceremony entertained the guests at a wedding breakfast at their residence In Dan Street Mrs. Connors chose a frock of mauve blue satin beaute, and lace hat to tone, and carried a bouquet of red dahlias and roses, and asparagus fern. A beauUful three tired wedding cake, which stood In the centre of the table was a gift made, and decorated by the bride's mother. Many useful presents were received, including many cheques. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold later left by car for their Future home at Mt. Coolon. The bride was frocked In a chocolate brown ensemble, with green trimmings, and chose a brown hat and bag, which completed the toilette.

Townsville Daily Bulletin (Qld. : 1885 - 1954)
Friday 21 July 1933

 
Family F3418
 
146
Weddings.

Hon. William Aplin - Miss Isabella Campbell.

In the drawing-room at Camona, Kelvin Grove, the residence of Mr. and Mrs. James Campbell, on Wednesday, 3rd instant, was celebrated the marriage of the Hon. William Aplin, M.L.C. (Messrs. Aplin, Brown, and Co.), of Southwick station, Townsvllle, to Miss Isabella Campbell, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Campbell. Dr. M'Swaine performed the ceremony. The drawing-room was beauti fully decorated with flowers, and over the bride and bridegroom a handsome floral wedding bell was suspended, the artistic work of the bride's nieces (the daughters of Mr. J. D. Campbell). Miss Philp, niece of the bride, was the only bridesmaid, but nine little girls, near relatives of the bride, all attired in white, with dainty poke bonnets of chiffon ornamented with lilies of the valley, carried baskets of rose leaves, which they scattered in the path of the bride as she left for her honeymoon. The bride was attired in a simple gown of white silk muslin over white silk ; picture hat of white straw, with white ribbon bows and ostrich tips ; white flowers beneath the brim, resting on the hair. She wore a diamond and pearl brooch and bracelet, the gift of her sister, Mrs. James Forsyth, and carried a lovely shower bouquet of white flowers, the bridegroom's gift. Miss Philp wore a pretty frock of white Liberty silk, with broad sash of amethyst silk ; delicate gold chain with amethyst and pearl orna- ment, presented to her by the bridegroom. Mrs. Campbell, mother of the bride, a rich costume of black silk relieved by heliotrope. The wedding party was restricted to immediate relatives of the bride and bridegroom. The Hon. William and Mrs. Aplin left by the afternoon train for Harlaxton, where they will spend a few days. The bride's travelling dress was of brown summer tweed with skeleton check of blue, made in coat and skirt style, and relieved with a little blue silk ; plain brown straw sailor hat.
The Queenslander (Brisbane, Qld. : 1866 - 1939) Saturday 13 November 1897 
Family F1661
 
147
Woods, Margaret Elizabeth Allen, Bald Knob, landsborough, home duties
Woods, Sarah Edith, Bald Knob, Landsborough, home duties
Woods, William John, Bald Knob, Landsborough, farmer 
Woods, Margaret Elizabeth Allen (I4465)
 
148 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Woods, William John -Q99342 (I4471)
 
149 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Woods, Joseph Albert - Q100312 (I4475)
 
150




Name: Jens Paulsen
Geschlecht: Mandlig (Männlich)
Art des Ereignisses: begravelse (Bestattung)
Geburtsdatum: 17 Juli
Sterbedatum: ca. 1805
Bestattungsdatum: 19. jul 1805
Bestattungsort: Højer Sogn, Danmark (Dänemark)
Vater: Paul Paulsen
Mutter: Inge Golde
Dänemark, Kirchenregister, 1812-1918 
Paulsen, Jens (I16606)
 

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