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151
Aalborg, Aars, Vester Hornum, Ørndrup Mark, Vester Hornum Sogn, , 56 - 1 Fm, FT-1890, C9756
Jens Blok Lemvig, 27, Gift, Husfader, Daglejer, Fødested, Ulstrup Sogn , Aalborg Amt
Petrea Petersen, 22, Gift, Husmoder, Fødested, Farsø Sogn, Aalborg Amt
Poul Tilstrand Lemvig, 5, Barn, Fødested, Farsø Sogn, Aalborg Amt
Niels Peter Lemvig, 1, Barn, Fødested,, V. Hornum Sogn, Aalborg Amt
(Dansk Demografisk Database-Rigsarkivet- Folketællinger) 
Lemvig, Niels Peter (I17649)
 
152
Alexander Galbraith
mentioned in the record of Alexander Galbraith and Gladys Francis
Name Alexander Galbraith
Age 29
Birth Year (Estimated) 1871
Birth Date 1871
Spouse's Name Gladys Francis
Spouse's Age 19
Spouse's Birth Year (Estimated) 1881
Spouse's Birth Date 1881
License Type Marriage
Event Date 20 Jun 1900
Event Place Chicago, Cook, Illinois
"Illinois, Cook County Marriages, 1871-1920," database, FamilySearch
 
Family F5667
 
153
André Seyfried, son of Michel Seyfried, and Richarde Metzger, marriage 24 Jul 1855, Mollkirch, Bas-Rhin, Alsace, France, spouse, Marie Anne Rokel
France, Bas-Rhin, Parish and Civil Registration, 1525-1912  
Family F6559
 
154
Another Niels Knudsen Egeberg
Maren Pedersdtr i Steensbye 5 Jun 1750 pg 244
HUSB: g hmd
CH: Peder Ibsen skoemager i Odense
Mads Ibsen tien Peder Mathiasen i Steensbye
[Dallund gods, Odense skpr; Book 1 1712-70; film 49959]



Niels Kuntzen Egeberg
Niels Lorentz Egeberg is Niels Kuntzen Egeberg in the image

Name: Anna Egebergs
[Anna Egeberg]
Gender: weiblich (Female)
Event Type: Heirat (Marriage)
Marriage Date: 12 Mai 1798 (12 May 1798)
Marriage Place: Schleswig-Holstein, Deutschland (Germany)
Relationship: Bride
Father: Niels Lorentz Egeberg
Mother: Beata Egeberg
Spouse: Nis Christiansen
City or District: Deezbüll, Klixbüll, Kr, Neukirchen, Rodenäs, Schleswig u Tondern
Germany, Lutheran Baptisms, Marriages, and Burials, 1518-1921

Name: Nis Christiansen
Gender: männlich (Male)
Event Type: Heirat (Marriage)
Marriage Date: 12 Mai 1798 (12 May 1798)
Marriage Place: Schleswig-Holstein, Deutschland (Germany)
Relationship: Groom
Father: Christian Niss
Mother: Helene Christiansen
Spouse: Anna Egebergs
City or District: Deezbüll, Klixbüll, Kr, Neukirchen, Rodenäs, Schleswig u Tondern
Germany, Lutheran Baptisms, Marriages, and Burials, 1518-1921

 
Egeberg, Niels Knudzen (I16567)
 
155
Anthony Or Tony ,Anthony Aluisi Aluisi
United States, GenealogyBank Obituaries
Deceased
Name Anthony Or Tony ,Anthony Aluisi Aluisi
Event Type Obituary
Event Date 23 Nov 2013
Event Place California, United States
Gender Male
Death Date 17 Nov 2013
Newspaper Fresno Bee, The

Spouse and Children
Susan Wife Female
Sandy Jones Aluisi Wife Female
Sophia Santos Daughter Female
Cassandra Aluisi Daughter Female
Susan Wife Female

Parents and Siblings
Julius Aluisi Father Male
Christina Damiano Aluisi Mother Female
Debra Sister Female
Marianne Sister Female
Tim Brother Male
Marianne Kozub Sister Female
Rosanna Beato Sister Female
Rosanna Sister Female
Debra Ceja Sister Female

Extended Family
Troy Grandson Male
Jordan Grandson Male
Jose Jr Grandson Male
Darly Grandchild Unknown
Curtis Grandson Male
Dylan Grandson Male
Others on Record
Terry Unknown Unknown
Paul Santos SonInLaw Male
Jose Aluisi Unknown Male
Cathy SisterInLaw Female
Terry SiblingInLaw Unknown
Cyndee SisterInLaw Female
Robert Ceja BrotherInLaw Male
Jim Kozub BrotherInLaw Male
Giuseppe Beato BrotherInLaw Male

Dr Levy Nonrelative Unknown
Dr Saul Nonrelative Male
Dr Reyes Nonrelative Unknown
Sister Emily Nonrelative Female
Josh Curtis Nonrelative Male
John B Curtis Nonrelative Male
Mike Mcdevitt Nonrelative Male
Chef Gilbert Nonrelative Male
Dr Thomson Nonrelative Unknown
"United States, GenealogyBank Obituaries, 1980-2014," database with  
Aluisi, Anthony James (I13813)
 
156
Arline Croxen
United States Social Security Death Index
Age 76
Given Name Arline
Surname Croxen
Birth Date 25 Nov 1903
State Illinois
Event Date Dec 1979
"United States Social Security Death Index," database, FamilySearc 
Arline M (I16016)
 
157
Arthur Croxen
Illinois Deaths and Stillbirths
Name Arthur Croxen
Event Date 29 Aug 1927
Event Place Chicago, Cook, Illinois
Gender Male
Race White
Age 75
Birth Year (Estimated) 1852
Birth Date 22 Nov 1851
Birthplace Little Herriden, England
Father's Name John Croxen
Father's Birthplace Little Herriden, England
Mother's Name Anne Burnham
Mother's Birthplace Woodford, England
Occupation Carpenter
Spouse's Name Annie Croxen
Burial Date 31 Aug 1927
Burial Place Manteno, Ill., USA
"Illinois Deaths and Stillbirths, 1916-1947," database, FamilySearch  
Croxen, Arthur James (I15927)
 
158
Benjaman Croxen
Illinois Deaths and Stillbirths
Name Benjaman Croxen
Event Date 29 Nov 1923
Event Place Village of Peotone, Will Co., Ill.
Gender Male
Race white
Age 97
Birth Year (Estimated) 1826
Birth Date 27 Aug 1826
Birthplace England
Father's Name Benj. Croxen
Father's Birthplace England
Mother's Name Mary Ann
Mother's Birthplace England
Occupation Farmer
Spouse's Name Catherine Croxen
Burial Date 03 Dec 1923
"Illinois Deaths and Stillbirths, 1916-1947," database, FamilySearch

Ben Croxen
Birth: unknown
Death: unknown

Burial:
Peotone Cemetery
Peotone
Will County
Illinois, USA

Created by: Missy Noxon
Record added: Apr 29, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 89290567 
Croxen, Benjamin (I5740)
 
159
Bertha Christina White
Australia Cemetery Inscriptions
Name Bertha Christina White
Event Type Death
Event Date 26 Apr 1972
Age 83
Birth Year (Estimated) 1889
Burial Place Maryborough Cemetery
Australia Cemetery Inscriptions, 1802-2005


Bertha Christina White
Find A Grave Index
Name Bertha Christina White
Event Type Burial
Event Date 1972
Event Place Maryborough, Fraser Coast Region, Queensland, Australia
Photograph Included N
Birth Date 5 Jan 1889
Death Date 23 Apr 1972
Affiliate Record Identifier 189151006
Cemetery Maryborough Cemetery
Find A Grave Index," database, FamilySearch 
Miller, Bertha Christina (I8573)
 
160
Bjolderup Kirkebog 1740-1799
Bjolderup Kirkebog 1766: Opslag 65: Marriage no.3.
July 1766, Jep Jorgensen in Mellerup and Ellen Boys Datter in Mellerup
 
Family F1269
 
161
Bjolderup Kirkebog 1798 -1884: Opslag No 495: Birth No 10
Bjolderup Kirkebog 1875, Opslag 495 Fodte number 10.
Fodt 12 April 1875, dobt 25 April, the mothers age 33, Cathrine Kjestine Jensen en aegte datter af?? Christian Andresen Jensen og hustru Meta Kjestine f. Bundesen i Todsbol.
Faddere: Dorthea Bundesen, Apenrade: Betty Backmann, Bjolderup: Christina [Christian? ] Bundesen in Kragelund
 
Jensen, Cathrine Kjestine (I4414)
 
162
Bounty Emigrants
Emigration
Name: Dudley McGrath
Birth Year: abt 1814
Age: 27
Arrival Date: 28 Mar 1841
Vessel Name: Margaret
New South Wales, Australia, Assisted Immigrant Passenger Lists, 1828-1896

Dudley McGrath was a Farm Servant
Anne McGrath was a House Servant
They came from Tyrone
New South Wales, Australia, Assisted Immigrant Passenger Lists, 1828-1896

Emigtation
Name: Anne McGrath
Birth Year: abt 1814
Age: 27
Gender: Female
Arrival Date: 28 Mar 1841
Vessel Name: Margaret
Origin Location: County Donegal, Ireland
New South Wales, Australia, Assisted Immigrant Passenger Lists, 1828-1896

Anne McGrath was the daughter of John-McGrath/, Farmer and Anne, deceased


Name: Dudley McGrath
Birth Year: abt 1814
Age: 27
Gender: Male
Arrival Date: 28 Mar 1841
Vessel Name:
Margaret
Origin Location: County Tyrone, Ireland
(New South Wales, Australia, Assisted Immigrant Passenger Lists, 1828-1896)

Dudley McGrath's father was Francis McGrath (dead), Farmer and his mother Grace.
Ann Mcgrath was the daughter of John McGrath and Anne (dead), native place County Donegal. All roman Catholic.
("Australia, New South Wales, Index to Bounty Immigrants, 1828-1842," database with images, FamilySearch)

Second Marriage
Name: Mary Mccormick
Spouse Name: Dudley Macgrath
Marriage Date: 1872
Marriage Place: New South Wales
Registration Place: Shoalhaven, New South Wales
Registration Year: 1872
Registration Number: 3425
(New South Wales Marriage Index 1788-1965)

Dudley married the widow of Meroo a
neighbour of his brother Patrick Macgrath

DUNLEAVY, Mary, farmer, Meroo, Bolong
Grevilles 1872, Post Office Directory

MCGRATH Patrick farmer Meroo Braidwood
MCGRATH Mark farmer Meroo Braidwood
Grevilles 1872, Post Office Directory

McGrath Family of Ardstraw & Termonamongan Parishes Obituaries:
Emigrants to New South Wales, Australia

Grace McGrath
Name: Grace Mcgrath
Death Date: 1872
Death Place: New South Wales
Father's name: Neil
Mother's name: Bridget
Registration Year: 1872
Registration Place: Braidwood, New South Wales
Registration Number: 3407
(New South Wales Death Index 1788-1985)

Emigration
Name: Grace McGrath
Birth Year: abt 1795
Age: 45
Gender: Female
Arrival Date: 11 Feb 1840
Vessel Name: Crescent
Children's Names: Marke, Barney
(New South Wales, Australia, Assisted Immigrant Passenger Lists, 1828-1896)

Grace McGrath
Her second marriage was to Mark McGrath (Ireland)
She was the daughter of Neil McCullen and Bridget, County Tyrone

Emigratiom
Name: Mark McGrath
Birth Year: abt 1800
Age: 40
Gender: Male
Arrival Date: 11 Feb 1840
Vessel Name: Crescent
Children's Names: Marke, Barney
(New South Wales, Australia, Assisted Immigrant Passenger Lists, 1828-1896)

Mark McGrath
Mark McGrath was from County Tyrone. He was the son of Patrick McGrath and Rose Marie or Ross, also of County Tyrone. He was a Labourer and Farmer, aged 40.




 
McGrath, Dudly (I14396)
 
163
Bundaberg Cemetery Burial Register
BURIAL DETAILS
Surname: BUNDESEN Given Name(s): Peter Andersen
Year of Birth: 1904 Year of Death: 1993
Gender: Male Funeral Director: n/a
Place of Residence: Bundaberg Place of Birth: Kingaroy Australia
Grave Details: Location: 3BB Grave Number: 26 Ownership: Private War Grave: No
War Grave: No
Other burials located in this grave:
BUNDESEN Isobel Grace
 
Bundesen, Peter Andersen (I3669)
 
164
Cathérine Boxberger, age, 66, died,13 May 1857 in Mollkirch, spouse, Jean Baptiste Martin
France, Bas-Rhin, Parish and Civil Registration, 1525-1912

Martin Jean Baptiste, b., 24.2.1787, Mollkirch
limeur,
Martin. Jean Baptiste. 24.2.1787. Mollkirch. Mollkirch. limeur. an 13. 1807. 1812. passé à Mutzig.

Child
Wendelin Martin, b., 20 Oct 1817 Mollkirch, parents, Jean Baptiste Martin and Cathérine Boxberger
Declarant, Anne Marie Dreller

Vendelin Martin, age, 62, death, 21 Mar 1870, Mollkirch, parents, Jean Baptiste Martin and Cathérine Boxberger, spouse, Marie Françoise Egert
France, Bas-Rhin, Parish and Civil Registration, 1525-1912


 
Martin, Vendelin (I18393)
 
165
Cecil Allen Croxen
California Death Index
Name Cecil Allen Croxen
Event Type Death
Event Date 11 Jul 1954
Event Place Los Angeles, California, United States
Birth Date 03 Aug 1881
Birthplace Illinois
Gender Male
Father's Name Croxen
Mother's Name Rockway
"California Death Index, 1940-1997," database, FamilySearch

Katherin D Croxen
California Death Index
Name Katherin D Croxen
Event Type Death
Event Date 03 Feb 1969
Event Place Los Angeles, California, United States
Birth Date 24 Jan 1884
Birthplace Germany
Gender Female
Mother's Name Stehmer
"California Death Index, 1940-1997," database, FamilySearch  
Croxen, Cecil Allen (I15947)
 
166
Christian Peter Bundesen  
Bundesen, Christian Peter (I4109)
 
167
Citadels Sogn
Kontraministerialbog
Marriages 1933-1942
Opslag 45
Marriage
17 Mar 1935, Domekirke
17 Apr 1935, Citadels Sogn
Erhardt William Nielsen, b. 7 Jun 1906, Holstebro, son of Niels Julius Nielsen and Karoline Pedersen, and
Gudrun Drews Ægidius, daughter of Gaardejer Christian Drews Ægidius 
Family F6193
 
168
Claude Daniel Henr
United States Public Records
Name Claude Daniel Henr
Also Known As Claude Daniel Henry
2nd Also Known As Name Claude William Henry
Residence Date 01 Feb 2001-01 Jun 2001
Residence Place Fresno, California, United States
Birth Date 23 Jan 1930
Address Fresno, California 93728
Address Date 01 Feb 2001-01 Jun 2001
2nd Address Lowell, Massachusetts 01850
2nd Address Date 01 Jul 1993-01 Oct 2007
3rd Address Fresno, California 93727
3rd Address Date 01 Jun 1970
Possible Relatives Dan Henry, Family Trust Henry, Marjorie Jean Henry, Patricia L Henry, Robert Gen Henry
Record Number 9655439
"United States Public Records, 1970-2009," database, FamilySearch  
Henry, Claude William (I7853)
 
169
CORONER'S FINDING IN BELL FATALITY
A sittings of the Coroner's Court was held at Dalby on Wednesday, to take evidence from Mrs. Victorene Maude Weise, in the inquiry held Into the manner and cause of death of Mrs. Oilve May Spies wife of Mr. F. H. J. Spies, who was killed on September 1, 1951, near Bell.
At the previous hearing the evidence of 14 witnesses was
taken by the District Coroner (Mr. H. F. Christmas), and an
adjournment made as Mrs. Weise was not available at that
time.
After hearing all the witnesses Mr. Christmas closed the Inquest, stating: "I find that the deceased met her death as a result of jumping from a moving motor car driven by her husband."
The Dalby Herald (Qld. : 1910 - 1954)Friday 15 August 1952 - Page 4 
Hold, Victorene Maud (I16310)
 
170
County bailiff at Mors
Christian Jensen, 1440-1490.
The bailiff has been the king's representative in the county council since the 14th century. Until the introduction of autocracy in 1660-61, the sheriff was appointed by the sheriff. In the beginning, the sheriff, as attorney for the sheriff, represented the king's interests in the county council, including the conduct of trials; from approx. In 1400 he became chairman of the parliament and judged together with the parliamentarians. In the 16th century, the sheriff was the sole judge, but had to judge along with other courtiers by death sentences. During the same period, most of the sheriff's administrative tasks were transferred to riding bailiffs and division bailiffs, after which the sheriff was mainly only a judge.
(The Sadolin family )

herredsfoged paa Mors. 
Jensen, Christen (I17067)
 
171
CRAMB-SCHLORT,
A picturesque wedding was solemnised at the Lutheran Church, Bethania, on December 6, when Mr. Samuel F. Cramb (second son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Cramb, Shaw's Pocket) was married to Miss Gertrude M. Schlort (youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Schlort, Waterford). The Rev, R. B. Reuther officiated. The bride, who was given away by her father, wore a frock of Ivory silk georgette, with a deep capelette, which fell gracefully from the shoulders. She wore a silk tulle veil, with a cap composed of orange blossoms, and carried a bouquet of shasta daisies and ferns, tied' with satin streamers. Miss Ida Wendt (cousin of the bride) attended as bridesmaid, wearing a frock of pale pink silk voile, fashioned with a cape lette, and the skirt "was made with two flared flounces. She wore a headdress of pink tulle, and carried a bouquet of snasta daisies and ferns, tied with satin bows. Mr. Reubln Cramb (brother of the bridegroom.» was best man. A reception was held at the residence of the bride's parents. The chief feature of the wedding breakfast was a two-tiered wedding cake, the gift of the bridegroom's mother. On leaving for the honeymoon, which Is being spent at Tamborine Mountain, Mrs. Cramb wore a travelling frock of floral crepe de Chine, with a hat to harmonise. Mr. and Mrs. S. Cramb's future home will be at Waterford.

Transcribed from 'The Brisbane Courier' Monday 15th December 1930 
Family F1485
 
172
Death
Odile Fendrich, age, 31, d., 13 Apr 1807, Bas-Rhin, France
b., 1776. married to Sebastien Müller.
France, Bas-Rhin, Parish and Civil Registration, 1525-1912 
Fendrich, Odile (I18229)
 
173
DEATH OF MR. JAMES
CAMPBELL.
By the death of Mr James Campbell, founder of the extensive businesses of J. Campbell and Sons, Limited, which took place at 12.30 this morning at Camona, Kelvin Grove, Brisbane has lost one of its oldest and most respected citizens. Mr. Campbell passed away after a long and trying illness, due, it was thought, to a neglected attack of influenza four or five months ago. Since then he had been confined to his bed, his illness slowly, but surely, sapping his strength, and ultimately proving fatal. It was his confident belief that he would recover and indeed, everything that medical skill and loving care could suggest was done to save his life; and at times he had rallied so completely, was so cheerful and so hopeful that it was thought he would live for many years yet. His closing days were cheered by numerous and affectionate inquiries after his health and not the least acceptable and touching of these were those which came from old employees, from men who had grown gray in his service, men who gratefully remembered some timely service and who had come to esteem most deeply his strong personality and his kindly heart. A man who had employed many, who had carried on great enterprises, who had all the keen business qualities of his race, he was always looked upon as one of the best of employers, and the warmest hearted of friends. To follow his long, strenuous, and useful life would be to trace the greater part of the history of Brisbane. Born at Auchterardu, in Perthshire, on 6th March 1830, he lived to complete his 74th year. He came of a good Scotch family, but though of Scotch birth he lived the greater part of his life in Queensland, and identified himself with its industrial and commercial development con- tinuously; and to all intents ind purposes he made the land of his adoption his native land. Originally his family designed him for the church, but he soon found that his true vocation was in secular life. At an early age he apprenticed himself to a plasterer, and worked at his trade for some years. He then decided to emigrate to seek in a new country the opportunities that he was satisfied did not exist in good old Scotland. He first thought of trying America, but a good deal of interest was then being aroused by the Rev. Dr. Lang in Australia, and it was that patriotic and able colonist's influence that resolved him to try his luck in Queensland. W ith Mrs. Campbell he took passage by the ship John Fielding, and arrived in Moreton Bay on the 12th June 1853. Finding little opening for a plasterer, he turned his hand to many trades and occupations, but within a year after his arrival he started in business for himself, and from that start has grown the varied industrial enterprises of the present limited company. This, as is well known, embraces a great saw-mill business; brickmaking, a pottery, cementmaking, and a general import trade in building materials. Mr. Campbell during his active life?for he was a man of great mental and physical alertness?built up a very large business, and if he had been of a less generous disposition, he would have probably been one of the wealthiest citizens of Brisbane. As many who have been associated with him or who have appealed to him in their hour of need know. he was always ready to help, but strongly averse to anything which savoured of display. At the same time he was a shrewd business man, and a firm believer in the great natural resources of his country, which he did a great deal to develop. Irascible and quick-tempered, he was easily provoked, but was just as easily appeased. He was a born fighter, and in his political views an ardent Radical. In earlier years he took a keen interest in politics, and was one of those who induced the late Sir Charles Lilley to enter public life, and who secured his return for Fortitude Valley the first time. Those were stirring days in politics, and feeling at times ran to a height difficult to realise in these placid days; and Mr. Campbell was one of those who worked hardest and fought most strenuously. He was one of the prime movers in the old Liberal Association. For two years he was in alderman in the City Council, and for a time was a member of the Ithaca Shire Council. Mr. Campbell had five sons and three daughters. One boy died in infancy. The eldest surviving son is Mr. J. D. Campbell, the member for Moreton, and manag- ing director of the company founded by his father. His brothers, Mr. J. M. Campbell, Mr. H. E. Campbell, Mr. G. P. Campbell, and Mr. C. W. Campbell, are directors of the company. Mr.Campbell's eldest daughter was Hon. R. Philp's first wife; another daughter is married to Mr. J. Forsyth, M.L.A., and a third is the widow of the late Hon. W. Aplin. Alderman R. M. Campbell, owner of the Brisbane Soap Works, is a brother, and Mr. J. Camp- bell, manager of the company's brick works at Redbank, is another brother. One of Mr. Campbell's sisters is Mrs. John Munro, of Eagle Junction, and arother is Mrs. Thomas Petrie of North Pine. Mr. Campbell retained his vigorous mental grasp almost to the end, and he passed away peacefully in the presence of the members of his family, deeply deplored by all who knew him, and not least by the men who had worked for him "in the early days."

Transcribed from 'The Brisbane Courier' Monday 11th April 1904
 
Campbell, James (I5579)
 
174
Death Registration
62724/1973
DUNSTAN RONALD MERVYN
RICHARD EDWARD and CHARLOTTE MAY
TAREE
(New South Wales Death Index 1788-1985)

DUNSTAN Ronald Mervyn
Death notice 09 JUL 1973
Death, age 64 at Crowdy Head, near Taree, late of Burwood Sydney Morning Herald 11 JUL 1973
(The Ryerdon Index Online)

Marriage Registration
17335/1940
DUNSTAN RONALD MERVYN and GRAY NANCIE STELLA
BALLINA
(New South Wales Marriage Index)

Mr. Ron Dunstan who has been laid up for some time, is now on the mend.
Mullumbimby Star, NSW, Thursday, 28 September 1933

BOY KILLED BY
MOTOR LORRY
Ronald Dunstan, 4, of Wallace Street, Concord, was fatally injured yesterday when he ran from the footpath in Burwood
Road. Burwood, and was struck by a passing motor lorry.
The Sydney Morning Herald, NSW, Friday, 12 May 1950

Death Registration
11734/1950 DUNSTAN RONALD ALAN
RONALD MERVYN and NANCIE STELLA
BURWOOD
(New South Wales Death Index 1788-1985)

Death Registration
101791/1985
DUNSTAN NANCIE STELLA
WILLIAM GEORGE and ANNIE DORA
(New South Wales Death Index 1788-1985)


CARRIED PASSENGERS IN TRUCK
BALLINA, Monday.
On a charge that he carried passengers on a goods lorry without a permit Ronald Mervyn Dunstan, 21, carrier, of
Brunswick Heads, was fined £1, with 8s court costs, or, in default, imprisonment for three days, by Mr. J. McElroy,
P.M., at Ballina Police Court.
Constable G. Vickery stated that on October 29 he saw Dunstan with his lorry on the Bangalow Road, near
Ballina. There were 11 men sitting in the back of the lorry and three in the cabin with Dunstan, who, in reply to a question, said the men were going to the relief job at Brunswick Heads.

Dunstan added, said Constable Vickery, that the men had no other means of getting to the jobs and he was only charging them a shilling for their luggage. Constable Vickery said that a special bus for the men had left half an hour
earlier.
Northern Star, Lismore, NSW, Tuesday, 23 January 1940



 
Dunstan, Ronald Mervyn (I9891)
 
175
Death Registration
9486/1916 DUNSTAN RAYMOND E
RICHARD E and CHARLOTTE M
LISMORE
New South Wales Death Registration 1788-1985)
 
Dunstan, Raymond Eric (I9890)
 
176
Death Registration:
43644/1973 JESSEN IVOR CHRISTIAN F. CHRISTIAN JOHANNSON M. HELEN MARIA death KOGARAH [NSW Death Register]

RYERSON INDEX
JESSEN Ivor Christian (Clue) Death notice 25FEB1973 Death late of Carlton [not far from KOGARAH]
Sydney Morning Herald 26FEB1973
 
Jessen, Ivor Christian (I4650)
 
177
Death Registration: No. 1963/004153 
Hoffman, Johann Samuel (I3778)
 
178
DEATH.
DUNLOP. On the 24th October, at his residence, William
street, Brisbane, Francis Dunlop, aged 56 years.

Transcribed from 'The Brisbane Courier' Wednesday 25th October 1865
 
Dunlop, Francis (I2283)
 
179
Denmark Census, 1845
Südtondern, , Dagebüll, Tyenswarf, Instengebäude, 26, FT-1845, C1475
Christian Carstensen,53, Verheir., Inste, Schuster, Fødested, Dagebüll
Siecke Hinrichs, 56, Verheir., seine Ehefrau, Fødested, Dagebüll
Gude S. ......??, 28, Unverheir., seine Stieftochter, Fødested, Dagebüll
Martinus Carstens, 22, Unverheir., sein Sohn, Fødested, Dagebüll
Karsten H. Carstens, 17, Unverheir., sein Sohn, Fødested, Dagebüll
Hinr. M. Carstens, 12, Unverheir., sein Sohn, Fødested, Dagebüll
Ewald M. Carstens, 8, Unverheir., sein Sohn, Fødested, Dagebüll

Children

Name: Carsten Heinrich Carstens
Gender: männlich (Male)
Event Type: Taufe (Baptism)
Birth Date: 22 Feb 1828
Baptism Date: 1 Mrz 1828 (1 Mar 1828)
Baptism Place: Dagebüllerkoog, Schleswig-Holstein , Deutschland (Germany)
Father: Christian Carstens
Mother: Seike Carstens
City or District: Dagebüllerkoog
Germany, Lutheran Baptisms, Marriages, and Burials, 1518-1921

Name: Heinrich Martin Carstens
Gender: männlich (Male)
Event Type: Taufe (Baptism)
Birth Date: 1 Feb 1833
Baptism Date: 17 Feb 1833
Baptism Place: Dagebüllerkoog, Schleswig-Holstein , Deutschland (Germany)
Father: Christian Carstens
Mother: Seike Carstens
City or District: Dagebüllerkoog
Germany, Lutheran Baptisms, Marriages, and Burials, 1518-1921

Name: Ewald Meinhard Carstens
Gender: männlich (Male)
Event Type: Taufe (Baptism)
Birth Date: 12 Mai 1837 (12 May 1837)
Baptism Date: 24 Mai 1837 (24 May 1837)
Baptism Place: Dagebüllerkoog, Schleswig-Holstein, Deutschland (Germany)
Father: Christian Carstens
Mother: Seike Hinrichsen
City or District: Dagebüllerkoog
Germany, Lutheran Baptisms, Marriages, and Burials, 1518-1921 
Carstens, Christian (I16747)
 
180
Denmark Census, 1911
Vellev, Houlbjerg, Viborg, Denmark
Aug Edvard Ferdinand Vilh. Ægidius, widow, born, 10 Jan 1851, Gimsing Sogn, Ringkøbing, occation landmand
Karl Louis Ægidius, son, birth, 8 Jun 1885, Horup, Viborg Amt
Peder Vilhelm Ægidius, son, birth, 15 Feb 1888, Horup, Viborg Amt
Anna Karoline Ægidius, daughter, birth 1 Jul 1889, Horup, Viborg Amt
Ellen Karen Ægidius, daughter, birth, 9 Aug 1890, Horup, Viborg Amt
(Dansk Demografisk Database-Rigsarkivet) 
Ægidius, Anna Karoline (I17199)
 
181
Denmark Census, 1930
Povl Engelstoft, 4 Oct 1876, Fødested, Vissenbjerg Odense, Cand.mag., Redaktør
Sigríd Gudrun Engelstoft, 30 Nov 1899
Bertel Engelstoft, 27 Feb 1922
Jesper Engelstoft, 15 Nov 1927, Fødested, Frederiksberg
(Dansk Demografisk Database-Rigsarkivet- Folketællinger)  
Engelstoft, Jesper (I17634)
 
182
Don J Lemarr
United States Social Security Death Index
Age 83
Given Name Don
Middle Name J
Surname Lemarr
Birth Date 13 Apr 1922
State Colorado
Last Place of Residence El paso, Colorado
Previous Residence Postal Code 80905
Event Date 01 Mar 2005
"United States Social Security Death Index," database, FamilySearch  
Lemarr, Don J (I15908)
 
183
Douglas Hamilton Mcwatters
Birth unknown
Death 14 Feb 2009
Burial
Bribie Island Memorial Gardens
Woorim, Moreton Bay Region, Queensland, Australia
Memorial ID 154063981
(Find A Grave Memorial) 
McWatters, Douglas Hamilton (I5924)
 
184
Edwin Juergens
Illinois, Cook County Deaths
Name Edwin Juergens
Event Type Death
Event Date 31 Oct 1968
Event Place Chicago Heights, Cook, Illinois, United States
Address 17501 S Ridgeland Ave
Gender Male
Age 56
Marital Status Married
Race White
Occupation Truck Driver
Birth Date 17 Jan 1912
Birthplace , , Illinois
Funeral Home West End Funeral Home
Burial Date 02 Nov 1968
Burial Place Monee, , Illinois
Cemetery Skyline Memorial Park
Father's Name Otto Juergens
Mother's Name Dorothy Schmaedike
Spouse's Name Julia Croxen
Informant's Name Julia Juergens
Entry Number 584 
Juergens, Edwin (I16017)
 
185
Eleanor Gertrude Rowley (1921 - 2014)
Born on 20 May 1921
Passed away on 9 November 2014
Aged 93 years
Northern Suburbs Memorial Gardens
Northern Suburbs Memorials-Memorial Gardens & Crematorium? 
Bailey, Eleanor Gertrude (I6814)
 
186
Emigrarion
Name: William Midson
Birth Year: abt 1849
Age: 6
Gender: Male
Arrival Date: 27 May 1855
Vessel Name: Constitution
Origin Location: Eslingfield, Cambs
New South Wales, Australia, Assisted Immigrant Passenger Lists, 1828-1896

He came from Steeple, Bumpstead, Essex, England

Steeple Bumpstead is a village and civil parish 3 miles (4.8 km) south of Haverhill in Braintree district, Essex, England.
(Wikipedia) 
Midson, William (I14210)
 
187
Emigration
Departure: 28 Mar 1874
Ship: Peeries
Arrival in New Zealand: 22 Jul 1874
Grey, Richard, 43, from Dorset, occupation, Smith
"", Mary A., age, 40
"", Richard, age, 20
"", Alice,age 17
"" Emma, age 14
"", Maria, age 11
"", Thomas age 7
"", Elizabeth, age 5
"", Jane age 3
""' Ann 11 months 
Gray, Emma (I16387)
 
188
Faddere: Hans Petersen Schmidt: Hans Hansen Schmidt: Anna Cathrina -? all of Stenderup 
Jessen, Jes Hinrich (I5296)
 
189
Family of Johannes

Parents: wine merchant, town clerk Laurids Jensen (died 1649) and Maren Struck (married for the second time to a citizen of Ribe Christian Eskildsen). Married 1st time 1.5.1709 in Copenhagen. (Mrs.) with Johanne Marie Thomasdatter Dobbelsteen, begr. 25.8.1724 in Kbh. (Nic. K.) (Married 1st time 1698 with deputy mayor of Copenhagen Albert Bartholin, 1668?1703).
Married 2nd time 22.1.1727 in Copenhagen. (Mrs.) with Ellen Marie Lemvigh, born 20.6.1688 in Copenhagen. (Mrs.), begr. 30.11.1759 sst. (Frue k.) (Married 1st time 1714 to Professor Hans Bircherod, 1663?1720), d. By State Councilor Peder L. (1646?1710) and Maren Worm (1669?1740).


(Danish Biographical Lexicon Art and culture Literature Authors

The 3rd edition of Dansk Biografisk Leksikons was published in 16 volumes in the period 1979-84 with Svend Cedergreen Bech as editor. Nearly 1,000 biographies were updated in 2014-16. The content has not been edited since. Newer articles can be found in Den Store Danske.)

 
Thomasdatter Dobbelsteen, Johanne Marie (I17426)
 
190 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Sallaway, Reginald Alexander (I5288)
 
191
Father
Name John A Galbraith
Birth 4 April 1821
Omajh, County Tyrone, Ireland
Death 6 July 1893, Keokuk, Iowa, United States
Burial
White Oak Cemetary, prairie, Keokuk, IA

Marriage: 4 September 1858,
Rock Island, Illinois, United States

Marriage
Name John Gilbrath
Event Type Marriage
Event Date 04 Sep 1858
Event Place Rock Island, Illinois, United States
Event Place (Original) Rock Island, Rock Island, Illinois
Gender Male
Spouse's Name Margaret Moore
Spouse's Gender Female
Illinois, County Marriages, 1810-1940

Name Margaret Moore Nixon
Birth, 17 Dec 1839, Newtown Steward, County Tyrone, Ireland
Death: 31 Dec 1919, Keokuk, IA
Burial: White Oak Cemetary, Prairie, Keokuk, IA


Margaret Moore Gilbraith
Find A Grave Index
Name Margaret Moore Gilbraith
Maiden Name Moore
Event Type Burial
Event Date 1919
Event Place , Keokuk, Iowa, United States of America
Photograph Included Y
Birth Date 17 Dec 1839
Death Date 31 Dec 1919
Affiliate Record Identifier 70320923
Cemetery White Oak Cemetery
(Find A Grave Memorial)

Margaret Moore Gilbraith
Birth: Dec. 17, 1839, Ireland
Death: Dec. 31, 1919
Keokuk County
Iowa, USA

She was married to John A. (d.1893). Their grandson Joseph Jr Galbraith (yes, the spelling changed) is buried here also.

Family links:
Children:
William J Gilbraith (1864 - 1891)*
Martha Galbraith (1868 - 1944)*
Joseph Galbraith (1879 - 1926)*
Joseph Gilbraith (1879 - 1926)*
Burial:
White Oak Cemetery
Keokuk County
Iowa, USA

Created by: Pushy Jones
Record added: May 24, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 70320923

Alexander Galbraith
United States Census, 1900
Name Alexander Galbraith
Event Type Census
Event Year 1900
Event Place Pocatello Precinct (east of Cleveland Ave.) Pocatello city Ward 1-3, Bannock, Idaho, United States
Gender Male
Age 29
Marital Status Single
Race White
Race (Original) W
Relationship to Head of Household Head
Relationship to Head of Household (Original) Head
Birth Date Nov 1871
Birthplace Iowa
Father's Birthplace Ireland
Mother's Birthplace Ireland
"United States Census, 1900," database with images, FamilySearch

Alexander Galbraith, Physcian

ALAMEDA COUNTY
Alameda County Medical Society
(121 East Eleventh Street, Oakland)
C. Reciprocity Physician and Surgeon since 1913.
A. Physician and Surgeon.

Galbraith, Alexander
781 Highland Ave., Piedmont, Oakland. Rush Med. Coll., Ill., 1899, (666) 1904.


October 4, 1928
Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California · Page 18
Dr. and Mrs. Alexander Galbraith of Highland avenue, Piedmont, of the marriage ...

November 22, 1939
Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California · Page 15
Involved are Dr. Alex Galbraith, socially prominent Piedmont physician 
Gilbraith/Galbraith, Alexander A (I15892)
 
192
Felsted Sogn
Hovedministerialbog
Confirmations and Marriages 1767-1827
Opslag 181

Hans Jordt, Flensburg, son of Hans Jordt and Madame Anna Jordt nee Detleffsen- Demoiselle (young lady) Catharina Maria Ægidius of Schobullgaard. Catharina Maria Ægidius was the daughter of Peter Ægidius and Madame Anna Maria Ægidius, Schbølgård, nee Thomsen, of Lundsgård

Anna Maria Ægidii, daughter of Peter Ægidii and Anna Maria Ægidii Thomsen, marriage, 1 9 Sep 1801, Felsted, Åbenrå, Denmark, spouse, Hans Jordt. (previously married)
Denmark Marriages, 1635-1916
 
Family F4826
 
193
Fkt-1880; Humlum-; 3; Strandbjerregaard
82; Peter August Ægedius; m; 66; gift; Rastrup, Ålborg amt; Lutheran; Husfader, kapitalist
83; Marie Kirstine Ægedius Født Steenstrup; k; 62; gift; Flade sogn, Thisted amt; Lutheran; Hans hustru 
Ballebye Steenstrup,, Marie Kirstine (I13801)
 
194
Florine L Lemarr
United States Social Security Death Index
Age 69
Given Name Florine
Middle Name L
Surname Lemarr
Birth Date 21 Sep 1920
State Oregon
Last Place of Residence El Paso, Colorado
Previous Residence Postal Code 80905
Event Date 13 Feb 1989
"United States Social Security Death Index," database, FamilySearch  
Reeves, Florine Laura (I4464)
 
195
Fritze Theodora Juliane Von Jessen, born, 13 Nov 1853, Garnisons, Kjøbenhavn, Denmark, christened, 29 Dec 1863 in Kirke daughter of, Kjøbmand Johan Christian Von Jessen and Erasmina Petrina Ægidius.

Fritze Theodora Juliane V Jessen, of Fulstrup, confirmation, 7 Mar 1869, Ikast, Ringkøbing, Denmark, parents, Kjobmand, Johan Christian Jessen and Erasmine Petrine Ægidius in Kjøbenhavn, born, 13 Nov 1853, chistened 29 Dec 1853, Kjøbenhavn
Denmark Church Records, 1484-1941  
von Jessen, Fritze Theodora Juliane (I17207)
 
196
FUNERAL NOTICE. The Friends of Mrs. SARAH BURTON, deceased (relic of the late William Burton) are respectfully invited to attend her funeral to move from her late residence Staffordshire Villa, Tank-street, City. THIS (Monday) MORNING at 10 o'clock, to the South Brisbane Cemetery.
K. M. SMITH, Undertaker.

FUNERAL NOTICE. The friends of Misses MATTIE and MAY and Messrs. JOHN and PERCY BURTON are respectfully invited to attend the Funeral of their deceased Mother Mrs. Sarah Burton to move from her late residence Staffordshire Villa, Tank-street City, THIS (Monday) MORNING at 10 o'clock, to the South Brisbane Cemetery.
K. M. SMITH, Undertaker.

FUNERAL NOTICE. The Friends of Messrs. C. LANCASTER, J. GUSTAVSON. and J. OAKES are respectfully invited to attend the funeral of their deceased Mother-in-law Mrs. Sarah Burton, to move from her late residence Staffordshire Villa, Tank-street, City, THIS (Monday) MORNING at 10 o'clock to the South Brisbane Cemetery.
K. M. SMITH, Undertaker.

Transcribed from 'The Brisbane Courier' Monday 15th April 1907.
 
Alcock, Sarah Eliza (I2160)
 
197
Gjøde Laurentsen's name, date of birth and death was kindly shared by Sidse Aegidius.

He was also known as Ægidius Laurentii Ripensis

Giøde Laurentzen, Sognepræst

Ægidius Lauritsen

Ægidius er en latinisering af slægtsnavnet: Gjødesen
(Biografi of Ægidius, Bertel Christian)

Ægidius Laurentii Ripensis", "Gjøde (Ægidius) Laurentsen"

N o 1427. Bylderup,
Slogs Herred, Tønder County, Haderslev (Schleswig) Diocese.
Sources: Otto Fr. Arends; Achelis ; Wiberg; Kbg. 1664; The church language is Danish .
Note The priest lives in Lendemark.

[NB! Arends' data is presented here in Wiberg's format.]

No 1427. Bylderup, Slogs Herred, Tønder Amt, Haderslev (Slesvig) Stift.
6. 17/3 1661. Gjøde (Ægidius) Laurentsen, f. Ribe 7/1 37; F. Laurits Jensen, Stadssecr. og Viinhandler; M. Maren Bertelsdtr. Struck; St.
Ribe 56; ~ F. D. Mette Enevoldsdtr. (Ewald), f. c. 15/9 41; vist
2 ~ Catharine Holst; F. Andreas H.; M. Salome Lund af Ulderup; (mindst) 5 S.; see Etm.; Bertel C. G. i Varnæs; Johannes G. i Ravsted; [? 22/7 1698; (J. 420; C. lit. I. 335; Vahl. XIII. 2; Kinch: Ribe II. 255; B.-L. VI. 50 L. 12?13); KUM I, s. 266

N o 1427. Bylderup,
Slogs Herred, Tønder County, Haderslev (Schleswig) Diocese.
. o. 20/1 1631. Enevold Lauritsen from Ribe, fc 05; F. Laurits Enevoldsen of Ullerup-V. ; St. Ribe 27; 1 ~ Birgitte Sørensdtr. (?) From Ribe; 1 S .; 2 ~ c. 35 Katharina Johansdtr. Prætorius af Høist , b. 26/11 15, ? 10/11 01; 7 S., 3 D., who all took the Name of Ewald ; see N. Ewald in Høist ; Etm .; F. Lilius, Diak. * ; (Jochum E. in Hviding ); The son Laurentius became P. in Dagebøl ; [? 1660; (Krafft. 399; J. 420; Unsterb. Sterbl. II. 60 f .; Pr. Saml. 174); KUM I, p. 82 (»Envald. Lavr. Rip.«);PT 1981, pp. 133-143; 1985, pp. 202, 206; 1987, p. 81; 9: 5 (1932), pp. 219 ff. ].

6. 17/3 1661. Gjøde (Ægidius) Laurentsen , b. Ribe 7 /1 37; F. Laurits Jensen, Stadssecr. and wine merchants; M. Maren Bertelsdtr. Struck; St. Ribe 56; ~ FD Mette Enevoldsdtr. (Ewald), fc 15/9 41; vist 2 ~ Catharine Holst; F. Andreas H .; M. Salome Lund of Ulderup ; (at least) 5 S .; see Etm .; Bertel CG in Varnæs ; Johannes G. in Ravsted ; [? 22/7 1698; (J. 420; C. lit. I. 335; Vahl. XIII. 2; Kinch: Ribe II. 255; B.-L. VI. 50 L. 12?13); KUMI, p. 266 (»Ægidius Laurentii Ripensis«); PT 9: 5 (1932), p. 220 ].

7. 1698. FS Ewald (Enevold) Gjødesen (Ægidii); ~ Anna Sophie Hansdtr. Nissen, d. 26/3 73; F. HN, Herredsfgd. in Slogs H .; M. Dorothea Stridebek; (at least) 1 S., 1 D .; see C. Bluhme, kgl. Confess. ; [? 1732; his name on the church bell 1711 ; (J. 420; V. f. K. 2 RV 456; Sj. Aarb. 1891 S. 231); DanKir bd. 21, p. 1618 (see below) ].

(»Ægidius Laurentii Ripensis«); PT 9:5 (1932), s. 220].

6. 17/3 1661. Gjøde (Ægidius) Laurentsen , b. Ribe 7 /1 37; F. Laurits Jensen, Stadssecr. and wine merchants; M. Maren Bertelsdtr. Struck; St. Ribe 56; ~ FD Mette Enevoldsdtr. (Ewald), fc 15/9 41; vist

2 ~ Catharine Holst; F. Andreas H .; M. Salome Lund of Ulderup ; (at least) 5 S .; see Etm .; Bertel CG in Varnæs ; Johannes G. in Ravsted ; [? 22/7 1698; (J. 420; C. lit. I. 335; Vahl. XIII. 2; Kinch: Ribe II. 255; B.-L. VI. 50 L. 12?13); KUMI, p. 266 (»Ægidius Laurentii Ripensis«); PT 9: 5 (1932), p. 220 ].

Arends, Otto Fr .: The clergy in Schleswig and Holstein from the Reformation to 1864 . Copenhagen 1932.
Churches of Denmark , Vol. 21 Tønder county, ed. of the National Museum 1957. Bylderup Church , pp. 1606-1624.
Dahl, Aage: Bidrag til Johannes Ewalds Slægtshistorie. Personalhistorisk Tidsskrift , 9: 5 (1932), pp. 215-247.

The former Diocese of Ribe was a Roman Catholic diocese in Southern Jutland, Denmark. The diocese was established in 948, and dissolved in 1536 during the Protestant Reformation. Within the newly established protestant Church of Denmark, the Diocese of Ribe effectively replaced its Roman Catholic precursor.

The diocese contained 29 deaneries and 278 parishes. Its bishop also oversaw a number of monasteries and friaries, in addition to a hospital.
(Wikipedia)  
Laurentsen/Lauridsen, Sognepræst Gjøde/Ægidius (I13792)
 
198
Grandfather, Lyle Cubbage 
Shinkoskey, Janine (I16522)
 
199
Grendelbruch. 1812 Décès 1793-1862) 
Metzger, Laurent/Florent (I11965)
 
200
Gribble, John Brown (1847?1893)
This article was published: in the Australian Dictionary of Biography, Volume 4 , 1972
online in 2006
John Brown Gribble (1847-1893), missionary, was born on 1 September 1847 at Redruth, Cornwall, England, son of Benjamin Gribble, miner, and his wife Mary, née Brown. He arrived at Port Phillip in 1848 with his parents. They settled at Geelong where John was educated and on 4 February 1868 married Mary Ann Elizabeth Bulmer.

In October 1876 Gribble was admitted to the ministry of the United Free Methodist Church, but soon joined the Congregational Union of Victoria and became a home missionary at Rutherglen and Wahgunyah near the Murray River. His travels took him into the Riverina where he preached at Jerilderie, became its first resident missionary, had an encounter with the Kelly gang and made contact with the remnants of Aboriginal tribes. In 1879 he visited Maloga mission on the Murray, toured the Murrumbidgee with Daniel Matthews, at Jerilderie published A Plea for the Aborigines of New South Wales, and with £6 15s. and the help of his wife opened the Warangesdah Aboriginal Mission at Darlington Point. They built huts, dormitories and a church and made several converts. In 1880 the mission received a government grant and was visited by Bishop Mesac Thomas, of Goulburn, who baptized nineteen Aborigines and decided to sponsor the mission. Gribble was made a stipendiary reader that year, deacon in 1881 and priest in 1883. With help from the government, diocese and Aborigines Protection Association the mission prospered but the costs rose to £1200. In 1883 a report on Warangesdah by the protector of Aborigines provoked a government inquiry which led to the reform of the Aborigines Protection Board.

In 1884 Gribble was invited by Bishop Henry Parry of Perth to work in Western Australia and went to England where he raised funds and published Black but Comely, a description of Aboriginal life in Australia. In 1885 he opened a mission on the Gascoyne River but was strongly opposed by settlers who exploited native labour. In 1886 he published Dark Deeds in a Sunny Land: this fierce castigation of his opponents created a furore and the welfare of the Aborigines was obscured by much blackening of reputations until 1905. The booklet included an allegation that ?quite sixty natives, men, women and children? had been shot dead in one day in the Pilbara region, in what later became known as the Flying Foam massacre. Gribble?s witness, one David Carly, claimed to have seen ?the skulls of fifteen who were shot?.

In 1887 the mission was abandoned and Gribble returned to New South Wales where he opened a mission on the Darling River for the Aborigines Protection Association. In 1889-90 he was rector of Temora where he built the first church; after losing all his belongings when the rectory was burnt down he became rector at Batlow. In both parishes he continued to devote much time to the Aborigines. In 1892 he went to Queensland to open Yarrabah mission near Cairns. Suffering from malaria he retired to Sydney where he died on 3 June 1893. His tombstone in the Waverley cemetery described him as the 'Blackfellows' Friend'.

Gribble was survived by his wife, four sons and five daughters. His eldest son, Ernest Richard Bulmer Gribble (1868-1957), helped his father to found the Yarrabah mission and was in charge of it in 1894-1910. He was rector of Gosford in 1911-14, head of the Forrest River Mission, Western Australia, in 1914-28, chaplain of the Palm Island Aboriginal Settlement in 1931-41 and canon of North Queensland diocese in 1941-57. In 1932 he published The Problem of the Australian Aboriginal and in 1933 A Despised Race: The Vanishing Aboriginals of Australia. He was appointed O.B.E. in 1956.
Select Bibliography

R. T. Wyatt, The History of the Diocese of Goulburn (Syd, 1937)
P. Hasluck, Black Australians (Melb, 1942)
B. Thorn (ed), Letters from Goulburn (Canberra, 1964)
Votes and Proceedings (Legislative Assembly, New South Wales), 1883, 3, 919, 937.


 
Gribble, John Brown (I17948)
 

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