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17301 Warne, Frederick, Holly Bush Farm, farmer
Warne, Charlotte Alma, Holly Bush Farm, domestic duties 
Andrews, Charlotte Alma (I1146)
 
17302 Warne, Frederick, Holly Bush Farm, farmer
Warne, Charlotte Alma, Holly Bush Farm, domestic duties 
Warne, Frederick (I1145)
 
17303 Warracknabeal Herald
Friday 4/4/1947 page 2

The death occurred in the Warracknabeal District Hospital early yesterday
(Thursday) morning of Mr. W. S. H. Bell, manager of the Warracknabeal branch
of the Bank of New South Wales. A full report of Mr. Bell's passing will be
printed in the next issue of the "Herald".



OBITUARY
MR. W. H. S. BELL

As already briefly reported in a previous issue, the death occurred in the
Warracknabeal District hospital on Thursday morning last week of Mr. Walter
S. H. Bell, of Warracknabeal, who had been six years manager of the
Warracknabeal branch of the Bank of New South Wales, was a well-known and
respected citizen of this town and his sudden death caused deep regret to
residents of this district. Mr. Bell, who was aged 50 years [sic], was
admitted to hospital on the previous Saturday night for an appendicial
operation.
Deceased, who was the son of the late William and Mary Bell of Stawell, was
born at Horsham but lived during his boyhood days at Stawell where he later
entered the banking service. Before coming to Warracknabeal, the late Mr.
Bell had been in West Australia for some 30 years. In 1914 he married Miss
Winifred Raybould, of Perth, who survives her husband. Since his arrival in
Warracknabeal the late Mr. Bell had taken a keen interest in civic affairs
and supported all moves for the betterment of the town and district. He had
also been a keen member of the Warracknabeal Chamber of Commerce and this
year having been President. The late Mr. Bell is survived by an only
daughter Erna and two sisters, Mrs. Wright (Stawell) and Mrs. Allsop (Kew).
His only brother Douglas (Stawell) predeceased him.
The funeral took place to the Warracknabeal Cemetery on Good Friday, April
4th. Interment being in the Presbyterian portion after a service read by
The Rev. J. J. E. Scott. Among the many beautiful floral tributes received
were wreaths from the Rotary Club, Chamber of Commerce, Hospital management,
Hospital Ladies' Auxiliary and the Golf Club. The coffin-bearers were
Messrs. D. McCombe, W. Story, G. J. Crevar, H. Freeman, A. Hunter and A.
Heath and pall-bearers, Messrs. A. Featherly, Cameron, Hoskin, W. T. Dally,
C. H. Main, Murison, Gledhill and C. McCullough. Funeral arrangements were
carried out by Messrs. W. R. Gardiner and Son.

 
Bell, Walter Seth Hague (I1944)
 
17304 Warwick Castle Neville, Anne (I19520)
 
17305 Was previously thought to be Graydon changed to Sparrow on the 2 June 2015, by Joanne Sparrow, Elizabeth (I11831)
 
17306 Was raised by his Grandparents Jens Pedersen and Matilda....Then continued running the farm Silver Dawn. Peterson, Private Peter William Christian (Pete) WW1 (I2377)
 
17307 Was raised by his Grandparents Jens Pedersen and Matilda....Then continued running the farm Silver Dawn. Peterson, Private Peter William Christian (Pete) Ww1 (I2377)
 
17308 Washington Colony Cemetery
Fresno
Fresno County
California, USA
(Find A Grave Memorial) 
Jessen, Anna Sophia Fredericka (I4178)
 
17309 Water Boring.- H N. Campbell, boring contractor, was successful in securing a supply of 5000 gallons per day on Mr. A. F. Jessen's Charlestown property, the water being of excellent quality
Transcribed from The Brisbane Courier, Queensland, Thursday, 24 July 1930

COOLABUNIA
Maize Crop.-In consequence of the fine weather and hard roads, the deliveries of maize have been more substantial. Mr. Chris. Jessen, the king maize grower of this district, started shelling on July 17. His crop is estimated to yield about 3500 bags
Transcribed from The Brisbane Courier, Queensland, Thursday 24 July 1930
 
Jessen, Andrew Frederick (I3660)
 
17310 Waters, William Allen, Lowood, chemist
Waters, Florence Harriet, Lowood, domestic duties 
Hoar, Florence Harriett (I2111)
 
17311 Waters, William Allen, Lowood, chemist
Waters, Florence Harriet, Lowood, domestic duties 
Allen-Waters or Waters, William (I2110)
 
17312 WATSON Cyril
Funeral notice 27 DEC 1984
Funeral, late of Casino
Northern Star (Lismore) 26 DEC 1984
(The Ryerson Index Online Database) 
Watson, Cyril (I14701)
 
17313 WATSON Doris Mary
Funeral notice 13 MAY 1966
Funeral, late of Casino
Northern Star (Lismore) 13 MAY 1966
(The Ryerson Index Online Database) 
Brennock, Doris Mary (I14654)
 
17314 Watt-Cramb.
In the Beenleigh Methodist Church on September 20 the Rev. A. H. Hughes solemnised the marriage of Mr. Herbert Albert Watt (youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. David S. Watt, Luscombe) and Miss Hazel Winnifred Cramb (sixth daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Cramb, Luscombe). Miss Thompson presided at the organ. The bride, who was given away by her father, was gowned in ivory flat crepe, made on classical lines, featur- ing dolman sleeves and inlet with mariette. Her veil of hand-em- broidered tulle was lent by Mrs. S. Mathias, and she carried arum lilies. Miss Rose Cramb attended her sister as bridesmaid, wearing buttercup silk voile with a picture hat. She carried mauve stocks. Mr. Robert R. Veivers was the best man. After the cere- mony a reception was held at the Cafe Royal, Beenleigh. Mr. and Mrs. David S. Watt and Mr. W. F. Cramb re- ceived the guests. On leaving by car for the honeymoon Mrs. H. A. Watt wore a travelling frock of maroon marocain finished with gold buttons. She added a matching hat of baku straw.

Transscribed from 'The Brisbane Courier' Thursday 28th September 1933 
Family F1483
 
17315 Waverley Cemetery is known as Sydney General Cemetery, Waverley General Cemetery
 
Collins, Pearly/Pearl Sarah (I13639)
 
17316 We Remember
Gloria Jean May
14/06/1943-31/01/2015 
Hold, Gloria Jean (I7033)
 
17317 Webb Arthur Beard
Birth: unknown
Death: 1920

Family links:
Parents:
Jeremiah G. Beard (1837 - 1915)
Merrett McDowell Beard (1843 - 1918)

Siblings:
Lewellyn A. Beard (____ - 1898)*
Mertie Beard Heath (____ - 1953)*
Webb Arthur Beard (____ - 1920)
Anna Beard Morrison (1872 - 1944)*
Ray Beard (1876 - 1955)*

*Calculated relationship

Burial:
Maple Grove Cemetery
Ovid
Clinton County
Michigan, USA
Plot: Sec. H, C048 Mausoleum

Created by: Glenn Geirland
Record added: Sep 24, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 97708269 
Beard, Webb A (I16005)
 
17318 Wedding of Mr. C. E. Pumphrey

Mr Charles Ernest Pumphrey son of Mr Joseph Pumphrey of Minister-Acres Northumberland and Miss Iris Mary Bell, daughter of Mr Mobley Bell of 22, Park Crescent, Portland Place, London, were married on Wednesday at the Church ot the Annunciation. London. The bride who was given away by her father wore a gown of white ivory satin trimmed with old Limerick lace, the skirt garnished with white satin roses and leaves. The veil covered a tiara of orange blossoms. There were nine bridesmaids, dress in Champaign colour net, trimmed with pale green, and hats of the same net trimmed with simple wreath of roses and green wreath. The best man was Mr Patrick Young. The reception held by Mrs Moberly Bell at 22, Park Crescent, was largely attended as reported in another column, Mr Pumphrey was on Saturday last presented with a testimonial from the officials of the Ashington Collieries.
Morpeth Herald 15 June 1907 
Family F28
 
17319 WEDDING.

HASTIE-BASSETT.

At All Saints' Church, Wickham Terrace, Brisbane, on. February 12. the marriage was solemnised of Mr. Thomas Hastie, sixth son of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hastie, of Mareeba, North Queensland, and Miss Elsie Bassett, third daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Bassett, of St. Peters, Jersey Channel Islands, England. The Rev. R. B. Bates, M.A., performed the ceremony.

The bride, who was given away by Mr. Ralph Hume Hastie, wore a frock of parchment mariette trimmed with lace, and hat eu suite. She carried a bouquet of Rev. Page Roberts roses and foliage. Miss Edythe Walker was bridesmaid. She wore a frock of shell pink georgette, with hat to tone, and she carried an early Victoriian bouquet of pink gladioli and Countess of Gosford roses. Mr. William Williamson acted as best man.

At the conclusion of the ceremony a wedding breakfast was held at the Jenolan Cafe.

On leaving for the honeymoon, Mrs. T. Hastie wore a smart two toned frock of crepe de chine, with hat to match.

Cairns Post (Qld. : 1909 - 1954) Wednesday 2 March 1927 
Family F147
 
17320 Wedding.

Moffitt - Bergann.

St. George's Church of England, Maleny, was decorated by the girl friends of the bride for the marriage of Miss Evelyn Bergann (only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Bergann, Witta,), and Mr. Wesley Moffitt (eldest son of the late G. T. Moffitt, and of Mrs. Moffiit, of Maleny), on Saturday last. Tht Rev. J. D. Anderson officiated, and Mrs. Anderson played the wedding march. The bride, who entered the church with her father, wore a gown of ivory georgette and silk lace, moulded to the figure, the skirt falling into a long train. Her net veil was fastened with a coronet of orange blossoms, and she carried a bouquet of white roses. The attendants, Misses Ettie Bergann (cousin of the bride) and Marjorie Moffitt (sister of the bridegroom), were frocked alike in pink silk georgette with shoulder posies of camelias in pink tonings. Mr. Charles Porter was best man, and Mr. Les. Bergann, groomsman. At the reception at the Hotel Maleny, the mother of the bride received the guests. Her frock of navy boucle crepe was relieved with beige, and she wore a velour hat to tone. Mrs. Mofitt mother of the bridegroom, was frocked in navy crepe romaine with matching straw hat. When leaving for Sydney, where the honeymoon is being spent, Mrs. W. Moffitt wore a black tailored costume and a fur felt hat.

Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser (Qld. : 1922 - 1954) Friday 3 July 1936 
Family F145
 
17321 Wedding.

BALDWIN - SHERWELL.

At the residence of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Sherweil, of Booloumba. via Kenilworth. on December 6. the marriage of their second daughter, Doris Amy. with Alan John Baldwin, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Alan Baldwin. Glenview. Mooloolah. was celebrated by Rev. J. Taylor, of Imbil. The dining-room was prettily decorated with white streamers, and a pink wed ding bell above the bridal couple. The bride, who was given away by her father, was daintily frocked in white mariette and lace, with floating panel edged with lace, and her bridal cap was worn with an embroidered tulle veil and a wreath of oraange blos soms. She also carried a bouquet of white roses, arranged with asparagus fern and tied with white satin stream ers. The bridesmaids were Miss Jean Mackay (Caloundra) and Miss Madge Nicholls. Miss Mackay was dressed in cream flounced lace, over pink, and Miss Nicholls' choice was pink crepe de Chine, trimmed with silver lace. Each maid wore hats en suite, and carried a bouquet of pink roses set in asparagus fern and tied with pink streamers. The duties of best man were carried out by Mr. Owen Bald win brother of the bridegroom: those ot groomsman by Mr. Will Shorwell brother of the bride). As the bride entered. 'The Voice That Breathed O'er Eden' was rendered. At the conclusion of the ceremony Mrs. A. L. Stevens (sister of the bridegroom) sang 'They Say. The wedding breakfast was served on the verandah to about 40 guests, when the usual toasts were honoured. The beautiful three-tier wedding cake was made by the bride's mother, and iced by a girlfriend. Miss N. Pickering. The bride's travelling dress, was of navy crepe de Chine, relieved by bois de rose, and a hat to harmonise. Mrs. Sherwell. thr bride's mother, was gowned in black Duchess mousseline. and hat to match. Mrs. Allan Bald win chose a black crepe de Chine hat. The bridegroom's present to brides maids were a string of crystal beads, and to the bride a cheque. The happy couple motored through to their future home at Glenview. Mooloolah. The presents. including cheiques, were numerous and costly.

Transcribed from Nambour Chronicle 14th December 1928

 
Family F1809
 
17322 WEDDINGS.

COCKERILL - HITCHCOCK.

Miss Dorothy Hitchcock (twin daughter of the late Mr. F. Hitchcock, Norman Street, Townsville) and Mr. Allan Cockerill (only son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Alan Cockerill. Young Street, Annerley, Brisbane) were married by the Rev. J. Hall in St. Phillips Church of England, Annerley, on April 2 (says the 'Courier-Mail'). Shirred sleeves were a feature of the trained gowns of Ivory matelasse worn by the bride, who was given away by Mr. Ralph Hastie. Her cut tulle veil was lent by Mrs. John White. The only bridesmaid. Miss Olga Randall, wore almond green matelasse finished with gold tassels, and her picture hat of green tulle was ornamented with gold leaves. Mr. Tom Schlers was best man. The reception was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alan Cockerill. The honey moon is being spent on a visit to Tasmania.

Townsville Daily Bulletin (Qld. : 1885 - 1954) Monday 20 April 1936 
Family F129
 
17323 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F341
 
17324 WEDDINGS.
Stephensen-Tardent.
A very popular wedding was celebrated on Thursday evening in the Exhibition Hall at Biggenden. The building was beautifully decorated with flags and foliage. The bridegroom, Mr. C. J. Stephensen, is the secretary of the A. and P. Society ; the bride, Miss Marie Tardent, is the second daughter of the manager of the State farm. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Archdeacon Rivers. At the end of the service various toasts were honoured, and dancing was kept up till daylight. The wedding presents were very numerous, and of a useful nature. It is estimated that fully 200 people attended the ceremony. The young couple spent the honeymoon at Pialba.

Transcribed from 'The Brisbane Courier' Monday 31st December 1900 
Family F1999
 
17325 WEGENER Julia Margaret
Death notice 11 NOV 1991
Death at age 81, late of Maryborough
Fraser Coast Chronicle (Hervey Bay), 12 NOV 1991
(The Ryerson Index Online Database)  
Deutchmann, Julia Margaret (I159)
 
17326 WEGENER Lindsay
Death notice 25 MAY 1969
Death at age 62, late of Maryborough
Fraser Coast Chronicle (Hervey Bay), 27 MAY 1969
(The Ryerson Index Online Database )

1969
Reg no C2656
Lindsay Herbert Wegener
Parents Albert August Wegener and Adline Brede
(From Queensland historical Death Insex 1829-1984) 
Wegener, Lindsay Herbert (I363)
 
17327 WEST Harold Edward (Harry)
Death notice 26 APR 2002
Death, age, 73 at RPA Hospital, Sydney, late of Bathurst
Western Advocate (Bathurst) 30 APR 2002
(The Ryerson Index Online Database )

WEST Harold Edward (Harry)
Death notice 01MAY2002 Publication
Western Advocate (Bathurst) 01MAY2002
(The Ryerson Index Online Database)  
West, Harold Edward (I401)
 
17328 Westminster Abbey. Neville, Anne (I19520)
 
17329 Westminster Palace. Plantagenet, Edward [Black Prince] (I19470)
 
17330 WHALAN Joyce Enid
Death notice 15 FEB 2000
Death, age, 80, late of Merrylands
Sydney Morning Herald 17 FEB 2000
(The Ryerson Index Online Database)  
McLood, Joyce Enid (I8658)
 
17331 WHATMAN. On Thursday, January 22,
1976, in the early hours of the morning, Mrs.
Effie Margaret Whatman passed quietly to her
rest. Sister Whatman was sixty-three years of
age, and for forty-four of those years had been
the beloved companion of her husband, Brother
Glennon Wilton Whatman. The Whatmans have
of recent years been living with one of their
two daughters at Emerald Creek near Mareeba
in North Queensland. Previously, for many
years they had been members of the Wollongong
church, New South Wales. Sister Whatman
was laid to rest in the Mareeba Cemetery where
she awaits the call of the Lord whom she loved.
M. L. Woods
(Seventh Day Adventist Paper. Australian Record, VOL. 81, NO. 7 PRICE: 13 CENTS February 16, 1976) 
Bunt, Effie M (I901)
 
17332 Wheelwright, farmer, joiner and undertaker at Mareham le Fen (Janet SMITH) . Herring, Herbert Richard (I8179)
 
17333 When Amalie Kother Gotting married Boi Peter Bundesen, she was the widow of Frederick Gotting.
Amalie Kother and Frederick Gotting were married
There was one child born to Amalie Kother and Frederidk Gotting. She was called Amalie.
Frederick Gotting died from Kerosene burns on 9 March 1863. He was the keeper of a Refreshment Tent. There was an inquest.[Source: Diggers Pioneer Index- Victoria 1836-1888 and Inquests]


Amalie Bundesen in Australien [Australia] was the second witness on the birth certificate of Amalie Cathrine Bundesen, niece of her husband Boi Peter Bundesen. She would have been one of the sponers at the christening on 12 March 1865.
Amalia Bundesen was enrolled on the first electoral Roll for women in New Zealand

Electoral Roll New Zealand.
Index of First Women Electors: 1893
Produced by St. Johns New Society of Genealogists.
BUNDESEN, AMALIA.
Residence; Timaru. Occupation: Married Woman.

New Zealand Free Lance, R?rahi III, Putanga 126, 29 Whiringa-?-rangi 1902, Wh?rangi 19
THE GREAT HERBAL REMEDY VITADATIO HAS Cured Mrs. P. B. Bundesen OF GALL STONES. Church-street, Timaru July 16, 1896. To the Agents for VITADATIO, Mr. S. A. Palmer, Invercargill and 45 to 47 Bourk&-st., Melbourne. Dear Sir, ? When you called to see me seven weeks ago. and told me what the Herbal Remedy, VITADATIO, would do for me, it seemed too good to be true ; but I have found it even better than you have claimed for it. I have been suffering from gall stones for about tea years, and have on several occasions had my life despaired of. I had been con- stantly ill for twelve months, before you caleld, and had passed several small stones, with great pain. During nine months of the time I suffered from jaundice, and was unable to take solid food. I had the best medical advice of the town, and, after a consultation, the doctors said they could not do anything moire for me unless I submitted to an operation, which I refused to do. About five weeks after I began taking VITA- DATIO, and had taken about three large bottles', I massed a large stone about the size of a hazel nut, and almost without any pam. The jaundice has now com- pletely left me and m^ appetite return- ed 1 ; I can eat anything, and can walk about and attend to my duties, and feel in the best of health. I freely give you this testimonial, as I wislh other sufferers to know about this wonderful remedy, and I thank God that you came to Timaru with it. Tom are at liberty to make whatever use you think fit of this letter, and I shall be pleased to answer any inquiries about my case. Yours, gratefully, Mrs. B. P. BUNDESEN. For further particnlnrs. S. A. PALMER. WAREHOUSE. WATFRLOO QUAY, WELLINGTON. . Correspondence Invited. Write for TeßtimonaTimaru
ls. The price of Medicine is 5s Gd and 3s 6d per bottle
[Papers Past]

Australasian Federal Directory
Bundesen B. P. coal merchant, Church st. Timaru, N.Z.

Timaru Herald, R?rahi LVIII, Putanga 1805, 13 H?ngongoi 1895, Wh?rangi 3
THE ORANGE LODGES
Anniversary in the Assembly Rooms.
Mrs Bundesen assisted at the concert
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3
Timaru Herald, R?rahi LIX, Putanga 1889, 10 Whiringa-?-nuku 1895, Wh?rangi 3

LAND TRANSFER NOTICES
Notice is hereby given, that the several parcels of Land hereunder described will be brought under the provisions of " The Land Transfer Act, 1885". Unless Cavaet be lodged forbidding the same, on or before 4 November 1895

7702 -AMELIA BUNDESEN- 29 Perches, Part Rural Section 1757, Block X., Arowhenna Survey district, Occupied by Applicant.
Diagrams may be inspected at this office
Dated the 28th. day of September 1895, at the Lands Registry Office, Christchurch
J.M. Batham,
District Land Registrar

in New Zealand: 67

Note for Linwood Cemetery:
Linwood Cemetery was opened in 1884 and was then called Christchurch Cemetery , also Sandilands Cemetery. The soil was very sandy 
Kother, Amalia (I4357)
 
17334 When Carlos Married Dorothy Whittaker, He was 30yrs,and she was 20yrs. Family F1402
 
17335 When her mother died on 31 Aug.1789, MAREN ANDERSEN was married to JURGEN ROSSEN in Uck with 5 children.
 
Andersen, Maren (I4758)
 
17336 When John Enlisted for WW1 his job was a labourer.
No 5435...Unit 14/25th Rifles. Joined 25 january 1916.
5 ft 3half inches. tall.
Weight...98lbs.
Red hair.
Fair Complexion.
Grey Eyes.
Embarked from Australia on the Ledger Bard, 8/8/1916 and was in France feb 1917.
In Sept 1918 spent 4 weeks in Bristol Hospital for Shrapnel Wound to Left Thig 
Wands, John (I1879)
 
17337 When she married Andreas Frands Iwanow, Bendikta Pedersdatter was the widow of Jacob Stoudt. They were married in Garnison Parish, Copenhagen on 8 Dec. 1793. [Garnison Kirkebog 1740- 1816]

Jacob Stoudt died between 1801-1807

The daughter of Jacob Stoudt and Bendikta Pedersdatter Maria Elizabeth Stoudt. She was born on 15 Dec.1799 in Frderiks Tyske Parish, Copenhagen and christened on 16 Jan. 1800. [Frederiks Tyske Kirke 1797-1814] She was confirmed in Monkebo Kirke, Bjerge District, Odense County on the Island of Funen [Fyn}, in Denmark

Marie Elisabeth Stoudt, Steddatter [stepdaughter] af Krydsbetjent Ivanow in Munkeboe Mark, married Master Shoemaker [Skomagermester]Johan Wilhelm of Kerteminde on 23 Apr.1819 in Monkebo Kirke
[Krydsbetjent, Some sort of Officer}

Andreas Frands Iwanow
Controlleur og Dannebrogsmand, Kongelig [Royal} Krydsbetjent at Odense Fjord. He was also a Toldcontroleur. This was a Customs Officer


 
Pedersdatter, Bendikta (I4347)
 
17338 When Stephen joined the force he satated that he was born 19 Aug 1901. Porter, Corporal Stephen - QX14968 (I5840)
 
17339 WHITE Stanley Arthur (Pop)
Death notice 19 OCT 2002
Death Age: 90, late of Maryborough
Fraser Coast Chronicle (Hervey Bay),21 OCT 2002
(Ryerson Index Search)  
White, Stanley Arthur (I8577)
 
17340 WHITECHURCH. ?On the 24th August, 1938 (suddenly), at his brother's residence, Poplar Vale, Mangalore West. William, the beloved hushand of Hannah Whltechurch. of Coreen, via Corowa (N.S.W.). and loving brother of George (deceased). Robert, Edward, John. Alfred (deceased), Thomas, Emma (Mrs. Mcivor), aged 66 years.
 
Whitechurch, William (I485)
 
17341 Widner: Hans Johannsen of Wilsbaech: 2. Jess Jessen Undelef: 3. Thomsens Hansens, Kiesten of [af] Wilsbaech
 
Friederichsen, Rasmus (I5312)
 
17342 Widower Peder Stephensen, died on 27 August 1865 in Snaertinge and was buried on 30 Aug. 1855. He was a pauper living on alms. [Saerslev Kirkebog 1865-1876. Opslag 91. No. 11]
 
Stephensen Rasmusen, Peder (I4128)
 
17343 Wigtoft, Lincolnshire, England. Holland, Samuel (I16742)
 
17344 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F1946
 
17345 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F1945
 
17346 WILD Sébastien
WILD Simon
KUMPFF Marie Anne
20/01/1749
Menuisier
Mollkirch Naissances 1686-1799
 
Wild, Sébastien (I11279)
 
17347 Wilfred James William WADE
Surname: WADE
Given Name(s): Wilfred James William
Occupation:Pensioner
Age: 77 Year(s)
Place of Birth: Tiaro
Undertaker: Ross, L G
Conductor: Rev M J Scragg
Date of Funeral: 14 July 1984
Cemetery: Degilbo
Section: D
Headstone: No
Row: 2
Plot Number: 13
(North Burnett Regional Council 2013 ) 
Wade, Wilfred James William (I4698)
 
17348 WILHELM Marie Elisabeth
Père: WILHELM Jean Georges
Mère: TRALLER Catherine
Naissance: 20/09/1751
Laubenheim
(Mollkirch Naissances 1686-1799) 
Wilhelm, Elisabeth (I12143)
 
17349 WILHELM Odile (70)
épouse
METZGER Pierre
01/03/1770
(Grendelbruch.1625 Décès.1793-1862) 
Wilhelm, Odile (I11953)
 
17350 Wilhelmine Rosina BERTHOLD
Born October 4, 1835 in Neckarsulm, Heilbronn, Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany
Jurgen Adolph THOMSEN
Born 1833 in Flensburg, Schleswig-Holstein, Germanymap
Wilhelmina Rosina Berthold
Born 1833 in Flensburg, Schleswig-Holstein, Germanymap
Born October 4, 1835 in Neckarsulm, Heilbronn, Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany

Emigration
BERTHOLD MINNA, age 18, arrival, JAN 1855, ship, UNDINE, F, 029 004
F=French Port
(Index to Unassisted Inward Passenger Lists to Victoria 1852-1923)

BERTHOLD WILHELMINA, age 19, ship UNDINE, FEB 1855, destination, SYDNEY, FEB 1855 002
(Index to Outward Passengers to Interstate, UK, NZ and Foreign Ports 1852-1923)

BERTHOLD Rosina, age, 19, Undine, arrival, 1855, Sydney and/or Newcastle and family Reel 2472, [4/4956]
(Assisted Immigrants, New South Wales State Records

The Family

BERTHOLD Catherina 51 Undine 1855 Sydney and/or Newcastle and family Reel 2472, [4/4956]
BERTHOLD Francis 47 Undine 1855 Sydney and/or Newcastle and family Reel 2472, [4/4956]
BERTHOLD Francis 22 Undine 1855 Sydney and/or Newcastle and family Reel 2472, [4/4956]
BERTHOLD Francis 15 Undine 1855 Sydney and/or Newcastle and family Reel 2472, [4/4956
BERTHOLD Rosina, age, 19, Undine, arrival, 1855, Sydney and/or Newcastle and family Reel 2472, [4/4956]

Mariners and ships in Australian Waters
UNDINE
OF ??, T.E. KEIYSER, MASTER, BURTHEN 727 TONS
FROM THE PORT OF HAMBURG via MELBOURNE TO SYDNEY, NEW SOUTH WALES, 13th FEBRUARY

Death Registration
15453/1911 THOMSEN ADOLPH J JOSEPH A WILHELMINE MORUYA
19734/1920 THOMSEN ANNIE F JURGEN A WILHELMINA R MORUYA
18429/1922 THOMSEN KARL L JERKIN A WILHELMINA R MORUYA
9632/1885 THOMSEN HENRY A JURGEN H WILHELMINA MORUYA
15951/1929 THOMSEN FREDERICK C JURGEN A WILHELMINA MORUYA

Emigration
BERTHOLD AUGUST 14 JAN 1855 UNDINE F 029 004
BERTHOLD CATHARINE 50 JAN 1855 UNDINE F 029 004
BERTHOLD F T 47 JAN 1855 UNDINE F 029 004
BERTHOLD FRANZ 22 JAN 1855 UNDINE F 029 004
BERTHOLD J MR A MAY 1884 ORIENT B 435 018
BERTHOLD MARIE 17 JAN 1855 UNDINE F 029 004
BERTHOLD MINNA 18 JAN 1855 UNDINE F 029 004
Index to Unassisted Inward Passenger Lists to Victoria 1852-1923

Index to Outward Passengers to Interstate, UK, NZ and Foreign Ports 1852-1923
BERTHOLD ?- WIFE WITH 51 UNDINE FEB 1855 SYDNEY FEB 1855 002
BERTHOLD A J 22 UNDINE FEB 1855 SYDNEY FEB 1855 002
BERTHOLD AUGUST 15 UNDINE FEB 1855 SYDNEY FEB 1855 002
BERTHOLD JOHANNA 34 UNDINE FEB 1855 SYDNEY FEB 1855 003
BERTHOLD MARIA 18 UNDINE FEB 1855 SYDNEY FEB 1855 002
BERTHOLD WILHELMINA 19 UNDINE FEB 1855 SYDNEY FEB 1855 002
Index to Outward Passengers to Interstate, UK, NZ and Foreign Ports 1852-1923

Sydney
Emigration
BERTHOLD Rosina, age, 19, Undine, arrival, 1855, Sydney and/or Newcastle and family Reel 2472, [4/4956]
(Assisted Immigrants, New South Wales State Records

BERTHOLD Catherina 51 Undine 1855 Sydney and/or Newcastle and family Reel 2472, [4/4956]
BERTHOLD Constance inft Hotspur 1863 Sydney and family Reel 2139, [4/4797]; Reel 2481, [4/4982]
BERTHOLD Francis 47 Undine 1855 Sydney and/or Newcastle and family Reel 2472, [4/4956]
BERTHOLD Francis 15 Undine 1855 Sydney and/or Newcastle and family Reel 2472, [4/4956
BERTHOLD Rosina, age, 19, Undine, arrival, 1855, Sydney and/or Newcastle and family Reel 2472, [4/4956] BERTHOLD Francis 22 Undine 1855 Sydney and/or Newcastle and family Reel 2472, [4/4956]

Emigration
BERTHOLD Francis, age 22, ship, Undine 1855, arrival, Sydney and/or Newcastle and family Reel 2472, [4/4956]
(Assisted Immigrants, New South Wales State Records)

A Death
Death of Mr. F. J. Berthold, Mr Francis Joseph Berthold, a very old and respected resident of the town and district died at his, late residence Grant-street, last night. The deceased was 87 years of age, and enjoyed excellent health until very recently. His wife predeceased him some years ago. He leaves a family of two sons and two daughters, with whom much sympathy will be felt. The funeral took place this afternoon, the interment being in the Roman Catholic Cemetery at Campbell's Hill.
The Maitland Daily Mercury, NSW, Tuesday, 28 October 1919

Death Registration
25757/1919
BERTHOLD FRANZ J, 87 YRS
WEST MAITLAND
WEST MAITLAND
(New South Wales Death Index 1788-1985)




 
Berthold, Wilhelmina Rosina/Rosina Wilhelmina (I9859)
 

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