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17301 William Hammond Lillingstone, Maleny, school teacher
Jessie Elizabeth Lillingstone, Maleny, domestic duties 
Lillingstone, William Hammond (I121)
 
17302 William Hammond Lillingstone, Maleny, school teacher
Jessie Elizabeth Lillingstone, Maleny, domestic duties 
Lillingstone, William Hammond (I121)
 
17303 William Hammond Lillingstone, Maleny, school teacher
Jessie Elizabeth Lillingstone, Maleny, domestic duties 
Smith, Jessie Elizabeth (I122)
 
17304 William Hammond Lillingstone, Maleny, school teacher
Jessie Elizabeth Lillingstone, Maleny, domestic duties 
Smith, Jessie Elizabeth (I122)
 
17305 William Harmon Smith lived at Litchborough, Northamptonshire.
Charlotte Liley lived at 3 Nelson Terrace, City Row, Middlesex 
Family F537
 
17306 William Hector Andrews ( - 1995)
Passed away on 28 February 1995
Aged 88 years old
(Forest Lawn Memorial Park Search)

ANDREWS William Hector
Death notice 28 FEB 1995
Death 88, late of Guildford
Sydney Morning Herald 01 MAR 1995
(The Ryerson Index Online Database)  
Andrews, William Hector (I14732)
 
17307 William Henry Wells, Maleny, farmer
Hannah Wells, Maleny, domesti duties 
Smith, Hannah (I288)
 
17308 William Henry Wells, Maleny, farmer
Hannah Wells, Maleny, domesti duties 
Smith, Hannah (I288)
 
17309 William Henry Wells, Maleny, farmer
Hannah Wells, Maleny, domesti duties 
Wells, William Henry (I287)
 
17310 William Henry Wells, Maleny, farmer
Hannah Wells, Maleny, domesti duties 
Wells, William Henry (I287)
 
17311 WILLIAM HOLD aged 85 years, born Northamptonshire and died on 16 Sep 1895 at Jalluker via Stawell is buried in the same grave as his son William Hold and daughter in law Selina Bolten.
In the same grave also are William Edward Hold and John Hold sons of William and Selina Hold
GRAVE NUMBER 3858, Stawell Cemetery 
Hold, William (I4387)
 
17312 William Hold is buried with his wife Selina Bolton

Inscription
In Memory
Of Our Dear Father
WILLIAM HOLD,
Died Jan. 28th. 1921
Aged 65
Also Our Dear Mother
SELINA HOLD
Died March 26th. 1899
Aged 34
REUNITED

Their sons WILLIAM EDWARD Hold and JOHN HOLD are buried in the same grave

Inscription on the bottom of the Grave

Also Their Son W.E. HOLD
Died Nov. 22nd. 1939
Aged 38 Yrs.

WILLIAM HOLD aged 85 years, born Northamptonshire and died on 16 Sep 1895 at Jalluker via Stawell, father of William Hold and Arthur Hold is also buried with them.

GRAVE NUMBER 3858 
Hold, William (I5547)
 
17313 William J P MORGAN

Regimental number 893
Religion Presbyterian
Occupation Railway employee
Address McGuinness Street, Euroa, Victoria
Marital status Single
Age at embarkation 17
Next of kin Mother, Mrs S A Morgan, McGuinness Street, Euroa, Victoria
Enlistment date 20 September 1914
Rank on enlistment Bugler
Unit name 14th Battalion, G Company
AWM Embarkation Roll number 23/31/1
Embarkation details Unit embarked from Melbourne, Victoria, on board Transport A38 Ulysses on 22 December 1914
Rank from Nominal Roll Private
Unit from Nominal Roll 14th Battalion
Fate Killed in Action 8 August 1915
Age at death from cemetery records 18
Place of burial No known grave
Commemoration details The Lone Pine Memorial (Panel 42), Gallipoli, Turkey
The Lone Pine Memorial, situated in the Lone Pine Cemetery at Anzac, is the main Australian Memorial on Gallipoli, and one of four memorials to men of the New Zealand Expeditionary Force. Designed by Sir John Burnet, the principal architect of the Gallipoli cemeteries, it is a thick tapering pylon 14.3 metres high on a square base 12.98 metres wide. It is constructed from limestone mined at Ilgardere in Turkey.

The Memorial commemorates the 3268 Australians and 456 New Zealanders who have no known grave and the 960 Australians and 252 New Zealanders who were buried at sea after evacuation through wounds or disease. The names of New Zealanders commemorated are inscribed on stone panels mounted on the south and north sides of the pylon, while those of the Australians are listed on a long wall of panels in front of the pylon and to either side. Names are arranged by unit and rank.

The Memorial stands over the centre of the Turkish trenches and tunnels which were the scene of heavy fighting during the August offensive. Most cemeteries on Gallipoli contain relatively few marked graves, and the majority of Australians killed on Gallipoli are commemorated here.

Panel number, Roll of Honour,
Australian War Memorial 73
Miscellaneous information from
cemetery records Parents: Thomas Fitzherbert and Sarah Annie MORGAN, McGuinness Street, Euroa, Victoria


© 2011

Copyright The AIF Project, UNSW@ADFA, 2011
 
Morgan, Pte. William John Pike (I550)
 
17314 William James Hold
Birth 5 Jan 1929
Death 7 Jul 1998
Burial Proserpine Cemetery, Proserpine, Whitsunday Region, Queensland, Australia
Memorial ID 132993612
(Find A Grave Memorial)

 
Hold, William James (I7097)
 
17315 William James Smith, Blackall Range, labourer Smith, William James (I424)
 
17316 William John Emberson was a bachelor and Tinsmith Family F158
 
17317 WILLIAM LAWSON and JESSIE RUSSEL COOPER emigrated on the ship Archer which departed from Glasgow, Scotland on 12 April 1883 and arrived at Brisbane, Queensland on 4 June 1883 via Cooktown, Queensland.
ARCHER 04 06 1883 Brisbane Glasgow 12 04 1883 PL M1699 (imm/117) via Cooktown & other Ports south to Brisbane [Migrant Ships Arriving in Queensland]
Assisted Immigrants 1848-1884
Family Name: LAWSON: Christian Name: JESSIE Ship: ARCHER: Date of Arrival: 4 June 1883: Location: IMM/117: Page 887: M/F no Z1980: M/F M1680
Family Name: LAWSON: Christian Name: WM: Ship: ARCHER: Date of Arrival: 4 June 1883: Location: IMM/117: Page 887: M/F no Z1980: M/F M1680
 
Lawson, William (I4557)
 
17318 WILLIAM LEE BAILEY: Marriage: 04 JUL 1835, Stoke Damerel, Devon, England: Spouse: CATHERINE SABIN EATHORNE GILL
(IGI Register, LDS)
 
Family F2476
 
17319 William Matthews, 30, Bachelor, Crane driver, 162 New Kings Road, father James Matthews, Crane driver.
Ellen Jane Simpson, 31, Spinster, same address, father James Simpson (deceased), Cabinet maker.
Witnessed by William Thomas Simpson and Elizabeth Hope Simpson. 
Family F1068
 
17320 William Nickolson, Clovedale Farm, labourer Nicholson, William (I148)
 
17321 William Nickolson, Clovedale Farm, labourer Nicholson, William (I148)
 
17322 William Richard John Berringer Collins was a widower aged 53 years, his occupation was Miner, living at Grahamstown. His parents William Collins, occupation, miner, and Sarah Berringer were both deceased.
Ellen Howell, Spinster, aged 21, was born at Yass river, and living at Grahamstown. Her parents were Richard Howell, Grazier and Elizabeth Howell.
(From Marriage Certificate of W.R.J.B. Collins and Ellen Howell)
(Elizabeth was Elizabeth Hurst) 
Family F4733
 
17323 William Riley & Sons, Undertakers, Lismore
Index of the Records (July 1935 to December 1945) of the old firm of William Riley & Sons Lismore NSW.
Burials took place from Sydney to Cooroy Qld. Mostly in Northern Rivers area.
(Bellingen GenWeb Project)
NORRIS George Hamilton 87 
Norris, George Hamilton (I15022)
 
17324 William Riley & Sons, Undertakers, Lismore (1946 - 1955)
Records of William Riley's during this period was mostly notes written beside obituaries, so finding a name in the index will enable the finder to contact Glenda Manwaring for a photocopy of the obituary if it is available.


BALZER, Mary Jane, 16.11.1954, Yes,
BALZER, Percival Henry, 27.07.1952, Yes,
BANNER, Doris Emily, 12.11.1951, Yes,
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Index of the Records (July 1935 to December 1945) of the old firm of William Riley & Sons Lismore NSW.

BALZER Christie Wilkins 59
BALZER Gordon 45
BALZER William Charles 55
BALZER Emily Jane 86 
Armstrong, Mary Jane (I4659)
 
17325 William Robert Garrard, Maleny, labourer Garrard, William Robert (I385)
 
17326 William Ryan is buried in Balgay Cemetery Section M lair No. 231. This lair
was bought by his wife Mary Ann McGarry, they lived at 42 West Port Dundee and
he died age 50 yrs. His parents were James Ryan and Mary Collins and he was
born in Ireland.

Buried in this grave are:

William Ryan age 50 yrs buried on 14/11/1890
Olga A Gallacher age 3 mths buried on 20/1/1903
David and Olga Ryan (twins) age 2 days buried on 3/4/1903
William L Ryan age 28 yrs buried on 8/9/1903
Mary Ann McGarry age 72 yrs buried on 4/6/1914
Agnes E McGregor age 8 yrs buried on 20/04/1931
Mary A Ryan age 68 yrs buried on 24/7/1941
June Ryan age 79 yrs buried on 6/2/1960

This is all the information we have on William Ryan, I hope it helps you.

Regards

Irene 
Ryan, William (I47)
 
17327 William Ryan is buried in balgay Cemetery Section M lair No. 231. This lair
was bought by his wife Mary Ann McGarry, they lived at 42 West Port Dundee and
he died age 50 yrs. His parents were James Ryan and Mary Collins and he was
born in Ireland.

Buried in this grave are:

William Ryan age 50 yrs buried on 14/11/1890
Olga A Gallacher age 3 mths buried on 20/1/1903
David and Olga Ryan (twins) age 2 dys buried on 3/4/1903
William L Ryan age 28 yrs buried on 8/9/1903
Mary Ann McGarry age 72 yrs buried on 4/6/1914
Agnes E McGregor age 8 yrs buried on 20/04/1931
Mary A Ryan age 68 yrs buried on 24/7/1941
June Ryan age 79 yrs buried on 6/2/1960 
McGarry, Mary Ann (I48)
 
17328 William Simpson, 27yrs
Janet Simpson, 28yrs,
Helen Simpson, 8yrs
John Simpson, 4yrs,
William Simpson 1yr. 
Simpson, William (I404)
 
17329 William Simpson, 27yrs
Janet Simpson, 28yrs,
Helen Simpson, 8yrs
John Simpson, 4yrs,
William Simpson 1yr. 
Simpson, John -Owner Of Coochin Creek Hotel (I2845)
 
17330 William Simpson, 27yrs
Janet Simpson, 28yrs,
Helen Simpson, 8yrs
John Simpson, 4yrs,
William Simpson 1yr. 
Simpson, Helen or Ellen Ann (I2844)
 
17331 William Simpson, 27yrs
Janet Simpson, 28yrs,
Helen Simpson, 8yrs
John Simpson, 4yrs,
William Simpson 1yr. 
Donald, Jannet (I786)
 
17332 William Simpson, Goonurga, Grange Hill, Brunswick St, farmer
Jane Simpson, Goonurga, Grange Hill, Brunswick St, home duties
Agnes Auld Simpson, Goonurga, Grange Hill, Brunswick St, home duties 
Simpson, William (I404)
 
17333 William Simpson, Goonurga, Grange Hill, Brunswick St, farmer
Jane Simpson, Goonurga, Grange Hill, Brunswick St, home duties
Agnes Auld Simpson, Goonurga, Grange Hill, Brunswick St, home duties 
Auld, Jane (I405)
 
17334 William Simpson, Goonurga, Grange Hill, Brunswick St, farmer
Jane Simpson, Goonurga, Grange Hill, Brunswick St, home duties
Agnes Auld Simpson, Goonurga, Grange Hill, Brunswick St, home duties 
Simpson, Agnes Auld (I409)
 
17335 William Simpson, Maleny, selector
Jane Simpson, Maleny, domestic duties
William Simpson, Maleny, grazier 
Simpson, William (I404)
 
17336 William Simpson, Maleny, selector Simpson, William (I404)
 
17337 William Simpson, Maleny, seletor
Jane Simpson, Maleny, domestic duties
William Simpson, Maleny grazier 
Auld, Jane (I405)
 
17338 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Troedel, LIving (I14473)
 
17339 William Thomas Demery is listed here as a son of James Caldow Simpson because he adopted the Simpson name and spent much of his life with that family. However for a true picture of the descendancy please see http://www.queenslandfamilytrees.com/descend.php?personID=I14430&tree=5 Demery (later Simpson), William Thomas (I14430)
 
17340 William Thomas Demery Simpson, 26, Bachelor, Baker, 7 Shoulds Road, father James Simpson (deceased), Cabinet maker
Mary Matthews, 28, Spinster, Domestic Servant, 7 Shoulds Road, father James Matthews (deceased), Labourer

Witnessed by J Matthews and E. ? Simpson 
Family F1065
 
17341 William Thomas Newbury Bunt - Date of Death 19/06/1940, Granted on 03/04/1944
Date range:
unknown
Item Number Or Control Symbol:
Series 4-289301
Descriptive Note:
William Thomas Newbury Bunt - Date of Death 19/06/1940, Granted on 03/04/1944
Access Direction:
Effect: Early; Duration: 5 years from grant of probate
Availability:
Available
Location:
Western Sydney Records Centre, Kingswood

RE the Estate of WILLIAM THOMAS
NEWBURY BUNT, late of Moss
Vale In the State of New South Wales
to administer the Estate of the above-
May 1936 annexed. PURSUANT to the
Wills Probate and Administration Act,
1898-1940 ; the Public Trustee Act, 1913
1942 ; Testator's Family Maintenance and
of the said WILLIAM THOMAS NEW-
BURY BUNT who died on the 19th day
of June 1940, hereby gives notice . that
mentioned deceased person, are required
Public Trustee at 19 O'Connell Street,
entitled, having regard only to the claims
this 3rd day of April 1944.? W. B.
GEDDES, Public Trustee.
(National Library of Australia)
 
Bunt, William Thomas Newbury (I896)
 
17342 William was a Widower, Full Age. His occupation a Labourer. Anne was a Miner (Under Age). Her occupation was Lacemaker [Source: Marriage Certificate]
 
Family F1358
 
17343 WILLIAM WINNING was born on 11 Dec 1884 in Queensland. his birth was regersted in 1885.
Birth Registration:
Winning, William: Birth: 11.12. 1884; F. Andrew: M. Mary Cairns Ref No 1885/C5847 [Queensland Pioneer Index]
 
Winning, William (I4987)
 
17344 William Wood, carter
Catherine Taylor Wood, home duties 
Wood, William (I6)
 
17345 William's occupation was Labourer
His parents were unknown
The Informant of his death was his son Alfred Henry Collins, Grahamstown
William was born at The Rocks, Sydney, New South Wales. He had lived in New South Wales for about 34 years, 28 years in Victoria, and 2 years in South Astralia.
He was married to Sarah Berringer at age 29 in Sydney.
Children
Alfred Henry 36
William Richard John Berringer, 31 (Twins)
Australia Louisa Ann 29
Emily Sarah, 27
Frederick Augustus, 22
Ethelinda Ernestine, 19
Ernest Leopold, 16
Victor Valantine, 14
Adolphus Henry, 12
Violet May, 10
2 Boys dead
1 Girl dead

William Richard Collins had a twin called John Berringer Collins. He died at birth and William Richard Collins became William Richard John Berringer



 
Collins, William (I13552)
 
17346 William's parents spent a lot of the last 9 years of his fathers life with William at Nikenbah. Taylor, William Henry of Nikenbah (I2234)
 
17347 Williams and her sister were wards of William Pitt...Prime Minister Williams, Louisa Jane (I356)
 
17348 Willingham, England. Kennington, George (I14892)
 
17349 Wimmera Star
Tuesday 1 September, 1891, page 2 column 3:

BELL - At her residence, “Rochdale”, Horsham, on the 28th ult., Annie Broadfoot Chalmers, the loved wife of James Bell.


Tuesday 1 September, 1891, page 2 column 5:

A very deep and general feeling of regret was felt in Horsham on Friday, when it became known that Mrs. Bell, wife of Mr. J. Bell, the respected storekeeper of Wilson Street, had passed away. The death was not altogether unexpected, as the deceased had been ill for about three months, suffering from a general break up of the system. Mrs. Bell was born near Castle Douglas, Scotland, and at the time of her death was 72 years of age. In early life, the deceased lady, after leaving Scotland, lived for a number of years in Liverpool, where she was married, then came to Australia about 30 years ago, 12 of which has been spent in Horsham. The deceased lady at the time of her death was a member of the Presbyterian Church, President of the Women’s Temperance Union, and had long been associated with religious and philanthropic work, and was everywhere held in the highest respect by those privileged with her acquaintanceship, and it has been felt that Horsham lost an estimable and valuable member of its society when death laid its hand on the deceased. The funeral took place on Sunday afternoon, the place of interment being the Horsham cemetery. There was a large attendance, exhibiting the respect in which Mr. and the late Mrs. Bell have long been held. The funeral arrangements were in the hands of Walters Bros, of Firebrace Street, and the closing ceremonies are impressively conducted by the Rev. Mr. Gray, of the Presbyterian Church. Mrs. Bell leaves four children, but they are all grown up.

[Incorrect as to year of emigration, actually 1855 not 1860-ish if you take 'about 30 years ago' literally; the comment that she spent “a number of years” in Liverpool supports Joanne Patillo's discovery of AB Chalmers in the 1851 Census for West Derby. Inconsistent age in the Census but until we find a baptism, no idea which date is correct. Maybe we should be searching a range from 1815-1825! The family was in Horsham from around 1872 so the information is not as accurate about length of residence in the town. That makes it likely that one of Annie's adult children, rather than her husband James, provided background to the newspaper; Annie was my gt-gt-grandmother]
Elaine Brown


 
Chalmers, Annie Broadfoot (I1946)
 
17350 WINCH Arthur Herbert
Death notice 0 6 NOV 1973
Death, age 66, late of Sylvania, formerly of Moss Vale Sydney Morning Herald 08 NOV 1973
(The Ryerson Index Online Database)  
Winch, Arthur Herbert (I15009)
 

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