Henry Charles Jensen

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  • Name Henry Charles Jensen 
    Born Denmark Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • Name: Henry Charles Jensen
      Birth Date: 16 Feb 1911
      Birth Place: Cooktown
      Henry Charles Jensen
      Soren Jensen
      Martha Marie Roseler
      Greta Ward
      Helen Martha Jensen
      Francis Jensen
      Yvonne Jensen
      Robin Jensen
      Carol Jensen
      Far North Queensland, Australia, Pioneers & Settlers Registers, 1825 -1920

      Søren Jensen

      Possibly
      Soren Jensen, abt 1856, Laurbjerg, Arhus, Denmark, d., 1931, Cairns, Queensland, Australia

      Possible Emigration
      Name: Soren Jensen
      Age: 23
      Birth Year: abt 1855
      Ship Name: Fritz Reuter
      Port of Departure: Hamburg, Germany
      Port of Arrival: Brisbane
      Arrival Date: 5 Oct 1878
      Queensland, Australia, Passenger Lists, 1848-1912
      or
      Name: Soren Jensen
      Age: 29
      Birth Year: abt 1854
      Ship Name: Duke of Devonshire
      Port of Arrival: Cooktown
      Arrival Date: 12 Oct 1883
      Queensland, Australia, Passenger Lists, 1848-1912

      Martha Marie Roseler
      Born 14.2.1876
      Burial
      Name: Martha Marie Jensen
      Death Age: 73
      Birth Date: 14 Feb 1876
      Death Date: 20 Feb 1949
      Cemetery: Cooktown Cemetery
      Section: 3
      Cemetery Location: Cooktown, Queensland
      (Australia Cemetery Index)

      Death Registration
      Name: Soren Jensen
      Death Date: 14 Aug 1931
      Death Place: Queensland
      Father's name: Jens Thomeson Rhode
      Mother's name: Anna Marie Sorensen
      Registration Year: 1931
      Registration Place: Queensland
      Registration Number: 002336
      Page Number: 818
      (Queensland Death Index 1829-1985)

      Marriage
      Name: Soren Jensen
      Spouse Name: Martha Marie Roseler
      Marriage Date: 14 Feb 1900
      Marriage Place: Queensland
      Registration Place: Queensland
      Registration Year: 1900
      Registration Number: 000484
      Page Number: 13018
      (Queensland Marriage Index 1829-1940)

      Name: Henry Charles Jensen
      Birth Date: 16 Feb 1911
      Birth Place: Cooktown Queensland
      Year Range: 1939 - 1948
      Enlistment Place: Brisbane
      Service number: 23580
      Next of Kin: Greta Jensen
      Series Description: A9301: RAAF, NCOs and Other Ranks
      Australia, World War II Military Service Records, 1939-1945

      A very old resident of the Cooktown district, in the person of Mr. Soren Jensen, died in Cairns on Saturday morning. Deceased, who had been ailing for some time, was
      about 78 years of age and had been farming on the Endeavor River for more than 40 years. He had been a member of the Cook Shire Council for a number of years and had acted as
      chairman for several terms. Of an honest, upright and independent nature, deceased proved that farming could be successfully carried on in the Cooktown district. He leaves a wife and a grown up family of sons and daughters to mourn their loss.
      The funeral left the Methodist Church at 10:30 this morning for Jansen, his late residence. The Rev. Lanham was
      the officiating clergyman.
      Cairns Post, Qld., Friday, 21 August 1931


    Gender Male 
    Person ID I15737  Hickey, List, Bundesen, Thomsen, Jensen, Jessen
    Last Modified 4 Oct 2016 

    Father Søren Jensen,   b. 17 Sep 1856, Laurbjerg, Randers, Denmark Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 14 Aug 1931, Cairns , Queensland, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 74 years) 
    Mother Martha Marie Roseler,   b. 14 Feb 1876, Millicent, South Australia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 20 Feb 1949, Cooktown, Queensland, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 73 years) 
    Marriage 26 Seb 1900  The North Queensland Register, Townsville, Qld. Find all individuals with events at this location 
    JENSEN-ROSELER.
    (Cooktown 'Independent.')
    On Wednesday afternoon at 4 o'clock, the Methodist Church was crowded to
    witness the marriage between Miss
    Martha Marie Roseler, eldest daughter
    of Mr Dinegots August Roseler of Palmer Road, and Mr Soren Jensen of Endeavor River. The ceremony was conducted by the Rev J. Daniels. The service was of a very bright and interesting character throughout, the choir singlng a very appropriate hymn, and a very pretty wedding march by Mendelssohn was played with great skill by Miss E. Green. The church had been very neatly and tastefully decorated by the young ladies of the choir, the chief feature of which was a marriage bell, designed and decorated by Miss Dean. On the previous evening the members of the
    choir met in the church for the purpose
    of making a presentation to Miss Roseler, in view of her approaching marriage, the present consisted of various ornamental and very useful atrticles. Miss Roseler leaves the church of which she has been a very zealous worker for some years, accompanied by the fraternal regards and best wishes for future happiness of her co-workers.
    The North Queensland Register, Townsville, Qld., Monday, 26 February 1900 
    Married 14 Feb 1900  Methodist Church, Cooktown, Queensland, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID F5602  Group Sheet

    Family Greta Dorothea Helen Ward,   b. 1911, Queensland, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Married 28 Nov 1933  Queensland, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • Marriage Rgistration
      Name: Greta Dorothea Helen Ward
      Spouse Name: Henry Charles Jensen
      Marriage Date: 28 Nov 1933
      Registration Place: Queensland
      Registration Year: 1933
      Registration Number: 003318
      Page Number: 2705
      (Queensland Marriage Index 1829-1940)
    Marriage 1 Dec 1933  Cairns Post, Queensland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    JENSEN-WARD.
    ATHERTON, Nov. 28. A pretty wedding was solemnised at the Church of England, Atherton, to-day, when Greta Dorothea, daughter of Mrs. Ward and the late Mr.
    H. Ward, of Atherton, was married to Henry Charles Jensen, of Cairns. The Rev. Bro Peyton, performed the ceremony. The bride was given away by her brother, Mr. H. M. Ward, and maided by Misses Agnes Bock and Gladys Neary. Two tiny girls, Lorna Johns and Gwennie
    Andrews were sweetly pretty flower
    girls. The bridegroom was supported by Mr Robert Ward, brother of the bride. The wedding took place at 11 a.m. The bride looked extremely graceful as she entered the church on the arm of her brother. She wore white duchess satin beautifully trimmed with pin tucks and inlet with angel skin lace. The Eliza-
    bethan corsage with full sleeves was
    of angel skin lace. She wore white
    satin shoes and hose. Her veil, which
    was embroidered tulle was lent for the occasion by Mrs Forrester, of Herberton. It was gathered to her hair with a wreath of orange buds and bloom. She wore a choker and earrings of cut crystal, and carried a big bouquet of white roses, carnations and asparagus fern tied with satin streamers. The two
    bridesmaids wore pale blue mariette
    frilled over satin, with tiny puff sleeves and wide skirts. Blue mittens and wide blue picture hats of fancy straw finished with velvet fowers blue crystals and white velvet shoes made their costumes most attractive. The flower girls wore Victorian frocks in pink mariette frilled from waist to toe. Their hair was banded with pink velvet flowers and their baskets, trimmed with pink carnations, Dorothy Perkins roses and fern. The bridesmaids carried carnations and roses in pink and
    white. Mrs E. H. Ward mother of the bride, wore mastic georgette becomingiy inset with ecru lace and worn with a big mastic straw hat.
    After the ceremony the wedding party adjourned to the upstairs dining room of the Dorothy Café. Pink roses and fern were arched over the three-tièr wedding cake and finished with two big white wedding bells.
    The four-tier cake was made by Mrs.
    Ward and iced at Grainger's. Roses
    and gladioli massed in vases made
    up the rest of the table decorations.
    At the conclusion of a dainty repast
    a short toast list was dealt with, Mr.
    I. R. Crouch presiding.
    After the singing of grace and the
    honoring of the Loyal toast Mr. J.
    McConnell proposed the health of
    "The Bride and Bridegroom" with many pleasant references to the young couple and many good wishes which were echoed by the whole of the company which sang "For they are Jolly Good Fellows" with enthusiasm. The groom responded. Mr.
    Jensen then proposed the toast of
    "The Bridesmaids". Mr. R. Ward responded on their behalf . Mr Andrews proposed The health of "The Mother of the Bride" and Mr H. M. Ward, responded. Mr. C Nielsen proposed the toast for "The Parents of the Bridegroom," who were unfortunately absent. Mr. L. R. Crouch, before asking for the final toast, said: "Ever since I first came to Atherton I have known the Wards. I think a great deal of Mr. Jensen's judgment. Sometimes when we are enjoying ourselves at these functions we are apt to forget the sacredness of the step that is being taken. It makes us feel very pleased to think that these two young people have
    decided to undertake the difficult
    journey of life in this happy way.
    May life give them the best."
    Mr. J. R. Malcolm, proposed the
    toast of "Absent Friend"".
    The cutting of the cake concluded
    the breakfast. Before leaving for
    Cairns the bride changed into an
    elegant frock of royal blue elephant
    skin crepe with a smart hat of straw,
    a handbag and shoes to tone.
    The honeymoon will be spent in Townsville and Sydney, and the couple will reside in Cairns on their return.
    The bride's gift to the groom was a pair of gold sleeve links, and the groom presented the bride with a white cut crystal choker and earrings.
    From the bridegroom, the two little
    flower girls received gold bangles;
    Miss Gladys Neary received a pretty
    handbag and Miss Agnes Bock, a
    crystal necklet.
    Cairns Post, Qld., Friday. 1 December 1933
     
    Last Modified 4 Oct 2016 
    Family ID F5601  Group Sheet


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