Charles Arthur Robert Troedel

Charles Arthur Robert Troedel[1, 2]

Male 1870 - 1949  (78 years)

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  • Name Charles Arthur Robert Troedel 
    Born 25 Mar 1870  36 Russell Street, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • Thanks to David Troedel for Charles Arthur Robert Troedel's birth date and place.
    Gender Male 
    Birth Notice. 28 Mar 1870  The Argus, Melbourne, Victoria Find all individuals with events at this location 
    TROEDEL-On the 25th Inst., at 29 Russell-street south, the wife of Mr. Charles Troedel of a son.
    Transcribed from "The Argus, Melbourne, Victoria", Monday, 28 March 1870
     
    Personal 25 Nov 1898  Will Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Cordelia Sarah Glover, left her Grandson Charles Arthur Robert Troedel the sum of Ten Pounds and her Gold Lever Watch.
    Also a Policy of Insurance on his life, which Cordelia Sarah Glover held. It was sublect to him reimbursing her estate all expenses.
     
    Personal 9 Jun 1900  Kalgoorlie Miner, Western Australia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Kalgoorlie Local Court.
    FRIDAY, JUNE 8.
    (Before Mr J. M. Finnerty, R.M.)
    Charles A. Troedel v. Great Boulder No. 1.-Mr W. H. Jones for the plaintiff, and Mr C. L. Stawell for the defence. Claim for £13 19s as commission for the introduction, of a certain quantity of ore into the defendant's battery. Half of the amount claimed was paid into Court, the plaintiff deposed that he was promised 1s a ton for ore brought to the battery through his canvassing. For the defence it was maintained that the plaintiff was not entitled to more than the company offered; according to the terms of their arrangement between himself and the company. After a fairly long hearing the R.M. gave judgment for the amount paid into Court, but did not allow costs. Court adjourned till 2 p.m.
    Kalgoorlie Miner, Western Australia, Saturday, 9 June 1900

     
    Personal 20 Nov 1900  Kalgoorlie Miner, Western Australia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    CRICKET
    Five wickets for 141
    Bowling Analysis.
    Glasson, nil for 29.
    Jobson, one for 29.
    Mather, nil for 18.
    Wellington, two for 12.
    Cramwells, one for 11.
    Verran, nil for 19.
    Green, nil for 3.
    Trodell, nil for 9.
    Kalgoorlie Miner, Western Australia, Tuesday 20 November 1900

    Kalgoorlie Local Court.
    FRIDAY, JUNE 8. (Before Mr J. M. Finnerty, R.M.)
    Charles A. Troedel v. Great Boulder No. 1.-Mr W. H. Jones for the plaintiff, and Mr C. L. Stawell for the defence. Claim for £13 19s as commission for the introduction, of a certain quantity of ore into the defendant's battery. Half of the amount claimed was paid into Court, the plaintiff deposed that he was promised 1s a ton for ore brought to the battery through his canvassing. For the defence it was maintained that the plaintiff was not entitled to more than the company offered; according to the terms of their arrangement between himself and the company. After a fairly long hearing the R.M. gave judgment for the amount paid into Court, but did not allow costs. Court adjourned till 2 p.m.
    Kalgoorlie Miner, Western Australia, Saturday, 9 June 1900

     
    Also Known As 20 Nov 1900  Kalgoorlie Miner, Western Australia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    CRICKET
    Five wickets for 141
    Bowling Analysis.
    Glasson, nil for 29.
    Jobson, one for 29.
    Mather, nil for 18.
    Wellington, two for 12.
    Cramwells, one for 11.
    Verran, nil for 19.
    Green, nil for 3.
    Trodell, nil for 9.
    Kalgoorlie Miner, Western Australia, Tuesday 20 November 1900 
    Personal 8 Aug 1901  Kalgoorlie Miner, Western Australia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Kalgoorlie Local Court.
    Judgment, with costs, was given for the plaintiffs in the following undefended case:
    Elliott and another v. Troedel, £6 16s. 9d.
    Kalgoorlie Miner, Western Australia, Thursday 8 August 1901 
    Boer War 1902  South Africa Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Name: C. H. R. Troedel
    Campaign or Service: South Africa - Second Boer War
    Service Date: 1899-1902
    Service Location: South Africa
    Regiment or Unit Name: West Australian Unit 4th Battalion Australian Commonwealth Horse
    Regimental Number: 2831
    (UK, Military Campaign Medal and Award Rolls, 1793-1949)

    Troedel 1-2 C. H. R.?26.7.12. Clasp, South Africa 1902.
    (UK, Military Campaign Medal and Award Rolls, 1793-1949)



     
    Boer War 11 Feb 1902  Kalgoorlie Western Argus, Western Australia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Second Contingent. - The following applicants for enrolment in the second Federal contingent succeeded in passing the shooting test on Friday, and have been finally selected :-
    James Davis, S. G. Watson, Jos. Judd, Herbert W. Job. F. J. O'Donnell, E. M. Brown, T. F. Stirling, F. McRae, E. Parry, J. Howard, F. C. Allwood, P. W. Harrington, P. H. Davenport, C. A. Troedel, F. S, Brown, W. F. Batty, F. J. McNamara, W. Kemp,.D. Kemp, W. G. Hughes, C. K. Ca.mp bell, J. Crothers. J. Bryant, P. Watts, D. Matheson, H. H. Word, L. D. Smith, J. T. Bird.
    Transcribed from the "Kalgoorlie Western Argus, Western Australia", Tuesday 11 Febuary 1902
     
    Military Service 11 Jul 1902  From Freemantle, Perth Western Australia to South Africa. Find all individuals with events at this location 
    South African (Second Boer) War: 1899-1902, Embarkation Roll: TOP to TYT
    Topic: BW - Boer War
    2831 Private Charles TROEDEL

    Western Australian Unit.
    Constituted "D" Company of the 4th Battalion Australian Commonwealth Horse; "A,and B" Companies being Victorians, and "C" Company, South Australians.
    Departure and Return.
    The Company was divided and embarked in two transports, the Templemore (which carried the Victorian and South Australian units and staff), and the Englishman. Strength - 5 officers and 115 others, with 122 horses. Embarked on 7th April at Fremantle. One officer, 47 others were struck off in South Africa; 4 officers, 69 others returned to Australia. Embarked on 11th July, in the transport, Drayton Grange, and arrived at Albany on 30th July.
     
    Returning to Australia 12 Jul 1907  Returning from Cape Town to Australia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Name: Charles Trodel
    Arrival Date: 12 Jul 1907
    Arrival Port: Albany
    Destination Port: Sydney
    Vessel Name: Runic
    (Western Australia, Australia, Crew and Passenger Lists, 1852-1930)

    Name: Charles Trodel
    Estimated Birth Year: abt 1870
    Age: 37
    Arrival Date: 20 Jul 1907
    Arrival Port: Sydney, Australia
    Departure Port: Cape Town
    Ship: Runic
    (Victoria, Assisted and Unassisted Passenger Lists, 1839-1933)

    Trodel, Charles, age 37, surveyer

    VOYAGE OF THE S.S. RUNIC
    The White Star liner Runic entered Princess Royal Harbor at 3 p.m. on Friday, the harbor-master (Captain Winzar) in charge, and berthed alongside the Deepwater Jetty.- Pratique having been granted by the quarantine officer (Dr. Everard), passengers and mails were quickly lauded. Captain Mathias (Lient. R.N.R.), who is still in command, reported having left Liverpool on June 6. The ship made rather a poor start, the rans at first being small on account of the head winds and seas which were experienced. Teneriffe was passed in the early hours of June 12, and better runs were then made, and after the usual N.E. and S.E. trades Capetown was reached on June 26, schedule time. Seventy nine passengers left at Capetown, and 105 were taken on board for Australian ports. A pleasant run of a few hours on shore allowed through passengers to get a panoramic view of Capetown and environs, making a nice break in the monotony of the 10,000 miles passage. Capetown was dropped astern at 9 o'clock on the evening of June 26, the vessel then running into a gale from the W.S.W., which lasted three days. The casting was run down on the 45th parallel, and although successive gales on both sides were encountered, with high seas, very little discomfort was felt by the passengers on account of the steadiness and large size of the vessel. From the 9th inst, beauiiful weather was experienced as a friendly greeting to Australian climes. Liverpool to Albany passage, 35 days 8 hours 13 minutes ; speed, hourly 1276 knots. The Runic had 43 passengers booked for Albany, 32 for Adelaide, 150 for Melbourne, and 180 for Sydney. This is Captain Mathias' fourth voyage in the Runic, and he has associated with him the following officers:-J. J. Symons, chief; W. P. Sullivan, first; Gr. H. Pike (Lieut. R.N.R.), second ; T. Pritchard, third ; and A. E. Harbord, fourth. W. Rees, engineer R.N.R., is again in charge of the engineroom.
    Transcribed from the "Albany Advertiser, WA," Wednesday 17 July 1907



     
    Arrival 28 Nov 1908  The Northern Miner,Charters Towers, Queensland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    November 27.--Bomibala, Captain B. F. Douton, from Melbourne via ports. Passengers: Messrs. C. Jonea, T. H. Bishop, M. Green, W. H. Green, W. Alrd, D. Percy, B. T. Harnett, E. W. Sheehjr, J. M. Moore, Brady, Berg, C. M. Davis, B. A. Rendle, C. A. R. Trodel, A. Collls, Harris, J. R. Finn, J. Webb, A: Christian, Conlon, Green, McLeod,
    Transcribed from "The Northern Miner,Charters Towers, Queensland," Saturday 28 November 1908
     
    Arrival in Aust 15 Jun 1910  Fremantle, Western Australia, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Name: Mr C A Trodel
    Gender: Male
    Departure Place: Singapore, Singapore
    Arrival Date: 4 Jun 1910
    Arrival Place: Western Australia
    Vessel: Paroo
    (Fremantle, Western Australia

    Name: Mr C A Trodel
    Gender: Male
    Departure Place: Singapore, Singapore
    Arrival Date: 15 Jun 1910
    Arrival Place: Fremantle, Western Australia, Australia
    Vessel: Paroo
    (Fremantle, Western Australia, Passenger Lists, 1897-1963)

    The Paroo arrived in Western Australia on 4 Jun 1910. There were four Passengers for Broome and five for Freemantle.

    The Paroo from Singapore arrived at Freemantle on 15 Jun 1910 from Broome. It took passengers at Broome, Derby, Cossack and Port Hedland

    C. A, Trodel, British, boarded in Singapore and was for Freemantle.

    SHIPPING.
    Paroo, left Singapore May 30. eoira, left Wyndham. June 2.
    The West Australian, Perth, WA, Friday 3 June 1910

    SHIPPING NOTES.
    The s.s. Paroo left Broome for Derby at 9 am. yesterday.
    The West Australian, Perth, WA, Tuesday 7 June 1910

    SHIPPING.
    PORT OF FREMANTLE. ARRIVALS-June 15 Paroo, s.s. 2,665 tons, Captain Richardson, From Singapore, via north-west ports.
    The West Australian, Perth, WA, Thursday 16 June 1910

    PAROO 2,665 gross tons, 1,719 net. Lbd: 315'6" x 40'1" x 14'6". Built by Russell & Co., Port Glasgow originally named Cape Leeuwin for H C Sleigh's 'phantom Company' known as Australian Transport Co., however purchased before completion by AUSN Co. Renamed Paroo and used as a passenger vessel melbourne - Fremantle until sold August 1903 to the West Australian S N Co Ltd., Fremantle. Here she serviced the West Australian coastal ports including the run to Singapore. Sold 1917 to Persian Gulf S N Co., Bombay and renamed Iran. 1922 sold to Okuda Yeikichi of Japan and renamed Mikage Maru. Sold 1926 to Muso Kisen K K. 24th October 1944 at 33N., 125E (S E of Korea) she was torpedoed and sunk by the USS Croaker

     
    Personal 7 Nov 1911  Kalgoorlie Western Argus, WA Find all individuals with events at this location 
    This could be a reference to Charles Arthur Robert Troedel in the Newspaper account of a trial in Kalgoorlie.

    John Carnagie Auldjo, journalist, deposed that on October 23, about midnight, he was at the Exchange Hotel with Troedell, in a room at the back of the bar. Leahy was sit ting on a table with a glass of liquid. Leahy said to Troedell, "You're Mr. Hogan, ' ain't you V' Witness- then introduced him to Troedell. Leahy drank `a porter gaff with them. They were there more than an hour. They left to gether, and went down Hannan street to the - corner of Cassidy und Haunan streets,' after which they aliked back. When they got , to the Commercial Bank Leahv' put his key into the front door yale lock. Leahy was quite sober then. Witness and Troedell went on.
    Transcribed from "Kalgoorlie Western Argus, WA", Tuesday, 7 November 1911
     
    Electoral Roll 1916  Shaftsbury Hotel, East Perth Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Western Australia Electoral Roll 1916
    Division of Perth, Subdivision of East Perth
    Troedel, Charles Arthur Robert, Shaftsbury Hotel, aesayer
     
    Personal 31 Oct 1924  Northern Times, Carnarvon, Western Australia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    From our own Correspondent
    Port Hedland, October 25
    Personal

    Passengers by the Charon for the South included Mrs. P. Smith of Woodstock, Miss Una de Marchi, Messrs. C. Mallett, Dick Evans and Billett of Marble Bar, and C. Trodel.
    Transcribed from the "Northern Times, Carnarvon, Western Australia", Friday 31 October 1924.
     
    Departure 14 Sep 1928  Northern Territory Times, Darwin, NT Find all individuals with events at this location 
    SHIPPING
    Departures per s.s. Marella :- C Troedel.
    Transcribed from the "Northern Territory Times, Darwin, NT", Friday, 14 September 1928
     
    Electoral Roll 1937  "Darite", Trinity Lane, Buranda Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Queensland Electoral Roll 1937
    Division of Griffith, Subdivision of Buranda
    Troedel, Charles Arthur Robert Troedel, "Darite", Trinity Lane
     
    Electoral Roll 1943  15 Musgrave Road, Normanby Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Queensland Electoral Roll 1943
    Division of Brisbane, Subdivision of Paddington
    Troedel, Arthur Robert Troedel, 15 Musgrave Road, Normanby
     
    Died 11 Jan 1949  Brisbane, Queensland, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • Name:Charles Arthur Robert Troedel
      Death Date: 10 Jan 1949
      Death Place: Queensland
      Father's Name: Johannis Theodore Charles
      Mother's name: Julia Sarah Glover
      Registration Number: B020406
      (Queensland Death Register 1829-1964)

      First Name: Charles Arthur
      Last Name: Troedel
      Day: 10
      Month: Jan
      Year: 1949
      Age: 79
      Place: Brisbane
      Notes:
      Register Reference: 148/7354
      Source: Metropolitan
      Country: Australia
      State: Queensland
      Record set: Queensland funeral records
      (Queensland Burials Transcription)

      First name(s) Charles Arthur
      Last name Troedel
      Age 79
      Birth year 1870
      Burial year 1949
      Burial date 10 Jan 1949
      Place Brisbane
      State Queensland
      Country Australia
      Source Metropolitan
      Register reference 148/7354
      Record set Queensland Funeral Records
      Category Life Events (BDMs)
      (Findmypast)
    Death Notice 13 Jan 1949  The Argus, Melbourne, Victoria Find all individuals with events at this location 
    TROEDEL.-On January 11, at Brisbane. Charles Arthur Robert, eldest son of the late Charles Troedel, brother of Dolly (Mrs. Kerr, deceased), Walter, Albert. Rudolph. Ferdinand (deceased), and Elsa, aged 81 years
    Transcribed from "The Argus, Melbourne, Victoria", Thursday, 13 January 1949
     
    Buried Brisbane, Queensland or Melbourne General Cemetery, Parkville, Victoria, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • Name Charles A R Troedel
      Event Type Burial
      Event Place Parkville, Victoria, Australia
      Cemetery Melbourne General Cemetery
      Latitude -37.78976
      Longitude 144.96464
      Death Date 10 Jan 1949
      Affiliate Create Date 2015-08-31 18:27:03
      Affiliate Image Identifier 16044474
      (LDS Family Search)
    Person ID I8445  Hickey, List, Bundesen, Thomsen, Jensen, Jessen
    Last Modified 21 Jul 2017 

    Father Johannis Theodore Carl/ Charles Trödel/Troedel,   b. 26 Jun 1835, Hamburg, Schleswig-Holstein, Denmark Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 31 Oct 1906, Estcourt, St Kilda Road, Prahran, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 71 years) 
    Mother Julia Sarah Glover,   b. 24 Nov 1850, Surrey, Newington, London, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 27 Sep 1929, Malvern, Victoria, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 78 years) 
    Married 29 Jun 1869  St Paul's Church of England, Melbourne, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • Marriage Registration
      Surname GLOVER: Given Names: Julia Sarah: Event Marriage: Spouses Surname: TROEDEL: Given Names: Johannes Theodor Charles: Birth Place: LONDON: Year: 1869: Reg No 1347 [Victoria Pioneer Index 1836 -1888]
    Marriage Notice The Argus, Melbourne, Victoria  29 Jun 1869 Find all individuals with events at this location 
    TROEDEL-Glover.-On the 20th Inst., at St. Paul's Church, by the Rev. S. L. Chase, Charles Troedel, of this city, second son of the late Charles, August Troedel, of Hamburg, to Julia Sarah, only surviving daughter of Sarah and the late Daniel Glover, builder, of this city. Home papers please copy.
    Transcribed from "The Argus, Melbourne, Victoria", Tuesday, 29 June 1869
     
    Family ID F1861  Group Sheet

  • Photos
    Alice (Dollie) Kerr,
Died at Manly, New South Wales,
Ferdinand G. Troedel, 
Died at Sydney,
Charles A. R. Troedel,
Died at Brisbane,
Elsa Sylvia Troedel,
Walter A. Troedel,
Died at  Melbourne. 
Troedel Family Headstone  in Melbourne General Cemetery,Carlton, Victoria, Australia
    Alice (Dollie) Kerr, Died at Manly, New South Wales, Ferdinand G. Troedel, Died at Sydney, Charles A. R. Troedel, Died at Brisbane, Elsa Sylvia Troedel, Walter A. Troedel, Died at Melbourne. Troedel Family Headstone in Melbourne General Cemetery,Carlton, Victoria, Australia
    Alice (Dollie) Kerr
    Buried in Melbourne General Cemetery,Carlton, Victoria, Australia
    (Find A Grave Memorial, Photo created by Sue M)
    Charles Arthur Robert Troedel, last on the right, middle row
    Charles Arthur Robert Troedel, last on the right, middle row
    Johannis Theodore Carl Trödel ( Charles Troedel) and Family, taken circa 1895
    Back row from left, Walter Albert Troedel, Julia Sarah Troedel (nee Glover), Johannis Theodore Carl (Charles)Troedel, Rudolph August Troedel.
    Middle row from left, Ferdinard George Troedel, Julie Alice (Dolly Troedel), Cordelia Julia Glover (nee Marley), Charles Arthur Robert Troedel.
    Front, Elsa Sylvia.
    This photo was kindly shared by Diane Forbes (Troedel), Sydney, and David Troedel, Queensland.

  • Sources 
    1. [S66] Mrs Laurina Collins.

    2. [S91] Information kindly supplied by David Troedel .


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