Louis Hold

Male 1890 - 1927  (37 years)


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  1. 1.  Louis Hold was born 22 Feb 1890, Jallukar, near Stawell, Victoria ; was christened 17 Dec 1891, Holy Trinity Church of England, Stawell, Victoria; died 19 Feb 1927, Warwick, Queensland, Australia ; was buried 19 Feb 1927, Warwick General Cemetery, Warrick, Queensland, Australia .

    Other Events:

    • Education: 1899 - 1902, Pomonal School near Stawell, Victoria; Pomonal School Roll number: 22: Name: Hold Arthur: Year started: June 1899: Year left: 1900: Date of Birth: 26/6/1885 Roll number: 20: Name: Hold, William: Year started: May 1899: deceased 1900: Date of Birth: 26/10/1886 Roll number: 28: Name: Hold, Julius: Year Started: June 1899: Year left: 1902: Date of Birth: 15/5/1887 Roll number: 21: Name: Hold, Louis: Year started: May 1899: Year left: 1902: Date of birth: 22/2/1889 Roll Number: 39: Name: Hold, Alfred: Year started: Nov-1900: year left: 1902: Date of Birth: 19/8/1894 Roll number: 23: Name: Hold, Josephine: Year started: June 1899: Year left: 1902: Date of Birth: 5/10/1891 Roll number: 24: Name: Hold, Victorine: Year started: June 1899: Year left: 1902: Date of Birth: 19/5/1893 (Kindly sent by Isabel, Stawell, Victoria) CIVIL JURISDICTION. A WORKMAN'S CLAIM. Louis Hold claimed from Watson Bros., The Glen (Pittsworth), .60 for work done on a scrub-falling contract of 240 acres. Defendants admitted liability, on 191 acres, and had paid in 60. Mr. W. J. Vowles appeared for plaintiff and Mr Victor Drury for defendants. Evidence Was submitted by plaintiff and John Glover, and for the defence by Ustace Watson and Robert Gober (manager for Watson Bros.) His Honor adjudged the disputed area to be 211 acres, and awarded plaintiff 45 10s (balance) and costs. The Dalby Herald, Qld., Wednesday, 25 October 1916 Thomas Burke v. Louis Hold; 22 14s 2d and 3s costs-, goods sold and delivered. The Dalby Herald, Qld., Saturday, 4 March 1916 Charge of Obscene Language On Saturday, at the Dalby Police Court, before Mr Johnstone Smith, J.P., Louis Hold was charged with using obscene language in George street, Jandowae, on December 16th, to Constable Zahn. Sergeant W. Nolan prosecuted and Mr W. J. Vowles appeared for defendant. Henry W. G. Zahn, police constable, stationed and in charge of Jandowae; said that on Wednesday last he saw defendant in George street, Jandowae, about 12.45 p.m. Defendant called out from behind witness "Mr Zahn, come and have a drink!" He called twice. Witness was then 10 or 12 yards away. Witnesd went back and asked defendant what he meant? He then made use of the language complained of ("You, you won't have a-drink with me"). Witness then arrested him. Quite a number of people were handy on the street within hearing when he made use of the language. To Mr Vowles: Witness did not make use of a suggestion that defendant had a down on witness. Nothing was said about a threat to punch him (witness) on the nose. Witness did not strike defendant. The injury now showing on defendant''s face was caused by his falling in the street. When he subsequently released defendant, witness made no reference to the threat to punch. To the Bench: Defendant was under the influence of drink, but was capable of walking about the street. Louis Hold, a bush worker, defendant in the case, said he had known Constable Zahn for six years. He came into Jandowae about noon on Wednesday to catch the train. He asked Constable Zahn to have a drink. He was "sober as a judge" at the time. Defendant's idea in asking him to have a drink was that he had been told that someone had said he was going to strike the constable on the nose. The constable came right at him and said "You have got a down on me." In the cells he afterwards kicked defendant. Defendant was released on bail, and after that defendant had a conversation with the constable who told him he had heard someone say that defendant would hit him. Defendant left very good friends with the constable. He didn't know what he was charged with. To Sergeant Nolan: Two months ago he heard the story about the constable. Two days ago he called at the Dalby Police Station and told the sergeant he had been charged with drunkenness, but he did not complainto him about ill-treatment in the cells. The Bench said that Constable Zahn was regarded as a conscientious officer, and his evidence must be considered. Defendant would be fined 1. The fine was paid.The Dalby Herald, Tuesday, 22 December 1925 MAGISTRATE'S COURT. Droving Prosecutions. The Dalby Stock Inspector, Mr. J. H. McCarthy, proceeded against Charles Brown, Frederick Trost, Charles Blower, and Alfred Hold for travelling stock with incomplete or improper waybills, before Mr. C- T. Bott, acting P.M., at the Dalby Magistrates' Court, on Wednesday morning . Air. W. J. Vowles appeared for the whole of the defendants, Who pleaded, guilty. A fine of 1, was imposed in each case, with 3/6 costs of, court, in de fault levy and distress. The fines were forthwith paid The Dalby Herald, Qld., Thursday, 17 April 1924 Bott, acjting P.M., at the Dalby Magis trates' Court, on Wednesday morning .

    Notes:

    Birth:
    Name: Louis Hold
    Birth Date: Abt 1890
    Birth Place: Stawell, Victoria
    Registration Year: 1890
    Registration Place: Victoria, Australia
    Father: Arth Hold
    Mother: Victorine Metzger
    Registration Number: 17683
    (Victoria Birth Index 1836-1913)

    Queensland Electoral Roll 1912
    Charleville
    Hold, Louis, Tuckerang, Warra, labourer

    Queensland Electoral Roll 1922
    Hold, Louis, Kupunn, labourer

    Queensland Electoral Roll 1925
    Dalby
    Hold, Louis, Kupunn, labourer

    Queensland Electoral Roll 1925
    Allora
    Hold, Louis, Royal Hotel, Allora, labourer

    Name:
    1913 Queensland Electoral Roll
    Tuckerang, near Warra.
    Description: Louis is listed as as a Labourer at Tuckerang.

    1922 Queensland Electoral Roll
    Place of Living: Kupunn
    Description: Occupation: Labourer

    1923-1927
    Selector:
    Warra, near Jandowae, Dalby and Toowoomba District Qld.
    Description: Louis is listed as a Selector at Warra.


    Buried:
    Burial

    Name Louis Holt
    Event Type Burial
    Event Date 1927
    Event Place Warwick, Queensland, Australia
    Australia, Queensland Cemetery Records, 1802-1990

    Buried 19 February 1927 (Image)

    Louis Holt
    Birth unknown
    Death 19 Feb 1927
    Burial Warwick General Cemetery Warwick, Southern Downs Region, Queensland, Australia
    Memorial ID 182160499
    Created by: Richie Wright
    Added: 8 Aug 2017
    Find a Grave Memorial 182160499
    (Find A Grave Memorial)



    Died:
    Name: Louis Hold
    Death Date: 19 Feb 1927
    Death Place: Queensland
    Father's name: Alfred Hold
    Mother's name: Hannah Mackey
    Registration Year: 1927
    Registration Place: Queensland
    Registration Number: 001299
    Page Number: 806
    (Queensland Death Index 1929-1985)

    Parents should be Arthur Hold and Victorine Metzger

    Death registration: Louis Hold
    Death date: 19/02/1927
    Mother's name: Hannah Mackey
    Father/parent's name: Alfred Hold
    Registration details: 1927/C/1299
    (Queensland Deaths 1829-1990)



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