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Descendants of Johann Nikolaus WEIS

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23. Nicholas WEIS

It is hard to know where this family settled because the offspring were born in Cassilis but got married in far-flung parts around the area including Canterbury in Sydney but Nicholas died in Gulgong.


James Boothby WATTS

World War 1:8 Infantry Brigade 31 Infantry Battalion;Service Number 4378; Rank Private; Enlistment Age 19; Occupation Labour; Single : Address Grafton New South Wales; Next of Kin Mother Mrs Maria Anne Watts; Religion Church of England; Enlisted 29 September 1916.


Henry ROTH

Started the Suuybrae Winery


163. George BOX

Birth Reg No: 18866/1880 NSW BDM


164. Mary BOX

Birth: 21920/1882 NSW BDM


Albert HUXLEY

Occupation: Butcher 1909 Budgee Budgee, NSW, Australia


165. Sydney BOX

Birth Reg No:25346/1884 NSW BDM


28. Katherina Rosina MULLER

Birth 11467/1862 NSW BDM
Death 7847/1940 NSW BDM


166. Ellen COSTA

Birth: 17895/1879 NSW BDM


29. John George Frederick Andrew MILLER

Birth: 12547/1864 NSW BDM

John George Miller spent most of his childhood around the Merriwa and Mudgee areas during his childhood. It is probable that he moved to the Dubbo area prior to his marriage to Grace Martha Chant in 1894. His sister Catherine Rosina married Avengelo Costa and moved to the area after 1879. At the time of marriage to Grace his occupation was Carrier. He had known the Chant family for some time having been interested in Martha's elder twin sisters.

After their marriage in 1894 it appears that John and Martha live in Dubbo for at least two to three years. Their address in Dubbo on the birth of their first child was Fitzroy Street and John's occupation was Carrier. In 1899 at the time of the birth of their second child in Pilliga near Narrabri, Johns occupation was Sawyer and it is probable that he was involved in railway sleeper cutting during this time. By 1902 the family had returned to the Mudgee area where the birth of their third child took place. John's occupation was described as quartz gold miner on the birth certificate and the electoral roll of 1903 places them in the small community of Budgee Budgee via miles north of Mudgee. The family remained here for the next ten years.

It is not known whether John worked as a miner or farmer during these years however by about 1912 the family depart the Mudgee area. Their next place of residence was Binnaway near Coonabarabran where their youngest child is born and John lists his occupation as labourer. It appears that they moved to the Dubbo area shortly after and the electoral roll of 1917 lists them as living on the corner of Wingewarra and Darling streets in Dubbo. Some time prior to 1920 they moved again to Wellington and this was their final place of residence. During 1920 Martha became sick with breast cancer and died on the 20th October 1920 at Warne Street Wellington at the age of 43 years. She is buried alongside her mother in the Roman Catholic section of the Dubbo Cemetery.

It was reported in the Dubbo Liberal newspaper 'Death of Mrs Miller. The death occurred in Wellington hospital on Wednesday of Mrs Miller, wife of Mr J. G. Miller a former resident of Wingewarra Street Dubbo but lately of Wellington. The deceased had been ailing for some time with distressing internal trouble. She had passed middle age , leaves a grown up family, and was a member of the Chant family, well known in the Dubbo district.'

John Miller remained in the Wellington district after his wife's death. He worked as a contractor, mainly in road construction. His sons spent time with their father in the family business and constructed roads in various parts of New South Wales as far afield as the Pacific Highway at Taree. By the 1920s John had bought a number of properties which he rented out in the Yeoval district. John died on the 24th April 1942 at the age of 82 years old, at the Bindawalla private hospital in Wellington after having lived with his son's (Ted Miller) family. He is buried in the Roman Catholic section of the Wellington cemetery.


Grace Martha CHANT

The during 1920 Martha became sick with breast cancer and died on the 20th October 1920 at Warne Street Wellington at the age of 43 years. She is buried alongside her mother in the Roman Catholic section of the Dubbo Cemetery.

It was reported in the Dubbo Liberal newspaper 'Death of Mrs Miller. The death occurred in Wellington hospital on Wednesday of Mrs Miller, wife of Mr J. G. Miller a former resident of Wingewarra Street Dubbo but lately of Wellington. The deceased had been ailing for some time with distressing internal trouble. She had passed middle age , leaves a grown up family, and was a member of the Chant family, well known in the Dubbo district.'


175. William Ernest MILLER

Death: Died of Lobar Pneumonia 47 years at District Hospital Wellington resident of Wellington. Buried at the Roman Catholic section of the Wellington Cemetary. Minister: J. P. Kelly Witness: T.B. Anderson, Ross Thomas


176. Theodore Arnold MILLER

Place of Residence 1943: 110 Montefiores StreeT Wellington


30. Christina Alma MILLER

Birth calculated from cemetery record.


182. Hilda M. MASON

Birth: 6880/1897 NSW BDM


183. Harold George MASON

Birth: 6828/1899 NSW BDM


33. Rosanna MILLER

Birth:9327/1873 NSW BDM

Ulan Cemetery Mudgee Shire, Orana, New South Wales, Australia
12/6/1952(thur) Mrs Rosanna Warner died in Mudgee hospital aged 79 years. Deceased occupied the position of postmistress at Cooks Gap for a lengthy period and rendered faithful service to the Dept. and the general public. She is survived by a son Basil and daughter Mrs C Roberts. Funeral took place at CE Ulan.


Frederick Hawkesbury WARNER

Ulan Cemetery Mudgee Shire, Orana, New South Wales, Australia
Death Reg No:24067/1929
11/11/1929(mon) The sudden death of Mr Frederick Hawksbury Warner on Friday last, aged 59 years. Deceased was a well known storekeeper at Cooks Gap. He had been engaged in fencing and died at the dinnertime. Deceased is survived by two sons and a daughter, Basil (Linburn) Frederick (Cooks Gap) and Mrs C A Roberts. Buried CE Ulan. G2/12/1929 Probate Notice - Frederick Hawkesbury Warner late of Cooks Gap, grazier, executor Rose Miller.


34. William Frederick MILLER

Birth: 9738/1875 NSW BDM
Father: John Milller, Carpenter, aged 55 yrs, Birthplace Wurtemberg Germany.
Mother: Barbara Weis, aged 40 yrs, Baden, Germany.
Married: 1857, Sydney. Previous issue: 1 Male, 5 Females living, 1 Female deceased
Informant John Miller Father Merriwa, Witness: Mary Eather? Registration Clerk: John Morris 19 June 1875
Death: Mudgee Cemetery Records


Emma MASON

Death: 20057/1942 NSW BDM


193. Ann Barbara MULLER

Birth: 14007/1903 NSW BDM


194. Gladys May MULLER

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