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THE LIFE AND LOVES OF THOMAS ROSE

Anne Lorimer Sheppard, May 22, 1999
A. CONTRIBUTION TO SOCIETY
ORIGINS
Thomas Rose was born about 1773 at Newport Shropshire, England. He was convicted of house breaking at Shrewsbury on 19 March 1793 and sentenced to death. The sentence was commuted to transportation for life and he arrived at Sydney in the "Barwell" in May 1798 (ADB).

BEGINNINGS IN SYDNEY
In 1801 Thomas Rose, Richard Perkins and others were convicted of stealing a boat from its owner and sentenced to death. However, they were pardoned through the mercy of the Governor (AONSW). About 1804 Thomas Rose set up in Sydney as a baker and in 1806 he was granted a publican's license. He received a conditional pardon on 4 June 1806 and following an absolute pardon, granted by Lieutenant-Governor Paterson on 1 December 1809 and later continued by Governor Macquarie but not until 1814, he was granted land at what was then known as Chapel Row. There he built a bakery and alongside it the Rose and Crown Inn, both of which were open for business in 1810. He gradually increased his holdings in this part of town until he gained possession of the entire block now bounded by King, Elizabeth, Market and Castlereagh Streets in Sydney. In 1815 he put the bakery on the market (ADB).

COMMERCIAL ACTIVITIES
Rose had been quite a public figure as a Sydney business man, being a stockholder in the Bank of NSW, a trustee of the Sydney Public Free Grammar School, and treasurer of the Sydney Reading Room. He acted as clerk of the Sydney race-course until 1827, promoted the first races in Sydney and owned many successful race horses (ADB). In addition he appears to have acted as a "city agent" for stock and land agents and other businesses in the Campbelltown district. Several advertisements appeared in the Australian, e.g., 15 July 1826 one states that T Rose of Castlereagh St will give particulars for a farm near Campbelltown to be sold by R Cooper of Campbelltown. In another advertisement in the same paper on 31 March 1825 Mr Rose advertised for a waiter for a tavern at Liverpool acting as agent for Mr Brown of the Ship Tavern at Liverpool.

LAND GRANTS AND PURCHASES
In 1813 Thomas Rose received a land grant of forty acres in the Evan District but this grant was canceled in 1816 on account of his "seditious conduct in procuring signatures to the petition against Governor Macquarie" (Rose, Thomas 1816). For the same reason he failed to retain his liquor license between 1817 and 1820. In 1819 he clashed with the governor again when Macquarie decided to build St James's parochial school on pan of Rose's block. In exchange for the school site he was granted 300 acres on the main southern road east of Campbelltown. About the same time he bought from Reuben Uther a 400 acre farm on the Appin Road, named Mt Gilead Later he gradually added to his Campbelltown estate, which by 1828 was estimated at 2460 acres (Sainty & Johnson, 1980).

WATER CONSERVATION
At Mt Gilead where Thomas Rose lived from 1827 to his death in 1837, he won fame for his experiments in water conservation. He had begun these on a small scale in 1824. In 1825, prior to moving to Mt Gilead, he built a larger dam with a stone embankment holding nearly 120 million cubic feet. In 1829 he built a smaller and cheaper dam near the main road, for the relief of his hard pressed neighbours in the 1829 drought. This so impressed Governor Bourke, that in 1833 he gave the people of Campbelltown a plot of ground for building a reservoir by public subscription. In July 1835 Rose asked the British government for a free grant in acknowledgment of his services in supplying-water to his neighbours. Though this was refused, the undaunted Rose next year built a sixty foot windmill to grind flour (ADB). The mill was built of ironbark timber, including shaft and gear wheels within a stone tower and survived intact almost a century (Liston, 1988, p. 50).

LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT
On his death in 1837 Thomas Rose left a large estate, including farms on the Nepean, at Airds, the Murray District, and Botany Bay, houses at Richmond and Windsor, as well as property in Market and Castlereagh Streets including the Rose and Crown Inn and the estate at Mt Gilead. (Will and Testament of Thomas Rose). He was buried at Mt Gilead and later his remains were removed to St Peters Campbelltown. Upon his death, his estate, at Campbelltown, was managed by trustees, until his son Charles Henry Jacob took over Mt Gilead in 1858. Like many farmers Henry Rose was ruined in the 1860s through droughts, floods and rust. In 1864 the mortgagee foreclosed and Henry Rose was forced to sell Mt Gilead. In 1867, Mt Gilead was purchased by banker Edmond Woodhouse, son of Elizabeth Woodhouse of Appin, who established a very successful dairy. (Liston, 1988, p. 109).

THUMBNAIL SKETCH
Possessed of great drive, energy and an excellent business sense, Thomas Rose was one of those enterprising men who arrived in the colony as convicts and went on to win wealth and respectability in the tough economic society of their new land. He is remembered as a colourful figure in the early commercial and sporting life of Sydney, and as a pioneer of the Appin and Campbelltown district (ADB).

B. FAMILY
FIRST MARRIAGE
Thomas Rose married Elizabeth Bartlett by special license with the consent of His Excellency Philip Gidley King on 13 April 1806. Elizabeth's father, Thomas Bartlett, had been a fellow convict with Thomas Rose aboard the "Barwell". Thomas Bartlett's wife Ann Bartlett had followed her husband to NSW with their 14-year-old daughter in 1801 aboard the "Nile". There were two children from the marriage of Thomas and Elizabeth: Kezia Jane and James Hannibal. Kezia married Surgeon John Henderson, son of the First Fleet Surgeon William Balmaln and convict Margaret Dawson. James Hannibal did not marry but cared for his sister's three surviving teenage children following the death of Kezia in 1842 and her husband in 1850.
James moved to Melbourne when he left his property at Yass and the Henderson children married in Victoria. Elizabeth Rose nee Bartlett died in 1826.
SECOND MARRIAGE
In 1829 Rose married Sarah Pye, the daughter of John and Mary Pye of Baulkham Hills. Them were five children of this second marriage, the eldest aged seven and the youngest aged one at the time of their father's death. The two daughters married Edward and James Payten respectively, the sons of builder Nathaniel Payten of Parramana. The eldest son Charles Henry Jacob, known as Henry was a magistrate in Campbelltown prior to managing Mt Gilead and a land agent in Burwood following his departure from Campbelltown. The second son Alfred Marson Nash Rose did not marry and lived with his sister Sarah and her family at Woodbine Campbelltown. The youngest. son Reuben Uther Bartlett Rose settled at "Boloco" Dalgety, NSW where his grandson still lives. Descendants of another son and several of his daughters also remain on the Monaro.

TWO LIASONS
Between around 1812 and his second marriage in 1829 Thomas Rose had two extramarital relationship, one with Sarah Perkins, wife/widow of Richard Perkins and one with Elizabeth Woodhouse whose husband George Marriot Woodhouse had a farm near Mt Gilead. In the 1828 census Thomas Rose's household at Appin consisted of himself aged 51, Kesiah aged 20, James aged 19 ( his two children by his late wife Elizabeth), Anne aged 13 Joseph aged 16, Jane aged 10 and Margaret aged 7. The last four children were thought by many researchers to be children of Elizabeth Bartlett and Thomas Rose, however, there was no record of their births as such. Recently a family researcher has found that while these four children were known by the surname Perkins, the three daughters' death certificates record that their father was Thomas Rose although he is not named as theft father on their birth certificates. All four children were beneficiaries in the will of Thomas

Rose described as the children of Sarah Perkins, widow of Richard Perkins. Joseph and his sisters each received approximately 160 acres of land with Joseph receiving a house at Richmond and another at Windsor in addition to his land. The land on the Nepean which Thomas Rose left to Joseph Perkins had previously been purchased by Rose from John Burgess and Richard Perkins. John Burgess was Joseph Perkins grandfather. Since advertising the Rose Reunion in 1999 the Woodhouse connection has come to light. This relationship produced two children, Ellen born December 1828 and Cyprian born December 1829. Both children lived with their mother and were known by the surname Woodhouse. These two children were baptized by Father John Therry Parish Priest of Campbelltown whereas the other children of Elizabeth Woodhouse were baptized in the Church of England.
Anne Lorimer Sheppard May 22, 1999

REFERENCES
Archives Office of NSW, Court of Criminal Jurisdiction. Schedule of Persons Tried. AONSW Reel 2651 No 5/1149 page 20
Australian Dictionary of Biography (ADB) 1788-1850, pp. 394-395.
Liston, C. (1988), Campbelltown: The bicentennial history, Sydney: Allen & Unwin.
Rose, Thomas (Appin) 1816. Promised land grant in Evan District cancelled through seditious conduct. Sep. 25, 1816, State Library of NSW, AL 35 N/C.
Sainty, M.R. & Johnson, K.A. (Eds). (1980). Census of New South Wales. November 1928. Sydney: Library of Australian History.
Last Will and Testament of Thomas Rose dated 5 November 1833,
THE LIFE AND LOVES OF THOMAS ROSE, by Anne Lorimer Sheppard, May 22, 1999. The story of Thomas Rose of Campbeltown, a convict who prospered in Australia


Descendants of Thomas Rose
From Anne Sheppard

Generation No. 1

1. THOMAS1 ROSE was born Abt. 1773 in Newport, Shropshire England., and died 3 March 1837 in Mt. Gilead, Appin NSW.. He married (1) SARAH BURGESS-PERKINS, daughter of JOHN BURGESS and ANN DANIELS. She was born 15 April 1797 in Sydney NSW., and died 5 October 1875 in Yass NSW.. He married (2) ELIZABETH AICKIN. She was born 1796 in Sydney NSW., and died 1843. He married (3) ELIZABETH BARTLETT 13 April 1806 in St. Phillip's Church of England, Sydney NSW.. She was born Abt. 1785 in England., and died 1 November 1826 in Castlereagh St., Sydney NSW.. He married (4) SARAH PYE 21 September 1829 in St. Peter's Church of England, Campbelltown NSW., daughter of JOHN PYE and MARY UNKNOWN. She was born 3 June 1801, and died 20 June 1869 in Woodbine, Campbelltown NSW..

More About THOMAS ROSE:

Burial: St. Peter's Church of England, Campbelltown NSW.

Occupation: Baker, publican.

Residence: Mt. Gilead, Campbelltown NSW.

More About SARAH BURGESS-PERKINS:

Baptism: 1797, St. Phillip's Church of England, Sydney NSW.

Burial: 7 October 1875, Yass NSW.

Notes for ELIZABETH BARTLETT:

Death reg.no.V1826 1349 44B.

More About ELIZABETH BARTLETT:

Baptism: 17 April 1785, Bromley, England.

Burial: Bunnerong NSW.

More About SARAH PYE:

Burial: 23 September 1869, St. Peter's Church of England, Campbelltown NSW.

Children of THOMAS ROSE and ELIZABETH BARTLETT are:

2. i. KEZIAH J.2 ROSE, b. 1807.

ii. JAMES H. ROSE, b. 1809.

Children of THOMAS ROSE and SARAH PYE are:

3. iii. CHARLES HENRY JACOB2 ROSE, b. 22 January 1830, Campbelltown NSW.; d. 10 February 1908, Burwood NSW..

4. iv. HANNAH REBECCA PYE ROSE, b. 13 January 1831, Appin NSW.; d. 14 January 1915, Mosman NSW..

v. ALFRED MARSDON NASH ROSE, b. 6 September 1832, Campbelltown NSW.; d. 23 April 1917, Campbelltown NSW..

More About ALFRED MARSDON NASH ROSE:

Burial: St. Peter's Church of England, Campbelltown NSW.

Education: Bet. 1849 - 1852, The Kings School, Sydney NSW.

vi. EDWARD ROSE, b. 13 October 1833, Campbelltown NSW..

Notes for EDWARD ROSE:

Edward and Thomas were twins.

vii. THOMAS ROSE, b. 13 October 1833.

5. viii. REUBEN UTHER BARTLETT ROSE, b. 3 September 1834, Campbelltown NSW.; d. 6 September 1908, Boloco NSW..

6. ix. SARAH ELIZABETH JANE ROSE, b. 22 January 1836, Appin NSW.; d. 16 March 1929, Campbelltown NSW..

Generation No. 2

2. KEZIAH J.2 ROSE (THOMAS1) was born 1807. She married JOHN WILLIAM HENDERSON 1828 in St. James' Church of England, Sydney NSW..

Children of KEZIAH ROSE and JOHN HENDERSON are:

i. MARGARET ELIZABETH3 HENDERSON, b. 1829.

ii. WILLIAM JOHN HENDERSON, b. 1831.

iii. KEZIAH J. HENDERSON, b. 1832.

iv. JOHN THOMAS HENDERSON, b. 1834.

v. JULIA M. HENDERSON, b. 1836.

vi. LOUISA U. A. HENDERSON, b. 1840.

3. CHARLES HENRY JACOB2 ROSE (THOMAS1) was born 22 January 1830 in Campbelltown NSW., and died 10 February 1908 in Burwood NSW.. He married ROSANNA ROBINETTA NICHOLS 27 July 1853 in Marsfield NSW., daughter of GEORGE NICHOLS and ELIZABETH NICHOLS. She was born Abt. 1833 in Parramatta NSW., and died 22 March 1914 in Petersham NSW..

More About CHARLES HENRY JACOB ROSE:

Burial: St. Thomas' Church of England, Enfield NSW.

Occupation: Magistrate, postmaster, farmer, house agent.

More About ROSANNA ROBINETTA NICHOLS:

Burial: St. Thomas' Church of England, Enfield NSW.

Children of CHARLES ROSE and ROSANNA NICHOLS are:

i. THOMAS3 ROSE, b. 14 September 1855, Sydney NSW.; d. 10 June 1926, Burwood NSW.; m. (1) MALVINA MARIA KABLE, 1882, Bathurst NSW.; d. 1883, Canterbury NSW.; m. (2) ELIZABETH ANNE BARBER, 1895, Goulburn NSW.; b. 1868, Picton NSW.; d. 10 July 1946, Burwood NSW..

More About THOMAS ROSE:

Burial: 11 June 1926, St. Thomas' Church of England, Enfield NSW.

Occupation: Solicitor, parliamentarian - Member for Argyle.

Religion: Church of England.

More About ELIZABETH ANNE BARBER:

Burial: 12 July 1946, St. Thomas' Church of England, Enfield NSW.

ii. JOHN JENNER ROSE, b. 20 June 1857, Campbelltown NSW.; d. 12 February 1881, Elizabeth Bay NSW..

More About JOHN JENNER ROSE:

Burial: 14 February 1881, St. John's Church of England, Parramatta NSW.

iii. JAMES PYE ROSE, b. 2 April 1859, Mt. Gilead, Appin NSW.; d. 11 March 1933, Parramatta NSW.; m. MARGARET MARY LAWLER, 1880, Cootamundra NSW.; b. Abt. 1861, Murrumburrah NSW.; d. 26 April 1915, Kenmore Hospital, Goulburn NSW..

More About JAMES PYE ROSE:

Burial: 13 March 1933, Anglican Section, Rookwood NSW.

More About MARGARET MARY LAWLER:

Burial: 28 April 1915, Catholic Cemetery, Goulburn NSW.

iv. SARAH PYE ROSE, b. 2 July 1861, Campbelltown NSW.; d. 1 October 1939, Ashfield NSW..

More About SARAH PYE ROSE:

Burial: St. Thomas' Church of England, Enfield NSW.

7. v. JOSEPH HANNIBAL ROSE, b. 3 March 1865, Liverpool NSW.; d. 24 August 1938, Picton NSW..

vi. ELIZABETH ROSE, b. 1867, Liverpool NSW.; d. 27 June 1928, Burwood NSW.; m. WALTER ALBERT SELLE, 11 April 1905, Presbyterian Church, Newtown NSW.; b. Abt. 1882, Albury NSW..

More About ELIZABETH ROSE:

Burial: St. Thomas' Church of England, Enfield NSW.

Occupation: Nurse.

More About WALTER ALBERT SELLE:

Occupation: School teacher.

8. vii. WILLIAM HENRY ( BILL ) ROSE, b. 1871, Parramatta NSW.; d. 11 May 1955.

viii. HANNAH ROBINA ANN ROSE, b. 1875, Parramatta NSW.; d. 20 July 1928, Burwood NSW..

More About HANNAH ROBINA ANN ROSE:

Burial: St. Thomas' Church of England, Enfield NSW.

Occupation: School teacher.

4. HANNAH REBECCA PYE2 ROSE (THOMAS1) was born 13 January 1831 in Appin NSW., and died 14 January 1915 in Mosman NSW.. She married EDWARD PAYTEN 24 February 1853 in St. Mark's Church of England, Appin NSW.. He was born 28 March 1829 in Parramatta NSW., and died 12 November 1898 in Kenmore near Goulburn NSW..

More About HANNAH REBECCA PYE ROSE:

Burial: St. Peter's Church of England, Campbelltown NSW.

Religion: Anglican.

More About EDWARD PAYTEN:

Burial: 13 November 1898, St. Saviour's Anglican Cemetery, Goulburn NSW.

Education: Kings School, Parramatta NSW.

Occupation: Farmer - Kenmore near Goulburn NSW.

Religion: Anglican.

Children of HANNAH ROSE and EDWARD PAYTEN are:

9. i. NATHANIEL THOMAS3 PAYTEN, b. 26 March 1854, Parramatta NSW.; d. 3 January 1935, Parramatta NSW..

10. ii. ALFRED ANDREW PAYTEN, b. 26 September 1855, Parramatta NSW.; d. 15 March 1931, " Garthowen ", Mimosa St., Bankstown NSW..

iii. SARAH SUSANNAH PAYTEN, b. 12 July 1857, Campbelltown NSW.; d. 24 December 1864, Campbelltown NSW..

More About SARAH SUSANNAH PAYTEN:

Burial: 25 December 1864, St. Peter's Church of England, Campbelltown NSW.

11. iv. SUSAN ROSE PAYTEN, b. 6 October 1859, Wingello Park, Goulburn NSW.; d. 25 June 1936, Castle Hill NSW..

v. KEZIA JANE PAYTEN, b. 12 August 1861, Wingello Park, Goulburn NSW.; d. 9 March 1862, Wingello Park, Goulburn NSW..

12. vi. HENRY CHARLES LEDGER PAYTEN, b. 15 June 1863, Wingello Park, Goulburn NSW.; d. 29 January 1939, Rydalmere NSW..

vii. MARY ELIZABETH PAYTEN, b. 9 August 1864, Wingello Park, Goulburn NSW.; d. 6 June 1883, Goulburn NSW..

More About MARY ELIZABETH PAYTEN:

Burial: 8 June 1883, St. Saviour's Anglican Cemetery, Goulburn NSW.

13. viii. SARAH KEZIAH PAYTEN, b. 4 September 1866, Wingello Park, Goulburn NSW.; d. 12 December 1926, Dulwich Hill NSW..

ix. EDWARD JAMES PAYTEN, b. 2 March 1869, Campbelltown NSW.; d. 28 May 1944, Cooma NSW..

More About EDWARD JAMES PAYTEN:

Burial: 29 May 1944, St. James' Cemetery, Boloco near Dalgety NSW.

14. x. REUBEN ROSE PAYTEN, b. 25 October 1870, Woodbine, Campbelltown NSW.; d. 4 May 1954, Ryde NSW..

5. REUBEN UTHER BARTLETT2 ROSE (THOMAS1) was born 3 September 1834 in Campbelltown NSW., and died 6 September 1908 in Boloco NSW.. He married ELIZA JANE MERRETT 1863 in Campbelltown NSW.. She was born 21 July 1837 in Campbelltown NSW., and died 31 August 1912 in Boloco NSW..

More About REUBEN UTHER BARTLETT ROSE:

Burial: St. James Cemetery, Boloco near Dalgety NSW.

Cause of Death: Heart failure brought about by acute bronchitis and tonsilitis.

Education: Bet. 1851 - 1853, Kings School, Parramatta NSW.

Occupation: Grazier and farmer.

Religion: Anglican.

More About ELIZA JANE MERRETT:

Burial: St. James Cemetery, Boloco near Dalgety NSW.

Religion: Anglican.

Children of REUBEN ROSE and ELIZA MERRETT are:

15. i. SARAH ELIZABETH JANE3 ROSE, b. 28 April 1864, Campbelltown NSW.; d. 4 April 1937, Manly NSW..

16. ii. HENRY THOMAS MERRETT (HARRY) ROSE, b. 14 November 1866, Campbelltown NSW.; d. 31 July 1938, Magellan , Cooma NSW..

17. iii. HANNAH REBECCA PYE ROSE, b. 4 May 1869, Campbelltown NSW.; d. 20 October 1921, Cooma NSW..

iv. ALFRED FREDERICK WILLIAM ROSE, b. 14 September 1871, Campbelltown NSW.; d. 26 May 1940, Boloco NSW..

More About ALFRED FREDERICK WILLIAM ROSE:

Burial: St. James Cemetery, Boloco, Dalgety NSW.

Occupation: Solicitor.

18. v. ELIZA JANE ROSE, b. 21 July 1874, Boloco NSW.; d. 24 September 1911, Ashfield NSW..

19. vi. AMY MAY ROSE, b. 8 February 1878, Boloco NSW.; d. 18 February 1955, Sydney NSW..

20. vii. REUBEN ROSE, b. 6 July 1881, Boloco NSW.; d. 23 February 1955, Boloco NSW..

6. SARAH ELIZABETH JANE2 ROSE (THOMAS1) was born 22 January 1836 in Appin NSW., and died 16 March 1929 in Campbelltown NSW.. She married JAMES PAYTEN 28 July 1866 in Denham Court NSW.. He was born 22 November 1834 in Parramatta NSW., and died 3 December 1890 in Campbelltown NSW..

More About SARAH ELIZABETH JANE ROSE:

Burial: St. Peter's Church of England, Campbelltown NSW.

More About JAMES PAYTEN:

Burial: St. Peter's Church of England, Campbelltown NSW.

Occupation: Farmer.

Children of SARAH ROSE and JAMES PAYTEN are:

21. i. ALFRED ROSE3 PAYTEN, b. 3 June 1867, Campbelltown NSW.; d. 28 August 1960, Campbelltown NSW..

ii. HANNIBAL JAMES PAYTEN, b. 29 March 1869, Leppington NSW.; d. 16 April 1949, Campbelltown NSW..

More About HANNIBAL JAMES PAYTEN:

Burial: St. Peter's Church of England, Campbelltown NSW.

iii. PERCY EDWARD PAYTEN, b. 23 April 1871, Leppington NSW.; d. 16 December 1959, Campbelltown NSW..

More About PERCY EDWARD PAYTEN:

Burial: St. Peter's Church of England, Campbelltown NSW.

Occupation: Solicitor.

22. iv. HERBERT ANDREW PAYTEN, b. 23 October 1872, Campbelltown NSW.; d. 8 January 1954, Glebe Point NSW..

23. v. ARTHUR GRANVILLE PAYTEN, b. 13 January 1875, Campbelltown NSW.; d. 8 July 1955, Campbelltown NSW..

vi. ROSE HANNAH ( BABE ) PAYTEN, b. 20 December 1879, Woodbine, Campbelltown NSW.; d. 9 May 1951, Woodbine, Campbelltown NSW..

More About ROSE HANNAH ( BABE ) PAYTEN:

Burial: St. Peter's Church of England, Campbelltown NSW.

Occupation: Champion tennis and golf player.

Generation No. 3

7. JOSEPH HANNIBAL3 ROSE (CHARLES HENRY JACOB2, THOMAS1) was born 3 March 1865 in Liverpool NSW., and died 24 August 1938 in Picton NSW.. He married EDITH JANE GILMORE 3 September 1896 in Burwood NSW.. She was born 1872 in Parramatta NSW..

More About JOSEPH HANNIBAL ROSE:

Burial: 26 August 1938, Anglican Section, Upper Picton NSW.

Occupation: Postal clerk 1903 - 1915, farmer 1921 - 1938.

Children of JOSEPH ROSE and EDITH GILMORE are:

i. CARMEN PHYLLIS LYALL4 ROSE, b. 1897, Burwood NSW.; m. WALTER REGINALD SELBY, 22 December 1923, Congregational Church, Redfern NSW.; b. Abt. 1890, Gawler SA..

More About CARMEN PHYLLIS LYALL ROSE:

Occupation: Saleswoman.

More About WALTER REGINALD SELBY:

Occupation: Signwriter.

ii. PHILIP WALTER ROSE, b. 25 January 1905, Burwood NSW.; d. 4 January 2000, Glenfield NSW.; m. JOYCE BLAXLAND HUNGERFORD, 30 May 1936, North Sydney NSW.; b. 24 June 1912; d. 27 July 1971.

More About PHILIP WALTER ROSE:

Burial: 10 January 2000, Glenfield Crematorium NSW.

Occupation: Farmer, wool classer.

iii. JACK HANNIBAL ROSE, b. 1906, Burwood NSW..

8. WILLIAM HENRY ( BILL )3 ROSE (CHARLES HENRY JACOB2, THOMAS1) was born 1871 in Parramatta NSW., and died 11 May 1955. He married JANE DIANA ZEIDLER 1899 in Molong NSW.. She was born 1877 in Molong NSW., and died 8 August 1934 in Parramatta NSW..

More About WILLIAM HENRY ( BILL ) ROSE:

Burial: St. Bartholomew's Church, Prospect NSW.

Occupation: Police inspector.

More About JANE DIANA ZEIDLER:

Burial: 8 August 1934, St. Bartholomew's Church, Prospect NSW.

Children of WILLIAM ROSE and JANE ZEIDLER are:

i. MARY R.4 ROSE, b. 1899, Molong NSW..

ii. HENRY ROSE, b. 1901, Parkes NSW..

9. NATHANIEL THOMAS3 PAYTEN (HANNAH REBECCA PYE2 ROSE, THOMAS1) was born 26 March 1854 in Parramatta NSW., and died 3 January 1935 in Parramatta NSW.. He married (1) EMILY AUGUSTA CHIPPENDALE 5 July 1879 in St. Leonards NSW.. She was born 30 June 1858 in Campbelltown NSW.. He married (2) ANNIE VICTORIA REID 1890 in Deskford, Parramatta NSW.. She was born 6 November 1867 in Richmond NSW., and died 29 October 1956 in Mosman NSW..

More About NATHANIEL THOMAS PAYTEN:

Burial: 3 January 1935, Western Road Cemetery, Parramatta NSW.

More About ANNIE VICTORIA REID:

Burial: 30 October 1956, Northern Suburbs Crematorium, North Ryde NSW.

Children of NATHANIEL PAYTEN and EMILY CHIPPENDALE are:

i. VIVIAN AUGUSTUS EDWARD4 PAYTEN, b. 5 July 1880, Bradbury Park, Campbelltown NSW.; d. 20 June 1919, Annandale NSW.; m. (1) ELIZABETH FLANAGAN, 1904, Dubbo NSW.; d. 1915, Auburn NSW.; m. (2) ELFREDA MARION HEYELMANN, 1 May 1917, Annandale NSW.; b. 1889, Sydney NSW..

More About VIVIAN AUGUSTUS EDWARD PAYTEN:

Burial: 21 June 1919, Rookwood NSW.

ii. MIGONETTE LOUISE HANNAH PAYTEN, b. 22 July 1881, Bradbury Park, Campbelltown NSW.; m. (1) ERNEST J. PAGE, 1903, Sydney NSW.; m. (2) SYDNEY ALFRED PHILLIPS, 1910, Woollahra NSW.; b. 1877, Waterloo NSW..

10. ALFRED ANDREW3 PAYTEN (HANNAH REBECCA PYE2 ROSE, THOMAS1) was born 26 September 1855 in Parramatta NSW., and died 15 March 1931 in " Garthowen ", Mimosa St., Bankstown NSW.. He married ELIZABETH MARY DIGNAM 12 January 1881 in Kenmore near Goulburn NSW.. She was born 13 June 1851 in Goulburn NSW., and died 22 June 1930 in " Garthowen ", Stacey St., Bankstown NSW..

More About ALFRED ANDREW PAYTEN:

Burial: 16 March 1931, Rookwood NSW.

More About ELIZABETH MARY DIGNAM:

Burial: 24 June 1930, Rookwood NSW.

Religion: Catholic.

Children of ALFRED PAYTEN and ELIZABETH DIGNAM are:

i. EDWARD DIGNAM4 PAYTEN, b. 8 October 1881, Goulburn NSW.; d. 2 May 1948, Hornsby NSW.; m. KATHERINE LAURA MCMAHON, 2 August 1905, Taree NSW.; b. 1877, Taree NSW..

More About EDWARD DIGNAM PAYTEN:

Burial: 4 May 1948, Rookwood NSW.

Occupation: Mounted policeman.

ii. ALFRED HENRY PAYTEN, b. 12 November 1882, Goulburn NSW.; d. 25 December 1882, Goulburn NSW..

iii. PHILIP DIGNAM PAYTEN, b. 4 February 1885, Goulburn NSW.; d. 30 July 1890, Goulburn NSW..

iv. ALFRED ROSE ( BOB ) PAYTEN, b. 4 November 1887, Goulburn NSW.; d. 18 September 1959, Campbelltown NSW.; m. (1) LONIE PEARCE; b. 1896, Sydney NSW.; m. (2) MAUDE MAGDALENE SEXTON, 26 January 1910, Temora NSW.; b. Abt. 1889; d. 3 December 1945, Canterbury NSW..

More About ALFRED ROSE ( BOB ) PAYTEN:

Burial: 21 September 1959, Rookwood NSW.

More About MAUDE MAGDALENE SEXTON:

Burial: 4 December 1945, Catholic Cemetery, Rookwood NSW.

Religion: Catholic.

v. EILEEN AMELIA PAYTEN, b. 7 January 1891, Goulburn NSW.; d. 30 August 1977, Sydney NSW.; m. (1) EDWARD GEORGE SCHOFIELD; m. (2) GEORGE ALFRED FALLS, 30 December 1912, Goulburn NSW.; b. 1891, Goulburn NSW..

More About EILEEN AMELIA PAYTEN:

Burial: Leppington NSW.

More About GEORGE ALFRED FALLS:

Burial: Warragamba NSW.

Occupation: Builder.

11. SUSAN ROSE3 PAYTEN (HANNAH REBECCA PYE2 ROSE, THOMAS1) was born 6 October 1859 in Wingello Park, Goulburn NSW., and died 25 June 1936 in Castle Hill NSW.. She married LARKIN FOREMAN GILES 3 February 1892 in Kenmore near Goulburn NSW.. He was born 8 September 1862 in Sofala NSW., and died 8 October 1937 in Castle Hill NSW..

More About SUSAN ROSE PAYTEN:

Burial: St. Peter's Church of England, Campbelltown NSW.

More About LARKIN FOREMAN GILES:

Burial: 9 October 1937, Denham Court NSW.

Children of SUSAN PAYTEN and LARKIN GILES are:

i. CHARLIE PAYTEN4 GILES, b. 4 December 1892, Campbelltown NSW.; d. 26 October 1936, Hornsby NSW..

More About CHARLIE PAYTEN GILES:

Burial: St. Peter's Church of England, Campbelltown NSW.

ii. EDWARD JOHN GILES, b. 19 June 1895, Eshcol Park, Minto NSW.; d. 22 August 1982, Epping NSW.; m. MARY KYLE PURSER, 6 June 1923, Sydney NSW.; b. 16 November 1897; d. 18 September 1990.

iii. ROY FRANK GILES, b. 28 September 1898, Eshcol Park, Minto NSW.; d. 10 June 1960, Wauchope NSW.; m. LUCY EDNA IRENE FLICKER, 12 January 1924, Parramatta NSW.; b. 23 July 1898, Charles St., Parramatta NSW.; d. 6 September 1971, Parramatta NSW..

More About ROY FRANK GILES:

Burial: 11 June 1960, Wauchope NSW.

More About LUCY EDNA IRENE FLICKER:

Burial: Wauchope NSW.

iv. HARRY FOREMAN GILES, b. 17 December 1900, Eshcol Park, Minto NSW.; d. 24 March 1984, Tamworth NSW.; m. (1) PHOEBE ROSEMARY SNELLING-FORD; b. 12 April 1908; d. 2 May 1946; m. (2) ZELMA LILLIAN LINCOLN; b. 1922; d. 13 July 1994, Tamworth NSW..

More About ZELMA LILLIAN LINCOLN:

Burial: 18 July 1994, Lincoln Grove Memorial Gardens, Tamworth NSW.

12. HENRY CHARLES LEDGER3 PAYTEN (HANNAH REBECCA PYE2 ROSE, THOMAS1) was born 15 June 1863 in Wingello Park, Goulburn NSW., and died 29 January 1939 in Rydalmere NSW.. He married ALEXA ISABEL PORTEUS 23 March 1915 in Broadway NSW.. She was born 25 November 1879 in Swamp Oak, Tamworth NSW., and died Abt. 1960.

More About HENRY CHARLES LEDGER PAYTEN:

Burial: 31 January 1939, Rookwood NSW.

Child of HENRY PAYTEN and ALEXA PORTEUS is:

i. HANNA ROSE4 PAYTEN, b. 2 October 1917, Parramatta NSW.; d. 10 June 1990, Wollongbar NSW.; m. (1) WILLIAM JAMES LINTON, 28 May 1957, Rockdale NSW.; b. 1889, Worcester, England.; d. 18 June 1975, Calvery Hospital, Kogarah NSW.; m. (2) ERIC WILLIAM BARNARD, Abt. 1977, Sydney NSW.; d. St. Vincent's Hospital, Lismore NSW..

More About HANNA ROSE PAYTEN:

Burial: 20 June 1990, Wollongbar Crematorium NSW.

Occupation: Psychiatric nurse.

More About WILLIAM JAMES LINTON:

Occupation: Butcher.

13. SARAH KEZIAH3 PAYTEN (HANNAH REBECCA PYE2 ROSE, THOMAS1) was born 4 September 1866 in Wingello Park, Goulburn NSW., and died 12 December 1926 in Dulwich Hill NSW.. She married NICOLAAS HENDRIK PALING 23 March 1895 in Kenmore near Goulburn NSW.. He was born 26 July 1861 in Woerden, South Holland Netherlands., and died 19 June 1936 in Kenmore Psychiatric Hospital, Goulburn NSW..

More About SARAH KEZIAH PAYTEN:

Burial: 14 December 1926, Rookwood NSW.

More About NICOLAAS HENDRIK PALING:

Burial: 22 June 1936, Goulburn NSW.

Occupation: Consul for the Netherlands.

Child of SARAH PAYTEN and NICOLAAS PALING is:

i. JAN MAREE ANTOINE4 PALING, b. 25 June 1896, Mosman NSW.; d. 12 December 1926, Dulwich Hill NSW..

More About JAN MAREE ANTOINE PALING:

Degree: MB. BSc.

Education: Fort Street High, University of Sydney.

Occupation: Medical practitioner.

14. REUBEN ROSE3 PAYTEN (HANNAH REBECCA PYE2 ROSE, THOMAS1) was born 25 October 1870 in Woodbine, Campbelltown NSW., and died 4 May 1954 in Ryde NSW.. He married (1) ISABELLA SARAH GIBB 15 May 1894 in West Berthong near Young NSW.. She was born 19 November 1862 in Terang Vic., and died 28 November 1904 in Goulburn NSW.. He married (2) FLORENCE MAY MUGRIDGE 31 July 1907 in Holy Trinity Church, Kelso NSW.. She was born 4 February 1884 in Bathurst NSW., and died 6 October 1972 in Pittwood Nursing Home, Ashfield NSW..

More About REUBEN ROSE PAYTEN:

Burial: 5 May 1954, Northern Suburbs Crematorium, North Ryde NSW.

Occupation: Farmer, hotellier, market gardener.

Religion: Anglican.

More About ISABELLA SARAH GIBB:

Burial: 30 November 1904, Church of England Cemetery, Goulburn NSW.

Occupation: Anglican.

More About FLORENCE MAY MUGRIDGE:

Burial: Northern Suburbs Crematorium, North Ryde NSW.

Occupation: Florist.

Religion: Anglican.

Children of REUBEN PAYTEN and ISABELLA GIBB are:

i. REUBEN FORESTER4 PAYTEN, b. 31 December 1895, Goulburn NSW.; d. 8 August 1970, St. Ives NSW.; m. PAULINE ROSE CRISP, 5 November 1923, St. Phillips Church of England, Sydney NSW.; b. 18 April 1898, Cooma NSW.; d. 4 September 1956, Ironmungie near Cooma NSW..

More About REUBEN FORESTER PAYTEN:

Baptism: St. Nicholas' Church, Goulburn NSW.

Burial: 10 August 1970, St. James' Cemetery, Boloco near Dalgety NSW.

Occupation: Manager of Trout Hatchery, Jindabyne NSW.

Religion: Anglican.

More About PAULINE ROSE CRISP:

Burial: 7 September 1956, St. James' Cemetery, Boloco near Dalgety NSW.

Religion: Anglican.

ii. ZARA LAVINIA PAYTEN, b. 18 September 1897, Goulburn NSW.; d. 5 May 1987, Tottenham District Hospital NSW.; m. PATRICK WILLIAM LORRIMER, 14 March 1928, St. James' Presbyterian Church, Burwood NSW.; b. 6 January 1890, Wagga Wagga NSW.; d. 23 September 1966, Tottenham District Hospital NSW..

More About ZARA LAVINIA PAYTEN:

Baptism: St. Nicholas' Church, Goulburn NSW.

Burial: Tottenham NSW.

Education: High School.

Occupation: Secretary.

Religion: Anglican.

More About PATRICK WILLIAM LORRIMER:

Burial: Tottenham NSW.

Education: Intermediate High School.

Occupation: Grazier - Marooba near Tottenham NSW.

Religion: Presbyterian.

iii. FRIDA MAURA PAYTEN, b. 14 September 1901, Goulburn NSW.; d. 4 January 2003, St. Ives NSW.; m. CLIVE CHRISTOPHER LINZ, 19 January 1927, Trinity Church, Dulwich Hill NSW.; b. 11 October 1901, Stockton NSW.; d. 5 July 1975, St. Ives NSW..

More About FRIDA MAURA PAYTEN:

Baptism: St. Nicholas' Church, Goulburn NSW.

Burial: 9 January 2003, Northern Suburbs Cemetery, North Ryde NSW.

Occupation: Home duties.

Religion: Anglican.

More About CLIVE CHRISTOPHER LINZ:

Burial: Northern Suburbs Cemetery, North Ryde NSW.

Degree: BA. Dip Ed. MA.

Education: University of Sydney.

Occupation: Director Visual Education, Dept. of Educ. NSW.

Religion: Presbyterian.

iv. HENRY JAMES PAYTEN, b. 26 November 1904, Goulburn NSW.; d. 13 January 1905, Goulburn NSW..

More About HENRY JAMES PAYTEN:

Burial: 14 January 1905, Church of England Cemetery, Goulburn NSW.

Children of REUBEN PAYTEN and FLORENCE MUGRIDGE are:

v. PHILIP HENRY4 PAYTEN, b. 15 June 1908, Goulburn NSW.; d. 29 June 1908, Goulburn NSW..

More About PHILIP HENRY PAYTEN:

Burial: 29 June 1908, St. Saviour's Anglican Cemetery, Goulburn NSW.

vi. FLORENCE MARY PAYTEN, b. 1 May 1911, Goulburn NSW.; d. 27 December 1972, Nyngan NSW.; m. DAVID CUTHBERT BRUCE LORIMER, 7 January 1935, St. Anne's Church of England, Ryde NSW.; b. 13 January 1901, Hawthorn Vic.; d. 20 January 1971, Nyngan NSW..

More About FLORENCE MARY PAYTEN:

Burial: Orange Crematorium NSW.

Education: Church of England Grammer, Goulburn NSW.

Occupation: Librarian.

Religion: Anglican.

More About DAVID CUTHBERT BRUCE LORIMER:

Burial: Orange Crematorium NSW.

Education: Bet. 1916 - 1918, Scotts College, Sydney NSW.

Occupation: Grazier - Truganini near Nymagee NSW.

Religion: Presbyterian.

vii. JOYCE EDITH PAYTEN, b. 20 March 1915, Goulburn NSW.; d. 23 September 1966, Brisbane Qld.; m. FREDERICK JAMES KEMBALL, 20 March 1950, St. Anne's Church of England, Ryde NSW.; b. 19 October 1918, Upminister, Essex England..

More About JOYCE EDITH PAYTEN:

Occupation: Saleswoman - David Jones, Sydney NSW.

15. SARAH ELIZABETH JANE3 ROSE (REUBEN UTHER BARTLETT2, THOMAS1) was born 28 April 1864 in Campbelltown NSW., and died 4 April 1937 in Manly NSW.. She married JOHN CHARLES CRISP 14 September 1886 in St. James Church, Boloco near Dalgety NSW., son of AMOS CRISP and ELIZABETH WILLIAMS. He was born 31 August 1850 in " Jimenbuen ", Dalgety NSW., and died 10 February 1920 in "Jimenbuen ", Dalgety NSW..

More About SARAH ELIZABETH JANE ROSE:

Burial: St. James Cemetery, Boloco, Dalgety NSW.

Religion: Anglican.

More About JOHN CHARLES CRISP:

Burial: St. James Cemetery, Boloco, Dalgety NSW.

Elected: Chairman of Pastures Protection Board and Shire Councillor.

Occupation: Grazier.

Religion: Anglican.

Children of SARAH ROSE and JOHN CRISP are:

i. MILDRED ROSE4 CRISP, b. 28 June 1887, Cooma NSW.; d. 18 April 1959, Maffra near Cooma NSW.; m. FRANCIS WILLIAM VENN KING, 6 March 1912, St. James Church, Boloco near Dalgety NSW.; b. 30 July 1879, Queensland.; d. 22 July 1963, Boloco NSW..

More About MILDRED ROSE CRISP:

Burial: St. James' Cemetery, Boloco near Dalgety NSW.

Religion: Anglican.

Notes for FRANCIS WILLIAM VENN KING:

Francis King was a very good Polo player.

More About FRANCIS WILLIAM VENN KING:

Burial: St. James' Cemetery, Boloco near Dalgety NSW.

Occupation: Grazier.

Religion: Anglican.

ii. HAROLD EDWARD CRISP, b. 11 September 1888, Boloco NSW.; d. 31 July 1908, Boloco NSW..

More About HAROLD EDWARD CRISP:

Burial: St. James' Cemetery, Boloco near Dalgety NSW.

Religion: Anglican.

iii. RUBIE ROSE CRISP, b. 30 January 1891, Boloco NSW.; d. 22 July 1982, Cooma NSW.; m. HILARY JAMES MONCKTON, 30 August 1915, Ironmongie near Cooma NSW.; b. 26 September 1889; d. 11 November 1969, Rose Bay NSW..

More About RUBIE ROSE CRISP:

Burial: St. James' Cemetery, Boloco near Dalgety NSW.

Religion: Anglican.

More About HILARY JAMES MONCKTON:

Burial: St. James' Cemetery, Boloco near Dalgety NSW.

Occupation: Wool buyer, grazier - El Paso & Riversdale.

Religion: Anglican.

iv. JOHN CHARLES CRISP, b. 20 September 1894, Cooma NSW.; d. 26 April 1961, Cooma NSW.; m. IDA HAIN, 28 February 1924, Hainfield, Cooma NSW.; b. 22 June 1896, Cooma NSW.; d. Cooma NSW..

More About JOHN CHARLES CRISP:

Burial: St. Paul's Church, Cooma NSW.

Education: Cooma Grammer School.

Occupation: Grazier, butcher.

Religion: Anglican.

More About IDA HAIN:

Baptism: Cooma NSW.

Burial: Cooma NSW.

Education: SCEGGS, Goulburn NSW.

Religion: Anglican.

v. PAULINE ROSE CRISP, b. 18 April 1898, Cooma NSW.; d. 4 September 1956, Ironmungie near Cooma NSW.; m. REUBEN FORESTER PAYTEN, 5 November 1923, St. Phillips Church of England, Sydney NSW.; b. 31 December 1895, Goulburn NSW.; d. 8 August 1970, St. Ives NSW..

More About PAULINE ROSE CRISP:

Burial: 7 September 1956, St. James' Cemetery, Boloco near Dalgety NSW.

Religion: Anglican.

More About REUBEN FORESTER PAYTEN:

Baptism: St. Nicholas' Church, Goulburn NSW.

Burial: 10 August 1970, St. James' Cemetery, Boloco near Dalgety NSW.

Occupation: Manager of Trout Hatchery, Jindabyne NSW.

Religion: Anglican.

16. HENRY THOMAS MERRETT (HARRY)3 ROSE (REUBEN UTHER BARTLETT2, THOMAS1) was born 14 November 1866 in Campbelltown NSW., and died 31 July 1938 in Magellan , Cooma NSW.. He married AMELIA JANE HAIN 31 May 1893 in St. Paul's Church of England, Cooma NSW., daughter of JOSEPH HAIN and ANN ROSTRON. She was born 5 August 1868 in Dairyman's Plain, Cooma NSW., and died 20 July 1940 in Prince Alfred Hospital, Sydney NSW..

More About HENRY THOMAS MERRETT (HARRY) ROSE:

Burial: St. James Cemetery, Boloco near Dalgety NSW.

Occupation: Property manager, grazier, stock and station agent.

Religion: Anglican.

More About AMELIA JANE HAIN:

Burial: St. James Cemetery, Boloco near Dalgety NSW.

Children of HENRY ROSE and AMELIA HAIN are:

i. MELISSA RAY (RAY)4 ROSE, b. 1893, Cooma NSW.; d. 1990, Gunningrah NSW.; m. (1) BRYAN A. VEECH, 1919, Sydney NSW.; d. 1921, Wellington NSW.; m. (2) JOHN CHARLES MASLIN, 1923, Sydney NSW..

More About MELISSA RAY (RAY) ROSE:

Burial: Boloco NSW.

ii. ELIZA HAIN (LY) ROSE, b. 1896, Cooma NSW.; d. Abt. 1970, Pambula NSW..

Notes for ELIZA HAIN (LY) ROSE:

Never married.

More About ELIZA HAIN (LY) ROSE:

Burial: Pambula NSW.

iii. ALFRED JOHN (JOHN) ROSE, b. 1898, Cooma NSW.; d. 1960, Inverell NSW.; m. (1) INA WALTERS, 1924, Paddington NSW.; b. 1900, Wattle Flat NSW.; m. (2) UNKNOWN ROBERTS, 1947, Inverell NSW..

Notes for ALFRED JOHN (JOHN) ROSE:

John and Ina did not have any children.

More About ALFRED JOHN (JOHN) ROSE:

Burial: Inverell NSW.

Military service: 1st. AIF. Served in France. WW1. 2nd AIF. WW2.

Occupation: Butcher, grazier.

iv. CLIFTON MERRETT (CLIFF) ROSE, b. 23 September 1900, Cooma NSW.; d. 9 November 1965, Cooma NSW.; m. JESSIE ELIZA FLORENCE MCDONALD, 1938, Sydney NSW.; b. 1911; d. 22 January 1994, Cooma NSW..

More About CLIFTON MERRETT (CLIFF) ROSE:

Burial: Cooma NSW.

v. HENRY ARTHUR MERRETT (PAD) ROSE, b. 26 October 1902, Woolway NSW.; d. 8 August 1980, Cooma NSW.; m. NADA MARION GOODWIN, 14 October 1940, St. James Church, Sydney NSW.; b. 12 March 1907, Cooma NSW.; d. 29 May 1994, Bombala NSW..

More About HENRY ARTHUR MERRETT (PAD) ROSE:

Burial: St. James Cemetery, Boloco near Dalgety NSW.

Education: Monaro Grammer School, Cooma NSW.

Occupation: Grazier - Parkside near Nimmitabel NSW.

Religion: Anglican.

More About NADA MARION GOODWIN:

Burial: St. James Cemetery, Boloco near Dalgety NSW.

Religion: Anglican.

24. vi. NANCY ROSE, b. 10 June 1905, Berridale NSW.; d. 25 November 1962, Kybeyan NSW..

17. HANNAH REBECCA PYE3 ROSE (REUBEN UTHER BARTLETT2, THOMAS1) was born 4 May 1869 in Campbelltown NSW., and died 20 October 1921 in Cooma NSW.. She married EDWARD (NED) CRISP 1902 in Cooma NSW., son of AMOS CRISP and ELIZABETH WILLIAMS. He was born 1863 in " Jimenbuen ", Dalgety NSW., and died 15 April 1945 in Cooma NSW..

More About HANNAH REBECCA PYE ROSE:

Burial: Cooma NSW.

More About EDWARD (NED) CRISP:

Burial: Cooma NSW.

Elected: President of Monaro Shire Council.

Children of HANNAH ROSE and EDWARD CRISP are:

i. EDWARD NASH4 CRISP, b. 1903, Cooma NSW.; m. PEGGY CUNNINGHAM.

ii. HENRY R. CRISP, b. 1904, Cooma NSW.; m. SYBIL M. PASCOE, 1934, Cooma NSW..

25. iii. ELIZABETH ROSE CRISP, b. 1905, Cooma NSW..

iv. WILLIAM CRISP, b. 26 December 1906, Cooma NSW.; d. 29 July 1968, Boloco NSW.; m. LORNA JANE WILLIAMS, 1940, Cooma NSW..

More About WILLIAM CRISP:

Burial: St. James Cemetery, Boloco, Dalgety NSW.

v. REUBEN CRISP, b. 1909, Cooma NSW.; d. 29 August 1920, Cooma NSW..

More About REUBEN CRISP:

Burial: Cooma NSW.

18. ELIZA JANE3 ROSE (REUBEN UTHER BARTLETT2, THOMAS1) was born 21 July 1874 in Boloco NSW., and died 24 September 1911 in Ashfield NSW.. She married JOSEPH LAWRENCE WILLIAMS 1900 in Cooma NSW., son of JOHN WILLIAMS and MARY SHANNON. He was born 1873 in Bega NSW., and died 1936 in Mosman NSW..

More About ELIZA JANE ROSE:

Burial: St. Peter's Church of England, Campbelltown NSW.

Children of ELIZA ROSE and JOSEPH WILLIAMS are:

i. NEVILLE FOSTER4 WILLIAMS, b. 1904, Robertson NSW.; d. 1959; m. MARY ERROL EVANS, 1932, Sydney NSW..

Notes for NEVILLE FOSTER WILLIAMS:

Frank and Neville were twins.

ii. FRANK NOEL WILLIAMS, b. 1904, Robertson NSW.; d. 1974; m. IVY S. ODEWAHN, 1933, Culcairn NSW.; b. 1909, Albury NSW..

19. AMY MAY3 ROSE (REUBEN UTHER BARTLETT2, THOMAS1) was born 8 February 1878 in Boloco NSW., and died 18 February 1955 in Sydney NSW.. She married ALFRED ERNEST CAMPBELL JEANNERET. He was born 1868, and died 11 September 1944 in Cooma NSW..

More About AMY MAY ROSE:

Burial: St. James Cemetery, Boloco near Dalgety NSW.

Religion: Anglican.

More About ALFRED ERNEST CAMPBELL JEANNERET:

Burial: St. James Cemetery, Boloco near Dalgety NSW.

Occupation: Lawyer.

Children of AMY ROSE and ALFRED JEANNERET are:

i. LORNA ROSE4 JEANNERET, b. 5 August 1910, Hunters Hill NSW.; d. October 1971, Wentworth Falls NSW.; m. JAMES DAVID GADEN, 1932, Maffra near Cooma NSW.; b. 4 March 1905, Wahroonga NSW.; d. 18 December 1963, Avalon NSW..

More About LORNA ROSE JEANNERET:

Burial: Northern Suburbs Crematorium, North Ryde NSW.

More About JAMES DAVID GADEN:

Burial: Northern Suburbs Cemetery, North Ryde NSW.

Education: Barker College, Hornsby NSW.

Occupation: Grazier - Woburn near Cooma NSW.

ii. ALFRED ERNEST CONRAD JEANNERET, b. 11 February 1912, Hunters Hill NSW.; d. 17 April 1992, North Ryde NSW.; m. ETHEL ELIZABETH (BETTY) WILKINSON, 11 February 1950, St. Andrew's Church of England, Sydney NSW.; b. 26 January 1917, Bombala NSW.; d. 5 April 1992, St. Leonards NSW..

More About ALFRED ERNEST CONRAD JEANNERET:

Burial: 24 April 1992, Northern Suburbs Cemetery, North Ryde NSW.

20. REUBEN3 ROSE (REUBEN UTHER BARTLETT2, THOMAS1) was born 6 July 1881 in Boloco NSW., and died 23 February 1955 in Boloco NSW.. He married FREDA MARJORIE WYNDHAM. She was born 1897, and died 14 August 1972 in Boloco NSW..

More About REUBEN ROSE:

Burial: St. James Cemetery, Boloco near Dalgety NSW.

Occupation: Grazier - Boloco NSW.

More About FREDA MARJORIE WYNDHAM:

Burial: St. James Cemetery, Boloco near Dalgety NSW.

Children of REUBEN ROSE and FREDA WYNDHAM are:

i. GEOFFREY WYNDHAM4 ROSE, b. 9 April 1919, Boloco NSW.; d. 8 January 1943, Tripolitania, North Africa. WW2..

More About GEOFFREY WYNDHAM ROSE:

Military service: RAAF. WW2. Pilot. Killed in Action.

Religion: Anglican.

ii. REUBEN BARTLETT (BEN) ROSE, b. 9 November 1922, Cooma NSW.; m. KATHLEEN AMEY JOHNSTON, 9 January 1946; b. 10 April 1922, Bega NSW..

More About REUBEN BARTLETT (BEN) ROSE:

Education: Canberra Grammer School ACT.

Occupation: Grazier.

Religion: Anglican.

iii. THOMAS MERRETT ROSE, b. 16 September 1925, Cooma NSW.; m. COLLEEN BEAVER; b. 18 June 1926.

21. ALFRED ROSE3 PAYTEN (SARAH ELIZABETH JANE2 ROSE, THOMAS1) was born 3 June 1867 in Campbelltown NSW., and died 28 August 1960 in Campbelltown NSW.. He married HELEN BOYD ( ELLEN ) WHITEHEAD 3 July 1895 in Glebe NSW.. She was born 8 August 1873 in Sydney NSW., and died 31 May 1951 in Campbelltown NSW..

More About ALFRED ROSE PAYTEN:

Occupation: Architect.

Children of ALFRED PAYTEN and HELEN WHITEHEAD are:

i. WILGA ROSE4 PAYTEN, b. 13 July 1896, Campbelltown NSW.; d. 11 November 1980, Sydney NSW..

More About WILGA ROSE PAYTEN:

Burial: St. Peter's Church of England, Campbelltown NSW.

ii. RONALD BOYD PAYTEN, b. 1 July 1898, Campbelltown NSW.; m. ELENA LILLIAN EDSER, 29 June 1935, Newcastle NSW.; b. 1901, Kempsey NSW.; d. 26 March 1989.

iii. MARJORIE NELL PAYTEN, b. 15 December 1901, Sydney NSW.; d. 30 September 1902, Leumeah NSW..

More About MARJORIE NELL PAYTEN:

Burial: St. Peter's Church of England, Campbelltown NSW.

iv. LEONARD HARBISON PAYTEN, b. 25 June 1903, Sydney NSW.; d. 27 August 1965, Campbelltown NSW..

More About LEONARD HARBISON PAYTEN:

Burial: St. Peter's Church of England, Campbelltown NSW.

v. SARA ROSE PAYTEN, b. 20 November 1905, Sydney NSW.; d. 26 March 1993, Campbelltown NSW..

More About SARA ROSE PAYTEN:

Burial: 1 April 1993, St. Peter's Church of England, Campbelltown NSW.

Religion: Anglican.

vi. CLIVE WHEATSTONE PAYTEN, b. 3 March 1910, Sydney NSW..

22. HERBERT ANDREW3 PAYTEN (SARAH ELIZABETH JANE2 ROSE, THOMAS1) was born 23 October 1872 in Campbelltown NSW., and died 8 January 1954 in Glebe Point NSW.. He married JENETTE MOREWOOD MATHEWS 3 December 1896 in Glebe Point NSW.. She was born 29 October 1870 in Parramatta NSW., and died 9 February 1943 in Glebe NSW..

More About HERBERT ANDREW PAYTEN:

Burial: Botany NSW.

Child of HERBERT PAYTEN and JENETTE MATHEWS is:

i. OLGA NANCY4 PAYTEN, b. 4 February 1904, Glebe NSW.; d. July 1985, Camden NSW.; m. JOHN BROWN SKENE, 26 December 1929, St. John's Church, Glebe NSW.; b. 5 February 1895, Stirling, Scotland.; d. 1979, Liverpool NSW..

More About OLGA NANCY PAYTEN:

Burial: St. Peter's Church of England, Campbelltown NSW.

More About JOHN BROWN SKENE:

Burial: St. Peter's Church of England, Campbelltown NSW.

23. ARTHUR GRANVILLE3 PAYTEN (SARAH ELIZABETH JANE2 ROSE, THOMAS1) was born 13 January 1875 in Campbelltown NSW., and died 8 July 1955 in Campbelltown NSW.. He married JESSIE MURIEL HORNIMAN 7 December 1917 in Sydney NSW.. She was born 17 February 1889 in Kempsey NSW., and died 23 May 1979.

More About ARTHUR GRANVILLE PAYTEN:

Burial: St. Peter's Church of England, Campbelltown NSW.

Children of ARTHUR PAYTEN and JESSIE HORNIMAN are:

i. DAVID ROSE4 PAYTEN, b. 12 September 1918, Campbelltown NSW.; d. 28 September 1941, Prisoner of War. Camp Stalag XIII, Germany..

ii. JAMES GRANVILLE PAYTEN, b. 26 November 1921, Campbelltown NSW.; m. JOY MARGARET GRAHAM, 28 June 1945, Mornington Vic.; b. 11 October 1921.

iii. ARTHUR GEOFFREY ( TONY ) PAYTEN, b. 22 August 1927, Campbelltown NSW.; m. JUDITH ELIZABETH PINHEY, 25 February 1956, Woollahra NSW.; b. 1927, Elizabeth Bay NSW..

More About ARTHUR GEOFFREY ( TONY ) PAYTEN:

Education: Sydney Grammer School.

Occupation: Banker.

Generation No. 4

24. NANCY4 ROSE (HENRY THOMAS MERRETT (HARRY)3, REUBEN UTHER BARTLETT2, THOMAS1) was born 10 June 1905 in Berridale NSW., and died 25 November 1962 in Kybeyan NSW.. She married RONALD MACKAY MOULD 29 January 1936 in Cooma NSW., son of ARTHUR MOULD and ELLEN MACKAY. He was born 17 January 1909 in Adaminaby NSW., and died 17 February 1979.

More About NANCY ROSE:

Burial: St. James Cemetery, Boloco near Dalgety NSW.

Children of NANCY ROSE and RONALD MOULD are:

i. AMELIA ROSEANNE5 MOULD.

ii. ELIZABETH RAYLEE MOULD.

iii. ARTHUR PATTRICK MOULD.

iv. ELLEN MARLYN MOULD.

v. JAMES DUNCAN MOULD.

25. ELIZABETH ROSE4 CRISP (HANNAH REBECCA PYE3 ROSE, REUBEN UTHER BARTLETT2, THOMAS1) was born 1905 in Cooma NSW.. She married (1) GEORGE HILL. She married (2) ERNEST HENRY QUODLING 1930 in Cooma NSW., son of ERNEST QUODLING and ETHEL QUODLING. He was born 1908, and died 20 January 1931 in Cooma NSW..

More About ERNEST HENRY QUODLING:

Burial: Cooma NSW.

Child of ELIZABETH CRISP and ERNEST QUODLING is:

i. WILLIAM HENRY5 QUODLING, b. September 1930, Cooma NSW.; d. 23 March 1931, Cooma NSW..

More About WILLIAM HENRY QUODLING:

Burial: Cooma NSW.

 

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