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William Garland NICKISSON & Amelia Fowler PHILLIPS
married 1856, Redfern, NSW


Revised 11 Mar 2003
William Nickisson (1833 Clerkenwell) & Amelia Phillips (1836 Cheltenham) married 1856 Redfern. Children: Emily Nickisson (1857 Sydney) & Stephen Nicholson (1859 Leeds) married 1882 Cooks Hill, Atwell Nickisson (1859 Sydney) & Mary Colgan (1861) married 1881 Newcastle, Atwell Nickisson (1859 Sydney) & Rose Rush (1861 NSW) married 1892 Newcastle, Mary Nickisson (1862 Newcastle) & James Philips (1860 Sydney) married 1880 Cooks Hill, Annie Nickisson (1863 Newcastle) & Hudson Berkeley (1858 Maitland) married 1886 Cooks Hill, Arthur Nickisson (1866 Newcastle) & Cecilia Keenan (1873) married 1891 Katoomba, Arthur Nickisson (1866 Newcastle) & Sarah Carroll married 1902 Sydney, William Nickisson (1868 Newcastle) & Mary Henderson (1868 NSW) married 1891 Waratah, William Nickisson (1868 Newcastle) & Bertha Stark (1874 NSW) married 1896 Newcastle, Frederick Nickisson (1871 Newcastle) & May Dimmock (1870 NSW) married 1890 East Maitland, Frederick Nickisson (1871 Newcastle) & Annie Williams married 1920 Glebe, Herbert Nickisson (1873 Newcastle) & Elizabeth Anderson (1880) married 1901 Newcastle, Fanny Nickisson (1875 Newcastle)











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    William Garland Nickisson
    (1833-1905)



    William Garland Nickisson
    (1833-1905)



    Cameron, West Maitland
    c1900
    William Garland Nickisson
    (1833-1905)



    courtesy of Robert


  • Trove
  • 15 High St, Newcastle c1900


    Atwell Nickisson with dogs, Wm Nickisson on verandah
    15 High St, Newcastle c1960








    Nickisson-Phillips family bible
    courtesy of Betty, Robert, Staff and Mark

    William Garland Nickisson who married Amelia Fowler Phillips at St Pauls Church Redfern Sydney NSWales on the 11th day of Septermber 1856.
    Emily Ann daughter of the above born at Bay Street Glebe Sydney on 20th June 1857 at 5.15 a.m. Registered in the Glebe District on 20th July Christened in the Wesleyan Chapel Chippendale on (rubbed out) Died 21.9.1904 47 Years
    Atwell William son of the above born 86 Frances St in the City of Sydney 22nd June 1859 registered in Sydney district on August and christened at the Wesleyan Chapel Chippendale on the 7th August 1859 Died 5th Oct. 1921 62Years.
    Mary Amelia daughter of the above born at Pitt Street Lake MacQuarie Road in the City of Newcastle 20th January 1862 at 10.1 a.m. Registered in the Newcastle District on 20th March and Christened at the above residence on the 13th March 1862 Died April 1951 89 Years
    Anne Fowler daughter of the above born at Pitt Street Lake MacQuarie Road in the City of Newcastle 14th November 1863 at 3.45 a.m. Registered in the Newcastle District on 11th January 1864 and Christeded at the Wesleyan Chapel Newcastle on 3 January 1864. Died 7th March 1932 68 Years.
    Arthur Felix son of the above born at Pitt Street Lake MacQuarie Road in the City of Newcastle 10th March 1866 at 12.40 a.m. Registered in the Newcastle District on 8th May and Christened at the above Residence on 27 June 1866 Died 8 .11.1910 44Years
    William Edward son of the above born in Pitt Street Lake MacQuarie Road in the City of Newcastle 3rd July 1868 at 2.15 p.m. registered in the Newcastle District on 31st August 1868 and Christened at St. John Church Newcastle 27 September 1868 Died 18th Sept 1952 84Years
    Frederick Charles son of the above born at Pitt Street Lake MacQuarie Road in the City of Newcastle 1st January 1871 at 12.10 Registered in the Newcastle District on the 28th February 1871 and Christened at St. Johns Church Newcastle on the 25th February 1871
    Herbert Walter son of the above born at Pitt Street Lake MacQuarie Road Newcastle 12th January 1873 at 11.22p.m. Registered Newcastle District 10 March 1873 Christened at St John Church Newcastle 4 April 1873 Died 9th July 1949 76Years
    Fanny Augusta daughter of the above born at Pitt Street Lake MacQuarie Road Newcastle 22nd May 1875 8.50 p.m. Registered Newcastle District 17 July 1875 Christened at St James Wickham 27 Sep 1875 Died 1886 10Years
    Page 2
    William Garland Nickisson born London arrived in Sydney 1853 came out under engagement as a Accountant to the Australian Agricultural Company. Mr. E.C. Merewether was the Superintendent. In 1874 he joined Mr. R.B. Wallace as accountant to the Bank of New South Wales. He died at the age of 72 (2 written over a 5) 1905 Pallbearers were R.A.Wallace, E.A.M.Merewether,C.Reid and A.H.Hunt. The remains interred in the CofE portion of the Sandgate Cemetery after Service being conducted by Reverend Stanley Best.
    Jane Emily Ball(Written over Garland) Nickisson mother of William Garland, Felix Garland, Emily,Mary Elizabeth. Born 4th Aug. 1808 died Clerkenwell England 18th Feb 1861 53 Years

    Presented to Herbert Garland Nickisson Great Grandson of the above by Irene Margaret Phillips God mother of Herbert Garland Nickisson Great Grandaughter of the above on the 26th September 1959
    Presented to Bruce Garland Nickisson, son of Herbert Garland Nickisson, Godson of Irene Margaret Phillips, Geat Grandson of William Garland Nicksson on the death of his Father Herbert Garland Nickisson 9.4.65
    Page 3 Presented to Mark Garland Nickisson, son of Bruce Garland Nickisson, Grandson of Herbert Garland Nickisson, Great Grandson of Herbert Walter Nickisson, Great Great Grandson of William Garland Nickisson and Great Great Great Grandson of Ann Phillips and Great Great Great Grandson of Jane Emily (Ball) (?Garland) Nickisson

    Presented to Ann Phillips by her Affectionate Daughter Amelia on the Fifty Fifth Anniversary of her Birthday
    Sydney. August. 7th. 1854.




    Presented by the above to her Affectionate daughter Amelia on her Wedding Day.
    Sydney, September 11th 1856


    Nickisson Memorial Window, Christ Church Cathedral, Newcastle


    photo courtesy of Robert

    The A.F.& W.G. Nickisson Window
    The dedication reads

    St.Matthew
    To the Glory of God and in loving memory of Amelia Fowler and William Garland Nickisson.
    Erected by their loving children.”


    The Nickisson-Phillips children


    Emily Ann Nickisson
    (1857 - 1904 NSW Sydney)


    Emily Ann Nickisson (1857-1904)


    Emily Ann Nickisson (1857-1904)


    Emily Ann Nickisson (1857-1904)


    Emily Ann Nickisson (1857-1904)


    Emily Ann Nickisson (1857-1904)


    Emily Ann Nickisson (1857-1904)


    Stephen Nicholson (1859-)


    husband of Emily
    Stephen Nicholson (1859-)


    with Boag family
    Emily Ann Nickisson (1857-1904)


    Hillston c1890
    Hillston


    c1890
    Lilian Nicholson (1884-)



    Lilian Nicholson (1884-)



    ?Lilian Nicholson (1884-)



    Gerald Nicholson (1889-)


    1907


    Gerald Nicholson (1889-)


    1910


    Betty Nicholson (1914-)


    dau of Gerald


    Betty Nicholson (1914-)


    dau of Gerald


    Betty Nicholson (1914-)


    dau of Gerald


    Betty Nicholson (1914-)


    dau of Gerald







    Atwell William Nickisson
    (1859 Sydney - 1921 Newcastle)


    Atwell William Nickisson (1859-1921)

    Atwell William Nickisson (1859-1921)

    Atwell William Nickisson (1859-1921)

    Atwell William Nickisson (1859-1921)








    Mary Amelia Nickisson
    (1862 - 1951 Newcastle)







    Annie Fowler Nickisson
    (1863 - 1932 NSW Newcastle)


    Berkeley house, The Terrace, Newcastle ?c1920s


    Annie Fowler Berkeley's Will, 1925-30


    courtesy of Gladys, Rita, Joyce and Robert

    This is the last Will and Testament of me ANNIE FOWLER BERKELEY of Newcastle in the State of New South Wales Widow. I revoke all Wills and temporary dispositions at any time hereafore made by me. I appoint the Union Trustee Company of Australia Limited** William Sparke of Newcastle aforesaid Solicitor, Sydney Mosman Berkeley Wanseyof Newcastle aforesaid ( my adopted son ) and Lilian Emily Nicholson aforesaid Spinster daughter of Stephen Nicholson as administrators and administrix respectively as Trustees of this my Will. I give devise and bequeath to my said Trustees which expression whenever used in this my will shall mean the Trustees for the time being of this my Will All my real and personal property of whatever kind or wherever situated and including all estates vested in me and as Trustee or Mortgagee upon Trust as to my freehold property known as "Thelma" situated in the Terrace Newcastle and the home and grounds occupied and used by me in connection therewith , my household goods and effects , my jewellery, my articles of personal adornment, linen and pictures , other than the jewellery formally owned by my late Husband and the Pictures, Prints and Statuary hereafter specially dealt with, to and for the said Lilian Emily Nicholson absolutely, as to the jewellery formerly belonging to my late husband to and for the said Sydney Mosman Berkeley Wansey absolutely, as to my Pictures and Prints named or known as "Tweed Heads","The Nile","Milford Haven", "Levain Cathedral", "Australian Bush Fire", "Littleton Head ", Sir Robert in ……Gateway", "Nobbys" , Vesusius from the Victoria" , "Newcastle in the early Fifties", "Venice " , Two Harrison Fisher Heads", ""Morning near Kiama", Moonlight near Kiama", " ………..from Monastry Cloisters" , "……Mountains to land of ……." , "Way of Sorrows" , "Blaxland on the Blue Mountains" , "Australian Eleven", " The Angelus" , "Potato Planting" , " Five small Egyptian Scenes" , "Temple of Isis" , "Allenburys entry into Jerusalem" , " The road to Jerusalem", and my Statuary named or known as "Secret of Love", (with stand) , "Two Dancing Girls Faith and Beatrice", in my trust to and for the said Lilian Emily Nicholson as long as she resides in the said house known as "Thelma" and upon the death of the said Lilian Emily Nicholson or upon the said Lilian Emily Nicholson ceasing to reside permanently at "Thelma" , whichever shall first happen then UPON AND to and for the Public Art Gallery at Newcastle when established, but should there be no Public Art Gallery in Newcastle on the happening of such event, then I empower my said Trustees to hand over custody of the said Prints , Pictures and Statuary to the Principal of the Newcastle Technical College and Museum for exhibition there until the establishment of such Art Gallery And as to my interests in the Company known as the Newcastle Morning Herald and Miner's Advocate Limited UPON TRUST to pay the whole of the net income proceeds and profits therefrom as and when received to the said Sydney Mosman Berkeley Wansey and Lilian Emily Nicholson in equal shares as long as the said Lilian Emily Nicholson shall live and subject to the said payment of the said share in the income proceeds and profits to the whole of my interests in the said Company UPON TRUST to transfer to the said Sydney Mosman Berkeley Wansey on his attaining the age of twenty one years and upon the death of the said Sydney Mosman Berkeley Wansey before attaining the age of twenty one years as the whole of my interest in the said company subject to the said share of the said Lilian Emily Nicholson in the net income proceeds and profits thereon upon Trust to and for my brothers. Herbert Walter Nickisson and William Edward Nickisson and my sister Mary Amelia Phillips or such of them that shall be living in equal shares as tenants in common AND as to the rest and residual of my property both real and personal and hereafter referred to as my residuary Estate UPON TRUST to sell, call in and convert into money as much thereof as shall be of a convertible nature and to get in the other parts thereof as and when my Trustees in their discretion shall think fit and never the less I give to my trustees discretionary authority to postpone the sale waiting in a conversion of my said residuary Estate or any part or parts thereof for such period or periods as my said Trustees may deem expedient and during such sale , selling in and conversion to manage and order the affairs thereof as regards carrying on and generally to set in the premises as if the same were their absolute property
    AND I DIRECT my said Trustees to stand possessed of the net moneys to arise from the sale waiting ie said conversions of my said residuary estate on Trust to pay thereout all my Debts, Funeral and Supplementary expenses including all Probate , Estate and Stamp Duties and subject thereto Upon Trust therewith to pay the following Legacies, To Mary Phillips the Widow of James Phillips the sum of five thousand pounds, to each of the following namely Carrie McLeod Widow of Robert McLeod of Melbourne, Eva Kirkland the Widow of The Reverend John Kirkland , William Sparke of Newcastle Solicitor and Ida Wansey the Widow of Sydney Wansey of Newcastle the sum of one thousand pounds, to each of the following namelyRita Wilson daughter of the said Carrie McLeod, Janet McLeod daughter of the said Carrie McLeod, ……..Ives wife of J.Clarence Ives of Sydney, Annie Bingle the wife of The Reverent R.W.Bingle, Reverend Dean Crotty, Alice Fuller Widow of W.M.Fuller, my Niece May Brooks ,my Niece Vera………, my Niece Millie Cooper , my Niece Margorie Nickisson , my Niece Millie Nickisson , my Niece ……Nickisson , my Niece Ada Nickisson , my Niece Grace Nickisson , my Niece Nancy Nickisson , my Niece ….Nickisson , my Niece Joyce Nickisson , Nina………daughter of ………….., Florence Bate daughter of James Bate conditionally that she has not married during my lifetime but in the event of her marriage during my lifetime then to her mother the wife of James Bate Senior, Florence Pate the wife of John Pate, my God-child Joan Bingle, my God-child Alison Bingle, my God-child …… …….., my God-child Jocelyn ………, my God-child Annie Kirkland Bingle, my Cousin Laura ……… of London , Rose Nickisson wife of my deceased brother Atwell Nickisson , Elizabeth.Nickisson wife of my brother Herbert Nickisson , Bertha Nickisson wife of my brother William Nickisson , Rita ……. Daughter of Archibald ……………………………. of Newcastle the sum of five hundred pounds. To each of the following namely: ………………… Daughter of my brother Arthur Nickisson deceased, Laura Neal daughter of my said brother Arthur, the wife of Frederick Nickisson . , the younger son of my brother Frederick and to the wife of Aubery Nickisson son of my said brother Arthur providing the said Aubery Nickisson marries in my lifetime the sum of three hundred pounds. To the said Sydney Mosman Berkeley the sum of five thousand pounds to the said Lilian Emily Nicholson , the sum of five thousand pounds to the Church of England Girls Grammar School at Newcastle for the continuation of the Hudson Berkeley Scholarship , the sum of one thousand pounds to the Church of England Boy's Home at Morpeth , the sum of one thousand pounds to the ………… of the Newcastle Christ Church Cathedral for the Church Missions , the sum of one thousand pounds to the Newcastle Hospital for its general purposes, the sum of one thousand pounds to the Newcastle …….Mission , the sum of one thousand pounds to set a part a sum of the one thousand pounds to provide an Endowment Fund and to apply the set income or proceeds thereof in and towards a stipend for the Very Reverend the Dean of Newcastle for the time being so long as there shall be a Dean attached to the Newcastle Christ Church Cathedral but during such time as the Lord Bishop of Newcastle shall act as Dean or there shall be no Dean this is to be applied to the general purpose of the Church of England Boys Home at Morpeth, the Church of England Girls Grammar School at Newcastle and the Church of England Girls Home for the Dioceses of Newcastle and the Church of England Boys School for the Dioceses of Newcastle if established or such of them as shall be in existence in equal shares. But in the event of the Lord Bishop of Newcastle acting as Dean or there be no Dean for a continuing period of ten years then to divide such principal sum of ten thousand pounds and any accumulation of the income thereon between the said Church of England Boys Home at Morpeth the said Church of England Girls Grammar School at Newcastle and the said Church of England Girls Home for the Dioceses of Newcastle and the Church of England Boys School for the Dioceses of Newcastle if established or such of them as shall be in existence in equal shares and as to the rest and residue of my of my residuary estate to and for the said Sydney Mosman Berkeley Wansey and Lilian Emily Nicholson in equal shares as tenants or owners in common. I declare that the said Legacies shall take priority and be payable in full in the following order mainly, Firstly the sum of five thousand pounds to the said Sydney Mosman Berkeley Wansey ,secondly the sum of five thousand pounds to the said Lilian Emily Nicholson , thirdly the sum of one thousand pounds to an Endowment Fund to provide a Stipend for the Very Reverent the Dean of Newcastle and lastly the remainder of the said legacies.
    I FURTHER DECLARE that the share of Interest taken under my Will by the said Sydney Mosman Berkeley Wansey shall be invested by my said Trustee until the said Sydney Mosman Berkeley Wansey shall attain the age of twenty five years with power to my said Trustee to invest any part of the said moneys in the purchase of shares in the Company known as the Newcastle Morning Herald and Miners Advocate Limited , a power to raise money on the security of the interest of the said Sydney Mosman Berkeley Wansey under this my will for such purpose and I direct my said Trustees in the meantime in their absolute discretion to make such advancements to or for the support, education or advancement in life or otherwise for the benefit of the said Sydney Mosman Berkeley Wansey without being responsible for or concerned to see the due application thereof.
    FURTHER THEN I DIRECT in the event of any of the said legatees under this my Will predeceasing me and leaving issue who shall survive me , such issue shall take and if more than one equal in shares as owners in common the share or interest their, his or her parent would have taken if living at my decease And I empower my said Trustees at their absolute discretion to apply the whole or any part or parts of interest or contingent interest of any infant taking under this my Will in or towards the support , education or advancement or otherwise for the benefit of such infant or to pay the same to the parent or guardian of any such infant or otherwise .. my said trustees deem proper without being responsible for or concerned to see to the due application thereof.
    I DIRECT that my Solicitor WILLIAM SPARKE of NEWCASTLE shall continue to act as such in all matters relating to my property and affairs and shall be the Solicitor to my Trust Property and shall be entitled to make all proper and lawful charges for all legal work done by him or by any firm in which he may be interested. In addition to commission for administering my Estate affairs and Lastly I DIRECT that no publicity be given to the text of this my Will other than three relating to Public or Charitable bequests. In Witness thereof I have hereon set my hand the tenth day of December in the year one thousand nine hundred and twenty five. Annie F.Berkerley
    Signed by the said Annie Fowler Berkerley on and for her last Will and Testament in the presence of we present at the same time and we at her request in her presence and in the presence of each other we have hereunto subscribed our names as attesting witnesses.
    F.J. Cleaves Managing Clerk, Sparke and Helmore, Newcastle
    D.Sharp Articled Clerk, Newcastle

    This Is A CODICIL to the last WILL and Testament of me ANNIE FOWLER BERKELEY of Newcastle in the State of New South Wales Widow which said will is dated the tenth day of December in the year one thousand nine hundred and twenty five in ADDITION to the provision made by my said will for my adopted son SYDNEY MOSMAN BERKELY WANSEY I GIVE AND BEQUETH to my said Trustees such sums as they in their discretion shall consider sufficient but not exceeding in all the sum of Five hundred pounds per annum for a period of five years from this date to provide college fees for the said Sydney Mosman Berkeley Wansey for a period of four years and experience in the work and production of a newspaper or newspapers in Great Britain for a further period of one year. In all other respects I confirm my said Will IN WITNESS THEREOF I have hereto set my hand this third day of February in the year one thousand nine hundred and thirtyAnnie F Berkeley
    Signed by the said Annie Fowler Berkeley on and for a codicil to her last Will and Testament in the presence of we present at the same time and at her request in her presence and in the presence of each other have hereto subscribed our names as attesting witnesses
    Lilian E.Nicholson "Thelma" Newcastle
    Henry N Andeppon The Church House, Rue du Canada Canada, A.N., Clerk in Holy Orders and Chaplain ……..Priest Of Holy trinity Church Ca………, Can……..

    THIS IS A SECOND CODICIL TO THE LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT OF ANNIE FOWLER BERKELEY of Newcastle in the State of New South Wales Widow which said will is dated the tenth day of November in the year one thousand nine hundred and twenty five HEREAT by my said will. I bequeathed to the Very Reverend Tom Cretty the sum of five hundred pounds sterling. Now I revoke the said bequest to the Very Reverend Dean Cretty and in lieu thereof bequest to The Right Reverend Horace Gretty B.D. Bishop of Bathurst (formerly Dean of Newcastle) the sum of one thousand pounds sterling in all other respects I confirm my said Will. In Witness THEREOF I have hereto set my hand the twenty third day of July in the year one thousand nine hundred and thirty Annie F.Fowler
    Signed by Annie Fowler Berkeley on and for a second Codicil to her last Will and Testament in the presence of us present at the same time and we at her request in her presence and in the presence of each other have hereto subscribed our name as attesting witnesses.
    J. Bates, 12 Collins Street, Melbourne, Australia, Technician
    A.N. Theatten, 12 Collins Street Melbourne, Australia, Medical Practitioner
    Note "Theatten" indistinct








    Arthur Felix Nickisson
    (1866 - 1910 Newcastle)


    Arthur Nickisson (1866-1910)

    Arthur Nickisson (1866-1910)

    Arthur Nickisson (1866-1910)

    Arthur Nickisson (1866-1910)

    Roy, Ruby, Doris, Laura Nickisson

    Arthur Roy Nickisson (1891-1928)

    Roy Nickisson WW1 enlistment details



    courtesy of Robert
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    It is believed Roy was a diabetic.
  • Ruby Nickisson (1893-1968)

    Doris Nickisson (1895-1919)

    Doris Nickisson (1895-1919)

    Laura Nickisson (1897-1952)

    Laura Nickisson (1897-1952)








    William Edward Nickisson
    (1868 - 1952 Newcastle NSW)


    William E Nickisson (1868-1952)

    William E Nickisson (1868-1952)

    William E Nickisson (1868-1952)

    William E Nickisson (1868-1952)

    William E Nickisson (1868-1952)

    William E Nickisson (1868-1952)

    Bertha Stark

    Bertha Stark

    Ohnie Amelia (Millie) Nickisson (1891-1974)

    Ohnie Amelia (Millie) Nickisson (1891-1974)

    Ohnie Amelia (Millie) Nickisson (1891-1974)

    Ohnie Amelia (Millie) Nickisson (1891-1974)

    William Cooper

    William Cooper

    William Cooper

    William Cooper

    Norman Keith Nickisson (1897-1959)

    Alice M Burke

    William Stafford Nickisson (1899-1984)

    William Stafford Nickisson (1899-1984)

    William Nickisson WW1 enlistment details



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  • Private Nickisson William Stafford. 55th Batt. Cert. of Discharge 59796 states. He served one year and 199 days His Service abroad was one year and 111 days Discharged Sydney/12/1919

    He was fortunate as the 55th Batt. missed the actual War arriving in England just a few months before the Armistice, but served in France supervising the German POW’s exhumation and reburial of Allied war dead.

    courtesy of Robert
    William Stafford Nickisson (1899-1984)
    1919 Villers Bretonneux



    courtesy of Robert
    9th Div Aid Post
    1919 Villers Bretonneux



    courtesy of Robert
    Delville Woods
    1919 Villers Bretonneux



    courtesy of Robert
    William Stafford Nickisson (1899-1984)

    William Stafford Nickisson (1899-1984)

    William Stafford Nickisson (1899-1984)

    Nora Helen Johnson Whitson (1902-1985)

    Nora Helen Johnson Whitson (1902-1985)

    Nora Helen Johnson Whitson (1902-1985)

    Allan Clifford Nickisson (1903-1943)

    Allan Clifford Nickisson (1903-1943)

    Esme Irene Meadows

    Esme Irene Meadows

    Raymond Garland Nickisson (1905-1959)

    Raymond Garland Nickisson (1905-1959)

    Raymond Garland Nickisson (1905-1959)

    Evelyn Mary Pascoe

    Marjorie Laurel Nickisson (1911 – 1998)

    Marjorie Laurel Nickisson (1911 – 1998)

    Marjorie Laurel Nickisson (1911 – 1998)

    Robert Alfred Shearer








    Frederick Charles Nickisson
    (1871 Newcastle - 1928 Glebe)


    Frederick Charles Nickisson (1871-1928)

    Frederick Charles Nickisson (1871-1928)

    Frederick Charles Nickisson (1871-1928)

    Frederick Charles Nickisson (1891-1950)
    WW1 enlistment details



    courtesy of Robert
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  • Aubrey George Garland Nickisson (1892-1951)
    WW1 enlistment details



    Returned Aust` “Port Napier” 12 May 1919

    courtesy of Robert
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  • Reginald Arthur Nickisson (1894-1916)
    WW1 enlistment details



    courtesy of Robert
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  • Reginald Arthur Nickisson (1894-1916)
    Roll of Honour

    Service number: 519A
    Rank: Private - Unit: 20th Battalion (Infantry)
    Service: Australian Army - Conflict: 1914-1918
    Date of death: 15 November 1916
    Cemetery or memorial details: Villers-Bretonneux Memorial, France

    Source: AWM145 Roll of Honour cards, 1914-1918 War, Army

    http://www.awm.gov.au/





    Herbert Walter Nickisson
    (1873 - 1949 Newcastle NSW)


    Herbert W Nickisson(1873-1949)

    Herbert W Nickisson (1873-1949)

    ?Elizabeth Anderson (1880-)

    Herbert Garland Nickisson (1902-1965)

    Herbert Garland Nickisson (1902-1965)

    Herbert Garland Nickisson (1902-1965)

    Herbert Garland Nickisson (1902-1965)

    Herbert Garland Nickisson (1902-1965)

    Mercia Frances Edwards (1904-1979)

    Mercia Frances Edwards (1904-1979)

    Mercia Frances Edwards (1904-1979)

    Nancy Lilian Nickisson (1906-)

    Nancy Lilian Nickisson (1906-)

    Nancy Lilian Nickisson (1906-)

    Nancy Lilian Nickisson (1906-)

    George Morgan

    Gweneth Irene Nickisson (1909-)

    Gweneth Irene Nickisson (1909-)

    Gweneth Irene Nickisson (1909-)

    Gweneth Irene Nickisson (1909-)

    Gweneth Irene Nickisson (1909-)

    Gweneth Irene Nickisson (1909-)

    Gweneth Irene Nickisson (1909-)



    courtesy of Rod
    Joyce Helen Nickisson (1918-)

    Joyce Helen Nickisson (1918-)



    courtesy of Rod
    Joyce Helen Nickisson (1918-)

    Donald Victor Perrett



    courtesy of Rod





    Fanny Augusta Nickisson
    (1875 - 1886 Newcastle)


    Fanny Augusta Nickisson (1875-1886)

    Fanny Augusta Nickisson (1875-1886)

    Fanny Augusta Nickisson (1875-1886)

    Fanny Augusta Nickisson (1875-1886)

    Fanny Augusta Nickisson (1875-1886)

    Fanny Augusta Nickisson (1875-1886)

    Fanny Augusta Nickisson (1875-1886)

    Death
    27 Feb 1886, Newcastle
    from tetanus