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1. Alexander OGILVY .

Noted events in his life were:

• Occupation: Skinner, Edinburgh Parish, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.

Alexander married (name unknown).

The child from this marriage was:

+ 2 M    i. David OGILVY died on 11 Nov 1829 in Edinburgh Parish, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.

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2. David OGILVY (Alexander1) died on 11 Nov 1829 in Edinburgh Parish, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.

General Notes: David Ogilvy (d. 1829), painter and paper­hanger, and his wife Catherine Spence. David Ogilvy, although an artisan, was relatively wealthy. Perhaps he prospered because of the building of the New Town in Edinburgh in the late eighteenth century and early nineteenth century (Youngson, 1966). Morgan and Trainor (1991: 107-8)

David Ogilvy appears to have used his wealth to provide professional careers for his sons. Six children (five sons and a daughter) are mentioned in his will (probably in order of dates of birth): Alexander, David, John Spence, William Spence, Catherine and Thomas Davidson. Nothing is known of the careers of Catherine and Thomas Davidson.

You will note the "David Ogilvy" in the Name list below and from this the interpretation is;
David Ogilvy: of - "Ogilvy, David, painter, B., in r. of (fr.) Alexr. O., skinner, B. 23 Feb 1797"

"B" means burgess. At this time if you lived in a Burgh lik Edinburgh,
you had to be a burgess to trade - either as a tradesman or a merchant. You could also be a member of a Guild, hence the "G" in some entries. You had to be granted the "right" to be a Burgess. One way was to be the Son of a Burgess. Hence the "r. of (fr.) Alexr O." means that David was granted the right by being the son of Alexander Ogilvy who was a burgess. Other ways were - to make a payment, serve an apprenticeship, marry the daughter of a burgess (hence the "in r. of w." term), or be awarded the right as an honour. The "mt" in some entries means merchant. The date of 1797 will be the year he was given his Burgess ticket



COPY OF THE DOCUMENT FROM;
Midlothian: Edinburgh Roll of Burgesses and Guild Brethren 1761-1841 (Abercrombie-Huie)

Ogilvie, Archd., mt., B. 25 Jul 1827
Ogilvie, David, chimney sweeper, B. and G. 01 Oct 1787
Ogilvie, James, shawl manufr., B., in r. of w. Marianne, dr. of Campbell Haliburton, corn mt. 20 Apr 1824
Ogilvie, James, junr., mt., B. 25 Jul 1827
Ogilvie, James, mt., B. of before, G. 17 Jan 1838
Ogilvie, Robert, mt. in Leith, B. and G. 26 Jul 1792
Ogilvie, Thomas, cloth mt., Candlemaker Row, B. 03 Dec 1825
Ogilvy, David, shipmaster, B. and G., in r. of fr. James O., shipmaster in Leith, B. and G. 05 Nov 1777

Ogilvy, David, painter, B., in r. of (fr.) Alexr. O., skinner, B. 23 Feb 1797

Reid (see also Ried), Alexr., hosier in Leith, B. and G., in r. of w. Janet, dr. of James Ogilvy, shipmaster in Leith, B. and G. 02 Nov 1786
Strong, James, mt. in Leith, B. and G., in r. of w. Isobel, dr. of David Ogilvy, mt., B. and G. 04 Dec 1804

Noted events in his life were:

• Employment: Painter & Paper Hanger, Edinburgh Parish, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.

David married Catharina SPENCE , daughter of John SPENCE and Unknown , on 2 Jul 1801 in Edinburgh Parish, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland. Catharina SPENCE died in 1837.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 3 M    i. Alexander OGILVY was born on 17 Nov 1802 in Edinburgh Parish, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland and died on 24 Jan 1889 in Inverforth, Trinity, Scotland, at age 86.

+ 4 M    ii. David OGILVY was born on 26 Jun 1804 in Edinburgh Parish, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland, died in London, England, and was buried on 17 Jul 1871 in Warriston Cemetery, Edinburgh, Scotland.

+ 5 M    iii. John Spence OGILVY was born on 18 Sep 1805 in Edinburgh Parish, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland, died on 12 Dec 1871 in Footscray, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, at age 66, and was buried in Melbourne General Cemetery, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.

+ 6 M    iv. William Spence OGILVY was born on 28 Dec 1806 in Edinburgh Parish, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland, died in Oct 1868 in Abney Park Cemetery, Hackney, London, England, at age 61, and was buried on 24 Oct 1868 in Abney Park Cemetery, Hackney, London, England.

+ 7 F    v. Catharine OGILVY was born on 16 Dec 1808 in Edinburgh Parish, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.

+ 8 F    vi. Catharine OGILVY was born on 7 Mar 1811 in Edinburgh Parish, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland and died in 1858 in Hawkesbury District, Victoria, Australai, at age 47.

+ 9 M    vii. Thomas Davidson OGILVY was born on 1 Oct 1813 in Edinburgh Parish, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.

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3. Alexander OGILVY (David2, Alexander1) was born on 17 Nov 1802 in Edinburgh Parish, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland and died on 24 Jan 1889 in Inverforth, Trinity, Scotland, at age 86.

General Notes: ______________________________________________________________
Acknowledgement to Doreen Woodman [nee Williamson] and Barbara Rielly [nee Williamson] relating to the information given in these notes!______________________________________________________________
Alexander worked as "Warehouse Keeper" for the Stamp Office (later the Inland Revenue) in Edinburgh and from the early 1840s first lived at "Viewbank" in the suburb of Trinity near Leith (the port of Edinburgh). In the 1841 cencus the Ogilvy's and two of the youngest children lived in "Inverforth" Laverock Road, Trinity North Leith. Alexander Ogilvy's were living in "Inverforth" from 1850's until 1930 when their last unmarried, Georgina Willamson Ogilvy, died. Inverforth still remains in Edinburgh today.
The house at 'Inverforth" remained in the ogilvy name for 80 years

Noted events in his life were:

• Occupation: Warehouse Keeper of the Stamps for Scotland Inland Revenue, Scotland.

Alexander married Isabella WILLIAMSON , daughter of James WILLIAMSON and Isabella BATHGATE , on 11 Jun 1834 in Saint Cuthberts, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland. Isabella was born on 15 Jul 1806 in Edinburgh Parish, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland and died on 5 Jan 1890 in Inverforth, Trinity, Scotland, at age 83.

General Notes: ______________________________________________________________
Acknowledgement to Doreen Woodman [nee Williamson] and Barbara Rielly [nee Williamson] relating to the information given in these notes!______________________________________________________________
Isabella Born 1806 = Died January 1890.

She was the eldest of the family, born on the15th of July, 1806. Isabella married Alexander Ogilvy circa 1835. Alexander was born ©1802 - died 1889, his occupation being Warehouse Keeper of the Stamps for Scotland Inland Revenue. The records may be incomplete but they show Alexander and Isabella had four children:­
Davidborn 1837
Isabellaborn 1839
Catherine Spenceborn 1843 - died 1919.
Georgina Williamsonborn 1844 - died 1930.

Alexander and Isabella Qgilvy first lived in Viewbank', Trinity, Scotland, staying there after the other family members left for Australia, according to the 1841 census. In the 1881 census the Ogilvys and the two youngest recorded children were living in 'Inverforth', Laverock Bank Road, Trinity, North Leith. Of these two children it is known that Catherine became a governess and Georgina a pupil teacher. Catherine was also named Proprietrix of 'Inverforth' possibly the house was passed onto Georgina, both sisters remaining unmarred. These two and their parents all died at 'Inverforth', Trinity, Alexander Ogilvy on the 24 Jan. 1889, Isabella in January 1890, Catherine died 3rd Feb. 1919 and Georgina aged 87 died 17th Dec. 1930. By this time the house had been in the Ogilvy name for 80 years and still stands as 'Inverforth' today.


Children from this marriage were:

+ 10 M    i. David OGILVY was born in 1837 in Saint Cuthberts, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.

+ 11 F    ii. Isabella Williamson OGILVY was born in 1839 in Edinburgh Parish, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland and died in Jan 1890, at age 51.

+ 12 F    iii. Catherine Spence OGILVY was born in 1843 in Edinburgh Parish, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland and died on 3 Feb 1919 in Inverforth, Trinity, Scotland, at age 76.

She never married.

+ 13 F    iv. Georgina Williamson OGILVY was born on 6 Aug 1843 in North Leith, Midlothian, Scotland and died on 17 Dec 1930 in Inverforth, Trinity, Scotland, at age 87.

She never married.
 
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4. David OGILVY (David2, Alexander1) was born on 26 Jun 1804 in Edinburgh Parish, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland, died in London, England, and was buried on 17 Jul 1871 in Warriston Cemetery, Edinburgh, Scotland.

General Notes: EMIGRATED from the Port of Glasgow on the 8th July 1839 on the "Ship Superb" arriving in Australia at Port Adelaide in November 1839 and thence to Port Philip at Melbourne. His brother William Spence Ogilvy also traveled out with him.

I [Colin Darby] have taken some of the below details on David [of 1804] from a document written by Beatrice Ogilvy .[Beatrice is a Granddaughter of David Ogilvy born 1804]

David was connected with the Scottish House "Airlie" and always called his house "Airlie" . His Signet ring bore the Ogilvy crest - a portcullis.

He continued the Ogilvy tradition of naming the eldest son - "David".

David Ogilvy was born in Edinburgh 14th January 1804, studied Law and become in 1832 a Writer to the Signet. He was the youngest Writer to Signet in Edinburgh and his offices were in Castle Street North, looking straight up to Edinburgh Castle. Sir Walter Scott was a friend of David and Sir Walter walked down each morning carrying his little Jeanie in his plaid to say "good Morning" to David.

David Ogilvy came to Australia in 1839 and settled in Prahran. His offices were in Queen Street Melbourne. Solicitor for NSW 1st April, 1840. His name appears in the Law list of 1847 as a Solicitor. He became the first president of the Law Society . On the 9th September 1841 he married Elizabeth Aitchison Williamson at Scots Church, Heidelberg and went to live in Punt Road, South Yarra on the site now known as Witchwood Close. He called his house "Airlie Bank". A copy of this photograph is now in the Royal Historical Society of Victoria and it was the second house built in South Yarra [Colonel Anderson's being the first] and David gave the name to "Airlie Street" . He owned the land, ten acres , which extended from Domain Road down to the Yarra River and planted it with grape vines - bringing out a Frenchman to make wines. A quote from "Early Prahran Settlers". Quote; "Ogilvy not only grew grapes and made wine but sold rooted vines and cuttings of choice sorts through the auctioneers W. M. Tennent & Co., who claimed that Ogilvy's "red hermitage was celebrated".

He later built "Airlie" on the corner of Domain Road and Punt Road. It is now a Police Academy. In 1850 the land on which Airlie is built was by law in the Parish of South Melbourne . On the 21st May 1846 , under an old system of titles known as 'General Law System', a Crown grant for Crown Portion of 8 Parish of South Melbourne County of Bourke in the Port Philip District. was issued to David Ogilvy. The grant covered about ten acres from Clowes Street to Domain Road, having frontage of 5 chains to both streets and twenty chains frontage to Punt. Road The grant was signed by Sir George Gipps, Governor in Chief of Territory of New South Wales, at Government House , Sydney on the 21st May 1846.

About 1858 the land was deemed to be in Prahran and finally about 1870 it was declared to be in South Yarra.

Upon his death, the land passed to his widow, Elizabeth Ogilvy. In 1886 she applied for and was granted a modern Certificate of Title for the whole of Crown Portion Eight with the exception of a block 143ft X 200ft at the corner of Punt Road and Domain Road. She directed that the certificate issue in the same name of David Whitely to whom she sold the land in 1885 for ( pounds)15.000. In 1888 she sold the residue ( the piece 143ft x 200ft to Thomas Hall for (pounds)10.000.

He was an elder of Scots Church and now I quote again from an extract from "The History of the Presbyterian Church of Victoria by the Rev. Robert Sutherland 1877."; "Mr David Ogilvy was an Elder of the Scots Church and a gentleman of high integrity. He represented the Presbyterian Church on the Education Board of the Colony and at a time when his hours were very valuable, he gave his services for the public good, he was also Treasurer for the Presbyterian Church of Victoria and when he left Melbourne on a visit to his land of his fathers, a public dinner was given to him by the leading gentlemen of Melbourne."

He took a pioneers interest in development of Prahran and was one of the first members of the Deaf and Dumb Institution. He was instrumental with the late George Coppin in starting the Old Colonists Homes.

At the end of each year he made a donation of a tenth of his income to charities; this was in addition to donations he made during the year.

David and Elizabeth had seven children, five sons and two daughters and they attended Cairns Memorial Church in East Melbourne founded by the Rev. Adam Cairns who arrived in 1853 to estabilsh the Free Presbyterian Church who became known as Me;bourne's outstanding preacher. David was a personal friend of Dr. Cairns.

In the The Presbyterian Church is a plaque which reads - "To the memories of David Ogilvy, Esquire, an old colonist, eminent for his natural gifts and spiritual graces; revered by all relations of life, a husband and father, wise, tender and affectionate, as a Lawyer, as a citizen, foremost in every good work, as an elder of this congregation and of the Presbyterian Church of Victoria, distinguished by scrupulous attention to every duty, by prayerfulness and self=denial, by humility and meekness, by a ready an d generous liberality, by zeal for the glory of god, by compassion for the souls of men. To him, to live was Christ, to die was again".


It was a custom that David never used his carriage and coachman on a Sunday saying it was a day of rest. So he and Elizabeth and their brood walked down Punt Hill to the Yarra to take a punt across.

If going to church. The punt man was not permitted to charge passengers, but he insisted on paying - not so with a Mr. Miller (latter became known as "Money Miller") who used to say "going to church" and avoid paying.

Years ago David owned goods sheds along the Yarra. These were rented by Craig Williamsons a large emporium in Elizabeth Street Melbourne. One year when the Yarra rose these sheds were flooded and Craig said it was an "Act of God" and so they should not have to pay rent. with which David agreed.

David retired from his profession and went on a visit to Scotland. He returned to the Colony in 1864 and left again in 1870 in the steamship Queen of the Thames. On the passage she was wrecked at "Cape Agulhas" at The Cape of Good Hope. He remained at the Cape for a month "suffering great hardship" when he succeeded in booking his passage to London. He died at the age of 67 on the 17th July 1871 and was buried Warriston Cemetery in Edinburgh Scotland.

A Quote from Reverent Robert Sutherland 1877;- "The news of his death was received with deep regret at Melbourne and a minute bearing testimony to his great worth and valuable services was inserted in the records of the General Assembly."

Reference from the history “Ogilvy is the family name of the Dukes of Airlie, Scotland”.

Written up by Colin Darby [his Great Great Grand Son]

Noted events in his life were:

• Occupation: Solicitor, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.

• Arrival in Australia: on the Ship "Superb", Nov 1839.
 
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David married Elizabeth Aitchison WILLIAMSON , daughter of James WILLIAMSON and Isabella BATHGATE , on 9 Sep 1841 in Viewbank, Heidelberg, Victoria, Australia. Elizabeth was born on 23 May 1815 in Edinburgh Parish, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland, died on 26 Nov 1896 in Sth.Yarra, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, at age 81,and was buried on 28 Nov 1896 in St.Kilda Cemetery, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.

Marriage Notes: HUSB: Brother was the Earl of Airlie
HUSB: Profession/Trade; Solicitor & Writer

General Notes: ______________________________________________________________
Acknowledgement to Doreen Woodman [nee Williamson] and Barbara Rielly [nee Williamson] relating to the information given in these notes!______________________________________________________________
Elizabeth Aitchison - Born 1815 - Died 1896

Elizabeth Aitchinson Williamson was born on the 23rd May 1815, she was another who sailed to Australia. The story of Elizabeth and her husband David Ogilvy's life in early Melbourne follows.
Elizabeth Aitchison, as noted earlier, was born in 1815, seventh child of Isabella Bathgate and Scottish James Williamson and came to Australia in 1839 on the Superb'. Also on board were relatives of Alexander Ogilvy, David and William. David Ogilvy was born © 1805, he was a Writer to the Signet, the
Scottish term for solicitor, with his career established in the new colony, it would have been no surprise
when he married Elizabeth in 1841, at 'Viewbank' Heidelberg.

The Extract from Sydney Morning Herald. Sept. 28th 1841

Married
At Viewbank Heidelberg, near
Melbourne
The 9th instant by the Rev.
James Forbes
David Ogilvy, Esq. Writer to
the Signet
Solicitor before the Supreme
Courts of New South Wales, to
Elizabeth Aitchison
Daughter of the Late James
Williamson Esq.
Viewbank, Melbourne

On the marriage registration it states the mother of the bride Mrs. Williamson and John Dunbar Esq. were the witnesses.

Elizabeth and David Ogilvy's seven children were
Davidborn -1842 - died 1933
James Williamsonborn - 1844
Alexander Johnborn -1846- died 1902
John Williamborn -1848 - died 1932
Isabella Bathgateborn -1853
Williamborn -1854
Elizabeth Catherineborn -1860

Elizabeth's life would have been a full and busy one with the children to care for and with her husband's career and involvement in the community of the colony. Melbourne was fast becoming established, as were the pioneer settlers, in the 1840's and 50's.

Elizabeth Aitchison (Williamson) Ogilvy died on the 26th November 1896. A funeral notice, in the Argus of Nov. 27 reports;


“Ogilvy - The Funeral of the late Mrs. OGILVY, will leave her residence, Seamore, Blessington St'., St. Kilda. Tomorrow (Saturday, Nov. 28th) for the St. Kilda Cemetery"


Children from this marriage were:

+ 14 M    i. David OGILVY was born on 6 Sep 1842 in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia and died on 7 Aug 1933 in Ararat, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, at age 90.

+ 15 M    ii. James Williamson OGILVY was born on 21 Jan 1844 in St.Kilda, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia and died in Jun 1935 in Glen Iris, Victoria, Australia, at age 91.

+ 16 M    iii. Alexander John OGILVY was born on 12 Feb 1846 in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia and died on 18 Oct 1902, at age 56.

+ 17 M    iv. John William OGILVY was born on 16 Jul 1848 in Airlie Bank, Sth Yarra, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia and died in 1932 in Clifton Hill, Victoria, Australia, at age 84.

+ 18 F    v. Isabella OGILVY was born on 21 Jan 1853.

+ 19 M    vi. William OGILVY was born on 8 Dec 1854 in Sth.Yarra, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.

+ 20 F    vii. Elizabeth Catherine OGILVY was born on 5 Mar 1860 in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia and died in 1898 in Armadale, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, at age 38.

 
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5. John Spence OGILVY (David2, Alexander1) was born on 18 Sep 1805 in Edinburgh Parish, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland, died on 12 Dec 1871 in Footscray, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, at age 66, and was buried in Melbourne General Cemetery, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.

General Notes:
The life and career of John Spence Ogilvy (1805-71), the first Chartered Accountant to emigrate to Australia

John Spence Ogilvy, foundation member of the Society of Accountants in Edinburgh in 1854, who emigrated to Melbourne in 1856 and was involvemed with accounting in Melbourne Australia.

John Spence Ogilvy was born in the Old Town of Edinburgh on 18 September 1805 at Burnet's Close House, Lawnmarket, the son of David Ogilvy (d. 1829), painter and paper­hanger, and his wife Catherine Spence. David Ogilvy, although an artisan, was relatively wealthy. Perhaps he prospered because of the building of the New Town in Edinburgh in the late eighteenth century and early nineteenth century (Youngson, 1966). Morgan and Trainor (1991: 107-8)

David Ogilvy appears to have used his wealth to provide professional careers for his sons. Six children (five sons and a daughter) are mentioned in his will (probably in order of dates of birth): Alexander, David, John Spence, William Spence, Catherine and Thomas Davidson. Nothing is known of the careers of Catherine and Thomas Davidson.

The careers of Alexander, David, JSO and William Spence can be discovered from Edinburgh directories, university records and legal records. Alexander worked for the Stamp Office (later the Inland Revenue) in Edinburgh and from the early 1840s lived in the suburb of Trinity near Leith (the port of Edinburgh). William Spence took over his father's business of painting and paper hanging.

John Spence Ogilvy matriculated as a student of law (i.e. attended law classes) at the University of Edinburgh in 1829 and by 1836 was practising as an accountant in Edinburgh. William Spence, David, JSO and Catherine lived with their widowed mother until she died c. 1837.

When William Spence and David emigrated to Melbourne on the Superb in 1839, a peak year of Scottish emigration to Australia JSO remained in Edinburgh and at the date of the 1841 census was living with his sister Catherine. JSO married Catherine Blatherwick, the widowed daughter of Thomas Parker, a farmer from Kent in south-east England, at St John's Church, Waterloo, in London in June 1841.

His marriage in London, however, provides a hint that he may have had work there, perhaps arising from a Court appointment.

John Spence Ogilvy and his wife (who had no children) were living at 42 Albany Street on the eastern fringe of the New Town of Edinburgh.

John Spence Ogilvy and his wife sailed as first-class passengers from London for Port Phillip (Melbourne) on the sailing ship "Orwell" on 19 July 1856, arriving on 15 November 1856. JSO's occupation is listed as merchant in the shipping records and his age is overstated.

He was a Commissioner of the Savings Banks in Victoria (1868) and Treasurer, with William Henry Tuckett, of the Old Colonists Association and. He was auditor of Scotch College in 1871. Both David and JSO died unexpectedly within a few months of each other in 1871. David died in London on 17 July while on a visit to Britain. JSO died on 12 December in Footscray Victoria Australia.

The crudest proxy for critical mass is the population of the city. Edinburgh in 1851 had a population of 160,000; Melbourne only 23,000. By 1861 the former's population had grown only to 168,000, whereas the latter's had, largely because of the Gold Rush, more than quintupled to 126,000. By 1871, the date of JSO's death, their populations were almost equal, with Edinburgh at 197,000 and Melbourne at 191,000. By 1881, Melbourne was the larger city

Noted events in his life were:

• Occupation: Accountant, 1856, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.

John married Catherine BLATHERWICK , daughter of Thomas PARKER and Unknown , in Jun 1841 in St.John's Church, Waterloo, London. Catherine was born in 1811, died on 22 Jun 1884 in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, at age 73,and was buried in Melbourne General Cemetery, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Another name for Catherine was Catherine PARKER.

6. William Spence OGILVY (David2, Alexander1) was born on 28 Dec 1806 in Edinburgh Parish, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland, died in Oct 1868 in Abney Park Cemetery, Hackney, London, England, at age 61, and was buried on 24 Oct 1868 in Abney Park Cemetery, Hackney, London, England.

General Notes:
William Spence took over his father's business of painting and paper hanging. The brothers, William Spence Ogilvy and David Ogilvy emigrated to Melbourne on the Superb in 1839, a peak year of Scottish emigration to Australia.

The Ogilvy Children, William Spence, David, John Spence, and Catherine lived with their widowed mother until she died in 1837.

It appears William Spence Ogilvy after a few years in Australia returned to the British Isles and later on died and somehow was burried at Abney Park Cemetery Hackney London England on 24th October 1868.
Refence = At age of 61 years = Burial No.042275 = Section B07 = Index 2S02
Look at Web Site at hhtp://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~abneypark/abneyy.html

Noted events in his life were:

• Arrival in Australia: on the Ship "Superb", Nov 1839, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.

• Occupation: Painter and Paper Hanger, Edinburgh Parish, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.

7. Catharine OGILVY (David2, Alexander1) was born on 16 Dec 1808 in Edinburgh Parish, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.

8. Catharine OGILVY (David2, Alexander1) was born on 7 Mar 1811 in Edinburgh Parish, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland and died in 1858 in Hawkesbury District, Victoria, Australai, at age 47.

Catharine married John Wood BEILBY , son of William BEILBY Md and Maria Catharine MOLLER , on 16 Jul 1850 in Airlie Bank, Sth Yarra, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. John was born on 25 May 1818 in Edinburgh Parish, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.

General Notes: Contact found 5th Feb 2003 at = mark@m-and-b.net = Web Site http://www.m-and-b.net/Genealogy/web/beilby/index.htm#TOC
Listing from the Evening Herald Saturday August 8 1891

Reminiscence of a Pioneer

By J Wood-Beilby.

This 28th day of July, in 1841, I arrived in Melbourne per ship William Abrams, Hamlin commander, from Greenock, after a voyage of about 122 days, the last week of which was spent beating around King's Island, having had from stress of weather to run out sea-wards after sighting Cape Otway. Ships Then were constructed with their bows as rounded as a, footbath, and it was not until some years later, when clipper wool ships were essential to secure the earliest and best attended wool sales in London for their cargoes that ship of the Lightning's style of build predominated She was beautifully modeled, her bows and cutwater beveled like the shear of the then remodeled plough, to cleave and slide through with the minimum of friction. The William Abrams had a few paying passengers only, of whoa one of my cabin mates, Mr. R. Barclay Stevenson, is, in, with me, so far as I know, the only survivor now. The ship was chiefly filled with bounty immigrants of whom some thirty were single women under charge of a matron and the residue married couples and. single men, the latter mostly under 30 years of age. I had charge of four couples engaged in Scotland by Captain Patrick Wood, of Dennistown, Tasmania, father of J. D. Wood, barrister-at--law, now of Melbourne but what became of them after arrival I know not. Several of the single women were married on board, the captain performing the ceremony, and. of the rest, few escaped matrimony early, for they were eagerly snapped up chiefly by the rich publicans of early Melbourne. Many of the immigrants were under engagement to Hunter and Watson, the managers of the Marquis of Ailea's station, at Mount Battery, Delatite, or, as then termed., Devil's River. We lost a young sail maker by the slings of a boat he was working in, hanging from the davits, giving way, while the ship was ploughing her way through the Rip at the Heads. Strange, he had often on the voyage expressed a presentiment he would never land here, and on that last day I had tried to reason him out of his seemingly notion, for here we were within a few hours' sail of Melbourne, with smiling shores in view on each side of us. Poor fellow! How piteously gazed on us during the few moments he floated with his straw hat on. Then he disappeared, the hat floated off, and a red tinge in the water showed he was taken down by a shark.

We anchored in the Bay, opposite a short wooden pier of very primitive construction, and, on reaching this for a preliminary stroll up to Melbourne, before finally quitting the ship, we found a solitary house at the pier end, on a white bank or hammock of loose sand. That solitary house, a neat verandah cottage, Was Lliardet's Hotel Aucleus… of Sandridge the Port of Melbourne. There were some few, perhaps half a dozen, ships in roadstead. A few of the passengers walked up there with me to Melbourne. The path through a heavy loose sand., was for a long way bounded on the right by a green rush swamp, the site of most of the city of South Melbourne now, full to the margin with water, wherein the bull and other frogs kept up ceaseless croaking, so loudly that conversation was difficult. Reaching the Yarra at length, we found a punt, worked with ropes on either side, where Prince's Bridge now stands. There was but one hut on the knoll, Immigrants' Home site on the south bank of the Yarra, Archibald M'Millan and family's - good workers all, from the Shetland or Orkney Islands of Scotland. By persevering industry and. frugality, coupled with God-fearing integrity, the old people gradually assessed wealth. But when I arrived., they had also but recently arrived as the old man used to say quaintly, “with only five shillings and a big family”. They began here by buying one cow and. selling milk, the sons and parents gladly laboring.
My first task was to deliver the introduction to local notables, with which I was plentifully supplied in Scotland Commissary - General Howard, father of Mr. Fred. Howard, president of the Exchange who then had a pretty residence at Moonee Ponds. Mr. Skene Craig, of Craig and Broadfoot, merchants and Government providores, had a pretty verandah residence, store and office with orchard and vineyard adjacent, opposite the site of M'Cracken' Brewery buildings in Collins. Street west. Next his was the villa and garden of James Smith, J.P., who with James Simpson, P.M., were then the best-known and esteemed city magistrates. James Smith was long the actuary of the Savings. Bank. Of course, both passed on long ago. Nearer King Street, and to its corner on the same side, was Allison and Knight's Steam flour Mills and. bullock team yards. Farther west was Bateman's Hill, bare of buildings but the verandah cottage - the Government House of its day-of the superintendent,
C. J. Latrobe, Esq., to whom I had introductions, and, for years I enjoyed the privilege of visiting, and. often by his request breakfasting with him at Jolimont, and he revisiting me afterwards at Tirhatuan, on route to the Aboriginal Protectorate and Native Police Station at Warre Warran, his great hobby, gubernatorial banquets, receptions and balls being then almost undreamt of Captain Lonsdale, also, was a kindly hospitable friend at his cottage residence, now disappeared. I think, formerly situated about the Site of the Friendly Societies' Gardens, or perhaps nearer the City.
Alistair Mackenzie, the sheriff, resided in a. square built house within a garden somewhere near the end of Brunswick Street; the houses therein few and far between, being termed New Town, and. separated a. seeming long way from the nearest of those in the city, being only few few tow at head of Collins and Little Collins Streets. My family being connected with that of Sir George Gipps, the then Governor of New South Wales, I had brought out first class introductions, had offer of civil appointments, but I had qualified myself for pastoral pursuits, and quickly engaged in these. Collins Street was full of vacant allotments, then sacred to rubbish heaps and. broken bottles. At corner of Swanston Street, there were a series of stockyards for yoking teams in. There was also a blacksmith shop, of the usual benighted village type, near there about opposite the sites of the "Age" office now, was John M'NaIl's butcher's shop built of local split palings, with just a six feet square window, without glass, shut in at night with a wooden shutter, and an earthen floor, with a red gum block on it. Opposite, and, in fact, down both sides of the street, was a. huge gulph, seemingly deep enough to engulph a covered wagon, worn down by the winter streams by then flowing. The centre of the street was raised highly, but it was a case to wade across in wet weather. The site of the Bank of Australasia now was then, or soon after, the Wesleyan Church; opposite was Anne and Smith's general store, where everything of stationery and grocery and hardware was supplied. It was not till the advent of John Carfras, of South Bridge Street, medical book­seller, Edinburgh, some years later, that we had a bona fide bookseller in Melbourne. The Port Phillip Bank building stood about the site of the “Age” office, managed by George Mercer with the Port Phillip Club, afterwards called the Melbourne Club, building next it, westward. Nearer Swanston Street was the Commercial Hotel, a two story building with raised balcony, standing several yards back from the street frontage, managed by jolly Philip Anderson.. If not a Scot, I might 'say R.I.P. I was staying there when Alex. M'Kenzie, of Reedy Creek station, who with his partner, McCrae, was locally known as the Phillistines, being exceptionally tall men, brought his young bride, nee M'Cracken, from Hobart. I saw that worthy lady's demise recorded the other day at the age of 69, leaving well-advanced children grand-children How time has flown, to be sure!. Next him was right of way to Flinders Lane, fronting which was a five roomed verandah cottage, with garden, inhibited by one Watt, a carpenter, and. family, who bad two weatherboard shops fronting Collins Street. That whole property was offered to me once for 130 (pounds). That would 50 ft. frontage to Collins Street and Flinders Lane, and a wide side lane, be worth now? About the site of the Land Credit Bank was the chemist's shop of Edward Rand, now of Wagga, and brother to Robert Rand, the wealthy squatter of Mahonga, New South Wales. Captain Howie lived in one of two or three four roomed cottages of his in Swanston Street, at Germain Nicholson'e corner, opposite the Town Hall site. Higher up the Eastern Hill, towards the Scotch Church, was Dr. Drummond's house, just above the Athenaeum, and then the Scotch School, and the small unpretentious manse of Rev. James Forbes, and the original Repts' Kirk at the corner of Russell Street. On the opposite side of Russell Street was the Rev. Mr. Morrison's Congregational Church and parsonage, the latter with high thatched roof on it. In front of this was a gnarled old gum tree, with a sort of step ladder built into it, around which the worthy little parson used to spiel up to an elevated platform, whence he could view new ship arrivals in the Bay. Hon. James Graham and brother, being both bachelors then, occupied the cottage still extant in Russell Street, below the late Y.M.C.A. hall, and were the business agents of Mr. C. J. Latrobe. Behind, entering their courtyard from Little Collins street, were their stores, and also these and offices of the late William Westgarth. There were very few reputable houses in Burke Street above the Bull and Mouth, opposite Albion, only a few oyster shanties, and others, vieing in repute with questionable resorts of Romeo and other Little Burke Street lanes. Years after - in owning the first sawmill in the colony, near Fern Tree Gully,
I hold with a. Mt. O'Sullivan a timber yard extending from about the site of the Theatre Royal, round to and along Swanston Street towards Little Bourke Street. Messrs. Westbye at the same time held one extending over about an acre at the corner of Elizabeth and Collins Streets, where City of Melbourne Bank and. Contiguous buildings now stand. Lonsdale Street, east of Queen Street, had but two houses in it - Dr. Paterson's, Immigration agent and public vaccinator, a two or three-roomed cottage, about opposite Tankard's Temperance Hotel site, and the Caledonian Hotel, situated down a long strip of garden from the street, with a muddy looking bullock yards on either side of it. This was the Rev. James Cloe's house, bought in frame from Tasmania then rented as an hotel by him, when his family had removed to their cattle station of' Tirhatuan on Dandenong Creek, which in 1849 I purchased from him, and. he thereafter again resided in the city, until removing to vicinity of Ocean Grove. In Queen Street there were many unsightly blanks. Blacksmiths' smoke besmeared forges, and, bullock and horse yards intermingled with the Royal Highlander and Black Byng's hotels. Dr. Sproat'S house, the Queen's Theatre, a livery stables, and the near corner Bourke Street, on sites of Watson's ham and bacon warehouse, was the office and. residence of my late brother-in-law, David. Ogilvy, writer to the Signet of Edinburgh, solicitor, protector: and. literally the conveyancer for almost all of the early transfer of real estate in Melbourne and suburbs, who also was then a bachelor.
Some of your readers or correspondents occasionally express a wish for early pictures of Melbourne by old colonists. I am this day, 28tb. July, a. colonist, arriving free, at age of 23, of a full half-century's standing. I have tasted of the bitter and sweet of the career of an enterprising pioneer and though now old. and failing In some respects, have proved, I think, by my sketches in “The Herald”, that my memory of past events, at least, is vivid. If, therefore, these sketches, and. others yet in store for “The Herald”, are deemed worth preservation, give Messieurs, the readers of them encouragement, my volunteered subscription for copies, for their publication and I will present the profitable proceeds, it any, as advised by majority of the votes of such subscribers. But as a burnt child dreads the fire, I had a caution or two against again incurring private responsibility in book publishing, as I believe all Colonial writers, on other than very light reading, have experienced painfully. Re reminiscences of unfinished streets of Melbourne, an amusing episode recure to memory In early days we had a continuous and vary wholesome and welcome influx of bounty immigrants, and. when a ship arrived, the course for intending employers was to hurry on board, and, securing thus early a. good selection, take them, men or women, ashore at once to their intended homes. Once some time after my entry on pastoral pursuits. I so visited a ship just arrived in the Bay, but found. I was too late to secure the stamp I required as shepherds. However, I made the acquaintance of the Surgeon superintendent - the late Dr. Baynton, of Kyneton or Malmsbury He came off the ship with me in the small river steamer up the Yarra to the wharf, which we did not reach until after dark. He was in distress as to the safe custody of a desk and other things. I had promised to see a lady passenger safe on terra firma en route to an Hotel but assured the worthy Doctor I would return at once to assist in carrying up his parcels. But I found I couldn't shake off my fair encumbrance in the dark - and Melbourne Streets were dark then - till I got to Collins Street, and progressing thither expeditiously in a rainy night, from the wharf up Market street, all of a sudden I dropped into an excavation for a cellar or foundation, up to the waist in mud and water. Happily, the lady let go my arm, or she would have gone down too, but the disagreeable plight precluded my return to Dr. Baynton, and when I afterwards met him I found him sorely exercised re my apparent perfidy.

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These notes were compiled by Hubert Noel Beilby, son of George 1850/1924.

John Wood Beilby was born in 1818.

John Wood Imigrated to Australia in 1841 on the vessel "Abrams" (I can find no record of a ship "Abrams" but there was a ship called "William Abrams" that docked in Australia in that year.)

The following information was supplied by Len Beilby on 9th Nov 2001
"At Airlie Bank, Melbourne on 16 July 1850, he married Catherine Ogilvy, daughter of David Ogilvy of Edinburgh, after which they moved inland and bought 36 square miles of land from the Reverend James Clow, who had obtained squatting rights in August 1838. The area was known as "Corhanwarrubul Run" and stretched from Dandenong Creek to the Dandenong Mountains. The property included an eight-roomed homestead called 'Tirhatuan', the aboriginal name for the sugar glider opossum. The Beilbys remained there until 1857.
John Wood Beilby explored much of the region and is said to have been the first to discover gold in Victoria (at Navarre near Stawell). He established the first sawmill in the Dandenongs but was eventually forced to close down because of competition from cheaper timber from Tasmania. " John married Cathrine Ogilvie.

Noted events in his life were:

• Arrival in Australia: by Ship "William Abrams", 28 Jul 1841, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.

9. Thomas Davidson OGILVY (David2, Alexander1) was born on 1 Oct 1813 in Edinburgh Parish, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.

General Notes: Thomas Davidson OGILVY would have been only 16 years old when his father died and appears he received an annual payment from his fathers Estate!

From the 1881 Census.
Dwelling; 11 Lothian Street,
Census Place; Edinburgh Canongate, Edinburgh, Scotland.
Source; FHL Film 0224005 GRO Ref Volume 685-7 EnumDist 38 page 6.
Marr Age Sex Birthplace
Thomas Davidson OGILVY U 68 m Edinburgh, Scotland
Rel; Head
Occ. Annuitant.


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10. David OGILVY (Alexander3, David2, Alexander1) was born in 1837 in Saint Cuthberts, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.

11. Isabella Williamson OGILVY (Alexander3, David2, Alexander1) was born in 1839 in Edinburgh Parish, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland and died in Jan 1890, at age 51.

Isabella married Thomas Currie GREGORY , son of Thomas GREGORY and Elizabeth KINIBURG . Thomas was born on 14 Aug 1827 in Edinburgh Parish, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 21 M    i. Alexander Ogilvy GREGORY was born on 19 Oct 1863 in Milton, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland.

+ 22 F    ii. Isabella Williamson Ogilvy GREGORY was born on 3 Jul 1865 in Milton, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland.

+ 23 M    iii. Thomas Currie GREGORY was born on 10 Apr 1867 in Milton, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland.

+ 24 F    iv. Kate Ogilvy GREGORY was born on 30 Jan 1869 in Milton, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland.

+ 25 M    v. Robert Kinniburgh GREGORY was born on 23 Apr 1871 in Milton, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland.

12. Catherine Spence OGILVY (Alexander3, David2, Alexander1) was born in 1843 in Edinburgh Parish, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland and died on 3 Feb 1919 in Inverforth, Trinity, Scotland, at age 76.

Noted events in her life were:

• Occupation: Governess.

She never married.

13. Georgina Williamson OGILVY (Alexander3, David2, Alexander1) was born on 6 Aug 1843 in North Leith, Midlothian, Scotland and died on 17 Dec 1930 in Inverforth, Trinity, Scotland, at age 87.

Noted events in her life were:

• Occupation: Pupil Teacher.

She never married.

14. David OGILVY (David4, David2, Alexander1) was born on 6 Sep 1842 in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia and died on 7 Aug 1933 in Ararat, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, at age 90.

General Notes: DOCUMENT REWRITTEN FROM NOTES COMPILED BY BEATRICE RILEY

I have long thought of writing this account of my family I am indebted to the Law Society of Victoria, the Public Library of Victoria and the "History of Prahran" for much of my information.

My Grandfather's signet ring was passed on to my father which bore the Ogilvy crest - a "Portcullis".

My father continued the Ogilvy tradition of naming the eldest son - "David".

My Grandfather took a pioneers interest in development of Prahran and was one of the first members of the Deaf and Dumb Institution. He was instrumental with the late George Coppin in starting the Old Colonists Homes. (About 1906, my father was invited to the official opening of some of the buildings and I accompanied him).

My grandmother's sister married a Mr Skene who was a surveyor- general for Victoria. Many places are named after him., e.g. Skene Street Stawell, Skene Street Geelong , and mount Skene.

My father had a newspaper cutting saying that the beautiful Misses Williamson were voted belles of the ball at Government House.

My father David and his brothers entered Scotch College on the day it opened, coming from Lawson's Academy and thereafter always called the "Old Boy of Scotch", and he gave much information when the History of Scots College was being written in 1926, and was presented with a copy of the book by then the Principal Dr. Littlejohn. He retained his membership of Old Scots Collegians Club and came down to the "Boat Race" regularly for many years.

Have in my possession Complete Works of William Cowpers Pomes on the fly leaf of which is written;- "Presented to David Ogilvy for the boy best liked by his companions. Signed Alexander Morrison (Principal)". He was voted "best liked " for three successive years after which Dr. Morrison withdrew his name from the ballot.

His great chum was Jack Thomson who later became Head of Kew High School.

They played a game called Hare and hounds and he and Jack being the hares led the hounds-a group of other bays - a merry dance round and about the streets and when hard pressed took to the Yarra and swam across.

In later years Jack Thomson used to bring up some cricketing friends from Melbourne to our home every Christmas and party played a match against the locals.

My father was very keen about cricket and for many years was a member of the Melbourne Cricket Club and a regular attendant at the test matches. He and his brother James had their names in the teams in the History of Scots College.

My father did not follow his father in the "Law", but having a great love of the land went on a cattle station to gain colonial experience. It was on one station somewhere in the Kelly Country that he rode some miles one night to the local pub. He said he noticed and old crone sitting some distance away on a log watching the pub, and when he was having a drink the publican asked him if he had noticed the old woman and told him she was the "look out" for the Kelly Gang. He went on to say, "If that's your horse in the stables they will lift it tonight." "By God they won't " said my father and straight-away rode off. He told me years later that in imagination he heard horses thundering after him and was glad to reach his quarters safely.

Later on he bought a property in Morwell. By all accounts it was quite a large house with extensive grounds and peacocks on the lawns. He was married twice, having a daughter and two sons. Katherine , David and Thomas, by his first wife and two daughters, Elizabeth Williamson (Winnie) and Emily Beatrice by his second . I am the younger of these two girls.

He sold the Morwell property when I was twelve months old and bought another in Poowong, South Gippsland. He built a lovely home with large grounds and it was there that I spent my very happy childhood, riding everywhere about the country.

Each year when we would go on holidays, my sister and I would be taken to Craig's and handed over to Miss Byce, head of the dress department, to be outfitted from head to toe. I was greatly in awe of her as she was a very stately lady dressed entirely in black with long train sweeping the carpet. She was known to and knew all the Ogilvy family as they always dealt at Craig's. It was a sad day when Craig's closed and we mourned as if it were a death in the family.

When World war 1 broke out my two brothers and all my male cousins answered the call of duty and enlisted. My brothers returned but most of the cousins did not.

My uncle James lived on a property ay Berwick and as he was co-executor with my father of the their mother's will, he often visited us on business bringing some of his family with him. One of his daughters, May kept hunters and it was her custom to visit the stables each evening to say "good Night" to them.

My father left most of his business matters concerning the estate in my Uncle James' hands and it came as a great shock to him when other members of the family said they thought James was not dealing fairly with them and intended to take the matter to court. They assured my father that they were quite sure he knew nothing of this , but as co-executor he had to be sued a long with James. The case dragged on for many months and caused quite a lot of interest as they were all well known in social and business circles.

The Verdict was in favour of my Father and James with costs but my father felt he had not kept a strict enough check on James and paid the costs himself.

In the great recession of the 1890's when the banks closed their doors , the family, from being affluent and well to do were practically ruined. My father had other assets than money in the banks; so although losing quite a substantial amount he did not fair as badly as the others.

Living in the country as we did. I did not see much of my relations. I do know that after losing their money my cousin, Elizabeth (Betty )Ogilvy Curwen, went as governess to the Governor and Lady Stanley's children.

My father had great love for children and animals. Whilst at Morwell he had put up at his own expence shelter sheds and stables at The State School, although his children did not attend there.

He was also a lover of theatre particularly Shakespearian and he took me to every vi sting Shakespearian Company. There were occasions when he took a box at the theartre, but I was mot included in the party.

In 1933 he retired to Ararat where he died in 1933 at the age of 91 years.

I was the youngest of the grandchildren of David Ogilvy Senior and also the youngest of my father's children. All have now pre-deceased me. [ NO! - I am afraid my mother was the youngest as she was born in 1900 **Colin Darby**].

If it seems that I have concentrated on my fathers side of the family, I must explain that my mother came from Adelaide Sth. Australia and I had no cousins on her side.

I Married Alexander Hele Riley who later became Administrative Member on the Mental Health Authority, Victoria.

We have two children, Cliff and Marilyn and it is to them I dedicate this book.

Beatrice Riley.

Noted events in his life were:

• Occupation: Farmer and Land Owner, Victoria, Australia.

David married Catherine Emily McNAMARA , daughter of James McNAMARA and Ellen MURRAY , on 5 Sep 1878 in Wesleyan Parsonage, Sale, Victoria, Australia. Catherine was born in 1841 in Wexford, Ireland, died on 22 Jul 1892 in Morwell, Victoria, Australia, at age 51,and was buried in Hazelwood Cemetery, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 26 F    i. Catherine OGILVY was born in 1879, was christened in Sand. Victoria, Australia, and died in 1969, at age 90.

+ 27 M    ii. David OGILVY was born in 1880 in Morwell, Victoria, Australia and died in 1959 in Korumburra, Victoria, Australia, at age 79.

+ 28 M    iii. Thomas OGILVY was born in 1883 in Morwell, Victoria, Australia and died in 1947 in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, at age 64.

David next married Sarah Emily TURNER , daughter of Richard TURNER and Mary Ann TEAQUE , on 16 Feb 1893 in Presbyterian Church, Maryvale, Melbourne Vic. Australia. Sarah was born in 1860 in Adelaide, Sth. Australia, Australia and died in 1943 in Stawell, Victoria, Australia, at age 83.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 29 F    i. Elizabeth OGILVY was born in 1894 in Morwell, Victoria, Australia and died in 1953 in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, at age 59.

+ 30 F    ii. Emily Beatrice OGILVY was born in 1896 in Morwell, Victoria, Australia.

 
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15. James Williamson OGILVY (David4, David2, Alexander1) was born on 21 Jan 1844 in St.Kilda, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia and died in Jun 1935 in Glen Iris, Victoria, Australia, at age 91.

General Notes: James Williamson Ogilvy was born in St Kilda in 1843, the first white child in St Kilda, he was educated at Scots College [previously known as Lawson's Melbourne Academy] and at the time of his death was the oldest college boy at that time. After his fathers death in Scotland 1871 ( when he survived a trip after being wrecked rounding The Cape of Good Hope), his father died from these effects of being shipped wrecked.

James W. Ogilvy was appointed by his mother to look after family affairs while she took the rest of the family home for a trip to Scotland. James remained in Melbourne and invested her money in property (land) (very successfully) in some of the main streets of Melbourne. Later he became implicated in the big importing firm Henty & Co., he had his own office. He had a brass plate with his name on it. James W. used to say when he was a boy he ran from St Kilda to Port Melbourne, and that there was scarcely any houses in those areas. His first homes were at Toorak & Caulfield when he married Charlotte Elizabeth Howe. Later from there he moved to Berwick to a small property called "Woorarra", a old country home with a lovely orchard of beautiful fruit trees, good horses-sheep and a pony, a half breed Shetland called "Jack" . James Ogilvy went from Woorarra" to Melbourne to attend business several days a week.

After his first wife Elizabeth died in 1890 he married a second time to Alice Olive Nelson and in 1895 Stanley Douglas Ogilvy was born and on the 29th December 1900 Marjorie Isabel Ogilvy was born. She became the youngest of thirteen.
Three of his sons had enlisted at the out break of war- Arthur (Bore War & 1st War, Gallipoli , Middle Page 3 East), Reginald (artillery in very wet winter) and Jim ( who was killed on Gallipoli at Loan Pine), Arthur was Captain in rank at retirement.
His 2nd wife Alice was kill ed in horse and buggy accident. In 1903 in which Marjorie survied . James W. bought land at Kyogle 640 acres. He named the property "Airlie Park" and built a house for his elder children, they operated a dairy farm and grazing property. In 1908 after a year at the Berwick State School, Daughter Marjorie, eldest daughter Flora and his younger son Douglas travelled from Melbourne to Kyogle, firstly by ship to Sydney then by the coastal ship "Orara" to Bryon bay and from there by train to Casino and then by horse coach to Kyogle.

Towards the end of the World War 1 the families started to marry and the property "Airlie Park" was sold for Solder Settlement and the family all went their separate way.
Register of births from the family Bilble ( in the safe keeping with David Ogilvy).
1.Arthur James 22nd March 1875
2.David 22nd March 1875
3.Flora Elizabeth 15th November 1877
4.Albert (died at birth)
5.Reginal 20th September1879 (twin to Albert)
6. Maude 3rd December 1880
7. Mary (May) 9th April 1883
8. James 7th July 1885
9. Frank Gordon 26th May 1887
10. Harold (died at birth)
11. Ruby Millicent 26th December 1889 (twin to Harold)
12. Stanley Douglas 23rd January 1895
13. Marjorie Isobel 29th December 1900

Noted events in his life were:

• Occupation: Senior Executive and Farmer, Victoria, Australia.
 
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James married Elizabeth Charlotte HOWE , daughter of Ephraim HOWE and Elizabeth Charlotte PORTER , on 8 Apr 1874 in St.Peter's Church, St.Kilda, Melbourne, Australia. Elizabeth was born in 1852 in Toorak, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia and died on 20 Nov 1890 in Berwick, Victoria, Melbourne, Australia, at age 38. The cause of her death was Elizabeth died of Bronchial Pneumonia and Asthma on 20 Nov 1890.

Marriage Notes: James William Ogilvy' sister Isabella was one of the witnesses to the Marriage.

General Notes: Elizabeth Charlotte Howe;

At the age of 22 Elizabeth married James Williamson Ogilvy, 30, on 4 August 1874 at St Peter's Church, Melbourne. James was born 21 January 1844 at St Kilda to parents David Ogilvy and Elizabeth Aitchison Williamson. On behalf of his mother he invested in Melbourne city property and apparently held a position with James Henty & Co at some stage, however Michael Cannon in The Land Boomers says he was the Melbourne manager of the Oriental Bank during the extravagant speculative boom of the late 1880's, early 1890's. This bank overextended and was in trouble when the London directors of the Bank of South Australia offered James a position as Colonial Inspector. The Bank of S.A. proceeded to lend huge amounts to speculators, and its manager, Arthur Geoffrey Eagar hid the true financial position of the bank, resulting in a write off of assets in 1892. The bank and all its branches were absorbed by the Union Bank.
Over the sixteen years of their marriage Elizabeth produced eleven children including two sets of twins, however one of each pair died in infancy. They lived first in Toorak, then Caulfield in the early 1880's before moving to a small property called “Woorarra” in Berwick, from where James travelled the 40 kilometres or so to Melbourne for business several days a week. Elizabeth died about eleven months after the birth of their last child. James re-married two years later, Alice Olive Nelson, on 10 November 1892 and they had two children by 1900, but Alice was killed in a horse and buggy accident in 1903. Six years later James married again, on 5 August 1909, Jean Emily Carmichael, but produced no more children. James Ogilvy died in June, 1935, in Glen Iris, Victoria, Australia.


Children from this marriage were:

+ 31 M    i. Arthur James OGILVY was born on 22 Mar 1875 in Prahran, Victoria, Australia and died on 5 Jul 1969 in Heidelberg , Victoria, Australia, at age 94.

+ 32 M    ii. David OGILVY was born on 20 Aug 1876 in Toorak, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia and died on 1 Aug 1877.

+ 33 F    iii. Flora Elizabeth OGILVY was born on 15 Nov 1877 in Toorak, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia and died on 26 Feb 1962, at age 84.

+ 34 M    iv. Albert OGILVY was born on 20 Sep 1879 in Toorak, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia and died on 17 Jan 1880.

+ 35 M    v. Reginal OGILVY was born on 20 Sep 1879 in Toorak, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, died on 2 May 1959, at age 79, and was buried in Kyogle, NSW, Australia.

+ 36 F    vi. Maude OGILVY was born on 3 Dec 1880 in Toorak, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, died on 28 Aug 1979 in Armidale, NSW, Australia, at age 98, and was buried in Armidale Cemetery, NSW, Australia.

+ 37 F    vii. Mary OGILVY was born on 9 Apr 1883 in Caulfield, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, died on 3 Sep 1973 in Tamworth, NSW, Australia, at age 90, and was buried in "Wombalano", "Tiara", Walcha, NSW, Australia.

+ 38 M    viii. James OGILVY was born on 7 Jul 1885 in Caulfield, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia and died on 2 Aug 1915 in Pope's Hill, Gallippoli, at age 30.

+ 39 M    ix. Frank Gordon OGILVY was born on 26 May 1887 in Caulfield, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, died on 2 Jun 1968 in Kingaroy District, Queensland, Australia, at age 81, and was buried in Kingaroy, Queensland, Australia.

+ 40 F    x. Ruby Millicent OGILVY was born on 26 Dec 1889 in Berwick, Victoria, Melbourne, Australia and died in Feb 1929, at age 39.

+ 41 M    xi. Harold OGILVY was born on 26 Dec 1889 in Berwick, Victoria, Melbourne, Australia and died on 23 Jan 1890 in Berwick, Victoria, Melbourne, Australia.

 
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James next married Alice Olive NELSON , daughter of Adolph NELSON and Therza Warburton KINGSTON , on 10 Nov 1892 in St.Albans, Armadale, Victoria, Australia. Alice was born on 31 Dec 1868 in Clunes Near Ballarat, Victoria, Australia, christened on 7 Feb 1869 in Clunes Near Ballarat, Victoria, Australia, and died on 21 Nov 1903 in Yan Yean, Victoria, Australia, at age 34.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 42 M    i. Stanley Douglas OGILVY was born on 23 Jan 1895 in Berwick, Victoria, Melbourne, Australia, died on 28 Oct 1985 in Kyogle, NSW, Australia, at age 90, and was buried in Kyogle, NSW, Australia.

+ 43 F    ii. Marjorie Isabel OGILVY was born on 29 Dec 1900 in Berwick, Victoria, Melbourne, Australia, died on 7 Sep 1997 in Armidale, NSW, Australia, at age 96, and was buried in Armidale Cemetery, NSW, Australia.

James next married Jean Emily CARMICHAEL , daughter of Malcolm Robert CARMICHAEL and Martha Jamieson GOLVAN , on 5 Aug 1909 at Her Sisters Home Mrs I Hunt's House Post Office, Fortseay. Jean was born about 1863 in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia and died on 11 Mar 1938 in Surry Hills, Victoria, Australia, about age 75.

16. Alexander John OGILVY (David4, David2, Alexander1) was born on 12 Feb 1846 in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia and died on 18 Oct 1902, at age 56.

Noted events in his life were:

• Occupation: Accountant, Estate Agent.

17. John William OGILVY (David4, David2, Alexander1) was born on 16 Jul 1848 in Airlie Bank, Sth Yarra, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia and died in 1932 in Clifton Hill, Victoria, Australia, at age 84.

Noted events in his life were:

• Occupation: Bank Manager.

John married Gertrude Muskett DARKEN , daughter of John Joseph DARKEN and Anne MUSKETT , on 3 Oct 1889. Gertrude was born on 3 Oct 1858 in Norfolk, England and died in 1937 in Ivanhoe, Victoria, Australia, at age 79.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 44 M    i. Geoffrey Alan OGILVY was born on 11 Oct 1890 in Brighton, Victoria, Australia and died about Jul 1917 in England, about age 26.

18. Isabella OGILVY (David4, David2, Alexander1) was born on 21 Jan 1853.

Isabella married Walter WINSLOW on 11 Oct 1875 in Edinburgh Parish, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.

19. William OGILVY (David4, David2, Alexander1) was born on 8 Dec 1854 in Sth.Yarra, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.

20. Elizabeth Catherine OGILVY (David4, David2, Alexander1) was born on 5 Mar 1860 in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia and died in 1898 in Armadale, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, at age 38.

Noted events in her life were:

• Occupation: Governess to Governor and Lady Stanley's Children.

Elizabeth married Alexander Edward CURWEN in 1886 in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Alexander was born in Wiltshire, United Kingdom.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 45 M    i. John CURWEN was born in 1887 in Armadale, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.

+ 46 F    ii. Elizabeth Ogilvy CURWEN was born in 1889 in Armadale, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia and died in 1976 in Hawthorn, Victoria, Australia, at age 87.

+ 47 M    iii. Frederick Edward CURWEN was born in 1891 in Armadale, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.

+ 48 M    iv. Hugh Philp CURWEN was born in 1895 in Creswick, Victoria, Australia and died in 1963 in France, at age 68.

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21. Alexander Ogilvy GREGORY (Isabella Williamson OGILVY11, Alexander3, David2, Alexander1) was born on 19 Oct 1863 in Milton, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland.

22. Isabella Williamson Ogilvy GREGORY (Isabella Williamson OGILVY11, Alexander3, David2, Alexander1) was born on 3 Jul 1865 in Milton, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland.

23. Thomas Currie GREGORY (Isabella Williamson OGILVY11, Alexander3, David2, Alexander1) was born on 10 Apr 1867 in Milton, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland.

24. Kate Ogilvy GREGORY (Isabella Williamson OGILVY11, Alexander3, David2, Alexander1) was born on 30 Jan 1869 in Milton, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland.

25. Robert Kinniburgh GREGORY (Isabella Williamson OGILVY11, Alexander3, David2, Alexander1) was born on 23 Apr 1871 in Milton, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland.

26. Catherine OGILVY (David14, David4, David2, Alexander1) was born in 1879, was christened in Sand. Victoria, Australia, and died in 1969, at age 90. Other names for Catherine were Kathleen OGILVY, and Katy OGILVY.

Catherine married Archibald Lenbourne SIMMONS , son of Ernest Willaim SIMMONS and Mary HORNER , in 1914 in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Archibald was born in 1890 in Scoresby, Victoria, Australia and died in 1914 in Victoria, Australia, at age 24.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 49 M    i. John Ogilvy SIMMONS

+ 50 M    ii. Athol Ogilvy SIMMONS

+ 51 M    iii. Ronald Ogilvy SIMMONS was born on 19 Sep 1918 in St.Kilda, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia and died in 1971, at age 53.

27. David OGILVY (David14, David4, David2, Alexander1) was born in 1880 in Morwell, Victoria, Australia and died in 1959 in Korumburra, Victoria, Australia, at age 79.

Noted events in his life were:

• Military Service: World War 1, 60th Ballation, 10 May 1915. David served in World War 1 in the 60th Battalion, a Victorian Infantry Regiment. He reached the Rank of Sargent. Enlistd on the 10th May1915 and returning 18the January 1919

David married Birtha Gladys KITCHIN , daughter of Horace Kesterson Sherrif KITCHIN and Bertha Ellen WOOD , in 1922 in Victoria, Australia. Birtha was born in 1892 in Elesternwick , Victoria, Australia and died in 1979 in Morwell, Victoria, Australia, at age 87. Another name for Birtha was Birdie KITCHEN.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 52 M    i. David OGILVY

+ 53 F    ii. Birtha OGILVY

+ 54 M    iii. Eric OGILVY

28. Thomas OGILVY (David14, David4, David2, Alexander1) was born in 1883 in Morwell, Victoria, Australia and died in 1947 in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, at age 64.

Noted events in his life were:

• Military Service: Served in World War 1, 13th Field Artillery Brigade, 9 Jan 1915. Thomas enlised on the 9th January 1915 at the age of 31 as a Gunner in the 13th Field Artillery Brigade. Regimental No.657. Thomas returned to Arustralia on the 9th March 1919. After his discharge, he helped his father on the farm at Poowong.

29. Elizabeth OGILVY (David14, David4, David2, Alexander1) was born in 1894 in Morwell, Victoria, Australia and died in 1953 in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, at age 59.

Elizabeth married Melvan ROSENGREEN .

30. Emily Beatrice OGILVY (David14, David4, David2, Alexander1) was born in 1896 in Morwell, Victoria, Australia.

Emily married Alexander Hele RILEY in 1926 in Victoria, Australia. Alexander was born in 1894 and died in 1986, at age 92.

Noted events in his life were:

• Occupation: Administrative Member on the Mental Authority, Victoria, Australia, Victoria, Australia.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 55 M    i. Clifford David RILEY

+ 56 F    ii. Marilyn Beatrice RILEY

 
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31. Arthur James OGILVY (James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1) was born on 22 Mar 1875 in Prahran, Victoria, Australia and died on 5 Jul 1969 in Heidelberg , Victoria, Australia, at age 94.

General Notes: Notes supplied by his Daughter Jean, and retyped by Colin Darby Armidale NSW
Email Address for Colin Darby colnet@optusnet.com.au

Arthur James Ogilvy was born in Melbourne on the 22nd March 1874. he was the eldest of thirteen children. When of school age Arthur attended Melbourne Grammar School. Around this time the family shifted to Berwick.

As a young man Arthur served the Bore War (1899 - 1902). Private A.J. Ogilvy I43 served with the Second (Mounted Rifles) Contingent. After the war he stayed for some time and joined The South African Mounted Police. For his three years service he was awarded The Queens Medal.

Returning home he share farmed with his three brothers in Kyogle in New South Wales.

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Private Ogilvy also served in The Australian Permanent Military Force as follows;
4th Australian Light horse == Nine years.
5th Australian light Horse Regiment Lances == Three years.

Private Ogilvy was appointed 2nd Lieutenant on 13th March and promoted to Lieutenant on 16th June 1914. He was Seconded to The Australian Imperial Force on the 25th August 1914 and appointed to the Rank of Lieutenant. Private Ogilvy's war record number was 34824.

On the 24th September 1914 Lieutenant Ogilvy embarked at Brisbane Queensland with the 2nd Light Horse Regiment on HMAT “Star of England”. He landed on Gallipolli on the 9th May 1915. Lieutenant Ogilvy was wounded in action at Gallipolli but remained on duty until 19th May 1915.

It was in Gallipolli that his brother James was killed. Because of illness he was evacuated to Australia on HT “Runic” on 7th November 1915. He was reembarked at Sydney New South Wales with the 17th Reinforcements of the 2nd Australian Light Horse Regiment on HMAT “Karroo” on the 5th May 1916. They disembarked at Suez Egypt on 6th June 1916.

Lieutenant Ogilvy served in the Middle East with the 2ND Australian Light Horse Regiment, 1st Australian Light Horse Training Regiment and the Desert Corps Reinforcement Camp. He then embarked for Australia on HT “Wimarda” on 13th March 1919, and arrived at Melbourne Victoria on 19th April 1919. Captain Ogilvy Disembarked at Brisbane Queensland.

Captain Ogilvy's appointment in The Australian Imperial Forces terminated on June 28th 1919.
During this time Captain Ogilvy Obtained these medals;
·1914/15 Star.
·British War Medal.
·Victory Medal.
·Anzac Commemorative Medallion.

After the termination of his appointment in the Australian Imperial Forces Captain Ogilvy continued service in the Citizens Military Forces with the 15th Australian Light Horse Regiment, Northern Rivers Lancers, Gaining promotion to the rank of Major on the 1st May 1920.
Major Ogilvy was placed on the Reserve of Officers on 1st January 1928 and retired on 22nd March 1934. In the 2nd World War at the age of sixty-eight he was a Member of the Voluntary Defence Corps.

On returning home in 1918 Captain Ogilvy married and went back to Kyogle for a short time before moving to Victoria. Captain Ogilvy farmed at Ballendella, about seven miles from Rochester. This is where he formed The First Ballendella Scout Troop. On the 1st of September 1933 Major Ogilvy was granted his Warrant Number V03810 as a Scout Master for The 1st Ballendella Scout Troop. 1st Ballendella started off on the 1st of August 1933 with eleven boys and over the next two years it grew to twenty-one. During his time at Ballendella Major Ogilvy attended a World Jamboree held in Frankston.

Major Ogilvy's warrant was cancelled on the 8th June 1936. Shortly after this Major Ogilvy retired and came to live in Clematis where he again took an active interest in Scouting in the Belgrave and Emerald Areas. On the 14th September 1936 Major Ogilvy was granted a Warrant Number V05695 as Scout Master of The 1st Belgrave Scout Troop. The 1st Belgrave Troop was registered on the 1st October 1924. Major Ogilvy's Warrant was cancelled on the 15th July 1940.

It was around this time that Major Ogilvy was the Scout Master at Emerald. He is still remembered by members of his Scout Troop. Major Ogilvy's Scouting name was “Possum”, a name well remembered by Mr. Bill Stevens and Mr. Bill A'vard. Times of fun at camps held in Edenmont Road, and of course, meetings held in the grounds of The Church of England, are still remembered.

He was a very active member of the community. Major Ogilvy was a member of the Emerald RSL and in 1951 was made a life member. He was also a life member of the Clematis Fire Brigade. For many years Major Ogilvy was an active Churchman and an Elder of St Marks Church of England. In 1969 Major Ogilvy died at Heidelburg Military Hospital at the age of ninety-fie years.

Noted events in his life were:

• Military Service: Oz-Boer Database - Search Results. OGILVY, Arthur James 143 Pte. 2Vic.Mtd.Rifles P2:?initials JA 33836 Tpr. 2Scot.H. QSA&7 Br:2ScotH. & Imp.Mtd.Rifles, Drouin South Vic. M:235 P2:132 161 Br:10
 
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Arthur married Ethel May STODDART , daughter of Walter James STODDART and Louisa Emily WHITFIELD , on 21 Jun 1919 in Malvern, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Ethel was born in 1883 in Essendon, Victoria, Australia and died in 1961 in Clematis, Victoria, Australia, at age 78.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 57 F    i. Jean OGILVY

32. David OGILVY (James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1) was born on 20 Aug 1876 in Toorak, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia and died on 1 Aug 1877.

33. Flora Elizabeth OGILVY (James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1) was born on 15 Nov 1877 in Toorak, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia and died on 26 Feb 1962, at age 84.

34. Albert OGILVY (James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1) was born on 20 Sep 1879 in Toorak, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia and died on 17 Jan 1880.

 
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35. Reginal OGILVY (James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1) was born on 20 Sep 1879 in Toorak, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, died on 2 May 1959, at age 79, and was buried in Kyogle, NSW, Australia.

General Notes: Served in the First World War, Enlisted 12th August 1915, Regiment No. 2061, Driver, Field Artillery Brigade , Returned to Australia 11 August 1917
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OGILVY, Driver Reginald, No. 2061.
Age at enlistment: 37. Religion: Pres. Single. Farmer, of Kyogle, Richmond River, NSW.
Next of kin: Father; James Williamson Ogilvy, of Berwick, Victoria.
Source: 14th Reinforcements, joined Regiment 09 Mar 1916. Trooper - Driver.
Transferred to 13th Field Artillery Brigade, 27 Mar 1916.
Discharged
Notes: (Australia's Fighting Sons of the Empire)



 
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36. Maude OGILVY (James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1) was born on 3 Dec 1880 in Toorak, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, died on 28 Aug 1979 in Armidale, NSW, Australia, at age 98, and was buried in Armidale Cemetery, NSW, Australia.

 
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Maude married Charles Colville Jardine TENNANT , son of Charles TENNANT and Jessie JARDINE , in 1912 in Kyogle, NSW, Australia. Charles was born in 1878 in "Broadmedows" Station, Grafton, NSW, Australia.
 
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37. Mary OGILVY (James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1) was born on 9 Apr 1883 in Caulfield, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, died on 3 Sep 1973 in Tamworth, NSW, Australia, at age 90, and was buried in "Wombalano", "Tiara", Walcha, NSW, Australia. Another name for Mary was May OGILVY.

 
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Mary married Oswald Fenwicke NORTON , son of Edward NORTON and Alice Ann WILKINSON , in Berwick, Victoria, Melbourne, Australia. Oswald was born on 27 Feb 1870 in Tiara, Walcha, NSW, Australia, died on 9 Feb 1932 in Walcha, NSW, Australia, at age 61,and was buried in "Wombalano", "Tiara", Walcha, NSW, Australia. Another name for Oswald was Ossie NORTON.

General Notes: Acknowledgement to Miss Alice Norton and Mrs Joan Norton's Publication "The Norton's of Sussex England and New South Wales Australia"

OSWALD FENWICKE NORTON. was born at “Tiara” on Feb 27th 1870. He was educated at TA.S. Armidale and T.K.S. at Parramatta 1886-1887. He married Mary Ogilvy 9th April 1883 in Berwick Vic. (Of whom presently).

THE FAMILY OF OSWALD AND MARY NORTON
OSWALD NORTON (the ninth child of Edward and Alice Norton), was born at “Tiara” in 1870. He Married Mary Oglivy in 1893 in Bcrwick Victoria. He managed the office of the tick gate on the Old. Border for some time, and worked at Kyogle and other places till they went to Glen Innes in 1918 and bought a place which they called “Berwick”, a few miles out of town. In 1928 they returned to “Tiara” to take up his share of the station, which they called “Wombalano”, and built a house there, where his family still lives, (1993). They had five children, three sons and two daughters. Oswald died on 9th February 1932, getting through a fence with a loaded gun, at “Wombalano”, while on his way to shoot a hawk in the fowl yard. Mary lived on for some years and died in a Nursing Home in Tamworth 3/9/73 in her 90th year. She was buried beside her husband Oswald. in the family cemetery at “Wombalano” (formerly a portion of “Tiara”).

Noted events in his life were:

• Occupation: Farmer, Walcha District, NSW Australia.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 58 M    i. Eric Oswald NORTON was born on 19 Sept 1909 in Kyogle, NSW, Australia, died on 25 Sep 1943 in Word War 2 in New Guinea, at age 34, and was buried in Finschhafen War Cemetery.

+ 59 F    ii. Mary NORTON

+ 60 M    iii. Arthur Edward NORTON was born on 15 Feb 1915 in Maitland, NSW, Australia and died on 6 Aug 2001 in Cudal, NSW, Australia, at age 86.

+ 61 M    iv. Jack NORTON was born on 18 Sep 1920 in Glen Innes, NSW, Australia, was christened in Tiara Church, Walcha, NSW, Australia, died on 23 Mar 1986 in "Wombalano", "Tiara", Walcha, NSW, Australia, at age 65, and was buried in "Wombalano", "Tiara", Walcha, NSW, Australia.

+ 62 F    v. Janet NORTON was born on 7 May 1922 in Glen Innes, NSW, Australia and died on 12 Feb 1996 in Walcha, NSW, Australia, at age 73.

 
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38. James OGILVY (James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1) was born on 7 Jul 1885 in Caulfield, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia and died on 2 Aug 1915 in Pope's Hill, Gallippoli, at age 30.

General Notes: ==== Found on the Web Site of "Commonwealth War Graves Commission" ====

Debt of Honour Register
In Memory of

JAMES OGILVY

Trooper
423
2nd, Australian Light Horse

who died on
Monday 2 August 1915 .

Additional Information:
Son of James W. and Elizabeth C. Ogilvy, of "Airlie," Wills St., Glen Iris, Victoria, Australia. Native of Caulfield, Victoria.

Cemetery:SHRAPNEL VALLEY CEMETERYTurkey
Grave or Reference Panel Number:Sp. Mem. B. 8.
Location:Shrapnel Valley (or Shrapnel Gully) runs from the west side of the Lone Pine Plateau, behind Maclagan's Ridge, South-westwards to the sea near Hell Spit (Queensland Point).

Historical Information:The eight month campaign in Gallipoli was fought by Commonwealth and French forces in an attempt to force Turkey out of the war, to relieve the deadlock of the Western Front in France and Belgium, and to open a supply route to Russia through the Dardanelles and the Black Sea. The Allies landed on the peninsula on 25-26 April 1915; the 29th Division at Cape Helles in the south and the Australian and New Zealand Corps north of Gaba Tepe on the west coast, an area soon known as Anzac. Shrapnel Valley was an essential road from the beach up to the Anzac front and took its name from the heavy shelling it was given by the Turks on 26 April 1915. Wells were sunk there and water obtained in small quantities, and there were camps and depots on the south side of its lower reaches. Gun positions were made near its mouth. The cemetery was made mainly during the occupation, but some isolated graves were brought in from the valley after the Armistice. There are now 683 Commonwealth servicemen buried or commemorated in this cemetery. 85 of the burials are unidentified but special memorials commemorate 23 casualties known or believed to be buried among them.

Noted events in his life were:

• Military Service: Private No.423, 2nd Light Horse Regiment, 1915, Gallippoli.

• Education: Grammer School, Berwick, Victoria, Australia.

• Occupation: Farmer before joining the Army.
 
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39. Frank Gordon OGILVY (James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1) was born on 26 May 1887 in Caulfield, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, died on 2 Jun 1968 in Kingaroy District, Queensland, Australia, at age 81, and was buried in Kingaroy, Queensland, Australia.

Noted events in his life were:

• Occupation: Farmer, Kingaroy District, Queensland, Australia.

• Cremated: 1968, Mt.Gravatt, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.
 
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Frank married Sarah Emily ANDREW , daughter of William ANDREW and Emily Reid HARTMAN , on 7 Jul 1920 in Kyogle, NSW, Australia. Sarah was born on 3 Jul 1900 in Shepparton, Victoria, Australia, died on 20 Mar 1993 in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, at age 92,and was buried in Kingaroy District, Queensland, Australia.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 63 M    i. David William OGILVY

+ 64 F    ii. Joan Constance OGILVY

+ 65 M    iii. Lesie Gordon OGILVY was born on 8 May 1928 in Kingaroy, Queensland, Australia and died on 17 Jan 1998, at age 69.

40. Ruby Millicent OGILVY (James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1) was born on 26 Dec 1889 in Berwick, Victoria, Melbourne, Australia and died in Feb 1929, at age 39.

Ruby married Thomas Leslie ALLEN .

Children from this marriage were:

+ 66 F    i. Joyce ALLEN .

+ 67 M    ii. Gerald ALLEN .

+ 68 M    iii. Ronald James ALLEN was born on 5 May 1909 in Mintip, Victoria, Australia.

+ 69 M    iv. James Leslie ALLEN was born in 1913 in Warwick, Queensland, Australia, died on 27 Jul 1942 in "War", Middle East, (Vc Award), at age 29, and was buried in El Alamein War Cemetery, Grave 6A4.

+ 70 F    v. Lorna Flora ALLEN was born in 1918 in Kyogle, NSW, Australia, died on 7 Sep 1997 in Warwick, Queensland, Australia, at age 79, and was buried on 11 Sep 1997 in Nerang, Queensland, Australia.

+ 71 M    vi. John Ogilvy ALLEN was born on 25 May 1923 in Balina, NSW, Australia, died on 19 Feb 1945 in England, at age 21, and was buried in Feb 1945 in Haycombe Cemetery, England.

41. Harold OGILVY (James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1) was born on 26 Dec 1889 in Berwick, Victoria, Melbourne, Australia and died on 23 Jan 1890 in Berwick, Victoria, Melbourne, Australia.

 
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42. Stanley Douglas OGILVY (James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1) was born on 23 Jan 1895 in Berwick, Victoria, Melbourne, Australia, died on 28 Oct 1985 in Kyogle, NSW, Australia, at age 90, and was buried in Kyogle, NSW, Australia.

Noted events in his life were:

• Occupation: Farmer, Kyogle, NSW, Australia.
 
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Stanley married Noema Ethel Gladys BURSLE , daughter of Thomas Charles BURSLE and Phoebe COOPER , in 1919 in Kyogle, NSW, Australia. Noema was born in 1897 in Junee, NSW, Australia, died on 12 Oct 1967 in Kyogle, NSW, Australia, at age 70,and was buried in Kyogle, NSW, Australia. Another name for Noema was Queenie Noema BURSLE.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 72 F    i. Olive Joy OGILVY was born on 17 Mar 1920 in Kyogle, NSW, Australia, died on 3 Mar 2003 in Nerang, Queensland, Australia, at age 82, and was buried on 10 Mar 2003 in Kyogle, NSW, Australia.

+ 73 M    ii. Raymond OGILVY

 
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43. Marjorie Isabel OGILVY (James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1) was born on 29 Dec 1900 in Berwick, Victoria, Melbourne, Australia, died on 7 Sep 1997 in Armidale, NSW, Australia, at age 96, and was buried in Armidale Cemetery, NSW, Australia.

General Notes: MARJORIE ISOBEL DARBY
1900-1997

Marjorie Isobel Darby was born on the 29th December 1900 to James Williamson and Alice Olive Ogilvy. Her Grandfather David Ogilvy came to Victoria in 1841 from Scotland, one of the Ogilvy Clan ( The House of Arlie) his brother being the Earl of Airle. David was appointed by the British Government the present the Crown in legal affairs in Victoria, he was the first President of The Law Institute and President of The Presbyterian Church of Victoria, and the passenger in the first train that ran in Victoria.

Her Father James Williamson Ogilvy was born in St Kilda in 1843, the first white child in St Kilda, he was educated at Scots College and at the time of his death was the oldest college boy at that time. After his fathers death in Scotland 1871 ( when he survived a trip after being wrecked rounding The Cape of Good Hope), his father died from these effects of being shipped wrecked.

James W. Ogilvy was appointed by his mother to look after family affairs while she took the rest of the family home for a trip to Scotland. James remained in Melbourne and invested her money in property (land) (very successfully) in some of the main streets of Melbourne. Later he became implicated in the big importing firm Henty & Co., he had his own office. I remember the brass plate with his name on it. James W. used to say when he was a boy he ran from St Kilda to Port Melbourne, and that there was scarcely any houses in those areas. His first homes were at Toorak & Caulfield when he married Charlotte Elizabeth Howe. Later from there he moved to Berwick to a small property called "Woorarra", which of Marjorie's early memories of a old country home with lovely orchard of beautiful fruit trees, good horses-sheep and her first pony, a half breed Shetland she called "Jack". James Ogilvy went from Woorarra" to Melbourne to attend business several days a week.

After his first wife Elizabeth died in 1890 he married a second time to Alice Olive Nelson and in 1895 Stanley Douglas Ogilvy was born and on the 29th December 1900 Marjorie Isabel Ogilvy was born. She was the youngest of thirteen.

When she was aged about three her mother was killed in horse and buggy accident. In 1903 her father James W. bought land at Kyogle 640 acres. He named the property "Airlie Park" and built a house for his elder children, they operated a dairy farm and grazing property. In 1908 after a year at the Berwick State School, Marjorie and her eldest sister Flora and her brother Douglas travelled from Melbourne to Kyogle, firstly by ship to Sydney then by the coastal ship "Orara" to Bryon Bay and from there by train to Casino and then by horse coach to Kyogle. There she went to Kyogle Public school, rode a pony called "Barney" 4 miles to school each day and attended school and in those days the North Coast was always wet from late February to end of March, rain hail or shine we went to school wearing an oil skin coat and bare feet. The School Headmaster Mr. Gerry Fegan who came from Ireland was a very good teacher. Marjorie learnt more from him thant she did at boarding school. Mrs Fegan was her sewing teacher
Marjorie remembered that the school days started with the bell, pupils would fall into lines, there was either marching music or piano, and they would sing a little song to start the day of schooling. She recalls that the boys found holes in the walls of the classroom and they would pass the cane across and out the holes to get rid of the cane from the classroom.

In 1914 she was sent to boarding school at "Oberwyl" at St Kilda in Melbourne. This was certainly a change from life in the country. She found it rather restrictive after having lived a country life, and felt that the girls were not trusted enough, and was always in trouble for not doing the correct thing and those crocodile walks???, the gloves , galoshes and umbrellas were always a source of trouble. Only the time she enjoyed were the weekends when she used to go to Berwick to her father by tram from St Kilda (cable tram) to Flinders Street Railway Station then train to Berwick. She hated boarding school after living at Kyogle and riding 4 miles to school on horse back every day. In 1916 she returned to Kyogle at the time the war was continuing. Three of her brothers had enlisted at the outbreak of war- Arthur ( Bore War & 1st War, Gallipoli, Middle Page 3 East), Reginald (artillery in very wet winter) and Jim ( who was killed on Gallipoli at Loan Pine), Arthur was Captain in rank at retirement.

Towards the end of the World War 1 the families started to marry and the property "Airlie Park" was sold for Solder Settlement and the family all went their separate ways. Frank and Reginald took up land at Kingaroy and began growing peanuts, corn etc. Marjorie went to stay with her sister Maude and her husband Charles Tennant at their property "Ogilvy" about 60 miles from Goondiwindi. During that time she helped with mustering and other jobs. It was there the book keeper from Wyagga Station, 7miles away rode over to tell us "War 1" had ended several days ago. Times were grim and drought made life hard with cattle dying as in those days the re was no means of moving them quickly. Later her sister and husband moved to another property out Milmeran way, that is where she saw the best stockman handle wild cattle, throw & tie t hem better than at any rodeos. The mail was brought out once a week per horse and pack horse , the delivery man was a wonderful mail man, carried all sorts of things for people even brooms and even a hat for some of the women folk, which he wore as means to carrying it. She remembers when her sister and husband from Queensland drove a buggy and pair of horses to Glen Innes and took them to Mole station 20miles out of Tenterfield, she road her pony from Glen Innes with them, camping one night at Deepwater Race Course enroute

She became governess to the Blaxland children at "Wellanbah" about 12 miles out of Limbri ( t heir grandfather was the Blaxland who crossed the Blue mountains with Lawson and Wentworth ) . One of pupils Greg. Used to visit her in Armidale. The memories of Barbara, a little girl of 2-1/2 riding old Dandy as far as the wool shed hill then turn and bring her home in spite of Barbara kicking him to go further. Also she was Governess to the Wiseman's and Bowman Famil ies.

Later she took various jobs as lady help and helped run a tea room (general refreshmen ts) at Merriwa. While there they had a dredful dust storm, so violent the wind blew the roof off Campbell & Co's big store, dust so thick and so dark they all had to light kerosene lamps to see with. After the storm had to use shovels to clear away the dust and grit fro m though out the house. A tub of washing full of wet clothes were just mud.

After leaving Merriwa she went to Gympie to help her sister Ruby who had a large family because she wasn't well. Gympie was a very pretty place and their home was on a hill 6 miles awa y over looking Gympie and a lovely view of the Mary River Valley and the main train lines.

After she decided to go nursing at Renwick Hospital for infants. It was in Summer Hill, Sydney, she found the work interesting especially the Outpatients Department at Harris Street close to Sydney Central Railway Station. The Hospital was run by The Benevolent Society where Honorary Doctors gave their services free.

Marjorie was a friend of one of the sister of the Darby's who had been working as lady help to Mrs Norton (May Ogilvy) in Glen Innes and was invited for holidays at "Coolanbilla" Spring Ridge Quirindi where she spent many happy holidays. This is where she met her husband George. She married George Edward Darby on the 8th September 1928 at the Quirindi Presbyterian Church then moved to Singleton where George began a motor trading business. During that time Jim and Colin were born. It was depression time so they moved to Maitland and after 21/2 years onto Armidale where Malcolm was born. George went into partnership with Humphries Bailey and Darby and later started the motor business of Darby and Sons,

Nanna and pop Darby's home in Garibaldi Street was haven for her many grandchildren as they grew up. School holidays at Nanna's were sleeping in big feathery beds, tank loaf cut into large slices, riding on Pop's mini locomotive through the back yard, collecting pansie s from the garden. Christmas lunch with fruit punch and pudding, collecting eggs, climbing the mulberry tree and eating home preserved fruit. All the simple things in life where such fun at Nanna's place.

There was actually one Christmas where Nana said to Richard Torbay "why give expensive toys when you can give them a hammer and nails to play with"

Marjorie was a keen gardener, she was the Patron and a active member of The Armidale Garden C lub., and displayed her flowers at the local show each year.

Her love of animals saw many family dogs, a pony and two donkeys join the family. She became a celebrity in the streets of Armidale where she drove a cart pulled by her donkeys Charlie Brown and Danny Boy. As she made her way through the streets of Armidale many children would climb aboard for a ride. Nana Darby and her donkeys were frequent guests at the local school fetes and other chartable functions. She was a Charter Member of the Australian Donkey Association, a photo of her and her donkeys took pride and place on the Association's official letter head.

She had the privilege of remaining in the comfort of her own home till earlier this year with the support and care of her youngest son Malcolm.

Richard Torbay (Grandson in Law to Marjorie) - husband of Rosemary (Netta and Colins Daughter ) gave the Eulogy at her service and related that when he first met this remarkable women in her late 70's and was introduced to her after she had climbed down from a mulberry tree to shake his hand.

His perhaps highlights Marjorie's attitude to life in living to it to the fullest. She cotributed so much to so many for almost 97 years.

Register of births from the family Bilble ( in the safe keeping with David Ogilvy).
1. Arthur James 22nd March 1875
2. David 22nd March 1875
3. Flora Elizabeth 15th November 1877
4. Albert (died at birth)
5. Reginal 20th September1879 (twin to Albert)
6. Maude 3rd December 1880
7. Mary (May) 9th April 1883
8. James 7th July 1885
9. Frank Gordon 26th May 1887
10. Harold (died at birth)
11. Ruby Millicent 26th December 1889 (twin to Harold)
12. Stanley Douglas 23rd January 1895
13. Marjorie Isobel 29th December 1900


 
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Marjorie married George Edward DARBY , son of Francis Wilson DARBY and Amelia MERCER , on 8 Sep 1928 in Quirindi, NSW, Australia. George was born on 25 Mar 1888 in "Cattle Creek", Quirindi, NSW, Australia, died on 3 Oct 1979 in Armidale, NSW, Australia, at age 91,and was buried in Armidale Cemetery, NSW, Australia.

General Notes: Early in his younger days worked in a Chemist Shop in the Southern area of the State and the wage was five shillings per week from which he paid his board and lodgings and still had money to spend. Later on worked in a bakery bread shop and

George in his following years carried out "Water Bore" drilling around the Liverpool Plains and to day some of the bores are still supplying water.

At Spring Ridge George worked with his brother Cam Darby in his "Black Smithing" shop where they shod Clydesdale Horses and carried out repairs to Transport Wagons. Some of these repairs covered fitting new Steel Tyres to the wheels of waggons.

Later on He was evolved driving horse drawn wagons to transport bagged wheat and wool bales from the properties of the Liverpool Plains to the railhead.

He was a keen photographer and there is a few photos taken by him in the New England Heritage Centre [Armidale] that were developed from/off glass slides showing horse drawn waggons bogged to the axles in the main street of Spring Ridge.

Later on after he married Marjorie they moved to Singleton where he was in the Motor Repair Industry and then moved to Maitland and in 1936 moved to Armidale. At Armidale a Partnership was formed with Sid Humphries, and Gordon Bailey and the Darby's. They called it "The City Garage".

Hobbies;
George had a gift in constructing Model Steam Trains. He constructed a 2 1/2" Pacific locomotive, then, however after not performing as it should bought plans and constructed a 5" Pacific Locomotive. This was a success and entertained all his grandchildren giving them rides. They all remember this with the coal smoke and ash flowing over them with them receiving ash in their eyes.

Sport Activities;
Rifle Shooting. Achieved 28th place in the "Kings" competition in 1927 and was awarded Kings Badge. In earlier days was known with a nick name of "Dibbs". George Cochrane of Armidale mentioned that the "Show" Side shows would close up when they saw him coming as no matter which gun they gave him he made it shoot straight and took all the prizes from their stands. In those days he won numerous prizes in rifle shooting through out the North of NSW

Noted events in his life were:

• Occupation: Motor Engineer, Armidale, NSW, Australia.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 74 M    i. James Ronald DARBY

+ 75 M    ii. Henry Colin DARBY

+ 76 M    iii. Malcolm Ogilvy DARBY

44. Geoffrey Alan OGILVY (John William17, David4, David2, Alexander1) was born on 11 Oct 1890 in Brighton, Victoria, Australia and died about Jul 1917 in England, about age 26.

45. John CURWEN (Elizabeth Catherine OGILVY20, David4, David2, Alexander1) was born in 1887 in Armadale, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.

46. Elizabeth Ogilvy CURWEN (Elizabeth Catherine OGILVY20, David4, David2, Alexander1) was born in 1889 in Armadale, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia and died in 1976 in Hawthorn, Victoria, Australia, at age 87.

47. Frederick Edward CURWEN (Elizabeth Catherine OGILVY20, David4, David2, Alexander1) was born in 1891 in Armadale, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.

48. Hugh Philp CURWEN (Elizabeth Catherine OGILVY20, David4, David2, Alexander1) was born in 1895 in Creswick, Victoria, Australia and died in 1963 in France, at age 68.

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49. John Ogilvy SIMMONS (Catherine OGILVY26, David14, David4, David2, Alexander1)

John married Mary Kathleen O'DRESEOLL .

Children from this marriage were:

+ 77 M    i. David SIMMONS

+ 78 F    ii. Helen SIMMONS

+ 79 F    iii. Julie SIMMONS

+ 80 F    iv. Rhonda SIMMONS

50. Athol Ogilvy SIMMONS (Catherine OGILVY26, David14, David4, David2, Alexander1)

51. Ronald Ogilvy SIMMONS (Catherine OGILVY26, David14, David4, David2, Alexander1) was born on 19 Sep 1918 in St.Kilda, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia and died in 1971, at age 53.

Noted events in his life were:

• Military Service: National Archives of Australia =
Service Number - V50136 : Date of birth - 19 Sep 1918 : Place of birth - ST KILDA VIC : Place of enlistment - ARMADALE VIC : Next of Kin - SIMMONS ARCHIBALD

52. David OGILVY (David27, David14, David4, David2, Alexander1)

David married Marjorie .

53. Birtha OGILVY (David27, David14, David4, David2, Alexander1)

Birtha married Stanley KEMP . Stanley KEMP died on 20 Apr 2001 in Drouin, Victoria, Australia.

54. Eric OGILVY (David27, David14, David4, David2, Alexander1)

Eric married Thelma .

The child from this marriage was:

+ 81 F    i. Faye OGILVY

55. Clifford David RILEY (Emily Beatrice OGILVY30, David14, David4, David2, Alexander1)

Clifford married To Be Named .

Children from this marriage were:

+ 82 F    i. Deborah RILEY

+ 83 F    ii. Leigh RILEY

+ 84 F    iii. Megan RILEY

+ 85 M    iv. Mark RILEY

56. Marilyn Beatrice RILEY (Emily Beatrice OGILVY30, David14, David4, David2, Alexander1)

Marilyn married Alan BUCHANAN .

57. Jean OGILVY (Arthur James31, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1)

Jean married Werner FRANK .
 
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58. Eric Oswald NORTON (Mary OGILVY37, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1) was born on 19 Sept 1909 in Kyogle, NSW, Australia, died on 25 Sep 1943 in Word War 2 in New Guinea, at age 34, and was buried in Finschhafen War Cemetery.

General Notes: Acknowledgement to Miss Alice Norton and Mrs Joan Norton's Publication "The Norton's of Sussex England and New South Wales Australia"

ERIC OSWALD NORTON b. 1909, [Eldest Son] was educated at TA.S., and went home to look after “Wombalano” for his mother, after his father died in 1932. He joined the Light Horse in 1939 and rose to rank of Captain in the A.I.F in the second World War and was killed in New Guinea and buried in Lae War Cemetery in 1943. He married Joan Dorothea Dunlop in 1942.

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==== Found on the Web Site of "Commonwealth War Graves Commission" ====

Son of Oswald Fenwick Norton and Mary Norton; husband of Joan Dorethea Gunning Norton, of Debt of Honour Register In Memory of ERIC OSWALD NORTON Captain NX34884 A.I.F. 2/17 Bn., Australian Infantry who died on Saturday 25 September 1943 . Age 33 . Walcha, New South Wales.
LAE WAR CEMETERY Papua New Guinea
EE. D. 7.
Lae is a town and port at the mouth of the Markham River on the Huon Gulf. Lae War Cemetery is located adjacent to the Botanical Gardens in the centre of Lae. Within the cemetery will be found the Lae Memorial, commemorating officers and men of the Royal Australian Army, the Australian Merchant Navy and the Royal Australian Air Force who lost their lives in operations in the area and who have no known grave.
In the air Japan enjoyed a crushing superiority in the early months of 1942, and it was Lae and its neighbouring airfields that were the objects of the first Japanese attack on New Guinea. Lae and Salamaua were bombed on 21st January, 1942, by 100 planes, but the land forces did not enter the territory until 7th March, when 3,000 Japanese landed at Lae. There were landings too, at Salamaua, followed on 21st July by further landings at Buna and Gona on the east coast in preparation for a drive through the Owen Stanley Mountains across the Papuan peninsula to Port Moresby. The vital stage of the New Guinea campaign dates from that time. Lae became one of the bases from which the southward drive was launched and maintained until it was stopped at Ioribaiwa Ridge, a point within 60 kilometres of Port Moresby. Lae War Cemetery was commenced in 1944 by the Australian Army Graves Service, from whom it was taken over by the Imperial War Graves Commission in September 1947. This 1939-1945 War Cemetery contains the graves of men who lost their lives during the New Guinea campaign. They were brought here from the temporary military cemeteries in areas where the fighting took place. The Indian casualties were soldiers of the army of undivided India who had been taken prisoner during the fighting in Malaya and Hong Kong. The great majority of the 420 who are unidentified were recovered between But airfield and Wewak, where they had died while employed in working parties. Of the two men belonging to the army of the United Kingdom, one was attached to 2/9th Australian Infantry Battalion and the other was a member of the Hong Kong-Singapore Royal Artillery. The naval casualties were killed, or died of injuries received, on H.M. Ships King George V, Glenearn and Empire Arquebus, and the four men of the Merchant Navy were killed when the S.S. Gorgon was bombed and damaged in Milne Bay in April 1943. In this cemetery is the Lae Memorial, which commemorates officers and men of the Australian Army, the Australian Merchant Navy and the Royal Australian Air Force who lost their lives in these operations and have no known grave. It takes the form of bronze tablets fixed to walls linking the end columns of the colonnade, upon which are engraved the names. Casualties of the Royal Australian Navy who lost their lives in the south-western Pacific region, and have no known grave but the sea, are commemorated on Plymouth Naval Memorial in England along with many of their comrades of the Royal Navy and of other Commonwealth Naval Forces. Prior to the 1914-1918 War north-eastern New Guinea and certain adjacent islands were German possessions, and were occupied by Australian Forces on 12th September 1914. Several cemeteries in New Guinea contain the graves of men who died during that war. There is one such grave in Lae War Cemetery, brought in from a burial ground where permanent maintenance could not be assured.

Noted events in his life were:

• Military Service: Captain No. NX 34884, 2/17 Aust Inf Bn.
Eric Joined the Light Horse in 1939 = Action on the date of his death was concentrated around Finschhafen, on the north coast of New Guinea
Nationaall Archive of Australia =
Place of enlistment - PADDINGTON NSW
Service Number - N78698

• Employment: A grazier in Goulburn, NSW. Australia.

Eric married Joan Dorothea Gunning DUNLOP in 1942 in Goulburn, NSW, Australia. Joan was born on 27 Jan 1918 and died on 23 Mar 1987, at age 69.

Noted events in their marriage were:

• Marriage: NSW Registry of BDM 5753/1941

59. Mary NORTON (Mary OGILVY37, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1)

Mary married Leonard Henry EARLE .

Children from this marriage were:

+ 86 F    i. Mary Leonie EARLE

+ 87 F    ii. Diana Janice EARLE

+ 88 M    iii. Leonard Anthony EARLE

60. Arthur Edward NORTON (Mary OGILVY37, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1) was born on 15 Feb 1915 in Maitland, NSW, Australia and died on 6 Aug 2001 in Cudal, NSW, Australia, at age 86. Another name for Arthur was Chubs NORTON.

General Notes: Acknowledgement to Miss Alice Norton and Mrs Joan Norton's Publication "The Norton's of Sussex England and New South Wales Australia"

ARTHUR EDWARD NORTON (Chubbs) [Their Second Son] was born on Feb 15th 1915 and was educated in Maitland, while staying with his Aunt Ethel Waller at “Waleringa”. He looked after “Wombalano” for his Mother while his brothers were away at war, and married Joan Dorothea Norton, (born 27/1/1918), the widow of his brother Eric, on the 9th March 1945. They lived in another house on Chubbs share of “Wombalano” and called it “Derryackie”. They had one daughter and two sons, all born in Walcha … Annabelle Mary b. 14th Nov. 1946, Andrew Edward Cunningham Norton b. 4th Oct. 1948 and William James Ogilvy Norton b. 31st July 1951. Chubbs sold “Derryackie” to the Crossing family in 1973, and moved to “Ross Glen” and lived there for some time, before moving to the Old Bank Building in Cudal, near their son Andrew and his family. They later bought “Rosebank”, Spring Terrace, near Orange, where Joan died on 23rd March 1987, from lung cancer. Chubbs sold out to his daughter Annabelle and her husband Ian Mactier, and went to live at North Haven, near Port Macquarie till 1992, where he bought five acres at John's River, with enough room for his ponies, which he drove in sulky and harness competitions.

Noted events in his life were:

• Occupation: Farmer/Grazier in the Walcha District, NSW, Australia.

• Military Service: National Archives of Australia =
Service Number - N575
Place of enlistment - WALCHA NSW2
Echelon, Army Headquarters
Date registered 2 Oct 1987

Arthur married Joan Dorothea Gunning DUNLOP in 1945 in Tamworth, NSW, Australia. Joan was born on 27 Jan 1918 and died on 23 Mar 1987, at age 69.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 89 F    i. Annabelle Mary NORTON

+ 90 M    ii. Andrew Edward Cunningham NORTON

+ 91 M    iii. William James Ogilvy NORTON

 
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61. Jack NORTON (Mary OGILVY37, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1) was born on 18 Sep 1920 in Glen Innes, NSW, Australia, was christened in Tiara Church, Walcha, NSW, Australia, died on 23 Mar 1986 in "Wombalano", "Tiara", Walcha, NSW, Australia, at age 65, and was buried in "Wombalano", "Tiara", Walcha, NSW, Australia.

General Notes: Acknowledgement to Miss Alice Norton and Mrs Joan Norton's Publication "The Norton's of Sussex England and New South Wales Australia"

JACK NORTON [The third son of Oswald and Mary,] was born in Glen lnnes on 18th Sept. 1920. His father died when Jack was eight years old, so his older brothers had most to do with his upbringing. He and his younger sister Jan, had a governess and they went to Boggy Creek School near “Highrent”, riding their horses there every day. Jack later went to TA.S. in Armidale and then went jackerooing for H. T Morse at “Franxton”, Collarenabri, and while there he joined the 25th Light Horse. He left “Franxton” at the end of 1938 and was transferred to the 12th Light Horse and did a three month camp at “Gostwyck” near Uralla. He then joined the A.I.F. in 2/1st Machine Gun Battalion, 6th Division and went overseas in 1940, serving in the Middle East, New Guinea and Borneo.

He worked on “Wornbalano” for the family till it was split up and he took his portion and lived in the homestead when his mother went to Port Macquarie to live. On 31st August 1950 he married Joan Leah (b, 26/11/25) eldest child of Frank Leah of “Gienmore” Scone and the late Hazel Leah. Jack worked the place till he made over all but 110 acres to their son Timothy in 1974. 1-Ic had joined the D.M.R. and worked for them till he retired in 1985.

Jack and Joan were both interested in youth organisations and were original leaders when the Cub Pack was formed in Walcha. They were on the committee of the Walcha Riding Club from its inauguration till their children grew up. Joan was President of the Ladies Committee of the P.A & H. Society for 15 years and was awarded Life Membership of the Show Society. Joan was also declared the Citizen of the Year for the Walcha District in 1993. Jack was a Rotarian for many years and only resigned when he joined the D.M.R., because being away from home so much made it hard to attend meetings.

Jack was always mechanically minded and was keen on flying and had done quite a lot of Gliding. He died at 'Wombalano” front gate (23/3/86), when he was hit by the propeller of the gyrocopter which he had just finished building. He was buried in the Norton family cemetery on “Wombalano”, near his parents Oswald and Mary.
Jack and Joan had three children:­

Noted events in his life were:

• Military Service: National Archives of Australia = and =
Commonwealth Department of Veterans Affairs =
Date of enlistment 3rd September 1940
Place of enlistment - Tamworth NSW
Date of Discharge 23rd January 1946
Posting at Discharge = 2/1 Machine Gun Battalion
Service Number - NX41377

• Occupation: Farmer/Grazier in the Walcha District, NSW, Australia.
 
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Jack married Joan LEAH , daughter of Frank LEAH and Hazel , on 31 Aug 1950. Joan was born on 26 Nov 1925 in Cobar, NSW, Australia and died on 25 May 2001 in Tamworth, NSW, Australia, at age 75.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 92 M    i. Timothy David NORTON

+ 93 M    ii. Michael John NORTON

+ 94 F    iii. Betsy Louise NORTON

 
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62. Janet NORTON (Mary OGILVY37, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1) was born on 7 May 1922 in Glen Innes, NSW, Australia and died on 12 Feb 1996 in Walcha, NSW, Australia, at age 73.

General Notes: Acknowledgement to Miss Alice Norton and Mrs Joan Norton's Publication "The Norton's of Sussex England and New South Wales Australia"

JANET [The fifth Child] b. 7/5/1922 in Glen lanes, was educated at Boggy Creek School near “Highrent”, and later with a governess Joyce Palmer, who later married her Uncle Alf. Janet also went to N.E.G.S. She helped Chubb's on “Womhalano” while her brothers were at the war, and took over her share of the place when the war was over.
She and her brother Jack were very good friends and were great riders winning many ribbons at Shows and Rodeos in the area. She married Philip Anthony Koebel (a jackeroo on “Womhalano”, who was here from England to buy some land),
On the 8th November 1950 in Armidale. Philip bought his land next door to Jan's in 1950 and they called it “Cotley”. They had two children:­


 
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Janet married Philp Anthony KOBEL on 8 Nov 1950 in Armidale, NSW, Australia. Philp was born on 24 Jan 1922 in England and died on 2 Jun 2002, at age 80.

Noted events in his life were:

• Occupation: Farmer/Grazier in the Walcha District, NSW, Australia.

• Cremated: Piddingtons Crematoriam, Jun 2002, Armidale, NSW, Australia.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 95 F    i. Pamela Elizabeth KOBEL

+ 96 M    ii. Charles Eric KOBEL

63. David William OGILVY (Frank Gordon39, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1)

David married Dorothy Rose THOMAS , daughter of Henry THOMAS and Emily MARSHAL .

Children from this marriage were:

+ 97 F    i. Suzanne Gail OGILVY

+ 98 M    ii. James OGILVY was born on 1 Jul 1955 in Kingaroy, Queensland, Australia and died on 15 Sep 1958 in Kingaroy, Queensland, Australia, at age 3.

+ 99 M    iii. John Craig OGILVY

64. Joan Constance OGILVY (Frank Gordon39, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1)

Joan married Ernest Christopher SWENDSON . Ernest was born on 24 Nov 1911 in Condobolin, NSW, Australia and died on 25 Apr 1996 in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, at age 84.

Noted events in his life were:

• Military Service: National Archives of Australia =
Service Number - QX17542
Place of enlistment - KELVIN GROVE QLD

Children from this marriage were:

+ 100 M    i. Russell Christopher SWENDSON was born on 1 Jul 1948 in Emerald, Victoria, Australia and died on 22 Jul 1985 in Glenwaverley, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, at age 37.

+ 101 M    ii. Graeme John SWENDSON was born on 25 Apr 1951 in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia and died on 30 Aug 1973 in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, at age 22.

65. Lesie Gordon OGILVY (Frank Gordon39, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1) was born on 8 May 1928 in Kingaroy, Queensland, Australia and died on 17 Jan 1998, at age 69.

Lesie married Dell MAGENSEN .

Children from this marriage were:

+ 102 F    i. Maree OGILVY

+ 103 F    ii. Kay OGILVY

66. Joyce ALLEN (Ruby Millicent OGILVY40, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1).

Joyce married Zoe HALPEN .

67. Gerald ALLEN (Ruby Millicent OGILVY40, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1).

Gerald married Betty CHRISTMAS .

Children from this marriage were:

+ 104 M    i. John ALLEN

+ 105 F    ii. Julie ALLEN

+ 106 F    iii. Leigh ALLEN died about 1977.

+ 107 F    iv. Jan ALLEN

+ 108 M    v. Peter ALLEN

68. Ronald James ALLEN (Ruby Millicent OGILVY40, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1) was born on 5 May 1909 in Mintip, Victoria, Australia.

Noted events in his life were:

• Military Service: World War Two Nominal Roll. National Archived of Australia =
Service Number - VX87326 - Place of enlistment - Date of Enlistment, 27 Jul 1942- Locality on Enlistment, BRIGHTON BEACH, VIC- Place of Enlistment, IN THE FIELD, WA - Next of Kin, ALLEN, RUBY - Date of Discharge, 11 Dec 1945 - Rank, Warrant Officer Class 2 - Posting at Discharge, 5 AUSTRALIAN INFANTRY BATTALION

69. James Leslie ALLEN (Ruby Millicent OGILVY40, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1) was born in 1913 in Warwick, Queensland, Australia, died on 27 Jul 1942 in "War", Middle East, (Vc Award), at age 29, and was buried in El Alamein War Cemetery, Grave 6A4.

General Notes: ==== Found on the Web Site of "Commonwealth War Graves Commission" ====

JAMES LESLIE ALLEN MC

Captain
WX3305
A.I.F. 2/28 Bn., Australian Infantry

who died on
Monday 27 July 1942 . Age 29 .

Additional Information: Son of Thomas Leslie and Ruby Millicent Allen; husband of Queenie Lakeman Allen, of Tara, Queensland, Australia.
Cemetery:EL ALAMEIN WAR CEMETERYEgypt
Grave or Reference Panel Number:A III. E. 6.
Location:Alamein is a village, bypassed by the main coast road, approximately 130 kilometres west of Alexandria on the road to Mersa Matruh. The first Commission road direction sign is located just beyond the Alamein police checkpoint and all visitors should turn off from the main road onto the parallel old coast road. The cemetery lies off the road, slightly beyond a ridge, and is indicated by road direction signs approximately 25 metres before the low metal gates and stone wing walls which are situated centrally at the road edge at the head of the access path into the cemetery. The Cross of Sacrifice feature may be seen from the road.
Visiting Information:The cemetery is kept open during daylight hours and is staffed by our gardeners Saturday to Thursday 07.30 - 14.30.
Historical Information:The campaign in the Western Desert was fought between the Commonwealth forces (with, later, the addition of two brigades of Free French and one each of Polish and Greek troops) all based in Egypt, and the Axis forces (German and Italian) based in Libya. The battlefield, across which the fighting surged back and forth between 1940 and 1942, was the 1,000 kilometres of desert between Alexandria in Egypt and Benghazi in Libya. It was a campaign of manoeuvre and movement, the objectives being the control of the Mediterranean, the link with the east through the Suez Canal, the Middle East oil supplies and the supply route to Russia through Persia. EL ALAMEIN WAR CEMETERY contains the graves of men who died at all stages of the Western Desert campaigns, brought in from a wide area, but especially those who died in the Battle of El Alamein at the end of October 1942 and in the period immediately before that. The cemetery now contains 7,239 Commonwealth burials of the Second World War, of which 814 are unidentified. There are also 102 war graves of other nationalities. The ALAMEIN CREMATION MEMORIAL, which stands in the south-eastern part of El Alamein War Cemetery, commemorates more than 600 men whose remains were cremated in Egypt and Libya during the war, in accordance with their faith. The entrance to the cemetery is formed by the ALAMEIN MEMORIAL. The Land Forces panels commemorate more than 8,500 soldiers of the Commonwealth who died in the campaigns in Egypt and Libya, and in the operations of the Eighth Army in Tunisia up to 19 February 1943, who have no known grave. It also commemorates those who served and died in Syria, Lebanon, Iraq and Persia. The Air Forces panels commemorate more than 3,000 airmen of the Commonwealth who died in the campaigns in Egypt, Libya, Syria, Lebanon, Iraq, Greece, Crete and the Aegean, Ethiopia, Eritrea and the Somalilands, the Sudan, East Africa, Aden and Madagascar, who have no known grave. Those who served with the Rhodesian and South African Air Training Scheme and have no known grave are also commemorated here.
Additional Notes;
The action he was involved in was undoubtably as follows, from the Aust War Mem: "27 July 1942: Australian soldiers of the 2/28th Battalion took part in a disastrous action against German troops at Ruin Ridge in western Egypt.
The attack was part of a plan to break through German lines south of Tel el Eisa. The Australians quickly reached their objective on Ruin Ridge, but became cut off by enemy posts to their rear. The Australians lost communications and suffered heavy losses in vehicles trying to bring forward ammunition. The Germans were reinforced with infantry and tanks. Facing tank attacks from three sides, the Australians were forced to surrender.Australian losses were 65 killed or wounded and 489 taken prisoner."

Noted events in his life were:

• Military Award: Military Cross for "Amazing courage & leadership" = Died 27.7.42 and Buried 31 Aug 1-Sep 1941. Qld. Mentioned in Despatches and awarded the MC for "Amazing courage & leadership 31 Aug-1 Sep 1941" The award was presented to his Mother, Queenie Allen on the 14.12.1944 at Govt House, Brisbane. Australia.

• Military Service: Captain No. WX 3305, 2/28 Aust Inf Bn, Middle East.

• Occupation: Before joining the RAAF = Clerk, Dalby, Queensland, Australia.

James married Queenie Lakeman WARBY .

The child from this marriage was:

+ 109 M    i. James ALLEN

 
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70. Lorna Flora ALLEN (Ruby Millicent OGILVY40, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1) was born in 1918 in Kyogle, NSW, Australia, died on 7 Sep 1997 in Warwick, Queensland, Australia, at age 79, and was buried on 11 Sep 1997 in Nerang, Queensland, Australia.

 
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Lorna married Arthur Edward EARLE , son of Charles Eden EARLE and Jeanette . Arthur was born on 12 Aug 1913 in Goombungee, Queensland, Australia, died on 26 Feb 1998 in Nerang, Queensland, Australia, at age 84,and was buried in Nerang, Queensland, Australia.

Lorna next married Roy FRY .

71. John Ogilvy ALLEN (Ruby Millicent OGILVY40, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1) was born on 25 May 1923 in Balina, NSW, Australia, died on 19 Feb 1945 in England, at age 21, and was buried in Feb 1945 in Haycombe Cemetery, England.

Noted events in his life were:

• Military Service: Flight Sargent = Piliot 39 RAAF = RAF, 1945, England. National Archives of Australia
Service Number - QX37701
Place of enlistment - GYMPIE QLD
Next of Kin - FRY LORNA

• Military Service: World War Two Nominal Roll. National Archives of Australia =
Service Number - QX37701 : Date of birth - 25 May 1923 : Place of birth - BALLINA NSW : Place of enlistment - GYMPIE QLD : Next of Kin - FRY LORNA
 
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72. Olive Joy OGILVY (Stanley Douglas42, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1) was born on 17 Mar 1920 in Kyogle, NSW, Australia, died on 3 Mar 2003 in Nerang, Queensland, Australia, at age 82, and was buried on 10 Mar 2003 in Kyogle, NSW, Australia.

General Notes: Acknowledgement to John Ogilvy and David Ogilvy who composed the history
of their Aunt, Olive Joy Alcorn [nee Ogilvy]

Eulogy for Monday 10th March 2003

11.00 am St Andrews Church of England Kyogle
Olive was a good friend and companion to us all…

Olive was born Olive Joy Ogilvy to parents Queenie and Doug on 17TH March 1920 at the Private Hospital in Kyogle.

As a young girl, Olive lived with her parents and younger brother, Ray, at Burnbank, their farm at Horsestation Creek. She attended Kyogle Primary and High schools, arriving each day on horseback, accompanied by Ray and their great mate, Ted West.

After leaving school, Olive assisted on the family farm until, in 1943, she left Kyogle to work in the fashion department of Players, a large department store in Brisbane. Her time in the fashion industry must have had a significant impact on Olive because, as we know, she was always a woman of great style and never looked anything less than a million dollars. And if she did, we were only ever short-changed by fifty cents.

On returning from Brisbane, Olive sold war saving certificates at the Kyogle saleyards, and it is here that she met her future husband Vic Alcorn.

Olive & Vic were married at St Andrews Presbyterian church in Kyogle on Friday night of the 17th June 1949. With over 120 guests, it was a dream wedding for Olive, and as one eloquent journalist wrote of the occasion in the Kyogle Examiner - “she was the prettiest bride in Kyogle for quite some time.”

Following their wedding, Olive & Vic built their home on their property, Four Winds, on the Ettrick Range. Olive loved Four Winds. She kept the home immaculate inside and out, and no matter how bad or how long the drought, she always managed to keep her garden alive. She loved gardening.

Olive & Vic continued their pastoral interests at Four Winds for 30 years. During this time, Olive supported Vic with his work and many charities. Her home was always open to all. When anyone drove through the white gates on top of the Ettrick Range, they knew they were in for a good time. Olive welcomed us as family and treated us like royalty. She loved to entertain. Her greatest gift was her generosity.

In 1979 Olive & Vic retired to Geneva where she & Vic continued their involvement with many charities & social organizations. Being the wife of a Charter member of the Kyogle Lions Club, Olive spent many years as a Lions Lady, supporting Vic in his roles as President, Zone Chairman, & Deputy Governor of the District.
In 1969, Vic was on the original walk along the proposed Lions Road and, from that day on, Olive along with the other Lions Ladies worked tirelessly in support of the project until the new road was finally opened.

Olive's generosity kept her active in many other local charities. As well as her commitment to the Lions Club, she hosted many fund raising nights for the Kyogle Show Society, The Spastic Council, Meals on Wheels, and for local entrants in the Miss Australia Quest. She was an active member of the Kyogle Bowling Club and Kyogle Golf Club.

In 1983, the Kyogle Quota Club, during its Golden Jubilee Year, awarded Olive “Quota Club Lady of the Year”, in recognition for her long-standing contribution to the township.

In 1995, Olive & Vic sold their home in Geneva and moved to Earle Haven Retirement Village in Nerang where they made many new and dear friends; and where Olive was soon terrorizing the locals on her electric scooter.

When Vic became seriously ill, he admitted to Hibiscus House Nursing Home. Olive's love and commitment her husband could be demonstrated in no greater way than by her extraordinary dedication to Vic in his last years of life. Even when her own health tormented her, she'd be on her scooter and be up by his bedside every day, three times a day, to help feed and care for him. And such was Olive's unstoppable generosity that, during this time, she became a volunteer carer for Hibiscus House, a valued role that she would continue even after Vic's death.

On the 20th August 2000, Olive farewelled Vic from this life. To say that this was a difficult time for Olive would be to understate their relationship. But it was Olive's tremendous faith, her determination, sense of humour, and her endearing stubbornness that kept her going.

Olive loved her sport. She followed Davis Cup and Wimbledon, the Brisbane Broncos, the Brisbane Bears, but it was leather on willow that really stirred her blood. Olive adored her cricket, and she had a great knowledge of the game, whether it was Sheffield Shield, One Day Series, or Testmatches. But it was the Ashes that she loved. Nothing could tear her away from the radio or television when the Baggy Greens were playing the Poms, not until the last ball was bowled. Next time there's a game of cricket on the television, and the Aussies go up for an appeal, spare a thought for the poor Umpire, because you can bet Olive will be in his ear giving him a bit of sound advice!

Olive relished a joke and she loved a good laugh. She had a sharp wit, a wonderfully disarming nature and a kindness of spirit shared with all who crossed her door. She had an unstoppable sense of occasion, fair play, sportsmanship, and good manners. She had a great sense of family, and maintained a passion for her hometown, Kyogle, and her many friends here.

Olive, you touched all of us with your unending capacity for kindness, love and generosity. Our lives are all the richer for having known you. We will miss you. You will be in our hearts forever …


 
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Olive married Victor Garth ALCORN , son of Herbert Douglas ALCORN and Florence Jane GRAHAM , on 17 Jun 1949 in Kyogle, NSW, Australia. Victor was born on 24 Apr 1918 in Bangalow, NSW, Australia, died on 20 Aug 2000 in Nerang, Queensland, Australia, at age 82,and was buried in Kyogle, NSW, Australia.

Noted events in his life were:

• Occupation: Farmer in the Cattle Industry, Kyogle, NSW, Australia.

73. Raymond OGILVY (Stanley Douglas42, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1)

Raymond married Jill PETERSEN , daughter of Unknown and Esmae PETERSEN .

Children from this marriage were:

+ 110 M    i. David OGILVY

+ 111 M    ii. John OGILVY

74. James Ronald DARBY (Marjorie Isabel OGILVY43, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1)

James married Barbara Anne BUSCH , daughter of John Francis BUSCH and Elizabeth O'CONNOR .

Children from this marriage were:

+ 112 F    i. Judith Anne DARBY

+ 113 M    ii. Anthony James DARBY

+ 114 M    iii. Richard George DARBY

+ 115 M    iv. David Christopher DARBY

James next married Auriol HARE . Auriol HARE died in 1999 in Wauchope, NSW, Australia.

75. Henry Colin DARBY (Marjorie Isabel OGILVY43, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1)

Henry married Netta Gwendolyn WEBB , daughter of Conrad Oliver WEBB and Doris Kathleen BURKE .

Children from this marriage were:

+ 116 F    i. Robyn Annette DARBY

+ 117 M    ii. Peter Conrad DARBY

+ 118 F    iii. Rosemary Elizabeth DARBY

+ 119 M    iv. Stuart Colin DARBY

+ 120 F    v. Margaret Kathleen DARBY

76. Malcolm Ogilvy DARBY (Marjorie Isabel OGILVY43, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1)

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77. David SIMMONS (John Ogilvy SIMMONS49, Catherine OGILVY26, David14, David4, David2, Alexander1)

78. Helen SIMMONS (John Ogilvy SIMMONS49, Catherine OGILVY26, David14, David4, David2, Alexander1)

79. Julie SIMMONS (John Ogilvy SIMMONS49, Catherine OGILVY26, David14, David4, David2, Alexander1)

80. Rhonda SIMMONS (John Ogilvy SIMMONS49, Catherine OGILVY26, David14, David4, David2, Alexander1)

81. Faye OGILVY (Eric54, David27, David14, David4, David2, Alexander1)

82. Deborah RILEY (Clifford David RILEY55, Emily Beatrice OGILVY30, David14, David4, David2, Alexander1)

83. Leigh RILEY (Clifford David RILEY55, Emily Beatrice OGILVY30, David14, David4, David2, Alexander1)

84. Megan RILEY (Clifford David RILEY55, Emily Beatrice OGILVY30, David14, David4, David2, Alexander1)

85. Mark RILEY (Clifford David RILEY55, Emily Beatrice OGILVY30, David14, David4, David2, Alexander1)

86. Mary Leonie EARLE (Mary NORTON59, Mary OGILVY37, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1)

Mary married John Angus LIVINGSTON .

87. Diana Janice EARLE (Mary NORTON59, Mary OGILVY37, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1)

Diana married Peter BLARE .

Children from this marriage were:

+ 121 F    i. Kellie Janice BLARE

+ 122 M    ii. Cameron Charles BLARE

88. Leonard Anthony EARLE (Mary NORTON59, Mary OGILVY37, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1)

Leonard married Bridget Elizabeth BREACH .

Children from this marriage were:

+ 123 F    i. Kathryn Elizabeth EARLE

+ 124 M    ii. Andrew Anthony EARLE

89. Annabelle Mary NORTON (Arthur Edward NORTON60, Mary OGILVY37, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1)

Annabelle married Ian Ross MACTIER .

The child from this marriage was:

+ 125 F    i. Jane Rowena MACTIER

90. Andrew Edward Cunningham NORTON (Arthur Edward NORTON60, Mary OGILVY37, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1)

Andrew married Janet Moray SMITH .

Children from this marriage were:

+ 126 F    i. Annafia Michelle NORTON

+ 127 M    ii. Andrew Robert NORTON

+ 128 M    iii. James Edward NORTON was born on 7 Feb 1980 in Cudal, NSW, Australia and died on 19 Oct 1996 in Orange, NSW, Australia, at age 16.

91. William James Ogilvy NORTON (Arthur Edward NORTON60, Mary OGILVY37, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1)

William married Doris Lorraine COX .

Children from this marriage were:

+ 129 F    i. Cassandra Joan NORTON

+ 130 F    ii. Katrina Margaret NORTON

+ 131 F    iii. Airlie Elizabeth NORTON

+ 132 F    iv. Victoria Louise NORTON

+ 133 M    v. Thomas Arthur NORTON

92. Timothy David NORTON (Jack NORTON61, Mary OGILVY37, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1)

Timothy married Janet Blythe SIEMS , daughter of Ray SIEMS and Helen .

Children from this marriage were:

+ 134 F    i. Danielle Louise NORTON

+ 135 M    ii. James Edward NORTON

+ 136 F    iii. Abby Leah NORTON

+ 137 M    iv. Charles Raymond NORTON

93. Michael John NORTON (Jack NORTON61, Mary OGILVY37, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1)

Michael married Belinda Anne FUTTER , daughter of Richard FUTTER and Judith .

Children from this marriage were:

+ 138 F    i. Alice Claire NORTON

+ 139 M    ii. Oswald Forbes NORTON

94. Betsy Louise NORTON (Jack NORTON61, Mary OGILVY37, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1)

95. Pamela Elizabeth KOBEL (Janet NORTON62, Mary OGILVY37, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1)

96. Charles Eric KOBEL (Janet NORTON62, Mary OGILVY37, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1)

Charles married Browyn Amy BRABHAM-JONES .

Children from this marriage were:

+ 140 F    i. Elizabeth Amy KOBEL

+ 141 M    ii. James Eric KOBEL

97. Suzanne Gail OGILVY (David William63, Frank Gordon39, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1)

Suzanne married Chris ROBINS .

Children from this marriage were:

+ 142 M    i. Mark William ROBINS

+ 143 F    ii. Peta Louise ROBINS

98. James OGILVY (David William63, Frank Gordon39, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1) was born on 1 Jul 1955 in Kingaroy, Queensland, Australia and died on 15 Sep 1958 in Kingaroy, Queensland, Australia, at age 3.

99. John Craig OGILVY (David William63, Frank Gordon39, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1)

100. Russell Christopher SWENDSON (Joan Constance OGILVY64, Frank Gordon39, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1) was born on 1 Jul 1948 in Emerald, Victoria, Australia and died on 22 Jul 1985 in Glenwaverley, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, at age 37.

Russell married Carrol Anne ROWE .

Children from this marriage were:

+ 144 M    i. Angus Scot SWENDSON

+ 145 M    ii. Simon Russell SWENDSON

+ 146 M    iii. Nicholas David SWENDSON was born on 19 Feb 1982 in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia and died on 22 Jul 1985 in Glenwaverley, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, at age 3.

101. Graeme John SWENDSON (Joan Constance OGILVY64, Frank Gordon39, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1) was born on 25 Apr 1951 in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia and died on 30 Aug 1973 in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, at age 22.

102. Maree OGILVY (Lesie Gordon65, Frank Gordon39, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1)

Maree married James HUNTER .

Children from this marriage were:

+ 147 F    i. Shae HUNTER

+ 148 M    ii. Ben HUNTER

+ 149 F    iii. Lani HUNTER

Maree next married Ken WHITING .

103. Kay OGILVY (Lesie Gordon65, Frank Gordon39, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1)

Kay married Rod BARFORD .

Children from this marriage were:

+ 150 F    i. Leah BARFORD

+ 151 M    ii. Ryan BARFORD

+ 152 M    iii. Daniel BARFORD

104. John ALLEN (Gerald ALLEN67, Ruby Millicent OGILVY40, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1)

105. Julie ALLEN (Gerald ALLEN67, Ruby Millicent OGILVY40, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1)

106. Leigh ALLEN (Gerald ALLEN67, Ruby Millicent OGILVY40, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1) died about 1977.

107. Jan ALLEN (Gerald ALLEN67, Ruby Millicent OGILVY40, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1)

108. Peter ALLEN (Gerald ALLEN67, Ruby Millicent OGILVY40, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1)

109. James ALLEN (James Leslie ALLEN69, Ruby Millicent OGILVY40, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1)

James married Sandra .

110. David OGILVY (Raymond73, Stanley Douglas42, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1)

111. John OGILVY (Raymond73, Stanley Douglas42, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1)

John married Kathy .

Children from this marriage were:

+ 153 M    i. Scott Andrew OGILVY

+ 154 M    ii. Shawn Douglas OGILVY

+ 155 M    iii. Ryan Wesley OGILVY

112. Judith Anne DARBY (James Ronald DARBY74, Marjorie Isabel OGILVY43, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1)

Judith married Leslie Paul TICKLE .

Children from this marriage were:

+ 156 M    i. Jeremy Paul TICKLE

+ 157 M    ii. James Allen TICKLE

+ 158 M    iii. Christopher John TICKLE

Judith next married Wayne FENTON .

The child from this marriage was:

+ 159 M    i. Bradley Wayne FENTON

113. Anthony James DARBY (James Ronald DARBY74, Marjorie Isabel OGILVY43, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1)

Anthony married Jennifer Anne LENNON .

Children from this marriage were:

+ 160 F    i. Cynthia Joy DARBY

+ 161 F    ii. Renee' Maree DARBY

+ 162 F    iii. Jessica Lee DARBY

+ 163 F    iv. Kellie Anne DARBY

+ 164 M    v. Nicholas James DARBY

114. Richard George DARBY (James Ronald DARBY74, Marjorie Isabel OGILVY43, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1)

Richard married Lorna Lynette BOURKE .

Children from this marriage were:

+ 165 F    i. Kylie Francis DARBY

+ 166 F    ii. Kayla Grace DARBY

+ 167 M    iii. Ricky James DARBY

+ 168 F    iv. Melissa Jane DARBY

115. David Christopher DARBY (James Ronald DARBY74, Marjorie Isabel OGILVY43, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1)

David married Noelene Lorna RUSSEL , daughter of RUSSEL and Unknown .

The child from this marriage was:

+ 169 M    i. Jordan James DARBY

David Partner Fiona ABELL .

Their child was:

+ 170 F    i. Emmaline Jade ABELL DARBY

116. Robyn Annette DARBY (Henry Colin DARBY75, Marjorie Isabel OGILVY43, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1)

Robyn married John RAISON .

Robyn next married Jeffery SARGENT .

Robyn next married *Now Single* .

117. Peter Conrad DARBY (Henry Colin DARBY75, Marjorie Isabel OGILVY43, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1)

Peter married Elizabeth Honoria WATSON , daughter of William WATSON and Elizabeth BYRNES .

Children from this marriage were:

+ 171 F    i. Katherine Rose DARBY

+ 172 M    ii. William Henry DARBY

118. Rosemary Elizabeth DARBY (Henry Colin DARBY75, Marjorie Isabel OGILVY43, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1)

Rosemary married George Richard TORBAY , son of Peter TORBAY and Watfa TAHHAN .

Children from this marriage were:

+ 173 F    i. Leah Nicole TORBAY

+ 174 F    ii. Angelina Renee' TORBAY

+ 175 M    iii. Joel Richard TORBAY

119. Stuart Colin DARBY (Henry Colin DARBY75, Marjorie Isabel OGILVY43, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1)

Stuart married Deborah Ann ROGERS , daughter of Eric Charles ROGERS and Bevery Ann THORNLEY .

Children from this marriage were:

+ 176 M    i. Liam Patrick DARBY

+ 177 F    ii. Jessica Lauren DARBY

120. Margaret Kathleen DARBY (Henry Colin DARBY75, Marjorie Isabel OGILVY43, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1)

Margaret married Paul ATKINSON , son of Austin Allan ATKINSON and Pamela Fay REIMER .

Children from this marriage were:

+ 178 F    i. Melissa Jade ATKINSON

+ 179 M    ii. Cade Luke ATKINSON

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121. Kellie Janice BLARE (Diana Janice EARLE87, Mary NORTON59, Mary OGILVY37, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1)

Kellie married Allan John PEMROSE .

The child from this marriage was:

+ 180 F    i. Charlotte Meg PEMROSE

122. Cameron Charles BLARE (Diana Janice EARLE87, Mary NORTON59, Mary OGILVY37, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1)

Cameron married Lara Jane HAMMOND .

Children from this marriage were:

+ 181 F    i. Hannah Juliet BLARE

+ 182 F    ii. Rebekah Rose BLARE

+ 183 M    iii. Zachariah Charles BLARE

123. Kathryn Elizabeth EARLE (Leonard Anthony EARLE88, Mary NORTON59, Mary OGILVY37, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1)

Kathryn married Barry Glen FLOWER .

Children from this marriage were:

+ 184 F    i. Olivia Mollie FLOWER

+ 185 F    ii. Charlotte Anne FLOWER

124. Andrew Anthony EARLE (Leonard Anthony EARLE88, Mary NORTON59, Mary OGILVY37, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1)

Andrew married Angela Maree TONKIN .

Children from this marriage were:

+ 186 M    i. Angus Lloyd EARLE

+ 187 F    ii. Kate Isabelle EARLE

125. Jane Rowena MACTIER (Annabelle Mary NORTON89, Arthur Edward NORTON60, Mary OGILVY37, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1)

126. Annafia Michelle NORTON (Andrew Edward Cunningham NORTON90, Arthur Edward NORTON60, Mary OGILVY37, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1)

127. Andrew Robert NORTON (Andrew Edward Cunningham NORTON90, Arthur Edward NORTON60, Mary OGILVY37, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1)

128. James Edward NORTON (Andrew Edward Cunningham NORTON90, Arthur Edward NORTON60, Mary OGILVY37, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1) was born on 7 Feb 1980 in Cudal, NSW, Australia and died on 19 Oct 1996 in Orange, NSW, Australia, at age 16.

129. Cassandra Joan NORTON (William James Ogilvy NORTON91, Arthur Edward NORTON60, Mary OGILVY37, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1)

130. Katrina Margaret NORTON (William James Ogilvy NORTON91, Arthur Edward NORTON60, Mary OGILVY37, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1)

131. Airlie Elizabeth NORTON (William James Ogilvy NORTON91, Arthur Edward NORTON60, Mary OGILVY37, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1)

132. Victoria Louise NORTON (William James Ogilvy NORTON91, Arthur Edward NORTON60, Mary OGILVY37, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1)

133. Thomas Arthur NORTON (William James Ogilvy NORTON91, Arthur Edward NORTON60, Mary OGILVY37, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1)

134. Danielle Louise NORTON (Timothy David NORTON92, Jack NORTON61, Mary OGILVY37, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1)

135. James Edward NORTON (Timothy David NORTON92, Jack NORTON61, Mary OGILVY37, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1)

136. Abby Leah NORTON (Timothy David NORTON92, Jack NORTON61, Mary OGILVY37, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1)

137. Charles Raymond NORTON (Timothy David NORTON92, Jack NORTON61, Mary OGILVY37, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1)

138. Alice Claire NORTON (Michael John NORTON93, Jack NORTON61, Mary OGILVY37, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1)

139. Oswald Forbes NORTON (Michael John NORTON93, Jack NORTON61, Mary OGILVY37, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1)

140. Elizabeth Amy KOBEL (Charles Eric KOBEL96, Janet NORTON62, Mary OGILVY37, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1)

141. James Eric KOBEL (Charles Eric KOBEL96, Janet NORTON62, Mary OGILVY37, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1)

142. Mark William ROBINS (Suzanne Gail OGILVY97, David William63, Frank Gordon39, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1)

143. Peta Louise ROBINS (Suzanne Gail OGILVY97, David William63, Frank Gordon39, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1)

144. Angus Scot SWENDSON (Russell Christopher SWENDSON100, Joan Constance OGILVY64, Frank Gordon39, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1)

145. Simon Russell SWENDSON (Russell Christopher SWENDSON100, Joan Constance OGILVY64, Frank Gordon39, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1)

146. Nicholas David SWENDSON (Russell Christopher SWENDSON100, Joan Constance OGILVY64, Frank Gordon39, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1) was born on 19 Feb 1982 in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia and died on 22 Jul 1985 in Glenwaverley, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, at age 3.

147. Shae HUNTER (Maree OGILVY102, Lesie Gordon65, Frank Gordon39, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1)

148. Ben HUNTER (Maree OGILVY102, Lesie Gordon65, Frank Gordon39, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1)

149. Lani HUNTER (Maree OGILVY102, Lesie Gordon65, Frank Gordon39, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1)

150. Leah BARFORD (Kay OGILVY103, Lesie Gordon65, Frank Gordon39, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1)

151. Ryan BARFORD (Kay OGILVY103, Lesie Gordon65, Frank Gordon39, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1)

152. Daniel BARFORD (Kay OGILVY103, Lesie Gordon65, Frank Gordon39, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1)

153. Scott Andrew OGILVY (John111, Raymond73, Stanley Douglas42, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1)

154. Shawn Douglas OGILVY (John111, Raymond73, Stanley Douglas42, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1)

155. Ryan Wesley OGILVY (John111, Raymond73, Stanley Douglas42, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1)

156. Jeremy Paul TICKLE (Judith Anne DARBY112, James Ronald DARBY74, Marjorie Isabel OGILVY43, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1)

157. James Allen TICKLE (Judith Anne DARBY112, James Ronald DARBY74, Marjorie Isabel OGILVY43, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1)

158. Christopher John TICKLE (Judith Anne DARBY112, James Ronald DARBY74, Marjorie Isabel OGILVY43, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1)

159. Bradley Wayne FENTON (Judith Anne DARBY112, James Ronald DARBY74, Marjorie Isabel OGILVY43, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1)

160. Cynthia Joy DARBY (Anthony James DARBY113, James Ronald DARBY74, Marjorie Isabel OGILVY43, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1)

161. Renee' Maree DARBY (Anthony James DARBY113, James Ronald DARBY74, Marjorie Isabel OGILVY43, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1)

162. Jessica Lee DARBY (Anthony James DARBY113, James Ronald DARBY74, Marjorie Isabel OGILVY43, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1)

163. Kellie Anne DARBY (Anthony James DARBY113, James Ronald DARBY74, Marjorie Isabel OGILVY43, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1)

164. Nicholas James DARBY (Anthony James DARBY113, James Ronald DARBY74, Marjorie Isabel OGILVY43, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1)

165. Kylie Francis DARBY (Richard George DARBY114, James Ronald DARBY74, Marjorie Isabel OGILVY43, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1)

166. Kayla Grace DARBY (Richard George DARBY114, James Ronald DARBY74, Marjorie Isabel OGILVY43, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1)

167. Ricky James DARBY (Richard George DARBY114, James Ronald DARBY74, Marjorie Isabel OGILVY43, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1)

168. Melissa Jane DARBY (Richard George DARBY114, James Ronald DARBY74, Marjorie Isabel OGILVY43, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1)

169. Jordan James DARBY (David Christopher DARBY115, James Ronald DARBY74, Marjorie Isabel OGILVY43, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1)

170. Emmaline Jade ABELL DARBY (David Christopher DARBY115, James Ronald DARBY74, Marjorie Isabel OGILVY43, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1)

171. Katherine Rose DARBY (Peter Conrad DARBY117, Henry Colin DARBY75, Marjorie Isabel OGILVY43, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1)

172. William Henry DARBY (Peter Conrad DARBY117, Henry Colin DARBY75, Marjorie Isabel OGILVY43, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1)

173. Leah Nicole TORBAY (Rosemary Elizabeth DARBY118, Henry Colin DARBY75, Marjorie Isabel OGILVY43, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1)

174. Angelina Renee' TORBAY (Rosemary Elizabeth DARBY118, Henry Colin DARBY75, Marjorie Isabel OGILVY43, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1)

175. Joel Richard TORBAY (Rosemary Elizabeth DARBY118, Henry Colin DARBY75, Marjorie Isabel OGILVY43, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1)

176. Liam Patrick DARBY (Stuart Colin DARBY119, Henry Colin DARBY75, Marjorie Isabel OGILVY43, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1)

177. Jessica Lauren DARBY (Stuart Colin DARBY119, Henry Colin DARBY75, Marjorie Isabel OGILVY43, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1)

178. Melissa Jade ATKINSON (Margaret Kathleen DARBY120, Henry Colin DARBY75, Marjorie Isabel OGILVY43, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1)

179. Cade Luke ATKINSON (Margaret Kathleen DARBY120, Henry Colin DARBY75, Marjorie Isabel OGILVY43, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1)

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180. Charlotte Meg PEMROSE (Kellie Janice BLARE121, Diana Janice EARLE87, Mary NORTON59, Mary OGILVY37, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1)

181. Hannah Juliet BLARE (Cameron Charles BLARE122, Diana Janice EARLE87, Mary NORTON59, Mary OGILVY37, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1)

182. Rebekah Rose BLARE (Cameron Charles BLARE122, Diana Janice EARLE87, Mary NORTON59, Mary OGILVY37, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1)

183. Zachariah Charles BLARE (Cameron Charles BLARE122, Diana Janice EARLE87, Mary NORTON59, Mary OGILVY37, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1)

184. Olivia Mollie FLOWER (Kathryn Elizabeth EARLE123, Leonard Anthony EARLE88, Mary NORTON59, Mary OGILVY37, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1)

185. Charlotte Anne FLOWER (Kathryn Elizabeth EARLE123, Leonard Anthony EARLE88, Mary NORTON59, Mary OGILVY37, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1)

186. Angus Lloyd EARLE (Andrew Anthony EARLE124, Leonard Anthony EARLE88, Mary NORTON59, Mary OGILVY37, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1)

187. Kate Isabelle EARLE (Andrew Anthony EARLE124, Leonard Anthony EARLE88, Mary NORTON59, Mary OGILVY37, James Williamson15, David4, David2, Alexander1)


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