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1.
{S0001}. Certificate - Marriage : JONES, Samuel Thomas (0040) and ANDERSON, Mary (0039).

Text from this Source :
Marriage Registered in New South Wales, Australia

Number in Register : 2152 (or 2153)
Date : 5th December 1899
Place : Sydney
In the presence of : John FITZROY and Ruth COOPER
Officiating Minister : George HAY
Received and registered by : Indecipherable on 12th Day of December 1899
NB : Usual Occupation and Usual Address : Details switched between columns
Married in 471 Pitt Street According to the rites of the Independent Presbyterian Church

GROOM :
Name : Samuel Thomas JONES
Usual Occupation : Carter
Usual Place of Residence : 8 Bullanaming St, Redfern
Conjugal Status : Bachelor
Birthplace : Parramatta NSW
Age : 24 Years
Father's Name : Sam JONES (deceased)
Mother's Maiden Name : Elizabeth Mary HILL
Father's Occupation : Carpenter

BRIDE :
Name : Mary ANDERSON
Usual Occupation : Domestic
Usual Place of Residence : 8 Bullanaming St, Redfern
Conjugal Status : Spinster
Birthplace : Sydney
Age : 22 Years
Father's Name : Donald ANDERSON (deceased)
Mother's Maiden Name : Elspeth RICHARDSON (deceased)
Father's Occupation : Stone Mason

Issued at Sydney, 24th October, 1994

Repository : Source document file Vol 01 [22]
Reference: NSW 7455 / 1899
Changed: 13 SEP 2012 08:02:13
2.
{S0002}. Certificate - Marriage : COLLINS, James (0042) and ARNOLD, Selina (0041).

Text from this Source :
Transcription from NSW Register of Marriages
Date/Place of Marriage : 3 Jan 1874 : St Andrews, Nimitybell

GROOM :
Name : James COLLINS
Usual Occupation : Laborer and Selector
Usual Residence : Haydon Springs, Bombala
Conjugal Status : Bachelor
Birthplace :
Date of Birth/Age : Full Age
Father's Full Name :
Mother's Full Maiden Name :
Person Consenting (If Minor) :

BRIDE :
Surname/Other Names : Seleine ARNOLD
Usual Occupation : General Servant
Usual Residence : Gunningrah, Bombala
Conjugal Status : Spinster
Birthplace :
Date of Birth/Age : Under Age
Father's Full Name :
Mother's Full Maiden Name :
Person Consenting (If Minor) : John Joseph ARNOLD, Father of Bride, the said Seleine being under the age of 21 years

Celebrant/Rites of Celebration : John Joseph CARROLL, R. Catholic
Names of Witnesses : John COLLINS and Susan BEILEITER
Registration Number/Date/Place : 2150 / 1874, Cooma

Repository : Source document file Vol 01 [22]
Reference: NSW 2150 / 1874
Changed: 13 SEP 2012 08:02:13
3.
{S0005}. Certificate - Birth : OWEN, John (0013).

Text from this Source :
Birth Registered in New South Wales, Australia

Number in Register : 763 (or 703)
Date : First of April 1879
Place : Kendall St, Cowra
Name : John OWEN
Present : Not Present
Sex : Male

FATHER :
Name : Thomas OWEN
Occupation : Smelter
Age : 40 years
Birthplace : Wales, England

MOTHER :
Maiden Name : Sarah BUCKLEY
Age : 39 years
Birthplace : Sydney

Date of Marriage : 5th July 1871
Place of Marriage : Goulburn NSW
Previous Issue : 7 males, 2 females, Living
Certified by : Sarah OWEN, Mother, Cowra
Witness : Mrs TOOHEY
Registered by : John ASKEW (?), 14th May, 1879, Cooma

Issued at Sydney, 31st May, 1990

Repository : Source document file Vol 01 [22]
Reference: NSW 1879 / 12263
Changed: 13 SEP 2012 08:02:13
4.
{S0006}. Certificate - Marriage : OWEN, Thomas (0044) and SMITH (nee BUCKLEY), Sarah (0045).

Text from this Source :
Certificate Application No : 1921/15031

1871 Marriages solemnized in the District of Goulburn in the Colony of New South Wales.
Registered by Charles Somerville ALEXANDER, District Registrar

When and where married : 8th July, 1871. Goulburn

GROOM :
Number in Register : 2225
Name : Thomas OWEN
Condition : Widower
Birth-place :
Profession : Smelter
Age (years) :
Usual place of residence : Currawang Copper Mines
Parents :

BRIDE :
Number in Register : 1451
Name : Sarah SMITH
Condition : Widow
Birth-place :
Profession : Domestic
Age (years) :
Usual place of residence : Goulburn
Parents :

Married at Manse According to the rites of the Presbyterian Church
This marriage was solemnized between us, Thomas OWEN, his mark x
and Sarah SMITH (Signed) in the presence of us G. L. MACLENNAN & E. PECKHAM
by me Simon Fraser MACKENZIE, Officiating Minister

This certified copy issued 10th Day of October, 1921 by William Henry YOUNG, Deputy Registrar-General

Repository : Source document file Vol 01 [22]
Reference: NSW 2225 / 1871
Changed: 13 SEP 2012 08:02:13
5.
{S0007}. Certificate - Marriage : BURLEY, John Williams (0072) and PARTRIDGE, Sarah Jane (0050).

Text from this Source :
Transcription from NSW Register of Marriages

Date of Marriage : 17 May 1880
Place of Mariage : St Andrew's Walcha

GROOM :
Name : John Williams BURLEY
Usual Occupation : Labourer
Usual Residence : Spring Creek, Walcha
Conjugal Status : Bachelor
Birthplace :
Date of Birth :
Father's Full Name :
Mother's Full Maiden Name :
Person Consenting (If Minor)

BRIDE :
Name : Sarah Jane PARTRIDGE
Usual Residence : Spring Creek, Walcha
Conjugal Status : Spinster
Birthplace :
Date of Birth :
Father's Full Name :
Mother's Full Maiden Name :
Person Consenting (If Minor)

Celebrant : A E SPOONER
Rites : Church of England
Witnesses : Richard John PARTRIDGE and Rachel Frances PARTRIDGE

Registration Number/Date/Place : 2515 / 1880, Walcha

Repository : Source document file Vol 01 [22]
Reference: NSW 2515 / 1880
Changed: 13 SEP 2012 08:02:13
6.
{S0008}. Interview : TINSON, nee MCNAMARA, Johanna "Nellie" (0113).
Repository : Taped Interviews [33]
Changed: 13 SEP 2012 08:14:12
7.
{S0009}. Certificate - Birth : COLLINS, Henry d'Arcy (0015).

Text from this Source :
Birth Transcription Reference Number 27405 / 1887

Name : Henry Darcy COLLINS
Date : 4 Feb 1887
Place : Wollondilly near Bombala
Sex : Male

FATHER :
Name : James COLLINS
Occupation : Selector
Age : 39
Birthplace : Sydney

MOTHER :
Maiden Name : Selina ARNOLD
Age : 34
Birthplace : Woolway NSW

Informant : Father
Date of parents marriage : 3 Jan 1874
Place of marriage : Nimity Belle
Previous Issue : 1 Male, 4 Female Living, 1 Male Deceased
Nurse : J COLLINS

Repository : Source document file Vol 01 [22]
Reference: NSW 1887 / 27405
Changed: 13 SEP 2012 08:02:13
8.
{S0012}. Family Reunion : GEGG Pedigree Chart.
Repository : Source document file Vol 01 [22]
Changed: 27 MAR 2009 09:00:57
9.
{S0013}. Certificate - Death : OWEN (nee BUCKLEY), Sarah (0045).

Text from this Source :
Death Registered in New South Wales, Australia

Number in register : 66
Date of death : 2nd Oct 1885
Place of death : Nymagee NSW

Name : Sarah OWEN
Occupation : House Wife
Sex and Age : Female, 46 years

Cause of death : Poisoning by Strichnine
Duration of last illness : 2 days
Medical Attendant : Illegible
Last seen : 2 Oct 1885

Father's Name : John PECKHAM
Father's Occupation : Farmer
Mother's Name : Mary (Illegible : Possibly PECKHAM)
Informant : Frederick SMITH, son of Nymagee

Registration : Samuel (?) SMITH on 4th Oct 1885 at Nymagee

Buried 4 Oct 1885, Nymagee Cemetery, James A MCGARRY undertaker.
Minister : None
Witnesses : William HUDSON and William JONES

Born : Sydney, NSW
How long in Australian Colonies or States : 46 years
Place of marriage : Goulburn
Age at marriage : 21 years
Married to : James SMITH
Children : Michael SMITH 24, Frederick Phillip SMITH (Age Cut off this copy), James Thomas 19, Rose Annie 17, Mary 15

Issued at Sydney 13 February, 1991

Repository : Source document file Vol 01 [22]
Reference: NSW 9729 / 1885
Changed: 13 SEP 2012 08:02:13
10.
{S0015} 1992. Interview : NEWTON (nee OWEN), Sylvia May (0080).
Repository : Taped Interviews [33]
Changed: 13 SEP 2012 08:13:50
11.
{S0017}. Certificate - Marriage : JONES, Samuel White (0054) and HILL, Elizabeth Mary (0055).

Text from this Source :
Marriage Registered in New South Wales, Australia

No in register : 390
Date of marriage : 24 Apr 1872
Place of marriage : Sydney

GROOM :
Name : Sam White JONES
Conjugal Status : Bachelor
Birthplace : England (See Note 2)
Usual Occupation : Carpenter
Age : 23
Usual place of residence : Parramatta
Signed : Sam White JONES

BRIDE :
Name : Elizabeth Mary HILL
Conjugal Status : Spinster
Birthplace : New South Wales (See Note 3)
Age : 22
Usual place of residence : Parramatta
Signed : Elizabeth Mary HILL

Married at : Elizabeth St Sydney
Rites : The Presbyterian Church
Minister : James FULLERTON
Witnesses : Thomas HILLand Julia MULLALLY (?)
Notation on certificate : Particulars in Columns 5 & 7 {i.e.Birthplace and Age} obtained from Church Register No 399 (See Note 1)
(Signed) W H YOUNG Deputy Registrar General, Sydney 12th May 1915

Issued at Sydney, 14th December, 1994

Repository : Source document file Vol 01 [22]
Reference: NSW 390 / 1872
Changed: 13 SEP 2012 08:02:13
12.
{S0018}. Certificate - Baptism : HILL, Elizabeth Mary (0055).

Text from this Source :
New South Wales

Registration of Births, Deaths and Marriages Act, 1973
Baptisms
Application : 512065/95/LSB

Number : 1017 / Vol 34A

CHILD :
Christian Name : Elizabeth Mary
When Born : 12th September, 1849
Date of Ceremony : 11th November, 1849
Where Ceremony Performed : In the Parish of Marsfield in the County of Cumberland NSW
Where Registered : --

PARENTS :
Father : Samuel HILL
Mother : Martha HILL
Abode : This Parish
Quality or Profession : Baker

Ceremony Performed by : William F GORE, Church of England

Issued at Sydney, on 16th March, 1995

Repository : Source document file Vol 01 [22]
Reference: 1017 / Vol.34A
Changed: 13 SEP 2012 08:02:13
13.
{S0019}. Certificate - Birth : BURLEY, Rachel Elizabeth (0014).

Text from this Source :
Transcription from NSW Register of Births

Number in Register : 27597 / 1883, District of New England at Walcha

When born : 5 Jan 1883
Where born : Rose Bank, near Walcha
Name : Rachel Elizabeth
Sex : Female, not present

FATHER :
Name : John Williams BURLEY
Profession : Laborer
Age : 29
Birthplace : Bellgrave (Allyn River)

MOTHER :
Maiden Name : Sarah Jane PARTRIDGE
Age : 24
Birthplace : Walcha

Married : 17 May 1880
Where married : Walcha
Previous Issue : 1 Male living

Informant : Father, Walcha
Nurse : Mrs KEATHLEY

Registrar : Milton LOVE
Date/Place : 6 Feb 1883, Walcha

Repository : Source document file Vol 01 [22]
Reference: NSW 1883 / 27597
Changed: 13 SEP 2012 08:02:13
14.
{S0020}. Certificate - Death : ANDERSON, Donald (0056).

Text from this Source :
Transcription from NSW Register of Deaths

Number : 5239 / 1884 , District of Redfern

Date of death : 15 Sep 1884
Place of death : Redfern St Redfern NSW

Name : Donald ANDERSON
Occupation : Stonemason
Sex : Male
Age : 29 years

Cause of death : Phthisis
Duration of last illness : 2 years
Medical Attendant : Dr NORRIE
Last seen : 13 Sep 1884

Father's name : Robert ANDERSON
Father's occupation : Stonemason
Mother's maiden name : Agnes WRIGHT
Informant : Robert ANDERSON, Father, Rosser St Balmain

Buried : 17 Sep 1884
Where buried : Presbyterian Cemetery Necropolis
Undertaker : J Shying and Co
Witnesses : George SHYING and Thomas BICKNELL

Where born : Sydney
Where married : Sydney
Age at Marriage : 22 years
Wife's maiden name : Elspeth RICHARDSON
Children of marriage : 1 Female living, 2 Males deceased

Repository : Source document file Vol 01 [22]
Reference: NSW 5239 / 1884
Changed: 13 SEP 2012 08:02:13
15.
{S0021}. Researcher : OWEN, John Edward (0001).
Repository : Source document file Vol 01 [22]
Changed: 7 NOV 2013 15:31:19
16.
{S0022}. Certificate - Death : JONES, Roy Heath (0019).

Text from this Source :
New South Wales Register of Deaths

Deceased name : Roy Heath JONES
Occupation : Joiner
Sex : Male
Age : 81 years
Marital status : Married

Date of death : 22 November, 1979
Place of Death : Camden (Camden District Hospital)
Usual residence : 3/20 McBurney Rd, Cabramatta
Place of birth : Blackheath, NSW

Father : Samuel JONES
Mother : Mary ANDERSON
Place of marriage : Sydney, NSW
Age at marriage : 35 years
To whom married : Kathleen Mary MCNAMARA
Children : John 45 years, Margaret 40, Ellen 39

Informant : K M JONES, Widow, 3/20 McBurney Rd, Cabramatta

Cause of death :
1. (a) Right cerebrovascular accident (2 weeks)
(b) Vascular disease - atherosclerotic (years)
(c) Diabetes mellitus (years)
2. Chronic obstructive airways disease (years)
Certified by : M L STEFFEN, Medical Practitioner

Buried : 26 Nov 1979 at Catholic Cemetery Campbelltown NSW
Registered : 6th December 1979, Number 27141

Repository : Source document file Vol 01 [22]
Reference: NSW 27141 / 1979
Changed: 13 SEP 2012 08:02:13
17.
{S0023}. Certificate - Death : OWEN, Thomas (0044).

Text from this Source :

Deaths Registered in the District of Cobar at Cobar in the State of New South Wales by joseph Samuel CREAGH, District Registrar
Application No : 13758 / 1921, Issued : 13th September, 1921

Number in Register : 1223? and 333
When and where died : 8 or 9 Sep 1914, Illewong NSW
Name : Thomas OWEN
Profession : Labourer
Sex : Male
Age : 82
Cause of death : Natural causes to wit senile decay. Finding at Inquiry held at Cobar on 11 Sep 1914 by N MORRISON JP

Father's name : David OWEN
Father's occupation : Labourer
Mother's maiden name : Anne HOWARD................. (Not correct. Should be Ann DAVIS, DAVIES or DAVID)

Certified by : N MORRISON, Coroner, Cobar
District Registrar : J S CREAGH
Registered : Cobar 14 Sep 1914

Buried : 9 Sep 1914 at The Cemetery, Illewong NSW
Undertaker : Gudgeon & Co.
Minister : None
Witnesses : John F BAX and R KINKADE

Where born : Swansea, Wales
How long in Australia : Not known
Marriage details : Date Unknown

Repository : Source document file Vol 01 [22]
Reference: NSW 12237 / 1914
Changed: 13 SEP 2012 08:02:13
18.
{S0024}. Headstone : COLLINS (nee JONES), Marie Madge (0114).

In Loving Memory of
Marie Madge COLLINS
1 - 7 - 66 - Aged 54 Years
At Rest

Repository : Cemetery : Croome Rd Albion Park Cemetery [2]
Changed: 15 SEP 2012 13:12:38
19.
{S0025}. Headstone : COLLINS (nee MOLLOY), Eileen Myrtle (0115).

In Loving Memory of
Eileen Myrtle COLLINS
15 - 4 - 93 - Aged 80 Years
At Rest

Repository : Cemetery : Croome Rd Albion Park Cemetery [2]
Changed: 15 SEP 2012 13:12:35
20.
{S0026}. Headstone : COLLINS, Leslie James (0088).

In Loving Memory of
Leslie James COLLINS
6 - 7 - 95 - Aged 79 years
At Rest

Repository : Cemetery : Croome Rd Albion Park Cemetery [2]
Changed: 15 SEP 2012 13:12:27
21.
{S0027} Donna OWEN (Mother - Still Living). Invitation (Baptism) : OWEN, Samantha E M (0011).

Withheld - Living Person

Repository : Source document file Vol 01 [22]
Changed: 21 APR 2010 09:50:22
22.
{S0028}. Cemetery : Woronora : GRADY, Ellen Agnes (0028).

"Surname: MCNAMARA
Type: Burial
First Name: Ellen
Other Names: Agnes :
Date of Death: 30/05/1958
Interred Date: ? : Roman Catholic Monumental, Section 8, 0325"

Repository : Source document file Vol 06 [27]
Changed: 12 APR 2012 11:09:10
23.
{S0028}. Certificate - Death : BRAY, Josiah (0026).

Text from this Source :
Death Registered in New South Wales, Australia

Number in Register : 5316

Date of death : 9 Jul 1882
Place of death : Jerralong
Name : Josiah BRAY
Occupation : Farmer
Sex : Male
Age : 58 years

Cause of death :
1. Chronic Bronchitis
2. {Indecipherable}
Medical attendant : Doctor DAVIDSON
Last seen : 24 Sep 1881

Father's details : Date Unknown

Informant : James A GEGG, Stepson, Windellama
Registration : Signed ?, 17 July 1882, Goulburn

Buried : 12 July 1882
Buried at : Windellama
Undertaker : Robert CRAIG
Witnesses : William GEGG and James A GEGG

Where born : England
Time in colonies : 30 years

Place of marriage 1 : England
Age at marriage 1 : Date Unknown
Wife of marriage 1 : Date Unknown

Place of marriage 2 : Windellama
Age at marriage 2 : 38
Wife of marriage 2 : Sarah GEGG
Children of marriage : Sarah Ann - Living

Repository : Source document file Vol 01 [22]
Reference: NSW 5316 / 1882
Changed: 13 SEP 2012 08:02:13
24.
{S0029}. Certificate - Death : BOLAND (nee GEGG), Janet Ellen (0092).

Text from this Source :
Death Registered in New South Wales, Australia

Certificate No : 14335 / 1926

Number in Register : 128
Notation on Certificate : Old Age Pensioner
Name : Janet Ellen BOLAND
Date of death : 18th September 1926
Place of death : Balmoral (?) Avenue Croydon Park, Municipality of Canterbury
Sex : Female
Age : 73 years

Cause of death : Gastric Ulcer
Certified by : P Vernon DIXON (Registered)
Last seen : 18th September 1926

Father's name : GEGG
Maiden name of mother : Date Unknown

Informant : W L BOLAND, Son, "Castlemaine", No 18 Frederick Street Concord
Registered by : E W MURPHY, 20th September 1926, Canterbury

Buried : 20th September 1926 at St Thomas Church of England Cemetery at Enfield NSW
Undertaker : Wood Coffill Ltd
Minister : H C SEPLASTRIER, Church of England
Witnesses : Max B WALKER and George CONNELLY

Where born : London, England
Time in Australia : About 63 years in NSW

Married at : Braidwood NSW
Age at marriage : 18 years
Husband : George BOLAND
Children of marriage : Albert W G 54, Henry 50, James and Sarah J (Bracketed) 47, Arthur J 45, Alfred 42, Isabelle A 38, Olive 35, Wilfred L 32, Living, 1 male deceased

Issued at Sydney, 23rd September, 1980

Repository : Source document file Vol 01 [22]
Reference: NSW 14933 / 1926
Changed: 13 SEP 2012 08:02:13
25.
{S0030}. Certificate - Death : BRAY (nee KING), Sarah (0024).

Text from this Source :
Death Registered in New South Wales, Australia

Certificate No : 6600 / 1889

Number in Register : 641
Date of death : 6 May 1889
Place of death : Windellama
Name : Sarah BRAY
Sex and age : Female, 67 years

Cause of death : Broncho-Pneumonia
Duration of last illness : Unstated
Medical attendant : Dr MORTON
Last seen : 4 May 1889

Father's name : KING
Father's occupation : Tailor
Maiden name of mother : Date Unknown

Informant : James A GEGG, Son, Windellama
Registered by : H CARSON, 14 May 1889 at Goulburn

Buried : 8 May 1889 at Windellama
Undertaker : William S GODBEE
No minister recorded.
Witnesses : Samuel CROKER and J J CROKER

Where born : England
Time in Australia : About 26 years in New South Wales

Married at (Marriage 1) : England
Age at marriage (Marriage 1) : Date Unknown
To whom (Marriage 1) : William GEGG
Children (Marriage 1) : 2 males, 1 female Living, 1 male dead

Married at (Marriage 2) : Windellama
Age at marriage (Marriage 2) : 47 years
To whom (Marriage 2) : Josiah BRAY
Children (Marriage 2) : 1 Female Living

Certified by B. HOLLIDAY, Principal Registrar, Date removed from photocopy by estate details.

Repository : Source document file Vol 01 [22]
Reference: NSW 6600 / 1889
Changed: 13 SEP 2012 08:02:13
26.
{S0031}. Military Discharge : JONES, Roy Heath (0019). Dept of Defence Canberra ACT.

Text from this Source :
Department of Defence,
Base Records Office
Canberra ACT 15 Nov 1938

15 Nov 1938 : ISSUED FOR IDENTIFICATION PURPOSES IN LIEU OF LOST DISCHARGE CERTIFICATE
Regimental No : 4064
Rank : Private
Name : Roy Heath JONES
Unit : 30th Battalion AIF
Enlisted : Sydney NSW on 5/6/1916
Embarked for Active Service Abroad : 7/10/1916
Returned to Australia : 10/5/1919
Discharged : Sydney NSW on 20/6/1919
Cause of Discharge : Termination of Period of Enlistment
Decorations and Medals : British War Medal and Victory Medal
Personal Description at Date of Enlistment :-
Age : 18 years and 2 months
Height : 5 ft 3-3/4 Inches
Weight : 114 lb (8st 2lb)
Chest : 29-1/2 Inches to 33 Inches
Complexion : Fair
Eyes : Blue
Hair : Brown
Distinctive Marks : Mole top of right buttock

Repository : Source document file Vol 01 [22]
Changed: 5 SEP 2011 15:39:06
27.
{S0032}. Certificate - Birth : MCNAMARA, Johanna [Nellie] (0113).

Withheld - Living Person

Repository : Source document file Vol 01 [22]
Reference: NSW 39386 / 45
Changed: 13 SEP 2012 08:02:13
28.
{S0033}. First Communion : OWEN, John Edward (0001). St Vincent's Catholic ChurchAshfield.

Text from this Source :

Remembrance of First Holy Communion
John OWEN
received First Holy Communion
in St Vincent's Church Ashfield
on the 24th day of May 1950
Signed : Father MCKINNON

Repository : Source document file Vol 01 [22]
Changed: 12 DEC 2013 07:34:47
29.
{S0034}. Invitation (Christening) : HUGHES, Matthew David (0007). Sonia HUGHES (Mother Still Living).

Withheld - Living Person

Repository : Source document file Vol 01 [22]
Changed: 29 MAR 2012 16:21:44
30.
{S0035}. Researcher : DOBSON (nee HUDSON), Fay : Summary of Bankruptcy for OWEN, Thomas (0044). Handwritten Transcript.

Text from this Source :

Extract from Bankruptcy Records :
Bankruptcy Records : Stated he was a miner and smelter at Mt Hope (South of Cobar). This was his first bankruptcy and he did not keep any books (i.e. Bookkeeping books).
Cause of his bankruptcy is unclear (poorly written) but goes on :-
He worked his business at South Mt Hope for last two years. Has been residing in these places. He had been in the district over 2 years. When he came to the area he had about £3 or £4 capital but at present had no money in hand.
He owed a small amount on the premises he occupied.
"I was married, my wife is dead. I have one child under age."
He signed his name with a mark.
He owed £78.19.6 to woodcarters, publicans, butcher and shopkeepers.
Cause of bankruptcy stated again ... through working for 7 months on (indecipherable) at South Mt Hope copper mine and a loss (?) ... could never recover myself

Repository : Source document file Vol 01 [22]
Changed: 13 SEP 2012 08:17:04
31.
{S0036}. Researcher : OWEN (nee QUESSY), Marie (0129) : re OWEN.
Repository : Source document file Vol 01 [22]
Changed: 29 MAR 2012 16:40:47
32.
{S0037}. Map : Bellgrave Allyn River - BURLEY, John Williams (0072). Aust Govt - Geoscience Australia.
Repository : Source document file Vol 01 [22]
Changed: 21 APR 2010 09:51:17
33.
{S0039}. Bulletin (Club) : KING (nee Collins), Betty (0009). Bankstown District Bowling and Recreation Club Vol 1 No 4 May - June 1980.

"In 1939 she married Ted Owen". Incorrect. They were married in 1941

Repository : Source document file Vol 01 [22]
Changed: 19 MAR 2012 17:02:40
34.
{S0040}. Book Notation : "Uncle Tom's Cabin" : COLLINS, Gladys Elizabeth (0009).

Text from this Source :

Presented by Mayoress South to Gladys COLLINS
School Dux 1931.
Moss Vale Public School.
E. HALPIN
HM
December 1931

Repository : Library, Photo (Incl Digital Images), Greeting Card & Postcard Collections [18]
Changed: 29 MAR 2012 09:42:21
35.
{S0041}. Book Notation : "The Poetical Works of Adam Lindsay Gordon" : COLLINS, Gladys Elizabeth (0009).

Text from this Source :

The Mark Morton Prize - First - Girl
Qualities of Citizenship, Behaviour, Leadership.
Awarded to Gladys COLLINS
Moss Vale Public School 1931
E. HALPIN Headmaster

Repository : Library, Photo (Incl Digital Images), Greeting Card & Postcard Collections [18]
Changed: 29 MAR 2012 09:41:51
36.
{S0042}. Book Notation : "The Story of Victoria R.I. - Wife Mother Queen" : COLLINS, Gladys Elizabeth (0009).

Text from this Source :

F.A. COLLINS
Common St
Goulburn

Repository : Library, Photo (Incl Digital Images), Greeting Card & Postcard Collections [18]
Changed: 29 MAR 2012 09:42:04
37.
{S0043}. Book Notation : "Fascination" by Olive WADSLEY : COLLINS, Gladys Elizabeth (0009).

Text from this Source :

Brownlow Memorial Presentation
Name : Gladys COLLINS
Class : Sixth
Moss Vale Public School
Christmas 1930

Repository : Library, Photo (Incl Digital Images), Greeting Card & Postcard Collections [18]
Changed: 29 MAR 2012 09:41:19
38.
{S0044}. Certificate - Gould League of Bird Lovers of NSW : COLLINS, Gladys Elizabeth (0009).

Text from this Source :

The
Gould League of Bird Lovers
of
New South Wales
This is to Certify
That Gladys COLLINS
is a member of the
Gould League of Bird Lovers
Bird Lover's Pledge
"I hereby promise to protect all birds except those that are noxious" and to refrain from the unnecessary collection of wild birds' eggs
Signed Gladys COLLINS
S. H. SMITH CBE H. W. HAMILTON B. Sc.
Director of Education Hon. Secretary

Repository : Source document file Vol 01 [22]
Changed: 12 DEC 2013 06:51:13
39.
{S0045}. Certificate - Marriage : JONES, Roy Heath (0019) and MCNAMARA, Kathleen Mary (0020).

Text from this Source :

Certificate of Marriage
Certificate No : C348669, No 2 in the Minister's Register

I, Albert Reuben Edward THOMAS being Catholic Priest do hereby Certify that I have this day at St Jerome's Church Punchbowl duly celebrated Marriage between Roy Vincent JONES, Wood Machinist of Pinkerford Rd Waverley, Bachelor and Kathleen Mary MCNAMARA, Domestic Duties of Shadforth St Punchbowl, Spinster after declaration made before me as by law required.
Dated this Fourth day of November 1933 in District of Canterbury
Signed : A R E THOMAS
Signed : Roy V JONES
Signed : K MCNAMARA
Signatures of Witnesses : M MCNAMARA and C MCNAMARA

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{S0046}. Headstone : ANDERSON : Various family members. Rookwood Cemetery - Presbyterian Sect 4A / 3404.

In Memory of Elspeth Wife of Donald ANDERSON died at Sydney on 17 April 1881 aged 28 years. Also Robert, son of the above died at Sydney on the 15 Jan 1880 aged 15 months. Also Donald died on the 16 April 1881 aged 10 months also the above Donald ANDERSON died the 15 September 1884 aged 29 years

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{S0047}. Certificate - Birth : CUSKELLY, Margaret Theresa (0801).
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{S0048}. Verbal ( Personal Knowlege) : PETERS (nee CUSKELLY), Margaret (0801).
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{S0049} Betty OWEN. Manuscript : "Our Trip to the Centre" by OWEN (nee COLLINS), Gladys Elizabeth (0009). Not published - Written for own satisfaction.
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{S0050}. Newspaper : GEGG, James Albert (0017) and members of his family. Goulburn Herald and Goulburn Evening Penny Post.
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{S0051}. Newspaper : GRADY, Cornelius (0034) : Poem about his death. John GALE : The Queanbeyan Age 14 March 1888.
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{S0052}. Eulogy : To KING (previously OWEN nee COLLINS), Gladys Elizabeth (known as Betty) (0009). Read at Funeral of Betty King.

The following eulogy was delivered by Brother Joseph Smith (a friend of Denise's) at Central Bankstown Catholic Church at Betty's funeral service.

I never had the opportunity to meet Mrs King while she was alive but over the past three years I've heard a great deal about her since I've known her daughter Denise. Denise has spoken with many members of the family and other friends over the last few days and it's on the basis of those talks that I'm going to share just a few thoughts and memories here to-day.
She was born Gladys Elizabeth Collins at Goulburn in 1918, her parents being D'arcy and Florist Collins. She was born at home just like her elder brother Leslie and her sister Dot who are here today, and her younger brother Norman who in fact, predeceased her.
When she was about 10 or 11 the family moved to the Moss Vale area and lived for about three years at the house known as the Briars. That house continues to be quite a famous landmark in the area, and I've been told that even as recently as earlier this year, it was one of her happiest memories and there were a couple of occasions when she talked at length to her family about that house. Of her younger days, her younger sister Dot recalls that Gladys was a good and keen student but that she never got to high school due to combination of her poor eyesight and to the fact that there just wasn't a lot of money to go around. However she stayed on at the Moss Vale Public School for a few years helping the teacher until she set off looking for work. Dot also recalls with laughter, Gladys going to work at the Hotel Ranelagh in Robertson at the age of about 14 and this little girl getting absolutely lost in this huge rambling building!
Eventually, the young Gladys moved up to Sydney and was thrilled to get a position working as a domestic at the Sydney Hospital. She has spoken a lot over recent years to Denise and Sonia about this time, and of how happy she was during this time in her life, being in the "big city". Apparently she used to relieve the girl who looked after the needs of the Matron, and she was always very proud of this fact.
She was eventually to meet a dashing young man called Ted Owen and this was the beginning of her very happy association with all the Owen family. (It was also the time when she began to become known as Betty). She particularly loved Nanna Owen; and following her marriage to Ted in 1941 (they were married in St Benedict's Church in Broadway) she was able to develop a special friendship with Ted's sister Sylvia - Ted and Betty shared a premises with Sylvie and Les at Ashfield and only moved from there when they moved into the house that they built at Condell Park in 1952. And, of course, it is that home which she lived in right up until the time when she entered hospital in May this year.
Of course by now, John and Denise had come along. They recall that their mum was always the hardest of workers - she helped Ted in his various endeavours - with his green grocerying and later with the contract drycleaning job. And she helped to establish the home at Condell Park. One of the things which Betty loved most was her garden and it is this that John recalls as one of the greatest tributes to her. He says she could put a broomstick in the ground and make it grow! John particularly treasures this memory of his mum, as someone who could generate life in a garden, and nurture it through all the seasons. No-one who has ever seen any of the beautiful orchids which she tended would ever doubt that. Many of them are blooming in the garden at home at this time, and she had a spray of them at the hospital with her when she died.
Denise speaks with passion of how her mother encouraged her in her music. Her mother indeed had a lovely singing voice in her younger days and there was always a lot of singing together. Both John and Denise, and Dot, have recently also commented on her incredible organisation - all three of them still chant to this day - "a place for everything, and everything in it's (sic) place!"
About thirty years ago - thirty three to be exact - new neighbours moved in at Number 9 Ethel Street and this brought about the beginning of a most wonderful friendship with her friend Al O'Connor. Aunty Al, as she is known through the family, was to be a staunch friend - and over these thirty years they have cared for each other. And she'll be deeply missed coming through the little gate in the fence to visit for a cuppa.
Betty was a foundation member of the Bankstown Women's Bowling Club - foundation treasurer in fact - [She was actually the second or third Treasurer of the club. This detail still has to be determined.] and bowls was an activity which she and Ted enjoyed together. Apparently the bowls took over sometime after the Friday night tennis parties gave out. And even though Denise was little at the time, she still remembers how much she (Denise) loved Friday nights because her mum always baked one of her fabulous custard tarts - which according to everyone there were the best ever!
Betty was to have three grandchildren - Michael is unable to be here today, but he's here in spirit - and Sonia and Donna were proud to be able to bring the gifts to the altar for Nanna, along with Ellen her very special daughter in law, in her special Mass today.
In August of 1972, Betty lost Ted following his battle with cancer. She had nursed him at home and following this very sad and difficult time she got on with the business of picking up the threads of her life alone since, of course, the kids had both left home and had in fact, moved away - John to the northern parts of NSW and Denise to Perth in Western Australia. Dot tells us of one of the highlights of this period when she and Gladys and two other friends went on a fabulous Safari Tour to Darwin through the Red Centre. They went camping and it was a trip which none of them ever stopped talking about for a very long time.
Everyone was delighted when in 1978 Betty announced that she was going to be married again - to a man I'm told was the essence of the word - "gentle man". Jack King and Betty were to have thirteen years of married life. Jack too had lost his wife Ruby, to cancer - indeed, Ted and Betty and Jack and Ruby had all known one another at the Bowling Club and been the best of close friends. Everyone wished them every happiness when Jack closed up his house and he moved down to the Ethel Street house - and brought his beautiful orchids with him too. Many people have commented on the lovely and loving companionship they shared for most of their thirteen years. Indeed, this was tinged with sadness with Betty's severe episode of illness and long hospitalisation five years ago - and with Jack's increasing frailty and ill health. Betty nursed him at home for a very long time until the time came when her act of love included acknowledging that she needed more help than could be given at home. Even during the greater part of 1990 when her dear Jack was living at the Yagoona Nursing Home, she visited almost daily, carefully making sure she took in grapefruits from his tree at home which she knew he enjoyed. As everyone here would realise it's only nine months since many of those here today gathered in the church across the road to help Betty to farewell her Jack.
And now this short nine months later, we're here to farewell her. Her friends and family know well her loyalty and her generosity to others in time of need. They will miss her greatly, - the speed at which she moved, the devotion to the task at hand and to whatever service she was carrying out, indeed her "tenseness" at times for which she was very often chided, and her laughter, her very special gift of laughter which I'm told was a special trademark. When she was happy, it always spilled over into laughter.
Betty's illness since May of this year has been the source of great sorrow for those who love her, and they take great comfort that the agitation and the distress of her illness has been healed through her very sudden and unexpected death last Saturday. There was the usual mix of joy and sorrow, laughter and tears in her seventy two years. But she took great comfort from her faith and we can take comfort that finally, she is at peace with her God.

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{S0053}. Newspaper : GEGG, Thomas Joseph Rose (0098) : Funeral Notice. Goulburn Evening Penny Post.

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GEGG. --- The relatives and friends of Mrs. Daisy GEGG of 44 Mulwaree St., Goulburn, of Mr. and Mrs. Austin GEGG, 30 Chatsbury St., Goulburn, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford GEGG, "Toledo," (stet) Laggan, are respectfully invited to attend the funeral of her dearly beloved husband and their dear father and father-in-law, THOMAS JOSEPH ROSE GEGG. The cortege will leave St. Nicholas' Church, North Goulburn, to-morrow (Saturday) after a service at 11.30 a.m. for the Church of England portion of the General Cemetery, Goulburn.
R. J. Sidney Craig, Estab. 1837.
'Phones 2122, 2123
Goulburn & Gunning

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{S0054}. Newspaper : GEGG, Arthur Edwin (0105) : Funeral Notice. Goulburn Evening Penny Post.

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GEGG --- The Relatives and Friends of Mrs. Emily GEGG of Rosemont Road, Goulburn, and of Mr. and Mrs. BOWCOCK (Queensland), Mr. and Mrs. Allan GEGG (Canberra), Mr. and Mrs. Eric GEGG (Goulburn), Mr. and Mrs. Norman GEGG (Windellama), and their families, are respectfully invited to attend the funeral of her beloved husband, and their loved father, father-in-law, and grandfather, ARTHUR EDWIN GEGG.
The cortege will leave Craig's Funeral Parlors tomorrow (Tuesday) after service to commence at 11 a.m. for the General Cemetery, Goulburn
R. J. Sidney Craig
Established 1837
'Phone 21-2122 (3 lines).

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{S0055}. Poem : To Betty KING : KING (previously OWEN nee COLLINS), Gladys Elizabeth [0009]. 15 Sept 1991 by Lynley BRENNAN : Read at Funeral of Betty King by Lynley.
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{S0056}. Certificate - Marriage : HILL, Samuel (0069) and HARRINGTON/HANNAGAN, Martha (Matty) (0070).

Text from this Source :
Cathedral Church of St John
Parramatta NSW

Marriage Certificate

No : 131
Year : 1828
Page : 33

Samuel HILL, Free, Aged 27, "Asia", of the Parish of Parramatta and
Matty HARRINGTON, P., Alias HANNAGAN, "The Brothers", of the Parish of Parramatta
were married in this Church by Banns with consent
of the Governor this Second day of June
in the year 1828
By me John VINCENT (Signed)

This marriage was solemnized between us

Samuel HILL his mark x
Matty HANNIGAN or HARRINGTON, her mark x
In the Presence of Frederick PARKS (Signed) of Parramatta
Carlton PARKS his mark x of Parramatta

The above Certificate is a copy of the entry in the Marriage Register at the Cathedral Church of St John, Parramatta. This style was in use to 1856
Date 17.2.96 J. A. ORANGE Archivist

Seal of St John's Cathedral Archives Parramatta NSW

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{S0057}. Bond/Indents Extract : HARRINGTON/HANNAGAN, Martha (known as Matty) (0070). Entry from the Bond Indents of The Principal Superintendent of Convicts 1827 (4/4102) PP 1 - 58.

Text from this Source :

Series of columns from the register :
Prisoner No : 105
Name : Matty HARRINGTON or HANNAGAN
Age : 20
Education : Reads
Religion : Catholic
Single or Married : S
Family : (Blank)
Native Place : Londonderry
Trade or Calling : Ho Servant (Suspect this means Household Servant)
Offence : Shoplifting
Where Tried : Londonderry
When Tried : 26 March 1826
Sentence : 7 Yrs
Former Convictions : 2Cn(?) with a flourish (Suspect this means 2 convictions. The abbreviation is not understood but is consistently the same on other records on the page)
Height (Feet) : 5
Height (Inches) : 0
Complexion : Ruddy fair
Hair Colour : D(?) Brown (Presume Dark Brown)
Eye Colour : Hazel
Remarks : Factory (Presumably this means she was sent to The Female Factory at Parramatta) Raised Mole on corner of right eye & hairy Mole on right cheek

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{S0058}. Letter : from OWEN (nee QUESSY), Marie (0129) to OWEN, John Edward (0001). Personal letter to (I 1) John OWEN.

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A little note to let you know that your Aunty Lucy passed away at 4.40pm on 4th June 2003. I have been in constant contact with Lucy all the time. She had a stroke about 18 months ago & has not been too well since. Two weeks before she died she had a leg amputated but had got over that, and was making a good recovery when she contracted pneumonia a few days before death. She was 75 years. Lucy missed Tom very much & even when I saw her, you could detect the gap his death had left.

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{S0059}. Newspaper : GEGG, Albert Henry James (0093) : Obituary. Goulburn Herald or Goulburn Evening Penny Post.

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8 August 1946 : Goulburn Evening Penny Post (Probably)

HEADING : Obituary - Mr Albert GEGG
The death occurred on August 1 in hospital at Springsure, Qld, of Mr Albert GEGG eldest son of the late Mr and Mrs J A GEGG of Pineleigh, North Goulburn, and formerly of Windellama. Mr GEGG, who was 73 years of age, had lived in Goulburn district for quite a number of years, and was keenly interested in various kinds of sport, especially cricket. He married Miss Lucy HOCKEY, second daughter of the late Mr and Mrs Thos HOCKEY, of Connor's Creek, Windellama, and later went to Queensland, where he had lived up to the time of his death. His wife predeceased him by 11 years, also one daughter, Olive, one son, Eric, and one brother, Charles. He is survived by two sons, Bert and Fred, of Springsure and one daughter, Florrie (Mrs D GASKELL, North Queensland), also six grandchildren, two brothers and four sisters. The brothers are Arthur (Windellama), Tom (Goulburn). Martha (Mrs LATHAM, Moss Vale), Janet (Mrs. A BOREHAM, Grenfell), Bertha (Mrs H HARRIS, Gloucester) and Florrie (Mrs H COLLINS, Moss Vale) are the sisters. Mrs George HOCKEY, Windellama is an aunt. In spite of his failing health, the late Mr GEGG was of a very cheerful disposition, and always ready to give a helping hand where needed. He was a devoted member of his church, and was laid to rest beside his wife in the C of E cemetery, Springsure.

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{S0060}. Wedding Invitation : BRANSON, Richard Patrick (Living) (0043) and OWEN, Denise Elizabeth (Living) (0008).

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john 'n' ellen
'n' michael 'n' donna
trinity college church
4.30
august 26th
and we'd like you to share our happiness
dp

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{S0061}. Internet (Terry Quinn's Canberra ACT Pioneers Data Base). Site : http://terryq14.tripod.com/CanberraACTPDB/index.html.
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{S0062}. Internet (Mark & Rachel Peachman Site) Index Page (Defunct). Site : http: //www.users.bigpond.com/mpeachman/sturgiss/index.htmI.
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{S0063} BDM (NSW). BDM (NSW) Online Marriage Index : TICKNER, Henry (0048) and RIDEOUT, Martha (0049) Search.
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{S0064}. BDM (NSW) Online Indexs : Births. NSW Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages Births Index : http://www.bdm.nsw.gov.au/cgi-bin/Index/IndexingOrder.cgi/search?SessionID=&event=births.
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{S0065}. BDM (NSW) Online Indexs : Marriages. NSW Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages Marriages Index : http://www.bdm.nsw.gov.au/cgi-bin/Index/IndexingOrder.cgi/search?SessionID=&event=marriages.
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{S0066}. BDM (NSW) Online Indexs : Deaths. NSW Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages Deaths Index : http://www.bdm.nsw.gov.au/cgi-bin/Index/IndexingOrder.cgi/search?SessionID=&event=births.
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{S0067}. Medical Reports and Coroners Post Mortem Report : KING (nee COLLINS previously OWEN), Gladys Elizabeth (0009). Dr Michael TSOUROUTIS and Coroner of NSW; Reports, Letters and Correspondence.
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{S0068}. Will and estate settlement documents : KING (formerly OWEN nee COLLINS known as Betty), Gladys Elizabeth (0009). The Public Trustee Office (Executor of the Estate) and her children.
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{S0069}. Letter : from O'NEIL (nee COLLINS), Dorothy (0089) to OWEN, John Edward (0001).
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{S0070}. Certificate - Death : KING, Jack (0021).

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New South Wales
Register of Deaths

Surname of deceased : KING
Other Names : Jack

Occupation : Railway Worker
Sex and Age : Male . . . . . 93 years
Marital Status : Married

Date of death : 10th December, 1990
Place of death : Lidcombe (Lidcombe Hospital)

Usual residence : 7 Ethel Street,
Condell Park
Place of birth : Australia

FATHER
Surname : KING
Other Names : Date Unknown
MOTHER
Maiden Name : Date Unknown
Other names : Date Unknown

MARRIAGE 1
Place of marriage : Date Unknown
Age at marriage : Date Unknown
To whom married : Ruby Date Unknown
Children of deceased : Barry deceased

MARRIAGE 2
Place of marriage : Bankstown N.S.W.
Age at marriage : 81 years
To whom married : Gladys Owen
Children of deceased :

Informant : G E King, widow
7 Ethel St
Condell Park

Cause of death :
I . Pneumonia 2 days
II . Multi-infarct dementia 10 - 15 years

By whom certified : M. T. Nguyen, Medical Practitioner

Particulars of burial or cremation :
13th December, 1990, Catholic Lawn Cemetery, Rookwood

Particulars of Registration : ? ? Bennett (Principal Registrar)
Date : 9th January, 1991
Number : 454

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{S0071} J A GEGG. Letter : from GEGG, James Albert (0017) to The Council of Education Sydney. Personal letter dated 22 Mar 1880.
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{S0072} J A GEGG. Letter : from GEGG, James Albert (0017) to The Minister for Public Instruction Sydney. Personal letter dated 29 Jan 1881.

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"i enclose a Petition signed by the Parents and Guardians of the Pupils of the above Schools"

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{S0073} J A GEGG. Letter : from GEGG, James Albert (0017) to The Minister for Public Instruction Sydney. Personal letter dated 8 Mar 1884.
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{S0074} J A GEGG. Letter : from GEGG, James Albert (0017) to The Under Secretary, The Dept of Public Instruction, Sydney. Personal letter dated 21 Mar 1903 (4 Pages).
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{S0074}. Newspaper : ANDERSON, Robert (0074) - Request to E W Molesworth to stand for election. SMH Wed 29 Sep 1897 Page 5.
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{S0075}. Map : Location of the GEGG and other family properties in Windellama.
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{S0076}. Application : To Establish Half-Time Schools : GEGG, James Albert (0017).

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Application for the Establishment of Half-time Schools at Windellama West and Windellama East Post Town Windellama
Date : 13th of Sep 1879
Sir, We beg to apply to the Council of Education for the establishment of Half-Time Schools at Windellama West and Windellama East (4 - 5 words illegible) Regulations of 8th March, 1869.
We have the honor to be, Sir, Your most obedient servant,
(Various signatures) Windellama West Local Committees, and
(Various signatures) Windellama East Local Board

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{S0077}. Application (Annex to) : For Aid to a Provisional School : GEGG, James Albert (0017).

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We the undersigned Parents (or Guardians) of Children residing within the undermentioned distance from the site of the proposed Provisional School at Windellama hereby undertake that our Children, whose names are inserted below, shall attend the said school.

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{S0078} Dept of Railways NSW. Certificate - Railway Service : KING, Jack (0021).

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Certificate of Service
Department of Railways
New South Wales
Way and Works Branch

This certificate is given without alteration or erasure of any kind

Name : KING, Jack
Particulars of Service :

{Three columns - "Occupation", "From" and "To"}

General Labourer - 30 May 1921 to 27 Apr 1922
General Labourer - 29 May 1922 to 27 Jan 1924
(Did he leave for a month?)
Relief Fettler - 28 Jan 1924 to 4 Aug 1924
General Labourer - 5 Aug 1924 to 17 Aug 1924
Fettler - 18 Aug 1924 to 9 Jan 1938
Labourer - 10 Jan 1938 to 3 Sep 1939
Fettler - 4 Sep 1939 to 22 Oct 1944
Workshop Labourer - 23 Oct 1944 to 27 Jan 1947
Striker, Single Fire - 28 Jan 1947 to 30 Mar 1947
Boilermaker's Helper - 31 Mar 1947 to 19 Oct 1947
Fitter's Assistant - 20 Oct 1947 to 3 May 1953
Boilermaker's Helper - 4 May 1953 to 7 Jun 1953
Fitter's Assistant - 8 Jun 1953 to 28 Feb 1960
Welder's Assistant- 29 Feb 1960 to 7 Feb 1960

Cause of Leaving : RETIRED
CONDUCT AND WORKMANSHIP SATISFACTORY

Sydney 28th October, 1960
?? KENDALL
Deputy Chief Civil Engineer
Head of Branch

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{S0079}. Newspaper : GEGG, James Albert (0017) : Funeral Report. Goulburn Evening Penny Post 1 May 1915.

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The Late Mr J A GEGG
The funeral of the late Mr J A GEGG took place on Friday afternoon, the body being interred in the Methodist portion of the general cemetery. The Rev T M TAYLOR BA officiated. The chief mourners were the members of the family and in the cortage, which was a large one, were representatives of the Masonic order, the Protestant Alliance Friendly Society, the Friendly Societies Association to which the deceased was a delegate, the North Goulburn Parents & Citizens Ascn and the Druids Cricket Club. The masonic service was read by Vor Bro W J WILSON and the service of the Protestant Alliance by Bros LAKE, DM and WATSON, Sec

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{S0080}. Newspaper : GEGG, James Albert (0017) : Obituary. Goulburn Evening Penny Post 29 Apr 1915.

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Mr James A GEGG, a well known identity in Goulburn, died at his residence on Wednesday morning his age being 65*. The deceased was born in England, and at the age of 12 years came out to Australia with his parents. He was engaged in farm work for an old relative for some time, and later took up his residence at Windellama where for many years he kept a store. About 12 years ago he came to Goulburn and afterwards became an Alderman of the Municipal Council.
He was a past Master of the Protestant Alliance Friendly Society, was President of the North Goulburn Parents & Citizens Association and at one time offered himself as a candidate for Parliament in the independent interest but was defeated. He was also a member of the Lodge Duke of Edinburgh. He took a keen interest in mining and was very well known in Braidwood where for some time he took an active part in the mining ventures of that district. Mr GEGG always had vivid recollections of the old gold mining days during which period he had many experiences. Leaves a widow and family.
*James died 7 weeks before what would have been his 65th birthday

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{S0081}. Headstone : HOCKEY, George Henry (0193) and HOCKEY (nee TICKNER), Sarah Marie (0192).
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{S0082}. Chart : Descendant : Descendants of RIDEOUT, Ambrose (0197). Site : http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~ken-ian/Descendants_of_Ambrose_Rideout.html.
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{S0083}. Chart : Descendants : Descendents of BOREHAM, James (0000). Site : http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~ken-ian/Descendants_of_James_Boreham.html.
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{S0084}. Internet (John & Pauline Leafe, Rootsweb Freepages) TICKNER, RIDEOUT and BENNETT. Site : http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~latijan/names.htm.
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{S0085}. Mailing List (Genforum) : TOWNER. Genforum : http://genforum.genealogy.com/towner/messages/154.html.
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{S0086}. Mailing List (Genforum) : TICKNER. Esma HANNAH : Genforum : http://genforum.genealogy.com/tickner/messages/263.html.
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{S0087}. Mailing List (Genforum) : TICKNER. Maggie HANN : Genforum : http://genforum.genealogy.com/tickner/messages/104.html.
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{S0088}. Mailing List (Genforum) : RIDEOUT. Maggie Hann : Genforum : http://genforum.genealogy.com/rideout/messages/102.html.
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{S0089}. Mailing List (Rootsweb) : RIDEOUT. Esma Hannah : Genforum : http://genforum.genealogy.com/rideout/messages/133.html.
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{S0091}. Chart : Descendant : TICKNER/BAILEY and PANKHURST/TURNER 1948 Ruckinge Reunion. Curious Fox : http://www.curiousfox.org.uk/uk/mbprof2.lasso?eid=41561&-nothing.

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Thomas TICKNER (1756-1816) m. Susanna BAILEY (1763-1806) and had a son Peter TICKNER (1792-1876)
Thomas PANKHURST (1755-1810) m. Elizabeth TURNER (1757-1819) and had a daughter Maria PANKHURST (1790-1879)

Peter m. Maria and had the following children :
Susanna (m. GODDEN)
Eliza (m. MAINWARING)
Maria (m. PELHAM then GLANVILLE)
Peter
Thomas
William m. Elizabeth BURGESS

The rest of the chart depicts the descendants of William and Elizabeth


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Dear John, hope you are recovering from your accident.

Sorry about the illegible items, and yes it was Marsh not MASH! There are so many Tickners all over Kent and Sussex, all with the same Christian names, that it is hard to be sure we've got the right ones. Peter Tickner is listed as living on Romney Marsh on the 1861 census. Thomas Tickner was born 24.07.1825 and was married to Elizabeth Killick born 23.03.1831. They had two children Thomas born 1850 and Eliza born 1854.

My family stem from Thomas' brother William born 1830 and married to Elizabeth Burgess.

I am in contact with other members of this extended family and it is through them I have got these dates.I believe they have a family bible going back a few generations. As to Stockbridge it could be the name of a place or the name of the farm where they lived.

Sorry I can't be of more help (Deleted personal)

best wishes, Jacqueline.

From: John Owen
To: Jacqueline Selcoe
Subject: Re: family tree
Date: Thu, 23 Mar 2006 13:26:39 +1100
>Jacqueline
>
>I have received the family tree. Thankyou very much. It's quite
>interesting although most of it goes off in a direction I won't be
>following. However I did get some useful unsourced information from
>it.
>
>If there is any simple way I can help contribute to the cost of this
>exercise for you, please let me know.
>
>Under Peter Tickner there is a note saying Romney Mash 1861 Census.
>Should this be Romney Marsh 1861 Census? Whichever it is do you
>know what this means?
>
>For Peter & Maria's son Thomas, in very faint writing there appears
>to be Elizabeth? Hanstreet with something I can't decipher under
>that plus 1881 Census Sto...ridge. Again any idea what this all
>means?
>
>Once again thanks very much

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86.
{S0092}. Mailing List (Rootsweb) : WILTSHIRE-EMI-L Archives : RIDEOUT/BENNETT. Rootsweb : http://archiver.rootsweb.com/th/read/WILTSHIRE-EMI/1999-09/0938652532.
Repository : Source document file Vol 01 [22]
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87.
{S0094}. Internet (Genealogy of the TOWNER Family). Larry Towner : Site : http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~towner2001/.
Repository : Source document file Vol 01 [22]
Changed: 30 APR 2012 11:40:40
88.
{S0095}. Researcher : WINTON, Neville (0000) re SAVAGE-TEMPLE, BRAY, GEGG.
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Changed: 29 MAR 2012 16:46:07
89.
{S0096} Martin GEGG. Chart : Descendant : Descendants of GEGG, James (0023). See Sites below.

Text from this Source :
Descendants of James GEGG

Generation No. 1

James GEGG died May 3, 1846 in St Clements Danes, Middlesex

Children of James GEGG are :
i) William GEGG b. Dalkeith Scotland ?; d. July 14, 1855, Tottenham, London
ii) James GEGG

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90.
{S0097}. Certificate - Baptism : BURLEY, John Williams (0072).

Text from this Source :

EARLY CHURCH RECORD BAPISMS
held at NSW Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages
Transcription requested by KAREN GREEN 09-Apr-05

Number : 2165V55
Date of Birth : 18 NOV 1849
Abode : UPPER PATTERSON
Name : JOHN
Father : CHARLES BURLEY
Quality or Profession : FARMER
Mother : HARRIETT
Date of Baptism : 27 FEB 1850
Sponsors :
Minister : W. BYRNES
Religion : WESLEYAN
Parish : HUNTER RIVER CIRCUIT
County : NORTHUMBERLAND
Comments :

This is a transcription and NOT a certified copy from the Registers of Births, Deaths and Marriages and cannot be used in any legal proceedings whatsoever.

Joy MURRIN - Transcription Agent
NSW Births, Deaths and Marriages

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Reference: 2165 V55
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91.
{S0098}. Death (Qld Archives Notice) : BURLEY, John Williams (0072). State Archives (Qld) - Cemetery Records.

Text from this Source :

BURLEY, John William
Husband of Sarah Jane, and our father
D. 17 July 1915 aged 66 yrs.
Cem. TEXAS C. of E. Sect. No. 328

Repository : Source document file Vol 01 [22]
Reference: QLD 328
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92.
{S0099}. Death (Qld Archives Notice) : BURLEY (nee PARTRIDGE), Sarah Jane (0050). State Archives (Qld) - Cemetery Records.

Text from this Source :

BURLEY, Sarah Jane
Wife of John William, and our mother
D. 27 Apr 1949 aged 89 yrs.
Cem. TEXAS C. of E. Sect. No. 328

Repository : Source document file Vol 01 [22]
Reference: QLD 328
Changed: 13 SEP 2012 08:06:35
93.
{S0100}. Death (Qld Archives Notice) : BURLEY (nee BURNS), Kathleen (0218). State Archives (Qld) - Cemetery Records.

Text from this Source :

BURLEY, Kathleen
Wife of Charles Stephen and our father
D. 17 Oct 1962 aged 71 yrs.
Cem. TEXAS C. of E. Sect. No. 359

Repository : Source document file Vol 01 [22]
Reference: QLD 359
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94.
{S0101}. Internet (WCP) McNamara : re GRADY and HAYES. Rootsweb World Connect Project : http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=:2471560.
Repository : Internet [12]
Changed: 28 JUN 2012 12:51:48
95.
{S0102}. Internet (WCP) COLBRAM, Keith : re GEGG. Rootsweb World Connect Project : Keith's Site : http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=colbran.
Repository : Internet [12]
Changed: 28 JUN 2012 12:50:06
96.
{S0103}. Internet (WCP) COUTTS, Elizabeth : re TICKNER, RIDEOUT. Rootsweb World Connect Project : Elizabeth's Site : http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=edc940.
Repository : Internet [12]
Changed: 28 JUN 2012 12:50:17
97.
{S0104}. Headstone : TINSON, Kevin Francis (0133) and MCNAMRA (nee GRADY), Ellen Agnes (0028).
Repository : VITAGLIANO (nee JONES), Margaret (0077) [35]
Changed: 28 APR 2012 18:01:01
98.
{S0105}. Verbal ( Personal Knowlege) : OWEN (nee JONES), Ellen Mary (0002).
Changed: 29 AUG 2012 09:07:02
99.
{S0106}. Mailing List (Rootsweb) : IRL-CLARE-L Archives - re : MCNAMARA/FOGARTY. Rootsweb : http://archiver.rootsweb.com/th/read/IRL-CLARE/2002-03/1015575181.
Repository : Internet [12]
Changed: 13 SEP 2012 08:03:53
100.
{S0107}. Monument : Tamworth Country Music Roll of Renown.

Text from this Source :

AUSTRALASIAN COUNTRY MUSIC
ROLL OF RENOWN
TIM MCNAMARA
TIMOTHY EDMUND MCNAMARA
BORN OCTOBER 10, 1922, ORANGE NSW
DIED APRIL 16, 1983 SYDNEY
WON AUST. AMATEUR HOUR 1945 WITH
BROTHER TOMMY
RECORDED 1945 FOR E.M.I. FROM 1949
HIS HIGHLY SUCCESSFUL 2SM RADIO
PROGRAMME WAS A FOCAL POINT FOR
COUNTRY MUSIC IN THE CITY.
A PIONEER ARTIST AND PROMOTOR. HIS FAMOUS
HALL SHOWS AND TALENT QUESTS LAUNCHED
THE CAREERS OF MANY OF OUR
NATION'S COUNTRY STARS

2TM - 25.1.81

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