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301.
{S0321}. Letters : from COLLINS (nee GEGG), Florist Amelia (0016) to OWEN (nee COLLINS), Gladys Elizabeth (0009).
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302.
{S0322}. Greville's Post Office Directory : 1872 Port Macquarie. http://www.family.joint.net.au/index.php?cid=418&mid=1.

"CUNNING; Thomas; farmer; Tacking Point"
"PARTRIDGE; John; labourer; Brickfields"
"PARTRIDGE; Miss C; hat maker; Murray St"
"PARTRIDGE; Richard; farmer; Brickfields"
"PARTRIDGE; Stephen; ---; Murray St"

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{S0323}. Researcher : KEYSER, Lorraine.
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{S0324}. Chart : Descendant : BOREHAM, James (0000).
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{S0325} FreeCEN. Census : UK 1841 : Powder, Cornwall : BURLEY family. Ref H0107 : Enumeration District 4 : Civil Parish of Tregony, St James, Gurney Place : Folio 22, Page 22.
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{S0326}. Chart : Descendant : ASQUITH Jonathon (1163). http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=REG&db=asharpham&id=I4622&ti=5538.
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{S0327}. Internet (State Records NSW).
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308.
{S0328}. Internet (Monaro Pioneers) : General.
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{S0330}. Sandhurst Poor Book Extracts re TICKNER families' Payments.
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{S0331}. Internet (WCP) General.
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{S0332}. Certificate - Death : JONES (nee HILL), Eliabeth Mary (0055).
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Reference: NSW 296 / 1941
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{S0333}. Certificate - Death : JONES, Samuel White (0054).
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Reference: NSW 15013 / 1896
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{S0334}. Certificate - Death : HILL (nee HANNAGAN) (k/a HARRINGTON), Martha (0070).
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Reference: NSW 12337 / 1891
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{S0335}. Certificate - Birth : JONES, Leslie John (0185).
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Reference: NSW 25843 / 1900
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{S0336}. Certificate - Death : JONES, Samuel Thomas (0040).
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Reference: NSW 11527 / 1903
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{S0337}. Researcher : DUKE, Maddy re RIDOUT/RIDEOUT (Ambrose).

Hello John,
I have the following information about Ambrose:

Ambrose Ridout
Ambrose Ridout was committed by William Chafin, Clerk on December 19 1793 and entered prison on December 20. He was an eighteen year old labourer from Ashmore, Dorset and was single. He was 5’8” tall and was brought before William Chafin for poaching on December 18, 1798. He was found guilty and sentence to three months imprisonment. He was kept by the County and was orderly in his behaviour. On February 15 1794 he was discharged by the order of William Chafin, Clerk on condition of entering to serve with the Royal Navy. He entered with Lieutenant Lothbridge. [no ship given]

The ship was likely to have been at anchor at Weymouth Roads as the majority of prisoners sent to the Navy were taken there. I have several other Ridout and Rideout men in the list but no others from Ashmore itself. I don’t know whether you would be interested in any of the others.

Kind regards
Maddy

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318.
{S0338}. Lost Source.
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{S0339}. Internet (WCP) RAY, Angie : re TICKNERS/GRIERSONS - Romney Marsh to Dumfries. Site : http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=AHN&db=nray0scooby&id=I0680.
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{S0340}. Eulogy : To SPRY (previously OWEN nee COLLIS), Jean Margaret (0142) / Ceremony Guide.

Eulogy to Jean delivered by her grandson Adam Russell

A Life Well Lived
The Eulogy of Jean Spry

Jean Spry was born on the 4th March in 1911. She was the second born, her twin sister Isobelle (Toss) is older by fifteen minutes.
Jean was born to Alice and Stanly Collis (Col), a young couple who moved away from their family in Victoria to Sydney to start a new life.
There were six children, Isobelle, Jean, Valmae, Jack, Edward (Ted) and Dorothy. Val was fourteen months younger than the twins and Jack was thirteen months younger again. There was six years between the twins and Ted and fourteen years between them and Dot.
At five years of age Jean contracted polio, which was a life altering event. The disease left her left leg shorter and less developed. This was the source of her limp which in a way was also her trademark.
It was tough for her family as well. They moved to Annandale to be closer to the Children's Hospital but every morning before work, Stanley would walk to the ocean to get a bucket of saltwater because it was believed that bathing the leg in saltwater was curative.
One memory stood out from this time for Jean. It is the image in the children's Hospital of one little girl also with polio being wheeled into the hospital, so afflicted that her parents had attached her to a door and layed her out on it. The girl was obviously in intense pain. However, the five year old Jean did not see the pain in the eyes of the other girl, only that she had blonde hair, blue eyes, was dressed in blue and little curls like Shirley Temple. This was her personification of beauty and she dressed her children in this manner. It was said of her that her girls always looked "like dolls in a bandbox" and their look stemmed from that moment.
The young Jean recovered, a little weaker physically but much stronger mentally than before. She strived to be faster, stronger and better at anything she tried her hand at than anyone else. She struggled against the barriers of prejudice, e.g. her Uncle Charlie told her that she would never marry because of her leg. I think most people here know that if you told Jean she couldn't do something, she would strive all the harder.
She became very good at tennis, practicising four days a week to the point where she won the B+ grade competition in her area and moved to an A-. She was always proud of that achievement and with polio, it is quite an achievemment.
Her memories of those years were very fond, often it involved the inseperable gang of four, her, Toss, Val and Jack. She also made lifelong friends in Kath and Eileen, who she saw frequently until their passing a few years ago.
She enjoyed her young adult years. It was Jean who was the flirty one with the twinkle in her eye. This is probably best summed up by the fact that Isobel was given the key to the front door but it was Jean who was given the key to the back door.
About this time Jean was proposed to by a young gentleman by the name of Bobby Green. From all accounts, he was a bit of a looker, a great dancer and someone who could sing for an audience. She said no; her heart was to belong to another, a quiet man, not a good singer but with other qualities she felt were far more important. His name was Francis Owen.
Frank worked at Austral Brone in a foundry. When Jean looked over the factory and saw the hellish conditions he worked in, she concluded that he must have loved her very much to go through that.
Frank became her husband in 1939. Nine months later their first daughter Margarette was born. At this time the war intervened. Luckily Frank worked in a vital war industry making ammunition and was saved from the brutality of that conflict. In 1945 with the victory bells barely quiet, Jean was a mother again, this time to her second daughter, Frances.
Jean had found her place. Her family was her world. She raised two children, bought a house and even had a small win in the lottery!
Unfortunately in 1962, Frank was diagnosed with Lung Cancer. Jean nursed her ailing husband for five years 'till his passing in 1967.
Soon afterward her mother Alice became ill and Jean then nursed her until she died six months after Frank.
One of the things her mother had suggested was that Jean join the Hurstville Diggers Bowling Club to meet new people. She did and began a long relationship with the club.
Her interest in photography was noted and she was soon designated the official photographer for the Hurstville Diggers Bowling Club. Another club member with an interest in photography was Sergeant Spry, an engineer with the Australian Army. William James Spry (Jim) began to get to know Jean and after a whirlwind romance they were married in 1970.
Jean and Jim travelled a lot in this period but her favourite destination was undoubtedly New Zealand. Jim had no children of his own and relished the chance to be included in a family. He was a fantastic grandfather!
Sadly Jim was diagnosed with Lung Cancer in 1980. Once again Jean nursed an ailing husband. Jim passed away in 1983.
Jean continued to bowl and was joined at her home by her daughter Frances and me.
At this time, Jean decided she needed to expand her mind and went to art class with her granddaughter Kathleen. She painted for five years at Oatley Park under a painting teacher.
Many people here have one of her paintings on your wall. Jean decided she needed a box for all her brushes and paints, so instead of simply buying one, she learnt carpentry and made one (actually a few more than one). Jean always kept herself busy with photography, painting, carpentry, bowls and other interests. During this time she also spent much time [with] her family, Toss, Val and Dot, Ted and Jack having passed earlier.
Also during this time she made many friends at the bowling club; Shirley and Alf, Bertie, Norma, Hazel and of course Ken. Ken has been a good friend of hers and the family for a very long time.
In 1998 she was diagnosed with a secondary skin cancer which meant she was not expected [to] live very long afterwards. Her reaction was typical of Jean; to fight it. That cancer was never heard of again.
While she has gone from this place, we know that she will indeed live on in us. We who are left behind, mourn the fact that one remarkable person has left us. I take comfort from the fact that she is herself again and that we will see her again soon.

Bye Nan

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{S0341}. Internet (WCP) REINHARD (Leimen - Gimbsheim). http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=AHN&db=hdreinhard&id=I84.
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{S0342}. Internet (WCP) TUFFIN, Pat : re RIDEOUT. http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=AHN&db=pattuffin&id=I65232.
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{S0343}. BDM (Free BMD). http://freebmd.rootsweb.com/cgi/search.pl.
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{S0344}. Internet (ancestry.com) 'MyFamily' and/or 'World Tree Project' Matches.
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"Born in Ireland, he arrived in New South Wales in 1822 aboard the `Mangles 2'; after working in the Campbelltown and Lake George areas, he was granted a ticket-of-leave in 1832, conditional on him staying on the western side of the Murrumbidgee; he lived alone there and was accepted by the Aborigines of the area; in 1841 he married Ann Russell; Cotter was given a conditional pardon in 1846 that gave him freedom of movement, except in Britain and Ireland; with his wife,"

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{S0347}. Internet (Johnny Boy's Walkabout Blog) : COTTER, Garrett (0524) and RUSSELL, Ann (0525). http://jevans.pcug.org.au/Pages/Local%20Names.htm.

"Cotter (UTM 55H 665745-6053219) - Garrett Cotter and his wife, Ann, were true pioneers in the mountainous region of the present Namadgi National Park. The Cotter River is named after Garrett Cotter and the name was first officially used in 1839. Garrett Cotter was born in 1802 in County Cork, Ireland. The British had taken direct control of Ireland and he fired on the troops in a minor uprising. A military commission sentenced him to transportation to Australia for "the term of his natural life". He arrived in the colony of New South Wales in 1822 aboard the "Mangles 2". After working in the Campelltown and Lake George areas he was granted a ticket-of-leave in 1832, conditional on him staying on the western side of the Murrumbidgee. Here he lived alone and was accepted by the Aborigines of the area. He built a house near the headwaters of the river that was later to bear his name. In 1841 he married Ann Russell and they had seven children. Cotter was given a conditional pardon in 1846 that gave him freedom of movement, except in Britain and Ireland. The Cotters later moved to near Michelago, where they built the family home which is still occupied by the Cotter family. This solid durable structure with thick walls is a tribute to Cotter's skill as carpenter and stonemason. The Cotter Hut, in the Cotter Flats, was built in the 1890's by Thomas Oldfield. The Cotter Dam was built between 1912 and 1915, with an original proposed height of 30.5 metres. It was only built to a height of 18.3 metres although this was raised to 25.8 metre in 1949-1951. Source: ACT National Trust Namadgi Historical Summaries 1991."

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{S0348}. Wikipedia : COTTER, Garrett (0524). http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Garrett_Cotter.
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{S0349}. Internet (Peter Maybury's Convict Site) : COTTER, Garrett (0524). http://members.pcug.org.au/~ppmay/cgi-bin/irish/irish.cgi?requestType=Search2&id=5725.
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{S0350}. Greville's Post Office Directory : 1872 Michelago. http://listsearches.rootsweb.com/th/read/GENANZ/2002-10/1033542751.

"COTTER Garrett squatter Michelago"

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{S0351} Compiled by Anthony TICKNER. Chart : Ancestor : TICKNER, Cecil James (0000).
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{S0352}. Family History Society : Herefordshire Family History Society : WATKINS, Rachael (1160).
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{S0353}. Internet (MyHeritage) : General.
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{S0354}. Biography : OWEN, Roslyn Elizabeth (1411) [Autobiography].
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{S0355}. Biography : OWEN, Gerard John (1415) [Autobiography].
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{S0356}. Biography : OWEN, Janice Anne (1409) [Autobiography].
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{S0357}. Biography : OWEN, Errol George Patrick (1413) [Autobiography].
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{S0358}. Biography : PYE, Marguerita Agnes (0144).
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{S0359}. Researcher : NEWTON, Christine re FRESHWATER, RICHARDSON.
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{S0360} Michael Flynn. Book : "The Second Fleet, Britain's Grim Convict Armada of 1790" : WATKINS, Rachael (1160).
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{S0361}. Certificate - Marriage : GEGG, James Albert (0017) and TICKNER, Elizabeth (0018).

Number : 1922 / 1871 - 442
Date of Marriage : 15 Aug 1871
Place : St John's Church Camden NSW
Religion : Church of England

GROOM
Name : James Albert GEGG
Conjugal Status : Bachelor
Usual Occupation : Farm Labourer
Usual Place of Residence : Razorback

BRIDE
Name : Elizabeth TICKNER
Conjugal Status : Spinster
Usual Occupation : Living with her parents
Usual Place of Residence : Razorback

Mininster : Rev Henry Tincombe
Witnesses : John TICKNER AND Eliza Florist DENGATE

Consent : The consent of Henry TICKNER the father of Elizabeth TICKNER was given to the marriage of Elizabeth TICKNER with James Albert GEGG, the said Elizabeth TICKNER being under the age of twenty one years.
Henry Tincombe ... Minister

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Reference: NSW 1922 / 1871
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{S0362}. Cemetery Records : Goulburn City Council : Gegg, James Albert (0017) and GEGG (nee TICKNER), Elizabeth (0018).

Text from Source
METHODIST SECTION :

GEGG : James Albert; abode : Common St Goulburn; age 65yrs
died April 28, 1915 (s/be 26)
buried April 30, 1915
Section 38
Lot 24

GEGG : Elizabeth; abode : Goulburn; age 77 years
died May 2, 1929
buried May 3, 1929
Section 38
Lot 25

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{S0363}. Researcher : DOBSON (nee HUDSON), Fay : Various.
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{S0364}. Certificate - Death : OWEN, George (0110).

Text from Source
NSW Death Registration Transcription Ref No : 1915 / 19411

Name : George OWEN
Date of Death : 6/11/1915 (6 Nov 1915)
Place : Scott Memorial Hospital, Municipality of Scone NSW
Occupation : Shearer
Sex : MAle
Age : 38
Place of birth : Cowra NSW
Time in NSW :

Father : Thomas OWEN
Occupation : Smelter
Mother : Sarha (stet) BUCKLEY

Place of Marriage : Not Married
Age at Marriage :
Name of Spouse :
Children of Marriage :

Informant : John OWEN, Brother, Sydney

Cause of Death : Ulcerous Stomach, Rupture of same with general Peritonitis (Operation)
Length of Illness : 4 Days
Medical Attendant : Charles H Scott
Date Last Seen : 5/11/1915 (5 Nov 1915)

Date of burial : 6/11/1915 (6 Nov 1915)
Place of Burial : Roman Catholic Cemetery Scone
Minister & Religion : Edmund McGrath, Roman Catholic
Undertaker : Walter Hawkins
Witnesses : E T Hayne, R Peet

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Reference: NSW 19411 / 1915
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{S0365}. Certificate - Birth : OWEN, Edward (0111).

Text from this Source :

Births Registered in New South Wales, Australia

Number in register : 100
When and where born : 21 November 1884, Nymagee
Name : Edward - Present
Sex : Male

FATHER
Name & Surname : Thomas OWEN
Rank or Profession : Smelter
Age : 46 years
Birthplace : Wales

When and Where Married : 2 May 1872 (Incorrect) Goulburn NSW
Issue : Indecipherable

MOTHER
Name & Maiden Surname : Sarah OwWEN formerly BUCKLEY
Age : 43 years
Birthplace : Sydney NSW

Informant : Certified by Sarah OWEN, Mother, Nymagee
Witnesses : Indecipherable
Particulars of Registration : Indecipherable

Issued 7 March 1991

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Reference: NSW 18980 / 1884
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{S0366). Letter : from OWEN (nee BURLEY), Rachel (0014) to OWEN, John Edward (0001).
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{S0367}. Biography : OWEN, John (0013).
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{S0368}. Biography : BURLEY, Rachel Elizabeth (0014).
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{S0369}. Internet (Ancestor Notes) : OWEN Ancestors. Site : http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~lcowen/ancestor_notes.htm#OWEN.

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{S0370}. Letter : from Dr Bernard BOURKE to OWEN, John Edward (0001).
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{S0371}. Cemetery : Rookwood. Search http://rookwoodcemetery.com.au/.
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{S0372}. Certificate - Death : OWEN, John (0013).

Registration No : 38986
Date of Death : 7 Nov 1970
Place of Death : Royal North Shore Hospital of Sydney, St Leonards, Usual Residence 11 Rowe St, Roseville Chase
Name : John Owen
Occupation : Miner
Sex : Male
Age : 91
Cause of Death : Coal Worker's Pneumonoconiosis, Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia
Duration : Years, Months
Medical Attendant : Roger Francis Dethlefs, Registered
Father : Thomas Owen
Father's Occupation : Miner
Mother - Maiden Name : Sarah Buckley
Informant : Sylvia M Newton, daughter, 11 Rowe St, Roseville Chase; Registered 13 Nov 1970
When Buried : 10 Nov 1970
Where : Catholic Cemetery, Woronora
Undertaker : Labor Motor Funerals Ltd
Minister : A D Roset
Religion : Roman Catholic
Witnesses : J W Ebyant, P Learn
Where Born : Cowra, NSW
Time in Colony/State :
Place Married : Texas, Queensland
Age at Marriage : 27
Spouse : Rachel Elizabeth Burley (Deceased)
Children of Marriage :Sylvia M 62, Edward A 61, Frederick J 59, Thomas W 52, George V 50, Francis (Deceased)
Othe Comments :

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Reference: NSW 38986 / 1970
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{S0373}. Researcher : TUCK, Val L re MAY, BURLEY, MICHAEL.
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{S0374}. Researcher : SINCLAIR (nee KOELLNER), Vickiann re KOELLNER, PARTRIDGE.
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{S0375}. Greville's Post Office Directory : 1872 Parramatta. http://www.family.joint.net.au/index.php?mid=1&cid=406.

"GARLAND James, blacksmith, Pennant St"
"JONES Samuel, carpenter, George St"

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{S0376}. Electoral Roll : Federal (West Sydney); NSW State (Phillip); Sub Division (Phillip).

1936 :
Newton, Leslie James, 67 Abercrombie, City, Salesman, M

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{S0377}. Bankruptcy Records : OWEN, Thomas (0044).
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Reference: NSW SR 10 / 23229
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{S0378}. Deceased Estate : HILL, Samuel (0069).
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{S0379}. Researcher : COLLUMBELL (nee PARTRIDGE), Debbie re PARTRIDGE/OSMOND.
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{S0380}. Parish Registers : Crewkerne, Somerset : St. Bartholomew's Parish Church : Baptism : PARTRIDGE, Stephen (1141). http://www.crewkerneopc.com/Baptisms/bap-1783.Mar-1795.Apr.html.

Page : 79
Name : Stephen PARTRIDGE
Date : 30 June 1793
Father : Thomas
Mother : Jane
Abode : Crewkerne

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{S0381}. Researcher : FLINT, Kristine re OWEN.
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{S0383}. Researcher : NOONAN, Kevin re NOONAN, McNAMARA.
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{S0384}. Researcher : OUTRIDGE, Michael re BUCKLEY, SMITH, DENNISS.
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{S0385}. Cemetery : Woronora. http://www.woronoracemetery.org.au/location-guide.
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{S0386}. Researcher : DONNON, Diane re HILL, POLDEN.
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{S0387}. Researcher : KEARNEY, Lori re BO(W)LAND.
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{S0388}. Certificate - Death : ANDERSON, Robert (1246).

Name : Robert Anderson
Date of Death : 27/11/1898
Place : 156 Australia Street Camperdown NSW
Occupation : Bricklayer
Sex : Male
Age : 41
Conjugal Status :
Place of Birth : Glebe
Time in Aust Colonies :

Father : Robert Anderson
Occupation : Builder
Mother : Anes Wright

Place of Marriage : Not Married
Age at Marriage :
Name of Spouse :
Children of Marriage :
Informant : (Signed) Robert Anderson, father of deceased, 154 Australia St Camperdown

Cause of Death : Chronic Brights Disease, Heart Failure
Length of Illness : 5 years
Medical Attendant : Gordon Craig
Date Last Seen : 27/11/1898

Date of Burial : 28/11/1898
Place of Burial : Presbyterian Cemetery Rookwood
Minister & Religion : T W Dunn, Presbyterian
Undertaker : Ernest Andrews
Witnesses : J James, W S Slater

Registered : 28/11/1898 Newtown

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Reference: NSW 1898 / 15085
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{S0389}. Certificate - Death : PARTRIDGE, Stephen (1141).

Registration no : 1878 / 009095
Register No : 529

Date of Death : 18th July 1878
Place of Death : Port Macquarie

Name : Stephen Partridge
Occupation : Late of Police Force

Sex : Male
Age : 86 years 6 months

Cause of Death : Decay from old age
Duration of last illness : 6 weeks 4 days
Medical attendant :
When he last saw deceased : Same

Name of father : Joseph Partridge
Occupation of father : Carpenter
Name and maiden surname of mother : Jane (unknown)

Informant : Anne Caroline Partridge, daughter, Port Macquarie

Particulars of Registration : Pat I Perrott, District Registrar, 18th July 1878, Port Macquarie

When buried : 21st July 1878
Where buried : St Thomas Cemetery Port Macquarie
Name of undertaker : Charles Wilkins

Name and religion of Minister : None
Names of witnesses of burial : Thomas E Edwards; George Litchfield

Where born : Cookham, Somersetshire
How long in Australasian Colonies or States : 64 years NSW

Place of marriage : Port Macquarie
Age at marriage : 42 years
To whom married : Julia Cotterdown

Children of marriage : John 43 years; Richard 40 years; Margaret deceased; Sarah deceased; Ann Caroline 29 (she was 36); Margaret Marion Susannah 27


Repository : Source document file Vol 04 [28]
Reference: NSW 1878 / 9095
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{S0390}. Certificate - Death : FRESHWATER (nee ANDERSON), Agnes (1253).

Death Registered in New South Wales 7921 / 1919

Date : 13 April 1919
Place of Death : The Walker Convalescent Hospital Concord, formerly of William St Ashfield
Name : Agnes Freshwater
Sex : Female
Age : 59 years

Cause of Death : (a) Influenza 7 days; (b) Pneumonia 4 days
Medical Attendant : Percival A C Davenport
Registered : 13 April 1919

Father : Robert Anderson
Father's Occupation : Stonemason
Mother : Unknown

Informant : C Freshwater, son; William St Ashfield

Registration : 14 April 1919; Burwood

Buried : 15 April 1919
Wher Buried : Methodist Cemetery Rookwood
Undertaker : Geo Anderson

Minister : J G Middleton; Methodist;
Witnesses : Charles H Nichols; Owen Bisley

Where Born : Camperdown, Sydney NSW

Place of Marriage : Newtown NSW
Age at Marriage : 21 years
To Whom Married : Charles Freshwater

Children of Marriage :
Agnes 37; Robert 35; Sarah 34; Charles 32; Violet 30; Albert 28; Elsie 25 : Living
One male and one female deceased

Repository : Source document file Vol 04 [28]
Reference: NSW 1919 / 7921
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{S0391}. Certificate - Marriage : FRESHWATER, Charles (1275) and ANDERSON, Agnes (1253).

Marriage Registration 2203 / 1881
Register No : 19

Married : 22 February 1881
Place of Marriage : Mr Robert Anderson, Margaret St, Newtown, Sydney

GROOM
Name : Charles Freshwater
Conjugal Status : Bachelor
Usual Occupation : Plasterer
Usual Residence : Ashfield

BRIDE
Name : Agnes Anderson
Conjugal Status : Spinster
Usual Residence : Margaret St Newtown, Sydney

Married in (struck out) the (struck out) : 71, Mr Robert Anderson, Margaret St, Newtown, Sydney
According to : the rites and ceremonies of the Presbyterian Church

Witnesses : Richard (Indecipherable); Mary Anderson
Minister : (Indecipherable : possibly Richard Collier)

Repository : Source document file Vol 04 [28]
Reference: NSW 1881 / 2203
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{S0392}. Booklet : Requiem Mass for BIBER, Michael Leonard (1490).
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{S0393}. Certificate - Birth : FRESHWATER, Charles (1275).

Name : Charles Freshwater (Present)
Date : 29 December 1860
Place of birth : Ashfield
Sex : Male

Father : William Freshwater
Occupation : Gardener
Age ; 36 Years
Birthplace : Melbourne, Cambridgeshire, England

Date of Marriage : 1846
Place of Marriage : Melbourne, Cambridgeshire, England
Previous Issue : 1 Male, 2 Females, Living; 4 Males, 3 Females, Deceased

Mother : Sarah formerly Miller
Age : 35 Years
Birthplace : Sheppery??, Cambridgeshire, England (Indecipherable)

Informant : Sarah Freshwater, Mother, Ashfield (Signed with a Mark)
Witnesses : Mrs. Drake
Particulars of Registration : John Watts, 2nd February, 1861; Burwood

Repository : Source document file Vol 04 [28]
Reference: NSW 3688 / 1861
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{S0394}. Biography : OWEN, William David (1454) and MOSS, Rhoda (1491). https://869789182725854870-a-edparkerfamily-org-s-sites.googlegroups.com/a/edparkerfamily.org/www/family-history/rhodamossowenhistory.pdf.
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{S0395}. Certificate - Death : FRESHWATER, Charles (1275).

Registration No : 15216
Register No : 738
Date : 15 October 1915
Place of Death : 13 William St Ashfield

Name : Charles Freshwater
Occupation : Plasterer
Sex : Male
Age : 55 Years

Cause of Death : Cerebral Apoplexy Syncope
Duration of Last Illness : 17 Days
Medical Attendant : Cecil D Greenwood M.R.C.S. (Registered)
Date last Seen : 18 October 1915

Father's Name : William Freshwater
Father's Occupation : Road contractor
Mother's Maiden Name : Sarah Miller
Informant : Robert Freshwater, Son, 22 Prospect Rd, Summerhill

Date Registered : 19 October 1915
Registered At : Ashfield

Date Buried : 20 October 1915
Place Buried : Methodist Cemetery Rookwood
Undertaker : F J Field

Minister : John C Hill
Religion : Methodist
Witnesses : Robert Freshwater; C Freshwater Junior

Wher Born : Ashfield NSW

Place of Marriage: Newtown, Sydney, NSW
Age at Marriage : 21 Years
Spouse : Agnes Anderson

Children of Marriage : Agnes (38), Robert W (31), Sarah E (30), Charles (28), Violet (27), John T (25), Albert J (24), Elsie (21), Emma m (19) Living; Nil Deceased

Repository : Source document file Vol 04 [28]
Reference: NSW 1915 / 15216
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374.
{S0396}. Newspaper : The Sydney Morning Herald.
Repository : Library, Photo (Incl Digital Images), Greeting Card & Postcard Collections [21]
Changed: 8 NOV 2012 09:38:59
375.
{S0397}. Newspaper : The Maitland Mercury & Hunter River General Advertiser.
Repository : Library, Photo (Incl Digital Images), Greeting Card & Postcard Collections [21]
Changed: 8 NOV 2012 09:38:59
376.
{S0398}. Newspaper : TICKNER, John (0423) : Death Notice. The Sydney Morning Herald.
Repository : Library, Photo (Incl Digital Images), Greeting Card & Postcard Collections [21]
Changed: 8 NOV 2012 09:38:59
377.
{S0399}. Newspaper : TICKNER, John (0423) : Horses Impounded. Sydney Morning Herald.
Repository : Library, Photo (Incl Digital Images), Greeting Card & Postcard Collections [21]
Changed: 8 NOV 2012 09:38:59
378.
{S0400}. Newspaper : TICKNER, John (0423) : Horse Breeding and Showing. Sydney Morning Herald and The Maitland Mercury & Hunter River General Advertiser.
Repository : Library, Photo (Incl Digital Images), Greeting Card & Postcard Collections [21]
Changed: 8 NOV 2012 09:38:59
379.
{S0401}. Newspaper : DENGATE, Frederick James and TICKNER, Eliza Florist : Marriage Notice. Sydney Morning Herald.
Repository : Library, Photo (Incl Digital Images), Greeting Card & Postcard Collections [21]
Changed: 8 NOV 2012 09:38:59
380.
{S0401}. Newspaper : TICKNER, John (0423) : Crop Exhibiting. Sydney Morning Herald.
Repository : Library, Photo (Incl Digital Images), Greeting Card & Postcard Collections [21]
Changed: 8 NOV 2012 09:38:59
381.
{S0403}. Newspaper : TICKNER, Edward (0199) : Death Notice. Sydney Morning Herald.
Repository : Library, Photo (Incl Digital Images), Greeting Card & Postcard Collections [21]
Changed: 8 NOV 2012 09:38:59
382.
{S0404}. Newspaper : TICKNER (nee SMITH), Mary (0290) : Death and Funeral Notices. Sydney Morning Herald.
Repository : Library, Photo (Incl Digital Images), Greeting Card & Postcard Collections [21]
Changed: 8 NOV 2012 09:38:59
383.
{S0405}. Newspaper : WELLAR, Louisa (0224) : Coroner's Inquiry. Sydney Morning Herald.
Repository : Library, Photo (Incl Digital Images), Greeting Card & Postcard Collections [21]
Changed: 8 NOV 2012 09:38:59
384.
{S0406}. Newspaper : TICKNER (nee TOWNER/FORD), Sarah (0200) : Death Notice. Sydney Morning Herald.
Repository : Library, Photo (Incl Digital Images), Greeting Card & Postcard Collections [21]
Changed: 8 NOV 2012 09:38:59
385.
{S0407}. Newspaper : TICKNER, Richard (1084) : Near Drowning. The Maitland Mercury & Hunter River General Advertiser.
Repository : Library, Photo (Incl Digital Images), Greeting Card & Postcard Collections [21]
Changed: 8 NOV 2012 09:38:59
386.
{S0408}. Newspaper : BAILEY, Christopher Thomas William (0297) and TICKNER, Caroline (0296) : Marriage Notice. Maitland Mercury.
Repository : Library, Photo (Incl Digital Images), Greeting Card & Postcard Collections [21]
Changed: 8 NOV 2012 09:38:59
387.
{S0409}. Newspaper : DOWLE, William and BARDEN, Eliza : Marriage Notice. Sydney Morning Herald.
Repository : Library, Photo (Incl Digital Images), Greeting Card & Postcard Collections [21]
Changed: 8 NOV 2012 09:38:59
388.
{S0410}. Newspaper : GEGG, James Albert (0017) and TICKNER, Elizabeth (0018) : Marriage Notice. Sydney Morning Herald.
Repository : Library, Photo (Incl Digital Images), Greeting Card & Postcard Collections [21]
Changed: 8 NOV 2012 09:38:59
389.
{S0411}. Newspaper : SOFFE, Clement and HOPE (nee PARTRIDGE), Emma (0862) : Marriage Notice. Sydney Morning Herald.
Repository : Library, Photo (Incl Digital Images), Greeting Card & Postcard Collections [21]
Changed: 8 NOV 2012 09:38:59
390.
{S0412}. Newspaper : HILL, Samuel (0069) : Funeral Notice. Sydney Morning Herald.
Repository : Library, Photo (Incl Digital Images), Greeting Card & Postcard Collections [21]
Changed: 8 NOV 2012 09:38:59
391.
{S0413}. Newspaper : HILL, George (0157) and BROWN, Susan (0173) : Marriage Notice. Sydney Morning Herald.
Repository : Library, Photo (Incl Digital Images), Greeting Card & Postcard Collections [21]
Changed: 8 NOV 2012 09:38:59
392.
{S0414}. Newspaper : HILL, Samuel (Son of F0067) : Birth Notice. Sydney Morning Herald.
Repository : Library, Photo (Incl Digital Images), Greeting Card & Postcard Collections [21]
Changed: 8 NOV 2012 09:38:59
393.
{S0415}. Newspaper : HILL, Henry Andrew (0161) and SUMMONS, Elizabeth (0177) : Marriage Notice. Sydney Morning Herald.
Repository : Library, Photo (Incl Digital Images), Greeting Card & Postcard Collections [21]
Changed: 8 NOV 2012 09:38:59
394.
{S0416}. Newspaper : HILL, Samuel (0069) : Executor of Samuel Gilbert's Will. Sydney Morning Herald.
Repository : Library, Photo (Incl Digital Images), Greeting Card & Postcard Collections [21]
Changed: 8 NOV 2012 09:38:59
395.
{S0417} Family Search. Index : Bounty Immigrants Arriving in Australia 1828 - 1842 : GRADY and HAYES.

Principal's Name : John Grady
Estimated Birth Year : 1819
Age in Years : 22
Native Place of Principal : Mallow, Cork, Ireland
Father's Name : John Grady
Mother's Name : Ellen Sqavage
Spouse's Name : Margaret Grady
Native Place of Spouse : Mallow, Cork, Ireland
Spouse's Father's Name : Jeremiah Hayes
Spouse's Mother's Name : Margaret Sullivan
Ship : Lady Kennaway
Date of Arrival : 13 Oct 1841
Volume : 49
GS Number : 416872
DGS Number : 4117084
Image Number : 0384

Repository : Source document file Vol 05 [29]
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396.
{S0418}. Certificate - Death : ANDERSON, David (1254).

Text from this Source :
Transcription from NSW Register of Deaths

Number : 1861 / 1761, District of Kingston

Name : Dqavid Anderson
Date of Death : 2/6/1861
Place : Kingston, Parish, Petersham NSW
Sex : Male
Age : 9 Weeks
Place of Birth : Kingston

Father : Robert Anderson
Occupation : Stonemason
Mother : Agnes Wright

Informant : Robert Anderson, Kingston, Father
Cause of Death : Diarahia and Convulsions
Length of Illness : 1 Week
Medical Attendant : Dr Scriver
Date Last seen : 31/5/1861

Date of Burial : 3/6/1861
Place of Burial : Presbyterian Burial Ground
Undertaker : Thos Dixon
Witnesses : Robt Anderson, Agnes Anderson

Registered : 3/6/1861 Kingston

Repository : Source document file Vol 05 [29]
Reference: NSW 1761 / 1861
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{S0419}. Certificate - Death : BALDWIN (nee ANDERSON), Mary Campbell (1255).

Text from this Source :
Transcription from NSW Register of Deaths

Number : 1861 / 1761, District of Redfern

Date of Death : 28/6/1921
Place : Maroubra Bay Road, South Randwick NSW
Sex : Female
Age 58
Place of Birth : Sydney NSW

Father : Robert Anderson
Occupation : Stonemason
Mother, Agnes, formerly Anderson

Place of Mariage : Sydney
Age at Marriage : 19
Name of Spouse : Alfred Baldwin
Children of Marriage : Violet M 38, Lily 36, Lottie 34, Alfred 32, Elsie H 26, John 25, Horace H 23, Gladys I 20, Living; none deceased
Informant : H H Baldwin, son, Maroubra Bay Road, South Randwick

Cause of Death : Typhoid Fever, Heart Failure
Length of Illness : 21 days
Medical Attendant : Matthew R Harris
Date Last Seen : 28/6/1921

Date of Burial : 30/6/1921
Place of Burial : Presbyterian Cemetery Randwick
Minister & Religion : C H Talbot, Presbyterian
Undertaker : T J Andrews
Witnesses : James O Andrews, F Davies

Registered : 29/6/1921 Redfern

Repository : Source document file Vol 05 [29]
Reference: NSW 5456 / 1921
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{S0420}. Certificate - Death : ANDERSON, David (1247).

Text from this Source :
Transcription from NSW Register of Deaths

Number : 670 / 1881 , District of Canterbury

Date of Death : 30/11/1912
Place : 6th Avenue Campsie, Municipality of Canterbury NSW
Occupation : Stonemason
Sex : Male
Age ; 46
Place of Birth : Camperdown Sydney

Father : Robert Anderson
Occupation : Stonemason
Mother : Agnes Wright

Place of Marriage : Camperdown Sydney
Age at Marriage : 21
Name of Spouse : Alice Henrietta Briggs
Children of Marriage : Alexander 24, Amy M 22, Pearl P 18, Alice h 13, Living; none deceased
Informant : A Anderson, son, 6th Avenue Campsie

Cause of Death : Phthisis Pulmonalis, Silicosis
Medical Attendant : R W McCredie
Date Last Seen : 30/11/1912

Date of Burial : 2/12/1912
Place of Burial : Presbyterian Cemetery Rookwood
Minister & Religion : Charles Bell, Presbyterian
Undertaker : Ernest Andrews
Witnesses : Alec Andeson, C Freshwater

Registered : 2/12/1912 Canterbury

Repository : Source document file Vol 05 [29]
Reference: NSW 15030 / 1912
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{S0420}. Headstone : HAISELL, John (0428) and HAISELL (nee TICKNER), Sarah (0420).
Repository : Library, Photo (Incl Digital Images), Greeting Card & Postcard Collections [21]
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{S0421}. Certificate - Death : HAFFNER (nee ANDERSON), Violet (1257).

Text from this Source :
Transcription from WA Register of Deaths

Number : 32 / 1907 , District of Geraldton

Date of Death : 4 May 1907
Where Died : Victoria Hospital, Geraldton, WA
Sex : Female
Age : 37 Years

Cause of Death : Pernicious Annemia
Duration of last Illness : 3 Years
Medical Attendant : L M Hungerford
Last Seen : 4 May 1907

Name of Father : Robert Anderson
Occupation : Builder

Informant : George Lester (Signed)
Description : Undertaker
Residence : Geraldton WA

Buried : 5 May 1907
Location : Presbyterian Cemetery, Geraldton WA
Undertaker : George Lester

Minister : W Floyd Thommas (?) Geraldton WA
Witnesses : E Lester, E Lester

Where Born : Newtown NSW
Time in Australian States : NSW 26 Years; WA 11 Years

Married at : Newtown NSW
Age at Marriage : 21 Years
To Whom : Louis Haffner
Children : Robert Leonard 14 Years; Emma 14 Years

Repository : Source document file Vol 05 [29]
Reference: WA 32 / 1907
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