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101 .Margaret Deeves.Died 1807 aged 82.Stephen Deeves.Died 1811 aged 80.
Parents of Richard Deeves.Mary Deeves.Died 1811 aged 62(wife of Richard)
This is not a Palatine name but they associated and intermarried with the
Palatines for a long time.
http://www.scotlandsclans.com/kilcooley.htm
old Palatine
graveyard at Kilcooley

Possible relatives.

There is an Anastasia Ryan buried in Co Tipperary in 1861 1446539 Tipperary north - Parish Nenagh Ng (NG) - 
DEEVES Anastasia (I569)
 
102 05/011402 SCHOCH Elsie Christina Fleming (I4813)
 
103 08/012074 SCHOCH Irene Thelma (I4814)
 
104 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I7234)
 
105 10 children

3 Ocober 1798 A few days since the Rev Thomas Seabrook of Cavendish married Miss F.Brewster, daughter of Mr R.W.Brewster, gent, of Otten Belcham
1798-1799 Bury and Norwich Post newspaper archive
http://www.foxearth.org.uk/1798-1799BuryNorwichPost.html 
Rev SEABROOK Thomas (I3821)
 
106 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I3776)
 
107 10 weeks HEARD Irene Elsie (I12548)
 
108 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Private (I5306)
 
109 10140570 John Hannah died 1858 is buried Kilraughts Patish, Antrim.

dorothy Arthur’s info states that he was buried at Bushvale. 
HANNAH John (I12895)
 
110 1019 as 1914 except he is possibly living with mother Ellen? No Nellie
1914 Harry Thomas, electrician, Nellie Mabel Gertrude hd, 15 Howard street, South Richmond
1919 - 166 Brighton street, South Richmond, electrician and hd
1924 - 12 Melrose Street, South Richmond, electrician and hd
1931, 1936, 1937 - Harry Thomas , 16 Howard street, electrician with Edna Nellie Waknell weaver (daughter), Nellie Mabel Gertrude hd 
WAKENELL Harry Thomas (I13199)
 
111 115-u-COE Section U Grave 115 ALLSOP Brian John (I8073)
 
112 1184929 RAU Mathaeus Friederich (I7903)
 
113 12 May 1887 - MR GS Seabrook of Hobart has received a telegram from Gereymough NZ to say that his brother in law Mr John Reid has been killed.

http://paperspast.natlib.govt.nz/browse.html

Inangahua Times, Wednesday 11th May 1887, p. 2, col 2

DEATH - At Ahaura, on 10th May, 1887, John Reid

A painful sensation was caused in town yesterday by receipt of a telegram from Ahaura announcing the death by accident of Mr John Reid, J.P., proprietor of the Ahaura saw-mills. It seems from the meagre particulars to hand that on Monday evening last Mr Reid left the mill for Callaghan's with a dray laden with timber. As he did not return in the evening a messenger was despatched after him on the following morning, and some distance up the creek the dray was found, the axle-tree broken, and part of the loading lying near. Upon a closer search the body of the unfortunate gentleman was found under water, being pinned there by the loading which had slipped off the dray. Life was quite extinct. One of the horses had also been crushed down and drowned. Upon getting the body of Mr Reid out it was found that both legs were broken. The supposition is that the deceased was walking near the wheel when the accident occurred, and was caught by the falling loading, and being unable to extricate himself was drowned. The sad intelligence was conveyed to Ahaura when numbers of people left at once and the body was brought in. The melancholy occurrence created profound consternation in Ahaura, where the deceased gentleman was well-known and respected. The funeral will take place tomorrow at 2 p.m. at Ahaura.

Inangahua Times, Friday 13th May 1887 Times p. 2 col 2

An inquest was held at Ahaura on Wednesday last upon the remains of the late Mr John Reid, but the evidence elicited nothing beyond the facts as briefly given in our last issue. The funeral took place yesterday and was very largely attended. 
REID John (I3974)
 
114 12 McKern Street, Wentworthville SMITH David Owen Leslie (I3004)
 
115 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I9615)
 
116 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I9614)
 
117 12 years 11 months FLYNN Daniel (I5475)
 
118 125 Bathurst Street IKIN Roy Leslie (I14349)
 
119 12C, 17
William Riley’s Records 
FORD Thomas William Celon (I5771)
 
120 13 Dec 1863 - Nola Mackey’s book HOWE Lydia Ann (Annie) (I511)
 
121 14 Jan 1928 - original date I had conflicts with BDM BELL James Richard (I2498)
 
122 141 Garden Street, Maroubra HUNT Claude Cecil (I1766)
 
123 15 Sep 1973 late of Lane Cove, SMH 17 Sep 1973
Late of 21 Dalrymple Avenue, lane Cove
fond grandfather 
POWER Albert Edward (I5770)
 
124 15 Warwick Street IKIN Athol Inglis (I14359)
 
125 15 Warwick Street IKIN Donald Horace (I14360)
 
126 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I9613)
 
127 15th Battalion Canadian Infantry GIBSON Robert (Bertie) (I11905)
 
128 16 Mar 1953 at Armidale, late of Waioma, Armidale, SMH 19 Mar 1953 SAUNDERS Charlotte Rachel (I2209)
 
129 16 months old when died. PRICKETT Clara Lorraine (I3613)
 
130 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I9612)
 
131 1652, p. 1372 MERCHANT Hazel (I10270)
 
132 16A Gosford Rd, Broadmeadow, NSW, Australia - 1946
did she die in Moree 
MATTHEWS Joyce Elizabeth (I4605)
 
133 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Private (I7374)
 
134 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I2680)
 
135 18 2007 TULLY Laura Ann (I6499)
 
136 18 days old SCHEEF Thelma Joan (I1112)
 
137 1825-46 - Campbelltown District, 1846-50 Buckley’s Crossing, c 1850 Bendigo, Vic, c 1851-1912 Buckley’s Crossing

Farmer - left Campbelltown district in 1846 whereby he travelled to the Monaro to mnaage his stepfather, John Ecclestone’s property Doodle for 4 years. Then went to Bendigo seeking gold, returned to Buckley’s Crossing, pruchased government land, erected hotel, blacksmith’s shop, 2 stores which he conducted for some years. He later sold his businesses and purchsased more land acquiring a large estae Londfield which he ran until his death in 1912. 
BARNES Richard (I5704)
 
138 1841 - Brook End
1841 - Collier
1846 - Collier 
HOBBS Horatio (I12640)
 
139 1841 - Dostill, Warwickshire - Male servant
1846 - 1851 Brickyard labourer at Stockingford
1851 - Swan lane Stockingford

British immigration to Victoria
PRO Victoria 103 (fiche)
p. 315
'Monica' sailed from Liverpool 30th December 1858 arrived at Melbourne 15th March, 1859

ALLSOP Samuel Labourer Warwick 38 C of E
Elizabeth " 37
William " 11
Janet " 10

All 4 read only
Code B Fiche 160 Page 008
Engaged with brother Dandenong March 21 1859

The Argus, Melbourne, Tuesday 6 February 1877 p. 5
The following cases were admitted into the Alfred Hospital yesterday: - Samuel Allsop, aged 57, suffering from fractured ribs and congestion of the lungs, caused by his falling from a cart against a stump on the road. 
ALLSOP Samuel (I4515)
 
140 1841 - Hurley, Warwickshire ALSOP Harriet (I12665)
 
141 1841 census

Thomas Richardson 45
Mary Richardson 50
Ann 20
Elizabeth 20
Esther 30
Henny 3
Joseph 1

Source Citation: Class: HO107; Piece 1; Book: 11; Civil Parish: Renhold; County: Bedfordshire; Enumeration District: 14; Folio: 4; Page: 3; Line: 12; GSU roll: 241190.


1851 Census
Source Citation: Class: HO107; Piece: 1751; Folio: 597; Page: 10; GSU roll: 87674-87675.

Esther Richardson 33 b 1818
pauper;i (Pauper) Bedford union Workhouse
Also
George Richardson 4
Hannah Richardson 9
Ann Richardson 31
Joseph Richardson 11 
RICHARDSON Thomas (I369)
 
142 1841 Census
born Wigtownshire, SCotland
Civil Parish: Stoneykirk
Address: Freigh Farm
Farmer
Pariosh Number 898
Lived with jane Coffie 15 Female servant, James Mcredie 15 male servant, Mary McGill 25 female servant,
William McGill 30 male servant, Agnes Milroy 11, Elizabeth Milroy 1, Jane Milroy 13, Margaret Milroy 4, Mary Milroy 6, William Milroy 8, Mart Templeton female servant 20

Glasgow Herald - Wednesday 20 March 1889, p. 1

MILROY - At Dashwood, Newton-Stewart, on 17th inst., aged 93 years, James Milroy, retired farmer.

One of his daughter’s married a William Kelly - mentioned in will - Master Mariner of Whithorn 
MILROY James (I12775)
 
143 1841 Census
Harry Seabrook 60 Butcher
Harriet 50
Abigail Keene 25
Charlotte Seabrook 6 - daughter of Abigail Keene

Guildford 
SEABROOK Henry (Harry) (I3692)
 
144 1841 Census - Hurley, Warwickshire
Agricultural labourer 
SANDILAND George (I12667)
 
145 1841 census lived Hurley SANDILAND John (I12849)
 
146 1846 - Servant - Warwickshire HANDLEY Elizabeth (I4516)
 
147 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I2030)
 
148 1848 Employed St Heliers, Near Muswellbrook DAWSON Thomas Benjamin (I449)
 
149 1851 - 33 year old Pauper at the Bedford Union workhouse occupation servant
Looks like she also had children Hannah 9 and George 4 who are linked with her with a parenthesis

Also Ann 31 lacemaker linked with Joseph 11 
RICHARDSON Esther (I6807)
 
150 1851 - Swan Lane Stockingford, Warwickshire, England
1899 - 1900 George Street, Clyd, NSW
1893 20 Johnston St, Richmond
1894/95 8 Du Feu St, Richmond, Vic
1896 28 Kent Street, Richmond
1903 Tenterfield

THE NEWCASTLE HERALD - 3 JAN 1921

FUNERALS - ALLSOP - Friends and Relatives of Mr and Mrs W
Rutherford, Mr and Mrs T Milton, Mr and Mrs P Merchant are invited to
attend the Funeral of their beloved father and father-in-law, William
Henry Allsop. To move from Newcastle Hospital, THIS AFTERNOON, at
2-15 o'clock, for Church of England Cemetery, Sandgate. T. MOORE,
Funeral Director, Wickham.

Tenterfield Star - 3 Jan 1921 -

"Mainly About People"

William Allsop died in Newcastle Cathedral shortly after service
commenced last night. The deceased who was 70 years old had not been
in good health of late. 
ALLSOP William Henry (I3953)
 

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