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151 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Private (I7374)
 
152 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I2680)
 
153 1740? VEŸH Ludwig (I9928)
 
154 18 2007 TULLY Laura Ann (I6499)
 
155 18 days old SCHEEF Thelma Joan (I1112)
 
156 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)
 
157 1841 - Brook End
1841 - Collier
1846 - Collier 
HOBBS Horatio (I12640)
 
158 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)
 
159 1841 - Hurley, Warwickshire ALSOP Harriet (I12665)
 
160 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)
 
161 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)
 
162 1841 Census
Harry Seabrook 60 Butcher
Harriet 50
Abigail Keene 25
Charlotte Seabrook 6 - daughter of Abigail Keene

Guildford 
SEABROOK Henry (Harry) (I3692)
 
163 1841 Census - Hurley, Warwickshire
Agricultural labourer 
SANDILAND George (I12667)
 
164 1841 census lived Hurley SANDILAND John (I12849)
 
165 1846 - Servant - Warwickshire HANDLEY Elizabeth (I4516)
 
166 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I2030)
 
167 1848 Employed St Heliers, Near Muswellbrook

Originally had Benjamin as his second name. Not sure where this came from.

Deaths On the 25th at his residence Tizrah, Armidale, Thomas Dawson,aged 88.
fri 30 Jan 1914, p. 5 
DAWSON Thomas (I449)
 
168 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)
 
169 1851 - Sarah Kelsey daughter i nlaw living with him BOSWORTH William (I14993)
 
170 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)
 
171 1851 Census
James Merchant
age 35
head spouse Matilda
born Wellington, Shropshire
Civil Parish: Great Gonerby
Licolnshire
Sub District: Grantham
Other Eliza 1 emily A 3 Matilda 27, Thomas 8 and Ann Welbaum 13
Railway contractor employing 35 men

Arrival
Fleetwood and Frances 11 March 1852
James, Sarah and children Thomas Hugh, Emily Ann (Emma), Eliza Jane, James H?


Undated p

James Merchant died from lung disease aged 50
THOMAS MERCHANT was his father.
MARY BALY was his mother (Baly on death certificate)
SARAH SMITH was informant. (Cheviot Hills)
MERTON SMITH undertaker.
MERTON SMITH witness.
5 males + 5 females living 1865
1 male + 2 females deceased.
BIOGRAPHY: Taken from I.G.I. Batch number C008592.
From SYDNEY MORNING HERALD on July 19 ,1852.
The arrival of immigrants James Merchant & family. There was also mention of Matilda's brother & family. 
MERCHANT James Henry (I8299)
 
172 1851 Census - Great Gonnerby, england

James was a railway contractor employing 35 men 
MERCHANT James Henry (I8299)
 
173 1851 census indicates birth c1833
Labourer

Arrived with wife and daughter Fanny on the 16th February, 1857«s124 Letter 19/7/88» 
HOOTON Richard (I4583)
 
174 1851 Census indicates birthplace Polesworth


THE AGE - FRONT PAGE FRI 21 MAR 1890
DEATH - REMEEUS - On the 20 Mar, Janet beloved wife of Felix
Remeeus and mother of John Remeeus, late of Dandenong.

THE AGE - BACK PAGE - FRI 21 MAR 1890
FUNERAL - REMEEUS
The friends of Mr Felix Remeeus are respectfully invited to follow the
remains of his late beloved wife Janet to the place of interment in
the St Kilda Cemetery. The funeral is appointed to leave his
residence 6 Alfred Street, College-lawn, Prahan this day Friday 21
March at 4 pm.

Compoartment E, Grave 109 Other demoninations.

1860 - Llived Dandenong
1890 Lived Prahan

THE AGE - BACK PAGE - FRI 21 MAR 1890
FUNERAL - REMEEUS
The friends of Mr Felix Remeeus are respectfully invited to follow the remains of his late beloved wife Janet to the place of interment in the St Kilda Cemetery. The funeral is appointed to leave his residence 6 Alfred Street, College-lawn, Prahan this day Friday 21
March at 4 pm. 
ALLSOP Jennetta (I7326)
 
175 1851 census lived with daughter Margaret and Grace Espie sister-in-law in Leswalt. Jane was an annuitant.

Try
MCCHLERY
MCCHLERIE

Possibility

MCCHLERY
JEAN
JOHN MCCHLERY/JEAN WALLACE FR74 (FR74)
0
01/08/1771
898/
10 68
Stoneykirk 
MCCARLIE MCHERLLE Jane (I3063)
 
176 1851 Census Ratcliffe Culey, Lei, England ALLSOP Sarah (I12660)
 
177 1851 census says his name is James born Walthaustow (Walthamstow) Essex.
Agricultural labourer 
SQUIRES Henry/James?? (I5962)
 
178 1851 english census
Rebecca Bellia
age 19
born c 1832 father Edward mother Jane
born Leytonstone, Essex,
Civil Parish: Stepney
Ecclesiastical parish: Trinity
County: Middlesex
Others Edward 43, jane 43, Charles 4, John 8, Willaim 6

The Tenterfield Star, Thursday, 17th November, 1921
Death at Drake
Mrs Rebecca Hooton
A very old and highly respected resident of Drake in the person of Mrs Rebecca Hooton, passed away on Monday last at the age of 89 years. The old lady had been in failing health for some time. She was a native of London, and married there. Her husband, the late Mr Joseph Hooton, predeceased her by some 20 years. She was of a very kindly and generous disposition and had won the respect and affection of the whole of the people of the Drake district. The children left to mourn include Mesdames S Merchant (Tenterfield), E Ford (Drake), E Pierpoint (Stanthorpe), F Parker (Drake), and E Hoult (Stanthorpe) and Messrs G Hooton (Riverview, Tabulum), R Hooton (Drake), William (Brisbane), E Hooton (Casino), and D Hooton (Casino). The remains were interred in the Church of England portion of the Drake cemetery on Tuesday last. Mr Manning of the Bush Brotherhood officiated at the graveside. The funeral arrangements were in the hands of Messrs H Corp? and Sons. Besides the 10 children living, deceased is survived by 60 grandchildren and great grandchildren. 
BETTIS Rebecca (I4558)
 
179 1851 Scholar BELLIA John (I12785)
 
180 1851 Stockingford, Swan Lane
1881 Stockingford, Swan Lane - widower
1891 Asbury Road (formerly Swan Lane)
1881 - 1891 Coal Dealer
1851 Nuneaton, Warwickshire, Brick Burner 
ALLSOP Joseph (I12661)
 
181 1853 Lived Argyle Street, Hobart

GOLDEN WEDDING
WHITE - SMITH
On the 29th March, 1853, at St George’s Church, Hobart, by special license, by the Rev Henry Phibbs Fry, D.D., Thomas White to Mary Ann Smith, in the presence of Thomas Priest, snr and Marion Bartlett and kate Smith, sister of the bride.
The Mercury 30 Mar 1903, p. 1 
WHITE Thomas (I1465)
 
182 1856 1762 33  IKIN Thomas Alexander (I2336)
 
183 1858 770 IKIN Thomas Alexander (I2336)
 
184 1858-1870 coachbuilder 1871-1873 boot maker or manufacturer at death 1895 retired merchant BLUNDSTONE John (I1649)
 
185 1860 3602 Father Clerk baptised at Holy Trinity

The Argus
Friday 4 Oct 1889, p. 1
On the 2nd inst. at her father’s residence, Tankard’s Hotel, Lonsdale Street west, Melbourne, Agnes Emma, third daughter of George Edward Lowe, aged 29 years. Deeply regretted. 
LOWE Agnes Emma (I1646)
 
186 1861 - Lived with her daughter Caroline Belton in Nottingham BLACKMAN Elizabeth (I8303)
 
187 1861 3a 99 HOOTON John (I4561)
 
188 1861 censis suggests birth at Barking, Essex SQUIRES Henry (I5966)
 
189 1861 Census
born abt 1860
Born Stranraer lived 25 High Street, Stranraer


1871 Census
born abt 1860 in Stromness, Stranraer
Scholar
Address: West Galdenoch 
FLEMING Mary (I7390)
 
190 1861 Census
Gardener - domestic servant

1871 census birth c 1844
Lived 5 james’ Cottages Stamford Hill

Dec when daughter Annie married 
HOOTON John (I7968)
 
191 1861 Census - 3 High Street, Stranraer
There is a Jane Smith Fleming living in Stranraer aged 69 widow living with son Ebenezer 28 doctor of medicine
Jane was born in Buitle, Kirkcudbrilght
Ebeneer in Kelton, Kirkcudbright


http://www.kirkcudbright.co - Great website

http://www.kirkcudbright.co/places.asp?ID=26 - Bellerigg

http://www.kirkyards.co.uk/buittle/buittle.asp?Inscription=fleming 
SMITH Jane (I15075)
 
192 1861 Census - born abt 1856
25 High Street, Stranraer, Wigtownshire born Stranraer

1871 Census
Born Stromness, Wigtownshire
Reg Districk Stoneykirk Wigtownshire
Farmer’s son - occupation 
FLEMING James Milroy (I7388)
 
193 1861 census - occupation very dificult to read Messenger
1871 census - Painter 
HOOTON William (I12783)
 
194 1861 Census lived Centre of Village ogf Wanstead with husband Thomas, daughter Sarah and father Hnery, brothers James, Robert, Henry, George and Thomas. Her mother had previously died.

1871 Census lived Slaters court? One of the people in the street is called Philip Slater 
SQUIRES Catherine (I5963)
 
195 1861 lived Castle Street (wife of keeper of Lunatic Asylum) close to the Brewers Beer Shop
Lived with Benjamin scholar and Ann, Charles and Caroline.

1881 - Laundress
Lived with daughter Caroline (20) and James Porter a lodger (86)
Lived Chapel Street, Guildford

Lived 1 Swan Lane Guildford 1891 census with daughter Charlotte Heath 
SEABROOK Abigail (I3965)
 
196 1862/1949 CALLAGHAN RONALD LESLIE AGNEW JOAN MERLE PETERSHAM
2556/1949 GREENE RONALD CHARLES AGNEW JOAN ISABELL AUBURN


CALLAGHAN,Ronald Leslie
15MAY2002P 76 Death late of Hunters Hill
15MAY2002 DT
Died as he lived, with grace and courage. Late of Hunter's hil Aged 76 years
2nd 1st Pioneer QX141967
loved husband of Joan, much loved father and father in law of Stephen and Sharon, dearly loved pop of tammy and Michelle
(Monaro Pioneers)

Name
CALLAGHAN, RONALD LESLIE 
Service
Australian Army 
Service Number
NX202963 
Date of Birth
15 Dec 1925
Place of Birth
EARLWOOD, NSW 
Date of Enlistment
19 Jan 1944 
Locality on Enlistment
MARRICKVILLE, NSW 
Place of Enlistment
PADDINGTON, NSW 
Next of Kin
CALLAGHAN, OLIVE 
Date of Discharge
4 Jan 1946
Rank
Private 
Posting at Discharge
2/1 Pioneer Battalion 
WW2 Honours and Gallantry
None for display
Prisoner of War
No  
CALLAGHAN Ronald Leslie (I6252)
 
197 1865 7371 33 IKIN Mary Jane (I2340)
 
198 1869 392 33 COOLEY Frederick William (I2276)
 
199 1871
4 months
Born Stoneykirk, Wigtownshire
Address: West Galdenoch

Grandfather’s will indicates that he went to America

http://www.slideshare.net/roryfrichardson/william-ebenezer-fleming 
FLEMING William Ebenezer (I7391)
 
200 1871 Census
Born abt 1854
Farmer’s daughter
Born Stromness, Wigtownshire
Reg Dist Stoneykirk 
FLEMING Margaret (I7389)
 

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