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201 1901 - Coal miner horse driver, Polesworth
1891 - Dales Lane, 
ALLSOP Ernest Herny (I14141)
 
202 1901 - lived in house 5 Granahan, farmer
1911 census - lived in house 32 Granahan (Swatragh, Londonderry)
9 children, 7 still alive including Mary, Joseph, Patrick and Bernard 
LAGAN Michael (I7066)
 
203 1901 - polesworth Coal Miner Night Man MILLERSHIP John (I12756)
 
204 1901 - Solicitor’s clerk LAGAN Daniel (I7060)
 
205 1901 census
Herbert 26 potatoe chip looks like Restaurant keeper?? works on own account, Vine 26 and Clifford 3 538 Oldham Road, North Manchester, Newton Heath 
OGDEN Herbert (I6917)
 
206 1901 census - lived house 3 in Granahan (Swatragh, Londonderry)
1911 census - lived house 31 in Granahan farmer and contractor
Cassie Scullin is a granddaughter aged 5
Maggie and Daniel have moved away from home - still alive 
LAGAN Charles (I7055)
 
207 1901 census - lived in house 4 Granahan (Swatragh, Londonderry)
Andrew’s uncle Patrick lived with them. He was 97 years old in 1901. Could be our Rosy Lagan’s brother

1911 census - lived in house 28 Granahan (Swatragh, Londonderry)
Rose Bradley aged 6 niece lived with them. 
LAGAN Andrew (I7074)
 
208 1901 Census - soldier
1891 - Dales Lane, Polesworth 
ALLSOP Charlie (I12754)
 
209 1901 census - Wilnecote, Staff, England ALLSOP Mary Ann (I12617)
 
210 1901 lived West Derby, Lancashire. MEACOCK William Henry (I7013)
 
211 1901 Polesworth, Warwickshire
Coal Miner Road Man 
ALLSOP John (I12616)
 
212 1901 Tamworth, Staffordshire ALLSOP Clara (I14134)
 
213 1903 - Graham, Harriet Elizabeth, Ruthven street, merchant and home duties
1905 - Graham, Harriet Elizabeth, Jane, Ruthven Street, Toowoomba, merhant, home duties and shop assistant.
1908, 1913 - Graham, Harriet Elizabeth, Jane, Klein Street, Toowoomba, merchant and home duties and shop assistant
1919- Graham, Harriet Elizabeth and Jane, Brisbane Road, Redcliffe, merchant and home duties
1925, 1936 - Graham, Harriet Elizabeth and Jane, Bay Street, Southport, no occupation given and both home duties
1943, 1949 - Harriet Elizabeth and Jane, Bay Street, Southport, both home duties
1954 - Jane, Bay Street, Southport, home duties 
REYNOLDS Harriett Elizabeth (I12769)
 
214 1903 - Philip Ruthven Street, Toowoomba, horsetrainer
1905 - as 1903
Town Watchman Dies in Sleep
Tenterfield’s town night-watchman, Mr Phillip Merchant (68), was found deat at 1:30 p.m. yesterday in the billiard room at the School of Arts.
When the librarian, Miss L Curran, opened the billiard room yesterday, she found the late Mr Merchant, as she thought, asleep on some chairs in front of the fireplace. When he did not rouse to her call, Miss Curran investigated, and found him dead. She called Mr C Blcoh, who in turn called the Ambulance.
Deceased had been in ill-health for some time, and it is presumed that he flet ill and lay down some time after 10:30 p.m. on Tuesday. The rooms are closed late at night, and not reopened until Miss Curran comes on duty the next day.
The late Mr Merchant was cleaner at the School of Arts, and his work had been done, and everything was made ready as was usual.
There are no suspicious circumstances surrounding the death, which apparently occurred n a sleep.
1930 Philip Richard and Rose - Tenterfield, labourer and home duties««s114 Thursday October 11, 1951»» 
MERCHANT Philip Richard (I4517)
 
215 1903, 1905-Samuel and Emma , Maryland Street, blacksmith and home duties.
1925 - Emma Stanthorpe, housewife

Lived Stanthorpe 1921 
HOOTON Emma (I4568)
 
216 1903, 1906 - Riley Street, Fremantle. clerk
1910 - the Camp, Riley road, Clarement, civil servant
1916 - The Camp, Riley road, Claremont, civil servant and married
1925 Samuel and Annie 36 2nd avenue Maylands, engineer and home duties
1936 Samuel only 22 Langham street, Hollywood
A Samuel Ogden left Fremantle aboard SS Balranald (P & O) and arrived in London on 11 September 1930. Via Suez.
Samuel left ship at Plymouth, 3rd class address in England 21 Winchester Road, Oxford, Retired Secretary, aged 64. 
OGDEN Samuel (I6851)
 
217 1903, 1906 - James and Annie, Kennedy Street, Maylands boiler maker and home duties
1910 - 1925 James and Annie, 9th Avenue, Maylands, boilermaker and home duties 
OGDEN James (I6852)
 
218 1905 - Tollbar Creek

SMH 12 March 1945, p. 10
MCDONALD - March 10, 1945 at a private hospital, Mosman, Matilda Mary, beloved wife of A. J. McDonald of 8 Almora Street, Balmoral, late of Hawkesbury district, aged 76 years. Requiescat in Pace.
MCDONALD - The funeral of the late Mrs Matilda Mary McDonald will leave the Blessed Sacrament Church, Clifton Gardens. This (Monday) MOrning, at 11 o’clock, for Catholic Cemetery, Northern Suburbs. Wood Coffill? Limited. 
MYLAN Matilda Mary (I4410)
 
219 1906 - Andrew was a produce merchant, Jane domestic duties.

Lived Murwillumbah 1927
1930 - farmer at Dunbible - 9 km south of Murwillumbah
1936 - dairy farmer - Murwillumbah

Possibly had a grandson Mervyn who died on the 18 October 1968 aged 45 Buired Murwillumbah General cemetery Section F Presbyterian

Also a Doreen Muriel who died on the 6 July 1974 aged 45 buried Section F - Presbyterian
She was the wife of Mervyn Howard Waters.

Also a Howard James Silas Waters married Beryl Florence Welbourn in Murwillumbah in 1936 10261

The Courier Mail (Brisbane) Friday 16 July 1937, p. 5
MURWILLUMBAH
The death is announced of Mr Andrew James Waters, of Murwillumbah, at the age of 76. He was born at Kelly’s Plais, where he was engged in the produce and timber industries for many years. He came to the Tweed about 30 years ago, and resided at Stoker’s Siding, where he conducted a sawmill, and later engaged in dairying. He had been an activ member of the Salvation Army for 51 years. 
WATERS Andrew James (I343)
 
220 1908 - Butcher GARNER George William (I8134)
 
221 1908 - Heinrich George Matin and Anna Madelene, Maryland street, storekeeper and home duties ELLEVSEN Heinrich George Martin (I13059)
 
222 1908 - Hermann, Stanthorpe,
1949 - “Dell Dee”, Toohey rod, Tarragindi, blacksmith

Centenary of the Ellevsen Family - Border Post 8 Jun 1982
...Herman married Ethel Peel. He had a blacksmith shop behind Sheahan’s Hotel but moved to Toowoomba and carried on his business in Ruthven Street. 
ELLEVSEN Herrmann (I4815)
 
223 1910 -1919 - Farmer at Swanwater West, Victoria HODGSON Joseph James (I12619)
 
224 1911 Census

Robert H Sneyd 70 Landowner
Elizabeth 48
William S 28 Farmer
Frederick B 22 Veterinary Surgeon
Francis H 20 Clerk Bank of Ireland,Boys still single Malahide Road
Church of Ireland
Married for 30 years 9 children born alive and 7 still living

Servants Julia Donnelly 26, domestic and general servant and Elizabeth Byrne 16 domestic and house and parlor maid Both RC and single
The census return is signed by Robert Hardcastle Sneyd

http://swordsdublin.net/streets.html This was written in the early 1900s
The next turn on the left led. off the Main Street at the Big Tree Public House at the end of North Street. This road led to Balheary. No houses on this road near the town.
Starting from the south again; on the right side from O'Tooles Pub, the first turn was a small Cul de Sac, with about six cottages, called John's Lane. Next turn, Malahide Road. Walshs, Pump Contractors, had a cottage and store yard on the right of this road, and further on a large gentleman farmer's residence in its own grounds, Sneyds, a big Protestant farmer.-
 
 
Next to Sneyds was Longs of Malahide Road, a big farmyard and nice residence and gardens. Nicholas Long leased all Colonel Foster's lands, and had many acres of his own adjoining his house. His fields, called Barry's Pax', were often used for football matches. A considerable amount of his land was rented from Colonel Foster on the eleven months system, that is for only eleven months of the year, excluding the month of May. During this month, there was greatest growth of grass. He let people of the town graze their cows in milking fields at a small weekly amount per each cow, usually one cow for each family. 
SNEYD Robert Hardcastle (I683)
 
225 1911 census
George C 24 lived at house 7 in Steeven’s Lane Hospital (Usher’s Quay, Dublin)
Church of Ireland resident surgeon

Irish Independent 1905 - 2011
October 24, 1966, p. 20

Sneyd - (Glenageary) - Oct 22, 1966, after his usual dauntless fight, at Cultra House, Glenageary, George Cuming (aged 84 years), very much loved father of Betty and Neil. Funeral service at St Columba’s Church, Swords, tomorrow (Tuesday) at 12 o’c.

UK Medical Registers, 1859-1959
http://search.ancestry.com.au/search/db.aspx?dbid=33538 
Dr SNEYD George Cuming (I4270)
 
226 1911 census
Lewis Ogden, 1906, 5, Oldham, Lancashire
Fred, 1905, 6 
OGDEN Lewis (I6927)
 
227 1911 Census
There is a Robert Sneyd , 30 (correct age) Roman Catholic (? not right) cattle dealer born in DublinCity (right) boarder at O’connell Avenue, Inns Quay, Dublin http://www.census.nationalarchives.ie/pages/1911/Dublin/Inn_s_Quay/O_Connell_Avenue/17369/ 
SNEYD Robert Hardcastle (I4268)
 
228 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I13811)
 
229 1911 census Vine Ogden b 1875 age 36 Barton upon Irwell Lancashire
Also a Herbert b 1875 aged 36 at same town
Also a child Herbert born 1900
Will need to pay to search the 1911 census http://www.1911census.co.uk 
Vine (I6969)
 
230 1913 - Bertrand George and May Catrina Victoria Acacia lane Warwick, cab driver

26 Warner Street, Fortitude Valley 1917 when enlisted in WW!


1925 - Bertrand George only 42 Connor Street, Merthyr carter

1936 - Bertrand George 78 Wagner Road, Clayfield motor driver




DAWSON The relatives and friends of MRs LM Dawson, of 35 Shirley Sreet, Moorooka, are invited to attned the Cremation SErvice of her beloved husband, Bertrand George Dawson, late 1st AIF, and 2nd AIF Tobruk, to be held in the Chapel at the Crematorium, Mt Thompson, this (Tuesday) morning, at 9:30 o’clock. CANNON & CRIPS LTD AFDA Funeral directors.

Unknown paper.

NSW BDM gives imporession that birth date is the 18th not 17th 
DAWSON Bertrand George (I35)
 
231 1913 - Division of Oxley, Subdivision of Coorparoo
George Frederick and Isabella, Klumpp Road, Mt Gravatt, labourer and home duties
Also living there are Christoph Frederick, Florence Maud, Sophie, Sophie Blandena
CFA and FMA only have Mt Gravatt as their address

They appear to have moved in 1913 as they are also on the Wide Bay , subdivision of Gayndah
GF Anger and I Anger Mundowran, farmer and home duties

Mundubbera - 1919 farmer
1925 - Mundubbera

1925 - Division of Wide Bay (1925) - Subdivision of Gayndah
George Frederick Anger, farmer and Isabella home duties, Mundubbera 
MOORE Isabella (I4741)
 
232 1913 - Ethel Peel and Hermann Raff Street, Toowoomba, blacksmith
1925 - as above
1930 - Raff Stree, motor mechanic
1936, 1937 - as above
1949 - Ethel, Raff Street, home duties, Herman gone

Not alive in 1939 according to Polly's obituary 
MCCOLM Ethel Peel (I4794)
 
233 1913 - Gordon and Ivy, Mooroomba, Nara, family and home duties
1919- Godon and Ivy, Tingal Rd, Wynnum, labourer and home duties
1925 - Gordon and Ivy Emma, King Street, Wynnum, labourer and home duties
1930 - Gordon and Ivy, Tchanning Park Drillham, farmer and home duties
1937 - gordon Leslie, Irene Linda, Ivy Emma, Tchanning Park, Drillham, farmer and 2 home duties
1943 - Gordon Leslie, Drayton, farmer
1954 - Gordon Leslie, Ivy Emma, Joyce Beryl, Lindsay Gordon, 123 Long Street, Toowoomba, no occupation, 2 home duties, builder 
KELTON Gordon Leslie (I21)
 
234 1913 582 OGDEN Lilian Claire (I6865)
 
235 1914 - Catherine Mary 8 Baldwin Street, Malvern laundress with brother John William driver and Sarah (wife?) forewoman
1936 - Catherine Mary Isabel and Sarah both hd 14 Newry Street, Prahran No John William, 1937

1931 - Catherine Mary Isobel - 361 High st Prahran, hd 
MCINERNEY Catherine Mary Isobel (I13207)
 
236 1914 - There is a Henry, Ida and Alice living at 17 Palmerston st Bendigo, labourer and home duties.
1919 - henry, Ida Ellen and Alice Cecilia Jane same address and occupations

THERE ARE OTHER HENRY AGNEWS IN VIC AS WELL1945
There is a Henry Agnew dying in Bendigo Unknown parents 79 years 22182 
AGNEW Henry C (I4445)
 
237 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I9795)
 
238 1914 Lived 37 Elliott Street, Balmain
Lived Sydney 1931
Is he called John P

1933- John, tar paver, matilda Eileen, packer and May Home duties, 24 Fitzroy Avenue, Balmain

Death registered as Moylan
Birth registered as Moylan 
MYLAN John P (I4409)
 
239 1915 Lived March Villa, Inverell Road,

The Armidale Express, Tuesday 30 November, 1920 p. 2 col. 2
Obituary
MR T. R. Dawson
We regret to have to record the death of Mr Thos. R. Dawson, which occurred on Friday afternoon last, at his residence, O'Dell-street, West Armidale, after a painful illness. Mr Dawson was nearly 66 years of age, and was one of the best known and most widely respected residents of the New England district. He was born at Dumaresq, and for very many years he held land at Wyndella, and only retired from active business a few years ago, when failing health made it necessary for him to come into Armidale to live. Mr Dawson's wife died about seven years ago. He is survived by one son and three daughters. The son is Mr R T Ddawson, who went to Western Australia to live shortly after his return from a lenthy period of active service. The daughters are Mrs R Roan and Misses Anne and Edith Dawson. Messrs. Ralph and John Dawson (Armidale), David Dawson (Tingha) and Ellis Dawson (Inverell district) are brothers of deceased, whilst Mrs R Waters, of Gara, near Armidale is a sister. A month or two ago Mr Dawson underwent a surgical operation in Sydney, but was not afforded any permanent relief. By his death the district loses one of the most upright and conscientious of men, and one whose name was a synomyn for the most prized qualities of citizenship. The funeral took place on Saturday afternoon in the Presbyterian cemetery, the Rev H S Bantine conducting services at the house and graveside. Mr Piddington had charge of the funeral arrangements. 
DAWSON Thomas Richardson (I361)
 
240 1916 - Frederick 32 King’s Park Road, Perth Gardener
1916 - Florence 298 Bagot Road, Subiaco, music teacher
1925 Frederick and Florence, 93 Stone street, gardener and home duties
1936 - florence Holder, 134 Tower Street, Balkatta, home duties
Frederick , gardener

Cemetery records says 75 years - consistent with all the families untruths on death certificates
gives name as Florence Ethel Livingstone Holder 
OGDEN Florence Ethel (I5359)
 
241 1919 - 182 Baines Street, clerical assistant and home duties, Kangaroo Point
1922, 1928 Florence only - 35 Church Street, North Hobart, home duties
1928 (another) both - 37 Mary Street, North Hobart, mail official and home duties
1928 (another) - 28 Main Road, North Hobart, mail officer and home duties
1930 - Newtown, Captain’s Flat no occupation and home duties (near Queanbeyan)
1930 (another) - 42 Alexander Street, Manly (NSW) clerk and home duties
1937 - 62 Geelong Street, East Brisbane, labourer and home duties
1943 and 1954 - 3 Inkerman street, Buranda, labourer and home duties 
TEGAN Percival James (I1458)
 
242 1919 - A Gladys Laura Brown, 8 Shirley Gr, St Kilda, office cleaner

Birth says spouse name is Unknown 
MCEVOY Gladys Laura (I10221)
 
243 1919 - Arthur Richard Percival Hoult, Tableland, Murgon, farmer.
No wife here but his death news 3 years later says wife and 8 children 
HOULT Arthur Richard Percival (I7815)
 
244 1919 - Herbert Henry Alfred and Annie Amelia Jane, Edward street, Esk, labourer and hd
1930 - Herbert henry Alfred labourer, Ann Amelia Jane, Albert Harold bus conductor, Gladstone, Sutherland Street, Mascot
1933 - all 3 at 37 Warremba Street, Five Dock, both men labourers
1958 - Ann Amelia Jane only 108 Young Street, Redfern, hd

Herbert was associated with the Salvation Army
He played in their band.
He worked with horse drawn wagons.
Lived Sydney 1936
Death registered at Marrickville 
FORD Herbert Henry Alfred (I7697)
 
245 1919 - James Alphonsus McInerney, 42 Dundas place, Albert Park, clerk
1924 - 35 Dundas place, Albert park, clerk
1931, 1936 - James A and Mabel M, Oval Hotel, Diggers Rest, hotel manager and she is the hotel licensee
1937 - James Alphonsus 157 Swan street, Richmond, manager, Mabel margaret licensee
1943, 1949 - James Alphonsus and Mabel Margaret, 32 Commercial Road, Prahran, manager and hotel licensee
1954, 1963- both at 6 Marne Street, South Yarra proprietor and hd

1968, 1977 Mabel Margaret only at 7B/516 Toorak road, Toorak, hd 
MCINERNEY James Alphonsus (I12499)
 
246 1919 - Ruby Florence - JUnabee home duties
1925
Ruby Florence and Alexander Pettigrew, Junabee, farm labourer and home duties
1925 Also at Wiyarra farm labourer and home duties
1930 - Danderoo - (just north of Wiyarra) - farm labourer
1936 - Forest Springs via Allora, farmer and home duties
1954 - Drayton Street, Allora, labourer and home duties 
MCCOLM Ruby Florence (I4989)
 
247 1919 161 Family F2153
 
248 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I3124)
 
249 1919 Charles Murray and Florence, care of Mrs Evans, Rome St, labourer and home duties Toowoomba LETT Florence (I6299)
 
250 1919 Electoral Roll - Divison of Oxley Subdivision of Coorparoo
Cleveland Street, Coorparoo iron moulder and Elizabeth, home duties.
Also Agnes, Lncoln Street, Stone’s Corner, James stovemaker
1925 - same address 
MOORE Elizabeth (Lizzie) (I4742)
 

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