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51 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I5295)
 
52
1958 - Gillian Ruth, Kathleen, and Philippa Kay, Berith Park, 19 Billyard Avenue Wahroonga, students
1963 - Gillian Ruth and Philippa Kay, 97 Mayfield rd, Carina, teachers
1980 - Gillian Ruth, 90 The Boulevarde, Strathfield, teacher (Santa Sabina, Strathfield)

Sister Gillian (Vianney) Fennell died 26th october 1983.
http://www.opeast.org.au/archives/sisters_died.htm

FENNELL Sister Gillian, O.P. October 26, 1983, suddenly in the Royal Melbourne Hospital, belvoed sister of Greta (Sister Margaret Mary O.C.D???), Sister Philippa O.P., Sister Kay O.P. and Janet (deceased) R.I.P.
SMH Archive
28 Oct 1983, p. 21
FENNELL - Requiem Mass for the repose of the soul of SISTER FILLIAM FENNELL O.P will be offered at ST Dominic’s Church, Riversdale Road, Camberwell East, on Monday (October 31, 1983) at 1:30 p.m. The funeral will leave at the conclusion of Mass for the Box Hill Cemetery.
TOBIN Brothers
North Melbourne.
SMH Archive 28 Oct 1983 p. 21 
Sr FENNELL Gillian Ruth (I7092)
 
53 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1243)
 
54 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1800)
 
55
33rd Battalion, 1st AIF
1930 & 1936 John Frederick Swilks Rocky River, labourer

1946 - lived at 38 Dennison Street, West Tamworth (National Archives)
POW repatriated from germany to England

SMH MOnday 17 Jun 1918, p. 4
Reported missing
Ptw JOHN FRANCIS SWILKS, Uralla 
SCHWILK John Frederick (I4821)
 
56
A Vida O Dawson was born 20 Dece,ber Julia Waters’ birthday book

Married as Viola 
DAWSON Vida O (Ida) (I913)
 
57
Ada Elizabeth Catherine 
AIMERS Ada Elizabeth (I12628)
 
58
BOURKE VERONICA
Date: 24/07/2010
Words: 144
Source: NCH
   
 
   
Publication: Newcastle Herald
Section: Deaths
BOURKE VERONICA (Vera) Late
BOURKE
VERONICA (Vera) Late of Argenton Formerly of Uralla and Inverell Aged 98 Years
Loved wife of WILLIAM (dec'd), loving mother and mother-in-law of BRIAN (dec'd), MARIE and JIM (dec'd) O'NEILL, MICHAEL and LEILA BOURKE, LORIS and LOUIS COSSETTINI, TIBBY (dec'd) and OWEN GARDNER, JAMES (dec'd), CLAIRE (dec'd), BILL (dec'd) and COLLEEN BOURKE, PAT BOURKE, DANNY and ESMA BOURKE, JOHN and KERRY BOURKE and grandmother, great grandmother and great great grandmother to their FAMILIES.
Relatives and Friends of VERA are invited to attend her Funeral to be held at the Holy Cross Catholic Church, Oakland Street, Glendale this TUESDAY afternoon (27/7/10) Funeral Mass commencing at 12 noon. A private cremation will follow.
Meighans Funerals
Local Family Owned Member FDA of NSW 4952 3099
http://newsstore.smh.com.au/apps/viewDocument.ac;jsessionid=267D94075CC69BF2EBF4B1D657C2CCFD?sy=afr&pb=all_ffx&dt=selectRange&dr=1month&so=relevance&sf=text&sf=headline&rc=10&rm=200&sp=brs&cls=18297&clsPage=1&docID=NCH1007244G4EI572926 
SHANAHAN Veronica Catherine (Vera) (I5678)
 
59
Check the file DawsonEllisHareBaptismRavensden1822
Looks like May 26 for baptism


Renhold,Bedfordshire
HO107/1/11 folio 11 page 17
Elis Dawson, 20, ag lab, Y
Mary do, 20, Y
Hannah Frankllin, 9, YPlace - difficult to read - Church End
Registration District: Bedford
Sub-reg district: Bedford and Cardington

Baptisms District of New England, Tamworth and the Namoi and elsewhere
1/9/1852 - 1/11/1853
David son of Elis Hare Dawson
Mary Richardson
Musclebrook
Labourer
24/11/1849
23/1/1853
Wm. ridley (Minister)

The Armidale Express 13 January 1864 Saturday
Marriages- On Wednesday the 27th inst. by special license by the Rev Mr Orten, Elis Hare Dawson, to Charlotte Saunders, late of Boorolong.

Armidale Express 28 September 1888
SERIOUS ACCIDENT - We regret to learn that Mr E Dawson, while on his way home yesterday afternoon, met with a very severe injury. It appears that the horse Mr Dawson was driving became frightened and bolted, when the winners slipped off, and Mr Dawson, who is an elderly man, after a vain endeavour to pull the horse up, became exhausted. The horse took another start, and eventually overturned the dray in a gully, precipitating the occupant upon his head, which was sufficient to cause insensibility for some hours. The sufferer was at once removed to the hospital.

Armidale Express 2 October 1888
Mr E H DAWSON - We are sorry to record the death of Mr Dawson, who, as our readers are aware, met with an accident on his road home last Thursday afternoon by his dray capsizing and throwing him on his head. From that time till his death, which happened at 3 a.m. yesterday morning, he never regained consciousness. Many of his friends and relations, of which the latter he has a considerable number, visited him during his last hours. Mr Dawson was 66
years of age, and a very old and respected resident of this district.

Inquest
Effects of injuries accidentally received through the capsizing of a cart. About £500 cash or property 
DAWSON Elis Hare (I353)
 
60
Don’t think this is the correct death date. Arthur J son of Hazor died in 1976 
DAWSON Arthur John (Jack) (I477)
 
61
Formerly Avery Nee Helps 
BLACKWELL Rosetta (I962)
 
62
Husband of Helena 
AGNEW James Henry (I5134)
 
63
Inquest, Inquest held cause of death - Hit by Motorcycle (other dates 22 Sep
and 5 Ocr 1943.1943
Reference 1192.
Robert Hussey Heard died 2-45pm 26 Aug 1943 at
Alfred Hospital, Commercial Road, Prahan - died from injuries when
knocked down by a motor cycle on 1 Jul 1943 at Unwin St,, Surrey
Hills. Police statement says he was struck by a motor cycle on the
cnr of Whitehouse Rd and Union St, Balwyn. He broke his leg in the
accident. The accident was reported by Mrs Hide his daughter. Death
was due to a fracture of the femur and broncho pneumonia. He was 5ft
6in tall. Arthur Westwood Hide identified Robert at the morgue. His
occupation was formerly a Cooper. Emma Hide states her father was an
active man. 
HEARD Robert Hussey (I12533)
 
64
Lived Cattai via Windsor 1917 NAA
1930 ELECTORAL ROLL
Angus Joseph and Matilda McDonald, Cattai Road, Pitt Town, teacher and home duties
1936 ELECTORAL ROLL
Angus Joseph and Matilda McDonald, 8 Almore Street, ---- and home duties 
MCDONALD Angus Joseph (I4420)
 
65
Lived Grafton 1936
1930 - Clarence Joseph Randolph and Hilda, Tick Gate, Grafton Road, Casino gatekeeper,
1954 - 164 Dobie Street, Grafton, assistant stock inspector 
FORD Clarence Joseph Randolph (I9833)
 
66
Lived Tamworth - 1955 
EGAN Wilmott Veronica (Vera) (I4655)
 
67
Mr John Francis Smith
The death occurred on Saturday last, at the Scott Memorial Hospital of Mr John Francis Smith, a life-long resident of Upper Hunter district, and one that was held in the highest esteem and respect. He was born at Grampian Hills, Bunnan, eighty years ago this month, and was the second son of the late Mr and Mrs John Smith who came to this district, from Ireland, in the early years of the development.
The late Mr Smith, who followed farming pursuits, lived for many years in the Muswellbrook district, but thirty-seven years ago he moved to his farm near Gundy, where he had resided continuously since.
A man of retiring disposition, he was, nevertheless, widely popular because of his undoubted integrity and uprighteousness in all business transactions, and becasue of his kinly nature. He was a man of splendid physiqe, and up to the last he carried the burden of his four score years in a manner taht would have been crediable even to a much younger man.
Born and reared at at time when life called for toughness of fibre and strength of body, allied with courag and breadth of mind, he carried these qualities with him to the end, and his passing severs yet another of the human links which have bound us directly with a by-gone day.
Fifty-three years ago the late MR Smith married Miss Mary Ryan, at Uralla, and she survives him, with seven daughters, Mesdames P T Shanahan,(Uralla), R F Tuckey (Gundy), H C Batterham (Bendemeer), H A Jones (Scone), W F Iliffe (Manilla), D V Noonan (Scone) and V C Miller (Gundy). One brother Richard Smith (Bingara), and three sisters namely Mrs T Warby (Maitland), Mrs W York mayfield (Newcastle) and Mrs Unwin (Muswellbrook) also survive him, He is survived by 18 grandchidlren and six great grandchildren.
The funeral which was very largely attende, took place at the Roman Catholic Cemetery on Sunday, the Rev F D Kilgallin conducting the service.
Teh pall-bearers were Messrs P T Tuckey, V C Miller, W F Iliffe (sons-in-law) J Ryan and E Smith (nephews).
A mass of beautiful wreaths bore eloquent tribute to th affection and respect in which the late Mr Smith was held. These tributes were from: Loving wife, Harold, Milda and Bob; Wilfred, Sarah and children; Dick and Ethel; Paddy, May and Frank; Vance, Ida and Valma; Dan, Emily and children; Gert, Harry and boys; Little-mate ValE and C Clifford and family; Mrs Agnes Jones; Ciss and Claud; Cecil, Eileen and Adeen; Mr and Mrs Jack Moran; Mr and Mrs W Philips and J W Davidson; Mr and Mrs R J Wharton and family; Vera, Athol, Reggie and Freda; B N & D McGrath; Mrs Rea and family, Mrs M Wharton; MR and Mrs J e Wharton and family; Mr and Mrs Sam Flaherty and family; Harry and Marjorie Tuckey and family; Albert White; Shirleen, Doreen, Geoff and Marie; Mr and Mrs Holman and family; Mrs Pinkerton, Gladys and Pat; Roy Winnie, and Ron; Mr and Mrs F A Macnamara and family; all of Wroxley, Ormand and Darcy Preece; Mr and Mrs A E Minch; Mr and Mrs M S Lawrence and family; Roy, Elfie and Edna; Mrs T McNamara and Mabel; Bill Pinkerton; MR and Mrs A D Reilly and family; M Partridge and L Edmonds; Vera and Bert. 
SMITH John Francis(Jack) (I4597)
 
68
Name
HARDY, MILTON CHARLES
Service
Royal Australian Air Force
Service Number
422177
Date of Birth
22 Oct 1919
Place of Birth
RANDWICK, NSW
Date of Enlistment
25 Apr 1942
Locality on Enlistment
Unknown
Place of Enlistment
SYDNEY, NSW
Next of Kin
HARDY, VELVET
Date of Death
21 Apr 1944
Rank
Pilot Officer
Posting on Death
32 Squadron
WW2 Honours and Gallantry
None for display
Prisoner of War
No
Roll of Honour
RANDWICK NSW


Service number: 422177
Rank: Pilot Officer
Unit: 32 Squadron
Service: Royal Australian Air Force
Conflict: 1939-1945
Date of death: 21 April 1944
Place of death: Bundaberg, Queensland
Cause of death: Accidental
Cemetery or memorial details: Bundaberg General Cemetery, Queensland, Australia
Source: AWM148 Roll of Honour cards, 1939-1945 War, Air Force 
HARDY Milton Charles (I8017)
 
69 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Private (I7563)
 
70 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I13858)
 
71 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I5639)
 
72
Service Record
Name
AIMERS, FRANK JOFFRE
Service
Australian Army
Service Number
V52305
Date of Birth
29 Jul 1915
Place of Birth
CARLTON, VIC
Date of Enlistment
12 Aug 1940
Locality on Enlistment
EAST BRUNSWICK, VIC
Place of Enlistment
BRUNSWICK, VIC
Next of Kin
AIMERS, GEORGE
Date of Discharge
Unknown
Rank
Gunner
Posting at Discharge
2 MEDIUM REGIMENT
WW2 Honours and Gallantry
None for display
Prisoner of War
No


1951 Cannister maker
1951 118 Ashley St W 10, Ascot Vale with Florence Pearl
1949 15 Athol St, Moonee Ponds
1981 and 1984 54/127 Gordon Street, Footscray
1943 160 Edward Street, Brunswick, 
AIMERS Frank Joffre (I8132)
 
73
Service Record
Name
AIMERS, WALTER
Service
Australian Army
Service Number
V16046
Date of Birth
2 May 1898
Place of Birth
RICHMOND, VIC
Date of Enlistment
12 Jun 1941
Locality on Enlistment
TOORAK, VIC
Place of Enlistment
ROYAL PARK, VIC
Next of Kin
AIMERS, MARGARET
Date of Discharge
30 Apr 1947
Rank
Sergeant
Posting at Discharge
18 AUST SALVAGE SECTION
WW2 Honours and Gallantry
None for display
Prisoner of War
No



Butcher
1915 93 Richardson Street, North Carlton
1936 - 7 CArter Avenue, driver and home duties
1951 312 Neapean Highway, Edithvale
1967 15 Mangan Street, Bulleen 
AIMERS Walter (I8130)
 
74
Service Record
Name
AIMERS, WALTER ESTEIN
Service
Australian Army
Service Number
VX116600 (VX21789)
Date of Birth
7 Aug 1919
Place of Birth
MELBOURNE, VIC
Date of Enlistment
27 Nov 1942
Locality on Enlistment
WEST MELB, VIC
Place of Enlistment
LARON, VIC
Next of Kin
AIMERS, W
Date of Discharge
19 Oct 1944
Rank
Private
Posting at Discharge
1 Australian Infantry Training Battalion
WW2 Honours and Gallantry
None for display
Prisoner of War
No



Court marshall 17 March 1944
Sheet metal worker

1963 304 Punt Road, South Yarra
Painter
WW2
Lived 11 Shanley Court Dingley when died.

THE HERALD-SUN WED OCT 5, 1994
DEATH - AIMERS - Walter (Wally) on Oct 3, suddenly. Beloved husband of Joan(dec), loving father and best friend of Terry. Fond father-in-law of Pam and loved Pop of Brett and Nicole.

AIMERS - Walter
You have left us with fond memories.
Dolly and Nance

AIMERS - Wally - aged 78 years (suddenlyat home), on Oct 3. Remembered with love and affection, especially on Grand Final Days. All our love and sympathy to Terry, Pam, Brett and Nicole.
Darryl, Chris, Scott and Luke. 
AIMERS Walter Estein (Wally) (I12716)
 
75
Service Record
Name
DALE, WILLIAM ARTHUR CHARLES
Service
Royal Australian Air Force
Service Number
O21917
Date of Birth
18 Nov 1904
Place of Birth
SYDNEY, NSW
Date of Enlistment
14 Dec 1925
Locality on Enlistment
GLEBE
Place of Enlistment
POINT COOK, VIC
Next of Kin
DALE, EDNA
Date of Discharge
18 Nov 1959
Rank
Group Captain
Posting at Discharge
D OF AIR
WW2 Honours and Gallantry
Companion of the Distinguished Service Order
Prisoner of War
No
Copyright Commonwealth of Australia 2002.



DALE - William Arthur Charles - August 31, 1982 at Armidale, NSW, Air Commodore (Ret), CBE, DSO, loved husband of Edna May Dale (Manly), father of Beverlie and Peter, grandfather of Anne, Michael, Robyn, Johanna, Pamela, William and Tamasine, great grandfather of Lee or Leo.
SMH 3 Sep 1982, p. 25

Dale, William Arthur Charles (Bill) (1904–1982)
by Alan Stephens
William Arthur Charles (Bill) Dale (1904-1982), air force officer, civil engineer and town planner, was born on 18 November 1904 at Petersham, Sydney, eldest of four children of Henry John Dale, schoolteacher, and his wife Agnes, née Roan, both Australian born. Bill was educated at Armidale High School and at the University of Sydney (BE, 1927), where he studied civil engineering. He served in the senior cadets and the Citizen Military Forces, reaching the rank of lieutenant in the Australian Engineers. In December 1925, while still at university, he resigned his army commission to enlist in the Citizen Air Force, Royal Australian Air Force. Five ft 9½ins (177 cm) tall and weighing 9 st. 6 lb. (60 kg), he had brown hair and grey eyes.
Completing flying training at Point Cook, Victoria, Dale graduated as a pilot officer in April 1926. He served with No.3 Squadron at Richmond, New South Wales, before transferring to the Unattached List in July 1928 as a flying officer. On 26 May that year at the Presbyterian Church, Kogarah, he had married Edna May Westaway, a schoolteacher. After leaving the air force, he worked in local government, notably as Wingadee shire engineer at Coonamble.
Dale was called up on 9 October 1939 for full-time duty as a temporary flight lieutenant in the Directorate of Works and Buildings at RAAF Headquarters, Melbourne. He was appointed assistant-director in February 1941. Promoted to temporary wing commander in April 1942, he was attached to the United States 1st Marine Division in July for the landings at Tulagi and Guadalcanal next month. In July 1943 he assumed command of the RAAF’s No.62 Works (Airfield Construction) Wing at Port Moresby. Displaying `exceptional qualities of leadership’, he was largely responsible for vital engineering works—runways, taxiways, revetments, buildings, supply dumps, roads and waterworks—completed under great hardship at Milne Bay, on Goodenough and Kiriwina islands, and in the Markham Valley.
In April 1944 `W. A. C.’ Dale was appointed task force engineer for the Allied landings at Aitape, in command of all Australian and American engineer troops, a force of some 2500 men. He showed `complete disregard for his personal safety by landing with the earliest wave of assault troops and making a personal reconnaissance of the airstrip in the face of enemy opposition’. Within two and a half days Allied aircraft were flying from the airstrip at Tadji that Dale’s men had prepared.
Two months later Dale again led from the front during a hazardous assault at Noemfoor, Netherlands East Indies, starting his survey while parts of the airfield were still held by the enemy. Working day and night, his engineers built a new runway 6000 ft (1829 m) long and 100 ft (30 m) wide in seven days, a remarkable achievement which enabled a squadron of Thunderbolt fighters to fly in on the eighth day. Promoted to temporary group captain in July 1944, he was awarded the Distinguished Service Order (1944) and mentioned in despatches (1946) for his leadership. In 1945 the air officer commanding the RAAF’s First Tactical Air Force, Air Commodore (Sir) Frederick Scherger, formally noted Dale’s `magnificent record’.
Remaining in the RAAF after the war, Dale was appointed director of works and buildings in January 1946 and made substantive group captain in March 1950. As the air force’s senior civil engineer, he was responsible for an ambitious Cold War development program. His construction squadrons built strategically important airfields in Japan, at Woomera, South Australia, on Cocos and Manus islands, and in Malaya and Darwin, invariably working in tough conditions. Popular and highly respected, the unassuming Dale consistently demonstrated professional excellence, initiative, an ability to finish demanding jobs on time and a deep concern for the welfare of his staff. He was a `wonderful listener’, believing he could learn from anyone, regardless of his or her rank. In 1957 he was appointed CBE. Because of limited career prospects within his branch, he remained a group captain until he retired on 18 November 1959 with the honorary rank of air commodore.
From 1959 to 1969 Dale was (town) clerk for the shire (municipality) of Blacktown, Sydney, and in the process `possibly held the record in the number and variety of local government qualifications he held’. He was a fellow of the Institution of Engineers, Australia, the Royal Australian Planning Institute and the Institute of Municipal Administration. In 1962 he obtained a diploma in town and regional planning at the University of Melbourne. From his home at Manly he pursued a wide range of interests including philately, Japanese art, languages, woodwork, the Boy Scouts’ Association and writing. In his spare time he had studied arts at the University of Melbourne (BA, 1949). Survived by his wife, and their daughter and son, Dale died on 31 August 1982 at Armidale and was cremated. His portrait by Geoffrey Mainwaring is held by the Australian War Memorial, Canberra.
Alan Stephens, 'Dale, William Arthur Charles (Bill) (1904–1982)', Australian Dictionary of Biography, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University, http://adb.anu.edu.au/biography/dale-william-arthur-charles-bill-12390/text22269, accessed 29 March 2013.
This article was first published in hardcopy in Australian Dictionary of Biography, Volume 17, (MUP), 2007 
DALE William Arthur Charles (I4016)
 
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Service Record
Name
DAWSON, MAURICE ALLAN
Service
Australian Army
Service Number
NX106483 (N19171)
Date of Birth
20 Nov 1918
Place of Birth
GLEN INNES, NSW
Date of Enlistment
31 Jul 1942
Locality on Enlistment
GLEN INNES, NSW
Place of Enlistment
CHARLESTOWN, NSW
Next of Kin
DAWSON, ALFRED
Date of Discharge
21 Mar 1946
Rank
Sergeant
Posting at Discharge
53 ANTI AIRCRAFT REGIMENT
WW2 Honours and Gallantry
None for display
Prisoner of War
No 
DAWSON Maurice Allan (I5697)
 
77
Service Record
Name
FLYNN, DESMOND JAMES
Service
Royal Australian Air Force
Service Number
136882
Date of Birth
2 Jul 1925
Place of Birth
COOMA, NSW
Date of Enlistment
3 Sep 1943
Locality on Enlistment
COOMA
Place of Enlistment
SYDNEY, NSW
Next of Kin
FLYNN, JAMES
Date of Discharge
26 Nov 1945
Rank
Leading Aircraftman
Posting at Discharge
7 OPERATIONAL TRAINING UNIT
WW2 Honours and Gallantry
None for display
Prisoner of War
No

1949 - 54 John street, Corowa, painter and hd
1954, 1958, 1963, 1968 - as 1980
1980 Desmond James and Carmel Patricia 723 Pemberton Street, Albury agent and hd 
FLYNN Desmond James (I5674)
 
78
Service Record
Name
LAWLER, SAMUEL JOHN
Service
Australian Army
Service Number
N297282
Date of Birth
13 Jan 1900
Place of Birth
GLEN INNES, NSW
Date of Enlistment
17 Jan 1942
Locality on Enlistment
RED RANGE, NSW
Place of Enlistment
GLEN INNES, NSW
Next of Kin
LAWLER, CATHERINE
Date of Discharge
10 Dec 1943
Rank
Private
Posting at Discharge
38 Employment Company
WW2 Honours and Gallantry
None for display
Prisoner of War
No 
LAWLER Samuel John (Jack) (I4704)
 
79
Service Record
Name
SEABROOK, WILLIAM GEORGE
Service
Australian Army
Service Number
Q36225
Date of Birth
13 Sep 1918
Place of Birth
MOUNT MORGAN, QLD
Date of Enlistment
29 Jan 1940
Locality on Enlistment
WALTERHALL, QLD
Place of Enlistment
MOUNT MORGAN, QLD
Next of Kin
SEABROOK, ALFRED
Date of Discharge
7 Mar 1942
Rank
Private
Posting at Discharge
42 Battalion
WW2 Honours and Gallantry
None for display
Prisoner of War
No

SEABROOK
Alfred George
Death notice
18OCT1981
Death
67
late of Yagoona
Sydney Morning Herald
20OCT1981 
SEABROOK Alfred George William (I3548)
 
80
SMH 31 May 1982.
Dearly loved wife of Thomas, devoted mother of Mary Imelda (deceased), Thomas, Bernadette and Kayleen, mother-in-law of Sprig Byrnes and John Rouen, loved Narnie of Matthew and Rachel Byrnes and Andrew and David Rouen. Our Lady of Mercy pray for her. May she rest in peace.

Loved daughter of the late Adam and Bridget Agnew of Cooma, sister of Collette, Bede, Annie, John, Edward and Rene (all deceased) and Eileen (Sister Mary Finian, LCM (Ryde) and Ada Herival. May she rest in peace.

Millie was a student of Our Lady of Mary College at Goulburn and ex-student President 
AGNEW Imelda Margaret (Millie) (I5109)
 
81
SMH 9 jan 1988
late of Tuirramurra, formerly of Uralla, daughter of Eugene and Therese Tyan (both deceased), sister of Molly, Monica and John (all deceased) and aunt to their children. Rest in peace.

Funeral Our Lady of Perpetual Succour, 66 Kendall Street, West Pymble
Mass at Pymble before burial in Uralla. 
RYAN Helen Maria (Nellie) (I4610)
 
82
The Age - On Jun 9th Annie May, dearly beloved wife of Dennis
McCarthy of 41 Creighton Ave, Garden City, loved mother of Vincent and Catherine. R.I.P.

McCarthy - Annie - On Jun 9th, loved sister of Maria (Mrs Jones, Maryborough), Rose (Mrs Wood, Brighton) and Phonse McInerney. R.I.P.

Inquest, 1960 Reference 1069 
MCINERNEY Annie May (I12497)
 
83
The Manaro Mercury and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser, 27 Oct 1885, p. 3

AGNEW_KELLY - At St Patrick’s Church, Cooma, by the Rev Dean Slattery, Edward Henry Agnew, eldest son of Edward Agnew, Esq., Willow Glen, Umarella, to May Isabel, eldest daughter of D Kelly Esq., Little Plain,

1930 - Edward Henry, Barrack Street, Cooma, labourer
1936, 1937 - Edward Henry, Creek Cottage, Numeralla, labourer

Cooma Express 18 March 1938
The death took place yesterday morning, at Cooma District Hospital, of Mr Edward Henry Agnew an old resident of Numeralla, at the age of 78 years. The interment toook place this afternoon in the RC section of the Old Cooma cemetery. 
AGNEW Edward Henry (I4437)
 
84
The Mercury
REID on the 6th September, 1864 at her residence 10 Elizabeth Street the wife of Peter Laurie Reid of a son

Coachbuilder and Taxi driver of Prahran, Victoria 
REID Henry William (I884)
 
85
There is a death registered for Grace Victoria Mildenhall. However it has the same index number and year as her mother 1951 32072 
MILDENHALL Grace Victoria (I6283)
 
86
Warwick Daily News (Qld. : 1919 -1954)
Wednesday 2 no 1927, p. 4
Obituary
MRS. STUCKEY, WALLANGARRA.
Mrs. Nancy Stuckey, who died at  
Wallangrra on Sunday, October 23,  
at the age of 94 years, was born in  
Kilren,in the North of Ireland, in
1833, and sailed for,Australia in the
sailing ship The Golden Land, of 825
tons, which left Queenstown on July
2, 1865, arriving in Harvey Bay on
October 17 of the same year, Captain
Hugh Davies being the master. The
trip took 110 days. After being quar
antined off Woody Island, owing to an
outbreak of typhus, she finally landed,
at Maryborough, travelling thence to
Brisbane. After remaining, there for
a short period she left for Warwick  
with friends, where she remained , for
a number of years. LeavingWarwick
for Stanthorpe by coach in the early
days of the tin mines, she finally  
settled at Ballandean, where she mar
ried Mr. John Stuckey, he being em
ployed on Ballandean station. They
then selected a piece of land, near  
Ballandean and, often experiencing
some great hardships, which the pio
neers of those times daily suffered,
they gave up the land and travelled to
Pikedale per horse and dray for Ten
terfield, staying in that town, for a
considerable time. She returned, to      
Ballandean, and came, to Wallangarra
in the year 1885, where, she and, her
family have since resided. Her only
son, John Stuckey, died at Wallangarra
in 1912, and was buried at Stanthorpe.

Up to six months ago the deceased,
was well end active, and would insist
on calling on her old friends, The  
family consists of three daughters, 19
grandchildren, and seven great-grand
children.     
DOOLE Nancy (I3)
 
87
William was a horse trainer when his son William died.
Died 160 North Street

Lived Ballina 1923

Death certificate suggests he had other children John, Joan. Did he remarry 
FORD William (I9492)
 
88
WRIGHT
James Charles
Death notice
13APR1980
Death
78
late of Wollongong
Illawarra Mercury
14APR1980 
WRIGHT James Charles (I9790)
 
89 !949 - Horace Wilfred, garage superintendent, Stanley Hector mail sorter, Lillian hd
1954 - Horace Wilfred garage superintendent, Lillian Victoria Mary and Roy Leslie, labourer 183? Collins Street, Hobart West 
IKIN Horace Wilfred (I2361)
 
90 "Deutschland, Geburten und Taufen 1558-1898," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/NL3F-RPJ : accessed 27 Jul 2013), Emma Friedricke Geiger, 04 Mar 1878. GEIGER Emma Friedricke (I8971)
 
91 "England, Births and Christenings, 1538-1975," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/V5J1-Q9J : accessed 01 Feb 2013), Peter Hope, 27 Feb 1815; citing LADY HUNTINGDONS,TYLDESLEY WITH SHAKERLEY,LANCASHIRE,ENGLAND, reference ; FHL microfilm 0560904 (RG4 1165). HOPE Peter (I14339)
 
92 "Germany, Births and Baptisms, 1558-1898," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/NRLP-44L : accessed 9 June 2012), Mathaeus Friederich Rau, 1833.

Marriage - Matthais Friedrich Rau 
RAU Mathaeus Friederich (I7903)
 
93 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F5437
 
94 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F5436
 
95 "Gold Digger Arms" Hotel, 1908 WOODWORTH Joseph Thomas Richard (I10777)
 
96 "Rise & Shine" Gold Mine. PAYNE John Edward (I8257)
 
97 "The Over House", Freasley, Warwickshire, England - 1860 ALLSOP George (I12614)
 
98 "Truro" sailed from Southampton 5th November, 1853
Arrived Melbourne 31 January, 1854

McInerney John 34 Agricultural Labourer Clare R.C.
Mary 33
Margaret 12
Patrick 8
Mary 1

None of them could read or write
Disposal - On own account to Melbourne 14 February, 1854

The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848-1954)
Wednesday 1 February 1854 p. 4
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE
ARRIVED
January 31 - Truro, barque, 654 tons, Ralph Darling from Southampton 6th November, with two hundred and ninety-seven Government immigrants. RJ Webster, M.D., sugeon. Captain Darling, agent.

A tree fell on him died aged 37 
MCINERNEY John (I7327)
 
99 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I5891)
 
100 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I5037)
 

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