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5451 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Private (I2642)
 
5452 Wirt from Heilbronn and moved to that town. MAYER Christiana Paulina (I6239)
 
5453 with James fleming and family MCGILL Jane (I10411)
 
5454 witnesses Mary and George Sawtell Family F5348
 
5455 Witnesses Samuel and Ann Hurrell Family F10359
 
5456 Wood - Requiem Mass for the repose of the soul for the late Kevin Charles Wood will be celebrated at Holy Cross Church 7 am. The funeral will leave for the church at 11 am for the Melbourne General Cemetery, Carlton. WOOD Kevin Charles (I12516)
 
5457 WOODS - MURPHY - On the 12th February, at St Mary of the Angels, Boulcott Street, Wellington, by the Rev Father Mahony, Leslie Frankland, second youngest son of D.W. and Catherine Woods, Dunedin, to Eileen Frances, youngest daughter of Mary Murphy, 50 Devon street, welington.
Evening Star, Issue 17333, 22 April 1920

Also reported in Oago Daily Times, 22 April 1920, p. 4
Otago Witness, issue 3450, 27 April 1920 
Family F11213
 
5458 WOODS - On September 3, 1933, at 18 Sherwood Street, Lower Hutt, Emily Louisa, second daughter of the late D.W. And Catherine Woods, of Dunedin. RIP
EVENING POST, VOLUME CXVI, ISSUE 59, 7 SEPTEMBER 1933 
WOODS Emily Louisa (I2513)
 
5459 WOODS - On the 26th August, at Duncan street, Dunedin, Charles Dominick, youngest son of D.W. and Catherine Woods; aged 9 years and 10 months RIP
OTAGO WITNESS, ISSUE 2270, 2 SEPTEMBER 1897, p. 29 
WOODS Charles Dominick (I2512)
 
5460 WOODS - Onthe 24th September, at Caledonian Hotel, Walker Street, Owen Daniel, infant son of William Andrew andMargret Neilson Woods; afed 2 years. RIP Private interment. Hugh Gourley, undertaker
EVENING STAR, ISSUE 14172, 24 SEPTEMBER 1909
p. 4 
WOODS Owen Daniel (I14666)
 
5461 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I10244)
 
5462 Worked as a moulder
Member of the Federated Moulder’s Union 
MILTON Thomas Gordon (I7990)
 
5463 Worked as an x-ray technician
There are several references to a N Seabrook in the Courier Mail in December 1933 and others.
Search the Aust Newspapers site to find them.
He and his sister Clara are mentioned swimming at Manly, Qld.
1949 - Norman Frederick, Veronis Edna, Watson’s, Mornington street, Red Hill, carter and home duties
1954 - Love Avenue, Holland Park, truck driver and home duties


Service Record
Name
SEABROOK, NORMAN FREDRICK
Service
Australian Army
Service Number
QX54045 (Q102903)
Date of Birth
17 Sep 1921
Place of Birth
BRISBANE, QLD
Date of Enlistment
7 Jun 1943
Locality on Enlistment
MANLY, QLD
Place of Enlistment
PAPUA NEW GUINEA
Next of Kin
SEABROOK, GEORGE
Date of Discharge
1 Oct 1946
Rank
Corporal
Posting at Discharge
15 AUSTRALIAN INFANTRY BATTALION
WW2 Honours and Gallantry
None for display
Prisoner of War
No 
SEABROOK Norman Frederick (I3342)
 
5464 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I2677)
 
5465 wouod be 16 2007 TULLY Erin Mary (I6500)
 
5466 WRIGHT
James Charles
Death notice
13APR1980
Death
78
late of Wollongong
Illawarra Mercury
14APR1980

Another child - Ethel??? 
WRIGHT James Charles (I9790)
 
5467 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I10050)
 
5468 WRIGHT
Merla Annie
Funeral notice
04JAN1985
Funeral

late of Wollongong
Illawarra Mercury
04JAN1985 
HILL Merla Annie (I14913)
 
5469 WWII
US Army 
ROWLAND John S (I14851)
 
5470 WWW database says birthday is 23 jun 1906.
I originally had October.
Registered as Gilbert N 
DAWSON Norman Gilbert (I47)
 
5471 Wyndella - property
AEX 9 Oct 1900, p. 5 Death. We very much regret to have to chronicle this morning the death of Mr H C Dawson, of Tom’s Gully, which unhappy event too place yesterday morning at his residence. We mentioned a short time back that he was indisposed, but little thought at the time that he was so seriously ill. Everything possible was done to alleviate his sufferings by a loving wife and family, as well as by his medical advisers, but all to no avail. The late Mr Dawson was one of our most prosperous and practical farmers. He always took a great interest in our local shows, and in his death the district has lost one of its most highly respected residents. Both of his parents are living, and very great regret was expressed in town yesterday when his death became known.

Headstone Native of Bedford shire England, Born 4.5.1847 
DAWSON Hazor Chapman (I1138)
 
5472 XXI. HH. 11. MOYLAN John Francis Xavier (I5339)
 
5473 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I3869)
 
5474 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I2155)
 
5475 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I9838)
 
5476 Yvonne lived 6 months.
Merrell, Yvonne
Por: ANGLICAN_1 Sec: 80 Lot: 1 Buried on: 17/10/1922 Lat: -32.871249 Long: 151.708256 
MERRELL Yvonne C (I10860)
 
5477 ]ame
AGNEW, VIVIAN JOHN 
Service
Australian Army 
Service Number
VX85147 
Date of Birth
27 Dec 1914
Place of Birth
TUMUT, NSW 
Date of Enlistment
27 Jul 1942 
Locality on Enlistment
ASCOT VALE, VIC 
Place of Enlistment
MARIBYRNONG, VIC 
Next of Kin
AGNEW, R 
Date of Discharge
23 May 1946
Rank
Corporal 
Posting at Discharge
1 AUST PARK TRANSPORT COMPANY 
WW2 Honours and Gallantry
None for display
Prisoner of War
No  
AGNEW Vivian John (Jack) (I5066)
 

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