I am interested in Samuel D A Gilder and his wife Ivy who emigrated to South Australia from England in 1958. I know he died in 1997. Any information as to where they lived, what they did etc, would be appreciated. They had four children. :: FamilyTreeCircles.com Genealogy
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I am interested in Samuel D A Gilder and his wife Ivy who emigrated to South Australia from England in 1958. I know he died in 1997. Any information as to where they lived, what they did etc, would be appreciated. They had four children.

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on 2019-02-09 13:25:43

Andrew37 , from London, UK, has been a Family Tree Circles member since Oct 2010. is researching the following names: WILSON, MCNAUGHT.

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by ScotNZ on 2019-02-12 15:30:31

The passenger list for their 1958 voyage on the Orontes has the family leaving London on 19 August 1958 and arriving in Freemantle 15 September 1958 with their address as c/- Immigration office in Melbourne and contracted to land in Melbourne
Passengers listed as:
Mr S. D Gilder born 11 May 1920 Occupation given as Motor Body Assembler.
Mrs I. L Gilder born 21 November 1917 - Wife
Mr T. S Gilder born 17 July 1944 - Son
Miss P. V Gilder born 22 July 1947 - Daughter
Miss D. M Gilder born 6 November 1948 - Daughter

Only 3 Children on the passenger list. Samuel was cremated at Enfield Memorial Park in Adelaide but the online records state Cremated remains not interred at a cemetery administered by Adelaide Cemeteries Authority.

by ScotNZ on 2019-02-12 15:58:22

Ivy died in 1914. She was cremated at Centennial Park in Adelaide. Link to her memorial: https://www.centennialpark.org/memorial-search/ivy-lydia-gilder-10320268/

by Andrew37 on 2019-02-12 16:09:23

Scott, many thanks for telling me about Ivy. I knew about them emigrating from UK in 1958.Samuel's mother's father Frederick Willoughby was an Anglican priest who founded my college in Durham. I am grateful for your help. Andrew

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