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John Alfred Tolliday and Clara Kerr

Journal by MsMeridy

John Alfred Tolliday is the second son of Nathaniel John and Mary Jane Tolliday(nee Richardson). He was born in 1893 and was one of five children.

His siblings were-
William born first in 1886
Margaret Ada born 1895
Frederick Charles born 23/12/1897
Harold James born 1903

He married Clara Kerr on 25/09/1916 and they had two children.
A daughter Merle Esme born 10th April 1918 and Jack Douglas born 2nd November 1924.

He passed away on January 1st 1961 AGED 68. Death Registration Number 117. Clara passed away on 4th October 1980.

His father Nathaniel John was the first child of ten children born to William and Priscilla Martha Tolliday (nee Barton).

Grandfather William is one of the 4 original Tolliday children and the youngest member of the family to travel over on the British Empire with their widowed mother Jane Curtis Tolliday. They sailed from Southhampton in 1854 arriving at Port Henry in Victoria 3 months later in January 1855.

William's siblings were John Curtis, Elizabeth and Christiana.
John married Sarah Elizabeth Miles, Elizabeth married Charles Jonas Clark and Christiana married Agnon Charles Louis Numa.

From these two men there is a large family of Tollidays in Australia. Not to mention the daughters families as well although their names are not always available or carried through because their children do not carry the Tolliday surname, They are still from the Tolliday original English family of yesteryear.

The Family Tree is huge and still growing.

Meredith Tolliday

Surnames: BARTON CLARK KERR MILES NUMA RICHARDSON TOLLIDAY
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on 2008-01-07 02:11:39

MsMeridy , from Goorambat, Victoria, Australia, has been a Family Tree Circles member since May 2007. is researching the following names: TOLLIDAY, CLARK, MILES and 65 other(s).

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