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Leopold STEHR was a farmer in Bundarra NSW Australia in the 1800's

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on 2011-02-15 01:25:10

Jeff2155 has been a Family Tree Circles member since Feb 2011. is researching the following names: STEHRFAMILYOFGERMANY, SUMMERS, SUMMERSRUBYEVELYNOFINVERE.

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by janilye on 2011-02-15 05:47:30

Leopold Stehr died at Bundarra on the 29 October 1907 he was 67 his wife was Selina Mary Ann Solomon 1853-1941 they were married at Armidale in 1873 they had 7 children
ERNEST b:1876 Armidale,d:1944 Warialda m:1905 Jane Heuston,Singleton
ISABEL b:1878 Armidale,d:1942 Tamworth,m:1907 Thomas O'Brien
ALICE b:1880 Armidale d:1968 Parramatta,m:1902 Ernest Duncombe
ESMOND LEOPOLD b:1882 Bundarra,d:1965 Sydney m:1905 Rose Hancock Bundarra
ROBERT ABRAHAM b:1885 Bundarra,d:1946 Warialda,m:1912 Martha Lanagan
LOUIS DAVID b:1886 Bundarra,d:1964 Tamworth,m:1908 Mary Townsend
CHRISTINA b:1889 d:1890 Bundarra
I believe Leopold was on the council at Bundarra

by janilye on 2011-02-15 06:06:20

Robert Abraham Stehr died on the 23 October 1946 in Warialda and his wife Martha lived on at Warialda till the 27 July 1971. I believe Robert and Martha were the parents of the Rugby League great Raymond (Ray) Ernest Stehr b:24 January 1913 at Warialda. He was a forward and captain for Eastern Suburbs also represented Australia in the 1930s

by ngairedith on 2011-02-15 06:10:33

by janilye on 2011-02-15 06:19:15

Come to think of it, it could have been Ernest and Jane who were Ray Stehr's parents I honestly haven't researched this family, this is just bits and pieces I have found whilst researching my own family and of course Ray Stehr is famous in rugby league circles. I know Ernest also died at Warialda on the 31 May 1944 and Jane died on the 6 October 1959 she was 77. Anyway you will find Ray Stehr online you might find out that way. Good Luck in your search, Jan

by janilye on 2011-02-15 06:33:49

I forgot to mention Leopold came from Hamburg,Germany he arrived here sometime in the 1860s.Jan

by janilye on 2011-02-15 06:53:13

Selina Solomon died in Armidale she was the daughter of Abraham Solomon b:1825 d: 13 December 1869 Armidale, buried at Bundarra.and his second wife Mary Ann Jane Ireland Munson who was born in Cote D'Or Bourgogne, France on the 28 January 1834 and died 16 March 1861 in Maitland. Jan

by Aussie1947 on 2011-02-15 08:51:11


New South Wales Country Directory 1895
Stehr L.

NSW Country Trades Register 1898
Stehr Leopold, General Store and Under'r.

Sydney Directory 1902
Stehr Leopold, Baker & Undertaker.

New South Wales PO Directory 1904
Stehr Berthold, leura.
Stehr Leopold, George's Crk Stn, Bundarra.
Stehr Geo, poultry farmer, Leura.

A Leopold Stehr arrived at Sydney from Hamburg on the "Alfred" on 26th November 1862.
Name: Leopold Stehr.
Age: 20
Town: Camentz.
State: Preussen.
Standing: Tischler.

Also on the "Alfred"

Name: Gotthard Stehr.
Age: 21
Town: Camentz.
State: Preussen.
Standing: Stellmacher.



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by gab_stehr on 2011-12-26 02:04:38

Hi there,
I'm researching my grandfather, Raymond Ernest Stehr and have interestingly come across this discussion. Ray was the son of Esmond Leopold Stehr and Rose Hancock. He is my paternal grandfather and Leopold my great great grandfather.

Gerry, do you know how I can find out more information on the Alfred and their arrival in Australia? Do you know 'standing' means?


by janilye on 2011-12-26 06:56:40

Alfred arrived in Sydney 26 November 1862

by janilye on 2011-12-26 07:09:55

To Gabrielle, Standing means Profession; a Tischler is a carpenter and a Stellmacher is a wheelwright

by 1bobbylee on 2011-12-26 15:10:48

It amazes me how thorough FTC researchers are. Especially Ngairedith and Janilye. They don't give a short, vague, and possibly confusing answer to a member who may be desperate to gain information. In other words, they don' leave them hanging with a dissatisfied look on their face. They are the epitome of true and knowledgeable professionals. They do not pretend they have the answer. If they don't know, they will honestly tell you. Thank you!!

by janilye on 2011-12-27 03:55:32


by gab_stehr on 2011-12-28 20:19:29

Great thank you.

by janilye on 2011-12-29 01:24:23
by markwil on 2012-02-23 16:26:30

Hullo everyone. I noticed a relative's name mentioned above. Athol Stehr, who is buried in the Tweed Heads cemetery was married to Ira nee Smith, one of my Dad's first cousins. I am one of the current generation of grandchildren of Ira's five aunties and one uncle (a total of seven Smith siblings including Ira's father George who married Elsie Pearl Brooks). I am trying to connect with the descendants of these ancestors from the Warialda and Bingara region of New South Wales. Also refer to my journal on this website. Thank you.

by pfeffy1 on 2015-04-11 09:45:38

Leopold was from Camentz Prussia and was the son of Franziska PFOEFFER and unknown STEHR Male. We only know about the following children for Franziska:
1 Robert Emmanuel Joseph PFOEFFER 1830 - 1915 Died Manly NSW
2 Gustav Adolph Berthold STEHR 1837-1917
3 Gottard STEHR 1842-1915
4 Leopold STEHR 1843-1907

Franziska Pfoeffer was the daughter of Franz PFOEFFER and Franzisca RABE.
Gottard and Leopold both arrived on the Ship "Alfred on 26th November 1862.

Athol is the son of Jane Hueston and ERNEST STEHR(1876 -1944) who was the oldest son of LEOPOLD and SELINA

I have learnt this in my search for relatives of Paul Gustav Bernhardt Pfoeffer (1843 - 1882 Died in Sydney NSW)
We have letters and documents outlining the relationships.
Paul Gustav is the first cousin of Robert Pfoeffer and the Stehr Men. We believe that Pauls mother, Augusta Pfoeffer, was the sister of Franzikca Pfoeffer.


by tikira on 2017-08-12 11:50:31

Hi Jeff.

We are currently writing a book on the George's Creek area at Bundarra and Leopold held land in this area. We are happy to correspond.

Wayne & Di Hoppe

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