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Lintern Australia

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Charles Lintern born New Zealand Dunedin 1892 to a Ellen Peterson nee Brown... he moved to Aussie 1916 went to 1st world war.......returned to Sydney,also says he did some time in the second world war....died 26th Sep1948 Concord hospital Sydney...it says on Death certificate that he was Divorced,i would love to know who he married and were there any children,i have looked up that a Charles married a Hellen Watts but is this the right Charles that i am looking for??

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on 2012-10-05 18:47:00

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by tonkin on 2012-10-05 19:28:12

Looking at the Australian Army Service Records Charles LINTERN did serve in both World Wars, and you can view the details online.

His service record for WW2 gave his birth details as 16 January 1892, Dunedin, New Zealand, and names his next of kin as Millie BURAN. Did not state if they were married.

The only marriage located in the N.S.W. records for Charles LINTERN was to Hellen L G WATTS in Sydney in 1913, as you mentioned above.

May be of some help.

by wyn on 2012-10-05 19:33:13

Thank you so very very much,gosh you were so quick in answering. regards ...Wyn

by janilye on 2012-10-05 21:48:05

The Sydney Morning Herald, Tuesday 17 August 1920

LINTERN V LINTERN.
Charles Lintern petitioned for dissolution ot his marriage, solemnised at Sydney on July 7, 1913, according to Church of England rites, with Helen Lilla Grace Lintern (formerly Watts). The ground relied upon in the peti tion was desertion by respondent. Mr. W. C Moseley appeared for the petitioner. His Honor made a decree nisi, returnable in six months.


The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Tuesday 28 September 1948.

LINTERN -The Funeral of the late Cpl. CHARLES LINTERN of the 2nd B.O.D will leave the Kinsela Chapel Taylor Square Darlinghurst
This Tuesday after service to commence at 9.30 am. for the Church of England Cemetery Rookwood. Charles Klnsela Pty Ltd AFDA Est 1830 Taylor Square Darlinghurst Phone FA4136.

by janilye on 2012-10-05 22:07:51

When he enlisted in 1916, next of kin listed is his mother, which would indicate wife Hellen was no longer around.

by tonkin on 2012-10-05 22:34:29

Looks like the 1913 marriage to Hellen WATTS was correct.

And Millie BURAN, the next of kin was Charle's sister.

Well done Janilye.

by janilye on 2012-10-05 22:50:45

Millie Buran whom Tonkin mentioned as second war n.o.k might be Amelia Hobbs born abt 1890 and died in probably a nursing home or hospital at Balmain on 4 February 1954.
The wife of Bernhard Buran they married in 1925. He died in Sydney in 1953.
The reason I say this is because there in no other female BURAN deaths in nsw between 1939 and 1981
nsw.bd&m
DEATHS: 885/1954 BURAN AMELIA 65 YEARS LEICHHARDT BALMAIN

by janilye on 2012-10-05 23:07:02

Indeed Tonkin, I added the above as an alternative to her being Charles's sister just in case it was a friend; and when I searched New Zealand births from 1880-1911, I could only find this under LINTERN
1886/19186 Lintern Amelia Maria Thomas
and this under PETERSON
1898/17078 Peterson Amelia Mary Peter
1893/4986 Peterson Amelia May Mary Ellen Albert William
and Petersen
1887/367 Petersen Amelia Anna Sophia Charles August
1888/12738 Petersen Amelia Margaret Maren Katrina Louisa Julieana Ole Johan Fritz -
1886/8144 Petersen Caroline Amelia Amelia Charles
and NO Buran's
Of course Millie I suppose might be short for Phyllis
Is it possible to check the address of the n.o.k there Tonkin? I'm on someone else's computer at the moment and have no favourites of my own.

by janilye on 2012-10-05 23:30:38

It's okay Tonkin I found him in National Archives and the complete files are not yet online to the public. If you wish to request a copy wyn here is the link National Archives

by tonkin on 2012-10-05 23:31:19

Sorry, I meant to say Millie may have been Charle's sister. I was looking at the info you have above Janilye and I'm trying to join the dots. I'm having a few problems with the NZ site today.

The address for the N.O.K. not given on the Roll Janilye.

by wyn on 2012-10-05 23:35:10

I do know that Charles sister Amelia ''Millie's'' dad was a Thomas Lintern from New Zealand and mother Maria,they parted and later Thomas married my Great grandmother Ellen Brown in 1902 who had two boys Edward and Charles,so Millie was a step sister to Charles,she married a Buran i think from south australia,they were into opal mining,and thats all i know,love to find out more ...... a big thank you for your wonderful response's you people are unreal,i just loved reading your replies....Wyn

by janilye on 2012-10-05 23:37:17

Yes and the marriage search cuts off at 1934.
If the complete files in the National Archives give an address in Leichhardt, which they should, because her death says 65 years in Leichhardt, then Amelia is the correct one.

by ngairedith on 2012-10-05 23:38:24

posting also by wyn:
Millie ''Amelia'' Buran.
Looking for family of Milliie Buran...NEE...'' Lintern'' born around 1886 Wellington New Zealand.....mother Maria.....the marriage ended .... Millies dad Thomas later Married a Ellizabeth sheppard,she died 2yrs later...he then married my great nanna Ellen......Millie moved to Australia and was into opal mining,...... she had step brothers Charles and Edward.....Millie did come and stay with us in NZ when i was around 8yrs old that was 55yrs ago...my dad was the son of Edward out of wed lock...... his mother Ellen adopted my dad.......hope this missing link will be bridged so i'm able to move further into my past.....Wyn
Surnames: Buran on 2012-02-08 16:36:59

by janilye on 2012-10-05 23:42:06

Ahh good wyn. So the first record of birth up there ^ is the right one. Still worth getting his full record, but the wait could be 90 days

by janilye on 2012-10-05 23:49:46

Thank you ngairedith, I didn't see the Millie Amelia journal :o

by tonkin on 2012-10-05 23:50:13

That must be the Amelia LINTERN born in NZ in 1886 to parents Thomas and Maria.

Slowly joining the dots.

If you can give me a few details about this BURAN I will try and find his birth in S.A. for you.

by wyn on 2012-10-06 00:43:44

All i know about Millie Buran is that they had a opal mine back in 1950's...
And yes that is the right Amelia born in NZ 1886....so i don't think the dots are any closer to joining ...
But thanks for all this i'm over whelmed ...wyn

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