STONE - Victoria- Australia
The Age Mon 4 Nov 1895 Page 1 Family Notices
STONE.— On the 2nd November, at his residence,
Graham-street, Port Melbourne, George, the beloved
husband of Catherine Stone and beloved father of Mrs.
Jas. Dawson, Heath-street, Port Melbourne North, aged
56. A patient sufferer gone to rest.
The Age Mon 4 Nov 1895 Page 8 Family Notices
STONE.—The Friends of the late Mr. GEORGE STONE are respectfully invited to follow his remains to their last resting place, in the Melbourne General Cemetery. The funeral is appointed to leave his late residence, No. 141 Graham-street, Port Melbourne
THIS DAY (Monday), the 4th inst, at half-past 2 o'clock
R. M'KENZIE, Undertaker and Embalmer.
260 Bay-street, Port Melbourne ; and 87 Clarendon-street
BD&M Record information
Registration number 14742 / 1895
Family name: STONE
Given name(s) Geo
Place of event: Pt Melb, Australia
Parent 1's family name at birth EBERETHET
Parent 2's given name: Thos
The Age Mon 5 Aug 1901 Page 10 Family Notices
STONE.— The Friends of the late Mrs. CATHERINE STONE are respectfully
invited to follow her remains to the place of interment, the Melbourne General Cemetery. The funeral is appointed to leave her residence, 66 Ross-street. Port Melbourne. THIS DAY (Monday), 5th August, 1901. at 2.30 p.m.
W. G. RAVEN, Undertaker, Smith-street, Fitzroy
Registration number 11231 / 1901
Family name: STONE
Given name(s) Cath
Place of event: Pt Melb, Australia
Parent 1's family name at birth REDMOND
Parent 2's given name: Baines Geo
The Age Mon 3 August 1903
In loving memory of my dear daughter
and our dear mother, Catherine STONE, who departed
this life on 2 August, 1901, at her residence,
Ross-street, Port Melbourne.
Sadly we miss her, but yet in our sorrow
Hope for the future will banish all pain;
Faith points the way to a brighter to-morrow.
And gives us the hope that we'll meet again,
Inserted by her sorrowing mother, also her loving
[and this below is possibly the sorrowing mother. ]
Registration number 13062 / 1904
Family name: BAYNES
Given name(s) Gina Ann
Place of event: Melb H, Australia
Parent 1's family name at birth UNKNOWN
Parent 2's given name: Unknown
Name: Rebecca Ann Baynes
Birth Date: Abt 1854
Birth Place: Emerald Hill, Victoria
Registration Year: 1854
Registration Place: Victoria, Australia
Father: George Baynes
Mother: Ann Redman
Registration Number: 1572
George BAYNES 1820- 1900 Canterbury City Sessions: Convicted of Larceny & sentenced to 7 years transportation to Australia on 21 October 1841. He was born about 1820 in St Albans, Hertfordshire, England. Transported to Tasmania in the 'Surrey' arrived 11 August 1842. Married Gina Ann BRAINE in Victoria in 1855. Marriage registered in name Georgina BRAINE. The following year George Jnr was born in Emerald Hill, sth Melbourne.
The children I found of George STONE 1840-1895 and Catherine REDMAN 1853-1901
1. Catherine Elizabeth Stone 1871–1959 usually known as Lizzy; she first married James DAWSON 1865-1896 in Victoria in 1888. they had an infant Olive who did not survive infancy. James Dawson died in Port Melbourne in 1896. Lizzy STONE next married Thomas Alexander PARKER 1874-1932 in Victoria in 1901.
2. Alfred Thomas Stone 1874–1945 m. Isabella WOOD in 1901
3. John Stone 1876–1971 m. Eugenine SHEEDY 1905
4. Herbert Ernest Stone 1878–1961 Isabella SHEEDY in 1919
5. Georgina Rhoda Stone 1881–1929 m. Frank MOULIN in 1900
The Age Fri 27 Sep 1929
MOULIN.—On the 26th.September, at the
Alfred Hospital, late of 221 Grant-street
South Melbourne, Georgina Rhoda Moulin, beloved
Frank, Rhoda ( Mrs. Lehuiann), Herbert,
Philip and lillian, aged 48 years.
MOULIN.— On the 26th September, at the Alfred Hospital, Georgina Rhoda Moulin,
beloved sister of Elizabeth (Mrs. Parker), Alfred, John, Letty ( Mrs. Layfield),
Violet ( Mrs. Marshall), Herbert, Olive (Mrs. Parsons). aged 48 years.
6. Sarah Jane Stone 1884–1968 m.1. John William Henry PEACHMAN 1904. m.2. William Henry HEFFEY in 1915
Before Sarah Jane Stone married William HEFFEY in 1915, she was married to John William PEACHMAN in 1904.
The Argus Melbourne,Fri 21 Nov 1913 Page 13
PEACHMAN V. PEACHMAN.
Sarah Jane Peachman, of City road, South Melbourne, boardinghouse keeper, sought divorce from John William Henry Peachman, on the ground that
he had been guilty of misconduct at the conjugal residence. After the marriage at South Yarra on April 15, 1904, the parties lived together till
August, 1911, when it was alleged that the petitioner had found the respondent in the house in a compromising situation. After hearing evidence,
Mr. Justice Hodges granted a decree nisi, allowing the petitioner custody of the child of the marriage and permanent alimony at the rate of 15/ a week.
7. George Stone 1886–1887
8. Victoria Ann Stone 1888– married Frank PEACHMAN in 1908
9. Olive STONE 1890-1981 m. Bentick Burnbury PARSONS in 1913
10. Violet May born 1892 married Clarence James David Marshall (died 1959) in 1912 Violet May died in 1978 at Heidelberg
11. Mabel Lillian Stone 1894–1923 m. Ernest DUGGAN in 1921
The Age Tue 10 July 1923
DUGGAN (nee Stone) —On the 8th July. at the Queen Victoria Hospital,
late of 14 Aberdeen-street, Northcote, Mabel Lillian. the dearly loved
wife of Ernest George Duggan, The loved youngest daughter of the late
George and Catherine Stone, late of Port Melbourne) , and loving sister
of Catherine ( Mrs. Parker). Georgina (Mrs. Maulin) Alfred. John, Herbert,
Lettie (Mrs. Layfield) Sarah, ( Mrs. Heffey ) Annie (Mrs. Peachman),
Olive (Mrs. Parsons) and Violet (Mrs. Marshall), and sister-in-law of
Mrs. Duggan, aged 28
DUGGAN (nee Stone). — On 8th July at
at the Queen Victoria Hospital, Mabel Lilian, dear
sister of Alfred, and sister-in-law of Isabel,
and [?] aunt of Ruby and Doris. R.I. P.
by A. T. Stone and family.
12. Letitia Stone xxxx-1957 who married Percival Morley LAYFIELD 1877-1945 son of Allan in 1905
Death Notice for George Baynes Junior. He'd married Annie JOHNSON 1855-1937 in Mathoura in 1886 the children I could find were:-
Francis Mary Baynes 1887–1953 m. 1. Alfred BUTCHER, 2. William DAVIES
Kathleen ( Kate ) Baynes 1888–1962 m. Thomas George HETHERINGTON
Maud Annie Baynes 1890–1963 m. James Taylor JOSS
The Australian Worker Wed 26 Jan 1938 Page 17
An old member, in the person of George Baynes crossed the Great
Divide recently at Mathoura, at the age of 80 years.
In the early years of the Union he was employed in the
pastoral industry, and subsequently was a teamster in the Deniliquin
and Mathoura districts, where he made a wide circle of friends.
The sympathy of all is extended to the relatives of the departed comrade.