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ALFRED SILVESTER COULD NOT MAINTAIN THE ILLUSION OF BEING FAITHFUL SO LOUISA WAS A RESIDENT OF DROMANA, VIC., AUST. BY 1890.
A NAME IN A LIST ISN'T MUCH GOOD FOR FAMILY HISTORIANS! YOU WON'T FIND ANY MENTION OF LOUISA SILVESTER IN ANY PUBLISHED MORNINGTON PENINSULA HISTORY.
In 1890, the Sorrento 3rd 20 travelled to Rosebud to play an AUSTRALIAN RULES football match against Rosebud Union, a team comprised of players who were probably too old or too young to get a game in Dromana's team. Rosebud was a sleepy little fishing village and probably didn't have enough males to form a football team of its own. It had a jetty but only small vessels could berth there while the big excursion steamers could do so at Dromana and the Queen of watering places, Coppin's Sorrento. Income derived from the lengthy "Season" sustained many guest houses and provided employment out of season for those who maintained the summer houses of the wealthy at Sorrento. Sorrento had several hotels and Dromana had two until the Arthurs Seat Hotel burnt down in early 1898. Many of the humble pioneering Sorrento locals earned money during the season as cab drivers, servants, working in stores, and even slumming it over summer or Easter so their houses could be let to holiday makers, deriving probably half their yearly income. Dromana residents such as Susan Peatey and Julia Clydesdale found employment at the town's hotels as early as the late 1860's but there were fewer SUMMER HOUSES there and the only documented case of employment at one is that of Godfrey Wilson's future wife, Maria Stenniken, (whose father,Ben of Rye, leased land on the Survey.) Maria worked at the summer house of John Vans Agnew Bruce on his Brokil Estate (between today's Mount Martha Waterway-Tassells Creek- and Bruce Rd.)
Thus it can be seen why Sorrento had three teams, Dromana one and Rosebud could not form a team of its own.
SORRENTO 3RDS V. ROSEBUD UNION
EXTRACT FROM THE MATCH REPORT.
The game terminated thus :Rosebud 5 goals 6 behinds, Sorrento nil. The goal. kickers were Rudduck 2, Lawrence; Souter and, Fred Salva 1 each. In addition to these :Peters,Silvester, Jamieson, Watson and Thomson played well, whilst Joe Cain,Sutton, Salva, Watson, Riley and Griffiths worked hard to avert disaster,
NOT MUCH FOR A SILVESTER FAMILY HISTORIAN TO GO ON IS IT?
As I had not seen the name in connection with Rosebud and could not find one on trove, I tried SILVESTER, DROMANA and with one result- and another search for LOUISA SILVESTER (with one result also) to determine roughly when the separation took place- WHAT A STORY EMERGED!
Rosebud Union's SYLVESTER was probably a teenager, son of Alfred and Louisa Silvester who had arrived in Melbourne in November 1874 and performed all over as illusionists, including at Geraldton, W.A. where Alfred fell into intemperate habits, apparently with a performer named Annie Sefton rather than alcohol, causing a separation and Louisa Sarah Anne Silvester, of Dromana, music teacher sued for divorce about a year after the football match. She was granted custody of the three children.
DETAILS OF ALFRED AND LOUISA'S NATIVE PLACES, DATE AND AGES WHEN MARRIED AND OTHER DETAILS NOT INCLUDED IN MY SUMMARY.
The visit to Geraldton and subsequent separation must have occurred during the 1880's because the couple had three children by 1891 and was still performing together in 1879*. Most female performers probably gave the illusion of being single so the male members of the audience would not feel guilty about ogling them. Louisa was almost certainly Alfred's wife because any daughter, if legitimate, would have been 5 years old or less. Nellie was probably Arthur's wife too.
*The Silvester and Vivian entertainment attracted a good house to the Fitzroy Town Hall on Saturday evening. Hadji Mahommed Sahib, an illusionist, made his first appearance, and created a favorable impression. A racy little comedy by Miss Nellie Vivian and Mr.Silvester's cabinet seance,Masks and Faces by Miss Louisa Silvester, and some comic characters by Arthur Vivian were very deservedly applauded. (Near end of P.3, The Age, 17-3-1879.)
1879 PERFORMANCE AT FITZROY
TROVE'S QUIRKY WAYS LED ME BACK TO MY FAVOURITE MORNINGTON PENINSULA PIONEER, S.S.CRISPO.
Trove serving me HOVER when I ordered HOVE led me to an article about the Rosebud Union footy team of 1890, which I had been trying to relocate for years. Ironically, I'd been trying to work out why the part of Eastbourne Rd., east of the Mornington Peninsula Freeway had been renamed as Hove Road.
Crispo was not only a terrific entertainer; being a bachelor, he had plenty of time to dream up his brainwaves, such as AMALGAMATE, DON'T FEDERATE and Rosebud West becoming Australia's capital named FEDERANIUM, and write countless letters to the editor detailing them. I thought I'd read every one of his letters until I was researching Silvester, one of the Rosebud Union players in 1890, and Mr Trove thought I'd ordered SILVER!
"IN MEMORIUM", probably written by Ned Williams, the new owner of "Eastbourne" at whose residence Crispo died in 1899,(or Ned's daughter, Cassie, whose grave at Rye is directly opposite Crispo's) might give you a clue why I call Crispo the Peninsula's Don Quixote.
Small space I crave from you kind sir,
A dead friend's worth to sing ;
Small tribute to his kindly deeds,
A kindly requiem.
God bless thee, Crispo, in thy bed,
With ti-tree blossoms strewn;
God rest the weary heart and head,
For me, all gone too soon.
What though thy brain with fancy teemed,
Fostered and led by fools;
What though thy airy castles gleamed,
Fashioned by dreamland's tools.
Beneath the haze of fancy's dreams,
A kindly heart and true;
An honest hand and steadfast will,
To fight life's battle through.
Take then thy well-earned rest, old friend,
Short space of time, and we
May meet thee on that brighter shore,
Au revoir S. S. C.
(P.3, Mornington Standard, 19-10-1899.)
SILVER AS A LEGAL. TENDER.
TO THE EDITOR OF THE AGE.
SIR,— When.staying with Mr. Wm. Stephen,
acting chief inspector of stock, he advocated the
making of silver a legal tender in place of gold.
The effect of this would be the releasing from
the banks a large quantity of gold for circula-
tion and the deposit in the banks of an immense
quantity of silver. To meet the withdrawal
of the silver it would be necessary to coin
millions of pounds worth of silver, and as a
consequence the price of silver would rise in
value, At present silver is becoming a drug in
the market as compared to gold. The idea
broached by Mr. Stephen appears to be the only
one that will solve the difficulty. It would be
of great advantage to Australia if this should
happen. I would advocate the coining of a
large number of five and ten shilling ooins, and
also one pound coins, in silver. — Yours, &c.,
S. S. CRISPO,
Eastbourne, Rosebud, 10th May.
(P.6, The Age, 15-3-1893.)
Crispo's idea of conveying passengers up the bay, as described in LIME LAND LEISURE could be described as fanciful but others were ingenious, such as life rafts instead of lifeboats (which were often swamped), and AMALGAMATE DON'T FEDERATE (following the Canadian model) which would have eliminated the cost and bickering caused by having three levels of Government. Obviously the Governor, Lord Brassey, was as fascinated by Crispo as I am because he unsuccessfully tried to visit Eastbourne- an amusing tale!
A VICE REGAL STORY
I'd had no idea about how long it took for silver to become legal tender.
So thanks to Mr Trove for his little boo boo.
The details of this will were found by chance (in the second result for a trove search for "WILLIAM BENNETT WRIGHT", limited to Victoria.)W.B.Wright most likely farmed the part of today's Keilor Park, Melbourne, near Wright's Rd. (Melway 15 A 5-6.)
I have previously written journals about Henry Dunn of Mornington and Edmund Dunn of "Viewpoint", Tullamarine being brothers, and Edmund being an early pioneer of the Mornington Peninsula. John, William, Charles, Richard and George were also brothers of these two and have not been mentioned by researchers in connection with Henry and Edmund.
Genealogy makes my head spin; that's why I generally stick to local history. I still haven't got old Tom Wright and young Tom Wright, who lived across Old Broadmeadows Rd (now Mickleham Rd) at Tullamarine from each other, sorted out. Several families, such as Alston & Jenkins and possibly Harrap and Bennett, were pioneers in both areas- near Tullamarine and Mornington. Therefore I will just provide the link for the will which should be of benefit to family historians who have more understanding of the family trees of the families mentioned.
N.B. Moonee Ponds meant near the Moonee Ponds Creek and between today's Strathmore Heights and Westmeadows, Camp Hill (later Gowanbrae), Edmund Dunn's "Viewpoint" and my great grandfather, John Cock's leased "Gladstone" extended east to The Moonee Ponds Creek. Henry and Edmund Dunn had both died in 1891. As the print in the article was so clear, I didn't bother checking the digitisation.
On reading the article again, I notice that John was described as a resident of Mount Barber (digitised as Mt Barker.) In this case I believe that the digitisation is correct and the typesetter had made a mistake, based on so many family members living at Mt. Barker. A google search for Mt. Barber, South Australia produced no results. Believe is a word that should be avoided in history so I checked text corrections and discovered that Mt. Barber had been changed to Mt Barker by a descendant of John Dunn's daughter, Elizabeth Paltridge.
(2 years ago mpaltridge)
JOHN DUNN'S WILL
M'NAB--M'MILLAN -On the 31st October at the bride's uncle's residence, Hillside, Tullamarine by the Rev. T. Edwards, Angus, eldest son of Duncan McNab, Esq., Kinnell, Muir-street Hawthorn to Elizabeth, fourth daughter of Mr James McMillan,Nagambie. (P.1, Argus, 19-1-1895.)
Thanks to the endeavours of Neil Hamilton Mansfield we find why a McMillan marriage was conducted at Hillside.
1937 SHARP James 87Y 00/00/1829 08/12/1916 08/12/1916 Presb. 2 31 Son of James Sharp & Agnes McMillan. Died in Keilor, Victoria, Australia.
1939 SHARP (nee CLARK) Mary 93Y 00/00/1827 07/04/1920 07/04/1920 Presb. 2 31 Daughter of James Clark & Mary Langwill. Died in Keilor, Victoria, Australia.
In about 1860, Maurice Crotty married Miss McCormack after working for Thomas Brannigan at St Johns on the west side of the south end of Konagaderra Rd (see Melway map 385.) The McCormacks had a farm called "Chesterfield" south of the east end of Annandale Rd, extending west to Lambeck Court and the newlyweds leased "The Springs" across Fosters Rd (now Keilor Park Drive.) In 1867, Mrs Crotty wrote in a letter that someone had purchased part of their farm.(Information from Glenn Cotchen, a Crotty descendant and researcher.)
The purchaser was James Sharp who in 1863 had been leasing part of "Chandos", a 467 acre property fronting Broadmeadows Rd (now Mickleham Rd) from just south of Freight Rd to the Moonee Ponds Creek and extending west to Derby St and Wright St (now Springbank St south of the freeway.)
The portion of section 21 Doutta Galla that he'd bought was 133 acres fronting the south side of Sharps Rd from about 70 metres west of Allied Drive to a southern continuation of Broadmeadows Rd. (Volume 176, folio 786.) Hillside later became Carinya, owned by the Thomas family and it is thought that Thomas St, Airport West may have been its eastern boundary*. Barrie Road on Sharps' purchase was named after Barrie Thomas.
THOMAS.—On November 16 at his parents'residence, Sharpes road, Tullamarine, Barry Raymond, dearly loved youngest
child of Mr. and Mrs. Stan Thomas, and loved brother of Cecil, aged 4 years and 7 months.—A little sufferer, in God's care. (P.9, Argus, 18-11-1947.) OBITUARY-https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/74776584
* By 1917, Hillside consisted of about 336 acres and adjoined Spring Park, which had recently been sold. I believe that the DIAGONAL adjoining was at the south east corner of Hillside (and today's Etzel Reserve) and the north west corner of Spring Park (and today's Hansen Reserve.) Spring Park, bisected by McNamara Avenue, fronted the north side of Keilor Rd between "Niddrie" (Treadwell Rd west to Grange Rd) and "Springfield" (west from Mirriam Court to the Roberts Road corner. Hillside actually directly adjoined "Springfield" but this became part of the estate sold by E.Roberts in 1915.
The term SPRING PARK ESTATE changed in meaning between 1909 and 1917. Following the death of William Johnson in 1909, his Spring Park Estate, and Springfield, were consolidated by E.Roberts, developer, into the SPRING PARK ESTATE which was auctioned as 44 farmlets of 6-10 acres and 31 acres containing the Spring Park mansion. Roberts Rd would have provided access to most of the 45 farmlets.
By Order of Mr. E. Roberts.SPRING PARK ESTATE
HILLSIDE HAD BEEN LARGELY LEASED OUT FOR SOME TIME, WITH JAMES AND MARY SHARP OCCUPYING ONLY THE HOMESTEAD ON 8 ACRES. THE REDDANS WERE ON HILLSIDE WHEN THE ALBION-JACANA RAILWAY LINE WAS BEING BUILT CIRCA 1928 AND THE HAY HARVEST WAS SO GREAT, YOU COULD HARDLY DRIVE BETWEEN THE STOOKS ACCORDING TO THE CROTTYS. IN 1917, P.R.JOHNSON'S LONG LEASE HAD ENDED. P.R.JOHNSON
FARM to LET, for Three or Five Years.-By
order of the Union Trustees of Australia Ltd ,
that Splendid FARM, so long occupied by the late
James Sharp, at Tullamarine, comprising about
336 acres, good permanent water, situated about
9 miles from Melbourne, and adjoining Spring
Park Estate, which was recently sold by auction
at very high prices; good agricultural or sheep
fattening property, handy for market dealer. For
JOHN RAMSAY and SON,
317 Collins street (P.14, Argus, 3-2-1917.)
THE TWO VICTORIA BANKS.
Section 8 Tullamarine fronted the east side of McNabs Rd from the bottom of Melway 4 H9 north to Grants Lane at the bottom of 4 G5, extending east for a mile (8 cm on Melway.) John Grant was granted the northern 320 acres which he called Seafield and two McNab brothers shared the southern 320 acres, Duncan's Victoria Bank of 160 acres being between Seafield and Oakbank.
The 1888 biography of Angus McNab in VICTORIA AND ITS METROPOLIS: PAST AND PRESENT details how his father, Duncan, had moved away and Angus had returned to establish Victoria Bank. This was a 93 acre property once occupied by Agnes Ritchie between Barbiston Rd (the proposed future runway) and Aucholzie. An army ordnance map wrongly labelled David Mansfield's "Roseleigh" on the south side of Mansfield Rd as Victoria Bank but Neil Hamilton Mansfield and I helped Gary Vines to understand the mistake during his archealogical study.
The second Victoria Bank was later owned by journalist, C.P.Blom. By 1988 the farm had been subdivided into small farms, the homestead block, named Rosebank being owned by the Courtney-Shaws who had a beautiful garden which would have pleased Blom's daughters when they paid a visit to their old farm.
The joy of the arrival of their first child, a son,on 8-10-1895, was fleeting.
McNAB. -On the 10th inst., at Victoria Bank, Tullamarine, Duncan James, the dearly beloved son of Angus and Elizabeth McNab, aged 4 months.(P.1, Argus,13-2-1896.)
McNAB. —On September 26, Elizabeth, of 23 Keilor road, North Essendon, beloved wife of the late Angus McNab, and loving mother of Duncan (deceased), Victoria*,Jessie and Margaret. (P.11, Argus, 27-9-1956.)
McNAB.— The Funeral of the late Mrs. ELIZABETH McNAB will leave our parlors, cnr. Buckley street and Leslie road, Essendon, TOMORROW (Friday), after a service commencing at 1.45 p.m., for the Fawkner Crematorium.
(P.11, Argus, 27-9-1956.)
*John McNab died at Elizabeth's house, 23 Keilor Rd. His obituaries record his birth at the first Victoria Bank,his being the brother of Angus, and name his father's property near Lilydale. The notice of application to administer his estate gives Victoria's full name, recalling the SHARP-McNAB CONNECTION, which has never been previously mentioned.
The funeral of Mr. John McNab, one
of the founders of the Yarra Glen and
Lilydale Hunt Club, and a member of
the well-known family of breeders of Ayr-
shire cattle in Victoria, took place last
week at the Campbellfield Cemetery.
His death occurred on Wednesday,
February 5, at the home of his
sister-in-law, Mrs. E. McNab, Keilor,
Essendon. Mr. McNab was the second
son of the late Mr. Duncan McNab,
who came to Victoria from Scotland-in
1839, and of the late Mrs. Margaret McNab*.
He was born at Victoria Bank, Tulla-
marine, in 1858, and was educated at
Scotch College. For many years he lived
on the property of his father, Green Point,
Yarra Glen. He farmed also at Tulla-
marine, and owned a property at Yanna-
than, Gippsland. In the days when he
hunted with the Yarra Glen and Lilydale
Hunt Club he was a fearless rider. (P.10, The Australasian, 15-2-1936.)
(* Nee Grant.)
MR. JOHN McNAB.
The death occurred at the home of his sister-in-law yesterday of Mr.John McNab, one of the best known Ayrshire cattle breeders in the State. Mr. McNab and his brother Angus conducted Greenpoint Estate, Lilydale, and also Victorian Bank, Tullamarine. Mr. John McNab who has been living in retirement for 16 years was not married.
(P.4, Shepparton Advertiser, 6-2-1936.)
AFTER the expiration of fourteen days from
publication hereof application will be made to
the Supreme Court of Victoria In Its Probate Juris
diction that PROBATE of the WILL (dated the
14th day of June 1928) and a Codicil thereto
(dated the 5th day of April 1935) of JOHN McNAB
late of Keilor road North Essendon In the State
of Victoria Gentleman deceased may be granted
to Elizabeth McNab widow Jessie Williamena
McNab (in the said will called Jessie Wilhelmina
McNab) and Mary Victoria Sharp McNab (In the
sald codicil called Mary Victoria McNab) spinsters
all of Keilor road North Essendon aforesaid the
exécutrices appointed by the said will and codicil
Dated the 29th day of February 1936
McNAB &. MCNAB of 454 Collins street
Melbourne, and at Kilmore.(P.1, Argus, 2-3-1936.)
THE FARM THAT MADE ME A LOCAL HISTORIAN IN 1988.
Messrs. A.E.Gibson and Co. report having sold,on behalf of Mr.G.E.Woods (sic, Wood), his farm at Overnewton, Tullamarine, containing 114 acres, to Mr Alfred Cock, of Broadmeadows. (P. 5, Argus, 17-10-1912.)
See: Parish of Tullamarine, County of Bourke [cartographic material ...
It is apt that the cover photo shows my great uncle's farm on Melway map 15 which is coloured yellow south of Annandale Road and contains the road to the radio masts in 15 A2.
Sharps Rd was the boundary between the parishes of Doutta Galla (south) and Tullamarine (north.) This boundary extended west to the Maribyrnong River just south of the historic Arundel bridge with the river to the west continuing as the boundary between the parishes of Tullamarine and Maribyrnong, enclosing the part of the ARUNDEL closer settlement accessed via Browns Road.
The yellow frontage on the south side of Annandale NORTH of the line of Sharps Rd was that of the 114 acre 2 roods 31 perches of lot 10 of the ARUNDEL Closer Settlement which was mainly in section 2 Tullamarine (Annandale) but also included the quarry as the Arundel Creek was the boundary between lots 10 and 11. The boundary between section 1 (Arundel) and Annandale is indicated by the Annandale Rd bend at the right hand side of Melway 14 K1.
William Taylor of Overnewton, (homestead, Melway !4 A4) was granted much land to the west, such as today's Taylors Lakes, but also later purchased Arundel and Annandale. After his death much of his estate was resumed by the Crown with his land west of the river becoming the Overnewton Closer Settlement and that in the parish of Tullamarine becoming the Arundel Closer Settlement.
The eastern 330 acres of Annandale were not part of the closer settlement and became two 165 acre farms east of the start of Steeles Creek occupied by Thomas Nash and Bill Parr.
The part of Alf Cock's Glenview shaded yellow in Melway 15 A2 (bottom half) and A3 was part of section 20 Doutta Galla. Section 20 was between Keilor Park Drive (formerly Fosters Rd) and the river between the lines of Sharps Rd and Gymkhana Place (15 B6.) This may have been bought from Thomas Nash, (son of Charles Nash Snr. of Fairview), who also owned land in this section.
My maternal grandfather, Frederick William Cock, had moved to Bunyip and ran the New Bunyip Hotel on the three chain road (Princes Highway.) Longwarry was only 5 km away from the Bunyip Township and it is possible that in the course of visiting Fred, Alf had become acquainted with the Wood family and that it was not just a coincidence that G.E.Woods was the original selector of lot 10, Arundel Closer Settlement from the crown. The acquaintance eventually resulted in matrimony.*
We take the following from the Sunbury
News :-As a result of the special land
board, held at the Lands office, the whole
of the Arundel and Annandale portions of
the Overnewton estate were allotted to
settlers, and not one-half of the applicants
for blocks could be supplied. The land
was subdivided into 22 holdings of areas
ranging from seven to 122 acres, with
values ranging from £185 to £1,175, and
in the case of the homestead, £3,100, the
total value being about £16,000. - Altoge-
ther 50 applicants appeared before the
board, and these, it was shown by their
applications, were worth, on an average,
about £300 each, in a number of cases
being persons worth over £1,000. Evi-
dence of the applicants was taken, and
great difficulty was experienced in deter-
mining between the claims in many cases.
The following were successful: Block 1,
66a., Patrick Fox, Keilor; block 2, 61a.,
T. L. Anderson, Bacchus Marsh; block 3,
52a., J. Angus, Moonee Ponds; block 4,
59a., E. Angus, Moonee Ponds; block 5,
70a., A. Wallace, Cranbourne; block 6,
80a., J. Buchanan, Launching-place;
block 7, 86a., A. Williamson, Moonee
Ponds; block 8, 113a., Elizabeth William
son, Moonee Ponds; block 9, 120a., M.
Geraghty, Keilor; block 10, 114a., G.
Woods, Longwarry; block 11, 32a., C.
Youren, Albert Park; block 12, lla., J.
M'Farlane, South Yarra; block 13, 9a.,
R. Griffiths, Keilor; block 14, 12a., J.
Wallace, Clyde; block 15, 7a., A. Birch,
Ascotvale; block 16,7a., J. Barr, Arundel ;
Block 17,9a., Mary Angus, Moonee Ponds;
block 18, 7a., T. Birch, Keilor; block 19,
8a., Ellen Hassed, Keilor; block 20, 8a.,
Edward Hassed, Keilor; block 21, (home
stead), 122a., Alec. Cobden, St. Kilda;
block 22, 57a., Emma Cobden, St. Kilda.
Two allotments of the adjoining Over
newton estate were also selected, leaving
17 still to be taken up.(P.3, The Bacchus Marsh Express, 16-12-1905.)
* COCK-WOOD. — The engagement is announced of Jean, younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Cock, Glenview, Tullamarine, to Kenneth C., son of the late Mr. and Mrs. E. B.Wood, of Minyip. (P.12, Argus, 8-6-1938.)
HOW GLENVIEW MADE ME A LOCAL HISTORIAN.
I was researching rate records at Broadmeadows for Ken Gibb.
Imminent elections meant I would not have access to the strongroom for a while so the rates officer gave me a Tullamarine/ Will Will Rook map which showed A.COCK as the grantee of c/a 10 of the Arundel Closer Settlement.
The published history of Tullamarine contained 1.5 foolscap pages and nothing about Alf Cock.
I immediately made a bicentennial commitment to acknowledge thousands of pioneers such as Alf who had never rated a mention.
Gordon Henwood, who grew up on the Arundel Closer Settlement, told me that I should see Johnny Fenton who gave me a list of contacts which rapidly snowballed.
Because of difficulties recently in submitting journals, this journal was composed on the WE REMEMBER TULLAMARINE Facebook page, as several recent journals about the area's pioneers have been. The cover photo referred to is on this page.
FRUSTRATION! (From my PIONEERS OF THE MORNINGTON PENINSULA Facebook post.)
As I had very little hope, based on no response from true locals in the past, that any useful information about the Chatfield family, pioneers of Rosebud West by 1919, would be forthcoming on the other page, I decided to write a journal on family tree circles but my 567th journal is UNDER REVIEW while stupid comments from Russians etc.slip through unnoticed. These usually get deleted but here's one example.
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WILLIAM THOMAS CHATFIELD AND HIS FAMILY, PIONEERS BY 1926 OF ROSEBUD WEST, VIC., AUST. WHEN LOCALS CALLED THE AREA EASTBOURNE.
William Chatfield, William Trueman, David Cairns and Co. would have laughed if anybody at the 1926 meeting had suggested that the area between Rosebud and Rye should be called Capel Sound. I refuse to call the area Capel Sound (now the official name of the suburb) lest people think I'm talking about the deep water anchorage stretching from the Sorrento and Rye channels near Blairgowrie to Mount Martha Point and about a mile offshore from Rosebud West. At least the people who proposed the stupid new name didn't want to change the names of Eastbourne Road and Eastbourne Primary School. "Eastbourne" on the south side of Eastbourne Rd between house blocks on the west side of Balaka St and Elizabeth Avenue, largely occupied today by the Village Glen, was only 1000 links (200 metres) from the beach at its north west corner.
On the beach side of Eastbourne Rd directly opposite "Eastbourne" was crown allotment 53 Wannaeue granted to lime merchant, William Allison Blair. He became insolvent and moved from Melway 28 J4 to a farm on the site of the Medway Golf Course (27 F9.) Blair's grants between Elizabeth Avenue and Truemans Rd were bought by the Zichy-Woinarski family which built the heritage-listed Woyna House at 9-11 Terry St and operated the 419 acres as a dairy farm. The land was later subdivided as the Woyna Estate.
Crown allotment 53 was sold in allotments, probably by Blair's assignee. "Two of these parcels were purchased and consolidated in 1923-4 by Mrs Alice Fielding (who is believed to have been a descendant of William Blair) and in 1941 she subdivided the land as it is today."
"Fielding Rd became (a rat run to avoid the congestion that still exists today, so) Fielding Rd was closed at the Eastbourne Rd end, gazetted on 2-11-1983, and the Woodthorpe Bushland Reserve there was gazetted in 2003."
(P. 192-4, STORIES OF ROSEBUD WEST, Bettyanne Foster, November 2016.)
Also on C/A 53, east of the Woodthorpe Estate to Chinamans Creek, are Chatfield Avenue and Capel Avenue. The latter was named by James Sloss whose name does not appear in the index of Bettyanne's book but he is discussed under Leisureland on pages 33-4. In the 1950's Leisureland was subdivided with Capel Avenue providing access to the blocks. Sloss provided land for the bowling club so it is fitting that when it was relocated to the Vern Wright Reserve, a green was named in his honour. After retiring as operator of Leisureland, James Sloss continued to run the post office at Rosebud West, which according to page 55 of Bettyanne's book was today's SOUND BAR (formerly the Capel Sound.) N.B.AS POINTED OUT BY BETTYANNE, PETER WILSON'S "ON THE ROAD TO ROSEBUD" HAS EXTENSIVE INFORMATION ABOUT JAMES SLOSS AND LEISURELAND. I BELIEVE THAT PETER RAN THE POST OFFICE FOR SLOSS.
The following was written by me yesterday as a post on the HISTORY OF DROMANA TO PORTSEA Facebook group page.
A HOLE IN ROSEBUD WEST'S HISTORY: THE CHATFIELDS.
Lime , Land, Leisure* states that Chatfield of Rosebud West was one of the earlyish fishermen and may have stated that his fishing right and cottage on the foreshore was taken over by (a Swede named Alex Vincent?) Vin Burnham mentioned Alex in one of his anecdotes but couldn't remember his surname. I can think of nobody else but C.N.Hollinshed who would have supplied the surname and I think that Vin (Owen) must have mentioned his place of origin.
*POSTSCRIPT. A CHECK ONLINE OF DON JORDAN'S INDEX FOR "LIME LAND LEISURE" REVEALS NO MENTION OF WILLIAM CHATFIELD. IT WAS PETER WILSON WHO MENTIONED WILLIAM CHATFIELD ON PAGE 40 OF "ON THE ROAD TO ROSEBUD" AND AXEL VINCENT ON PAGE 42. PETER SAID THAT CHATFIELD WAS A FISHERMAN AT "WEST ROSEBUD" AND AS HE RAN THE ROSEBUD WEST NEWSAGENCY AT SOME STAGE, THIS INFORMATION MAY HAVE COME DIRECTLY FROM WILLIAM CHATFIELD WHO DIED THERE IN 1961, OR STELLA CHATFIELD WHO WAS STILL LIVING THERE IN THE 1970'S. PETER'S WIDOW, LOIS, IS A GRAND DAUGHTER OF WALTER BURNHAM WHO WAS PROBABLY THE NEAREST FISHERMAN TO WILLIAM CHATFIELD. HIS COTTAGE ON THE FORESHORE NEAR BONEO RD. BEING ONLY 50 CHAINS (1 KM) EAST OF CHINAMANS CREEK.
I had never mentioned Chatfield to Bettyanne Foster so it is not surprising that there is no mention of the Chatfields in her STORIES OF ROSEBUD WEST.
I must have mentioned something about Chatfield having been a fisherman at Rosebud West on this page soon after I joined the group and this was disputed by a member who remembered him as a storekeeper and stated that he built the tattoo parlour which is on the same block of land as the house shown in the photo posted on 28-1-2017 by Bruce Jones (and now back to the top of the page due to comments.)
Mr Chatfield was most likely William Chatfield and he could well have been a fisherman in his younger days before the aforesaid member moved to Rosebud West. While Bettyanne Foster had much detail about the Woodthorpe Estate and James Sloss of Leisureland, very little has been published about the Chatfields so hopefully some of the true locals can provide some information.
Here's a start.
CHATFIELD, Nellie Phoebe. -On June 29, at her residence,Chatfield avenue, West Rosebud, beloved wife of William, and loving mother of Stella, aged 71 years.
(P.11, Argus, 30-6-1953.)
This could well be the house shown in Bruce's photo but it could also be the Chatfield residence in Chatfield Avenue. Was William moving away to live with his daughter, Stella?
Stella was still at Rosebud West in 1950 if she was the S.Chatfield listed in the 1950 directory and no marriage notice has been found for her.
TO LET. — Furnished, accom. 7, close beach, West Rosebud, sew.,,H.W.S. Vacant from Jan. 9. Chatfield. West Rosebud.(P.54, The Age, 5-12-1953.)
And that's all that Trove has for "Chatfield, West Rosebud."
It came as a shock to find that Rosebud West was known by that name BEFORE it was referred to as West Rosebud!
HOUSE to Let, furn.,, accom. 9 persons. Chatfield, Rosebud West. (P.10, The Age, 3-2-1940.)
LOST Friday bet St Kilda Rosebud Black Pom answers Ponto Reward Chatfield, Rosebud West. (P.10, Argus, 16-10-1940.)
It came as no surprise that when William Chatfield and other pioneers of the area between Rosebud and Rye had to come up with a name for that area in 1926 they did a lot better than to name it after a deep water anchorage at least a mile away in the Bay and extending from Blairgowrie to Mt. Martha Point (Capel Sound).
As I'd run out of results for the Chatfields, there being no death notice re William and only a suspicion that his daughter, Stella, was named after a Mrs H.Chatfield of St Kilda whose maiden name was GIACOMETTI), the naming of Eastbourne in 1926 remained my only hope of finding more information about the Chatfields.
At a public meeting held at Eastbourne a committee of management, consisting of Messrs D Cairns, W. Chatfield, F Luscombe, and W.Truman, was formed to take over control of portion of the foreshore between Rye and Rosebud. It was decided to name the locality Eastbourne.(P.15, Argus, 23-6-1926.)
The Sands and McDougall directory of 1950 lists W.T. and S. Chatfield as storekeepers of Rosebud West.
Victorian BDM is still offline for maintenance but I've managed to find a few details.
Nellie Phoebe Boxshall Chatfield
BIRTH 30 Oct 1882 Carlton, Melbourne City, Victoria, Australia
DEATH 29 Jun 1953 Rosebud, Mornington Peninsula Shire, Victoria, Australia
BURIAL* Rye Cemetery and Memorial Gardens Rye, Mornington Peninsula Shire, Victoria, Australia (https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/125557401)
* There is no record of any Chatfield burials on http://www.australiancemeteries.com.au/…/morn…/ryeafdata.htm
CHATFIELD, Stella Louisa
Female 1901 - 1991 (90 years)
Name CHATFIELD, Stella Louisa
Born 1901 Carlton, Victoria, Australia
Died 31 May 1991 Frankston, Victoria, Australia
Person ID P991 Sullivan Genealogy
Last Modified 15 Oct 2017
Father CHATFIELD, William Thomas, b. 9 Dec 1881, Albury, NSW, Australia, d. 24 Jun 1961, Rosebud West, Victoria, Australia (Age 79 years)
Mother BOXSHALL, Nellie Phoebe, b. 30 Oct 1882, Carlton, Victoria, Australia d. 29 Jun 1953, Victoria, Australia (Age 70 years)
Married 27 Apr 1901 Victoria, Australia
Family ID F191 Group Sheet | Family Chart
NOW, OVER TO THE TRUE LOCALS!
Useful comments posted so far.
Mal Boag No Chatfields enrolled at Rosebud State School between 1884-1970. Presumably any children attended Rye.
ME. Thanks Mal Boag. The first documentary evidence of William Thomas Chatfield being at Rosebud West was in 1926 and he had probably been there for a few years. However, Stella, apparently his only child, was born in 1901 so her education was probably well in the past before the family's arrival in the area. William's wife was buried at Rye but there is no record of it on <http://www.australiancemeteries.com.au/.../ryeafdata.htm>.
ADD TO JOURNAL WHEN AND IF POSSIBLE.
The earliest previous documentation of William Chatfield being at Rosebud West was the 1926 meeting. It now seems that he had moved from the Balaclava electorate to the Flinders electorate between 1917 and 1919.
William Thomas Chatfield
gender 1917 Victoria Balaclava
William Thomas Chatfield
gender 1919 Victoria Flinders
(William Wallace Chatfield - Australia, Electoral Rolls, 1903-1980 ...
There was more than one Boxshall-Chadfield marriage. Nellie Phoebie's brother, William Boxshall, married Louisa Mary Chatfield.
Louisa Mary Chatfield Boxshall
BIRTH 18 Jun 1878 Carlton, Melbourne City, Victoria, Australia
DEATH 1 Sep 1948 St Kilda, Port Phillip City, Victoria, Australia
BURIAL Springvale Botanical Cemetery Springvale, Greater Dandenong City, Victoria, Australia
William Thomas Boxshall, 1875 - 1963
William Thomas Boxshall was born on month day 1875, at birth place, to Thomas Boxshall and Elizabeth Boxshall (born Mills).
Thomas was born on September 3 1828, in Dorking, Surrey, England.
Elizabeth was born on February 2 1846, in Finchley, Middlesex, England.
William had 3 siblings: Nellie Phoebe Chatfield (born Boxshall) and 2 other siblings.
William married Louisa Mary Boxshall (born Chatfield) in 1900, at age 24 at marriage place.
Louisa was born on June 18 1878, in Tungamah, Victoria, Australia.
They had 3 children: Leonard Roy Boxshall and 2 other children.
William passed away on month day 1963, at age 87 at death place.
He was buried on month day 1963, at burial place.
WAS LOUISA A SISTER OF THE ROSEBUD WEST PIONEER?
CHATFIELD.—On the 2nd February, at 5 Inkerman grove, St. Kilda, Hannah Chatfield, the dearly beloved wife of George, and loving mother of Louisa (Mrs. Boxshall), Jack, William, Henry, George, Ada (Mrs. Lee), Annie (Mrs. Pummeroy), and Ernest, aged 83 years.—A loving mother at rest.
(P.15, Argus, 3-2-1934.)
THE YOUNGEST OF THE ABOVE CHILDREN WAS ERNEST WALTER CHATFIELD.
Ernest Walter CHATFIELD
Regimental number 328
Religion Church of England
Address 5 Inkerman Grove, St Kilda, Victoria
Marital status Single
Age at embarkation 20
Next of kin Mother, Mrs Anna Chatfield, 5 Inkerman Grove, St Kilda, Victoria
Enlistment date 17 August 1914
Rank on enlistment Private
Unit name 5th Battalion, E Company
AWM Embarkation Roll number 23/22/1
Embarkation details Unit embarked from Melbourne, Victoria, on board Transport A3 Orvieto on 21 October 1914
Rank from Nominal Roll Driver
Unit from Nominal Roll 1st Division Headquarters
Fate Returned to Australia 8 October 1918
Miscellaneous information from
cemetery records Photo: Kent Fedorowich
Discharge date 31 January 1919
War service: Egypt, Gallipoli, Western Front
Medals: 1914-15 Star, British War Medal, Victory Medal
Date of death 24 May 1943
Age at death 61
Place of burial Corowa Old Cemetery, New South Wales*
*The gravestone quaintly describes him as a veteran of the Boar War (AND THE 1914-18 WAR.). He must have been very young when he was fighting the PIGS unless his age at embarkation (20) is wrong. The grave photo is wrong! The deceased* was just plain Walter who must have been born in about 1882 as he died in 1943 aged 61. There is no record of his W.W, 1 service in the A.I.F. PROJECT.
* WALTER CHATFIELD, Late of Corowa, New South Wales, Laborer, Deceased, Intestate.-After 14 days Public Trustee, duly authorised by Florence Mary Ann Chatfield, widow of the deceased. Intends to FILE in the Supreme Court- an ELECTION to ADMINISTER the estate of the deceased.(P.11, Argus, 23-9-1943.)
As Louisa Mary and William Thomas Chatfield* were both born at Tungamah, it is extremely likely that the Rosebud West pioneer of circa 1919 was the William listed as one of the children of George and Hannah of 5 Inkerman Grove St Kilda in Hannah's death notice above.
* RootsWeb's WorldConnect Project: Chatfield Family History - 1446 ...
CHATFIELD, William Henry b: 1844 in Worthing, Sussex West, England d: 1855 in Worthing, Sussex West, England CHATFIELD .... CHATFIELD, William Thomas b: 9 Dec 1881 in Tungamah, Moira Shire, Victoria, Australia d: 24 Jun 1961 in Rosebud West, Mornington Peninsula Shire, Victoria, Australia
William Thomas Chatfield was also probably the W. Chatfield who was a prominent member of the St Kilda Angling Club, winning many of its competitions in the years before his move to Rosebud West. This makes it likely that he did indeed turn "Pro", and obtain a fishing right near Chinamans Creek. I had trouble locating results for "St Kilda Angling Club, Chatfield" which I'd read last night and this uncorrected report will explain why.
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The above club's angling competition for M--. Gardiner's trophy took place
on December 6th: and resulted *r follows : —1st, \V. Chatfield. 17 lbs. mixed
fish; 2nd, C. Edwards, 3 lbs. mixed fisli.
When was this Rosebud West street first mentioned? Who had subdivided the land and what was the name of the estate?
Chatfield Avenue was mentioned in Nellie's death notice in 1953 so that parcel of c/a 53 had obviously been subdivided by then. Another resident of Chatfield Avenue in 1953 was Vic Guy who wanted to buy a 1937-8 Willy's sedan or ute (P.37, The Age, 14-2-1953.) He obviously liked fishing but in 1955 he was trying to sell a dingy and mooring. (P. 46, Argus, 3-12-1955.)
A search for Chatfield Av. or Avenue produced no new information (with a suburb name). "Chatfield Avenue" alone produced 96 results, all but one being about the Balwyn street.
PRAHRAN HODGES was most likely the name of a real estate agency (or agent) which had snapped up blocks in three different estates near the beach south of the government road NOW called Eastbourne Road.
Ocean St was on c/a 17 Wannaeue between Jetty Rd and the line of Norm Clark Walk, first subdivided in the latish 1870's by R.R.Woolcott with W.F.Vale taking over his efforts in 1913.*
(*See under Rosebud in column https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/196245254)
Arthur Alfred Thomas had bought "Hindhope" from Eleanor Rigg at 2:21 p.m. on 23-10-1914. This roughly 57 acre farm fronted Pt Nepean Rd from First Avenue to Boneo Rd and extended south to include Hindhope Villa (50 First Avenue, RECENTLY DEMOLISHED BECAUSE OF INADEQUATE HERITAGE STUDIES) and Hope St house blocks. The first street in the subdivision was supposed to be named after the last to farm Hindhope (on a one year lease), a member of the famed Frankston pioneering McCOMB family but the surveyor labelled it McCombe St on the plan of Block A. Thomas St was named after the developer.
PRAHRAN HODGES. - Ocean and Thomas streets and Chatfield avenue, Rosebud, 3-Building sites and cottage.(P.2, Argus, 26-12-1928.) See below:TITLES INFORMATION FOR LOT 3 SOLD IN 1928 BY PRAHRAN HODGES.
WAS IT WILLIAM THOMAS CHATFIELD WHO SUGGESTED EASTBOURNE AS THE NAME FOR THE LOCALITY BETWEEN ROSEBUD AND RYE IN 1926?
A trove search for "ESTATE, ROSEBUD" in the 1920's failed to reveal how Chatfield Avenue at Rosebud West acquired its name by 1928. I was about to try "chatfield, rosebud" in the same decade when an impulse led to me substituting Eastbourne for Rosebud. William seemed to be keen to see Eastbourne established as the locality's name so perhaps it was his suggestion in the first place. Dromana was a well-known place and, in advertisements for estates and holiday accommodation, was usually tacked onto Rosebud with which most Melbourne residents would not have been acquainted.
To Let, Furn, House, accom. 9, on main road, vacant Xmas onwards. W. Chatfield,Eastbourne, Dromana.
(P.20, The Age, 4-12-1929.)
Chatfield Avenue was obviously a subdivisional street (at least on paper!) by Easter 1927. The three roomed villa may have been William Chatfield's original dwelling, but perhaps not*. It was to be sold on the 18th, Easter Monday.
KNIGHT and HARWOOD..-Cor. Pt. Nepean road and Chatfield street, Rosebud, 3- Villa.(P.2, Argus, 16-4-1927.)
*It is starting to look likely that William Chatfield had purchased one or more portions of c/a 53, which like the Woodthorpe Estate, stretched from Pt Nepean Rd to Eastbourne Rd,and that he had lodged the subdivision plan himself and was building houses on beachfront lots which were most likely to sell quickly.This was quite a deep block.
ROSEBUD. — For Sale, House, 6 r., land 50 x 250 ft. on Nepean-rd.; £450, cash or terms. W. Chatfield.
(P.5, The Age, 5-2-1927.)
TITLES INFORMATION FOR LOT 3 SOLD IN 1928 BY PRAHRAN HODGES.
LOT 3.-Under Instructions from the Mortgagee-All That Piece of Land being LOT 3 on plan of Subdivision 10,160, Being Part of Crown Allotment 50, Section A, Parish Wannaeue, and Being the Land More Particularly Described in
Certificate of Title, Volume 5028. Folio 1,005,549, Having a Frontage of 70ft. to Chatfield Av., by Depths of 117ft 9 in. on One Side and 110ft. 4 in. on Other Side, Upon Which is Erected a W.B. Cottage of 6 Rooms and Convs. The Property is Distant About 200 feet from the Main Pt. Nepean Road, Rosebud.
TERMS FOR LOTS:-
Lot 1, L. 10 Deposit: Lot 2, L.10 Deposit: Lot 3- L.50 Deposit. Balance, Three Years, with Interest at 7 Per Cent.
PRAHRAN HODGES, 367 Chapel st., South Yarra.(P.2, Argus, 19-12-1928.)
A Lands Department clerk has obviously made an error regarding the crown allotment number. No copies of the Wannaeue parish map show crown allotment 50 section A (part of the former Tootgarook run; section B having been the Arthurs Seat Run.) The boundary between c/a 13 and 53 was just east of the Boneo drain and David Cairns must have purchased the part of c/a 53 between Mirram Ave. and Chinamans Creek, leased, and later sold to, the Wong family, from the Blair Estate or assignee. Chatfield Avenue, Leisureland (Capel Avenue) and the Woodthorpe Estate were all on c/a 53 which went west to Elizabeth Avenue. Eastbourne, across Eastbourne Rd, consisted of c/a's 52 and 44, the Woyna Estate between Elizabeth Ave. and Truemans Rd was on c/a's 51, 49 and 45 and the Stenniken, Truemans and Rowley grants across Truemans Rd were on c/a's 48, 47 and 46, 46A.
The Mortgagee of lot 3 was most likely William Thomas Chatfield and the memorial (v.5028 f.1005549) should detail the transfer of the land from the developer to the purchaser, a sketch of title tracing the land back to c/a 53 being granted to Blair, transferred to an assignee, sold in portions such as that containing Chatfield Avenue,transfer of this part (To Chatfield?), sale of lot 3 to the unknown purchaser, this block being mortgaged to the seller (or a financial body) etc. There may also be plans showing the Chatfield Avenue portion on c/a 53 and lot 3 on this portion coloured red.
With the title details given, the above information mentioned can be provided at a cost.
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Death record of William Thomas Chatfield (1961 aged 79) re parents' names. STILL OFFLINE.
SHEPPARTON'S SARAH WRIGHT, NEE COUSINS, AND A CONNECTION WITH TULLAMARINE, VICTORIA, AUSTRALIA TO BE DISCOVERED.
I can't sip a coffee without something to read so I was checking out trove results for Tullamarine in the 1930's when I discovered Sarah's obituary. As soon as I saw Sarah's maiden name, I suspected that her father's name was James and when I found that Sarah's mother had died within two years of their arrival, I suspected that I'd found the reason that James Cousins had become the stepfather of George Hendrie (sic, Hendry):
GEORGE HENDRIE IMPALATION
Was Mrs Parr the widowed Ann Parr or the wife of James Henry Parr?
Although there were many questions to be answered, I just had to use Sarah's obituary. Although Victorian BDM was working briefly last night when I managed to find Gordon Connor's 1899 birth record, it is again offline for scheduled maintenance. Neil Mansfield's THE DAVID MANSFIELD STORY (P.47) has answered at least one question. James Henry Parr did not marry Emily Mansfield until 1876 so Sarah Cousins was obviously looked after by Ann Parr (whose maiden name has not yet been discovered.) The widowed Ann (d. 1879 aged 72) and her son, James Henry, then about 5 years old, arrived in Victoria in 1853, apparently via New Zealand where Ann's husband had died. Sarah's obituary indicates that the Cousins family arrived circa 1862 and that Mrs Cousins died circa 1864. Sarah was probably the youngest daughter but it will be interesting to see if there were any Cousins children born here.
There were so many Thomas Wrights in Tullamarine's history that my head spins so Herbert Wright's death record will be of value when it becomes available again.
PASSING OF OLD PIONEER
In the passing away of Mrs Sarah Wright, one of the few remaining pioneers of the district has gone to her eternal rest. The late Mrs Wright's father, Mr. Cousins, came from Leicestershire, England, aboard the “King of Algeria" some 73 years ago, bringing with him his wife and family of five daughters and one son. Only one of the family survives, Mrs. Elizabeth Smith, of Essendon.
Mrs. Wright’s mother died within two years of their arrival in Melbourne and Mrs. Wright was taken by Mrs. Parr, of Tullamarine, where she lived for a few years, later residing with Dr. Dare and family at Camberwell where he was the minister. After his death she was with Rev. Usher's family until she married Mr. Herbert Wright, of Pine-Lodge, where she resided until a few years ago, when she and her husband came to take a well earned rest in Shepparton residing here until her death.
Although Mrs. Wright reared a family of 12 (one, Ralph, deceased) she found time to help wherever she could in sickness and trouble and her kindness and unselfishness in those early days of the district, when doctors and nurses were scarce and roads so bad, made her many friends by whom she was generally loved. She was an energetic church worker, and had unbounded spiritual wealth, and to the last was always trying to help the cause of Christianity. She was a lover of her church and the Home League and gave great assistance in her quiet way.
The cortege which followed the remains to the Shepparton cemetery on the 24th showed the respect and esteem in which the late Mrs Wright was held. Casket bearers were her three sons-in-law, Messrs P. Colliver, A. Laws, R. McCormack; Mr. Fred Smith (Essendon), a nephew, Mr. D.Wright, nephew, and Mr. C. J. Laws, an old friend of the family, Pall bearers were her eight sons, Walter, Edward, Arthur, Bert. Robert, Alic, Harrie and Fred.
Much sympathy is extended to Mr.Wright and family in their sad bereavement.
(P.4, Shepparton Advertiser, 2-8-1935.)
Mr Herbert Alfred Wright
The death of Mr. Herbert Alfred Wright. 94 years, of 54 Corio Street. Shepparton, occurred on July 31, at his residence. The funeral took place from Wesley Church for the Shepparton cemetery on the following Thursday,the Rev. H. B. Freeman conducting the services.
The casket was borne by one son (Frederick) and five grandsons ( Messrs. Mervyn McCormack,Alvin, Kenneth, Ronald and Leonard Wright), while the pall bearers were Messrs, Arthur, Herbert, Harrie and Alic Wright(sons), Cliff and Leslie Hamilton (nephews). He also has two surviving sisters, Mrs. Agar and Mrs. Hamilton, of Melbourne.
The funeral arrangements were in the hands of Messrs. Kittle Bros., which was largely attended showing the widespread respect held for an old pioneer of the Goulburn Valley district.
The late Mr. Wright, who celebrated his 94th birthday on July 17 last, was born at Mickleham, old Sydney road, 20 miles from Melbourne, his parents being the late Thomas and Mary Ann Wright. Possessed of a powerfulphysique, his good health and mental alertness continued throughout his long life, the last 27 years of which were spent in retirement in Shepparton. His wife, who was formerly Miss Sarah Cousins, predeceased him in 1935.
He was the father of Alice(Mrs. R. McCormack), Walter, Mary (Mrs. Colliver), Arthur,Edward (dec.), Herbert, Lillian(Mrs. Albert Laws), Ralph (dec.), Robert, Harry, Alex and Frederick. He leaves also 2? grandchildren and 14 great grand children. Mr. Wright was a member of the Pine Lodge Methodist church and also a trustee and treasurer until he retired from his farm to live in Shepparton. He was a man of many ideal qualities and always ready to serve the interests of others. He is translated into a greater life and a wider sphere of service. If our eyes could only see what eternal life means we would rejoice with great joy.
(P.9, Shepparton Advertiser, 17-8-1951.)
A WRIGHT, MICKLEHAM search on trove found a report of Herbert's 90th birthday that gives additional details,such as the year of his marriage, and confirms my suspicion that his parents had selected land at Pine Lodge.
Mr. Herbert Wright Celebrates
To celebrate the 90th birthday of Mr. Herbert Wright of Corio street, Shepparton, 35 members of his family and relatives met at his home on Thursday afternoon last, for the occasion. Mrs. Ager(sic) and Mrs. Hamilton, his two sisters, travelled from Melbourne to be present. Many telegrams and letters conveying birthday greetings and good wishes were read by his eldest nephew, Mr. J. Albert Wright, which had been sent from New South Wales,
Western Australia and other parts of the State.
Mr. Wright was born at Mickleham in 1857 and came with his parents to Pine Lodge in 1873, where he
afterwards bought land and followed farming pursuits. In 1880 he married Miss Sarah Cousin (sic), of Melbourne. Relinquishing his land twenty-five years ago, he came to reside at Corio Street, Shepparton. His wife, after a short illness, passed away twelve years ago.
His niece, Mrs. W. Hillier, baked the birthday cake and decorated it and his sister, Mrs. Agar, lit the candles while his other sister, Mrs.Hamilton, extinguished them. (P.9 Shepparton Advertiser, 22-7-1947.)
HERBERT WRIGHT'S PARENTS.
Euroke or Yuroke was the parish between Will Will Rook and Mickleham extending north from the line of Swain St (just south of the Providence Rd/ Mickleham Rd corner) to about a mile north of Craigieburn Rd and generally east to Merri Creek. The Machell grant, between Mickleham Rd and Section Rd,subdivided in the early 1850's and largely occupied by Methodists who built the heritage-listed Primitive Methodist Church and called the area Providence Plains, was probably their abode in "Euroke".
A METHODIST NONAGENARIAN
THE NONAGENERIAN'S DEATH NOTICE.
WRIGHT. –On the 3rd November, at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. T. Agar, Coburg, Mary Ann, relict of the late Thomas Wright, of Pine Lodge, loved mother of James, Herbert, Mrs. Hounslow (Sarah)*, Mrs. Agar (Rose), Mrs. Hamilton (Jennie), the surviving sons and daughters, aged 96 years. A colonist of 71 years.
A beautiful life, a peaceful end; She lived as she died, with God her friend. (P.1, Argus, 4-11-1919.)
See THE HOUNSLOWS.
HERBERT'S MUCH OLDER SISTER, ANN?
STRANKS— WRIGHT.— On the 10th inst.,at the Primitive Methodist Chapel, Campbellfield, by the Rev. M.Clarke, George Stranks, of Pascoe Vale, to Ann Wright, of Mickleham.(P.4, The Age, 13-3-1868.)
I was unclear whether Pine Lodge was the name of the Wright farm or a locality; it was the latter! As in Tullamarine, and the earliest subdivision in Greenvale, many residents were Methodists.
Pine Lodge is a rural district in north central Victoria, 12 km east of Shepparton.
In 1839 the Arcadia pastoral run, enclosing all of the Shepparton district, was occupied, and in 1858 it was divided into two. The second part was named Pine Lodge, possibly because of the prevalence of the Callitris tree, known as Murray Pine. The timber is resistant to white ant infestation and was found in the original homestead when it was replaced in 1913.
In the 1870s the Pine Lodge property was subdivided for farm selections. Between 1878 and 1882 four schools were opened in the Pine Lodge district, indicating the extent of the place name, particularly eastwards to what is now Cosgrove. Pine Lodge’s school (1878) was opened in a Methodist Free Church, and the Methodist denomination continued to be the main one, building a new and substantial brick building in 1924. The original Pine Lodge village was westwards, near today’s Orrvale.
Why I am mentioning the Hounslows?
THE NONAGENERIAN'S DEATH NOTICE.
WRIGHT. –On the 3rd November, at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. T. Agar, Coburg, Mary Ann, relict of the late Thomas Wright, of Pine Lodge, loved mother of James, Herbert, Mrs. Hounslow (Sarah)*, Mrs. Agar (Rose), Mrs. Hamilton (Jennie), the surviving sons and daughters, aged 96 years. A colonist of 71 years.
A beautiful life, a peaceful end; She lived as she died, with God her friend. (P.1, Argus, 4-11-1919.)
Thomas Wright's daughter, Sarah, married Albert Hounslow but there is no mention of Moorabool Flat in the article about her nonagenerian mother Mary Anne. The article states that Thomas went to Ballarat between their tenures at Mickleham and in the Golburn Valley but Albert and Sarah's wedding notice states that the wedding took place at Moorabool Flat. Their son, Alfred, later settled on 41 acres AT TULLAMARINE immediately south of the Parr property, The Elms, (where Sarah Cousins had probably lived for some years following the death of her mother circa 1864.)
HOUNSLOW—WRIGHT.—On the 12th May, at the residence of the bride's father, Albert Hounslow, of Campbellfield, to Sarah, third daughter of Mr. Thomas Wright, Moorabool Flat.
(P. 95, ILLUSTRATED AUSTRALIAN NEWS FOR HOME READERS, 14-6-1875.)
HOUNSLOW.—At his son's residence,Mooroopna, Albert Hounslow., dearly beloved husband of the late Sarah Hounslow and father of Clara (Mrs. George Knight, Mooroopna), Alfred(Tullamarine), Ada (Mrs. J. Killerberrin,. W.A.);
Frank (Shepparton); Mary (Mr.B. Smith, Shepparton); Fred (Mooroopna). At rest.
Funeral will leave Methodist Church for Shepparton cemetery at 2.30 o’clock tomorrow.
(P.4, Shepparton Advertiser, 18-9-1932.)
FROM THE HOUNSLOW ENTRY ON PAGE H 139 OF MY DICTIONARY HISTORY OF TULLAMARINE AND MILES AROUND.
FROM "The Story and Burial Listing of the Will Will Rook Pioneers Cemetery (October 2014.)
HERITAGE CONSULTANTS THINK THAT THEY CAN GET AWAY WITH SLOPPINESS BUT itellya WILL FIND THEM OUT. (VICTORIA, AUSTRALIA.)
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An advertisement that appeared in 1888 for land at Redstone Hill, promoted it as ‘A beautiful
stretch of undulating country … lightly timbered, fenced, and subdivided into convenient
paddocks, with rich alluvial flats admirably adapted for Fruit Growing, and easily irrigated.29
An article of 1937 claimed that the first fruit tree planted in Victoria was possibly planted by
Martin Batey at Redstone Hill.30 In the 1870s it was noted that there were many orchards in
the Sunbury area.31
30 Source has not been identified, but was taken from a search in Ancestry.com
LET ME HELP YOU CONTEXT.
The source was an article about THE OLDEST FRUIT TREE IN VICTORIA which I should be able to locate on trove with this subject and the words FLINTOFF and BATEY. The tree was planted at Greensborough!
OLDEST FRUIT TREE
BROADMEADOWS ROAD DISTRICT.-Notice is hereby given, that it is deemed expedient by the Broadmeadows Road Board to MAKE a NEW ROAD through part of Section 6, parish of WOLLERT, being the continuation of a one chain road from the Old Sydney-road through to tho New Sydney-road.
A plan showing the site and extent of the land required is deposited for inspection at tho offices of the Board, Victoria hotel*, Broadmeadows.
All persons affected are hereby called upon, within 10 days from the date of this notice to set forth in
writing all objections they may have to the proposed work.
HOLLAND LOXTON, Clerk to the Board.
Broadmeadows, May 25,1864. (P.3, Argus, 27-5-1864.)
*There are many historical plaques in Westmeadows. One on the Broadmeadows Tavern discusses the Victoria Hotel.
Google YUROKE, COUNTY OF BOURKE and WOLLERT, COUNTY OF BOURKE to access the parish maps.
I have read that parishes were to consist of about 25 square miles with boundaries being streams or existing roads when the land north of Melbourne was surveyed. Jika Jika, Doutta Galla and Maribyrnong/Cut Cut Paw were divided by streams (the Moonee Ponds separating the first two and the Saltwater River the latter two.)
If the south east part of the parish of Yuroke (sections 5 and 6), had gone east to the Merri Creek, the above notice would have been unnecessary. The Yuroke parish map shows the new Sydney road TOUCHING the north east corner of section 6 Yuroke as does the Wollert parish map (which shows the end of the unlabelled Cliffords Rd MEETING THE NEW SYDNEY ROAD WITHIN SECTION 6 YUROKE. However at some early stage the new Sydney Road was much nearer to Merri Creek than as shown on both parish maps. Nobody was quite sure where the Yuroke/ Wollert boundary actually was! If you look at Melway 180 D6, you will see that the last dot of the dotted Cliffords Rd is on the same alignment as O'Herns Rd on the other side of the Hume Highway. The NEW SYDNEY ROAD may well have been at the bend in O'Herns Rd at the middle top of 180 E6.
CLIFFORD RD, the "one chain road from the Old Sydney-road through to tho New Sydney-road" was named after Samuel Clifford, grantee of crown allotments 12 and 13, section 6 Yuroke. The ORIGINAL Sydney road was past the Young Queen Hotel (on the left,just north of the Pascoe Vale bridge)to Melway 6 G9, with a descent into Broadmeadows Township (Westmeadows south of Kenny St) and a long climb up the Ardlie St hill past the Broadmeadows Hotel, a store/p.o. later run by George Couser for many decades and the VICTORIA HOTEL (WHERE THE ROAD BOARD HAD ITS OFFICE)which was burnt down in about 1871. At the top of the hill, Ardlie St joined Mickleham Rd, which today north of Donnybrook Rd and the "Marnong" gates is still called OLD SYDNEY ROAD.
When the timber bridge linking the two parts of Ardlie St in Broadmeadows Township was built in 1854, travellers could access the Ardlie St hill via Tullamarine. The direct route to Sydney past the settlement and stockade that gave Coburg its original name of Pentridge was boggy near the Campbellfield/Somerton area and there was even a third route along today's Plenty Valley Highway, all three routes joining near Wallan.
Carters with heavy loads would have found the climb either way through Broadmeadows Township difficult, a drag being employed for descents, which didn't do much for the road surface, so once the new Sydney road was planned, the southern part of the original road (Pascoe Vale Rd) was extended to the south west corner of section 6 Yuroke where it connected directly with Cliffords Rd on the north west side of Samuel Clifford's grants. In about 1872 the defunct private Essendon railway was extended as the North Eastern Railway (to Sydney)and the south west end of Cliffords Rd was closed (now being roughly David Munroe Drive in Roxburgh Park.) The new connection to Somerton Rd is on c/a 13.
Cliffords Rd could well have been called Blakey Rd or Kernan Rd. Charles Blakey, grantee of much of section 6 Yuroke, a pound keeper at Somerton was involved absently at Rosebud, selling a block on section 18 Wannaeue to Jack Jones. LAKE V JONES 1889
Yvonne Kernan, a stalwart of the Craigieburn Historical Interest Group, who grew up at Somerton,is a descendant of Joseph Kernan, another grantee on section 6 Yuroke.
THE MYTH THAT "GLADSTONE PARK" (MELBOURNE, VICTORIA) WAS OWNED BY THE BRITISH PRIME MINISTER, W.E.GLADSTONE.
LINK WITH MR.GLADSTONE
Broadmeadows Farm Sale
Negotiations are almost complete for the sale of Gladstone Park, Broadmeadows. Gladstone Park is a farm of 777 acres, at present used for stock fattening. Subject to Treasury approval the price will be £2 5 an acre, making a total, of £19,425.
Special interest is attached to the sale because of its association with the famous British Prime Minister, (Mr. Gladstone) to whom the property is said to have been granted by Queen Victoria. Relatives of Mr. Gladstone once
resided in the nine-roomed brick homestead.
Gladstone Park adjoins Essendon aerodrome, and has a boundary of about two miles long Broadmeadows-road; running
right into Broadmeadows township. Moonee Ponds Creek forms the eastern boundary. During the war, it contained an emergency landing ground, which was used extensively for training purposes.
Agreement to the sale was received this week from the trustees of the Gladstone Estate in England. Attorneys for the trustees are the solicitors, Moule, Hamilton and Derham, Collins-street,city. Agents were A. E. Gibson and Co., Queen-street, city. The purchaser's name was not disclosed.
It is thought likely, because of the value of the land, much of it will eventually be subdivided.The homestead and about 100 acres may be retained as a stud farm. It is understood that the present tenant, Mr. J. E. Barrow, will remain in possession until the present lease expires in four years.(P.3, The Age, 21-9-1946.)
WHICH MR GLADSTONE?
From P. 87, BROADMEADOWS A FORGOTTEN HISTORY, Andrew Lemon.
(Gladstone Park) "had been owned by a Scot, Thomas Steuart Gladstone from 1869 until his death in 1883 and returned him an income of a few hundred pounds a year. Gladstone was a cousin of the British Prime Minister, W.E.Gladstone. He never came to Australia but had been an associate of the land's previous owner, Neil Black, and he came into possession of the land as the result of a business agreement. On Gladstone's death the property had passed to his three sons Robert, Samuel and John, all of Liverpool.
ADJOINED ESSENDON AERODROME?
See:TULLAMARINE PARISH MAP
N.B. If the link doesn't work, google TULLAMARINE, COUNTY OF BOURKE and click on the first result.
Gladstone Park was section 5. The Broadmeadows Rd (now Mickleham Rd) frontage of "Gladstone Park" was 8000 links (80 chains, a mile or 1600 metres.) The farms BETWEEN THIS FARM AND ESSENDON AERODROME were Viewpoint on crown allotments 1 and 2 of section 4, Camp Hill, (Gowanbrae from about 1940) on c/a's 3 and 4 of section 4, and Southwaite Gill on 22B and D Doutta Galla (today's Strathmore Heights.)
GLADSTONE PARK WAS ORIGINALLY NAMED STEWARTON.
The original name of section 5 (and another farm in the Western District) was probably derived from one of the four members of the syndicate that Niel Black represented in Australia (see bold type below.) Peter McCracken leased Stewarton from 1846 till 1855, when unable to get an answer from Niel Black about renewing his lease, he moved to his dairy in South Kensington until his Ardmillan" mansion in TODAY'S Moonee Ponds was completed in 1857.
A.D.Pyke, author of THE GOLD THE BLUE (a history of the Lowther Hall school in Leslie St, Essendon) stated that Peter McCracken's Stewarton was in Moonee Ponds, unaware that properties as far north as Dunhelen were given this location name. The original name was still used when John Cock first occupied the farm but its name was recorded as "Gladstone" in the second year of his lease. This would have been when ownership reverted from the insolvent G.W.Taylor to Gladstone's sons.
THE NINE ROOMED BRICK HOUSE THAT NO GLADSTONE EVER OCCUPIED.
The original homestead was a four roomed weatherboard house near Claredale Avenue. The nine roomed brick house, grain silos and stables were near the corner of Lyndhurst Avenue and North Circular Rd. The new homestead would have been built early in John Cock's tenure, no doubt financed by Taylor's forfeited deposit and part payments.
FROM MY JOURNAL "OWNERS AND OCCUPIERS OF "GLADSTONE PARK".
This journal was prompted by Bezza sending me the information in italics. Mr Fenwick was probably managing the farm for Helen Melville. Thomas Steuart Gladstone was cousin of the prime minister. Stewarton and a farm of the same name in the Western District were probably named after Gladstone's partner. Stewarton was renamed Gladstone in the second year of John Cock's lease.
The will of the late Mr Thomas Gladstone has been proved. The personalty in the estate amounts to ?25=,000.Kilmore Press 23 May 1889 p3. This is Thomas Steuart Gladstone. There was also a Sir Thomas Gladstone that died in 1889.
Fenwick seem to have Gladstone park in 1917 when it was sold.
Essendon Gazette 22 Feb 1917
Gladstone Park Sale. Campbell and Sons and McCulloch Hancock will sell, on Wednesday,. Inst., at 1 p.m., at Gladstone Park, Broadmeadows. under instructions from A. G. and C E. Melville. the whole of pedigreed and farm mares, dairy breeding sows, sheep, machinery, farm implements and sundries. Particularly given in our advertising columns, and other details may be had from the auctioneers or from Mr. A. Fenwick. Gladstone Park, Broadmeadows.
Essendon Gazette 14 Sep 1916 p2
Clearing Sale at Broadmeadows. .Last Tuesday week, 5th September, a very successful clearing sale was held at Gladstone Park, Broadmeadows, by McPhail, Anderson and Co., in conjunction with McCulloch and Hancock. The proprietors having decided to relinquish dairying and to go in solely for sheep and cropping, instructed the above agents to hold a clearing sale of all the dairy stock, plant, etc. A large number of buyers attended and a good sale resulted. Cows. in milk some time, made to ?11 10s; springers, to ?14; 21-year-old heifers, in lines, ?6 12s 6d;: 18 months to 2-year-olds, ?4 12s Gd; 9 to 12 months olds, ?3 2s 6d; bull,.to ?10 2s 6d. The plant. etc.. also sold at good values.
Essendon Gazette 8 August 1918 p3
MR. A. E. HOADLEY Has secured the Imported Welsh Cob, GWALIA CAESAR Who will stand the Season at GLADSTONE PARK, BROADMEADOWS. Terms on Application.
Section 5 in the parish of Tullamarine fronted the east side of today's Mickleham Rd from the Lackenheath Drive corner to Forman St where it adjoined Broadmeadows Township.The first bridge in the township joined the two parts of Ardlie St.
Today's suburb of Gladstone Park is separated from the rest of SECTION 5'S 777 acres (subdivided as the Gladstone Gardens Estate) by the freeway. It also includes most of "Viewpoint" which ran south to the junction. Marigold Crescent in Gowanbrae is also part of Viewpoint. About half of Camp Hill/ Gowanbrae is in Gladstone Park while the portion south east of the Ring Road carries the farm's second name.
Page G.30, DICTIONARY HISTORY OF TULLAMARINE AND MILES AROUND.
George Russell of Golf Hill in the Western District who bought Section 5 Tullamarine is shown on the Parish map as the grantee. He bought it for Niel Black of Mt Noorat near Colac who arrived in 1839 as the representative of Niel Black & Co. The partners in this firm were A.Stewart,Thomas Steuart Gladstone, Alex Struthers Finlay and Niel Black. Section 5, Tullamarine was probably intended as a holding paddock or depot to rest sheep hoofing it to market in Melbourne and was owned by Neil Black until his death in 1880 and in 1881-2 by his estate.
In 1882-3 Gladstone became the owner and from 1888-1892, land speculator, G.W.Taylor, was recorded in rate books as the owner;he'd anticipated a killing because of the proposed railway to Bulla with a possible branch to Broadmeadows Township. Taylor fled the country leaving massive debts and the Gladstones regained title as well as pocketing the deposit and part payments.Andrew Lemon said the Gladstones owned the 777 acre farm "until the 1920's" but the rate collectors thought otherwise;the next owner was Frederick Newman Levin, from 1949 till 1952 when he sold to Stanley Korman.
Lessees were Peter McCracken 1846-1855 (McCracken Papers), J.Maconochie , 1863-4, Edmund Dunn of "Viewpoint",the next property south 1865-1873, John Taylor 1873-5, John Kerr of Kerrsland 1875-1892 (Kerr and sons 1881-2), John Cock my great grandfather 1892-1912, HELEN MELVILLE 1912-1917, A.E.Hoadley 1917-1920, L.Roxburgh* 1920-1930, Jim Barrow 1930-1949. Owner/Occupiers from then were Levin 1949-52, Stanley Korman 1952-1964, Costain Development Pty. Ltd (Broadmeadows: A Forgotten History.) The last occupant of the second Gladstone Park Homestead (site known) was Ian Farrugia who was also the last occupant of the remaining house on THE LAST OF THE BROADY FARMS (Camp Hill/ Gowanbrae), the second farm south.
*Origin of the name of the suburb, Roxburgh Park.
The myth of the prime minister being the owner of Gladstone Park seems to have arisen before the death of Niel Black in 1880 as this quote from Niel's obituary illustrates.
"We extract the following memoir from
'Victorian Men of the Time':--"The Hon. Neil Black,
M.L.C., was born in the year 1804, at Cowal, in
Argyleshire, and is the son of Mr Archibald Black,
an extentive sheep farmer. Up to the age of thirty-three
Mr. Neil Black lived with his elder brother
Walter, and acquired a thorough knowledge of the
breeding and management of stock. He then
determined to visit Australia, and on hearing that he
was about to emigrate, several gentlemen were
desirous that Mr Neil Black should take out money
to invest for them, and an agreement was drawn up
between himself, Mr. Finlay (of Toward Castle,
Argyleshire), Mr. William Ewart Gladstone (since
premier of England), and Mr Stewart (of Glenormiston),
each of whom entered into a partnership for
five years, on equal shares, and entrusted Mr. Black
with the management of the joint funds, some
£8000, together with the selection of the territory,
the sole condition being that he should pay cash for
everything he bought."
As the source* quoted was not published until 1882, it is possible that the reference to the prime minister was in a draft of the book and was corrected before publication. It can be assumed that Andrew Lemon based Thomas Steuart Gladstone's (and his sons') ownership of section 5 Tullamarine on documents; otherwise he's made another mistake (like the one about James Robertson of "Gowrie" at Campbellfield being a Keilor farmer)and the myth is true! (See POSTSCRIPT.)
*Men of the time in Australia : Victorian series / compiled by H. Morin ...
Men of the time in Australia : Victorian series / compiled by H. Morin Humphreys. Also Titled. Spine title: Men of the time, Victoria, 1882. Other Authors. Humphreys, H. Morin. Edition. 2nd ed. Published. Melbourne [Vic.] : M'Carron, Bird, 1882. Physical Description. clxxxii, 274 p. ; 22 cm. Series. Australian men of the time.
Andrew Lemon was correct about Thomas Steuart Gladstone being a member of the Niel Black syndicate and gaining sole ownership of section 5 Tullamarine in 1869. The syndicate was dissolved in 1868-9, not after Black's death in 1880 as I had thought. See:
AUSTRALIAN DICTIONARY OF BIOGRAPHY