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LABOURS AND SUFFERINGS OF THE EARLY CONVICTS

Early Australian History.
A series of Historical Sketches, bearing upon Australian Colonization and
Convict Life in New South Wales and Van Dieman's Land.

The state of things thus feebly depicted continued until the middle of May, when the Sirius returned from the Cape with a four months' supply of provisions for the settlement. Her arrival was hailed with great joy, and those convicts who had almost given themselves up to despair and the recklessness attendant upon such a condition of mind and feeling, at once became orderly, industrious, and well-behaved.
Full rations produced contentment and even hilarity, and the convicts went so far in this direction as even to indulge in dramatic entertainments, permission to do so having first been obtained from his Excellency.

The 4th of June 1789 was the King's birthday, and free and bond joined in its celebration, rendering the occasion remarkable as the data of the first performance of a play in Australia.
The play produced was George Farquhar's comedy of 'The Recruiting Officer,' and the theatre was a hut fitted up for the occasion, the actors being all convicts. Concerning the merits of this early performance no information has been handed down to us ; but Collins says, ' they (the players) professed no higher aim than 'humbly to excite a smile,' and their efforts 'to please' were not unattended with applause.'

The chief work upon which the prisoners had up to this time been employed was in procuring building materials, erecting houses and stores, building boats and wharves, and in farming operations, 250 of them being engaged, mostly at Parramatta, in clearing the ground and cultivating the soil. The discovery of the Hawkesbury River by the Governor, who spent a large portion of his time in exploring the country in this direction in search of better land for cultivation, furnished a wider scope for operations, and parties of convicts were soon sent further afield to work.
The fine deep soil on the banks of the river was admirably adapted for raising grain, and shortly after its discovery portions of it were allotted to settlers. But another season of distress being feared, in November the people were again placed on short allowance, for although the first crop had been garnered at Parramatta, amounting to upwards of 200 bushels of wheat, with small portions of maize, barley and oats, it was deemed advisable to save the whole for seed for the ensuing year ; and the rats had committed great havoc among the provisions in the public store at the settlement. The rations now served out were barely sufficient to preserve life, the weekly allowance for adults being 2lbs. flour, 2lbs. pork, 1 pint peas, and 1lb. rice, the Governor and the officers again receiving equal measure with the convicts.

And right in the midst of this trouble there came intelligence which intensified the gloom.
The Sirius frigate, which had been sent to Norfolk Island, had been wrecked there, and although two years had elapsed since the foundation of the colony, no intelligence had been received from England, and for all the people knew no fresh supplies had yet started from headquarters.
And again want bred discontent and disorder ; again were issued and enforced stringent regulations against waste; again there followed insubordination, floggings and executions.

The tender Supply was despatched to Batavia, the commander carrying instructions to charter a vessel there and load her as well as the Supply with a full cargo of provisions.
Two months of deepest misery intervened, and then one morning early in June a sail was sighted from the South Head. The vessel proved to be the Lady Juliana, from London, which had been eleven months on her passage, having started in July of the previous year.
The ship Guardian had been dispatched from England about the same time, with a large quantity of live stock and other supplies, but having struck on a rock she was compelled to put into the Cape of Good Hope, almost in a sinking state ; and the Lady Juliana, a much smaller vessel, had come on with a part of her cargo and passengers.
The provisions which thus came to hand at such an opportune time enabled the Governor to increase, but only to a small extent, the scale of provisions, it being thought that the stock would last until the return of the Supply from Batavia.

Then other surprises quickly followed. Three ships from London, transports, put in their appearance, bringing ,out a large number of convicts, and detachments of the New South Wales Corps.
More mouths to feed and very little to feed them ! the outlook was indeed dark and gruesome.

The character of the New South Wales Corps afterwards embodied in the 102nd Regiment has already been dwelt upon in Part I of this history ('The Story of the Ten Governors'), but the subject was not then exhausted, and it is necessary that something more should be said concerning a set of men whose actions proved them to have been cast in the coarsest mould of genteel viciousness.

Concerning the formation of the Corps : A Major Grose had made a proposal to the Secretary of State to enlist a force for service in the penal settlement of Botany Bay, on condition that he received certain emoluments and honours, and his offer being accepted he set his recruiting officers to work, and soon succeeded in raising the requisite number to form the first detachments. Not from the ranks of tried soldiers did he raise his force, and not from the ranks of reputable men. They were to do duty in a land of convicts ; who better for such service than convicts themselves? An Irish political prisoner named Holt, who was transported to the colony some years later than the period here referred to, and whose peculiar experiences will be narrated in a subsequent chapter, describes, the. officers-of this Corps as ' old tailors and shoemakers, stay-makers, man-milliners, tobacconists and pedlars, that were called- captains and lieutenants.' Likely men for the service were sought in the hulks of the prisons of the old land ; soldiers under punishment were taken. from the navy hulk; and those who had been condemned to service in India were reprieved on enlisting in the New South Wales Corps.
-Says Governor Hunter, who found them more, troublesome than the convicts,'Characters who have been disgraced in every other regiment in his Majesty's. service have been thought fit and proper recuits , for the New South Wales Corps. We find among these, men capable of corrupting the hearts of the best disposed, and often superior in every species of infamy to the most expert in wickedness among the convicts !'
And these are only fine lines in the picture.
Those who have read what has already been written of these men, and who read what follows and after all is said the whole truth will not have , been told will share in the astonishment of the writer of this story that every element of goodness in the young colony was not swallowed up in this sink of corruption called a Corps.

The vessels which brought to the colony the first contingent of Major Grose's army also brought about : 2,000 male and 250 female convicts. The voyage out was full of horrors to the unfortunate prisoners.
The vessels were not, regular transports, but private ships, whose owners had contracted with the Government to embark prisoners at 17/7/6 per head, without any agreement being made for sufficient accommodation or proper control ; nor were they even liable for any deduction for those who died on the voyage hence, the greater number of deaths, the more profit to the contractors. Will the reader be astonished to learn that the sharks were well fed on human flesh during the passage. Nearly 300 of the wretched creatures on board in chains perished before the vessels reached Port Jackson, in consequence of the close and improper way in which they had been confined.
Driven to desperation by the treatment they were receiving, some of the convicts made an attempt to overpower the guards and get possession of the ships. They failed, and failure brought increased suffering.
The convicts were after this attempt all heavily ironed : and the bodies of those who died under the hatches were permitted to remain there and putrefy for weeks !
Is there in all the records of the time when slave ships sailed the sea, a story more horrible and horrifying than this?
Some of those who survived the voyage died when being conveyed to the land in boats, and many of the others landed only to die.
No record has been preserved of the number that died after they were landed, but Colonel David Collins makes this grim report : All possible expedition was used in getting the sick on shore, for even while they remained on board many died. The total number of sick on the last day of June was three hundred and forty-nine.

The melancholy which closed the month of June appeared unchanged in the beginning of July. The morning generally opened with depositing in the burying ground the miserable victims of the night !'But the officers and men of the New South Wales Corps lived through it all, and on their arrival they began to shew their superiority as soldiers wearing the King of England's uniform.

Let Governor Phillip speak. He says : "They were observed to be very intimate with the convicts, living in their huts, eating, drinking and gambling with them, and perpetually enticing the women to leave the men."

The whole detachment, we are told, with the exception of the non-commissioned officers and five or six of the privates, took an oath to stand by each other, and not to suffer a soldier to be punished for whatever crime he might commit against an inhabitant ; and so we hear Governor Hunter complaining that they had destroyed the dwelling house of one resident, for sport, no doubt, and that the greatest part of the detachment on one occasion left their barracks with their bayonets 'to attack an unarmed people,' continuing for four days in open and avowed mutiny.' The officers did not, certainly, transgress so openly after the fashion of their inferiors, but they committed outrages of another character, as fully detailed in Part I ; and they gave the sanction of silence to the 'innocent pranks' of the privates in the Regiment.

Governor John Hunter it was who wrote to one of the commanding officers (Lieut.Colonel Paterson)- in the following strain, his anger somewhat interfering with his grammar : "I must declare to you, sir, that the conduct of this part of the New South Wales Corps has been, in my opinion, the most violent and outrageous that was ever heard of by any British Regiment whatever!"
Major Grose and Captain Paterson each served as Lieutenant-Governor during the interregnum, between the departure of Governor Phillip in December, 1792, and the arrival of Governor Hunter in September, 1795 the former acting two years, and the latter for about nine months.
And here let us drop the: New South Wales Corps. I do not care to handle vice too long.

Again taking up the thread of the narrative proper, we learn that in October (just six months after leaving on her foraging mission) the Supply returned to the colony from Batavia, with a full cargo of provisions, and the captain reported that he had chartered a Dutch ship, which was following, also laden with provisions. This was joyful news, and the whole settlement was immediately put on full allowance.
The action of the Governor in limiting the ration of himself and the officers to that served out-to the soldiers and convicts, while it prevented any expression of discontent, gave the latter the clearest proof that could be offered of Phillip's desire to deal fairly with them ; and when the fresh provisions arrived there was general rejoicing. The frequent recurrence of times of scarcity, however, and the slow growth of internal production, made the convicts very unsettled, and there was a wide-spread desire to escape from a condition where starvation appeared to be a contingency not very remote at any time.

Early in 1791, several daring and successful attempts were made by prisoners to escape from the colony, by means of boats stolen from the settlers on the banks of the Parramatta and Hawkesbury Rivers, and with a view of preventing this an order was issued by the Governor limiting all boats to be built in future to a size so small that none but the most foolhardy would think of escaping in them. Nevertheless, the attempts continued to be made, but in the majority of cases the boats were so small and weak that they were swamped almost before they had cleared the Heads.

It was in August of this year that the convicts whose sentences had expired, and who desired to remain in the colony, were allowed to select small parcels of land to clear and cultivate for their own use. The first party, twelve in number, made selections of land about four miles from Parramatta, at the foot of Prospect Hill. From this time forward grants of land to emancipists continued to be made with more or less liberality, and some of the large estates in the colony at the present day, if traced back for little over
half,a century, will be found to have had their beginning under the rule which extended the system of land grants to convicts whose sentences had expired and whose conduct had been good.
And many of the prisoners had earned all that was given to them, for their services to the colony, apart altogether from the 'labour' which the Government extracted from them as a penalty attaching to crime, were really very valuable which is more than can be said of the services rendered by the crowds of non-commissioned officers to whom the public estate was served out in such large slices at this and at subsequent periods.

The real pioneers of the country were, not the retired officers or free settlers, but their assigned servants; for these were the men who braved the dangers of the bush, withstood the assaults of the justly incensed aborigines, cleared the land, cultivated it and made it habitable, and developed the resources of the country while their masters, during the greater portion of the time, took their ease in what was then the only centre of civilization in the colony.
It does not detract at all from the merit of the work in which these men engaged that their labours were not voluntary. It is to their credit that they performed their duties faithfully and well under circumstances of the most discouraging kind; and they deserved all the reward that came to them.


As this story proceeds it will be seen that, as a rule, the men who laid the foundation upon which the industrial prosperity of the colony has been raised more often received kicks than half-pence as a reward for their labours. Many of the more successful of the First Fleeters dwelt on the Hawkesbury and its tributaries, where the first agricultural settlers were planted, and from them, even to a date near the fifties could be obtained reliable reminiscences of the olden time.

One of these settlers,a Mr. S - , who was in well-to-do circumstances, and who had been freed shortly after arriving in the colony, told the following thrilling story ,in the year 1845 :
"I arrived in the colony fifty-six years since; it was Governor Phillip's time and I was fourteen years old ; there were only eight houses in the colony then. I know that myself and eighteen others laid in a hollow tree for seventeen weeks, and cooked out of a kettle with a wooden bottom; we used to stick it in a hole in the ground and make a fire round it. I was seven years in service (bond) and then started working for a living wherever I could get it. There was plenty of hardship then. I have often taken grass and pounded it, and made soup from a native dog. I would eat anything then. For seventeen weeks I had only five ounces of flour a day. We never got a full ration except when the ship was in harbour. The motto was 'kill them or work them ; their provision will be in store'.
Many a time have I been yoked like a bullock with twenty or thirty others to drag along timber. About eight hundred died in about six months at a place called Toongabbie, or Constitution Hill. I knew a man so weak he was thrown into the grave; when he said, 'Don't cover me up; I'm not dead; for God's sake don't cover me up!'The overseer answered 'D- your eyes, you'll die tonight, and we shall have the trouble to come back again!
The man recovered; his name is James and he is now alive at Richmond.
They used to have a large hole for the dead; 0nce a day men were sent down to collect the corpses of prisoners, and throw them in without any ceremony or service. The native dogs used to come down at night and fight and howl in packs, gnawing the poor dead bodies.
The Governor would order the lash at the rate of 500, 600, or 800 ; and if the men could have stood it they would have had more. I knew a man hung time and then for having stolen a few biscuits, and another for stealing a duck frock. A man was condemned no time take him to a tree, and hang him. The overseers were allowed to flog the men in the fields, Often have the men been taken from the gangs, had fifty, and been sent back to work. Any man would, have committed murder for a month's provisions ; I would have committed three (murders) for a week's provision ! I was chained seven weeks on my back for being out getting greens, wild herbs. The *Rev. used to come it tightly to force some confession. Men were obliged to tell lies to prevent their bowels being cut out with the lash!
Old - (an overseer) killed three men at the saw in a fortnight by overwork. We used to be taken in large 'parties to raise a tree; when the body of the tree was raised he (old - ) would. call some of 'the men away then more ; the men were bent double they could not bear it they fell the tree on one or two, killed on the spot. 'Take him away; put him in the ground!' There was no more about it.
After seven years I got my liberty and then started about working for a living where I could get it. I stowed myself away on board the 'Barrington, bound for Norfolk Island, with eighteen others ; it was not a penal settlement then. Governor King was there. I had food, in plenty. I was overseer of the Governor's garden. Afterwards I went to live with old D'Arcy Wentworth and a better master never lived in the world. Little Billy, the great lawyer, has often been carried in my arms. Old D'Arcy wanted, me to take charge of Homebush station, but I took to the river (Hawkesbury), worked up and down till I saved, enough money to buy old B-'s farm at Pitt Town. No man worked harder than I have done. I have by me about 1000 ready cash. I have given that farm of forty acres to my son Joseph, and three other farms and about 500 head of cattle ; and about the same to my other son. I have also got 80 acres besides my house, and some fine cattle. We are never without a chest of tea in the house ; we use two in the year. I have paid 40 for a chest of tea in this colony. Tea is a great comfort."


This old man was described as large-featured, handsome, military sort of face, of a red-brown complexion, clean shaved, and his dress a flannel shirt with black bandanna, tied sailor fashion, exposing his strong neck, and a pair of fustian trousers. A coat to him was like a prison, and he kept religiously away from that article of dress. He was as rough-mannered as he was honest, and a story is told of his meeting with Dr. -, who had the reputation among the prison population of never having spared any man in his anger or any woman in his lust. It was during the flogging days, and the Dr. met him in Sydney coming out of the bank. Holding out his hand the medico said, "Come Mr. S -, shake hands, let bygones be bygones; I am glad to see you looking so well." The old man put his hands behind him, and bawled out "I suppose because I have got a velvet waistcoat, and money in the bank, you want to shake hands; but no! Dr. - , it would take a second resurrection to save such as thee!"
The Dr.-- did not wait to hear any more.

The old man's wife was blind, but had a good memory, and she told the following story with tears :
"I have seen Dr. - take a woman who was in the family way, with a rope round her, and duck her in the water at Queen's Wharf. The laws were bad then. If a gentleman wanted a man's wife he would send the husband to Norfolk Island. I have seen a man flogged for pulling six turnips instead of five. One was overseer, the biggest villain that ever lived delighted in torment. He used to walk up and down and rub his hands when the blood ran. When he walked out the flogger walked behind him. He died a miserable death ; maggots ate him up, and not a man could be found to bury him. I have seen six men executed for stealing 21 lbs of flour. I have seen a man struck when at work with a handspike, and killed on the spot. I have seen men in tears round Governor , begging for food. He would mock them with 'Yes, yes, gentlemen; I'll make you comfortable; give you a nightcap and a pair of stockings!"

Another man in the same year gave this account ;
"I arrived in the third fleet on the 16th October, 1791; it was on a Sunday we landed. The ship's name was Barrington, Captain March. I was sent to Toongabbie. For nine months there I was on five ounces of flour when weighed out barely four; served daily. In those days we were yoked to draw timber, twenty-five in gang. The sticks were six feet long, six men abreast. We held the stick behind us, and dragged with our hands. One man came ashore in the Pitt; his name was Dixon ; he was a gentleman. He was put to the drag, but it soon done for him. He began on a Thursday and died on a Saturday, as he was dragging a load down Constitution Hill. There were thirteen hundred died there in six months. Men used to carry trees on their shoulders. How they used to die ! The men were weak dreadfully weak through want of food. A man named Gibraltar was hung for stealing a loaf out of the Governor's kitchen. He got down the chimney, stole the loaf, had a trial, and was hung the next day at sunrise. At this time a full ration was allowed to the Governor's dog. I have seen seventy men flogged at night, twenty-five lashes each. On Sunday evening they used to read the laws. If any man was found out of the camp he got 25. The women used to he punished with iron collars. In Governor King's time they used to douse them overboard. They killed one.
Dr. - was a great tyrant. Mine is a life-grant from Governor Bourke fourteen acres. I grow tobacco, wheat, and corn ; just enough to make a living."


A story was current to the following effect, shewing the arbitrary rule of 1816:
Governor Bligh having heard from his cowkeeper that the servant of an officer of the staff had made some impertinent remarks because disappointed of the customary supply of milk for his master, on the following morning sent for the disappointed delinquent. Wondering and trembling he was ushered into the presence of His Excellency, who received him with a condescending smile, and told him that as the chief constable's house was on his way home, he (the Governor,) had simply sent for him to save a dragoon the trouble of going there with a letter. The letter was handed to the somewhat bewildered servant, who straightway delivered it to 'the chief constable, and as a reward was immediately tied to the triangles and treated to 25 lashes the letter, having contained the Governor's warrant for the payment of the reward.

This chapter (5) transcribed from
Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal (NSW : 1851 - 1904)
Published, Saturday 5 January 1889
Written by Charles White (1845-1922), editor and author,
Under his pseudonym, 'The Chatterer'
White was born at Bathurst, New South Wales,
the eldest son of John Charles White, bank clerk and Methodist lay preacher,
and his wife Myra, ne Oakey, of Demerara, West Indies.
In October 1859 his father bought the Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal
The family owned this paper until 1904.
janilye, 2012


Notes: Production history of The Recruiting Officer.
It opened at Drury Lane in 1706. It was an immediate hit and went on to become one of the most frequently performed plays of the 18th century. The part of the foppish Brazen proved a notable role for the renowned actor-manager Colley Cibber. The Recruiting Officer was also the first play to be staged in the Colony of New South Wales, which is now Australia, by the convicts of the First Fleet in 1789 under the governance of Captain Arthur Phillip RN (also Commodore of the First Fleet) as well as the first performance of the original Dock Street Theatre in Historic downtown Charleston, SC in 1736. The most famous modern revival was staged at the National Theatre (when at the Old Vic) in 1963 its inaugural season. Directed by William Gaskill, it had an extremely strong cast which included Laurence Olivier as Brazen, Robert Stephens as Plume, Colin Blakely as Kite, Derek Jacobi as Worthy, Maggie Smith as Silvia and Mary Miller as Melinda.[citation needed] The National Theatre staged the play again in 1991 with Desmond Barrit as Brazen, Alex Jennings as Plume and Ken Stott as Kite. It was directed by Nicholas Hytner.

There have been two television adaptations of the play. The first for Australian television in 1965, the second a BBC Play of the Month in 1973. The latter, directed by David Giles, starred Ian McKellen as Plume, Prunella Ransome as his sweetheart Silvia, Jane Asher as Melinda, John Moffatt as Brazen, and Brian Blessed as Sergeant Kite.

* Rev. Samuel Marsden
The flogging Parson, He was appointed a magistrate in 1796; however, his reputation plummeted as his cruelty and harsh sentences became the stuff of legend. He was removed from the magistracy twice, by Governor Macquarie in 1818 and by Governor Brisbane in 1822-his picture below and depicted in this episode of the highly popular 1978 Australian Television series Against The Wind which may be watched here.


Herald of the Morning

OF LIVERPOOL, built in 1855 at St. John New Brunswick. Captain G RUDOLPH, MASTER, BURTHEN 1291 TONS Surgeon onboard Dr. G.F.Hatch
Departing the PORT OF LIVERPOOL on the 10 March 1858, arriving in SYDNEY, NEW SOUTH WALES, 25TH JUNE 1858

IMMIGRANTS per ship HERALD OF THE MORNING- Notice is hereby given, that the undermentioned persons, for whom passages were provided to this colony. In pursuance of deposits made under the Remittance Regulations, have arrived in the ship Herald of the Morning, and that they will be prepared to join their friends, the single females from the Institution, Hyde Park Barracks on and after their arrival there, and the married families and single men from the ship, THIS DAY, at 4 p.m.The Sydney Morning Herald Friday 25 June 1858.

Crew
RUDOLPH G CAPTAIN
BROWN W CHIEF OFFICER 32 BRITISH
BLACK A 2ND OFFICER 29 BRITISH
GONDGE T 3RD OFFICER 21 US
CARLISLE A CARPENTER 26 BRITISH
MCBRIDE W CARPENTERS MATE 25 BRITISH
ROBINSON H BOATSWAIN 22 BRITISH
STEPHENSON W SAILS 22 BRITISH
MURRAY G J STEWARD 34 BRITISH
FLEMMING P COOK 32 BRITISH
MILLER F A. B. 28 BRITISH
NEWTON J A. B. 33 BRITISH
BROWN P A. B. 22 FOREIGN
MCFARLANE J A. B. 25 BRITISH
DAVIS J A. B. 24 BRITISH
WILLIAMS J A. B. 26 BRITISH
SMITH F A. B. 23 BRITISH
MCGEE A A. B. 23 BRITISH
WILLIAMS R A. B. 22 FOREIGN
MARRIER J A. B. 23 BRITISH
LAING J A. B. 28 BRITISH
RATCLIFFE W A. B. 23 BRITISH
FLEETWOOD E A. B. 27 BRITISH
WILSON J A. B. 22 BRITISH
ORR J A. B. 40 BRITISH
FRANK J A. B. 21 BRITISH
ANGEL H A. B. 26 BRITISH
ATKINSON J A. B. 23 BRITISH
WEST T A. B. 24 BRITISH
FREWIN D A. B. 28 BRITISH
JAGHAM J ORDY 22 BRITISH
MORGAN J ORDY 19 BRITISH
MARTIN T ORDY 20 BRITISH
JOHNSTON W ORDY 18 BRITISH
BURRY B BAKER 36 BRITISH
LEWIS T BOY 18 BRITISH
WILLIAMS E BOY 15 BRITISH
GEORGE J A. B. 30 FOREIGN
SEYLAND N A. B. 28 FOREIGN
CARTER P A. B. 32 BRITISH
OLIVER G A. B. 29 GREECE
ROWORTH W A. B. 28 BRITISH
GEORGE N A. B. 29 FOREIGN
GROSS N A. B. 27 FOREIGN
NICHOLOVICK J A. B. 26 FOREIGN
D'SILVA M A. B. 27 FOREIGN
JONES J A. B. 22 FOREIGN
BROWN J A. B. 33 BRITISH
CONNEL J A. B. 25 BRITISH
CONDERRY N A. B. 28 BRITISH
TEMPLETON B A. B. 22 BRITISH
FISHER J A. B. 20 BRITISH
SARAHAN J PASS COOK 55 BRITISH
SPERE W PASS COOK 35 BRITISH
WILDIE J ? ? BRITISH


Name of Immigrant. - From what county selected.
BECKLEY, John - Surrey
Sophia
Elizabeth,
Hannah
John T.
BONE. Robert - Middlesex
Sophia
Augusta
Robert W.
CAHILL, Thomas - Tipperary
Judy
Mary
CANE, Thomas - Surrey
Catherine
Catherine E.
Ann
DALY. Thomas - Clare
Bridget
DEVETT, John - Clare
Honora
DYNAN, Thomas - Clare
Mary
FADDEN, Richard - Mayo
Mary
Ellen
FLOOD, Thomas - Tipperary
Margaret
GIBBS, Thomas - Middlesex
Sophia
HAGERTY, James - Derry
Mary
John
Susan
Robert
HASWELL, Archibald - Surrey
Mary
HEAR. John - Down
Jane
John
Sarah
Ann
HEFFERNAN, Dennis - Tipperary
Mary
HILL, John - Queen's
Ellen
KIRK, Armour - Renfrew
Mary
Ann
LUMSDEN, John - Linlithgow
Ann
Elisabeth
John
Marion
PACKHAM, Richard - Kent
Mary
Horace
John
PEARCE, James - Middlesex
Anne
James C.
Henry J.
William T.
QUEAN, Patrick - Limerick
Judith
Thomas
William
Patrick
Johanna
REEDY, Thomas - Limerick
Johanna
Mary
Johanna
REGAN, John - Galway
Ann
Patrick
STAPLETON, Alfred - Middlesex
Louisa
Harriett
STEWART, James - Donegal
Catherine
James
WILLOUGHBY, Joseph - Sussex
Elizsbeth Jane
John
WRIGHT, Ephraim - Leicester
Martha
Alfred

ARDLAM, William - King's County
BALLINGER, Michael - Clare
BARNES, Elephteria - Surrey
BARRETT, William - Cork
BRENNAND, James - Mayo
BR?DY, John - Down
BR?DY, James - Down
BURKE. James - Tipperary
BURKE, Thomas - Mouth
BURKE, Ralph - Mouth
BUTLER. Richard - Tipperary
CARR, Edward - Tipperary
Clugston, Samuel - Armagh
CONNOLLY, Bartholomew - Galway
CONNOLLY, John - Galway
CORLEY, Patrick - Louth
CORBY, Francis - Louth
DALY, Michael - Clare
DOHERTY, Robert - Londonderry
DONAGHUE, Michael - Limerick
DUFFY, John - Clare
DUNN, John Tipperary
EGAN, John - Clare
ENRIGHT, John - Limerick
FADDEW, Edward - Lancaster
FENELY, James - Tipperary
FLANNERY. Patrick - Clare
FLOOD, Thomas - Tipperary
FLOOD, Patrick - Tipperary
FLYNN, John - Mayo
GLEESON, John - Tipperary
GRAHAM, Robert - Fermanagh
GRALTON, Cornelius - Mayo
GRALTON, Ann - Mayo
GROVER, George - Sussex
HAGARTY, Charles - Derry
HAGARTY, Richard - Derry
HANLIHAN, John - Kerry
HARTIGAN, James - Monaghan
HEAR, Hugh - Down
HICKEY, John - Clare
HIND, John - Clare
HUDSON, Michael - Kilkenny
HUDSON, James - Kilkenny
KEDDLE, William - Linlithgow
KENNA, Patrick - Queen's County
KENNA, Thomas - Queen's County
KEOGH, John - Clare
Knox, John - Wigton
LIMPHIER, Joseph - Tipperary
LINGARD, William - Tipperary
LITTLE, James - Dublin
LUMSDEN, Alexander - Linlithgow
Mc MULLEN, Charles - Antrim
MADDEN, Thomas - Mayo
MURPHY, Thomas - Cork
MURRAY, Stephen - Clare
MURRAY, James - Clare
NAY, Benjamin - Middlesex
NOONAN, John - Limerick
NOONEN, David - Limerick
O'BYRNE, Garrett - Wicklow
PACKHAM, William - Kent
QUIGLEY, John - Clare
REARDY, Patrick - Clare
REEDY, John - Limerick
REEDY, Thomas - Limerick
REEDY, James - Limerick
REYNOLDS. Martin - Clare
SMITH, Michael - Cavan
TAYLOR, John - Kilkenny
WALSH, Edmund - Clare
WOODLAND, John - Sligo
Ardlam Mary - Kings County

BALLINGER, Bridget - Clare
BALLINGER, Elisabeth - Clare
BARNES, Susannah - Surrey
BARNES, Julia - Surrey
BECKLEY, Laura - Surrey
BENTLEY, Eliza - Stafford
BENTLEY, Eliza Christian - Stafford
BRADY, Elizabeth - Down
BRYAN, Catherine - Tipperary
BURKE, Judy - Kilkenny
BUTLER, Mary - Tipperary
BUTLER, Margaret - Tipperary
BUTLER, Judith - Tipperary
CORLEY, Eliza - Louth
CORLEY, Margaret - Louth
CORLEY, Ellen - Louth
CUPPLES, Ann Eliza - Armagh
CUPPLES, John - Armagh
DALY, Ellen - Clare
DENAN, Bridget - Clare
FLANNERY, Susan - Clare
GEARY, Mary - Cork
GEARY, Bridget - Cork
GOULD, Ellen - Cork
SAUNDERS Marianne - Cork
HAGARTY, Susan - Derry
HARRIS, Harriet - Somerset
HARRIS, Anne - Somerset
HARRIS, Emma - Somerset
HARRIS, Henry - Somerset
HEAR, Jane - Down
HEAR, Elizabeth - Down
HEFFERNAN, Catherine - Tipperary
HEFFERNAN, Bridget - Tipperary
SHANNAHAN Patrick - Tipperary
HOGAN, Ann - Galway
HOGAN, Honorah - Tipperary
HUDSON, Mary - Kilkenny
HUGHES, Margaret - Monaghan
KEATING, Johanna - Tipperary
KIRK, Catherine - Renfrew
LELLIS, Mary - Galway
LOADER, Hannah - Surrey
LUMSDEN, Ann - Linlithgow
LUMSDEN, Agnes , j . -Linlithgow
M'CABE, Margaret - Monaghan
MADDEN, Honora - Lancaster
MOSS, Sarah - Tyrone
MOSS, Mary - Tyrone
MURPHY, Catherine - Cork
MURRAY, Honora - Tipperary
MURRAY, Bridget - Clare
MUSGRAVE, Catherine - Lancaster
MUSGRAVE, George K. - Lancaster
MUSGRAVE, John - Lancaster
MUSGRAVE, Agnes - Westmoreland
O'MARA, Bridget - Kilkenny
QUEAN, Mary - Limerick
QUEAN, Bridget - Limerick
QUEAN, Sarah - Limerick
QUIN, Johanna - Cork
REAVES, Elizabeth - Somerset
REAVES, Janet - Somerset
REDDY, Bridget - Limerick
REYNOLDS, Mary - Clare
ROYCE, Eliza - Lincolnshire
ROYCE, Martha - Lincolnshire
SHINE, Catherine - Athlone
SMITH, Elisabeth - Northampton
STEWART, Martha - Tyrone
SYMONS, Dorcas - Wilts
TAYLOR. Elisabeth - Kilkenny
WALPOLE, Ann - Kilkenny
WOODLAND, Ellen - Sligo.

H. H. BROWNE. Agent for Immigration. Government Immigration Office,
Sydney, 25th Jane, 1858.


This list is not a complete list of all who sailed on the Herald Of The Morning. This is the Agent's List which was published in the Sydney Morning Herald on arrival.

Below is the number onboard according to the official immigration list:-

Married Males 65
Married Females 65
Single Males 14 and upwards 113
Single Females 14 and upwards 118
Males 7-14 16
Females 7-14 10
Males 4-7 10
Females 4-7 11
Males 1-4 12
Females 1-4 22
Males under 1 year 1
Females under 1 year 4
Births on voyage 1 male 2 Female
Deaths on voyage 3 Male 3 Female

Source for Crew List Source: State Records Authority of New South Wales: Shipping Master's Office; Passengers Arriving 1855 - 1922; NRS13278, [X98-100] reel 406. Transcribed by Gloria Sheehan, 2005.
Source Citation: State Records Authority of New South Wales; Kingswood New South Wales, Australia; Persons on bounty ships to Sydney, Newcastle, and Moreton Bay (Board's Immigrant Lists); Series: 5317; Reel: 2477; New South Wales Government. Passengers arriving at Sydney 1846 (Agent's Immigrant Lists). Series 5326, Reel 2457. State Records Authority of New South Wales, Kingswood, New South Wales.
Source for Agents List The Sydney Morning Herald Friday 25 June 1858.
Transcribed by janilye, 2012




NOTE: The Herald of the Morning made a second voyage to Australia arriving in Hobson's Bay from Liverpool on 5 November 1859 with 419 government immigrants.
Ten days later, around midnight, whilst tied up at the dock she caught fire. Attempts to scuttle her by cutting holes in her bow were unsuccessful, so she was towed to Sandridge ( Port Melbourne) and left to burn. janilye


Coffs Harbour Historic Cemetery

Coffs Harbour Historic Cemetery
Address: Coff Street, Coffs Harbour
and
Coffs Harbour Lawn Cemetery
Also known as Karangi Lawn.
Address: Coramba Road, Karangi, New South Wales, Australia



Note: A spate of thefts of bronze plaques from cemeteries in this region was reported in July 2011.
Thieves, when removing the markers, have also caused damage to the stones on which they were mounted.
If you have family graves in the Coffs Harbour cemetery, and you have not already checked, it is advisable that you check on their integrity.


More information
Coffs Harbour Lawn Cemetery is administered by Coffs Harbour City Council. For further information, contact Council at Locked Bag 155, Coffs Harbour NSW 2450; phone 02 6648 4000; email: coffs.council@chcc.nsw.gov.au


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Hawkesbury Settlers Welcome Governor Macquarie 1810

There is no doubt, that the establishment of the township of Windsor, was, certainly, a notable event in the early history of New South Wales. The following article, refers to some of the circumstances relative to the foundation of that town.



The Hawkesbury River was discovered during the governorship of Captain Phillip, and the first settlement was made on its banks, in the year 1794. Up to the year 1810, the spot now occupied by the town of Windsor, was known as The Green Hills. From the time of the first settlement on the Hawkesbury, down to the arrival of Governor Macquarie in the colony, frequent floods had devastated the homes, farms, and crops of the colonists settled there. Shortly after Governor Macquarie entered upon his Government, he recognized the importance of the Hawkesbury district as "the granary of the colony," and decided, that some effort should be immediately made to protect, as far as possible, the homes, farms, and crops, of the settlers. Accordingly "in order to guard as far as human foresight could against such calamities," he decided to fix upon several sites where townships could be erected, which would be high and dry during flood time. He chose, among other places, the site upon which the town of Windsor now stands, and granted allotments of land in the newly-formed township to those settlers whose farms were so situated as to come within the influence of the waters of the Hawkesbury during an inundation.
These grants of land within the town were made an 'inseparable part' of those farms with out the town which were esposed to the ravages of the floods. Therefore, those town grants could not be disposed of or sold as separate properties.
The allotment of land given to each settler was proportioned to the size of his farm, and was given to him as a place of refuge for his family, his crops, and his stock; and he was expected to erect thereon a house, a corn yard, and a stockyard. It was decreed that those persons who thus obtained land under the foregoing provisions should build their houses either of brick or weatherboard ; and it was also necessary that every house so built should have a brick chimney and a shingle roof. No house was to be built lower than nine feet high, and each settler had to lodge a plan of his building with the district constable. To give the settlers in the vicinity some place of refuge during flood time, therefore, was the direct cause of the establishment of the town of Windsor
The Hawkesbury settlers from time immemorial have always been loyal subjects.
Even so far back as Governor Bligh's time, when the military deposed Bligh, the Hawkesbury settlers, almost to a man, remained loyal to him.
Bligh stated at the trial of Major Johnston, in England, that had he been able to escape from Sydney to the Hawkesbury, he would have been safe from the attacks of his enemies.
It was natural that after the appointment of a new Governor (Macquarie), the Hawkesbury settlers should exhibit the same loyalty to Bligh's successor, and this feeling was warmly continued throughout the long period of Macquarie's governorship,

The following is from the records, and whilst exhibiting loyalty, at the same time shows
the high opinion the settlers had of William Cox, the founder of the well-known family of that name, and, what is still more interesting, gives the names of the pioneer Hawkesbury settlers who helped to develop the resources, not only of this grand district, but of the then unknown interior.
Many, of their names are familiar to us, and descendents of some are still with us.
Quite an interesting chapter could be written of these old identities would time and space permit.
However, it is interesting to keep a record of the names of these pioneers who first, with axe and fire, prepared the way for agriculture, making the Hawkesbury the first granary of the colony, from which all its food supplies came.

It should. be remembered that only 16 years prior to the address being handed Macquarie,
Governor Phillip had placed the first Hawkesbury settlers - 22 in number on the banks of the Hawkesbury and at the mouth of South Creek.

Strange to say, none of the first settlers' names appear on the address.

HAWKESBURY SETTLERS' ADDRESS.

The following address from the settlers of the Hawkesbnry was presented on the
1st instant (Dec. 1810) to His Excellency the Governor Macquarie at Windsor (formerly the Green Hills),
by Thomas Arndell, Esq.

"1st December, 1810.
We, the undersigned settlers, residents of the Hawkesbuiy and its. vicinity, beg
leave respectfully to congratulate your Excellency on your arrival at this settlement,
and earnestly hope your Excellency will be pleased with the agricultural improvements and
industry that prevails here, and trust that the continuance of our exertions
Will ever merit your Excellency's approbation. We also beg leave to return our unfeigned thanks
for your Excellency's recent appointment of William Cox, Esq., as a magistrate at this
place-a gentleman who for many years has resided among us, possessing our esteem and confidence,
who, from his local knowledge of this settlement, combined with his many other good qualities,
will, we are convinced, promote your Excellency's benign intention of distributing justice and
happiness to all.

-Thomas Arndell,Thomas Hobby, Benjamin Carver, George Hall, Lawrence May, Robert Masters,
James Richards, Henry Baldwin, Paul Bushell, Robert Farlow, William Baker, John Yoel,
Thos. Matcham Pitt, James Blackman, John Merritt, John Cobcroft, John Gregory, Richard Norris,
William Heydon, Thomas Hampson, Daniel McKay, Daniel Fane, John Lyoner, Henry Murray,
John Jones, James Milaman, R. Fitzgerald, John Stevenson, Robert Wilson, Jonathan Griffiths,
Elizabeth Earl, G. Evans, John Bowman, Hugh Devlin, John Watts, William Eaton, David Bell,
James Welsh, Patrick Closhel, William Carlisle, Thomas Gordon, Caleb Wilson, Thomas Markwell,
Thomas Winston, William Baxter, Thomas Hagger, John Baylis, Donald Kennedy, Patrick Murphy,
Owen Tierney, William Shaw, John Dight, Roger Connor, Matthew Lock, Edward Pugh, William Small,
James Wall, William Faithful, William Simpson, Thomas Arkell, Charles Palmer, Thomas Weyham,
Elias Bishop, Thomas Spencer, Joseph McCoulding, Benjamin Baits, John Ryan. Robert Smith,
Paul Randall, John Wild, Benjamin South, William Etrel, Henry Lamb, Martin Mentz, Robert Guy,
John Harris, Thomas Cheshire, Stephen Smith, Thomas Lambley, Edward Field, Rowland Edwards,
George Collis, James Portsmouth, Pierce Collett, Jacob Russell, Thomas Appledore, William Dye,
R. Carr, John Leese, Thomas Cowling, John Embrey, John Benson, John Boulton, William Ezzy.


To which His Excellency, in a letter, on 5th December, 1810, was pleased to make the following answer.

Sir,-I beg you will make known to those respectable settlers of the Hawkesbury who signed the
address presented by you to me that I am much pleased with the sentiments it conveys,
and to assure them that it will always be an object of the greatest interest to me to promote
their prosperity by every means in my power. With this view I have fixed on ground for your
different townships (Windsor, Richmond, Wilberforce, Pitt Town) for the accommodation of
the settlers who have suffered so severely by the floods of the river; and by a
speedy removal to those situations of security, I hope they will enjoy the fruits
of that labor which, I am happy to observe, promises this season to be rewarded;
with one of the finest crops I ever beheld in any country.
I hope on my return to this part of the colony to find the new habitations built on an
improved and enlarged plan to those hitherto erected on the banks of the Hawkesbury.
I am very glad to find that my appointment of Mr.Cox has met with the satisfaction of
the settlers, and I have every reason to believe that he will fulfil the duties of his
office so as to gain the goodwill of all.
-I have, etc.,
LACHLAN MACQUARIE.

Macquarie foresaw shortly after his arrival in the colony, that it was immediately necessary to assist the settlers to ensure regular supplies of food; it was a fortunate thing for Australia that they were assisted and encouraged by him at that period, for as the Hawkesbury district was the ' granary of the colony,' it is morally certain, that the destruction, by floods, of homes and farms, stocks and crops, would have precipitated famines, similar in nature, to that experienced at Port Jackson in 1792. The recurrence, of these famines must have impeded the progress of the colony. If, then, the progress of the colony had, at that time, been retarded, the opening up of Australia would never have proceeded so rapidly as it did. Therefore, in referring to the first days of Windsor, it will be seen, that the circumstances surrounding its foundation, not only proves Macquarie a prudent man, but also shows us that the Hawkesbury settlers, by supplying the colony with the means of its existence food helped very materially to promote the rapid growth of English colonization in Australia.




NOTE:
William Cox was appointed Magistrate after the death of Andrew Thompson.

Sources:
Yeldap
Frank J. Brewer,1905
Windsor and Richmond Gazette
Windsor, NSW :1902-1945)
Friday 16 October 1903 Page 9
Transcription, Janilye, 2012


Hotel Licenses Melbourne1856

The applications for licenses for the 2nd quarter in 1856 were held over three days the 15th April and the 27 May the district licenses were granted and the city Licenses on the 23 April. These are not all the licenses for the whole of Victoria. In this list I have combined Melbourne City and the surrounding districts.

A

Abraham, Joseph, Collingwood Hotel, Collingwood. Granted
Allen, J. W. Sandridge Inn, Sandridge. Granted
Amos, J. J. South Yarra Club Hotel, South Yarra. Granted

B

Balch, W. Australia Fellix-Bourke street. Granted
Banfield, Thomas, Eagle Hotel, Swanston Street. Granted
Barnes,C.W, St. Kilda Family Hotel, St.Kilda.Granted
Barry, D. Butchers' Arms, Elizabeth street. Granted
Barry, J. Harvest Home, Flinders street.Granted
Bartholomew, J. Bull and Mouth, Bourke street.
Bastings,William. Peacock Inn, Northcote.Granted.
Batt, Thos, Commercial Inn, Little Bourke street. Granted
Baxter, Chas. Star and Garter, Robe street, St. Kilda. Granted
Bickerton, Thomas. Australian Hotel, Brighton. Granted.
Bignell,William. Commercial Hotel, Victoria street.
Black, Jas. Andrew's Hotel, Nicholson street. Granted
Bloomfield,J. Merrijig Hotel Elizabeth street. Granted
Bonalface, B.,Manchester Inn, Queen street. Granted
Bourke, J., Western Port Hotel, Queen street. Granted
Bourke, Michael. La Trobe Inn, Western Port. Granted.
Bourke,Patrick. Travellers' Home, Darebin Creek. Granted.
Bourke, Pat. Freemasons' Hotel, Little Collins street. Granted
Bourke, Thos, Royal Arch Hotel, Gore street, Collingwood. Granted
Bowles, Jeremiah. Military Hotel, Prahran. Granted.
Brandt, W. Black Eagle, Lonsdale street. Granted
Broad, Samuel. The Greyhound, St. Kilda. Granted,
Brown, H. D., Corkscrew Hotel, King steet. Granted
Brown, Edward, Chusan Hotel, Sandridge.Granted
Bowen, T.C. Marine Hotel, Brighton.Granted.
Bowman, David. Gipps Land Hotel, Cardinia. Granted.
Burke, Michael Travellers' Home, Darebin Creek. Granted.
Butler, Tobias, Castle Inn, Webb street. Granted
Butterworth. J., Exchange Hotel, Swanston street. Granted
Butterworth, W.H. Golden Cross Hotel,King street. Withdrawn
Boyle, S. Mazeppa Hotel Spring street. Granted
Byng, J. Digby Hotel, Stephen street. Granted


C

Camron, John. Balmoral Hotel, Prahran. Granted.
Cantwell, Richard, Glenmore Family Hotel, Spencer street. Granted
Carchan, Thomas, Ayrshire Hotel, Chetwynd street. Granted
Carpenter, H. G. North Star Inn, Howard street. Granted
Carter, Benjamin. Prahran Inn, Prahran. Granted.
Cartwright, William W. Union Hotel, Prahran.Granted
Corcoran, Jeremiah. Dove Hotel, Richmond. No appearance.
Censick, Paul. Boundary Inn, Flemington. Granted.
Coates, C. E., Royal Hotel, Flemington road. Granted
Cooper, R. A., Treasury Hotel, Queen-street. Granted
Corbin, James. Bee Hive. Hawthorne. Granted.
Chadwick, Thomas. Broadmeadows Hotel, Broadmeadows. Granted.
Chambers, James. New Bridge Hotel, Prahran. Granted.
Cameron, Hugh. Victoria Hotel, Prahran. Granted.
Chamberlain, Benjamin. Mount Erica Hotel, Prahran. Granted.
Chinhall, J., La Trobe -Inn. Fitzroy street. With a caution that the house
was to be kept in better order for the future.
Clancy, T., Duke of Wellington Hotel, Flinders street. Granted
Clark, B. D., Union Hotel, Bourke-street. Granted
Clarke, Maryann, Waterman's Arms, Little Collins-street,Granted
Clarke, John. Stanley Arms, Footscray. Granted.
Cleary, Win., Noah's Ark Hotel, Victoria street. Granted
Clifford, H. Railway Refreshment Rooms, Flinders-street. Granted
Clift, Edward. Prince of Wales Hotel, Prahran.Granted
Clinton, Jas., White Hart Inn, Little Bourke street. Granted
Clinton, William. Brunswick Hotel, Brunswick. Granted.
Colls, S., Clarendon Hotel, Collins-street. Granted
Connell, James. Bridge Inn, Hawthorne. Granted,
Connell, John. Hawthorne Hotel, Hawthorne. Granted.
Connolly, P., Carlow Hotel, Little Bourke street. Granted
Connor, David. Bunyip Inn, Bunyip, Western Port. Granted.
Conron, John. Governor Hotham HotelHawthorne. Granted.
Cosgrave, J., FitzRoy Arms, King-street. Granted
Coverlid, John. Gipsy Village, Church steet, Richmond. Granted.
Cox, G,, Lightning Hotel. Bourke street. Granted
Crosbie, Wm, Albert Hotel, Stephen-street. Granted
Cronin, D., Black Boy Hotel, Little Collins street. Granted
Crowie, Thomas, Victoria Hotel, Little Bourke-street. Granted
Crook, Thos., Birmingham Hotel, Smith street. Granted
Crowley, J., Royal Exchange, Gertrude street. Granted
Cumings, J. W., Royal Highlander Hotel, Flinders street. Granted

D

Davidson, S.J, Royal Hotel, Victoria street. Granted
Davis, T. Sarsfield Inn, Little Bourke street. Granted
Davies, J. New Imperial Hotel, Elizabeth Street. Granted
Delaney, Dennis. Royal Hotel, Nunawading. Granted.
De Moulder, J. B. Sandridge Coffee House, Sandridge. Granted
Devine. John. Belmount, near Darebin Creek. Granted.
Dick, J. Builders' Arms, Gertrude street. Granted
Dickins, W. Mount Gambier Hotel, Palmer street. Granted
Disher. W.J. Tattersalls Hotel, Lonsdale street. Granted
Dolan, P. Olive Branch, Little Collins street Granted
Donovan, C. Travellers' Home, Swanston Street. Granted
Dowling, R. Farmers' Arms, Little Collins street. Granted
Downing, R. Newmarket Hotel, Bourke street. Granted
Doyle, A. Ship Hotel, Sandridge. Granted
Drewery.B. Olive Branch Hotel, LaTrobe street. Granted
Dunbar, George. Dandenong Hotel, Dandenong. Postponed to Friday to investigate
a charge of misconduct against the occupier.
Dunnon, W. Builders' Arms, Cardigan street. Granted
Dwyer, Matthew. Yarra Hotel, Richmond.Granted.

E

Edmonds. E. Carlton Inn Restaurant, Pelham street. Granted
Edwards, William. Frankston Hotel, Snapper Point. Granted.
Ellis, J. European Hotel, Fitzroy street. Granted
Embden, Chas. Spread Eagle, Richmond. Granted.
Empson, W. Duke of York, Collins street. Collins

F

Finnerty, James. Dublin Inn, Little Brighton. Granted.
Fleming, James. Elsternwick Hotel, Elsternwick. Granted.
Forbes, George Whittlesea Inn, Upper Plenty. Granted.
Farrell, R., South Melbourne Hotel, South Melbourne. Granted
Fahy, T. Terminus Hotel. Elizabeth street. Granted
Farner, Jas. Britannia Hotel, Swanston street. Granted
Fitzgerald, M., Hibernian Hotel, Little Lonsdale street. Granted
Feehan, B. City Arms Hotel, Elizabeth street. Granted
Feehan, M. Friend in Hand Hotel, Little Collins street. Granted
Filmore, E. J. Royal Mail Hotel, Swanston street. Granted
Fitzgerald, J Empire Hotel, Errol street. Granted
Fisher, W. Rochester Castle Hotel, Johnston street. Granted
Finlay, W. Council Club Hotel, Lonsdale street. Granted
Fitzgerald, M. Hare and Hounds Hotel, Grey street. St. Kilda. Granted
Flamer W. Old White Hart Inn, Bourke street. Granted
Forman, P. Elephant and Castle Hotel, Little Bourke street. Granted
Fraser, A. Frazer's Family Hotel, William street. Granted
Frencham, J. Original Scottish Hotel, Bourke street. Granted

G


Gallagher, M., Rose of Australia Hotel, King street. Granted
Gallagher, Robert. Carriers' Arms, Windsor.Granted.
Garton, J. Pier Hotel, Sandridge. Granted
Geraghty, Patrick. Richmond Hotel, Richmond. Granted,
Gibson, Joseph. Oakleigh Hotel, Oakleigh. Granted.
Gildea, John. The Young Queen, Pascoe vale. Refused.
Gillespie, James. Village Belle, Prahran. Granted.
Glasgow, T., Bird in Hand Hotel, Flinders lane. Granted
Glover, James. Royal Hotel, Richmond. Granted.
Glynn, Edward. Harp of Erin, Boroondara.Granted.
Graham, Samuel. Gardiner's Creek Hotel. Gardiner's Creek road. Granted.
Gregory. E.H. Hall of Commerce Restaurant. Granted
Griffiths, Thomas. Wattle-Tree Inn, Prahran. Granted.

H

Haidhans, Alfred. Prince Albert Hotel,Brighton. Granted.
Halfpenny, Daniel. Phillips Town Hotel,Phillips Town. Granted.
Halliday, Wm., George Hotel, Victoria street. Granted
Hallett, G., Freemasons' Hotel, Smith street.Granted
Hamilton, D., Cross Keys Hotel, Lonsdale street.Granted
Harrison, D.J. Punt Inn, Saltwater River. Granted.
Harris, E.L. Admiral Napier Hotel, Richmond. Granted.
Harding, William. Kingston Hotel, Richmond.Granted
Haslitt, Ellen. National Hotel, Moonee Ponds. Granted.
Hastie, W., Tankerville Arms, Nicholson street. Granted
Hauger, Samuel Spencer. Sir Robert Nickle Hotel, Hawthorne. Granted.
Hawkins, W. J., Queen's Arms, Swanston street. Granted
Hayward, G., Supreme Court Hotel, Russell street, Granted
Heaton, John. White Horse Inn, Richmond. Granted.
Hayes, Dennis. Shannon Hotel, Northcote. Granted.
Heath, H., Buck's Head Hotel, Condell street. Granted
Heir, 0. E., Star Inn, Swanston-street. Granted
Henry, W., Blue Bell Hotel, Little Collins street. Granted
Heffernan, M., Governor Bourke Hotel Little Lonsdale street. Granted
Heffernan, Rody, Melbourne Tavern, Lonsdale street. Granted
Heffernan, William. River Plenty Inn, Upper Plenty. Granted.
Henessy, Michael Paul. Victoria Hotel. Broadmeadows. Granted.
Henessy, Michael. Squatters' Rest. Dandenong. Granted
Hickey, Ellen, Limerick Castle Hotel, Elizabeth street. Granted
Hinds, W. Ulster Family Hotel, Little Collins street.Granted
Hill, R. G. Great Britain Hotel, Flinders street. Granted
Hockin, W., Commercial Hotel, Elizabeth Street. Granted
Holland, J. Globe Inn, Swanston street. Granted
Holmes, John. Epping Hotel, Epping. Granted
Hoole, William. Bridge Inn, Flemington. Granted.
House, G. W. Parade Hotel, Richmond road. Granted
Hunter, W. Tam o' Shanter Hotel, Lothian street. Granted
Hyde, Geo., Labor in Vain Hotel, Brunswick street. Granted
Howe, John. Royal Hotel, Richmond. Granted. Granted
Hutchinson, W. National Hotel, Bourke street. In this application the Bench said the reason of the postponement on the annual day was the objection to the connection which existed between
the pastry cooks shop next door and the Athenaeum Assembly rooms behind
License granted on condition of both these connections being cut off.

I


Irving, Thomas. Mulgrave Arms, Mulgrave. Granted.

J

Jelf, T. Ship Inn, Flinders lane. Granted
Jenkins, H. Jenkins's Hotel, Swanston street. Granted
Jenkins, Hy. Cheltenham Hotel, Cheltenham. Granted.
Jones, C. Colonial Bank Hotel, Little Collins street. Granted
Jordan, J. Rainbow Hotel, Swanston street. Granted
Johnston, W. Clarence Hotel, Collins street. Granted
Jones, E. B. Black Bull Hotel, Bourke street. Granted
Jones, J. Yarra Family Hotel, Flinders street. Granted
Jones, Robert. Junction Inn, Footscray.Granted.

K

Kenny, U.A. Caledonian Hotel, Prahran. Postponed.
Kelly, William. Black Horse, Prahran.Granted.
Kelly, P. Galway Family Hotel, Flinders lane. Granted
Keddie, R. Rob Roy Hotel, Flinders lane. Granted
Keeley, M. Australasian Family Hotel, Spring-street.Granted
Kennedy, J. Lalla Rookh Hotel, Queensberry street. Granted
Kennedy, T. Black Prince Hotel, Curzon Street. Granted
Keppel, M. Old Governor Bourke Hotel, Spring street. Granted
Keys, Robert. Little Brighton Hotel, Little Brighton. Granted.
King, A.P. Crown Hotel, Prahran. Refused.

L

Laffan, J. King's Arms Hotel, Madeline street. Granted
Lamtle, Robert. Wellington Hotel, Richmond. Granted.
Lane, T. Foundry Hotel, King street. Granted
Lang. W., Turf Hotel, Swanston street. Granted
Lauders, Sarah. Fletcher's Hotel, Hawthorne. Granted.
Lawlor James. Royal Oak, Queen street. Granted
Lefoe. Levi. Canada Hotel, Madeline street. Granted
Leitchford, R., Seven Stars Hotel, Madeline street. Granted
Letchford, C,, Crown and Anchor Hotel, Charles street. Granted
Lewis, W. jun. Bridge Inn, Flinders lane. Granted
Lewis, William. Darebin Hotel, Darebin Creek.Granted.
Libby, G. Royal Hotel, St. Kilda. Granted
Liddy, J. Adam and Eve, Little Collins street. Granted
Light, William F. Gardiner's Hotel, Gardiner.Granted.
Louchet, H. Central City Hotel, Collins street. Granted
Loughnan, C, London Hotel, Market square. Granted
Lowe, S. Shakespeare Hotel, Collins street Granted
Lowe, T. Bush Inn, Elizabeth-street. Granted
Lusher, E., Brunswick Hotel, Brunswick street. Granted
Lynch, Jno. Golden Age Hotel, La Trobe street. Granted


M

Macdonald, Alex. Wardy Yallock Hotel, Windy Yallock. Granted.
Macnamara, William. Pilgrim Inn, Plenty road. Granted
Maher, James. Footscray Punt Hotel, Footscray. Granted.
Mallett. D. Botanical Hotel, Domain road. Granted
Manallock,Thomas. Cornish Arms, Brunswick, Granted.
McCarthy, T. Kerry Hotel, King street. Granted
M'Clellan, T. Belvidere Hotel, Victoria rarade. Granted
M'Donald, A. Northcote Arms, Northcote, Granted
McDonogh. W. Mercantile Hotel, Flinders street. Refused
McDougall, Charles. Upper Plenty Hotel, Upper Plenty road. Granted
McGirr, W. P., Railway Refreshment Rooms, Sandridge. Granted
M'Gregor, J. Rose, Thistle, and Shamrock Hotel, Elizabeth-street. Granted
M'Gregor, A. Buck's Head, Little Lonsdale street. Granted
McIntosh, D. British Hotel, Queen street. Granted
M'Kee, J. M., Duke- of Kent Hotel, Latrobe street. Granted
M'Keown, Patrick. Armagh Hotel, Moorabbin.Granted.
M'Kinnon, E., Robert Burns Hotel, Lonsdale street. Granted
McKnight, George. Plough Inn, Plenty road.Granted.
M'Lean, J. Scotch Thistle Hotel, Northcote. Granted
Manuel, H. W., Misletoe Hotel, Mackenzie street. Granted
M'Micking, Robert. Grange Hotel, Prahran. Granted.
Meaney, Daniel. Boroondara Family Hotel,Hawthorne. Granted.
Menzies, A. Menzies' Hotel, La Trobe street. Granted
Merritt, James. Prince Albert Hotel, Prahran.Granted.
Michel, F. Beehive Hotel, Blackwood street. Granted
Midgely, J. Liverpool Arms, Brunswick street. Granted
Moore, T.J. Bay View Hotel, St. Kilda. Granted.
Moore, William. the Welcome Home Hotel,Prahran. Refused.
Moreland, William. Bridge Inn, Richmond Bridge. Granted.
Mornane, P. Clare Castle Hotel, Stephen street. Granted
Morris, T. Lincoln Inn, Cardigan street. Granted
Morrow, Thomas. Morrow's Hotel, Prahran. Granted.
Muir, M. Mac's Hotel, Franklyn street. Granted
Mulcahoy, James. Kangaroo Inn, Eumemmerring. Granted.
Mullins, John. Park Hotel, Oakleigh. Granted.
Murphy, M. Royal Oak, Swanston street. Granted
Murray, M. Railway Hotel, Sandridge. Granted
Murray, J. New Constitution Hotel, North Melbourne. Granted
Murray, J. J. Southern Cross Hotel, Bourke street. Granted
Murray, Edward. Rose and Crown, Flemington. Granted.
Murray, Matthew. Prince Albert Hotel, Flemington. Granted.
Murphy, Richard. Vine Hotel, Richmond. Refused.
Murphy, Patrick. Fitzpatrick Hotel, Richmond. Granted
Myers, William. Sarah Sands Hotel, Brunswick. Granted.


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Nealor, J. Railway Hotel, Swanston street. Granted
Neck, W. Cornwall Arms, Bourke street. Granted
Newstead, R. Parkside Hotel, Flemington road. Granted
Neylan, P. Farmers' Arms, Swanston street. Granted
Nicholson, B, Tattersalls Hotel Withdrawn
Nolan, J. North Melbourne Hotel, Howard street. Granted
North, J. Mechanics' Arms, Little Collins street.Granted
Nottley, William. Toorak Hotel, Toorak. Granted. The Bench remarked on the high charges made at this hotel!
Nunn, Thomas. Olympic Hotel, Lonsdale street. Granted

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Oakley, C, Temple Court Hotel, Queen street. Granted
O'Callaghan, 0., Woolpack Inn, Queen Street.Granted
O'connell, D. Horse and Jockey Hotel, Little Bourke street. Granted
O'Connor, John. Picnic Hotel, Gypsy Village. Granted.
O'Halloran, D., Royal Railway Hotel, Elizabeth street. Granted
Oliver, William. Windsor Hotel, Windsor.Granted.
Ollis, O, Apollo Inn, Flinders lane. Granted
O'Reilly, D., Sportsman's Arms, Little Bourke street.Granted
Orkney, J., Sir Charles Hotham Hotel,Flinders street. Granted
O'Shanassy, Patrick. Kew Hotel, Kew. Granted.
O'Shea, Michael. Grand Junction Hotel,Windsor. Granted.
O'sullivan. J.v.Telegraph Hotel, Little Bourke street. Granted

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Packham, Samuel. Frankston Hotel, Frankston. Granted.
Pachley, George. Lemon Tree Inn, Richmond. No appearance. Granted
Painter, Ezekiah. Myall Hotel, Prahran.Granted.
Parsons, George. Brighton Hotel, Brighton Granted.
Parsons, T.G. Brighton Hotel, Brighton. No appearance. Granted.
Passfield, J. Sydney Hotel, William street. Granted
Paterson, J. Glasgow Arms, Elizabeth street. Granted
Payne, J. Red Lion Hotel, Lonsdale street. Granted
Pearce, E. British Queen Hotel, Nicholson street. Granted
Pemberton, T. IL, Ship Inn, Sandridge. Granted
Perrin, William. Greyhound Inn, Richmond. Granted.
Plummer, Edward Sheldrake. Preston Arms, Preston, Plenty road. Granted.
Poole, F. Drewery's Family Hotel, Gertrude street. Granted
Powell, William H. Railway Hotel, Footscray. No appearance.
Poynton, George. Oxford and Cambridge Hotel,Richmond. Granted.
Prevot, E. J. Queensberry Hotel, Madeline street. Granted
Price, John. Edinburgh Castle, Brunswick. Granted
Price, T. Crystal Palace Hotel, Little Bourke street. Granted
Purnell, Thos. Plough Inn, Bourke street. Granted
Punch, R. Leinster Anns, Lonsdale street. Granted

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Rees, F. Pembroke Family Hotel, St. Kilda. Granted
Rennie, Robert. Tookarook Inn, Tookarook, near Arthur's Seat. Granted.
Rennison, Thomas. Lord Raglan, Richmond.Granted.
Reynolds, W. Queen's Head, Queen street. Granted
Richards, Thomas. Star and Garter, Richmond. Granted.
Rigby, W. H. British Hotel, St. Kilda. Granted
Ring. P. Old Ship Inn, Russell street. Granted
Robinson, Thomas. Hawksburn Hotel, Prahran No appearance. No notice affixed to the door.
Rose, William. Devonshire Arms Hotel, Brighton. Granted.
Rourke, Hugh. Bushy Creek Hotel, Bushy Creek. Granted.
Ryan, A. Britannia Inn, Queen street.Granted
Ryan, Michael. Windsor Castle, Windsor. Granted.
Ryan, T. Lamb Inn, Elizabeth-street. Granted
Ryan, W. Carriers' Arms, Elizabeth street. Granted
Ryan, W., Rising Sun Hotel, Little Bourke street. Granted

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Salisbury, R. B. Cavan Hotel, Queensberry street.
Scuffam, Charles. Red Lion, Hawthorne. Granted.
Scott, E. Port Phillip Club Hotel, Flinders street. Granted
Scott, John. East Brighton Hotel, Brighton.Granted
Scott, Percival. Cremorne Gardens, Richmond. Granted.
Shehan, T. Bouverie Hotel, Bouverie street. Granted
Shelton, H. Paddington Hotel, Little Collins street. Granted
Short, H. Australian Hotel, Bourke street. Granted
Sinclair, Hugh. Bridge Inn, Plenty road, Granted.
Slattery. J. Lightning Hotel, North Melbourne. Granted conditionally on improve ments
being completed on the 1st July.
Smart, A. Golden Fleece Hotel, Little Bourke street. Granted
Smith, George. Mount View Hotel, Gardiner.Granted.
Smith, James. Rose, Thistle, and Shamrock, Plenty road. Granted.
Spiers F.W. Royal Hotel, Bourke street. Granted. The premises only to extend to
the division wall between the Concert room and the theatre. ( see note 1)
Stanway, William. Red Lion, Hawthorne Granted.
Stephen, J. Great Western Hotel, Queen street. Granted
Stephens, William. Swan Hotel, Richmond. Granted. The landlord cautioned as to his conduct,
several complaints having been made. Applicant also directed to clean his house out,
and keep himself sober.
Sterck, C, FitzRoy Hotel Napier street. Granted
Stevens, Thomas. Railway Hotel, Windham. Granted.
Stone, Thomas P. Bush Inn, Prahran. Granted.
Sullivan, W. Harp of Erin Hotel, King street. Granted
Sutcliffe, R. Governor Arthur Hotel, Little Bourke street. Granted

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Tatchell, T., St. John's Hotel, Queen street. Granted
Terry, Thomas. Racecourse Hotel. Granted.
Thomas, M., City Hotel, Madeline street. Granted
Threlkeld, AV. Saracen's Head Hotel, Bourke street. Granted
Tilke, W., Tilke's City Hotel, Bourke-street. Granted
Tobin, M.Devonshire Arms, FitzRoy street. Granted
Toohey, P. Kilkenny Inn, Lnsdale street. Granted
Trainer, Patrick. White Horse Inn, Nunawading. Granted.

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Vallance, W. Caledonian Hotel, Jeffcott street. Granted
Vinson, James. Royal George, Prahran. Granted.

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Wlder, G. Golden City Hotel, Cecil-street. Wallace, R., Prince Albert Hotel, Little Argyle-street.
Walters, J. Marine Family Hotel, Sand ridge.
Warley, G. Argus Hotel. Collins-street.
Watson. J. Albion Hotel, Bourke street.
Wedel, Ch. Criterion Hotel, Collins-street.
Webber, James. Royal Hotel, Richmond (Sheedy's). Granted.
Whitby, Woodcock Hotel, Darebin Creek. Granted.
White, James. Burwood Hotel, Hawthorne. This application was opposed on the ground of the misconduct of the landlord.The misconduct alleged was of a grievous character, and there was also stated to be a charge of felony against him, but which it was alleged had been abandoned. Refused.
Whitehead, Ed., Crown iHotel, Queen street.
Whiteman, William. Prahran Hotel, Prahran. Postponed.
Wicks, R., Waterloo Hotel, Little Collins street. Granted
Williams, C, Williams's hotel and Dining Rooms, Elizabeth street. Granted
Wills. H. C, Odd Fellows' Hotel, Little Lonsdale street.
Wilson, R., Metropolitan Hotel, William street.
Wilson, R., Carlton Club Hotel, Gertrude street.
Wilson, Robert. Doncaster Castle, Doncaster. Granted.
Wilson, Samuel. Flemington Hotel, Flemington. Granted.
Wolfe, H. Travellers' Rest Hotel, Collingwood. Granted
Wood, J. W. Swan Hotel, Gertrude street. Granted
Wood, J. Wood's Hotel, Brunswick street. Granted
Wood, Jacob, Shepherds' Arms, Smith street. Granted
Wood. T.F. Yarra Club Hotel. Granted.
Woodward, G. Leicester hotel, Leicester street. Granted
Worley, Jessie. Plough and Harrow, Brighton.Granted.
H.Wyse Golden Cross, King street, (see note2 below) Granted


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Yeend, H., Derwent Hotel, Lonsdale-street. The following were postponed.


Note 1. Felix Spiers license application was granted on the 23 April. Luckily a month before this hearing before His Honour Judge Pohlman at the County Court, on the 20 May 1856.


Note: 2 H.Wyse Golden Cross, King street; Mr. Frank Stephen supported the application
Mr. Inspector Cooke opposed the application on the ground of the general bad character of the applicant.
The charges against him were that he formerly kept a sly-grog shop, and was now
conducting a public house -the Golden Cross King street- in the name of Mr Bowern the former
landlord of the hotel.
Mr. Inspector Smith (detective force stated that he knew Wyse to be the keeper of a sly-grog shop in New South Wales. His character was very bad. He stated this from the information which had come to
his knowledge as a police officer and from personal knowlege of him
Mr. Bowern formerly landlord of the Golden Cross, was called.
Mr Stephen advised the witness not to give evidence, as his statements might tend to eliminate himself, but Mr Bowern stated that he had no reluctance to tell the truth and eventually entered the box.
Mr. Bowern then stated that he was formerly landlord of the Golden Cross Hotel,
but in consequence of the house being condemned he took the Marine Hotel, St Kilda
and sold the license of the Golden Cross to Mr Whitehead. He believed that Wyse
lent Whitehead the purchase money (70) He owned no stock in the hotel, but from observation
believed it to be properly managed He could not say whose property was in the house. If he had not believed
Wyse to be a respectable person he should not have allowed his name to be left over the door.
Cross-examined: He did not appear to obtain the magistrates consent to a transfer of the license.
He sold it openly, and obtained another license for another house. His name was over the door
up to the annual licensing day.

Mr Frank Stephen produced testimonials of Wyse's good character from Beechworth, signed by Mr Cameron, M L C, and several magistrates and other persons; also from several of the wine and spirit merchants of the city, and numerous others from other places.

The Bench granted the application.

a case of my magistrates trump your coppers.




Lithograph by Clarence Woodhouse 1852-1931, below, shows The Pier Hotel at Frankston owned by Mark Young with Young's Baths in the background. The Colonial Bank of Australasia is to the right of the image. A coach and horses careers down the street in front of the hotel, watched by five men on horses. The bay is visible behind the hotel, with a steamer and yachts on a calm sea.
It isn't dated, but it is 1888, well after the licenses above were granted.


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William Glas MCALPIN 1810-1902

William Glas McALPIN, the son of Peter MCALPIN 1768-1850 and Elizabeth, nee ELTON 1778-1817 was born on 6 October 1810 in Stirling, Perthshire, Scotland, died on 2 Feb 1902 in Bulga, NSW, Australia. He died on the 2 February 1902 at the age of 91. He was buried on 5 February 1902 in St Mark's, Church of England cemetery, Bulga, NSW, Australia.

William Glas McALPIN arrived age 18 months with his parents and 2 siblings, Peter and Sarah, arrived from London as free settlers on the ship "General Graham" 29 January 1812.

William was known generally in life as 'Billy Mack' and When Archibald BELL and his party discovered the alternate route over the Blue Mountains (Bells Line of Road) William Glas McALPIN was a member of his party.

William married Susannah ONUS, daughter of Joseph ONUS 1781-1835 and Ann EATHER 1793-1865, on 1 February 1833 in Christ Church, Church of England, Castlereagh, New South Wales.

Susannah was born on 28 October 1815 in Cornwallis, NSW. died on 10 August 1882 in Bulga, NSW. at age 66, and was buried on 12 August 1882 in St Mark's, Church of England cemetery, Bulga, NSW.
William McALPIN built a brick home in 1834 in the main street of Richmond, NSW with financial help from Joseph ONUS (the father of his wife) and set up a blacksmiths shop at the rear.

Their first 3 children all died within 3 years

The children of William Glas MCALPIN and Susannah, nee ONUS were:-


1.Elizabeth McALPIN was born on 25 October 1833 in Richmond, NSW. died on 11 March 1835 in Richmond, NSW, at age 1, and was buried on 1 April 1835 in St Peter's, Church of England cemetery, Richmond, NSW.

2.Ann McALPIN was born on 21 January 1836 in Richmond, NSW, and died on 6 February 1838 in Richmond, NSW, at age 2, and was buried on 8 February 1838 in St Peter's, Church of England cemetery, Richmond, NSW.

3.Peter McALPIN was born on 16 November 1838 in Richmond, NSW, died on 25 November 1838 in Richmond, NSW and was buried on 26 November 1838 in St Peter's, Church of England cemetery, Richmond, NSW.


4.William McALPIN was born on 19 February 1840 in Richmond, NSW. died on 12 August 1923 in Bulga, NSW, at age 83, and was buried in 1923 in St Mark's, Church of England cemetery, Bulga, NSW.

William married (1)Eva Mary PEBERDY b: 1846, d: 15 October 1868.
on 10 September 1867 in St Matthew's Church, Mount Dangar, NSW.

William next married (2)Elizabeth CHAPMAN b: 4 December 1850, d:29 July 1933 on 29 April 1874 in Burrowell, Howes Valley, NSW.


5.Susannah McALPIN was born on 13 May 1842 in Richmond, NSW, Australia, died on 18 January 1882 in "Oreel" Station, Narrabri, NSW, at age 39, and was buried on 19 January 1882 in "Oreel" Station, Narrabri, NSW.
Susannah married MacDonald CLARK b: 20 September 1836, d: 10 February 1918. on 2 Apr 1863 in St Mark's, Church of England, Bulga, NSW.

6.Sarah McALPIN was born on 28 July 1845 in Richmond, NSW. and died on 3 July 1922 in Singleton, NSW. at age 76.
Sarah married William WOODS b: 4 March 1844, d: 7 May 1933.
on 16 Sep 1868 in St Mark's, Church of England, Bulga, NSW, Australia.


7.Joseph McALPIN was born on 31 January 1849 in Bulga, NSW, Australia, died on 12 February 1913 in Bulga, NSW, Australia at age 64, and was buried in 1913 in St Mark's, Church of England cemetery, Bulga, NSW.
Joseph married (1)Elizabeth Jane DAWES b: 1849, d: 19 April 1884.
on 25 June 1873 in All Saint's, Church of England, Patricks Plains, NSW. Joseph next married (2)Amelia Therese ROGERS b:20 September 1861, d:8 September 1945.
on 15 July 1886 in Roman Catholic Church, Patricks Plains, NSW.

8. Mary McALPIN was born on 12 January 1852 in Bulga, NSW. died on 3 January 1915 in Bulga, NSW at age 62, and was buried in 1915 in St Mark's, Church of England cemetery, Bulga, NSW.
Mary married Edward ROSER b: 13 March 1848, d: 9 November 1930 on 14 December 1870 in All Saint's, Church of England, Singleton, NSW.


At the end of 1841 the family moved to Bulga - they settled close to their relatives on Wollombi Brook.
William's life long hobby and interest was the breeding and showing of Clydesdale horses - showing horses at many shows including Maitland, Mudgee and Sydney - and acting as a judge at many country shows.

In 1871 William Glas McALPIN, purchased 465 acres of land at Bulga. It was land that had been Thomas TAILBY's and George EATON's grants, along with land that Joseph ONUS had owned and willed to his sons. William had purchased the land from Thomas Alexander ONUS 1849-1934, the son of his sister Elizabeth 1825-1884., which had been left to him by his father.

From then on William and his family resided on this land, which he named "Glen Alpin", and were next-door neighbours to Thomas Eather 1824-1909 and his wife Eliza, nee CROWLEY at 'Meerea'


William Glas McALPIN and His wife Susannah are both buried in the Anglican Cemetery at Bulga their epitaph reads;

"Kind Hearts are More than Coronets".
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*Extracts from "Among the Pastoralists and Producers," an account from the roving reporter, Harold M MacKENZIE.

1895.
"On leaving Mr THORLEY's property intending to shape a course for Warkworth, I was persuaded to alter it, upon learning from that gentleman that one of the oldest and best men for recounting events of the past lived at Bulga, in the person of Mr. William Glass [sic] McALPIN, so hither I hied myself without delay".

At the time, 1895/1896, the road between Singleton and Bulga was in good condition and the weather was hot. Bulga, an Aboriginal name for "Mountain," had a Public School, Church of England, a Wesleyan Chapel and a School of Arts. The "Band of Hope" numbered from 300 to 400 people, with William Glas McALPIN taking a leading role. Bulga was a sober place and publicans and sly groggers got short shift: "Young man, we wouldn't have 'em near us" said William Glas, who MacKENZIE found enjoyed fishing and was a fit 85-year-old. Getting produce to market was a problem and William sent his wheat to Maitland over a bad road. However cattle were no problem -they were driven over the Putty to the Hawkesbury, thence to the stock markets at Homebush.

William Glas McALPIN related that he arrived in Sydney on the ship "General Graham" in January 1812, which carried stores for the colony and a small number of passengers, who were all free settlers with a trade. His father he said was a blacksmith and he had been a smithy at Windsor. William Glas learnt the trade there. He bought a piece of land from George BOWMAN and moved to Richmond where he lived to 1841. He made his first droving trip to Bulga on Mr ONUS's account, the first in 1826 and he finally settled there in 1841. He said droving wasn't a bad life, people were very honest and he never had any problem getting paid.

William related that his sister, Sarah McALPIN, was the first white woman at Bulga and that he and his brother-in-law Mr ONUS had 1,200 acres between them at Bulga.

Between Bulga and Warkworth.
The first week of January 1896.
"The first week in January will be remembered as one of the hottest, if not the hottest, I have ever experienced." After leaving John HAYES' "Rock View," MacKENZIE journeyed to fellow orchardist George PARTRIDGE. George's 80-acre property was considered to be better than HAYES for it had two good creeks on both sides. While at PARTRIDGE's place MacKENZIE was shown a huge apricot tree which bore 1,700 dozen apricots in 1895 - plus many that fell to the ground in wind storms. He had very little problem with disease and pests but the 12 acres planted with oranges of Mr ETHER [sic] who lived thereabout was almost entirely destroyed by caterpillars. His pumpkin crop went the same way "even though a very determined Mr EATHER re-planted the crop three times, the thirty acres were ravaged on each occasion."

In The Bulga District. Among the Pastoralists and Producers.
By Harold M MacKENZIE.
15th February 1896
"In {one of my past articles} it will be remembered, I dealt chiefly with reminiscences of Bulga when Mr William McALPIN came to the place as far back as 1826 - a man of whom it may be said landed with the proverbial half-crown in his pocket, apprenticed himself to a trade, bought land, and so with thrift and perseverance gradually worked himself to the front-and stayed there. Now, in his declining years, he has the pleasure of seeing his grandchildren around him with peace and comfort reigning in the household. Can a man be expected to do more in a general way?
Amongst the various stock which this old gentleman has concerned himself through life his "hobby" seems to have been breeding draughts. Without any undue flattery, it may be stated that Mr McALPIN has taken more prizes at populous centres, such as Mudgee, Maitland, Sydney etc, than any one else in the same line. Conversing in reference to the different breeds, Mr McALPIN's experience has been solely with the Clydesdale, and as compared with the Suffolk Punch, from what he has seen, he would not be inclined to make a change. To give one instance of his success as a prize taker, it may be stated that a Clydesdale filly, now a two year old, obtained when a yearling no less than three prizes in succession. Talking of horses, concerning which the old gentleman made more pertinent remarks, he said nothing more to the point than when he exclaimed, "I don't believe in breeding mules, my friend." Latterly, of course, Mr McALPIN has not concerned himself much with horse breeding, being content to take a rod and wander forth to enjoy the pursuit that old Isaak (sic) loved.


[Research Notes: The Discovery of (St) Patrick's Plains.
(Editor).
John HOWE, with his party, discovered a route from Windsor to the Hunter River in March 1820 which varies little to the present day Putty Road. During 1887 several letters were published in the Maitland Mercury pertaining to the discovery.

The correspondents were "Jus Sanguinis" (anonymous) William Glas McALPIN, George Thomas LODER, Elizabeth YEOMANS (Mrs.) and William COLLINS. William Glas McALPIN's first letter of July 5, 1887, "trusting that "Jus Sanguinis" would not feel aggrieved at {his} correction "brought forth a response on July 16, to both prior letters from George Thomas LODER. Four days later, July 20, Benjamin SINGLETON's daughter, Elizabeth YEOMANS entered the dispute then she was followed by William COLLINS. The following letter, written by William G McALPIN, was his reply to two articles published in the Maitland Mercury that originated from George T LODER and Elizabeth YEOMANS.

July 26, 1887.
To the Editor of the Maitland Mercury.
"Sir - I observe that my letter to you on the subject of the discovery of Patrick's Plains has called forth, - first, a reply from Mr G T LODER, and secondly, from Mrs E YEOMANS. Both of whom seem to think I have been misinformed on the subject, and as I have good reason to believe that the information which I conveyed was perfectly correct, I beg that you will again allow me space in your valuable columns to make reply. Now, as Mr LODER was the first to take exception to what I had written, I purpose to deal with him first. In confirmation of his information he has sent you various extracts on the subject from the journal of the late Mr John HOWE, but strange to say, he has not given one date; and not a word is said about the journey from the point at which the party crossed the branch at TURNBULL's farm, till they reached a point some forty miles further on, namely, "Puttee". The extract then states that they were unable to proceed further, on account of the numerous lagoons and creeks in the way. Now although I have travelled the road many times, (and my first trip dates back as far as 1826), I have never seen anything in the shape of creeks or lagoons to impede my progress. I have travelled the road in company with two of the party who first found it, namely, the late Messrs G LODER and T DARGAN (sic), and although we often conversed on the subject, I have never heard of either of them state that they met with any such difficulties, or that they went by any other but that known as the Bulga. I am not therefore much inclined to place much confidence in what is supposed to be Mr HOWE's journal. The information I afforded you in my last was collected from the late Mr Phillip THORLEY just about a year before his decease, and as that gentleman was noted for his sterling truth and integrity, I do not see why I should doubt that which he told me with his own lips. So much for Mr LODER: now for Mrs YEOMANS".
"The lady states that her father was the first white man who ever set foot upon Patrick Plains, and discovered the grand country that it comprises, but I can tell Mrs YEOMANS that the Government were well aware already of the fertility of the Hunter River valley, and were only endeavouring to find an overland route to it. Regarding any desire on my part to cast a slur upon the memory of the late Mr B SINGLETON on account of his determination to return when his blackfellow told him how close he was to the river, I must state that far from any such thought entering my head, I rather, on the other hand, commend him for his common sense. For undoubtedly, had he gone on with PARR he would never have received any compensation for his discovery (having no appointment in the expedition) and that the honour of the discovery should have been his, had he gone on, has been proved by the fact that PARR failed in finding a road. As to Mrs YEOMANS ignorance of PARR, I must inform her that she has not studied Australian history very closely, or she would know that PARR was a mineralogist in the service of the Government, and that previous to the expedition which I mentioned in my last (of which he was the head), he had been with OXLEY in his exploring excursions in the east. With reference to the Randel PARR of whom Mrs YEOMANS speaks, I may say that I probably knew him as well, if not better than she did. This lady also says that her mother, the wife of the late Mr B SINGLETON, and Mrs Phillip THORLEY were the first white women who set foot on Patrick's Plains. But though her memory is so green, I must yet refresh it by asking her if another white woman by the name of * HOYLE did not accompany them? Mrs YEOMANS also states that her father was the leader of the expedition, who found the track over the Bulga; but if such was the case it is singular that the Government in granting members of the party compensation awarded Mr SINGLETON only 200 acres, and Mr HOWE 700 acres. Another significant fact regarding this matter is that not one place along the route bears the name SINGLETON, while no less than three were named after Mr HOWE - namely Howe's Waterhole, Howe's Valley, and Howe's Mountain - all of which names have been retained to the present day. In my opinion, it is evident that Mr HOWE was the leader of the party, though Mr SINGLETON, no doubt, rendered valuable assistance as a guide".

"In conclusion, I may state that I have no wish to enter a controversy on the subject, but I am fully convinced that neither * Mr HOWE nor Mr SINGLETON ever stood on Patrick's Plains till they did so together when they crossed the Bulga in the expedition mentioned in my last". (* The date given by William in his prior letter was 1818. Ed.).

"Apologising for again trespassing upon your space - I am, etc.,"

W G M'ALPIN.
Glen Alpin, Bulga, 26th July, 1887.

* In a published answer (Maitland Mercury) to William G McALPIN's question about the woman named HOYLE, Elizabeth YEOMANS replied:-
"She was the wife of the man who brought Mr H BALDWIN's sheep over. She was a nurse, and came to attend my mother at the birth of a ** son in January 1823 and she returned with her husband shortly after.

** This son would have been John SINGLETON who married in 1844 Jane Ann ROTTON and died of dysentery in 1849 whence returning to NSW from the Californian Gold Fields. (according to our other records John SINGLETON died at sea during the voyage to the Californian Gold Fields !!!). The later would be correct as John SINGLETON & Jane Ann ROTTON had 3 daughters born between 1845 and 1850.


PIONEERS.
Now, at this time their shadows fall
Across the intervening years,
Bringing remembrance that stirs
The blood; let memory call
Back, back from out the shadowy past These men who tilled the virgin soil,
Blazoned new trails; by dint of toil
Gave us our heritage, so that at last
We who follow on may reap
The harvest sown by those who gave
E'en of life's blood; yet, o'er their graves
Do monumental stones that mark their sleep
Give greater tribute than this land,
Primeval yet-but for their hands.
-Thomas Wentworth.
janilye


First Fleet Provisions- What they forgot

I've shown you the list of Provisions for the First Fleet taken on board, but like most of us who go to the market today there is often one or two essential items we have forgotten.

This was true of the First Fleet, but unlike us today, Captain Arthur Phillip couldn't run back to the store.

Firstly, when the Fleet left England, Captain Phillip noticed the convict women still in their rags and asked that they be given the clothing brought on board. However, probably because men did the packing, there was not enough women's clothing.

So, when the Fleet stopped at Rio de Janeiro, where of course there were no women's clothing shops, our problem solving Captain, killing two birds with the one stone, bought 100 sacks of tapioca, to supplement the food stocks, he then gave the women the empty sacks for whatever items it was they needed.

Forgetting the lime to make mortar and all the tools necessary to maintain the muskets, Phillip couldn't do very much about. This could not be rectified till the arrival of the Second Fleet.

Also forgotten, was good quality timber for making doors and the window frames to contain the 5,448 squares of crown glass brought along.

Captain Phillip had made sure he had plenty of firepower on board, but the most dreadful omission of all and one that Captain Phillip kept secret was ammunition for the marines' muskets. When Phillip discovered this he swore his officers to secrecy, fearing mutiny on the transports. He managed to pick up some musket balls in Rio de Janeiro but too few.
This shortage of ammunition also mean't, that when the colony was starving, due to failing crops, hunting for food was restricted.

janilye, 2009

The painting below is a depiction of the First Fleet at Rio de Janeiro


EATHER DEATH REGISTER NSW FROM 1788-1981

As an aid to your Eather family research, I've compiled this death register
below, to contain birth and death dates of parents and the female maiden names.
I have included the New South Wales death registration numbers and corrected transcription errors.
Where death registration has not been available I have used the cemetery index
This, of course is an ongoing project.
I would appreciate, any corrections and additions. janilye





21160/1934 EATHER ABEL JAMES
CHARLES FREDERICK EATHER 1851-1885
MARY ANN MCKELLAR 1857-1925
GUNNEDAH

4670/1906 EATHER ABRAHAM JOSEPH
ROBERT EATHER 1795-1881
MARY LYNCH 1802-1853
CANTERBURY

6320/1878 EATHER ABRAHAM Joseph
JAMES EATHER 1838-1935
SARAH MARY EATHER 1843-1921
HARTLEY

5744/1860 EATHER ABRAHAM ROBERT
JAMES EATHER 1821-1906
BRIDGET HARRIET HONAN 1833-1886
RICHMOND

13065/1944 EATHER ADA AMELIA
JAMES NELSON 1842-1938
EMMA JANE DURRANT 1847-1937
TAMWORTH

4168/1947 EATHER ADA LAVINA
WILLIAM ELLIS ROBERTS
ELIZABETH
INVERELL

8328/1934 EATHER ADA MARY
THOMAS EATHER 1843-1900
JANE BARNETT 1845-1932
NORTH SYDNEY

11080/1887 EATHER ADA MARY
CHARLES EATHER 1846-1938
ROSALIE INGHAM 1865-1950
NARRABRI

6581/1908 EATHER ADA M
EDWARD CHARLES EATHER 1880-1922
ADA AMELIA FITZSIMMONS 1888-1951
NEWTOWN

4406/1966 EATHER ADELINE MABEL
GUSTAVOS ENOCH LEWIS 1858-1910
SARAH J SHEPHEARD
SYDNEY

XXXX/1988 EATHER AGNES LESLIE
HENRY GEORGE WAUGH 1871-1911
ELIZABETH ROSE KELLY 1880-
SYDNEY


16300/1957 EATHER AGNES MARY
PATRICK
JESSIE LEE
SYDNEY

XXXX /1988 EATHER ALAN EUGENE
EUGENE ALAN EATHER 1903-1977
MARGARET PARKER
BALMAIN


4651/1857 EATHER ALBERT
CHARLES EATHER 1825-1899
FRANCES EMMA WATT 1829-1866
WINDSOR

29631/1949 EATHER ALBERT
THOMAS EATHER 1836-1929
CHARLOTTE MARGARET HOWELL 1842-1899
GUNNEDAH

13223/1948 EATHER ALBERT CHARLES
CHARLES EATHER 1846-1938
ROSALIE INGHAM 1865-1950
LIVERPOOL

xxxx/1952 EATHER ALBERT CROZER
JOHN JAMES EATHER 1852-1920
VICTORIA TAYLOR xxxx-1928
LONGREACH QUEENSLAND

7905/1881 EATHER ALBERT EDWARD
WILLIAM TOBIAS EATHER 1852-1922
CHARLOTTE ELIZABETH STRATFORD 1854-1932
RICHMOND

32362/1956 EATHER ALBERT ERNEST
THOMAS JOSEPH EATHER 1856-1920
SELINA JANE SCANLAN 1864-1950
UNKNOWN
MAYFIELD

XXXX/1996 EATHER ALBERT GEORGE
Lindsay Eulah EATHER 1893-1945
IDA MAUDE HEATH 1892-1979
MONA VALE, SYDNEY

37577/1963 EATHER ALBERT WILLIAM T
ALBERT EATHER 1863-1949
HARRIETT PRATT 1869-1937
AUBURN

9480/1930 EATHER ALDER M
ERNEST EATHER 1887-1932
ZORA May ALDENHOVEN 1896-1972
BOGGABRI

23500/1981 EATHER ALEXANDER
ALEXANDER EATHER 1878-1942
LINDA PEARL BRACKENREG 1881-1965

27691/1942 EATHER ALEXANDER
THOMAS EATHER 1836-1929
CHARLOTTE MARGARET HOWELL 1842-1899
MANLY

5420/1860 EATHER ALEXANDER GEORGE
THOMAS EATHER 1824-1909
ELIZA CROWLEY 1822-1897
PATRICKS PLAINS

9451/1965 EATHER ALEXANDER MUNRO
EDWIN EATHER 1852-1890
CATHERINE AGNES TURNER 1855-1933
AUBURN

28313/1959 EATHER ALEXANDER NICHOLAS
JOHN WILLIAM EATHER 1845-1915
HARRIET CLARK 1849-1928
SYDNEY

1577/1921 EATHER ALFRED
GORDON EATHER 1885-1957
JESSIE WILSON 1889-1967
NEWTOWN

12546/1892 EATHER ALFRED CHARLES
ALFRED MCALPIN 1863-1915
THERESA LOVELEE 1865-1898
TAMWORTH

21656/1968 EATHER ALICE
JAMES CAIN 1868-1926
SOPHIA LOUISA YATES 1865-1943
NEWTOWN

108539/1980 EATHER ALICE CECILIA
JAMES JOSEPH EATHER 1858-1920
MILLICENT SARAH BATH 1867-1960

53582/1973 EATHER ALLAN JOSEPH
CHARLES FREDERICK EATHER 1880-1959
PAULINE JONES 1884-1949
PARRAMATTA

24101/1980 EATHER ALLEN ERNEST
ERNEST ROBERT EATHER 1872-1931
LILY MAY READMAN 1876-1910

10283/1885 EATHER ALMA
JOHN W EATHER 1854-1945
KATE ELIZA BARWICK 1857-1933
GUNNEDAH

1829/1941 EATHER AMBROSE M
GEORGE EATHER 1834-1912
DORA KINSELA 1839-1915
WELLINGTON

64377/1973 EATHER AMY
MOUNTFORD HECTOR ROWLEY 1853-1898
ELIZABETH ANN WALL 1851-1887
WOLLONGONG

21489/1965 EATHER ANDREW
GEORGE HENRY EATHER 1850-1881
SARAH POTTS 1856-1928
AUBURN

2226/1906 EATHER ANN
SAMUEL SENIOR 1800-1867
ANN REASON 1805-1858
NARRABRI

10418/1889 EATHER ANN
JOHN CORNWELL 1807-1889
ANNIE EATON 1813-1898
RICHMOND

3653/1945 EATHER ANN LOUISE
JAMES WILMiTH 1847-1914
MATILDA ANN MCCONACHY 1849-1943
MOREE

13926/1952 EATHER ANNE
ROSS PROBYN EATHER
MARGARET EDNA GARDINER
BONDI

9588/1956 EATHER ANNE PEARL
THOMAS WILLIAM
ELIZABETH
CHATSWOOD

2671/1911 EATHER ANNIE
DAVID JAMES SOLOMON 1856-1924
MARY (sic) MARGARET EGGERS 1856-1948
NEWTOWN

3006/1905 EATHER ANNIE
PERCY RICHARD EATHER 1883-1957
ANNIE PATERSON ANDREW 1884-1905
SINGLETON

4467/1917 EATHER ANNIE REBECCA
ALBERT JOHN ORCHARD 1847-1925
ANNIE MCDONALD 1851-1933
LITHGOW

8376/1867 EATHER ANNIE
THOMAS EATHER 1828-1916
EMMA Mary STAPLES 1828-1867
WINDSOR

12325/1965 EATHER ANNIE LOUISE
JOHN WILLIAM EATHER 1845-1915
HARRIET CLARK 1849-1928
TAMWORTH (T.E AMY)

3003/1905 EATHER ANNIE PATERSON
JOHN ANDREW
ANNIE
SINGLETON

2693/1902 EATHER ANTHONY
ANTHONY EATHER
MARY
PARRAMATTA

105649/1979 EATHER ARNOLD DUDLEY HOWELL
JAMES HILTON EATHER 1873-1950
ADA AMELIA NELSON 1866-1944
GOSFORD

13257/1919 EATHER ARTHUR
SIDNEY ALLAN EATHER 1889-1944
EVA ELIZABETH MARY EATHER 1884-1919
SYDNEY

16623/1961 EATHER ARTHUR ALEXANDER
JOHN THOMAS (sic) EATHER 1845-1915
HARRIET CLARK 1849-1928
MUSWELLBROOK (T.E.John William Eather)

3508/1916 EATHER ARTHUR E
THOMAS EATHER 1828-1916
CAROLINE MCKELLAR 1847-1915
LIVERPOOL

6295/1901 EATHER ARTHUR G
GEORGE EATHER 1834-1912
DORA KINSELA 1839-1915
NEWTOWN

15562/1898 EATHER ARTHUR G
ARTHUR G EATHER 1862-1901
FLORENCE HUNT
PETERSHAM

2514/1900 EATHER ARTHUR HOWELL
THOMAS EATHER 1836-1829
CHARLOTTE MARGARET HOWELL 1842-1899
NARRABRI

9198/1922 EATHER ARTHUR R
WILLIAM VINCENT EATHER 1862-1940
ROSANNA KELLY 1879-1960
MURWILLUMBAH

4462/1942 EATHER ARTHUR THOMAS SAMUEL
WILLIAM EATHER 1832-1915
ANN SENIOR 1835-1906
MOREE

14627/1929 EATHER ARTHUR W
EDITH I EATHER
MOREE

39594/1970 EATHER ARTHUR WILLIAM
ARTHUR SAMUEL T EATHER 1865-1942
ANNE LOUISE WILMUTH 1868-1945
MOREE

102998/1980 EATHER ATHOL THOMAS
SIDNEY THOMAS EATHER 1876-1920
SUSAN Bennett 1879-1931

16209/1953 EATHER AUBREY ALLEN
JAMES ERNEST EATHER 1882-1947
MABEL MAY ALLEN 1880-1954
BURWOOD

8360/1883 EATHER AUGUSTA S P
JAMES EATHER 1838-1935
SARAH MARY EATHER 1843-1921
LITHGOW

6213/1865 EATHER AUGUSTUS
JAMES EATHER 1839-1934
VICTORIA PRYKE 1840-
WEE WAA

7064/1891 EATHER BEATRICE V L
ALBERT EATHER 1863-1949
HARRIETT PRATT 1869-1937
GUNNEDAH

803/1951 EATHER BERNARD MADDEN
JOSEPH BERNARD EATHER 1883-1944
ELLEN KINSELLA 1886-1964
HORNSBY

9055/1965 EATHER BERTRAM HENRY
HENRY CHARLES EATHER 1849-1942
LUCINA SARAH J RIDGE 1857-1936
MANLY

52511/1974 EATHER BERTRAM KENNETH
BERTRAM HENRY EATHER 1881-1965
SARAH DAMARIS FRATER 1887-1979

26957/1980 EATHER BERYL EDNA
ROBERT C MUNRO
NELLIE WILCOX

10039/1913 EATHER BLANCHE
HENRY FRANCIS MORTIMER 1836-1878
PHYLLIS (PHILIDELPHIA) CHANTLER 1840-1888
SYDNEY

XXXX/1996 EATHER Brian Maxwell
Spencer Allan EATHER 1906-1972
Emmaline Rachel Elizabeth EDWARDS 1909-1966
Westmead

6930/1963 EATHER BRIAN MICHAEL
WILLIAM KENNETH EATHER
MOIRA ALICE
NEWTOWN

11039/1886 EATHER BRIDGET Harriet
PATRICK HONAN
MARGARET FLANAGAN
BELLINGER RIVER

42693/1969 EATHER BRIDGET LOUISE
SAMUEL FAIRHALL 1849-1928
AGED 77 YRS
LITHGOW

24773/1935 EATHER BRYAN
OSWALD DUDLEY EATHER 1910-1970
KATHLEEN M GIRDHAM
LIVERPOOL

11705/1922 EATHER CAROLINE E
THOMAS
CAROLINE
MARRICKVILLE

7166/1915 EATHER CAROLINE M
DOUGALD MCKELLAR 1812-1901
CAROLINE NEWSOME 1821-1882
WINDSOR

27454/1949 EATHER CAROLYN PATRICIA
JOHN RICHARD
CAROLINE SARAH
ROCKDALE

11561/1960 EATHER CASMER CARRINGTON
WILLIAM TOBIAS EATHER 1852-1922
CHARLOTTE RACHEL STRATFORD 1854-1932
RICHMOND

7276/1867 EATHER CATHERINE
THOMAS EATHER 1843-1900
JANE BARNETT 1845-1932
PATRICKS PLAIN

8371/1867 EATHER CATHERINE
MICHAEL MCMAHON 1792-1873
MARY HIGGINS 1798-1875
WINDSOR

8373/1867 EATHER CATHERINE
WILLIAM EATHER 1833-1899
CATHERINE MCMAHON 1831-1867
WINDSOR

10627/1932 EATHER CATHERINE M J
WILLIAM
JANE
SYDNEY

1788/1945 EATHER CECIL
ARTHUR EDWARD EATHER
ELIZABETH CATHERINE EATHER
CONCORD

28337/1948 EATHER CECIL ROLAND
GEORGE ROLAND EATHER 1890-1970
FLORENCE LILLIAN PERCIVAL 1890-xxxx
RANDWICK

23773/1929 EATHER CECILIA (Sister Mary de Sales)
ROBERT VINCENT EATHER 1824-1879
ANNIE CORNWELL 1831-1889
CAMPBELLTOWN

12945/1948 EATHER CECILIA RUTH
HERMAN WILBERTREE VILE 1839-1907
ELIZABETH RANDALL 1841-1926
WOLLONGONG

xxxx/1983 EATHER CEDRIC HORACE JOHN
HORACE EDGAR WILBERTREE EATHER 1886-1931
SARAH ALICE FRAZIER 1889-1968

7760/1938 EATHER CHARLES
CHARLES(error) JAMES EATHER 1811-1899
MARY ANN HAND 1815-1894
GRANVILLE

8374/1867 EATHER CHARLES
WILLIAM EATHER 1833-1899
CATHERINE MCMAHON 1831-1867
WINDSOR

6905/1868 EATHER CHARLES
PETER EATHER 1831-1911
CHARLOTTE EATHER WILLIAMS 1834-1918
WEE WAA

13245/1891 EATHER CHARLES
THOMAS EATHER 1764-1827
ELIZABETH LEE 1771-1860
RICHMOND

9933/1891 EATHER CHARLES
THOMAS EATHER 1800-1886
SARAH MCALPIN 1805-1884
NARRABRI

10815/1885 EATHER CHARLES
THOMAS EATHER 1828-1916
EMMA MARY STAPLES 1828-1867
WINDSOR

30542/1956 EATHER CHARLES EDWARD
JOHN JAMES EATHER 1852-1920
ELIZABETH YATES 1853-1907
MARRICKVILLE

17172/1959 EATHER CHARLES FREDERICK
CHARLES EATHER 1851-1885
MARY ANN MCKELLAR 1857-1925
WINDSOR

7928/1881 EATHER CHARLES George
GEORGE EATHER 1834-1912
DORA KINSELA 1829-1915
RICHMOND

18958/1943 EATHER CHARLES HENRY
CHARLES THOMAS EATHER 1827-1891
ELIZA HOUGH 1825-1870
GUNNEDAH

4479/1942 EATHER CHARLES HERBERT
THOMAS EATHER 1843-1900
JANE BARNETT 1845-1932
MOREE

14677/1907 EATHER CHARLES NEVILLE
BERTRAM H EATHER 1881-1965
SARAH DAMARIS FRATER 1887-1979
NARRABRI

8141/1949 EATHER CHARLES OLENZO
CHARLES EATHER 1825-1899
FRANCES EMMA WATT 1829-1866
PETERSHAM

2551/1980 EATHER CHARLOTTE
DONALD
MARY

14190/1899 EATHER CHARLOTTE MARGARET
THOMAS HOWELL 1809-1876
ELIZABETH 'BETSY' CROWLEY 1815-1891
NARRABRI

17808/1918 EATHER CHARLOTTE
ROBERT W WILLIAMS 1795-1839
CHARLOTTE EATHER 1797-1862
NARRABRI

12215/1932 EATHER CHARLOTTE E
JOSEPH STRATFORD 1826-1885
RACHAEL ROBERTS 1827-1882
RICHMOND

33499/1967 EATHER CHARLOTTE MATILDA
nee HANN
77 YEARS DIED WINDSOR
WINDSOR

25514/1940 EATHER CHRISTINA PHOEBE DUNBAR
FRANCIS HILL 1874-1936
ELIZABETH CLARKE 1880-1928
INVERELL

21258/1941 EATHER CLARA RIDGE
JOHN RIDGE 1815-1867
CHARLOTTE MARGARET COBCROFT 1820-1906
BURWOOD

15476/1903 EATHER CLARENCE
CHARLES EATHER 1846-1938
ROSALIE INGHAM 1865-1950
REDFERN

24255/1975 EATHER CLARENCE HUNTER
CHARLES OLINZO EATHER 1864-1949
EMMA ELLEN OSBORNE xxxx-1943

104626/1978 EATHER CLARICE
LESLIE HENRY ERNEST 1884-1949
ELIZA MOSSELLE STUBBS 1885-1975

3555/1900 EATHER CLAUDE L
JAMES EATHER 1839-1934
ISABELLA JANE NOWLAND 1858-1954
TENTERFIELD

17568/1966 EATHER CLEMENT ROLAND
ROLAND JOHN EATHER 1878-1949
ADA LAVINA ROBERTS xxxx-1947
ST LEONARDS

xxxx/1982 EATHER CLOTILDE MARY
GABRIEL MEZIERE De LEPERVANCHE 1849-1929
ALICE MARTHA EDWARDS 1868-1949

2114/1966 EATHER COLIN CHARLES
ALFRED MCALPIN 1863-1915
THERESA LOVELEE 1865-1898
SYDNEY

10461/1936 EATHER COLIN ROSCOE
JOHN ROLAND EATHER 1843-1923
HANNA ANN CROTHERS 1858-1952
MOREE

11234/1963 EATHER CONNIE NOREEN
WILLIAM SAMUEL LEGG 1890-1975
HARRIET HALL 1897-1967
BINGARA

108119/1978 EATHER CORRIE
DIED NEWCASTLE

078 9036/1894 EATHER CYRIL H
WILLIAM ABEL EATHER 1855-1917
CECILIA RUTH VILE 1865-1948
NARRABRI

20593/1935 EATHER DAPHNE ELVINA
WILLIAM HENRY EATHER 1879-1968
HILDA MARY MAHONEY 1892-1926
GRANVILLE

8427/1878 EATHER DARCY R J
THOMAS J EATHER 1849-1935
MARY JANE FISHBOURNE 1851-1932
ORANGE

11778/1969 EATHER DARRELL VICTOR
ALEXANDER EATHER 1878-1942
LINDA PEARLE BRACKENREG 1881-1965
BULLI

31964/1956 EATHER DEBORAH
ALEXANDER BOURNE 1840-1926
DEBORAH ANN BARNETT 1846-1881
RICHMOND

25068/1954 EATHER DONALD
CHARLES EATHER 1827-1891
MARY MARTHA RIDGE 1843-1920
NARRABRI

26070/1919 EATHER DORIS
SIDNEY ALLAN EATHER 1889-1944
EVA ELIZABETH MARY EATHER 1884-1919
PADDINGTON

21956/1970 EATHER DORIS ETHEL
JOSEPH OWEN FORDEN 1891-1964
MAUDE ELIZABETH FERMOR
BURWOOD

12730/1915 EATHER DOROTHY DORA
MARTIN KINSELA 1793-1860
ELLEN HENDLING 1794-1862
77 YRS MARRICKVILLE
MARRICKVILLE

29538/1946 EATHER DOROTHY EMMA
RUDOLPH FREDERICK BRUDERLIN 1867-1949
EDITH MARION FARLOW 1872-1927
NORTH SYDNEY

3896/1944 EATHER DOROTHY MAUDE
RICHARD HOLBOROW 1862-1932
CLARA TEAGUE 1876-1930
NEWCASTLE

xxxx/2002 EATHER DOUGLAS BRUCE
BERTRAM HENRY EATHER 1881-1965
SARAH DAMARIS FRATER 1887-1979

10809/1885 EATHER DUGALD FREDERICK
CHARLES F EATHER 1851-1885
MARY Ann MCKELLAR 1857-1925
WINDSOR

XXXX/1984 EATHER EARL LIONEL
ALBERT EATHER 1863-1949
HARRIETT PRATT 1869-1937

105850/1981 EATHER EDGAR LESLIE
THOMAS JOSEPH EATHER 1891-1956
MAY FRANCES SMITH 1886-1961

68875/1973 EATHER EDGAR WILLIAM CHARLES
HORACE EDGAR EATHER 1886-1931
SARAH ALICE FRAZIER 1889-1968
GRAFTON

23878/1929 EATHER EDWARD CARL
JAMES EATHER 1839-1934
ISABELLA JANE NOWLAND 1858-1954
GLEN INNES

10954/1922 EATHER EDWARD CHARLES
JOHN JAMES EATHER 1852-1920
ELIZABETH YATES 1853-1907
NEWTOWN

24689/1975 EATHER EDWARD CHARLES
EDWARD CHARLES EATHER 1880-1922
ADA AMELIA FITZSIMMONS 1888-1951

xxxx/2001 EATHER EDWARD CLYDE
BERTRAM HENRY EATHER 1881-1965
SARAH DAMARIS FRATER 1887-1979

10641/1882 EATHER EDWARD HENRY
GEORGE HENRY EATHER 1850-1881
SARAH POTTS 1856-1928
NARRABRI

8625/1890 EATHER EDWIN
CHARLES EATHER 1827-1891
ELIZA HOUGH 1825-1870
NARRABRI

17411/1945 EATHER EDWIN ROYSE
EDWIN EATHER 1852-1890
CATHERINE Agnes TURNER 1855-1933
KEMPSEY

9295/1974 EATHER EILEEN MAY
HERBERT WILSON WALMSLEY 1883-1974
SARAH AGNES MAHONEY 1888-1959

17572/1967 EATHER ELEANOR JEAN
JOHN BEAUMONT MOSMAN 1881-1946
ELLEN MARY CLEARY 1881-1954
MAITLAND

29090/1960 EATHER ELENOR LOUISE
ROBERT HUMPHREY 1842-1918
ELIZA JEFFRIES 1846-1934
SYDNEY

V18711728 157/1871 EATHER ELIZA
AGE 45

5679/1870 EATHER ELIZA
PETER HOUGH 1776-1833
MARY WOOD 1793-1830
RICHMOND

2794/1897 EATHER ELIZA
WILLIAM(sic) JOHN CROWLEY 1775-1833
JANE CHARLOTTE BRYANT 1796-1869
SINGLETON

2691/1909 EATHER ELIZA
JAMES
CATHERINE
NEWTOWN

106179/1975 EATHER ELIZA MOSELLE
HENRY STUBBS
ALICE PASSFIELD 1860-1902

8395/1867 EATHER ELIZABETH
THOMAS EATHER 1828-1916
EMMA STAPLES 1828-1867
WINDSOR

35053/1960 EATHER ELIZABETH
ROBERT
RACHEL
NEWTOWN

6594/1873 EATHER ELIZABETH
MARTIN
MARY
RICHMOND

5766/1860 EATHER ELIZABETH
WILLIAM L
DIED RICHMOND
RICHMOND

23080/1954 EATHER ELIZABETH AUSTRALIA
JOHN WILLIAM EATHER 1845-1915
HARRIET CLARK 1849-1928
SINGLETON

4907/1971 EATHER ELIZABETH HILDA
WILLIAM WALTER
FANNY
SYDNEY

15229/1923 EATHER ELIZABETH JANE
JOSEPH GARRETT 1839-1886
LUCY REITZ 1848-1940
MOREE

10771/1901 EATHER ELLEN
PARRAMATTA

9834/1901 EATHER ELLEN
RICHARD BRYANT 1837-1904
SIDWELL THOMAS 1839-1910
LITHGOW

11098/1928 EATHER ELLEN
ANDREW FARRELL
ANN CARVER
CANTERBURY

11257/1954 EATHER ELLEN KINSELA
JOHN MALCOLM MADDEN 1857-1931
CHARLOTTE KIRK xxxx-1942
PARRAMATTA

10041/1946 EATHER ELLEN MARY
RICHARD SPENCER 1834-1916
ELIZA AYRES 1831-1915
INVERELL

5812/1961 EATHER ELLEN MAUD
DANIEL SHEPHARD 1863-1939
ADA DUNMORE 1865-1902
NARRABRI

15786/1953 EATHER ELLEN MAY
DONALD LEWIS
ELIZABETH
SYDNEY

10114/1899 EATHER ELSIE I
GEORGE
MARIA
NARRABRI

25294/1976 EATHER ELSIE MAY
WILLIAM HENRY
RUBY MAY

10377/1878 EATHER EMILY
CHARLES
MARY A
WINDSOR

10479/1959 EATHER EMILY ELIZABETH SARAH
WILLIAM
MARY ANN
CAMPBELLTOWN

11822/1976 EATHER EMILY LENA
ALFRED
MARGARET

12583/1885 EATHER EMILY M
CHARLES EATHER 1827-1891
MARTHA Mary RIDGE 1843-1920
NARRABRI

8375/1867 EATHER EMMA MARY
JAMES STAPLES 1784-1873
ELIZABETH BROWNING 1805-1864
WINDSOR

11757/1911 EATHER EMMA
JOHN OSBORNE
MARY
PETERSHAM

11823/1943 EATHER EMMA ELLEN
(OSBORNE) MARY
NORTH SYDNEY

15406/1966 EATHER EMMALINE RACHEL ELIZABETH
JAMES EDWARDS
ELIZABETH ADA HAYES
WINDSOR

9522/1930 EATHER ERIC VAUGHAN
HENRY C EATHER 1849-1942
LUCINA SARAH J RIDGE 1857-1936
PARRAMATTA

27787/1978 EATHER ERIC VINCENT
THOMAS JOSEPH EATHER 1849-1935
MARY JANE FISHBOURNE 1851-1932
NSW

14093/1932 EATHER ERNEST
ALBERT EATHER 1863-1949
HARRIET PRATT 1869-1937
BOGGABRI

22273/1928 EATHER ERNEST A
ERNEST EATHER 1887-1932
ZORA M ALDENHOVEN 1896-1972
BOGGABRI

10347/1898 EATHER ERNEST H E
ALFRED MACALPIN 1863-1915
THERESA LOVELEE 1865-1898
NARRABRI

9153/1922 EATHER ERNEST R
CHARLES HERBERT EATHER 1872-1942
MINNIE BEITZ 1889-1941
BOOMI

14799/1931 EATHER ERNEST ROBERT
JAMES EATHER 1838-1934
SARAH MARY EATHER 1843-1921
LITHGOW

15628/1956 EATHER ESBERT LAWSON
THOMAS CHARLES EATHER
HANNAH MARY
GUNNEDAH

27042/1968 EATHER ETHEL JOSEPHINE
GEORGE
KATHERINE ALICE
BULLI

26813/1975 EATHER ETHEL MAY
HERBERT JOHN SHORE
MATILDA COOMBES

19415/1953 EATHER ETHEL MAY
WILLIAM MILLS 1856-1919
CHARLOTTE MARTHA CLARK 1862-1936
AUBURN

26442/1977 EATHER EUGENE ALLAN
DIED PARRAMATTA

074 13719/1911 EATHER EVA A
PETER M
ELLEN M
BOGGABRI

14162/1919 EATHER EVA E M
THOMAS EATHER 1836-1929
CHARLOTTE MARGARET HOWELL 1842-1899
REDFERN

36530/1970 EATHER EVA MAY
DAVID HAGAN
BRIDGET KAVANAGH
INVERELL

8213/1921 EATHER EVELYN
JOHN L
RUTH F
URALLA

10255/1922 EATHER (FEMALE INFANT)
JOHN M
SARAH A
RICHMOND

11849/1903 EATHER FEMALE UNNAMED
EMILY A
SINGLETON

15209/1901 EATHER FLORENCE A
GEORGE EATHER 1834-1912
DOROTHY KINSELA 1839-1915
RICHMOND

9330/1900 EATHER FLORENCE P
ROBERT EATHER 1848-1901
ELLEN BRYANT 1861-1901
LITHGOW

27325/1958 EATHER FLORENCE ROSE
NOAH TURNER
BALMAIN

xxxx/2007 EATHER FLORENCE RUBY
CHARLES JAMES WELCH 1874-1927
ADELINE FLORENCE MARSHALL 1880-1941

7137/1866 EATHER FRANCES E
JOHN
MARIA
WINDSOR

10640/1882 EATHER FRANCIS
GEORGE H EATHER 1850-1881
SARAH POTTS 1856-1928
NARRABRI

5091/1962 EATHER FRANCIS JOSEPH
ABRAHAM EATHER
AGED 63 CONCORD
CHATSWOOD

100462/1979 EATHER FRANCIS MILTON
JOHN MILTON EATHER 1888-1983
SARAH ALICE JONES 1890-1976


15277/1925 EATHER FRANCIS RICHARD
ROBERT EATHER 1848-1901
ELLEN BRYANT 1861-1901
BURWOOD

31463/1962 EATHER FRANK VINCENT
EUGENE ALLAN EATHER
MARGARET JOSEPHINE
BALMAIN

7734/1917 EATHER FREDERICK CHARLES
HENRY CHARLES EATHER 1849-1942
LUCINA SARAH J RIDGE 1857-1936
GUNNEDAH

14832/1918 EATHER FREDERICK G
GORDON PHILLIP EATHER 1885-1957
JESSIE WILSON 1889-1967
BALMAIN NORTH

12968/1917 EATHER FREDERICK J
JOHN MILTON EATHER 1888-1983
SARAH ALICE JONES 1890-1976
WINDSOR

8722/1906 EATHER FREDERICK L
WILLIAM V EATHER 1862-1940
ROSANNAH KELLY 1879-1960
GRAFTON

16992/1964 EATHER FREDERICK REUBEN
JOHN WELSEY EATHER 1854-1945
KATE ELIZA BARWICK 1857-1933
WINDSOR

1737/1948 EATHER GAIL THORSBY
LESLIE SEABERT SPENCER EATHER 1905-1973
THORA MAY THORSBY
ANNADALE

7607/1912 EATHER GEORGE
CHARLES EATHER 1800-1891
ANN CAIN 1797-1871
RICHMOND

39350/1970 EATHER GEORGE
CHARLES EATHER 1846-1938
ROSALIE INGHAM 1865-1950
ST LEONARDS

5344/1939 EATHER GEORGE
JAMES EATHER
MARGARET
LISMORE

4170/1974 EATHER GEORGE ERNEST
JACK EATHER
VICTORIA

30522/1957 EATHER GEORGE FRANCIS
PERCY DOUGLAS EATHER 1892-1974
BRIDGET LOUISE FAIRHALL 1892-1969
PARRAMATTA

9430/1881 EATHER GEORGE HENRY
JAMES EATHER 1811-1899
MARY ANN HAND 1815-1894
NARRABRI

3831/1945 EATHER GEORGE MILTON
PETER EATHER 1831-1911
CHARLOTTE WILLIAMS 1834-1918
NARRABRI

8532/1877 EATHER GEORGE R
GEORGE EATHER 1834-1912
DORA KINSELA 1839-1915
RICHMOND

958/1969 EATHER GEORGE WALTER
JOHN EATHER
ELLEN MARY
SYDNEY

22791/1961 EATHER GEORGE WILLIAM
THOMAS EATHER
CAROLINE MARGARITE
BATHURST

13723/1911 EATHER GERALD
JOHN W EATHER
HARRIET
BOGGABRI

10123/1937 EATHER GERTRUDE IRENE
HENRY
JOHANNA ESTHER
NARRABRI

12546/1953 EATHER GERTRUDE MARY E
THOMAS MAURICE
EMILY
NARRABRI

14461/1938 EATHER GERTRUDE MAY
HENRY HERBERT EAGLES 1866-xxxx
MARGARET JANE COWAN 1856-1913
EAST MAITLAND

24523/1936 EATHER GORDON CECIL
ROBERT EATHER
ELLEN
LITHGOW

16743/1957 EATHER GORDON PHILLIP
THOMAS JAMES EATHER
MARY JANE
SYDNEY

103885/1977 EATHER GRAHAM FRANCIS
ALLAN FRANCIS EATHER
ALEXANDRINA BETHINA

3228/1952 EATHER HANNA ANNE
HENRY
JANE
MOSMAN

15645/1929 EATHER HANNAH M
PATRICK
SOPHIE
NARRABRI

19837/1924 EATHER HAROLD C
ROBERT EATHER 1848-1901
EILEEN BRYANT 1861-1901
LITHGOW

22332/1928 EATHER HARRIET
JAMES Swales CLARK 1812-1851
ELIZABETH MCDONALD 1810-1899
SINGLETON

18602/1924 EATHER HARRIET MARIA
WALTER YOUNG COUSINS 1856-1898
SARA JEMIMA MCFADDEN 1860-1885
NORTH SYDNEY

25255/1937 EATHER HARRIETT
WILLIAM FRANCIS PRATT
FRANCES M BOYLE 1857-xxxx
BOGGABRI

29001/1945 EATHER HARRY
THOMAS EATHER 1828-1916
CAROLINE MARGARET MCKELLAR 1847-1915
WINDSOR

25398/1963 EATHER HAZEL
WALTER
ELIZABETH
LITHGOW

25004/1963 EATHER HAZEL
THOMAS KIRKPATRICK
TRISSIE
ROCKDALE

105219/1981 EATHER HEDLEY CHARLES
ALBERT
HARRIET

30341/1970 EATHER HELEN WAUGH
ALAN EUGENE
AGNES LESLEY
BURWOOD

10358/1878 EATHER HENRIETTA
THOMAS
CAROLINE
WINDSOR

9248/1878 EATHER HENRY V
GEORGE EATHER 1834-1912
DORA KINSELA 1839-1915
RICHMOND

xxxx/1970 Eather Henry Vincent Fr.
JAMES JOSEPH EATHER 1858-1920
MILLICENT SARAH BATH 1867-1960
MISSIONARY OF SACRED HEART, KENSINGTON

33201/1955 EATHER HERBERT WILLIAM
ABRAHAM JOSEPH EATHER 1828-1906
ELLEN FARRELL 1842-1928
DUNEDOO

7062/1877 EATHER HERCULES RICHARD
JOHN PATRICK EATHER 1839-1916
ELLEN M SPENCER 1853-1946
NARRABRI

8955/1897 EATHER HILDA M
CHARLES EATHER 1846-1938
ROSalie INGHAM 1865-1950
NARRABRI

27407/1981 EATHER HILDA MAY
GEORGE
ELIZABETH

14008/1926 EATHER HILDA M
JAMES MAHONEY 1857-1925
SUSANNA SHEPHERD 1856-1927
HURSTVILLE

11088/1887 EATHER HILDA ROSE
CHARLES EATHER 1846-1938
ROSALIE INGHAM 1865-1950
NARRABRI

22446/1959 EATHER HILTON CLAUDE
WILLIAM TOBIAS EATHER 1852-1922
CHARLOTTE ELIZABETH STRATFORD 1854-1932
RICHMOND

48407/1974 EATHER HILTON ROY
GEORGE WILLIAM EATHER 1875-1961
MARIA HOLLAND 1864-1931

21744/1949 EATHER HOPE ISOBEL
JOHN WILLIAM EATHER 1845-1915
HARRIET CLARK 1849-1928
SINGLETON

18411/1981 EATHER HORACE JAMES
JOHN CHARLES EATHER 1877-1970
THECKLA URSULA JAMIESON 1892-1937

7262/1931 EATHER HORACE EDGAR WILBERTREE
WILLIAM ABEL EATHER 1855-1917
CECILIA RUTH VILE 1865-1948
GRAFTON

4965/1892 EATHER HUTCHINSON
JOHN Roland EATHER 1843-1923
HANNAH ANN CROTHERS 1858-1952
DUBBO

11691/1947 EATHER IDA ELIZABETH
ALEX ANDERSON
MONICA ETHEL (GIBSON?)
NARRABRI

7453/1881 EATHER IDA MAY
PETER EATHER 1831-1911
CHARLOTTE WILLIAMS 1834-1918
GUNNEDAH

104330/1979 EATHER IDA MAUDE
GEORGE ROBERT HEATH 1864-1940
FRANCES MARGARET WORLEY 1873-1926

3768/1968 EATHER IRENE MILDRED
JAMES
ELIZABETH
SYDNEY

7759/1878 EATHER ISABELLA J
ANGELINA SOPHIA EATHER 1860-1911
NARRABRI

25034/1954 EATHER ISABELLA JANE
EDWARD NOWLAND 1830-1876
SARAH JANE BUSHELL 1834-1906
GLEN INNES

14553/1962 EATHER ISABELLA TERESA
JAMES W LEES 1829-1913
ANN GILCHRIST 1831-1904
CHATSWOOD

36834/1970 EATHER ISABELLE MARY V
ROBERT MAYS 1857-1935
MARGARET PERRY 1866-1950
LITHGOW

5591/1952 EATHER IVO
JOHN WILLIAM EATHER 1845-1915
HARRIET CLARK 1849-1928
GUNNEDAH

64395/1971 EATHER IVY JOSEPHINE
WILLIAM KELLY
CHRISTINE MARY NOWLAND
NARRABRI

2089/1970 EATHER JACK NORMAN
JOSEPH EATHER
MARY FRANCES
SYDNEY

1106/1971 EATHER JACK DUDLEY
JOHN ROLAND EATHER 1880-1918
RUBY IRENE GIDDINS 1888-1961
SYDNEY

37672/1970 EATHER JACK MERVYN
JAMES HILTON EATHER 1872-1950
ADA AMELIA NELSON 1866-1944
TAMWORTH

6212/1865 EATHER JAMES
JAMES EATHER
VICTORIA
WEE WAA

22482/1935 EATHER JAMES
JAMES EATHER
MARY A
PETERSHAM

8377/1867 EATHER JAMES
THOMAS EATHER 1828-1916
EMMA STAPLES 1828-1867
WINDSOR

14841/1934 EATHER JAMES
THOMAS EATHER
SARAH
GLEN INNES

6476/1899 EATHER JAMES
THOMAS EATHER
UNKNOWN
NARRABRI

11852/1906 EATHER JAMES JOSEPH
ROBERT EATHER 1795-1881
MARY LYNCH 1802-1853
BELLINGEN

29904/1957 EATHER JAMES EDWARD
CHARLES EATHER
EDNA ANITA
NEWTOWN

21673/1947 EATHER JAMES ERNEST
THOMAS EATHER 1843-1900
JANE BARNETT 1845-1932
MAYFIELD

11368/1950 EATHER JAMES HILTON
THOMAS EATHER 1836-1929
CHARLOTTE MARGARET HOWELL 1842-1899
TAMWORTH

7782/1920 EATHER JAMES
JAMES JOSEPH EATHER 1821-1906
BRIDGET HARRIET HONAN 1833-1886
ARMIDALE

3528/1930 EATHER JAMES R
ERNEST R EATHER
ISABEL M V
LITHGOW

8686/1966 EATHER JAMES REGINALD
JOHN PATRICK EATHER 1839-1916
MARY SPENCER 1853-1946
BULLI

12928/1889 EATHER JAMES V
JAMES J EATHER 1858-1920
MILLICENT SARAH BATH 1867-1960
WALCHA

6222/1870 EATHER JAMES VINCENT
THOMAS EATHER 1836-1929
CHARLOTTE MARGARET HOWELL 1842-1899
WEE WAA

6702/1949 EATHER JAMES WILLIAM
GEORGE EATHER 1834-1912
DORA KINSELA 1839-1915
PENRITH

19829/1932 EATHER JANE
THOMAS 87 YRS NEWCASTLE
NEWCASTLE

255/1930 EATHER JANE F (Mother M de Chantal)
ROBERT VINCENT EATHER 1824-1879
ANNIE CORNWELL 1831-1889
SYDNEY

105104/1975 EATHER JEANIE MARY
ALLAN SNEESBY
JANE ANN

7203/1931 EATHER JESSIE
JOHN F
ELIZABETH
COWRA

4196/1916 EATHER JOHN PATRICK
JAMES EATHER 1811-1899
MARY A HAND 1815-1894
GOSFORD

7159/1866 EATHER JOHN
WILLIAM EATHER
CATHERINE
WINDSOR

20581/1927 EATHER JOHN
GORDON P EATHER
JESSIE
PADDINGTON

10081/1888 EATHER JOHN
AGE 83 YEARS DIED WINDSOR
WINDSOR

3370/1907 EATHER JOHN B
JOHN EATHER
SYDNEY

31707/1970 EATHER JOHN CHARLES
AGED 93 YRS
ELIZA
LIVERPOOL

6886/1905 EATHER JOHN E
JAMES J EATHER 1858-1920
MILLICENT SARAH BATH 1867-1960
TENTERFIELD

18940/1943 EATHER JOHN HENRY
PETER EATHER 1831-1911
CHARLOTTE EATHER WILLIAMS 1834-1918
GUNNEDAH

4277/1973 EATHER JOHN JAMES
ERIC VINCENT EATHER
EMILY HELENA
SYDNEY

11188/1908 EATHER JOHN P
MARGARET V
RICHMOND

4022/1923 EATHER JOHN R
THOMAS EATHER
SARAH
TAMWORTH

9904/1918 EATHER JOHN R
WILLIAM EATHER
CHARLOTTE
PETERSHAM

103138/1976 EATHER JOHN RIDGE
DONALD EATHER
GERTRUDE

25472/1940 EATHER JOHN SYDNEY
SYDNEY EATHER
ISABEL ELLEN
NARRABRI

6954/1920 EATHER JOHN T
JOHN W EATHER
HARRIETT
SINGLETON

15780/1915 EATHER JOHN W
THOMAS EATHER
ELIZA
SINGLETON

28036/1945 EATHER JOHN WESLEY
ROBERT VINCENT EATHER 1824-1879
ANN CORNWELL 1831-1889
RICHMOND

4618/1903 EATHER JOHN X
EDITH M G
SYDNEY

26926/1944 EATHER JOSEPH BERNARD
ABRAHAM EATHER
ELLEN FARRELL
PARRAMATTA

9691/1884 EATHER JOSEPH H R
CHARLES EATHER
ELIZA
GUNNEDAH

52603/1971 EATHER JOSEPH MARK
EDWIN EATHER
CATHERINE
KEMPSEY

18435/1929 EATHER JOY P
JACK MERVYN EATHER 1901-1970
IRENE MAY HUNT 1905-xxxx
TAMWORTH

7078/1872 EATHER JULIA
THOMAS EATHER 1836-1929
CHARLOTTE MARGARET HOWELL 1842-1899
WEE WAA

34290/1970 EATHER KATE
JOHN ROLAND
HANNA ANN
RYDE

11677/1933 EATHER KATE E
JOHN
SARAH
RICHMOND

14388/1900 EATHER KEITH G
ETHEL L
ST LEONARDS

24256/1957 EATHER KEITH HILTON
JAMES HILTON EATHER 1872-1950
ADA AMELIA NELSON 1866-1944
TAMWORTH

2148/1963 EATHER KEITH JAMES
FRANCIS MILTON EATHER xxxx-1979
MARGARET TURNER
CASINO

22029/1929 EATHER KENNETH
CHARLES HERBERT EATHER 1872-1942
MINNIE BEITZ 1889-1941
MOREE

2447/1898 EATHER KENNETH T MCALPIN
ALFRED MACALPIN 1863-1915
THERESA LOVELEE 1865-1898
NARRABRI

30373/1953 EATHER KENNETH WILLIAM
KENNETH WILLIAM EATHER 1901-1993
ADELINE MABEL 1901-1966
BATHURST

42784/1967 EATHER KEVIN RONALD
KEITH RONALD EATHER
JENNIFER
ARMIDALE

2389/1912 EATHER KEVIN S
ROLAND JOHN EATHER 1878-1949
ADA LAVINA ROBERTS xxxx-1947
MOREE

26437/1981 EATHER LAURA LILLIAN
THOMAS
EMILY JANE

16262/1974 EATHER LAURA MAY
GEORGE
NELLY

42712/1970 EATHER LEO RAPHAEL
ABE EATHER
MARY
RYDE

1734/1923 EATHER LEONARD JOSEPH
LEO RALPH EATHER 1894-1970
ETHEL MAY SHORE 1895-1975
ANNANDALE

35263/1969 EATHER LESLIE GORDON
HENRY CHARLES EATHER
LUCENA SARAH
NARRABRI

19539/1949 EATHER LESLIE HENRY ERNEST
JOHN PATRICK EATHER 1839-1916
ELLEN MARY SPENCER 1853-1946
NEWCASTLE

14609/1940 EATHER LESLIE JOHN
THOMAS CAROLINE EATHER
MARGARET
WINDSOR

54865/1973 EATHER LESLIE SEABERT S
LESLIE HENRY EATHER
MOSSELLE ELISA
NARRABRI

7301/1956 EATHER LILLIAN FLORENCE
FREDERICK MARTIN JONES
HANNAH MAY
GUNNEDAH

3325/1911 EATHER LILY
EMILY A
SINGLETON

13980/1910 EATHER LILY
GEORGE
MARGARET
LITHGOW

29529/1965 EATHER LINDA PEARLE
JAMES THOMAS BRACKENREG 1852-1922
MARY ANN EATHER 1854-1943
MANLY

6960/1945 EATHER LINDSAY EULAH
ALBERT EATHER 1863-1949
HARRIET PRATT 1869-1937
SYDNEY

43675/1973 EATHER LORNA ELWYN
JOHN HENRY
HANNAH
KOGARAH

6287/1898 EATHER LOTTIE M
GEORGE M
MARIA
NARRABRI

9271/1896 EATHER LOTTIE M
THOMAS CHARLES EATHER 1866-1943
HANNAH MARY MCGINNITY 1871-1929
BOGGABRI

8786/1882 EATHER LOUISA M
JAMES
SARAH
LITHGOW

2172/1936 EATHER LUCINA SARAH
JOHN RIDGE
Charlotte Margaret COBCROFT
79 YRS
NEWINGTON
AUBURN

V18721751 157/1872 EATHER LUCRETIA
INFANT

19321/1940 EATHER MABEL
(BROWN) VICTORIA
VICTORIA PRYKE
WAVERLEY

1559/1900 EATHER MABEL C
EDITH M
GOULBURN

17923/1958 EATHER MABEL EILEEN
THOMAS
KATHERINE BEATRICE
BURWOOD

43814/1971 EATHER MABEL ISABEL
DAVID JONES 1870-1943
JANET MIDDLEMISS 1876-1928
AGED 69 YRS
KOGARAH

30840/1954 EATHER MABEL MAY
WILLIAM ALLEN 1839-1913
ANN JANE STROTHERS 1840-1902
SINGLETON

28500/1948 EATHER MADELINE SARAH
HENRY
ELIZABETH
NEWCASTLE

19772/1930 EATHER MALCOLM
NEWTON S EATHER
LYDIA M C
BOGGABRI

24952/1944 EATHER MALCOLM ALEXANDER
WILLIAM FREDERICK C EATHER 1875-1917
ANNE JANE HANCHETT 1880-1953
KOGARAH

24634/1948 EATHER MALCOLM DONALD
EDWARD GEORGE EATHER
RUTH FANNY
KOGARAH

21992/1955 EATHER MARGARET
JOHN MARGARET CAMDEN

V1855231 102/1855 EATHER MARGARET INFANT

V1855231 120/1855 EATHER MARGARET INFANT

V18551402 143/1855 EATHER MARGARET INFANT

V18561805 143/1856 EATHER MARGARET
John McELLIGOTT 1797-1847
MARGARET PRENDERVILLE 1805-1866
AGE 26

40021/1965 EATHER MARGARET
NESBIT CONNOLLY
DORIS BULGER
AUBURN

5761/1865 EATHER MARGARET A
ABRAHAM EATHER 1828-1906
ELLEN FARRELL 1842-1928
RICHMOND

31638/1954 EATHER MARGARET ANN
PERCY WILLIAM
ELLEN ANN
GOSFORD

270/1856 EATHER MARGARET E
JOHN McELLIGOTT 1797-1847
MARGARET PRENDERVILLE 1805-1866
SYDNEY

15353/1964 EATHER MARGARET FLORENCE
WILLIAM
UNKNOWN
BULLI

20172/1942 EATHER MARIA AGNES
GEORGE STANFORD 1827-1915
ELIZA SHEPHERD 1847-1920
NARRABRI

30792/1943 EATHER MARIE
77 YRS RYDALMERE
RYDE

3649/1920 EATHER MARTHA Mary
JOHN RIDGE 1821-1867
CHARLOTTE MARGARET COBCROFT 1820-1906
NARRABRI

30775/1970 EATHER MARTHA RIDGE
JOSEPH RUTTER EATHER 1861-1884
CLARA RIDGE 1860-1941
BURWOOD

9499/1887 EATHER MARY
ISAAC CURTIS 1826-1887
ELIZABETH SIMS 1831-xxxx
MERRIWA

556/1901 EATHER MARY
ALFRED UDNY PASSMORE 1870-1955
FLORENCE MAY EATHER 1874-1917
BALMAIN NORTH

V1853929 119/1853 EATHER MARY
AGE 50

8461/1907 EATHER MARY
DAVID DUTCH xxxx-1873
BRIDGET CONNOR xxxx-1871
CAMDEN

V1847752 32B/1847 EATHER MARY
INFANT

8372/1867 EATHER MARY A
WILLIAM
CATHERINE
WINDSOR

9074/1894 EATHER MARY A
PATRICK HAND 1777-1827
CATHERINE HATCH 1786-1825
NARRABRI

V18471062 157/1847 EATHER MARY A
INFANT

32385/1966 EATHER MARY ALBINA
LEONARD JOHN
MARY ANN
BATHURST

16886/1964 EATHER MARY-ANN
EUGENE ALLAN
MARGARET
BALMAIN

1907/1968 EATHER MARY FRANCES
WILLIAM
MARY
SYDNEY

V18551973 43A/1855 EATHER MATILDA J
INFANT
PETER EATHER 1831-1911
CHARLOTTE EATHER WILLIAMS 1834-1918

V18551305 157/1855 EATHER MATILDA J
INFANT

5386/1919 EATHER MAUDE M
SIDNEY A
EVA E M
ANNANDALE

14947/1920 EATHER MAVIS C
EDWIN R
MABEL I
TAREE

xxxx/1983 EATHER MAX CHARLES
EDGAR WILLIAM CHARLES EATHER 1907-1973
FLORENCE RUBY WELCH 1915-2007


18468/1944 EATHER MAY
EDWARD GEORGE
ELIZABETH
MOREE

15645/1961 EATHER MAY
FRANCIS EDWARD HENRY
SARAH ANNE
NEWCASTLE

9061/1962 EATHER MAY GERTRUDE
EDWIN WARD
SUTHERLAND 86 YEARS
SYDNEY

28017/1965 EATHER MICHAEL JAMES
JOHN EATHER
ELIZA
NEWTOWN

101885/1976 EATHER MILBA PEARL
WILLIAM JABEZ SKELTON 1871-1948
EMILY ANNE COX 1874-1947
TAMWORTH

37856/1968 EATHER MILDRED ANNE
GEORGE MICHAEL QUINN 1842-1925
HARRIETT JANE GOLDBY 1846-1935
MOREE

2017/1967 EATHER MILLICENT MAY
WILLIAM SYLVESTER 1848-1915
ELIZABETH PENTON 1850-1924
SYDNEY

20794/1960 EATHER MILLICENT SARAH
THOMAS Hull BATH 1836-1890
REBECCA TURNER 1839-1887
LISMORE

17369/1966 EATHER MINNIE
CHARLES OLINZO
EMMA
ST LEONARDS

23073/1936 EATHER MINNIE
24 YRS STOCKTON
STOCKTON

25978/1941 EATHER MINNIE
CARL FREDERICK
RACHEL
MOREE

10134/1889 EATHER MIRIE G
JAMES
SARA
LITHGOW

38405/1965 EATHER MONA JOYCE
WILLIAM HUGH DOWELL
EDITH MARY COWELL
SUTHERLAND

26066/1968 EATHER MOUNTAN KENNETH
JOHN WELSLEY EATHER 1854-1945
KATE ELIZA BARWICK 1857-1933
KIAMA

31940/1960 EATHER MURIEL JEAN
LESLIE JAMES
CHARLOTTE MATILDA
WINDSOR

32034/1970 EATHER NEIL ROGAN THOMAS
JOSEPH EATHER
CATHERINE MARY J
BALMAIN


68306/1973 EATHER NEWTON STANLEY
ALBERT EATHER
HARRIETT
BANKSTOWN

22771/1946 EATHER NIGEL JOHN
PHILLIP EATHER
LORNA JEAN
WINDSOR

33473/1966 EATHER NINA
THOMAS
EMMA
GUNNEDAH

50872/1973 EATHER NITA MAUDE
JOHN
GEORGINA FRANCES
ST LEONARDS

XXXX/1977 EATHER NOEL OSWELL
KEITH HILTON EATHER
MILBA PEARL SKELTON
ADELAIDE S.A


30043/1957 EATHER NORMAN JOSEPH
THOMAS JOSEPH
MARY
NEWTOWN

21913/1979 EATHER NORMAN THOMAS
ERIC VINCENT EATHER 1892-1978
EMILY LENA LATTA

XXXX/1983 EATHER ORMOND NELSON
JAMES HILTON EATHER 1873-1950
ADA AMELIA NELSON 1866-1944
SYDNEY

31613/1970 EATHER OSWALD DUDLEY
JOHN 'JACK' CHARLES EATHER 1877-1970
THECKLA U M C JAMIESON xxxx-1937
LIVERPOOL

17340/1958 EATHER OWEN MILTON
JOHN EATHER
SARAH ALICE
AUBURN

8591/1890 EATHER PEARL
ALBERT EATHER 1863-1949
HARRIET PRATT 1869-1937
NARRABRI

16441/1974 EATHER PERCIVAL DOUGLAS
ROBERT EATHER 1848-1901
ELLEN BRYANT 1861-1901

2134/1975 EATHER PERCIVAL THOMAS
DONALD EATHER 1880-1954
GERTRUDE ELIZA MARY MCGRATH 1886-1953

5917/1879 EATHER PERCY C
JAMES EATHER 1838-1935
SARAH MARY EATHER 1843-1921
HARTLEY

5977/1905 EATHER PERCY F
CHARLES EATHER 1846-1938
ROSALIE INGHAM 1865-1950
NEWTOWN

8621/1890 EATHER PERCY R
JOHN PATRICK EATHER 1839-1916
ELLEN MARY SPENCER 1853-1946
NARRABRI

14425/1957 EATHER PERCY RICHARD
THOMAS EATHER 1843-1900
JANE BARNETT 1845-1932
NEWCASTLE

13725/1911 EATHER PETER
THOMAS EATHER 1800-1886
SARAH MCALPIN 1805-1884
BOGGABRI

11607/1940 EATHER PETER MCALPINE
PETER EATHER 1831-1911
CHARLOTTE EATHER WILLIAMS 1834-1918
NARRABRI

V18511148 157/1851 EATHER PETER T INFANT

V1851770 37B/1851 EATHER PETER T INFANT

23281/1976 EATHER PHILLIP GEORGE
GORDON PHILLIP EATHER 1885-1957
JESSIE WILSON 1889-1967

26807/1940 EATHER PHILLIPA RHODA ANN
JACK COUSINS EATHER 1912-2002
PAMELA KATE CROSTHWAITE
GUNNEDAH

24148/1955 EATHER PRUDENCE MARY
EDWARD CLYDE EATHER 1917-2001
JOAN MEGAN NUNN 1919-2004
GUNNEDAH

25078/1957 EATHER RAYMOND THOMAS
ALEXANDER EATHER 1878-1942
LINDA PEARL BRACKENREG 1881-1965
NARRABRI

11888/1894 EATHER REGINALD G
WILLIAM TOBIAS EATHER 1852-1922
CHARLOTTE STRATFORD 1854-1932
E RICHMOND

16513/1948 EATHER REGINALD JAMES
THOMAS EATHER 1866-1920
SELINA JANE SCANLAN 1864-1950
NORTH SYDNEY

17827/1946 EATHER REGINALD VICTOR
JOHN WILLIAM EATHER 1845-1915
HARRIET CLARK 1849-1928
GUNNEDAH

10255/1883 EATHER RICHARD
JOHN JAMES EATHER 1852-1920
ELIZA YATES 1853-1907
WALGETT

2723/1910 EATHER RITA
4 MONTHS PADDINGTON
PADDINGTON

12667/1921 EATHER RITA
EDWIN R
MABEL I
TAREE

V18382957 22/1838 EATHER ROBERT
AGE 38

V1838846 157/1838 EATHER ROBERT INFANT
THOMAS EATHER 1800-1886
SARAH MCALPIN 1805-1884

25405/1952 EATHER ROBERT
89 YRS
LABOURER GRAFTON
GRAFTON

7908/1881 EATHER ROBERT
THOMAS
ELIZABETH
RICHMOND

9835/1901 EATHER ROBERT
JAMES
MARY A
LITHGOW

8941/1897 EATHER ROBERT
UNKNOWN UNKNOWN
MUSWELLBROOK

8436/1941 EATHER ROBERT CARLINGTON
WILLIAM
CHARLOTTE ELIZABETH
RICHMOND

4660/1858 EATHER ROBERT
ROBERT VINCENT EATHER 1824-1879
ANN CORNWELL 1831-1889
NEWCASTLE

58003/1971 EATHER ROBERT GORDON
AGED 80 YRS DIED RICHMOND
RICHMOND

22659/1948 EATHER ROBERT ISAAC
ROBERT
MARY
PARRAMATTA

20518/1946 EATHER ROBERT JOHN
ROSS PROBYN EATHER
MARGARET EDNA
PADDINGTON

50/1879 EATHER ROBERT VINCENT
ROBERT EATHER 1795-1881
MARY LYNCH 1802-1853
DIED SYDNEY
SYDNEY

9413/1926 EATHER ROBERT W
JAMES EATHER
MABEL M
SINGLETON

32897/1967 EATHER ROLAND ALFRED
GEORGE MILTON EATHER 1864-1945
MARIA AGNES STANFORD 1868-1942
TAMWORTH

11595/1885 EATHER ROLAND C
JOHN ROLAND EATHER 1843-1923
HANNAH ANNA CROTHERS 1858-1952
WEST MAITLAND

11756/1947 EATHER ROLAND JAMES
CHARLES
MARY ANN
GUNNEDAH

13186/1949 EATHER ROLAND JOHN
JOHN PATRICK EATHER 1839-1916
ELLEN MARY SPENCER 1853-1946
INVERELL

57499/1972 EATHER RONALD
ORMOND
NINA
BURWOOD

30657/1963 EATHER RONALD CHARLES
HERBERT
MINNIE
LISMORE

29882/1954 EATHER RONALD FREDERICK
ALLAN JOSEPH
ETHEL AGNES
PETERSHAM

5593/1981 EATHER RONALD ROYSE
ROY
MABEL ISABEL

1698/1931 EATHER RONALD WILLIAM
WILLIAM HENRY EATHER 1879-1968
HILDA M MAHONEY 1892-1926
RANDWICK

28753/1960 EATHER ROSANNA
FREDERICK
SARAH
KYOGLE

9430/1875 EATHER ROWLAND
ROBERT VINCENT EATHER 1824-1879
ANN CORNWELL 1831-1889
RICHMOND

12289/1899 EATHER ROY A
ALBERT EATHER
HARRIETT
BOMBALA

15129/1969 EATHER ROYAL JOHN LESLIE
THOMAS EATHER 1866-1920
SELINA JANE SCANLAN
HAMILTON

3613/1891 EATHER ROYSTON C
HENRY CHARLES EATHER
LUCINA S
BOGGABRI

11046/1901 EATHER RUBY
CHARLES EATHER 1846-1938
ROSALIE INGHAM 1865-1950
REDFERN

13989/1910 EATHER RUBY C
ERNEST R
LILY
LITHGOW


5060/1881 EATHER RUPERT C
THOMAS J
MARY J
BATHURST

9475/1937 EATHER SARAH 'SADIE' JOSEPHINE
EDWARD WILLIAM MCKEE 1855-1930
SARAH MARY HALL 1862-1938
RANDWICK

V18411756 25B/1841 EATHER SAMUEL
AGE 54

9081/1894 EATHER SAMUEL
UNKNOWN UNKNOWN
NARRABRI

10183/1884 EATHER SAMUEL F
ROBERT EATHER
MARY
MERRIWA

7181/1872 EATHER SARAH
WILLIAM
EMMA
WINDSOR

15147/1921 EATHER SARAH AVE MARY
LITHGOW

10056/1884 EATHER SARAH
PETER MCALPIN 1768-1850
ELIZABETH ELTON 1778-1817
RICHMOND

6149/1864 EATHER SARAH A
SAMUEL EATHER 1834-1894
ELIZABETH GILES 1845-1954
WEE WAA

23565/1968 EATHER SARAH ALICE
JOHN FRAZIER 1844-1933
FANNY ELIZABETH WORRALL 1861-1940
GRAFTON

9318/1976 EATHER SARAH ALICE
ALFRED

27586/1979 EATHER SARAH DAMARIS
ALEXANDER FRATER 1859-1931
SARAH GLOVER

17559/1931 EATHER SARAH E
59 YRS (LEICHHARDT) PETERSHAM

6018/1945 EATHER SIDNEY JAMES
JAMES EATHER
SARAH
WAVERLEY

201973/1980 EATHER SIMONE
ERIC PETER
MIRIAM ELIZABETH

65116/1972 EATHER SPENCER ALLAN
DIED AT WINDSOR
IVY EATHER 1886-1977
WINDSOR

20546/1939 EATHER SPENCER JOHN
KEITH HILTON EATHER 1898-1957
MILBA PEARL SKELTON 1903-1976
TAMWORTH

40733/1966 EATHER STANLEY ROBERT
ROBERT EATHER 1848-1901
NELLIE BRYANT 1861-1901
LITHGOW

32100/1975 EATHER STANLEY ROBIN
ALLAN
EVA

5543/1940 EATHER STELLA MAY
JOSEPH ROGERS 1862-1921
MARY JANE ROBERTSON 1873-1948
RICHMOND

2797/1954 EATHER STILL-BORN MALE
RONALD JAMES EATHER
BETTY LORRAINE
NORTH SYDNEY

16357/1940 EATHER STILLBORN
WALTER BAXTER
IRENE NAOMI
TAMWORTH

2577/1947 EATHER STILLBORN
ALEXANDER
EDITH ADELAIDE
MOSMAN

5516/1936 EATHER (STILLBORN)
HORACE
DAPHNE
TAMWORTH

5602/1942 EATHER STILLBORN MALE
ATHOL THOMAS EATHER
EDNA CLARE
NARRABRI

20066/1947 EATHER STILLBORN MALE
EDWARD CLYDE EATHER
JOAN NEGAN
GUNNEDAH

11315/1943 EATHER STILLBORN MALE
RICHARD WALLACE EATHER
MARGARET JOHANNAN
NEWCASTLE

V18481083 157/1848 EATHER SUSANNAH INFANT

V1848648 33B/1848 EATHER SUSANNAH INFANT

2811/1894 EATHER SUSANNAH
UNKNOWN
UNKNOWN
BATHURST

15073/1931 EATHER SUSANNAH A
JOSEPH
JANE
TAMWORTH

12557/1960 EATHER SYDNEY
THOMAS EATHER 1836-1929
CHARLOTTE MARGARET HOWELL 1842-1899
NARRABRI

21289/1944 EATHER SYDNEY ALLEN
GEORGE (error) CHARLES EATHER 1846-1938
ROSALINA INGHAM 1865-1950
WAGGA WAGGA

3764/1937 EATHER THECKLA URSULA MURIEL C
HENRY JAMIESON
MARTHA AGNES PIPER 1872-1935
NEWTOWN

8207/1925 EATHER THELMA J
PETER M
ELLEN M
NARRABRI

10343/1898 EATHER THERESA
THOMAS LOVELEE 1840-1931
MARGARET MCNAMARA 1842-1904
NARRABRI

16321/1946 EATHER THERESA
ABRAHAM JOSEPH EATHER 1828-1906
ELLEN FARRELL 1842-1928
CANTERBURY

9802/1944 EATHER THOMAS
THOMAS EATHER 1828-1916
CAROLINE MARGARET MCKELLAR 1847-1915
KOGARAH

19119/1916 EATHER THOMAS
CHARLES EATHER 1800-1891
ANN CAIN 1797-1871
WINDSOR

7001/1874 EATHER THOMAS
ROBERT EATHER 1795-1881
MARY LYNCH 1802-1853
ORANGE

10523/1886 EATHER THOMAS
THOMAS EATHER 1764-1867
ELIZABETH LEE 1771-1860
RICHMOND

18447/1929 EATHER THOMAS
JAMES EATHER 1811-1899
MARY HAND 1815-1894
TAMWORTH

10634/1900 EATHER THOMAS
SAMUEL HEATHER/EATHER 1795-1841
MARY HEDGES alias DONOVAN 1807-1880
SINGLETON

7150/1909 EATHER THOMAS
THOMAS EATHER 1800-1886
SARAH MCALPIN 1805-1884
SINGLETON

2637/1943 EATHER THOMAS CHARLES
THOMAS EATHER 1836-1929
CHARLOTTE MARGARET HOWELL 1842-1899
GUNNEDAH

27285/1955 EATHER THOMAS DARCY
THOMAS JOSEPH EATHER 1849-1935
MARY JANE FISHBOURNE 1851-1932
BONDI

45347/1973 EATHER THOMAS GEORGE
THOMAS EATHER 1870-1944
LILLIAN ELIZABETH BRADLEY
BALMAIN

16105/1935 EATHER THOMAS J
THOMAS J EATHER 1820-1874
SUSANNAH MERRICK 1812-1894
RANDWICK

1895/1920 EATHER THOMAS J
THOMAS EATHER 1843-1900
JANE BARNETT 1845-1932
SINGLETON

25436/1956 EATHER THOMAS JOSEPH
THOMAS JOSEPH 1866-1920
SELINA JANE SCANLAN 1864-1950
NEWCASTLE

28569/1980 EATHER TREVOR NELSON
ORMOND EATHER
NINA

3456/1980 EATHER UNA ALEX
ALFRED HILL
JESSIE

11689/1966 EATHER UNNAMED BABY S/B
KEITH OSWALD
NORMA
LIVERPOOL

31404/1967 EATHER UNNAMED MALE S/B
WILLIAM KENNETH EATHER
MOIRA ALICE
BALMAIN

8848/1913 EATHER VICTOR CLAUDE
WILLIAM HENRY EATHER 1879-1968
HILDA MARY MAHONEY 1892-1926
WINDSOR

10557/1981 EATHER VINCENT JAMES THOMAS
JAMES HILTON EATHER 1872-1950
ADA AMELIA NELSON 1866-1944

31051/1957 EATHER VIOLET
CHARLES
BEATRICE HANNAH
ROCKDALE

13245/1929 EATHER VIOLET H M
WILLIAM HENRY EATHER 1879-1968
HILDA MARY MAHONEY 1892-1926
HURSTVILLE

34232/1959 EATHER WALLACE
THOMAS CHARLES EATHER 1856-1943
HANNAH MARY McGINNITY 1871-1929
GUNNEDAH

3248/1917 EATHER WALLACE G
LESLIE JAMES EATHER 1883-1940
CHARLOTTE MATILDA HANN 1890-1967
WINDSOR

21524/1919 EATHER WALTER
ROBERT VINCENT EATHER 1824-1879
ANNIE CORNWELL 1831-1889
SYDNEY

102601/1975 EATHER WALTER BAXTER
GEORGE WALTER EATHER 1875-1969
MAY GERTRUDE WARD 1876-1962

9354/1876 EATHER WALTER JOHN
THOMAS EATHER 1843-1900
JANE BARNETT 1845-1932
PATRICKS PLAIN

2836/1940 EATHER WALTER LESLIE
GEORGE EATHER 1834-1912
DORA KINSELA 1839-1915
RANDWICK

46975/1972 EATHER WARREN JAMES
BERNARD WAYNE EATHER
MARGARET
PENRITH

1857/1914 EATHER WARWICK G
CHARLES HERBERT EATHER 1872-1942
MINNIE BEITZ 1889-1941
SINGLETON

10793/1899 EATHER WILLIAM
CHARLES EATHER 1800-1891
ANN CAIN 1797-1871
ROCKDALE

11933/1915 EATHER WILLIAM
THOMAS EATHER 1800-1886
SARAH MCALPIN 1805-1884
PADDINGTON

11612/1917 EATHER WILLIAM ABEL
JAMES EATHER 1811-1899
MARY ANN HAND 1815-1894
TAMWORTH

9789/1878 EATHER WILLIAM C
EDWIN EATHER 1852-1890
CATHERINE AGNES TURNER 1855-1933
GUNNEDAH

10162/1937 EATHER WILLIAM CHARLES
CHARLES FREDERICK EATHER 1800-1959
MINNIE PAULINE JONES 1884-1924
WINDSOR

8768/1903 EATHER WILLIAM F
BERTHA EATHER
SYDNEY

10038/1947 EATHER WILLIAM HENRY
THOMAS EATHER 1843-1900
JANE BARNETT 1845-1932
MOREE

6248/1968 EATHER WILLIAM HENRY
THOMAS EATHER 1828-1916
CAROLINE MARGARET MCKELLAR 1847-1915
SYDNEY

48788/1973 EATHER WILLIAM HENRY
AGED 72 YRS DIED AT GOSFORD
GOSFORD

13089/1954 EATHER WILLIAM HERBERT
GEORGE sic]JOHN PATRICK EATHER 1839-1916
ELLEN MARY SPENCER 1853-1946
WYONG

24249/1961 EATHER WILLIAM SENIOR
WILLIAM EATHER 1832-1915
ANN SENIOR 1835-1906
CHATSWOOD

10252/1922 EATHER WILLIAM TOBIAS
ROBERT VINCENT EATHER 1824-1879
ANNIE CORNWELL 1831-1889
RICHMOND

4780/1940 EATHER WILLIAM VINCENT
JAMES JOSEPH EATHER 1821-1906
BRIDGET HARRIET HONAN 1833-1886
LISMORE

15059/1917 EATHER WILLIE
CHARLES HERBERT EATHER 1872-1942
MINNIE BEITZ 1889-1941
SINGLETON

7890/1932 EATHER WINIFRED E
SIDNEY J DOYLE
ELIZABETH
NEWTOWN

9135/1931 EATHER YVONNE ESTELLE
KEITH HILTON EATHER 1898-1957
MILBA PEARL SKELTON 1903-1976
TAMWORTH

41529/1973 EATHER ZORA MAY
AUGUST FRANCIS ALDENHOVEN 1855-1920
MARY JANE HENDERSON 1856-1905
GUNNEDAH

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HARDMAN female marriages New South Wales 1830-1963

14379/1911 14379/1911 ELSLEY ALBERT A
HARDMAN ADA
QUIRINDI
5082/1887 FLEMING JOSEPH
HARDMAN ADA
QUIRINDI
8018/1895 TUNNEY JAMES
HARDMAN ADA A
YOUNG
72/1888 HANNA EDWARD
HARDMAN AGNES M
SYDNEY
8108/1911 PARKES EDWARD
HARDMAN ALICE
SYDNEY
11464/1935 HOBBES CHARLES P
HARDMAN ALICE
SYDNEY
5304/1941 HANRATTY LESLIE
HARDMAN ALICE
ROZELLE
7535/1887 ARMSTRONG MATTHEW
HARDMAN ALICE C
YOUNG
7809/1945 O'BRIEN JOHN JOSEPH
HARDMAN ALICE CLARE
BURWOOD
7809/1945 OBRIEN JOHN JOSEPH
HARDMAN ALICE CLARE
BURWOOD
1182/1887 YORK GEORGE H
HARDMAN ALICE J
SYDNEY
1263/1933 DALTON HERBERT W
HARDMAN ALICE J
PETERSHAM
11462/1920 HINDS HAROLD G
HARDMAN ALICE M
NEWTOWN
12494/1926 12494/1926 JONES ROBERT J
HARDMAN ALICE M
WALLSEND
13715/1939 13715/1939 MITCHELL STANLEY ANDREW
HARDMAN ANN
PETERSHAM
V18351327 19/1835 WILSON JOHN
HARDMAN ANN CR ?
8785/1906 MARTIN AUGUST E C
HARDMAN ANNA L
SYDNEY
822/1869 WALMSLEY JAMES
HARDMAN ANNE
SYDNEY
13026/1937 13026/1937 BANKS KEITH ALFRED CROWLEY
HARDMAN ANNE
CHATSWOOD
16471/1915 16471/1915 HARDING HARRY
HARDMAN ANNE T
NEWTOWN
22685/1947 22685/1947 JONES CECIL HENRY
HARDMAN ANNIE
BULLI
5267/1917 DUGGAN JOHN J
HARDMAN ANNIE
MARRICKVILLE
13345/1956 13345/1956 NEWBERY EDWARD RANOLD
HARDMAN BARBARA DAWN
MOREE
25317/1962 25317/1962 DEAN EDWARD JOHN
HARDMAN BERNADETTE LOUISE A
MARRICKVILLE
10722/1955 10722/1955 PILT HELMUTH WOLFGANG
HARDMAN BESSIE
PETERSHAM
23218/1962 23218/1962 STORES NORMAN JOSEPH
HARDMAN BETH
SYDNEY
1228/1873 NORMAN RICHARD LEONARD
HARDMAN BETTY AMELIA
SYDNEY
20608/1947 20608/1947 KAY CLARENCE MAXWELL
HARDMAN BETTY CATHERINE ANGELA
MOREE
9491/1944 GRENFELL WILLIAM FRANCIS
HARDMAN BETTY JEAN
GOSFORD
10639/1961 10639/1961 BRODIGAN BERNARD FRANCIS
HARDMAN BRENDA JOY
NARRABRI
24998/1962 24998/1962 FAULDER KENNETH CHESTERTON
HARDMAN CAROL ANNE
ASHFIELD
3702/1927 PARKER GEORGE P
HARDMAN CATHERINE E
NARRABRI
1668/1880 WILLS JAMES
HARDMAN CHARLOTTE
BALMAIN
24472/1959 24472/1959 SIMMONS ROBERT KEITH
HARDMAN COLANE JUNE
ARMIDALE
8928/1954 PYERS KENNETH EDWARD
HARDMAN DAWN ALICE M
CAMPSIE
4089/1962 WYNESS IAN BRIAN
HARDMAN DEIRDRE JEAN
NORTH SYDNEY
3289/1933 EDWARDS CUTHBERT O
HARDMAN DORIS
NEWCASTLE
10791/1939 10791/1939 COLEMAN WALTER LAURENCE
HARDMAN DORIS HAZEL
NARRABRI
20172/1943 20172/1943 CLARK JOHN CHARLES
HARDMAN DORIS WILHELMINA WYATT
SYDNEY
6908/1934 GAFFNEY LAWRENCE B
HARDMAN DOROTHEA M
QUIRINDI

10432/1942 10432/1942 LEE ARTHUR LINDSAY
HARDMAN DOROTHY
ALBURY
15311/1928 15311/1928 COOK ROBERT S
HARDMAN DOROTHY A
SYDNEY
13314/1928 13314/1928 COOK ROBERT S
HARDMAN DOROTHY A
MARRICKVILLE
10820/1929 10820/1929 GROVE SIDNEY R
HARDMAN DOROTHY A
REDFERN
14087/1916 14087/1916 PEARSALL JAMES I
HARDMAN DOROTHY F
PETERSHAM
15338/1926 15338/1926 AUSTIN FREDERICK E
HARDMAN EDITH M
ROCKDALE
14576/1935 14576/1935 DOWER JOHN M
HARDMAN EDITH M
ALBURY
16916/1942 16916/1942 LONG ERNEST WILLIAM
HARDMAN EDITH MAE
REDFERN
8185/1933 BATEY HAROLD
HARDMAN EDNA
BULLI
7544/1951 MATHESON NEVILLE GEORGE
HARDMAN ELAINE
QUIRINDI
13529/1916 13529/1916 FREEMAN THOMAS A
HARDMAN ELIZABETH
NEWTOWN
4203/1881 WEARNE JOSEPH
HARDMAN ELIZABETH
HARTLEY
11167/1910 LORENZO ANTONE G
HARDMAN ELIZABETH
SYDNEY
V1849204 34C/1849 WAUGH WILLIAM
HARDMAN ELIZABETH CY
2780/1885 BINGHAM RICHARD H
HARDMAN ELIZABETH A
NEWTOWN
25304/1959 25304/1959 STUART CHARLES COLIN M
HARDMAN ELIZABETH JUNE
HURSTVILLE
10623/1905 10623/1905 TUCKEY EDWARD G
HARDMAN ELIZABETH M
TAMWORTH
454/1910 HARRIS EDWARD E
HARDMAN ELLA J
SYDNEY
23976/1942 23976/1942 WADDELL DOUGLAS FRASER
HARDMAN ELMA CLARE
NORTH SYDNEY
7102/1922 MARTIN GEORGE W
HARDMAN ELSIE
HAMILTON
7108/1922 MARTIN GEORGE W
HARDMAN ELSIE
HAMILTON
19659/1962 19659/1962 FURNESS JOHN DANIEL
HARDMAN ELSIE BERYL
NEWTOWN
10790/1925 10790/1925 VICARY REGINALD T
HARDMAN ELVA D
GLEBE
3862/1892 PAIMTER JAMES MC C
HARDMAN EMILY M
GOULBURN
7898/1926 WHITTLE ROBERT
HARDMAN ETHEL
BULLI
14469/1925 14469/1925 HENNESSY JAMES
HARDMAN ETHEL
CANTERBURY
5186/1943 THIRD HENRY SIMPSON
HARDMAN ETHEL MARGARET
PARRAMATTA
8663/1937 PENDLEBURY JOHN
HARDMAN EUNICE
BULLI
8663/1937 PENDLEBURY JOHN
HARDMAN EUNICE
BULLI
9852/1940 MCFADDEN JOSEPH JOHN
HARDMAN EVELYN MARY
ROZELLE
9852/1940 MACFADDEN JOSEPH JOHN
HARDMAN EVELYN MARY
ROZELLE
26443/1960 26443/1960 PHILLIPS BRIAN
HARDMAN FAYE MARILYN
GOSFORD
1531/1909 FERGUSON GEORGE
HARDMAN FLORENCE A
HURSTVILLE
11402/1919 CANN WILLIAM A
HARDMAN FLORENCE C
SYDNEY
332/1893 LEE JOHN
HARDMAN FLORENCE G
SYDNEY
16101/1914 16101/1914 STEWART SPENCER J
HARDMAN FLORENCE M
RANDWICK
1229/1873 THOMPSON ROBERT LUTHEAD
HARDMAN FRANCES ELIZABETH
SYDNEY
21364/1962 21364/1962 WELCH HARVEY ERNEST
HARDMAN GAIL CAROLINE
HAMILTON
5086/1950 BAIN JOHN HUGH
HARDMAN GLADYS ELIZABETH
MARRICKVILLE
15279/1932 15279/1932 COULTON DAVID E
HARDMAN GRACE L
NORTH SYDNEY
2593/1859 WARNER JOSEPH S
HARDMAN HANNAH
PARRAMATTA
28153/1958 28153/1958 PURKISS ROSLYN ERNEST
HARDMAN HAZEL ANN
ARMIDALE
12263/1924 12263/1924 CASEY JOHN J
HARDMAN HELEN
NEWCASTLE
3406/1917 FREEBAIRN ANDREW
HARDMAN HESTER
SYDNEY
15763/1916 15763/1916 HAMMOND ALFRED B
HARDMAN IRENE
QUIRINDI
14872/1933 14872/1933 BOYLE JOHN W
HARDMAN IRINE S
NARRABRI
8218/1950 CAMPBELL BRUCE MILLIS
HARDMAN IRIS JEAN
SYDNEY
3218/1950 CAMPBELL BRUCE MILLIS
HARDMAN IRIS JEAN
PETERSHAM
10319/1942 10319/1942 STREET MAXWELL NORMAN
HARDMAN JEAN
SYDNEY
11969/1959 SMALLPIECE PETER ANSELL
HARDMAN JEAN MARGARET
GUNNEDAH
6923/1938 BURFOLD JOHN GORMLEY
HARDMAN JOAN DOROTHEA
ASHFIELD
26497/1962 26497/1962 WALSH JOHN PATRICK
HARDMAN JOAN MARGARET
BURWOOD
18607/1934 18607/1934 WELLARD HENRY H
HARDMAN JOAN R
QUIRINDI
8919/1940 JOSE DONALD GEORGE
HARDMAN JOYCE HEATHER
CHATSWOOD
11921/1946 SKEWES JOHN WILLIAM
HARDMAN JOYCE MAXENE
HAMILTON
6500/1937 CULLOTY DENIS
HARDMAN JULIA
REDFERN
18122/1958 18122/1958 PEARSALL BEDE SIDNEY
HARDMAN JUNE EDITH
ROCKDALE
24759/1948 24759/1948 HUNTINGTON ARTHUR JAMES
HARDMAN JUNE MARGARET
CHATSWOOD
13079/1915 13079/1915 MIDDLETON GEORGE A
HARDMAN LAVINA W
ARMIDALE
2904/1924 BARRON WILLIAM J
HARDMAN LILA E
PADDINGTON
8108/1944 HARRIS ROBERT
HARDMAN LILIAN SARAH DARDANELLA
BATHURST
2819/1958 COATS BRIAN FRANCIS
HARDMAN LITA CORDELIA
CHATSWOOD
12766/1919 12766/1919 WALSH FRANCIS P
HARDMAN LOIS
BULLI
10533/1960 10533/1960 POUNDER RONALD ARTHUR
HARDMAN LOIS ELAINE
GOSFORD
9492/1942 DELANEY DOUGLAS GLEN
HARDMAN LORNA MADGE
SYDNEY
8365/1928 FLYNN JAMES F
HARDMAN LOUISA
GOSFORD
743/1911 SQUIRES JOSEPH A
HARDMAN LUCY A
ARMIDALE
24527/1960 24527/1960 WILSON GEORGE EDWARD
HARDMAN LUCY AVERIL
BURWOOD
2413/1888 JONES THOMAS H
HARDMAN LUDIA
ST PETERS
6688/1938 LLOYD CECIL LEO TYNDALE
HARDMAN MAISIE EDNA
SYDNEY
5317/1949 MITCHELL GARTH MILES
HARDMAN MARCIA JOY
GOSFORD
16151/1920 16151/1920 WAYLAND SEPTIMUS P
HARDMAN MARGARET
NEWTOWN
5920/1952 BAIRSTON DOUGLAS BROOK
HARDMAN MARGARET AILEEN
NARRABRI
3939/1955 HUGHES BRIAN EDWARD
HARDMAN MARGARET ANN
ROCKDALE
7243/1961 STODDART ALLAN WARREN
HARDMAN MARGARET ANN
ISLINGTON
20863/1952 20863/1952 WILLIAMS DAVID ROLAND
HARDMAN MARGARET CLARE
FIVE DOCK
23489/1942 23489/1942 COHEN CLARENCE KNIGHT
HARDMAN MARGARET ETHEL AFFLECK
MUDGEE
2975/1891 SARGEANT GEORGE E
HARDMAN MARGARET M
BROKEN HILL
971/1873 ENRIGHT MICHAEL
HARDMAN MARIA
SYDNEY
5609/1940 BECKLEY ALBERT EDWARD
HARDMAN MARJORIE MAY
NEWCASTLE
5897/1891 MACGRATH JAMES
HARDMAN MARY A
NEWTOWN
5897/1891 MCGRATH JAMES
HARDMAN MARY A
NEWTOWN
4163/1881 LANGFORD HENRY
HARDMAN MARY ANN
HARTLEY
5251/1882 WILLIAMSON CHARLES DAVID
HARDMAN MARY ANN
WEST MAITLAND
3898/1939 BOOTH THOMAS LEONARD
HARDMAN MARY CECILIA
BURWOOD
3337/1930 RULE FREDERICK G
HARDMAN MARY E
YOUNG
8951/1947 RODWELL LESLIE JOHN
HARDMAN MARY EILEEN
BALMAIN
820/1873 WELLS GEORGE SYDNEY COLE
HARDMAN MARY ELIZABETH A
SYDNEY
8481/1948 SADLER OSWALD JOHN
HARDMAN MARY FRANCES
NEWTOWN
18508/1928 18508/1928 PETTERS WALTER R
HARDMAN MARY H
NARRABRI
53/1866 DELEND THOMAS P
HARDMAN MARY J
SYDNEY
18303/1959 18303/1959 ARNOLD IAN ROBERT
HARDMAN MARY ROSE
PARRAMATTA
13138/1932 13138/1932 THOMSON HOWARD C W
HARDMAN MAVIS E
SYDNEY
16874/1920 16874/1920 RUSSELL EDWARD P
HARDMAN MAY M L
CANTERBURY
16763/1945 16763/1945 FRANKEL WILLIAM TURNBULL
HARDMAN MERYL MAVIS
NORTH SYDNEY
7866/1959 STINSON EDWARD RAY
HARDMAN MYRA BEATRICE
SYDNEY
11710/1932 GRAHAM HAROLD F
HARDMAN NELL W
NEWCASTLE
21848/1958 21848/1958 DOYLE JOHN LAURANCE
HARDMAN NOELEEN BERYL
SYDNEY
4978/1946 BRECKENRIDGE RAYMOND JOHN
HARDMAN NORMA DOREEN
MEREWETHER
8073/1926 WILLIAMS PERCIVAL L
HARDMAN OLIVE
WOLLONGONG
5359/1960 DOUGLASS JOHN HENRY M
HARDMAN PATRICIA BEULAH
PARRAMATTA
13206/1950 13206/1950 FINN ROBERT CHARLES
HARDMAN PATRICIA MARGARET
NARRABRI
20864/1962 20864/1962 AYERS ANTHONY PELHAM
HARDMAN PAULINE FRANCES
NORTH SYDNEY
9360/1948 MICHELSEN DARCY GEOFFREY
HARDMAN PAULINE RAY
GOSFORD
12836/1923 12836/1923 CARTER ARTHUR K
HARDMAN PEARLIE
WAVERLEY
5017/1953 BANNISTER TREVOR
HARDMAN PHILLIPA ELIZABETH
BONDI
13055/1925 13055/1925 BAKER HARRIE LILLIAN
HARDMAN ROBERT R
MANLY
5065/1962 FARLEY RONALD KENNETH
HARDMAN ROSALIND LORRAINE
RYDE
12962/1915 12962/1915 HOBBS ALFRED C
HARDMAN RUBY E
HAMILTON
15042/1936 15042/1936 JONES HERBERT STANLEY
HARDMAN RUBY LAVINIA
MARRICKVILLE
18668/1926 18668/1926 WOOLF LOUIS
HARDMAN RUBY P
QUIRINDI
4923/1913 FITZGIBBONS PATRICK
HARDMAN SARA
NEWTOWN
803/1866 WARNER JOSEPH
HARDMAN SARAH
SYDNEY
V1852183 85/1852 NOIST THOMAS P
HARDMAN SARAH
IA
V185430 86/1854 NANCARROW HENRY W
HARDMAN SARAH
IK
989/1862 HEYWOOD JOSEPH T
HARDMAN SARAH ANN
BALMAIN
7379/1891 WISEMAN ALFRED
HARDMAN SARAH J
ST PETERS
27393/1951 27393/1951 MAGANN KEITH RONALD
HARDMAN SHIRLEY MARION
NARRABRI
1324/1872 LICENCE JERMYA J
HARDMAN SOPHIA
ST LEONARDS
1324/1872 JERMYN JOSEPH L
HARDMAN SOPHIA
ST LEONARDS
14580/1946 14580/1946 TIMMINS JOHN HENDERY
HARDMAN SYLVIA MARY JOY
QUIRINDI
20721/1941 20721/1941 WALKER ALLAN HARVEY
HARDMAN SYLVIA MAY
BURWOOD
8843/1928 KELLY ATHOL J
HARDMAN THELMA I
NARRABRI
15715/1934 15715/1934 BUCKLEY EDWARD A
HARDMAN THELMA M
CHATSWOOD
20081/1961 20081/1961 GREEN JACK
HARDMAN THELMA MERLE
ROCKDALE
2962/1917 PENGILLEY WILLIAM R
HARDMAN VERA C M
QUIRINDI
17439/1928 17439/1928 MOULTON KIRTON B
HARDMAN VERA M
MARRICKVILLE
23581/1940 23581/1940 SCOTT GORDON ALLAN
HARDMAN VERONICA MAY
PETERSHAM

HARDMAN male marriages in New South Wales 1814-1963

248/1864 HARDMAN ABEL
RING SOPHIA
SYDNEY

10051/1960 HARDMAN ALAN
KENTWELL JANICE JUNE
WARREN

1934/1954 HARDMAN ALAN FRANCIS
COTTER PATRICIA MARGARET
CAMPSIE

13217/1932 HARDMAN ALBERT
RYAN ALICE E SYDNEY

266/1933 HARDMAN ALBERT E
ROBINSON OLIVE B
SYDNEY

4112/1908 HARDMAN ALBERT J
CLARE NELLIE D V
BALMAIN NORTH

10258/1909 HARDMAN ALBERT R
MCGURRAN LUCY L
SYDNEY

4883/1889 HARDMAN ALEXANDER
WALLACE SOPHIA J
QUIRINDI

3361/1915 HARDMAN ALFRED E
BATH EVA M H
GLEN INNES

6590/1885 HARDMAN ALFRED E
RYMAN SARAH ANN
ARMIDALE

11790/1951 HARDMAN ALFRED JAMES
WILSON SHEILA VALMAI
MOREE

4024/1939 HARDMAN ALLEN WATSON
KERRIDGE MYRA BEATRICE
MARRICKVILLE

26639/1949 HARDMAN ALLEN WATSON
SHIELDS THELMA MAVIS
BURWOOD

4520/1938 HARDMAN ALTON VICTOR
GRAYSON ALMA
NARRABRI

15107/1950 HARDMAN ARTHUR
BLANCH WINIFRED CAROLINE
ROCKDALE

6511/1945 HARDMAN ARTHUR
SACRE JANE ELIZABETH
SYDNEY

12854/1930 HARDMAN ARTHUR
SMITH IDA M
HAMILTON

8363/1917 HARDMAN ARTHUR E
BARNES RACHEL I
QUIRINDI

9098/1952 HARDMAN ARTHUR JAMES
HORWOOD BERYL HOPE
BURWOOD

8546/1938 HARDMAN BERKLEY JOHN
THOMAS ELLA JEAN
NORTH SYDNEY

17869/1961 17869/1961 HARDMAN BRYCE MATTHEW
WELCH KATHRYN WILMA
ASHFIELD

26439/1960 HARDMAN BRYAN LESLIE
KUIPER KITTY
GOSFORD

11924/1925 HARDMAN CECIL A
READING MURIEL
GUNNEDAH

915/1918 HARDMAN CECIL J
BAILEY JOHANNA
REDFERN

26007/1948 HARDMAN CHARLES GREGORY
VAUGHAN VIOLET EMILY
BROKEN HILL

5716/1908 HARDMAN CLAUDE W
WATSON EDITH H
PETERSHAM

2002/1938 HARDMAN CLAUDE WILLIAM
SNAPE MERLE THERLENE
QUIRINDI

6616/1906 HARDMAN CLEMENT O
STOKELD HANNAH
BALMAIN SOUTH

21476/1941 HARDMAN CLIFTON
WOODHOUSE WEBBER MARJORIE CORAL
SYDNEY

131/1960 HARDMAN DAVID GERARD
DEMPSTER NOELENE TERESE
SYDNEY

1501/1947 HARDMAN DAVID PHILIP
MERRETT ELAINE
CHATSWOOD

21791/1962 21791/1962 HARDMAN DESMOND ARTHUR
COOPER HELEN ANN
ARMIDALE

5300/1954 HARDMAN DONALD FRANCIS
GEORGE SHEILA
LAMBTON

13669/1952 HARDMAN DOUGLAS ALFRED T
GOUDIE LORNA JEAN
BONDI

615/1945 HARDMAN DUDLEY JAMES
ERWIN AUDREY THELMA
SYDNEY

1007/1888 HARDMAN EDWARD
BRADLEY SUSAN
SYDNEY

6316/1905 HARDMAN EDWARD A
EVANS ETHEL M
ARMIDALE

4472/1957 HARDMAN EDWARD PETER
FULLER MARILYN CATHERINE
ROCKDALE

16367/1938 HARDMAN EDWARD ROY
NEAL BESSIE
NEWTOWN

15920/1930 HARDMAN EDWARD S J
NEIL ETHEL M
ARMIDALE

15032/1925 HARDMAN EDWIN W
FRENCH ELIZABETH
WAVERLEY

12396/1951 HARDMAN ERIC
HUNT DELMAR ELIZABETH
HAMILTON

3123/1913 HARDMAN ERNEST
MITCHELL EMILY A
ROCKDALE

12929/1934 HARDMAN ERNEST R
BLENCOWE OLIVE R
ARMIDALE

6483/1892 HARDMAN FRANCIS H
THRIFT MARTHA A
QUIRINDI

27203/1963 27203/1963 HARDMAN FRANCIS JAMES
PAINE JANICE ANN
YOUNG

16373/1962 16373/1962 HARDMAN FRANK CLIFTON
MACMANUS RONDA JOYCE
SYDNEY

16373/1962 16373/1962 HARDMAN FRANK CLIFTON
MCMANUS RONDA JOYCE
SYDNEY



7353/1915 HARDMAN FRANK E
MEAKER ANNIE E WAVERLEY

9656/1940 HARDMAN GEORGE
DICKENS MAVIS
WINIFRED HURSTVILLE

11666/1958 HARDMAN GEORGE ALFRED
HOOKE VERA
SUTHERLAND

18707/1937 HARDMAN GEORGE ALFRED
O'SHEA IRENE MAY
NARRABRI

24011/1940 HARDMAN GEORGE FREDERICK
SCANLON ELLEN BERNADETTE
ASHFIELD

5591/1905 HARDMAN GEORGE H
LUNN FLORENCE C
WICKHAM

13305/1950 HARDMAN GEORGE HENRY
MERCIER LINA FLORENCE
CONCORD

9952/1959 HARDMAN GERALD WILLIAM
FORAN AUDREY MAY COWRA

5346/1954 HARDMAN GORDON ALFRED T
LYNCH RITA MAY
ORANGE

17003/1923 HARDMAN HARLEY E
NEYLE FLORENCE K
QUIRINDI

3640/1944 HARDMAN HARLEY EDWARD
DENT IRIS JEAN
MANLY

16470/1924 HARDMAN HAROLD C
BROOKS RHODA E M
MOREE

20817/1939 HARDMAN HAROLD EDWARD
MURPHY DORA WINNIFRED
AUBURN

20617/1939 HARDMAN HAROLD EDWARD
MURPHY DORA WINNIFRED
ROCKDALE

2270/1913 HARDMAN HAROLD V
HINDS ESTHER F
NARRABRI

8991/1948 HARDMAN HAROLD VICTOR
HAYES IRENE ELIZABETH
NARRABRI

5099/1933 HARDMAN HARRY
TAYLOR MAY SYDNEY

19093/1955 HARDMAN HARRY FREDERICK
RICHARDSON EILEEN ILMA
GRAFTON

10198/1914 HARDMAN HARRY G
SCOTT VALENA U M
ST PETERS

1428/1879 HARDMAN HENRY
DEMPSEY RACHEL
BALMAIN

2165/1891 HARDMAN HENRY
BURNHAM SARAH
ARMIDALE

4385/1895 HARDMAN HENRY J
GLOVER ETHEL M
SYDNEY

7267/1908 HARDMAN HENRY J M
CLARE ALMA M
BALMAIN NORTH

24807/1945 HARDMAN HENRY WALLACE
THOMPSON JOAN MABEL
WAVERLEY

17775/1946 HARDMAN HENYR JAMES
METCALFE BEECH ROBINA CECILIA
BALMAIN

16570/1958 HARDMAN HERBERT LESLIE
HALES JEAN ALICE
BALMAIN

15577/1941 HARDMAN HERBERT LESLIE
BUCKLEY GLORIA MARY DRUMMOYNE

14311/1936 HARDMAN HILTON HAROLD
DENNING ROSA ALICE
NARRABRI

8456/1951 HARDMAN HUBERT FRANCIS
TRATHEN OLIVE MAY SYDNEY

9825/1916 HARDMAN HUBERT J
COWDEROY HELEN L
NEWTOWN

5073/1939 HARDMAN HUBERT JOSEPH
DOHERTY OLGA HAZEL
NEWTOWN

9491/1935 HARDMAN JACK
HILLIER DOROTHY M GOSFORD

6500/1949 HARDMAN JACK WILLIAM ARTHUR
HOGAN JULIA PATRICIA
YOUNG

1041/1863 HARDMAN JAMES
BYRNE TERESA MARY
SYDNEY

2650/1884 HARDMAN JAMES
RYAN SARAH
NEWTOWN

8479/1904 HARDMAN JAMES
FAULKNER LUCY A ARMIDALE

516/1872 HARDMAN JAMES
PURDIE JESSIE G
SYDNEY

7099/1901 HARDMAN JAMES A
SADLER CATHERINE E
NARRABRI

13132/1943 HARDMAN JAMES CLYDE
LARKINS KATHLEEN
TAMWORTH

7701/1916 HARDMAN JAMES W
CONLAN RACHAEL A
QUIRINDI

3180/1872 HARDMAN JAMES WILLIAM
TRASK LOUISA
PATRICKS PLAIN

V184514877/1845 HARDMAN JOHN
BROWN MARY J
Windsor Presbyterian

6051/1913 HARDMAN JOHN
MAGEE ELEANOR A CHATSWOOD

822/1904 HARDMAN JOHN A
HUDSON LILLIAN M
BOURKE

25361/1948 HARDMAN JOHN CORNELIUS
ALDRED DOREEN VERONICA
ROCKDALE

22192/1949 HARDMAN JOHN FRANCIS
BUCKLEY RITA
NEWTOWN

3242/1903 HARDMAN JOHN H
WHITE CLARA
BOWRAL

21143/1955 HARDMAN JOHN JOSEPH
RYAN LEONIE ANNE
SYDNEY

16864/1940 HARDMAN JOHN KETHEL
KEARY BEATRICE DOROTHY
RANDWICK

4172/1928 HARDMAN JOHN T
WOOD VERA A
YOUNG

3277/1935 HARDMAN JOSEPH G
GORDON HELEN S
BURWOOD

5481/1890 HARDMAN JOSEPH J
DOWLING ELLEN
NEWTOWN

26077/1955 HARDMAN KEITH NEIL
WALL GLORIA MAY
ARMIDALE

16898/1950 HARDMAN KENNETH ROBERT
HATTON JOYCE MONICA MARY
PADDINGTON

11497/1921 HARDMAN LAURENCE M
PAYNE MINNIE E A
BALMAIN SOUTH

8190/1946 HARDMAN LEO HENRY
CROWE EVELYN EILEEN YOUNG

11199/1929 HARDMAN LESLIE
WRAY MARTHA V
HURSTVILLE

16989/1922 HARDMAN LESLIE F
HEYWOOD GLADYS E
MUSWELLBROOK

839/1913 HARDMAN LESLIE K
CARLSON JESSIE A
BALMAIN NORTH

10472/1917 HARDMAN LESLIE R
PADGHAM LOUISA
HURSTVILLE

6257/1948 HARDMAN LOUIS LIONEL
WHEELER PHYLLIS RAE
NARRABRI

28162/1958 HARDMAN LYNDON ROY
VEALE JUDITH MAE
ARMIDALE

V1855212 82/1855 HARDMAN MARK
THOMPSON MARGARET M
Newcastle

13815/1947 HARDMAN MAURICE CLARE
CORNISH ROBINA MARY
MAYFIELD

9573/1959 HARDMAN MAXWELL JAMES
WILLIAMS PAMELA DAWN
ARMIDALE

4179/1949 HARDMAN MAXWELL TERENCE
SCULLY SHIRLEY PATRICIA
HAMILTON

16554/1942 HARDMAN NEVILLE JAMES
RYAN MARGARET JEAN
QUIRINDI

19187/1958 HARDMAN NEVILLE ROBERT
ALLARD YVONNE BEARTRICE
NARRABRI

5017/1963 HARDMAN NOEL ANTHONY
HUGHES PATRICIA
ROCKDALE

7270/1935 HARDMAN NOEL H
MCWHIRTER ELSIE
DRUMMOYNE

7270/1935 HARDMAN NOEL H
MACWHIRTER ELSIE B
DRUMMOYNE

11986/1960 HARDMAN NOEL RODNEY
COOK MURIEL MARY BURWOOD

19952/1941 HARDMAN NORMAN RAY
DAWSON ONAS GERTRUDE
NARRABRI

8501/1940 HARDMAN NORMAN WILLIAM
FITZGERALD BERYL IRENE
PETERSHAM

22074/1939 HARDMAN OWEN BENODICT
WALSH CATHERINE PARRIE
RANDWICK

20112/1937 HARDMAN PAUL FRANCIS
AFFLECK MITCHELL ANNE
BURWOOD

3577/1928 HARDMAN PERCY C
FORBES PEARL
LAMBTON

3940/1946 HARDMAN PHILIP VAUGHAN
THOMPSON JEAN ELVA
HURSTVILLE

15817/1953 HARDMAN RALPH GRAHAM
MEARES BRENDA JOAN D
PADDINGTON

9248/1949 HARDMAN RAYMOND BEDE
DOBSON RUBY JEAN
AUBURN

13972/1963 13972/1963 HARDMAN RAYMOND JOHN
MULHEARN JANICE PATRICIA
HAMILTON

7529/1916 HARDMAN REGINALD C
WOODHOUSE GEORGINA
BULLI

18846/1940HARDMAN REGINALD RICHARD
JACK OSA MARIE LOUISE
RYDE

981/1869 HARDMAN RICHARD
WALSH MARGARET
SYDNEY

15465/1923 HARDMAN RICHARD
PATRICK MARY L
CARCOAR

16122/1913 HARDMAN RICHARD
WHITE GERTRUDE A
MARRICKVILLE

6072/1891 HARDMAN RICHARD J
THOMSON ELIZABETH
NEWTOWN

10958/1911 HARDMAN RICHARD J
WEBSTER LUCY F WATERLOO

2397/1872 HARDMAN ROBERT
GRAYSON MARY J
INVERELL

2424/1888 HARDMAN ROBERT
DEAN SARAH A
ST PETERS

1362/1893 HARDMAN ROBERT B
OCONNOR ELIZABETH
SYDNEY

11717/1930 HARDMAN ROBERT P
PARROCK JEANETTE L NARRABRI

2843/1902 HARDMAN ROBERT R
MCPHERSON CAROLINE A
SYDNEY

2843/1902 HARDMAN ROBERT R
AFFLECK ADA
SYDNEY

24146/1963 24146/1963 HARDMAN RODERICK GEORGE
MADDERN ANNETTE ROBYN
SYDNEY

8678/1906 HARDMAN ROGER B
OLOUGHLIN ANNIE
SYDNEY

8175/1935 HARDMAN ROGER J
O'CONNOR ELSIE M
MARRICKVILLE

5926/1951 HARDMAN RONALD CLYDE
HOLLAND EDNA ELLEN MOREE

1421/1894 HARDMAN SAMUEL W
STRONG MARY
SYDNEY

15806/1941 HARDMAN STANLEY JAMES
CALLAGHAN RITA MAY
YOUNG

18630/1953 HARDMAN STEPHEN PHILLIP
CLEARY MARGARET FRANCES
WINDSOR

2280/1961 HARDMAN TERRENCE JOHN
KUNZE SANDRA LOIS
MARRICKVILLE

13303/1943 HARDMAN THOMAS
TEARE DOROTHY EDITH
WAGGA WAGGA

V18391510 162A/1839 HARDMAN THOMAS
PARKER ELIZABETH
Raymond Terrace

5214/1895 HARDMAN THOMAS
BYRNES ANNIE
MARRICKVILLE

2826/1867 HARDMAN THOMAS
LENNARD MARIA
PATRICKS PLAIN

V1845104173B/1845 HARDMAN THOMAS H
HERON ELIZABETH R
Scots Church Sydney

10885/1953 HARDMAN THOMAS JAMES
COLLINS MARJORIE LEONIE
YOUNG

11442/1939 HARDMAN THOMAS JAMES
TURNER JANET LANG
TAMWORTH

3623/1924 HARDMAN THOMAS M
FORD CATHERINE E
TAMWORTH

11508/1908 HARDMAN THOMAS M
NOLAN ADA A
NARRABRI

V1845538 77/1845 HARDMAN THOMAS N
HIRON ELIZABETH R
Sydney, Scots Church

14239/1932 HARDMAN VICTOR E
CRAM JEAN M
CANTERBURY

13906/1941 HARDMAN VICTOR EMIL JOSEPH
FRANCE PERYL CONSTANCE
BURWOOD

13224/1953 HARDMAN VINCENT CHARLES
SIMPSON ISABELLA JOAN
KIAMA

8470/1920 HARDMAN WALTER H
DAVIS LILIAN H
GUNNEDAH

6431/1959 HARDMAN WILLIAM
FORNO LOUISE EDITH
BULLI

2520/1904 HARDMAN WILLIAM
MACLAUGHLIN MARY
YOUNG

2520/1904 HARDMAN WILLIAM
MCLAUGHLIN MARY
YOUNG

4317/1929 HARDMAN WILLIAM
SALISBURY SARAH M
BULLI

284/1959 HARDMAN WILLIAM
HUISH IRENE PATRICIA
SYDNEY

5794/1952 HARDMAN WILLIAM
KINNELL BARBARA MARY
HELENSBURGH

17392/1940 HARDMAN WILLIAM
FISHER MYRTLE MAY
YOUNG

V18141667 3A/1814 HARDMAN WILLIAM
WARTON HANNAH
Church of England Castlereagh

2286/1925 HARDMAN WILLIAM C
RYAN ANNIE J
NEWTOWN

19192/1927 HARDMAN WILLIAM E
MURPHY ELEANOR M
QUEANBEYAN

3756/1936 HARDMAN WILLIAM EDWARD
HASLAM CORDELIA AGNES
GLEBE

10088/1939 HARDMAN WILLIAM ERIC
ELDER AMY FLORENCE
HURSTVILLE

5192/1888 HARDMAN WILLIAM J
ROWLAND FLORENCE A QUIRINDI

7727/1914 HARDMAN WILLIAM J
KEOGH HAZELDELL
QUIRINDI

12091/1926 HARDMAN WILLIAM P
BRIEN GLADYS E S
MOSMAN

25459/1940 HARDMAN WILLIAM
PRESTON VENESS BETH
MEREWETHER

5791/1892 HARDMAN WILLIAM R
HANNAN ELLEN
NEWTOWN

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