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August Albert SCHAARE + Metha Katrine HOLM - Norsewood, New Zealand

August Albert SCHAARE
- he was born about 1862
- he married Metha Katrine HOLM in 1892
- their children were:
1893 Bertha Henrietta Schaare
- died 1894 aged 2 months
1895 Gertrude May Schaare
- Gertrude did not marry
- she died 13th Sept 1943 aged 48
- she is buried PLOT 3, BLOCK E, ROW 2 at Norsewood Cemetery
1897 Reuben Herbert Schaare
- he was a Farmer
- he lived in Garfield Rd, Makotuku, Dannevirke
- he died 7th June 1982 aged 84
- buried PLOT ?, BLOCK D, ROW 1 at Norsewood Cemetery

August died 11th Septmeber 1910 aged 48
- he is buried in PLOT ?, BLOCK Pioneer 2, ROW 2 at Norsewood
- HEADSTONE reads:
August Albert
beloved husband of M K SCHAARE
died 11 September 1910 aged 48 years
Metha Katrine
beloved wife of A A SCHAARE
died 10 February 1958 aged 85 years

Metha Katrine died on 10th February 1958 aged 85
- buried with August
- see headstone at husband August above

AUGUSTA, Western Australia

taken from AUGUSTA is a town on the south-west coast of Western Australia, where the Blackwood River emerges into Flinders Bay. It is the nearest town to Cape Leeuwin, on the farthest south-west corner of the Australian continent

The first Europeans to see the area were the Dutch in 1622 who named the nearby Cape "Landt van de Leeuwin" or Land of the Lioness. Flinders renamed it in 1801 as Cape Leeuwin.

Augusta was formed in 1830. In March of that year, a number of settlers, including John Molloy and members of the Bussell and Turner families, had arrived at the Swan River Colony on board the Warrior. On their arrival, the Governor of Western Australia, Sir James Stirling, advised them that most of the good land near the Swan River had already been granted, and suggested that they form a new sub-colony in the vicinity of Cape Leeuwin. The following month, Stirling sailed with a party of prospective settlers on board the Emily Taylor. After arriving at the mouth of the Blackwood River, the party spent four days exploring the area. Stirling then confirmed his decision to establish a subcolony, the settlers' property was disembarked, and the town of Augusta declared at the site.

The town was named after the daughter of King George III, Princess Augusta Sophia, by Governor Stirling.

During the 1880s an expansion of the timber industry occurred following the construction of a timber mill at nearby Kudardup and the completion of jetties at Hamelin Bay and Flinders Bay.


AUGUSTA PIONEER CEMETERY


ABINGDON, George. 11 aug 1893 aged 21 years. Drowned. Died Augusta, burial place unknown.
ADAMS, Infant girl. 3 Aug 1912 stillborn

BRADY, William. 14 Nov 1873 aged 21 years. Drowned. Died Augusta, burial place unknown.
BRENNAN, Mary Patience. 14 Sep 1888 aged 13 months
BRENNAN, Mary. Daughter of G and E. 14 Sep 1888 aged 13 months

CROTTY, James Henery. Son of James and Louisa. 24 Jun 1881 aged 1 year 8 months
CROTTY, James Henry. 24 Jun 1881 aged 20 months

DAHLSTROM, Carl. 21 Nov 1869 aged 39 years. Drowned. Died Augusta, burial place unknown.
DAWSON, George. Aged 4 days. 13 May 1830
DEERE, Infant twin girls aged 9 days and 13 days. 9th and 13th Aug 1877. Daughters of Elizabeth Deere
DEERE, Elizabeth. Mother of twin girls

HEPPINGSTONE, Robert. 29 Apr 1835 aged 45 years. Drowned. Died and possibly buried Molloy Island.
HOWES, Annie. 24 Mar 1909 aged 8 hours.

JOHNSTON, Chas. 27 Oct 1895 aged 25 years. Drowned. Died Augusta, burial place unknown.

KERR, William. 27 Oct 1895 aged 25 years. Drowned. Died Augusta, burial place unknown.

LILLY, Ernest Henry. 27 Sep 1923 - 18 Jul 1967.
LUDLOW, Mildred (Kitty). 28 Dec 1833 aged 30 years

MCGREGOR, Agnes. 4 Nov 1884 aged 2 days. Died Augusta, burial place unknown.
MOLLOY, John. Infant. Died and possibly buried Molloy Island. Reburied St Mary's Busselton.
MOLLOY, Mary Elizabeth. Infant. . Died and possibly buried Molloy Island. Reburied St Mary's Busselton

ROSE, John. 27 Oct 1895 aged c27 years. Drowned. Died Augusta, burial place unknown.

SMITH, Infant. 21 Aug 1830
SMITH, Mary. 28 Mar 1835 aged 31 years. Died and possibly buried Molloy Island.

THURKLE, Hannah. 22 Oct 1872. Died Augusta, burial place unknown.

WESTON, Christina. 6 May 1883 aged 2 1/2 years. Died Augusta, burial place unknown.
WILLS, Fanny. 15 Jun 1953 aged 19 years. Daughter of Sarah. Clothers caught fire on 13 Jun). Reportedly buried in the old cemetery, Part of JW Turner's original town grant, lot c. 1830
WILLS, Sarah. 13 Jun 1853 aged 54 years. Reportedly buried in the old cemetery, Part of JW Turner's original town grant, lot c. 1830
WRIGHT, William. 14 Nov 1873 aged 37 years. Drowned.. Died Augusta, burial place unknown.

Augustine Warner I (1610-1674) and Warner Hall

most of the followng was taken from
Augustine Warner I (1610-1674)


AUGUSTNE WARNER I was born on November 28, 1610 in Norwich, England. He was one of the first Virginia Immigrants to sail to the New World under Captain Adam Thouroughgood in 1628.

The Warner family settled along the Piankatank River.
As some of the Warners moved into Maryland, Augustine Warner I, who received the earliest known land grant in Gloucester in 1635, was most influential in establishing a Gloucester settlement, later to become Gloucester County by 1651.
Augustine's wife Mary TOWNLEY immigrated to Virginia in 1638 by The Charles River Company. As Augustine's acquisition of land increased, so did his political influence in the area. He became important in government and a man of respect in the county.

- In 1642 Augustine Warner's wife gave birth to their second child on July 3, Augustine II.

By the 1650's, Augustine Warner had acquired over one thousand acres through land grants spanning Virginia, it has been rumored that he was granted nearly 33,333 acres total throughout Gloucester County. This may have included land covering the entire North side of the Severn River, out to the Mobjack Bay Finally, he became politically influential. Captain Warner was a member of the King's Council of the Royal Governor of Virginia until his death. This included being Justice and Burgess of York and Gloucester Counties between 1652 and 1658. This enabled him to advise the Governor on many important matters. He was named Speaker of the House and known as Speaker Warner at this time. He became Captain of the Virginia Militia and received commission from the Governor "Gentlemen." He aided the Dutch with the attacks on the Virginia Fleet of Hampton Roads. Augustine Warner was also famous for giving handsome service of communion plate to Abingdon Parish as well. He was considered an important man of the county as "Mister" was a term of respect. "Ordinary people had no handle on their names."

Augustine Warner I is the great grandfather of

* GEORGE WASHNGTON (1732-1799),


as well as ancestor to

* ROBERT E. LEE (1807-1870),

* Captain MERIWETHER LEWIS (1774-1809)
and the

* Queen of England.

Warner Hall was built in 1674 on the land granted to Augustine Warner thirty plus years before. It was the first brick home built North of the York River, which included a brick stable with three chimneys, the only one in the history of Gloucester County. Warner Hall surpassed all other homes as a monument of extreme wealth and culture, as Gloucester County has always been distinguished in Virginia as the residence of a large number of families of wealth, education and good birth.
It was the home of George Washington's great grandfather, Augustine Warner I as well as his grandfather, Colonel Warner II. Betty Washington's husband, FIELDING LEWIS, was even born there.

Warner Hall is set on the northern shore of the Severn River. It reveals three centuries of architectural development on the site. Through its history several fires have damaged or destroyed the home. The first fire in 1841 destroyed the five room house and in 1845/49, the central part of the mansion burned down leaving only the two wings. These two fires were only a fraction of the amount of destruction that has happened to the house since it was first built. The house has been restored as closely as possible to the original structure and design.

The first house on the site was built in 1674, although there may have been a house or a wing on this site earlier in the 17th century; a later house was certainly built about 1740. The circa 1905 Colonial Revival core of the expansive dwelling is attached to two colonial wings, original free standing dependencies, that remain from an 18th century house which burned circa 1940. The 18th century west wing was enlarged and remodeled ca. 1840s probably to house the family after the center portion was destroyed by fire. It is likely that this section of Warner Hall occupies the site of the 18th century dwelling which burned. The center portion of Warner Hall is underpinned by brick and sits on a full basement, there are no basements under the wings. Four giant Ionic columns support the steep pediment. The three center bays are closed by Ionic pilasters. Greek Revival moldings are used almost exclusively throughout the structure. Laid entirely in Flemish bond, the wing was raised from its original 1-1/2 stories to two stories. The north door lost its transom during this enlargement to allow for the installation of the stair. A dwarf portico shields the center bay of the north elevation. The wing has a beveled water table, and the first floor windows are capped by gauged brick jack arches. Corbeled interior end chimneys (one original, one rebuilt) terminate the gable ends. A box cornice with returns and unmolded entablature runs the length of the north and south elevations. This single pile, center passage structure has retained much of its interior fabric. Interior walls are laid in English bond and were originally plastered. The studs with lath were probably added during the 1840s rebuilding. The center passage contains the open string, dog-leg stair which has a carved newel and handrail and two square balusters per tread. A three light transom caps the south door, and both the south and north doors are Colonial Revival replacements. Fireplace openings have been rebuilt to facilitate the installation of stoves.

Three dependencies of note, a smokehouse, dairy, and stable, are associated with Warner Hall. The 19th century smokehouse is laid in seven course American bond and is utilized for storage. Partially constructed of 18th century brick with shell mortar, the dairy shows evidence of 19th century rebuilding. Its small windows and spatial division indicate that it may have been used as a stable. The large 18th century brick stable was enlarged with a frame addition in 1903 designed by the Richmond firm Noland and Baskervill. Exterior walls of the original section are laid in Flemish bond, while interior walls are English bond. The windows were originally like those on the dairy. A beveled water table circles the structure. Notches in the plate evidence an addition, now removed.

Warner Hall remained in ownership of the Warner family and its descendants until the last century when another family bought it to preserve the old home. The land around Warner Hall today includes the house, three dependencies and a circa 1900 tenant house. The total acreage is approximately thirty eight acres.

Also adding to Warner Hall's historic interest is the potential archaeological significance of the site. Artifacts from the 17th and 18th centuries, if they are preserved on the property, could yield valuable information about the settlement and expansion of early Virginia as well as important clues to the cultural history of Warner Hall. In the vicinity of the present 20th century structure are possibly the remains of a mid 17th century house, a dwelling built by John Lewis in the 1690s, the house built by John Lewis II for Priscilla Carter Lewis in the mid 18th century, and subsequent buildings erected on the site during the 19th century. The grounds were tested for archaeological evidence by the Virginia Research Center for Archaeology in the spring of 1980, and various l8th century artifacts were unearthed. As of 1980, no full scale archaeological investigation has taken place.

Today Warner Hall with its magnificent center frame construction having columnar fronts toward the land approach and toward the Severn, and two brick wings stands as majestically as ever in its grove of centuries old trees.


Colonel Augustine WARNER II (1642-1681)

Colonel Augustine Warner II succeeded his father and became political friends with NATHANIEL BACON, who was educated at Oxford and a Barrister in London. Bacon staged the first actual American Revolution in 1676, as he organized an army of three hundred to four hundred pioneers to cope with the Indians North of the York River. He was involved in a private fur deal spanning the entire Virginia frontier. By the end of the decade, Bacon's troops had taken care of all the Indian tribes. They marched on Jamestown as Governor William Burkeley fled, and sailed to the Eastern Shore. Nathaniel Bacon and his troops soon set up their headquarters at Warner Hall after the burning of Jamestown in 1676. This Virginia Colony was in charge of matters North of the York to the Potomac River. Beyond the Potomac, lay the Maryland Colony. It was at Warner Hall, where he sent notices for the people to assemble to take the "Oath of Fidelity" of his fellow countrymen. Bacon contracted Malaria and died within a year his troops then fleeing the Colony.

Augustine Warner II inherited Warner Hall at the death of his father in 1674. He married MILDRED READE, the daughter of GEORGE READE, founder of Yorktown, and after her death, ELIZABETH MARTIAN.

Augustine II was speaker of the House of Burgesses during Bacon's Rebellion in 1676, and also was a member of the Council.

When Augustine Warner II died, he left three daughters his son dying June 19, 1681. Mary became the wife of JOHN SMITH, of Purton, on the York, and their son AUGUSTINE SMITH was said to have been one of the Knights of the Golden Horseshoe with Governor Spotswood, on his famous expedition across the Blue Ridge in 1716.

Mildred (1671-1701), another daughter of Augustine Warner II, married LAWRENCE WASHINGTON (1658-1689), of Westmoreland, and her second husband was GEORGE GALE, of Whitehaven, England, a prominent merchant who helped forge trade links between Whitehaven, England and Virginia
Her three Washington children were John, who built Highgate, Augustine, father of George Washington (first President of the United States), and Mildred. Augustine Washington married MARY HALL, and named his son George for his great grandfather, George Reade, who founded Yorktown.

Elizabeth, the third daughter of Augustine Warner II, became the wife of JOHN LEWIS and inherited Warner Hall. Their son, John Lewis II was a member of His Majesty's Council, and was prominent in the county. For generations the Lewises lived here, and members of the family emigrated to all parts of the United States. Their descendants built Belle Farm, Eagle Point, Abingdon, Severby, and Severn Hall, all in Virginia. Elizabeth and John Lewis I's grandson, Colonel Fielding Lewis, of Belle Farm, married CATHERIE WASHINGTON, and after her death married ELIZABETH WASHINGTON, also known as Betty, sister of George. He built beautiful Kenmore for her in Fredericksburg.


the WARNER HALL COLONIAL FAMILY CEMETERY

The walled family cemetery of the Warner and Lewis families is located on the Warner Hall property, southeast of Warner Hall. Access to the Graveyard is from the road North of Warner Hall and not from Warner Hall or the Driveway to Warner Hall located West of the Graveyard.
The cemetery is the final resting place for many of the Warner and Lewis family members. The family cemetery, is also the resting place for such well known ancestors of George Washington, Robert E. Lee, The Queen Mother of England, and Queen Elizabeth II.

Queen Elizabeth has visited Gloucester where she placed a wreath upon her ancestor's grave. The cemetery has thirteen graves and plaques in memory of all the family. The cemetery is owned and maintained by the Association for Preservation of Virginia Antiquities (A.P.V.A.). The A.P.V.A. acquired the cemetery at Warner Hall in 1903, since which time the Association's Gloucester Branch, now known as the Joseph Bryan Branch, has zealously maintained it.



There are thirteen graves in the Warner Hall Grave Yard. they are:
1 Mary Warner (believed to be Mary Towneley Warner), 1614 - 1662
2 Augustine Warner I, 1611 - 1674
3 Augustine Warner II, 1642 - 1681
4 Mildred Reade Warner (wife of Augustine Warner II), 1694
5 Augustine Warner III, 1666 - 1686
6 Elizabeth Warner Lewis (d/o Augustine Warner II w/o Col John Lewis), 1672 - 1719
7 Col John Lewis (s/o John & Isabella Lewis h/o Elizabeth Warner), 1669 - 1725
8 Mary Chiswell Lewis (d/o John & Elizabeth Randolph Chiswell w/o Warner Lewis II, 1748 - 1776
9 Warner Lewis II (s/o Warner Lewis I & Eleanor Bowles Gooch Lewis & grandson of Col John Lewis & Elizabeth Warner Lewis), 1747 - 1791
10 Juliana Clayton (d/o Dr. Thomas & Isabella Lewis Clayton), 1731 - 1734
11 Isabella Lewis Clayton (d/o Col John Lewis & Elizabeth Warner w/o Dr. Thomas Clayton), 1706/7 - 1742 (the dates 1706/7 is exactly what is engraved on her stone)
12 (Dr.) Thomas Clayton (h/o Isabella Lewis), 1701 - 1739
13 Caroline Lewis Barrett (d/o Warner Lewis II), 1783 - 1811

Text from a plaque (located on face of wall):

MILDRED WARNER

DAUGHTER OF
AUGUSTINE WARNER II
AND
MILDRED READE
MARRIED LAWRENCE WASHINGTON
GRANDMOTHER OF
GENERAL GEORGE WASHINGTON
DIED AT WHITEHAVEN, ENGLAND 1701
HER BODY RESTS IN
ST. NICHOLAS CHURCHYARD
WHITEHAVEN, ENGLAND

THIS TABLET PLACED IN
HER MEMORY
BY THE POCOHANTES CHAPTER
VIRGINIA SOCIETY
DAUGHTERS OF
THE AMERICAN COLONISTS
1960

the Historically Significant Descendants
of Augustine WARNER & Mary TOWNLEY

Warner Hall


Augustus Manuel HOOKER + Letty Matilda ZABELL - Carterton

AUGUSTUS MANUEL HOOKER (1859-1946)
married in 1883 to:
LETTY MATILDA ZABELL (1860-1928)
- daughter of Charles Henry ZABELL + Mary Jane SWAN of Belvedere, Carterton


AUGUSTUS & LETTY had 12 known children:

... 1
1884 - 1947 George Augustus HOOKER
- married Millicent WILSON (1886-1959) in 1913


... 2
1888 - 1911 Sarah Jane HOOKER
- married John Alexander ADAMS (1884-1963) in 1906
- died in Carterton


... 3
1891 - 1963 William HOOKER
- married Irene Emily COSSEY in 1919


... 4
1893 - 1945 Olive May HOOKER
- married Walter Leonard CLARK (1892-1948) in 1920


... 5
1894 - 1896 Edward HOOKER
- Edward died aged 17 months


... 6
1895 - 1961 Norman HOOKER
- married Mary Louisa WHITTINGTON in 1924


... 7
1897 - 1948 Myrtle Irene HOOKER
- married Joseph William FABISH (1897-1950) in 1923


... 8
1898 - ? Daisy Evaline Maud HOOKER
- married Edgar Harold BOLD (1900-1965) in 1920


... 9
1900 - 1977 Harold Robert HOOKER
- Harold died aged 77


... 10
1902 - 1965 Arthur Lurchin HOOKER
- Arthur married Dorothy May BISHELL (1905-1966) in 1929


... 11
1903 - 1962 Amy Rose HOOKER
- Amy married Augustus James BUCKLEY (1905-1983) in 1926


... 12
1908 - ? Allan Charles Cornelius HOOKER
- nothing known

AUSTIN buried HASTINGS, Hawkes Bay

the AUSTIN buried or cremated at HASTINGS, Hawkes Bay to 2007

AGNES AUGUSTA Austin (nee Palmer) of Napier
- 25 June 1951 aged 82
- daughter of Arthur Wellington & Agnes Augusta PALMER
- married Robert Henry Austin in 1892 & had 6 children

ALAN Austin of Hastings
- 6 July 1996 aged 67

ARTHUR EDWARD Austin of Hastings
- 19 Dec 1979 aged 81
- born 18 June 1898

BRUCE WILLIAM Austin of Hastings
- 18 June 2004 aged 56

CARL BENJAMIN Austin
- 18 Sep 2003 aged 84

DEREK GERALD Austin of Havelock North
- 10 July 1997 aged 75
- born in Dunedin

EDWARD PETER Austin
- 28 May 1976 aged 74

ENID VICTORIA MAY Austin (nee Webster) of Taradale
- 23 Feb 1996 aged 90
- daughter of James WEBSTER & Emily Jane HOLES
- married James Joseph Austin in 1925

EVELYN GILLESPIE Austin
- 30 Nov 1963 aged 66

FREDERICK ALFRED Austin of Napier
- 4 Oct 1959 aged 76

FREDERICK LEONARD COTTRELL Austin of Masterton
- 3 August 1984 aged 72
- son of Frederick Alfred Benjamin AUSTIN & Margaret Ann EWART
- his paternal grandmother was Sarah Ann Stapleton COTTRELL

GORDON LEO CAIRNS Austin of Napier
- 25 Sep 1992 aged 81
- 6th of 7 children of Richard John Carter AUSTIN & Annie CAIRNS

JAMES JOSEPH Austin
- 21 August 1975 aged 83

JESSIE MELBA Austin (nee Webster) of Napier
- 20 August 1994 aged 85
- daughter of James WEBSTER & Emily Jane HOLES
- married Arthur Edward Austin in 1926

JOAN SHIRLEY Austin of Hastings
- 1 February 2003 aged 72

JOHN ROSS Austin of Hastings
- 23 August 2007 aged 67

LILY ETHEL Austin of Napier
- 20 March 1985 aged 81

MARGARET ANNE Austin (nee Hughes) of Napier
- 6 June 1970 aged 83

MARY ANNIE Austin of Napier
- 27 July 1986 aged 85
- married Edward Peter Austin in 1928

MARY LOUISA Austin of Hastings
- 19 December 1947 aged 85

MARY THERESA Austin (nee O'Riordan)
- 18 November 1918 aged 33 (flu pandemic?)
- married Vincent John Henry Austin in 1913

MAUREEN HERMOINE Austin of Taradale
- 15 December 2002 aged 77

MAURICE ARTHUR Austin of Hastings
- 15 October 1988 aged 56

MYRTLE Austin of Hastings
- 3 August 1982 aged 74

RAYMOND JAMES Austin of Hastings
- 31 December 1984 aged 48

ROBERT HENRY Austin of Napier
- 24 May 1950 aged 83

ROBERT JOHN Austin of Hastings
- 3 July 1980 aged 79
- son of James AUSTIN & Annie STEVENSON
- buried with Myrtle

VINCENT JOHN HENRY Austin
- 30 June 1972 aged 87

WILLIAM Austin of Napier
- 2 September 1958 aged 95

PHOTO
Mary Theresa Austin

Plot 365, Block E at Hastings cemetery


AUSTIN buried in KARRAKATTA Cemetery West Australia

AUSTIN buried Karrakatta & other Perth Cemeteries:


NAME - AGE - YEAR OF DEATH - SUBURB

AUSTIN ADA JANE 76 years 1963 BAYSWATER
AUSTIN AGNES EMMA 71 years 1947 EAST PERTH
AUSTIN AGNES FREDA 0 years 1903 SOUTH FREMANTLE
AUSTIN AGNES MAISIE 23 years 1925 PERTH
AUSTIN AGNES SABINA 82 years 2001 COOLBELLUP
AUSTIN ALBERT EDWARD 68 years 1962 VICTORIA PARK
AUSTIN ALBERT EDWARD 71 years 1991 VICTORIA PARK
AUSTIN ALBERT EDWARD 69 years 1980 BALGA
AUSTIN ALBERT VICTOR 83 years 1984 MANNING
AUSTIN ALFRED FELIX 86 years 1961 NEDLANDS
AUSTIN ALMA BEATRICE CEBRA 89 years 2010 BAYSWATER
AUSTIN ANDREW EDMUND 79 years 1967 BALGA
AUSTIN ANN 46 years 1918 BELMONT
AUSTIN ANNIE ELIZA 89 years 1954 NORTH FREMANTLE
AUSTIN ANTHONY NELSON 67 years 1958 MT LAWLEY
AUSTIN ARCHIBALD THOMAS 72 years 1984 LATHLAIN
AUSTIN ARRON LINDSAY 0 years 1991 BELMONT
AUSTIN ARTHUR 85 years 1938 SUBIACO
AUSTIN ARTHUR 85 years 1974 VICTORIA PARK
AUSTIN ARTHUR JOHN CANNING 6 years 1905 RACECOURSE
AUSTIN AUBREY JOSEPH BRERTON 85 years 2010 EDEN HILL

AUSTIN BASIL WAKE 84 years 1972 COTTESLOE
AUSTIN BEATRICE MAUDE GLINDON 77 years 1973 BUSSELTON
AUSTIN BRIAN JAMES 19 years 1978 TWO ROCKS

AUSTIN CAROL ANN 17 years 1962 INGLEWOOD
AUSTIN CECIL ERNEST 0 years 1914 EXHUMED TO 290 BB 13
AUSTIN CELIA GERTRUDE 78 years 2005 GOSNELLS
AUSTIN CHARLES 36 years 1905 CLAREMONT
AUSTIN CHARLES EDWIN 67 years 1959 EAST VICTORIA PARK
AUSTIN CHRISTINA ADA 57 years 1918 FREMANTLE
AUSTIN CLARE BLANCHE 71 years 1963 ALBANY
AUSTIN CLARENCE RANDOLPH DAVID 75 years 1976 ROCKINGHAM
AUSTIN CLAUDE 63 years 1988 BAYSWATER
AUSTIN CYRIL LOUIS 77 years 1988 KELMSCOTT

AUSTIN DEBRA 42 years 2004 SAFETY BAY WA
AUSTIN DENNIS NORMAN 0 years 1945 NTH FREMANTLE
AUSTIN DONALD GEORGE KRIKWOOD 56 years 1976 LESMURDIE
AUSTIN DORIS CHRISTINA 68 years 1966 COLLIE
AUSTIN DORIS EDITH EILEEN 90 years 2004 HILTON
AUSTIN DORIS MARTHA 92 years 2000 KINGSLEY
AUSTIN DOROTHY 88 years 2008 SALTER POINT
AUSTIN DOROTHY CONSTANCE 80 years 2011 KINGSLEY
AUSTIN DOROTHY MARY 82 years 1971 WEST PERTH
AUSTIN DOROTHY MAY 73 years 1983 MOUNT PLEASANT
AUSTIN DOROTHY PEARL 81 years 1986 BENTLEY

AUSTIN EDWARD 54 years 1936 KALAMUNDA
AUSTIN EDWARD CHARLES 73 years 1942 BAYSWATER
AUSTIN EDWARD ROBERT CHARLES 78 years 1954 VICTORIA PARK
AUSTIN ELIZA WAI HUNG 52 years 2000 NEDLANDS
AUSTIN ELIZABETH JANE 63 years 1919 PERTH
AUSTIN ELIZABETH OLIVE 93 years 1986 BENTLEY
AUSTIN ELLEN 55 years 1919 SUBIACO
AUSTIN ELSIE LOVELY 91 years 2004 DUNCRAIG
AUSTIN EMILY THERESE 53 years 1955 GLEN FORREST
AUSTIN ERIC HERBERT 71 years 1998 NOLLAMARA
AUSTIN ERIC THOMAS 83 years 1987 BELMONT
AUSTIN ERNEST GEORGE 53 years 1949 JARDEE
AUSTIN ERNEST GEORGE 48 years 1984 JANDAKOT
AUSTIN ETHEL 69 years 1957 NORTH PERTH
AUSTIN EVA MAY 0 years 1905 SOUTH FREMANTLE
AUSTIN EZRA 85 years 1949 CLAREMONT

AUSTIN FLORENCE ALBERTA 91 years 2007 MADLEY
AUSTIN FRANCES BERNADETTE 56 years 2003 BAYSWATER
AUSTIN FRANK 73 years 2005 MT HAWTHORN
AUSTIN FRANK ARNOLD 67 years 1982 SUBIACO
AUSTIN FRANK OSBORNE HANSON 63 years 1957 GUILDFORD
AUSTIN FRED 77 years 1979 NORTH BEACH

AUSTIN GEOFF 63 years 1993 TOONGABBIE NSW
AUSTIN GEORGE 74 years 1977 BALGA
AUSTIN GEORGE EDWARD 0 years 1915 PERTH
AUSTIN GEORGE SAMUEL 79 years 1969 KALGOORLIE
AUSTIN GEORGE WILLIAM 80 years 2010 INNALOO
AUSTIN GEORGINA 91 years 1979 YOKINE
AUSTIN GRACE WASHINGTON 43 years 1911 PERTH

AUSTIN HARRY CLIFFORD 63 years 1937 EAST FREMANTLE
AUSTIN HAZEL AGNES 0 years 1922 PERTH
AUSTIN HENRY JOSEPH 67 years 1968 ST JAMES
AUSTIN HERBERT 68 years 1946 GREENMOUNT

AUSTIN IAN JOHN 48 years 1998 HAMILTON HILL
AUSTIN IDA ELLEN 94 years 1999 JOONDANNA
AUSTIN IRENE HILDA 89 years 1981 EAST VICTORIA PARK
AUSTIN IRENE POPPY 81 years 2001 LESMURDIE
AUSTIN ISABELLA 73 years 1981 ALBANY
AUSTIN IVY MILLICENT 60 years 1964 DAGLISH

AUSTIN JACK 78 years 1970 SHENTON PARK
AUSTIN JACK 89 years 2010 BAYSWATER
AUSTIN JAMES 85 years 1944 BEVERLEY
AUSTIN JAMES 48 years 1981 TWO ROCKS
AUSTIN JAMES PHILLIP 70 years 1991 FORRESTFIELD
AUSTIN JANINA 73 years 1995 CARLISLE
AUSTIN JEAN 85 years 1955 BAYSWATER
AUSTIN JEAN DOROTHY 77 years 1979 HOLLYWOOD
AUSTIN JEAN OLIVE 85 years 2003 BAYSWATER
AUSTIN JOAN TERESE 87 years 2008 COMO
AUSTIN JOHN 77 years 1945 CAVERSHAM
AUSTIN JOHN 53 years 1913 ALBANY
AUSTIN JOHN ANTHONY 84 years 1996 SORRENTO
AUSTIN JOHN MOFFAT 90 years 1983 SOUTH PERTH
AUSTIN JOHN RODNEY 80 years 1956 EAST PERTH
AUSTIN JOHN THOMAS 71 years 1933 LEEDERVILLE
AUSTIN JOHN WILLIAM 58 years 1965 VICTORIA PARK
AUSTIN JULIA CECILY 59 years 1948 EAST FREMANTLE

AUSTIN KATHLEEN GRACE 77 years 1994 INGLEWOOD
AUSTIN KEITH ALBERT 70 years 2005 FERNDALE
AUSTIN KEITH CARTER 74 years 1986 LYNWOOD

AUSTIN LAWSON 43 years 1960 CLAREMONT
AUSTIN LEAH ISABEL SYLVIA 78 years 1986 YOKINE
AUSTIN LENA WILLIAMS 60 years 1956 EAST PERTH
AUSTIN LESLIE 50 years 1936 SUBIACO
AUSTIN LESLIE 61 years 1981 BALGA
AUSTIN LESLIE DOUGLAS 82 years 1981 ALFRED COVE
AUSTIN LESLIE JOHN 65 years 1966 GLEN FORREST
AUSTIN LETITIA SIBBALD 85 years 1990 GUILDFORD
AUSTIN LILY ELEANOR 67 years 1974 WEMBLEY
AUSTIN LOUIS SYDNEY 55 years 1933 EAST FREMANTLE
AUSTIN LYNNE ELIZABETH 56 years 2009 PERTH

AUSTIN MALCOLM LEO 52 years 1953 NEDLANDS
AUSTIN MARGARET DARLEY 61 years 1977 BELMONT
AUSTIN MARGARET ELIZABETH 72 years 2000 SAFETY BAY WA
AUSTIN MARGUERITE DAISY 83 years 1966 VICTORIA PARK
AUSTIN MARTHA SUSAN 74 years 1951 MT HENRY
AUSTIN MARY 71 years 1961 CLAREMONT
AUSTIN MARY EILEEN 85 years 2010 EAST FREMANTLE
AUSTIN MAUD WINIFRED 81 years 1977 MAYLANDS
AUSTIN MAY 83 years 1985 CARLISLE
AUSTIN MAY VICTORIA 97 years 1982 EAST VICTORIA PARK
AUSTIN MERVYN HENRY 65 years 1988 ROCKINGHAM PARK
AUSTIN MERVYN NEVILLE 77 years 1991 CLAREMONT
AUSTIN MICHAEL LESLIE 65 years 2006 MT. LAWLEY
AUSTIN MYRTLE FIELDING 97 years 1995 SUBIACO

AUSTIN N R 0 years 1918 WOODMAN'S POINT
AUSTIN NEIL JASON 0 years 1972 ARMADALE
AUSTIN NELLIE EILEEN LOUISA 89 years 1996 BALGA WA
AUSTIN NOEL RALPH STEWART 74 years 2005 CURRAMBINE
AUSTIN NORAH 83 years 1999 KELMSCOTT

AUSTIN PEARL CECILIA 90 years 1984 SUBIACO
AUSTIN PETER FRED 62 years 2007 EDEN HILL
AUSTIN PETER JAMES 67 years 2002 JOONDANNA
AUSTIN PHOEBE ELIZABETH THERESA 91 years 1971 MOUNT PLEASANT
AUSTIN PHYLLIS ADELINE 38 years 1934 FREMANTLE
AUSTIN PRISCILLA 38 years 1908 VIC PARK

AUSTIN RAYMOND LESLIE 60 years 1978 KALGOORLIE
AUSTIN REGINALD CHARLES 65 years 1987 KARRINYUP
AUSTIN REGINALD DEREK 73 years 2002 PARKERVILLE
AUSTIN RICHARD 65 years 1940 SUBIACO
AUSTIN ROBERT 0 years 1908 SUBIACO
AUSTIN ROBERT ALBERT 64 years 1999 COOGEE
AUSTIN ROSE ALICE 69 years 1981 EAST VICTORIA PARK
AUSTIN ROSE ANN 95 years 2000 VICTORIA PARK
AUSTIN ROSE HENRIETTA 63 years 1964 MAYLANDS
AUSTIN RUBY 30 years 1925 SUBIACO
AUSTIN RUTH BETTY 74 years 1995 BALGA

AUSTIN SAMUEL HERBERT 76 years 1971 COLLIE
AUSTIN SARAH 77 years 1911 FREMANTLE
AUSTIN SARAH LOUISA 83 years 1946 CLAREMONT
AUSTIN SELWOOD CHARLES 83 years 1985 BENTLEY
AUSTIN STANLEY 0 years 1927 UNKNOWN
AUSTIN STANLEY 82 years 1984 BUSSELTON
AUSTIN STANLEY JOHN 60 years 1966 PERTH
AUSTIN STANLEY NELSON 80 years 2000 FLOREAT PARK
AUSTIN SUSAN 76 years 1967 VICTORIA PARK
AUSTIN SUSANNAH 79 years 1989 PARKERVILLE
AUSTIN SUSANNE MELANIE 30 years 2002 THORNLIE
AUSTIN SUSETTE 0 years 1933 VICTORIA PARK
AUSTIN SYDNEY 81 years 1959 NEDLANDS
AUSTIN SYDNEY HARRY CLIFFORD 75 years 1990 BEACONSFIELD

AUSTIN THELMA 31 years 1975 MOUNT LAWLEY
AUSTIN THOMAS 96 years 2009 ARMADALE
AUSTIN THOMAS ALFRED HENRY 86 years 1991 PARKERVILLE
AUSTIN THOMAS IRVINE 89 years 1975 BUNBURY
AUSTIN THOMAS WILLIAM 69 years 1940 CUE

AUSTIN VERONICA MARIE 68 years 1999 BEACONSFIELD
AUSTIN VIOLET MAY 82 years 1981 JOONDANNA

AUSTIN WALTER LESLIE 68 years 1985 ARMADALE
AUSTIN WILLIAM 0 years 1921 UNKNOWN
AUSTIN WILLIAM 87 years 1951 NEDLANDS
AUSTIN WILLIAM 68 years 1960 NEDLANDS
AUSTIN WILLIAM 72 years 1985 WEST PERTH
AUSTIN WILLIAM 81 years 1964 NORTH PERTH
AUSTIN WILLIAM 71 years 1972 ST JAMES
AUSTIN WILLIAM DREWRY 77 years 1942 WELSHPOOL
AUSTIN WILLIAM ERNEST 63 years 1994 SOUTH PERTH
AUSTIN WILLIAM GEORGE 81 years 1949 NEDLANDS
AUSTIN WILLIAM JAMES 30 years 1915 QUAIRADING
AUSTIN WILLIAM JOHN 13 years 1960 VICTORIA PARK
AUSTIN WILLIAM JOSEPH 88 years 1960 EAST VICTORIA PARK
AUSTIN WILLIAM RITCHIE 76 years 1997 LANGLEY STREET ROCK
AUSTIN WILLIAM THOMAS 55 years 1958 SOUTH PERTH
AUSTIN WINIFRED ISABEL 82 years 1984 STIRLING
AUSTIN WINIFRED PATRICIA 51 years 1976 BAYSWATER

AUSTIN ZACHARY LLOYD 0 years 1999 RIVERVALE

Austin CHUDLEIGH + Louisa May BREWER - Petone

AUSTIN CHUDLEIGH (1874-1936) married in 1896 to:
LOUISA MAY BREWER (1874-1951)

AUSTIN & LOUISA had 8 CHILDREN

... 1
1897 - 1950 Edward George Austin Chudleigh
- born 28 November 1897
- Edward served in WWI as Private 79020 with the NZEF, 40th Reinforcements B Company. He embarked from Wellington 10 July 1918. His next of kin was his mother Louisa at 10 Sydney Street, Petone
- Edward married Violet Lillian JONES (1892-1979) in 1921
- daughter of William Gunn JONES & Janet Isabella Victoria McVICAR
EDWARD died 15 Oct 1950 aged 53, buried Block 11 Row Z Plot 39 at Taita Lawn


... 2
1899 - 1972 Ivy Susan Eleanor Chudleigh
- born 4 October 1899
- Ivy married Harold Valentine BUCKLAND (1897-1954) in 1925
- son of Alfred William BUCKLAND & Kate BALDWIN
- Harold served in WWI as Private 53691 with the NZEF, 27th Reinforcements F Company. He embarked from Wellington 16 July 1917. His next of kin was his father Alfred William Buckland of Cambria Street, Hawera.
HAROLD died 15 Jan 1954 aged 57, buried Block 11 Row Z Plot 34 at Taita Lawn
IVY died 28 Jan 1972 aged 72 & buried Block 2 Row I Plot 30 at Taita Lawn


... 3
1901 - 1986 Pearl Ada Margaret Chudleigh
- born 3 December 1901
- Pearl married Henry WATSON in 1926
PEARL died 27 July 1986 aged 84, buried ?


... 4
1905 - 1970 Albert John William Joseph Chudleigh
- spouse not found at this time
ALBERT died 2 September 1970 aged 65 & cremated Karori, Wellington


... 5
1907 - 1987 Arthur David Austin Chudleigh
- born 9 June 1907
- he married Isabella Bird ADAMS (1907-1992) in 1930, no issue
- daughter of John Bird ADAMS & Christina HAMILTON of Leith, Scotland
ARTHUR died 21 Jan 1987 in Hutt Hospital aged 79
- his ashes were scattered Whenua Tapu cemetery, Petone
ISABELLA died 4 April 1992 in Wesleyhaven Private Hospital aged 85
- her ashes were scattered Whenua Tapu cemetery, Petone


... 6
1909 - 1984 Roy Harold James Chudleigh
- born 18 January 1909
- spouse not known at this time
- Roy (and his brother A. Chudleigh, either Albert or Arthur) played a lot of cricket for the Hutt Valley during the 1930s. For the "Chronicles" and later the "Metters United"
ROY died 17 October 1984 aged 75, buried ?


... 7
1912 - 1977 Hilda Maude Amelia Chudleigh
- born 6 February 1912
- Hilda married Reginald Charles KNAPP (1906-1977)
- son of Arthur Leslie KNAPP & Mabel Louise MILLS
HILDA died 6 June 1977 aged 65 & buried Block 9 Row F Plot 36 at Taita Lawn
REGINALD died 7 April 1986 aged 79 & is buried with Hilda


... 8
1914 - 1986 Clifford Clarence Brewer Chudleigh
- born 24 Oct 1914
- Clifford married Phyllis Mabel LAWRENCE (1919-1978)
PHYLLIS died 25 Oct 1978 aged 59 & cremated at Karori, Wellington
CLIFFORD died 10 May 1986 aged 71 & cremated at Karori, Wellington


TIMELINE
1 May 1907 - PETONE MAGISTRATE'S COURT
... On a charge of failing to send his children regularly to school, Austin Chudleigh was fined 2s and costs 7s


21 November 1911 - PETONE MAGISTRATE'S COURT
... For failure to send his child to school regularly, Austin Chudleigh, on two informations, laid by Mr Dinneen, was fined 4s on each with 14s costs


12 December 1916 - PETONE WEST SCHOOL
... Following are the proficiency, competency and attendance results: For Attendance .. Arthur Chudleigh & Roy Chudleigh


21 June 1917 - PETONE COURT
... Austin Chudleigh was charged with being on licensed premises on Sunday 27th May 1917 F. Warring, licensee of the Central Hotel, Petone, was charged with having his bar open during the hours when it ought to be closed. Austin said he was there to return glasses borrowed from the licensee. Case was dismissed


20 December 1917 - PETONE WEST SCHOOL
... Attendance Certificate to Albert Chudleigh


11 October 1920 - IVY's ENGAGEMENT
... The engagement is announced of Miss Ivy Chudleigh, eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs A. Chudleigh of Petone, to Mr H. Buckland, second son of Mr and Mrs A. Buckland, of Petone


3 May 1921 - VIOLET's ENGAGEMENT
... The engagement is announced of Miss Violet Lillian Jones, only daughter of Mr and Mrs W. Jones, Lower Hutt, and Mr Edward Chudleigh, eldest son of Mr and Mrs A. Chudleigh, of Petone


19 February 1930 - BROKEN BYLAWS
... Fines of 1 each were imposed on Arthur Chudleigh for speeding on the Hutt road and Joseph Ting for not sounding the warning device on his car


15 January 1931 - LOWER HUTT COURT
... For cutting a corner, Edward George Austin Chudleigh was fined 1


11 September 1943 - BIRTH
... On September 11, 1943, at High street, Lower Hutt, to Mr and Mrs Clifford Chudleigh (nee Phyllis Lawrence) - a son; both well


AUSTIN CHUDLEIGH died 7 June 1936 aged 62
LOUISA MAY CHUDLEIGH died 19 April 1951 aged 76
- their burial not yet found

Australian EXECUTIONS 1880 - 1967

New Zealand EXECUTIONS 1842 - 1957

The following list was taken from AUSTRALIAN EXECUTIONS 1880 - 1967
- there is a great deal more inofrmation on each at the above link

20 January 1880
ROGAN, Thomas (age: 23 / White)
SCOTT, Andrew George (age: 37 / White) New South Wales Darlinghurst gaol. Murder victim: Edward Mostyn Webb-Bowen

22 March 1880
WELLS, Joseph (age: 22 / White) Queensland Brisbane
Attempted murder and robbery victim: William Murphy

26 May 1880
ALBERT (age: 22 / Aborigine) New South Wales Dubbo
Murder victims: Nugle Jack and Sally

31 May 1880
Jimmy AH SUE (age unknown / Asian) Queensland Brisbane
Murder victim: Ah Coo

31 May 1880
ELSDALE, L. James (age: 34 / White) Queensland Brisbane
Murder victim: Michael McEvoy

10 June 1880
Dan KING (age unknown / Asian) New South Wales Tamworth
Murder victim: Eliza Hart

21 June 1880
GOMEZ, Maximo (age: 36 / Asian) Queensland Brisbane
Murder victim: William Clarke

16 August 1880
KAPARIU, (age unknown / Aborigine) Queensland Brisbane
Rape victim: Jane Macalister

11 November 1880
KELLY, Edward "Ned" (age: 25 / White) Victoria Melbourne
Murder victim: Thomas Lonigan

29 March 1881
BROWN, William (age unknown / White) New South Wales Darlinghurst gaol. Rape victim: Ann Brown

1 June 1881
WILKINSON, Henry (age unknown / White) New South Wales Albury
Murder victim: Mary Pumpa

6 June 1881
ROHAN, Robert (age: 24 / White) Victoria Beechworth
Murder victim: John Shea

18 November 1881
NUGENT, Robert (age unknown / White) - South Australia - Mt. Gambier
Murder victim: Harry Edmond Pearce

12 December 1881
Ah QUIE (age: 23 / Asian) Queensland Brisbane
Murder victim: Ah Chen

1882
BRAXTON, George (age: 60 / White) Tasmania Launceston
Murder victim: Ellen Snezewell

22 May 1882
BYRNE, George (age: 32 / White) Queensland Brisbane
Rape victim: Susan Isaacs

5 June 1882
TOWATER, Jimmy (age: 22 / South Sea Islander) Queensland Brisbane
Murder victim: Jeremiah Worth

22 November 1882
McGuan, John (age unknown / White) New South Wales Armidale
Murder victim: Thomas Smith

18 January 1883
BURNS, William (age: 35 / White) - South Australia Adelaide
Murder victim: Henry Loton

27 January 1883
Ah KETT (age unknown / Asian) - Western Australia Perth
Murder victim: Foo Ah Moy

27 January 1883
COLLINS,, John (age: 52 / White) - Western Australia Perth
Murder victim: John King

23 May 1883
RUSHBORNE, George (age unknown / White) New South Wales Armidale
Murder victim: Jimmy Young

4 June 1883
OGDEN, James (age: 20 / White)
SUTHERLAND, James (age: 18 / White) Tasmania Hobart
Murder victim: William Wilson

18 June 1883
GUERHILLA (age unknown / Aborigine) - Western Australia Rottnest
Murder victim: Anthony Cornish

18 June 1883
WANGABIDDY (age unknown / Aborigine) - Western Australia Rottnest
Murder victim: Charles Redfern

30 July 1883
NANNACAROO, (age unknown / Aborigine) - Western Australia Rottnest
Murder victim: Charles Brackell

25 September 1883
BURNS, Robert Francis (age unknown / White) Victoria Ararat
Murder victim: Michael Quinlivan

15 October 1883
GARDINER, James (age: 19 / White) Queensland Brisbane
Murder victim: Ada Gardiner

15 October 1883
GEORGE, (age: 25 / Aborigine) Queensland Brisbane
Rape victim: Johanna Anderson

15 October 1883
JANGO, (age: 17 / Aborigine) Queensland Brisbane
Murder victim: Eliza Mills

25 October1883
MARONEY, John (age: 42 / White)
WATKINS, William (age: 44 / White) - Western Australia - Perth
Murder victim: James Watson

10 November 1883
Mah POO (age: 26 / Asian) - South Australia Adelaide
Murder victim: Tommy Ah Fook

23 January 1884
HAYNES, Henry Benjamin (age: 46 / White) - Western Australia Perth
Murder victim: Mary Ann Haynes

23 April 1884
RICE, William (age: 23 / White) New South Wales Darlinghurst gaol
Murder victim: James Griffin

6 June 1884
MORGAN, Henry (age: 45 / White) Victoria Ararat
Murder victim: Margaret Nolan

13 June 1884
CORDINI, Joseph (age unknown / White) New South Wales Deniliquin
Murder victim: George Mizon

21 August 1884
HAWTHORN, James (age unknown / White) Victoria Melbourne
Murder victim: William Hawthorn

13 October 1884
STOCK, Henry (age: 22 / White) Tasmania Hobart
Murder victims: Elizabeth Keats and her child

23 October 1884
CARBERRY, Thomas Henry (age: 44 / White) - Western Australia Perth
Murder victim: Constable Hackett

24 October 1884
O'BRIEN, William (age unknown / White) Victoria Melbourne
Murder victim: Peter McCansh

29 October 1884
SING ONG (age unknown / Asian) - Western Australia - Geraldton
Murder victim: Chung Ah Foo

28 January 1885
DUFFY, John (age: 68 / White) - Western Australia Perth
Murder victim: Mary Sultana McGann

14 April 1885
WATSON, Charles (age unknown / White) New South Wales
Darlinghurst gaol
Murder victim: William Matthews

15 May 1885
BARNES, William (age unknown / White) Victoria Melbourne
Murder victim: Joseph Bragge Slack

14 July 1885
WILLIAMS, Thomas (age: 23 / White) New South Wales Darlinghurst gaol
Attempted murder victim: Mr. Roberts

3 September 1885
BUSHBY, Charles (age unknown / White) Victoria Ballarat
Attempted murder victim: Detective Hyland

26 October 1885
GORDON, Walter Edward (age: 28 / White) Queensland Brisbane
Murder victim: Walter Bunning

27 October 1885
SHERRY, Henry (age: 47 / White) - Western Australia Perth
Murder victim: Catherine Waldeck

27 November 1885
HUNTER, Edward (age: 72 / White) Victoria Bendigo
Murder victim: James Power

10 December 1885
FRISKE, Matthew (age: 67 / White) New South Wales Grafton
Murder victim: Matt Matteson

7 January 1886
MORELL, Freeland (age: 39 / White) Victoria Melbourne
Murder victim: John Anderson

5 April 1886
TIM TEE (age: 30 / Asian) Queensland Brisbane
Murder victim: Jimmy Ah Fook

8 June 1886
LIDDIARD, William (age unknown / White) - New South Wales Grafton
Murder victim: Patrick Noonan

21 June 1886
WONG TONG (age: 35 / Asian) Queensland Brisbane
Murder victim: Cock Tow

8 October 1886
RYENOLDS, Alfred (age: 26 / White) - New South Wales - Darlinghurst gaol. Murder victim: Rhoda Caroline Reynolds

7 January 1887
BOYCE, William (age: 19 /White)
DUFFY, George (age: 17 / White)
MARTIN, George (age: 17 / White)
REED, Robert George (age: 19 / White) - NSW - Darlinghurst gaol. Rape victim: Mary Jane Hicks

10 January 1887
WALKER, Timothy (age: 76 / White) Tasmania Hobart
Murder victim: Benjamin Hampton

4 April 1887
ERDMANN, Franz (age unknown / White) - Western Australia Perth
Murder victim: Anthony Johnson

30 May 1887
PICKFORD, Christopher (age: 31 / White) Queensland Brisbane
Murder victim: Martin Emmerson

13 June 1887
HARRISON, John (age: 27 / White)
THOMPSON, Ellen (age: 41 / White) Queensland Brisbane
Murder victim: William Thompson

18 November 1887
CONROY, William (age: 30 / White) - Western Australia Perth
Murder victim: John Snook

29 May 1888
GRACE, John (age unknown / White) - New South Wales Armidale
Murder victim: John Stapleton

13 June 1888
CUBBERGERAN (age unknown / Aborigine) - Western Australia Rottnest
Murder victim: Indyco

11 September 1888
HEWART, Robert (age unknown / White) - New South Wales - Darlinghurst gaol. Murder victim: Thomas Park

8 November 1888
SYMES, George (age unknown / White) Victoria Melbourne
Murder victim: Elizabeth Clifford

12 November 1888
DUHAMEL, Edmond (age: 37 / White) Queensland Brisbane
Murder victim: Sarah Ann Descurry

12 November 1888
SEDIN, (age: 24 / Asian) Queensland Brisbane
Murder victim: John Fitzgerald

8 January 1889
COLLINS, Louisa (age unknown / White) - New South Wales - Darlinghurst gaol. Murder victim: Michael Peter Collins

2 March 1889
LONG JIMMY (age unknown / Asian) - Western Australia- - Fremantle
Murder victim: Claude Buchanan Kerr

18 March 1889
HARRISON, William (age unknown / White) Victoria Bendigo
Murder victim: John Duggan

20 August 1889
MORRISON, James (age: 25 / White) - New South Wales - Darlinghurst gaol. Murder victim: David Sutherland

16 September 1889
CASTILLO, Filipe (age: 20 / Asian) Victoria Melbourne
Murder victim: Annie Thornton

16 October 1889
LANDELLS, Robert (age: 52 / White) Victoria Melbourne
Murder victim: Peter James Sherlock

6 November 1889
RILEY, Thomas (age: 21 / White) - New South Wales - Wagga Wagga
Murder victim: Christian Eppel

8 November 1889
PRES, Arle (age unknown / Asian) - Western Australia Fremantle
Murder victim: Louie

2 June 1890
BARRY, Michael (age: 46 / White) Queensland Rockhampton
Murder victim: Mrs. Barry

18 November 1890
SCHMIDT, Albert (age: 30 / White) - New South Wales - Wagga Wagga
Murder victim: John Young Taylor

16 March 1891
PHELAN, John Thomas (age: 30 / White) Victoria Melbourne
Murder victim: Ada Charlotte Reynolds Hatton

23 March 1891
WILSON, John (age: 23 / White) Victoria Melbourne
Murder victim: Stella Leah Marks

16 April 1891
AH CHI (age unknown / Asian) - Western Australia Fremantle
Murder victim: Ah Gui

20 April 1891
BOURKE, Cornelius (age: 73 / White) Victoria Ballarat
Murder victim: Charles Stewart

27 April 1891
CHAND, Fatta (age: 21 / Indian) Victoria Melbourne
Murder victim: Mur Juggo Mull

11 May 1891
WILSON, John (age unknown / White) Victoria Ballarat
Carnal knowledge victim: unidentified girl

18 May 1891
JOHNSTON, James (age: 30 / White) Victoria Ballarat
Murder victim: Mary Gourlay Johnston and four children

2 June 1891
HANSEN, Lars Peter (age unknown / White) - New South Wales Dubbo
Murder victim: Charles Duncker

17 August 1891
COOLEY, Arthur (age: 19 / White) Tasmania Hobart
Murder victim: Mary Ogilvie

24 August 1891
COLSN, William (age unknown / White) Victoria Melbourne
Murder victim: Mary Elizabeth Davis

17 November 1891
DALTON, Maurice (age: 72 / White) - New South Wales - Darlinghurst gaol. Murder victim: Catherine Dalton

26 November 1891
MALLAlIEU, Harold Dutton (age 19 / White) - New South Wales Dubbo
Murder victim: Jerome Carey

18 February 1892
CORRONDINE, (age unknown / Aborigine)
TCHAWADA, ( age unknown / Aborigine)
TERRIBIE, (age unknown / Aborigine) - Western Australia - Mt. Dockerell
Murder victim: Mr. Millar

25 April 1892
DONALD (age: 29 / Aborigine) Queensland Brisbane
Rape victim: Mrs. T. Scott

29 April 1892
SIN CHO CHI (age unknown / Asian) Western Australia Fremantle
Murder victim: George Fairhead

29 April 1892
CHEW FANG (age unknown / Asian)
LYEE NYEE (age unknown / Asian)
YOUNG QUONG (age unknown / Asian) - Western Australia Fremantle
Murder victim: Ah Ping

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Australian NEWSPAPERS Online 1840-1845

Old newpapers can take us back in time to provide historical and social background to the world of our ancestors. In an ideal online world for family historians, entire newspapers would be accessible as digitised images. There would be a searchable index and of course, all entirely free. Then the internet would truly be the means to access a world wide library at your fingertips. This may come true in the future as there are some promising examples both in Australia and further afield

Australian Periodical Publications 1840-1845 has links to:

The Adelaide independent and cabinet of amusement. Adelaide; 1841.

Arden's Sydney magazine of politics and general literature. Sydney; 1843.

The Atlas : Sydney weekly journal of politics, commerce and literature. Sydney; 1844-[1849?].

The Australasian odd fellows' quarterly magazine. Sydney; 1845.

The Australian and New Zealand monthly magazine. London; 1842.

The Bee of Australia. Sydney; 1844.

The Colonial and Asiatic review. London; 1852-1853.
Earlier title: The Colonial magazine and East India review. London; 1849-1852.

Colonial literary journal and weekly miscellany of useful information. Sydney; 1844-1845.

The Colonial magazine and commercial maritime journal [London]; 1840-1842.
Later title: Fisher's colonial magazine and commercial maritime journal. 1842-1843.

The Colonial magazine and East India review. London; 1849-1852.
Earlier title: Simmond's colonial magazine and foreign miscellany. London; 1844-1849
Later title: The Colonial and Asiatic review. London; 1852-1853.

The Colonial observer : or weekly journal of politics, commerce, agriculture, literature, science and religion for the Colony of New South Wales. Sydney; 1841-1844.
Later title: The sentinel. Sydney; 1845-1848.

Colonization circular. London; 1843-1859.

Commercial journal and advertiser. Sydney; 1835-1840.
Later title: Free press and commercial journal.. Sydney; 1841.

Commercial journal and general advertiser. Sydney; 1845.
Earlier title: Sydney free press. Sydney; 1841-1842.
Later title: The Examiner. Sydney; 1845.

Commercial journal, general advertiser and Odd Fellows' advocate. Sydney; 1845
Earlier title: Sydney free press. Sydney; 1841-1842.
Later title: Commercial journal and general advertiser. Sydney; 1845.

The Cumberland times. Parramatta, N.S.W. ; 1845-[1911?]
Earlier title: Parramatta chronicle : and Cumberland general advertiser. Parramatta, N.S.W. ; 1843-1845.

The Dispatch. Sydney; 1842-1844.

The Examiner: : political, literary and commercial journal. Sydney; 1845.
Earlier title: Commercial journal and general advertiser. Sydney; 1845.

Fisher's colonial magazine and commercial maritime journal. London; 1842-1843.
Earlier title: The Colonial magazine and commercial maritime journal. 1840-1842.
Later title: Fisher's colonial magazine and journal of trade, commerce and banking. 1844-1845.

Fisher's colonial magazine and journal of trade, commerce and banking London; 1844-1845.
Earlier title: Fisher's colonial magazine and commercial maritime journal.. 1842-1843.

The foreign and colonial quarterly review. London; 1843-1844.
Later title: The new quarterly review, or, Home, foreign and colonial journal. 1844-1847.

Free press and commercial journal. Sydney, N.S.W.; 1841.
Earlier title: Commercial journal and advertiser. Sydney; 1835-1840.
Later title: Sydney free press. Sydney; 1841-1842.

Geelong advertiser. North Geelong, 1840-1845.
Later title: Geelong advertiser and squatters advocate. North Geelong; 1845-1847.

Geelong advertiser and squatters advocate. North Geelong, 1845-1847.
Earlier title: Geelong advertiser. North Geelong; 1840-1845.

General Index to the contents of the first ten volumes of the London Geographical Journal. London, 1844.

The Guardian : a weekly journal of politics, commerce, literature, science and arts for the middle and working classes of New South Wales. Sydney, 1844.

The Hunter River gazette and journal of agriculture, commerce, politics, and news. West Maitland, N.S.W., 1841-1842.

The Juvenile missionary magazine. London, 1844-[1887]

The Launceston courier. Launceston, Tas. ; 1840-1843.
Later title: The Teetotal advocate. Launceston, 1843.

The Maitland mercury and Hunter River general advertiser. Maitland, N.S.W.; 1843-1855.

The Melbourne courier. Melbourne; 1845-1846.
Earlier title: The Melbourne weekly courier. Melbourne; 1844-1845.

Melbourne times. Melbourne; 1842-1843.

The Melbourne weekly courier. Melbourne; 1844-1845
Later title: The Melbourne courier. Melbourne; 1845-1846.

The new quarterly review, or, Home, foreign and colonial journal. London; 1844-1847.
Earlier title: The foreign and colonial quarterly review. 1843-1844.

The New South Wales examiner. Sydney; 1842.

The New South Wales magazine, or, Journal of general politics, literature, science, and the arts. Sydney; 1843.

The Odd Fellows' magazine. Adelaide; 1843.
Earlier title: South Australian Odd Fellows' magazine. 1843-1846.

The Omnibus and Sydney spectator. Sydney; 1841-1843.

Parramatta chronicle : and Cumberland general advertiser. Parramatta, N.S.W. ; 1843-1845.
Later title: The Cumberland times. Parramatta, N.S.W. ; 1845-[1911?]

The Port Phillip magazine. Melbourne ; 1843.

The Satirist and sporting chronicle. Sydney; 1843.

The sentinel Sydney; 1845-1848.
Former title: The Colonial observer : or weekly journal of politics, commerce, agriculture, literature, science and religion for the Colony of New South Wales. Sydney; 1841-1844.

The Shipping gazette and Sydney general trade list. Sydney; 1844.

Simmond's colonial magazine and foreign miscellany. London; 1844-1849
Later title: The Colonial magazine and East India review. London; 1849-1852.

The South Australian colonist, and settlers weekly record of British, foreign and colonial intelligence. London; 1840.

The South Australian magazine. Adelaide; 1841-1843.

South Australian news. London; 1840-1852.

South Australian Odd Fellows' magazine.Adelaide; 1843.
Later title: The Odd Fellows' magazine. Adelaide; 1843.

The South Australian temperance advocate. Adelaide; 1841.

The South Briton, or, Tasmanian literary journal. Hobart Town; 1843.

The Star. Sydney; 1845-1846.
Earlier title: The Star and working man's guardian.Parramatta, N.S.W; 1844-1845.

The Star and working man's guardian.Parramatta, N.S.W; 1844-1845.
Later title: The Star. Sydney; 1845-1846.

The Sun: and New South Wales independent press. Sydney; 1843.

The Swan River news and Western Australian chronicle. London; 1844-1849.

Sydney dispatch.
See: The Dispatch

Sydney free press. Sydney; 1841-1842.
Earlier title: Free press and commercial journal. Sydney, N.S.W.; 1841.
Later title: Commercial journal, general advertiser and Odd Fellows' advocate. Sydney; 1845.

The Sydney protestant magazine. Sydney; 1840-1841.

The Sydney record. Sydney; 1843-1844.

Tasmanian evangelical miscellany.
See: The True catholic, or Tasmanian evangelical miscellany

Tasmanian journal of natural science, agriculture, statistics &c. Hobart, Tas.; 1842-1849.

Tasmanian literary journal
See: The South Briton, or, Tasmanian literary journal.

The Teetotal advocate. Launceston, 1843.
Earlier title: The Launceston courier. Launceston, Tas. ; 1840-1843.

The Teetotaller and general newspaper. Sydney, 1842.
Earlier title: The Temperance advocate and Australasian commercial and agricultural intelligencer. Sydney, 1840-1841.

The Temperance advocate and Australasian commercial and agricultural intelligencer. Sydney, 1840-1841.
Later title: The Teetotaller and general newspaper. Sydney, 1842.

The True catholic, or Tasmanian evangelical miscellany. Hobart Town; 1843.

The True sun and New South Wales independent press. Sydney; 1843.

Van Diemen's Land temperance herald : for domestic and foreign intelligence. Launceston, 1845

The Voice of Jacob, or, The Hebrews' monthly miscellany. Sydney; 1842.

The Weekly register of politics, facts and general literature. Sydney; 1843-1845.

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Australian WWI ANZACs at Casterton, south-west Victoria

the Casterton & District Historical Society Inc. Bahgallah Old Scholars & District Volunteers World War 1 Honour Roll is located in the Bahgallah Memorial Hall, near Casterton in south-west Victoria, Australia.

The following Roll of Honour is from the above link which has further information available

E. BAUGH
Edgar Arthur "Paddy" BAUGH, b. 1895, Killara, near Casterton, Victoria, son of John Andrew BAUGH and Elizabeth GALPIN and known as "Paddy" BAUGH. He enrolled at Bahgallah School in 1901 with his father John recorded as a labourer of Killara, near Bahgallah. He enlisted in the AIF on 20 Mar 1916 at Casterton and embarked from Melbourne on 27 May 1916. He arrived in France on 23 Nov 1917 and served as Pte 1239, 39th Battalion, AIF. He was gassed on 7 Jun 1917 from which he recovered, but was KIA at Ypres, Belgium on 4 Oct 1917. Unknown grave.

G. BEDDLE
Appears to be George Alfred BEDDELL, b. 1888, Sandford, Victoria, son of Richard Henry BEDDELL 1856-1938 and Catherine WILSON 1863-1891. George enlisted 22 May 1916 at Hamilton, Victoria as Pte 6619, 7th Battalion, AIF, and embarked from Melbourne on 2 Oct 1916 with the 21st Reinforcements for the 7th Battalion, AIF. He arrived in France on 20 Apr 1917 and was KIA on 4 Oct 1917, Broodseinde Ridge, Belgium. Unknown grave.

J. CARTER
Appears to be John Robert CARTER, b. 1880, Casterton, Victoria, son of Matthew CARTER and Christina Hamilton GILCHRIST. John CARTER was a student at Bahgallah School in 1890 with his father recorded as matthew CARTER, Blacksmith of Bahgallah. John was a Blacksmith when he enlisted in the AIF on 7 Apr 1915, Adelaide, SA, and served with the 4th Light Horse Field Ambulance & 15th Field Ambulance, AIF in the Middle East. He RTA 4 Feb 1919 and died at Skipton, Victoria in 1952.

A. CRAIG
Appears to be Alfred CRAIG, b. 1874 Port Fairy, Victoria, son of Robert CRAIG and Margaret Graham THOMAS. Alfred enrolled at Bahgallah as a student (age 3y) in 1877 and again (age 11y) in 1886 with his father Robert CRAIG listed as Teacher, Bahgallah.

A. E. CRAIG
Appears to be Adrian Ernest CRAIG, b. 1878 Port Fairy, Victoria, son of Robert CRAIG and Margaret Graham THOMAS. Adrian enrolled at Bahgallah as a student in 1882 with his father Robert CRAIG listed as Teacher, Bahgallah. Adrian enlisted in the AIF on 16 Jul 1917 in Perth, Western Australia and served as Air Mechanic 2328 with the Australian Flying Corps in England from 1917-1919 and he RTA to Perth on 17 Oct 1919. He married in Perth in 1907 and had at least 4 children in WA.

R. CRAIG
Appears to be Robert Walter David CRAIG, b. 1880 Bahgallah, Victoria, son of Robert CRAIG and Margaret Graham THOMAS. Robert enrolled at Bahgallah as a student in 1884 with his father Robert CRAIG listed as Teacher, Bahgallah. He married Pearl / Beril Josephine FOLEY in 1905 and they had 4 known children.

H. FUTTRELL
Appears to be Homer Joseph FUTERIEAL, b. 1885, Mount Gambier, South Australia, son of John FUTERIEAL & Mary GALPIN. Homer enrolled at Bahgallah School in 1890 with his father John being a Labourer of Bahgallah. He was a labourer of Dunrobin, near Casterton when he enlisted in the AIF in 1916. Served in WW1 as Pte 2677, 60th Battalions, AIF, enlisted 3 Apr 1916, RTA 20 May 1918. Homer served in France and was wounded in France in 1917. Homer was married after 1920 to Mary Agnes KERR and they are both buried in the Coleraine Cemetery.

R. FUTTRELL
Appears to be Reuben Arthur FUTERIEAL, b. 1882, Mount Gambier, South Australia, son of John FUTERIEAL & Mary GALPIN. Reuben enrolled at Bahgallah School in 1890 with his father John being a Labourer of Bahgallah. He was a labourer of Casterton when he enlisted in the AIF in 1915. Served in WW1 as Pte 2792, 7th & 59th Battalions, AIF, enlisted 5 Jul 1915, RTA 4 May 1917. Reuben served at Gallipoli with the 7th Battalion and was severely wounded in France with the 59th Battalion, repatriated home and discharged medically unfit on a military pension in 1917. Reuben's brother Homer FUTERIEAL 1885-1929, was also wounded in France with the 60th Battalion, AIF. Reuben was married after 1920 to Lucy Maud DOWLING and they are both buried in the Casterton Cemetery.

H. GLEED
Henry George GLEED, b. 1889, Casterton, Victoria, son of Richard James GLEED and Eleanor Jane GILDING. He enrolled at Bahgallah School in 1894 with his father being a Farmer of Bahgallah. He was a Farmer of Casterton when he enlisted in the AIF on 12 Apr 1916 and served with the 21st Battalion, AIF in France. He was WIA 30 Mar 1917 and RTA in 1918. He died in 1966.

J. GRAHAM
Appears to be James Joseph GRAHAM, b. 1878, Casterton, Victoria, son of George GRAHAM and Mary Ann MORESSY. He enrolled at Bahgallah School in 1882. He enlisted in the AIF in 1916 but was discharged as medically unfit. He enlisted again 23 Apr 1917 as a Cook of Ballarat and embaked with 8th Light Horse Reinforcements 7 Sep 1917. He served in the Middle East with this unit and RTA per "Aeneas" on 5 Feb 1919. He died in Melbourne in 1951.

H. GRIGG
This may be John Handel GRIGG, b. 1893, Yackandandah, Victoria, son of Albert Edward GRIGG and Laura Alberta GUEST. Albert Edward GRIGG was a Teacher at Bahgallah S.S. 1900-1901 with 4 of his children enrolled as students.

C. GRINHAM
Clement Oliver GRINHAM, b. 1896, Casterton, Victoria, son of Gerad GRINHAM and Agnes Jane MURPHY of Sandford Road, Casterton. He enrolled at Baghallah School in May 1908 and was aged 19y 4m when he enlisted in the AIF on 27 Sep 1915 after serving for 2 years in the Casterton Light Horse. He embarked from Melbourne on 14 May 1916 with the 4th reinforcements for the 29th Battalion, AIF. He joined the 29th Battalion in France on 25 Nov 1916 and served as Pte 2418, 29th Battalion, AIF, and was KIA in France on 7 Dec 1916 and buried in the Guards' Cemetery Lesboeufs, France.

H. HADDEN
Harold HADDEN, b. 1896, Harrow, Victoria, son of William HADDEN & Ellen Louisa GUTHRIDGE. Harold enrolled at Bahgallah School in 1910, aged 13y, with his father being listed as a farmer of Charam, near Edenhope. Harold enlisted on 19 Mar 1916 in the AIF and served with the 58th Battalion in France where he was wounded. He RTA on 1 Aug 1918 and later married Arley Evelyn Ann CARTER and they raised a family at Konongwootong North, near Coleraine. Harold & Arley are both buried in the Coleraine Cemetery in 1980 and 1994 respectively.

G. HURLEY
George Clarence HURLEY, b. 1890, Werona, near Talbot, Victoria, son of George HURLEY and Annie Abernathy SIEVWRIGHT. He was a teacher at Wilkin & Starthdownie which operated as a part of the Bahgallah School.
The Education Departments Record of war Service states...
"George Clarence Hurley was the son of Mr. and Mrs. G. Hurley, of Werona. He was born at Werona on the 11 th of June, 1890, and received his early education there. In 1911, he was appointed temporary head teacher at Scott's Creek, near Geelong, and, in 1912-13, held a similar position at Tandarook, near Cobden. He had temporary charge of part time schools at Strathdownie and Wilkin in 1914, part of the school at Bahgallah, near Casterton, and of the school at Toombullup East, his first permanent post. The year 1915 he spent at the Teachers' College, where, by dint of diligent application, he gained the Trained Primary Teacher's Certificate. In 1916, he taught for a little time at Mt. Bruno, near Glenrowan, and, on the 7th of March, enlisted. His record is that of a quiet, persevering teacher, gentlemanly demeanor, exercising a fine influence, and doing work of a creditable character. After enlisting, he was trained as a gunner at the Maribyrnong Camp. He sailed on the 3rd of October, 1916, and, on the 3rd of November, 1917, died at the 2nd Canadian Casualty Clearing Station from the effects of shell gas. The Creswick Advertiser says of him :-" He was a lad much loved and admired by all those that knew him. He leaves behind a memory good, clean, and noble, of which those who sorrow for his loss may even in their sadness be justly proud." Mr. James J. Hurley, head teacher at Diapur, is an only brother. He volunteered, too, but was rejected."

J. JESSUP
James Alexander JESSUP, b. 1880, Bahgallah, Victoria, son of James Alexander JESSUP and Emma Elizabeth BRIGGS and attended Bahgallah School in the 188os. James enlisted in the AIF on 2 Jan 1916 and served with the 2nd Field Company, Royal Australian Engineers, in the Middle East and RTA 26 Jul 1919 after which he ......? James was Mentioned in Despatches (MID) for conspicuous service in the Middle East.

W. JESSUP
Appears to be Walter JESSUP, b. 1878, Bahgallah, Victoria, son of James Alexander JESSUP and Emma Elizabeth BRIGGS. He attended Bahgallah School in the 1880s.

J. JEWELL
James Alexander Wells JEWELL, b. 1877, Millicent, South Australia, son of Benjamin Thomas JEWELL and Elvina JESSUP who enrolled at Bahgallah School in 1883 with his father recorded as a labourer of Bahgallah. He enlisted with the New Zealand forces served as Pte 23558, 1st Battalion, Otago Regiment, NZEF and was KIA on 27-09-1916, France. His name is recorded on the Caterpillar Valley (N.Z.) Memorial, Longueval, France as having no known grave.

J. KELLY
John Ernest KELLY, b. 1891, Casterton, Victoria, son of Michael Patrick KELLY and Julia Elizabeth McEVOY, farmer of Bahgallah, Victoria. He enrolled at Bahgallah School in 1896, son of Michael KELLY, Farmer of Bahgallah. Enlisted in the AIF on 19 Apr 1916, served as L/Cpl 1854, 39th Battalion, AIF, and was KIA in Belgium on 4 Oct 1917.

W. KELLY
Appears to be William Edward KELLY, b. 1871, Casterton, Victoria, son of James KELLY and Mary MANGAN, farmers of Bahgallah. He enrolled at the Bahgallah School in 1875, son of James KELLY, Farmer of Bahgallah. He married Edith Mary Hamilton GRIFFITH of Chetwynd in 1906 and a son James Joseph KELLY was born in Casterton in 1907. William KELLY was an electrical linesman living in Adelaide, SA when he enlisted on 17 Oct 1916 in the AIF. He served as Sapper 18729 with Engineering Details, AIF in London and England 1917-1919 and RTA in Oct 1919. He died in Adelaide in 1937.

J. LEHANE
Jeremiah LEHANE, b. 1876, Casterton, Victoria, son of Jeremiah LEHANE and Honora O'SULLIVAN. He enrolled at Bahgallah School in Jan 1883 (age 6y) and again in Jan 1892 (age 15y). Jeremiah was aged 38y, a farmer and single when he enlisted in the AIF as Pte 4229, on 6 Aug 1915. He embarked from Melbourne in Dec 1915 with the 13th reinforcements for the 7th Battalion, AIF and joined the Battalion in March, 1916 in Egypt. He served with the Battalion in France and was wounded in June and shipped to hospital in England. He recovered in England and rejoined the 7th Battalion in France in November 1916. Jeremiah was KIA at Flers, France on 22 Dec 1916 and has no known grave.

W. LIVOCK
William James LIVOCK, b. 1891, Casterton, Victoria, son of George LIVOCK and Ellen MURPHY and he attended Bahgallah School in May 1901 after a transfer from Casterton. He enlisted in the AIF on 8 Feb 1916 and served overseas with the 14th Battalion until he RTA 12 May 1919 and he appears to have died in Sydney, NSW in 1922.

W. McGRATH
William Augustine McGRATH, b. 1877, Casterton, Victoria, son of James McGRATH and Johanna MULCAHY. James & Johanna McGRATH farmed at Bahgallah from at least 1877 to 1892 before moving to Strathdownie. William enrolled at Bahgallah School in 1882 and he was recorded as a 38 year old Stockman in Western Australia when he enlisted in the AIF on 16 Nov 1915 at Blackboy Hill, Western Australia. He trained in Western Australia and Melbourne and embarked overseas with Field Artillery Reinforcements on 25 Oct 1916. He served as Gunner 28670, 11th Field Artillery Brigade, AIF in France from Aug 1917 to 1919, being wounded in action on two occasions, the 2nd requiring evacuation to hospital in England. He RTA and disembarked at Fremantle, Western Australia on 1 Jun 1919. He probably remained in Western Australia?

G. McINTYRE
George McINTYRE, b. 1887, son of Murdoch McINTYRE and Mary JELLY. He enrolled as a pupil at Bahgallah School in 1894. George enlisted on 4 Jun 1915 with the AIF and served as Pte 36, 24th Battalion, embarking from Melbourne on 10 May 1915. He served in France with the 24th Battalion AIF from 1916-1919 was awarded the MID (Mentioned in General Haig's Despatches) for conspicuous service in France and he RTA on 22 May 1919. His diary from the War has survived.
Bahgallah Honour Roll (Old Scholars)

J. McINTYRE
James McINTYRE, b. 1884, Bahgallah, Victoria, son of Alexander McINTYRE and Sarah MURPHY who enrolled as a pupil at Bahgallah School ine June 1889 with his father Alexander recorded as a Carrier of Bahgallah. James was a butcher of Casterton when he enlisted in the AIF on 25 Jan 1915 and served as Pte 1929, 16th Battalion, AIF. He was KIA at Hill 60, ANZAC on 29 Aug 1915 and was buried in the Embarkation Pier Cemetery, Gallipoli, Turkey.

M. McINTYRE
Murdoch McINTYRE, b. 1892, son of Murdoch McINTYRE and Mary JELLY. He enrolled as a pupil at Bahgallah School in 1896. He enlisted in the AIF on 19 Apr 1915 at Liverpool, NSW and embarked with the 20th Battalion, AIF on 26 Jun 1915. He served on Gallipoli from 6 Aug 1915 and then in France 1916-1919 until his RTA on 10 Mar 1919.

T. McINTYRE
Thomas Shearwood McINTYRE, b. 1891, Horsham, Victoria, son of Donald McKay McINTYRE and Catherine Ann FINLAYSON. Thomas enrolled at Bahgallah School in 1901 with another 6 siblings being born at Casterton up until 1910. His father died in 1915 which was the year he enlisted in the AIF. He was working on the Bourke Railway line in NSW as a fettler when he applied to enlist on 26 Jul 1915. He embarked overseas from Sydney as a reinforcement for the 2nd Battalion, AIF which he joined in the Middle East. He was then transferred to the 1st Machine Gun Battalion and arrived in France on 28 Mar 1916 where he served until his RTA on 5 Jun 1919. He married in NSW in 1931 and died in Melbourne in 1960.

D. MENZIES
Capt. Duncan MENZIES, b. 1880 Casterton, Victoria, son of Donald MENZIES & Jane MORRISON. Duncan attended school at Mosquito Plains, SA and at Bahgallah in 1892. He graduated from Adelaide University, became a teacher and later a lawyer, Auctioneer and Mayor in the Clare Valley, South Australia. He enlisted on 9 Jun 1916 in the AIF and served in France with the 48th Battalion where he was promoted to the rank of Captain. He married and had chilren in the Clare Valley and died in Adelaide in 1944.

W. MILLARD
William MILLARD, b. 1887, Casterton, Victoria, son of Vincent MILLARD & Elizabeth Ann Frances BURNS. William enrolled at Bahgallah School in 1892. William served in WW1 as Pte 1871, 39th Battalion, AIF, enlisted 19 Apr 1916, RTA 14 Jan 1914. He married Margaret Jane McELROY from Penola, in 1924 and they farmed their block at Langkoop. William died in 1940 and Margaret in 1970 and both are buried in the Apsley Cemetery.

J. PICKEN
John Morris PICKEN, b. 1898, Casterton, Victoria, son of John Francis PICKEN and Emily Elizabeth TUFFNELL. He enrolled at Bahgallah School in 1904. John was a farm labourer when he enlisted in the AIF on 24 May 1915 and served as Pte 4591 with the 14th Battalion, AIF. He was KIA on 18 May 1918 at Amiens, France and buried in the Adelaide Cemetery Villers-Bretonneux, France.

C. RYAN
Cornelius RYAN, b. 1882, Sandford, Victoria, son of Timothy RYAN and Violet SOMERVILLE. Enrolled at Bahgallah School in 1892, father recorded as Timothy RYAN, farmer of Strathdownie East. Enlisted in the AIF on 8 Sep 1915 and served as Pte 4960 with the 12th Battalion, AIF; 12th Field Artillery Brigade & 8th Battalion, AIF in France. He was wounded in action in 1918 and RTA 5 Jul 1919.

T. RYAN
Thomas RYAN, b. 1896, Casterton, Victoria, son of Thomas Nicholas RYAN and Mary Jane TIERNEY. He enrolled at Bahgallah School in 1908 with his father recorded as a labourer of Bahgallah. He enlisyed in the AIF on 5 Jan 1916 and served as Pte 5201, 14th Battalion, AIF. He was wounded and DOW, France, 5 Feb 1917 and was buried in the Bernafay Wood British Cemetery, Montauban, France.

A. SPRING
Adam Campbell SPRING, b. 1895 Casterton, Victoria, son of Angus Joseph SPRING and Johanna MORRISON. Adam enrolled as a student at Bahgallah School in 1904 and was a Grocer when he enlisted on 21 Apr 1915 in the AIF. He served as Pte 2456, 5th Battalion, AIF, and he RTA on 20 May 1919. He died in 1956 at Yarrawonga, Victoria.

C. SPRING
Michael Charles SPRING, b. 1899 Casterton, Victoria, son of William SPRING and Annie MORRISON. Charles enrolled as a student at Bahgallah School in 1905 and was a Labourer when he enlisted from Dartmoor on 25 May 1918 in the AIF. He served as Pte 69327, 5th Battalion, AIF,

L. SPRING
Leslie Arthur SPRING, b. 1893 ___?, son of William SPRING and Annie MORRISON. Leslie enrolled as a student at Bahgallah School in 1905 and was a Cabinet Maker when he enlisted on 3 Aug 1915 in the AIF. He served as Pte 1526, 4th Light Horse Regiment, AIF and the ANZAC Cyclist Battalion, AIF and RTA 15 May 1919. He died in Casterton in 1966.

W. SPRING
William Argyle SPRING, b. 1895, Moama, NSW, son of William SPRING and Annie MORRISON. William enrolled as a student at Bahgallah School in 1905 with his father recorded as a labourer of Bahgallah. He was a Blacksmith when he enlisted on 28 May 1915 in the AIF and served as Pte 2457, 5th Battalion, AIF. He was wounded and DOW, France, 26 Jul 1916 and was buried in the Warloy-Baillon Communal Cemetery Extension, France.

H. SUTTON
Arthur Harold SUTTON, b. 1882, Heywood, Victoria, son of Francis SUTTON (grazier of Bahgallah in the 1890s) and Julia Theresa DOYLE. He was enrolled as a pupil at Bahgallah School in 1890. He enlisted in the AIF at Portland on 23 May 1918 where he was listed as a merchant. He joined the 8th Light Horse Regiment, AIF in Egypt where he served until his RTA on 7 Aug 1919.

W. VICKERY
William Edward VICKERY, b. 1892, Casterton, Victoria, son of William Reuben VICKERY and Mary Jane LAMONT (McALISTER). He enrolled at Bahgallah Scool in 1906, aged 13y with his father Willian listed as a Trapper of Casterton. William enlisted in the AIF on 10 Sep 1914, served as Pte 1128, 5th Battalion, AIF, and was involved in the ANZAC landing at Gallipoli. He was wounded at Gallipoli in August and transferred to hospital in Malta and then London. He recovered and rejoined his unit in Egypt and was sent to France in 1916 where he was promoted to L/Cpl. William VICKERY was KIA at Pozieres, France on 25 Jul 1916 and is buried in the Pozieres British Cemetery Ovillers-La-Boisselle, France.

A. BALL
Arthur John BALL, b. 1890, Dartmoor, Victoria, son of John James BALL & Mary Jane DOWLING. Enlisted in the AIF on 25 Sep 1916 and was with the 8th Light Horse Regiment, AIF and then as Spr 3171, 3rd Field Troop, Engineers, served in the Middle East. He was kicked in the head by a horse which caused lengthy hospitalisation, he RTA 3 Sep 1919. He married Muriel Alice BURGESS of Digby and became a Soldier Settler on Glenorchy Estate, near Merino.

F. BALL
Frederick Henry BALL, b. 1891, Strathdownie, Victoria, son of John James BALL & Mary Jane DOWLING. He was a Blacksmith when he enlisted in the AIF on 24 Jul 1915 and embarked 6 May 1916 as with Reinforcements for the 8th Light Horse Regiment, AIF. Joined the Anzac Mounted Division the Middle East and then transferred to 3rd Field Troop Engineers. He later transferred to the 2nd Field Squadron, Engineers and became a Corporal on 20 May 1918. Frederick BALL RTA on 6 Sep 1918 where he later married Johanna SPRING of Bahgallah in 1920 and he died in Naracoorte, SA in 1956.

V. BALL
Vicor Joseph BALL, b. 1893, Dartmoor, Victoria, son of John James BALL & Mary Jane DOWLING. Enlisted in the AIF on 6 Apr 1915 and embarked 8 May 1915. Joined the 21st at Gallipoli 29 Aug 1915, returned to the Middle East after the evacuation. Landed in France with 21st Battalion on 26 May 1916, serving with that unit and later the 24th Battalion, AIF until he RTA on 27 May 1919. He married Annie SPRING of Bahgallah and became a Soldier Settler on Glenorchy Estate, near Merino.

H. BLAIR
Could be Henry Charles BLAIR, b. 1875, Casterton, Victoria, son of John Allan BLAIR, Farmer of Bahgallah and Hannah LARKIN. Attended Bahgallah School S.S.1586 in the 188Os. Served in the Boer War in South Africa as Cpl 6 4th Victorian Bushmen's Contingent.

J. BLAIR
Could be William John BLAIR, b. 1871, Casterton, Victoria, son of John Allan BLAIR, Farmer of Bahgallah and Hannah LARKIN. Attended Bahgallah School S.S.1586 in the 188Os. Served in the Boer War in South Africa as Pte 964 5th Victorian Mounted Rifles.

P. COLGON
Lawrence Patrick Francis COLGON, b. 1888, Mount Gambier, South Australia, son of Lawrence COLGAN and Ellen MORRESEY. Medical examination at Casterton on 26 Apr 1915 when he enlisted in the AIF. Served as Pte 2346 in the 5th & 6th Battalions, AIF in France, RTA 18 May 1919 and died at Bordertown, South Australia in 1955.
Bahgallah Honour Roll (District Volunteers)

J. DOWLING
Edwin John DOWLING, b. 1893, Warracknabeal, Victoria, son of Frederick DOWLING and Harriet Jane SPENCER appears to have been known as John. He enlisted in the AIF from the Casterton area on 26 Mar 1915 with his Father, Frederick DOWLING, Farmer of Bahgallah named as NOK. John joined the 21st Battalion, AIF in the Middle East, RTA for medical treatment then rejoined his unit in 1916. He was transferred to the 58th Battalion and went to France on 28 Jun 1916 where he served until 1919 and RTA 24 Nov 1919. He lived at Casterton after the War, married and moved to Mildura where he died in 1967.

A. GRUMMETT
Alan GRUMMETT, b. 1898, Hawthorn, Melbourne, Victoria, son of Joseph GRUMMETT & Mary Fanny PAIGE. Alan enlisted in the AIF at Casterton 7 Feb 1918, his father Joseph GRUMMETT was a farmer of Bahgallah who was recorded at the time as being a Munitions Worker on Active Service in England. Alan embarked from Sydney with Artillery Reinforcements on 30 Apr 1918 and served in France in WW1 in 1918 as Gnr 39587, 6th Field Artillery Brigade, AIF, completed a Wool Classing course in England RTA 8 Sep 1919.

C. GRUMMETT
Clive Joseph GRUMMETT, b. 1893, Hawthorn, Melbourne, Victoria, son of Joseph GRUMMETT & Mary Fanny PAIGE. Clive was at Bahgallah, near Casterton when he enlisted in the 1st AIF, his father Joseph GRUMMETT was a farmer of Bahgallah. He served in WW1 as Pte 1987, 39th Battalion, AIF, enlisted 1 May 1916, wounded in action in France, RTA 1918. He married Alice Edith CHERRY in the 1920s and they farmed at Langkoop west of Casterton.

J. GRUMMETT
Joseph GRUMMETT, b. abt 1865, Lincolnshire, England, married Mary Fanny PAIGE in 1890, Victoria, Australia. Joseph & Mary had at least 4 children in Melborne from 1893 to 1905. By Sep 1913 Joseph GRUMMETT was recorded as a Farmer at Bahgallah when his youngest daughter Marjorie enrolled at Bahgallah School. Tow of his sons, Clive and Alan enlisted and served overseas in the AIF. When Alan enlisted in Feb 1918 his father was recorded as a Munitions Worker on active service in England. The National Archives has him listed as Munitions Worker No 2604 and he appears to have died at Bendigo in 1933. His other son Sydney Paige GRUMMETT 1895-1952 was a Farmer & Grazier at Bahgallah 1943-1952 when he had children attending the local Bahgallah School.

T. HOPE
Thomas HOPE, b. 1882 Apsley, Victoria, son of Richard Armstrong HOPE and Isabella EDGAR. Thomas was listed as a Labourer of Bahagallah Road, Casterton when he applied to the AIF in May 1916. He married Mary Anne McDONALD of Strathdownie in 1916 and they had at least 4 children after the war. He enlisted on 29 May 1916 and embarked with reinforcements for the 8th Battalion, AIF on 11 Sep 1916. He joined the Battalion in France and served there until wounded on 23 Aug 1918 when he was hospitalised in England. He RTA on 23 Mar 1919 and returned to Casterton. He became a Soldier Settler on Konongwootong North Estate where his children started school. Thomas HOPE died in 1929 and is buried in the Casterton New Cemetery.

C. NEWTON
Charles Henry NEWTON, b. 1894, Dergholm, near Casterton, son of Henry NEWTON and Mary "Kate" McCOMBE who worked on "Roseneath Station". He was recorded as a Labourer, aged 20y when he enlisted in the AIF on 3 Apr 1916, embarked with reinforcements for the 39th Battalion from Melbourne on 27 May 1916. He arrived in France 4 Feb 1917 and served as Pte 1700, 39th Battalion, AIF, until WIA on 7 Jun 1917 and was then invalided to England. He returned to his Battalion in France on 10 May 1918 and served until KIA on 24 Aug 1918 and was buried in the Bray Vale British Cemetery, Bray-Sur-Somme, France

F. NOWACKI
Fleycian Emil NOWACKI, b. 1891, Casterton, Victoria, son of Leon NOWACKI and Isabella GRINHAM. Fleycian was listed as a 23 year old farmer from Bahgallah when he enlisted in the AIF on 29 Mar 1915. He embarked from Melbourne on 9 Jul 1915 with reinforcements for the 24th Battalion, AIF. and arrived in the Middle East. He was transferred to the Camel Corps on 4 Mar 1916 and promoted to Corporal then Sergent on 20 Apr 1917. On 1 Jul 1918 he transferred to the 14th Light Horse Regiment and remained with that unit until his RTA 25 Aug 1919. He married Mary Elizabeth McINTYRE, a member of another Bahgallah family and became a Soldier Settler in Nandeela Estate to the North of Casterton. He was a Glenelg Shire Councillor in the 1940s and died at Casterton in 1965.

N. SOMERVILLE
Norman SOMERVILLE, b. 1895, "Airlie" Sandford, son of James SOMERVILLE and Catherine COTTER. Served in as WW1 Sgt 11907, 4th Field Artillery Brigade, AIF, enlisted 10 Aug 1915, Melbourne, served Egypt & Western Front, WIA 15 Oct 1917, Belgium, RTA 29 May 1919; WW2 (VDC). Later a Farmer of "Verdant Hills", Carapook.

J. TURLEY
Could be James Joseph TURLEY, b. 1899, Yea, Victoria, son of Patrick Joseph TURLEY and Zillah Jane WILSON. This James TURLEY was a Railway employee in the Casterton distrct in 1928. )

M. VICKERY
Murdoch VICKERY, b. 1890, Casterton, Victoria, son of William Reuben VICKERY & Mary Jane LAMONT. Murdoch married Elvy Viola WILLIAMS in 1915 prior to embarkation for overseas service with the AIF. He was recorded as a labourer of Casterton when he enlisted in the AIF in 1915. Served in WW1 as Pte 3933, 21st Battalion, AIF, enlisted 16 July 1915, served in France 1916-1917, RTA 20 Jul 1917 and discharged as medically unfit and allocated a military pension. Murdoch and Elvy VICKERY had 8 chn before Elvy died in 1930 and Murdoch in 1940, both are buried in the Apsley Cemetery.

R. VICKERY
Reuben Lawrence VICKERY, b. 1887, Casterton, Victoria, son of William Reuben VICKERY & Mary Jane LAMONT. Reuben enlisted in the AIF on 13 Oct 1915 but was discharged soon after as medically unfit. He enlisted again on 25 Oct 1916 and embarked overseas from Melbourne in Nov 1916 with reinforcements for the 21st Battalion, AIF. He served in France from 1917 to 1919 with the 21st & 24 Battalions until his RTA on 4 Feb 1920. He moved to NSW and married in 1921 and appears to have died at Wollongong in 1971.

J. R. FERRIER
James Russell FERRIER, b. 1895, Casterton, Victoria, son of George FERRIER and Annie Isabella MILLER. Enrolled at Bahgallah School 1901-1902. He enlisted in the AIF on 15 Sep 1915 and served as Cpl 1567, 3rd Light Horse Regiment in the Middle East where he was wounded in action and RTA 3 Jul 1919. He married Elizabeth Maude HERITAGE from Wentworth, NSW and died at Coleraine in 1974.

G. A. GRAHAM
George Alexander GRAHAM, b. 1881, Casterton, Victoria, son of George GRAHAM and Mary Ann MORESSY. He enrolled at Bahgallah School in 1886. He enlisted in the AIF on 1 May 1917 and was trained with the Machine Gun Reinforcements in Adelaide and at Seymour, Victoria. He was discharged as medically unfit on 29 Sep 1917. He enlisted again on 1 Oct 1917 but was agian discharged as medically unfit on 9 Oct 1917 in Adelaide. He married bessie Florence TAYLOR at Mount Gambier in 1918 and died at Mount Gambier, South Australia in 1947.

W. HUMPHRIES
Walter "James" HUMPHRIES, b. 1889, Bahgallah, Victoria, son of Henry Robert HUMPHRIES and Mary Mary Jane JESSUP. He enrolled at Bahgallah School in 1894 and again in 1901, son of Henry HUMPHRIES, Farmer of Bahgallah. He applied to enlist in the AIF on 29 Apr 1916 as a labourer of Bahgallh. He trained as Pte 45827, 39th Battalion (3rd Reinforcements), AIF from 22 May 1916 to 29 Aug 1916 at Ballarat but was discharged as medically unfit on 29 Aug 1916. He married Ruby Muriel TAYLOR 1892-1975 of Portland, and he died at Portland in 1947.

W. KIPPING
William KIPPING, b. 1883, "Spring Bank Station", near Bahgallah, Victoria, son of John Thomas KIPPING and Elizabeth "Betsy" EVANS. Enrolled at Bahgallah School in 1895 having previously attended school at Casterton. William married Edith DAVIS in 1905 and they had 3 children. He applied to enlist in the AIF on 20 Jan 1916 as a Labourer of Murray Street, Casterton. Trained with the 14th Depot Battalion and 39th Battalion, 2bd Reinforcements in Ballarat from 29 Mar 1916 to 28 Aug 1916 when he was discharged for being medically unfit. William died at Hamilton in 1971.

A. F. McINTYRE
Angus Finlayson McINTYRE, b. 1893, Casterton, Victoria, son of Donald McKay McINTYRE and Catherine Ann FINLAYSON. Angus enrolled at Bahgallah School in May 1901 after moving from school in Casterton. He served in the RAN in WW1. He married and had one child and died in 1975.

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