Christina Olivia ANDERSON + Louis Edward SAWARD - Burnie
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Louis ANDERSON + Annie Oliva HANSEN, Burnie, Tasmania
about daughter ** CHRISTINA OLIVIA ANDERSON & LOUIS EDWARD SAWARD
Christina Olivia Anderson (2nd child, 1st daughter, of Louis & Annie) was born 7 April 1889 in New Zealand, she married Louis Edward SAWARD (1884-1970) on
27 December 1904 in Burnie, Tasmania
- her parents Louis ANDERSON & Annie Olivia HANSEN had married on
27 December 1884 in New Zealand
CHRISTINA & LOUIS had 16 children:
(information taken from the family tree Ancestors: Annie Mary Saward)
1... George Edward Saward (1905-1988)
* George married Eliza Maira WINTER (1906-1989) in 1929 & had 4 children
2... Archibald Harold 'Archie' Saward (1906-1984)
* Archibald married Mary Elizabeth SANKEY (1905-1980) in 1928 & had 3 children, Annie Mary, Eileen Elizabeth & Barry Saward. They moved to Wesley Vale in 1942 (Wesley Vale is 58km east of Burnie)
27 April 1949 - ENGAGEMENT, Mr and Mrs A. H. Saward, "Glenholme," Wesley Vale, have much pleasure in announcing the engagement of their eldest daughter, Annie Mary, to Maxwell Thomas (Tom), eldest son of Mr and Mrs L. E. Lusted, 31 Dodgin Street, Wynyard.
3 November 1949 - COMING OF AGE PARTY, On Saturday night, October 29, Mr and Mrs A. H. Saward, "Glenholme," Wesley Vale, entertained 120 guests in the Northdown Hall to celebrate the coming-of-age of their eldest daughter, Anne. The guest of honor pinned to her frock of sky blue crepe a platinum key set with diamonds, the gift of her parents. The evening was spent in dancing and community singing. Supper was served buffet-style. A feature of the table was a two tiered cake, made by the guest of honor's mother and decorated by her sister, Eileen, in pink, blue and white icing, and topped with 21 candles, a blue ladder and gold key. After the cake had been cut, Mr Tom. Lusted responded to good wishes on behalf of his fiancee, who received many gifts.
16 February 1950 - ENGAGEMENT, Mr and Mrs A. H. Saward, "Glenholme," Wesley Vale, have much pleasure in announcing the engagement of their youngest daughter, Eileen Elizabeth, to Maxwell Raymond, youngest son of Mrs H. Hardacre, South Riana, and the late Mr. W. Hardacre. Northdown.
3... Florence Olive Annie Saward (1908-2007)
* Florence married Cyril SMITH (1897-1973) & had 5 children
(Burnie, Tasmania), Tuesday 20 May 1924 WEDDING BELLS, SMITH-SAWARD, On Wednesday last a marriage took place between Florence Olive, eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs Louis Saward of Glanco Creek, Stowport, and Cyril, third son of Mr and Mrs J. J. Smith, of Upper Stowport. The ceremony was performed hy Mr George Atkinson, at the Gospel Hall, Burnie. The bride was attended by two bridesmaids, Misses Lorna Arthur and Lucy Saward. The bridegroom was supported by Mr Arch. Sawnard. The bride wore a costume of embroidered voile, with white hat trimmed with orange blossom, and carried a bouquet of chrysanthemums.
The wedding breakfast was held at the residence of thc bride's parents.
In the evening a wedding social was held in the Public Hall, which was well attended, and at which many presents were given. The future home of the young couple will be in Stowport.
4... Stanley Louis Saward (1909-1915)
* Stanley died in Latrobe Hospital 23 May 1915 aged 6
5... Wilfred 'Norton' Allen Saward (1912-1967)
* born in West Montagu, Tasmania, Wilfred died 20 August 1967 aged 54
* he is buried Plot 12, Section 5-G at Penquin General cemetery
6... James Campbell Saward (1918-1970) (Marj's father)
* James married Olga Mary FRANKCOMBE (1924-2008) in 1944 & had 4 children
Burnie, Tasmania 1944 - WEDDING BELLS, SAWARD-FRANKCOMBE On July 8, at the Preolenna (Gospel Hall, the marriage was solemnmied by Rev. W. Bampton, of Wynyard, of Olga Mary, eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs H. U. Frankcombe, Preolenna, to James Campbell, fifth son of Mr and Mrs L. E. Saward, of Burnie. The bride, who was given away by her father, wore an ankle-length white satin gown. Her pale gold tulle veil was hand embroidered by her mother, and worn with a halo of orange blossom. She carried a beautifully-bound Bible, the gift of her paternal grandmother, and was attended by her sister, Miss Betty Frankcombe (aged 12), as bridesmaid. She wore an ankle-length dusty pink lightweight woollen frock, and a shoulder-length pink tulle veil. She also carried a beautifully bound Bible. The groom was attended by his brother, Mr Les Saward. A reception was held at the bride's parents' home, about 30 guests being present. A feature of the bride's table was a three tier wedding cake, made by the bride's mother, and decorated by Mrs A. Poke, of Wynyard. Mr and Mrs. J. C. Saward are residing at Preolenna.
* James was buried 19 Oct 1970, Plot 4, Section S-J at Penguin General cemetery
* Olga was buried 7 March 2008, Plot 5, Section R-J at Penguin General cemetery
7... Lance William Saward (1921-1958)
* Lance married Mavis Beryl BUSZARD in 1946 in Melbourne & had a child
(Burnie, Tasmania) Friday 26 April 1946 - BUSZARD-SAWARD, In the Northcote Church of Christ, Melbourne, on March 23, the marriage of Mavis Beryl, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. Buszard, Northcote, to L.A.G. Lance William, sixth son of Mr and Mrs L. Saward, Ladbrooko street, Burnie was solemnised by Padre Graham
The bride, who was given away by her father, wore a gown of brocaded satin, and carried a bouquet of frangipanni and gladioli. She was attended by her sister, Miss Doreen Buszard, who wore a gown of white sheer, with a white picture hat, and carried red cactus dahlias and gladioli. The best man was Dvr. W. Bassett (ex.A.I.F.). Master Jack Baker sang "Because." A reception was held in Austral Hall, Northcote, where the usual toasts were honored. The bride and groom toured Tasmania, before returning by plane to Melbourne, where they intend making their home.
* Lance is memorialised at the Garden Of Remembrance 3 Wall Niches, Fawkner Memorial, Melbourne, 14 May 1958
8... Lucy Mary Saward
* Lucy married Thomas McCARTY (1910-1957) & had 6 children
9... Ida Violet Saward
* Ida married Ralph George de BOMFORD & had a daughter
(Burnie, Tasmania) 14 Sep 1949 - GRANTED DECREE NISI, In the Supreme Court at Devonpoort yesterday, Ralph George de Bomford petitioned for divorce from Ida Violet de Bomford ...
10.. Stella Maud Saward
* Ida married Thomas GUTTRIDGE & had 4 children
11.. Eileen Daphne 'Jean' Saward
* Eileen married Robert 'Bob' GUTTRIDGE & had 3 children
on 25 September 1946 - GUTTRIDGE (nee Jean Saward), at Adelaide, South Australia, to Bob and Jean, a son. Both well.
12.. Jack Saward
* Jack married Dorothy Frances HILL & had 5 children
13.. Nellie Marie Isabelle 'Nell' Saward
* Nellie married Wilfred Marcus Allan COWELL & had 2 children
on October 25 1953 COWELL, Wilfred Marcus Allan, dearly loved husband of Neille Marie Cowell and loving daddy of Richard and Suzanne, and brother-in-law of Mr and Mrs L. Saward (Penguin); aged 44 years. Accidentally drowned
on October 25 1952 Wilfred Marcus Allan, dearly loved second youngest son of Mrs E. Cowell (Stanley) and loved brother of Elsie (dec.), Gladys (Mrs Nicholls, Melbourne), Archie (Traralgon), Irene (Mrs Ferguson, Richmond), Frank (dec.), Claude (Stanley), Gwen (dec.); aged 44 years. Accidentally drowned.
THREE DROWNED WHEN FISHING VESSEL STRUCK REEF AT NIGHT - Raymond Etchell (34), his son John (6) and Wilfred Marcus Alan Cowell (44), all of Stanley, lost their lives when Etchell's fishing launch 'Telopea' struck a reef off Guyton Point, on the north-eastern corner of Robin's Island, early on Saturday morning. Residents of the island who saw the Telopea ashore on the beach about 9.30 a.m. discovered tho bodies of the two men. With the pedal radio service at the island temporarily out of order, first news of the tragedy was taken to Smithton by Mr William Holyman, who arrived there by launch at 4.30 p.m. on Saturday.
The Telopea left Stanley I at 10 o'clock on Friday night for the crayfishing grounds of Hunter's Island and should have been off Robins Island about midnight. The reef, which runs out from the bluff at Guyton Point for about 200 yards contains three pinnacles at spaced intervals. They are nearly awash at high tide. In the darkness they are almost invisible and sailors give the point a wide berth. Etchell had a good knowledge of the island, and would have been aware of the dangers of the reef.
Local fishermen state that Friday night was fairly calm and clear, and find it difficult to know why the boat should have been close enough inshore to strike the reef.
As both bodies were without coats or boots it is thought the men made an effort to swim ashore. The presence of the child, John Etchell, on the wrecked vessel was not suspected until contact was made with Stanley. His body was found yesterday morning about 100 yards from the wreck. Plans to take Dr. D. G. Packham and the police to thc Island yesterday by air were upset by rough weather, which grounded planes in the area.
Sen. Constable R. Lockett and Trooper S. Crocket, of Stanley, were taken to the Island by Etehel's brother, Mr Oscar Etchell, in his fishing boat, the Cutty Sark, yesterday morning.
In the course of an extremely rough passage, with gales estimated at about 50 miles per hour, both police officers sustained cuts and bruises. After another hazardous voyage the three victims were taken to Smithton late yesterday afternoon.
An inquiry will be opened in Smithton to-day when evidence of identification will be taken by the Coroner (Mr R. H. Atkinson). Etchell is survived by his widow and a three-year-old daughter and Cowell by his widow and a small son and daughter
25 October 1954 - IN MEMORIAM, In loving memory of our darling daddy, Wilfred, accidentallly drowned, October 25, 1952. Always remembered -Inserted by his loving children, Richard and Suzanne, Railton.
* Nellie next married George de BOMFORD
14.. Valerie Lorna Merle Saward
* Valerie married William KEENAN & had 4 children
* Valerie married Mervyn COLQUHOUN
NOTE of interest - On 25 April 1953 William Keenan, Valerie's husband (above) and her brother Leslie Arnold Saward (next) were in Burnie court for theft ... Two men, charged with stealing blankets and food from a camp at Rulla, near Sisters Creek, on March 1, were convicted in the Police Court yesterday. Leslie Arnold Saward (27), married, laborer, of Penguin; and William Keenan (about 25), linesman, of Terrylands, pleaded guilty before Messrs G. Lyons and G. G. Moline, J.P.'s, to a charge of having stolen four single blankets, a lumber jacket, tin of meat, and tin opener, to a total value of ?9/10/, the property of John Wallace. Each was fined ?2, with 2/6 costs, and ordered to make restitution of 30/ each. Senior-Constable D. M. Rattray, who prosecuted, said that with Det. V. J. Rainbird, he recovered some of the goods at Sisters Creek on Thursday, and later found the tin-opener in Keenan's possession at Terrylands. On a further charge of having damaged three panes of glass, valued at 6/, the property of the Public Works Department, convictions were recorded against Saward and Keenan, with 2/6 costs. They were each ordered to pay 6/ damages.
15.. Leslie Arnold Saward (1928-1991)
* Leslie married Ethel WRIGHT & had a daughter
* Leslie married Winnifred CANUSH
* Leslie was buried 10 July 1991 aged 63 Plot 906, Section S-A R-Q at Central Coast Memorial park, Tasmania
16.. Lyle Raymond Saward (1931-1999)
* Lyle married Doreen SHERRIFFE & had 3 children
* Lyle married Kelly ?
* Lyle was buried 13 September 1999 aged 68 Plot 28, S-C R-B at Central Coast Memorial
Louis Edward Saward died 11 October 1970 aged 86
Christina Olivia Saward died 31 May 1982 aged 93
- they are buried Plot 3, Section S-I at Penguin General Cemetery
PENGUIN, on the northwest coast overlooking Bass Strait
taken from Penguin, Tasmania