WOYNA AVENUE (ROSEBUD WEST, VIC., AUST.), A NOBLE NAME!
ZICHY-WOINARSKI seemed out of place. There were plenty of Cape Verde Islanders, Chinese and Maoris involved in the early history of the Southern Peninsula but no New Aussies with a name like Zichy-Woinarski. Then I saw the name mentioned in trove articles about Mornington and in a heritage study, HO239, regarding Woyna House in Rosebud West. After about two years,I finally twigged that there might be a connection between the names WOYNA and WOINARSKI. Little did I suspect that both names were connected with Polish nobility,that the Zichy part of the name has been traced back to Hungary in the 13th century or that the official Language of Hungary until 1848 was Latin (a world record!) The Zichy genealogy does not include the origin of the ZICHY-WOINARSKI name but the Table Talk article does. I have included the Zichy-Woinarski genealogy down to George Alexander,the owner of the Woyna farm at Rosebud West.
Realising Auction of a Peninsula Farm,
BALANCE OF WOYNA ESTATE, DROMANA.
By order of G. A. Woinarski, Esq. We will Sell as above, Woyna Farm, 32o Acres,
SITUATED on main Melbourne-Sorrento road, 2 miles from Rye and Rosebud and 5 miles from Dromana, comprising about 140 acres of flat and 180 acres of undulating country.
THE FLATS are peat land of a rich alluvial character, with an abundance of lime, as rich and fertile as Carrum or Koo-wee-rup. The light land also has lime in it and is suitable for Hay, Rape, or Melilotus. THE HOMESTEAD comprises an 8roomed Villa, with Lawn and Garden, windmill, Water laid on, Bathing Box, Motor Garage with brick floor.
IMPORTANT.-Failing a Sale as a whole, the property will be offered in two lots.
Lot 1.--Homestead & about 166acres. Lot 2.-154 acres, 80 flats. Both with frontage to main road (etc.) (P.2, Mornington Standard, 27-5-1916.)
Dr. V. J. Woinarski Passes
Dr V. J. E. Zichy Woinarski died suddenly on Friday last, at his home in Mornington, as a result of a heart seizure which overcame him while he was returning from a sick call. Dr Woinarski, who was a brother to Judge Woinarski, gained his medical degree at Melbourne University after receiving his education at Melbourne Grammar School, and prior to the war he practiced for several years at North Melbourne. He served in the war as a captain in the Army Medical Corps, and on returning to Australia he conducted his practice at Mornington. He was 56 years of age, and he has left a widow, two sons and a daughter.
(P.3, Frankston and Somerville Standard, 3-6-1921.)
A COLONIST who well illustrates what was said some time ago in those columns as regards the importance of the foreign element in the foundation, progress and prosperity of Australia, passed away last Friday, January 30, Mr. George Gustave Zichy-Winarsrski was a Pole of high family, and came to Victoria soon after the gold discoveries. He was born at Teschen, Silisia, in 1824. His father, Count Zichy, had married the Countess Woinarski, of Woyna, and the second son of this marriage, the subject of this notice, took by agreement the conjoint name of Zichy- Woinarski. In the local gymnasium he was noted for his great abilities and he studied law with such success that, at the ago of 21 years he had reached the status of Magistrate, and proceeded then to the University of Lemberg. Fired with the universal desire for freedom which permeated Europe when ho was a young man, ho joined the PolishLegion which went to the relief of Hungary in her struggle with Austria in 1818, and became one of the commanding officers of that Legion, and at one time aide de camp to His Excellency, General Prince Woinarski. (etc.) (P.1, Table Talk, 6-2-1891.)
4. ZICHY genealogy 04.01 Overview All Zichy-s are one ...
The Zichy - Woinarski line table ? I?
The point of the exact linkage of the Zichy-Woinarski line to the main Zichy trunk is yet to be found. Therefore the numbering of the Zichy-Woinarskis is provisional.
ZW-0 X.Y. the father of only son J?nos below (possibly from the Zichy-Palota line), who emigrated from Hungary to Teschen (Silesia), probably in the 18th
ZW- 1 J?NOS (? - ?), x. 1st countess (?) Jane Susan Woynarski de Woyna
[1:] ZW-11 JOHANN (?-?)
ZW-111 JOSEPH (CICHY) (?-?) x. ?? Ella
ZW-1111 HANS (?.)
ZW-1112 MAX (?.)
ZW-1113 JOSEPHINE (?.)
ZW-1114 KURT (?.)
ZW-112 PAUL (CICHY) (?-?) x. ??
ZW-12 PAUL (?-?)
ZW-13 GEORGE-GUSTAVE (Cieszyn/Teschen, 1825.01.23 ? Melbourne 1891.01.30), x. ?, 1856.06.28. Henriette Zukerman (1836.01.19 ? 1906.02.27)
ZW-131 STANISLAUS Emil (Ballaarat, 1857.04.25 ? Wood Points 1920.04.05), x.Mortlake 1883.07.26, Flora Dundas Robertson (1860.11.30.-
ZW-1311 ALEXANDRINA (Ballaarat 1884.10.20-Eastwood 1965.03.27)
x.Mornington 1912.12.18 Henry Dundas Macartney (Waverley 1880.02.01-Toowong 1932.10.24)
ZW-1312 VALERIE Henrietta (Ballaarat 1886.06.24.-Kew 1959.09.21)
ZW-1313 ANIELLA (Ballaarat 1888.02-07-Southport 1968.08.18) x.Mornington, 1913.02.11., Arthur Youl Nankivell (Melbourne
51 ZW-1314 GEORGE Alexander (1890.07.10.-1957.08.09)
x.1911. .... H?l?ne Turnball (1891-1943) (i)
x.1944 ......Joan Finney (...-1993) (ii)
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Itellya is researching local history on the Mornington Peninsula and is willing to help family historians with information about the area between Somerville and Blairgowrie. He has extensive information about Henry Gomm of Somerville, Joseph Porta (Victoria's first bellows manufacturer) and Captain Adams of Rosebud.