A Minnie DAVIS is living North Croydon and working as a washerwoman on the 1903 Electrol Roll.
Another Minnie DAVIS died Thursday, 10 June 1948 in Brisbane no father, and her mother is recorded as Maria YOUNG. This Minnie was born Monday, 17 August 1874 as Minnie YOUNG and married Daniel (aka George) DAVIS Tuesday, 2 August 1892
The death entry for this Minnie DAVIS (nee STEDMAN) did not list any parents names and the BCC burial list says she was 80 years old and the Qld BDM Index says she was born England.
Buried in the same grave were Harry BROWN, aged 60 years, and James BURNS, also aged 60 years and both were buried on Monday, 5 October 1932. According to the Qld BDM Index, James BURNS was born in Dubbo, NSW. An index entry has not been found for Harry BROWN. There is no known connection between any of these three people.
Henry was a widower and 34 years old when he married Charlotte, who was only 22 years of age, in the Court House in Townsville. The witnesses to the marriage were A. Ross and Eliza Callaghan. His death certificate has his name recorded as Thomas Henry SMITH. His death certificate also states that he married the first time in Mackay but does not say at what age nor to whom he was married. An index for this marriage has not been found.
Because this gentleman is recorded under several different names, we will refer to him here as Henry.
Research has so far has not revealed a birth, and so, we don't know what name he was given when he was born. The first event we find for him, is his marriage to Charlotte FRENCH, where he is simply named Henry SMITH. He is said to be a widower and his death certificate says that his first marriage was in Mackay, but this marriage has not been found.
The next certificate we have is for the birth of his son, Henry, in 1873, where he is again named Henry SMITH. When his third son, Sydney Howard SMITH, is born in 1877, he is named on the certificate as Henry Theodore SMITH and again when Elizabeth is born in 1882 he is also named Henry Theodore SMITH on the certificate. When Henry and Charlotte had their last child, George, in 1883, Henry is once again named Henry Theodore SMITH on the certificate.
When Henry died on the 30th of May 1896, he was named Thomas Henry SMITH on the certificate and again on the death certificate for his son, Sydney Howard SMITH, on the 27th of June 1896, he was also named Thomas Henry SMITH. When Henry died, his son-in-law, Abraham DITTON, was listed as the informant, and again when his son, Sydney Howard SMITH died, it was Sydney's brother-in-law, Abraham DITTON (who married his sister, Sarah Ellen SMITH) who was listed as the informant. A note from Judith HEALY (nee GRIFFITHS), Henry's great-grand-daughter, says that Abraham is an 'unreliable witness'.
30-Aug-1888 Townsville, Qld.
3 COD - burning, Trismus, Peritonitis interred -- West End Cemetery [30-8-88]
I am the only known child
Yesterday afternoon as Mrs. Smith, who resides at the West End near the Show Ground was attending to some cooking, her dress caught fire, and the material being very inflammable she was instantly enveloped in flames. It was some little time before the flames were extinguished, and Mrs. Smith suffered intensely. Dr. Van Someren was immediately sent for and on arrival found that the injuries were very serious, the lower portion of the body being badly burned whilst the legs were literally roasted. Remedies were immediately applied and everything done to relieve the sufferer who was in great agony.
North Queensland Telegraph Thursday, 23 August 1888
MR. A. ALLUM. BLENHEIM. Jan. 20.-After a long illness the death took place at the Lockyer General Hospital on Wednesday night of a well-known resident of the Blenheim district, Mr. Archibald Allum. The late Mr. Allum, who was 66 years of age, was born at Oxley. Fifty years ago he came to live at Blenheim, and had resided here ever since. After 40 years of farming he recently sold out to one of his sons. He was a member of the Blenhelm Baptist Church. He is survived by a widow, seven sons, and three daughters. The sons are Messrs. William, Edwin, Archibald, Harold, Bert (Melbourne), Joseph, and Percy. His daughters are Misses Violet and Ivy, and Mrs. R. Wood. Mr. Benjamin Allum, of Forest Hill, is a brother. The funeral took place on Thursday, Rev. S. Newell officiating. A largely attended memorial service was held in the Baptist Church on Sunday, Rev. S. Newell being the preacher.
OBITUARY. (1942, January 21). Queensland Times (Ipswich) (Qld. : 1909 - 1954), p. 7 Edition: DAILY.. Link to TROVE
18 - Oct - 2014
[] THEUERKAUF, Louise Annie, parents August THEUERKAUF & Amalie Friedericke KURT
MEREDITH.- In loving memory of my dear Wife, Mother, & Grandmother, who passed away March 2nd, 1940.
Inserted by her loving Husband, William John Meredith, Daughter Pat, Grandson Earl.
MEREDITH - In loving memory of my dear Mother, Mother-in-law, Grand-mother, who departed this life 2nd March, 1939.
Remembered by her loving Daughter Zita, Harry, Olive, Eddie, Ron, Trask, also Gordon, William Hetherington, on active service.
MEREDITH.- In loving memory of my dear Mother & Mother-in-law, who passed away March 2nd, 1940.
Inserted by her loving Daughter & son-in-law, Tiny & Bob, Graham, Sydney.
MEREDITH - In loving memory of our dear Mother, who passed away 2nd March. 1940.
Inserted by her loving Daughter & Son-in-law, Cynthia & Gordon Goodall.
Family Notices. (1944, March 2). The Courier-Mail (Brisbane, Qld. : 1933 - 1954), p. 6. Link to TROVE
MEREDITH.- In loving memory of my dear Wife, Mother, Grandmother, Minnie, who passed away March 3rd, 1941.
A silent thought brings many a tear,
Of one we miss & loved so dear.
Inserted by her loving Husband, W. J. Meredith, Daughter Pat Meredith, & Sgt. Earl Meredith, A.I.F.
MEREDITH. - In loving memory of our dear Mother & Mother-in-law, Minnie, who passed away March 3rd, 1941.
Time takes away the edge of grief,
But memory turns back every leaf.
Inserted by her loving Daughter & son-in-law, Cynthea & Gnr. Gordon Goodall, A.I.F., on active service.
MEREDITH.- In loving memory of our dear Mother & Mother-in-law, Minnie, who passed away March 3rd, 1941.
Mother dear, why did you go and leave us all?
Inserted by her loving Daughter & son-in-low, Bob & Tiny Graham (Sydney).
MEREDITH. - In loving memory of our dear Mother, Mother-in-law, & Grand-mother, Minnie Meredith, who departed this life 3rd March, 1941.
She bade no one a last farewell,
And said good-bye to none.
The heavenly gates were opened,
And a loving voice said come.
Inserted by her loving Son, Bill, Daugher, Son-in-law, & Grandchildren, Trask Family, Bill & Gordon Hetherington, on active service, A.I.F.
Family Notices. (1945, March 3). The Courier-Mail (Brisbane, Qld. : 1933 - 1954), p. 8. Link to TROVE
MEREDITH.- In loving memory of my dear Wife, Mother, & G andmother, Minnie Meredith, who passed away 3/3/1940.
They miss you most who loved you best.
Inserted by her loving Husband, W. J. Meredith, Daughter Pat, & Grandson, Earl.
MEREDITH.- In loving memory of our dear Mother, Mother-in-law, Minnie, who passed away on the 3rd March, 1940.
Lovingly remembered always.
Inserted by her loving Daughters and Sons-in-law, Bob and Tiny Graham, Cynthea and Gordon Goodall.
Family Notices. (1947, March 3). The Courier-Mail (Brisbane, Qld. : 1933 - 1954), p. 10. Link to TROVE
When his daughter Mary Ann died in 1904, Charles was listed as being a schoolmaster but previously had only been listed as a labourer.
If you should know any more information about Charles, it would be most helpful to myself and other researchers, if you were to write with as many details that you can provide. I am sure that Charles would be pleased to see you taking an interest in his family history.
We need some help with Eliza so that future generations know who she is and that her existence here, although short in time, will not be forgotten. Your contribution of information would be much appreciated.
We need some help with John so that future generations know who he is and that his existence here, although short in time, will not be forgotten. Your contribution of information would be much appreciated.
Charlotte Frances and her second husband, Robert RYAN, were living with her son Adolphus Friday McDOUGALL, his wife Janet (nee NEAL) and four of their children at 12 Cardigan Road, Bow, London when the 1881 census was taken.
This street is in the civil parish of Bow, parliamentary borough of Tower Hamlets and the Ecclesiastical Parish of St Stephens.
George was listed as a chemist at his son George Frederick's marriage and also when George himself was married at Saint Pancras, Old Church, London where he was also listed as being a widower.
If you should know any more information about George, it would be most helpful to myself and other researchers, if you were to write with as many details that you can provide. I am sure that George would be pleased to see you taking an interest in his family history.
On the marriage certificate Mary was listed as a minor in the age column and so her date of birth is only an estimation.
Mary did not come to Australia but her sister Jane did come on the Chatsworth
with Andrew and his children and appears on the shipping list as his wife. There were two deaths of a Mary CHAPPEL in England in 1861. The death of Mary in Redruth had her as 80 years old and so was not the correct one.
HENDLE and BYRNE. — In loving memory of my dear Father (W. J. Hendle), also my dear Sister (Mrs. Maud Byrne), who both passed away 28th February, 1939.
Fond memories. Em., Geo., Bett.
Family Notices. (1941, February 28). The Courier-Mail (Brisbane, Qld. : 1933 - 1954), p. 16. Link to TROVE
HENDLE, BYRNE.— In loving memory of my Dad, William J. Hendle, & my Sister, Mrs. Maud Byrne, who both passed away 28th February, 1939.
Cherished memories. Em, Geo Bett.
Family Notices. (1944, February 28). The Courier-Mail (Brisbane, Qld. : 1933 - 1954), p. 4. Link to TROVE
Brisbane Father And Daughter Die On Same Day
A man and his daughter died within a few hours of each other on Tuesday, and their funerals took place yesterday.
The father was Mr. William James Hendle, 88, of 35 Kedron Park Road, Wooloowin, who had been ill for a long time, and his daughter was Mrs. Esther Maud Byrne, of 104 Abbotsford Road, Mayne Junction, who met with an accident a year ago.
Mrs. Byrne's funeral left the Adelaide Street funeral parlour of Cannon and Cripps at 10 a.m. yesterday for the Mt. Thompson Crematorium, and her father's funeral left the same parlour for the Toowong Cemetery at 2.30 p.m.
Brisbane Father And Daughter Die On Same Day. (1939, March 2). The Courier-Mail (Brisbane, Qld. : 1933 - 1954), p. 2. Link to TROVE
HENDLE.— The Relatives and Friends of Mr. and Mrs W. E. Hendle, Mr, and Mrs. C. J. Hendle (Mareeba. North Queensland), Mr. and Mrs. A. Hendle, Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Abell, and Mr. G. Byrne and Families are Invited to attend the Funeral of their beloved Father, Father-in-law, Grand father, and Great-Grandfather, Mr. Wil- liam James Hendle, to leave the Funeral Parlour, 45 Adelaide Street, City, This (Wednesday) Afternoon, at 2.30 o'clock, for the Toowong Cemetery.
Family Notices. (1939, March 1). The Courier-Mail (Brisbane, Qld. : 1933 - 1954), p. 12 Section: Second Section.. Link to TROVE
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