When his wife Mary died, she was interred with him
This person is also interred in the same grave,
Jonas William BORWICK (31/3/1939)
Andrew and Mary never married but they did have seven children and as noted on Mary`s death certificate, all illegitimate
While at work at the Dry Dock South Brisbane, yesterday, Andrew Borwick, an engineer fractured two ribs on the right side, through a fall against a grating. The Ambulance Brigade gave him first aid and took him to the Mater Misericordiae Hospital Borwick resides at George-street, Kangaroo Point.
Royal Society of St. George. (1914, June 3). The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933), p. 9. Link to TROVE
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 11th.
Before Messrs, T. Smith, M.L.A., and T. A. Thistlethwaite, J'bP.
ALLEGED LEAVING WIFE WITHOUT SUPPORT.
Mary Jane Borwick v. Andrew Henderson Borwick for leaving his wife without means of support. Withdrawn.
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 11TH. (1896, February 15). Record (Emerald Hill, Vic : 1881 - 1900), p. 3. Link to TROVE
BORWICK - The Funeral of ANDREW H. BORWICK, will move from his late residence, 116 George-street, Kangaroo Paint, THIS (Thursday) FORENOON, at 10.30 o'clock, to the Bulimba Cemetery. Private interment. No flowers by request.
Family Notices. (1922, January 19). The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933), p. 6. Link to TROVE
This person is also interred in the same grave,
Jonas William BORWICK (31/3/1939)
Borwick. - The Funeral of Mary Frances Borwick, late of 116 George Street, Kangaroo Point, will move from St. Joseph's R. C. Church Kangaroo Point, This (Saturday) Afternoon, at 2 o'clock, to the Bulimba Cemetery. Remains will be at Wickham Street Parlour until 11 o'clock. No flowers by request.
K. M. SMITH, Funeral Director.
Family Notices. (1933, April 15). The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933), p. 12. Link to TROVE
MR. J. QUIGLEY DEAD.
Well Known Launceston Identity.
LAUNCESTON, Wednesday. - The death of Mr. James W. Quigley, of the Brisbane Hotel, Launceston, which 0ccurred this afternoon at his country home, "The Grange," St. Leonards, has removed a well-known personality and highly respected citizen who for many years was closely associated with movements for the advancement not only of the city of Launceston but of the State. The end did not come unexpectedly. In November, 1929, accompanied by his sister, Miss Elvie Quigley, Mr. Quigley, who was enjoying the best of health, was on a sea trip from Melbourne to Fremantle and when the boat was nearing the port he slipped on the deck and fractured a knee-cap. After lengthy treatment in a private hospital at Adelaide he returned to Launceston, and although three or four months ago he was able to walk about without the aid of sticks complications set in. A visit to a private hospital in Melbourne and a subsequent operation did not have the desired effect, and Mr. Quigley retired a short while ago to ''The Grange," where he gradually sank.
A native of Westbury, Mr. Quigley, who was 58 years of age, was the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Peter Quigley, who were engaged in agricultural pursuits. Educated at the Westbury State school Mr. Quigley took up farming, and then went into the employ of Mr. L. Deleuse at the Brisbane Hotel, and subsequently became manager of the hotel for Mr. Francois Cognet, who had taken over the license. Then he entered into,the hotel business for himself, became licensee of the City Hotel, the Bridge Hotel, and the Cornwall, which he owned. His charming personality and the close study of the requirements of patrons made a success of his business. In 1918 he took over the Brisbane Hotel from Mr. Walter Read, and his first step was to have the premises remodelled.
Mr. Quigley was unmarried, and had the valuable assistance of his sister, Miss Elvie Quigley, to whom he owes much of his success in life. Apart from the Brisbane Hotel Mr. Quigley had interests in tho Academy of Music and other prominent buildings in Launceston and also in the Rosevears Hotel at Rosevears.
Nearly all the notable visitors to Launceston made the Brisbane Hotel their headquarters, and Mr. Quigley's personality, combined with a quiet sense of humor, made him very popular. Among his most valued possessions was an autographed photograph together with a diamond tie pin presented to him by the Prince of Wales.
The late Mr. Quigley leaves three sisters-Miss Elvie Quigley, Mrs. Borwick, residing at Kangaroo Point, Brisbane; and Mrs. Dulling, wife of Captain G. H. Dulling, residing at "The Grange," St. Leonards. There are two brothers-Mr. Peter Quigley, who has been closely associated with his late brother at the Brisbane Hotel, and John, residing at Queensland.
The funeral will leave the Church of Apostles, Margaret street, Launceston, this afternoon for Westbury. The interment is to be in the family grave at the Westbury Catholic Cemetery.
MR. J. QUIGLEY DEAD. (1931, February 26). Advocate (Burnie, Tas. : 1890 - 1954), p. 2. Link to TROVE
Andrew married Lilly Catherine EULER in Monday, 11 April 1927
ALLEGED UNLAWFUL KILLING
DEFENDANT- ALLOWED £100 BAIL
Bail of £100 and one surety of £100 was allowed Andrew Henderson Borwick (35), motor mechanic, when he appeared in the Police Court before Mr. J. Stewart Berge, p.m., yesterday, charged with having on August 22, at Brisbane, unlawfully killed Stephen David Brennan. Mr. W. J. Kennedy appeared for the defendant. Detective Senior-Sergeant T. M. Brannelly, who prosecuted, asked for a remand until August 29, which the magistrate granted. Stephen David Brennan (50), single, of Main Street, Kangaroo Point, who was admitted to the General Hospital late on Wednesday afternoon, suffering from a probable fracture of the skull, alleged to have been received when he intervened in a fight between two men in the yard of an hotel at Kangaroo Point, died Thursday afternoon.
ALLEGED UNLAWFUL KILLING. (1935, August 24). The Courier-Mail (Brisbane, Qld. : 1933 - 1954), p. 10. Link to TROVE
A SPECIAL COURT.
ALLEGED STOLEN MOTOR CAR,
On Saturday afternoon Andrew Henderson Borwick was arrested at Woolloongabba, and charged with having stolen a motor car. A special court sat at 3 p.m. yesterday, Mr. H. L. Archdall, C.P.M., presiding, and Borwick was charged that, on July 26, at Main-street, Woolloongabba, Brisbane, he stole an Overland motor car, valued at £316, the property of Edward Wade. Mr. W. J. Kennedy appeared for the defendant, and made an application for bail. The Chief Police Magistrate granted bail, and remanded the accused until Monday, August 4
A SPECIAL COURT. (1924, July 28). The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933), p. 13. Link to TROVE
For having, failed to furnish income tax returns and information, the following persons were fined by Mr. Hishon, P.M., in the Summons Court yesterday:- Horace A. Liddell, manager, Ballara, via Cloncurry, and Andrew H. Borwick, mechanic, Porter's Garage, Lennox-street, Maryborough, £5 each; Arthur Hare, miner, Mt. Mulligan, £3; and James Donnelly, insurance inspector, Atherton, £2. Each defendant was also ordered to pay 3/6 costs of court.
TAX PROSECUTIONS. (1928, February 29). The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933), p. 11. Link to TROVE
BORWICK, James W.— The Relatives and Friends of Mr. and Mrs. James William Borwick, of Bunya Street, Eagle Junction, are invited to attend the Funeral of their beloved Infant Son, James William, to move from the Funeral Chapel, Stanley Street, South Brisbane, This (Friday) Afternoon, at 3.45 o'clock, to Bulimba cemetery.
Family Notices (1939, March 31). The Courier-Mail (Brisbane, Qld. : 1933 - 1954), , p. 10 (Second Section.). Link to TROVE
GRAYSON.-On the 6th instant, at her residence, Silverwood, Jane, wife of John Grayson; aged 81.
Family Notices. (1899, May 9). Warwick Argus (Qld. : 1879 - 1901), p. 2. Link to TROVE
GRAYSON.-On the 6th inst., at her residence, Silverwood, Jane, the beloved wife of John Grayson; aged 81 years. Deeply regretted.
Family Notices. (1899, May 10). Warwick Examiner and Times (Qld. : 1867 - 1919), p. 3. Link to TROVE
GRAYSON- On the 5th of May, at her residence, "Silverwood," Warwick, the dearly beloved wife of John Grayson, and sister of Mr. James Morgan, Kindook, Canoona.
Family Notices. (1899, June 17). The Capricornian (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1875 - 1929), p. 17. Link to TROVE
GRAYSON.-In loving remembrance of our dear mother, Jane Grayson, who departed this life May 6th, 1899.
A loss that stings a feeling heart,
For hard indeed it is to part;
The thought drops many a silent tear,
For she that's dead was truly dear.
-Inserted by her loving sons and daughters.
GRAYSON.-In sad but loving memory of our dear mother, who departed this life at Silverwood on the 6th of May, 1899. Sadly missed.
Short and sudden was her call,
Of one we loved so dear ;
Only for us 'tis left to say,
"Father, Thy will be done."
-Inserted by her sorrowing daughter, Rachel A. Spreadborough, and four grandsons.
Family Notices. (1900, May 5). Warwick Argus (Qld. : 1879 - 1901), p. 2. Link to TROVE