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2019 Number 09


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Women involved in War

For its 2019 Remembrance Day Ceremony, the Bungarby Memorial Hall and War Memorial committee is planning to honour women related to any family within the Monaro Pioneers’ area, deceased or living, who served their country in any way in any conflicts in which Australia has been involved. These include any women who may have participated in nursing, the Women’s Land Army, any of the military services, the Red Cross and the Country Womens Association, etc. during any conflicts since but including WW1.

The committee plans to honour each woman with hopefully a photo and some information about each particular woman’s involvement in the various conflicts.

If you would like your female family member to be included in this project please contact Christine Cassilles and Robin Daley on the contact information below.

 Christine Cassilles: Phone: 6288 6029

Mobile: 0427 265 759

Email: cassgate@bigpond.com.au

Robin Daley: Phone: 0439 691 059

Email: rdaley@activ8.net.au



On 2019-10-06 17:01, Warwick wrote:

Proposed Change: Murphy, Alice Mary (I113713)
Tree: SE NSW Pioneers and Settlers

Description: Family Search have them marrying 1 Oct 1873 at Moruya, but have not been able to confirm yet.

Mrs. Alice Lynch, of Dunoon, one of the earliest settlers in the Richmond River district, died in St. Vincent's Hospital yesterday morning, aged 90 years. Her husband predeceased her in 1919. The funeral will leave St. Carthage's Cathedral, Lismore, at 11.30 a.m. to-day for the old Roman Catholic cemetery, Lismore.
Northern Star (Lismore, NSW : 1876 - 1954) Wed 31 Mar 1937 Page 6


Thank you,

Regards, Ian


On 2019-10-04 22:59, Warwick wrote:

Proposed Change: Griffiths, Catherine May (I234052)
Tree: SE NSW Pioneers and Settlers

Description: DEATHS
LYNCH, Katherine May. - March 6,1959, at Canberra, of 
4 Hann Street, Griffith, A.C.T. Dearly loved wife of the late Christopher John Lynch, and fond step-mother of Eileen (Mrs. Barker, Melbourne), Marie (Mrs. F. Bull, Griffith, A.C.T.), and John (Sydney), and dear sister of Eddie (Mrs. Lupton, Canberra), and Ella (Mrs. Wilkes, Sydney). Requiescat In Peace. 
The Canberra Times (ACT : 1926 - 1995) Sat 7 Mar 1959 Page 12


Thank you,

Regards, Ian


On 2019-10-04 22:42, Warwick wrote:

Proposed Change: Lynch, Christopher John (I113711)
Tree: SE NSW Pioneers and Settlers

Description: DEATHS
LYNCH, Christopher John.-February 19, 1949, at Canberra District Hospital, dearly beloved husband of Catherine May, and dearly beloved father of Eileen (Mrs. Barker, Melbourne), Marie (Mrs. Bull, Canberra), and John (Canberra). R.I.P. 

LYNCH.-Requiem Mass for the eternal repose of the soul of the late Christopher John Lynch will be celebrated at St. Christopher's Church, Canberra, this morning at 9 a.m. 

LYNCH. -The relatives and friends of Mrs. Catherine May Lynch and family, of 
42 Wentworth Avenue, Kingston, are invited to attend the funeral of her dearly beloved husband and their dear father, Christopher John, to leave St. Christopher's Church, Canberra, this after-noon at 3 p.m. for the Catholic Cemetery, Canberra.
The Canberra Times (ACT : 1926 - 1995) Mon 21 Feb 1949 Page 2 


Thank you,

Regards, Ian


On 2019-09-30 20:21, Warwick wrote:

Proposed Change: Cridge, George Matthew (I57454)
Tree: SE NSW Pioneers and Settlers

Description: Some conflicting info here

Mr. George Matthew Cridge, son of the late Mr John Cridge, died from heart failure, at the Cooma District Hospital on Sunday, after an illness extending over many weeks. Deceased, a bachelor, was nearly 60 years of age, and was a native of the Numeralla district, where he carried on farming. He recently went to Grenfell for change of climate, but the visit did not induce much Improvement in health, The funeral took place in the Church of England portion of the Mittagang cemetery this after noon. 
The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser (NSW : 1862 - 1931) Mon 2 Aug 1926 Page 2 

The late Mr G. M. Cridge 
The late Mr G. M. Cridge (whose death was reported in the last issue of the 'Mercury') was a native of Braidwood, and has resided at Numeralla, where he engaged in pastoral pursuits, for over twenty years. 
His surviving brothers are Messrs John Cridge, ot Grenfell, Albert and Arthur, of Lismore, Raymond, of Numeralla, and Walter, of West Australia; and sisters, Mesdames J. Worland, Bega; J. Britt, Narandera; W. Worland, Lismore; G. Burgess, Goulburn; and W. Phinn, Adam isaby. 
The funeral took place on Monday last in the Church of England portion of the Numeralla cemetery, the Rev. W. Evans officiating; the pall bearers being Messrs Richard and Stanley Worland, George Higgs, and James Flakelar. Mr J. F. Allen carried out the funeral arrangements. 
The deceased had been ailing for about nine years, and succumbed to heart failure at the Cooma District hospital on Sunday last, at the age of 62 years. He was the eldest son of the late Mr John Cridge, and led a quiet and industrious life, being for a time engaged at road and timber work. He leaves a large circle of friends. 
The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser (NSW : 1862 - 1931) Fri 6 Aug 1926 Page 2


Thank you,

Regards, Ian


On 2019-09-29 15:55, Anne Balfour wrote:

Comments: I am researching my Great Grandfather - Johannes (John) Zahn. Born in 1839 Kassel Germany, arrived in Sydney in 1860 on the sailing vessel the 'Sophie' from Hamburg. He lived and worked as a farmer in Warri then Manar - District of Braidwood NSW for a number of years, the family then moved north to Glen Innes NSW. He was married in (Braidwood NSW) in 1865 to Margaret Kirkpatrick, she died in 1877. He then married Mary Ann Hallett in Bombay (Braidwood NSW) in 1878, they had 11 children.
Just wondering if there is any further information, please.
Kind regard
Anne Balfour

Kind regard

Hi Anne,

We have not received any information about the Zahn or Hallett families as yet.

Regards, Ian


On 2019-09-29 12:57, Ian Horne wrote:

Hello Ian,

I have been speaking with my mother, E.M. Horne and have some updates
for the following individual.

Full name: Rankin, Pearly Rose
DOB: 14 May 1919
Deceased: 08 February 2010 at Singleton, NSW.
Interred at Singleton.

I have additional information regarding her first and second families.


At least one child I am aware of, being:

Full name: Ware, Irene Joan
DOB: 28 October 1936
Deceased: 25 July 2018
Interred at Singleton, NSW.

Full name: Gilbert, Charles Lesley (Bill)
DOB:04 June 1907
Married: Rankin, Pearly Rose on 01 January 1969 in Sydney.

Other details to follow as I obtain clarification.

I hope that the information is in a suitable format for update. If
there is a better way to present it as I receive updates, please let
me know.

Kind Regards,
Ian Horne.

Thank you,

Regards, Ian


From: kerry Carew
Sent: Wednesday, 25 September 2019 9:04 AM

Cc: Clay Hancock
Subject: RE: Theodore James Jamieson Commemorated at LABUAN MEMORIAL Location: Malaysia Number of casualties: 2315 Cemetery/memorial reference: Panel 7

Good Morning Ian 

I am writing to ask if in the Jamieson Family geneology pages could you possibly add an image of Theodore James Jamieson son of James Francis & Elsie Amy Jamieson. I would hope that other family would not object to Theodore's army photo being added. Currently researching Theodore and his wife May Carew who I think is the daughter of Hettie (pos. is Nettie maiden name not know could be Little) & Patrick James S ka 'Paddy' Carew born Pine Mountain QLD (Australian Footballer and Cricketer and Athlete) also was Queanbeyan Town Clerk both buried Woden Cemetery. I am not sure if Patrick 'Paddy' is related to my husband's Carew family from Leichardt NSW still researching. I cannot find any children to Theodore James Jamieson and May Carew at this point. 

 Above Photo of Theodore James Jamieson courtesy of:  

... Page 12 - Private Harry Cahill · Page 13 - Gunner James Daniel Adams ... Page 76 - Corporal Theodore James Jamieson · Page 77 - Lance Corporal Ian ...

Missing: born ‎berridale

Thank you and many thanks. Ian I do hope the photo can be added will await a reply.

Kind regards 

Kerry Shooks Carew 

Hi Kerry, 
I have added the photo of Theodore Jamieson to the Jamieson web page as you requested.
Regards,  Ian


On 2019-09-24 04:35, Michael McDonald wrote:

Proposed Change: Bower, Frank (I146985)
Tree: SE NSW Pioneers and Settlers

Description: I believe this Frank Bower to not be related to the family you have him linked to. I believe this article to be about him:

This Frank Bower is from Richmond Victoria. There is a Vic BDM entry for a Frank Rawling Bower born to James Bower and Mary Ann Franklind in Pitfield in 1864 (4420/1864).

I could be wrong but thought I'd let you know my thoughts.


Thank you for letting us know,

Regards, Ian


On 2019-09-23 07:19, Michael McDonald wrote:

Proposed Change: McDonald, William (I52781)
Tree: SE NSW Pioneers and Settlers

Description: My father ordered the death certificate 4770/1900 hoping to find more details on him. The certificate is not for this William McDonald. It is for a 6 month old infant. Details on this certificate are the following:
The date of death was 29-03-1900 @ Bega.
Mother Elsie McDonald, father not stated.
Cause of death marasmus from birth.
Buried 30-03-1900, Presbyterian section of Bega cemetery.
There is a birth certificate for a William born to an Elsie in Bega in 1899 (28578/1899).

We have not been able to confirm a death date or location for the original William. We know he worked at Kameruka and was living in Tantawanglo in 1878-79 according to the NSW Electoral Roll. All confirmed details I have, I've added to a wikitree profile here: 

Michael McDonald

Thank you for letting us know,,

Regards, Ian


On 2019-09-16 05:35, Warwick wrote:

Proposed Change: Banfield, Benjamin Frederick (I368162)
Tree: SE NSW Pioneers and Settlers

Description: Poor original 

Mr. Benjamin Frederick Banfield 
The death occurred at the residence of his daughter, Mrs. Stephenson, Robertson Street Crookwell, on the 11th inst., of Benjamin Frederick Banfield. 
Born at Campbelltown in [1859] the deceased had there reached the age of 87 years. He came to Crookwell from Goulburn in 1910, and from 1913 onwards conducted a small business in Goulburn Street continuously until a few years ago. About two years ago he had a fall and sustained a broken leg. Then about twelve months ago, the result of another fall, broke a hip. He had been ?? ever since. 
The deceased is survived by two sons and five daughters, they are Richard and Frederick, Crookwell. The daughters are (Mrs. C. Gilby,, Enfield), (Mrs. Fred Hewitt; Goulburn, Hilda (Mrs. R. McLaughlin Goulburn) ; Vera (Mrs. W. Stephenson, Crookwell).
Crookwell Gazette (NSW : 1885 - 1954) Wed 15 May 1946 Page 9


Thank you,

Regards, Ian


On 2019-09-16 05:22, Warwick wrote:

Proposed Change: Goode, Mary Ann Jane (I368163)
Tree: SE NSW Pioneers and Settlers

Description: Conflicting info in the two Obits, sons name and number of daughters??

The death of Mrs. Mary Anne Jane Banfield, wife of Benjamin Banfield, occurred at the Crookwell District Hospital on Saturday Morning. Deceased had only recently been admitted and was 73 years of age. Mrs. Banfield had been at resident of Crookwell for the past 28 years, her husband having been in business here as a bootmaker during that time. Besides her husband, a family of seven children survive, two sons and five daughters. The sons are Benjamin and Richard, of Crookwell, and the daughters, Mrs. P. Hewitt, Goulburn, Mrs Reg McLaughlin, Goulburn, Mrs. C. Gilby, Sydney, Mrs. G. Hampton, Crookwell, Mrs. W. Stephenson, Crookwell. 
The burial took place on Sunday in the Church of England portion of the Crookwell General Cemetery.
Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940) Mon 27 Sep 1937 Page 4

Mrs. Benjamin Banfield, of Crookwell whose death was briefly announced in the Evening Post recently, was 72 years of age. She was a native of Cooma, and was formerly Miss Mary Goode. She is survived by a family of two sons and four daughters, The sons are Frederick and Richard (both of Crookwell) and the daughters Mrs. Gilby (Enfield), Mrs. F. Hewitt (Goulburn), Mrs. R. McLaughlin (Goulburn), Mrs. G. Hampton (Crookwell) and Mrs. W. J. Stephenson (Crookwell). One daughter, Mrs. W. Hampton, predeceased her 20 years ago. One brother, Mr. Jack Goode (Yass) and a sister, who resides at Cowra, also survive.
The funeral was largely attended. In the absence of Rev. S. G. Davis the Rev. H. Polkinghorne officiated. The funeral left the Methodist Church and the remains were interred in the Church of England portion of the Crookwell cemetery.
Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940) Tue 5 Oct 1937 Page 5


Thank you,

Regards, Ian


On 2019-09-14 01:45, Therese JOHANSON wrote:

Proposed Change: McTernan, Mary Jane (I109583)
Tree: SE NSW Pioneers and Settlers

Description: MRS. J. T. HOGAN
Quite a gloom was cast over the
Crookwell and surrounding districts on 11th February, when the sad news spread that Mrs. John Thomas Hogan, of 'Killarney', Reid's Flat, had passed away at the residence of her brother-in-law, Mr. C. P. Hogan, "Spring Mount," Loggan [sic], after a long and severe illness. 
The late Mrs. Hogan was a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Thos. McTiernan, of "Tendere Vale," Michelago, and was 57 years of age. She is survived by a husband and family of three sons and two daughters. The sons are Joseph (Canterbury), Leo (Cowra), John (Reid's Flat) : the daughters are Jean and Anne, who also reside at Reid's Flat. Two brothers, Jack (Dubbo), and William (Michelago) also survive. Three sons and two daughters predeceased her in their infancy. During her long illness, which deceased bore with great fortitude, Rev Fathers Bugler (Boorowa), Casey and Green (Crookwell), were in constant attendance. The funeral took place at the Loggan [sic] Cemetery where Rev. Fathers Green and Ryan recited the last prayers at the graveside in the presence of the sorrowing relatives and a very large number of friends.

Obituary (1930, March 27). Freeman's Journal (Sydney, NSW : 1850 - 1932), p. 41.
NB Buried at Laggan Cemetery, NSW


Thank you,

Regards, Ian


On 2019-09-12 21:51, David Flakelar wrote:

Dear Ian

Over a number of years my younger brother, Barrie Ian Flakelar (1937-2016) researched our family lineage and following a trip to Germany was able to go back to 1658. A manuscript detailing his work was produced and is in my possession.  Sadly he died several years ago.

I am about to prepare copy for a memorial plaque to be placed on the wall for that purpose in Cooma. I plan to record only the first generation of the descendants of Georg Flegler (1812-1865).

By chance I stumbled upon the Monaro Pioneers site which I understand you created and maintain.  Pure GOLD. Thank you so much for your work.

I have found that in certain areas Barrie's work disagrees with Monaro Pioneers.  In most instances these differences are not significant but given the proposed plaque will last for a very long time, I would like as far as possible, for it to be accurate.

So, I write to ask, what is the source of your Flakelar material?  If it is from records contained in BDM (and Parish) then it would in most likely to be more accurate than his work. If some other source, I would love to be able to make contact so that we can attempt to resolve differences

Incidentally, I will be able provide studio quality photos for the descendants of my grand father James Joseph (1860-1946).

Look forward to hearing from you

David Flakelar

Hi David,

There is a contact listed on the Flakelar page in our Pioneers Index you could try.

If you care to send me the variations you have detected I will endeavour check to see if I can resolve the differences.

I also suggest you put a request for contacts on our Facebook page which is proving to be an excellent vehicle for family connections.

Regards, Ian


On 2019-09-12 00:54, Scott Kingman wrote:

Hi David & Ian,

I noticed a gap in the Goodsell family line, so the info below is to help fill it in (including a few newspaper clippings). Hope you find it useful and interesting.

It is for Person ID I150081- Mary Goodsell. I’ve also attached copies of her and her husband William’s death certificates (from the Seeking Michigan web site, Death Records, 1921-1947)

Mary Goodsell was born in Ulladulla, on 29th March, 1878 (NSW BDM 23214/1878). She married William Franklin Harrison in Melbourne, on 17th December, 1900 (VIC BDM 1900/06349). William was born in the Isle of France (Mauritius), on 9th August, 1874. They had a son David (Dave) who was born in Milton, on 19th April, 1904 (NSW BDM 14056/1904). In mid December 1904, Benjamin & Mary Purnell, American “preachers”, and the founders of a religious cult called the House of David visited Australia, to recruit new members. They managed to recruit 86 of them, including Mary, William, and their baby David. On February 2nd, 1905 they all left Largs Bay, aboard the German ship G.M.S Rhein, bound for the cult’s headquarters at Benton Harbor, Michigan. William became the House of David’s zoo keeper. 

Mary died on 24th February, 1935 from tuberculosis in the Mercy Hospital, Benton Harbour, Michigan (MI State Office No. 111 2947 Reg No. 36). William died on 2nd January, 1939 from a heart attack in the Mercy Hospital, Benton Harbour, Michigan (MI State Office No. 111 3854 Reg No. 1). He had also been suffering from gangrene in the right foot, diabetes, and tuberculosis. Both Mary & William are buried in Crystal Springs Cemetery, Benton Harbor. 

Mary & William’s son Dave, became a baseballer for the House of David baseball team, and played as the third baseman from 1927-1936. David married a divorcee, Ova Wiltbank (nee Shoop) in Benton Harbour, on 9thOctober, 1931. Ova Shoop was born in Greenup, Kentucky, on 9th January, 1891. 

David died on 24th December, 1982, at Berrien General Hospital. Ova died on 26th June, 1985, on her way to hospital. Both David & Ova are also buried in Crystal Springs Cemetery, Benton Harbor.

Advertiser, Adelaide, Monday 5 June, 1905



Melbourne, June 4.

Private advices received from the band of "Christian Israelites," who left Melbourne under the leadership of "Mary and Benjamin," 86 in all, announce their installation at the headquarters of the sect at Benton Harbor, Lake Michigan, America. According to rules the married people are to be separated, and all are to live a life of celibacy while preparing to meet the Saviour on his second coming, which is expected in 1916, or perhaps a little sooner. The Australians aroused great curiosity at Benton Harbor. They were welcomed with a brass band and a procession, and were entertained at a vegetarian banquet of 16 courses. It is stated that the party took away £37,000, which was sunk into the common fund.

The News Palladium, Benton Harbor Michigan, Tuesday 3 January, 1939


William Harrison, a member of the House of David, died at Mercy hospital at 8:35 a.m. Monday. He entered the hospital a week ago, in a critical condition resulting from a long illness.

The body was removed to the Kerlikowske chapel in St Joseph. Funeral arrangements were not announced.

The Herald-Press, Saint Joseph, Michigan, Tuesday, August 28, 1928

Mrs. Ova Wiltbank of Benton Harbor charges Una Wiltbank with desertion. She states that he deserted her three years ago. They were married September 23, 1908, and have two children.

The News-Palladium Benton Harbor, Michigan Friday, October 09, 1931 


SOUTH BEND, Oct. 9—David Harrison and Ova Wiltbank, both of Benton Harbor, Mich., and Danni Dogasteno of Michigan City, and Jennie Gagliardo also of Benton Harbor, are among the couples to whom marriage licenses have been issued here.

The News Palladium, Michigan, Saturday 27 December, 1963

Mr. and Mrs. David Harrison, Vena Everette and Charles Toddle, have returned from a 6,000 mile trip through the west, which took them as far as California. The travelers, all members of the House of David, were gone 10 weeks.

The Herald Palladium, Michigan, Friday 24 December, 1982

David Harrison 78, a former baseball player with the House of David baseball team, died at 6 a.m. today at Berrien General Hospital, Berrien Center. He resided at the House of David, Benton Harbor, of which he was a member.

Funeral services will be held at 11:30 a.m. Monday at Kerley and Starks Funeral Home, St. Joseph, where friends may call after 7 p.m. Sunday. Burial will be in Crystal Springs Cemetery, Benton Harbor.

Mr. Harrison was born April 29, 1904, in Australia and came to the United States with his parents when they joined the House of David in 1905. He was a third baseman with the House of David traveling team. Survivors include his wife, the former Mrs Wiltbank and a stepson, Leo Wiltbank of Benton Harbor.

The Herald Palladium, Michigan Thursday, 27 June, 1985              

Mrs. Ova Harrison, 94, of Blossom Care Center, Benton Harbor, died Wednesday at Berrien General Hospital, Berrien Center.

Funeral services will be held Friday at 11:30 a. m. at Kerley and Starks Funeral Home, St Joseph where friends may call one hour before the service. Burial will be in Crystal Springs Cemetery.

Mrs. Harrison was born Jan. 9, 1891, in Greenup, Ky. She was a member of the House of David and was chief cashier of the amusement park for 50 years.

Survivors include one son, Leo Wiltbank of Benton Harbor. Her husband, David preceded her in death in 1982 and one son, Glen Wiltbank, preceded her in death in 1944.


Scott Kingman

Thank you,

Regards, Ian


On 2019-09-11 03:57, Warwick wrote:

Proposed Change: Cartwright, Ann Jane (I57462)
Tree: SE NSW Pioneers and Settlers

Description: I think Ann is Ann Jane Vaughn B1875 Laggan or there abouts.

Fist marriage to 

At St. Bartholomew's, Crookwell, on Wednesday last, Mr. Nathaniel Cartwright, sixth son of Mr. John Cartwright senr., of Kempton, Irishtown, was married to Miss Ann Jane Vaughan, fourth daughter of Mr. Thomas Vaughan, Springwood, near Laggan. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. A. I. O'Reilly, B.A., incumbent of this portion of the diocese; the bridesmaid being Miss Annie Cartwright, sister of the bridegroom, and Mr. David Vaughan, brother of the bride, acting as best man. 
The bride wore a dress of brown shot silk, trimmed with white lace and beads. The bridesmaid's dress was crepon and white lace, with blue ribbon trimmings. There was a large number of friends present at the ceremony, and after partaking of some refreshments, the happy couple left for their home at Irishtown, carrying with them the best wishes of all. 
Crookwell Gazette (NSW : 1885 - 1954) Fri 1 Apr 1898 Page 2

Nathaniel dies 1910 Grenfell

She them marries John in 1914(having 6 children to Nathaniel youngest B1908)

This is the marriage to John, note she is referred to as Mrs Cartwright.

On 26th February, at the Church of England, Grenfell, Mr. John Cridge, third son of Mr John Cridge, sen., of Numeralla was married to Mrs. Ann J. Cartwright of Piney Range Estate, near Grenfell. The Rev Mr. Walker officiated. Mr. David Vaughan acted as best man, while Miss McGaw acted as bride's maid. Mr. John Cridge, sen., was present, and the bridal party and visitors were conveyed on motor cars. 
There was a large attendance at the church, and the wedding breakfast was partaken of at Miss Green's establishment at Grenfell. The usual toasts were proposed, and honoured. Mr. and Mrs. Cndge were the recipients of handsome presents from their many friends in the Grenfell district, in which the former has managed the Piney Range estate for some considerable time.
The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser (NSW : 1862 - 1931)
Mon 23 Mar 1914 Page 2

Death I have as 1964 Grenfell, but parents first husband??

What are your thoughts?


Thanks Warwick,

I think you have it correct.

Regards, Ian

On 2019-09-08 21:27, Iris wrote:
Proposed Change: Dunne, George (I404548)
Tree: SE NSW Pioneers and Settlers

Description: Parents of George Dunne (ID:I404548) are on your database already.

Father William Dunn(e) (ID:I72573) born 18 Feb. 1893 NSW BDM 35493/1893 in Tumut Named William Dunn, died 13 Sep. 1970 NSW BDM 27291/1970 in Moruya, Named William Dunne, 
married 26 June 1916 NSW BDM 10949/1916 in Moruya, Named William Dunn & Louisa Windley (ID:I161351) born 1894 NSW BDM 21763/1894 in Moruya

Sorry don't have originals, just info direct from NSW BDM online. Hope this helps


Thank you,

Regards, Ian


On 2019-09-08 05:46, Ray wrote:

HI Ian,

Just to bring things up to date.

Warren John Taylor Born 15 Sep 1939 @ Tumut, NSW

died. 14 Feb 2017 @ Burnie Tas.

Son of Edward Frederick (Fred) Taylor reference number MP8836.

Thank You   Ray Taylor.

Thank you,

Regards, Ian


On 2019-09-08 02:23, Karilyn wrote:

Proposed Change: Harris, Robert Mansfield (I357633)
Tree: SE NSW Pioneers and Settlers

Description: Robert Mansfield Harris buried at Tuncurry Lawn Cemetery, NSW
Nellie Harris nee Manns b. 21 June 1922 d. 30 November 2007, buried Tuncurry lawn Cemetery, NSW
Photographs of both graves can be seen at Australian Cemeteries Index.
They were married in 1949, registration district Gundagai, NSW


Thank you,

Regards, Ian


On 2019-09-07 01:56, Geoff wrote:

Proposed Change: Brabham, Arthur William (I370057)
Tree: SE NSW Pioneers and Settlers

Description: Born 17 May 1885 Goulburn, NSW


Thank you,

Regards, Ian


On 2019-09-07 01:55, Geoff wrote:

Proposed Change: Hume, Barbara (I370053)
Tree: SE NSW Pioneers and Settlers

Description: Died Hurstville NSW 19 Oct 1945
Buried Anglican Section 7 - Woronora Memorial Park Grave 0184


Thank you,

Regards, Ian