Florence May Auld1

F, #83, b. 1911, d. 21 August 1998
  • Electoral Roll*: Florence May Auld is listed on the electoral roll of 1936 in the State of NSW, Division of Dalley and Subdivision of Leichhardt. Her address was 23 Renwick Street. Her occupation is listed as machinist.6
  • (Witness) Marriage: She witnessed the marriage of William Churston Nicholas Charles Mills and Maisie Rosaline Auld on 20 March 1937 at St Pauls Church, Sydney, NSW, AUS.7,8
  • Residence*: Florence May Auld lived on 27 November 1937 at Leichhardt, NSW, AUS.9
  • Married Name: As of 27 November 1937,her married name was McGuire.9
  • Occupation*: She was Machinist on 27 November 1937.9
  • (Mentioned) Newspaper: Florence May was mentioned in the Sydney Morning Herald on 8 March 1943:
    "IN MEMORIAM
    AULD.- In memory of my dear husband and father, Richard Wallace Auld, who passed away March 8, 1942. Inserted by his loving wife, Mary Florence Masie, and son, Richard (Home Forces)."10
  • (Mentioned) Newspaper: Florence May was mentioned in the The Sydney Morning Herald on 10 September 1943:
    "ROLL OF HONOUR
    MILLS.-Warrant-officer W. C. Mills, W.C.2, A.I.C., died September 3, South Australia, loving husband of Masie, daddy of Janice, loving son of Mrs. W. Mills, brother of Harry (deceased), fond son-in-law of Mrs. Auld, brother-in-law of Florence and Dick."11
  • (Informant) Death: She was the informant for the death of Mary Elizabeth Chalker on 28 September 1967 at Menaville Private Hospital, Rockdale, NSW, AUS; Myocardial degeneration and Senility for 1 year.12,13
  • Residence: Florence May Auld lived on 28 September 1967 at 2 Lavender Street, Bexley, NSW, AUS.12
  • (Mentioned) Newspaper: Florence May was mentioned in the The Sydney Morning Herald on 25 September 1991:
    "Auld Richard Milton (Dick) September 18 1991 of Ryde dearly beloved husband of Kathleen and brother of Florence McGuire and fond brother-in-law and uncle of the Auld and Craig families. Aged 72 years. Loved and remembered always. Privately cremated."14

Citations

  1. [S33] Richard Wallace Auld, Death certificate of Richard Wallace Auld, listed as 31 years old.
  2. [S278] Transcript of New South Wales Death certificate for Mary Elizabeth Auld, 28/09/1967 "listed as 56 years old."
  3. [S70] Transcript of New South Wales Marriage certificate for Sydney Henry McGuire and Florence May Auld, 27/11/1937 "Listed as 26 years old."
  4. [S100] Genealogy, NSW Pioneers Index: Federation Series, 1911/18509.
  5. [S213] Website Ryerson Index (http://www.ryersonindex.org/) "Moruya Examiner 26AUG1998."
  6. [S152] Website Ancestry (http://www.ancestry.com/) "Ancestry.com. Australian Electoral Rolls, 1901-1936 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2007. Original data: Australian Electoral Commission. [Electoral roll]. Microform mc N 451-mc N 457. National Library of Australia, Canberra, Australia."
  7. [S69] Transcript of New South Wales Marriage certificate for William Churston Nicholas Charles Mills and Maisie Rosaline Auld, 20/03/1937.
  8. [S252] Transcript of New South Wales Death certificate for Maisie Rosalie Mills, 26/08/1959.
  9. [S70] Transcript of New South Wales Marriage certificate for Sydney Henry McGuire and Florence May Auld, 27/11/1937.
  10. [S469] Website Australian Newspapers (NLA) (http://newspapers.nla.gov.au/) "The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842-1954), Monday 8 March 1943, page 8; Cite: http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article17839652."
  11. [S469] Website Australian Newspapers (NLA) (http://newspapers.nla.gov.au/) "The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842-1954), Friday 10 September 1943, page 10; Cite: http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article17876780."
  12. [S278] Transcript of New South Wales Death certificate for Mary Elizabeth Auld, 28/09/1967.
  13. [S169] Website NSW BDM (http://www.bdm.nsw.gov.au/).
  14. [S291] Death Notice of Richard Milton Auld "unknown cd."

Maisie Rosaline Auld1

F, #84, b. 1915, d. 26 August 1959
  • Residence*: Maisie Rosaline Auld lived on 20 March 1937 at Leichhardt, NSW, AUS.7
  • Occupation*: She was Saleswoman on 20 March 1937.7
  • Married Name: As of 20 March 1937,her married name was Mills.7
  • (Mentioned) Newspaper: Maisie Rosaline was mentioned in the Sydney Morning Herald on 8 March 1943:
    "IN MEMORIAM
    AULD.- In memory of my dear husband and father, Richard Wallace Auld, who passed away March 8, 1942. Inserted by his loving wife, Mary Florence Masie, and son, Richard (Home Forces)."9
  • Residence: She lived on 3 September 1943 at Leichhardt, NSW, AUS.10
  • (Mentioned) Newspaper: Maisie Rosalie was mentioned in the The Sydney Morning Herald on 10 September 1943:
    "ROLL OF HONOUR
    MILLS.-Warrant-officer W. C. Mills, W.C.2, A.I.C., died September 3, South Australia, loving husband of Masie, daddy of Janice, loving son of Mrs. W. Mills, brother of Harry (deceased), fond son-in-law of Mrs. Auld, brother-in-law of Florence and Dick."11
  • Name Variation: As of 26 August 1959, Maisie Rosaline Auld was also known as Maisie Rosalie Mills.2
  • Residence: She lived on 26 August 1959 at Flat 206 Abattoir Road, Lilyfield, NSW, AUS.2

Family: William Churston Nicholas Charles Mills b. 2 Feb 1913, d. 3 Sep 1943

Citations

  1. [S33] Richard Wallace Auld, Death certificate of Richard Wallace Auld, listed as 26 years old.
  2. [S252] Transcript of New South Wales Death certificate for Maisie Rosalie Mills, 26/08/1959.
  3. [S278] Transcript of New South Wales Death certificate for Mary Elizabeth Auld, 28/09/1967 "listed as deceased."
  4. [S69] Transcript of New South Wales Marriage certificate for William Churston Nicholas Charles Mills and Maisie Rosaline Auld, 20/03/1937 "Listed as 21 years old."
  5. [S252] Transcript of New South Wales Death certificate for Maisie Rosalie Mills, 26/08/1959 "listed as Jerrys Plains NSW."
  6. [S100] Genealogy, NSW Pioneers Index: Federation Series, 1915/15787.
  7. [S69] Transcript of New South Wales Marriage certificate for William Churston Nicholas Charles Mills and Maisie Rosaline Auld, 20/03/1937.
  8. [S169] Website NSW BDM (http://www.bdm.nsw.gov.au/).
  9. [S469] Website Australian Newspapers (NLA) (http://newspapers.nla.gov.au/) "The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842-1954), Monday 8 March 1943, page 8; Cite: http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article17839652."
  10. [S196] Website CWGC homepage (http://www.cwgc.org/).
  11. [S469] Website Australian Newspapers (NLA) (http://newspapers.nla.gov.au/) "The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842-1954), Friday 10 September 1943, page 10; Cite: http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article17876780."

Richard Milton Auld1

M, #85, b. 14 December 1918, d. 18 September 1991
  • Medical*: Richard Milton Auld was reported having a broken collar bone in 1936.3
  • Medical: He was reported as having an operation and loss of fingers, discharge papers mention 1st and 2nd fingers on left hand amputated in 1939.3
  • Milit-Beg*: He began military service on 2 January 1942 at Leichhardt, NSW, AUS.3
  • Occupation: He was Machinist on 4 August 1942.3
  • (Mentioned) Newspaper: Richard Milton was mentioned in the Sydney Morning Herald on 8 March 1943:
    "IN MEMORIAM
    AULD.- In memory of my dear husband and father, Richard Wallace Auld, who passed away March 8, 1942. Inserted by his loving wife, Mary Florence Masie, and son, Richard (Home Forces)."7
  • (Mentioned) Newspaper: Richard Milton was mentioned in the The Sydney Morning Herald on 10 September 1943:
    "ROLL OF HONOUR
    MILLS.-Warrant-officer W. C. Mills, W.C.2, A.I.C., died September 3, South Australia, loving husband of Masie, daddy of Janice, loving son of Mrs. W. Mills, brother of Harry (deceased), fond son-in-law of Mrs. Auld, brother-in-law of Florence and Dick."8
  • Milit-End*: He was discharged from military service on 24 December 1943 at Sydney, NSW, AUS, on the grounds of being required for employment in an essential occupation.3
  • Occupation*: He was Rubber Worker on 24 November 1945.9
  • Residence*: He lived on 24 November 1945 at Leichhardt, NSW, AUS.9
  • Newspaper*: Richard Milton was mentioned in the The Sydney Morning Herald on 25 September 1991:
    "Auld Richard Milton (Dick) September 18 1991 of Ryde dearly beloved husband of Kathleen and brother of Florence McGuire and fond brother-in-law and uncle of the Auld and Craig families. Aged 72 years. Loved and remembered always. Privately cremated."10

Citations

  1. [S33] Richard Wallace Auld, Death certificate of Richard Wallace Auld, listed as 23 years old.
  2. [S278] Transcript of New South Wales Death certificate for Mary Elizabeth Auld, 28/09/1967 "listed as 48 years old."
  3. [S508] NAA: B883, NX119664.
  4. [S68] Transcript of New South Wales Marriage certificate for Richard Milton Auld and Kathleen Rachel Craig, 24/11/1945 "Listed as 26 years old."
  5. [S213] Website Ryerson Index (http://www.ryersonindex.org/) "SMH 25 Spetember 1991."
  6. [S291] Death Notice of Richard Milton Auld "Auld Richard Milton (Dick) September 18 1991 of Ryde dearly beloved husband of Kathleen and brother of Florence McGuire and fond brother-in-law and uncle of the Auld and Craig families. Aged 72 years. Loved and remembered always. Privately cremated."
  7. [S469] Website Australian Newspapers (NLA) (http://newspapers.nla.gov.au/) "The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842-1954), Monday 8 March 1943, page 8; Cite: http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article17839652."
  8. [S469] Website Australian Newspapers (NLA) (http://newspapers.nla.gov.au/) "The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842-1954), Friday 10 September 1943, page 10; Cite: http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article17876780."
  9. [S68] Transcript of New South Wales Marriage certificate for Richard Milton Auld and Kathleen Rachel Craig, 24/11/1945.
  10. [S291] Death Notice of Richard Milton Auld "unknown cd."

Alexander Kerr

M, #86, b. circa 1867
  • (with Parents) Census1871 (SCT): Alexander Kerr appeared on the 1871 Scottish Census of at Bothwell, in the County of LKS, at Napiers Square, enumerated 2 April 1871 in the household of his parents, William Kerr and Mary Downie.1
  • (with Parents) Census1881 (SCT): Alexander Kerr appeared on the 1881 Scottish Census of at Dunsyre, in the County of LKS, at Rail Station, enumerated 3 April 1881 in the household of his parents, William Kerr and Mary Downie.2
  • Occupation*: Alexander Kerr was Rail Station Master'S Son on 3 April 1881.2
  • Occupation: He was Signalman on 10 September 1891.3
  • (Informant) Birth: He was the informant for the birth of Mary Downie Kerr on 10 September 1891 at Houston Station, Erskine, RFW, SCT.3

Family:

Citations

  1. [S122] 1871 population census for Scotland (online transcription) "Parish: Bothwell; ED: 10; Line: 3; Year: 1871."
  2. [S121] 1881 population census for Scotland (online transcription) "Parish: Dunsyre; ED: 2; Line: 23; Year: 1881."
  3. [S388] Online image of Scottish Statutory Birth certificate for Mary Downie Kerr, 10/09/1891.

William Churston Nicholas Charles Mills

M, #87, b. 2 February 1913, d. 3 September 1943
  • Electoral Roll*: William Churston Nicholas Charles Mills is listed on the electoral roll of 1936 in the State of NSW, Division of Wentworth and Subdivision of Bondi North. His address was 104 Brighton Boulevarde. His occupation is listed as taxi driver.8
  • Occupation*: He was Taxi Driver on 20 March 1937.3
  • Residence*: He lived on 20 March 1937 at North Bondi, NSW, AUS.3
  • Milit-Beg*: He began military service on 1 February 1943 at Bonegilla, VIC, AUS, NX161558.2,6
  • Milit-Unit*: He was joined to the military unit of A.I.F. Officer Cadet Training Unit on 3 September 1943.6
  • Milit-Rank*: He was assigned the military rank of Warrant Officer Class II on 3 September 1943.6
  • Newspaper*: William Churston Nicholas Charles was mentioned in the The Sydney Morning Herald on 10 September 1943:
    "ROLL OF HONOUR
    MILLS.-Warrant-officer W. C. Mills, W.C.2, A.I.C., died September 3, South Australia, loving husband of Masie, daddy of Janice, loving son of Mrs. W. Mills, brother of Harry (deceased), fond son-in-law of Mrs. Auld, brother-in-law of Florence and Dick."9

Family: Maisie Rosaline Auld b. 1915, d. 26 Aug 1959

Citations

  1. [S69] Transcript of New South Wales Marriage certificate for William Churston Nicholas Charles Mills and Maisie Rosaline Auld, 20/03/1937 "Listed as 24 years old."
  2. [S509] NAA: B883, NX161558.
  3. [S69] Transcript of New South Wales Marriage certificate for William Churston Nicholas Charles Mills and Maisie Rosaline Auld, 20/03/1937.
  4. [S252] Transcript of New South Wales Death certificate for Maisie Rosalie Mills, 26/08/1959.
  5. [S252] Transcript of New South Wales Death certificate for Maisie Rosalie Mills, 26/08/1959 "Maisie listed as widower."
  6. [S196] Website CWGC homepage (http://www.cwgc.org/).
  7. [S510] Website Centennial Park (http://www.centennialpark.org.au/).
  8. [S152] Website Ancestry (http://www.ancestry.com/) "Ancestry.com. Australian Electoral Rolls, 1901-1936 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2007. Original data: Australian Electoral Commission. [Electoral roll]. Microform mc N 451-mc N 457. National Library of Australia, Canberra, Australia."
  9. [S469] Website Australian Newspapers (NLA) (http://newspapers.nla.gov.au/) "The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842-1954), Friday 10 September 1943, page 10; Cite: http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article17876780."

John Wallace Auld

M, #90, b. 6 April 1908, d. 24 January 1952
  • Electoral Roll: John Wallace Auld is listed on the electoral roll of 1930 in the State of NSW, Division of Barton and Subdivision of Kogarah North. His address was 62 Montgomery Street. His occupation is listed as plumber.6
  • Name Variation: As of 1930, John Wallace Auld was also known as John Wallace Richard Auld.6
  • Occupation: He was Plumber on 18 April 1931.3
  • Residence*: He lived on 18 April 1931 at Kogarah, NSW, AUS.3
  • (Mentioned) Newspaper: John Wallace was mentioned in the The Sydney Morning Herald on 10 July 1935:
    "YOUNG WOMAN BURNT.
    FORBES. Tuesday.
    Quickly enveloped in flames when her dress caught alight at her farm home, Mrs John Auld, a young woman, of Grawlin Plains, near Forbes, ran towards her husband, who was working in stockyards near the house. She fainted before reaching him. After treatment by her husband, she was rushed to hospital.
    Mrs. Auld was standing with her back to an open fire in a grate when she smelt burn- ing cloth. She looked round and saw the flames spreading round her. It was some minutes before her husband heard her screams and came to her assistance. She was badly burned about the arms, legs, and shoulders, but her condition is not serious."7
  • Residence: He lived on 17 December 1935 at Grenfell, NSW, AUS.4
  • (Informant) Death: He was the informant for the death of Sylvia Masterton on 17 December 1935 at Forbes District Hospital, Forbes, NSW, AUS; septicaemia due to burns accidentally received - finding at inquest held at forbes - Arthur H H Sam JP, Coroner, 20/12/1935.8,4
  • Electoral Roll*: John Wallace Auld is listed on the electoral roll of 1936 in the State of NSW, Division of Calare and Subdivision of Forbes. His address was Bridge Street. His occupation is listed as plumber.6
  • Occupation*: He was Grazier & Carpenter on 24 January 1952.5
  • Newspaper: John Wallace was mentioned in the The Argus on 26 January 1952:
    "AULD.—The Funeral of the late JOHN WALLACE AULD will leave Church of England Rushworth on SUNDAY, after a short service commencing at 1.15 p.m., for the Rushworth Cemetery."9
  • Newspaper: John Wallace was mentioned in the Alexandra Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton, Taggerty and Acheron Express on 1 February 1952:
    "AULD.-On the 24th Jan. (result of accident), John Wallace, the beloved husband of Evelyn Auld, and loving father of Wallace, Max and Len. Aged 43 years. Loved second son of Rose and the late William Auld, of Merton, loved brother of Harry (Sydney)."10
  • Newspaper: He was mentioned in the Alexandra Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton, Taggerty and Acheron Express, VIC, AUS on 8 February 1952:
    "JOHN WALLACE AULD Quite a gloom passed over township of Merton, when th death of a well known identity John Wallace Auld, became The deceased was the second Rose and the late William identities of Merton in the ea where deceased was born cated. The late John Auld married his first wife pre-deceasing h years ago, and there were three of the union. His second was to Miss Evelyn Shumann Rushworth, and there were dren of the union. The l, Auld was well known and spected.- He took a very ke est in sport, and excelled in and tennis. During his 16 a resident of Merton he ma friends, as borne out by th .ance at the funeral. Numer tributes were received f friends in the district. He mourn his loss a widow, thr Wallace, Max and Leonard ther, and one brother (H whom we extend our deepe thy.' A service was held in th of England, Rushworth, pri remains being interred in worth cemetery. Rev. Willi ciated, and Mr. Graham Seymour, carried out the f rangements.. Coffin-bearers Catherwood, H. Hewish, F S. Coldsteaw, S. Hunt, F. pall-bearers B. Nolan, W. Auld, G. Lekunon, C. Kube land, D. Kubeil, A. Jones; bearers" G. Locki, Mrs. Ku Hewish, R. Hagemnan."11
  • Newspaper*: John Wallace was mentioned in the Alexandra Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton, Taggerty and Acheron Express on 8 February 1952:
    "BEREAVEMENT NOTICE
    AULD.- Mrs. E. Auld, Sons and Mrs. Auld Senr., and relatives of the late John Wallace Auld, wish to sincerely Thank all kind friends and neighbours for letters, cards, telegrams, floral tributes and personal expressions of sympathy during their recent sad and sudden bereavement. Will all please accept this as a personal expression of our deepest gratitude.
    Merton."12
  • Note*: He was the subject of an inquest held by Clifford J Breen JP on 28 February 1952 at Mansfield, VIC, AUS.5

Family 1: Sylvia Masterton b. c 1908, d. 17 Dec 1935

Family 2: Evelyn Agatha Schumann b. c 1914

Citations

  1. [S48] Online image of Victorian Birth Certificate for John Wallace Auld, 06/04/1908.
  2. [S36] Online image of Victorian Death certificate for William Wallace Auld, 09/11/1943 "Listed as 35 years of age."
  3. [S66] Transcript of New South Wales Marriage certificate for John Wallace Richard Auld and Sylvia Masterton, 18/04/1931.
  4. [S251] Transcript of New South Wales Death certificate for Sylvia Auld, 17/12/1935.
  5. [S39] Online image of Victorian Death certificate for John Wallace Richard Auld, 24/01/1952.
  6. [S152] Website Ancestry (http://www.ancestry.com/) "Ancestry.com. Australian Electoral Rolls, 1901-1936 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2007. Original data: Australian Electoral Commission. [Electoral roll]. Microform mc N 451-mc N 457. National Library of Australia, Canberra, Australia."
  7. [S469] Website Australian Newspapers (NLA) (http://newspapers.nla.gov.au/) "The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842-1954), Wednesday 10 July 1935, page 14 Cite: Cite: http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article17203433."
  8. [S169] Website NSW BDM (http://www.bdm.nsw.gov.au/).
  9. [S469] Website Australian Newspapers (NLA) (http://newspapers.nla.gov.au/) "Family Notices. (1952, January 26). The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1956), p. 16. Retrieved September 24, 2012, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article23159503."
  10. [S469] Website Australian Newspapers (NLA) (http://newspapers.nla.gov.au/) "Family Notices. (1952, February 1). Alexandra Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton, Taggerty and Acheron Express (Vic. : 1949 - 1954), p. 2. Retrieved September 24, 2012, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article58569277."
  11. [S469] Website Australian Newspapers (NLA) (http://newspapers.nla.gov.au/) "JOHN WALLACE AULD. (1952, February 8). Alexandra Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton, Taggerty and Acheron Express (Vic. : 1949 - 1954), p. 2. Retrieved November 6, 2012, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article58569279."
  12. [S469] Website Australian Newspapers (NLA) (http://newspapers.nla.gov.au/) "Family Notices. (1952, February 8). Alexandra Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton, Taggerty and Acheron Express (Vic. : 1949 - 1954), p. 2. Retrieved September 24, 2012, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article58569290."
  13. [S39] Online image of Victorian Death certificate for John Wallace Richard Auld, 24/01/1952 "listed as 18 years old."

Violet Miller

F, #91, b. 24 August 1891, d. 24 August 1891
  • Age*: Violet Miller was at an unknown age as of 24 August 1891; One hour.2
  • Illness*: She was ill with Asthemia - Ailing from birth on 24 August 1891.2

Citations

  1. [S60] Violet Miller, Birth Register 23500 (26.8.1891).
  2. [S61] Violet Miller, Violet Miller death.

William Douglas Miller

M, #92, b. 10 February 1893, d. 9 May 1967
  • Address*: As of 15 March 1925, William Douglas Miller lived at Merton, VIC, AUS.3
  • (ExecutorBeneficiary) Probate: He was named as executor and beneficiary of the Probate of Charles Miller.4
  • (Mentioned) Newspaper: William Douglas was mentioned in the The Argus on 4 January 1937:
    "DEATHS...
    MILLER - On the 1st January at Merton, Georgina, relict of the late Charles Miller, and loving mother of Ada (Mrs Drought), Charles, Fredrick, Annie (Mrs Coor), Rose (Mrs Auld), Bert, Elsie (Mrs Gange), and William, aged 84 years."5
  • Address: As of 9 May 1967, William Douglas Miller lived at 12 Churchill Way, Kilsyth, VIC, AUS.2
  • Occupation*: He was Guest House Proprietor on 9 May 1967.2
  • Illness*: He was ill with Cerebral vascular accident - 6 weeks, Hypertension - 12 months, Arteriosclerosis - 3 years on 9 May 1967.2

Family: Margaret Jane Carr d. b 1967

Citations

  1. [S62] William Douglas Miller, Birth Register 5957 (10.2.1893).
  2. [S42] William Douglas Miller, William Douglas Miller.
  3. [S53] Charles Miller, Charles Miller death, William Douglas Miller (son) listed as informant.
  4. [S481] Will of Charles Miller.
  5. [S469] Website Australian Newspapers (NLA) (http://newspapers.nla.gov.au/) "1937 'Family Notices.', The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848-1954), 4 January, p. 1, viewed 13 June, 2011, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article11953909."
  6. [S42] William Douglas Miller, William Douglas Miller, listed as 40 years old.

Jack Manning

M, #93, b. 31 July 1906, d. 13 December 1977
  • Residence*: Jack Manning lived on 2 February 1938 at 4 Onslow Street, Cremorne, NSW, AUS.1
  • (Informant) Death: He was the informant for the death of Walter Henry Manning on 2 February 1938 at St Lukes Private Hospital, Roslyn Street, Sydney, NSW, AUS; Coronary Occlusion for 1 month 14 days, Arterio Sclerosis for 10 years.1
  • Milit-Rank: Jack Manning was promoted to the military rank of Captain on 12 December 1938.2
  • Milit-Beg: On 13 November 1939, Jack Manning enlisted with the CMF enlisted and assigned to the 1st Anti-Aircraft Brigade with the Army No N73617.2
  • Occupation*: He was Manager on 23 May 1940.2
  • Residence: He lived on 23 May 1940 at 2 Effingham Street, Mosman, NSW, AUS.2
  • Milit-Rank: Held the temporary military rank of Major on 24 May 1940.2
  • Milit-Unit: Transferred to the 1st Regiment Royal Australian Artillery (RAA) 2nd Military Division to command on 6 August 1942.2
  • Milit-Rank: Held the temporary military rank of Lt Colonel on 6 August 1942.2
  • Milit-Rank*: He was promoted to the military rank of Major on 1 September 1942.2
  • Milit-Unit*: He joined the military unit of Newcastle Anti-Aircraft Group on 3 September 1942 at Mayfield, NSW, AUS.2
  • Residence*: He and Emma Bishop Lyne Simpson lived on 3 September 1942 at 2 Effingham Street, Mosman, NSW, AUS.2
  • Milit-Rank: Jack Manning was promoted to the military rank of Lt Colonel on 11 March 1943.2
  • Milit-Unit: Transferred to the 51st Company Australian Anti-Aircraft Regiment to command on 2 August 1943.2
  • Milit-Op: On 20 September 1943 emplaned Townsville for Horn Island.2
  • Milit-Op*: On 18 December 1943 emplaned from Horn Island, deplaned at Menauke.2
  • Milit-Unit: Between 18 December 1943 and 21 December 1943 was detached for duty with 52 Aust Comp AA Regt.2
  • Milit-Op: On 21 December 1943 emplaned from Menauke, deplaned at Horn Island.2
  • Milit-Op: On 25 February 1944 emplaned Horn Island departed Mainland.2
  • Milit-Op: On 25 February 1944 deplaned Townsville from Horn Island.2
  • Milit-Op: On 26 February 1944 emplaned Townsville for Brisbane.2
  • Milit-Op: Attended LHQ School of Artillery Anti-Aircraft Heavy Anti-Aircraft Course No.54 for Senior Officers between 6 March 1944 and 8 April 1944.2
  • Milit-Op: On 22 May 1944 deplaned Townsville from Brisbane.2
  • Milit-Op: On 24 May 1944 emplaned Townsville for Horn Island.2

Family: Emma Bishop Lyne Simpson b. 30 Apr 1908, d. 27 Apr 1998

Citations

  1. [S138] Walter Henry Manning, Death certificate of Walter Henry Manning.
  2. [S148] NAA: B883, 5651473.

Emma Bishop Lyne Simpson

F, #94, b. 30 April 1908, d. 27 April 1998
  • Electoral Roll*: Emma Bishop Lyne Simpson is listed on the electoral roll of 1930 in the State of NSW, District of Warringah and Subdistrict of Mosman. Her address was 2 Effingham Street, Mosman. Her occupation is listed as bank clerk.1
  • Electoral Roll: She is listed on the electoral roll of 1936 in the State of NSW, District of Warringah and Subdistrict of Mosman. Her address was 2 Effingham Street, Mosman. Her occupation is listed as bank clerk.1
  • Married Name: As of 21 June 1940,her married name was Manning.
  • Residence*: She and Jack Manning lived on 3 September 1942 at 2 Effingham Street, Mosman, NSW, AUS.2

Family: Jack Manning b. 31 Jul 1906, d. 13 Dec 1977

Citations

  1. [S152] Website Ancestry (http://www.ancestry.com/) "Ancestry.com. Australian Electoral Rolls, 1901-1936 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2007. Original data: Australian Electoral Commission. [Electoral roll]. Microform mc N 451-mc N 457. National Library of Australia, Canberra, Australia."
  2. [S148] NAA: B883, 5651473.

John Edward Gibson Manning

M, #95, b. 22 February 1858, d. 8 June 1933
  • Newspaper*: John Edward Gibson was mentioned in the The Sydney Morning Herald on 10 September 1898:
    "SOCIAL...
    The marriage of Mr. John Edward Gibson Manning and Miss Lilian Minnie Manning, daughter of the late Mr. Henry Manning, took place at St. John's Church, Darlinghurst, last Tuesday afternoon, the ceremony being performed by the Rev. E. G. Lampard. The bride was given away by her brother, Mr. Walter Manning, and wore a handsome dress of ivory-white satin duchesso trimmed with white chiffon and Brussels lace. Miss Addie Manning, Miss Ida Robertson, Miss Maud Fattorini, and Miss Myra Rouse acted as bridesmaids. They were dressed alike in white grass lawn, trimmed with Valenciennes lace, cream sashes, edged with chiffon, and white hats trimmed with white ribbon and white wings. Mr. Reginald Halcombe officiated as best man. At the conclusion of the ceremony the guests adjourned to Uralla, Bayswater-road, where Mr. and Mrs. Manning received the hearty congratulations of their friends. The wedding cake was made by the bride's sister, Miss Florence Manning. Owing to the recent death of Mr. Justice C. J. Manning (cousin of the bride) only intimate friends and relations were invited to be present at the wedding, and amongst others were Lady Manning and Miss Clara Manning, Canon and Mrs Pain, Mrs. and the Misses Mansfield, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Manning, Mr. and Mrs F. Orr, Archdeacon and Mrs. Campbell, the Rev. E. G. and Mrs. Lampard, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Calvert, Mr. Claud Manning, Mrs. Tregarthen, Mrs. Hotham, the Misses Robertson, Mr. and Mrs A. Manning, Dr. and Mrs. Guy Warren, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Rouse, Mrs. Townsend, Mr. and the Misses Cooke, Mrs. Stewart Manning, Dr. and Madame Rougier, &c. Later in the afternoon Mr. aud Mrs. Manning left for the Blue Mountains, the bride's travelling dress being a tailor-made coat and skirt of cornflour blue cloth, with hat to match."5
  • Residence*: He lived on 9 July 1899 at Chatswood, NSW, AUS.2
  • Occupation*: He was Exporter, Poultry, Meat and Furs on 9 July 1899.2
  • Name Variation: As of 9 July 1899, John Edward Gibson Manning was also known as Edward Gibson Manning.2
  • (Informant) Birth: He was the informant for the birth of Alan Gibson Manning on 9 July 1899 at Hercules Street, Chatswood, NSW, AUS.2
  • Occupation: John Edward Gibson Manning was commission agent on 18 August 1900.6
  • Residence*: He and Lillian Minnie Manning lived on 18 August 1900 at 7 Upper William Street, Sydney, NSW, AUS.6
  • Occupation: John Edward Gibson Manning was export egent on 19 February 1901.7
  • (Informant) Death: He was the informant for the death of Nancy Gibson Manning on 19 February 1901 at McIntosh Street, Chatswood, NSW, AUS; marasmus, summer diarrhoea for 1 week.7
  • (Witness) Burial: John Edward Gibson Manning witnessed the burial of Nancy Gibson Manning on 20 February 1901 at Church of England Cemetery, Gore Hill, NSW, AUS.7
  • Occupation: John Edward Gibson Manning was Farmer on 10 April 1929.8
  • Newspaper: John Edward Gibson was mentioned in the The Sydney Morning Herald on 13 June 1933:
    "GLEN INNES.-The death has occurred, at the age of 76 years, of Mr. John Edward Gibson Manning, a well-known resident of Deepwater."9
  • Newspaper*: John Edward Gibson was mentioned in the The Sydney Morning Herald on 13 June 1933:
    "DEATHS...
    MANNING -June 8 at Glen Innes, John Edward Gibson Manning, second son of the late Frederick Gibson Manning, aged 75 years."10
  • Newspaper: John Edward Gibson was mentioned in the The Sydney Morning Herald on 17 November 1933:
    "IN THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. - Probate Jurisdiction. - In the Matter of the Estates of the undermentioned deceased persons and in the matter of the Wills Probate and Administration Act, 1898 ; the Public Trustee Act, 1913 ; the Public Trustee (Amendment) Act, 1923 ; the Testator's Family Maintenance and Guardianship of Infants Act, 1916 ; and the Trustee Act, 1925. - Notice is herehy given that the Public Trustee has this day filed in the Registry of this Honourable Court his elections to administer the Estates of the following deceased persons : -
    ...
    JOHN EDWARD GIBSON MANNING late of Deepwater. New South Wales. Stock and Station Agent. Died 8th June, 1933. Intestate."11

Family: Lillian Minnie Manning b. 1 Mar 1869, d. 25 Jun 1959

Citations

  1. [S202] Transcript of New South Wales Death certificate for Jane Bell Manning, 05/04/1913.
  2. [S145] Alan Gibson Manning, Birth (unknown file date).
  3. [S205] Transcript of New South Wales Birth certificate for Nancy Manning, 18/08/1900 "Narrabri NSW."
  4. [S205] Transcript of New South Wales Birth certificate for Nancy Manning, 18/08/1900 "6/9/1898 Sydney."
  5. [S469] Website Australian Newspapers (NLA) (http://newspapers.nla.gov.au/) "1898 'SOCIAL.', The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842-1954), 10 September, p. 10, viewed 14 June, 2011, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article14176543."
  6. [S205] Transcript of New South Wales Birth certificate for Nancy Manning, 18/08/1900.
  7. [S204] Transcript of New South Wales Death certificate for Nancy Gibson Manning, 19/02/1901.
  8. [S146] Certificate, unknown spouses' names marriage.
  9. [S469] Website Australian Newspapers (NLA) (http://newspapers.nla.gov.au/) "1933 'COUNTRY NEWS.', The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842-1954), 13 June, p. 10, viewed 15 June, 2011, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article16956510."
  10. [S469] Website Australian Newspapers (NLA) (http://newspapers.nla.gov.au/) "1933 'Family Notices.', The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842-1954), 13 June, p. 8, viewed 14 June, 2011, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article16956367."
  11. [S469] Website Australian Newspapers (NLA) (http://newspapers.nla.gov.au/) "1933 'Advertising.', The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842-1954), 17 November, p. 3, viewed 14 June, 2011, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article17024751."

Lillian Minnie Manning

F, #96, b. 1 March 1869, d. 25 June 1959
  • Newspaper*: Lillian Minnie was mentioned in the The Sydney Morning Herald on 10 September 1898:
    "SOCIAL...
    The marriage of Mr. John Edward Gibson Manning and Miss Lilian Minnie Manning, daughter of the late Mr. Henry Manning, took place at St. John's Church, Darlinghurst, last Tuesday afternoon, the ceremony being performed by the Rev. E. G. Lampard. The bride was given away by her brother, Mr. Walter Manning, and wore a handsome dress of ivory-white satin duchesso trimmed with white chiffon and Brussels lace. Miss Addie Manning, Miss Ida Robertson, Miss Maud Fattorini, and Miss Myra Rouse acted as bridesmaids. They were dressed alike in white grass lawn, trimmed with Valenciennes lace, cream sashes, edged with chiffon, and white hats trimmed with white ribbon and white wings. Mr. Reginald Halcombe officiated as best man. At the conclusion of the ceremony the guests adjourned to Uralla, Bayswater-road, where Mr. and Mrs. Manning received the hearty congratulations of their friends. The wedding cake was made by the bride's sister, Miss Florence Manning. Owing to the recent death of Mr. Justice C. J. Manning (cousin of the bride) only intimate friends and relations were invited to be present at the wedding, and amongst others were Lady Manning and Miss Clara Manning, Canon and Mrs Pain, Mrs. and the Misses Mansfield, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Manning, Mr. and Mrs F. Orr, Archdeacon and Mrs. Campbell, the Rev. E. G. and Mrs. Lampard, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Calvert, Mr. Claud Manning, Mrs. Tregarthen, Mrs. Hotham, the Misses Robertson, Mr. and Mrs A. Manning, Dr. and Mrs. Guy Warren, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Rouse, Mrs. Townsend, Mr. and the Misses Cooke, Mrs. Stewart Manning, Dr. and Madame Rougier, &c. Later in the afternoon Mr. aud Mrs. Manning left for the Blue Mountains, the bride's travelling dress being a tailor-made coat and skirt of cornflour blue cloth, with hat to match."7
  • Residence*: She and John Edward Gibson Manning lived on 18 August 1900 at 7 Upper William Street, Sydney, NSW, AUS.8
  • (Informant) Birth: Lillian Minnie Manning was the informant for the birth of Nancy Gibson Manning on 18 August 1900 at 7 Upper William Street, Sydney, NSW, AUS.8
  • Residence*: Lillian Minnie Manning lived on 23 May 1940 at Bindooley Street, Bowral, NSW, AUS.9
  • (Informant) Death: She was the informant for the death of Kate Millicent Manning on 16 July 1944 at Jenner Private Hospital, Potts Point, NSW, AUS; Heart Failure for 1/2 hour, Chronic Myocarditis, Senility.10
  • Residence*: Lillian Minnie Manning and Kate Millicent Manning lived on 16 July 1944 at Flat 4 Onslow Court, Onslow Avenue, Elizabeth Bay, NSW, AUS.10

Family: John Edward Gibson Manning b. 22 Feb 1858, d. 8 Jun 1933

Citations

  1. [S143] Unnamed Manning, Birth (unknown file date).
  2. [S145] Alan Gibson Manning, Birth (unknown file date).
  3. [S197] Website Milton Ulladulla Local and Family History Site (http://www.ulladulla.info/history/welcome.html) "Birth date 31.3.1869."
  4. [S205] Transcript of New South Wales Birth certificate for Nancy Manning, 18/08/1900 "Nelligen NSW."
  5. [S197] Website Milton Ulladulla Local and Family History Site (http://www.ulladulla.info/history/welcome.html).
  6. [S205] Transcript of New South Wales Birth certificate for Nancy Manning, 18/08/1900 "6/9/1898 Sydney."
  7. [S469] Website Australian Newspapers (NLA) (http://newspapers.nla.gov.au/) "1898 'SOCIAL.', The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842-1954), 10 September, p. 10, viewed 14 June, 2011, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article14176543."
  8. [S205] Transcript of New South Wales Birth certificate for Nancy Manning, 18/08/1900.
  9. [S148] NAA: B883, 5651473.
  10. [S137] Katie Millicent Manning, Death certificate of Katie Millicent Manning.
  11. [S204] Transcript of New South Wales Death certificate for Nancy Gibson Manning, 19/02/1901.

Alan Gibson Manning

M, #97, b. 9 July 1899, d. 10 December 1938

Family: Stella Maud Carmody b. c 1890

Citations

  1. [S145] Alan Gibson Manning, Birth (unknown file date).
  2. [S134] Alan Gibson Manning, Death certificate of Alan Gibson Manning.
  3. [S146] Certificate, unknown spouses' names marriage.

Nancy Gibson Manning

F, #98, b. 18 August 1900, d. 19 February 1901

Citations

  1. [S204] Transcript of New South Wales Death certificate for Nancy Gibson Manning, 19/02/1901.
  2. [S205] Transcript of New South Wales Birth certificate for Nancy Manning, 18/08/1900.

Walter Hay Simpson

M, #101, b. 20 July 1876, d. 5 August 1959
  • (Informant) Death: Walter Hay Simpson was the informant for the death of Emma Lavinia Bennett on 26 April 1919 at Lyrie, Effingham Street, Mosman, NSW, AUS.
  • Electoral Roll*: Walter Hay Simpson is listed on the electoral roll of 1930 in the State of NSW, District of Warringah and Subdistrict of Mosman. His address was 2 Effingham Street, Mosman. His occupation is listed as bank official.1
  • Electoral Roll: He is listed on the electoral roll of 1936 in the State of NSW, District of Warringah and Subdistrict of Mosman. His address was 2 Effingham Street, Mosman. His occupation is listed as bank official.1

Family: Maleta Caroline Lavinia Lyne b. 18 Jul 1878, d. 22 Feb 1967

Citations

  1. [S152] Website Ancestry (http://www.ancestry.com/) "Ancestry.com. Australian Electoral Rolls, 1901-1936 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2007. Original data: Australian Electoral Commission. [Electoral roll]. Microform mc N 451-mc N 457. National Library of Australia, Canberra, Australia."

Maleta Caroline Lavinia Lyne

F, #102, b. 18 July 1878, d. 22 February 1967
  • Married Name: As of 23 May 1906,her married name was Simpson.
  • Electoral Roll*: Maleta Caroline Lavinia Lyne is listed on the electoral roll of 1936 in the State of NSW, Division of Warringah and Subdivision of Mosman. Her address was 2 Effingham Street, Mosman. Her occupation is listed as home duties.1

Family: Walter Hay Simpson b. 20 Jul 1876, d. 5 Aug 1959

Citations

  1. [S152] Website Ancestry (http://www.ancestry.com/) "Ancestry.com. Australian Electoral Rolls, 1901-1936 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2007. Original data: Australian Electoral Commission. [Electoral roll]. Microform mc N 451-mc N 457. National Library of Australia, Canberra, Australia."

Frederick Gibson Manning

M, #103, b. 24 May 1819, d. 4 April 1892
  • Immigration*: Frederick Gibson Manning immigrated in July 1852 CHECK Assisted British Immigrants 1839-1871 (Victorian)
    Family Name Given Name Age Month Year Ship Book Page
    MANNING BRIDGET 19 JUL 1852 LONDON 8 99
    MANNING BRIDGET 19 JUL 1852 LONDON 5A 233
    MANNING FREDERICK 24 JUL 1852 LONDON 8 97
    MANNING FREDK 24 JUL 1852 LONDON 5A 231
    MANNING ROBERT 26 JUL 1852 LONDON 8 97
    MANNING ROBERT 26 JUL 1852 LONDON 5A 231.
  • Newspaper*: Frederick Gibson was mentioned in the The Sydney Morning Herald on 13 October 1852:
    "MARRIED.
    At Kyeambu, on the 2nd October, by the Rev. Patrick Fitzgerald, Frederick Gibson Manning, Esq., of Joubong, to Jane, eldest daughter of Mr. John Smith, of Kyeambu."8
  • Newspaper: Frederick Gibson was mentioned in the Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer on 16 October 1852:
    "MARRIED...
    At Kyeambu[sic], on the 2nd October, by the Rev. Patrick Fitzpatrick, Frederick Gibson Manning, Esq., of Joubong, to Jane, eldest daughter of Mr John Smith, of Kyeambu[sic]."9
  • Occupation: He was superintendent on 22 October 1864.10
  • Residence*: He and Jane Bell Smith lived on 22 October 1864 at Jellingroo, Gundagai, NSW, AUS.10
  • (Informant) Birth: Frederick Gibson Manning was the informant for the birth of Francis Manning on 22 October 1864 at Jellingroo, Gundagai, NSW, AUS.10
  • Occupation*: Frederick Gibson Manning was grazier on 18 February 1867.7,11,12
  • Residence: He and Jane Bell Smith lived on 18 February 1867 at Hillside Station, Albury, NSW, AUS.12,13
  • (Informant) Birth: Frederick Gibson Manning was the informant for the birth of Alexander Smith Manning on 18 February 1867 at Hillside Station, Albury, NSW, AUS.12
  • Occupation: Frederick Gibson Manning was squatter on 20 April 1869.13
  • (Informant) Birth: He was the informant for the birth of Frederick Gibson Manning on 20 April 1869 at Hillside Station, Albury, NSW, AUS.13
  • Newspaper*: Frederick Gibson was mentioned in the The Sydney Morning Herald on 3 May 1877:
    "COMPETENT GOVERNESS wanted, four pupils ; music, French, English, and drawing. Apply Frederick Gibson Manning, Hillside Station, Little Billabong."14
  • Newspaper: Frederick Gibson was mentioned in the The Sydney Morning Herald on 12 November 1881:
    "FRIDAY, 13th NOVEMBER.
    HILLSIDE STATION,
    near Kyamba, Murrumbidgee District, N. S. W.
    R. GOLDSBROUGH and CO., Limited (in conjunction with Messrs. MORT and CO., Sydney), have received instructions from Frederick Gibson Manning, Esq., to offer for sale by public auction, at their Wool Warehouses, Melbourne, on FRIDAY, 13th NOVEMBER, at 3 o'clock p.m.,
    His fine property, known as HILLSIDE, situate on the Little Billabong, Murrumbidgee District, near Kyamba, about 60 miles from Albury, comprising about 16,000 acres of well-grassed, sound hilly country, well adapted for sheep, together with the stock thereon, consisting of
    3000 ewes, 2, 6, and 8 tooth
    4000 wethers, 2,6, and 8 tooth
    90 rams
    8 horses and 4 milch cows.
    The sheep are of a high class, being all of the nearly pure-bred Bayly blood, and are in good condition. The freehold, conditionally purchased, and other secured lands comprise about 9400 acres, and the improvements, which are in good order, include dwelling-house, containing 2 large sitting and 6 bed rooms, kitchen, with store and underground bathroom, and laundry with water laid on ; an excellent garden, well stocked with fruit and other trees ; horse paddock, yards, stables, woolshed and wash pen, with two spouts, and paddocks adjoining, and six sheep paddock containing from 1000 acres to 3000 acres each.
    This is worth the attention of buyers requiring a nice compact pastoral property in a desirable district.
    For further particulars apply at GOLDSBROUGH'S WOOL WAREHOUSES, Melbourne ; or to MORT and CO., Sydney."15
  • (Mentioned) Newspaper: Frederick Gibson was mentioned in the The Sydney Morning Herald on 29 April 1893:
    "Marriages...
    MANNING-ELLIOT - April 19, at Torwood, Dubbo. Frederick Gibson, sixth son of the late Frederick Gibson Manning, to Julia Caroline, eldest daughter of Thomas Usher Elliot."16
  • (Mentioned) Newspaper: Frederick Gibson was mentioned in the The Sydney Morning Herald on 4 January 1900:
    "MArriages...
    MANNING—HOGARTH.—At St. Cyprian's Church, Narrabri, by the Rev. Canon King, Arthur Gibson, youngest son of the late Frederick Gibson Manning, to Florence Rayer, youngest daughter of the late Henry Clement Hogarth."17
  • (Mentioned) Newspaper: Frederick Gibson was mentioned in the The Sydney Morning Herald on 8 April 1913:
    "DEATHS...
    MANNING. — April 5, at her residence, Clio, McDonald-street, Potts Point, Jane Bell, widow of the late Frederic Gibson Manning, in her 80th year."18
  • (Mentioned) Newspaper: Frederick Gibson was mentioned in the The Sydney Morning Herald on 19 August 1925:
    "DEATHS...
    MANNING.-August 11, in London, Frederick Gibson, sixth son of the late Frederick Gibson Manning, aged 56 years."19
  • (Mentioned) Newspaper: Frederick Gibson was mentioned in the The Sydney Morning Herald on 21 April 1930:
    "DEATHS...
    MANNING. - April 19, 1930, at District Hospital, Parramatta, George Herbert Gibson Manning, of Kesteven, 13 Fennell-street, Parramatta, beloved husband of Elsie Manning and father of Herbert Cecil, Marjorie, Colin and Stanley, and eldest son of the late Frederick Gibson Manning."20
  • (Mentioned) Newspaper: Frederick Gibson was mentioned in the The Sydney Morning Herald on 28 May 1931:
    "DEATHS...
    MANNING.-May 27, 1931. at his son's residence, 26 Helena-street, Randwick, William Oke Manning, third son of the late Frederick Gibson Manning, and beloved husband of Eliza Manning, aged 71 years. (By special request no flowers)."21
  • (Mentioned) Newspaper: Frederick Gibson was mentioned in the The Sydney Morning Herald on 13 June 1933:
    "DEATHS...
    MANNING -June 8 at Glen Innes, John Edward Gibson Manning, second son of the late Frederick Gibson Manning, aged 75 years."22

Family: Jane Bell Smith b. 24 Jul 1833, d. 5 Apr 1913

Citations

  1. [S105] Indexes, British Isles Vital Records Index (2nd Ed).
  2. [S206] Transcript of New South Wales Birth certificate for Francis Manning, 22/10/1864 "Surrey England."
  3. [S208] Transcript of New South Wales Birth certificate for Alexander Smith Manning, 18/02/1867 "Chelsea England."
  4. [S202] Transcript of New South Wales Death certificate for Jane Bell Manning, 05/04/1913 "Kyeamba, Wagga Wagga NSW."
  5. [S208] Transcript of New South Wales Birth certificate for Alexander Smith Manning, 18/02/1867 "Kyamba, Murrumbidgee District NSW."
  6. [S209] Transcript of New South Wales Birth certificate for Frederick Gibson Manning, 20/04/1869 "Kyamba, near Tarcutta."
  7. [S132] Frederick Gibson Manning, Death certificate of Frederick Gibson Manning.
  8. [S469] Website Australian Newspapers (NLA) (http://newspapers.nla.gov.au/) "1852 'Family Notices.', The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842-1954), 13 October, p. 3, viewed 14 June, 2011, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article12940709."
  9. [S469] Website Australian Newspapers (NLA) (http://newspapers.nla.gov.au/) "1852 'Family Notices.', Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer (NSW : 1845-1860), 16 October, p. 3, viewed 14 June, 2011, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article59775432."
  10. [S206] Transcript of New South Wales Birth certificate for Francis Manning, 22/10/1864.
  11. [S207] Transcript of New South Wales Death certificate for Francis Manning, 12/10/1922.
  12. [S208] Transcript of New South Wales Birth certificate for Alexander Smith Manning, 18/02/1867.
  13. [S209] Transcript of New South Wales Birth certificate for Frederick Gibson Manning, 20/04/1869.
  14. [S469] Website Australian Newspapers (NLA) (http://newspapers.nla.gov.au/) "1877 'Advertising.', The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842-1954), 3 May, p. 10, viewed 14 June, 2011, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article13396485."
  15. [S469] Website Australian Newspapers (NLA) (http://newspapers.nla.gov.au/) "1881 'Advertising.', The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842-1954), 12 November, p. 15, viewed 14 June, 2011, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article13498878."
  16. [S469] Website Australian Newspapers (NLA) (http://newspapers.nla.gov.au/) "1893 'Family Notices.', The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842-1954), 29 April, p. 1, viewed 14 June, 2011, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article13937813."
  17. [S469] Website Australian Newspapers (NLA) (http://newspapers.nla.gov.au/) "1900 'Family Notices.', The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842-1954), 4 January, p. 1, viewed 14 June, 2011, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article14249605."
  18. [S469] Website Australian Newspapers (NLA) (http://newspapers.nla.gov.au/) "1913 'Family Notices.', The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842-1954), 8 April, p. 8, viewed 14 June, 2011, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article15411148."
  19. [S469] Website Australian Newspapers (NLA) (http://newspapers.nla.gov.au/) "1925 'Family Notices.', The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842-1954), 19 August, p. 12, viewed 14 June, 2011, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article16236396."
  20. [S469] Website Australian Newspapers (NLA) (http://newspapers.nla.gov.au/) "1930 'Family Notices.', The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842-1954), 21 April, p. 8, viewed 14 June, 2011, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article16677030."
  21. [S469] Website Australian Newspapers (NLA) (http://newspapers.nla.gov.au/) "1931 'Family Notices.', The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842-1954), 28 May, p. 8, viewed 14 June, 2011, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article16781343."
  22. [S469] Website Australian Newspapers (NLA) (http://newspapers.nla.gov.au/) "1933 'Family Notices.', The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842-1954), 13 June, p. 8, viewed 14 June, 2011, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article16956367."
  23. [S131] William Oke Manning, Death certificate of William Oke Manning.

Jane Bell Smith

F, #104, b. 24 July 1833, d. 5 April 1913
  • Married Name: As of 2 October 1852,her married name was Manning.
  • Newspaper*: Jane Bell was mentioned in the The Sydney Morning Herald on 13 October 1852:
    "MARRIED.
    At Kyeambu, on the 2nd October, by the Rev. Patrick Fitzgerald, Frederick Gibson Manning, Esq., of Joubong, to Jane, eldest daughter of Mr. John Smith, of Kyeambu."12
  • Newspaper: Jane Bell was mentioned in the Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer on 16 October 1852:
    "MARRIED...
    At Kyeambu[sic], on the 2nd October, by the Rev. Patrick Fitzpatrick, Frederick Gibson Manning, Esq., of Joubong, to Jane, eldest daughter of Mr John Smith, of Kyeambu[sic]."13
  • (Informant) Birth: She was the informant for the birth of John Edward Gibson Manning on 22 February 1858 at Kyneton, VIC, AUS.14,15
  • Residence*: Jane Bell Smith and Frederick Gibson Manning lived on 22 October 1864 at Jellingroo, Gundagai, NSW, AUS.16
  • Residence: Jane Bell Smith and Frederick Gibson Manning lived on 18 February 1867 at Hillside Station, Albury, NSW, AUS.17,18
  • Newspaper*: Jane Bell was mentioned in the The Sydney Morning Herald on 8 April 1913:
    "DEATHS...
    MANNING. — April 5, at her residence, Clio, McDonald-street, Potts Point, Jane Bell, widow of the late Frederic Gibson Manning, in her 80th year."11

Family: Frederick Gibson Manning b. 24 May 1819, d. 4 Apr 1892

Citations

  1. [S202] Transcript of New South Wales Death certificate for Jane Bell Manning, 05/04/1913 "listed as John Smith."
  2. [S202] Transcript of New South Wales Death certificate for Jane Bell Manning, 05/04/1913 "listed as Anne Wilde."
  3. [S238] Transcript of New South Wales Death certificate for Anne Smith, 19/10/1886.
  4. [S202] Transcript of New South Wales Death certificate for Jane Bell Manning, 05/04/1913 "Arthursleigh near Goulburn NSW."
  5. [S206] Transcript of New South Wales Birth certificate for Francis Manning, 22/10/1864 "Arthursleigh, near Goulburn NSW."
  6. [S208] Transcript of New South Wales Birth certificate for Alexander Smith Manning, 18/02/1867 "Wollondilly NSW."
  7. [S202] Transcript of New South Wales Death certificate for Jane Bell Manning, 05/04/1913 "Kyeamba, Wagga Wagga NSW."
  8. [S208] Transcript of New South Wales Birth certificate for Alexander Smith Manning, 18/02/1867 "Kyamba, Murrumbidgee District NSW."
  9. [S209] Transcript of New South Wales Birth certificate for Frederick Gibson Manning, 20/04/1869 "Kyamba, near Tarcutta."
  10. [S202] Transcript of New South Wales Death certificate for Jane Bell Manning, 05/04/1913.
  11. [S469] Website Australian Newspapers (NLA) (http://newspapers.nla.gov.au/) "1913 'Family Notices.', The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842-1954), 8 April, p. 8, viewed 14 June, 2011, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article15411148."
  12. [S469] Website Australian Newspapers (NLA) (http://newspapers.nla.gov.au/) "1852 'Family Notices.', The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842-1954), 13 October, p. 3, viewed 14 June, 2011, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article12940709."
  13. [S469] Website Australian Newspapers (NLA) (http://newspapers.nla.gov.au/) "1852 'Family Notices.', Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer (NSW : 1845-1860), 16 October, p. 3, viewed 14 June, 2011, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article59775432."
  14. [S145] Alan Gibson Manning, Birth (unknown file date).
  15. [S205] Transcript of New South Wales Birth certificate for Nancy Manning, 18/08/1900 "Narrabri NSW."
  16. [S206] Transcript of New South Wales Birth certificate for Francis Manning, 22/10/1864.
  17. [S208] Transcript of New South Wales Birth certificate for Alexander Smith Manning, 18/02/1867.
  18. [S209] Transcript of New South Wales Birth certificate for Frederick Gibson Manning, 20/04/1869.
  19. [S131] William Oke Manning, Death certificate of William Oke Manning.
  20. [S207] Transcript of New South Wales Death certificate for Francis Manning, 12/10/1922.

Henry Manning

M, #105, b. 20 February 1821, d. 9 March 1873

Family: Charlotte Millicent Nicholls b. 16 Feb 1830, d. 14 Dec 1913

Citations

  1. [S143] Unnamed Manning, Birth (unknown file date).
  2. [S192] Transcript of New South Wales Birth certificate for Florence Clarke Manning, 26/06/1870 "Born in France."
  3. [S199] Transcript of New South Wales Birth certificate for Maud Ethel Manning, 31/12/1871 "51 years old born in France."
  4. [S200] Transcript of New South Wales Birth certificate for Adelaide Louisa Manning, 18/06/1867 "46 years old born in France."
  5. [S151] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Date of birth given as 20 FEB 1821.
  6. [S151] International Genealogical Index (IGI).
  7. [S192] Transcript of New South Wales Birth certificate for Florence Clarke Manning, 26/06/1870.
  8. [S193] Transcript of New South Wales Birth certificate for Unnamed Male Manning, 30/08/1865.
  9. [S199] Transcript of New South Wales Birth certificate for Maud Ethel Manning, 31/12/1871 "1855 Tasmania."
  10. [S144] Unnamed Manning, Death certificate of unnamed Manning.
  11. [S194] Transcript of New South Wales Birth certificate for Unnamed Female Manning, 24/08/1860.
  12. [S169] Website NSW BDM (http://www.bdm.nsw.gov.au/).
  13. [S201] Transcript of New South Wales Birth certificate for Unnamed Male Manning, 16/09/1861.
  14. [S142] Francis Edwin Manning, Death certificate of Francis Edwin Manning.
  15. [S141] Stuart Wilmore Manning, Death certificate of Stuart Wilmore Manning, listed as Agent for Illawarra Steam Navigation Co.
  16. [S139] Harold Clyde Manning, Death certificate of Harold Clyde Manning, listed as Shipping Agent.
  17. [S140] Florence Clarke Manning, Death certificate of Florence Clarke Manning, listed as Representative for Shipping Co.
  18. [S137] Katie Millicent Manning, Death certificate of Katie Millicent Manning, listed as Shipping Company Manager.
  19. [S140] Florence Clarke Manning, Death certificate of Florence Clarke Manning.
  20. [S197] Website Milton Ulladulla Local and Family History Site (http://www.ulladulla.info/history/welcome.html) "Birth date 30.8.1865."
  21. [S197] Website Milton Ulladulla Local and Family History Site (http://www.ulladulla.info/history/welcome.html) "Birth date 18.6.1867."
  22. [S200] Transcript of New South Wales Birth certificate for Adelaide Louisa Manning, 18/06/1867.
  23. [S145] Alan Gibson Manning, Birth (unknown file date).
  24. [S197] Website Milton Ulladulla Local and Family History Site (http://www.ulladulla.info/history/welcome.html) "Birth date 31.3.1869."
  25. [S205] Transcript of New South Wales Birth certificate for Nancy Manning, 18/08/1900 "Nelligen NSW."
  26. [S197] Website Milton Ulladulla Local and Family History Site (http://www.ulladulla.info/history/welcome.html) "Birth date 31.12.1871."
  27. [S199] Transcript of New South Wales Birth certificate for Maud Ethel Manning, 31/12/1871.
  28. [S138] Walter Henry Manning, Death certificate of Walter Henry Manning.

Charlotte Millicent Nicholls

F, #106, b. 16 February 1830, d. 14 December 1913
  • Married Name: As of 22 March 1855,her married name was Manning.
  • Name Variation: As of 24 August 1860, Charlotte Millicent Nicholls was also known as Charlotte Nickolls.8
  • Name Variation: As of 16 September 1861, Charlotte Millicent Nicholls was also known as Nickolls.9,1,10
  • Name Variation: As of 30 August 1865, Charlotte Millicent Nicholls was also known as Charlotte Milicent Nicholls.6
  • Name Variation: As of 12 September 1874, Charlotte Millicent Nicholls was also known as Nickols.11

Family: Henry Manning b. 20 Feb 1821, d. 9 Mar 1873

Citations

  1. [S143] Unnamed Manning, Birth (unknown file date).
  2. [S192] Transcript of New South Wales Birth certificate for Florence Clarke Manning, 26/06/1870 "Born in Tasmania."
  3. [S199] Transcript of New South Wales Birth certificate for Maud Ethel Manning, 31/12/1871 "42 years old born in Tasmania."
  4. [S200] Transcript of New South Wales Birth certificate for Adelaide Louisa Manning, 18/06/1867 "37 years old born in Tasmania."
  5. [S192] Transcript of New South Wales Birth certificate for Florence Clarke Manning, 26/06/1870.
  6. [S193] Transcript of New South Wales Birth certificate for Unnamed Male Manning, 30/08/1865.
  7. [S199] Transcript of New South Wales Birth certificate for Maud Ethel Manning, 31/12/1871 "1855 Tasmania."
  8. [S194] Transcript of New South Wales Birth certificate for Unnamed Female Manning, 24/08/1860.
  9. [S141] Stuart Wilmore Manning, Death certificate of Stuart Wilmore Manning.
  10. [S201] Transcript of New South Wales Birth certificate for Unnamed Male Manning, 16/09/1861.
  11. [S142] Francis Edwin Manning, Death certificate of Francis Edwin Manning.
  12. [S200] Transcript of New South Wales Birth certificate for Adelaide Louisa Manning, 18/06/1867.
  13. [S199] Transcript of New South Wales Birth certificate for Maud Ethel Manning, 31/12/1871.

William Butler Simpson

M, #107, b. 12 May 1836, d. 2 July 1912

Family: Josephine Letitia Hyeronimus b. c 1845, d. 20 Mar 1925

Citations

  1. [S314] Transcript of New South Wales Death certificate for Anne Hyeronimus, 29/12/1899.

Josephine Letitia Hyeronimus

F, #108, b. circa 1845, d. 20 March 1925

Family: William Butler Simpson b. 12 May 1836, d. 2 Jul 1912

Citations

  1. [S311] Transcript of New South Wales Death certificate for Nicholas Hyeronimus, 27/6/1860.
  2. [S314] Transcript of New South Wales Death certificate for Anne Hyeronimus, 29/12/1899.
  3. [S169] Website NSW BDM (http://www.bdm.nsw.gov.au/) "1845/V18452705 162B."
  4. [S149] Josphine Letitia Simpson, Death certificate of Josphine Letitia Simpson.

Bishop Lyne

M, #109, b. 1848, d. 1908
  • Note: Bishop Lyne 7470/1878 LYNE UNNAMED BISHOP EMMA L ALBURY.
  • Newspaper*: He and Emma Lavinia Bennett were mentioned in the The Mercury on 14 November 1871, the piece also mentioned John Lyne and Henry Bennett:
    "MARRIAGES.
    LYNE-BENNETT. - On the 9th November, by the Rev. F. Hales, Bishop, second son of John Lyne, Esq., of Apslawn, Great Swanport, to Emma Lavinia second daughter of Henry Bennett, Esq., of Claremont Launceston."3
  • (Mentioned) Newspaper: Bishop was mentioned in the The Mercury on 3 December 1872:
    "BIRTHS...
    LYNE.-On the 7th November, at Gala House, Swanport, the wife of Bishop Lyne, Esq., of a son."4
  • (Mentioned) Newspaper: Bishop was mentioned in the an unknown place on 11 July 1874:
    "BIRTHS.
    ...
    LYNE. -At Claremont, Launceston, on the 19th June, the wife of Bishop Lyne, Esq., of a daughter."5
  • Newspaper*: Bishop was mentioned in the The Sydney Morning Herald on 12 December 1878:
    "PASTORAL NEWS, STOCK MOVEMENTS, AND MARKETS.
    ...for Mr. Bishop Lyne, of Germanton, 2000 six and eight-tooth wethers to Mr. E. C. Pearson, of Sandy Creek."6
  • (Mentioned) Newspaper: Bishop was mentioned in the The Mercury on 27 August 1898:
    "Marriages.
    ...
    WHITE-LYNE. On February 9, 1898. at St. Cyprian's Church, Narrabri, New South Wales, by the Rev. Canon King, Walter D. White, third son of E. White, Esq., of Martindale, to Irene Marian, second daughter of Bishop Lyne, and granddaughter of Henry Bennett and John Lyne, Esqs., Launceston."7
  • Residence*: He lived on 21 September 1899 at Narrabri, NSW, AUS.8
  • (Mentioned) Newspaper: Bishop was mentioned in the The Sydney Morning Herald on 21 September 1899:
    "MARRIAGES.
    ...
    WISDOM-LYNE-September 13, at St. Cyprian's Church, Narrabri, by the Rev. Canon King, John B. Wisdom, of Glen Innes, to Eloise E. (Ellie), eldest daughter of Bishop Lyne, Esq., Narrabri."8
  • Newspaper: Bishop was mentioned in the The Sydney Morning Herald on 9 November 1903:
    "MOREE ELECTORATE.
    NARRABRI, Sunday.
    Mr. Bishop Lyne, a brother of Sir William Lyne, has been asked to contest the seat against Mr. W. Webster, the Labour candidate, but has not yet given a final answer."9
  • (Witness) Marriage: He witnessed the marriage of Walter Hay Simpson and Maleta Caroline Lavinia Lyne on 23 May 1906 at Recordia, Narrabri, NSW, AUS.
  • Newspaper: Bishop Lyne was mentioned in the The Sydney Morning Herald on 18 February 1907:
    "THE NAMOI SEAT.
    WEE WAA, Saturday.
    Mr. W. J. Walton, who is a candidate for nomination by the P.L.L. to run for tho Namoi seat at the forthcoming election, spoke before the league on Wednesday, and received a vote of confidence. The local league had nominatd Mr. Bishop Lyne."10
  • (Mentioned) Newspaper: Bishop was mentioned in the The Sydney Morning Herald on 26 July 1921:
    "OBITUARY.
    DR. H. T. BELL.
    The funeral took place yesterday at Waverley Cemetery of Dr. Hugh Thomas Bell, of Glover-street, Mosman, whose death occurred on Saturday at a private hospital. Dr. Bell was the only son of the late Dr. H. T. Bell, of Brisbane, and practised for 16 years at Murwillumbah. He married the widow of the late Mr. Walter White, of Dallandene station, Queensland. She is a daughter of the late Mr. Bishop Lyne, of Narrabri, brother of the late Sir William Lyne.
    Dr. Bell leaves a widow, a son, and two daughters."11

Family: Emma Lavinia Bennett b. 30 Mar 1847, d. 26 Apr 1919

Citations

  1. [S92] Lois Nyman The Lyne Family History.
  2. [S93] Clarendon Amos Amos & Lyne Family History.
  3. [S469] Website Australian Newspapers (NLA) (http://newspapers.nla.gov.au/) "The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860-1954), Tuesday 14 November 1871, page 1 Cite: http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article8866708."
  4. [S469] Website Australian Newspapers (NLA) (http://newspapers.nla.gov.au/) "The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860-1954), Tuesday 3 December 1872, page 2 Cite: http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article8922711."
  5. [S469] Website Australian Newspapers (NLA) (http://newspapers.nla.gov.au/) "The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860-1954), Saturday 11 July 1874, page 2; Cite: http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article8931055."
  6. [S469] Website Australian Newspapers (NLA) (http://newspapers.nla.gov.au/) "The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842-1954), Thursday 12 December 1878, page 2 Cite: http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article18821577."
  7. [S469] Website Australian Newspapers (NLA) (http://newspapers.nla.gov.au/) "The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860-1954), Saturday 27 August 1898, page 10; Cite: http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article9429425."
  8. [S469] Website Australian Newspapers (NLA) (http://newspapers.nla.gov.au/) "The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842-1954), Thursday 21 September 1899, page 10; Cite: http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article14217870."
  9. [S469] Website Australian Newspapers (NLA) (http://newspapers.nla.gov.au/) "The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842-1954), Monday 9 November 1903, page 1 Cite: http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article14578297."
  10. [S469] Website Australian Newspapers (NLA) (http://newspapers.nla.gov.au/) "The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842-1954), Monday 18 February 1907, page 8 Cite: http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article14842049."
  11. [S469] Website Australian Newspapers (NLA) (http://newspapers.nla.gov.au/) "The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842-1954), Tuesday 26 July 1921, page 10 Cite: http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article15953645."

Emma Lavinia Bennett

F, #110, b. 30 March 1847, d. 26 April 1919
  • Married Name: As of 9 November 1871,her married name was Lyne.
  • Newspaper*: Emma Lavinia Bennett and Bishop Lyne were mentioned in the The Mercury on 14 November 1871, the piece also mentioned John Lyne and Henry Bennett:
    "MARRIAGES.
    LYNE-BENNETT. - On the 9th November, by the Rev. F. Hales, Bishop, second son of John Lyne, Esq., of Apslawn, Great Swanport, to Emma Lavinia second daughter of Henry Bennett, Esq., of Claremont Launceston."2
  • (Mentioned) Newspaper: Emma Lavinia was mentioned in the The Mercury on 3 December 1872:
    "BIRTHS...
    LYNE.-On the 7th November, at Gala House, Swanport, the wife of Bishop Lyne, Esq., of a son."3
  • (Mentioned) Newspaper: Emma Lavinia was mentioned in the an unknown place on 11 July 1874:
    "BIRTHS.
    ...
    LYNE. -At Claremont, Launceston, on the 19th June, the wife of Bishop Lyne, Esq., of a daughter."4
  • (Witness) Marriage: She witnessed the marriage of Walter Hay Simpson and Maleta Caroline Lavinia Lyne on 23 May 1906 at Recordia, Narrabri, NSW, AUS.

Family: Bishop Lyne b. 1848, d. 1908

Citations

  1. [S92] Lois Nyman The Lyne Family History.
  2. [S469] Website Australian Newspapers (NLA) (http://newspapers.nla.gov.au/) "The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860-1954), Tuesday 14 November 1871, page 1 Cite: http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article8866708."
  3. [S469] Website Australian Newspapers (NLA) (http://newspapers.nla.gov.au/) "The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860-1954), Tuesday 3 December 1872, page 2 Cite: http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article8922711."
  4. [S469] Website Australian Newspapers (NLA) (http://newspapers.nla.gov.au/) "The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860-1954), Saturday 11 July 1874, page 2; Cite: http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article8931055."

Clarice Helena Bennett Lyne

F, #111, b. 1877
  • Married Name: As of 1901,her married name was Chambers.1,2

Family: George W Chambers

Citations

  1. [S92] Lois Nyman The Lyne Family History.
  2. [S169] Website NSW BDM (http://www.bdm.nsw.gov.au/) "M 9672/1901."
  3. [S169] Website NSW BDM (http://www.bdm.nsw.gov.au/) "B 32829/1902."

John Edye Manning

M, #112, b. 26 April 1783, d. 16 January 1870

Census Summary

1851DEV, ENG
1861GLS, ENG
  • Occupation*: John Edye Manning was Solicitor.1
  • Occupation: He was Grazier.2
  • Census1851 (UK)*: He and Matilda Jordan Cooke appeared on the 1851 English Census of, in the County of DEV, enumerated 30 March 1851, Their children Hannah Jane were listed as living with them.
  • (Visitor) Census1861 (UK): John Edye Manning appeared on the 1861 English Census of, in the County of GLS, enumerated 7 April 1861 in the household of Adelaide Lydia Matilda Manning.

Family: Matilda Jordan Cooke b. 3 Nov 1777, d. 12 Oct 1860

Citations

  1. [S136] Transcript of New South Wales Death certificate for Edye Manning, 24/2/1889.
  2. [S147] Arthur Wilcox Manning, Death certificate of Arthur Wilcox Manning.
  3. [S203] Transcript of New South Wales Death certificate for James Alexander Louis Manning, 26/10/1887.

Matilda Jordan Cooke

F, #113, b. 3 November 1777, d. 12 October 1860

Census Summary

1851DEV, ENG
  • Married Name: As of 1 May 1804,her married name was Manning.
  • Census1851 (UK)*: Matilda Jordan Cooke and John Edye Manning appeared on the 1851 English Census of, in the County of DEV, enumerated 30 March 1851, Their children Hannah Jane were listed as living with them.

Family: John Edye Manning b. 26 Apr 1783, d. 16 Jan 1870

Citations

  1. [S151] International Genealogical Index (IGI).
  2. [S136] Transcript of New South Wales Death certificate for Edye Manning, 24/2/1889.
  3. [S203] Transcript of New South Wales Death certificate for James Alexander Louis Manning, 26/10/1887 "listed as Mary Jorden formerly Cooke."

Stuart Wilmore Manning

M, #114, b. 30 August 1865, d. 10 April 1897
  • Occupation*: Stuart Wilmore Manning was Clerk of Petty Sessions on 10 April 1897.6

Family: Alice Maude Fox b. 7 Nov 1864, d. 23 Aug 1951

Citations

  1. [S193] Transcript of New South Wales Birth certificate for Unnamed Male Manning, 30/08/1865.
  2. [S140] Florence Clarke Manning, Death certificate of Florence Clarke Manning.
  3. [S169] Website NSW BDM (http://www.bdm.nsw.gov.au/).
  4. [S197] Website Milton Ulladulla Local and Family History Site (http://www.ulladulla.info/history/welcome.html) "Birth date 30.8.1865."
  5. [S197] Website Milton Ulladulla Local and Family History Site (http://www.ulladulla.info/history/welcome.html).
  6. [S141] Stuart Wilmore Manning, Death certificate of Stuart Wilmore Manning.
  7. [S195] Website Mary-Ann homepage (http://www.tribalpages.com/tribes/maryann).

Francis Edwin Manning

M, #115, b. 27 January 1856, d. 7 September 1874
  • Name Variation: As of 27 January 1856, Francis Edwin Manning was also known as Francis Edward Manning.
  • Note*: He unmarried on 7 September 1874.1
  • Occupation*: He was Writing Clerk on 7 September 1874.1

Citations

  1. [S142] Francis Edwin Manning, Death certificate of Francis Edwin Manning.

Harold Clyde Manning

M, #116, b. 28 October 1858, d. 15 October 1924
  • Newspaper*: Harold Clyde was mentioned in the The Sydney Morning Herald on 23 April 1895:
    "BIRTHS...
    MANNING.-April 20, at Roseby House, Manly, the wife of Harold C. Manning, L.S., of a son."2
  • (Witness) Burial: He witnessed the burial of Florence Clarke Manning on 13 April 1918 at Church of England Cemetery, Gore Hill, NSW, AUS.3
  • Occupation*: Harold Clyde Manning was Surveyor on 15 October 1924.1

Family: Martha Jane Nugent

Citations

  1. [S139] Harold Clyde Manning, Death certificate of Harold Clyde Manning.
  2. [S469] Website Australian Newspapers (NLA) (http://newspapers.nla.gov.au/) "The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842-1954), Tuesday 23 April 1895, page 1, Cite: http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article13993709."
  3. [S140] Florence Clarke Manning, Death certificate of Florence Clarke Manning.
  4. [S169] Website NSW BDM (http://www.bdm.nsw.gov.au/) "D 9890/1954."
  5. [S169] Website NSW BDM (http://www.bdm.nsw.gov.au/) "B 2008/1889."
  6. [S169] Website NSW BDM (http://www.bdm.nsw.gov.au/) "D 12256/1960."
  7. [S169] Website NSW BDM (http://www.bdm.nsw.gov.au/) "B 21815/1892."
  8. [S169] Website NSW BDM (http://www.bdm.nsw.gov.au/) "D 20520/1960."
  9. [S169] Website NSW BDM (http://www.bdm.nsw.gov.au/) "B 1702/1897."