William Nimmo

M, #2349

Family: Mary Henderson

Mary Henderson

F, #2350

Family: William Nimmo

Elizabeth Nimmo

F, #2352, b. 15 April 1776

Mary Nimmo

F, #2353, b. 19 August 1778

Margaret Wallace

F, #2354, b. 5 April 1772

James Wallace

M, #2355

Family: Elizabeth Weir

Margaret Wallace

F, #2356, b. 22 May 1774

Elizabeth Wallace

F, #2357, b. 29 August 1776

Robert Wallace

M, #2359, b. 12 April 1781

James Wallace

M, #2360, b. 22 February 1784

David Wallace

M, #2361, b. 20 November 1786

William Wallace

M, #2362, b. 21 August 1789

Elizabeth Weir

F, #2363
  • Married Name: Her married name was Wallace.

Family: James Wallace

Janet Wallace

F, #2364, b. 1 July 1792

Alexander Brodie

M, #2365

Citations

  1. [S150] Online image of Scottish Statutory Marriage certificate for Alston Auld and Ann Brodie, 01/09/1865.

Agnes Brodie

F, #2366

Citations

  1. [S150] Online image of Scottish Statutory Marriage certificate for Alston Auld and Ann Brodie, 01/09/1865.

Ann E (?)

F, #2367, b. circa 1846
  • Married Name: Her married name was Manning.
  • Census1881 (UK)*: Ann E (?) and Edward M Manning appeared on the 1881 English Census of at Clifton, in the County of GLS, at 12 Victoria Square, enumerated 1881, Their children William M, Maurice, Edith L, Arthur P and Emmerline were listed as living with them.1

Family: Edward M Manning b. c 1841

Citations

  1. [S34] 1881 population census for England (online image).

William M Manning

M, #2368, b. circa 1869
  • (with Parents) Census1881 (UK): William M Manning appeared on the 1881 English Census of at Clifton, in the County of GLS, at 12 Victoria Square, enumerated 1881 in the household of his parents, Edward M Manning and Ann E (?).1

Citations

  1. [S34] 1881 population census for England (online image).

Maurice Manning

M, #2369, b. circa 1871
  • (with Parents) Census1881 (UK): Maurice Manning appeared on the 1881 English Census of at Clifton, in the County of GLS, at 12 Victoria Square, enumerated 1881 in the household of his parents, Edward M Manning and Ann E (?).1

Citations

  1. [S34] 1881 population census for England (online image).

Edith L Manning

F, #2370, b. circa 1875
  • (with Parents) Census1881 (UK): Edith L Manning appeared on the 1881 English Census of at Clifton, in the County of GLS, at 12 Victoria Square, enumerated 1881 in the household of her parents, Edward M Manning and Ann E (?).1

Citations

  1. [S34] 1881 population census for England (online image).

Arthur P Manning

M, #2371, b. circa 1879
  • (with Parents) Census1881 (UK): Arthur P Manning appeared on the 1881 English Census of at Clifton, in the County of GLS, at 12 Victoria Square, enumerated 1881 in the household of his parents, Edward M Manning and Ann E (?).1

Citations

  1. [S34] 1881 population census for England (online image).

Emmerline Manning

F, #2372, b. circa 1879
  • (with Parents) Census1881 (UK): Emmerline Manning appeared on the 1881 English Census of at Clifton, in the County of GLS, at 12 Victoria Square, enumerated 1881 in the household of her parents, Edward M Manning and Ann E (?).1

Citations

  1. [S34] 1881 population census for England (online image).

Patrick Auld

M, #2373, b. 1811, d. 8 February 1886

Census Summary

1841??? Cottage, Bristol, GLS, ENG1
  • Occupation*: Patrick Auld was Vigneron.
  • Note: He Migrated to Adelaide 1842, publican and later wine and spirits merchant, Hindley Street 1842-46, wine and spirits merchant, trading from his property, Home Park, Magill 1846-49, in England 1849-52, wine and spirits merchant and planting the Auldana vineyard from 1852, sold to the South Auldana Vineyard Association Ltd 1862, with Auld as manager, continued at the vineyard when the company wound up 1865, opened London office 1871, in New Zealand 1881-86.
  • Occupation: He was spirit merchant on 6 June 1841.1
  • Census1841 (UK)*: He and Eliza McKinnell appeared on the 1841 English Census of at Bristol, in the County of GLS, at ??? Cottage, enumerated 6 June 1841, Their children Agnes, Georgiana and William Patrick were listed as living with them.1
  • Emigration*: Patrick Auld and Eliza McKinnell emigrated from London, ENG departing 9 December 1841, their child.
  • Immigration*: Patrick Auld and Eliza McKinnell immigrated on 6 April 1842 to Port Adelaide, SA, AUS, onboard the 'Fortitude' from London via Plymouth.
  • Note*: Patrick Auld planted Auldana Vineyard in 1852 at SA, AUS.
  • Newspaper*: He was mentioned in the The South Australian Advertiser on 11 February 1860:
    "Business Notices...
    AUSTRALIAN WINES.
    A few Samples of the above Wines, of Vintages 1855 and 1859, quality remarkably good, for sale at the Stores of the undersigned.
    stthq PATRICK AULD, Wine Grower.

    Professional and Trade Addresses...
    PATRICK AULD, WINE GROWER and WINE MERCHANT.
    Stores in Hindley-street, near Messrs. Cumming and Sons. stthq."2
  • Newspaper: He was mentioned in the The South Australian Advertiser on 23 August 1860:
    "Business Notices...
    SOUTH AUSTRALIAN WINES.-The highest price will be given by the undersigned for Wines made from grapes, having been sufficiently ripened and fermented without the stalks; and if grown on high lands, slopes, or hill sides, with lime-stone soil, and with northern and eastern aspect, the Wines will be greatly preferred, and of the follow-ing sorts respectively, viz.-Black Portugal, Shiraz, and Verdilho.
    Stores in Gilbert-place, King William-street, as lately occupied by Messrs. Lightfoot, Blundell, & Co.
    fmwxc PATRICK AULD."3
  • (Mentioned) Newspaper: Patrick was mentioned in the The Advertiser on 3 November 1938:
    "Death Of Mr. E. P. Auld
    After an illness lasting about eight months. Mr. Ernest Patrick Auld, of Tusmore avenue, Tusmore, manager of the Triton Insurance Company, died in a private hospital at Toorak yesterday.
    Mr. Auld, who was 68, was one of the founders and first president of the Kensington Cricket Club, secretary of the Royal Empire Society, and president for several years of the Dual Club (art, science and literature).
    Mr. Auld's father, Mr. W. P. Auld, accompanied John McDouall Stuart on his expeditions across Australia from Adelaide and back in 1861-62. Mr. Auld"s grandfather, Patrick Auld, who arrived in South Australia in 1842, planted the Auldana vineyard.
    Mr. Auld was born at Magill, and educated at Caterer's Commercial College and Prince Alfred College. Before he became manager of the Triton Insurance Company, he had served in the Survey Department, on the staff of the Bank of New South Wales, and later in the wine and spirit business. Mr. Auld's wife died several years ago. He has left a son, Michael, and three daughters, Misses Alison, Elizabeth and Eve Auld."4

Family: Eliza McKinnell b. c 1806, d. 8 Jul 1873

Citations

  1. [S168] 1841 population census for England (online image) "HO107/377/1 / 4 / page 2 / line number 1."
  2. [S469] Website Australian Newspapers (NLA) (http://newspapers.nla.gov.au/) "The South Australian Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1858-1889), Saturday 11 February 1860, page 1, Cite: http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article1202113."
  3. [S469] Website Australian Newspapers (NLA) (http://newspapers.nla.gov.au/) "The South Australian Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1858-1889), Thursday 23 August 1860, page 1, Cite: http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article823105."
  4. [S469] Website Australian Newspapers (NLA) (http://newspapers.nla.gov.au/) "Death Of Mr. E. P. Auld. (1938, November 3). The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1931 - 1954), p. 9. Retrieved January 25, 2013, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article36589330."
  5. [S369] Genealogy, South Australian Marriages 1842-1916, 1865 69/283.
  6. [S173] Genealogy, South Australian Births 1842-1906, 1843 Book 1 Page 32.
  7. [S172] Genealogy, South Australian Deaths 1842-1915, 1846 Book 1 Page 45.

William Patrick Auld1

M, #2374, b. from April 1840 to June 1840, d. 2 September 1912

Census Summary

1841??? Cottage, Bristol, GLS, ENG4
  • Note: William Patrick Auld Cadet, Surveyor-General's Department; accompanied J M Stuart (q.v.) on the expedition crossing Australia from south to north 1861-62; worked at Auldana; joined the Northern Territory expedition of B.T. Finniss 1864; succeeded his father, P. Auld (q.v.) as manager of Auldana; left the vineyard in 1888 when it was transferred to a mortgagee; established a wine and spirits business in Adelaide. President, South Australian Vignerons Association 1896.
  • (with Parents) Census1841 (UK): He appeared on the 1841 English Census of at Bristol, in the County of GLS, at ??? Cottage, enumerated 6 June 1841 in the household of his parents, Patrick Auld and Eliza McKinnell.4
  • Note: William Patrick Auld first came to the Territory with John McDouall Stuart Expedition in 1862 at NT, AUS.
  • Note: He came again with Boyle Finniss to Escape Cliffs in 1864 at NT, AUS.
  • Note*: He with Surgeon B Ninnis on HMS Beatrice, carried out initial exploration of the area to the west of the Adelaide River - to the Howard River, King Creek and Port Darwin in April 1865 at NT, AUS.
  • (Mentioned) Newspaper: William Patrick was mentioned in the South Australian Register on 24 August 1896:
    "MARRIAGES...
    AULD—WADE.—On the 11th August, at St. David's Church, Burnside, by the Rev. P. R. Pymar Dodd, Ernest Patrick Auld, youngest son of Wm. Patrick Auld, to Jemima, fourth daughter of Christopher Wade, of Beaumont."5
  • Newspaper*: William Patrick was mentioned in the The Advertiser on 3 September 1912:
    "DEATH OF MR. W. P. AULD.
    The death of Mr. W. P. Auld, which occurred on Monday morning at his residence, Knightsbridge, removed one of the most valuable citizens of the State. Not only did he help to set the founda- tions of a community, which in after years he was permitted to see rise to be one of the most flourishing in the Com- monwealth, but he also served his adopted country well by participating in the explo- ration of the northern portion of Aus- tralia under the leadership of the late Mr. J. McDouall Stuart. Mr. Auld was bom in England in 1840, and arrived in South Australia with his parents two years later. In 1849 Mr. P. Auld, sen., dis- posed of his wine and spirit business which he had established in Hindley-street, and returned to England, and Mr. W. P. Auld took up his studies at King's College. He returned to this State in 1853, and com- pleted his education at Mr. J. L. Young's academy. His father meanwhile had pur- chased a block of land from the Govern- ment, and laid out the Auldana vineyards, opening an office in Gilbert-place, where he conducted a substantial local business. Mr. P. Auld went to England again in 1871, and pioneered the sale of South Australian wines on the market there. His son began as a cadet in the office of the late Mr. G. W. Goyder. C.M.G., then Surveyor-General of South Australia, and became associated with survey work. He then joined the expedition of J. Mc- Douall Stuart, who twice previously had made unsuccessful attempts to cross the continent from south to north. The party left Adelaide on November 7, 1861, and on July 24, 1862, they planted the Union Jack on the beach of Van Diemen's Gulf. Mr. Auld was also a member of the party which left for the Northern Territory under the Hon. B. T. Finniss in 1864, and on returning to the city turned his attention to his father's business. He then married a daughter of the late Mr. W. S. Strawbridge. His father died early in 1886, and he subsequently decided to relinquish the vineyard. With his son's, Messrs. W. G. and E. P Auld, the firm of W. P. Auld & Sons Ltd., wine and spirit merchants, was established. Mr. Auld was appointed bv the Government to adjudi- cate upon South Australian wines at the Melbourne Exhibition. He was elected president of the South Australian Vigne- rons' Association in 1893, and for many years was a committeeman of the Royal Agricultural and Horticultural Society. Besides acting as judge at many shows held in the State, he was chairman of the wine committee of the society. In hunting circles he was widelv known, for he was associated with the Adelaide Hunt Club from its inception, and many years ago had a reputation as an amateur actor, his favorite character being Middlewick in "Our Boys." He had also been president of the Australian Natives' Association. His Excellency the Governor last week on behalf of the State Government, handed to Mr. W G. Auld a gold watch and chain for his father in recognition of Mr. W. P. Auld's services as a member of the McDouall Stuart expedition. The de- ceased gentleman leaves a widow and sister (Miss Auld), two sons (Messrs. W G. and E. P. Auld), and a daughter Mrs. E. E Cleland). The funeral takes place this afternoon."6
  • (Mentioned) Newspaper: William Patrick was mentioned in the The Advertiser on 3 November 1938:
    "Death Of Mr. E. P. Auld
    After an illness lasting about eight months. Mr. Ernest Patrick Auld, of Tusmore avenue, Tusmore, manager of the Triton Insurance Company, died in a private hospital at Toorak yesterday.
    Mr. Auld, who was 68, was one of the founders and first president of the Kensington Cricket Club, secretary of the Royal Empire Society, and president for several years of the Dual Club (art, science and literature).
    Mr. Auld's father, Mr. W. P. Auld, accompanied John McDouall Stuart on his expeditions across Australia from Adelaide and back in 1861-62. Mr. Auld"s grandfather, Patrick Auld, who arrived in South Australia in 1842, planted the Auldana vineyard.
    Mr. Auld was born at Magill, and educated at Caterer's Commercial College and Prince Alfred College. Before he became manager of the Triton Insurance Company, he had served in the Survey Department, on the staff of the Bank of New South Wales, and later in the wine and spirit business. Mr. Auld's wife died several years ago. He has left a son, Michael, and three daughters, Misses Alison, Elizabeth and Eve Auld."7

Family: Eliza Hartland Strawbridge

Citations

  1. [S369] Genealogy, South Australian Marriages 1842-1916, 1865 69/283.
  2. [S164] Website FreeBMD (UK) (http://www.freebmd.org.uk/) "1840 Birth Jun Qtr District Ashton &c Volume 20 Page 98."
  3. [S172] Genealogy, South Australian Deaths 1842-1915, 1912 Book 368 Page 249.
  4. [S168] 1841 population census for England (online image) "HO107/377/1 / 4 / page 2 / line number 1."
  5. [S469] Website Australian Newspapers (NLA) (http://newspapers.nla.gov.au/) "CORRESPONDENCE. (1896, August 24). South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900), p. 4. Retrieved January 25, 2013, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article54837116."
  6. [S469] Website Australian Newspapers (NLA) (http://newspapers.nla.gov.au/) "DEATH OF MR. W. P. AULD. (1912, September 3). The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931), p. 9. Retrieved January 25, 2013, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article5331464."
  7. [S469] Website Australian Newspapers (NLA) (http://newspapers.nla.gov.au/) "Death Of Mr. E. P. Auld. (1938, November 3). The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1931 - 1954), p. 9. Retrieved January 25, 2013, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article36589330."
  8. [S173] Genealogy, South Australian Births 1842-1906, 1867 Book 58 Page 499.
  9. [S173] Genealogy, South Australian Births 1842-1906, 1868 Book 69 Page 413.
  10. [S369] Genealogy, South Australian Marriages 1842-1916, 1893 176/473.
  11. [S173] Genealogy, South Australian Births 1842-1906, 1870 Book 81 Page 404.
  12. [S369] Genealogy, South Australian Marriages 1842-1916, 1896 188/448.
  13. [S173] Genealogy, South Australian Births 1842-1906, 1871 Book 99 Page 97.
  14. [S173] Genealogy, South Australian Births 1842-1906, 1872 Book 113 Page 365.

James Muir Auld

M, #2375, b. 1879, d. 8 June 1942
  • Note*: James Muir Auld son of the Rev. John Auld, a well-known Presbyterian minister, was born at Sydney in 1879. He studied under J. S. Watkins and Julian Ashton (q.v.), and began to exhibit at the Royal Art Society. He contributed black and white drawings to the Bulletin and the Sydney Mail, and going to London had work accepted for London Opinion and other journals. Returning to Australia he worked at Sydney on landscapes and figure subjects, and also did some portraits. His "The Broken Vase" was bought for the national gallery, Sydney, in 1917. He joined the Society of Artists about 1920 and frequently exhibited with it.
    Towards the end of his life he spent 11 years at Thirlmere, living practically alone. The surrounding landscape did not appear to be of an inspiring kind, but Auld's work at this period ranked with his best. He died on 8 June 1942 and was survived by a daughter. He was a sound painter in the old traditions, who would not allow himself to be disturbed by the various movements which arose between the two wars. He had good colour, and was especially interested in effects of atmosphere and sunlight, which he expressed with much vitality. He is represented in the Sydney, Adelaide, Brisbane and Manly galleries.
  • (Mentioned) Newspaper: James Muir was mentioned in the The Sydney Morning Herald on 15 August 1912:
    "DEATH OF REV. JOHN AULD.
    The death took place at Mosman yesterday of the Rev. John Auld, M.A., who was widely known in the State owing to his prominent connection with the Presbyterian Church. He was a native of Ayrshire, Scotland, and had reached his 70th birthday. In 1873 he took his M.A. degree at the Edinburgh University, and also received his license as a preacher for the Free Presbytery of Edinburgh. In the same year he married Miss Georgina Muir, of Kilmarnock, and set sail for New South Wales. Mr. Auld was the first of three ministers who were sent for by the Church Extension Committee of the Presbyterian Church in this State on the foundation of a provision made by the late Joseph Paxton. Shortly after his arrival, through his success as a preacher, he received competing calls from Wollongong and Dobroyde. He chose the latter, and settled in the charge in 1874. The district having been divided in two he chose the Ashfield portion, and removed to the Liverpool-road church, where he remained for 32 years-till 1906. Two years later he settled at Auburn, but after three years' service he became ill, and he retired to a home at Mosman, there to end his days. For many years he was clerk of the Sydney Presbytery, and in 1888 he was appointed Moderator, the highest office in bis Church. The family consists of Rev. J. H. S. Auld, M.A., of Muswellbrook; Mr. David T. Auld, of Scott, Henderson, and Co; Mr. Robert Auld, of J. J. Weeks, Ltd; Mr. J. Muir Auld, the well-known artist and Mrs. F. H, Greaves, wife of Mr. F. H. Greaves, a Sydney solicitor. Mrs. Auld also survives."5
  • (Mentioned) Newspaper: James Muir was mentioned in the The Sydney Morning Herald on 20 February 1923:
    "OBITUARY.
    MRS. GEORGINA AULD.
    The fuueral of Mrs Georgina Auld, widow of the late Rev J Auld, moved from St Stephens Church, Phillip-strcet, yesterday, to Rookwood Cemetery, after a service had been conducted by Revs. Alexander Clarke, J. C. McDonald, and John Macaulay.
    There were amongst those present the Rev. J. H. S. Auld, B.A., Messrs. David T., Robert, and J. Muir Auld (sons of the deceased), Mrs. F. H. Greaves, of Wollstonecraft (daughter), the Rev. John Ferguson, the Rev. A. Thain Anderson, the Rev. John Edwards, the Rev. A. Doig, the Rev. W. A. S. Anderson, Mesdames J. H. G. Auld, D. T. Auld, and Robert Auld (daughters-in-law), Messrs. Robert Auld and Alvah Auld (nephews), Mrs. Robert Auld (sister-in-law), and Dr. R. S. McKinnon."6
  • Electoral Roll*: He is listed on the electoral roll of 1930 in the State of NSW, Division of Warringah and Subdivision of Narrabeen. His address was Pacific Parade, Dee Why. His occupation is listed as artist.7
  • Electoral Roll: He is listed on the electoral roll of 1936 in the State of NSW, Division of Picton and Subdivision of Werriwa. His address was Thirlmere. His occupation is listed as artist.7
  • Note: He listing in Who’s Who in Australia "AULD, James Muir, Foundation Member Aus. Acad. of Art: son of late Rev. John Auld, M.A., Ashfield, Syd; b. June 19, 1897, Ashfield; ed. Ashfield sup. pub. sch. & Syd. Gram. Sch; landscape & portrait painter; represented in N.S.W., S.A. & Bris. Art Galleries; memb. Syd. Artists' Socy; m. July 1, 1914, Maggie Kate Kaul, d. Mrs M. Rochford; address, P.O., Thirlmere, N.S.W." in 1938.4
  • Note: He listing in Obituary section of Who’s Who in Australia "AULD, James Muir; June 8, 1942." in 1944.4

Citations

  1. [S169] Website NSW BDM (http://www.bdm.nsw.gov.au/) "1879/4448."
  2. [S375] Jan Dickson.
  3. [S169] Website NSW BDM (http://www.bdm.nsw.gov.au/) "1942/8130."
  4. [S152] Website Ancestry (http://www.ancestry.com/) "Ancestry.com. Who’s Who in Australia, 1921-1950 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2006."
  5. [S469] Website Australian Newspapers (NLA) (http://newspapers.nla.gov.au/) "DEATH OF REV. JOHN AULD. (1912, August 15). The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), p. 5. Retrieved October 23, 2012, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article15347990."
  6. [S469] Website Australian Newspapers (NLA) (http://newspapers.nla.gov.au/) "OBITUARY. (1923, February 20). The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), p. 10. Retrieved October 23, 2012, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article16045572."
  7. [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."

Reverend John Auld M.A.

M, #2377, b. 12 April 1842, d. 14 May 1912
  • Education*: Reverend John Auld M.A. was educated on 30 March 1851; scholar.4
  • (with Parents) Census1851 (SCT): He appeared on the 1851 Scottish Census of at Kilmarnock, in the County of AYR, at West Langlands St Taylor Land, enumerated 30 March 1851 in the household of his parents, John Auld and Janet Thomson.4
  • Occupation*: Reverend John Auld M.A. was enginer locomotive on 7 April 1861.5
  • (with Parents) Census1861 (SCT): He appeared on the 1861 Scottish Census of at Kilmarnock, in the County of AYR, at 9 Langlands St, enumerated 7 April 1861 in the household of his parents, John Auld and Janet Thomson.5
  • Education: Reverend John Auld M.A. was educated in 1873; University of Edinburgh MA.2
  • Residence*: He lived on 18 August 1873 at Langlands St, Kilmarnock, AYR, SCT.3
  • Immigration*: He and Georgina Muir immigrated on 1 December 1873 to Sydney, NSW, AUS, onboard the "Christina Thompson" as passengers in saloon.6,2
  • Note: Reverend John Auld M.A. minister between 1874 and 1875 at St Davids, Ashfield, NSW, AUS.2
  • Note*: He appointed as the first Minister of the Ashfield Presbyterian Church on 10 April 1876 at Ashfield Presbyterian Church, Ashfield, NSW, AUS.7
  • Note: He Minister of the Ashfield Presbyterian Church between 10 April 1876 and 31 March 1906 at Ashfield Presbyterian Church, Liverpool Road, Ashfield, NSW, AUS.7,2
  • Note: He moderator of the NSW Presbyterian Church in 1888.2
  • Note: He minister between 27 February 1908 and 31 March 1913 at Auburn, NSW, AUS.2
  • Newspaper*: John was mentioned in the Sydney Morning Herald on 13 December 1911:
    "PRESBYTERY OF SYDNEY.
    At St. Stephen's Church last evening was held the monthly meeting of the Presbytery of Sydney, the Moderator, the Rev. M. Smith, presiding. Reference was made to the ill- ness of the Rev. John Auld, and the sympathy of the presbytery was extended to the family of the minister.
    The Moderator of the State General Assembly, the Rev. Robert Kay, M.A., attended, and was welcomed by the presbytery. It was announced that a call had been made to the Rev. R. Cranston, of Cowra, for the congregation of Balmain.
    As a result of a commission of inquiry into the Dumbleton Mission, the presbytery decided that the mission should be placed under the control of the Kogarah session instead of the Hurstville session.
    The resignation of Mr. John Candlish, hon. treasurer of the presbytery, was accepted with regret on the motion of the Rev. John Edwards, and a vote of thanks was accorded the retiring treasurer for his long and effi-cient service. On the motion of the Rev. C. H. Talbot, Mr. G. A. Clifton, of Bexley, was elected in his stead."8
  • Newspaper: John was mentioned in the The Sydney Morning Herald on 15 August 1912:
    "DEATH OF REV. JOHN AULD.
    The death took place at Mosman yesterday of the Rev. John Auld, M.A., who was widely known in the State owing to his prominent connection with the Presbyterian Church. He was a native of Ayrshire, Scotland, and had reached his 70th birthday. In 1873 he took his M.A. degree at the Edinburgh University, and also received his license as a preacher for the Free Presbytery of Edinburgh. In the same year he married Miss Georgina Muir, of Kilmarnock, and set sail for New South Wales. Mr. Auld was the first of three ministers who were sent for by the Church Extension Committee of the Presbyterian Church in this State on the foundation of a provision made by the late Joseph Paxton. Shortly after his arrival, through his success as a preacher, he received competing calls from Wollongong and Dobroyde. He chose the latter, and settled in the charge in 1874. The district having been divided in two he chose the Ashfield portion, and removed to the Liverpool-road church, where he remained for 32 years-till 1906. Two years later he settled at Auburn, but after three years' service he became ill, and he retired to a home at Mosman, there to end his days. For many years he was clerk of the Sydney Presbytery, and in 1888 he was appointed Moderator, the highest office in bis Church. The family consists of Rev. J. H. S. Auld, M.A., of Muswellbrook; Mr. David T. Auld, of Scott, Henderson, and Co; Mr. Robert Auld, of J. J. Weeks, Ltd; Mr. J. Muir Auld, the well-known artist and Mrs. F. H, Greaves, wife of Mr. F. H. Greaves, a Sydney solicitor. Mrs. Auld also survives."9
  • (Mentioned) Newspaper: John was mentioned in the The Sydney Morning Herald on 19 February 1923:
    "DEATHS.
    AULD. - February 17 1923, at the residence of her son, Rev. J. H. G. Auld, B.A., The Manse, Nowra, Georgina, relict of the late Rev. John Auld, M.A., aged 79 years."10
  • (Mentioned) Newspaper: John was mentioned in the The Sydney Morning Herald on 20 February 1923:
    "OBITUARY.
    MRS. GEORGINA AULD.
    The fuueral of Mrs Georgina Auld, widow of the late Rev J Auld, moved from St Stephens Church, Phillip-strcet, yesterday, to Rookwood Cemetery, after a service had been conducted by Revs. Alexander Clarke, J. C. McDonald, and John Macaulay.
    There were amongst those present the Rev. J. H. S. Auld, B.A., Messrs. David T., Robert, and J. Muir Auld (sons of the deceased), Mrs. F. H. Greaves, of Wollstonecraft (daughter), the Rev. John Ferguson, the Rev. A. Thain Anderson, the Rev. John Edwards, the Rev. A. Doig, the Rev. W. A. S. Anderson, Mesdames J. H. G. Auld, D. T. Auld, and Robert Auld (daughters-in-law), Messrs. Robert Auld and Alvah Auld (nephews), Mrs. Robert Auld (sister-in-law), and Dr. R. S. McKinnon."11

Family: Georgina Muir b. 1844, d. 17 Feb 1923

Citations

  1. [S151] International Genealogical Index (IGI).
  2. [S362] Paul Cooper (Minister), "Email message from Paul Cooper," e-mail to Jonathan Auld, 2007.
  3. [S375] Jan Dickson.
  4. [S152] Website Ancestry (http://www.ancestry.com/) "Parish: Kilmarnock; ED: 9; Line: 10; Year: 1851."
  5. [S152] Website Ancestry (http://www.ancestry.com/) "Parish: Kilmarnock; ED: 9; Line: 8; Year: 1861."
  6. [S363] Website Mariners and Ships in Australian Waters (http://mariners.records.nsw.gov.au/) "CHRISTIANA THOMPSON of ABERDEEN, ROBERT MURRAY, Master, Burthen 1079 Tons
    from the port of LONDON to SYDNEY, NEW SOUTH WALES, 1st December 1873 http://mariners.records.nsw.gov.au/1873/12/008chr.htm - Source: State Records Authority of New South Wales: Shipping Master's Office; CGS 13278, Passengers Arriving 1855 - 1922; X129-130, SR Reel 429, 1873. Transcribed by Mary-Anne Warner, September, 1999."
  7. [S364] Website Ashfield Presbyterian Church (http://www.ashfieldpresbyterian.org.au/).
  8. [S469] Website Australian Newspapers (NLA) (http://newspapers.nla.gov.au/) "The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842-1954), Wednesday 13 December 1911, page 8; Cite: http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article15295994."
  9. [S469] Website Australian Newspapers (NLA) (http://newspapers.nla.gov.au/) "DEATH OF REV. JOHN AULD. (1912, August 15). The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), p. 5. Retrieved October 23, 2012, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article15347990."
  10. [S469] Website Australian Newspapers (NLA) (http://newspapers.nla.gov.au/) "Family Notices. (1923, February 19). The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), p. 8. Retrieved October 23, 2012, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article16035855."
  11. [S469] Website Australian Newspapers (NLA) (http://newspapers.nla.gov.au/) "OBITUARY. (1923, February 20). The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), p. 10. Retrieved October 23, 2012, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article16045572."

Georgina Muir1

F, #2378, b. 1844, d. 17 February 1923
  • Residence*: Georgina Muir lived on 18 August 1873 at Langlands Brae, Kilmarnock, AYR, SCT.2
  • Married Name: As of 18 August 1873,her married name was Auld.1
  • Immigration: She and Reverend John Auld M.A. immigrated on 1 December 1873 to Sydney, NSW, AUS, onboard the "Christina Thompson" as passengers in saloon.5,3
  • (Mentioned) Newspaper: Georgina was mentioned in the The Sydney Morning Herald on 15 August 1912:
    "DEATH OF REV. JOHN AULD.
    The death took place at Mosman yesterday of the Rev. John Auld, M.A., who was widely known in the State owing to his prominent connection with the Presbyterian Church. He was a native of Ayrshire, Scotland, and had reached his 70th birthday. In 1873 he took his M.A. degree at the Edinburgh University, and also received his license as a preacher for the Free Presbytery of Edinburgh. In the same year he married Miss Georgina Muir, of Kilmarnock, and set sail for New South Wales. Mr. Auld was the first of three ministers who were sent for by the Church Extension Committee of the Presbyterian Church in this State on the foundation of a provision made by the late Joseph Paxton. Shortly after his arrival, through his success as a preacher, he received competing calls from Wollongong and Dobroyde. He chose the latter, and settled in the charge in 1874. The district having been divided in two he chose the Ashfield portion, and removed to the Liverpool-road church, where he remained for 32 years-till 1906. Two years later he settled at Auburn, but after three years' service he became ill, and he retired to a home at Mosman, there to end his days. For many years he was clerk of the Sydney Presbytery, and in 1888 he was appointed Moderator, the highest office in bis Church. The family consists of Rev. J. H. S. Auld, M.A., of Muswellbrook; Mr. David T. Auld, of Scott, Henderson, and Co; Mr. Robert Auld, of J. J. Weeks, Ltd; Mr. J. Muir Auld, the well-known artist and Mrs. F. H, Greaves, wife of Mr. F. H. Greaves, a Sydney solicitor. Mrs. Auld also survives."6
  • Newspaper: She was mentioned in the The Sydney Morning Herald on 19 February 1923, the piece also mentioned Reverend John Auld M.A. and John Hay Goodlet Auld:
    "DEATHS.
    AULD. - February 17 1923, at the residence of her son, Rev. J. H. G. Auld, B.A., The Manse, Nowra, Georgina, relict of the late Rev. John Auld, M.A., aged 79 years."4
  • Newspaper*: Georgina Auld was mentioned in the The Sydney Morning Herald on 20 February 1923, the piece also mentioned Reverend John Auld M.A., John Hay Goodlet Auld, David Thomson Auld, James Muir Auld, Janet Emily Greaves, Annie Kathleen Auld, Jessie Auld, Alva Muir Auld and Catherine Auld:
    "OBITUARY.
    MRS. GEORGINA AULD.
    The fuueral of Mrs Georgina Auld, widow of the late Rev J Auld, moved from St Stephens Church, Phillip-strcet, yesterday, to Rookwood Cemetery, after a service had been conducted by Revs. Alexander Clarke, J. C. McDonald, and John Macaulay.
    There were amongst those present the Rev. J. H. S. Auld, B.A., Messrs. David T., Robert, and J. Muir Auld (sons of the deceased), Mrs. F. H. Greaves, of Wollstonecraft (daughter), the Rev. John Ferguson, the Rev. A. Thain Anderson, the Rev. John Edwards, the Rev. A. Doig, the Rev. W. A. S. Anderson, Mesdames J. H. G. Auld, D. T. Auld, and Robert Auld (daughters-in-law), Messrs. Robert Auld and Alvah Auld (nephews), Mrs. Robert Auld (sister-in-law), and Dr. R. S. McKinnon."7

Family: Reverend John Auld M.A. b. 12 Apr 1842, d. 14 May 1912

Citations

  1. [S151] International Genealogical Index (IGI).
  2. [S375] Jan Dickson.
  3. [S362] Paul Cooper (Minister), "Email message from Paul Cooper," e-mail to Jonathan Auld, 2007.
  4. [S469] Website Australian Newspapers (NLA) (http://newspapers.nla.gov.au/) "Family Notices. (1923, February 19). The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), p. 8. Retrieved October 23, 2012, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article16035855."
  5. [S363] Website Mariners and Ships in Australian Waters (http://mariners.records.nsw.gov.au/) "CHRISTIANA THOMPSON of ABERDEEN, ROBERT MURRAY, Master, Burthen 1079 Tons
    from the port of LONDON to SYDNEY, NEW SOUTH WALES, 1st December 1873 http://mariners.records.nsw.gov.au/1873/12/008chr.htm - Source: State Records Authority of New South Wales: Shipping Master's Office; CGS 13278, Passengers Arriving 1855 - 1922; X129-130, SR Reel 429, 1873. Transcribed by Mary-Anne Warner, September, 1999."
  6. [S469] Website Australian Newspapers (NLA) (http://newspapers.nla.gov.au/) "DEATH OF REV. JOHN AULD. (1912, August 15). The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), p. 5. Retrieved October 23, 2012, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article15347990."
  7. [S469] Website Australian Newspapers (NLA) (http://newspapers.nla.gov.au/) "OBITUARY. (1923, February 20). The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), p. 10. Retrieved October 23, 2012, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article16045572."

Robert Auld

M, #2379, b. circa 1877, d. circa 1956
  • (Mentioned) Newspaper: Robert was mentioned in the The Sydney Morning Herald on 15 August 1912:
    "DEATH OF REV. JOHN AULD.
    The death took place at Mosman yesterday of the Rev. John Auld, M.A., who was widely known in the State owing to his prominent connection with the Presbyterian Church. He was a native of Ayrshire, Scotland, and had reached his 70th birthday. In 1873 he took his M.A. degree at the Edinburgh University, and also received his license as a preacher for the Free Presbytery of Edinburgh. In the same year he married Miss Georgina Muir, of Kilmarnock, and set sail for New South Wales. Mr. Auld was the first of three ministers who were sent for by the Church Extension Committee of the Presbyterian Church in this State on the foundation of a provision made by the late Joseph Paxton. Shortly after his arrival, through his success as a preacher, he received competing calls from Wollongong and Dobroyde. He chose the latter, and settled in the charge in 1874. The district having been divided in two he chose the Ashfield portion, and removed to the Liverpool-road church, where he remained for 32 years-till 1906. Two years later he settled at Auburn, but after three years' service he became ill, and he retired to a home at Mosman, there to end his days. For many years he was clerk of the Sydney Presbytery, and in 1888 he was appointed Moderator, the highest office in bis Church. The family consists of Rev. J. H. S. Auld, M.A., of Muswellbrook; Mr. David T. Auld, of Scott, Henderson, and Co; Mr. Robert Auld, of J. J. Weeks, Ltd; Mr. J. Muir Auld, the well-known artist and Mrs. F. H, Greaves, wife of Mr. F. H. Greaves, a Sydney solicitor. Mrs. Auld also survives."4

Citations

  1. [S169] Website NSW BDM (http://www.bdm.nsw.gov.au/) "1877/3964."
  2. [S375] Jan Dickson.
  3. [S169] Website NSW BDM (http://www.bdm.nsw.gov.au/) "1956/29759."
  4. [S469] Website Australian Newspapers (NLA) (http://newspapers.nla.gov.au/) "DEATH OF REV. JOHN AULD. (1912, August 15). The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), p. 5. Retrieved October 23, 2012, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article15347990."

John Hay Goodlet Auld

M, #2380, b. 22 August 1874, d. 8 March 1964
  • Note*: John Hay Goodlet Auld minister.2
  • (Mentioned) Newspaper: John Hay Goodlet was mentioned in the The Sydney Morning Herald on 15 August 1912:
    "DEATH OF REV. JOHN AULD.
    The death took place at Mosman yesterday of the Rev. John Auld, M.A., who was widely known in the State owing to his prominent connection with the Presbyterian Church. He was a native of Ayrshire, Scotland, and had reached his 70th birthday. In 1873 he took his M.A. degree at the Edinburgh University, and also received his license as a preacher for the Free Presbytery of Edinburgh. In the same year he married Miss Georgina Muir, of Kilmarnock, and set sail for New South Wales. Mr. Auld was the first of three ministers who were sent for by the Church Extension Committee of the Presbyterian Church in this State on the foundation of a provision made by the late Joseph Paxton. Shortly after his arrival, through his success as a preacher, he received competing calls from Wollongong and Dobroyde. He chose the latter, and settled in the charge in 1874. The district having been divided in two he chose the Ashfield portion, and removed to the Liverpool-road church, where he remained for 32 years-till 1906. Two years later he settled at Auburn, but after three years' service he became ill, and he retired to a home at Mosman, there to end his days. For many years he was clerk of the Sydney Presbytery, and in 1888 he was appointed Moderator, the highest office in bis Church. The family consists of Rev. J. H. S. Auld, M.A., of Muswellbrook; Mr. David T. Auld, of Scott, Henderson, and Co; Mr. Robert Auld, of J. J. Weeks, Ltd; Mr. J. Muir Auld, the well-known artist and Mrs. F. H, Greaves, wife of Mr. F. H. Greaves, a Sydney solicitor. Mrs. Auld also survives."7
  • Residence*: He lived on 17 February 1923 at The Manse, Nowra, NSW, AUS.8
  • (Mentioned) Newspaper: John Hay Goodlet was mentioned in the The Sydney Morning Herald on 19 February 1923:
    "DEATHS.
    AULD. - February 17 1923, at the residence of her son, Rev. J. H. G. Auld, B.A., The Manse, Nowra, Georgina, relict of the late Rev. John Auld, M.A., aged 79 years."8
  • (Mentioned) Newspaper: John Hay Goodlet was mentioned in the The Sydney Morning Herald on 20 February 1923:
    "OBITUARY.
    MRS. GEORGINA AULD.
    The fuueral of Mrs Georgina Auld, widow of the late Rev J Auld, moved from St Stephens Church, Phillip-strcet, yesterday, to Rookwood Cemetery, after a service had been conducted by Revs. Alexander Clarke, J. C. McDonald, and John Macaulay.
    There were amongst those present the Rev. J. H. S. Auld, B.A., Messrs. David T., Robert, and J. Muir Auld (sons of the deceased), Mrs. F. H. Greaves, of Wollstonecraft (daughter), the Rev. John Ferguson, the Rev. A. Thain Anderson, the Rev. John Edwards, the Rev. A. Doig, the Rev. W. A. S. Anderson, Mesdames J. H. G. Auld, D. T. Auld, and Robert Auld (daughters-in-law), Messrs. Robert Auld and Alvah Auld (nephews), Mrs. Robert Auld (sister-in-law), and Dr. R. S. McKinnon."9
  • Electoral Roll*: He is listed on the electoral roll of 1930 in the State of NSW, Division of Eden Monaro and Subdivision of Nowra. His address was The Manse, Kinghorn Street. His occupation is listed as clergyman.4
  • Electoral Roll: He is listed on the electoral roll of 1936 in the State of NSW, Division of Eden Monaro and Subdivision of Nowra. His address was The Manse, 3 Kinghorn Street. His occupation is listed as clergyman.4

Family: Annie Kathleen Shaw b. c 1894, d. 1 Apr 1947

Citations

  1. [S169] Website NSW BDM (http://www.bdm.nsw.gov.au/) "1874/3618."
  2. [S362] Paul Cooper (Minister), "Email message from Paul Cooper," e-mail to Jonathan Auld, 2007.
  3. [S375] Jan Dickson.
  4. [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."
  5. [S169] Website NSW BDM (http://www.bdm.nsw.gov.au/) "15258/1920."
  6. [S169] Website NSW BDM (http://www.bdm.nsw.gov.au/) "1964/10826."
  7. [S469] Website Australian Newspapers (NLA) (http://newspapers.nla.gov.au/) "DEATH OF REV. JOHN AULD. (1912, August 15). The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), p. 5. Retrieved October 23, 2012, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article15347990."
  8. [S469] Website Australian Newspapers (NLA) (http://newspapers.nla.gov.au/) "Family Notices. (1923, February 19). The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), p. 8. Retrieved October 23, 2012, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article16035855."
  9. [S469] Website Australian Newspapers (NLA) (http://newspapers.nla.gov.au/) "OBITUARY. (1923, February 20). The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), p. 10. Retrieved October 23, 2012, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article16045572."

David Thomson Auld

M, #2381, b. circa 1875, d. circa 1941
  • (Mentioned) Newspaper: David Thomson was mentioned in the The Sydney Morning Herald on 15 August 1912:
    "DEATH OF REV. JOHN AULD.
    The death took place at Mosman yesterday of the Rev. John Auld, M.A., who was widely known in the State owing to his prominent connection with the Presbyterian Church. He was a native of Ayrshire, Scotland, and had reached his 70th birthday. In 1873 he took his M.A. degree at the Edinburgh University, and also received his license as a preacher for the Free Presbytery of Edinburgh. In the same year he married Miss Georgina Muir, of Kilmarnock, and set sail for New South Wales. Mr. Auld was the first of three ministers who were sent for by the Church Extension Committee of the Presbyterian Church in this State on the foundation of a provision made by the late Joseph Paxton. Shortly after his arrival, through his success as a preacher, he received competing calls from Wollongong and Dobroyde. He chose the latter, and settled in the charge in 1874. The district having been divided in two he chose the Ashfield portion, and removed to the Liverpool-road church, where he remained for 32 years-till 1906. Two years later he settled at Auburn, but after three years' service he became ill, and he retired to a home at Mosman, there to end his days. For many years he was clerk of the Sydney Presbytery, and in 1888 he was appointed Moderator, the highest office in bis Church. The family consists of Rev. J. H. S. Auld, M.A., of Muswellbrook; Mr. David T. Auld, of Scott, Henderson, and Co; Mr. Robert Auld, of J. J. Weeks, Ltd; Mr. J. Muir Auld, the well-known artist and Mrs. F. H, Greaves, wife of Mr. F. H. Greaves, a Sydney solicitor. Mrs. Auld also survives."5
  • (Mentioned) Newspaper: David Thomson was mentioned in the The Sydney Morning Herald on 20 February 1923:
    "OBITUARY.
    MRS. GEORGINA AULD.
    The fuueral of Mrs Georgina Auld, widow of the late Rev J Auld, moved from St Stephens Church, Phillip-strcet, yesterday, to Rookwood Cemetery, after a service had been conducted by Revs. Alexander Clarke, J. C. McDonald, and John Macaulay.
    There were amongst those present the Rev. J. H. S. Auld, B.A., Messrs. David T., Robert, and J. Muir Auld (sons of the deceased), Mrs. F. H. Greaves, of Wollstonecraft (daughter), the Rev. John Ferguson, the Rev. A. Thain Anderson, the Rev. John Edwards, the Rev. A. Doig, the Rev. W. A. S. Anderson, Mesdames J. H. G. Auld, D. T. Auld, and Robert Auld (daughters-in-law), Messrs. Robert Auld and Alvah Auld (nephews), Mrs. Robert Auld (sister-in-law), and Dr. R. S. McKinnon."6
  • Electoral Roll*: He is listed on the electoral roll of 1936 in the State of NSW, Division of Warringah and Subdivision of Neutral Bay. His address was 8 Winnie Street. His occupation is listed as labourer.7

Family: Jessie Robson d. c 1945

Citations

  1. [S169] Website NSW BDM (http://www.bdm.nsw.gov.au/) "1875/3675."
  2. [S375] Jan Dickson.
  3. [S169] Website NSW BDM (http://www.bdm.nsw.gov.au/) "1910/1578."
  4. [S169] Website NSW BDM (http://www.bdm.nsw.gov.au/) "1941/27380."
  5. [S469] Website Australian Newspapers (NLA) (http://newspapers.nla.gov.au/) "DEATH OF REV. JOHN AULD. (1912, August 15). The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), p. 5. Retrieved October 23, 2012, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article15347990."
  6. [S469] Website Australian Newspapers (NLA) (http://newspapers.nla.gov.au/) "OBITUARY. (1923, February 20). The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), p. 10. Retrieved October 23, 2012, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article16045572."
  7. [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."