Elizabeth Miller Auld

F, #2382, b. circa 1881, d. circa 1882
  • Name Variation: As of 1882, Elizabeth Miller Auld was also known as Bessie M Auld.3

Citations

  1. [S169] Website NSW BDM (http://www.bdm.nsw.gov.au/) "1881/4738."
  2. [S375] Jan Dickson.
  3. [S169] Website NSW BDM (http://www.bdm.nsw.gov.au/) "1882/2916."

Janet Emily Auld

F, #2383, b. circa 1883, d. 19 April 1971
  • Married Name: As of circa 1908,her married name was Greaves.3
  • (Mentioned) Newspaper: Janet Emily 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: Janet Emily 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

Family: Frederick H Greaves

Citations

  1. [S169] Website NSW BDM (http://www.bdm.nsw.gov.au/) "1883/5151."
  2. [S375] Jan Dickson.
  3. [S169] Website NSW BDM (http://www.bdm.nsw.gov.au/) "1908/7215."
  4. [S169] Website NSW BDM (http://www.bdm.nsw.gov.au/) "1971/48537."
  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."

Jessie Robson

F, #2384, d. circa 1945
  • Married Name: As of circa 1910,her married name was Auld.
  • (Mentioned) Newspaper: Jessie 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."4
  • Electoral Roll*: She is listed on the electoral roll of 1936 in the State of NSW, Division of Warringah and Subdivision of Neutral Bay. Her address was 8 Winnie Street. Her occupation is listed as home duties.5

Family: David Thomson Auld b. c 1875, d. c 1941

Citations

  1. [S169] Website NSW BDM (http://www.bdm.nsw.gov.au/) "1910/1578."
  2. [S375] Jan Dickson.
  3. [S169] Website NSW BDM (http://www.bdm.nsw.gov.au/) "1964/10826."
  4. [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."
  5. [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."

James Robson

M, #2385

Family: Rebecca (?)

Rebecca (?)

F, #2386
  • Married Name: Her married name was Robson.

Family: James Robson

Frederick H Greaves

M, #2387
  • (Mentioned) Newspaper: Frederick H 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."3

Family: Janet Emily Auld b. c 1883, d. 19 Apr 1971

Citations

  1. [S169] Website NSW BDM (http://www.bdm.nsw.gov.au/) "1908/7215."
  2. [S375] Jan Dickson.
  3. [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."

Alexander Robert Auld

M, #2388, b. circa 1886
  • (with Parents) Census1891 (UK): Alexander Robert Auld appeared on the 1891 English Census of at London, in the County of LND, at 38 Rubert Road, enumerated 5 April 1891 in the household of his parents, Alston Auld and Ann Brodie.1
  • Education*: Alexander Robert Auld was educated on 5 April 1891; scholar.1
  • (with Parents) Census1901 (UK): He appeared on the 1901 English Census of Islington, in the County of LND, at No 19 Hatchard Road, enumerated 31 March 1901 in the household of his parents, Alston Auld and Ann Brodie.2

Citations

  1. [S165] 1891 population census for England (online image) "RG12/143 / 16 / 56 / page 36 / schedule 225."
  2. [S166] 1901 population census for England (online image) "RG13/160 / 13 / 58 / page 42 / schedule 311."

Agnes Auld

F, #2389, b. circa 1882
  • Note*: Agnes Auld Marriages Jun 1901
    
    Auld Agnes Elizabeth W Islington 1b 750 BAILEY Stephen Valentine Islington 1b 750 BRUCE Emily Islington 1b 750 Karsten Arthur Albert Islington 1b 750.
  • (with Parents) Census1891 (UK): She appeared on the 1891 English Census of at London, in the County of LND, at 38 Rubert Road, enumerated 5 April 1891 in the household of her parents, Alston Auld and Ann Brodie.1
  • Education*: Agnes Auld was educated on 5 April 1891; scholar.1

Citations

  1. [S165] 1891 population census for England (online image) "RG12/143 / 16 / 56 / page 36 / schedule 225."

Thomas Wilkins

M, #2390, b. circa 1764, d. 24 April 1824

Family: Charlotte Webster b. 23 May 1763, d. 26 Apr 1842

Charlotte Webster

F, #2391, b. 23 May 1763, d. 26 April 1842
  • Married Name: As of 15 January 1795,her married name was Wilkins.

Family: Thomas Wilkins b. c 1764, d. 24 Apr 1824

Edward John Wilkins

M, #2392, b. 16 July 1796, d. 18 July 1876

Family: Mary Leir b. 28 Jun 1799, d. 14 Mar 1880

Mary Leir

F, #2393, b. 28 June 1799, d. 14 March 1880
  • Married Name: As of 24 July 1833,her married name was Wilkins.

Family: Edward John Wilkins b. 16 Jul 1796, d. 18 Jul 1876

Jane Maria Wilkins

F, #2394, b. circa 1800, d. circa 1871
  • Married Name: Her married name was Fowell.

Family: Edward Fowell b. c 1797, d. c 1846

Edward Fowell

M, #2395, b. circa 1797, d. circa 1846

Family: Jane Maria Wilkins b. c 1800, d. c 1871

Nathanael George Wilkins

M, #2396, b. circa 1803, d. circa 1832

Family: Elizabeth Luxmore b. c 1803

Elizabeth Luxmore

F, #2397, b. circa 1803
  • Married Name: Her married name was Wilkins.

Family: Nathanael George Wilkins b. c 1803, d. c 1832

Mary Wybalene Nicholls

F, #2398
  • Married Name: Her married name was Wilmore.

John Webster

M, #2407

Family: Elizabeth Dexter

Elizabeth Dexter

F, #2408
  • Married Name: Her married name was Webster.

Family: John Webster

James Wilkins

M, #2409

Family:

Thomas Leir

M, #2410

Family: Jane Jekyll

Jane Jekyll

F, #2411
  • Married Name: Her married name was Leir.

Family: Thomas Leir

Margaret Hanson

F, #2412, b. 10 August 1932, d. 20 April 1985
  • Married Name: As of between 1950 and 1954,her married name was Armitage.
  • Immigration*: Margaret Hanson immigrated between 1955 and 1960 to AUS.
  • Married Name: As of between 1956 and 1960,her married name was Miller.
  • Married Name: As of 14 October 1978,her married name was James.

Family: Albert John Charles Miller b. c 1915, d. 20 Jan 1972

Dr William Tasker Lundie1,2

M, #2416, b. 17 February 1855, d. 28 January 1899
  • Education*: Dr William Tasker Lundie was educated on 7 April 1861; Scholar.12
  • (with Parents) Census1861 (SCT): He appeared on the 1861 Scottish Census of at Auchterarder, in the County of PER, enumerated 7 April 1861 in the household of his parents, William Hannah Lundie and Mary Tasker.12
  • Occupation: Dr William Tasker Lundie was Pupil Teacher on 2 April 1871.13
  • (with Parents) Census1871 (SCT): He appeared on the 1871 Scottish Census of at Auchterarder, in the County of PER, at Main Street, enumerated 2 April 1871 in the household of his parents, William Hannah Lundie and Mary Tasker.13
  • Census1881 (SCT)*: Dr William Tasker Lundie appeared on the 1881 Scottish Census of at Edinburgh, in the County of MLN, at 4 ( 2 Flat, enumerated 3 April 1881, Boarder.14
  • Occupation: He was Student Of Arts E.U on 3 April 1881.14
  • Occupation: He was Medical Registered General Practioner on 5 April 1891.7,8
  • Name Variation: As of 5 April 1891, Dr William Tasker Lundie was also known as William Lunda.7,8
  • Census1891 (SCT)*: He appeared on the 1891 Scottish Census of at Edinburgh, in the County of MLN, at No 3 Glengyle Ter, enumerated 5 April 1891. His mother William Hannah and Mary is also listed in the household.8,7
  • Occupation*: Dr William Tasker Lundie was Doctor of Medicine on 14 August 1895.3,9,2
  • Occupation: He was Surgeon on 6 May 1896.10
  • (Informant) Birth: He was the informant for the birth of Dorothy Jane Lundie on 6 May 1896 at 3 Glengyle Terrace, Edinburgh, MLN, SCT.10
  • Occupation: Dr William Tasker Lundie was Physician on 3 June 1897.11
  • (Informant) Birth: He was the informant for the birth of Evelyn Mary Tasker Lundie on 3 June 1897 at 3 Glengyle Terrace, Edinburgh, MLN, SCT.11
  • Residence*: Dr William Tasker Lundie lived on 28 January 1899 at 3 Glengyle Terrace, Edinburgh, MLN, SCT.2

Family: Elizabeth Lawson Auld b. 31 May 1867

Citations

  1. [S184] Online image of Scottish Statutory Marriage certificate for William Tasker Lundie and Elizabeth Lawson Auld, 14th August 1895 "Doctor of Medicine."
  2. [S381] Online image of Scottish Statutory Death certificate for William Tasker Lundie, 28/01/1899.
  3. [S184] Online image of Scottish Statutory Marriage certificate for William Tasker Lundie and Elizabeth Lawson Auld, 14th August 1895.
  4. [S151] International Genealogical Index (IGI).
  5. [S334] Online image of Scottish Statutory Birth certificate for William Lundie, 17/2/1855.
  6. [S184] Online image of Scottish Statutory Marriage certificate for William Tasker Lundie and Elizabeth Lawson Auld, 14th August 1895 "lilsted as 40 years old."
  7. [S152] Website Ancestry (http://www.ancestry.com/) "Parish: Edinburgh St Cuthberts; ED: 83; Line: 9; Year: 1891."
  8. [S28] 1891 population census for Scotland (online transcription) "Census 1891 685/04 083/04 002."
  9. [S331] Online image of Scottish Statutory Birth certificate for Edith Catherine Lundie, 28/9/1898.
  10. [S332] Online image of Scottish Statutory Birth certificate for Dorothy Jane Lundie, 6/5/1896.
  11. [S333] Online image of Scottish Statutory Birth certificate for Evelyn Mary Tasker Lundie, 3/6/1897.
  12. [S152] Website Ancestry (http://www.ancestry.com/) "Parish: Auchterarder; ED: 7; Line: 21; Year: 1861."
  13. [S152] Website Ancestry (http://www.ancestry.com/) "Parish: Auchterarder; ED: 8; Line: 5; Year: 1871."
  14. [S152] Website Ancestry (http://www.ancestry.com/) "Parish: Edinburgh St Giles; ED: 76; Line: 24; Year: 1881."

Mary Tasker1

F, #2417, b. circa 1826
  • Married Name: As of 9 February 1849,her married name was Lundie.1
  • Census1851 (SCT)*: Mary Tasker and William Hannah Lundie appeared on the 1851 Scottish Census of at Coupar Angus, in the County of PER, at High Street, enumerated 30 March 1851, Their son John was listed as living with them.4
  • Census1861 (SCT)*: Mary Tasker and William Hannah Lundie appeared on the 1861 Scottish Census of at Auchterarder, in the County of PER, enumerated 7 April 1861, their children John, Helen, William Tasker, James, Marshall and Catherine Pringle were listed as living with them.5
  • Census1871 (SCT): Mary Tasker and William Hannah Lundie appeared on the 1871 Scottish Census of at Auchterarder, in the County of PER, at Main Street, enumerated 2 April 1871, Their children Helen, James, William Tasker, Marshall, Catherine Pringle, Andrew Tasker, Jessie and Alexander Brock were listed as living with them.6
  • Census1881 (SCT)*: Mary Tasker and William Hannah Lundie appeared on the 1881 Scottish Census of at Auchterarder, in the County of PER, at Main Street, enumerated 3 April 1881, Their children James, Jessie and Alexander Brock were listed as living with them.7
  • (with Son) Census1891 (SCT): Mary Tasker appeared on the 1891 Scottish Census of at Edinburgh, in the County of MLN, at No 3 Glengyle Ter, enumerated 5 April 1891 in the household of her son Dr William Tasker Lundie.3,2
  • Name Variation: As of 5 April 1891, Mary Tasker was also known as Mary Lunda.2,3
  • Occupation*: She was Retired Schoolmaster Wife on 5 April 1891.2,3

Family: William Hannah Lundie b. c 1822

Citations

  1. [S151] International Genealogical Index (IGI).
  2. [S152] Website Ancestry (http://www.ancestry.com/) "Parish: Edinburgh St Cuthberts; ED: 83; Line: 9; Year: 1891."
  3. [S28] 1891 population census for Scotland (online transcription) "Census 1891 685/04 083/04 002."
  4. [S152] Website Ancestry (http://www.ancestry.com/) "Parish: Coupar Angus; ED: 5; Line: 5; Year: 1851."
  5. [S152] Website Ancestry (http://www.ancestry.com/) "Parish: Auchterarder; ED: 7; Line: 21; Year: 1861."
  6. [S152] Website Ancestry (http://www.ancestry.com/) "Parish: Auchterarder; ED: 8; Line: 5; Year: 1871."
  7. [S152] Website Ancestry (http://www.ancestry.com/) "Parish: Auchterarder; ED: 8; Line: 3; Year: 1881."
  8. [S184] Online image of Scottish Statutory Marriage certificate for William Tasker Lundie and Elizabeth Lawson Auld, 14th August 1895.
  9. [S334] Online image of Scottish Statutory Birth certificate for William Lundie, 17/2/1855.
  10. [S381] Online image of Scottish Statutory Death certificate for William Tasker Lundie, 28/01/1899.

William Hannah Lundie1

M, #2418, b. circa 1822
  • Occupation: William Hannah Lundie was English Teacher on 30 March 1851.4
  • Census1851 (SCT)*: He and Mary Tasker appeared on the 1851 Scottish Census of at Coupar Angus, in the County of PER, at High Street, enumerated 30 March 1851, Their son John was listed as living with them.4
  • (Informant) Birth: William Hannah Lundie was the informant for the birth of Dr William Tasker Lundie on 17 February 1855 at Auchterarder, PER, SCT.8,1,9,2,3
  • Occupation*: William Hannah Lundie was Teacher on 17 February 1855.8,5,10,11
  • Census1861 (SCT)*: He and Mary Tasker appeared on the 1861 Scottish Census of at Auchterarder, in the County of PER, enumerated 7 April 1861, their children John, Helen, William Tasker, James, Marshall and Catherine Pringle were listed as living with them.5
  • Occupation: William Hannah Lundie was Teacher on 2 April 1871.6
  • Census1871 (SCT)*: He and Mary Tasker appeared on the 1871 Scottish Census of at Auchterarder, in the County of PER, at Main Street, enumerated 2 April 1871, Their children Helen, James, William Tasker, Marshall, Catherine Pringle, Andrew Tasker, Jessie and Alexander Brock were listed as living with them.6
  • Occupation: William Hannah Lundie was Teacher on 3 April 1881.7
  • Census1881 (SCT)*: He and Mary Tasker appeared on the 1881 Scottish Census of at Auchterarder, in the County of PER, at Main Street, enumerated 3 April 1881, Their children James, Jessie and Alexander Brock were listed as living with them.7
  • (with Son) Census1891 (SCT): William Hannah Lundie appeared on the 1891 Scottish Census of at Edinburgh, in the County of MLN, at No 3 Glengyle Ter, enumerated 5 April 1891 in the household of his son Dr William Tasker Lundie.3,2
  • Name Variation: As of 5 April 1891, William Hannah Lundie was also known as William H Lunda.2,3
  • Occupation: He was Retired Schoolmaster on 5 April 1891.2,3

Family: Mary Tasker b. c 1826

Citations

  1. [S151] International Genealogical Index (IGI).
  2. [S152] Website Ancestry (http://www.ancestry.com/) "Parish: Edinburgh St Cuthberts; ED: 83; Line: 9; Year: 1891."
  3. [S28] 1891 population census for Scotland (online transcription) "Census 1891 685/04 083/04 002."
  4. [S152] Website Ancestry (http://www.ancestry.com/) "Parish: Coupar Angus; ED: 5; Line: 5; Year: 1851."
  5. [S152] Website Ancestry (http://www.ancestry.com/) "Parish: Auchterarder; ED: 7; Line: 21; Year: 1861."
  6. [S152] Website Ancestry (http://www.ancestry.com/) "Parish: Auchterarder; ED: 8; Line: 5; Year: 1871."
  7. [S152] Website Ancestry (http://www.ancestry.com/) "Parish: Auchterarder; ED: 8; Line: 3; Year: 1881."
  8. [S334] Online image of Scottish Statutory Birth certificate for William Lundie, 17/2/1855.
  9. [S184] Online image of Scottish Statutory Marriage certificate for William Tasker Lundie and Elizabeth Lawson Auld, 14th August 1895 "lilsted as 40 years old."
  10. [S184] Online image of Scottish Statutory Marriage certificate for William Tasker Lundie and Elizabeth Lawson Auld, 14th August 1895.
  11. [S381] Online image of Scottish Statutory Death certificate for William Tasker Lundie, 28/01/1899.

Matilda Cooke Manning

F, #2419, b. 26 February 1806, d. 20 May 1810

Citations

  1. [S151] International Genealogical Index (IGI).

Hannah Jane Manning

F, #2420, b. 17 May 1810, d. 28 September 1882

Census Summary

1851DEV, ENG
1861GLS, ENG
  • Married Name: As of circa 1833,her married name was Clarke.
  • (with Parents) Census1851 (UK): Hannah Jane Manning appeared on the 1851 English Census of, in the County of DEV, enumerated 30 March 1851 in the household of her parents, John Edye Manning and Matilda Jordan Cooke.
  • (Visitor) Census1861 (UK): Hannah Jane Manning appeared on the 1861 English Census of GLS, an unknown place in the household of Adelaide Lydia Matilda Manning.

Family: William Clarke b. c 1806

William Clarke

M, #2421, b. circa 1806

Family: Hannah Jane Manning b. 17 May 1810, d. 28 Sep 1882

James Manning

M, #2422, b. 29 July 1812, d. 7 March 1813

Citations

  1. [S151] International Genealogical Index (IGI).