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MATHER, James (I133)
 
2 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1)
 
3 From Sydney Morning Herald

HUGH KEYS - married 23rd March 1852 at St James by Reverend Priddle to Magdalen Morrow, youngest daughter of Mrs Magdalen Morrow, widow of William Morrow formerly of County Fermanagh, Ireland.

Dated 26th March 1852
Marriage of Hugh and Magdalen
Posted 30 May 2009 by PaulineMott44

Marriage solemnized in the Parish of St. James, Sydney in the County of Cumberland.

Number 68/Vol.38C

Hugh Keys of this parish bachelor and Magdalen Morrow of this parish spinster were married in this church by banns and license with the consent of - this 23rd day of March in the year of 1852 by Charles FD Priddle, Chaplain

Signed by Hugh Keys

Magdalen Morrow her x mark

In the presence of Robert Morrow of Lachlan Swamp

and Catherine Gibson her x mark of Kent Street
 
MORROW, Magdalen (I891)
 
4 3.4.1803 Alligin to Donald Maclennan and Mary Maclennan - Mary MCLENNAN, Mary (I1689)
 
5 James Tudgee, Shoemaker, Salisbury, Wilthsire Family F194
 
6 Lachlander and Condobolin and Western Districts Recorder (NSW : 1899 - 1952) Wed 1 Jun 1910 Page 4
The marriage was celebrated in the Church of England on Monday evening last of Mr Ernie Smith, Shire Contractor, Condobolin and Miss Annie Moller, youngest daughter of Mr and Mrs A. Moller, of Condobolin, the Rev. S. North tying the nuptial knot. The bride was given away by her father, and Miss Ada Moller (sister) acted as bridesmaid. Mr Reg. Moller filled the capacity of best man. After the ceremony a sumptuous repast was partaken of by the wedding party and the usual congratulatory toasts were proposed and honored. We wish the couple a long reign of connubial happiness. 
Family F306
 
7 New South Wales Government Gazette (Sydney, NSW : 1832 - 1900) Fri 3 Apr 1868 [Issue No.80] Page 962
IN INSOLVENCY.
In the Insolvent Estate of George Robert Allingliam, of Redbank, near Amidale, farmer.
SINGLE OR ONLY MEETING.
WHEREAS the Estate of the abovenamed Insolvent was, on the 23rd clay of March, 1868, placed under sequestration, by order under my hand: I hereby appoint a Single Meeting of the Creditors of the said Insolvent to be holden before the Commissioner of Insolvent Estates for the District of Armidale, at the Court House, on Monday, the 27th day of April, 1868, to commence at 11:30 o'clock in the forenoon, or as soon 'afterwards as the course of business will permit, for the proof of debts against the said Estate, and for the collectio, administration, and distribution of the same; that the Insolvent may account for his Insolvency; for directing the Official Assignee whether the Insolvent will be allowed to retain for his own use his household furniture, wearing apparel, beds, bedding, and tools of trade, or any part thereof respectively: And as it now appears that the goods and effects of the Insolvent, available for the payment of his debts, are less in value than £100, notice is hereby given, that unless it be shewn at said Single Meeting that these goods and effects exceed the value of £100, the said Commissioner will summarily proceed to rank the debts which shall then be proved, and will direct the proceeds of the Estate to be forthwith distributed by the Official
Assignee accordingly.—Dated at Sydney, the 30th day of March, a.d. 1868.

GEORGE HIBBERT DEFFELL,
Chief Commissioner of Insolvent Estates.
ARCHIBALD CAMPBELL,
Registrar in Insolvency.
Official Assignee—Fredebick Thomas Humphrey.
1831 8s. 6d.
 
ALLINGHAM, George Robert (I2067)
 
8 New South Wales Government Gazette (Sydney, NSW : 1832 - 1900) Tue 15 Sep 1891 [Issue No.596] Page 7383
PROBATE JURISDICTION.
In the SuDreme Court of New South Wales.
PROBATE JURISDICTION.
In the will of George Robert AHingham, late of Artnidale, in the Colony of New South Wales, landholder, deceased.
APPLICATION will be made, after fourteen days from the publication hereof, that probate of the last will of the above
named deceased may be granted Martha Allingham the sole executrix in the said will named.—Dated this 14th day of
September, A D. 1891.
JOHN ADAM McDONALD,
Proctor for the said Executrix,
Beardy-Street, Armidale.
By his Agents,—Dibbs & Gibson,
92, Pitt-street, Sydney.
7147 Gs. 6d. 
ALLINGHAM, George Robert (I2067)
 
9 Newcastle Morning Herald and Miners' Advocate (NSW : 1876 - 1954) Thu 31 Dec 1896 Page 6
AUSTRALASIAN ITEMS.
Mr. William Ramsey, of Double
Creek, Bega, died on Tuesday morning, aged 58 years. He was one of the most respected and successful farmers, and took an active interest in everything relating to the advancement of dairying in the district. He was a prominent member of the Bega Agricultural Society and a member of the School Board. 
RAMSAY, William (I3876)
 
10 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F1495
 
11 The Corowa Free Press (NSW : 1875 - 1954) Fri 1 Nov 1946 Page 3
BARBER--CALLAND
A very pretty wedding was celebrated at St. John's Church of England, Kirrlbilll, Sydney, on September 23, 1946, when Joan, daughter of the late Mr. F. Catland and of Mrs. Calland, of Kirrlbilll, was married to Harold Reginald, third son of Mr . and Mrs. L. Barber, of Arncllffe.
The bride, who was given away by Mr. A. Sheriff, wore a lovely gown of white Grafton crepe, a lovely handmade, lace veil, kindly lent by an old friend of the family, together with a coronet of orange blossom. She carried a lovely bouquet of cream roses and orchids. The matron of honor, Mrs. Sheriff, wore a lovely frock of dull blue crepe with a coronet of pink carnations and forget-me-nots and carried a bouquet of matching flowers.
Little Miss Pamela Van Campen was the flower girl, frocked in pale pink glove silk and a beanie of pink carnations and she carried a basket of the same flowers.
The bridegroom was attended by his brother, Mr. Len Barber.
A reception attended by about 40 guests was held at "Shangri-La," Chatswood. The bride's mother received tbe guests in a frock of blue mesa crepe with navy accessories and a matching hat, and wore a spray of orchids. The bridegroom's mother chose a black silk crepe beaded frock and a spray of orchids, her black hat was trimmed with pink spring flowers.
Many congratulatory telegrams were received and included a cable from England.
The young couple left for their honeymoon which was spent at the Mountains and at Orange. The bride travelled in a duck egg blue max crepe with tan and white accessories and worn with a hat of pink French roses and ostrich tips to match.
The bridegroom was for some years on the staff of the Corowa, post office and his father was at one time teacher - of the Hopefield public school. 
Family F1610
 
12 The Tithe Applotment List of 1832 showed George Allingham Jr. with 21 acres in the Townland of Cordwood in Drumkeeran Parish, Co. Fermanagh, Ireland.(29) Father and son each held half of the townland. ALLINGHAM, George (I953)
 
13 The Tithe Applotment List of 1832 showed George Allingham with 15 acres in the Townland of Crononish in Drumkeeran Parish, Co. Fermanagh, Ireland.(26) The Tithe Applotment List of 1832 showed George Allingham with 21 acres in the Townland of Cordwood in Drumkeeran Parish, Co. Fermanagh, Ireland.(27) Father and son each held half of the townland.

The Tithe Applotment List of 1832 showed George Allingham with 16 acres in the Townland of Old Orchard in Drumkeeran Parish, Co. Fermanagh, Ireland.(28) Father and son each held half of the townland.

Information about George and his descendants is from a submission to the LDS ancestral file by Dr. Jon Martin. 
ALLINGHAM, George (I1593)
 
14 The Wingham Chronicle and Manning River Observer (NSW : 1898 - 1954) Fri 20 Mar 1942 Page 1
MR. F. J. MARCHMENT.
The death occurred suddenly at his home at Redbank, Hastings River, on Monday, 2nd March, of Mr. F. J. Marchment, aged 60 years. Deceased was a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. F. Marchment, and was born at Port Macquarie. He was married at the Church of England, Kendall, in 1909, to Miss Louisa Wilson, youngest daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. James Wilson, who went to the Comboyne from Berry some 38 years ago and carried on farming pursuits. There were two daughters to the union, Mrs. R. Churchill (Long Flat) and Mrs. Cecil Noakes (Oxley Island). Mr. and Mrs. Marchment, who engaged in farming and dairying, resided on their farm at Redbank, Wauchope, all their married life. Mr. Marchment hardly, knew what it was to be attended by a doctor, and died suddenly while at his work. His wife and daughters will mourn a devoted husband and father, whose passing is regretted by a large circle of friends. The late Mr. Marchment was educated at Mt. Victoria Grammar School, and was later apprenticed to the saddling trade with the old firm of J. M. Gregory and Sons, of Sydney. He later moved to the Richmond River, where he lived for many years, and there distinguished himself as one of the finest pigeon shots of that time. He was also known on the Hastings as a fine shot, having bagged many ducks and quail. At one time deceased worked for Mr. C. E. Wright, saddler, of Wauchope, but found indoor life irksome, and took to dairying pursuits, which he has followed for 36 years. He led a quiet and reserved life with his wife and family, taking no part in public affairs. Sisters of deceased are Mesdames E. Bacon and F. V. Browning; and brothers Messrs. Donald, Henry, Robert, William, John and Stanley (deceased). The funeral service was conducted by Canon Symonds, who officiated at the interment in the Church of England portion of the new Wauchope cemetery, where a large number of friends congregated to witness the last sad rites. 'Shire Gazette.'
 
MARCHMENT, Francis Joseph (I4526)
 
15 !1881 BRITISH CENSUS: 1 Harlaxton Street, St Mary, Nottingham, England has the
following two persons in the Household Records for the 1881 British Census that
was taken between 31 March 1881 and 8 April 1881.
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Katherine Ann WHITTAKER was Head of Household and Wife.
Age: 51.
Birthplace: St Mary, Nottingham, England.
Occupation: Bar House Keeper.
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William DABELLE was Nephew and Unmarried.
Age: 20.
Birthplace: Australia.
Occupation: Law Writer.
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William DABELLE left England soon after Census was taken for Australia because
he was an Unassisted Immigrant to Melbourne, Victoria in June 1881 from London.

!COMMENT: William DABELLE had a Sister called Kate Whittaker DABELLE who was
obviously named after Aunt Katherine Ann WHITTAKER living in England in 1881.

!UNASSISTED IMMIGRATION TO VICTORIA: Arrived aboard the "Chimborazo" in
Melbourne in JUN 1881 from London. Inward Passenger List has William DABELLE
Age 20 who may have been on his way from London to Sydney.

!DEATH: William was one of 3 MALES DEAD when his Father died on 5 Nov 1890.
Leonard Riches SMITH said that Emily Eyre SMITH told him that William DABELLE
was a Blackbirder, and was Killed by Natives in the Solomon Islands. 
DABELLE, William (I1033)
 
16 !ARRIVAL: Details of Arrival in Australia not found.

!DEATH: Registered as Robert SMITH and 74 Years of age. 
SMITH, Frederick Robert (I175)
 
17 !BAPTISM: Baptised as Thomas DEBELLE at St James Roman Catholic Church, Sydney.

!BIRTH: Registered as Thomas DABELLE.

!UNASSISTED IMMIGRATIO0N TO VICTORIA: Arrived aboard the "Iberia" in Melbourne
in MAR 1883 from London. The Inward Passenger List has Thomas DABELLE Age 25
who may have been on his way from London to Sydney.

!DEATH: Thomas was one of 3 MALES DEAD when his Father died on 5 Nov 1890.
Leonard Riches SMITH said that Emily Eyre SMITH told him that Thomas DABELLE
was a Blackbirder, and was Killed by Natives in the Solomon Islands. 
(DEBELLE) DABELLE, Thomas (I1032)
 
18 !BIRTH CERTIFICATE: Extract from Certificate issued in Antwerp, Belgium in 1930.
Birth 1894 Number 7611 - Act of Birth of Anna TEURELINCX, born the twenty five
December of this year at two o'clock in the morning in this district daughter
legitimate of Francis Louis TEURELINCX age of thirty five years Native of Lier,
Province of Antwerp, living in Antwerp and of Virginie BREUGELMANS age of twenty
eight years, Native of Balen, Province aforementioned (Province of Antwerp).
RECHTBANK VAN 1n AANLEG - ANTWERPEN (Court of First Instance - Antwerp) 1930.
The Certificate of Birth is handwritten in Dutch with a Translation in French.
Balen was incorrectly spelt as Baelen on Certificate in both Dutch and French.
Balen is in Province of Antwerp while Baelen is in Province of Liege.

!COMMENT: Anna TEURELINKX Married Norman DABELLE as Anna STIRLAND Widow.

!DEATH: Published in Sydney Morning Herald of 31 Oct 1983. 
TEURELINKX, Anna (I1050)
 
19 !BIRTH PLACE: Five Corners is near Marsden, 70 kilometres South West of Forbes.

!OCCUPATIONS: Alfred Garnet Jones was a Master Builder and Funeral Director in
Forbes for many years. He operated his Funeral Business from 1 July 1929 until
31 December 1964. After selling he worked for new owner up to the day he Died.

!POLICE RESERVE: During World War Two was a member of the Police Reserve and to
recognise his service was presented with a "Police Friend" badge on behalf of
the Commissioner of Police for New South Wales on 24 August 1948.

!AMBULANCE: Appointed by the New South Wales Ambulance Transport Service Board
a Life Member of the Forbes District in recognition of service rendered to that
District. Certificate dated 20th June 1956.

!MEMORIAL: Gar Jones Memorial Drive in Forbes Cemetery is the main access to
the Memorial Walls Section 1 and 2 for Cremation Ashes and the Lawn Cemetery. 
JONES, Alfred Garnet J P (I1031)
 
20 !BIRTH PLACE: Penrith City Council History Records says "Edinglassie" was the
first private house erected at Emu Plains. Source Keith Jones. 
FIELD, Sophia (I2404)
 
21 !BIRTH: Birth Registration not found in New South Wales.

!DEATH: George Street Asylum, Parramatta Municipality, NSW. Age 62 caused by
Heart Disease and Heart Failure over 5 months. Date last seen 25 Nov 1905.

!BURIAL: Buried at Roman Catholic Cemetery, Rookwood, NSW. 
RILEY, Edward Frank (I708)
 
22 !BIRTH: Informant was William Smith, Father, Cottons Hill, Burrawong Road.

!PREVIOUS ISSUE: Living Oscar 11, Emily E 8, Elsie M 7, Kathleen M 5,
Frederick E 3, Arthur R 1. Deceased 1 male John and 1 female Kate.

!BIOGRAPHY: Florence SMITH was raised by her Uncle Fred and Aunt Amy PERRY,
after her Mother died when she was only 12 days old, and became known as
Florence PERRY to all Relatives and Friends. She reverted back to the name
Florence SMITH only after both Uncle Fred and Aunt Amy PERRY had died. 
SMITH, Florence Nightingale Helen (I1121)
 
23 !BIRTH: Informant was William Smith, Father, Michies Plains near Forbes. SMITH, Emily Eyre (I1116)
 
24 !BIRTH: James Edwin AGAR was Registered as UNNAMED BOY AGAR at Condobolin by his Mother Mary AGAR about 5 years before she Married William MANSELL. James would have become know as James Edwin MANSELL after his mother Married William MANSELL.

!BIRTHDAY BOOK: James Edwin MANSELL Born 1864 is the name that appears in the
"Floral Birthday Book" at November 3, that was given to Martha Ellenour SMITH
when she was 19 years old by her mother Rosa Annie SMITH on 12 September 1886.

!MARRIAGE: James Edwin MANSELL was Registered as James Edwin AGAR when
he married Martha Ellenour SMITH at St Johns Church of England Vicarage, Forbes.
His wife was known as Aunt Nellie MANSELL to her relatives for at least 40 years.

!DEATH: James Edwin AGAR or MANSELL was Registered as James Edwin AGAR. 
AGAR, James Edwin (I173)
 
25 !BIRTH: Registered as Arthur Eyre DAVELLE.

!MARRIAGE: Registered three times, namely Arthur DABELLE to Adelaide L DIND plus
Arthur LABELLE to Adelaide L DIND and Arthur LABELLE to Adelaide L LIND.
Registration Number 1896/3455 is the same for all three Registrations.

!UNASSISTED IMMIGRATION TO VICTORIA: Arrived as Captain A E DABELLE aboard the
"Guthrie" in Melbourne in OCT 1902 from a Foreign Port, with Mrs Dabelle Age 26
and Miss Dabelle Age 3. The Foreign Port referred to was probably in New Guinea.

!REEF PILOTS: "Reef Pilots" by Captain John C H Foley is The History of the
Queensland Coast and Torres Strait Pilot Service. Most of all this Book is a
narrative of a century of Barrier Reef pilotage by 130 Master Mariners. Captain
Arthur Eyre DABELLE was a Licensed Queensland Coast and Torres Strait Pilot with
License Number 39 from 23 SEP 1907. "Reef Pilots" has a picture of Dabelle, and
mentions that he patented the Australian Pattern Mariners' Compass Card in 1919.

!AUSTRALASIAN GENEALOGICAL COMPUTER INDEX: Date Run 24/MAR/99 Page 14010
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Surname: DABELLE
Given Names: A E Lt
Place: QLD Torres Strait
Date: 01 DEC 1912
Event: Armed Services
Source: Published Book
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Surname: DABELLE
Given Names: Arthur Eyre
Place: NSW Vaucluse South Head
Date: 18 OCT 1925
Event: Death
Source: Cemetery Transcription

!WAR SERVICE: Served in World War One in Royal Australian Navy as Lieutenant
Commander Arthur Eyre Dabelle from 17 July 1917 to Date of Discharge Unknown.
Please note this Service record appears in the World War Two Nominal Roll even
thought he died in 1925. 
DABELLE, Arthur Eyre (I1037)
 
26 !BIRTH: Registered as Frederick Charles SMITH. Informant was William Smith,
Father, Cottons Hill, Burrawang Road, Forbes.
Frederick Charles SMITH assumed the name of John Holloway HOLT before 1944.
Birth Registration Number is 1899/20712 for both Frederick Charles SMITH and
John Holloway HOLT and includes NAME CHANGE made on 6/7/1954.

!MARRIAGE: Frederick Charles SMITH used the name John Holloway HOLT when he
was Married to Margaret SAVAGE in Broken Hill about 1944.

!BIOGRAPHY: Frederick Charles SMITH went missing for many years and returned
to Forbes about 1945 to tell his relatives he was living in Broken Hill using
the name John Holloway HOLT, and had Married Margaret SAVAGE the year before.

!NAME CHANGE: Registration of Name Change - Evidence has been furnished that
the name of the within mentioned Frederick Charles SMITH is John Holloway HOLT.
(Signed) C R Smith, Deputy Registrar General, Sydney, 6/7/1954 (54M 5914).

!DEATH: Registered as John Holloway HOLT. 
(SMITH) HOLT, John Holloway (I1119)
 
27 !BIRTH: Registered as Martha Ellenour SMITH by her Mother on 22nd October 1867.
Particulars are as recorded in the 1867 Register kept at Forbes Court House.

!BIRTHDAY BOOK: James Edwin MANSELL Born 1864 is the name that appears in the
"Floral Birthday Book" at November 3 that was given to Martha Ellenour SMITH
when she was 19 years old by her Mother Rosa Annie SMITH on 12 September 1886.

!MARRIAGE: Martha Ellenour SMITH became Martha Eleanor AGAR after her Marriage
to James Edwin AGAR or MANSELL. She was a witness as Martha Eleanor AGAR with
James STANFORD at Marriage of John ELLIS and Mary Anne RYAN on 17 March 1894.
She was known as Aunt Nellie MANSELL to her relatives for at least 40 years.

!DEATH: Registered as Ellena Martha MANSELL age 99 years, with the informant
being Barry Ashley WILLIAMS, Grandson, 27 Prince Albert Street, Mosman. 
SMITH, Martha Eleanour (I172)
 
28 !BIRTH: Registered as William Joseph RILEY with Father marked as Illegitimate.
Father said to be a Collits by his first child Oscar William SMITH and was
probably Joseph COLLITS. His Mother worked for Joseph COLLITS for many years.
Registration Number 1864/13655.

!BIOGRAPHY: His Mother worked for Joseph COLLITS both at Penrith and at Forbes
and was Married on 12 NOV 1866 at the "House of the Collits, Bogabigal, Forbes"
to Frederick Robert SMITH.

!ADOPTED: William Joseph RILEY became known as William SMITH after his Mother
was Married to Frederick Robert SMITH. 
(RILEY) SMITH, William Joseph (I1142)
 
29 !BIRTH: Registration for Birth as Norman DABELLE could not be found. War Service
Records and Marriage Records indicate Date of Birth as being 18 July 1885.

!HISTORY: Family stories are that Norman was left at the Front Door of Dabelle
Home at Mosman when he was a few months old, and reared by the Dabelle Family.

!BIRTHDAY BOOK: The name Norman DABELLE appears in the "Floral Birthday Book"
at July 18 that was given to Martha Ellenour SMITH when she was 19 years old by
her mother Rosa Annie SMITH on 12 September 1886.

!WAR SERVICE: Served in World War One in A I F as 3033 Private Norman Dabelle
in 5th Machine Gun Battalion from 27 Jul 1915 to 8 Apr 1919. Enlistment Details
Occupation: Sailor. Address: Gleue Eyre, Northcote Road, Leura, New South Wales.
Next of Kin: Mother, Mrs H Dabelle, Northcote Road, Leura, New South Wales.

!CHILDREN OF PARENTS: Norman DABELLE is not listed as a LIVING CHILD on the
Death Registration Transcription of George Cooper DABELLE or Henrietta DABELLE.

!DEATH: Death Registration for Norman DABELLE gives George Cooper DABELLE and
Henriette as his Parents. 
DABELLE, Norman (I1049)
 
30 !BIRTH: Registration for Emily PERRY was found in January 1991 after a search
by Grandchildren Len Smith for twenty years and Keith Jones for four years.
We had searched the B D M Microfiche under Williams, Pett, Holden and Perry with
no success. We then decided to check the 1869 Birth Index at the Court House
in Forbes, after finding that there was no Registry Office in Grenfell in 1869.
Emilie Catherine DRY was found with correct Mother and known Birth Date.

!ADOPTION: Emilie Catherine DRY became known as Emily Catherine PERRY after her
Mother was Married to Robert PERRY.

!MAGISTERIAL INQUIRY: Cause of Death found to be Septicaemia, at Magisterial
Inquiry held at Forbes on 20th December, 1902 by E S L Sharpe, J P, Coroner.

!INFORMANT: William Smith, Husband, Cotton's Hill, Burrawong Road, Forbes. 
(DRY) PERRY, Emily Catherine (I1143)
 
31 !BIRTH: The Mother of Frank DABELLE was given as Mary A DABELLE in the original
Births Index for New South Wales that was published in 1982. The original Index
has been corrected by the addition of (Henrietta) for the Mother of Frank and
four of his nine Siblings. The New South Wales Pioneers Series on CD has Birth
Registered three times as Frank DABELLE plus Frank Da BELLE and Frank DA BELLE
with Mother given as Mary A (Henrietta) and same Registration Number 3350/1863.

!FAMILY DEATH NOTICE: "FRANK DABELLE Died 9th August 1887 at Sea aboard the
Schooner "Mary Ogilvie" of fever contracted at Solomon Islands, age 23 years,
the 3rd son of George Cooper DABELLE, of North Sydney." Sydney Morning Herald,
Saturday 20th August 1887 Page 6, last column. 
DABELLE, Frank (I1035)
 
32 !CHRISTENED: Saint Johns Church of England, Forbes. SMITH, Allan John (I1123)
 
33 !CHRISTENING: International Genealogical Index / British Isles Individual Record
says Sophia EYRE Christening was on 1 January 1811 at Saint Margaret Pattens,
London, London, England with Parents given as Robert EYRE and Sophia.

!ARRIVAL: Sophia EYRE aged 26 Years Departed from London on 10 July 1834 on the
"David Scott" and Arrived Sydney on 30 October 1834 as an Emigrant.

!MARRIAGE BANNS: St. Luke's Church of England, Liverpool, N S W. Information
from St Luke's Banns Register 1829-1862 has 1st calling 10 Dec 1837, 2nd calling
17 Dec 1837 and 3rd calling 24th Dec 1837. The hand written Church Notes said
Sophia EYRE came on the "David Scott".

!PUBLISHED BOOK: "Single & free" Female Migration to Australia 1833-1837 Book
researched and written by Elizabeth Rushen and Published in March 2003 states
Sophia Eyre a 22 year old Governess from Durham, England emigrated on the
"David Scott" on the recommendation of three titled people. Another source says
the people were the Earl and Countess of Denbigh and Viscountess Feilding.

!COMMITMENT: Because Sophia RILEY did on the 27 November 1851 "throw two stones
at a Constable of the Police Force of the City of Sydney, and it having been
made to appear that she is of unsound Mind" she was conveyed to the Common Gaol
at Darlinghurst in the City of Sydney on 28 November 1851. She was Certified
Insane at Darlinghurst Gaol on 29 November 1851 by two Doctors and was removed
on 2 December 1851 to the Lunatic Asylum at Tarban Creek, Gladesville. When
Sophia RILEY was admitted to Tarban Creek the ADMISSION REGISTER records that
she was a Pauper Age 42 and Church of England and a "Widow of last three years
and had three children and that the age of the youngest Child was 8 years old".
The HISTORY REGISTER on 31 October 1852 says she was transferred to Parramatta.

!DEATH NOTICE: Appeared in Sydney Morning Herald NSW - Monday, 19th August 1872
"At the Lunatic Asylum, Parramatta, on the 15th instant, Sophia, daughter of
the late Colonel Eyre, County Galway, Ireland, aged 60."

!PLACE OF BURIAL: All Saints Cemetery, Church Of England, Parramatta, N S W.

!MOTHER: Some sources say that Sophia ASHBURNER was the mother of Sophia EYRE
while other sources say that Maria GORE was the mother of Sophia EYRE. 
EYRE, Sophia (I179)
 
34 !CHRISTENING: Registered as Henrietta RILEY.

!MARRIAGE: Registered as George Cooper DABELLE and Mary Ann RILEY at St Marys Roman Catholic Cathedral, Sydney, NSW. George Cooper DABELLE was a Clerk Age 28 and Mary Ann (Henrietta) RILEY was a Dressmaker Age 15 when they were Married. The consent of John CONNOR, Guardian, was given to the Marriage. Registered as George Cooper DALEELLE and Mary Ann RILEY on the NSW BDM Historical Index.

!CHILDREN: Registered on NSW BDM 1982 Index with Mother given as Mary Ann RILEY for her ten Children with the addition of (Henrietta) at a later date for the first five of her Children. Registered with Mother given as Mary Ann RILEY on NSW BDM Historical Index with addition of (Henrietta) only for Frank DABELLE. 
RILEY, Henrietta (I181)
 
35 !CHRISTENING: Registered as Rosa RILEY only in the Pre 1856 New South Wales
Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages Index on Microfiche in 1982 under
Reference Number - VOL 23A NO 1026.

!MARRIAGE: Registered as Annie RILEY.

!DEATH: Registered as Rosa Annie SMITH. 
RILEY, Rosa Annie (I178)
 
36 !CORONERS INQUEST: 25 October 1875 at Forbes. Finding - Accidental Death caused by extensive burns. SMITH, Australia Arthur Robert (I266)
 
37 !CORONERS INQUEST: 4 February 1881 at Bogabigal. Finding - Accidently Drowned.

!DEATH: Registered as 6 Years of age. 
SMITH, Sydney George (I268)
 
38 !DEATH NOTICE: Appeared in The Cork Examiner, 2 May 1856. "April 26, at the
Cottage, Eyrecourt, Mrs Maria Eyre, relict of Captain Robert Eyre, youngest
daughter of the Hon Paul Gore, and niece of the late Earl of Arran." 
GORE, Maria (I1172)
 
39 !DEATH NOTICE: MARY TIPPER DABELLE "Died 18th October 1862 at her parents residence, Turner Street, Redfern of Bronchitis, aged 3 months." Sydney Morning Herald, Tuesday 21st October 1862 Page 1. DABELLE, Mary Tipper (I1034)
 
40 !GREAT ESCAPE: Became Squadron Leader John Edwin Ashley WILLIAMS DFC during the
Second World War and became a Prisoner of War at Stalag Luft III which was the
chief Royal Air Force Prison Camp in Germany located at Sagan in Silesia about
half way between Berlin and Breslau.
From the true war-story "THE GREAT ESCAPE" by Paul Brickhill, who was also a
prisoner in Stalag Luft III, we learn that Squadron Leader John WILLIAMS DFC
referred to as Willy WILLIAMS in "THE GREAT ESCAPE" was one of the 76 Air Force
Prisoners of War who took part in the greatest prison-camp escape of them all,
from Stalag Luft III on the night of 24/25 March 1944.
Adolph Hitler when he heard of the escape first ordered that "they are all to
be shot on recapture" but later ordered that "more than half of them are to be
shot". Of the 76 prisoners who escaped only 3 were not recaptured and they
eventually reached England.
Fifty of the recaptured prisoners were murdered by the Gestapo including my
cousin Willy WILLIAMS. He was taken from Reichenberg Gaol on the morning of
28 March 1944 and not seen again. He was cremated on 29 March 1944 at Bruex.

!GREAT ESCAPE: "A Gallant Company" The Men of the Great Escape. Written by
Jonathan Franklin William Vance 1963 about the Stalag Luft III Royal Air Force
Prison Camp. Includes many references to John Edwin Ashley WILLIAMS DFC.

!GREAT ESCAPE: "The Great Escape" The Full Dramatic Story with Contributions
from Survivors and their Families. Written by Anton Gill 2002 this Book provides
us with a definitive account of this unique event and its Shocking aftermath.
It includes a complete list of The Great Escapers with Rank and name of Force
plus an Asterisk marking those Executed by the Gestapo following the escape. 
WILLIAMS, John Edwin Ashley D F C (I142)
 
41 !HEADSTONE: Sacred to the Memory of KATE SMITH Died 15 March 1893 Aged 7 Weeks.
Grave Site found in Church of England Old Section in nearly original condition. 
SMITH, Kate (I1115)
 
42 !MARRIAGE: Certificate of Marriage for Saint Johns Church of England was not
filled in by the Minister. Only the signatures of the Husband and the Wife and
the Witnesses appear on the Certificate.
Witnesses were E A BESGROVE Brother of Wife and E JONES Sister of Husband.
Lillian BESGROVE the Sister of the Wife on the Certificate said in 1994 that
she attended the Marriage at 77 Ferry Street Forbes when she was 14 Years old.
The Parents of Keith Eyre JONES were living at above location at the time. 
BESGROVE, Eileen Unity (I1122)
 
43 !MARRIAGE: Certificate of Marriage for Saint Johns Church of England was not
filled in by the Minister. Only the signatures of the Husband and the Wife and
the Witnesses appear on the Certificate.
Witnesses were E JONES Sister of Husband and E A BESGROVE Brother of Wife.
Lillian BESGROVE the Sister of the Wife on the Certificate said in 1994 that
she attended the Marriage at 77 Ferry Street Forbes when she was 14 Years old.
The Parents of Keith Eyre JONES were living at above location at the time. 
SMITH, Arthur Roy (I1120)
 
44 !RESIDENCE: Parents of Dorothy Louise Eyre DABELLE were living at "Braemar"
Cowles Road, Mosman, NSW when she was born. Her Father was a Master Mariner. 
DABELLE, Dorothy Louise Eyre (I1045)
 
45 !UNASSISTED ARRIVALS NSW: Mr Dabelle, "Cheapside". Passenger, 10 December 1853
from London. This could be George Cooper DABELLE.

!MARRIAGE: Registered as George Cooper DABELLE and Mary Ann RILEY at St Marys
Roman Catholic Cathedral, Sydney, NSW. George Cooper DABELLE was a Clerk Age 28
and Mary Ann (Henrietta) RILEY was a Dressmaker Age 15 when they were Married.
The consent of John CONNOR, Guardian, was given to the Marriage. Was Registered
as George Cooper DALEELLE and Mary Ann RILEY on the NSW BDM Historical Index up
to 21 March 2013 when Index entry was corrected at request of Keith Eyre JONES.

!CHILDREN: Registered on NSW BDM 1982 Index with Mother given as Mary Ann RILEY
for her ten Children with the addition of (Henrietta) at a later date for the
first five of her Children. Registered with Mother given as Mary Ann RILEY on
NSW BDM Historical Index with addition of (Henrietta) only for Frank DABELLE.

!UNASSISTED IMMIGRATION TO VICTORIA: Inward Passenger List has Mr G C DABELLE
Age 48 arriving JAN 1890 aboard the "Lusitania" from a British Port. Given age
has to be wrong and he was on his way to Sydney NSW from next Note.

!AUSTRALIAN GENEALOGICAL COMPUTER INDEX 24/MAR/99: Internal Shipping Records
has G DABELLE arriving in Sydney NSW on 09 JAN 1890 aboard the "Lusitania."

!OCCUPATION: Law Clerk. 
DABELLE, George Cooper (I465)
 
46 !USUAL OCCUPATION: Builder when Married.

!MARRIAGE: St Alban's Church of England, Leura. Age 52 years.

!BURIAL: Katoomba Cemetery Register has Sydney DABELLE, Church of England,
Age 84, Section KCE1, Row 2, Plot 11. 
DABELLE, Sydney (I1039)
 
47 !USUAL OCCUPATION: Housemaid when Married.

!MARRIAGE: St Alban's Church of England, Leura. Age 38 years.

!BURIAL: Katoomba Cemetery Register has Amy DABELLE, Church of England,
Age 70, Section KCE1, Row 2, Plot 11. 
COUSIN, Ivy Adele (I1047)
 
48 !WAR SERVICE: Served in World War II in AIR TRAINING CORPS in Forbes and Parkes.
FROM: Headquarters, No.52 Squadron, A.T.C., R.A.A.F., 252 George Street, SYDNEY.
TO: Cadet JONES, K.E., Church Street, FORBES. DATE: 21st February, 1945
REF: 1501/2/P3 (133A). Notice of transfer to Correspondence Course Training by
Arthur W Castleman, Squadron Leader, Officer Commanding, Number 52 Squadron,
AIR TRAINING CORPS.

!REPORTING SHORTWAVE RECEPTION: During 1944 to 1946 provided Reception Reports
to the ARMED FORCES RADIO SERVICE, War and Navy Departments, 6011 Santa Monica
Boulevard, Los Angeles 38, CALIFORNIA. This involved the reporting of shortwave
reception of the Armed Forces Radio Service/Office of War Information shortwave
broadcasts for the listening pleasure of members of the armed forces overseas.

!TRADE COURSE QUALIFICATION: Department of Technical Education, New South Wales
gave KEITH EYRE JONES a Trade Course Certificate, to Certify that he completed
the Trade Course for Electrical Fitters and Mechanics in the CREDIT Grade at
the SYDNEY TECHNICAL COLLEGE. Given under hand and seal on 19th August 1952 by
L J Fathers Head of Department, J Tainsh Principal and A Denning Director.

!JUSTICE OF PEACE: Government Gazette No. 81 of 24th July, 1959 Appointments of
Justice of the Peace in and for New South Wales, includes Keith Eyre Jones. The
appointment was effective from 15 July 1959 with Registration Number 5900126.
Under the Justices of the Peace Act 2002, Keith Eyre Jones was reappointed as a
Justice of Peace for NSW on 11 October 2006 with Registration Number 164891 and
the appointment valid to 10 October 2011.
Under the Justices of the Peace Act 2002, Keith Eyre Jones was reappointed as a
Justice of Peace for NSW on 11 October 2011 with Registration Number 164891 and
the appointment valid to 10 October 2016.
Department of Attorney General and Justice New South Wales in December 2012
issued a Justice of the Peace COMMEMORATIVE CERTIFICATE to KEITH EYRE JONES in
sincere appreciation of outstanding dedication to the community upon completing
50 Years of Service as a Justice of Peace for New South Wales on 15 July 2009.
Greg Smith SC Attorney General.

!OCCUPATION: Certificate of Service was awarded to KEITH JONES in recognition of
45.5 years of loyal and faithful service with the Electricity Undertaking now
controlled by the Central West County Council. Issued by Resolution of the
Council dated 17th October 1990. Given under hand and seal FOR AND ON BEHALF OF
THE CENTRAL WEST COUNTY COUNCIL J W Mahlo Chairman and P Noonan General Manager. 
JONES, Keith Eyre J P (I1113)
 
49 !WAR SERVICE: Served in World War One in A I F from 4 Apr 1916 to 23 Jun 1919
as 2247 Corporal Oscar William Smith (DCM) in 53rd Battalion. Also Served in
World War Two in Australian Army from 7 May 1942 to 22 Jul 1946 as N204100
Signalman Oscar William Smith.

!HONOUR ROLL: 1914-1919 In Honour of the OLD BOYS of This School who served the
Empire in The Great War includes O W SMITH. This ROLL was in Daroobalgie School
but is now in the Forbes Historical Society Museum. A Notice nearby says that
This Plaque mounted on a piece of Cedar from the old Daroobalgie School was
Donated by Raymond Watson of 62 Hill Street, Forbes in May 1978.

!ROLL OF HONOR: Men from Forbes and District who answered the Call 1914-1919
includes OSCAR W SMITH. This ROLL is in the Forbes Services Memorial Club.

!HONOUR ROLL: Those who served in WORLD WAR I includes O W SMITH (DCM). This
Roll is a Memorial Wall for 100 years near Cenotaph in Victoria Park at Forbes,
and was Unveiled on Saturday 17 June 2000 by Major General P J Cosgrove AC, MC. 
SMITH, Oscar William D C M (I1114)
 
50 !WAR SERVICE: Served in World War Two in Australian Army as 261514 Lieutenant
David Ashley Williams from 15 July 1942 to 1 April 1946. In addition to above
Service Number he also had NX700452 and NX104283. 
WILLIAMS, David Ashley (I143)
 

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