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1 3.4.1803 Alligin to Donald Maclennan and Mary Maclennan - Mary MCLENNAN, Mary (I1689)
2 Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Thu 3 Oct 1889 Page 2
Family Notices
HAMILTON.—On the 26th September, at his homestead, Riverdale, Otford, New South Wales, William Hamilton, native of
County Tyrone, Ireland, leaving an affectionate wife and loving family to mourn their loss, besides a large circle of relatives and friends to regret his demise ; aged 68 years.
Thy will be done.
HAMILTON, William (I4845)
3 James Tudgee, Shoemaker, Salisbury, Wilthsire Family F194
4 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
5 New South Wales Government Gazette (Sydney, NSW : 1832 - 1900) Fri 11 Oct 1889 [Issue No.538] Page 7209
In the estate and effects of William Hamilton, late of Riverdale, Otford, in the Colony of New South Wales, farmer, deceased, intestate.
NOTICE is hereby given tbat after the expiration of fourteen days from the publication hereof in the New South Wales
Government Gazette, application will be made to the Supreme Court of New South Wales, in its Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction,
that letters of administration of all and singular the estate, goods, chattels, credits, and effects of William Hamilton, late
of Riverdale, Otford, in the Colony of New South Wales, farmer, deceased, intestate, who died on the 26th day of
September last past, may be granted to Marget Hamilton, of Riverdale, Otford, in the Colony aforesaid, the widow of the
said deceased.—Dated at Sydney, this 8th day of October, A.D. 1889
Proctor for Administratrix,
28, Castlereagh-street, Sydney.
7836 6s. 6d.
HAMILTON, William (I4845)
6 New South Wales Government Gazette (Sydney, NSW : 1832 - 1900) Tue 15 Sep 1891 [Issue No.596] Page 7383
In the SuDreme Court of New South Wales.
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.
Proctor for the said Executrix,
Beardy-Street, Armidale.
By his Agents,—Dibbs & Gibson,
92, Pitt-street, Sydney.
7147 Gs. 6d. 
ALLINGHAM, George Robert (I2067)
7 Newcastle Morning Herald and Miners' Advocate (NSW : 1876 - 1954) Thu 31 Dec 1896 Page 6
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)
8 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F1495
9 The Corowa Free Press (NSW : 1875 - 1954) Fri 1 Nov 1946 Page 3
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
10 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)
11 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)
12 The Wingham Chronicle and Manning River Observer (NSW : 1898 - 1954) Fri 20 Mar 1942 Page 1
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)
13 !BIRTH PLACE: Penrith City Council History Records says "Edinglassie" was the
first private house erected at Emu Plains. Source Keith Jones. 
FIELD, Sophia (I2404)
14 "England, Cheshire, Marriage Bonds and Allegations, 1606-1900," database, FamilySearch ( : 21 May 2014). Cheshire Record Office, Chester. Source Source: S1241 (S1241)
15 058/2 1 Family F147
16 058/2 4 MCKENZIE, Roderick (I1225)
17 058/20 0165 MCKENZIE, Mary (I1521)
18 058/20 0185 - 5.2.1837 Alligin to Angus Mackenzie and Mary MacDonald - Catherine (born 20.1.1837) MCKENZIE, Catherine (I539)
19 058/20 0189 - 17.3.1841 Alligin to Angus Mackenzie and Margaret MacDonald - Anne (born 30.10.1840) MCKENZIE, Ann (I540)
20 1 Apr 1884 at Donhead
Father: Angus McKenzie, Agricultural Labourer
Mother: Margaret McKenzie (nee McDonald)
Married: 20 Jan 1873 Cromarty
Signed: Angus McKenzie his x mark
Registered: 21 April 1884 at Coupar Angus 
MCKENZIE, Margaret (I151)
21 1 Oct 1904 at Dovehill Cottage, Carluke
Father: Roderick McKenzie Baker (Domicil; Soldier and Sailor's Mission Home, Europa Road, Gilbraltar)
Mother: Elizabeth Simpson McKenzie (nee Marshall)
Married: 17 Apr 1902 at Gibraltar
Signed: Lizzie S McKenzie, mother
Registered: 17 Oct 1904 at Carluke 
MCKENZIE, Angus (I717)
22 10 May 1887 Glenisla
Father: Angus McKenzie, Cattleman
Mother: Margaret McKenzie (nee McDonald)
Married: 25 Jan 1873, Cromarty
Signed: Angus McKenzie his x mark
Registered: 31 May 1887 
MCKENZIE, William (I152)
23 10.4.1832

Angus Mackenzie and Mary MacDonald, both Alligin 
Family F157
24 10.8.1813

Roderick MacLean and Anne Maclennan, both Doire nam Fuaran 
Family F1759
25 12 Aug 1881 at Milton, Collace
Father: Angus McKenzie, Farm Servant
Mother: Margaret McKenzie (nee McDonald)
Married: 29 Dec 1870, Cromarty
Signed: Angus McKenzie (present)
Registered: 31 Aug 1881, Collace 
MCKENZIE, John (I150)
26 12.1.1825

Duncan MacDonald and _ _ _ Maclennan, both Alligin 
Family F581
27 13 Sep 1879 at Balgraydykes, Cargill
Father: Angus McKenzie, Cattleman
Mother: Margaret McKenzie (nee McDonald)
Married: Feb 1871 Resolis (???)
Signed: Angus McKenzie his x mark
Registered: 27 Sep 1879, Cargill 
MCKENZIE, Alexander (I149)
28 14 August Which Day Duncan McKenzie Weaver in Melvaig and Jannet McDonald daughter to John McDonald at Ineloid were married. Family F1871
29 14.6.1836 Alligin to Duncan MacDonald and Mary MacIver Alexander (born 13.3.1836) MACDONALD, Alexander (I1841)
30 14.6.1840 Wester Alligin to Alexander MacDonald and Anne MacDonald - Murdoch (born 24.1.1840) MACDONALD, Murdoch (I6082)
31 14.7.1834

John MacDonald, Calnakill, Applecross and Annabella MacDonald, Annat 
Family F2018
32 15 Jul 1910, Cronton Terrace, Newmains
Father: Roderick McKenzie, Baker (Journeyman)
Mother: Elizabeth Simpson McKenzie (nee Marshall)
Married: 17 April 1902, Gibraltar
Signed: Roderick McKenzie Father
Registered: 21 July 1910 at Wishance 
MCKENZIE, Andrew Marshall (I718)
33 15.3.1820 Donald MacDonald, Alligin and Christian MacDonald, Alligin Family F1238
34 15.5.1849

Finlay MacDonald, Wester Alligin and Margaret Mackenzie, Wester Alligin 
Family F1774
35 15.5.1849 Finlay MacDonald, Wester Alligin and Margaret Mackenzie, Wester Alligin Family F1774
36 16.1.1805 Donald MacDonald, Alligin and Anne MacBeth, Alligin Family F1590
37 16.1.1838 Alligin to Donald MacDonald and Christian MacDonald Finlay (born 9.10.1837) MACDONALD, Finlay (I3559)
38 17 April 1775 Edward leased from Edward Allingham the end from the Delft across it of Lustybeg in Co. Fermanagh, Ireland.
Edward Allingham of Ballyshannon to Edward Allingham of Lustey farmer, witnessed by Francis Allingham late of Ballyshannon schoolteacher, for the lives of Edward of Lustey and his wife Margaret, Deed of lease, Vol. 341: 96, No. 227,718. P.R.O. Dublin, LDS Film 531,732 (hereafter cited as Ireland Deed 341.96.227718, Allingham to Allingham). 
ALLINGHAM, Edward (I972)
39 17.2.1828 Duncan MacDonald and Mary MacIver, both Alligin Family F576
40 17.3.1841 Alligin to Murdoch MacDonald and Mary Mackenzie Catherine (born 6.10.1840) MACDONALD, Catherine (I4573)
41 1796 Freeholders List at PRONI
George Allingham, Boa Island, Drumkeeran, Fermanagh 
ALLINGHAM, George (I1593)
42 1796 Freeholders List at PRONI
William Allingham, Lust Begg, Drumkeeran, Fermanagh
PRONI Ref: D/1096/92 
ALLINGHAM, William (I851)
43 1807- Enlisted in the 91st Regiment of Foot, 1st Battalion.
1815 -Waterloo Medal Roll 1st Battalion 91st Regiment of Foot, Captain D. Campbell's Company Light 
SHARP, Petter (I736)
44 1832 MARRIAGE: Banns were read on April 22 and 29 and May 6, 1832 at St Saviour Southwark for Peter Agar Bachelor and Eliza Boutle Spinster. The marriage took place in the same church on May 19, 1832. Family F22
45 1834 Pigot's Directory listed for Bull's Head, Chruch Gate, Radcliffe BARLOW, George (I3821)
46 1843 BIRTH - Second of October 1842 at Cookham.
Mary, daughter of Peter Agar, currier, and Eliza Agar formerly Boutle. Registred by Peter Agar of Cookham on 17 October 1843.
1923 DEATH - 17 November 1923 at 20 Sebert Street Marrickville.
Mary Mansell, female aged 79 years. Daughter of Peter Agar, currier and Eliza.
Informant - W.E Luthje - no relation
Buried 20 Nov 1923 at the Church of England Cemetery, Forbes.
Born London England with about 73 years in the Australasian Colonies.
The Forbes Advocate, Tuesday, 20 November, 1923 has a PERSONAL for Mrs. Mary Mansell.
"Passed away at Mosman on Saturday last Mrs. Mary Mansell, at the age of 79 years. Deceased, who was an aunt of Mrs. Walter Luthje, late of Forbes, was buried in the local cemetery this morning, the remains being brought to Forbes on today's mail." 
AGAR, Mary (I174)
47 1848 BIRTH: 7 May 1848 at Brookside, Wrexham
Father: John Williams, Stone Mason
Mother: Susannah Williams formerly Jones.
1904:31 December 1904, The Sydney Morning Herald, Page 12
Mr. Edwin Williams has had made in Sydney a stained-glass window, which is to be erected in Dinting Anglican Church, near Manchester, England. The window is executed in antique glass, and is rich and harmonious in colouring. The inscription at the bottom of the window is as follows: - These windows were erected by Edwin Williams to the glory of God and to the beloved memory of James Mather, of Dinting, and Sarah Mather Williams, his daughter, who died in Australia.
1907: The Cyclopedia of New South Wales (1907), page 430/431
Mr. Edwin Williams, whose repute as an Architect is limited to no local boundaries, is the son of John and Susannah Williams, nee Jones, and, it seems is almost uneccesary to add, is of Welsh descent. His life's story is brief and bright - a procession of success. Born on May 7th, 1848 at Wrexham - a township in North Wales, reeking, one may say, with historic associations, carrying the mind back to those days when the Ap Williams were able to harness the thanes of Mercia at their own sweet will - he was educated in the leading schools within the gates of his birthplace. At fourteen he made his first essay to shoulder the burdens of existence, when he commenced to work for his father; whose avocation was that of a builder and contractor. Three years later young Williams determined to face the world on his own account. Liverpool and London were visited in turn; then heigho! for the marvellous East; the land of pactolean streams to those who have never been there. Finding by the test of experience its repute more fable than otherwise, the young traveller returned home, striking the English Cottonoplis in 1868; and for several years did some good work in the northern counties, superintending, amongst other buildings, the erection of the John Barnes Convalescent Hospital, Chadle Chistine, St Paul's Church, Heaton Moore, and Holy Trinity Church, Dinting Vale. In 1882 Mr. Williams left for Australia. Upon arrival in New South Wales he was engaged by Mr. John Young to take charge of the erection of the first portion of the Australian Joint Stock Bank, King and George Streets, Sydney. During the erection of the second portion of this building he was clerk of works; and for nine years he held a similar position in the office of those eminent architects - Messrs. Sulman and Power. During this period, amongst other buildings supervised were the Mutual Life Association's building, Wynyard Street; the Presbyterian churches at Randwick, Woolahra and Manly; the Thomas Walker Convalescent Hospital, Concord and St. Ann's, Church of England, Strathfield. In 1896, Mr. Williams commenced practice on his own account. From that time to December, 1905, he was architect for the Australian Joint Stock Bank; carrying out a large amount of work in various portions of the country. He was one of the Founders of the Newtown United Friendly Sociteties' Dispensary (1887), holding the secretaryship since its inauguration. He was also the architect for the new headquarters of this useful institution; the foundation of which was laid by his Excellency Admiral Sir H. H. Rawson, K.C.B., on September 27, 1902. Whilst residing at Manchester Mr. Williams, on October 19th 1876, married Miss Sarah Mather, of that city.
1924 DEATH: 9 October 1924 at 8 Erskinville Road, Newtown.
Occupation: Architect
Sex and age: Male, 76 years.
Name and occupation of father: John Williams, Building Contractor.
Name and maiden surname of mother: Mary Jones.
When and where buried: 11 October 1924, Church of England Cemetary, Rookwood.
Where born and how long in Australia: from Wrexham, North Wales and 45 years in NSW.
Place of marriage, age and to whom: Manchester, England, 28 years, Sarah Mather Cross.
Children of marriage: Susannah 44, Fanny C. 43, John M. 42, Helen B.C 40, Llewllyn E. 38, Lizzie M. 36 living. 1 male and 1 female deceased.
1924 OBITUARY: 18 October 1924, The Sydney Morning Herald Page 12
The death occurred recently of Mr. Edwin Williams, supervising architect for the Australian Bank of Commerce, at his home at Newtown, at the age of 76 years.
Mr. Williams, who was born in North Wales, came to Australia in 1882 and later commenced the practice of his profession on his own account. He was one of the founders of the Newtown United Friendly Societies' dispensary, of which he had been secretary from its establishment 37 year ago.
Mrs. Williams died 35 years ago. He has left 2 sons - Mr. Llewllyn Edwin Williams of New Zealand, and Mr. John McKenzie Williams, of the Education Department - and four daughters - Mrs. C.A. Eastway, Mrs A. Eastway, Mrs G.L. Catchlove, and Miss Williams.
The funeral took place at Rookwood.

Edwin is listed in the Sands Directory for Newtown, Sydney from 1885 when he is listed as a stone mason. In 1900 his profession in the directory changes to architect. In 1911 he acquires the Justice of the Peace designation, and in 1916 he acquires the Magnetic Water Level Co. Ltd. 
WILLIAMS, Edwin (I128)
48 1848 Slater's Lancashire list a Peter Mather, greengrocer is Ashton-under-Lyne which is mid way between Manchester and Glossop (on Ancestry) MATHER, Peter (I385)
49 1852 BIRTH: 13 June 1852 at Hollins, Pilkington, Lancashire
Father: No entry
Mother: Fanny Cross
1889 DEATH: 24 January 1889 at Prince Alfred Hospital, Camperdown.
Occupation: Domestic Duties
Sex and age: Female, 36 years.
Name and occupation of father: James Mather, Printer.
Name and maiden surname of mother: Fanny Cross.
When and where buried: 26 January 1889, Church of England Cemetary, Rookwood.
Where born and how long in Australia: from Lancashire, England and 6 years in NSW.
Place of marriage, age and to whom: Manchester, England, 24 years, Edwin Williams.
Children of marriage: Susannah S. 12, Fanny C. 10, John Mck. 8, Llewllyn E. 4, Nellie B.C. 6, Lizzie 2 living. 
MATHER, Sarah Cross (I129)
50 1856 - Police Gazette - Saturday, March 29, 1856: District of Armidale - 10s Reward
Absconded from the hired service of Mr George Morrow, near Armidale, on or about the 1st instant Ed. Allen, about 5 feet 7 inches high, stout made, fair complexion, light brown hair, aged about 35 years. A warrent is issued, and Mr Morrow offers 10s. reward for his apprehension. Information received at this Office on the 29th instant. 
MORROW, George (I203)

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