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3001 Verbal report of newspaper obituary - actual date around 10 December Fairhall, Gordon (I17841)
 
3002 Vic Registration Number 3960 Thompson, Shirley Evelyn (I21186)
 
3003 voyaged from Sydney to Canada where some of their children were already living. Although they had intended to return to Australia they became trapped in Canada by WWI Family F6791
 
3004 Walter was shown as a widower in his second marriage documents Family F2160
 
3005 Walter's entry in the 1891 Census on Ancestry.com is recorded under the name Waller J Mole with wife Sophia Mole and daughter Jessie E Mole Family F2161
 
3006 was a gunner in the Australian Infantry Forces, 4 Lt. A/A Regiment, Royal Australian Artillery (Number: NX38215) Cribb, Henry Arthur (I26965)
 
3007 was a Marine Private in the 51st Plymouth Company Browning, William (I9625)
 
3008 was a member of the 17th Lancers of Bournemouth, England Parken, Dr. Henry (I31888)
 
3009 was a pioneer of the Yass district. About 1929 he moved into Yass to reside in a home he built in Dutton Street, near the railway bridge.

Between 1905 and 1909 he took over the license of the Australian Hotel, Yass, but continued to maintain his grazing property at Wargeila.

He had the distinction of being the oldest member of the MUIOOF with 63 years membership. He was a keen cricketer in his young days and followed the game closely in later years. Of a quiet and retiring disposition he built up a big reputation for straight forward dealings and was esteemed by all that knew him 
Horton, John Joseph (I905)
 
3010 was a soldier in World War I Martin, William John (I16354)
 
3011 was a storeman in the RAAF during World War II and saw service in Borneo and Sarawak. He reached the rank of Warrant Officer New, Henry Herbert (I5999)
 
3012 was appointed to a Committee of Survey to inspect and value a bakery and windmill belonging to the creditors of John Palmer in the Government Domain. This survey was carried out Bean, James Thomas John (I132)
 
3013 was convicted of housebreaking and was sentenced to Transportation for seven years Brunkhorn, Sarah (I44600)
 
3014 was granted 80 acres at Menangle (Grant No: 507)|| The property was later called "The Beehive" Bean, James Thomas John Jnr. (I867)
 
3015 was granted 80 acres of land||In September 1824 he wrote to Sir Thomas Brisbane to say that the land was now in cultivation with the exception of a few acres and that he had fouteen head of horned cattle, and that he would request a further grant of land to support his family, which consisted of his wife and four children. He was supported in his application by William Howe and the assistant chaplain who attested to his good qualities. As Howe wrote "he and his family are remarkably industrious and respectable". Another memorial was sent on 24 November and added that he now also supported two convicts, Jacob James and John Wenham. James was successful in having his grant extended to 300 acres and received a further 200 acres in the Brisbane Waters area of Northumberland Bean, James Thomas John Jnr. (I867)
 
3016 was granted an allotment of land|| This allocation appeared in the NSW Government Gazette No. 106, page 143 Bean, James Thomas John (I132)
 
3017 was indicted for that she, on the 22nd of September, without lawful excuse had in her custody and possession two forged ?1 bank notes, she knowing them to be forged; and Another Count, that she had one other ?1 bank note, she knowing it to be forged.

To this indictment the prisoner pleaded Guilty and was sentenced to be transported for fourteen years by Mr Recorder 
Stackhouse, Mary (I43016)
 
3018 was killed in a plane crash Alderson, Arthur Edward (I41769)
 
3019 was mentioned in an item in the Sydney Gazette||concerning a burglary at the farm at Baulkham Hills Bean, James Thomas John (I132)
 
3020 was mentioned in an item in the Sydney Gazette||which read - "...... sawyers and carpenters are required for constant work at the General Hospital, who will receive adequate encouragement. Application to be made to Mr Bean at the building" Bean, James Thomas John (I132)
 
3021 was mentioned in an item in the Sydney Gazette||which read - "Wanted a quantity of prime shingles for the General Hospital. Apply to Mr Bean at the Building" Bean, James Thomas John (I132)
 
3022 was not named Crossley (I2536)
 
3023 was paid ?2.14.6||for carpentry he did at the Orphan School
(refer the King papers, Vol. IV, p. 103) 
Bean, James Thomas John (I132)
 
3024 was sent from Newgate Prison to the ship Lady Penrhyn Pile(s), Sarah Mary (I9624)
 
3025 was shown as free and a landholder Tuckwell, Richard (I10562)
 
3026 was tried in York and sentenced to life imprisonment. His age was shown as 31 years. Radley, John (I5954)
 
3027 WEDDING

On Tuesday morning, a quiet but pretty wedding was celebrated in St. Joseph?s Presbytery, GRENFELL. The Rev. Fr. McAlroy officiating when J.A., eldest son at Mr. & Mrs. J. Murray of Weddin View, Piney Range was united to Elsie Miriam, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Dean of Pullabooka.

The bride?s dress was of cream corded silk richly worked with beads and pearls. She wore the usual wreath and veil and carried a bouquet, the gift of the bridegroom?s mother. The bridesmaid was Miss Millicent Murray and Mr. Harry Nealon was best man.

After the ceremony there was an adjournment to the Criterion hotel where an elegantly prepared breakfast awaited. Mr. W. Brien proposed the toast to the health of the bride and. bridegroom - the toast being supported by Mr. Henry Nealon and responded to by the bridegroom. The bride?s present to the bridegroom was a silver shaving mug - the bridegroom?s present to the bride, a gold bangle. There was a large number of handsome gifts.

Mr. and Mrs. Murray left by the afternoon train for Sydney - numerous friends assembling at the station to see them off the usual farewell given. The bride's travelling dress was of saxe blue.

Mrs. John Murray expressed to us her gratification at the preparation and breakfast at the Criterion and appreciation of the kindness of Mr. and Mrs. Nock. 
Family F8625
 
3028 went to San Francisco Family F6870
 
3029 were living on government stores Family F21
 
3030 when 18 hours old Purnell, Roy Melbourne Waugh (I5834)
 
3031 when he was discharged as a Warrant Officer Class 2 in 1 Water Transport Wales, Beresford Winston Clive (I14460)
 
3032 when his mother remarried Clifton, Grantly Aubrey (I22075)
 
3033 When Ivy died the children were not allowed to stay with their father but were fostered by the Wallwork family, who lived a couple of doors down the street from their farther in Quakers Hill Cornwell, Ivy (I5713)
 
3034 When she became an unmarried mother, Elizabeth's father gave her some money and banished her from the family home in Rockhampton Crew, Elizabeth Mary (I31667)
 
3035 when the ship London sank on a return trip from England Shelley, Elizabeth (I915)
 
3036 when the ship London sank on a return trip from England Draper, Reverend Daniel James (I7770)
 
3037 where he stayed in Chicago for a short time before going to Westfield, Wisconsin Oxton, John (I38728)
 
3038 where she was the first interment Wilson, Mary (I693)
 
3039 where they were met by the Macarther agents who arranged temporary accommodation in the woolsheds near Sydney Cove for a few days while basic requirements were assembled, formalities completed, leases signed and notarised and transport organised. The group left Sydney Town on 19 June 1853 for the four day walk to Camden. Bullock-drawn drays transported the Macarther agents, children and goods but most of the group had to walk for four wet and miserable days in the middle of winter.

The day of their arrival at Cobbitty turned out to be brilliant sunshine and they moved in with pre-arranged established families until slab houses could be built on their selections. Over the next couple of months, both neighbours and workers from the Macarther estate helped in building and settling in of the new families 
Loiterton, Charles (I728)
 
3040 where they were met by the Macarther agents who arranged temporary accommodation in the woolsheds near Sydney Cove for a few days while basic requirements were assembled, formalities completed, leases signed and notarised and transport organised. The group left Sydney Town on 19 June 1853 for the four day walk to Camden. Bullock-drawn drays transported the Macarther agents, children and goods but most of the group had to walk for four wet and miserable days in the middle of winter.

The day of their arrival at Cobbitty turned out to be brilliant sunshine and they moved in with pre-arranged established families until slab houses could be built on their selections. Over the next couple of months, both neighbours and workers from the Macarther estate helped in building and settling in of the new families 
Buffham, Susannah (I729)
 
3041 which shows them with 485 acres of which 130 were cultivated. They also had 130 cattle Cobcroft, John Frederick (I11859)
 
3042 which was the name she used when she married Arthur Gibson. She hated the name Darlene, did not like Maude and would only answer to Doll Rutherford, Darlene Elizabeth (I32391)
 
3043 while at work Seddon, Barry (I2308)
 
3044 while giving birth to her second child Scott, Jessie Walker (I40791)
 
3045 While the Parish Register shows the marriage date as 27 February 1842, their marriage certificate has the date as 19 February 1842 Family F4605
 
3046 Wife and child appear in the 1891 census without him Bowles, Alfred Eton (I39891)
 
3047 Will dated 1678 Fairhall, John (I18112)
 
3048 William & Jane came to Australia as Bounty Immigrants (where land holders in the colony paid the fare and they worked for a period of time before becoming independant settlers). According to the shipping records both could read and write. On arrival they travelled to Bombala where they worked for Mr Duigood on his property at Mila. They later worked for Mr John Nicholson at Little Plain. They worked there for many years before moving into the township of Bombala where they resided in Young Street. William paid 27 pounds 10 shillings for his parents and siblings to come to Australia and 5 pounds for his brother Adam & wife Janet.

Jane was the Matron of Bombala Hospital for 8 years and William was a wards man at the same time 
Family F2568
 
3049 William (convict number 33/2783) was assigned to Richard Yeoman of Maitland, NSW. Richard and his brother George Yeoman were both born in the Colony and were Publicans and Farmers at Wallis Plains Coble, William O'Neill (I40977)
 
3050 William and Mary were received into the congregation on 6 July 1794 Harbour, William (I39905)
 

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