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101 ( Robert's innings was brief. ) Name: Robert Mathers Miller Birth Year: abt 1880 Age: 1 Month Death Place: Eastern Hill, Victoria
Father's name: Thos Mother's name: Elizabeth Cook Registration Year: 1881 Registration Place: Victoria Registration Number: 10323 
Miller, Robert Mathers (I54715)
102 ( Sadly died 2 days after giving birth. )
South Australian Register Adelaide Monday 26th October 1891
BIRTHS.; FEA-- On the 22nd October, at Mill-street, Adelaide, the wife of J. H. Fea, of a son
South Australian Register Adelaide Monday 26th October 1891
FEA. - On tbe 24th October, at her residence, Mill-street, Adelaide, Mary, the dearly beloved wife of John Hepburn Fea, aged 36 years
Mary died aged 36 years. She contracted Influenza & Broncho Pneumonia, and died two days after the premature birth of John Hubert.
After her death, Bessie, the eldest, stayed with her father. David, then aged 8, went to live with his Fea grandparents, then in their 70s. 
Hubert, Mary Taylor (I19429)
103 ( Sebastopol is part of Ballarat ) Swanney, Peter (I40817)
104 ( Sebastopol is part of Ballarat ) Swanney, John (I47978)
105 ( shifted to Buffalo New York ) 1915 Census : Name: Barbara B Lennie Birth Year: abt 1867 Birth Place: Scotland Age: 48 Gender: Female
Residence Place: Buffalo Ward 25, Erie Relationship: Wife Color or Race: White Number of years in US: 22 Assembly District: 02 House Number: 61R Line Number: 16 Page number: 31 Robert Lennie 48 Servant Barbara B Lennie 48 Wife Elizabeth Lennie 21 Daughter Mary I Lennie 15 Daughter
Name: Robert Lennie Gender: Male Race: White Birth Date: 28 Jan 1867 Birth Place: United Kingdom Father: William Lennie Mother: Isabelle Rosie
SSN: 122102048 Notes: Oct 1937: Name listed as ROBERT LENNIE
Name: Robert Lennie Age: 81 Birth Date: abt 1867 Death Date: 16 Dec 1948 Death Place: Buffalo, New York, USA Certificate Number: 71103
Name: Robert Lennie Gender: Male Birth 28 Jan 1867 Birth Place: South Ronaldsay Orkney Scotland Father: William Lennie Mother: Isabella Rosie
Lennie, Robert (I35029)
106 ( still alive in 1932 when her father died ) Mowat, Gladys (I16891)
107 ( the baby might be Alma ; but if so, she was actually born during the previous year. ) Leader Melbourne Saturday 10th Sept. 1887
PAPLEY - On the l7th August, at her residence Grant-street, Alexandra, the wife of James Paplay contractor and storekeeper, of a daughter.
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1916. OBITUARY.---There passed away at South Melbourne on Friday last, Miss Alma Papley, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Papley, who, until about a year ago resided in Portland. The deceased, whose health has occasioned her relatives and friends deep anxiety for a number of years, was a very general favorite, her sunny nature endearing her to all, and deep sorrow is felt at this untimely termination of a young life. The deepest sympathy is extended to her relatives, who, also, in the early days of the Gallipoli campaign, suffered the loss of their youngest son Leonard. 
Paplay, Alma Victoria (I43096)
108 ( The black clothing at the 1940 wedding and the lack of attendants, I think , was a nod of respect to the rest of society fighting in WW2. )
The Mercury (Hobart, Tas.) Friday 2 August 1940 MIDLANDS BRIDE O'Connor - Littlechild Wedding
At the little Presbyterian church at Kirklands, near Campbell Town, the wedding was celebrated quietly yesterday afternoon of Miss Nellie Marguerite (Neddie) Littlechild and Mr. Arthur Francis (Barney) O'Connor. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. A. E. Giles. The bride is the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Littlechild, Egleston, Campbell Town, and the bridegroom is the only son of Mrs. O'Connor, Melbourne, and the late Mr. Arthur O'Connor, Benham, Avoca. The bride, who was given away by her father, wore a wool larmaine ensemble in a soft shade of Arcadia blue. The frock was simply cut and the coat pintucked. Narrow pink ruching outlined the high neckline of the frock, and she wore a spray of pink orchids on the coat. Her hat and accessories were navy. The bride and bridegroom were unattended.
The bride's parents entertained at a buffet tea at Pringle's Hotel, Campbell Town. Mrs. Littlechild wore a black ensemble in a light-weight woollen material. Cut on tailored lines, the coat had panels of quilting down the front, and the frock was finished at the high neckline with white pipings. Her black felt breton hat had novelty lacings of lacquered braid on the brim, and was finished in front with a feather mount. Mrs. O'Connor also chose black for her ensemble, which was relieved with white, and her hat was black. Her daughter, Miss Deasy O'Connor, wore a musquash fur coat, with a pink frock in a light wool romaine, and her felt hat was in the same shade of pink. Mr. and Mrs. A. F. O'Connor will make their home at Benham, Avoca.
Published in The Examiner on Nov. 5, 2016
O'CONNOR Nellie Marguerite "Neddy" 3.5.1917 - 2.11.2016; Passed away peacefully. Loved wife of Barny. Mother and mother-in-law of Joan and Tony (dec.), Frank and Prue, Warwick and Mary. Adored Big Ma and Marsie of all her grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Sister-in-law of Deasy. Private cremation at her request. No condolences, please.
Littlechild, Nellie Marguerite (Neddie) (I42281)
109 ( The next part is confused. Perhaps George's wife, Agnes, died in childbirth in 1868 )
Agnes Drever Birth Year: abt 1868 Age: 6 Months Death Place: Victoria Father's name: Malcolm Duncan Mother's name: Isabella
Registration Year: 1869 Registration Place: Victoria Registration Number: 605
Death of Baby Charles Stanley. A twin ? Charles Stanley Drever Birth Year: abt 1867 Age: 1 Month Death Place: Victoria
Father's name: Bw Mother's name: George Agnes Registration Year: 1868 Registration Place: Victoria Registration Number: 5875 
Malcolm, Agnes (I825)
110 ( The obituary below is quite a moving account, I think, of the life of Elizabeth Flett, though there is no mention of the fourth sister, or of the baby brother, James Anderson Flett born on board the Indus.)
Chronicle Adelaide Sat 10 July 1926;
Miss Elizabeth Flett, whose death occurred at her residence, Brougham-place,on Thursday, was one of the early colonists of South Australia. With her mother and father, Mr. aud Mrs. William Flett, and her two sisters, she arrived at Port Adelaide in 1840, after a voyage extending over six months. Miss Flett, who was born at Edinburgh, was two years old when the family landed in this state, and her recollections of the province extended back to the earliest days. Her father was one of the first provision merchants and grocers in Adelaide, and with his family lived over the shop in Hindley street , where the business was carried on by Flett and Linklater. About 60 years ago he retired, however, and the business later on passed, into the hands of Messrs. Crawford & Co. When Mr. Flett retired he built himself a house at Brougham-place, and it was in this old world place, that Miss Flett resided at the time of her death. She was the last surviving member of her family, and for some considerable time had not gone out-side the house. In her younger days, however, she took a deep interest in church work, and was an active member of Chalmers Church, having been a teacher in the Sunday-school there for half a century. One of her most cherished possessions was a testimonial and illuminated address from her Sunday-school pupils. Both her sisters lived to a great age, and the three old ladies, who were devoted to one another, formed a wonderful link with the past. 
Flett, Elizabeth (I55779)
111 ( The ship below sailed to Victoria, but may have had a stop over in Adelaide ? ? )
Passengers from Liverpool aboard the Gulf of Mexico must have been able to disembark at any one of Adelaide, Melbourne, Sydney or Brisbane.
The newly married John, a carpenter from Scotland, and his wife, Jessie, disembarked in Adelaide.
The Advertiser Adelaide Saturday 21st December 1940, LOUTTIT. -On the 19th of December, at a private hospital, John Beattie. dearly loved
husband of Jessie Louttit. and loving father of Nell, Duncan and Jack. At rest.
John Beattie Louttit Birth Date: 1865 Death Date: 19 Dec 1940 Cemetery: Centennial Park Cemetery Burial or Cremation Place: Pasadena, Mitcham City, South Australia, Australia.
Louttit, John Beattie (I11217)
112 ( there are Josephs who died in 1911 and 1916 ) Thomas, Joseph A (I39061)
113 ( This little one got to five ; but she still died nonetheless. So sad ! ) Kate Hart Croy
Birth Year: abt 1876 Age: 5 Death Place: S Ridge, Victoria Father's name: James Mother's name: Sarah Thornton
Registration Year: 1881 Registration Place: Victoria bRegistration Number: 2829 
Croy, Kate Harrlotte P (I52524)
114 ( Thomas worked at various outback places, perhaps mines, as a labourer )
Find A Grave Index :

Name Thomas Reid Rendall
Birth Date 14 Oct. 1905, Birth Place Westray, Orkney Islands, Scotland, Death Date 6 Mar. 1964 Death Place Perth, City of Perth, Western Australia, Australia. Cemetery The Western Australian Garden of Remembrance Burial or Cremation Place Nedlands, Nedlands City, Western Australia, Australia
Thomas Reid Rendall, Birth Year: abt 1905, Age: 59, Death Place: Western Australia, Father's name: John J, Mother's name: Elizabeth
Registration Year: 1964, Registration Place: Perth, Western Australia, Registration Number: 661.
Thomas Reid Rendall in the Australia, World War II Military Service Records, 1939-1945
Thomas Reid Rendall, Birth Date: 14 Oct 1905, Birth Place: Orkney Island, Year Range: 1939 - 1948
Enlistment Place: Kalgoorlie Western Australia, Service number: W39950, Next of Kin: John Rendall, Series Description: B884: Army Citizen Military Forces
John J Rendall 14 February 1946 66 1880 first name on monument
Thomas Rendall 06 March 1964 59 1905 son of John J Rendall Died in Western Australia; Ashes interred here.
Elizabeth Rendall 09 January 1960 78 1882 wife of John J Rendall 
Rendall, Thomas Reid (I16617)
115 ( Toorak has traditionally been the most expensive suburb in Melbourne )
The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957) Saturday 25 November 1899 GIBSON-HAMILTON.-On the 24th October, at "Weston," May-road, Toorak, by the Rev. W. S. Rolland, James, youngest son of the late John Gibson, of Benambra, to Eliza S., third daughter of the Rev. S. A. Hamilton, Hay, New South Wales.
The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957) Friday 20 April 1906 GIBSON.-On the 12th April, 1906, at Benambra, Omeo Plains, Eliza Sarah, the wife of James Gibson and daughter of the late Rev. S. A. Hamilton. Name: Eliza Sarah Gibson Birth Year: abt 1864 Age: 42 Death Place: Benahbra, Victoria Father's name: Hamilton Saml Alex Mother's name: Margt Moore Reg Year: 1906 Reg Place: Victoria Reg Number: 4296 
Hamilton, Eliza Sarah (I24982)
116 ( Wallaroo is a port town on the western side of Yorke Peninsula in South Australia, 160 kilometres north-northwest of Adelaide )
Wm Wallace Drever, Birth Year: abt 1864, Age: 75, Death Place: E Cwell, Victoria, Father's name: James Drever, Mother's name: Jane Unenown
Registration Year: 1939, Registration Place: Victoria, Registration Number: 7714 ( the place-name is East Camberwell, a Melbourne suburb ) 
Drever, William Wallace (I31554)
117 (..... possibly James... )
Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald and General Advertiser Qld. Thursday 8th December 1864
A deplorable accident, causing the death by drowning of three persons, two of whom perished while heroically endeavouring to save the third,occurred in Orkney. As the Sunday packet was on ber way to Kirkwall during a severe gale of westerlywind, one of the crew, in endeavouring to reef the main sail, was struck by it and thrown overboard. Notwithstanding the storm and surf, two of the persons on board heroically resolved to make an attempt to save-the drowning man, and for that purpose launched the packet's small boat, and were bravely rowing to the spot, when a sudden sea struck the skiff, and, melancholy to relate, the two brave men fell victims to their courage, and perished with the other. One of the two was a promising young gentleman, a son of the Rev. Mr. Ingram, minister of the island of Eday, and was a medical student. The other was a son of the skipper of the packet, who had to witness the sad sight of his son perishing within a few feet of him. 
Ingram, James (I27705)
118 (...possibly this one... )
South Australian Register Tuesday 2 Oct 1894;
TULLOCH.-On the 26th September, at Waverley House, Woodville, of senile decay, William Tulloch,aged 96 years. 
Tulloch, William (I48466)
119 (accidently shot himself?) Traill, John (I58554)
120 (aparently married in Queensland, NOT Port Melb. )
Percival Wilmer Rendall, Spouse Name: April Hazel Watson, Marriage Date: 17 Jun 1915, Marriage Place: Queensland
Registration Place: Queensland, Registration Year: 1915, Registration Number: B 016931, Page Number: 1665
April Hazel Rendall Birth Year: abt 1895 Age: 72 Death Place: Kilsyth, Victoria Father's name: William Watson Mother's name: Unknown Sophia
Registration Year: 1967 Registration Place: Victoria Registration Number: 18617 
Watson, Hazel April (I29017)
121 (as result of an accident) Traill, Ellen (I58557)
122 (birth date shown above, is a baptism date)
HBC notes state that Robert arrived York Factory 25th Sept 1816 on Prince of Wales. 
Miller, Robert (I18716)
123 (British Subject) ?, Louise (I28758)
124 (female) Nicolson died on 22/08/1866 aged 5 days in Kirkwall.
Father: John Nicolson. Mother: Jessie Inkster
Informant: John Nicolson (Father) 
Nicholson, Maggie (I70593)
125 (female) Rae died on 18th March 1855 aged 10 hours in Stromness.
Father: John Rae. Mother: Janet Clouston
Informant: John Rae, father 
Rae, Female (I74803)
126 (fought in Boer War ) Boer War Nominal Roll: William Davis Croy Service Number: 1680, Rank: Private, Unit: 5th Victorian Mounted Rifles
Conflict / Operation: South Africa, 1899-1902 (Boer War) Native place: Victoria, Australia
Notes: Murray Remarks: Reported dangerously ill at Middelburg 06/05/1901; Source: Murray page number - 302 
Croy, William Davis (I48893)
127 (killed in WW1 ) Rendall Stewart 30 29/03/1917 Able Seaman Tower Hill Memorial Son Of Mr. And Mrs. George Rendall, Of Netherbrough, Westray, Orkney; UK and Commonwealth Merchant Navy Seamen Recorded as Lost on Royal Edward. BUT see below
Son of Mr and Mrs George Rendall of Netherbrough Westray Orkney.
Find a Grave has the following headstone inscription in Nairn Cemetery, Nairn, Highland, Scotland;
"In Loving Memory of George S Rendall Mate SS Ruby lost at sea 29th March 1917. Also his beloved wife Christnia S Stout who died 8th May 1967, Late of Westray. Sister Fanny S Rendall died 1st July 1972. Brother Stewart Rendall lost on SS Ruby 29th March 1917. Treasured Memories".
SS Ruby - World War I: The coaster struck a mine placed by SM UC-44 ( Imperial German Navy) and sank in the North Sea 2.5 nautical miles (4.6 km) off Auskerry Orkney Islands with the loss of six of her crew. 
Rendall, Stewart (I38154)
128 (male) Chalmers died on 30/01/1939 aged 33 hours at Fairhill, Stronsay.
Father: Arnot Macallum Chalmers. Mother: Barbara Ann Thomson
Informant: A.M. Chalmers, Father
Perinatal asphyxia (also known as neonatal asphyxia or birth asphyxia) is the medical condition resulting from deprivation of oxygen to a newborn infant. Birth asphyxia is a condition in which a baby does not receive enough oxygen before, during, or directly after birth. 
Chalmers, Male (I75481)
129 (Margaret must have died within the first year of her marriage, and within the first year of landing in New Zealand. A very short and incomplete life )
Cemetery Records Otago; Margaret Rendall formerly Draver died 16th June 1875 at East Taieri aged 22 years of consumption wife of William Rendall, a labourer. Informant William Rendall a labourer of East Taieri. Register no. 210. 
Drever, Margaret (I51799)
130 (maybe these, but probably not. Age difference seems too great. )
Mercury Hobart Saturday 10th April 1926; MILLER.-On April 8, 1926, at New Norfolk, Emmeline Charlotte, dearly beloved, wife of Hector James Miller, of Lachlan, aged 30 years.
FUNERAL NOTICES. MILLER.-Funeral of the late Mrs. Emmeline Charlotte Miller will leave Woodbridge House, at 2 p.m. This Day, arriving at St. Matthew's Church at 2.30 p.m., and after service will proceed to New Norfolk Cemetery.
The Mercury Hobart Tuesday 5th May 1953; The engagement is announced of May Alice, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Wells, Argyle
St., Hobart, to James Hector, eldest son of Mr. Hector Miller and the late Mrs. Miller, 88 Hopkins St., Moonah. (Late of Lachlan).
Disappointingly, I think that the Hector Miller who died in NSW was probably born there too, and that the Aust. Death Records have become jumbled. See below :
Hector Mcd Miller; Death Date: 1934, Death Place: New South Wales Father's name: Robert S. Mother's name: Mary; Reg Year: 1934
Reg Place: Granville, New South Wales, Reg Number: 761
Hector Mcd Miller; Birth Date: 1900, Birth Place: New South Wales, Reg Year: 1900, Reg Place: Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia
Father: Robert W C Miller; Mother: Florence E T. Registration Number: 24479 
Miller, Hector James (I42588)
131 (maybe this death ) William F Wald, Death Place: Western Australia, Reg Year: 1942, Reg Place: Perth, Western Australia, Reg Number: 1246 Wald, William Flett (I6010)
132 (maybe this John ) Name: John Linklater Birth Date: 17 Oct 1837 Birth Place: Orkney Islands, Scotland Death Date: 19 Jan 1920 Death Place: Maryborough, Fraser Coast Region, Queensland, Australia Cemetery: Maryborough Cemetery Burial or Cremation Place: Maryborough, Fraser Coast Region, Queensland, Australia Spouse: Lavinia Linklater Children: Eliza Jame Linklater
( most likely both marriage records below ) Name: John Linklater Spouse Name: Olivia Lavinia Hicks Marriage Date: 02 Jan 1858 Marriage Place: Queensland Registration Place: Queensland Registration Year: 1859 Registration Number: 000285 Page Number: 8670
Name: John Linklater Spouse Name: Olivia L Hicks Marriage Date: 1858 Marriage Place: New South Wales Registration Place: Maryboroughiwide Bay, New South Wales Registration Year: 1858 Registration Number: 2138
Another possibility is; 14th Jul 1880 aged 43 years, drowned at sea, ship Allahabad. 
Linklater, John (I6655)
133 (maybe this Malcolm ) Name: Malcolm Louttit Birth Date: 21 Oct 1868 Death Date: 17 Aug 1911 Death Place: Western Australia, Australia
Cemetery: Coolgardie Cemetery Burial or Cremation Place: Coolgardie, Coolgardie Shire, Western Australia, Australia 
Louttit, Malcolm (I10817)
134 (maybe this Peter ) Orkney and Shetland American March 1892; Irvine - At Bristol, Sandwick, Orkney, on the 27th Jan., Catherine Irvine, relict of the late Peter Irvine, aged 86 years. Irvine, Peter (I41457)
135 (maybe this shipping record with an unrelated John )
GROAT John 20 Boanerges 1857 Sydney and/or Newcastle; GROAT William 20 Boanerges 1857
( maybe this death below from heat exhaustion ) Evening News Sydney Mon 17th Feb 1896
Deaths from Heat. BRISBANE, Monday.-- News has reached the Police Department, Brisbane...... two miners, and old residents of Cloncurry - William McLachlan and William Groat - died at Cloncurry last week, all said to be from heat apoplexy. 
Groat, William (I44076)
136 (maybe this wedding ) The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW Saturday 13th Jan 1923
TULLOCH-NANCE. - December 9, 1922, at Thornleigh Presbyterian Church, by Rev. A. M. Ogilvie, Hugh Tulloch, of Orkney Isles, to Grace Mary, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Nance, Mellinga, Normanhurst. 
Tulloch, Hugh (I52759)
137 (Metis) Louttit, John Jacques (I44921)
138 (moved after marriage to Adelaide)
The Mercury Hobart Wednesday 26th January 1949; Sandy Bay Bride Wears Pearl Grey Frock With Burgundy Accessories.
A PEARL grey crepe frock, with burgundy accessories, was worn by Dorothy Roberts for her marriage with Lindsay Miller at Sandy Bay on Saturday. THE bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Roberts, Regent St., Sandy Bay, and the bridegroom is the son of Mrs. D. Miller, Queenstown. The ceremony was held at the home of the bride's parents, and the Rev. G. T. Goldsmith officiated.
The bride was attended by her sister, Miss Marjorie Roberts. Mr. B. Jaap was best man. Mr. and Mrs. Miller will spend their honeymoon at Glenelg (S.A.), and will live in Adelaide.
There is a WW2 record, naval reserve 1942, for Lindsay Robert Miller b. 4 June 1918, next of kin father Robert, living at Queenstown, then Sandy Bay. 
Miller, Lindsay Robert (I24822)
139 (Nat Brit subject) Jonston, John Paul (I30740)
140 (Nettleter) (Garth Corston) Louttit, John (I18463)
141 (Nettleter) (Will of 1775) Louttit, Thomas (I14897)
142 (Nislaben) Corrigal poss. teacher Louttit, James (I29245)
143 (Nisthouse) (Appishouse land in D/Brough) Louttit, Magnus (I11313)
144 (Notes courstesy of OFHS: Also recorded in Sib Folk as: Peter Smith & Maggie Ann Flett) born illegitimate. Flett, Peter (I67567)
145 (NZ BDM (Deaths) 1941/22114, aged 71). Craigie, Mary Ann (I74786)
146 (Pacific Heritage Cemetery) Spence, Mary Liddle (I53274)
147 (possibly this man's death. Can find no further information )
William Harcus; Birth Year: abt 1835, Age: 22, Death Date: 30 Mar 1857, Death Place: Adelaide, Residence Place: Adelaide
Registration Place: Adelaide, South Australia, Page Number: 187, Volume Number: 5 
Harcus, William (I46137)
148 (possibly this W.A. marriage quite late in life ) Name: Harriet C Wright Marriage Place: Western Australia Registration Place: Perth, Western Australia Registration Year: 1918 Registration Number: 139 Wright, Harriet Catherine (I22392)
149 (Queensland must have been still officially part of NSW until the late 1850s. )
On 6 June 1859 Queen Victoria signed Letters Patent to form the colony of Queensland. A proclamation was read by George Bowen on 10 December 1859 whereupon Queensland was formally separated from New South Wales.
John Linklater, Spouse Name: Olivia Lavinia Hicks, Marriage Date: 02 Jan 1858, Marriage Place: Queensland
Registration Place: Queensland, Registration Year: 1859, Registration Number: 000285, Page Number: 8670
John Linklater, Spouse Name: Olivia L Hicks, Marriage Date: 1858, Marriage Place: New South Wales
Registration Place: Maryborough wide Bay, New South Wales, Registration Year: 1858 Registration Number: 2138
Olivia Lavinia Linklater, Death Date: 08 Feb 1927, Death Place: Queensland, Father's name: George Hicks
Mother's name: Eliza Ridout
Registration Year: 1927
Registration Place: Queensland
Registration Number: B000308
Page Number: 1037 
Hicks, Olivia Lavinia (I53276)
150 (recorded many years later in her mother's obituary as " Josie " )
Portland Guardian (Vic) Monday 10 April 1905 p 2 Article; OBITUARY.-We regret having to record a sad bereavement to Mr and Mrs Paplay of this town, through the death of a bright little daughter yesterday. The little one, who was a general favorite, had only been ill for about a week. 
Paplay, Mary Josepha (I74)

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