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10901 The Argus Melbourne Thursday 1st Feb. 1883; TAIT-ELLIS.-On the 24th ult., at South Yarra, by the Rev. H. Tucker, Andrew Smellie, seventh son of the late Robert Tait, of Deerness, Orkney, Scotland, to Kate Eleanor, second daughter of Thomas Ellis,
contractor, Chapel-street, South Yarra. 
Tait, Andrew Smellie (I32337)
 
10902 The Argus Melbourne Thursday 26th Feb 1914;
YARRA, COLLISION. COOGEE AND BOMBALA DECK FALLS ON PASSENGERS. WONDERFUL ESCAPES. .
A serious collision occurred in the Yarra yesterday between the bay steamer Coogee and the Howard Smith liner Bombala. The stanchions supporting the boat deck of the Coogee were wrenched away, causing the whole of the deck to collapse, but none of the passengers was seriously injured. Among the injured are the following: Miss. MARIA MILLER, Gowan Brae, Teesdale, fractured nose and severe shock.

Geelong Advertiser Monday 5th August 1918; MILLER.-On the 4th August, at Private Hospital, Caulfield, Maria, dearly loved second daughter of Mary and the late David Miller, of Gowan Brae, Teesdale. Underneath are the everlasting arms. The funeral is appointed to leave her mother's residence, Gowan Brae, on Tuesday, August 6th, at 2 p.m. for the Teesdale Cemetery. Friends please accept this intimation.
 
Miller, Maria (I19480)
 
10903 The Argus Melbourne Thursday 30th June 1932; DREVER -On the 29th June, at Austin Hospital, Joseph (Toby) loved son of James Nairn& the late Margaret Drever, of 4 Goulburn street, Yarraville, and loved brother of William, George, May (Mrs Innis), Samuel (dec), Frederick, James, Charles, Ernest, Catherine (Mrs Goddard, N.S.W), Margaret (deceased),David (deceased), and Hector, aged 39 years.At rest (Interstate papers please copy)
 
Drever, Joseph (I33203)
 
10904 The Argus Melbourne Tuesday 10th July 1855; MARRIED. On the 26th ult., at Napier-street, Collingwood, by the Rev. Robert Hamilton, Stephen Muir to Anne, daughter of Alexander Mainland, Rousay, Orkney Islands.
Steph Muir; Birth Year: abt 1827, Age: 81, Death Place: South Melbourne, Victoria, Father's name: Muir Jno
Mother's name: Jean Dennison, Registration Year: 1908, Registration Place: Victoria, Registration Number: 3077
 
Muir, Stephen (I34704)
 
10905 The Argus Melbourne Tuesday 11th July 1950, ISBISTER.-On July 10, at the Royal Melbourne Hospital George Alexander Isbister (of 144 Empress avenue Kingsville) the dearly loved husband of the late Ellen Elizabeth and loving father of George, Barbara, Helen, Robert, and Jean aged 73 years - Mother and father reunited.
ISBISTER. -On July 10, George Alexander dearly beloved father of Jean, father-in- law of Wallace grandfather of John Sandra and Wendy -
Peacefully sleeping
ISBISTER. -On July 10, at Royal Melbourne Hospital George Alexander dearly loved father of Barbara -Mother and father re-united
ISBISTER.-On July 10, at Royal Melbourne Hospital George Alexander loved father and father-in law of Geoge and Lorna -R I P
 
Isbister, George Alexander (I41263)
 
10906 The Argus Melbourne Tuesday 12th January 1943;
MILLER.-On January 11, at Royal Melbourne Hospital. John Omand beloved husband of Harriett, loving father of Nellie (Mrs. Lacy Albury), Leslie (A.I.F.). Elsie (Mrs Mortlock. Woomelang); grandfather of Leslie, Ted. Jean, and Pet. aged 68 years.
MILLER.-On January 11. John Omand,loved son of the late William and Eliza Miller, loved brother of Mrs. Munro, William (deceased), Mrs. Cree, Mrs. Williams, Peter (deceased), Edevln, Mrs. Carter, Bert (deceased). 
Miller, John Omand (I6672)
 
10907 The Argus Melbourne Tuesday 24th July 1923; ISBISTER.-On the 23rd July at his residence, 277 Barkly Street, East Brunswick, Alexander,
husband of the late Annie Isbister, loved father of Mrs. J. S. Johnson, Mrs. L. Hayfield, William, Albert, Alick and the late John Isbister, aged 86 years.
ISBISTER--The Friends of the late Mr. ALEXANDER ISBISTER are respectfully invited to follow his remains to the place of interment, the
Melbourne General Cemetery, Carlton.
The Argus Melbourne Tuesday 24th July 1923; ISBISTER.-On the 23rd July at his residence, 277 Barkly Street, East Brunswick, Alexander,
husband of the late Annie Isbister, loved father of Mrs. J. S. Johnson, Mrs. L. Hayfield, William, Albert, Alick and the late John Isbister, aged 86 years.
ISBISTER--The Friends of the late Mr. ALEXANDER ISBISTER are respectfully invited to follow his remains to the place of interment, the
Melbourne General Cemetery, Carlton, The funeral will leave his residence, 277 Barkly street, East Brunswick, THIS DAY (Tuesday, 24th July, at 2 o'clock. R. ROBINSON, Undertaker, Brunswick street, North Fitzroy. Tel., Northcote 618.
Alexander Isbister, Birth Year: abt 1837, Age: 86, Death Place: Brunswick, Victoria, Father's name: Wm Isbister Mother's name: Jessie Stockham, Registration Year: 1923, Registration Place: Victoria, Registration Number: 9153
 
Isbister, Alexander Stockan (I32933)
 
10908 The Argus Melbourne Tuesday 26th May 1931; DREVER.---On the 24th May, at her residence,No. 4 Goulburn street, Yarraville, Margaret, be- loved wife of James N Drever, and loved mother of Willam, George, May (Mrs Innes), Margaret(deceased), Charles, James, Samuel (deceased), John, Joseph, Frederick, Thomas, Hector, Catherine (Mrs. Goddard), and David (deceased), also loved sister of Mrs. J. Joyce and Mrs. Hansford (Yarraville), in her 69th year.
Record Emerald Hill Victoria Saturday 30th May 1931; Another well-known identity of former years in the person of Margaret Drever, wife of Jas. N. Drever, passed away on May 24. She was in her 69th year, and had been an invalid for some years. Her family is well known in Port Melbourne, and the name is among Port Melbourne's oldest residents. The remains were interred in the Footscray Cemetery.
Margt Drever[Margaret Drever] Birth Year: abt 1863 Age: 68 Death Place: Footscray, Victoria Father's name: Wm Lowrey Mother's name: Ann Devett Registration Year: 1931 Registration Place: Victoria Registration Number: 5121 
Lowery, Margaret (I33202)
 
10909 The Argus Melbourne Tuesday 30th August 1898, The death is announced of Mr. William Horne, of Anniedale, near Allansford, one of the early settlers in this district. He was 70 years of age.
Wm Horne; Birth Year: abt 1828, Age: 70, Death Place: Allansford, Victoria, Father's name: Horne Donald, Mother's name: Esther Mowat
Registration Year: 1898, Registration Place: Victoria, Registration Number: 10397
 
Horne, William (I35999)
 
10910 The Argus Melbourne Tuesday 30th Sept 1947, MILLER.-On September 29. at a private hospital. Geelong Ewena Ferguson, dearly beloved wife of the late William Miller (of Gowan-Brae, Teesdale), and loving mother of Ena (Mrs. J C. Hawken) and Keith.
MILLER.-On September 29, at Geelong, Ewena Ferguson, the beloved daughter of the late Archibald and Ann Mackinnon. and dearly loved sister of Lachlan (deceased). Annie F. (Mrs. Patterson, deceased), Marion (deceased). John (Casterton). Archibald (deceased). Hector (deceased), and Florence (Mrs. Feddersen. Coburg).
 
McKinnon, Ewena Ferguson (I19482)
 
10911 The Argus Melbourne Tuesday 5th Dec 1933; JUDICIAL AND LAW NOTICES. AFTER the expiration of fourteen days from the publication hereof Arthur Norman Towns of Bracknell in the State of Tasmania, farmer Robert Bayles Littlechild of Campbell Town in the said State grazier, and Herbert Walter Fyle in the said will called Herbert W. Fyle of Western Junction in the said State, station master,the executors of the will (dated the twenty second day of December 1927) of HENRY TOWNS late of Launceston in the said State Gentleman deceased will apply to the Supreme Court of the State of Victoria in Its Probate Jurisdiction that the Seal of the Supreme Court of the said State of Victoria may be affixed to the Probate of the said will granted to the said executors by the Supreme Court of the said state of Tasmania in its Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction on the second day of June 1933. Dated this fifth day of December 1933. D BRUCE TUNNOCK 443 Little Collins street, Melbourne, proctor for the applicants.
Examiner Launceston Thursday 28th April 1949
NOTICE is hereby given that the following Candidates have this day been declared duly elected as Councillors of the above-named.Municipality:
EAST WARD-Arthur Crosby CarmichaelLyne. WEST WARD-Robert Bayles Littlechild. CENTRAL WARD--Lister Dowbiggin Foster.
Dated at Campbell Town this 23rd day of April, 1949.
 
Littlechild, Robert Bayles (I26983)
 
10912 The Argus Melbourne Wed. 10 Dec 1924
BROWN.- On the 9th December, at Melbourne,
George William Brown, beloved uncle of James Louttit and cousin of Barbara, Arthur, and George Hocking, Camberwell, aged 62 years, late of St. Margaret' s Hope, Orkney Islands late of Myer's Pty. Ltd.
 
Brown, George William (I2677)
 
10913 The Argus Melbourne Wednesday 10th May 1922; TWEDDLE-RENDELL.-On the 15th March, 1922, at the Methodist Church, Nathalia, by the Rev.
F. C. Pallot, Joseph Allan, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Tweddle, of "Helensvale," Yalca South, to Mary Agnes Edna, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rendell, of "Longfield," Yielima
 
Rendell, Mary Agnes Edna (I34835)
 
10914 The Argus Melbourne Wednesday 17th March 1948; MILLER.-On March 16. at Barnawartha, Margaret, the dearly loved aunt of Daisy Eckhoff. in her 89th year.
The Age Melbourne Wednesday 17th March 1948; MILLER.-- On March 10, at Barnawartha. Margaret, the dearly loved aunt of Daisy Eckhoff. In her 89th year. (Barnawartha is west of the Albury-Wobonga Region in the very north of Victoria. )
 
Miller, Margaret (I6669)
 
10915 The Argus Melbourne Wednesday 8th October 1941; MILLER - On October 7, at a private hospital, Geelong. William the dearly loved husband of Ewena Miller of Gowan Brae, Teesdale, and devoted father of Ewena (Mrs J. C. Hawken , Pascoe Vale), and Keith aged 76 years. Reg Number: 3567
 
Miller, William (I19478)
 
10916 The Argus Melbourne, Vic Wednesday 12th June 1872; MILLER.-On the 4th inst., at Skipton, Mrs. Peter Miller of a son.
(Skipton is a Victorian town, south-west of Ballarat). 
Miller, John Peter (I6684)
 
10917 The Argus Melbourne, Vic. Monday 5 August 1940; DEATH OF PIONEER ARARAT -Mr John Seater, oldest resident of the town and one of the last remaining links with the early days of the gold rush his died at the age of 90.A native of the Orkney Islands he came to Australia with his parents in 1855. He lived in Ararat practically all his life.
The Horsham Times (Vic. : 1882 Tuesday 6th August 1940
SEATER.-After 80 years' residence in Ararat, Mr. John Seater, who held the distinction of being the oldest resident of that town, passed away at the Ararat Hospital on Friday morning. Having reached 90 years of age, deceased was probably the last remaining member of that splendid band of colonists who came out from the old country in the middle of last century at the call of gold. Born in the Orkney Islands, deceased came out to Australia as a child of four years old with his father and mother in 1855. Mr. Seater,sen., was a schoolmaster in the old country. Shortly after arriving in Ararat at the time of the gold rush, Mrs.Seater, sen., died and her son was sent to Melbourne to the care of an aunt. He returned to Ararat at the age of 14 years, and spent practically the rest of his life there. Mr. John Seater's first adventures in the industrial life of Ararat was as an employee of Thomas' hay and corn store. For a time he was engaged as a lorry driver at Stawell and afterwards returning once more to Ararat he worked at Laby's flour mill until it was destroyed by fire. In latter years he took up carting, and was an active worker with his horse and dray until he passed his 78th year. The funeral took place at the Ararat Cemetery.
 
Seater, John (I763)
 
10918 The Argus Mon 22 August 1904
TULLOCH.-On the 19th August, at her late residence, "Orkney," Morwell, after a short sudden illness, Hannah, the beloved wife of William Tulloch, and mother of Christina, Robert, James, Samuel, and John, aged 60 years. Deeply regretted.
Hazelwood Cemetery
h0478 Tulloch 80 Elizabeth (-Cherry) 1918 1918 80 William Pres A
h0478 Tulloch 69 William 1906 1906 69 Elizabeth Pres A
h0834 Tulloch 60 Hannah (-Morrow) 1904 1904 60 William Ang B
h0834 Tulloch 30 John David (K.I.A.) 1916 1916 Ang B
h0834 Tulloch 70 William 1919 1919 70 Hannah Ang B
 
Morrow, Hannah (I31643)
 
10919 The Argus Mon. 16th Nov. 1953 FIRTH, William - On November 15, at Somerville only son of the late William and Ann Firth, loving brother of Jean (Mrs Gomm), Margaret Mary (Mrs Biggs, deceased), and Kate Elsie and nephews William and George Gomm, and Les Biggs .
 
Firth, William (I44708)
 
10920 The Argus Sat 29th August 1927; MUNTZ (nee Ella Rendall) -On the 17th August, Ella, dearly loved fifth daughter of Walter and Margaret Rendall (Longfield), Yielima, loving sister of Ethel, Andom, late Linda Stella, David, Florrie, Reg, Harry, Oscar, Edna, Harold, Deeply mourned.
 
Rendell, Ella Helen (I34834)
 
10921 The Argus Saturday 31st July 1880, MUIR. -On the 22nd inst., at Newry Street, North Fitzroy, the wife of Stephen Muir of a daughter.
The Argus Melbourne Saturday 4th Feb 1888; MUIR. -On the 29th ult., at Newry-house, Newry- street, North Fitzroy, the wife of Stephen Muir jun. of a son.
 
Stone, Elizabeth Maryann (I35668)
 
10922 The Argus Saturday 5th August 1922, SOUTTER-RENDALL.-On the 8th July, by Rev. J. Trathan, James Alexander, second son of the late Mr. and Mrs. William Soutter, of Omeo Plains, to Violet Mary (Queenie), eldest daughter of Mrs. James Rendall and the late James Rendall, of Port Melbourne.
Argus Melbourne Friday 5th Dec. 1947, SOUTTER (Rendall). - On December 4, at Benambra, Queenie, eldest daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. J. Rendall, Graham street, Port Melbourne, loved sister of Myrtle (Tasmania), Ruby, Linda, and Warren. Sweet rest.
 
Rendall, Violet Mary (Queenie) (I33728)
 
10923 The Argus Saturday Melbourne 18 March 1933;
SPENCE-On the 10th March (suddenly), private hospital Heidelberg, passed on to a higher life. David Guthrie, eldest beloved son of the late David Guthrie and Isabella Fraser Spence, late of Daylesford, and loving brother of Isabella, Davina, James (deceased) Jane (deceased) Charles (deceased) John (deceased), Annie, Willie (deceased), Lizzie (deceased). Emily, Arch, and Bob.
SPENCE.- The Friends of the late Mr. DAVID GUTHRIE SPENCE. of Powelltown, are respectfully notified that his funeral will leave. Chas. P. Frilay Pty. Lld.'s Chapel, 28 Blyth-street, Brunswick. TO-MORROW (Thursday ) 20th March, at 10 o'clock a.m., for the. Fawkner Cemetery.
CHAS. P. FRILAY PTY.LTD., 201 Lonsdale-street, And 23 Blyth-street, Brunswick. Phone Cent., 5420.
 
Spence, David Guthrie (I32089)
 
10924 The Argus Tuesday 17th August 1858; On the 13th inst., at Moorooduc, of phthisis, Mr.James Wick Tait, aged 20 years.
Friends will please accept this intimation.
 
Tait, James Wick (I32339)
 
10925 The article may be referring to this Gilbert Gaudie or perhaps a Shetland Gilbert Gaudie. more research needed.
Albury Banner and Wodonga Express Friday 8 August 1913; A 1000-year-old bracelet, made of gold was found by a boy on the island of Oxna,
Shetland, recently. Mr. Gilbert Goudie, at the monthly meeting of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, held in the Museum, Edinburgh, told the interesting story of the bracelet which has been acquired by the museum. Mr. Goudie related how the bracelet had come to light on a bare spot which had been scalped over and over again to provide extra soil for adjacent arable land worn out by prolonged cultivation, and by its glitter in the sunlight had attracted the attention of the boy playing near. It is of solid gold, 2 and a half inches in width in interior diameter at its greatest width, and it weighs 964 grains troy. It is formed of four strands of metal finely polished, and interplaited in a continuous circular chain. In workmanship it compares with certain armlets and necklets of silver, part of a hoard of objects found in1858 at Skaill, in Orkney, but otherwise it
is unique as being the only object of gold of this intertwisted pattern that is so far known to have been found in the country, though a very limited number are preserved in the archaeological collections of Sweden, Norway, and Denmark. As a product of the late iron age of the Viking times, the date of its manufacture may be between 700 and 1000 A.D. 
Gaudie, Gilbert Louttit (I45556)
 
10926 The Auld Kirk
I sometimes think of the friends I knew, Of my corner seat in the family pew,
And, I must confess, shed a tear or two
For my dear auld kirk.
I used to go there in sun and rain, The sweetest of memories still remain;
I wonder if e'er I'll see it again
Oh, my dear auld kirk!
It seemed like a bit of heaven to me, To forget life's worries awhile, and be
Refreshed and strengthened anew by Thee.
In my dear auld kirk.
EFFIE SKETHEWAY. Sent by 'DOREEN.'
Name: Ellen S D Sketheway, Marriage Date: 1907, Marriage Place: New South Wales, Registration Place: Broken Hill, New South Wales
Registration Year: 1907 Registration Number: 10180
( Presumably a short marriage, after which Ellen must have re-assumed her maiden name. )
The Advertiser Adelaide Wed. 22nd Dec 1909; A FAMILY SQUABBLE.
A peculiar action for damages was heard in the Small Debts Court today. A family squabble resulted in the furniture, which was in the house occupied by Adolph Meier, being forcibly removed by his brother-in-law, T. W. Sketheway. Meier sued Sketheway for damages for invading his house. He was awarded 50/ damages, with costs and witnesses' fees.
 
Skethway, Ellen Sophia Davidson (I43121)
 
10927 The Australasian (Melbourne, Vic) Saturday 3 August 1912 DISHON-FORBES.-On the 29th June, at Harrow by the Rev. H. J. Carr, John James, second son of the late John Laughton and Mrs. Dishon, of Tooan East, to Annie Barbara, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Forbes, of Harrow.
 
Dishan, John James (I46453)
 
10928 The Australasian Melbourne Sat 13th March 1897, FLETT.-On the 7th March, at her sister-in-law's residence, Pomona, Alexandra-street, East St.
Kilda, Ann, relict of the late James Flett, of Port Melbourne, late of Corie Lynn, Nelson-road, South Melbourne, and Warragul, aged 69 years.
A colonist of 44 years.
Ann Flett, Birth Year: abt 1828, Age: 69, Death Place: St Kilda, Victoria, Father's name: Louttit Jas, Mother's name: Ann Corigale.
Registration Year: 1897, Registration Place: Victoria, Registration Number: 3324
 
Louttit, Ann (I36905)
 
10929 the Australasian Melbourne Sat. 19th Dec 1903; TULLOCH.-On the 7th December, at "Fernlea,"
Morwell, Gippsland, the wife of James Tulloch, a son. Both doing well.
 
Tulloch, Son (I35966)
 
10930 The Australasian Melbourne Saturday 7th April 1906, GIBSON.-On the 4th March 1906 at Omeo. David Gibson, of Bindi, third son of the late
John Gibson, Omeo Plains.
 
Gibson, David (I37593)
 
10931 The Australasian Melbourne Saturday 14th April 1894; Flett.-On the 22nd ult, Jane Spence, the beloved wife of David Flett, Groundwater Farm, Moonambel, and mother of H. B.. Flett, New Zealand, and Mrs. C. Green, Mrs. C. A. Brandt, and Mrs. W. Rendell, Victoria, aged 82 years and five months. Orkney papers please copy.
 
Wood, Jane Spence (I28245)
 
10932 The Australasian Melbourne Saturday 23rd August 1902; HOURIE.-On the 13th August, at Kalgoorlie, W.A. (accidentally killed), Albert, the son of
Sarah and the late John Hourie, aged 23 years, late of Clunes.
 
Hourie, Albert William (I41299)
 
10933 The Australasian Melbourne Saturday 30th June 1883 The Melbourne charities will benefit very largely by the bequests which have been made by Mr. John Linay, who died recently at Hobart, whilst on a short visit for the benefit of his health to Tasmania. Firth, Malcolm (I34335)
 
10934 The Australasian Melbourne Saturday 7th Nov 1874; LOUTIT-JOHNSTON.-On the 21st October, at Mount Gambier, by the Rev. B. A. Caldwell, William F.Loutit, of Auburn, to Agnes, fifth daughter of John Johnston, Blue Lake Cottage, Mount Gambier

The Advertiser Adelaide Monday 20 May 1935;
LOUTIT.-On the 17th May. at her residence, Young street, North Unley. Agnes J .widow of William Flett Loutit, aged 83 years. 
Johnston, Agnes (I32537)
 
10935 The Australasian Melbourne Saturday 8th June 1907; EVILLE-SWANEY.-On the 22nd May, 1907, at Cairns Memorial Church, East Melbourne, by
the Rev. John Gray, M.A., B.D., Ernest Arthur, youngest son of the late James Eville, of Melbourne, to Annie Maude, youngest -daughter of the late Peter Fairbairn Swaney, of Orkney Isands, Scotland, and stepdaughter of Mr. A. Steel, of Melbourne.
 
Eville, Arthur (I35339)
 
10936 The Australasian Sketcher with Pen and Pencil (Melbourne, Monday 21st Sept. 1885; TAIT.- On the 1st inst., at 115 Graham-street, Port Melbourne, David, the beloved younger son of David Tait, aged 21 years and six months.
The Argus Wed 2nd Sept 1885. TAIT.-On the 1st inst., at 115 Graham-street, Port Melbourne, David, the beloved younger son of David Tait, aged 21 years and six months. Funeral Notices.
THE Friends of Mr. DAVID TAIT are invited tofollow the remains of his late youngest son, David, to the place of interment in the Melbourne
General Cemetery. The funeral is appointed to move from his residence, No. 115 Graham-street, Port Melbourne, tomorrow (Thursday, 3rd inst.), at half-past 2.
 
Tait, David (I33818)
 
10937 The Bacchus Marsh Express Saturday 28th July 1888, DEATH., FLETT.-At Ballan, on the 17th July, 1888, David Flett, formerly of the Pentland Hills, aged 49 years.
Name: David Flett, Birth Year: abt 1839, Age: 49, Death Place: Ballan, Victoria, Father's name: Magnus, Mother's name: Ellen Tait
Registration Year: 1888, Registration Place: Victoria, Registration Number: 8285.
The Bacchus Marsh Express Saturday 28th July 1888; The many friends of the late Mr. David Flett will regret to hear of his death. which took place at Bradshaw's Creek, near Ballan, on Tuesday 17th inst. Mr. Flett has been a resident of this district for about twenty-five years, having arrived at the Pentland Hills about 1863, where he settled down on a farm. which he held until a few years ago, when he removed to Ballan. He was much respected as an industrious, steady member of the community, and a straightforward and kind. hearted man. He leaves a widow and young family behind him. During the last few months he had suffered intensely from cancer, from which malady he died, and which he bore with great fortitude and patience.
 
Flett, David (I40144)
 
10938 The Ballarat Star Friday 7th June 1918; EX-CONSTABLE'S DEATH.After a Iong and paiful illness, Mr Charles Gutcher, ex-constable of police, died at his residence on Thursday morning. The deceased, who was born at Moliagul, near Dunolly, joined the force 30 years ago, and was during the intervening term stationed at North Carlton, Yendon, and Smythesdale. He retired from the force four years ago through ill-health, and since then had been resident in Smythesdale. He was highly respected by all who knew him, and deep sympathy is extended to his widow and two sisters, who are left to mourn their loss.The funeral is to take place to-day (Friday), and will leave his late residence at 2 p.m. Gutcher, Charles Alexander (I32695)
 
10939 The Ballarat Star Monday 22nd October 1917; STRUCK WITH AN IRON BAR.MAN'S SKULL FRACTURED. Melbourne. Sunday.
John Isbister, aged 44 years, a traveller, living at Whitehall Place, Yarravalle. was admitted into the Melbourne Hospitail last night in a critical
condition, with his skull fractured. It was reported that he had been struck on the head with an iron bar by a sailor during a quarrel.
Weekly News Yarraville Saturday 2nd March 1918; Benefit Concert On Wednesday last, at the Victor theatre, a benefit picture and gift night, in aid of Mr J. Isbister, of Yarraville, was held. Mr.Isbister, it will be remembered, was injured in an altercation which took place recently. So severely injured was he that he has since been unable to follow his occupation, A few weeks ago, gold wire was inserted through Mr. Isbister's jaws. This was the cause of a blow on the head, A large crowd attended the function on Wednesday to show their practical sympathy,.. The committee already have 30 pounds in hand. The drawing for the prizes will take place during the coming week, and be published in next Saturday's issue.
 
Isbister, John Francis (I41261)
 
10940 The Ballarat Star Saturday 29 June 1907; MARYBOROUGH. DEATH OF A RESPECTED RESIDENT.
Profound surprise and regret were expressed throughout the town when it became known that Mr David C. Balfour,a well known and highly respected citizen, had passed away: Deceased was suddenly stricken down with pleurisy on Saturday evening last. Pneumonia, supervened, and despite all that medical aid could do, he rapidly sank. He was manager of a large battery and cyanide works here, was a past Grand Master of the M.U.I.O.O.F. and an ex-president of the local Debating Club. 'Deceased was 44 years of age, and leaves a widow and four children. 
Balfour, David Charles (I32822)
 
10941 The Ballarat Star Thursday 21st May 1903; OBITUARY NOTICES
The funeral of Mrs Ann Downey, wife of Mr William Downey, of Clarendon, took place yesterday, and was very largely attended. Her remains were interred in the Buninyong Cemetery. ( Clarendon is a little place just outside Ballarat )
Ann Downey, Birth Year: abt 1828, Age: 75, Death Place: Clarendon, Victoria
Father's name: Sinclair Jas, Mother's name: Cath Drewer, Registration Year: 1903, Registration Place: Victoria, Registration Number: 5160
 
Sinclair, Ann (I19292)
 
10942 The Ballarat Star Tues. 1st Jan. 1924; BAIRNSDALE. MOTOR ON FIRE.
While attending the Church of England service at Swift’s Creek, Mr John Hollands nearly lost his new motor-car by fire. Before entering the hall
where the service was being held, Mr Douglas Gibson, of Benambra, who was accompanying Mr Holland, threw his motor coat (in the pocket of which was a pipe which he had been smoking) over the back of the seat. Shortly afterwards Mr Flynn, who was passing by, noticed smoke issuing from the car, and rushed into the hall to acquaint the owner of the fact. It was discovered that the ashes from the pipe had ignited the coat. The upholstery of the seat of the car was burned. The timely action of Mr Flynn in giving the alarm saved not only Mr Holland’s car, but probably that of Mr D. Johnston also, as the two cars were standing very close to each other.
Jno Douglas Gibson Birth Date: Abt 1904 Birth Place: Benambra, Victoria Registration Year: 1904 Registration Place: Victoria, Australia
Father: J?? Gibson Mother: Elizth Sarah Hamilton Registration Number: 15491
 
Gibson, John Douglas (I37632)
 
10943 The Ballarat Star Tuesday 10th October 1899; An arrest on a charge of unlawful assault was made by Plain-clothes Constable Montague last night, the accused being a young man named Denis Hingston, a miner, aged 29 years. It is alleged that the accused committed the offence in the bar of the Red Lion hotel, Main road. Mr Jacob Lemp, baker, of Main road, was in the bar talking about the Transvaal crisis with a number of friends, when Hingston, who had taken no part in the conversation, suddenly struck him. A scuffle ensued, and the accused threw Lemp out of the bar. Constable Mohtague happened to be near at hand, and immediately arrested Hingston.
The Argus Melbourne Friday 3rd Feb. 1905 BALLARAT AND DISTRICT. Frederick Waterson was on Thursday charged it the City Court with assaulting a baker named Jacob Lemp and robbing him of a watch. Detective Rogerson stated that the offence was committed on January 7 and while witness and Detective Armstrong were making inquiries they found that the accused had attempted to pawn the watch.
 
Lemp, Jakob (I35298)
 
10944 The Ballarat Star Tuesday 17th Sept. 1918, NAPOLEONS. KILLED IN ACTION.
Mr and Mrs Albert Drever, of this place, received the sad news from the Defence Department last Friday that their third son, Private James Drever, had been killed in action in France The late Pte. Drever, who was about 20 years of age at the time of his death, was a tall, well built specimen of Australian manhood. He enlisted over 12 months ago, and has been in the fighting line ever since his arrival in France. Much regret is expressed locally for the death of such a brave young soldier, and much sympathy is felt with the bereaved relatives, who are very numerous in this district, and are all well-known and highly respected The casualties among those who have enlisted from Napoleons are exceedingly high relatively speaking. Up to the present time the majority of the Napoleon boys who have enlisted have been killed.
 
Drever, James (I38491)
 
10945 The Ballarat Star Vic. Saturday 20th Dec. 1919; NAPOLEONS. OBITUARY.
The late Mrs Ellen Drever, of Napoleons, whose death was reported lately, and who, had she lived until Christmas, would have completed her 99th year, had probably a unique record for longevity in Victoria. The deceased lady arrived in Melbourne with her two brothers-Roycroft by name in the ship Frankemore ? in the year 1841 many years before the discovery of gold or before gold was even thought of being found in Australia. Miss Roycroft, as she was then, was 21 years of age at the time of her landing in this country, consequently, including her married years,
(she married two years after her arrival) the old lady had been altogether 78 years resident in Australia. Her husband (Mr Robert Drever ) died 52 years ago. She and her two brothers sailed from Cork to this country. She was born in Ireland and her husband, was a native of the Orkney lslands. Home papers please copy.
 
Roycroft, Ellen (I34466)
 
10946 The Ballarat Star Wednesday 9th Feb 1921, NAPOLEONS. DEATH OF OLD RESIDENT.
Much regret was expressed on all sides when it became known, that Mr Robert Drever, of this place, passed away at in early hour on Monday
morning. The deceased, who had been ailing for the last 12 months, was the eldest son of the late Mr and Mrs. Drever, and was 70 years old at the time of his death. He was a native of Geelong, but came with his parents to this district when very young, and lived here practically all his life. He was one of the few surviving miners who worked in the old alluvial mines over 50 years ago. He worked in the Leviathan, Sons of Freedom, and other celebrated local mines. The deceased was a man of splendid character being highly respected by everyone who knew him for his honesty and straight forwardness. He was a very genial and good-tempered man, and was popular with everyone around him. He was a single man and leaves a large circle of relatives and friends to mourn their loss of a good brother and a fine man. Messrs Charles. William, Alfred, Francis and Albert Drever are his brothers, and Miss Sophia E. Drever is the only sister of the deceased. Much sympathy is extended to the relatives in their bereavement.
The Ballarat Star Victoria Thursday 10th February 1921; NAPOLEONS. OBITUARY.
The funeral of the late Mr Robert Drever took place on Tuesday, and was largely atttended. The remains were interred in the Buninyong Cemetery.
The Ballarat Star Vic Tuesday 8th Feb 1921; DREVER. -The friends of the late Mr Robert Drever, are respectfully invited to follow his remains to the place of interment, the Buninyong Cemetery. The funeral cortege is appointed to leave his his residence, Napoleons, This Day (Tuesday), 8th February, at 2.30 p.m. R. J. MILLER, Undertaker.
 
Drever, Robert (I34468)
 
10947 The below information might relate to this James Shearer ? ?
James Shearer, Father's name: Thomas Shearer, Spouse Name: Mary O'Donnell, Spouse's Father's Name: John O'Donnell
Marriage Date: 05 Jun 1870, Marriage Place: Kapunda, Registration Place: Kapunda, South Australia, Page Number: 534, Volume Number: 83
Mary Shearer 1875 Angaston James Shearer, Mary O'Donnell
Thomas Shearer 1870 Angaston James Shearer, Mary O'Donnell
Bridget Shearer 1871 Angaston James Shearer, Mary O'Donnell
John James Shearer 1873 Angaston James Shearer, Mary O'Donell
This might be James' wife's death: Mary Shearer, Birth Year: abt 1842, Age: 72, Death Date: 10 Nov 1914, Death Place: Maitland
Residence Place: Maitland, Registration Place: Daly, South Australia, Page Number: 351, Volume Number: 388
( Can't find a death for James. )
 
Shearer, James (I36764)
 
10948 The birth dates given by the OPR for Jannet and Jean need verifying as they are shown only 4 months apart.
1841 Bridge Street North Leith Midlothian age 47, wife Ann 41, children; Thomas 14, Peter 12, Anna 9, Margaret 4, William 1.
1851 6 St N Lane Leith North Midlothian age 57 Disabled Seaman, wife Ann Heddle 51, children; Jessie 27, Margaret 7, Peter 21 Joiner, William 11, James 9, mother in law Jane Halcrow 81.
1861 Clyde Leith age 67, wife Ann 61, sons Peter 31, William 21. Possibly also others but need to download 1861 census to check.
Died at 7 West Bothwell Street Glasgow age 71, son William was informant.
 
Skea, Thomas (I12725)
 
10949 The birth register states the father as John Saunders, Carpenter (apprentice).
RCE shows paternity suit re above. 
Saunders, (illegitimate) John (I14608)
 
10950 The Canberra Times Saturday 18th Nov 1978; RENDALL, Leslie David. - November 17 1978 at Canberra, late of Flat 60, 4 Wilkins St., Mawson. Loved husband of Hilda and Father of Alma and Ruth. Father-in-law of Jack and Ken. Grandfather of John, Barbara, Peter, Jillian and Grantley. Greatgrandfather of Matthew.
FUNERALS RENDALL. - The funeral of Mr. Leslie David Rendall, will take place on Monday, November 20. The cortege is appointed to leave St.
Christopher's Cathedral, Manuka, after Requiem Mass commencing at 2pm for the Canberra Cemetery. CANBERRA FUNERAL DIRECTORS
A.F.D.A. 75 Canberra Avenue Kingston 957838
 
Rendall, Leslie Peter David (I38080)
 

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