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18701 Yates Close Nicol, Alexander (I46285)
18702 You can see quite a lot on the website below ( written by a currently alive Australian historian, Marjorie R. Theobold ) about Susannah Darke Purbrick's life as a school teacher in Launceston. She had quite a career,
She also ( appparently ) brought out to Tasmania her two younger siblings, Sarah and William Purbrick, after both their parents died.
Her school in Launceston at Carr Villa was situated where the " Carr Villa Cemetery" was eventually built.
The school's history properly begins when Hannah Maria Davice, Elinor Binfield and a young apprentice teacher, Susannah Darke Purbrick, a relative of Davice, arrived in Hobart from England aboard the Berwick in June 1823. According to their advertisements they had been running a school in England. It is apparent that ...
Weekly Examiner (Launceston, Tas.) Saturday 25 October 1873; KNIGHT -On the 17th October, 1873, at Carr Villa, Launceston, In the 67th year of: her age, Susannah Darke, relict of the late Mr. John Knight. Her end was emphatically "peace." 
Purbrick, Susannah Darke (I34669)
18703 Young Street Taylor Fea, Elizabeth (Bessie) Hepburn (I59677)
18704 youngest son. Louttit, Thomas (I43622)
18705 Ypres Bias, John Victor (I43695)
18706 Zelda's Death :
Morwell Advertiser Thursday 2nd March 1950, Obituary., MRS. ZELDA TULLOCH, THE death occurred on February 16th last, at her home in Essendon, of Mrs. Zelda Tulloch, formerly of Morwell, at the age of 73. Third daughter of the late Robert and Grace Porter, the deceased was born at Maryvale Park and was educated at the Morwell State School. Following her marriage to Mr. Robert Tulloch, she resided in Morwell until taking up residence some thirty years ago at Essendon. She is survived by a husband, two sons, Bruce and John, and one daughter, Merle; one son, Ormond, was killed in action in World War II. 
Porter, Mary Zilder (I16280)
18707 [IGI/OPR Index: 1829-021] [Microfiche OPR 21/7 at Kirkwall Archives including Kirkwall & St Ola marriages 1820-1854]: Richard Hay of Lady parish and Anne SLATER of Kirkwall; contracted 17th April; married 14 May 1846; Rev. Wm. LOGIE; Witnesses Wm GUTHRIE and John SPENCE.
Informant at death was: William Hay (step son). 
Slater, Anne (I30816)

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