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151 Here lyeth the body of Samuel Blair of Bellyvoloch who died March the 20th 1754 aged 87 years.
Danial Blair, son, Patrick and Danial Blair grand sons of the above Samuel Blair and their wives all lieth here. 
BLAIR, Patrick (I7520)
 
152 Here lyeth the body of Samuel Blair of Bellyvoloch who died March the 20th 1754 aged 87 years.
Danial Blair, son, Patrick and Danial Blair grand sons of the above Samuel Blair and their wives all lieth here. 
BLAIR, Daniel (I7524)
 
153 Here lyeth the body of Samuel Blair of Bellyvoloch who died March the 20th 1754 aged 87 years.
Danial Blair, son, Patrick and Danial Blair grand sons of the above Samuel Blair and their wives all lieth here. 
BURNS, Jean (I7525)
 
154 Here lyeth the body of Samuel Blair of Bellyvoloch who died March the 20th 1754 aged 87 years.
Danial Blair, son, Patrick and Danial Blair grand sons of the above Samuel Blair and their wives all lieth here. 
McCULLOCH, Margaret (I7519)
 
155 Here lyeth the body of Samuel Blair of Bellyvoloch who died March the 20th 1754 aged 87 years.
Danial Blair, son, Patrick and Danial Blair grand sons of the above Samuel Blair and their wives all lieth here. 
LYLE, Martha Campbell (I7503)
 
156 Here lyeth the body of William Blair who departed this life May 26th 1788 aged 73 years. Also his son Abraham Blair who departed this life the 3rd of May 1802 aged 48 years. BLAIR, William (I7505)
 
157 Highly Doubtfull!
Please check. 
CRAWFORD, David Andrew (I6603)
 
158 His funeral was well attended, about 100 persons in a procession which included upwards of 30 members of the "Protestant alliance friendly society" who bore the coffin in relays of four (4) to a team on their shoulders from his residence to the present site - The Rev. Combs conducted the funeral service and this was followed by a beautiful Protestant Alliance Service read by the Rev. W A Whitney Chaplain. NELSON, Andrew Abernethy II . (I300)
 
159 http://murphyancestry.com/

Needs confirming 
TREEBY, Edith Mary (I2750)
 
160 http://murphyancestry.com/

To be confirmed 
TREEBY, Grace Harriet (I2748)
 
161 http://www.ancientwalesstudies.org/id187.html MADOG, Gwenllian verch (I540)
 
162 http://www.bencemtrust.com.au Source (S131)
 
163 http://www.census.nationalarchives.ie Source (S145)
 
164 http://www.census.nationalarchives.ie Source (S146)
 
165 http://www.marthascottage.com/angharad.htm

A KING'S DAUGHTER

Her Family

Angharad, a.k.a. Angharet (or Gladwin) verch Hywel, was born about 920 AD, in Dynevor Castle, in Carmarthshire, Wales. Her name (ahng-HAHR-ahd) means "greatly loved one"; in Welsh/Old Celtic.

She has a lineage that goes back through all the kings of Gwynedd, which was the most powerful kingdom in Wales.

I would venture to guess she was named for his wife, her great-grandmother Angharad or Ankaret.

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ANGHARAD -
DESCENDED FROM WELSH KINGS

Angharad was married to Tudor Trevor. Angharad (a.k.a. Angharet or Gladwin) verch Hywel was born about 920 AD, in Dynevor Castle, in Carmarthshire, Wales. Her name (ahng-HAHR-ahd) means "greatly loved one" in Welsh/Old Celtic.

She, like her husband, has a lineage that can be traced back through generations of Welsh kings. Her lineage goes back through the kings of Gwynedd, which was the most powerful kingdom in Wales.

Her father was King Hywel Dha (The Good), King of Wales. One of King Dha's great accomplishments was making the druid's oral legal tradition into a written code. Hywel Dha, according to the Latter Day Saints Ancestral File, held the title of King of all Wales from 907-950.

Hywel Dha is descended from Rhodri ap Merfyn "the Great," or Rhodri Mawr, ruler of all northern and western Wales. I would venture to guess Angharad's name came down from Rhodri Mawr's wife, Angharad or Ankaret.

Tudor and Angharad both have the blood of ancient Welsh Kings running through their veins.

Fast forward to the 1300s, about 11 generations later. One of their descendants, Iorwerth ( Ierwerth) ap Morgan, married a woman called Margret or Margaret. She was daughter and heiress of William Younge de Sawardek. In an unusual twist,when Iorwerth married, he took his wife's name as his surname, thus the family became Yonge. (I would love to know the story behind that.)

Thus, eventually we get to Rev. Young, which brings us to Martha, and, eventually, to me and maybe to you too. Families were big back then and many people can claim these same ancestors. I'd love to hear from my "cousins."


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HYWEL, Angharet (or Gladwin) verch (I153)
 
166 http://www.marthascottage.com/tudor.htm

He was Lord of Whittington, Oswestry and both Maelors in Powys, from his male line, and King of Gloster and Earl of Hereford from the female.

Powys was an ancient kingdom that centered around Shropshire and covered much of the modern Welsh border. Back then, what is now Wales was divided into four kingdoms: Gwynedd in the north, Powys in the east, Dyfed in the south west and Glywysing, or Morgannwg, in the south.

Oswestry is an ancient English market town located in the north of Shropshire, near the Welsh Border. It's also referred to as "where Shropshire meets Wales." Maelor is in Flintshire, Wales.

His seat was Whittington Castle, though I have found evidence that by the time he got married, he didn't live in the castle anymore. He lived in Brynkinalt, on the the Welsh/English border, south of Chester. (You can visit the current estate here.)

Tudor and Angharad had three sons: Gronw, Earl of Hereford, Dyngod, and Lluddoka, or Llydocca, ap Tudor, Lord of Maelors and Oswestry, my ancestor.

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http://www.brynkinalt.com/main0006.htm

The Trevors are direct descendants of a union which took place in 942 between Tudur Trevor, King of Gloucester, and Angharad, daughter of Howel Dda, King of Wales. Both Tudur Trevor and Angharad can trace their pedigrees back to the marriage of Severa, daughter of the Roman Emperor, Macsen Wledig (Maximus), who died in 388 and Gwrtheyrn Gwrtheneu (Vortigen), the 82nd King of Britain.

The Trevors have lived on the site of the present house since 924 AD. Prior to this date, the family home was Whittington Castle, and the then Head of the Tribes of March, as they were known, had large possessions between the Wye and the Severn.

The family are also descendants of Llwewllyn the Great, Prince of Wales (1194-1240), and the Kings of Ireland.

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http://www.rhodriapdafydd.ukonline.co.uk/page6.html

Tudor Trevor was the Great Grandfather of Elystan Gloddrudd and an Ancestor of Hari Tudyr (Henry Tudor (Henry VII King of England).

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LLYDOCCA (AP) TUDOR TREVOR(1)

He was married to ANGHARAD (V) IAGO. Children were: GWERFYL (V) LLYDOCCA. ?

GWERFYL (V) LLYDOCCA(1) was born in FLINTSHIRE, WALES. Parents: LLYDOCCA (AP) TUDOR TREVOR and ANGHARAD (V) IAGO.

She was married to EDNOWAIN BENDEW AP- CYNAN (LORD OF TEGAINGL). Children were: GORONWY AP- EDNOWAIN.

GORONWY AP- EDNOWAIN(1) was born in BENDEW, WALES. Parents: EDNOWAIN BENDEW AP- CYNAN (LORD OF TEGAINGL) and GWERFYL (V) LLYDOCCA.

He was married to UNKNOWN. Children were: MORFYDD V. GORONWY * .

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TUDOR TREVOR-
LORD, EARL, AND KING


Tudor Trevor (a.k.a. Tewdor Trefor) who married Angharad around 942, had an impressive ancestry, which is illustrated by his many titles. He was Lord of Whittington, Oswestry and both Maelors in Powys, from his male line, and King of Gloster and Earl of Hereford from the female.

Powys was an ancient kingdom that centered around Shropshire and covered much of the modern Welsh border. Back then, what is now Wales was divided into four kingdoms: Gwynedd in the north, Powys in the east, Dyfed in the south west and Glywysing, or Morgannwg, in the south.

Oswestry is an ancient English market town located in the north of Shropshire, near the Welsh Border. It's also referred to as "where Shropshire meets Wales." Maelor is in Flintshire, Wales.

Tudor's seat was Whittington Castle, though I have found evidence that by the time he got married, he didn't live in the castle anymore. He may have lived in Brynkinalt, on the Welsh/English border, south of Chester.

Tudor and Angharad had three sons: Gronw, Earl of Hereford, Dyngod, and Lluddoka, or Llydocca, ap Tudor, Lord of Maelors and Oswestry. I am descended from Lluddoka. This branch is documented in John Burke's A Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Commoners of Great Britain and Ireland", vol. ii. p. 329:

"Tudur Trevor was father of LLUDDOCCA, father of LLOWARCH GAM, father of EDNYVED, whose son, RYS SAIS, so called because he could speak the Saxon, or English language, possessed great estates in North Wales and Shropshire at the period of the Norman conquest, which he divided among his sons in the year 1070. The eldest, TUDUR, was father of BLEDDYN, the father of OWEN, the father of THOMAS", etc.

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TREVOR Tudor (I4)
 
167 http://www.tegaueurvron.com/tudor.htm LLOWARCH GAM, Ednyved Ap (I795)
 
168 http://www.tegaueurvron.com/tudor.htm EDNYVED, Rys Sais Ap (I796)
 
169 Image needed WOOD, John . (I4851)
 
170 In a letter from Samuel Sr. to Samuel Jr. Dated 22 Oct 1871 - "Br. Mathew (a bachelor), mother and myself a servant man and servant girl. Servants wages vary high now, they get from eight to ten pounds a half year and bed and board girls got from four to five pounds this half year You will get no man to work for less than one shilling and four pence per day and board" McWILLIAM, Mathew (I612)
 
171 In a letter from Samuel Sr. to Samuel Jr. Dated 22 Oct 1871 - "Brother Thomas, with "three healthy children", was farming successfully in Northern Ireland" McWILLIAM, Thomas (I128)
 
172 In a letter from Samuel Sr. to Samuel Jr. Dated 22 Oct 1871 - "Brother William A McWilliam, Surgeon, who was sent to Glasgow for training in medicine, was practising in Belfast: "I believe there is no doctor in the town doing more business than he is doing at present."
 
McWILLIAM, William Andrew (I610)
 
173 In a letter from Samuel Sr. to Samuel Jr. Dated 22 Oct 1871 - "Elizabeth Jane, married to her cousin Thomas McRoberts by her brother John in the Larne Methodist Church, by 1871 had "three children all little girls fine healthy ones" at their farm near Glenarm - "a good farm "of sixty acres, "they can raise wheat or beans on it.
They paid £780 for it and £72.10 of rent yearly. If they keep in health and is fortunate, they may do pretty well on it." 
McWILLIAM, Elizabeth Jane (I613)
 
174 In a letter from Samuel Sr. to Samuel Jr. Dated 22 Oct 1871 - "John was still unmarried but had already earned a reputation as " a steady good preacher arid well up in the rules of Methodism" and was stationed on the Ballyclare circuit" McWILLIAM, Reverend John William Andrew (I133)
 
175 In affectionate remembrance of Daniel Blair of Ballyvallough who departed this life 19th May 1864 aged 48 years. The weary world of grief and toil He willingly did leave, Depending of the blood of Christ His precious soul to save. BLAIR, Daniel (I7201)
 
176 In Loving Memory of
(Beth) Bertha Miller
Born 15th Oct. 1907
Beloved sister of
Louise, Jim and Bob
Sister-in-law of
Lil, Ada and Bill

Loved and Remembered Always

573 
MILLER, Bertha Beatrice (I4939)
 
177 India Office Family History Search Source (S87)
 
178 Information supplied by Mr Michael Sturmfels suggests that Elliot may have been related to the Dalgleish brothers John, Alexander and William who were stonewallers on Mt Fyans between 1861 - 1865.  DALGLEISH, William (I3585)
 
179 Information supplied by Mr Michael Sturmfels suggests that Elliot may have been related to the Dalgleish brothers John, Alexander and William who were stonewallers on Mt Fyans between 1861 - 1865.  DALGLEISH, John (I3582)
 
180 Information supplied by Mr Michael Sturmfels suggests that Elliot may have been related to the Dalgleish brothers John, Alexander and William who were stonewallers on Mt Fyans between 1861 - 1865.  DALGLIESH, Alexander (I3580)
 
181 Iris learnt piano at 19 or 20 when living at hawthorn (until she met Harry).

Met with girl friends for needlepoint.

Mr Thompson and Mr Simmonds taught dancing privately and had a stage show at christmas.

Miss Miller taught ballroom dancing at school.
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1923 born
1929 started school ringwood
1930 Grade 2
1931 Grade 3
1932 Grade 4 went to redcliffs
1933 Grade 5
1934 Grade 6
1935 Grade 7
1936 Grade 8 left school at 14 at Redcliffs
worked sorting and packing fruit
worked at Habbidashery for a few weeks
worked at Deli
1939 moved to hawthorn
1940ish made aprons at hawthorn (German people) got measels and left apron place
made artificial flowers at (Paul and Richard) Harbigs.
1941 war came and harbigs became a munitions factory - iris left and they brought their own staff in.
machine operator making armitures (inc soldering lugs on the wires)
1945 harbigs (and iris ) started making flowers again
1947 got married and lived at burwood rd hawthorn for about 3 months
1947 ross street surrey hills 6 months
1947 worked at Mr Buttlers deli shop (Glanferrie rd) as a serving girl
1948ish bought land at Blackburn, moved in before it was finnished
Blackburn lolly shop - worked serving and looking after at the shop on weekends 
CROMPTON, Iris Marie . (I17)
 
182 Janet, married to Alexander Tait, one of the Principal Clerks of Session, and had issue. BLAIR, Janet (I8511)
 
183 Joan was working at Madam Burnheart's (Glenferrie Road Hawthorn.) as a dressmaker when she met Jim who was working as a gardener for Mr. Hammond. Family F79
 
184 John, a Captain of Foot, killed at the battle of Minders,
1st August, 1759. 
BLAIR, John (I8506)
 
185 Karel Frederik Tuijnman & Cornelia Petronella Jouvenaz
Marriage: Oct 1 1928 - Eindhoven, North Brabant, Netherlands
Groom: Karel Frederik Tuijnman
Birth: Pemalang (Idn)
Age: 24
Father: Karel Frederik Tuijnman
Mother: Willemina Karelina van Vreeswijk
Bride: Cornelia Petronella Jouvenaz
Birth: Circa 1901 - Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherlands
Age: 27
Father: Frederik Jouvenaz
Mother: Cornelia Petronella Haije
Source
Book: Huwelijksregister Eindhoven 1928
Institution: Brabants Historisch Informatie Centrum
Archive: 550
Document #: 434
Source place: Eindhoven, North Brabant, Netherlands
Source date: Oct 1 1928
Volume date: Oct 1 1928 
Family F1166
 
186 KELLY. -

Requiem Mass for the repose of the soul of Mr. GERARD PATRICK KELLY will be offered at St. Anne's Catholic Church, Hopkins Highway, Purnim TODAY (March 7) at 11.00 am.

At the conclusion of Mass the cortege will proceed to the Warrnambool Cemetery.

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KELLY. -

Requiem Mass for the repose of the soul of Mr. GERARD PATRICK KELLY will be offered at St. Anne's Catholic Church, Hopkins Highway, Purnim on FRIDAY (March 7) commencing at 11.00 am.

At the conclusion of Mass the cortege will proceed to the Warrnambool Cemetery.

Rosary will be recited at St. Pius X Church, Morris Road, Warrnambool THIS EVENING evening commencing at 7.30 pm.

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KELLY, Gerard Patrick. -

Passed away suddenly on February 28, 2014.

Loved husband of Barbara.

Loving father and father-in-law of Travis, Abbey and Jake, Laura and Mark.

Cherished grandfather of Michael, Megan, Johnny, Lauren, Tom, Patrick and baby Charlie.

Our hearts are broken in two, we wish you were here to nail them back together. Two boys will deeply miss their PaPa, "the man with the beard".

No more lollies to be eaten, no nail bags to be worn, the hammer has been laid to rest.

With all our love
- Abbey, Jake, Tom and Patrick McCosker

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Gerard,

You have my eternal respect. What you have given our family is unmeasurable. You have been not just a fantastic father-in-law but a brilliant mentor. Your guidance and advice has been well headed and I know I can never fill your boots but I will make sure "the cook" is looked after.

"Thanks kindly"

- Jake
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Dearest father of Travis.

Grandfather of Michael, Megan, Jonny, Lauren. Friend of Michele.

You were always there for us and will be sadly missed.

Hope your building in heaven.

Go Cats!

******
Dad,

To think we did not say goodbye will always bring regret.

But hearts that always loved will never forget.

- Love Laura, Hodgey, Charlie Bear and Forbes.

******

KELLY, Gerard . -

Loved brother-in-law and uncle of Wendy and Rob, Beth, Ben, Jamie, Damien, Sophie and families.

We will look after the boss for you


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KELLY, Gerard. -

Much loved and respected uncle and great uncle.

- Love always, your favourite niece Buff, Ric, Ruby, Joseph and Ivy.

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KELLY, Gerard Patrick. -

Suddenly on
February 28, 2014

Loving son of the late Geoffrey and Margaret.

Loved brother of Brian (dec.), Josephine, Dorothy, Kevin, Kathleen, Bernie, Leo (dec.) and Claire.

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KELLY, Gerard. -

To Barbara, Travis, Abbey and Laura and families, our Prayers and thoughts are with you at this sad time.

- Aunty Kate, Elizabeth, Johnny, Patrick and Amanda.

Rest in peace

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KELLY, Gerard Patrick . -

Loved brother of Leo (dec) and Kath.

I will always remember you

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KELLY, Gerard. -

A true gentleman and the best tradesman I have had the pleasure to work
beside.
It has been a pleasure and honour to have known you and class you as
a respected friend. I will always remember it's 10 o'clock, time for a drink and chat.

- Trevor.

To Barbara and family, Eddie and Sue, our thoughts and prayers are with you all.

- Trevor and Liz Dark and family.


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KELLY, Gerard. -

Deepest condolences to Barbara and family, our thoughts are with you at this sad time.
To Eddie, Sue and the Designer Built Homes team, our deepest sympathy.
A great bloke to work with.

- Stephen and Peter Hotker, and the staff at Hotker Electrical.


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KELLY, Gerard. -

Gerard, thank you for not only your friendship
but guidance in our renovations.

Love to Barbara and family.
The kids birthday's will never be the same.

Our dear friends Abbey and Jake, Tom and Paddy, know you are never far from our thoughts and always in our prayers.

- With love always, Adam, Anna, Zoe and Mia
Borthwick.

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KELLY, Gerard. -

Our thoughts and deepest sympathy go to Gerard's family, Eddie and everyone at Designer Built Homes. It was a pleasure to know and work for such a great bloke.

- From all at JG Keast Excavations.

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KELLY, Gerard. -

Our thoughts are with Barbara and family on the passing of our highly respected work colleague and friend.

- Paul, Nigel, Adam and Noel.

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Kelly, Gerard. -

To Barbara, Travis, Abbey and Laura, our thoughts are with you on your sad loss of Gerard.

To Bomber and Sue of Designer Built Homes, our thoughts are with you on the sad loss of Gerard, respected colleague and builder.

- From all the staff at Dowell Windows.

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KELLY, Gerard. -

Our thoughts are with Barbara and family on the passing of our highly respected work colleague and friend.

- Paul, Nigel, Adam and Noel.

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KELLY, Gerard . -

To Barbara and family, Eddie, Sue and the Designer Built team,
Gerard will be sadly missed as a work colleague and true gentleman.

Our thoughts are with you at this sad time.

- From all at Turlands Plumbing.

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KELLY, Gerard Patrick. -

Barbara, Travis, Abbey, Jake, Laura, Hodgey and families,

Today does not make sense, tomorrow probably won't either, but the pain of this tragedy will not always hurt as bad as it is today.

- Claire, John, Monica, Tommie, Chris and Tom.

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KELLY, Gerard. -

A long term and well respected client.

To Barbara and family, Eddie and Sue and the team at Designer Built Homes, our thoughts are with you all.

- Management and staff Pontings Timber and Hardware.


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KELLY, Gerard. -

Respected next-door neighbour for 30 odd years: meticulous to a fault, over that time Gerard renovated every room in our home,
as well as refurbishing another family home.

Our deepest sympathy to Barbara, Travis, Abbey, Laura and their families.

- Beks family: Patricia, John, Andrea, Michael and Jason.

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KELLY, Gerard. -

To Barbara and family,

We are devastated at your loss and wish to extend our sincere condolences to you all at this very difficult and sad time.

Our thoughts are with you all.

- Ann and Colin Morris.

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KELLY, Gerard. -

To Barbara, Travis, Abbey, Laura and families, thinking of you at this sad time.

Rest in peace Gerard

- Kathleen and Tony Killeen, Darren, Narelle, Alesha and families.

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KELLY, Gerard. -

To have known Gerard Kelly was to know a tradesman who held the highest of respect in his trade.
Gerard only knew one way and that was the right way. His attention to detail was at the highest level.
When Gerard was on the job everyone knew things were under control and taken care of.
His presence and regular work discussion over many years will be sadly missed.
This is a huge loss of a genuine good bloke and a highly regarded tradesman.

Deepest sympathy to
Barbara and family.

- Sheppard Frame and Truss.

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KELLY, Gerard. -

Long time respected industry colleague and friend who will be missed.

To Barbara and family, our thoughts are with you at this sad time.

Eddie, Sue and the Designer Built Homes team are also in our thoughts.

- Jason and Kerri Bilson, family and staff at Trendset Kitchens and Joinery.

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KELLY, Gerard. -

Our thoughts are with Gerard's family. He was a great bloke and a pleasure to have known.

- From all at Powers Building Surveying.

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KELLY, Gerard . -

Gerard was the
'tradesman's tradesman' and his influence on the Warrnambool construction industry will be greatly missed.
His legacy will remain with us through the work of his hands in the projects he was involved with, and in our hearts as a man who in our opinion 'was worth three good men'.

Our condolences to
Barbara, Travis and the family at this sad time.

- Staff of the Building and Construction Department, South West TAFE.


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KELLY, Gerard Patrick (I2629)
 
187 King of Dublin (945-980) and York (940-944 and 949-952). For most of his life he alternated between military campaigns in Ireland and Deira (Northumbria). After 953 he remained in Ireland , bases at Dublin until his defeat at "Tara by the
Irish in 980. He died in Iona. (Dictionary of British History, J.P. Kenyon, page 266) 
SIHRICSON (SITRICSON), Olaf King of Dublin (I394)
 
188 King of Gwynedd 91081-1137). Gruffudd ap Cynan, whose childhood was spent in Ireland, made a first attempt to claim is inheritance in 1075. In 1081 his alliance with Rhys ap Tewdwr ensured victory at the battle of Mynydd Carn. The royal expedition of 1114 failed to curb his power and further territorial gains were made by his sons Owain and Cadwaladr. He is tradtionally regarded as a formulator of bardic regulations. (Dictionary of British History, J.P Kenyon, p. 159) CYNAN, King Gruffydd ap . (I447)
 
189 King of Powis from 1068 - 1073 King of Powis Bleddyn (I353)
 
190 Land selection at Yougali JENKINS, Malcolm Morris . (I43)
 
191 Late of Burton Bradstock age 47 years

Notice in Bournemouth local paper 
THOMAS, Stephen John (I5325)
 
192 Letters of Administration Source (S244)
 
193 lived at Bogtown BOYD, Nancy . (I657)
 
194 Lived in a tram next to the bridge on Wantirna Rd ?? (thought to be 256 Wantirna Rd, Wantirna VIC 3152)

- Iris was at Primary school about 8yo, therefore abt 1931.

She got water from the creek to do her washing... 
WILSON, Florence Caroline . (I913)
 
195 lived in Ballyrickard DRUMMOND, Nathaniel . (I660)
 
196 Lived in Mounthill JOHNSTON, Sarah . (I305)
 
197 Lived with the KINGs in her old age. HAMBLETON, Sarah (I5030)
 
198 Lord of Deheubarth. Having gained possession of Deheubarth in 1075, he further secured his hold over this territory at the batle of Mynydd Carn. He probably formed an alliance with William l in 1081. He was killed near Brecon while resisting
the Norman advance into the areau under Bernard de Newmarch. (Dictionary of British History, J.P. Kenyon, p, 301)

GIVN Rhys Ap SURN Tewdwr

--Other Fields

SLGC: Date: 20 Jun 1958 Place: SLAKE Place: 1 HEAL FJGV-P6 
TEWDWR, King Rhys ap (I438)
 
199 Lord of Merionydd and Ceredigion. Son of Gruffudd ap Cynan, he conquered Merionydd in 1121 and Ceredigion in 1135 in alliance with his brother, Owain ap Gruffudd. When, in 1137, Owain succeeded his father Cadwaladr became lord of these territories until 1143, when he quarelled with Owain and was expelled. He then allied with Henry 11 of England, who restored his possessions in 1157, but he aided his brother against Henry's invasion in 1165. (Dictionary of British History, J.P Kenyon, p 56.) GRUFFUDD, Cadwaladr Ap (I451)
 
200 Madog had his eyes pulled out by his brother Anarawd. MAREDUDD, King Madog ap (I556)
 

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