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401 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F2182
 
402 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1813)
 
403 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I6324)
 
404 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I6325)
 
405 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1814)
 
406 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1815)
 
407 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F2183
 
408 Verbal history. Proof Needed PHILLIPS, Phillip (I5723)
 
409 Verbal history. Proof needed. PHILLIPS, Edith (I1860)
 
410 Verbal history. Proof needed. PHILLIPS, Elizabeth (I5755)
 
411 Verbal history. Proof needed. PHILLIPS, Henry (I5744)
 
412 Verbal History. Proof needed. PHILLIPS, John (I6313)
 
413 Verbal History. Proof needed. Family F2178
 
414 Verbal History. Proof needed. Family F2179
 
415 Verbal History. Proof needed. CHUGG, Mary Ann (I6318)
 
416 Verbal History. Proof needed. PHILLIPS, Ann (I6316)
 
417 Verbal history. Proof needed. PHILLIPS, Mary Jane (I1859)
 
418 Verbal history. Proof needed. Family F2184
 
419 Verbal history. Proof needed. Family F2035
 
420 Verbal history. Proof needed. PHILLIPS, James (I1820)
 
421 VESTRY MINUTES.
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Support of the poor etc..
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1825 - 1/4 shilling (1.25p) to William Lamerton’s boy for killing 14 bullfinches and 1 jay. Richard Lamerton 17 bullfinches 1/5th shilling (1p) (accounts signed by several including Daniel Chaming). 
LAMERTON, William (I6298)
 
422 VESTRY MINUTES.
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Support of the poor etc..
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1825 - 1/4 shilling (1.25p) to William Lamerton’s boy for killing 14 bullfinches and 1 jay. Richard Lamerton 17 bullfinches 1/5th shilling (1p) (accounts signed by several including Daniel Chaming). 
LAMERTON, Richard (I5183)
 
423 Walter Edward Haydon Jnr was the man who died in his early 30s from tuberculosis (TB) in 1932. His wife Dorothy and 2 children drifted away from the Haydon family after his death and went to live near her parents at Blackrock. Contact between families became non-existent except when his family attended the funeral of Walter Edward Haydon Snr in 1950. One of Walter Haydon Jnr's children was Walter 'Douglas' Haydon who was born in 1929. Douglas made himself known to my grandparents by visiting them in West Albury. When Doug Haydon was a young man he worked on an irrigation scheme in the Kiewa Valley in Victoria and often drove to Albury to spend weekends with my grandparents. Douglas married Mabel Claire Glenn in 1952 and they had 2 children. HAYDON, Walter Edward Jnr (I2706)
 
424 We are assuming this is Arthur James FORBES.
It looks like he went to Queensland and changed his first-names.
Any more documented information would be Great.... 
FORBES, James Henry (I4126)
 
425 Went to War (WWII) and got an award- Iris WILDING, Alf (I2393)
 
426 Wife or Daughter or Sister - Bertha?

See Electoral rolls 
PHILLIPS, Percy Oliver Leslie (I1755)
 
427 William Saunders drowned in early May 1835. Edward Curr, the local manager of the V.D.L Company, wrote on 8 May 1835 that the "Shamrock" had arrived back at Circular Head the previous morning after having found William's remains on the east side of East Bay. Of William's family he said "The oldest (William) is able to provide for himself and for the two younger ones (James and Emily) I hope we shall obtain an asylum in the Orphan School. To the widow (Martha) I shall allow an annuity whilst she needs it." In October 1836 Martha Saunders advertised in the Launceston press thanking Dr. Landale and others who had helped her since her husband's death. She gave her address as Elizabeth Street and said she was opening an employment office for servants and also intended to open a grocery store.
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Martha Saunders re-married on 13 November 1837 at St. John's Church of England, Launceston to Edmund Steel (c1784-1865). Edmund was a pardoned convict with a number of children by his first wife, Maria Thatcher. He had previously and unsuccessfully, attempted to bring his first family out from England. He was the son of James Steel and Jane Bulpit of Wiltshire, England and had been convicted of “machine breaking” (See Edmund Steel history)
Edmund and Martha Steel had two children, Samuel (also recorded as Sampson, c1838) and Martha (1841) who would become Samuel McWilliam’s wife.
About 1840, just before Martha’s birth, the family is thought to have moved to the Port Phillip District of New South Wales. Edmund Steel had a pastoral licence at Point Henry, near Geelong from 1841 to 1847.
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Martha’s mother, Martha Saunders (nee Pulsford) died on 1 June 1851 at Timboon (now Camperdown) when Martha was only 10 years old. After a service at Christ Church, Geelong on 4 June was buried in the Saunders grave at the Eastern Cemetery, Geelong. The burial register describes her as, aged 51 years, and her husband as an overseer, of Timboon. Her burial is recorded as Martha SAUNDERS, not Steel. Also buried in the same site are William Saunders (d.25/6/1876), Mary Saunders, his wife (d.7/9/1870 aged 45), and James Saunders, William’s youngest brother (d.28/12/1844 aged 14). It is interesting to note that the memorial to Martha, which is shared with her son James, doesn’t indicate her surname (which was Steel at the time) but just states “MARTHA (mother of William and James). Died June 1st 1851 Aged 51 years”. Following Mary’s death in 1870, William Saunders remarried on 29 May 1872 to Fanny Mottram (c1840-1931), eldest daughter of Joseph Mottram (c1817-1892) of Point Henry and his wife Mary, nee Ward (c1816-1877). 
PULSFORD, Martha . (I870)
 
428 William, a Lieutenant of Foot, killed at the head of a detachment fighting against the Indians near Oswego, in 1756. BLAIR, William (I8508)
 
429 Witness - John MASTERS
Witness - Rachel KIDDLE 
Family F748
 
430 Worked for Bussell Robson in Melbourne - Iris WILDING, Helena (I289)
 
431 Worked for the railways
inspected for the railways at hattah
Had a gold rail-pass
loved sister Marie's date pudding
never married - Iris 
WILDING, George Austin (I291)
 

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