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51 ALSO
Surname: Adkins
Given name & (-Maiden name): Emma
Born:
Died: 1942
Age: 79y
Section-Plot: U-115 
ADKINS, Thomas Kirk (I6704)
 
52 Ann is a Widow on the 1911 census DAVIS, George (I3707)
 
53 Anne married Edward Anderton and later move back with their family to West Down and lived at Trimstone House for the rest of their lives. Edward, I believe, became squire to the village and there are windows dedicated to both Edward and Anne in the church. (from robin PHILLIPS) PHILLIPS, Anne (I6338)
 
54 Anne, married to David Blair of Adamton, to whom she had a daughter. Catherine, heiress of that estate, married to the late Sir William Maxwell of Monreith. BLAIR, Anne (I8509)
 
55 as listed on her conduct report.
(Also mentions: single, 2 children, 1 child on board John Mitchel) 
McINTOSH, Helen (I6200)
 
56 As noted on the 1851 and 1861 census CRABB, Keturah (I3788)
 
57 As noted on the Death registration LAKE, Leonard George (I2154)
 
58 As noted on the Death registration. HAWES, Gwenda Margaret (I1264)
 
59 At Sea, aboard the "John Williams", bound for England KING, Miriam Walkington (I5025)
 
60 At the residence of Mr Coulter Family F2578
 
61 At the residence of Mrs. Miller Family F708
 
62 Ballarat Star, 23 December 1865. HOLDEN, Robert (I2432)
 
63 Ballarat Star, 23 December 1865. HOLDEN, Samuel James (I2441)
 
64 Baptism from list of Crawford baptisms at Raloo, compiled by Jenny Brennan of Larne, original source not explicitly stated CRAWFORD, Robert (I634)
 
65 BAPTISM: IGI

RESIDENCE: Pigot & Co's Trade Directory for Wiltshire 1830 - a John Clement shown on page 811

DEATH: ref. 5a 179 - although there is a death record, for a John Clement, our John is not shown as deceased in 1856 on his son Johns' marriage certificate 
CLEMENT, John (I5278)
 
66 BAPTISM: Received Christian baptism in the name of the father and of the son and of the holy ghost. Rev. Jones (Minister) CLEMENT, Barrie John (I5270)
 
67 Barbara, married to William Fullarton of that Ilk, to whom she had a son, the late Colonel Fullarton of Fullarton. BLAIR, Barbara (I8512)
 
68 Before the 1851 census CRAMP, Joseph (I5668)
 
69 BIOGRAPHY: http://www.centralcoastfhs.org.au/unrelateddeaths.html

BIOGRAPHY: Surname: BONNETT
Given Names: Frederick
Age: 72
Date of Death: 24-Jul-35
Place of Death: Mepiringa, Victoria
Spouse: Charity Lamerton Phillips
Parents: Simon & Margaret
Ref. D125 
GUY, Margaret (I1891)
 
70 BIOGRAPHY: Samuel and Martha McWilliam from north of Ireland arrived 1860 Vic. Samuel served in Victoria Police at Sale. Resigned and went to Corowa NSW 1877 where planted small vineyard. Son, John James McWilliam b1868 Sale became drover and in 1900 went 100 miles north to Junee NSW and there planted 50 acre vineyard. In 1913 planted 35,000 grape cuttings on two 50 acre blocks in newly-created River Murrumbidgee irrigation area at Griffith saying that the land is so fertile 'you can plant a three-inch nail this year and next year you've got a crowbar'. Today McWilliam's Wines one of Australia's greatest wine-making firms with head office at Pyrmont, Sydney.


BIOGRAPHY: - Irish Families in Australia and New Zealand.
Revised
Volume Three
McAfee - Quirk
1788 - 1991
By
Hubert William COFFEE
and Marjorie Jean MORGAN 
McWILLIAM, Samuel Jr . (I27)
 
71 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I22)
 
72 BIRTH: 2b 681

WILL: Among other bequests, Florence's Will leaves 200 to William Weeks of Brickworth Farm Cottage, Whiteparish, nr. Salisbury . 
CLEMENT, Florence Maud (I5283)
 
73 BIRTH: 5a 208 CLEMENT, Ernest Robert (I5396)
 
74 BIRTH: Birth registered by John Clement (father) 16th October 1865
REF 5A/1802 NOTE In Memoriam
From the local newspaper:

In sweetest memory of Dad, Charles Clement who passed on November 8th, 1933 - Gwyneth and Bert.
God saw that he was weary
And the hill was hard to climb
So he took his hand and whispered
"Peace be thine" 
CLEMENT, Charles (I5274)
 
75 BIRTH: Birth registered by Mary Ann Thorne (mother) 30th August 1861

DEATH: age 91

Birth certificate held 
THORNE, Emma (I5275)
 
76 BIRTH: JUN QTR 1849 ref. 8/270
Birth registered by Albert's mother, Margaret Clement 12th May 1849 
CLEMENT, Albert (I5301)
 
77 BIRTH: Jun qtr 1864 - ref 5a 153 Warminster, Wilts THORNE, Harry (I5398)
 
78 BIRTH: Jun qtr 1864 - ref 5a 153 Warminster, Wilts THORNE, John William (I5397)
 
79 BIRTH: Jun qtr 1866 - Wilton ref. 5a 213 THORNE, Hannah Elizabeth (I5451)
 
80 BIRTH: or 5th June 1897 THOMAS, Laura Elizabeth (I5316)
 
81 BIRTH: ref. 11b 80 December Quarter Tregaron THOMAS, Thomas Rowland (I5314)
 
82 BIRTH: ref. 8/ 433 March Qtr 1840 Salisbury CLEMENT, Mary Ann (I5298)
 
83 BIRTH: ref. 8/313 Dec.Qtr 18372 DATE 1871 CLEMENT, Susanna Harriett (I5345)
 
84 BIRTH: ref. 8/51 Alderbury Sep Qtr 1846

DEATH: sep qtr 1855 - ref. 5a *** 
CLEMENT, Kate (I5300)
 
85 BIRTH: registered March Qtr 1844 ref. 8/157 CLEMENT, Henry William (I5299)
 
86 Births
Name: CLIFTON, CHARLES JOHN
Mothers maiden Name: ILLIDGE
GRO Reference: 1894 M Quarter in LAMBETH Volume 01D Page 394

Name: CLIFTON, CHARLES JOHN HERBERT
Mothers maiden Name: BAKER
GRO Reference: 1894 D Quarter in ST SAVIOUR LONDON Volume 01D Page 12

Deaths
Name: CLIFTON, CHARLES JOHN
Age at Death: 0
GRO Reference: 1894 M Quarter in LAMBETH Volume 01D Page 258 
CLIFTON, Charles John (I6269)
 
87 BURIAL: Cemetery Database has been corrected to CROMPTON, but location map still lists as COMPTON.
*Burried with Brother Arnold. 
CROMPTON, Margery Isobel (I867)
 
88 BURIAL: Cemetery Database has been corrected to CROMPTON, but location map still lists as COMPTON.
*Burried with Sister Margery. 
CROMPTON, Arnold Maxwell (I862)
 
89 Buried in Woollen only. CLARK, Nathanell (I9612)
 
90 Carinoma ?voterie BLOW, Jane (I262)
 
91 Charity Phillips daughter Jessie collected the WWI cuttings for the scrapbook that we typed up into "Fields of War."There is a photo in the Intro and I am sure others at Hist House (now History Matters) Jessie and rest of her family.

- C.O'K 
BONNETT, Jessie Edith (I1892)
 
92 Charles Hazell, third son of William Hazell of Chain of Ponds. Born at Gunning in 1850, he established a substantial grazing run in the northwest where he became widely known as "Old Daddy of Nevertire".
He died at his Burwood, Sydney home in 1936, leaving a large number of descendants in the Nyagen, Warren area. Married Nepzibah of Berrima. 
HAZELL, Charles (I8941)
 
93 CHRISTENING: Certificate reads: This is to certify that Lotna Mary
child of Albert John & Gwyneth Matry Clemet
born at Pinelea Nursing Home Westway, Bouremouth on Jan. 5th 1936
received CHRISTIAN BAPTISM, in the name of the father, and of the son and of the Holy Ghost
on Feb 23rd 1936 at the congregational church, Richmond Hill, Bournemouth2 NOTE IN MEMORIAM
CLEMENT - Treasured memories of Lorna Mary, age 1 year, the only child of Gwyneth and Albert Clement, 1 King's Road, Bournemouth.
So small a child to leave so great a blank,
But for the loan our God we thank 
CLEMENT, Lorna Mary (I5280)
 
94 Coronated November 16, 939 at kingston on Thames at age eighteen. He allied England to Malcolm l of Scotland by giving Malcolm control of Strathclyde. By age twenty four he ruled over a peaceful Britain. He was killed while trying to subdue the outlaw Liofa in May 946. (Everyday Life in the Middle Ages, Kenyon, p.85) ENGLAND, King Edmund I "The Magnificent" of (I357)
 
95 Crawford emigrated to the United States of America in 1845, returning to Northern Ireland several
years later to marry, before settling in Iowa. In 1371 his father reported to Samuel that despite illness
and hardship experienced during the Civil War he now had a "good independent way of living" on his
holding of three to four hundred acres of land" which he worked with the assistance of "a large family
- "a great help in working their farm." Crawford, who had moved from Iowa to Missouri during the
1850's, also revealed a strong family bond in a letter he wrote to Samuel from Schuyler County in
March 1874, urging Samuel to follow his example in visiting the family in Ireland and to visit Missouri
on route, giving detailed directions for a detour which would bring him to Crawford's farm whilst
crossing the United States from West to East. He enquired about Samuel's family of "dear little
Australians"; provided news of his own family whose names were virtually a roll call of his brothers
and sister; and described conditions of farming in Missouri - "Pork at the present time is worth $4.50
per hundred pounds, corn worth 50 cents per bushel, oats 40 cents per do., wheat l.25 to 1.50.
Butter has been 25 & 26 cents during the winter but at present I expect 20 cents per pound.
Describing Crawford as "an old and prosperous farmer" who owned a large tract of improved lend
and pays particular attention to raising and dealing in livestock", the History of Lewis, Clark,Knox and
Scotland Counties, Missouri,1887 declared that much of his success was due to the feet that he
"had received a liberal education" before emigrating to the United States of America. 
McWILLIAM, Crawford (I134)
 
96 Data compiled and gathered by Carmel M Reynen Source (S225)
 
97 Date & Place of Marriage: 28 June 1858, Pitt Street South, Sydney
Religion: Presbyterian
Groom: Alexander Duguid, Bachelor, 21, Coachman,
Birthplace: New South Wales
Usual Residence: Sydney, New South Wales
Parents: Not listed
Bride: Maria Dawes, Spinster, 17.
Birthplace: New South Wales.
Usual Residence: Sydney, New South Wales
Parents: Not listed
Witnesses: Alexander Westman, Alice (her ‘X’ mark) Dawes
Minister: James Fullerton,L.L.D.
Comments: William Dawes, Father of the Bride, gave consent to the marriage.
Age, Birthplace obtained from Church Register No.371. 
Family F2942
 
98 DEATH: ref 5a124 JUN qtr GREEN, Thomas (I5290)
 
99 DEATH: ref 8/175 CLEMENT, Caroline (I5289)
 
100 DEATH: The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848-1954) Saturday 9 April 1927 Page 30 via “Australian Newspapers”
FATAL SNAKEBITE.
Victim Thought It Trivial.
SYDNEY, Friday.-John Stewart Crawford McRobert, aged 31 years, a resident of The Bulga, was packing tomatoes on the property of Mr. A. Gaudron on Thursday, when he stood on a tiger snake, which bit him on the leg. Believing that because he was bitten through a thick pair of trousers the consequences would not be serious, McRobert took no action for some time. Later he went to the residence of his brother-in-law and had the puncture attended to. His condition became worse, and he was taken to hospital at Wingham, where he died. 
MCROBERTS, John Stewart Crawford (I2037)
 

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