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101 When Thomas Murphy married he took on the surname of his step father - Willis. His children are recorded as Willis. Although he was buried as Thomas Murphy Thomas Murphy
 
102 When Thomas Murphy married he took on the surname of his step father - Willis. His children are recorded as Willis. Although he was buried as Thomas Murphy Thomas Murphy
 
103 Funeral Notice
NEALE, Mr George Wharf Street Shornecliffe-Relatives and friends of Mrs M E Neale and Family are respectfully informed of the death of her beloved husband their Father , Father-in-law
The Funeral is appointed to leave the Parlor 400 Wickham St To-morrow (Wednesday) at 10 am for Lutwych Cemetery METROPOLITAN FUNERALS
 
George Neale
 
104 Wallanderry (Campbelltown on Death Cert) Georgina Lucy Rose Neale
 
105 Worthington, Georgina Lucy Rose, d. 3/4/99, age: BN, d. hospital, Spouse:Bill (D), Children:Bill, Margaret, Bob, Norma, Ken, Bruce,Ruth, Phillip, Neal, Tony & Judy, formerly of St George, sister of George & Betty, & sis-in-l of Hughie, buried St George 9-4-1999,service-Berowra Heights Catholic Ch 8-4-1999,CM 7-4-1999" Georgina Lucy Rose Neale
 
106 Died at home Josephine Mable Lehane Neale
 
107 Father of 5 children
 
James Joseph Newell
 
108 Some general information on the Noud Family was found on the Genealogy.com GenForum under the topic "Noud family Kildare, Ireland to NSW & QLD Australia:

http://genforum.genealogy.com/noud/messages/1.html 
Margaret Noud
 
109 CATHOLIC_3-96-149 Margaret Mary O'Neill
 
110 Cremated Margaret Mary Pahlow
 
111 PAHLOW-SILADY, Pauline
Mary

Much loved wife of Stephen (deceased) and loving sister to
Robert, Margaret, Mary (all deceased) and Edward and
Elizabeth.

Previously of Greville Street, Chatswood, she died peacefully
after a long illness at Mary Potter Nursing Home, Ryde,
aged 84 years, on 26 December 2006.

May she rest in peace.

A Requiem Mass will be offered
at the Mary Potter Chapel, 678 Victoria Road, Ryde on Tuesday
2 January, 2007 at 11.00am. Following the Mass the burial
will be in the Macquarie Park Lawn Cemetery, Macquarie
Park, Plassey Road, North Ryde.

Gregory & Carr
Gordon 9498 4455

Australian Owned
The Sydney Morning Herald Thursday, 28 December 2006

PAHLOW-SILADY,
Pauline Mary.

Much loved wife of Stephen (deceased) and loving sister to
Robert, Margaret, Mary (all deceased) and Edward and
Elizabeth.

Previously of Greville Street, Chatswood, she died peacefully
after a long illness at Mary Potter Nursing Home, Ryde,
aged 84 years, on December 26, 2006.

May she rest in peace.

A Requiem Mass will be offered
at the Mary Potter Chapel,
678 Victoria Road, Ryde, on
Tuesday, January 2, 2007 at
11 a.m. Following the Mass,
burial will be in Macquarie Park Lawn Cemetery, Macquarie
Park, Plassey Road, North Ryde.

Gregory & Carr
Gordon 9498 4455

Australian Owned
The Sydney Morning Herald Friday, 29 December 2006

Information provided by Susan Tutin
 
Pauline Mary Pahlow
 
112 Macquarie Cemetery NSW

Pahlow-Silady Pauline Mary Burial RCLAWN/BLOCK15/0864 02/01/2007

Surname: Pahlow-Silady Type: Burial
First Name: Pauline Other Names: Mary
Date of Death: 26/12/2006 Interred Date: 02/01/2007
Location Section Position
Roman Catholic Lawn Block 15 0864
 
Pauline Mary Pahlow
 
113 Roll of Honour - Robert Maxwell Joseph Pahlow Service number: 411255 Rank: Flying Officer Unit: 456 Squadron Service: Royal Australian Air Force Conflict: 1939-1945 Date of death: 29 April 1944 Place of death: English Channel

http://www.ww2roll.gov.au/Veteran.aspx?ServiceId=R&VeteranId=1059471 
Robert Maxwell Joseph Pahlow
 
114 Registred as Pillagreen Henry George Joseph Pellagreen
 
115
Probert
David
1932-11-30
 
David Probert
 
116 Probert David Henry 1962-04-23 David Henry Probert
 
117 John was born John Wandless,his father William or John Wandless died in August 1848,his mother remarried a Thomas Quinn and hence his name became John Wandless Quinn,the name named Wandless for reasons only known to himself,possibly for convenience seems to have been used as his second name as he became known as John Wandless Quinn and all his children surnames were named Quinn.
Name John Wandless Quinn Born 1846 Married 1871 Died 1902
Occupation A Mayor of Warwick Policeman,Politician,Publican Royal Exchange&Criterion Hotels at
Warwick,Gracemere Hotel near Rockhampton,he was also a committee man on the Eastern Downs Horticultural Society.He moved from Warwick to Gracemere approximately 1898

Died at 56 after a long and painful illness.

Extracted from "The Courier Mail" on the 23rd June 1888,I believe it was submitted by John:-

Quinn- In loving rememberance of my dear mother,Elizabeth Quinn who died in Grey Street on the 23rd June 1868

Twenty years have passed away
Since my dear mother was called away
She in a silent grave does lie
And we her loss do mourn and weep,
Thy will O Lord be done 
John Wandless Quinn
 
118 She came to Ireland in 1659 Jane Raper
 
119 Married Moira Wynn Dean
3 sons 
Kenneth John Frederick Retallack
 
120 See source Kenneth Charles Richards
 
121 All thirteen children were born at Monderhid Elizabeth Roberts
 
122 She migrated with her family when six years of age. Florence Anna Rosbrook
 
123 She told her children how she played on Hampstead Heath as a child. Florence Anna Rosbrook
 
124 Goonellabah Lawn Cemetery Portion: G; Section: 93; Lot: 50  Phillis Sadler
 
125 Willis Ivy Veronica -August 11 1978 at hospital. Late of Mowbray Rd Chastwood, loved mother of Thomas and Jack, mother in law of Joan and Marie, Grand Mother of their children. In her 91st year. Private cremation.
 
Ivy Victoria Seears
 
126 22331/1957 SARGENT FRANK EDWARD ENGLISH ELLEN VERONICA SYDNEY  Ellen Veronica Shipp
 
127 Silady Stephen Burial RCLAWN/BLOCK15/0863 07/08/1991


Surname: Silady Type: Burial
First Name: Stephen Other Names:
Date of Death: 04/08/1991 Interred Date: 07/08/1991
Location Section Position
Roman Catholic Lawn Block 15 0863

Macquarie Park NSW Aus 
Stephen Silady
 
128 Catherine died in 1903 aged 86. This indicates that she was born 1817
( 1903-86 = 1817)

It recorded on the shipping list that Catherine could read
 
Catherine Skahan Skeahan
 
129 Records of Millingtons Funeral Directors state that Edward Archibald Stacey was cremated and his ashes placed in the NICHE WALL, Section M, Number 4, Row B. Edward Archibald Stacey
 
130 Coburg Cemetery - Church of England: Compartment: C Grave No: 27. Jessie Laura Annie Stacey
 
131 Wollongong General Cemetery RC South Section Frederick Henry Tolhurst
 
132 George Walpole arrived in the colony in 1825. His sentence was 14 years. The census said he was a messenger at the Colonial Secretary's Office at Government House on the Domain. George Walpole
 
133 FLETCHER - A, Mrs: born 8 Nov 1860 at her residence,Lime St Wife of Captain A Fletcher

On the 26 instant , at Terrara, Shoalhaven , Mrs ARCHIBALD FLETCHER of a son

On the 27 instant at Terrara Shoalhaven Mrs Archibald Fletcher of a daughter

 
Jemima Watson
 
134 DEATH NOTICE- FLETCHER ON THE 22nd May1876 , at her residence, Wattle Street Sandhurst,Vi ctoria, Jemima, the beloved wife of Archibald Fletcher, andsister of J.B.Watson Esq, aged 39 Years
OBITUARY- DEATH OF MRS FLECTCHER .It was with feeling of deep regret: that we have torecord the death of Mrs Fletcher , the wife Of Mr Fletcher,manager for Mr J.B.Watson of this city ,and sister to the later gent. She died on the 22nd May after a brief illness. We areinformed that her complaint was acute information. The loss of the deceased lady will be felt by many who were recipients of her charity, The lamented leaves a family of nine childern. - -- "Bendiigo Adverstier". (It is with feeling of the most profound grief that we call the attention of our readers to the forgoing paragrah. The deceased lady will be in the recollection of many who for number of years in this districten jouted her estimable friendship. She was a partaker of our joys , and shared in sorrows. None in our midsit had the ravages of the flood impressed more vividly upon their memory -- for the home and household property of her husband,children and self were swept away at one sudden stroke. As the beloved partner of one who for so many years enjoyed in such hand eminent degree the confidence , esteem and friendship of all who cam e in contact with him, the deceased would also have excited in the hearts of many sympathising friends her deep emotions of sorrow. It will be in the recollection of many friend of the deceased that she visit the district about six month ago, but how little did they anticipate that this was a fair well visit . There are very many hearts beating in earnest sypathy with Captain Fletcher in his great bereavement, but it is consolatory to know that both the deceased lady and her bereaved partner had earnestly sough the Lord and his right ecousness, and were enabled to commit their way to him who doe th all things right - - Communicated.) 
Jemima Watson
 
135 Dr.WALTER WILLIAMSON.
!Came to Australia at the age of 4 years, with his parents Charles and Elizabeth
[nee Waldie] Williamson and 5 siblings. Family history in the book "Early
Pioneers of Victoria and Riverina", pages 200/202 only list 4 children,
perhaps 2 died on the journey. The "Palmyra left Greenock, Scotland on Thu
18th Jul 1839, and arrived at Port Phillip [Melbourne] on Sun 24th Nov 1839.
!Walter was educated at Bruce Castle, North England and Edinburgh University,
Scotland. Graduated M.D; finished medical studies in Paris, but never practised
his profession. Returned to Australia and followed pastoral pursuits at
DeCameron Stn. Held several other properties, including Yanga and Wongagong in
New South Wales, and Tower Hill in Queensland. During the period that Walter
Williamson owned DeCameron it comprised 30,000 acres [12,000 hectares], and
carried 13,000 sheep.
!He was a member of the Ararat and St.Arnaud Shire Councils, and a Justice of
the Peace in Victoria and New South Wales. A keen sportsman, he owned a number
of racehorses, including "The Diver", who ran third in the Melbourne Cup.
!Married Annie Morrow, daughter of Charles Samuel and Margaret [nee McCracken],
early pioneers, and at one time owned Bungall Stn near Lal Lal, Vic.
!Walter died at DeCameron Stn. on Fri 20th Sep 1901, and Annie died at
!28 Springfield Ave Toorak Vic on Sun 21st Dec 1930.
"The Diver" was not owned by Walter at the time that he ran third in the 1874
Melbourne Cup. The winner was "Haricot", and the second horse was "Protos".
Time 3min.37 1/2 sec. Haricot won by 1/2 hd. He was a brown horse, 4 years old,
jockey, Greville, started at 6/1 and carried 6 stone 10 pounds [43 kilos].
There were 20 starters in the race.
!Info source.- Early Pioneer Families of Victoria and Riverina.
Compiled and edited by Alexander Henderson, Melbourne
McCasson, Bird & Co 1936 [see page 200].
!Report in "Age" newspaper Mon 23rd Sep 1901 p7.c2.
!"Ararat.- Dr.Williamson of DeCameron, died on Friday night after a brief
illness, at the age of 66 years. He came to Australia when 4 years of age, and
resided at DeCameron for about 40 years."
!Death notice in "Argus" newspaper Mon 23rd Sep 1901 p1.c1.
!WILLIAMSON.- On the 20th Sept, at DeCameron, Elmhurst, Walter Williamson M.D.
aged 66 years.
!Personal Column in the "Argus" Mon 23rd Sep 1901 p4.c9.
!"Regret was expressed at Ararat on Saturday of the death of Dr.Williamson, who
was one of the oldest residents of that portion of the state. He came to
Victoria 62 years ago when he was 4 years of age. After taking his Degree he
practised his profession for some years, and then engaged in pastoral
pursuits.Besides his fine estate in the Ararat district, he also had a large
property near Townsville, Queensland. He leaves a widow and a family of three,
his son, Sgt Walter Williamson, having recently returned from South Africa."

Walter Williamson Esquire Decameron 20 Sep 1901
Given Name Walter
Surname Williamson
Alternative Name
Title
File number 83/670
Death Date 20 Sep 1901
Death Date notes
Grant Date 18 Jul 1902
Grant Date notes
Nature of Grant A
General Notes
Occupation Esquire
Residence Decameron
Country of Residence
State of Residence
Residence notes Elmhurst
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Item Details
Series title: Probate and Administration Files
Description: 83/670
Date range: -
Public access: Open
Format: Physical
Location: North Melbourne
This Item is part of
Series number: VPRS 28
Consignment number: P0002
Unit number: 618

Letters of administration have been
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granted in the'estate of Air. Walter Wil- liamson, late of Decameron, Elmhurst, who died intestate in September last. The

estate, which is valued at 62,000, and !

5.100 personalty, goes to the widow and j

six children

The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889-1931) (about) 
Walter Williamson
 
136 !WALTER WILLIAMSON.
!Born DeCameron Stn, Elmhurst Vic, Sun 15th Apr 1877. Educated Cheltenham
Collge, England, and Cumloden, Melbourne. Followed pastoral pursuits: managed
DeCameron Stn for some time after his father's death. Served in South African
War [Boer War], 1900, with 3rd Bushmen. Reached the rank of Sergeant. On return
purchased O.K. Station, near Dalby Qld, where he resided till 1925.
!Married Isabella, daughter of Robert Moffat, of Ravenswood Stn. an early
Victorian pioneer. Died at Gundaline Stn Wed 7th Feb 1934, leaving issue three
daughters - Anne, Mary and Betty.
!Info source.- Early Pioneer Families of Victoria and Riverina
Compiled and edited by Alexander Henderson, Melbourne
McCasson, Bird & Co, 1936 [see page 201]
!Gundaline Station is approx 55 kms east of Hay in NSW. The property seems to
be fronting onto the Murrumbidgee River. This has not been confirmed, only what
it appears on a map sighted at the Perth Library. 
Walter Williamson
 
137 Buried Catholic Portion no 94 Alfred Bede Willis
 
138 Among many talents Dorothy Beckett Geyer (nee Willis) was an accomplished poet. Links to two of Dorothy's poems are provided below:

A Christmas Poem for Women
Anzac Day March.

(The insignia at the top of the "Anzac Day March" poem is the insignia of the 4th Battalion AIF. This was the Battalion William Keith Willis fought with in WW1. William Keith died of wounds in France in 1918.) 
Dorothy Beckett Willis
 
139 Buried in the same grave as her mother Margaret Scully (nee Leheen). Elizabeth Agnes Willis
 
140 Florence Joyce Kneipp (nee Willis) funeral service tribute Florence Joyce Willis
 
141 After joining the Army in May 1916, he deserted after three months, and though a warrant was issued for his arrest records show that he was never apprehended. Family members recall he was not much at home. It seems he went to Brisbane, Queensland, where he apparently became friends with a family by the name of Lee (see grave marker) who had him buried under the name of "Harold Francis Willis" Harold Hugh Willis
 
142 Isabel Mary Ross (nee Willis) Funeral Service Tribute Isabel Mary Willis
 
143 THE FRIENDS of Mr. John Willis, Farrier, are invited to the Funeral of his late beloved DAUGHTER, Isabella E; to move from his residence, Bullanaming street near Wells Street, Redfern, THIS (Thursday) AFTERNOON at half-past 2 o'clock for the Necropolis.
J. and G. Shying and Co., 120, South Head Rd
 
Isabella Esther Willis
 
144 Willis, Jack Lehane (1918 - 2004)

Jack Lehane Willis initially worked as an organic chemist in private industry. He was then appointed Botanical Research Officer at the Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences (later the Powerhouse Museum) in 1948. Later he became Deputy Director 1956-59 and Director 1960-79.

Career Highlights Born Sydney, 16 March 1918. Educated University of Sydney (BA, MSc). Botanical Research Officer, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences 1948, Deputy Director 1956-59, Director 1960-79. President, Museums Association of Australia 1961-67.

Powerhouse Museum [Repository details] Title: Jack Lehane Willis - Records Reference: MA 153, MRS 225 Date Range: 1921 - 1978 Description: Research files and notebooks regarding essential oils, particularly in relation to J.L. Willis and A.R. Penfold's "The Eucalypts: botany, cultivation, chemistry and utilization" (London, 1961); overall dates 1921-78 [MA 153]. Reprints of articles 1950-66 [MRS 225]. Access: Available for reference.

(Information provided by Susan Tutin)

 
Jack Lehane Willis
 
145 Buried Catholic portion Grave no 89 John Willis
 
146 John Willis Timeline (provided by Diana Ballinger). John Willis
 
147 Report on 1896 Brewarrina Heatwave by Diana Ballinger. John Willis
 
148 Their first child was probably a male with the initial T
A person of that initial is buried in the grave of J.G.R.W 
John George Robert Willis
 
149 Article by Peter Styles on Joseph Willis Joseph Willis
 
150 Mentioned in NSW census of 1828: Living in Parramatta with wife Rose and children John 3, and Thomas 9.
 
Joseph Willis
 

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