Lily Marie Hands

F, b. 1860, d. 21 June 1907
FatherMark John Hands b. 1827, d. 1861
MotherJane Harford b. 1827, d. 3 Sep 1903
     Lily was born in 1860 at Melbourne, Victoria. Her was commonly known as Cissy. As of 8 August 1888,her married name was Gamble.1
She married James Alexander Gamble on 8 August 1888 at North Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.1 Lily and James appeared on the Australian electoral roll of 1903 and listed as living at Plenty Road, Preston, Melbourne, Victoria. Lily had a listed occupation of Home Duties and he of Engine Driver.
Lily died on 21 June 1907 at Clifton Hill, Victoria, at age at an unknown age . She was buried at Coburg Cemetery, Melbourne, Victoria.2

Family

James Alexander Gamble b. 29 Aug 1864, d. 13 May 1926
Children

Citations

  1. [S194] Death Certificate - Victoria, James Alexander Gamble; Reg Vic No: 3957/1926.
  2. [S285] "Billion Graves". <unknown cd3>

James Alexander Gamble

M, b. 29 August 1864, d. 13 May 1926
FatherJoseph Gamble b. 7 Jul 1836, d. 26 Apr 1896
MotherJessie Crow b. 18 Sep 1840, d. 4 Apr 1922
     He was commonly known as Alick. James was born on 29 August 1864 at North Fitzroy, Melbourne, Victoria.
On 29 August 1885, now "of age", James would have been eligible to receive his half share from the Estate of his Uncle, William John Gamble.
He married Lily Marie Hands on 8 August 1888 at North Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.1 James Alexander Gamble, her brother, was the official Informant on the Death Certificate of Lillian Woodworth Gamble.2 James and Lily appeared on the Australian electoral roll of 1903 and listed as living at Plenty Road, Preston, Melbourne, Victoria. James had a listed occupation of Engine Driver and she of Home Duties. His wife, Lily died in 1907.


He married Richmond Forrest Kilpatrick in 1908 at Clifton Hill, Victoria. Richmond had a nickname starting with "C" as reported in his death notice in the Australasian, Saturday 22 May 1926, p3. GAMBLE.-- On the 13th May (suddenly), James Alexander, dearly beloved husband of C. Gamble, of the Righi, Ferntree Gully road, Oakleigh, and loving father of Vera, Bertha, Gilbert, and Lily, in his 62nd year. (Private internment.).3,4,1 James and Richmond appeared on the Australian electoral roll of 1913 and listed as living at Penty Road, Preston, Melbourne, Victoria. James had a listed occupation of Engine Driver and she of home duties. He and Charles Sydney Stokes were Directors and shareholder of Gamble Brick Works Co Pty Ltd, along with others. From The Argus on 3 February 1922:
From "The Argus" - EMPLOYEE ASSAULTS EMPLOYER.
Wearing a bandage over his left cheek, Mr James Alexander Gamble, managing: director of ? the Gamble Brick Company, appeared at the Oakleigh Police Court on Thursday to give ? evidence against Leith J. Beasley, a former employee who ,was charged with having assaulted ? Mr Gamble. It was stated that about four months' ago Mr Gamble dismissed Beasley for disobedience. On January 25 Mr Gamble was riding a bicycle in Ferntree Gully road, Oakleigh, when Beasley hit him under, the left eye, the wound necessitating medical attention. Beasley stated that Mr Gamble attempted to ride him down. He did not assault him, but warded him off. Beasley was fined £7/7/, with, £3/14/6 costs.5


James died on 13 May 1926 at Balwyn, Melbourne, Victoria, at age 61. This death was comemorated by his family with "In Memorandum" messages in The Argus newspaper two years later on Sat 12 May 1928; "GAMBLE - In fond memory of my dear husband, Alick, who died on 13th May, 1926 (Inserted by his loving wife R. F Gamble. "The Righi", Oakleigh)." and "GAMBLE - In loving memory of our dear father James A Gamble, who passed away on the 13th
May, 1926 (Inserted by his loving children, Vera, Bertha, Gilbert, and Lily)."
.
Alternatively, from his Death Certificate James died on 13 May 1926 at age 61. The Death Certificate provides two addresses:
166 Mont Abert Road, Camberwell and
"The Righi", Fern Tree Gully Road, Oakleigh.
He is said to have died because of Arteriosclerosis, Hyperpiesis* and Cerbral Haemorrhage. [*hyperpiesis - persistent and pathological high blood pressure for which no specific cause can be found. essential hypertension, hyperpiesia. high blood pressure, hypertension - a common disorder in which blood pressure remains abnormally high (a reading of 140/90 mm Hg or greater)] He was last seen by Dr Colin Friend on the 13th May.
He is described as a person "of indepentent means".1 He was buried on 14 May 1926 at Coburg Pine Ridge Cemetery, Coburg, Victoria. This Headstone reads
"Alick GAMBLE, died 13 May 1926, husband of C. Gamble.
Lilly M. GAMBLE, died 21 June 1907, aged 46 Years, wife of Jas A GAMBLE. James A. Gamble, died 13 May 1926. In 62nd year, father of Vera, Bertha, Gilbert and Lily."
[C Gamble is "Cissy" the alternate name for his wife Lilly.]
Burried: PRESBYTERIAN: Compartment: P Grave No: 245.1
His estate was probated on 23 June 1926 at Melbourne, Australia.6

Family 1

Lily Marie Hands b. 1860, d. 21 Jun 1907
Children

Family 2

Richmond Forrest Kilpatrick b. 1863, d. 12 Apr 1946

Citations

  1. [S194] Death Certificate - Victoria, James Alexander Gamble; Reg Vic No: 3957/1926.
  2. [S196] Australian Certificate. Her Death Certificate Vic Reg No: 11779.
  3. [S189] Victorian Death Certificate, Her Vic Reg No being 4155 in 1946.
  4. [S147] Marriage Record, Their Victorian Marriage Register Number is 3768 / 1908.
  5. [S195] The Argus.
  6. [S99] Text , Australia, Victoria, Index to Probate Registers, 1841-1989," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:JVWN-VPY : 2 March 2021), James A Gamble, 23 Jun 1926; citing Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, series 210, record 638, Public Record Office, Victoria; FamilySearch digital folder 004105240.

Gilbert Alexander Gamble

M, b. 16 April 1893, d. 23 November 1972
FatherJames Alexander Gamble b. 29 Aug 1864, d. 13 May 1926
MotherLily Marie Hands b. 1860, d. 21 Jun 1907
     Gilbert was born on 16 April 1893 at Preston, Melbourne, Victoria.1 The following article is from the Canberra Times newspaper on 30 September 1931:
UNLIGHTED CAR
Driver Fined £1
Before Mr. J. W. T. Forrest, P.M., at the Canberra police Court yesterday, Gilbert Alexander Gamble was fined £1 with 8/6 costs for having driven a motor vehicle at night without lights. lt was stated that the defendant on the night concerned had driven his motor car along Mort Street, Braddon, in an unlighted condition.  
A charge of dangerous driving against Gamble was withdrawn.    

Gilbert Alexander Gamble married Adeline Christina Emily Fraser Watson in 1937 at Victoria.1,2
Gilbert Alexander Gamble died on 23 November 1972 at age 79.1 Gilbert and Adeline were buried in the same plot at Sorrento Cemetery, 78 Normanby Road, Sorrento, Victoria.1

Family

Adeline Christina Emily Fraser Watson b. 14 May 1908, d. 1 Jan 1983

Citations

  1. [S253] https://billiongraves.com/grave/Gilbert-Alexander-Gamble/… Collected 12/06/2018.
  2. [S147] Marriage Record, Their Vic Reg: 2742 (1937).

Vera Clarice Gamble

F, b. 1890
FatherJames Alexander Gamble b. 29 Aug 1864, d. 13 May 1926
MotherLily Marie Hands b. 1860, d. 21 Jun 1907
     Vera was born in 1890 at Preston, Melbourne, Victoria.
She married Herbert Arthur Glasscock in 1912.

Bertha Agnes Gamble

F, b. 1891, d. 1975
FatherJames Alexander Gamble b. 29 Aug 1864, d. 13 May 1926
MotherLily Marie Hands b. 1860, d. 21 Jun 1907
     Bertha was born in 1891 at Preston, Melbourne, Victoria. Bertha appeared on the Australian electoral roll of 1914 and listed as living at Trafford Road, Elsternwick, Melbourne. Bertha had a listed occupation of home duties. As of 1914,her married name was Butler.1
She married Victor Wilfred Butler in 1914.1
Bertha Agnes Gamble died in 1975 at Victoria.

Family

Victor Wilfred Butler b. c 1892, d. 1969
Child

Citations

  1. [S147] Marriage Record, Their Vic Reg: 10822 (1914).
  2. [S223] Herald Sun, 22 Feb 2006, p77.

Isabella Gamble

F, b. 1 November 1867, d. 15 March 1932
FatherJoseph Gamble b. 7 Jul 1836, d. 26 Apr 1896
MotherJessie Crow b. 18 Sep 1840, d. 4 Apr 1922
     Isabella was born on 1 November 1867 at East Brunswick, Melbourne, Victoria.1 Isabella Gamble was also known as Babel according to the death certificate of her father. As of 22 December 1886,her married name was Brewer.
She married William James Brewer on 22 December 1886 at Victoria.1 Isabella and William appeared on the Australian electoral roll of 1903 and listed as living at Park Crescent, Fairfield, Victoria. Isabella had a listed occupation of Home Duties and he of Timber Merchant. In William James Brewer's will dated 26 October 1928, his wife Isabella Gamble was named as executor; The Argus reported on this fact on Fri 26 October 1928 on page 6: "Mr. William James Brewer, of Studley Park road, Kew, timber merchant, who died on August 6, 1927, left by will dated August 24, 1926, real estate of a gross value of £20,720 and personal property of a gross value of £40,077 to his wife and children, subject to several bequests to relatives. He appointed his wife, Mrs. Isabella Brewer, and one of his sons, Mr. Herbert William Brewer, to bo the executors and trustees of his will. The will was lodged for probate yesterday."
Isabella died on 15 March 1932 at 102 Studley Park Road at Kew, Victoria, She is listed as having suffered Colon Cancer for an unknown period. She was last seen by Dr F. May on her last day. at age 64.1 She was buried on 17 March 1932 at Heidelberg (Warringal) Cemetery, 472 Upper Heidelberg Road, Melbourne, Victoria.1,2

Family

William James Brewer b. 1869, d. 6 Aug 1927
Children

Citations

  1. [S194] Death Certificate - Victoria, Isabella BREWER; Reg Vic No: 1472/1932.
  2. [S285] "Billion Graves"; Isabella Brewer:
    https://billiongraves.com/cemetery/…. <unknown cd3>

William James Brewer

M, b. 1869, d. 6 August 1927
FatherAbsalom Brewer
MotherSarah Elizabeth Smith
     William was born in 1869.
He married Isabella Gamble on 22 December 1886 at Victoria.1 William and Isabella appeared on the Australian electoral roll of 1903 and listed as living at Park Crescent, Fairfield, Victoria. William had a listed occupation of Timber Merchant and she of Home Duties.
William James Brewer died on 6 August 1927. He was buried at Heidelberg (Warringal) Cemetery, 472 Upper Heidelberg Road, Melbourne, Victoria. He was burried with his wife Isabella, and sons Lawrence and Stanley.2 He left a will on 26 October 1928. The Argus reported on this fact on Fri 26 October 1928 on page 6: "Mr. William James Brewer, of Studley Park road, Kew, timber merchant, who died on August 6, 1927, left by will dated August 24, 1926, real estate of a gross value of £20,720 and personal property of a gross value of £40,077 to his wife and children, subject to several bequests to relatives. He appointed his wife, Mrs. Isabella Brewer, and one of his sons, Mr. Herbert William Brewer, to bo the executors and trustees of his will. The will was lodged for probate yesterday."

Family

Isabella Gamble b. 1 Nov 1867, d. 15 Mar 1932
Children

Citations

  1. [S194] Death Certificate - Victoria, Isabella BREWER; Reg Vic No: 1472/1932.
  2. [S285] "Billion Graves"; Isabella Brewer
    https://billiongraves.com/cemetery/…. <unknown cd3>

John Patrick Kennedy

M, b. 1871, d. 1944
FatherJoseph Kennedy b. 1836, d. 12 Apr 1922
MotherMargaret Byrne b. 1835, d. 29 Jan 1921
     John Patrick Kennedy was born in 1871 at Footscray, Melbourne, Victoria.1
He married Jane Agnes Gamble in 1894 at Footscray, Melbourne, Victoria. John Patrick Kennedy also went by the name of Jack and to my mother, Betty Gamble, he was known as Uncle Jack. John and Jane appeared on the Australian electoral roll of 1931 and listed as living at 17 Norwood Ave, Brighton, Victoria. John had a listed occupation of home duties and she of butcher.
John Patrick Kennedy died in 1944 at Middle Brighton, Victoria.2

Family

Jane Agnes Gamble b. 3 Apr 1871, d. 14 Mar 1933
Children

Citations

  1. [S192] Vic BDM search , Vic Reg No: 16225 (1871).
  2. [S255] Death Search Australia, His Vic Reg No: 195 (1944).

Jane Agnes Gamble

F, b. 3 April 1871, d. 14 March 1933
FatherJoseph Gamble b. 7 Jul 1836, d. 26 Apr 1896
MotherJessie Crow b. 18 Sep 1840, d. 4 Apr 1922
     Jane Agnes Gamble was also known as Aggie. Jane was born on on 3 April 1871 at East Brunswick, Melbourne, Victoria.
She married John Patrick Kennedy in 1894 at Footscray, Melbourne, Victoria. Jane and John appeared on the Australian electoral roll of 1931 and listed as living at 17 Norwood Ave, Brighton, Victoria. Jane had a listed occupation of butcher and he of home duties.
Jane died on 14 March 1933 at 17 Norwood Ave at Brighton, Victoria, at age 61. Her body was interred at local cemetery, Brighton, Melbourne.

Family

John Patrick Kennedy b. 1871, d. 1944
Children

Lillian Woodworth Gamble

F, b. 2 May 1879, d. 3 December 1897
FatherJoseph Gamble b. 7 Jul 1836, d. 26 Apr 1896
MotherJessie Crow b. 18 Sep 1840, d. 4 Apr 1922
     Lillian was born on 2 May 1879 at East Brunswick, Melbourne, Victoria.
Lillian died on 3 December 1897 at King Street at East Brunswick, Melbourne, Victoria, in a "Coma from Meningitis from....... Fever" at age 18. She had had this fever for 10 days and her doctor was with her on her last day. Her father was still a Contractor at her death..1
Her body was interred on 5 December 1897 at Footscray Cemetery, Yarraville, Victoria, at the 503-513 Geelong Road. Her undertaker was Harold Perkins..2
At the young age at which see died she was neither married nor had children.2

Citations

  1. [S196] Australian Certificate. Her Death Certificate Vic Reg No: 11779.
  2. [S196] Australian Certificate. Her Death Certificate. Vic Reg No: 11779.

Thomas Stokes

M, b. 22 March 1831, d. 13 June 1910
FatherThomas Stokes b. 15 Sep 1788, d. 4 Jan 1861
MotherAnn Prince b. 18 Apr 1790, d. 16 Oct 1877
     Thomas was born on 22 March 1831 at Edgebaston, Warwickshire, England.
He married Ellen Bunter Matthews in October 1857 at Victoria.1
Thomas died on 13 June 1910 at Alphington, Melbourne, Victoria, at age 79. His body was interred at Heidelberg, Victoria, at the Warringal Cemetery.

Family

Ellen Bunter Matthews b. 20 Mar 1833, d. 24 Jun 1907
Children

Citations

  1. [S71] BDM Index, Vic, Pioneers Index , Reg Vic No: 4380 (M).

Ellen Bunter Matthews

F, b. 20 March 1833, d. 24 June 1907
     She resided at, at Blackburn, Victoria, on. Ellen Bunter Matthews was born on 20 March 1833 at England.
She married Thomas Stokes in October 1857 at Victoria.1 As of October 1857,her married name was Stokes.1
Ellen Bunter Matthews died on 24 June 1907 at Fairfield, Victoria, at age 74.2

Family

Thomas Stokes b. 22 Mar 1831, d. 13 Jun 1910
Children

Citations

  1. [S71] BDM Index, Vic, Pioneers Index , Reg Vic No: 4380 (M).
  2. [S67] BDM Index Vic, Edwardian Index , Reg Vic No: 5274 (D).

Charles Sydney Stokes

M, b. 20 June 1874, d. 20 September 1939
FatherThomas Stokes b. 22 Mar 1831, d. 13 Jun 1910
MotherEllen Bunter Matthews b. 20 Mar 1833, d. 24 Jun 1907
     Charles was born on 20 June 1874 at Heidelberg, Victoria. He and Richard Urban Fitzgerald entered into a business partnership called "FITZ GERALD, STOKES, & CO." on 28 February 1899 They referred to their business as "Customs Agents & General Shipping, Forwarding, Freight and Insurance Agents".1

He married Jessie Gamble on 22 April 1902. The Marriage Notice in The Australasian (Melbourne, Vic. : 1864 - 1946), p. 55 reads:
STOKES—GAMBLE.—On the 22nd April, at the residence of the bride's sister (Mrs. W. J. Brewer, of "Adambach," Fairfield), by the Rev. Goyen, Charles Sydney, fourth son of Thos. Stokes, “Edgbaston," Alphington, to Jessie, third daughter of the late Joseph Gamble, of
Brunswick.
.2 Charles and Jessie appeared on the Australian electoral roll of 1903 and listed as living at Grange Road, Alphington, Victoria. Charles had a listed occupation of Customs Agent and she of home duties. He was a founding Director of "Fitz Gerald, Stokes & Co Pty Ltd" when it changed from a partnership to a Proprietary Company on 31 January 1913.3
On the 31st Jan 1913 the partnership of "Fitz Gerald, Stokes & Co" changed to a proprietary limited company and both Stokes and Fitz Gerald became Directors.1 He and James Alexander Gamble were Directors and shareholder of Gamble Brick Works Co Pty Ltd, along with others.
Charles died on 20 September 1939 at Canterbury, Melbourne, Victoria, at age 65. His body was interred at Heidelberg, Victoria, at the Warringal Cemetery. His estate was probated on 9 November 1939.4

Family

Jessie Gamble b. 13 Apr 1875, d. 14 Feb 1958
Children

Citations

  1. [S224] Charles L. Stokes, C. Stokes and Co. History, p5.
  2. [S99] Text , Family Notices (1902, May 24). The Australasian (Melbourne, Vic. : 1864 - 1946), p. 55. Retrieved March 16, 2019, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article139759017
  3. [S224] Charles L. Stokes, C. Stokes and Co. History, P 5.
  4. [S99] Text , Public Record Office Victoria; North Melbourne, Victoria; Victorian Wills, Probate and Administration Records 1841-1925; Series: VPRS 7591.

Jessie Gamble

F, b. 13 April 1875, d. 14 February 1958
FatherJoseph Gamble b. 7 Jul 1836, d. 26 Apr 1896
MotherJessie Crow b. 18 Sep 1840, d. 4 Apr 1922
     Jessie was born on 13 April 1875 at East Brunswick, Melbourne, Victoria.
She married Charles Sydney Stokes on 22 April 1902. The Marriage Notice in The Australasian (Melbourne, Vic. : 1864 - 1946), p. 55 reads:
STOKES—GAMBLE.—On the 22nd April, at the residence of the bride's sister (Mrs. W. J. Brewer, of "Adambach," Fairfield), by the Rev. Goyen, Charles Sydney, fourth son of Thos. Stokes, “Edgbaston," Alphington, to Jessie, third daughter of the late Joseph Gamble, of
Brunswick.
.1 As of 22 April 1902,her married name was Stokes. Jessie and Charles appeared on the Australian electoral roll of 1903 and listed as living at Grange Road, Alphington, Victoria. Jessie had a listed occupation of home duties and he of Customs Agent.
Jessie died on 14 February 1958 at Canterbury, Melbourne, Victoria, at age 82.

Family

Charles Sydney Stokes b. 20 Jun 1874, d. 20 Sep 1939
Children

Citations

  1. [S99] Text , Family Notices (1902, May 24). The Australasian (Melbourne, Vic. : 1864 - 1946), p. 55. Retrieved March 16, 2019, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article139759017

Ethel Preston Gamble

F, b. 15 December 1885, d. 16 December 1948
FatherJoseph Gamble b. 7 Jul 1836, d. 26 Apr 1896
MotherJessie Crow b. 18 Sep 1840, d. 4 Apr 1922
     Ethel was born at King Street on 15 December 1885 at Unity House, Brunswick, Melbourne. Victorian Birth Indexes give her birth year as 1886. Maybe this was because the birth was actually registered in the new year.. Ethel appeared on the Australian electoral roll of 1903 and listed as living at 396 Brunswick Street, North Fitzroy, Victoria. Ethel had a listed occupation of Home Duties. They was a bridesmaid at Mabel Cairns and Herbert Joseph Gamble's wedding on 28 April 1910 at Presbyterian Church, Footscray, Melbourne.1
Ethel died on 16 December 1948 at Kew, Melbourne, at age 63. She was in a private hospital there and a Family Notice was published on page 11 of The Argus on Sat 18th of December 1948. Ethel did not marry.

Citations

  1. [S197] Their Marriage Certificate, Victorian Marriage Certificate 128 of 1910.

Carl Lemke

M, b. 16 March 1875
     Carl was born on 16 March 1875 at Tabilk, Victoria.

Family 1

Lucy Follett Beer b. 11 Jun 1857, d. 14 Nov 1924
Children

Family 2

Child

Elizabeth Jane Pickens

F, b. 4 January 1866, d. 1921
FatherSamuel Pickings d. 4 Jan 1866
MotherKeziah Thomas b. 1846, d. 1921
     Elizabeth Jane Pickens was also known as Elizabeth Jane Pickings. She was born on 4 January 1866 at Fryerstown, Victoria. Reg Vic No: 2220. Elizabeth married Albert Beer, son of James John Beer and Eleanor Clark, circa 1883 at Daylesford, Victoria. By this stage her mothers surname was Langdon. My supposition is that Keziah was born Thomas; married Samuel Pickens in 1864; had Elizabeth then married Thomas Langdon in 1867. As of 1883,her married name was Beer.
Elizabeth Jane Pickens died in 1921 at Echuca, Victoria.

Family

Albert Beer b. 10 May 1859, d. 18 Nov 1929
Children

Edmund James Beer

M, b. 1861, d. 19 September 1927
FatherJames John Beer b. 25 Jan 1836, d. 24 Dec 1903
MotherEleanor Clark b. 6 Nov 1835, d. 3 Oct 1895
     Edmund was born in 1861 at Kyneton, Dalhousie, Victoria.
Edmund James Beer married Mary Ellen Tomlinson, daughter of John Tomlinson and Sarah Ann Raws, on 10 August 1887 at Womboota Bible Christian Church, Womboota, NSWG.
Edmund James Beer died on 19 September 1927 at the Railway Station, Elsternwick, Melbourne. He was buried at Cheltenham Pioneers Cemetery, 233-237 Charman Road, Cheltenham, Victoria, Australia.

Family

Mary Ellen Tomlinson b. 13 Jun 1867, d. 5 Jul 1953
Children

Alice Martha Beer

F, b. 18 June 1864, d. 28 July 1936
FatherJames John Beer b. 25 Jan 1836, d. 24 Dec 1903
MotherEleanor Clark b. 6 Nov 1835, d. 3 Oct 1895
     Alice was born on 18 June 1864 at Tylden, Victoria.1
She married Edward Tomlinson.
Alice died on 28 July 1936 at Echuca, Victoria, at age 72. She was buried at Moama Cemetery, Moama, New South Wales.

Family

Edward Tomlinson b. 13 Jun 1861, d. 25 Apr 1921
Children

Citations

  1. [S317] Birth Index, Australian State Records, Internet Search , Alice Martha Beer; Victorian Birth Registration No: 9372/1864.

Fredrick William Beer

M, b. 29 May 1868, d. 21 July 1951
FatherJames John Beer b. 25 Jan 1836, d. 24 Dec 1903
MotherEleanor Clark b. 6 Nov 1835, d. 3 Oct 1895
     Fredrick was born on 29 May 1868 at Tylden, Victoria.
He married Elizabeth Watson Mc Laren on 17 June 1896 at Moama, New South Wales.
Fredrick died on 21 July 1951 at age 83. His body was interred on at Albury Cemetery, Albury, New South Wales, at the.

Family

Elizabeth Watson Mc Laren b. 5 Oct 1871, d. 18 May 1943
Children

Elizabeth Watson Mc Laren

F, b. 5 October 1871, d. 18 May 1943
FatherDavid McLaren b. 10 Sep 1838, d. 24 Jul 1925
     Elizabeth Watson Mc Laren was buried at North Albury Cemetery, New South Wales. She was born on 5 October 1871 at Moama, New South Wales.
She married Fredrick William Beer on 17 June 1896 at Moama, New South Wales.
Elizabeth died on 18 May 1943 at age 71. Her body was interred at Albury Cemetery, Albury, New South Wales.

Family

Fredrick William Beer b. 29 May 1868, d. 21 Jul 1951
Children

Henry Alfred Beer

M, b. 7 May 1870, d. 30 April 1875
FatherJames John Beer b. 25 Jan 1836, d. 24 Dec 1903
MotherEleanor Clark b. 6 Nov 1835, d. 3 Oct 1895
     Henry Alfred Beer was born on 7 May 1870 at Tylden, Victoria.
Henry Alfred Beer died on 30 April 1875 at Tabilk, Victoria, at age 4. Of Typhoid fever.

Thirsa Malena Beer

F, b. 19 June 1873, d. 3 September 1873
FatherJames John Beer b. 25 Jan 1836, d. 24 Dec 1903
MotherEleanor Clark b. 6 Nov 1835, d. 3 Oct 1895
     Thirsa was born on 19 June 1873 at Nagambie, Victoria.
Thirsa died on 3 September 1873 at Tabilk, Victoria, at age at an unknown age . Her death, in some Indexes was recorded as "Thursa" whilst her birth was recorded as "Thirsa"..1

Citations

  1. [S255] Death Search Australia, Reg Vic No: 7813/1873 - Thirsa Malena Beer Tabilk; 2 months.

Isaac Slater

M, b. circa 1777
     Isaac Slater was born circa 1777.
He married Eleanor Frith on 27 September 1802 at Duffield, Derbyshire, England.1
Isaac died at age at an unknown age .

Family

Eleanor Frith b. c 1779, d. 23 Apr 1868
Children

Citations

  1. [S99] Text , Derbyshire Marriage Index 1538-1910.

Eleanor Frith

F, b. circa 1779, d. 23 April 1868
FatherGeorge Frith
MotherMary Buxton
     Eleanor was born on circa 1779 at Duffield, Derbyshire, England.
She married Isaac Slater on 27 September 1802 at Duffield, Derbyshire, England.1 As of 27 September 1802,her married name was Slater.1 Eleanor accompanied John, Mary and family to at Port Adelaide, South Australia, arriving on 6 June 1849. The Dorothy, a ship of 488 tons, had originally left Plymouth on 4th Mar before reaching Port Adelaide. John and family travelled this distance as steerage passengers before leaving the ship in Adelaide. From here the Dorothy left for Melbourne arriving there on July 29 after leaving Adelaide on the 21st.
The South Australian Register on Sat 9th June 1849, p4: "Wednesday, June 6 The barque Dorothy, 488 tons, Moody, master, from London. Passengers— Mr Jonas M Myers, Mr Richard Baker Aldersey, wife. and seven children, Mr William Montgomery, wife, and three children. Mr John Rule, Miss Sarah Rule, in the cabin.
Messrs John Joseph Hail, Richard Pirkins, John Moseler Smith, Miss Ellen Scott, Mr William Stewart, in the intermediate. Richard Wm. Lerrett, wife, and two children. John Archer, wife, and child, Wm. Barnes and wife, Henry Rugless, wife, and two children, Henry S Rugless and wife, George Lee and wife, Thomas Goodman, Maria Williams and son, Patrick Gallaway, wife, and three children. James William Bailey, John Robertson, Thos Hitherington, Eliza Barnett, Philip Larritt. William Mason, wife, and child, Robert Torlmer, wife, and two children (Walter, aged I6 years, was drowned at sea, 2nd June). William Brewer, wife, and child, James Brown and wife, Margaret Humbut, Elizabeth Fisher, James Hawkins and two children, John Turner, wife, and five children, Charles Swift, wife, and four children, John Clarse [Clark]. wife, and seven children, Eleanor Slater [nee Frith], Mary Raw Hs. Joseph Fogg. Charles George Webb, Mary Ann Kerby, Geo Diggins. John Grummedge, Harstham Hogg, George Peter Hammond, wife, and three children. Jane Barnes, Thomas Thacker, John Rawson. Thomas Tyler, wife, and eight children, John Stock, John Symes Avery, in the steerage."
.2 Eleanor immigrated to at Adelaide in on 6 June 1849. She arrived onboard the ship Dorothy from London and Plymouth having travelled in stearage accomodation. It is strange that the newspaper article announcing her arrival made no mention of Isaac nor her two children. I suspect Isaac died in England but where the children?. She was to spend 7 years in Adelaide before moving to Victoria where she spent the last 12 years of her life.
Note thats she is part of the same passenger list as John Clark and family.. Eleanor died on 23 April 1868 at Tylden, Victoria, from "Exhaustion" which she had been suffering from for 10 months.. She died at 6am. Her doctor, Dr Pestell, had not seen her scince the 26th Jan 1868.. Her body was interred on on 24 April 1868 at the local cemetery, Tylden, Victoria, at the.

Family

Isaac Slater b. c 1777
Children

Citations

  1. [S99] Text , Derbyshire Marriage Index 1538-1910.
  2. [S99] Text , "SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE." South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) 9 June 1849: p4. Web. 22 Dec 2018 <http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article50246245>.

James (Snr) Ingles

M, b. circa 1757
ChartsJames Ingles Indented Descendants
James Ingles Box Descendants
     James was born on circa 1757 at Montrose, Forfarshire, Angus, Scotland.
He married Catharine Smith on 6 December 1801 at Montrose, Forfarshire, Angus, Scotland. It appears that by the time of his wedding he was still using the surname Inglis. Their marriage entry reads "James Inglis & Catharine Smith both of this parish were proclaimed in order to marriage & no objection offered".. James was a handloom weaver..

Family

Catharine Smith
Children

Catharine Smith

F
ChartsJames Ingles Indented Descendants
James Ingles Box Descendants
     Catharine was born at Scotland.
She married James (Snr) Ingles on 6 December 1801 at Montrose, Forfarshire, Angus, Scotland. It appears that by the time of his wedding he was still using the surname Inglis. Their marriage entry reads "James Inglis & Catharine Smith both of this parish were proclaimed in order to marriage & no objection offered"..

Family

James (Snr) Ingles b. c 1757
Children

David Ingles

M, b. 20 September 1802
FatherJames (Snr) Ingles b. c 1757
MotherCatharine Smith
ChartsJames Ingles Indented Descendants
James Ingles Box Descendants
     David was born on 20 September 1802 at Montrose, Forfarshire, Angus, Scotland.

James Ingles

M, b. 16 July 1804
FatherJames (Snr) Ingles b. c 1757
MotherCatharine Smith
ChartsJames Ingles Indented Descendants
James Ingles Box Descendants
     James was born on 16 July 1804 at Montrose, Forfarshire, Angus, Scotland. He resided at Elizabeth St, on on 11 March 1856. James is listed on both the Launceston Assessment Roll (Rates Roll) and the House of Assembly Roll in the District of Launceston as living in Elizabeth St., Launceston..
James died at age at an unknown age . His body was interred at Scots' Cemetery, Launceston, Tasmania.

Robert Ingles

M, b. 11 August 1809, d. 22 August 1885
FatherJames (Snr) Ingles b. c 1757
MotherCatharine Smith
ChartsJames Ingles Indented Descendants
James Ingles Box Descendants
     Robert was born on 11 August 1809 at Montrose, Forfarshire, Angus, Scotland.
He married Margaret Hakney Caithness on 25 November 1831 at Arbroath, Angus, Scotland. Robert was a ship's carpernter. He witnessed George Paul Ingles's death on 10 October 1860 at 85 Blackcroft, Dundee, Angus, Scotland. George died four hours after a fall which caused fracturing to his scull.. He resided at 70 Lower Viewcraig Row, at 70 Lower Viewcraig Row, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland, on in 1885.
Robert Ingles died on 22 August 1885 at 70 Lower Viewcraig Row, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland, at age 76. He died from Bronchitis and Cardiac Debility. He is reported to have died at 1.00 am.

Family

Margaret Hakney Caithness b. c 1811, d. 4 Apr 1889
Children

Mary Jane Ingles

F
FatherJames (Snr) Ingles b. c 1757
MotherCatharine Smith
ChartsJames Ingles Indented Descendants
James Ingles Box Descendants
     Mary Jane Ingles was born.