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David Frances Richard Hayes

M, #5551, b. 18 April 1922, d. 1984

Parents

Biography

  • Birth: 18 April 1922; Orange, New South Wales, AustraliaG
  • Marriage: 1944; Private
  • Death: 1984; New South Wales, AustraliaG

Private

F, #5552, b. 1922

Biography

Frederick Furner

M, #5553, b. about 1885, d. before 1985

Family: Ada May ("Topsy") Michell (b. 15 September 1905, d. 14 February 1983)

Biography

Private

M, #5554, b. 1941

Parents

Biography

  • Birth: 1941

Private

M, #5555, b. 1941

Parents

Biography

  • Birth: 1941

Private

M, #5556, b. 1941

Parents

Biography

  • Birth: 1941

Private

F, #5557, b. 1941

Parents

Biography

  • Birth: 1941

Private

F, #5558, b. 1941

Parents

Biography

  • Birth: 1941

Aline May McLennan

F, #5559, b. 1904, d. before 2004

Biography

  • Name:
  • Birth: 1904; South Grafton, New South Wales, AustraliaG; to Kenneth G and Caroline McLennan
  • Marriage: 6 September 1927; Albert Victor Michell; The Union Church, Coutts' Crossing, Grafton, New South Wales, AustraliaG
  • Death: Before 2004; (Australia)G

Ada May ("Topsy") Michell

F, #5560, b. 15 September 1905, d. 14 February 1983

Parents

Family 1: Cecil George Hayes (b. 1898, d. 1964)

Family 2: Frederick Furner (b. about 1885, d. before 1985)

Biography

  • Name:
  • Name:
  • Name:
  • Birth: 15 September 1905; Orange, New South Wales, AustraliaG
  • Marriage: 1 August 1922; Cecil George Hayes; Orange, New South Wales, AustraliaG
  • Marriage: After 1941; Frederick Furner; (Australia)G
  • Marriage: 26 November 1964; Charles Ernest Myers; (Australia)G
  • Death: 14 February 1983; Drummoyne, Sydney, New South Wales, AustraliaG

Joy Kathleen Tilse

F, #5561, b. 1928, d. 24 August 2013

Parents

Family: Don Gillman (b. about 1928, d. before 2003)

Biography

  • Name:
  • Birth: 1928; (Australia)G
  • Marriage: 27 November 1948; Don Gillman; Mareeba, Queensland, AustraliaG; GILLMAN-TILSE

    On Saturday, November 27, at 3.30 p.m., St George's Church of England, Mareeba, was the scene of the wedding of Joy Kathleen, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Tilse, Constance-street, Ma- reeba, to Donald Percival, fourth son of Mr. and Mrs. F. Gillman, Atherton. Rev. R. A. Campbell

    officiated

    The bride, who entered the church on the arm of her father, looked radiant in an exquisite gown of lace and marquisette featuring a deep heart-shaped neckline, with tight-fitting bodice of lace embroidered with pearl and silver beads. The fully-flared skirt and train of marquisette was finished with an overskirt of lace falling in soft folds to a peak at the back. The short two-tier tulle veil falling to below the waistline was held in place by a coronet of white gardenias. A beautiful bou- quet of white arum lilies, carna- tions and Michaelmas daisies was backed with tulle and finished with a bow and two tiny horse-

    shoes.

    Miss Joyce Kershaw, a close friend, was bridesmaid. Miss Ker- shaw was frocked in pale green sheer and figured organdi. The gown featured an embroidered sheer yoke with a deep organdi frill falling over tiny sleeves. The full organdi skirt was topped by an embroidered sheer overskirt falling to a peak at the back. A short veil of green tulle fell from a bandeau of green straw trim- med with pale pink flowers. A bouquet of pink and red carna- tions was carried, and pale green mittens completed the charming

    ensemble.

    Norma Mooney acted as fiower girl and looked sweet in mauve sheer and figured organdi. Norma's frock was a miniature of the bridesmaid's except that it feat- ured a sheer flared skirt with an organdi overskirt. Her headdress consisted of mauve flowers held in place with a ribbon bow tied un- der the chin and finished with mauve tulle falling over her fair hair. She carried a horseshoe of carnations and ribbon.

    The duties of best- man, were carried out by Mr. L. Tait of Ath-

    erton.

    During the signing of the regis- ter Miss Grace Moore sang "Ave Maria," accompanied at the organ by Miss J. Iggulden.

    The reception was held at Dun- lop's Hotel, the tables being artis- tically decorated with flowers. Pride of place was given to a

    three-tier diamond-shaped cake Rev. Campbell was chairman.

    The guests were received by the bride's mother, who looked charm- ing in a green crepe frock beaded in amber tonings. This ensemble was completed with brown acces- sories. In the absence of the groom's mother, she was assisted by a sister of the groom, Mrs. G. Turner, who was frocked in char- treuse green featuring the new floral petticoat effect, with tan ac-

    cessories.

    The honeymoon was spent in Arcadia Bay, Magnetic Island For her travelling frock the bride chose toast crepe trimmed with

    tiny white lace flowers from waist

    to hipline. White accessories com- pleted the ensemble.

    Close
  • Death: 24 August 2013; Raynbird Place, Carseldine, Queensland, AustraliaG; GILLMAN, Joy Kathleen Late of Raynbird Place, Carseldine, formerly of
    Mareeba, North Queensland. Passed away peacefully on 24th August, 2013. Aged
    85 Years Beloved Wife of Don (dec'd). Much loved Mother and Mother-in-law of
    Donna and Kevin, Lindsay and Julie. Grandmother of Merrill, Kristie, Lachlan
    and Rowan. Family and Friends are invited to attend a Celebration of Joy's
    Life, to be held at Pinnaroo Crematorium, Graham Road, Bridgeman Downs, on
    Friday, 30th August, 2013, commencing at 11 a.m.. In lieu of flowers,
    donations to Alzheimers Association would be appreciated. ALEX GOW FUNERALS
    Brisbane - Ph 3851 7800 FAMILY OWNED alexgowfunerals.com.au
    Funerals
    Published in The Courier-Mail on 28/08/2013
  • Burial: 30 August 2013; Pinnaroo Crematorium, Graham Road, Bridgeman Downs, Queensland, AustraliaG

Don Gillman

M, #5562, b. about 1928, d. before 2003

Family: Joy Kathleen Tilse (b. 1928, d. 24 August 2013)

Biography

  • Birth: About 1928; (Australia)G
  • Marriage: 27 November 1948; Joy Kathleen Tilse; Mareeba, Queensland, AustraliaG; GILLMAN-TILSE

    On Saturday, November 27, at 3.30 p.m., St George's Church of England, Mareeba, was the scene of the wedding of Joy Kathleen, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Tilse, Constance-street, Ma- reeba, to Donald Percival, fourth son of Mr. and Mrs. F. Gillman, Atherton. Rev. R. A. Campbell

    officiated

    The bride, who entered the church on the arm of her father, looked radiant in an exquisite gown of lace and marquisette featuring a deep heart-shaped neckline, with tight-fitting bodice of lace embroidered with pearl and silver beads. The fully-flared skirt and train of marquisette was finished with an overskirt of lace falling in soft folds to a peak at the back. The short two-tier tulle veil falling to below the waistline was held in place by a coronet of white gardenias. A beautiful bou- quet of white arum lilies, carna- tions and Michaelmas daisies was backed with tulle and finished with a bow and two tiny horse-

    shoes.

    Miss Joyce Kershaw, a close friend, was bridesmaid. Miss Ker- shaw was frocked in pale green sheer and figured organdi. The gown featured an embroidered sheer yoke with a deep organdi frill falling over tiny sleeves. The full organdi skirt was topped by an embroidered sheer overskirt falling to a peak at the back. A short veil of green tulle fell from a bandeau of green straw trim- med with pale pink flowers. A bouquet of pink and red carna- tions was carried, and pale green mittens completed the charming

    ensemble.

    Norma Mooney acted as fiower girl and looked sweet in mauve sheer and figured organdi. Norma's frock was a miniature of the bridesmaid's except that it feat- ured a sheer flared skirt with an organdi overskirt. Her headdress consisted of mauve flowers held in place with a ribbon bow tied un- der the chin and finished with mauve tulle falling over her fair hair. She carried a horseshoe of carnations and ribbon.

    The duties of best- man, were carried out by Mr. L. Tait of Ath-

    erton.

    During the signing of the regis- ter Miss Grace Moore sang "Ave Maria," accompanied at the organ by Miss J. Iggulden.

    The reception was held at Dun- lop's Hotel, the tables being artis- tically decorated with flowers. Pride of place was given to a

    three-tier diamond-shaped cake Rev. Campbell was chairman.

    The guests were received by the bride's mother, who looked charm- ing in a green crepe frock beaded in amber tonings. This ensemble was completed with brown acces- sories. In the absence of the groom's mother, she was assisted by a sister of the groom, Mrs. G. Turner, who was frocked in char- treuse green featuring the new floral petticoat effect, with tan ac-

    cessories.

    The honeymoon was spent in Arcadia Bay, Magnetic Island For her travelling frock the bride chose toast crepe trimmed with

    tiny white lace flowers from waist

    to hipline. White accessories com- pleted the ensemble.

    Close
  • Death: Before 2003; (Australia)G

Neville John Horsburgh

M, #5563, b. about 1945, d. 2008

Biography

  • Birth: About 1945; (Australia)G
  • Marriage: 1996; Private
  • Death: 2008; (Australia)G

Private

F, #5564, b. 1989

Parents

Biography

  • Birth: 1989

Private

F, #5565, b. 1958

Biography

  • Birth: 1958
  • Marriage: 2004; Private

Eileen Margaret Smith

F, #5566, b. 27 September 1915, d. 1916

Parents

Biography

  • Birth: 27 September 1915; Queensland, AustraliaG
  • Burial: 24 March 1916; West End Cemetery, West End, Townsville, Queensland, AustraliaG; aged 6 months1
  • Death: 1916; Queensland, AustraliaG

Citations

  1. [S1233] Register of Interments in The Townsville Cemetery (West End), https://www.townsville.qld.gov.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0021/8391/West-End-Cemetery-Records.pdf, page 145

Mathew Richie1

M, #5567, b. 1806, d. before 1913

Biography

  • Birth: 1806; (Scotland)G1,2
  • Marriage: 29 April 1859; Sarah Cherrie Smith; St Quivox, Ayrshire, ScotlandG1
  • Census (F): 7 April 1861; Sarah Cherrie Smith; John Reed's Land, Newton on Ayr, Ayrshire, ScotlandG; with James Ritchie, 15 and Hugh S Ritchie 92
  • Death: Before 1913; (Scotland)G1

Citations

  1. [S145] IGI, Batch Number: 7014610 ~ Sheet: 58 ~ Source Call No.: 0538396
  2. [S160] UK Census 1861, Census Type: National
    Census Place: UK, 1861 Scotland Census, Parish: Newton on Ayr, ED: 19, Page 28; Lone: 9; Roll CSSCT 1861_82, viewed at Ancestry.com 7 Jun 2015

Private

F, #5568, b. 1973

Family: Private (b. 1973)

Biography

  • Birth: 1973
  • Marriage: 1993; Private

Private

M, #5569, b. 1993

Parents

Biography

  • Birth: 1993

Private

F, #5570, b. 1993

Parents

Biography

  • Birth: 1993

[________] [________]

M, #5571, b. about 1834, d. before 1934

Biography

  • Birth: About 1834; (England)G
  • Marriage: December 1858; Sarah Jane Hibell; Birmingham, Warwickshire, EnglandG; to John Moore or Michael Dolan
  • Death: Before 1934; (England)G

George Paul Portway1

M, #5572, b. 1836, d. between July 1909 and September 1909

Biography

  • Birth: 1836; Birmingham, Warwickshire, EnglandG1
  • Marriage: June 1868; Mary Hannah Hibell; West Bromwich, Warwickshire, EnglandG
  • Occupation: 5 April 1891; stableman (groom)1
  • Census (F): 5 April 1891; Mary Hannah Hibell; 7 Venster Terrace, Portsea, Hampshire, EnglandG1
  • Census (F): 31 March 1901; Mary Hannah Hibell; 69 Simpson Road, Portsmouth, Hampshire, EnglandG; Night Watchman2
  • Death: Between July 1909 and September 1909; Portsmouth, Hampshire, EnglandG; aged 73 years

Citations

  1. [S166] UK Census 1891, Census Type: National
    Census Place: UK
  2. [S167] UK Census 1901, Census Type: National
    Census Place: UK

[________] [________]

M, #5573, b. about 1849, d. before 1949

Biography

  • Birth: About 1849; (England)G
  • Marriage: September 1869; Emma Hibell; Birmingham, Warwickshire, EnglandG; maybe to William Barnes?
  • Death: Before 1949; (England)G

Charlotte Bather1

F, #5574, b. 1861, d. between October 1941 and December 1941

Family: John Thomas Hibell (b. before 29 July 1855, d. before 1955)

Biography

  • Name:
  • Birth: 1861; Wellington, Shropshire, EnglandG1,2
  • Marriage: December 1881; John Thomas Hibell; Wellington Sal, Shropshire, EnglandG
  • daughter: 1881; John Thomas Hibell; Trench, Wellington, Shropshire, EnglandG; an Iron Wire Drawer, a lodger in the household of Thomas Bather an Innkeeper, and his family2
  • Census (F): 31 March 1901; John Thomas Hibell; 90 Fulham Road, Sparkhill, Warwickshire, EnglandG; he was a manager of a tobacconist and fancy goods shop; W:Harry Arthur Hibell1
  • Death: Between October 1941 and December 1941; Aled, Denbigshire, EnglandG; aged 86

Citations

  1. [S167] UK Census 1901, Census Type: National
    Census Place: UK
  2. [S1458] FindMyPast, http://search.findmypast.com.au/record?id=GBC/1881/0011980141

Theodore Carl Dunker

M, #5575, b. 1852, d. between January 1919 and March 1919

Family: Catherine Eleanor Hibell (b. 4 October 1861, d. between January 1940 and March 1940)

Biography

Citations

  1. [S166] UK Census 1891, Census Type: National
    Census Place: UK
  2. [S1458] FindMyPast, http://search.findmypast.com.au/record?id=GBC/1901/0015762714
  3. [S346] UK Census 1911, Census Type: National, Census Place: UK, RG14PN17912 RG78PN1093 RD383 SD3 ED2 SN196