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Pauline Mary Chalker

F, #11126, b. 8 July 1935, d. 19 November 2017

Family: Michael James Byron (b. 4 December 1932, d. 24 January 2011)

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  • Birth: 8 July 1935; (Australia)G
  • Marriage: 22 January 1955; Michael James Byron; Captain's Flat, New South Wales, AustraliaG
  • Death: 19 November 2017; (Australia)G

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M, #11127, b. 1939

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Thomas Lloyd Byron

M, #11128, b. 1925, d. 1990

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  • Birth: 1925; (Australia)G
  • Marriage: 1947; Private
  • Death: 1990; (Australia)G

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F, #11129, b. 1925

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Unnamed Byron

M, #11130, b. 1937, d. 1937

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Biography

  • Birth: 1937; (Australia)G
  • Death: 1937; (Australia)G

Unnamed Byron

M, #11131, b. 1943, d. 1943

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Biography

  • Birth: 1943; (Australia)G
  • Death: 1943; (Australia)G

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F, #11132, b. 1924

Parents

Family: Douglas Cecil (b. about 1924, d. about 1990)

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Henry Cardier

M, #11133, b. 1909, d. 13 April 1937

Biography

  • Birth: 1909; Queensland, AustraliaG; to Harry and Emily Prior
  • Marriage: March 1937; Ellen Sara Type; AustraliaG
  • Death: 13 April 1937; Babinda Hospital, Babinda, Queensland, AustraliaG; FOOTBALLERS DEATH.

    INJURED ON SUNDAY.

    POPULAR INNISFAIL MAN.

    BABINDA, April 14.

    While playing football at Mirri- winni on Sunday last in a match be- tween Mirriwinni and South John- stone teams, Henry Cardier (25) re- ceived internal injuries and was taken to the Babinda hospital. On Sunday night his condition was such that an operation was deemed necessary and he was operated on for an injured kidney.

    Yesterday, his condition was so serious that a blood transfusion was given late in the afternoon, but prov- ed of no avail and he passed away at 7.30 p.m.

    Deceased was a native of Halifax, but spent most of his life at South Johnstone, where he was very well known. He was married only a month ago. His mother, three brothers and three sisters reside at South John- stone, and one brother at Halifax, to whom the sympathy of all footballers and supporters of the game is ex-

    tended.

    The body was taken to Innisfail for burial.; W:Ellen Sara Type
  • Burial: 14 April 1937; Innisfail, Queensland, AustraliaG

Percival John Clancy

M, #11134, b. about 1913, d. 19 April 1943

Family: Ellen Sara Type (b. 30 January 1913, d. 13 April 2007)

Biography

  • Birth: About 1913; (Australia)G
  • Marriage: After April 1937; Ellen Sara Type; (Australia)G
  • Death: 19 April 1943; Queensland, AustraliaG; DINMORE FATALITY. — Per- cival John Clancy, of Kangaroo Point, Brisbane, who was injured when a truck in which he was travelling on Saturday struck a cow, swerved, and collided with a train at Dinmore. died in the Ips- wich Hospital yesterday without regaining consciousness.; W:Ellen Sara Type

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U, #11135, b. 1937

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Biography

  • Birth: 1937

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U, #11136, b. 1937

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Biography

  • Birth: 1937

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U, #11137, b. 1937

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Biography

  • Birth: 1937

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M, #11138, b. 2011

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Biography

  • Birth: 2011

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M, #11139, b. 1972

Family: Private (b. 1972)

Biography

  • Birth: 1972
  • Marriage: 2008; Private

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F, #11140, b. 2009

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  • Birth: 2009

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M, #11141, b. 2011

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  • Birth: 2011

Ray Lindsay

M, #11142, b. 12 July 1912, d. 12 January 1985

Family: Ella Walsh (b. 22 December 1920, d. 14 July 1984)

Biography

  • Birth: 12 July 1912; Heber City, Wasatch, Utah, United States of AmericaG; to J. W. Lindsay
  • Marriage: 21 February 1944; Ella Walsh; St Paul's Cathedral, Rockhampton, Queensland, AustraliaG; LINDSAY-WALSH

    At St Paul's Cathedral at 7 o'clock yesterday evening the marriage was celebrated of Ellen, only daughter of Mr and Mrs Thomas Walsh, Bolsover Street, Rockhampton, to Private Ray Lindsay, third son of Mr and Mrs J. W. Lindsay, Salt Lake City, Utah. Canon J. E. Dale officiated. The bride was given away by her father, and was attended by Miss Phyllis McEwan as bridesmaid. Sergeant R. Johnson, USA, was best man. The bride wore a very dainty frock of white organdi over satin, featuring a buttercup top with a sweetheart neck- line, and a very full skirt. Her tulled veil was held in place with a coronet of matching flowers, and she carried an ivory prayer book with streamers of stephanotis, lent by Mrs W. Reid. The bridesmaid's frock of blue organdi over satin was made in the princes style, and she wore a small flowered hat to tone. The bouquet which she car- ried was of pink frangipanni and step- hanotis. Mrs Walsh, the bride's mother, wore a frock in black and white ton- ings and she added black accessories. After the ceremony the wedding breakfast was held at the home of the bride's parents. A feature of the de- corations was a wedding cake decorated by Mr Colin Rigby. When leaving to spend the honey- moon at Yeppoon, the bride wore a pretty grey and mauve silk crepe frock and a mauve hat.
  • Death: 12 January 1985; Salt Lake City, Utah, United States of AmericaG
  • Burial: After 12 January 1985; Cemetery, Heber City, Utah, United States of AmericaG

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F, #11143, b. 1983

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Family: Private (b. 1969)

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  • Birth: 1983

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F, #11144, b. 1984

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Family: Private (b. 1977)

Biography

  • Birth: 1984
  • Marriage: 2005; Private

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M, #11145, b. 1977

Family: Private (b. 1984)

Biography

  • Birth: 1977
  • Marriage: 2005; Private

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F, #11146, b. 2005

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Biography

  • Birth: 2005

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F, #11147, b. 2008

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Biography

  • Birth: 2008

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M, #11148, b. 1969

Family: Private (b. 1983)

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  • Birth: 1969

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M, #11149, b. 2011

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Biography

  • Birth: 2011

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F, #11150, b. 1979

Family: Private (b. 1981)

Biography

  • Birth: 1979