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Eliza Lake

F, #1876, b. 26 March 1805, d. before 1905

Parents

Biography

  • Birth: 26 March 1805; Hitchin, Hertfordshire, EnglandG
  • Christening: 26 March 1805; Hitchin, Hertfordshire, EnglandG
  • Death: Before 1905; (England)G

William Lake

M, #1877, b. 10 May 1809, d. before 1909

Parents

Biography

  • Birth: 10 May 1809; Hitchin, Hertfordshire, EnglandG
  • Christening: 10 May 1809; Hitchin, Hertfordshire, EnglandG
  • Death: Before 1909; (England)G

Ephraim Lake

M, #1878, b. 18 October 1811, d. before 1911

Parents

Biography

  • Birth: 18 October 1811; Hitchin, Hertfordshire, EnglandG
  • Christening: 18 October 1811; Hitchin, Hertfordshire, EnglandG
  • Death: Before 1911; (England)G

Michael Lake

M, #1879, b. 15 March 1814, d. before 1914

Parents

Biography

  • Birth: 15 March 1814; Hitchin, Hertfordshire, EnglandG
  • Member Of Household: 6 June 1841; George Lake and Elizabeth Honour; Preston, Ippollitts, Hitchin, Hertfordshire, EnglandG; also with Harriet Lake, 2, not born in this county; W:Mary Lake and Emma Lake1
  • Death: Before 1914; (England)G

Citations

  1. [S335] UK Census 1841, Census Type: National
    Census Place: UK

Sydney Walsh

WALSH_Sydney_photo
M, #1880, b. 3 January 1900, d. 21 June 1982

Parents

Family: Florence Emma Ireland (b. 11 May 1900, d. 15 January 1993)

Biography

  • Birth: 3 January 1900; Charters Towers, Queensland, AustraliaG
  • Occupation: 12 March 1914; Selwyn, Charters Towers, Queensland, AustraliaG; Joined Queensland Railway Department as a lad porter.
  • Electoral Roll: 1925; Railway Hotel, Mareeba, Queensland, AustraliaG; a railway employee
  • Electoral Roll: 1925; Railway Hotel, Mareeba, Queensland, AustraliaG; a railway employee
  • Marriage: 15 March 1927; Florence Emma Ireland; Hermit Park Methodist Church, Hermit Park, Townsville, Queensland, AustraliaG; Wedding
    Walsh – Ireland
    On the 15[SUP:]th[:SUP] March at the Hermit Park Methodist Church, Townsville, Sidney, son of Mrs and the late Mr Walsh of Innisfail was united to Florence, third daughter of the later Mr and Mrs Ireland of Mareeba. The bride entered the church on the arm of her brother-in-law Mr Crookes who gave her away and wore a heavily beaded French frock of white Marlette. She also wore tulle veil and wreath of orange blossoms arranged coronet effect presented by Mrs Crooks and carried a beautiful bouquet of roses and asparagus fern with satin streamers. Miss Dolly Ireland sister of the bride acted as bridesmaid and wore a shell pink heavily beaded French model of mariette and a pink silk crinoline picture hat to match and carried a bouquet of roses and asparagus fern with satin streamers. Little Ilma Crooks, niece, of the bride acted as train bearer, and looked dainty in pink georgette made latest high waisted effect being shirred and finished at foot with rows of ruchings and she carried a basket bouquet of roses and ferns. Mr Roy Swan of Atherton acted as best man. After the ceremony the party left the church amid showers of confetti to be photographed, then motored to the home of the bride’s sister where the wedding breakfast was partaken of and the usual toasts honoured. The happy couple left by train for North where the honeymoon will be spent. The bride’s travelling dress being apricot crepe de chene over which was worn a black georgette dust coat. A silk crinoline hat to tone was also worn; W:Ernest Cuthbert Crookes, Vera Annie Ireland, and Ilma Alice Jane Crookes
  • Electoral Roll: 1930; Florence Emma Ireland; Railway Department, Cardwell, Queensland, AustraliaG; a railway employee
  • Electoral Roll: 1936; Florence Emma Ireland; Pomona, Queensland, AustraliaG; a railway employee
  • URL: Before 21 June 1982; [WEB:]http://pandora.nla.gov.au/pan/53653/20070502-0000/www.history.qr.com.au/stories/stories/stories/runaway_train.html[:WEB]
  • Death: 21 June 1982; Innisfail, Queensland, AustraliaG
  • Burial: After 21 June 1982; Innisfail Cemetery, Innisfail, Queensland, AustraliaG; Section 17, No 1993

Florence Emma Ireland

WALSH_Florence_Emma_nee_IRELAN
F, #1881, b. 11 May 1900, d. 15 January 1993

Parents

Family: Sydney Walsh (b. 3 January 1900, d. 21 June 1982)

Biography

  • Birth: 11 May 1900; Charters Towers, Queensland, AustraliaG
  • Electoral Roll: 1925; Gordonvale, Queensland, AustraliaG; performing home duties
  • Marriage: 15 March 1927; Sydney Walsh; Hermit Park Methodist Church, Hermit Park, Townsville, Queensland, AustraliaG; Wedding
    Walsh – Ireland
    On the 15[SUP:]th[:SUP] March at the Hermit Park Methodist Church, Townsville, Sidney, son of Mrs and the late Mr Walsh of Innisfail was united to Florence, third daughter of the later Mr and Mrs Ireland of Mareeba. The bride entered the church on the arm of her brother-in-law Mr Crookes who gave her away and wore a heavily beaded French frock of white Marlette. She also wore tulle veil and wreath of orange blossoms arranged coronet effect presented by Mrs Crooks and carried a beautiful bouquet of roses and asparagus fern with satin streamers. Miss Dolly Ireland sister of the bride acted as bridesmaid and wore a shell pink heavily beaded French model of mariette and a pink silk crinoline picture hat to match and carried a bouquet of roses and asparagus fern with satin streamers. Little Ilma Crooks, niece, of the bride acted as train bearer, and looked dainty in pink georgette made latest high waisted effect being shirred and finished at foot with rows of ruchings and she carried a basket bouquet of roses and ferns. Mr Roy Swan of Atherton acted as best man. After the ceremony the party left the church amid showers of confetti to be photographed, then motored to the home of the bride’s sister where the wedding breakfast was partaken of and the usual toasts honoured. The happy couple left by train for North where the honeymoon will be spent. The bride’s travelling dress being apricot crepe de chene over which was worn a black georgette dust coat. A silk crinoline hat to tone was also worn; W:Ernest Cuthbert Crookes, Vera Annie Ireland, and Ilma Alice Jane Crookes
  • Electoral Roll: 1930; Sydney Walsh; Railway Department, Cardwell, Queensland, AustraliaG; a railway employee
  • Electoral Roll: 1936; Sydney Walsh; Pomona, Queensland, AustraliaG; a railway employee
  • Death: 15 January 1993; Innisfail, Queensland, AustraliaG1
  • Burial: After 15 January 1993; Innisfail Cemetery, Innisfail, Queensland, AustraliaG; http://cherylynette.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoid=40257479

Citations

  1. [S151] Innisfail Newspaper, Funeral Notice

Norma Daphne Walsh

F, #1882, b. 28 January 1930, d. 28 April 2008

Parents

Family: Edward James O'Malley (b. 14 November 1922, d. 1985)

Biography

  • Birth: 28 January 1930; Townsville, Queensland, AustraliaG
  • Marriage: About 1948; Edward James O'Malley; Feb or Mar
  • Death: 28 April 2008; Queensland, AustraliaG

Private

M, #1883, b. 1932

Parents

Family: Private (b. 1932)

Biography

Brian Noel Walsh

M, #1884, b. 12 December 1937, d. 11 December 2015

Parents

Family: Audrey Gurski (b. 28 May 1939, d. 20 January 2013)

Biography

  • Birth: 12 December 1937; Hughenden, Queensland, AustraliaG
  • Marriage: About 1957; Audrey Gurski; Bundaberg, Queensland, AustraliaG
  • Death: 11 December 2015; Queensland, AustraliaG

Patricia Margaret Walsh

F, #1885, b. 8 September 1939, d. 27 December 2010

Parents

Family: Private (b. 1934)

Biography

  • Birth: 8 September 1939; Proston, Queensland, AustraliaG
  • Marriage: 1958; Private
  • Death: 27 December 2010; New South Wales, AustraliaG

William Ernest Walsh

WALSH_William_TREMBATH_Elizabe
M, #1886, b. 29 January 1861, d. 1 July 1914

Parents

Family: Elizabeth Anne Trembath (b. 30 November 1871, d. 12 September 1960)

Biography

  • Birth: 29 January 1861; Accrington, Haslingden, Lancashire, EnglandG
  • Son: 7 April 1861; James Walsh and Mary Lawrenson; 10 Croft Street, Accrington, Haslingden, Lancashire, EnglandG; W:Ann Walsh and Mary Ellen Walsh1
  • Witness: 31 July 1864; James Walsh and Ann Holden; Queen of the South

    THE QUEEN OF THE SOUTH.

    The Black Ball liner Queen of the South,

    Captain Purvis, sailed from Liverpool on the 31st July last, and crossed the Equator in long. ?? deg. W. on the 2nd September. She passed the meridian of the Cape of Good Hope on the 66th day out, in lat. 40 deg. 40 min. 8., on September 24. Cape Otway was sighted on the 21st October, the 82nd day out, and on the 29th of the same month she received the pilot off Cape Morton, after a very pleasant passage of 90 days. At the time of her leaving Liverpool she had on board 440 government immigrants, all of whom were under the medical superintend- ence of Dr. Goullett. During the passage a good deal of sickness appears to have prevailed among the passengers, as no less than 13 deaths occurred ; eleven were infants, and the other two adults, and in nearly all cases the deaths re- sulted from diarrhoea or dysentery. The high rate of mortality may perhaps have, in some measure been caused by the fact that the greatest number of the passengers are Lancashire operatives, a class of people who aro found to suffer more in health during a sea voyage than those of the southern portions of England. During the passage there were four births.

    The Health Officer, Dr. Purdie, accompanied by Captain Banks, visited the ship yesterday ; and as all the passengers were in good health, he passed her. They were accordingly brought to town in the iron schooner Sala- mander, which was towed up the river by the Diamond, s. They reached the depot at South Brisbane, at 9 p.m., yesterday; W:Harriet Walsh2
  • Marriage: 2 October 1889; Elizabeth Anne Trembath; Wesleyan Parsonage, Charters Towers, Queensland, AustraliaG; W:Mary Anne Trembath and Joseph Henry Bland3
  • Occupation: 2 October 1889; Miner
  • Death: 1 July 1914; General Hospital, Mount Morgan, Queensland, AustraliaG; Broncho Pneumonia & Heart Failure.4
  • Burial: 2 July 1914; Mount Morgan, Queensland, AustraliaG; Section 1 Row J Grave (unknown) Tablet U96

Citations

  1. [S160] UK Census 1861, Census Type: National
    Census Place: UK
  2. [S136] Qld State Archives
  3. [S643] Marriage Certificate
  4. [S637] Death Certificate

Elizabeth Anne Trembath

TREMBATH_Lucinda_Family
F, #1887, b. 30 November 1871, d. 12 September 1960

Parents

Family: William Ernest Walsh (b. 29 January 1861, d. 1 July 1914)

Biography

  • Birth: 30 November 1871; Trunkey Creek, New South Wales, AustraliaG1
  • Marriage: 2 October 1889; William Ernest Walsh; Wesleyan Parsonage, Charters Towers, Queensland, AustraliaG; W:Mary Anne Trembath and Joseph Henry Bland2
  • Electoral Roll: 1930; 37 Willoughby Street, Milson's Point, Sydney, New South Wales, AustraliaG; W:Lucinda Walsh
  • Electoral Roll: 1936; 37 Willoughby Street, Milson's Point, Sydney, New South Wales, AustraliaG; W:Lucinda Walsh
  • Death: 12 September 1960; 37 Willoughby Street, Milson's Point, Sydney, New South Wales, AustraliaG3
  • Funeral: 14 September 1960; Bruce Maurer's ChapelG
  • Cremation: 14 September 1960; Northern Suburbs Crematorium, Sydney, New South Wales, AustraliaG

Citations

  1. [S130] NSW Birth Index
  2. [S643] Marriage Certificate
  3. [S1445] Sydney Morning Herald, 13 Sep 1960

William Ernest Walsh

M, #1888, b. 4 July 1890, d. 12 March 1955

Parents

Family: Johanna Caroline Pryor (b. 2 November 1892, d. 19 June 1919)

Biography

  • Birth: 4 July 1890; Miner Street, Charters Towers, Queensland, AustraliaG
  • Marriage: 26 February 1912; Johanna Caroline Pryor; Queensland, AustraliaG
  • Witness: 19 June 1919; Johanna Caroline Pryor; Broken Hill, New South Wales, AustraliaG
  • Marriage: 13 July 1929; Beatrice Alice Radford; Charters Towers, Queensland, AustraliaG; 1929/002302
  • Electoral Roll: 1930; Beatrice Alice Radford; Sunburst Hotel, Charters Towers, Queensland, AustraliaG; a miner
  • Death: 12 March 1955; Charters Towers, Queensland, AustraliaG

Alice Ann Walsh

F, #1889, b. 31 March 1892, d. 27 November 1980

Parents

Family: Frederick William Retchless (b. about 1892, d. before 1992)

Biography

  • Birth: 31 March 1892; Queensland, AustraliaG
  • Marriage: 1913; Frederick William Retchless; Queensland, AustraliaG
  • Electoral Roll: 1925; Frederick William Retchless; Sophia Street, Mackay, Queensland, AustraliaG; an insurance agent
  • Electoral Roll: 1925; Frederick William Retchless; Sophia Street, Mackay, Queensland, AustraliaG; an insurance agent
  • Occupation: 1927; Sarina, Queensland, AustraliaG; licensee of the Tandara Hotel
  • Electoral Roll: 1930; Frederick William Retchless; Shakespeare Street, Mackay, Queensland, AustraliaG; an insurance agent
  • Electoral Roll: 1936; Frederick William Retchless; 99 Shakespeare Street, Mackay, Queensland, AustraliaG; an insurance agent
  • Death: 27 November 1980; New South Wales, AustraliaG; late of Hurlstone Park

Thomas Walsh

M, #1890, b. 11 March 1894, d. 1948

Parents

Family: Christina Peebles (b. 11 October 1896, d. 3 June 1985)

Biography

  • Birth: 11 March 1894; Queensland, AustraliaG
  • Marriage: 22 July 1920; Christina Peebles; Queensland, AustraliaG
  • Occupation: Between 8 June 1936 and 3 October 1947; Tom worked for Rockhampton City Council - 8 Jun 1936 to 3 Oct 1947 as foreman for sewerage construction (Rockhampton City Council Library).
  • Electoral Roll: 1937; Christina Peebles; 118 Derby Street, Rockhampton, Queensland, AustraliaG; in the electoral division of Fitzroy
  • Electoral Roll: 1941; Christina Peebles; 290 Bolsover Street, Rockhampton, Queensland, AustraliaG; in the electoral division of Rockhampton
  • Electoral Roll: 1943; Christina Peebles; 290 Bolsover Street, Rockhampton, Queensland, AustraliaG; in the electoral division of Rockhampton; W:Ella Walsh
  • Burial: 15 October 1948; Toowong Cemetery, Toowong, Brisbane, Queensland, AustraliaG; Portion 18, Section 149, Grave 1A
  • Death: 1948; Brisbane, Queensland, AustraliaG; W:Christina Peebles

Lucinda Walsh

F, #1891, b. April 1896, d. before 1996

Parents

Biography

  • Birth: April 1896; Queensland, AustraliaG
  • Witness: 1930; Elizabeth Anne Trembath; 37 Willoughby Street, Milson's Point, Sydney, New South Wales, AustraliaG
  • Witness: 1936; Elizabeth Anne Trembath; 37 Willoughby Street, Milson's Point, Sydney, New South Wales, AustraliaG
  • Never Married: Before 1995; Private
  • Death: Before 1996; Sydney, New South Wales, AustraliaG

James Walsh

M, #1892, b. 30 September 1830, d. between 1865 and 1887

Parents

Family 1: Mary Lawrenson (b. 1830, d. 14 July 1862)

Family 2: Ann Holden (b. 1835, d. 1911)

Biography

  • Birth: 30 September 1830; Accrington, Haslingden, Lancashire, EnglandG1
  • Christening: 30 July 1837; Accrington, Haslingden, Lancashire, EnglandG1
  • Member Of Household: 6 June 1841; William Walsh and Ann Riley; Grange Lane, New Accrington, Lancashire, EnglandG; a printer; W:Arthur Walsh, Elizabeth Walsh, and John Walsh
  • Son: 30 March 1851; William Walsh and Ann Riley; Plantation Street, Accrington, Haslingden, Lancashire, EnglandG; a Green Grocer; W:Arthur Walsh, Elizabeth Walsh, John Walsh, William Walsh, Joseph Walsh, Mary Ann Walsh, and Sarah Walsh2
  • Marriage: 18 September 1852; Mary Lawrenson; Blackburn, Lancashire, EnglandG
  • Christening: 20 December 1855; 5 Albion Yard, Old Accrington, Lancashire, EnglandG
  • Census (F): 7 April 1861; Mary Lawrenson; 10 Croft Street, Accrington, Haslingden, Lancashire, EnglandG; W:Ann Walsh, Mary Ellen Walsh, and William Ernest Walsh3
  • Witness: 14 July 1862; Mary Lawrenson; Accrington, Haslingden, Lancashire, EnglandG; from disease of the heart4
  • Marriage: 18 October 1862; Ann Holden; Independant Chapel, Accrington, Haslingden, Lancashire, EnglandG
  • Occupation: 18 October 1862; Stonemason
  • Immigratn: 31 July 1864; Ann Holden; Queen of the South

    THE QUEEN OF THE SOUTH.

    The Black Ball liner Queen of the South,

    Captain Purvis, sailed from Liverpool on the 31st July last, and crossed the Equator in long. ?? deg. W. on the 2nd September. She passed the meridian of the Cape of Good Hope on the 66th day out, in lat. 40 deg. 40 min. 8., on September 24. Cape Otway was sighted on the 21st October, the 82nd day out, and on the 29th of the same month she received the pilot off Cape Morton, after a very pleasant passage of 90 days. At the time of her leaving Liverpool she had on board 440 government immigrants, all of whom were under the medical superintend- ence of Dr. Goullett. During the passage a good deal of sickness appears to have prevailed among the passengers, as no less than 13 deaths occurred ; eleven were infants, and the other two adults, and in nearly all cases the deaths re- sulted from diarrhoea or dysentery. The high rate of mortality may perhaps have, in some measure been caused by the fact that the greatest number of the passengers are Lancashire operatives, a class of people who aro found to suffer more in health during a sea voyage than those of the southern portions of England. During the passage there were four births.

    The Health Officer, Dr. Purdie, accompanied by Captain Banks, visited the ship yesterday ; and as all the passengers were in good health, he passed her. They were accordingly brought to town in the iron schooner Sala- mander, which was towed up the river by the Diamond, s. They reached the depot at South Brisbane, at 9 p.m., yesterday; W:William Ernest Walsh and Harriet Walsh5
  • Occupation: 3 January 1865; Stonemason
  • Death: Between 1865 and 1887; Theory: James died on voyage to Australia
  • Death: Before 1887; (Australia)G; Ann marrried Sydney Bland in 1887.
  • Occupation: 2 October 1889; Stonemason

Citations

  1. [S145] IGI, "England, Births and Christenings, 1538-1975," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/NDF8-YF7 : accessed 25 Apr 2013), James Walsh, 30 Sep 1830.
  2. [S1458] FindMyPast, Archive reference HO107 ~ Piece number 2250 ~ Folio 498 ~ Page 18 ~ Record set 1851 England, Wales & Scotland Census ~ Category Census, Land & Surveys ~ Subcategory Census ~ Collections from United Kingdom
  3. [S160] UK Census 1861, Census Type: National
    Census Place: UK
  4. [S637] Death Certificate
  5. [S136] Qld State Archives

Ann Holden

F, #1893, b. 1835, d. 1911

Parents

Family 1: James Walsh (b. 30 September 1830, d. between 1865 and 1887)

Family 2: Sydney Bland (b. about 1839, d. 12 May 1905)

Biography

  • Birth: 1835; (Lancashire), (England)G
  • Marriage: 18 October 1862; James Walsh; Independant Chapel, Accrington, Haslingden, Lancashire, EnglandG
  • Immigratn: 31 July 1864; James Walsh; Queen of the South

    THE QUEEN OF THE SOUTH.

    The Black Ball liner Queen of the South,

    Captain Purvis, sailed from Liverpool on the 31st July last, and crossed the Equator in long. ?? deg. W. on the 2nd September. She passed the meridian of the Cape of Good Hope on the 66th day out, in lat. 40 deg. 40 min. 8., on September 24. Cape Otway was sighted on the 21st October, the 82nd day out, and on the 29th of the same month she received the pilot off Cape Morton, after a very pleasant passage of 90 days. At the time of her leaving Liverpool she had on board 440 government immigrants, all of whom were under the medical superintend- ence of Dr. Goullett. During the passage a good deal of sickness appears to have prevailed among the passengers, as no less than 13 deaths occurred ; eleven were infants, and the other two adults, and in nearly all cases the deaths re- sulted from diarrhoea or dysentery. The high rate of mortality may perhaps have, in some measure been caused by the fact that the greatest number of the passengers are Lancashire operatives, a class of people who aro found to suffer more in health during a sea voyage than those of the southern portions of England. During the passage there were four births.

    The Health Officer, Dr. Purdie, accompanied by Captain Banks, visited the ship yesterday ; and as all the passengers were in good health, he passed her. They were accordingly brought to town in the iron schooner Sala- mander, which was towed up the river by the Diamond, s. They reached the depot at South Brisbane, at 9 p.m., yesterday; W:William Ernest Walsh and Harriet Walsh1
  • Marriage: 1887; Sydney Bland; Bradford, Victoria, AustraliaG
  • Burial: 15 January 1911; Charters Towers Cemetery, Charters Towers, Queensland, AustraliaG; Cemetery 2, Ch:2, Sec: 014, Grave: 04121, 73 years old, Heart Failure, Minister Rev. Nightingale.

    Funeral Notice
    The Friends of Mr. and Mrs. W. Walsh, Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Bland and Mr. and Mrs. H. Bland are respectfully invited to attend the Funeral of their late beloved Mother, Mrs. A. Bland, which will leave Mr. H. Bland's residence, corner Moore-street and Armstrong Road, at 11 a.m. THIS DAY (Monday), January 16th, 1911.
    HERBERT HALL
    UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER2,3
  • Death: 1911; Charters Towers, Queensland, AustraliaG; Death 1911/C2185 Ann Bland - father Thomas Holden, mother Mary Ann Green ???? Qld

    This is the only Ann died from 1864-1930 whose father is T Holden (searched 23/3/2013)

    Marriage 1871/C1705 Porter Ann to Bland Robert

    Death 1911/C2273 Thomas Frederic Bland to Sydney Bland and Ann Holden

Citations

  1. [S136] Qld State Archives
  2. [S1248] Charters Towers City Council Grave Registrations Report
  3. [S235] The Northern Miner, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-articles80343285

Harriet Walsh

F, #1894, b. 1863, d. before 3 January 1865

Parents

  • Father: James Walsh (b. 30 September 1830, d. between 1865 and 1887)
  • Mother: Ann Holden (b. 1835, d. 1911)

Biography

  • Birth: 1863; Accrington, Haslingden, Lancashire, EnglandG
  • Witness: 31 July 1864; James Walsh and Ann Holden; Queen of the South

    THE QUEEN OF THE SOUTH.

    The Black Ball liner Queen of the South,

    Captain Purvis, sailed from Liverpool on the 31st July last, and crossed the Equator in long. ?? deg. W. on the 2nd September. She passed the meridian of the Cape of Good Hope on the 66th day out, in lat. 40 deg. 40 min. 8., on September 24. Cape Otway was sighted on the 21st October, the 82nd day out, and on the 29th of the same month she received the pilot off Cape Morton, after a very pleasant passage of 90 days. At the time of her leaving Liverpool she had on board 440 government immigrants, all of whom were under the medical superintend- ence of Dr. Goullett. During the passage a good deal of sickness appears to have prevailed among the passengers, as no less than 13 deaths occurred ; eleven were infants, and the other two adults, and in nearly all cases the deaths re- sulted from diarrhoea or dysentery. The high rate of mortality may perhaps have, in some measure been caused by the fact that the greatest number of the passengers are Lancashire operatives, a class of people who aro found to suffer more in health during a sea voyage than those of the southern portions of England. During the passage there were four births.

    The Health Officer, Dr. Purdie, accompanied by Captain Banks, visited the ship yesterday ; and as all the passengers were in good health, he passed her. They were accordingly brought to town in the iron schooner Sala- mander, which was towed up the river by the Diamond, s. They reached the depot at South Brisbane, at 9 p.m., yesterday; W:William Ernest Walsh1
  • Death: Before 3 January 1865; (Australia)G

Citations

  1. [S136] Qld State Archives

William Trembath

M, #1895, b. before 30 December 1832, d. 4 September 1906

Parents

Family: Lucinda Emmerly Cundy (b. 28 December 1840, d. 4 May 1918)

Biography

  • Birth: Before 30 December 1832; Morvah, Cornwall, EnglandG
  • Christening: 30 December 1832; Morvah, Cornwall, EnglandG
  • Member Of Household: 6 June 1841; Thomas Trembath and Elizabeth Casley; Morvah, Cornwall, EnglandG; W:Thomas Trembath, John Trembath, Elizabeth Trembath, and Richard Trembath
  • Son: 30 March 1851; Elizabeth Casley; Bojewyan Stenack, St Just, Penzance, Cornwall, EnglandG; a Widow & Housekeeper; W:John Trembath and Thomas Trembath1
  • Immigration: 1855; Came to Australia in 1855 (deduced from information on death certificate). William was a miner.
  • Marriage: 18 February 1860; Lucinda Emmerly Cundy; Cooma Street, Yass, New South Wales, AustraliaG; according to the rites of the Wesleyan Church by Charles Creed; W:Richard Cundy and Diana Cundy2
  • Occupation: 2 October 1889; Miner
  • Electoral Roll: 1903; Old Townsville Road, Charters Towers, Queensland, AustraliaG; a miner
  • Electoral Roll: 1905; Lucinda Emmerly Cundy; Towers Street, Charters Towers, Queensland, AustraliaG; a ladies nurse
  • Death: 4 September 1906; Towers Street, Charters Towers, Queensland, AustraliaG; Valvula disease of the heart, old age; W:Lucinda Emmerly Cundy3
  • Burial: 5 September 1906; Charters Towers Cemetery, Charters Towers, Queensland, AustraliaG; Sect 32 No 3116

Citations

  1. [S124] UK Census 1851, Census Type: National
    Census Place: UK, Archive reference HO107 ~ Piece number 1919 ~ Folio 87 ~ Page 24 ~ Record set 1851 England, Wales & Scotland Census ~ Views 24 May 2016
  2. [S643] Marriage Certificate
  3. [S637] Death Certificate

Lucinda Emmerly Cundy

TREMBATH_Dinah_Lucinda_photo
F, #1896, b. 28 December 1840, d. 4 May 1918

Parents

Family: William Trembath (b. before 30 December 1832, d. 4 September 1906)

Biography

  • Birth: 28 December 1840; Bathurst, New South Wales, AustraliaG1
  • Christening: 30 December 1843; Christ Church, Newcastle, New South Wales, AustraliaG
  • Immigrant: 30 November 1854; Lucinda Jane Tippet; New South Wales, AustraliaG; "Emily Jane from Adelaide; W:Diana Cundy and Victoria Cundy
  • Marriage: 18 February 1860; William Trembath; Cooma Street, Yass, New South Wales, AustraliaG; according to the rites of the Wesleyan Church by Charles Creed; W:Richard Cundy and Diana Cundy2
  • Witness: 7 October 1862; Thomas Henry Hughes and Diana Cundy; South Lead, Forbes, New South Wales, AustraliaG; W:Caleb Cundy
  • Electoral Roll: 1903; Armstrong Road, Charters Towers, Queensland, AustraliaG; a ladies nurse
  • Electoral Roll: 1905; William Trembath; Towers Street, Charters Towers, Queensland, AustraliaG; a ladies nurse
  • Witness: 4 September 1906; William Trembath; Towers Street, Charters Towers, Queensland, AustraliaG; Valvula disease of the heart, old age3
  • Marriage: 19 November 1914; Richard Trembath; Charters Towers, Queensland, AustraliaG
  • Death: 4 May 1918; General Hospital, Charters Towers, Queensland, AustraliaG; Senility, Heart Failure, Gastritis3
  • Burial: 6 May 1918; Charters Towers Cemetery, Charters Towers, Queensland, AustraliaG; Sect 43 No 5717

Citations

  1. [S130] NSW Birth Index, #1718 Vol27
  2. [S643] Marriage Certificate
  3. [S637] Death Certificate

Elizabeth Jane Trembath

F, #1897, b. 1862, d. 1867

Parents

Biography

  • Birth: 1862; Forbes, New South Wales, AustraliaG
  • Death: 1867; Orange, New South Wales, AustraliaG

Lucinda Trembath

TREMBATH_Lucinda_Family
F, #1898, b. 1874, d. 7 May 1952

Parents

Family: Richard Trezise (b. about 1874, d. before 1974)

Biography

  • Birth: 1874; Carcoar, New South Wales, AustraliaG1
  • Marriage: 8 January 1890; Richard Trezise; Queensland, AustraliaG
  • Electoral Roll: 1903; Richard Trezise; Dawn Street, Charters Towers, Queensland, AustraliaG; a miner
  • Electoral Roll: 1905; Richard Trezise; Dawn Street, Charters Towers, Queensland, AustraliaG; a miner
  • Electoral Roll: 1913; Richard Trezise; Dawn Street, Charters Towers, Queensland, AustraliaG; a miner
  • Death: 7 May 1952; Sydney, New South Wales, AustraliaG; TREZISE Lucinda-May 7 1952 at a private hospital, late of Charters Towers, dear sister of Mrs Walsh Mrs Jurss and Mrs McDonald aged 78 years Privately Interred

Citations

  1. [S130] NSW Birth Index

Mary Anne Trembath

TREMBATH_Lucinda_Family
F, #1899, b. 1877, d. 9 December 1960

Parents

Family: Charles Frederick Jurss (b. about 1877, d. 31 December 1927)

Biography

  • Birth: 1877; Carcoar, New South Wales, AustraliaG1
  • Witness: 2 October 1889; William Ernest Walsh and Elizabeth Anne Trembath; Wesleyan Parsonage, Charters Towers, Queensland, AustraliaG; W:Joseph Henry Bland2
  • Marriage: 10 October 1895; Charles Frederick Jurss; Queensland, AustraliaG
  • Electoral Roll: 1903; Charles Frederick Jurss; Armstrong Road, Charters Towers, Queensland, AustraliaG; a miner
  • Electoral Roll: 1905; Charles Frederick Jurss; Armstrong Street, Charters Towers, Queensland, AustraliaG; a miner
  • Electoral Roll: 1913; Charles Frederick Jurss; Armstrong Street, Charters Towers, Queensland, AustraliaG; a miner
  • Electoral Roll: Before 1919; Charles Frederick Jurss; Kuridala Post Office, Cloncurry, Queensland, AustraliaG; a miner
  • Electoral Roll: Before 1919; Charles Frederick Jurss; Charters Towers Road, opp Police Station, Townsville, Queensland, AustraliaG; a miner
  • Electoral Roll: 1925; Charles Frederick Jurss; Charters Towers Road, opp Police Station, Townsville, Queensland, AustraliaG; a miner
  • Death: 9 December 1960; Townsville, Queensland, AustraliaG
  • Burial: After 9 December 1960; Belgian Gardens Cemetery, Belgian Gardens, Townsville, Queensland, AustraliaG

Citations

  1. [S130] NSW Birth Index
  2. [S643] Marriage Certificate

John Henry Trembath

M, #1900, b. 1878, d. before 22 May 1948

Parents

Biography

  • Birth: 1878; Orange, New South Wales, AustraliaG1
  • Marriage: 19 October 1910; Josephine Nina Little; Queensland, AustraliaG
  • Electoral Roll: 1913; Josephine Nina Little; Sturt Street, Townsville, Queensland, AustraliaG; a labourer
  • Electoral Roll: 1919; Josephine Nina Little; Ninth Avenue, Townsville, Queensland, AustraliaG; a labourer
  • Electoral Roll: 1925; Josephine Nina Little; Alice Street, Garbutt's Siding, Townsville, Queensland, AustraliaG; a waterside worker
  • Death: Before 22 May 1948; Townsville, Queensland, AustraliaG2
  • Burial: 22 May 1948; Belgian Gardens Cemetery, Belgian Gardens, Townsville, Queensland, AustraliaG; No date given, but aged 63.2

Citations

  1. [S130] NSW Birth Index
  2. [S240] Index to Burials Belgian Gardens Cemetery, Townsville