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Henry Weinheimer

M, #76, b. 24 May 1867, d. 26 February 1868
Pedigree Chart
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Parents

History

FactDateRolePlace
Birth24 May 1867Richmond Street, Maryborough, Queensland, AustraliaG
Death26 February 1868Richmond Street, Maryborough, Queensland, AustraliaG
Burial27 February 1868Maryborough Cemetery, Maryborough, Queensland, AustraliaG

Conrad Weinheimer

WEINHEIMER_Conrad_Alice_photo
M, #77, b. 4 July 1869, d. 31 December 1938
Pedigree Chart
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Parents

Family: Alice Maud Mary Bourne (b. 12 September 1862, d. 24 November 1946)

History

FactDateRolePlace
Name
Birth4 July 1869Queensland, AustraliaG
Marriage10 December 1891St Peter's Church, Southport, Queensland, AustraliaG
Occupation10 December 1891OystermanRat Island, Labrador, Queensland, AustraliaG
Electoral roll1905A moulder's labourerRoss Street, South Townsville, Townsville, Queensland, AustraliaG
Electoral roll1913A carpenterWandoo Street, Fortitude Valley, Brisbane, Queensland, AustraliaG
Electoral roll1925A carpenterUrangan, Hervey Bay, Queensland, AustraliaG
OccupationBefore 1938OystermanRat Island, Labrador, Queensland, AustraliaG
Death31 December 1938Queensland, AustraliaG
Obituary2 January 1939OBITUARY
MR. CONRAD WEINHEIMER
The death of Mr. Conrad (William) Weinheimer occurred suddenly and unexpectedly at his residence at Urangan on Saturday morning. The deceased. who was a well-known resident of the district, and who had reached his 70th year, was a Maryborough native, his parents being among the early pioneers of this centre. In his single days he was engaged in seafaring work. He was married at Southport and shortly afterwards moved to Brisbane. Being a very capable workman, he was able to follow varied occupations, and for some time after his marriage was engaged on bridge-building in Brisbane, and in coalmining at Howard. From Howard he returned to Maryborough, where he was employed as a moulder at the old Vulcan Foundry.
Later he proceeded to Townsville, where he returned to the seafaring life until work was commenced on the Urangan Pier. He was engaged in the construction work there and on completion of the pier he was appointed pier master, hich position he held until his retirement about three years ago. He was a well-known, horticulturist, and specialised in rare ferns, his magnificent collection of which became a feature of Urangan, and was the adimiration of large numbers of visitors. He was closely associated with the Labour movement for many years. He is survived by this wife, three daughters Mesdames Macdonald (Hook Pt, Fraser Island), Christensen (Mount Morgan) and Stevenson (Innisfail) and two sons, Mr. Stephen Smith (Brisbane) and Mr.'Geo. Weinheimer (Urangan). Two brothers, Thomas, (Baddow) and Frank (Townsville), and 20 grandchildren also survive. He was buried at the Polsen Cemetery, Pialba, yesterday. The service was conducted by the Rev. James McPhail.
Burial3 January 1939A32Polson Cemetery, Hervey Bay, Queensland, AustraliaG1

Citations

  1. [S253] Index to Polson Cemetery, Hervey Bay, Queensland

Thomas Weinheimer

WEINHEIMER_Thomas_photo
M, #78, b. 22 August 1871, d. 31 March 1939
Pedigree Chart
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Parents

Family 1: Emma Louisa Cummins (b. 1869, d. 7 October 1897)

Family 2: Florence Elizabeth King (b. 23 March 1877, d. 9 July 1962)

History

FactDateRolePlace
Name
Birth22 August 1871Maryborough, Queensland, AustraliaG
Marriage15 April 1891Maryborough, Queensland, AustraliaG
Marriage20 July 1901Residence of Conrad Weinheimer, Maryborough, Queensland, AustraliaG
Electoral roll1903A blacksmithDouglas Street, Thursday Island, Queensland, AustraliaG
Electoral roll1905A labourerBell Street, South Townsville, Queensland, AustraliaG
Occupation2 April 1906WorkerQueensland Railway, Queensland, AustraliaG
Electoral roll1913A lengthsman, Florence a gatekeeperGoodoon Railway Station, Goondoon, Queensland, AustraliaG
Electoral roll1919A lengthsman4-Mile Gate, Maryborough, Queensland, AustraliaG
Electoral roll1925A lengthsmanFour-Mile Gatehouse, Howard, Queensland, AustraliaG
Death31 March 1939Maryborough, Queensland, AustraliaG
Burial1 April 1939N 152 1st public.Maryborough Cemetery, Maryborough, Queensland, AustraliaG

Christian Weibler

GER_Hamburg_port_emigrants_embarking_drawing
M, #79, b. 2 January 1804, d. 21 April 1879
Pedigree Chart
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Parents

Family 1: Margaretta Josephina Becker (b. before 5 March 1805, d. 23 October 1865)

Family 2: Matilda Sartin (b. about 1834, d. 25 May 1890)

History

FactDateRolePlace
Birth2 January 1804Lorch, Nassau, PrussiaG
Marriage21 April 1833Lorch, Nassau, PrussiaG
Immigratn30 March 1855The 'Aurora', a 3 masted wooden barque built in Stretton in 1852 was wrecked in the South Passage (off Stradbroke Island) in March 1855. All 300 Passengers landed safely. (Margaret Jenner), from Hamburg (100 Assisted and 108 Unassisted passengers - 2 deaths assisted) AO Reel 2468.

Moreton Bay Free Press, Monday March 25 1855
The German Immigrant Ships - A report reached Brisbane on Saturday morning, that one of the German Immigrant ships which have been for some time expected, had run on shore while attempting to enter the bay by the southern passage, and that the other had safely reached anchorage. The report turned out to be substantially correct. The Aurora from Hamburg, with 300 immigrants, was off the south passage to the bay on Wednesday. It appears that there was no chart of the coast on board, and that the captain was ignorant that there was any other entrance. Several guns were fired, and signals made, to attract attention, but as there was no appearance of any assistance, it was determined to attempt the passage into the bay. In running in it was found that to prevent a total wreck on the shoal on which the steamer Sovereign perished, and to save the lives of those on board, the only course left was to run the ship on shore. All sail was accordingly crowded on her, and she was run high upon the sand, on the sea side end of Moreton Island. She stands quite upright, and is accessible at half ebb, being dry at her bows. It is not expected that she will be got off. The females and children on board have been removed to Cleveland, and the crew and immigrants are in good health and condition. The other vessel, also from Hamburg, the Marbz entered the bay on Friday by the northern passage, and reached the anchorage without any mishap. She had, we believe, 250 immigrants on board when she sailed, but 47 in all, children and adults, died during the voyage from fever, measles and cholera. The Health Officer, Dr. Hobbs, proceeded to the bay on Saturday, and found the immigrants on board of both ships in a fit state to be landed, the disease on board the Marbz having occurred at an early period of the voyage, when much cold weather was encountered. The scale of the diet on board of this last vessel is stated to have been utterly insufficient. Owing to the distance, the guns fired by the Aurora could not have been heard at the pilot station, but it is unaccountable why such a voyage was undertaken without a chart of the coast being on board. The immigrants will be brought up to Brisbane by the brig Palermo, which proceeds to the Bay tomorrow for that purpose. The Aurora is a very fine ship, only two years old. Both vessels, we believe, have cargo on board. The above are all the particulars we can find room for at present, but, so far as they go, we believe they can be relied on.
Marriage17 June 1857In the presence of Christian Weibler, Margaretta Weibler and A StralitzDistrict Registrar's Office, Maryborough, Queensland, AustraliaG1
Occupation17 June 1857Gardener
OccupationJune 1863Timbergetter
Electoral rollBetween 1864 and 1865FreeholdBazaar Street, Maryborough, Queensland, AustraliaG
Electoral rollBetween 1865 and 1866FreeholdBazaar Street, Maryborough, Queensland, AustraliaG
Death23 October 1865Maryborough, Queensland, AustraliaG2
Electoral rollBetween 1866 and 1867FreeholdBazaar Street, Maryborough, Queensland, AustraliaG
Electoral rollBetween 1867 and 1868FreeholdBazaar Street, Maryborough, Queensland, AustraliaG
Marriage10 October 1867Maryborough, Queensland, AustraliaG
Burial27 February 1868Maryborough Cemetery, Maryborough, Queensland, AustraliaG
Electoral rollBetween 1869 and 1870FreeholdBazaar Street, Maryborough, Queensland, AustraliaG
Will6 June 1870
Death21 April 1879Christian Weibler, gardener, died on 21 April 1879 at his residence in Bazaar Street, Maryborough. His wife was Matilda.

Philip Klein of March Street, Maryborough, Shoemaker, verified the authenticity of the handwriting of the Will. He said "I knew and was well acquanted with Christian Weibler late of Maryborough... ...for many years before and ... to the time of his death and that during such period I have frequently seen him write and also inscribe his name to writing whereby I have become well acquainted with hsi manner and character of handwriting and subscription, and having now with care and attention perused and inspected the paper and writing hereto purporting it to be and contain the last will and Testament of the deceased.

(unknown source, but found in 'Die Zeitung' Feb 1999 Vol 9 No 1)
Bazaar Lane, Maryborough, Queensland, AustraliaG2
Burial22 April 1879F Public 291.Maryborough Cemetery, Maryborough, Queensland, AustraliaG

Citations

  1. [S643] Marriage Certificate
  2. [S637] Death Certificate

Margaretta Josephina Becker

GER_Hamburg_port_emigrants_embarking_drawing
F, #80, b. before 5 March 1805, d. 23 October 1865
Pedigree Chart
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Parents

Family: Christian Weibler (b. 2 January 1804, d. 21 April 1879)

History

FactDateRolePlace
Name
BirthBefore 5 March 1805Witness Margaretha WippelLorch, Rudesheim, PrussiaG
Baptism5 March 1805Lorch, Rudesheim, PrussiaG
Marriage21 April 1833Lorch, Nassau, PrussiaG
Immigratn30 March 1855The 'Aurora', a 3 masted wooden barque built in Stretton in 1852 was wrecked in the South Passage (off Stradbroke Island) in March 1855. All 300 Passengers landed safely. (Margaret Jenner), from Hamburg (100 Assisted and 108 Unassisted passengers - 2 deaths assisted) AO Reel 2468.

Moreton Bay Free Press, Monday March 25 1855
The German Immigrant Ships - A report reached Brisbane on Saturday morning, that one of the German Immigrant ships which have been for some time expected, had run on shore while attempting to enter the bay by the southern passage, and that the other had safely reached anchorage. The report turned out to be substantially correct. The Aurora from Hamburg, with 300 immigrants, was off the south passage to the bay on Wednesday. It appears that there was no chart of the coast on board, and that the captain was ignorant that there was any other entrance. Several guns were fired, and signals made, to attract attention, but as there was no appearance of any assistance, it was determined to attempt the passage into the bay. In running in it was found that to prevent a total wreck on the shoal on which the steamer Sovereign perished, and to save the lives of those on board, the only course left was to run the ship on shore. All sail was accordingly crowded on her, and she was run high upon the sand, on the sea side end of Moreton Island. She stands quite upright, and is accessible at half ebb, being dry at her bows. It is not expected that she will be got off. The females and children on board have been removed to Cleveland, and the crew and immigrants are in good health and condition. The other vessel, also from Hamburg, the Marbz entered the bay on Friday by the northern passage, and reached the anchorage without any mishap. She had, we believe, 250 immigrants on board when she sailed, but 47 in all, children and adults, died during the voyage from fever, measles and cholera. The Health Officer, Dr. Hobbs, proceeded to the bay on Saturday, and found the immigrants on board of both ships in a fit state to be landed, the disease on board the Marbz having occurred at an early period of the voyage, when much cold weather was encountered. The scale of the diet on board of this last vessel is stated to have been utterly insufficient. Owing to the distance, the guns fired by the Aurora could not have been heard at the pilot station, but it is unaccountable why such a voyage was undertaken without a chart of the coast being on board. The immigrants will be brought up to Brisbane by the brig Palermo, which proceeds to the Bay tomorrow for that purpose. The Aurora is a very fine ship, only two years old. Both vessels, we believe, have cargo on board. The above are all the particulars we can find room for at present, but, so far as they go, we believe they can be relied on.
Marriage17 June 1857In the presence of Christian Weibler, Margaretta Weibler and A StralitzDistrict Registrar's Office, Maryborough, Queensland, AustraliaG1
Birth7 October 1858The nurse at her birth was her grandmother, Margaretta WeiblerMaryborough, Queensland, AustraliaG
Birth9 July 1860Witnesses, Elizabeth Royston (nurse) and Margaretta WeiblerMaryborough, Queensland, AustraliaG
Death23 October 1865Maryborough, Queensland, AustraliaG2
Burial24 October 1865Maryborough Cemetery, Maryborough, Queensland, AustraliaG

Citations

  1. [S643] Marriage Certificate
  2. [S637] Death Certificate

Matilda Sartin

AUS_QLD_Balcomba_Homestead_around_1900
F, #81, b. about 1834, d. 25 May 1890
Pedigree Chart
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Family 1: [________] Braun (b. about 1834, d. before 10 October 1867)

Family 2: Christian Weibler (b. 2 January 1804, d. 21 April 1879)

History

FactDateRolePlace
Name
Name
BirthAbout 1834To Robert Sarten and Lizbeth BrownPaul, Cornwall, EnglandG
MarriageBefore 1866(Australia)G
Immigration12 April 1867Royal Dane which departed LondonBrisbane, Queensland, AustraliaG
DeathBefore 10 October 1867(Australia)G
Marriage10 October 1867Maryborough, Queensland, AustraliaG
Death21 April 1879Christian Weibler, gardener, died on 21 April 1879 at his residence in Bazaar Street, Maryborough. His wife was Matilda.

Philip Klein of March Street, Maryborough, Shoemaker, verified the authenticity of the handwriting of the Will. He said "I knew and was well acquanted with Christian Weibler late of Maryborough... ...for many years before and ... to the time of his death and that during such period I have frequently seen him write and also inscribe his name to writing whereby I have become well acquainted with hsi manner and character of handwriting and subscription, and having now with care and attention perused and inspected the paper and writing hereto purporting it to be and contain the last will and Testament of the deceased.

(unknown source, but found in 'Die Zeitung' Feb 1999 Vol 9 No 1)
Bazaar Lane, Maryborough, Queensland, AustraliaG1
OccupationBefore 25 May 1890CookBalcomba Station, Queensland, AustraliaG+
Death25 May 1890Balcomba Station, Queensland, AustraliaG+
Death27 May 1890Balcomba Station, Queensland, AustraliaG+
Inquest14 June 1890The Police Magistrate commenced an inquiry, on Saturday, at the Rockhampton Court House, into the death of Matilda Weibler, a woman who was drowned at Balcombe Station on the 25th of May. From the evidence of David Davies, formerly a labourer on the station, it appeared that the woman, who was employed as a cook, was last seen alive by the witness about seven o'clock on the night of the 25th ultimo. Next morning she was missing, and Mr. Frank Beardmore, the station-owner, sent Davies in search. He found her body in a waterhole known locally as the half-mile hole, face downwards, with only the top and the back of the head visible. That was about ten minutes to eleven o'clock in the forenoon. Davies did not care to disturb the corpse, for corpse he thought it to be, and rode back to the station. He was instructed to return, and another man accompanied him. They picked the body of the unfortunate woman out. It was in about 2 ft. of water, and there was a cut across, the right eyebrow, which was bleeding. The hands and arms were straight down in front, and the fingers were partly closed, but not contracted. The face was black, and froth was issuing from the nose, and the body was not stiff. There was a little mud on the nose, but none on the face. The corpse was taken to the station, and buried the same afternoon. It seems that about the 25th of April the woman left the station and walked to the crossing of the Mackenzie River, ten niles distant, and was brought back next 'day by the stockman. At this stage the Police Magistrate adjourned the inquiry. Accompanied by Sub-Inspector Durham, he will
leave here for Balcombe on Thursday, and take the rest of the evidence.
Rockhampton, Queensland, AustraliaG
Inquest22 June 1890Rockhampton, Queensland, AustraliaG
Inquest24 June 1890The Police Magistrate and Sub-Inspector Durham returned to town by last evening's mail train from Balcomba Station, where the inquiry into the death by drowning of the woman Matilda Wiebler, on the 27th May last, was continued and closed. From the evidence adduced no room for doubt remains that the unfortunate woman deliberately drowned herself. It would appear that she was of a variable temperament, always in the extremes of either happiness or depression; that on the Thursday evening preceding her death she received a letter from her son, the contents of which much affected her; and there can be no doubt that upon the night on which she left the station she was influenced by the depression caused by the receipt of the letter. In fact, the circumstances of this painful incident appear to have been so entirely free from complication, that it seems matter for regret that the necessity should have arisen for despatching two officials from Rockhampton to perform a duty which could readily have been done by a local J. P. (Mr. Tooker, of Leura Station), resident within some sixteen miles of the scene of the tragedy. It appears that Mr. Tooker was sent for immediately that the body was found, and refused to come upon the grounds that it was the place of the police to hold the inquiry. It seems a pity that country J.P's. do not make themselves acquainted with their duties. Mr. Tooker was asked to be present at the resumed inquiry at Balcombe, but declined to attend.Balcomba Station, Queensland, AustraliaG+

Citations

  1. [S637] Death Certificate

Christian Weibler

M, #82, b. 25 February 1872, d. before 1972
Pedigree Chart
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Parents

Family: Bridget O'Gorman (b. 22 January 1875, d. 25 February 1942)

History

FactDateRolePlace
Birth25 February 1872(Queensland), (Australia)G
Occupation18 May 1890Worker"The Northern Miner", Charters Towers, Queensland, AustraliaG
Marriage2 January 1901Queensland, AustraliaG
DeathBefore 1972(Queensland), (Australia)G

Christian Weibler

M, #83, b. before 18 December 1768, d. 3 July 1810
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Parents

Family: Margaretha Dahlen (b. before 13 March 1773, d. 6 September 1841)

History

FactDateRolePlace
Name
BirthBefore 18 December 1768Lorch, Rudesheim, PrussiaG
Baptism18 December 1768Lorch, Rudesheim, PrussiaG
Marriage13 May 1793Lorch, Rudesheim, PrussiaG
OccupationBefore 3 July 1810Fisherman
Death3 July 1810In the Rhein RiverLorch, Rudesheim, PrussiaG

Margaretha Dahlen

F, #84, b. before 13 March 1773, d. 6 September 1841
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Parents

Family: Christian Weibler (b. before 18 December 1768, d. 3 July 1810)

History

FactDateRolePlace
Name
BirthBefore 13 March 1773Lorch, Rudesheim, PrussiaG
Baptism13 March 1773Lorch, Rudesheim, PrussiaG
Marriage13 May 1793Lorch, Rudesheim, PrussiaG
Death6 September 1841Lorch, Rudesheim, PrussiaG
Burial8 September 1841Lorch, Rudesheim, PrussiaG

Fredericus Josephus Becker

M, #85, b. before 19 June 1772, d. 30 March 1839
Pedigree Chart
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Parents

Family: Clara Wippel (b. before 18 January 1774, d. 27 December 1850)

History

FactDateRolePlace
BirthBefore 19 June 1772Lorch, Rudesheim, PrussiaG
Baptism19 June 1772Lorch, Rudesheim, PrussiaG
Marriage2 June 1800Lorch, Rudesheim, PrussiaG
Occupation1833Winegrower
Death30 March 1839Lorch, Rudesheim, PrussiaG
Burial1 April 1839Lorch, Rudesheim, PrussiaG

Clara Wippel

F, #86, b. before 18 January 1774, d. 27 December 1850
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Parents

Family: Fredericus Josephus Becker (b. before 19 June 1772, d. 30 March 1839)

History

FactDateRolePlace
Name
BirthBefore 18 January 1774Lorch, Rudesheim, PrussiaG
Baptism18 January 1774Lorch, Rudesheim, PrussiaG
Marriage2 June 1800Lorch, Rudesheim, PrussiaG
Death27 December 1850Lorch, Rudesheim, PrussiaG

Martin Jacob Matthew Melchert

M, #87, b. 16 October 1811, d. 20 July 1875
Pedigree Chart
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Parents

Family: Lizette Sophia Luisa Steinke (b. 12 August 1817, d. 16 June 1891)

History

FactDateRolePlace
Name
Birth16 October 1811PrussiaG
MarriageBefore 1841(Prussia)G
OccupationAbout 1852Shoemaker
Death20 July 1875Stolp, Kries Stolp, Pommerania, PrussiaG+
Burial23 July 1875St Marienfriedhof, Stolp, PrussiaG

Lizette Sophia Luisa Steinke

F, #88, b. 12 August 1817, d. 16 June 1891
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Parents

Family: Martin Jacob Matthew Melchert (b. 16 October 1811, d. 20 July 1875)

History

FactDateRolePlace
Name
Name
Name
Name
Birth12 August 1817Kublitz, Stolp, Kries Stolp. Pomerania, PrussiaG1
Baptism17 August 1817Christburg, Stuhm, Westpreußen, PolenG1
MarriageBefore 1841(Prussia)G
Death16 June 1891Berlin, GermanyG

Citations

  1. [S2616] Ancestry.com, Germany, Lutheran Baptisms, Marriages, and Burials, 1567-1945, Custodian: Staatliche Archivverwaltung Der Deutschen Demokratischen Republik; Film Number: 208045; Page Number: 77

James Bartholomew

BARTHOLOMEW_James_Margaret_photo
M, #89, b. 15 July 1855, d. 30 August 1932
Pedigree Chart
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Family: Margaret Josephine Weinheimer (b. 7 October 1858, d. 9 May 1927)

History

FactDateRolePlace
Occupation
ImmigrationBetween 1855 and 1876An unknown ship
Birth15 July 1855

to James and Elizabeth Jack (also parents of brother John Bartholomew https://www.parliament.qld.gov.au/members/former/bio?id=2571180716 )

Greenock, Renfrewshire, ScotlandG
Marriage30 June 1876Maryborough, Queensland, AustraliaG
Electoral roll1903He was a sawmillerWalker Street, Maryborough, Queensland, AustraliaG
Electoral roll1919A sawmillerWalker Street, Maryborough, Queensland, AustraliaG
Electoral roll1922He was a sawmillerWalker Street, Maryborough, Queensland, AustraliaG
Electoral roll1925A sawmillerWalker Street, Maryborough, Queensland, AustraliaG
Death30 August 1932Maryborough, Queensland, AustraliaG

Jessie Wilson Bartholomew

BARTHOLOMEW_Stanley_Jessie_Grace_Vera_Irene_photo
F, #90, b. 20 October 1886, d. 3 June 1970
Pedigree Chart
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Parents

Family: Benjamin William McKay (b. about 1887, d. 29 April 1963)

History

FactDateRolePlace
Name
Birth20 October 1886Maryborough, Queensland, AustraliaG
Electoral roll1913A farmer at TinanaGlenorchy, Gympie Road, Owanyilla, Maryborough, Queensland, AustraliaG
Marriage8 February 1913Presbyterian Church, Maryborough, Queensland, AustraliaG1
Electoral roll1919A farmerGlenorchy, Owanyilla, Howard, Queensland, AustraliaG
Death3 June 1970Brisbane, Queensland, AustraliaG

Citations

  1. [S257] Qld Presbyterian Marriages Index

John Bartholomew

M, #91, b. 22 October 1881, d. 24 July 1964
Pedigree Chart
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Parents

Family: Amelia Griffith Bunworth (b. 25 July 1880, d. 28 December 1966)

History

FactDateRolePlace
Birth22 October 1881Maryborough, Queensland, AustraliaG
Marriage8 March 1911Brisbane, Queensland, AustraliaG
Electoral roll1913A fitterStanley Street East, Wooloongabba, Brisbane, Queensland, AustraliaG
Electoral roll1919A fitterFerry Street, Maryborough, Queensland, AustraliaG
Electoral roll1922He was a fitterFerry Street, Maryborough, Queensland, AustraliaG
Electoral roll1925A fitterFerry Street, Maryborough, Queensland, AustraliaG
Electoral roll1949A fitter161 Ferry Street, Maryborough, Queensland, AustraliaG
Death24 July 1964Maryborough, Queensland, AustraliaG
Burial25 July 1964Maryborough Cemetery, Maryborough, Queensland, AustraliaG

Arthur Richard Bartholomew

M, #92, b. 2 January 1884, d. 30 November 1938
Pedigree Chart
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Parents

Family: Edith Elenor Nielson (b. 25 June 1887, d. 20 January 1944)

History

FactDateRolePlace
Name
Birth2 January 1884Maryborough, Queensland, AustraliaG
Marriage18 December 1907St John's Church of EnglandCairns, Queensland, AustraliaG
Electoral roll1922437 Bolsover Street, Rockhampton, Queensland, AustraliaG
OccupationBefore 30 November 1938DrillerThe Railway Workshops, Rockhampton, Queensland, AustraliaG
Death30 November 1938FUNERAL NOTICE:

THE Relatives and Friends of Mrs R. A. Bartholomew (Wife), Mr and Mrs S. Bartholomew, Cairns, Mr and Mrs K. Bartholomew (Sons and Daughters-in-law), Mr and Mrs R. Holgate, Mr and Mrs G. Thomasson (Sons-in-law and Daughters), Mr and Mrs J. Bartholomew, Maryborough, Mr and Mrs S. Bartholomew, Maryborough (Brothers and Sisters-in-law), Mr and Mrs B. McKay, Maryborough, Mr and Mrs R. C. Dunn, Maryborough, Mr and Mrs O'Doherty, Brisbane, Mr and Mrs J. Gibbons (Brothers-in-law and Sisters), Mr and Mrs S. R. Brown, Sydney, Mr and Mrs O. Neilson, Cairns (Brothers-in-law and Sisters-in-law) are respectfully invited to attend the funeral of their deceased beloved Husband, Father, Father-in-law, Brother, Brother-in-law, and Relative, the late Mr RICHARD ARTHUR BARTHOLOMEW to move from his late residence, No. 425 Bolsover Street, THIS (Thursday) AFTERNOON, at 4 o'clock, for the North Rockhampton Cemetery.
TUCKER & NANKIVELL, Undertakers. Telephone, Nos 145-146

P.A.F.S.O.A.
LORD CAIRNS LODGE No. 7.
THE Officers and Members of the above Lodge are requested to attend the funeral of their late Brother, RICHARD ARTHUR BARTHOLOMEW. By order, W.M. Members of John Knox Lodge No. 17 are invited to attend.

TRAFFIC EMPLOYEES UNION.
MEMBERS of the above Union are requested to attend the funeral of their late Fellow Member, Mr RICHARD ARTHUR BARTHOLOMEW.
By order,
P. N. WARD,
Secretary.
Rockhampton, Queensland, AustraliaG1
URL30 November 1938Click here for more Information
Burial1 December 1938In grave 35, Compartment 2, Section 6North Rockhampton Cemetery, Rockhampton, Queensland, AustraliaG
Inquest25 January 1939CORONER'S INQUEST
In the Coroner's Court yesterday, the Acting Coroner (Mr A. H. Scott) held an inquest into the circumstances sur- rounding the death of Richard Bar- tholomew, 54, married, who collapsed and died about 6.45 a.m. on November 30, when riding his bicycle to the railway workshops, where he was employed as a driller.
Sergeant A. R. Malcolm conducted the examination of witnesses, and Mr P. Fitzgerald represented the State In-
surance Office.
Statements were taken from Edward Clark, ambulance superintendent at Rockhampton, Richard Arthur Kitchener Bartholomew, son of the deceased, James Bernard Gibbons, brother-in-law of the deceased, Arthur Russell, Regi- nald Brake, and Police Constable Thomas Edwin George Nolan.
Constable Nolan tendered a statement from Edith Eleanor Bartholomew, widow of the deceased, and a death certificate from thc Government medical officer (Dr N. C. Talbot), which showed that death was due to: 1, Mitral regurgitation of tho heart; 2, arteriosclerosis; and that the duration of the illnesses was eight years. Witness stated that from his inquiries be was satisfied there were no suspicious circumstances, and that death was due to natural causes.
The inquest was closed.
Coroner's Court, Rockhampton, Queensland, AustraliaG

Citations

  1. [S141] North Rockhampton Cemetery Burial Index

Irene May ("Renee") Bartholomew

BARTHOLOMEW_Stanley_Jessie_Grace_Vera_Irene_photo
F, #93, b. 5 May 1893, d. 12 February 1963
Pedigree Chart
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Parents

Family: Robert Cran Dunn (b. 4 October 1892, d. 8 June 1953)

History

FactDateRolePlace
Name
Birth5 May 1893Maryborough, Queensland, AustraliaG
Marriage4 June 1918Presbyterian Church, Maryborough, Queensland, AustraliaG1
Electoral roll1919A linotypistFerry Street, Maryborough, Queensland, AustraliaG
Electoral roll1925A linotypistFerry Street, Maryborough, Queensland, AustraliaG
Death12 February 1963Maryborough, Queensland, AustraliaG

Citations

  1. [S257] Qld Presbyterian Marriages Index

Vera Eveline Bartholomew

BARTHOLOMEW_Stanley_Jessie_Grace_Vera_Irene_photo
F, #94, b. 12 July 1895, d. 24 October 1949
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Parents

Family: John Joseph O'Doherty (b. 31 July 1902, d. 19 September 1983)

History

FactDateRolePlace
Name
Birth12 July 1895Maryborough, Queensland, AustraliaG
Electoral roll1919A sawmillerWalker Street, Maryborough, Queensland, AustraliaG
Electoral roll1922As a NurseLady Chelmsford Hospital, Bundaberg, Queensland, AustraliaG
Electoral roll1925A sawmillerWalker Street, Maryborough, Queensland, AustraliaG
Marriage9 February 1929Maryborough, Queensland, AustraliaG
Death24 October 1949Brisbane, Queensland, AustraliaG
BurialAfter 24 October 1949Nudgee Cemetery, Nudgee, Brisbane, Queensland, AustraliaG

Stanley Bartholomew

BARTHOLOMEW_Stanley_Jessie_Grace_Vera_Irene_photo
M, #95, b. 27 October 1897, d. 26 February 1973
Pedigree Chart
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Parents

Family: Lurline May Pearce (b. 1 September 1906, d. 17 July 1997)

History

FactDateRolePlace
Birth27 October 1897Maryborough, Queensland, AustraliaG
Electoral roll1915A motor mechanicDunn's, 148 Ferry Street, Maryborough, Queensland, AustraliaG
Electoral roll1919A sawmillerWalker Street, Maryborough, Queensland, AustraliaG
Electoral roll1922MechanicWalker Street, Maryborough, Queensland, AustraliaG
Electoral roll1925A mechanicWalker Street, Maryborough, Queensland, AustraliaG
Marriage29 September 1934Maryborough, Queensland, AustraliaG
Electoral roll1949A motor mechanic180 Walker Street, Maryborough, Queensland, AustraliaG
Electoral roll1959180 Walker Street, Maryborough, Queensland, AustraliaG
Death26 February 1973Maryborough, Queensland, AustraliaG

Grace Alexandrine Bartholomew

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F, #96, b. 14 September 1902, d. 28 January 1983
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Parents

Family 1:

Family 2: James Bernard Gibbons (b. 9 April 1901, d. 7 November 1963)

History

FactDateRolePlace
Name
BurialRockhampton Crematorium, Rockhampton, Queensland, AustraliaG
Birth14 September 1902Maryborough, Queensland, AustraliaG
Electoral roll1925A sawmillerWalker Street, Maryborough, Queensland, AustraliaG
Marriage1926Rockhampton, Queensland, AustraliaG
Electoral roll1959344 East Street, Rockhampton, Queensland, AustraliaG
Death28 January 1983Queensland, AustraliaG

Benjamin William McKay1

M, #97, b. about 1887, d. 29 April 1963
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Family: Jessie Wilson Bartholomew (b. 20 October 1886, d. 3 June 1970)

History

FactDateRolePlace
Name
BirthAbout 1887To Benjamin Thomas and Mary Gibbs

Not found born in Qld or NSW.
(Queensland), (Australia)G
Electoral roll1905A farmerGlenorchy, Teddington, Queensland, AustraliaG
Electoral roll1913A farmer at TinanaGlenorchy, Gympie Road, Owanyilla, Maryborough, Queensland, AustraliaG
Marriage8 February 1913Presbyterian Church, Maryborough, Queensland, AustraliaG1
Electoral roll1919A farmerGlenorchy, Owanyilla, Howard, Queensland, AustraliaG
Death29 April 1963Queensland, AustraliaG

Citations

  1. [S257] Qld Presbyterian Marriages Index

Mary McKay

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F, #98, b. 21 March 1918, d. 25 April 2007
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Parents

Family: Julian Andrew Wilson (b. 1904, d. 5 August 1978)

History

FactDateRolePlace
Name
Name
Birth21 March 1918Maryborough, Queensland, AustraliaG
Marriage23 January 1947Brisbane, Queensland, AustraliaG
Electoral roll1959Performing home duties2 Rosling Street, Moorooka, Queensland, AustraliaG
Death25 April 2007Stafford Heights, Brisbane, Queensland, AustraliaG

Amelia Griffith Bunworth

F, #99, b. 25 July 1880, d. 28 December 1966
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Family 1: John Bartholomew (b. 22 October 1881, d. 24 July 1964)

Family 2: Bertie Abbs (b. about 1880, d. before 1980)

History

FactDateRolePlace
Name
Name
Marriage StatusNever Married
Birth25 July 1880To Charles Campion Bunworth and Mary Ann WrightGympie, Queensland, AustraliaG
Marriage8 March 1911Brisbane, Queensland, AustraliaG
Electoral roll1913A fitterStanley Street East, Wooloongabba, Brisbane, Queensland, AustraliaG
Electoral roll1919A fitterFerry Street, Maryborough, Queensland, AustraliaG
Electoral roll1922He was a fitterFerry Street, Maryborough, Queensland, AustraliaG
Electoral roll1925A fitterFerry Street, Maryborough, Queensland, AustraliaG
Electoral roll1949A fitter161 Ferry Street, Maryborough, Queensland, AustraliaG
Death28 December 1966Maryborough, Queensland, AustraliaG
Burial30 December 1966Maryborough Cemetery, Maryborough, Queensland, AustraliaG

John Edwin Bartholomew

M, #100, b. 12 September 1911, d. 17 March 1986
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Parents

Family: Verna Walters (b. 23 September 1914, d. 19 October 1985)

History

FactDateRolePlace
Birth12 September 1911Brisbane, Queensland, AustraliaG
Marriage11 December 1937Gladstone, Queensland, AustraliaG
Electoral roll1949A teacher25 Beatrice Street, Bundaberg, Queensland, AustraliaG
Death17 March 1986Brisbane, Queensland, AustraliaG