I am searching for the WW1 medals that were issued to John Archibald Ennis. They each have a number. Victory medal: 1902. British War Medal: 1895. 19114/15 Star:248. I recently received his Memorial Plague from a family member for which I am most greatful. Wayne Ennis
Seeking information on Eliza's parents Robert SOMERS and Sarah (surname unknown) from Ireland.
Eliza (18 years old) and her sister Mary A Somers (22 years old) arrived in Victoria
on the 5th July 1852 aboard the Chowringhee. In 1854 Eliza married Matthew Clairville ROBSON
and went on to have 12 children.
I am searching information on my father John Joseph Latimer know as Jack born around 1914 he was killed in a car accident around 1943-1944. He had 2 or 3 brothers I am unsure of how many brothers as they had nicknames one of which was Bunty and one sister. At time of his death he was living in North Brunswick with my mother, my older sister and his father who worked for the railways. His sister and her husband had dairies in Brunswick and had a show horse, then went on to be licensee of a hotel. One of his brothers lived in Coburg and another I think in Collingwood. I would welcome any information whatever no matter how small.
My grandmother Nellie Josephine Rowe (Irvine, nee McPhee), had many brothers and sisters we never knew of. She was a jillaroo and then a housekeeper for many families around Australia. Especially Hawthorn in Melbourne, and Alberton in Gippsland. Her parents Jessie and 'Pop' McPhee lived in Wandiligong until the 1950's and 1960's when they died. All replies will be answered.
Looking for the decendents of the 3 brothers (Sibilants) fom in Marsialle in France in 1800's. Believe one went to Mauritius, one to South Africa and one went to Australia. Though have heard one may have ended up on St Helene.
11.SAMUEL5 HUNTER (GEORGE4, JOHN "Jack"3, JOHN2, HUNTER1)24 was born 1819 in Aughadoey, County Londonderry, Ireland24, and died August 19, 1903 in Serpentine, East Loddon Shire, County Bendigo25.He married JANE BAIRD26 May 4, 1846 in The First Presbyterian Church, Parish, Ballymoney, county of Antrim27.Notes for SAMUEL HUNTER:On the death, certificate it states:Minister: Rev D Weir, Religion: Church of England, Witnesses: H. Tresise, W. Bissett and J. Davidson, Lived in Victoria Australia, for 47 years.According to Elva Hunter nee Fisher, if a trip in the buggy was on, Sam had to be lifted in and out of the buggy.Samuel lived at Clinkers Hill, with Jane.Borough of Castlemaine Rates, 1858.Number 1507, Samuel Hunter, double tent, New Chum Gully, 10.0.0 (pounds).Borough of Castlemaine Rates, 1895.Number 1593, Hunter, 5.0.0(pounds).Borough of Castlemaine Rates, 1864.Number 2029, Hunter Cottage, Campbell's Creek, 15.0.0(pounds). (Sec. 135 number 2).When Sam was old, he lived with his son Joseph Hunter and Family.Employment of Samuel Hunter was Cellarman, Brewer, and Miner and on his son marriage certificate George he was stated as a Clerk and on George's death certificates a labourer. Samuel was employed at Messers, Fitzgerald, and Newman Brewery for over 30 years.From the "The Mount Alexander Mail".25 September 1903; Items of News: The death took place at Serpentine on Saturday of Mr. Samuel who for over 30 years was employed by Messers. Fitzgerald and Newman Brewery. Deceased, who was very popular here, was 84 years of age at the time of his death, which took place at the residence of his son.From Public Record Office of Victoria. Unassisted Shipping Index. Index of Inward passenger list for British and Foreign Ports 1852-1889, surname Hunter.Samuel aged 36, Jane (Wife) aged 34, Francis aged 6, George aged 8, John aged 2, Joseph aged 0, Mary Jane aged 4, where on the ship SS "Mermaid" in the year of 1856, month February, at the port "B", Fiche 196, page 1. Notes for JANE BAIRD:On her death, certificate it states:Jane worked as a Domestic aged 63, Medical Doctor was A. Barrington, last seen 11/8/1891, Father was a Francis Baird a Land Agent. Mother Jane Baird (Maiden name not known). Informant was a George Hunter (Son) of Castlemaine. Minister was a Rev A.R.B McCay, Religion Prestyberain. In Victoria Australia, between 32 - 35 years.For her father death notice it states:In the 'Coleraine Chronicle' a Northern Ireland Newspaper on the 8 March 1851.24th February, Frances Baird aged 57 years at Ballybrake, Ballymoney. The newspaper does not give the place of burial. It seem Frances Baird does not appear in either the records of the old burring ground in Ballymoney or the new cemeteryMarriage Notes for SAMUEL HUNTER and JANE BAIRD:On the marriage certificate it states: Register District of Ballymoney - 0227. Samuel was of full age, he was a bachelor, and a Farmer living at Agivey, parish of Aghadowey, County Londonderry, father's name George Hunter, he was a Farmer.Jane Baird, aged 18 years, she was a spinster, there was no rank of profession, she lived at Ballybrakes, parish Ballymoney, County Antrim, fathers name Franics Baird and he was a Farmer.They where married in the First Ballymoney Presbyterian Church according to the Form and Discipline of the Presbyterain Church, by licence by me Robert Park.Wittinesses where George Rulston and John MilikenIn the 'Coleraine Chronicle' a Northern Ireland Newspaper on the 23 May 1846, on the fourth Inst, In the First Presbyterian Meeting House, Ballymoney, by the Rev. Robert Pack. Mr Samuel Hunter, Publican, Agivey to Jane, third daughter of Mr Frances Baird, BallybrakesChildren of SAMUEL HUNTER and JANE BAIRD are:26.i.GEORGE LESLIE6 HUNTER, b. 1848, Derr, Nth Ireland; d. August 3, 1920, Little Hartley, Shire of Blaxland, NSW, Australia.27.ii.Francis Baird Hunter, b. 1849, Northern Ireland; d. February 23, 1878, Castlemaine, Victoria, Australia.28.iii.Mary Jane Hunter, b. 1851, County Derry, Ireland; d. May 6, 1880, Berkeley Street, Castlemaine, Victoria, Australia.iv.John Hunter33, b. 1853, County Derry Ireland34; d. December 23, 1860, Campbells Creek, Victoria Australia35.29.v.Joseph Hunter, b. 1855, County Derry Ireland; d. November 25, 1923, Bendigo, Sanhurst, Victoria, Australia.vi.Unamed Hunter36, b. January 5, 1856, Lat 43, 12S - Lon O. 32W, at sea36; d. October 1856, Victoria, Australia37.vii.Henry Baird Hunter38, b. 185638; d. December 7, 1860, Campbells Creek, Victoria Australia38.viii.Annie Matilda Hunter38, b. 1858, Campbells Creek, Victoria Australia38; d. December 8, 1860, Campbells Creek, Victoria Australia38.ix.Robert McKinnon Hunter38, b. 1863, Victoria, Australia38; d. October 22, 1863, Campbells Creek, Victoria Australia38.x.Rachel McGerr/Magirr Hunter40, b. 1862, Castlemaine, Victoria, Australia40; d. November 10, 1863, Campbells Creek, Victoria Australia40.30.xi.Jackson Baird Hunter, b. 1864, The Loddon, Victoria, Australia; d. October 4, 1956, Moon, Victoria.31.xii.Samuel Henry Hunter, b. 1867, Loddon, Victoria, Australia.
Hi, I am trying to find the ancestors of Annie (ANN) Ellen Sellars, married to Harold Sellars, both late of 20 Baker St St Kilda, Victoria, Australia. They had 4 children: Barry, Ian, Warick and Brenda. I am particularly interested in finding the link between the Sellars family and the Pauley family of South Australia. Any help would be most appreciated.