Glentworth Walsh Frazer Addison

Born:Apr 22 1831 In:  Manchester, England
Died:Nov 17 1903 (at age 72)In:  Ryde NSW Australia


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Immediate family

Henry Robert Addison
His father
Mary Addison (born Vokes)
His mother
Henry Westbye Vokes Addison
His brother
George Augustus Addison
His brother
Robert William Addison
Half brother
John Edmund Wentworth Addison
Half brother
Julian Frederick Addison
Half brother
Grace Emma Maria Addison
Half sister
Sarah Marian Addison
Half sister
Harley John Addison
Half brother
Susan Charlotte Addison
Half sister
Mary Addison
Half sister


Worked for Moffat and Co Tea merchants
 London Middlesex England
Walked to the gold fields for fossicking
Jan 1 1853
 Castlemaine Victoria Australia
Worked at the Melbourne Herald for Archibald Michie
 Melbourne Victoria Australia
The Assistant Gold Commissioner, Rocky River reported to the Gold Commissioner in Charge of Crown Lands for the Northern Gold District. Glentworth Walsh Frazer Addison was appointed as Sub-Commissioner, Rocky River then Assistant Gold Commissioner, Rocky River from 15 February 1860.(1) Glentworth Addison became Assistant Commissioner (1st Class) from 1 September 1864.(2)||Endnotes|(1) Public Service List, 1862, p.58, 1863, p.64.|(2) Public Service List, 1864, p.69.
Feb 15 1860
 Rocky River NSW Australia
Chief Commissioner Northern Gold Fields NSW
 Tenterfield NSW Australia
Police Magistrate Hunter and New England districts.1872 Grevilles Directory - Glentworth Walsh Frazer Addison police magistrate.
 Tenterfield NSW Australia
Tenterfield School of Arts:| The town and Country Journal of August 30, 1879 wrote 'The first meeting was held on March 9, 1871, when the Institution was organized and the committee appointed Mr G.F.W Addision, Police Magistrate, was the first president. Great interest was manifested in the information, and subscriptions were collected, together with a bazaar to obtain funds, and a considerable sum was realised towards the erected of a building' (Perry, 1988: 21
Mar 9 1871
 Tenterfield, NSW, Australia
Police magistrate
July 1875
 Maitland NSW Australia
Stipendiary Magistrate Sydney metropolitan District, remaining on the Metropolitan bench for 17 years.|Glentworth Addison S M [ stipendiary magistrate ] Clifton St Balmain| Year: 1883 District: Balmain Page No: 268 |Sands Directory
 Sydney NSW Australia

Personal info

Religion: Member of the Synod of the Church of England

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Date: Dec 23 2012
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Manchester Lancashire 1831 - as per Eleanor MacKinnon Hathaway ( grandaughter of Eleanor Vokes Irby Addison )

Sailed to Australia on Carnatic from Plymouth to Melbourne arr 1852.

Chief Gold Commisioner of Northern Goldfields.

Senior Stipendiary Magistrate Sydney 1882.
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