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201
Arrived on the Shackamaxon which had sailed from Liverpool 4 Oct 1852

Brown      
James, 39, Bricklayer, Yorkshire       
Elizabeth, 32, died in port
Ann, 13                               
Harriet, 9                               
Margaret, 1      
Maria, 14, Nursemaid, York (listed under Single Women) 
BROWN, Margaret (I9919)
 
202
Arrived on the Shackamaxon which had sailed from Liverpool 4 Oct 1852

Brown      
James, 39, Bricklayer, Yorkshire       
Elizabeth, 32, died in port
Ann, 13                               
Harriet, 9                               
Margaret, 1      
Maria, 14, Nursemaid, York (listed under Single Women) 
BROWN, Harriet (I9913)
 
203
Arrived on the Shackamaxon which had sailed from Liverpool 4 Oct 1852

Brown      
James, 39, Bricklayer, Yorkshire       
Elizabeth, 32, died in port
Ann, 13                               
Harriet, 9                               
Margaret, 1      
Maria, 14, Nursemaid, York (listed under Single Women) 
BROWN, James (I9916)
 
204
Arrived on the Shackamaxon which had sailed from Liverpool 4 Oct 1852

Brown      
James, 39, Bricklayer, Yorkshire       
Elizabeth, 32, died in port
Ann, 13                               
Harriet, 9                               
Margaret, 1      
Maria, 14, Nursemaid, York (listed under Single Women) 
Elizabeth (I9917)
 
205
Arrived on the Shackamaxon which had sailed from Liverpool 4 Oct 1852

Brown      
James, 39, Bricklayer, Yorkshire       
Elizabeth, 32, died in port
Ann, 13                               
Harriet, 9                               
Margaret, 1      
Maria, 14, Nursemaid, York (listed under Single Women) 
BROWN, Ann (I9918)
 
206
Arrived on the Shackamaxon which had sailed from Liverpool 4 Oct 1852

Brown      
James, 39, Bricklayer, Yorkshire       
Elizabeth, 32, died in port
Ann, 13                               
Harriet, 9                               
Margaret, 1      
Maria, 14, Nursemaid, York (listed under Single Women) 
BROWN, Maria Ann (I9935)
 
207
Arrived on the Shakespeare which had sailed from Hamburg 21 March 1871. He was Poul Knudsen, aged 24 years, a farm labourer from Thastrup, Denmark. [probably Taastrup near Copenhagen] 
KNUDSON, Paul (I7098)
 
208
Arrived on the Shenir which had sailed from Plymouth 20 May 1880.
Higgins, Charles, single, 36, assisted passenger 
HIGGINS, Charles Walter (I9318)
 
209
Arrived on the ship Bendigo which left Liverpool 7 Feb 1935.
SMITH, George Frazer, 24, commercial traveller
Last address in UK: 2 The Glen, Limestone Rd, Belfast

BENDIGO DUE TO-MORROW
Under the command of Captain F. N. Wyatt the Bendigo is due from Liverpool at 7 a.m. to-morrow, and will berth at the Hamilton Cold Stores. She will be moved to New Farm wharf at 6 a.m. on Friday, and to the Abattoir wharf on April 3. She will sail from there on her return journey to England at 4 p.m. on that day. A large complement of passengers will leave Brisbane in the liner.
The Bendigo left Liverpool on February 9 after leaving been in England for three weeks for drydocking. During that period she was completely examined and overhauled, all passenger accommodation being renovated and painted. On the voyage to Australia the Bendigo experienced calm seas and bright sunshine. On February 16 she arrived at Malta, and the passengers were charmed by the remarkable architecture, painting, and sculpture which are to be seen there. Ships of the Royal Navy in harbour at the time attracted great interest, especially the mighty aircraft carriers, H.M.S. Courageous and Furious, which were anchored close alongside the Bendigo.
Throughout the voyage the passengers took part in deck sports which were conducted on the American tournament system. The racecourse was very popular, and at all meetings the totalisator was working at full pressure. Treasure hunts, fancy dress dances, and competitions of every kind helped to amuse the passengers. 
SMITH, George Frazer (I770)
 
210
Arrived on the Sovereign which had sailed from Plymouth 9 Oct 1830, arriving in Port Jackson 21 Feb 1831, via Hobart Town. 
ROTHERY, William Montagu (I1324)
 
211
Arrived on the SS Arago from Southampton

John Sams, 45, butcher from England
Netty Sams, 45
Benjamin Sams, 17
Edward Sams, 23
Jessy Sams, 21
Jane Sams, 19 
OXLEY, Jesse (I9833)
 
212
Arrived on the SS Arago from Southampton

John Sams, 45, butcher from England
Netty Sams, 45
Benjamin Sams, 17
Edward Sams, 23
Jessy Sams, 21
Jane Sams, 19 
SAMS, Edward (I9851)
 
213
Arrived on the SS Nova Scotian which had departed from Liverpool 12 Apr 1881.

Passengers 168-174
Andres C Paysen 49, Male, Laborer, Germany, Baltimore, Steerage or 3 Cabin
Anna Paysen 40, Female, Wife
Magdelen Paysen 8, Female, Child
Mari Paysen 7, Female, Child
Petre Paysen 5, Male, Child
Carl Paysen 3, Male, Child 
Minne Paysen 1, Female, Child [Momie, male]

[NB ages of parents not correct. Andreas was born 1840 so his age was about 41; and Anna 1844 so her age was about 37] 
PAYSEN, Andreas Christian (I4119)
 
214
Arrived on the SS Nova Scotian which had departed from Liverpool 12 Apr 1881.

Passengers 168-174
Andres C Paysen 49, Male, Laborer, Germany, Baltimore, Steerage or 3 Cabin
Anna Paysen 40, Female, Wife
Magdelen Paysen 8, Female, Child
Mari Paysen 7, Female, Child
Petre Paysen 5, Male, Child
Carl Paysen 3, Male, Child 
Minne Paysen 1, Female, Child [Momie, male]

[NB ages of parents not correct. Andreas was born 1840 so his age was about 41; and Anna 1844 so her age was about 37] 
THOMSEN, Anna Catherine (I10210)
 
215
Arrived on the SS Nova Scotian which had departed from Liverpool 12 Apr 1881.

Passengers 168-174
Andres C Paysen 49, Male, Laborer, Germany, Baltimore, Steerage or 3 Cabin
Anna Paysen 40, Female, Wife
Magdelen Paysen 8, Female, Child
Mari Paysen 7, Female, Child
Petre Paysen 5, Male, Child
Carl Paysen 3, Male, Child 
Minne Paysen 1, Female, Child [Momie, male]

[NB ages of parents not correct. Andreas was born 1840 so his age was about 41; and Anna 1844 so her age was about 37] 
PAYSEN, Marie N (I10214)
 
216
Arrived on the SS Nova Scotian which had departed from Liverpool 12 Apr 1881.

Passengers 168-174
Andres C Paysen 49, Male, Laborer, Germany, Baltimore, Steerage or 3 Cabin
Anna Paysen 40, Female, Wife
Magdelen Paysen 8, Female, Child
Mari Paysen 7, Female, Child
Petre Paysen 5, Male, Child
Carl Paysen 3, Male, Child 
Minne Paysen 1, Female, Child [Momie, male]

[NB ages of parents not correct. Andreas was born 1840 so his age was about 41; and Anna 1844 so her age was about 37] 
PAYSEN, Peter Fred (I10215)
 
217
Arrived on the SS Nova Scotian which had departed from Liverpool 12 Apr 1881.

Passengers 168-174
Andres C Paysen 49, Male, Laborer, Germany, Baltimore, Steerage or 3 Cabin
Anna Paysen 40, Female, Wife
Magdelen Paysen 8, Female, Child
Mari Paysen 7, Female, Child
Petre Paysen 5, Male, Child
Carl Paysen 3, Male, Child 
Minne Paysen 1, Female, Child [Momie, male]

[NB ages of parents not correct. Andreas was born 1840 so his age was about 41; and Anna 1844 so her age was about 37] 
PAYSEN, Charles Otto (I10216)
 
218
Arrived on the SS Nova Scotian which had departed from Liverpool 12 Apr 1881.

Passengers 168-174
Andres C Paysen 49, Male, Laborer, Germany, Baltimore, Steerage or 3 Cabin
Anna Paysen 40, Female, Wife
Magdelen Paysen 8, Female, Child
Mari Paysen 7, Female, Child
Petre Paysen 5, Male, Child
Carl Paysen 3, Male, Child 
Minne Paysen 1, Female, Child [Momie, male]

[NB ages of parents not correct. Andreas was born 1840 so his age was about 41; and Anna 1844 so her age was about 37] 
PAYSEN, Momie John (I10217)
 
219
Arrived on the SS Nova Scotian which had departed from Liverpool 12 Apr 1881.

Passengers 168-174
Andres C Paysen 49, Male, Laborer, Germany, Baltimore, Steerage or 3 Cabin
Anna Paysen 40, Female, Wife
Magdelen Paysen 8, Female, Child
Mari Paysen 7, Female, Child
Petre Paysen 5, Male, Child
Carl Paysen 3, Male, Child 
Minne Paysen 1, Female, Child [Momie, male]

[NB ages of parents not correct. Andreas was born 1840 so his age was about 41; and Anna 1844 so her age was about 37] 
PAYSEN, Magdalena (I10226)
 
220
Arrived on the steamer Kiel which had sailed from Gothenburg 29 April 1911, arriving Sydney 14 July 1911. It had sailed via Newcastle-on-Tyne then direct to Adelaide, South Australia, arriving there 29 June 1911, then sailing to the Eastern states. 
HÖLTGE, John Wilhelm Hennig Arthur (I9669)
 
221
Arrived on the Susanne Godeffroy which had sailed from Hamburg 21 Sep 1863.

STEFFENS, Johann, Zimmermann, 24
STEFFENS, Jürgen, Arbeitsmann, 21
both from Oersdorf, Holstein
STEFFENS, Hinrich, Arbeitsmann, 19
from Schmalfeld, Holstein 
STEFFENS, Johann Friederich (I8838)
 
222
Arrived on the Susanne Godeffroy which had sailed from Hamburg on 6 May 1865.
ARNDT
Carl 22 Arbeitsmann, his wife Juliane 29 and his mother Caroline 59. They were from Trampe, Prussia. 
ARNDT, Carl Friedrich Christof (I9055)
 
223
Arrived on the Susanne Godeffroy which had sailed from Hamburg on 6 May 1865.
ARNDT
Carl 22 Arbeitsmann, his wife Juliane 29 and his mother Caroline 59. They were from Trampe, Prussia. 
SONNEMANN, Caroline Friedricke Charlotte (I9563)
 
224
Arrived on the Susanne Godeffroy which had sailed from Hamburg on 6 May 1865.
ARNDT
Carl 22 Arbeitsmann, his wife Juliane 29 and his mother Caroline 59. They were from Trampe, Prussia. 
BETHKE, Justine (I9574)
 
225
Arrived on the Tudor
O'KEEFE
Michael 29, labourer, RC, can read and write, born Clare
Catherine 26, wife, RC, can neither read nor write, born Clare
Mary 1, daughter, born Lancashire
male infant, born in harbour 
O'KEEFFE, Michael (I9659)
 
226
Arrived with brother on the Largs Bay which had sailed from London 4 Mar 1924:
Peter James McDONALD, age 30, farmer
William John McDONALD, age 28, joiner
Last address in UK:
c/o R. Fraser Ltd, 53 Robertson St, Glasgow 
MACDONALD, Peter James (I10386)
 
227
Arrived with family on the Selkirkshire which had sailed from Greenock 16 Nov 1878.
Free passengers:
Isaac Standley 26, Elizabeth Standley 21, Mary A Standley 2, Gertrude Standley 1 
PRETTY, Elizabeth (I9286)
 
228
Ashes in Columbarium Wall, Hatton Vale Apostolic Cemetery 
NIEMEYER, Noga "Noel" (I10013)
 
229
At St John's Hill Store 
MORRIS, Frederick Owen (I7496)
 
230
At the Colac Police Court on Friday last Ellen Gamble and Mary Lennon, two well known characters, were each ordered to pay a fine of £5, or in default fourteen days imprisonment, for being drunk and disorderly. As these two dames are unable to pay the fine, they will be taken down to the Geelong gaol this morning. Senior-constable Flahive stated that it was Mrs. Gamble's thirty-third appearance before the Bench, and that Mrs. Lennon had been repeatedly brought up at the Court. The presiding magistrate (Mr. C. Beal) recommended that when next these women were arrested, they should be brought up on a different charge to that of being drunk and disorderly, so that they might be sentenced to a long term of imprisonment. There were no other cases of any importance heard.

1876 'NOTES AND EVENTS.', The Colac Herald (Vic. : 1875 - 1918), 13 June, p. 2, viewed 13 January, 2013, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article91997448 
TOBIN, Mary Ellen (I35)
 
231
Australia's first war flier dies

The death occurred yesterday at his home, Canterbury rd, St Kilda, of Mr Richard Henry Chester, one of Australia's aviation pioneers. He was aged 65.
Mr Chester, who was born in Mt Gambier, attended the Bristol aviation school before World War I. Returning to Australia he was appointed chief pilot-mechanic at the aviation school at Altona, being No 1 on the Australian Flying Corps roll, and the first to be sworn in.
He designed, built, and flew his own plane, and with Lieutenant Stubbs made a number of record flights.
Mr Chester leaves three daughters and one son. The funeral arrangements for which are in the hands of B. Matthews Pty Ltd, will leave Mr Chester's residence at 2 today for St Kilda Cemetery. 
CHESTER, Richard Henry (I9684)
 
232
Ballarat Courier (Vic. : 1869 - 1878; 1914 - 1918), Tuesday 18 July 1916, page 1

The funeral of the late Mr Adolph Engler took place yesterday, the remains being interred in the New Cemetery. The Rev. M. C. James conducted the services at the house and grave The coffin-bearers were Messrs W. Ellingsen, R. Mortimer, F. Engler (son), E. Engler (grandson). The funeral arrangements were in the hands of Messrs F. W. Barnes and Son. 
ENGELER, Ernest George Adolphus (I10061)
 
233
Ballarat Star (Vic. : 1865 - 1924), Wednesday 2 May 1923, page 6

EX-SERGEANT PRIEST

PRESENTATION BY CITIZENS.

The esteem in which ex-Sergeant Priest is held by the residents of Ballarat, and particularly by those who resided in the neighborhood of the station he had charge of (Ballarat South), was made evident by the representative gathering at St Patrick's Hall last night to do him honor and make him a presentation. Mr D. C. M'Grath, M.H.R., was in the chair with the guest of the evening on his right.

After the loyal toast had been honored "Parliament" was proposed by Mr J. M. Feery, who expressed his pleasure at having the opportunity of doing honor to ex-Sergeant Priest, who had earned the esteem of the public and the confidence of his superior officers. He believed the members of the State and Federal Legislatures legislated generally in the best interests of the people. He admired the courageous manner in which their Federal member, Mr. D. G. M'Grath, always expressed his opinion. His wish and his ambition was always to work for the people. He had once been a strong opponent of Mr M'Grath, but now it would take something pretty strong to remove him from his side. (Applause.)

Mr M'Grath, in response, said that he was pleased to take part in the gathering, also that he was in a position to respond as the Federal representative for Ballarat. No one had had to fight more bitter political fights than he had, yet he did not think there was an individual in Ballarat he was not friendly with. As regards politics, Mr Bruce and Dr Earle Page had wedded and gone on their honeymoon, and until they came back no one would know what was coming. (Laughter.) There was great unrest in the old world today. There were more men under arms now than ever. They had had enough of secret arguments, and the people of Australia should require that Mr. Bruce should reveal the nature of what was going to be done at the next Imperial Conference. The world had had enough of war, and the party for which he stood would say to Mr Bruce that if he entered into any secret agreement regarding the construction of ships or increase of armaments, the Labor party, when it got into power, would cancel that agreement. It was not right to talk of spending millions on armament when the old-age pensioners had to exist on a paltry 15/ a week. His party would clearly and strongly express at no distant date its opinion regarding expenditure on preparation for war.

Mr M'Grath, in proposing the health of Sergeant Priest said that it spoke well for the manner in which Mr Priest had carried out this duties that so many representative citizens had met to do him honor. Sergeant Priest had put in 37 years in the service, and it was their wish that he should live long to enjoy his pension. Regarding superannuation, if there was one section of the public service entitled to a retiring allowance, it was the members of the police, who very often had to risk their lives in protecting the lives and properties of the citizens (Hear, hear.) He had much pleasure in presenting ex-Sergeant Priest with a cheque, as a memento of the esteem in which he was held by the citizens of Ballarat. Mr Priest had been a good Government officer, a good citizen, and had set an example to younger members of the force which they would do well to copy. (Applause.)

Mayor Elsworth, in support, expressed his pleasure at joining in the congratulations to ex-Sergeant Priest on having done his duty. He was not a man that should be laid aside, as there was a lot of usefulness in him yet. He thought it was only right that some provision should be made by those in authority for the later years of those who had served the Government and the people faithfully and well. It was a necessity, also, to see that our school teachers received a fair deal. Years ago it was a poorly paid profession, and those in it did not receive a proper return for the onerous service they rendered to the country. It was very pleasant to meet men of the type of ex-Sergeant Priest, men who did their duty fearlessly and yet tactfully. They knew what Mr Priest's record was. It must be good, or the gathering of that night would not have taken place. (Applause.)

Mr L. Lederman said that in doing honor to Mr Priest they were doing honor to the whole of the police force. Offences against the law were less common in Ballarat than in any other provincial centre in Australia. This was as due to the unseen work of the police force, due to the work of the men who were preventers of crime, and not makers of it. As a member of the Benevolent Home Committee he could say that the work of alleviating distress which devolved on members of the committee was greatly helped by members of the police force like ex-Sergeant Priest. He had been always a kindly friend to those needing a helping hand. (Hear, hear.)

Mr J. Lyons said that probably no other man in the room had come more in contact with ex-Sergeant Priest during the past 40 years than he had. He hoped that Mr and Mrs Priest would live long to enjoy the Sergeant's well-earned rest. (Applause.)

Mr J. Kirby remarked that Mr Priest possessed that essential qualification for a member of the force. He was most tactful. He congratulated Mr Priest on being able to throw off the shackles of officialdom and take a well-earned rest.

Ex-Sergeant Priest, in reply, thanked them all for the handsome presentation and for their kindly remarks. He had tried to do his best for the Department, for the public and for the men under him. He was pleased to learn that his efforts had been appreciated. He had been 36 years in the force, 20 of which had been spent in Ballarat. He liked Ballarat so well he intended to settle down here. (Hear, hear).

Mr. Con Loftus announced at this stage that Mr McGrath and the Mayor had to leave. In thanking Mr McGrath for presiding he said that Mr McGrath was right in saying that he thought that notwithstanding his many hot political campaigns he could meet everyone on level ground and as a friend. He desired also to thank the Mayor for honoring ex-Sergeant Priest with his attendance though the toast was a little bit out of order he proposed "The Chairman and the Mayor," because of the necessity for those gentlemen leaving them at this stage.

Mr McGrath and Mayor Elsworth briefly responded.

Mr J. Fraser presented the ex-Sergeant with a kookaburra diamond and pearl brooch for Mrs Priest and in doing so paid a tribute to the work of the ex-Sergeant in his capacity as an officer of the force and as a citizen. His remarks were supplemented by Messrs J. Cooney, F. T. Kierce, and G. H. Trekardo.

During the evening vocal items were contributed by Messrs Longenbacher and H. R. Roberts and a story was related by Mr F. T. Kierce. The accompaniments were played by Mr Bert. Humphries.

Mr. Con. Loftus carried out the secretarial duties with his customary tact and ability.

The catering was in the hands of Mr Alf. Haymes. 
PRIEST, William (I9973)
 
234
Barlaston Old Rd, Trentham

James Johnson, head, mar, 43, Farm Labourer, worker, born Scropton, Derbyshire
Mary Johnson, wife, mar, 43, born Scropton, Derbyshire
Sarah Morecroft, m.in-law, widow, 65, born Scropton, Derbyshire 
JOHNSON, James (I9128)
 
235
Barlaston Old Rd, Trentham

James Johnson, head, mar, 43, Farm Labourer, worker, born Scropton, Derbyshire
Mary Johnson, wife, mar, 43, born Scropton, Derbyshire
Sarah Morecroft, m.in-law, widow, 65, born Scropton, Derbyshire 
MOORCROFT, Mary (I9108)
 
236
Barlaston Old Rd, Trentham

James Johnson, head, mar, 43, Farm Labourer, worker, born Scropton, Derbyshire
Mary Johnson, wife, mar, 43, born Scropton, Derbyshire
Sarah Morecroft, m.in-law, widow, 65, born Scropton, Derbyshire 
GREATOREX, Sarah (I9092)
 
237
Barlaston Old Rd, Trentham
4 rooms

1) James Johnson, head, 52, mar, Farm Labourer, worker, born Hornlow, Staffordshire
2) Mary Johnson, wife, 52, mar, 33 yeas married, no children born alive, born Foston Common, Derbyshire
3) Sarah Moorcroft, mother of wife, 78, married, 54 years married, 5 children born alive, 3 still living, born Hanbury, Woodend , Staffordshire [details of marriage and children crossed out] 
JOHNSON, James (I9128)
 
238
Barlaston Old Rd, Trentham
4 rooms

1) James Johnson, head, 52, mar, Farm Labourer, worker, born Hornlow, Staffordshire
2) Mary Johnson, wife, 52, mar, 33 yeas married, no children born alive, born Foston Common, Derbyshire
3) Sarah Moorcroft, mother of wife, 78, married, 54 years married, 5 children born alive, 3 still living, born Hanbury, Woodend, Staffordshire [details of marriage and children crossed out] 
MOORCROFT, Mary (I9108)
 
239
Barlaston Old Rd, Trentham
4 rooms

1) James Johnson, head, 52, mar, Farm Labourer, worker, born Hornlow, Staffordshire
2) Mary Johnson, wife, 52, mar, 33 yeas married, no children born alive, born Foston Common, Derbyshire
3) Sarah Moorcroft, mother of wife, 78, married, 54 years married, 5 children born alive, 3 still living, born Hanbury, Woodend , Staffordshire [details of marriage and children crossed out] 
GREATOREX, Sarah (I9092)
 
240
BEHM. - Relatives and Friends of Mrs. E. Behm, Allan and Beryl Cushnie, Wondai, Mrs. A Behm, Senior, and Miss E. Behm, Murgon, Mr. and Mrs. N. Behm, Innisfail, Mr. and Mrs. E. Taplin, Kingaroy, Mrs A. E. Richters, Mackay, Mr. and Mrs. W. Richters, Tingoora, Mr. and Mrs. F. Richters, Chinchilla, Mr. and Mrs. H. Richters, Mackay, Mr. and Mrs. J. Richters, Proston, Mr. and Mrs. C. Richters, Speedwell, Mr. and Mrs. W. Richters, Biggenden. Mr. and Mrs. A. Richters, Tingoora, Mr. and Mrs. S. Richters, Proston, Mr. and Mrs. A. Marriott, Clifton, Mrs S. Kerle, Wondai, respective Families are invited to attend the Funeral of her Husband, and their Father, Son, Brother, and Brother-in-law, Mr. Max Albert Ernest Ferdinand Behm, appointed to leave the Wondai Methodist Church, To-morrow (Monday) Morning, at 11 o'clock, for Wondai Cemetery.
F. H. JONES (Wondai) PTY., LTD.. Funeral Directors, Wondai. 
BEHM, Max Albert Ernest Ferdinand (I166)
 
241
BEHM. - The Relatives and Friends of Mr. and Mrs. E. Taplin and Family, of Ambrose, and Miss Ethel Behm, of Lamb Street, Murgon, are invited to attend the Funeral of their beloved Mother, Mother-in-law, and Grandmother, Bertha Therese Magdalena Behm, of Lamb Street, Murgon, to move from Alex. Gow's Funeral Chapel, Petrie Bight, This (Wednesday) Afternoon, at 1.30 o'clock, for the Crematorium. Mt. Thompson. Service 1.15 p.m.
ALEX. GOW and J. KREBS, Funeral Directors. 
WENCK, Bertha Therese Magdalena "Therese" (I71)
 
242
Beryl Victoria McLaren 
ALEXANDER, Beryl Victoria (I9805)
 
243
Beryl Victoria McLaren 
ALEXANDER, Beryl Victoria (I9805)
 
244
Beryl Victoria McLaren 
ALEXANDER, Beryl Victoria (I9805)
 
245
Beryl Victoria McLaren 
ALEXANDER, Beryl Victoria (I9805)
 
246
Beryl Victoria McLaren 
ALEXANDER, Beryl Victoria (I9805)
 
247
Beryl Victoria McLaren 
ALEXANDER, Beryl Victoria (I9805)
 
248
Beryl Victoria Tamblyn 
ALEXANDER, Beryl Victoria (I9805)
 
249
Beryl Victoria Tamblyn 
ALEXANDER, Beryl Victoria (I9805)
 
250
Beryl Victoria Tomlin 
ALEXANDER, Beryl Victoria (I9805)
 

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