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401
BUNDABERG
Mr. Eric Wenck, who opened the Welcome Creek School six years ago, has received notice of his transfer to the Ithaca Creek School, Brisbane.
(Courier Mail 1 Dec 1936) 
WENCK, Eric Gerald Rupert (I226)
 
402
Candie Road, St Peter's Port, Guernsey, Guersney, Channel Isles

1) John Spiller, 25, [25-29] Blacksmith, born England [birth year estimated 1812-1816]
2) Fanny Spiller, 20, [20-24] born England [birth year estimated 1817-1821]
3) Joseph Spiller, 5 months, born Guernsey [birth year estimated 1841]
4) Amelia Dyer, 15, [15-19] born England [birth year estimated 1822-1826] 
DYER, Frances "Fanny" (I7616)
 
403
Candie Road, St Peter's Port, Guernsey, Guersney, Channel Isles

1) John Spiller, 25, [25-29] Blacksmith, born England [birth year estimated 1812-1816]
2) Fanny Spiller, 20, [20-24] born England [birth year estimated 1817-1821]
3) Joseph Spiller, 5 months, born Guernsey [birth year estimated 1841]
4) Amelia Dyer, 15, [15-19] born England [birth year estimated 1822-1826] 
SPILLER, John (I7617)
 
404
Carl arrived on the Merkara which had sailed from London 15 Dec 1885. He was aged 14. Free nominated.
 
SCHMUNCK, Carl Friedrich (I4138)
 
405
CASSWELL -- The Relatives and Friends of Mr. A. Casswell and Family are invited to attend the Cremation Service of his beloved Wife and their Mother, Emma Elizabeth Casswell, of Stuartholme Road, Bardon, to be held in the Chapel of the Crematorium, Mt. Thompson, at 3 o'clock, This (Monday) Afternoon. No flowers by request.
ALEX. GOW, Funeral Director. 
MOORCROFT, Emma Elizabeth (I9074)
 
406
Census Year 1803
County: Schleswig-Holstein
Hundred: Nordfrisland
Parish: Stedesand
Placename: Stedesandt

383 Paul Paisen, Male, 51, born 1752, Married, Hausvater Käthner mit Land und Tagelöhner [cottager and day labourer]
384 Trinke Johansens, Female, 41, born 1762, Married, dessen Ehefrau
385 Paul Paulsen, Male, 13, born 1790, Single, ihre Kinder
386 Johann Martinn Paulsen, Male, 10, born 1793, Single, ihre Kinder
387 Peter Paulsen, Male, 8, born 1795, Single, ihre Kinder
388 Niss Paulsen, Male, 6, born 1797, Single, ihre Kinder
389 Andreas Paulsen, Male, 3, born 1800, Single, ihre Kinder 
PAYSEN, Andreas (I218)
 
407
Census Year 1803
County: Schleswig-Holstein
Hundred: Nordfrisland
Parish: Stedesand
Placename: Stedesandt

383 Paul Paisen, Male, 51, born 1752, Married, Hausvater Käthner mit Land und Tagelöhner [cottager and day labourer]
384 Trinke Johansens, Female, 41, born 1762, Married, dessen Ehefrau
385 Paul Paulsen, Male, 13, born 1790, Single, ihre Kinder
386 Johann Martinn Paulsen, Male, 10, born 1793, Single, ihre Kinder
387 Peter Paulsen, Male, 8, born 1795, Single, ihre Kinder
388 Niss Paulsen, Male, 6, born 1797, Single, ihre Kinder
389 Andreas Paulsen, Male, 3, born 1800, Single, ihre Kinder 
PAULSEN, Paul (I10541)
 
408
Census Year 1803
County: Schleswig-Holstein
Hundred: Nordfrisland
Parish: Stedesand
Placename: Stedesandt

383 Paul Paisen, Male, 51, born 1752, Married, Hausvater Käthner mit Land und Tagelöhner [cottager and day labourer]
384 Trinke Johansens, Female, 41, born 1762, Married, dessen Ehefrau
385 Paul Paulsen, Male, 13, born 1790, Single, ihre Kinder
386 Johann Martinn Paulsen, Male, 10, born 1793, Single, ihre Kinder
387 Peter Paulsen, Male, 8, born 1795, Single, ihre Kinder
388 Niss Paulsen, Male, 6, born 1797, Single, ihre Kinder
389 Andreas Paulsen, Male, 3, born 1800, Single, ihre Kinder 
JOHANNS, Trinke (I10542)
 
409
Census Year 1803
County: Schleswig-Holstein
Hundred: Nordfrisland
Parish: Stedesand
Placename: Stedesandt

383 Paul Paisen, Male, 51, born 1752, Married, Hausvater Käthner mit Land und Tagelöhner [cottager and day labourer]
384 Trinke Johansens, Female, 41, born 1762, Married, dessen Ehefrau
385 Paul Paulsen, Male, 13, born 1790, Single, ihre Kinder
386 Johann Martinn Paulsen, Male, 10, born 1793, Single, ihre Kinder
387 Peter Paulsen, Male, 8, born 1795, Single, ihre Kinder
388 Niss Paulsen, Male, 6, born 1797, Single, ihre Kinder
389 Andreas Paulsen, Male, 3, born 1800, Single, ihre Kinder 
PAYSEN, Paul (I10543)
 
410
Census Year 1803
County: Schleswig-Holstein
Hundred: Nordfrisland
Parish: Stedesand
Placename: Stedesandt

383 Paul Paisen, Male, 51, born 1752, Married, Hausvater Käthner mit Land und Tagelöhner [cottager and day labourer]
384 Trinke Johansens, Female, 41, born 1762, Married, dessen Ehefrau
385 Paul Paulsen, Male, 13, born 1790, Single, ihre Kinder
386 Johann Martinn Paulsen, Male, 10, born 1793, Single, ihre Kinder
387 Peter Paulsen, Male, 8, born 1795, Single, ihre Kinder
388 Niss Paulsen, Male, 6, born 1797, Single, ihre Kinder
389 Andreas Paulsen, Male, 3, born 1800, Single, ihre Kinder 
PAYSEN, Johann Martin (I10544)
 
411
Census Year 1803
County: Schleswig-Holstein
Hundred: Nordfrisland
Parish: Stedesand
Placename: Stedesandt

383 Paul Paisen, Male, 51, born 1752, Married, Hausvater Käthner mit Land und Tagelöhner [cottager and day labourer]
384 Trinke Johansens, Female, 41, born 1762, Married, dessen Ehefrau
385 Paul Paulsen, Male, 13, born 1790, Single, ihre Kinder
386 Johann Martinn Paulsen, Male, 10, born 1793, Single, ihre Kinder
387 Peter Paulsen, Male, 8, born 1795, Single, ihre Kinder
388 Niss Paulsen, Male, 6, born 1797, Single, ihre Kinder
389 Andreas Paulsen, Male, 3, born 1800, Single, ihre Kinder 
PAYSEN, Peter (I10545)
 
412
Census Year 1803
County: Schleswig-Holstein
Hundred: Nordfrisland
Parish: Stedesand
Placename: Stedesandt

383 Paul Paisen, Male, 51, born 1752, Married, Hausvater Käthner mit Land und Tagelöhner [cottager and day labourer]
384 Trinke Johansens, Female, 41, born 1762, Married, dessen Ehefrau
385 Paul Paulsen, Male, 13, born 1790, Single, ihre Kinder
386 Johann Martinn Paulsen, Male, 10, born 1793, Single, ihre Kinder
387 Peter Paulsen, Male, 8, born 1795, Single, ihre Kinder
388 Niss Paulsen, Male, 6, born 1797, Single, ihre Kinder
389 Andreas Paulsen, Male, 3, born 1800, Single, ihre Kinder 
PAYSEN, Niss (I10546)
 
413
Census Year 1845
County: Schleswig-Holstein
Hundred: Nordfrisland
Parish: Stedesand
Placename: Dorf Stedesand

«b»503 Andreas Paysen, Male, 46, born 1799 Stedesand, Married, Käthner Tagelöhner [cottager and day labourer]«/b»
504 Margaretha Sophia Ortmann, Female, 39 born 1806 Stadt Plön, Married, seine Ehefrau
505 Peter Friedrich Paysen, Male, 16, born 1829 Stedesand, Single, ihre Kinder
506 Anna Christina Paysen, Female, 14, born 1831 Stedesand, Single, ihre Kinder
507 Hans Peter Paysen, Male, 11, born 1834 Stedesand, Single, ihre Kinder
508 Trinke Paysen Female, 9, born 1836 Stedesand, Single, ihre Kinder
509 Johann Friedrich Paysen Male, 7, born 1838 Stedesand, Single, ihre Kinder
510 Andreas Christian Paysen, Male, 4, born 1841 Stedesand, Single, ihre Kinder 
PAYSEN, Andreas (I218)
 
414
Certificate of Naturalization
Michael Knobel, native of Germany, Farmer, arrived in the Colony of New South Wales by the ship "Elenor" [Cesar & Helene arrived Melbourne] in the year 1858 and who has resided in the said Colony for 19 years. 
KNOBEL, Michael (I1067)
 
415
CHARD. Ethel May, of Langbeckers Road, South Kalkie.
FRITZ. Marjorie Ellen, of Batchlers Road, Gooburrum. Relatives and friends of Mr William Charles Chard and family, also Mr Douglas Fritz and family, are invited to attend the funeral of their beloved wives, mothers and mothers-in-law Ethel May Chard and Marjorie Ellen Fritz to leave from St Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Woongarra Street, for the Bundaberg Lawn Cemetery on Saturday, 2nd October, 1976, after a service commencing at 11 am.
F C BROWN & CO, Funeral Directors, AFDA.
 
CHARD, Marjorie Ellen (I502)
 
416
Charlwood 20.1.1896
Obum Obum 1.1.1899
Maida Hill 27.3.1901
Purga Creek 5.1907
Nebo 5.1909
Finch Hatton 8.1909
Other schools - Carney's Creek, Bell (this was formerly Maida Hill), The Caves and Murrarie, Brisbane where he retired about 1937.

In February 1907, Theodor was promoted from III3 to III2.
In April 1907 he was transferred from Maida Hill State School to Purga Creek State School. His standing was HT III2.
In January 1909 he was promoted from III2 to III1.
In April 1909 he was transferred form Purga Creek State School to Nebo State School. His standing was HT III1.
In August 1909 he was transferred from Nebo State School to Finch Hatton State School. His standing was HT III1.
[Transferred to Murrarie State School after 19½ years at Finch Hatton]
In January 1911 he was promoted from III1 to II3.

The following is from "The Fassifern Story" by C K Pfeffer pages 254 and 257.

Many of the teachers allotted to provisional schools, though conscientious, were untrained. The appointment of TBJ Wenck as Charlwood's first school teacher in 1896 typifies the manner in which additional teachers were engaged. Following approval by the local school committee, the young Mr Wenck was instructed to journey to Brisbane for an interview and examination. This occurred on the 8th May 1895. Extracts from the Department of Public Instruction's report follow:

"The examinee is 21 years of age. He left Minden School at the age of 14, being then a 4th class pupil. He has been employed in station work since then, mostly riding after cattle; and he has tried to study to keep up his schooling at night school, as best he could…He has nearly lost the sight of his right eye, but he does not feel at much loss in his vision he says…He is quiet in manner, well grown, and of commonplace appearance."

Mr Wenck was examined in reading, spelling, meanings, geography, grammar, writing and arithmetic. Some of the comments were:

"Spelling - words of moderate difficulty were misspelt…Meanings - his mind works slowly, but he has sensible ideas…Geography - he has a fair knowledge of this subject, considering his schooling, and he has not forgotten what he learned."

The examiner's remarks were:
"I think his attainments are sufficient for the position of teacher at the proposed Provisional School at Charlwood. To wit, the Minister has approved of his appointment if he is found to be fit."

Three years later, in 1899, TBJ Wenck was moved to the new school at Obum Obum where he was again the first school teacher.

The following is from the Townsville Bulletin, 21 Jan 1929:
On 28th. December [1928] Mr. T. B. J. Wenck, who has been head teacher of the Hatton State School for the past 19½ years and who has been transferred to Murrarie, was entertained at a farewell social in the Cedar Hall, Finch Hatton, there was a great number present. Mr. J. O'Toole presided and on behalf of the residents presented Mr. Wenck with a wallet of notes. Mr. J. Cavanagh supported Mr. O'Toole in the remarks made by him of the many admirable characteristics of the guest. Mr. Wenck in recognising the gift voiced his pleasure and surprise and sincerely thanked them all for their kind action Mr. Wenck accompanied by Mrs. Wenck and family left for Murrarie on New Years morning. Mr. Ham succeeds Mr. Wenck.

 
WENCK, Theodor Bernhart Julius "Ted" (I74)
 
417
CHESTER -Friends of Mr RICHARD HENRY CHESTER are informed that the remains of his late beloved wife, Elizabeth, will be interred in the Boroondara Cemetery, Kew.
The funeral will move from his residence, No. 54 Canterbury road, St Kilda, THIS DAY (Friday), Januarv 8) at 3 o'clock.
B. MATTHEWS PTY. LTD., Funeral Directors, Toorak road, South Yarra, and branches. 
CAFFYN, Elizabeth Hutchinson "Lybus" (I4130)
 
418
Church Broughton, Derbyshire

1) Samuel Turner, 25, Shoe maker, not born in county
2) Martha Turner, 25, born in county
3) Henry Turner, 5, born in county
4) Joseph Turner, 35, Shoe maker, born in county 
MOORCROFT, Martha (I9106)
 
419
Church Broughton, Derbyshire

1) Samuel Turner, 25, Shoe maker, not born in county
2) Martha Turner, 25, born in county
3) Henry Turner, 5, born in county
4) Joseph Turner, 35, Shoe maker, born in county 
TURNER, Samuel (I9107)
 
420
Church Broughton, Derbyshire

1) Samuel Turner, 25, Shoe maker, not born in county
2) Martha Turner, 25, born in county
«b»3) Henry Turner, 5, born in county«/b»
4) Joseph Turner, 35, Shoe maker, born in county 
MOORCROFT, Henry (I9091)
 
421
CHURCH TRIUMPHANT.

Mr. James Brown.

Our Franklyn Church, in the Terowie Circuit, was bereft of one of its oldest and best-loved members on February 2. Mr. James Brown, who was the father of Mrs. A. Harding, had passed his ninety-third birthday, and for sixty-six years he had been a member of the Methodist Church. He was converted at the age of twenty-seven, in a Primitive Methodist Church in Driffield, Yorkshire. Yorkshire was both his natal and spiritual birthplace.

Immediately after his conversion he became interested in the affairs of Christ's kingdom, and up to within a few years of his death he was an active Church worker. He came to South Australia in the year 1852, in the ship "Shackamaxan." His wife died on board just before the vessel reached our coast, and she was buried on the beach by his own hands. His early life in this State was one of struggle and toil, but he was blessed with a sound constitution, a strong will, and a plentiful supply of energy, and these stood him in good stead. His first settled abode in this land was Waterloo, where he took up land and began farming. He at once identified himself with the Primitive Methodist Church in that locality, and held every office in the Church, including that of preacher. From Waterloo he removed to Iron Mine, and thence to Terowie. For the last twenty years he lived at Franklyn with his daughter, Mrs. Harding.

Until within a few weeks of his death he was a regular attendant at God's house. He was, without exception, the best listener in the congregation; highly respected by all, and dearly loved by all who knew him best. His end was one of profound faith and peace. Resting with full confidence in his Saviour, and with bright and hopeful anticipation, he passed away to the Church Triumphant. He left four daughters, thirty-six grandchildren, and ninety-nine great-grandchildren. 
BROWN, James (I9916)
 
422
CLARENCE AND RICHMOND.
August 25.
A GOLDEN WEDDING.-Yesterday Mr. and Mrs. Robinson, of Deep Gully, near Grafton, celebrated their golden wedding. They have been blessed with several sons and daughters, and have a large number of grandchildren, as well as some great-grandchildren. About 100 relatives and connections met at their residence yesterday to congratulate the venerable pair on the auspicious event. 
Family F1954
 
423
Col. Dudley North.
Colonel Dudley North, C.B., who died at 23, Down-street, W., on Thursday, aged 77, was the only son of the late Dudley North, of Hastings. He was educated at Harrow, joined the 47th Regiment in 1858, and afterwards commanded the 2nd Battalion. He was a Special Service Officer on the Gold Coast, 1873-4 (dangerously wounded, mentioned in dispatches, medal and clasp, Brevet Major); A.D.C. to the Governor of Malta, 1875-8; and commanded a wing North Lancashire Regiment, with the Zhob Valley Expedition, 1884. He was Assistant Adjutant-General in Canada from 1892 till 1897, when he retired from the service.
The funeral is at Fairlight, Hastings, at 3 o'clock, to-morrow, when a memorial service will be held at Christ Church, Down-street, W. 
NORTH, Dudley (I7577)
 
424
COLAC POLICE COURT.
FRIDAY, 31st JULY.
(Before Messrs Fulton and Parkinson, J's.P.)
A FAMILY SQUABBLE.
Five cases of assault and damage to property were heard, all of which arose out of a trouble in the Powell family. Charles Powell sued his wife and daughter for assault, and the wife summoned the husband and sons for assault.

Mr T. W. Hancock appeared for the father and sons, and Mr Sewell (of Messrs Harwood and Pincotti for the mother and daughter.

Charles Powell, laborer, said Margaret Powell was his wife and Lily Powell his daughter. Last Sunday his wife was at Mrs Bell's. He had many reasons to complain against them. It was 25 minutes past 1 when they came home that night. His three sons and John Monkevitch were home with him. His wife was the worse of liquor, and his daughter looked as though she had been drinking. He had instructed his sons to put the girl outside if she was quarrelsome. She used some bad language, and Thomas Powell said, "You sit down, or I will throw you out." The girl was thrown out, and she said she would "do" for Thomas Powell. The mother and daughter then smashed the windows, and Margaret Powell hit him on the eye with, a spade, and said, "That got one home on you." About five minutes afterwards the two women went away, and subsequently came back, and commenced throwing at the house. It was 20 minutes to 4 before the trouble settled down. Margaret Powell said she would hang for him.

To Mr Sewell - About two years ago he was fined for assaulting his wife. He had ten children, and made his living by carting wood. His wife did not keep the house. She went out to do washing. His daughter had not earned 3s for herself during the last seven months. He did not strike his wife with a paling, and could not account for the marks on her arm. He did not strike the daughter whilst his sons held her.

To Mr Hancock - The damage to the window sashes was about £1. For a month he had to look after the children, as Margaret Powell had not done any housework.

Thomas Powell, laborer, said that he went to his father's house last Sunday. His mother and sister came home about half-past 1 in the morning. His mother was drunk, and his sister had been drinking. He was acting under his father's instructions in putting his sister outside the door. He ran away, and entered the house at the back. The woman and girl, with a spade and shovel, started to smash up windows. He never interfered with them. The mark on his father's eye was caused by his mother. His father never assaulted the women.

To Mr Sewell -- He did not strike his sister or his mother.

Attewell Walter Powell corroborated the evidence of the previous witness. His mother was the worse of liquor.

Charles Powell said his father had to stay at home and mind the children. His mother was drunk, and he could see that the girl had had some drink.

John Monkevitch stated that when Margaret Powell and her daughter came home they started to smash up things.

This closed the case for the complainant.

Margaret Powell, defendant, said she was not in the habit of drinking. She never had any drink at Mrs Bell's. She went out washing and doing other work. It was about five or six weeks ago since her husband worked. They went home early in the evening, before 10 o'clock. The place was locked. She put her hand in the window, and her husband struck her on the arm. The boys were all armed with sticks. On the Monday they went back to the house, and two of the boys punched Lily Powell. She did not smash the windows.

Lily Powell said that her father had given her a drink in the house, but she never had any outside. Her mother put her arms in the window, and her father and one of the brothers hit her mother with palings. The men had a crosscut saw inside the house.

To Mr Hancock - They were not on the premises at 1 o'clock in the morning. Her father had never objected to the time she came home.

Ellen M. Bell said she knew Mrs Powell and her daughter. There was no drink in the house on the Sunday in question.

Robert Gaul, of Elliminyt, said there was no drink at Mrs Bell's place. It was about 10 o'clock when the Powell's went home.

The Bench intimated that the whole of the cases would be dismissed, and advised the family to try and live in harmony with one another, other wise one party or the other would find that something serious would happen. 
LENNON, Margaret Ann "Maggie" (I460)
 
425
COLAC SHIRE COUNCIL.
WEDNESDAY, 21ST NOVEMBER [1900].

CORRESPONDENCE.
From C. H. Johnstone, secretary of the Colac Ladies' Benevolent Society, with reference to a letter re Patrick Lennon, stating that an offer had been made to his son, who was an invalid, the right to use one of the society's beds in the Colac Hospital, which would have relieved the old couple of his care. He regretted to say that the offer was declined, and the committee were unable to do anything further, other than to continue the weekly payment of five shillings per week, which they had been in receipt of for years from the society.-Received.

1900 'COLAC SHIRE COUNCIL.', The Colac Herald (Vic. : 1875 - 1918), 23 November, p. 3, viewed 14 January, 2013, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article90563655

COLAC SHIRE COUNCIL.
ORDINARY MEETING.
WEDNESDAY, 19TH JULY, 1893.
CORRESPONDENCE.
From Patrick Lennon, asking for some support from the charitable vote, as he was 73 years of age and his wife was 65, and both were unable to work. He had resided in the shire for 46 years, and had always worked to rear his family of ten children, none of whom could afford any relief.-To be considered with the charitable vote.

1893 'COLAC SHIRE COUNCIL.', The Colac Herald (Vic. : 1875 - 1918), 21 July, p. 3, viewed 14 January, 2013, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article87655016 
LENNON, Patrick Alexander (I34)
 
426
COLLINS,
Pat (Meta) of Jeta Gardens Bethania.
Aged 101 Years
Loved Mother and Mother-in-law of Bruce (decd) and Maureen. Grandmother of Kathy, Peter and Tim. Great-grandmother of Chris, Michael, Chevelle and Sasha.
Relatives and Friends of Pat are respectfully invited to attend her Funeral Service to be held at St. Maximilian Kolbe Catholic Church, 26 MacCarthy Road, Marsden on Tuesday 12th January, 2010 commencing at 10:30 a.m.
JG Lohrisch 3287 2030
100% Australian Family Owned 
SANKOWSKY, Meta Irene Clara "Pat" (I5473)
 
427
COLSTON nee Law,
Margaret Anne
Passed away 16th April, 2014.
Aged 67 Years.
Beloved Wife of Colin; Mother of Narelle and Bruce, Glenys and Ian, Jason and Anne; Grandmother of their Families; beloved Sister of Grace (decd), Ivan and Christine; Aunt of Matthew and Stuart.
Family and Friends are invited to attend the Celebration of Margaret's Life, to be held at the Church of Christ, 2 Bringelly Street, Arana Hills on Friday at 1 p.m.
No flowers by request, donations to The Weekend to End Women's Cancer (participant 720333-8), donation forms will be available at the service.
 
LAW, Margaret Anne (I2387)
 
428
COLSTON, Gary Raymond
Late of Geebung. Passed away peacefully on 16th September, 2015 at the Prince Charles Hospital. Aged 54 Years. Much loved Son of Robert Colston (dec'd) and Margaret (Ann) Willis and Step-son of Maurice Willis. Loved Brother of Les, Kevin and Cheryl and Uncle to their families. Family and Friends are invited to attend a Celebration of His Life on Monday, 28th September, 2015 at 10:30 a.m., in the Metropolitan Funeral Home Chapel, 174 Anzac Avenue, Redcliffe. 
COLSTON, Gary Raymond (I2373)
 
429
COLSTON. The Friends of the late Mr. JAMES FORSYTH COLSTON are informed that his remains will be interred in the Heidelberg Cemetery. The funeral will leave his residence, 78 Rossmoyne-street, Thornbury, THIS DAY (Tuesday), 27th inst., at 3 p.m.
J. FERGUSON and SON, Funeral Directors, 712 High-street, Thornbury (telephone JW3037); 110 Johnston-street, Collingwood. 
COLSTON, James Forsyth (I75)
 
430
COLSTON. The Friends of the late Mrs ANNIE COLSTON are informed that her remains will be interred in the Heidelberg Cemetery.
The funeral will leave her residence, Hearle avenue, Mordialloc, THIS DAY (Tuesday, 10th October) at 2 p. m.
J. FERGUSON and SON, Funeral Directors, 712 High street, Thornbury (Tel JW3037); 140 Johnston street, Collingwood. 
CRAMPTON, Annie (I77)
 
431
COLSTON.-The Funeral of the late Mr. ALEXANDER SIMON COLSTON will leave his home, No. 11 Lever st., West Coburg, at the conclusion of a service commencing at 9.20 a.m. TO- MORROW (Tuesday), for the Melbourne Crematorium, Fawkner.
W. G. APPS & SONS PTY. LTD., Funeral Directors, 395 High st., St. Kilda. Phone LA1271. 
COLSTON, Alexander Simon (I27)
 
432
Columbarium 13, Section 3 
COLSTON, Wilfred (I39)
 
433
Columbarium 13, Section 3 
STEVENS, Emily May (I40)
 
434
Columbarium 5, Section 18 
WENCK, Myrtle Clorine Ruby (I14)
 
435
Courier-Mail (Brisbane, Qld. : 1933 - 1954), Friday 13 January 1939, page 7

WONDAI

The death is announced of Mrs. Bertha Farley, aged 68. She was born at Port Stephens, and with her husband came to Wondai in 1910, since when they had engaged in farming at Leafdale, nine miles from Wondai. The late Mrs. Farley is survived by her husband, six sons, and four daughters. 
SAXBY, Bertha Marie (I4005)
 
436
Courier-Mail (Brisbane, Qld. : 1933 - 1954), Friday 28 March 1941, page 18

FUNERAL NOTICES
EMBREY. - Relatives and Friends of Mrs. Louisa Embrey (of Kingsley Terrace, Wynnum Central, formerly of Tallegalla), Relict of the late Alfred Embrey, Sen., are invited to attend her Funeral, to leave St. Peter's Church of England, Wynnum Central, on conclusion of service commencing at 3.15 o'clock. This (Friday) Afternoon, for the Hemmant Cemetery.
JOHN HISLOP & SONS.
Funeral Directors. 
SCOTT, Louisa (I10151)
 
437
Courier-Mail (Brisbane, Qld. : 1933 - 1954), Friday 8 October 1937, page 1

FUNERAL NOTICES
STEPHENSON.--The Relatives and Friends of the late Mrs. Sophia Elizabeth Eva Stephenson are invited to attend her Funeral, to move from her late residence, 6 Durong-street, Newstead, This (Friday) Afternoon, at 2.30 o'clock, for the Toowong Cemetery.
ALEX. GOW. 
TRIESCHMANN, Sophia Elizabeth Eva (I10004)
 
438
Courier-Mail (Brisbane, Qld. : 1933 - 1954), Monday 12 February 1951, page 12

FUNERAL NOTICES

DREW, Harry.-- The Relatives and Friends of Mrs. M. Drew, King Street, Woody Point, Mrs. E. Andrews Margate, Mr. V. Drew, Brisbane, Mr. and Mrs. P. Silvester, Goodna, Mr. and Mrs. E. Beutel, Lowood, Miss P. Drew, Esk, Mr. and Mrs. S. Drew, Margate, Mr. and Mrs. K. Drew, Esk, Mr. and Mrs. R. Drew, Esk, Mr. and Mrs N. Campbell, Mitchelton, Mr. A. Drew, Esk, and Families, are respectfully invited to attend the Funeral of her Husband, their Father, Father-in-law, Grandfather and Great-Grandfather Harry Drew, late of King Street, Woody Point, to leave the Presbyterian Church Esk, This (Monday) Afternoon at 2 o'clock for the Esk Cemetery. 
DREWS, Hermann "Harry" Wilhelm (I8217)
 
439
Courier-Mail (Brisbane, Qld. : 1933 - 1954), Monday 14 August 1950, page 12

DIAMOND WEDDING
STAATZ -- KITZELMAN. -- On 14th August, 1890, at Lutheran Church, Marburg, Qld., by late Rev. J. Frank, Herman Staatz to Emma Kitzelman. Present address, Maroochydore. Congratulations from Jean, Ern, and Bill. 
Family F5981
 
440
Courier-Mail (Brisbane, Qld. : 1933 - 1954), Monday 22 January 1945, page 6

FUNERAL NOTICES
KINNANE. - Relatives & Friends of Mrs. E. A. Kinnane & Son, Benjamin Edward, Mr. & Mrs. W. J. Oxford, Ipswich, Mr. & Mrs. M. J. Kinnane, Graceville, Mr. & Mrs. J. T. Kinnane, Yarraman, Mr. & Mrs. R. G. Kinnane, Blackall, Mrs. A. Beetham, Brisbane, & Families are invited to attend the Funeral of her dearly beloved Husband, their Father, Brother, Brother-in-law, Son-in-law, & Uncle, Patrick William Kinnane, late of Peak Crossing, to leave St. James' Catholic Church, Peak Crossing, This (Monday) Afternoon, at 2 o'clock, for the Harrisville Cemetery. GEORGE DOWDEN PTY., LTD., Funeral Directors. 
KINNANE, Patrick William (I10703)
 
441
Courier-Mail (Brisbane, Qld. : 1933 - 1954), Monday 29 November 1954, page 6

LATE FUNERAL NOTICES
WYATTE.-Relatives and Friends of Mrs. M. Wyatte are respectfully invited to attend the Funeral of her late dearly beloved Husband, James Stanley Ernest Wyatte, to move from the Presbyterian Church, Laidley, after Service commencing at 2 p.m. This (Monday) Afternoon, for the Laidley Cemetery.
J. D. CRACK, Funeral Director, Laidley. 
WYATTE, James Stanley Ernest (I10383)
 
442
Courier-Mail (Brisbane, Qld. : 1933 - 1954), Saturday 21 March 1942, page 10

SCHILLING.-- The Relatives and Friends of Frederich W. Schilling are invited to attend the Funeral of his Wife, Bertha Johanna, to leave the Lutheran Church, Woongoolba, at 2 p.m. To-day (Saturday), for the Pimpama Island Cemetery.
A. E. LOHRISCH, Funeral Director. 
KERLIN, Bertha Johanna (I6042)
 
443
Courier-Mail (Brisbane, Qld. : 1933 - 1954), Saturday 7 March 1953, page 14

FUNERAL NOTICES
STAATZ.-- The Relatives and Friends of Mrs. Staatz and Family, Maroochydore, are respectfully invited to attend the Funeral of her beloved Husband and their Father, Hermann William Staatz, to move from the Nambour Baptist Church, after service commencing at 1 o'clock (Monday), 9th for the Woombye Cemetery.
E. C. THOMAS, Funeral Director, Nambour. 
STAATZ, Hermann Wilhelm Julius (I9558)
 
444
Courier-Mail (Brisbane, Qld. : 1933 - 1954), Thursday 15 December 1949, page 16

FUNERAL NOTICES
BIGGS, Victor H.-- The Relatives and friends of Mrs. Ida M. Biggs and family (Swan Street, Shorncliffe), are invited to attend the Funeral of her beloved Husband and their Father, Victor Francis Biggs (late Tramway Work-Shops), to leave St. Stephen's Cathedral, Elizabeth Street, City, This (Thursday) afternoon, at 2 o'clock, for Nudgee Cemeery. Mass at 6.30 a.m.
K. M. SMITH. L2031.

BIGGS, Victor F.-- The Relatives and friends of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Biggs, Mrs. E. Bynon, Mr. and Mrs. C. Col-lins, Mr. and Mrs. E. Biggs, Mr. and Mrs. H. Biggs (Cairns), Mr. and Mrs. J. Peberdy and Families, are invited to attend the Funeral of their beloved Brother, Brother-in-law, and Uncle, Victor Francis Biggs, to leave as per above notice.
K. M. SMITH. L2031.

BIGGS, Victor F-- H.A.C.B.S. St. James Branch, Coorparoo. The Officers and members of the above Branch, are requested to attend the Funeral of their deceased Bro. Victor F. Biggs, to leave as per above notice. By order of the President. 
BIGGS, Victor Francis (I471)
 
445
Courier-Mail (Brisbane, Qld. : 1933 - 1954), Thursday 15 January 1953, page 16

FUNERAL NOTICES
HEISNER.-- Relatives and Friends of the late Frederick Heisner, of 163 Wharf Street, City, and Family are invited to attend his Funeral, to leave the Funeral Chapel, 17 Peel Street, South Brisbane, This (Thursday) Afternoon, at 2.30 o'clock, for the Mt. Thompson Crematorium. Service at 2.15.
JOHN HISLOP & SONS, Funeral Directors. 
HEISNER, Frederick (I8085)
 
446
Courier-Mail (Brisbane, Qld. : 1933 - 1954), Thursday 26 March 1942, page 8

FUNERAL NOTICES

BUTTERWORTH. Sydney George (late No. 7207, Second Machine Gun Battalion, A.I.F.), - Funeral service for Sydney George Butterworth, beloved Husband and Father of Mrs. M. A. Butterworth and Family, of Zillman Road, Hendra, will be conducted at the Parlour, 400 Wickham Street, To-day (Thursday), at 11.30 a.m., with interment to follow at Toowong Cemetery, at 11.55.
METROPOLITAN FUNERAL SERVICES. B3990. B4773.26/3/1942 
BUTTERWORTH, Sydney George (I7689)
 
447
Courier-Mail (Brisbane, Qld. : 1933 - 1954), Tuesday 2 September 1941, page 10

FUNERAL NOTICES
NEWMAN, Mrs. Rosa J. H.-- The Relatives and Friends of Sapper Frederick Newman (Redbank Camp), late of Blackall, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Kent and Family (Cribb Island) are invited to attend the Funeral of his beloved Wife, their Daughter and Sister, Mrs. Rosa J. H. Newman, to move from the Funeral Chapel, Wickham Street, Valley, This (Tuesday) Afternoon, at 2 o'clock, to Bulimba Cemetery. 
KENT, Rosa Julia Hannah (I3185)
 
448
Courier-Mail (Brisbane, Qld. : 1933 - 1954), Tuesday 28 July 1953, page 12

DENNIEN. The Relatives and Friends of Mrs. H. Dennien, Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Dennien, Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Dennien, Mrs. H. Dennien, Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Guppy, Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Dennien and Families, are invited to attend the Funeral of her beloved Husband, their Father, Father-in-law, Grandfather, and Great Grandfather, August Dennien, of Morcombe Street, Sandgate, formerly of Gympie, to move from Church of Christ, Crescent Road, Gympie, on conclusion of Service, commencing at 1.45 o'clock This (Tuesday) Afternoon, for the Gympie Cemetery.
ALEX GOW & JACK CORNES, Funeral Directors. 
DENNIEN, August (I10675)
 
449
Courier-Mail (Brisbane, Qld. : 1933 - 1954), Tuesday 9 February 1954, page 16

ATTEWELL.- Relatives and Friends of the late Lucy Attewell (formerly Lucy Haines) are invited to attend her Funeral, to move from the Methodist Church, Laidley, after service commencing at 2 o'clock This (Tuesday) Afternoon, for the Laidley Cemetery. J. D. CRACK, Funeral Director, Laidley. 
KING, Lucy (I10040)
 
450
Court and newspaper reports give death date as 29 March not 30 March, 2008 
WUTH, Carmel Joy (I10315)
 

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