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4601 Woodbine Cottage

1) Alexander Colston, head, married, 55, Teacher of Music, Farm of 14 acres, born Portobello, Midlothian, Scotland
2) Ann Burness, servant, unmarried, 19, Domestic Servant, born Banchory Devenick, Aberdeenshire, Scotland 
COLSTON, Alexander Thomson (I464)
 
4602 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I2178)
 
4603 Woodford Hospital WENCK, Errol Adrian Neale (I2179)
 
4604 Woombye Cemetery KUSKOPF, Marie (I6371)
 
4605 Woombye Cemetery KREBS, Alwyn Alfred (I6372)
 
4606 Woombye Cemetery KREBS, William Friedrich (I6200)
 
4607 Woongarra Crematorium SULLIVAN, Dennisie May (I422)
 
4608 Words inscribed on the reverse of the medal:
Presented in the name of His Majesty to ETHEL ALDERSON, widow of Lance Corporal George Alderson, Durham Light Infantry, in recognition of the gallantry of the deceased, who lost his life in France on the 14th October 1915, in saving the lives of others.

[In January 2006, the medal in the possession of Ronald Philip Hennings, of Box Hill, Victoria, Australia, grandson of George Alderson]

14 October 1915: Lance Corporal George Alderson, 10th Durham Light Infantry. At B Camp, St Jans ter Biezen near Poperinge. Alderson, with two other non-commissioned officers, was moving some bombs into a room in a farmhouse where they were to be stored. While the bombs were being stacked, one of them fell to the floor and the percussion cap was fired. Alderson, knowing that the bomb would explode in four seconds, and that to throw it out of the window would endanger the men who were outside, picked it up and tried to reach the door. Before he could get out of the door the bomb exploded, blowing off his hand and inflicting other serious wounds, from which he shortly died. By his prompt action in picking up and carrying the bomb he probably saved the lives of the three men who were in the room with him, and by his presence of mind in not throwing it out of the window he certainly saved the lives of those standing outside. This act was the more meritorious as Alderson was fully aware of the deadly nature of the bomb and the danger to himself that his act involved. He died of his wounds and is buried in Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery. Albert Medal First Class.

[Source : http://www.1914-1918.net/albert_medal.htm, downloaded 29 January 2006] 
ALDERSON, George (I1386)
 
4609 Worked for TC Beirne store in Fortitude Valley LYNAM, Agnes Mary "Mary" (I1831)
 
4610 Worked in the munitions factory in Lithgow during World War 2 WATERS, Horace Joseph "Horrie" (I6294)
 
4611 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I206)
 
4612 World War 2 Army records show year of birth as 1923, but this is incorrect. McINTOSH, Francis George "Frank" (I1007)
 
4613 World War 2 Service records give birth year as 1911 in N105539 and 1912 in NX42054. WATERS, Humphrey Vincent "Vinnie" (I6293)
 
4614 Wowan Cemetery, no headstone LARSEN, Hans (I2662)
 
4615 WRUCK. The friends of Mrs A W J Wruck and family, also members of the Pensioners' League are respectfully invited to attend the funeral of their beloved husband, father and member, which will move from the Church of England, THIS DAY, Thursday after the service commencing at 3 o'clock for interment in the Bundaberg General Cemetery. Garland and Son, Funeral Directors. WRUCK, Albert Wilhelm Julius (I172)
 
4616 WW2 Nominal roll:

Name: COLSTON, MAURICE ALEXANDER
Service: Australian Army
Service Number:  VX130177 (V197719)
Date of Birth:  20 May 1911
Place of Birth: YACKANDANDAH, VIC
Date of Enlistment:  9 Feb 1943
Locality on Enlistment:  NRTH FITZROY
Place of Enlistment:  AUSTRAL, NSW
Next of Kin: COLSTON, REBA
Date of Discharge: 11 Jan 1944
Rank: Private
Posting at Discharge: 14 COMPANY AASC
WW2 Honours and Gallantry:  None for display
Prisoner of War: No 
COLSTON, Maurice Alexander (I87)
 
4617 Yackandandah Bush Nursing Hospital McINTOSH, Kaye Francie (I1008)
 
4618 Yackandandah Cemetery
Church of England Section, Row 25, Grave #18 
McINTOSH, Francis George "Frank" (I1007)
 
4619 YANGAN, Monday.
A pretty wedding was celebrated in the Presbyterian Church this morning when Mr. Albert Zachrisen, youngest son of Mr. J. Zachrisen, of Freestone, was united to Miss Selina Nielsen, second daughter of Mr. C. Nielsen, of this township. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. J. Robb. The church was prettily decorated by the girl friends of the bride. The bride was attended by her sister as bridesmaid. After the ceremony a reception was held at the residence of the bride's parents. 
Family F5718
 
4620 Yarrawonga Cemetery O'DWYER, Michael Philip (I1655)
 
4621 Yarrawonga Cemetery FLANAGAN, Catherine Teresa (I5451)
 
4622 Year of birth given on World War 2 service record is 1901 FREIBERG, Charles William (I6243)
 
4623 York House, Bay Street

DEATH OF MAJOR EDMOND LOCKYER.-We regret to announce the demise of Major Edmund Lockyer - Usher of the Black Rod in the Legislative Council. He had been suffering from the prevailing epidemic, and his friends thought him just on the eve of recovery. At the time of his death he was seated in his arm-chair. The transition from life to death was so free from physical suffering, that he was believed to be asleep, when the attention of his relatives was first attracted by what they believed to be merely a slate of quiescence. Major Lockyer was esteemed by all who knew him for his urbanity and gentlemanly bearing. The funeral will move from the residence of the deceased gentleman, Bay-street, Woolloomooloo, to-morrow at 10 a.m. 
LOCKYER, Major Edmund (I470)
 
4624 Zoar Chapel WITTY, William Knight (I7720)
 
4625 [From 'SYDNEY HERALD' 26th December 1833.]
DEATHS. By the loss of the ship 'LADY MUNRO' from Madras, bound to Sydney, on the Island of Amsterdam. 11th. October last Mrs. Ann Brown, wife of Captain James Brown, H.M. 57th Regiment, aged 23 years, with her four infant children. ..and her disconsolate husband and brothers with their Regiment, at Madras. [It is thought that William Lockyer was one of her brothers in Madras at this time.]

The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser  Thursday 21 July 1831 Page 2 
http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article2201639

DEPARTURES.
For Madras, on Tuesday last, the ship York, Captain Leary, having on board a detachment of the 57th Regiment, consisting of Major Hunt; Captain Brown; Lieutenants Edwards, Lockyer, and Alexander; Paymaster Green, 167 serjeants, and rank and file; 17 women, and 40 children. 
LOCKYER, Ann Morris (I1309)
 

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