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101 aka DUNTON DANTON, Sarah Ann (I7380)
102 aka Timberbongie SHORT, Alice Margaret (I0169)
103 Alexander SHORT, Nicholas Lockey and John Johnson, all boys, but the two former, notwithstanding, old offenders, were charged with breaking into the fruit lofts of Mr Scott, Quayside, on Sunday morning, and stealing a quantity of apples and oranges.

It appeared that Mr Scott had suffered much from depredations of this character, they having occurred almost weekly. He accordingly applied to Mr Stephens for the purpose of having a policeman exclusively to watch his premises, and on Sunday morning P.C. No. 21, concealed himself into the loft; about half-past one he observed the prisoner Lockey break the window in the roof, at the same time shouting to others outside to "come on."

The three then entered, and after loading from the apple heaps, went to the loft below, and commenced and equally free and easy unloading of the orange chests.

The policeman then interfered and succeeded in taking Johnson into custody; the others escaped, but were captured on the same night. Lockey was committed to hard labour for 3 calendar months; SHORT for 1 calendar month; and Johnson for 1 week. 
SHORT, Alexander (I0210)
104 Alexander SHORT, of the Castle Garth, and Catherine his wife, were convicted of assaults upon Thomas Topping, a constable, last Saturday afternoon and fined  SHORT, Alexander (I5022)
105 All Saints Church Family F1120
106 All Saints Church Family F3252
107 Although this marriage was registered with NSW BDM, there is no local evidence that this couple ever were in Broken Hill. The Family History Society in Broken Hill have confirmed that there are no marriage records in the Wesleyan, Baptist, Roman Catholic or Chrurch of England parish records.

The FHS at Broken Hill assume that the marriage may have happened at Silverton which is still in the Broken Hill district. All parish records from Silverton have been lost and they do not have any records.

As Frederick died 5 years later, we assume that the marriage in the far west of New South Wales had some significance to the couple. No birth documentation for Eva Reeves Collins can be found in Broken Hill either.

The 1930 Electoral Roll says that Frederick was a Doctor, he may have been in Broken Hill for a short term at the hospital.

Alternativley, the 1928 Sands Directory shows two people with the name F DUKE. One a Dentist @ 426 Darling Street, Balmain NSW and the other a Medical Superintendant in the District Hospital at Tibboburra NSW.

Without a copy of the original marriage certificate, we won't be able to confirm anything. 
Family F2167
108 ANGLICAN - SECTION AF - 0536 SHORT, George Edwin (I01191)
109 ANGLICAN - SECTION AF - 0539 SHORT, John Foster (I01192)
SHORT, Ebenezer (I00136)
111 ANGLICAN - SECTION AF - 0540 ANDERSON, Martha (I00137)
112 ANGLICAN - SECTION JJ - 0005 SHORT, William (I12)
113 ANGLICAN - SECTION TT - 0051 SHORT, Percival Henry (I1588)
114 Anglican Monumental - Section 2A - 0290 FAHY, Richard Howard (I9183)
115 Anglican Monumental - Section 2A - 0290 TAYLOR, Alice Mary (I9184)
116 Anglican Monumental - Section 2A - 0291 FAHY, Elizabeth Annie (I10360)
117 Anglican Monumental - Section 2A - 0291 FAHY, Mabel Ethel (I10364)
118 Anglican Monumental - Section Ae - 0611 FAHY, George Alfred (I10363)
119 Anglican Monumental - Section Gg - 0087 BROWN, Emma Elizabeth (I0136)
120 Anglican Monumental - Section Oo - 0036 BROWN, James Parsons (I6356)
121 Anglican Monumental - Section Oo - 0037 MOON, Elizabeth (I6357)
122 Anglican Monumental - Section Ua - 0009 MUTTON, Lucy Ann (I00148)
123 Annie died at the age of 21 THOMSON, Annie M (I00340)
124 Area: Zone A
Section: Old Ground
Grave Number: 394

Buried with husband, William SHORT 
HOBBS, Elizabeth (I3307)
125 Area: Zone A
Section: Old Ground
Grave Number: 394

Buried with wife, Elizabeth SHORT (nee HOBBS) 
SHORT, William (I3306)
126 Area: Zone A
Secton: Old Ground
Grave Number: 1355 
GAINFORD, Thomas Sydney Dixon (I3257)
127 Area: Zone F
Section: B Independent
Grave #: 2062 
SHORT, Adeline Maud Munro Angus (I147)
128 Area: Zone F
Section: Salvation Army 3
Grave #: 808 
SHORT, Nellie Love (I07007)
129 Argyle County SHORT, Hannah (I2355)
130 Arrival: 1857 SHORT, Richard (I261)
131 Arrival: Sydney Australia (as of 23 Nov 1910) GILKES, Ernest Edward (I07175)
132 Arthur Montague SHORT was a manager of a bank in Sale, Victoria in 1895.

For some reason, he killed his two children by slitting their throats and shot his wife twice in the face (who survived).

Arthur then shot himself by throwing himself in the marital bed and put the pistol in his mouth, pulling the trigger.

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All records, newspaper articles etc after this fact fail to mention Arthur when his family is mentioned. His father's obituary does not mention him, nor his mothers. 
SHORT, Arthur Montague (I5256)
133 Ashby is the old part of Geelong West WILLMOTT, William Henry "Harry" (I5804)
134 Ashes collected SMITH, Royealeene Vera (I9249)
135 Ashes collected SHORT, Jacob William (I8234)
136 Ashes collected on this date IRVINE, Hector Gale (I3371)
137 Ashes posted to South Australia SHORT, David Charles (I4311)
138 Ashes taken SHORT, Alexander "Alec" (I3180)
139 Ashes taken STOVE, Agnes Elsie (I3183)
140 Ashes taken SHORT, Joseph Johnston (I2459)
141 Ashes taken FITZGERALD, Elsie May Florence (I3561)
142 Ashes taken, placed in private garden Kangaroo Valley, New South Wales, AUSTRALIA WITHERS, Dorothy Joan (I05768)
143 Ashes taken, placed in private garden Kangaroo Valley, New South Wales, AUSTRALIA ANDERSON, Donald Keith "Gunner" (I00093)
144 Ashes were posted to an address in Armidale, New South Wales, AUSTRALIA SHORT, John (I4168)
145 at Crowley Nursing Home SHORT, Bruce Watson (I06281)
146 at Entraining Point the Quarry Stat.  COULTON, Stanley Gordon (I3550)
147 At his residence "Fox Glen" SUTHERN, John (I8792)
148 At his residence "Winthorpe" 39 Temple Street, Petersham SHORT, George (I3244)
149 At home, Thomas was a tyrant. Men were considered the main people of importance and at times the men were fed separately.

The five boys came to Australia, and the girls stayed in England. 
EVERETT, Thomas (I5751)
150 at Lewisham Hospital DANSON, Dorothy Kathleen (I9943)

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