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301 Description: William England, 3 yrs 6 mo, mother Elizabeth England spinster of Cadbury Heath ENGLAND, William (I160)
 
302 Deserted wife Eva Jane at Colac in 1918 Family F203
 
303 Details below taken Circa August 1914

  • Height: 5 feet 7 inches

  • Weight: 125 lbs

  • Chest Measurement: 35 inches

  • Complexion: Fair

  • Eyes: Blue

  • Hair: Blonde

  • Religious Denomination: Church of England


 
SHORT, Albert Charles Edward "Jack" (I1549)
 
304 did some genealogy research on the Cheathams. He found that two brothers came
to America landing in Jamestown. 
CHEATHAM, Josiah Hunter (I4357)
 
305 Died aboard the Empress of Ireland, which sank in the St Lawrence River, Quebec, CANADA. The ship was hit in heavy fog by the collier Storstad which pierced her hull and sent her to the bottom. All but 462 of the 1477 souls were taken to the bottom. SHORT, Ethel Courtney (I118)
 
306 Died aboard the Empress of Ireland, which sank in the St Lawrence River, Quebec, CANADA. The ship was hit in heavy fog by the collier Storstad which pierced her hull and sent her to the bottom. All but 462 of the 1477 souls were taken to the bottom. PALMER, Wallace Leonard (I128)
 
307 Died abord cruise ship Oriana STARR, Donald (I01278)
 
308 Died after her clothes caught fire when she was cooking at the stove at her residence at Mt Pleasant on the 11th November 1896. MERRIN, Anne (I1573)
 
309 died age 5 STARR, Harry (I05583)
 
310 died aged 16 months SALE, Richard (I02455)
 
311 Died at 4 months PAUL, Selina Isabella (I5154)
 
312 Died at Shalom ARMSTEAD, Gwendolyn Maude (I04140)
 
313 Died at Shalom ARMSTEAD, Winifred Elvin "Win" (I04141)
 
314 Died before 5 May 1995. Probate Notice appeared in Macleay Argus (Kempsey) Newspaper on the 5th of May 1995. WEST, Aubrey Lionel (I05504)
 
315 Died Brisbane General Hospital. Admitted 16th Feb 1906. Recorded on hospital records as being 85 years of age. SHORT, Thomas (I731)
 
316 Died due to injuries received due to an accident.
New South Wales, Australia, Registers of Coroners' Inquests, 1796-1942 
MUTTON, Neville Bernard (I00222)
 
317 Died during infancy LEW, John Francis (I05731)
 
318 Died from typhoid fever SHORT, Francis Richard "Frank" (I460)
 
319 died in her sixties MUTTON, Annie Elizabeth (I00407)
 
320 died in infancy MUTTON, Elizabeth (I01903)
 
321 Died in the Blue Mountains, NSW... but death registered in Annandale, NSW at the local BDM office. SHORT, Arthur James (I2275)
 
322 Died of a fractured skull after being thrown from a horse he was breaking in. SHORT, Thomas (I2430)
 
323 died of black jaundice at the age of 4yrs ANDERSON, Douglas (I1646)
 
324 Died of croup. SHORT, George Thomas "Georgie" (I73)
 
325 died of heart disease SHORT, Robert William Joseph "Joseph" (I2253)
 
326 Died of Measles SHORT, Walter Alfred (I2115)
 
327 Died of Measles DUNN, Martin (I295)
 
328 Died of shock resulting from scalds accidentally received. SHORT, Wiliam Neale "Willie" (I84)
 
329 Died of smallpox BROWN, Raymond Roy (I4787)
 
330 Died of the effects of severe burns to her legs and torso. The result of her dress accidentally catching fire when melting bee wax with her husband. SHORT, Mary Ann (I5917)
 
331 Died of Typhoid Fever BLACKWELL, Harriett (I48)
 
332 died prior to 1957 MULLARD, Eva Emily (I02146)
 
333 died young BEASLEY (I10080)
 
334 Died: Waterfall Sanatorium WEST, George Edwin (I05501)
 
335 Disease if the lungs BEST, Elizabeth Clara (I127)
 
336 Drowned BRAHAM, Stanley William (I01509)
 
337 Edith Mabel Dudley Stewart shown as a widow on this marriage register. Family F3095
 
338 Edna in School
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Edna in Sunshine
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Edna
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SHORT, Edna Lucille (I00186)
 
339 Educated at Gympie State School, Qld, and at the School of Mines, Sydney, NSW. Wounded at Mouquet Farm, Pozieres, France, 3 September 1916. After his return to Australia he became a foundation member of the RS&SILA. SHORT, John Wilson (I1482)
 
340 EE - ROSE GARDEN 29 - 0021 SHORT, Percy Frederick (I01174)
 
341 Emmigiration: 1884
Ship: Samuel Plimsoll
NSW State Archives Reel: 2142, 2494 
TREVENAR, James Walter (I06674)
 
342 Emmigiration: 1884
Ship: Samuel Plimsoll
NSW State Archives Reel: 2142, 2494 
WILKINSON, Sarah (I06675)
 
343 Emmigiration: 1884
Ship: Samuel Plimsoll
NSW State Archives Reel: 2142, 2494 
TREVENAR, James Walter (I06676)
 
344 Emmigiration: 1884
Ship: Samuel Plimsoll
NSW State Archives Reel: 2142, 2494 
TREVENAR, Mary (I06678)
 
345 Emmigiration: 1884
Ship: Samuel Plimsoll
NSW State Archives Reel: 2142, 2494 
TREVENAR, Leonard (I06677)
 
346 Emmigiration: 1884
Ship: Samuel Plimsoll
NSW State Archives Reel: 2142, 2494 
TREVENAR, William (I06679)
 
347 Emmigration: Arrived 4 Feb 1841, 'Marquis of Hastings' with family as 'bounty immigrants' SHORT, William (I02783)
 
348 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I7048)
 
349 Enroute to Australia, on board the Clara WELLS, Alfred John Claris (I14731)
 
350 Entered the New South Wales Police Force on July 27, 1871; spent twenty years in the Murray District attached to Wagga Wagga (constable 1878-82; sergeant 1884) and Albury stations; retired a senior sergeant in February 1907 after thirty-six years service. HARVISON, Arthur James (I03366)
 

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