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301 Died Brisbane General Hospital. Admitted 16th Feb 1906. Recorded on hospital records as being 85 years of age. SHORT, Thomas (I731)
302 Died due to injuries received due to an accident.
New South Wales, Australia, Registers of Coroners' Inquests, 1796-1942 
MUTTON, Neville Bernard (I00222)
303 Died during infancy LEW, John Francis (I05731)
304 Died from typhoid fever SHORT, Francis Richard "Frank" (I460)
305 died in her sixties MUTTON, Annie Elizabeth (I00407)
306 died in infancy MUTTON, Elizabeth (I01903)
307 Died in the Blue Mountains, NSW... but death registered in Annandale, NSW at the local BDM office. SHORT, Arthur James (I2275)
308 Died of a fractured skull after being thrown from a horse he was breaking in. SHORT, Thomas (I2430)
309 died of black jaundice at the age of 4yrs ANDERSON, Douglas (I1646)
310 Died of croup. SHORT, George Thomas "Georgie" (I73)
311 died of heart disease SHORT, Robert William Joseph "Joseph" (I2253)
312 Died of Measles SHORT, Walter Alfred (I2115)
313 Died of Measles DUNN, Martin (I295)
314 Died of shock resulting from scalds accidentally received. SHORT, Wiliam Neale "Willie" (I84)
315 Died of smallpox BROWN, Raymond Roy (I4787)
316 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)
317 died prior to 1957 MULLARD, Eva Emily (I02146)
318 died young BEASLEY (I10080)
319 Died: Waterfall Sanatorium WEST, George Edwin (I05501)
320 Disease if the lungs BEST, Elizabeth Clara (I127)
321 Drowned BRAHAM, Stanley William (I01509)
322 Edna in School
Edna in Sunshine
Center of Attention
SHORT, Edna Lucille (I00186)
323 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)
324 EE - ROSE GARDEN 29 - 0021 SHORT, Percy Frederick (I01174)
325 Emmigiration: 1884
Ship: Samuel Plimsoll
NSW State Archives Reel: 2142, 2494 
TREVENAR, James Walter (I06674)
326 Emmigiration: 1884
Ship: Samuel Plimsoll
NSW State Archives Reel: 2142, 2494 
WILKINSON, Sarah (I06675)
327 Emmigiration: 1884
Ship: Samuel Plimsoll
NSW State Archives Reel: 2142, 2494 
TREVENAR, James Walter (I06676)
328 Emmigiration: 1884
Ship: Samuel Plimsoll
NSW State Archives Reel: 2142, 2494 
TREVENAR, Mary (I06678)
329 Emmigiration: 1884
Ship: Samuel Plimsoll
NSW State Archives Reel: 2142, 2494 
TREVENAR, Leonard (I06677)
330 Emmigiration: 1884
Ship: Samuel Plimsoll
NSW State Archives Reel: 2142, 2494 
TREVENAR, William (I06679)
331 Emmigration: Arrived 4 Feb 1841, 'Marquis of Hastings' with family as 'bounty immigrants' SHORT, William (I02783)
332 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I7048)
333 Enroute to Australia, on board the Clara WELLS, Alfred John Claris (I14731)
334 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)
335 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I00545)
336 F2, Section 19, Row 1, Grave 27 SHORT, Randolph (I6898)
337 Family sources say 29 Dec 1929 Family F3399
338 FamilySearch Family F0019
339 FamilySearch SEAWARD, Mary (I00028)
340 First Born was a Female that died as an Infant. Name unkown. ---Murray S Short 8/5/1999 MAGILL, Aubrey Albert (I01258)
341 Flinders Street, St Michael Family F47
342 former Premiership Player and lifetime member of the Carlton Cricket Club SHORT, Ronald Douglas (I5334)
343 Formerly of Beauty Point via Bermagui, NSW O'CONNELL, Jeremiah Joseph (I9515)
344 Fought with Sir John Moore on the Iberian Penninsula which became known as the Penninsula War-at the Battle of Corunna in Spain against Napoleon  SHORT, Joseph (I564)
345 Found drowned six weeks after he went missing. SHORT, Edward (I15596)
346 Found drowned, near the Town Traffic Bridge in Pahiatua, Wairarapa, NEW ZEALAND SWAN, Thomas (I15069)
347 Found on, database 'Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania Wills,1682-1819' on a search under 'Ludlam'
Heir-Jane Ludlam, book page 6:73, Date June 10 1815 Prove date June21, 1815
1815 court record:
"Ann Legare. Phil. Spinster. June 10, 1815, June 21, 1815 6.73 To JaneLudlam, wife of James Ludlam of Cape May Co., New Jersey, and to hersister Ann Retchie (**my note: this is Ann Ritchie), all my wearingapparel. To Juliana Poulson and Charles Smith............"
also James Ludlam is listed as Heir's husband, with residence in Cape MayCo., NJ
Still trying to clear connection with Francis Gurney ofPhiladephia,,,,have found several 'Francis Gurney' (first name, middlename) ie our Francis Gurney Springer, Francis Gurney Roche, FrancisGurney Smith, all with connections to Phily and Francis Gurney. 
RITCHIE, Jane (I00991)
348 Francis Gurney Springer most likely named after the family friend/otherrelationship?? Francis Gurney of Philadelphia PA. Gurney family hadsome connection with the Ritchie family. Jane Ritchie and her sistersupposedly came over from Scotland with the Gurney family...need to findship/documentation/anything to prove this....
1860 Census info:
State: NJ Year: 1860
County: Cumberland County Record Type: Federal Population Schedule
Township: Maurice River Township Page: 326
Database: NJ 1860 Federal Census Index images on line, Cumberland Co image #138, lines 11,12,and13. family is Francis, Elizabeth and Caroline. Francis is 21, Elizabethis 19, Caroline is *looks like* 11 months. Francis is a Ship Carpenter.
From military records we know Francis Gurney Springer was a private inCompany A, 3 Regent New Jersey Calvary. Copies of his records show hisdescription as :
24 years old with light complexion, gray eyes, and dark hair. At thetime of enlistment his occupation was farmer. He enlisted on January 4,1864 for a period of 3 years and was discharged July 1865. He was inhospital part of the time and a copy of a hospital record states: he is25 years old, married to Elisabeth Springer and resides in East Creek NewJersey. He was admitted to hospital August 27 (no year is shown) with adiagnosis of jaundice. I don't know exactly what it means but itstates: 'From what source' and then hand-written 'Sandy Hook'. Is thisa place or someones name..I'll see if I can scan a copy of this copy andput it in the photo section. From the copies it looks like he was inhospital for several months, from July 1864, maybe the end of the month,as one place lists July and another says August to October 1864, thenagain, November 1864 in hospital.
3rd Regiment Cavalry (39th Volunteers)
Organized at Camp Bayard, Trenton, N.J., and mustered in by Companies asfollows: Company "A" January 26, Company
"C" January 22, Company "E" January 4, Company "F" January 12, Companies"G" and "H" January 6, 1864; Company
"D" December 2, 1863; Company "B" January 29, and Companies "I," "K," "L"and "M" March 24, 1864. March to
Annapolis, Md., April 5-7, 1864. Guard Orange & Alexandria Railroad April29-May 5. Attached to Cavalry, 9th Army Corps,
Army of the Potomac, to May, 1864. 1st Brigade, 3rd Division, CavalryCorps, Army of the Potomac and Middle Military
Division, to June, 1865. Defenses of Washington, D.C., to August, 1865.
SERVICE.--Campaign from the Rapidan to the James May 3-June 12, 1864.Wilderness May 5-7. Near Germanin Ford May 5.
Picket on the Rapidan May 6. Guard pontoons May 7. Expedition toFredericksburg May 8-9. Spotsylvania May 9-12.
Spotsylvania Court House May 12-21. United States Ford May 19. North AnnaRiver May 23-26. On line of the Pamunkey May
26-28. Totopotomoy May 28-31. Mechump's Creek May 31. Ashland StationJune 1. Cold Harbor June 1-12. Totopotomoy,
Gaines' Mill, Salem Church and Hawes' Shop June 2. Hawes' Shop June 3.Bethesda Church June 11. White Oak Swamp June
13. Smith's Store, near St. Mary's Church, June 15. Weldon Railroad June20. Jerusalem Plank Road June 22-23. Milford
Station June 27. Picket duty at City Point until July 16. Duty at LightHouse Point July 16-25. Before Petersburg July 25.
Mine Explosion, Petersburg, July 30 (Cos. "A" and "E"). Sheridan'sShenandoah Valley Campaign August 7-November 28.
Winchester August 17. Summit Point August 21. Middleway August 21. NearKearneysville August 25. Abraham's Creek,
near Winchester, September 13. Battle of Winchester September 19. NearCedarville September 20. Front Royal September
21. Milford September 22. Waynesboro September 29. Bridgewater October 2.Tom's Brook ("Woodstock Races") October 8-9.
Picket at Cedar Creek until October 13. Cedar Creek October 13. Battle ofCedar Creek October 19. Newtown (or
Middletown) November 12. Rude's Hill, near Mr. Jackson, November 22.Expedition from Kernstown to Lacey's Springs
December 19-22. Lacey's Springs December 21. Sheridan's Raid fromWinchester February 27-March 24, 1865. Occupation of
Staunton March 2. Action at Waynesboro March 2. Occupation ofCharlottesville March 3. Near Ashland March 15.
Appomattox Campaign March 28-April 9. Dinwiddie Court House March 30-31.Five Forks April 1. Fall of Petersburg April 2.
Namozine Church April 3. Sailor's Creek April 6. Appomattox Station April8. Appomattox Court House April 9. Surrender of
Lee and his army. Expedition to Danville and South Boston April 23-27.March to Washington. D.C., May. Grand Review May
23. Mustered out at Washington, D, C., August l, 1865.
Regiment lost during service 3 Officers and 47 Enlisted men killed andmortally wounded and 2 Officers and 105 Enlisted men
by disease. Total 157.
got a list of children of FGS and Elizabeth from John A. Short ongenforum
Posted by: john a short
Date: March 11, 2000 at 22:54:43
In Reply to: Descendants of Francis Gurney Springer by Melissa Robards of 928
my notes have f.g.s. with 8 kids. caroline-
my family- lucy, lydia, francis,harry, wallace, alice, and nellie. thosesame notes
show a letter written to caroline from alice
and charles from wichita, ks in 1941 1 jan.
alice b. 13feb1873in west creek, cape may co,
n.j. m. a charles b. 6may1868. 2 kids logan
and hazel. caroline m. james walker short,
my gfather g.l. short, my father raymond, and
me john a short.
Check Mason County IL census (what year??!?!?!?), Joe Chester saw thisfamily on a film at FHC at LDS church. check e-mail for year of census.It should verify the children John Short gave me.
ch -2500
From the Maurice River Twp marriage record book..including the year1859, page 416. Marriage performed by (Jacob?) S. Robinson of MauriceRiver, Justice. Marriage performed in Maurice River. Francis G.Springer and Elizabeth J. Foster ages 20 and 18, both of Cape May. Under'Parents' is listed Jos.(Joseph) Springer and Malan Foster. See my notesunder Malan Foster. This is probably Elizabeth's brother or uncle. 
SPRINGER, Francis Gurney (I00480)
349 FreeBDM Record search (death): Sep 1846 Keynsham Volume 11 Page 77 SHORT, William (I542)
350 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I00232)

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