Print Bookmark

Notes


Tree:  

Matches 701 to 750 of 945

      «Prev «1 ... 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 ... 19» Next»

 #   Notes   Linked to 
701 Residence 1861: Southwark St Saviour, Surrey, ENGLAND SHORT, Job (I698)
 
702 Residence 1861: Southwark St Saviour, Surrey, ENGLAND SHORT, Henry (I699)
 
703 Residence 1861: Southwark St Saviour, Surrey, ENGLAND SHORT, Job (I509)
 
704 Residence 1861: Southwark St Saviour, Surrey, ENGLAND OSBORNE, Mary (I696)
 
705 Residence 1877: 1 Water Street, Bristol, Gloucestershire, ENGLAND SHORT, Mary (I245)
 
706 Residence 1881: 7 Darker Street, Leicester, Leicestershire
Occupation 1881: Currier 
SHORT, William Albert "Albert" (I489)
 
707 Residence 1881: 7 Darker Street, Leicester, Leicestershire Family F120
 
708 Residence 1881: Longwell Green, Bitton, South Gloucestershire
Occupation 1881: Coal Miner 
SHORT, Henry John (I253)
 
709 Residence 1881: West Herrington, County Durham, ENGLAND SHORT, John (I250)
 
710 Residence 1891: 13 Milsom Street, Bristol
Occupation 1891: Coach Painter 
LONG, Samuel Thomas (I19)
 
711 Residence 1891: 25 Claremont Street, Bristol
Occupation 1891: Provisions Assistant 
LONG, Herbert Samuel (I22)
 
712 Residence 1891: 25 Claremont Street, Bristol
Occupation 1891: Teacher 
LONG, Florence Edith (I21)
 
713 Residence 1891: Oldland, Gloucestershire SHORT, Sidney (I267)
 
714 Residence 1901: Chelternham Road, Kingswood, Gloucestershire, ENGLAND SHORT, Florrie (I312)
 
715 Residence of Mrs William SHORT Family F2497
 
716 Residence of Renolt SWINCER Family F4893
 
717 Residence of W SHORT Family F2508
 
718 Residence of William SHORT Family F2502
 
719 Residence: Brighton, Sussex, ENGLAND (as of 1881 Census) GILKES, Ernest Edward (I07175)
 
720 Residence: Brighton, Sussex, ENGLAND (as of 1891 Census) GILKES, Ernest Edward (I07175)
 
721 Residence: Brighton, Sussex, ENGLAND (as of 1901 Census) GILKES, Ernest Edward (I07175)
 
722 Residence: Church Street, Longford, County Longford, IRELAND ALLEN, Catherine Josephine (I07295)
 
723 Residence: Eastbourne, Sussex, ENGLAND (as of 1901 Census) LYNCH, Lucy Kate (I07325)
 
724 Residence: Main Street, Longford, County Longford, IRELAND (as of 21 Nov 1882) LYNCH, William Henry (I7867)
 
725 Rev George CRAWFORD Family F2285
 
726 Richard Short (29 Dec 1841, St Ives, Cornwall ? December 16, 1919) was a Cornish artist.

By 1881 Short had moved to Cardiff where he worked as a Ship Broker Agent and lived at Terwarnel House, Newport Road. However by 1901 he had established himself as an artist, specialised in maritime scenes. From at least 1891 he resided at 22 The Walk, Cardiff. His works include scenes of Penarth, Cardiff, the Bosphoros and Corsica.

The Museum of Wales holds five works by Richard Short. 
SHORT, Richard (I249)
 
727 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I353)
 
728 Robert Short, wheelwright, age 24 yrs arrived in Sydney on Oct 5th, 1841 with his wife Maria, house servant, aged 24 yrs, aboard the "William Turner". Their 13 month old daughter Mary Ann, arrived with them. They arrived as bounty immigrants. A son William was born to the couple in 1843. His birthplace is unknown. On August 18th, 1846 a second son John Tomas was born at O'Connelltown in the Newtown area. Another son Robert Arnold was born in 1849 followed by a daughter Rebecca in 1852. She died in 1854 aged 15 months. Two more children were born to Robert and Maria, a daughter Rebecca Naomi on 14.11.1856 and a son Albert Aron was born 9.10.1860. Both these children were born at Newtown. Between 1851 and 1880 Robert is listed in numerous Sydney directories at various addresses, all in the Newtown area. He is listed as a wheelwright or coach builder. His son John Thomas is first listed in 1871, as a wheelwright or blacksmith and in 1880 Robert Jnr is also listed. There seems to be no mention of William the eldest son. Robert was born in Grantham, Lincolnshire circa 1814 to John Short, wheelwright and his wife Ann nee Bycraft. Grantham has been the birthplace of many Shorts with records dating back to the 1500?s. All are believed to be descendants of one man. A family tree (incomplete) exists but where this particular line fits in is unknown. We do know that Robert?s parents John Short and Ann Bycraft were married on the 3rd August 1809. When the 1851 Census was taken Ann and John were still living in Grantham, both aged 68 yrs. This puts John?s birthdate at around 1783. Going by the records we have this could make him the son of John and Ann Short, their son being baptised Oct 14, 1783. Unfortunately this cannot be proved without a death certificate. Robert married Maria Beeken (Beacon) in Grantham on Oct 17th, 1839. Mary Ann, their daughter was born August 28th, 1840. Maria was the daughter of Thomas Beeken and Mary ? . Thomas is shown as a Toll Bar Keeper on his daughter?s marriage certificate but is listed as a shoemaker on her bounty papers. Spalding, Lincolnshire was Maria?s birthplace. Both Robert and Maria could read and write. Robert died on 12th May, 1882 at Newtown and was buried at Balmain with his wife who died 29th October 1872. He had been a resident of NSW for 40 years. SHORT, Robert Arnold (I3)
 
729 Roll of Honour - Walter Thomas Short

Service number: 2691

Rank: Private

Unit: 42nd Battalion (Infantry)

Service: Australian Army

Conflict: 1914-1918

Date of death: 31 July 1917

Cemetery or memorial details: Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial, Belgium

War Grave Register notes: SHORT, Pte. Walter Thomas, 2691. 42nd Bn. 31st July, 1917. Age 21. Son of William and Emily Short, of 63, Donald St., Footscray, Victoria, Australia. Native of Charters Towers, Queensland.

Source: AWM145 Roll of Honour cards, 1914-1918 War, Army
 
SHORT, Walter Thomas (I1447)
 
730 Roman Catholic
Section: M2 4 514 
COOK, Sabina Winifred (I07006)
 
731 Royal Adelaide Hospital MUTTON, Caroline Emma (I00364)
 
732 Rupert Oran Mauldin saw Uncle Anner when he was approx 9 years old.
He was approx 5'6 with a white beard down to his waist
He had a bad leg, walked with a limp and had a walking cane. Loved to eat
soft shell turtles. Uncle Anner stayed with them about a week. Rupert helped
him catch a very large soft shelled turtle out of the creek and they carried it
home in a wash tub. But his neice Emily Groggins Mauldin would not cook it for
him, so Rupert had to let the turtle go. 
CHEATHAM, Annanias Anner (I4654)
 
733 Russell
http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=image&guid=56a1c3c4-e1e9-422f-be26-217884248188&tid=112019&pid=-2124633251 
SHORT, Russell Leslie (I00453)
 
734 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I00682)
 
735 Scar on palm of right hand and right eyebrow.

Black hair, grey eyes. Could read and write. 
SHORT, Arthur William (I3943)
 
736 Scattered SHORT, Percy Albert Victor (I3378)
 
737 Scattered Bed 4EE COOK, Marie Athol (I4247)
 
738 school teacher in Monahans, Tx
was in WWII several months but was discharged due to asthma 
CHEATHAM, Irvin (I4355)
 
739 Scots Presbyterian Church Family F660
 
740 Seaman Short
http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=image&guid=b2bde50d-53b7-4e07-a78f-70d151106636&tid=112019&pid=-2124633247
Robert
http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=image&guid=f28dc40b-91ca-4b81-bfbf-42ee8c046359&tid=112019&pid=-2124633247 
SHORT, Robert Lyle (I00633)
 
741 Second baptism/christening recorded for this individual dated 1 Jan 1901 in St Peters Church, Frampton Cotterell, Gloucestershire, ENGLAND. First Baptism occurred in Sydney. SHORT, Walter Mansfield Dalton (I3937)
 
742 Section M2 17 2211 CALLAGHAN, John Thomas (I110)
 
743 Section M2 17 2211 SMITH, Doris Martha (I421)
 
744 Section M2 17 2212 CALLAGHAN, James Paul (I433)
 
745 Section T, Row 26, Grave 8368 SHORT, Maria Elizabeth (I57)
 
746 Section T, row 26, Grave 8368 NEAL, Jane Elizabeth (I53)
 
747 Section: Row E, Lot 173 MADGWICK, Edward Charlton (I06920)
 
748 served in Revolutionary War

information researched and writtend by Alberta Marjorie Dennstedt, 4372
Ridgeway, San Diego, Calif 92116, 619/282-2091 
CHEATHAM, William III (I9904)
 
749 Service Conducted by Rev. R. J. Murray Family F1877
 
750 Service record
Name SHORT, RAYMOND STANLEY
Service Royal Australian Air Force
Service Number A2619
Date of Birth 9 Nov 1925
Place of Birth FAIRFIELD, New South Wales, AUSTRALIA
Date of Enlistment 19 Nov 1943
Locality on Enlistment ENFIELD
Place of Enlistment SYDNEY, New South Wales, AUSTRALIA
Next of Kin SHORT, P
Date of Discharge Unknown
Rank Unknown
Posting at Discharge 2 Stores Depot
Prisoner of War No  
SHORT, Raymond Stanley (I00084)
 

      «Prev «1 ... 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 ... 19» Next»


This site powered by The Next Generation of Genealogy Sitebuilding ©, v. 12.0.2, written by Darrin Lythgoe 2001-2018.

Short Family Tree - created and maintained by Murray Short Copyright © 2005-2018 All rights reserved.