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A brief account of the nursing history of Matron Elizabeth (Lila) HUNTER (1877-1948). A brief obituary for Emma BROMELL (m.n. WALTER, 1828-1916). A further report on the investigation into the murder of Rose Mary SUMNER (1861-1891). A later, more substantiated report on the murder of Rose Mary SUMNER (1861-1891). A newspaper report of an audit on misapplied funds in the Shire of Wimmera. Among the accused is Ambrose Willcock WALTER (1833-1915). A newspaper report on the ending of the inquest into the death of Rose Mary SUMNER (m.n. McGINTY, 1861-1891). A newspaper report on the illness of Samuel John GUGGER (1897-1983) while on active service during WWI. A report from The Mercury, Hobart on the christening of Ursula Aileen STRICKLAND (1935-?) the second surviving daughter of John Leake STRICKLAND (1888-1956) and his wife Aileen Mavis (m.n. HOLYMAN, 1898-1984). A report from the The Mercury, Hobart of the wedding of John Leake STRICKLAND (1922-1997) and his first wife Pamela Ann Forbes STUART-SMITH.
A report titled 'Wurdi Boluc Hero' from the Geelong Advertiser of 15 Jan 1918, P4. This article details some of the heroic exploits of Pte. Luke MONKIVITCH (c. 1874-1917), 29th. Battalion, Australian Infantry, AIF, who was killed in action on 13 Oct 1917, as seen through the eyes of his mates in the trenches of the Western Front, during WWI.
A second brief report of the inquest into the death of Rose Mary SUMNER (m.n. McGINTY, 1861-1891). An account of the funeral of Lt-Col. Walter Percy FARR, DSO (1889-1940) taken from the Sydney Morning Herald of 19 Nov 1940, p11. An account published in The Geelong Advertiser of 12 Sep 1917, P3 of Elizabeth (Lila) HUNTER's experience of an air raid while she was in London on a shopping trip. An obituary for Matron Elizabeth HUNTER (c. 1877-1948) which appeared in The Methodist, 8 Jan 1949, P2. Application for a Certificate of Naturalization made by Albert Adolphus Frederick RIBE (1844-1921) in late 1913. Article extracted from the Devonian Year Book of 1933 about Mrs. Elizabeth JEFFREY (m.n. WALTER, known as 'Aunt' Jeffrey, 1831-1935) who had recently celebrated her 101st. birthday. Camperdown Chronicle (VIC), Tuesday, 10 Dec 1940, P2. Obituary to Thomas Ernest WALTER (1866-1940). Casualty Form - Active Service detailing the health issues sustained by No. 2911, 2nd. Cpl. James John TREADWELL, MM during his meritorious service with the AIF during World War 1. Cemetery Register details regarding the burial of 2nd. Cpl. James John TREADWELL, MM (1897-1917) at Reninghelst New Military Cemetery, West Flanders BEL. Certificate from the AIF officially notifying the CLEMENTS family of the award of a Military Medal (MM) to Cpl. Harold Charles CLEMENTS (1893-1952).
Certificate of Baptism of Freda Mary WALTER (1907-2000). Court report mentioning the exploits of Rex Ellis WALTER(s) (1912-1972). Death notice and obituary for Martha HOLLOWAY (m.n. HUNTER, 1862-1916). Death notice for Albert Adolphus Frederick RIBE (1844-1921) extracted from 'The West Australian' of 21 Jul 1921, page 1. Death notice for Francis BENNETT (1815-1894) in the Horsham Times of 28 Dec 1894, P2. Death notice for Frederick Oswald HERD (12 Apr 1914 - 22 Apr 1914) and his twin sister Ailsa Jane HERD (12 Apr 1914 - 23 Apr 1914) in the Geelong Advertiser of 24 Apr 1914, P1. Death notice for Frederick Oswald HERD (12 Apr 1914 - 22 Apr 1914) and his twin sister Ailsa Jane HERD (12 Apr 1914 - 23 Apr 1914) in the Geelong Advertiser of 24 Apr 1914, P1. Death notice for Harry Hurford SYMONS (Abt. 1859-1936). Death notice for James Ayrie BENNETT (1860-1890) in the Horsham Times of 28 Oct 1890, P2. Death notice for Jannet HERD (m.n. PARK, c. 1798-1876) in the Geelong Advertiser of 5 Sep 1876, P2.
Death notice for Margaret HERD (m.n. DRUMMOND, c. 1835-1911) in the Geelong Advertiser of 13 Jun 1911, P1. Death notice for Martha HERD (1858-1881) in the Geelong Advertiser of 26 Feb 1881, P2. Death notice for Mary BENNETT (m.n. HERD, c. 1821-1885) in the Horsham Times of 26 May 1885, P2. Death notice in The Argus, Tuesday, 13 Feb 1923 for Isaac SMALE (Abt. 1832-1923). Death notice of John HERD (1798-1884) in the Horsham Times, Friday 15 Feb 1884. N.B. The correct age is 85 years not 95 years. Death notices for Mary Ann CARMODY (m.n. O'BRIEN, 1849-1926). December 1932 newspaper article detailing a telegram from the King and Queen and a message from the local MP on the occasion of the diamond wedding anniversary of John Henry WALTER (1853-1936) and his wife Catherine (m.n. ANDREW, 1855-1937). Early newspaper report on the murder of Rose Mary SUMNER (m.n. McGINTY, 1861-1891). Early report on what turned out to be the murder of Rose Mary SUMNER (1861-1891). Extract from 'The streets of Hamilton, western Victoria, Ausralia; McKay, John; Hamilton History Centre, 2007. Some details regarding the WALTER family in and around Hamilton, Victoria in the late 19th. and 20th. centuries. Images of Richard Harry WALTER (1911-2003) and his wife Ella Phoebe (m.n. KITTLE, 1902-1986).
Extract from the Hamilton Spectator detailing the fact that Edward WALTER (1837-?) was wanted by the authorities for forging a name on a bill. Funeral notice for Charles Henry Joseph SUMNER (1880-1943). General information regarding Benjamin Axford ALLIN (1827-1920) Graves Registration Report form detailing the burial of 2nd. Cpl. James John TREADWELL, MM (1897-1917) at Reninghelst New Military Cemetery, West Flanders BEL. In Memoriam to Thomas SMALE, JP (Abt. 1823-1883) from his younger brother Isaac SMALE (Abt. 1833-1923). Belfast Gazette, 24 May 1887. In Memoriam to Walter Harold SMALE (Abt. 1867-1886): Belfast Gazette Information regarding William Augustus BRIMACOMBE (1881-?) Interesting information regarding the life of Charles BRIMACOMBE (1822-1896) of Hartland Quay DEV. Journal article on the interesting exploits of Isaac SMALE (1833-1923). Letter from the Base Records Office of the AIF to Catherine Isabella WALTER (m.n. CRAWFORD, 1886-1950) confirming the award of the Distinguished Conduct Medal (DCM) to her husband Sgt. Edgar Ernest WALTER (1888-1957).
Letter of permission written by Richard BRIMACOMBE (1722-1794) giving his daughter Ann (Abt. 1766-1837) permission to marry William WALTER (Abt. 1757-1827). Licensing notice regarding the transfer of the licence to operate the Ship Hotel in Hobart from Edward John McGINTY (1863-1930) to a new licensee. Marriage notice for John HOLLOWAY (1857-1939) and his wife Martha (m.n. HUNTER, 1862-1916). Marriage notice for the marriage of James SCHOFIELD (Abt. 1846-1901) and Emma Grace BROMELL (1857-1926). Melbourne Argus article about the last ride of Laurie MEENAN (1915-1996) on 26 Jul 1952. Melbourne Argus article regarding Frederick Forbes HERD (1872-1944) being injured by a charging cow at Camperdown VIC. Melbourne Argus article showing Laurie MEENAN in action at Flemington racecourse on 5 Jul 1941. Melbourne Argus newspaper article detailing the funeral of William Arthur HOLTHAM (1898-1925). Melbourne Argus report on Tuesday 1 Jan 1907, of the accidental drowning at Bruthen, VIC on 30 Dec 1906, of Henry Kingston 'Harry' SUMNER (1885-1906). Military service details regarding Leslie BRIMACOMBE (1918-1943)
Newspaper cutting detailing the civic service rendered by Alfred Ernest WALTER (1960-1948), by his son Ernest Vinson WALTER (1904-1994) and his nephew John Oxenham Allan WALTER (1887-1968) to the Dundas Shire in western Victoria, Australia. Newspaper cuttings detailing some of the singing exploits of Stanley Frederick WALTER (1912-2006) whose rich and powerful bass-baritone voice was well known both in competitions and on various radio programs. Newspaper cuttings detailing some of the singing exploits of Stanley Frederick WALTER (1912-2006) whose rich and powerful bass-baritone voice was well known both in competitions and on various radio programs. Newspaper cuttings detailing some of the singing exploits of Stanley Frederick WALTER (1912-2006) whose rich and powerful bass-baritone voice was well known both in competitions and on various radio programs. Newspaper report in the Evening News (Sydney) of 27 Sep 1920, P1 of the fact that Walter Edward HERD (1869-1920) was a missing person. Newspaper report in the Evening News (Sydney) of 30 Sep 1920, P6 of the finding of the body of Walter Edward HERD (1869-1920). Newspaper report in the Launceston Examiner of 17 Feb 1921, P3 of the wedding of John Leake STRICKLAND (1888-1956) and his wife Aileen Mavis HOLYMAN (1898-1984). Newspaper report of the Coroner's Inquest into the death of WALTER Edward HERD (1869-1920) in the Evening News (Sydney) of 8 Oct 1920, P4. Newspaper report of the inquest into the death of Rev. Henry Michael Clarke FOWLER (1862-1915). Newspaper report on the commutation of the death sentence earlier passed on John FINNIGAN for the murder of Rose Mary SUMNER (m.n. McGINTY, 1861-1891) to one of imprisonment for life.
Newspaper report on the completion of the trial of John FINNIGAN for the murder of Rose Mary SUMNER (m.n. McGINTY, 1861-1891). Newspaper report on the death of James John SYMONS (1856-1918). Newspaper report on the death of Rev. Henry Michael Clarke FOWLER (1862-1915). Newspaper report on the successful passing of the Merit Certificate by Horace WALTER (1903-1988). Notice of application for a grant of probate of the will of Maria Louise Jacqueline CONNELL (m.n. McGINTY, 1875-1952).
Notice regarding the will of John Thomas BROMELL (1864-1919). Notices of death and funeral for Patrick CARMODY (Abt. 1837-1913). Obituary and photograph of Lt-Col. Walter Percy FARR (1889-1940) published in the Argus on 18 Nov 1940, p5. Obituary and photograph of Lt-Col. Walter Percy FARR (1889-1940) published in the Sydney Morning Herald on 18 Nov 1940, p5 and p12. Obituary for Agnes Violet WALTER (m.n. BLACK, 1919-1997). Probably extracted from the Hamilton Spectator, late March/early April 1997.
Obituary published in the Auckland Weekly News on 15 Nov 1917 setting out the life of William Henwood JOHNS (1891-1917). Obituary to Isaac SMALE (Abt. 1833-1923) in the Melbourne Argus newspaper on 12 Feb 1923. Page 1 of a transcript of an indent signed by John BRIMACOMBE (abt. 1758-1840) and others regarding land holdings around Morwenstow CON. Page 2 of a transcript of an indent signed by John BRIMACOMBE (abt. 1758-1840) and others regarding land holdings around Morwenstow CON. Page 3 of a transcript of an indent signed by John BRIMACOMBE (abt. 1758-1840) and others regarding land holdings around Morwenstow CON. Photograph of Frederick Lionel WALTER (1943- ) found in a supplement to the Argus, 17 Apr 1944 Probate document relating to the estate of John James SYMONS (1856-1944). Report in the Geelong Advertiser of 1 Dec 1860, P3 on a dispute between John HERD (1798-1884) and the well-known Geelong identity G.F. BELCHER. Report in the Geelong Advertiser of 14 Jun 1866, P2 & P3, on a County Court action involving John HERD (1798-1884) and his son-in-law James HUNTER (1808-1896). Report in the Geelong Advertiser of 17 Feb 1863, P3 on the seemingly endless dispute between Councillor John HERD (1798-1884) and his fellow Councillor McKENZIE. These two gentlemen were continuously in dispute at council.
Report in the Geelong Advertiser of 2 Mar 1912, P4 on the election of office bearers at St. John's Church, Highton VIC including vestrymen one of whom was Francis Oswald HERD (1882-1951). Report in the Geelong Advertiser of 22 Jul 1861, P2 of the appointment of John HERD (1798-1884) as a magistrate ex-officio. Report in the Geelong Advertiser of 24 Oct 1860, P3 on a dispute between John HERD (1798-1884) and the well-known Geelong identity John HIGHETT who was the man whom the Geelong suburb of Highton is named. Report in the Geelong Advertiser of 29 Jan 1910, P4 of the annual meeting and election of office bearers of St. John's Church, Highton VIC. Francis Oswald HERD (1882-1951) was chosen as one of the vestrymen. Report of the inquest into the death of Walter Edward HERD (1869-1920). Report on a nasty farm accident involving Reginald John HOLLOWAY (1888-1962). Report on the committal hearing for a man charged with cattle stealing of seven cows, the property of Frederick Forbes HERD (1872-1944). Report on the funeral of Elizabeth Augusta HUNTER (m.n. HAGER, 1869-1924). Geelong Advertiser, 21 Feb 1924, P7. Report on the Government Gazette appointment of John HERD (1798-1884) as a trustee of what was to become Queens Park in Geelong VIC. Report on the opening of an inquest into the death of Rose Mary SUMNER (1861-1891).

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