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201 Age at death in the Cemetery records appears to be incorrect BAILEY Elsie May (I12308)
 
202 Age at death is very doubtful! VANSTONE Lucretia Walter (I18454)
 
203 Age on headstone shown as 80y. Should probably be 79y. STRICKLAND Kenneth Herbert (I3703)
 
204 Age on VIC BDM Pioneer Index shows 64 years which appears to be incorrect. PROUT Jane (I18879)
 
205 Age= 54 years which is probably incorrect. Drowned at sea when his vessel the 'Joseph and Thomas' foundered off the Devon coast at Saunton. SHAZELL Barnabas Stanlake (I17741)
 
206 Aged 4 hours WALTER Vera Enid, (Twin) (I62)
 
207 Aged 4 hours WALTER Catherine Elizabeth, (Twin) (I429)
 
208 Aged 4, family moved to 28 Outlook Drive, Werribee VIC and in 1999 Daniel started Primary School at Manor Vale. THOMPSON Daniel John (I4709)
 
209 Aged 9 days on Census Day 6 Jun 1841. Location: Kingston upon Thames SRY. Therefore born 28 May 1841. SUMNER Richard John (I9521)
 
210 Agonis, Bed 35, Rose 10 TREWIN John Hedley (I19678)
 
211 Agonis, Bed 35, Rose 10 SOMMERVILLE Lily Cordelia (I19853)
 
212 Agonis, Bed 35, Rose 10 TREWIN Gwenyth (I19854)
 
213 Agonis, Bed 35, Rose 10 TREWIN Gwenyth (I19854)
 
214 Agonis, Bed 35, Rose 10 CRAIG Herbert Lorne (I19857)
 
215 Agonis, Bed 4, Shrub 14 BAGLIN Emily (I230)
 
216 AIF records record that William James Loan PIPER was known in the AIF as William James Joseph PIPER. It is also possible that he was fathered by an unknown man and is therefore totally unrelated to John Charles PIPER. He is included in this database because he was decorated soldier from WWI and it is possible that John Charles PIPER was in fact his father. PIPER William James Loan, MM (I20376)
 
217 Aird House which no longer exists on the site, was owned by the parents of Janet WRAY (m.n. ANDERSON) who with Thomas PART was a witness to the wedding. The ceremony was led by Rev. Arthur Davidson, Presbyterian minister. Family F4120
 
218 aka Maud(e) Kardinia SHILLINGTON SHILLINGTON Kardinia Maude (I481)
 
219 Albert's birth father was the brother of Annie BOLTON (William BOLTON). SAMELLS Albert Bolton (I5461)
 
220 Alfred Adolph SCHMIDT was first married to Annie Ramsdale WEATHERHEAD (1886-1935) in 1914. SCHMIDT Alfred Adolph (I383)
 
221 Alice Rose SUMNER (1881-1954) was committed to the neglected childrens system (No. 17810) on 24 Nov 1890 soon after the arrest of her father for coining (counterfeiting). She was fostered at several addresses in the Bendigo area and later at Ascot Vale, Williamstown, Brunswick, Moonee Ponds, Cape Clear and Highton.

As was the custom, her term in that system expired on her eighteenth birthday (23 Aug 1899) presumably while she was still at Highton where she was in the care of a Mrs. COWAN. One can safely guess that this is where she first met her future husband Frederick Forbes HERD (1872-1944). On her record there is a note as follows: "girl is engaged to a young man named HERD, 29/4/01".

Neglected Childrens' Registers
Alice Rose SUMNER appears in 1881, Vol 11, p.177. 
SUMNER Alice Rose (I1800)
 
222 All details are Private VANSTONE Judith (I9439)
 
223 All details are Private REGAN David (I9442)
 
224 All of the family barring William moved on to Port Phillip VIC aboard the interstate vessel 'Hope' very soon after arriving in Sydney NSW. It is not known when and how William moved to Victoria. HERD William (I1966)
 
225 Alpha Block Row CP - East Plot 6 RUNDLE Leonard John (I13700)
 
226 Alpha Block Row CP - East Plot 6 BISHOP Myrtle Ann (I13731)
 
227 Alpha Block Row CP - East Plot 7 RUNDLE Joan Bernice (I13732)
 
228 Also married Routledge Samuel SHUTTLEWORTH and had issue of Doris Olevia SHUTTLEWORTH. MCMULLEN Olevia (I2777)
 
229 Also remembered on the headstone of her parents and siblings grave at Colac Cemetery, Colac VIC. MCMAHON Kerri Anne Adele (I13247)
 
230 Also remembered on the headstone of his parents and sister in the Little Britain United Church Cemetery, Little Britain ONT. Lest We Forget. ALLIN Elton Culbert (I19571)
 
231 Also served in the 59th., 60th. and 65 Battalions. WALTER John Oxenham Allan (I1633)
 
232 Alternate surname spelling appears to be RAD or RODD. RADD George (I3745)
 
233 AM. FOR SERVICE TO THE COMMUNITY, PARTICULARLY AS THE FOUNDER OF INTERPLAST AUSTRALIA AND THROUGH ROTARY INTERNATIONAL, THE SCOUTING MOVEMENT, AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT GAZ S214. QB99. WALTER Keith Wesley, AM (I7615)
 
234 Amy C. RIBE re-married in 1916 so a divorce from John Henry RIBE must been effective at this time. GIBLETT Amy C. (I13628)
 
235 Amy Sarah Fanny FILMER (1855-1895) was the daughter of John FILMER (1827-1905) and Mary Ann Pricilla WRIGHT (1833-1902) who married in Adelaide SA on 27 Mar 1850. FILMER Amy Sarah Fanny (I114)
 
236 An excellent obituary to Robert Henry GEORGE (1931-2002) appeared on page 38 of the Geelong Advertiser on Saturday, 23 February, 2002. GEORGE Robert Henry (I6862)
 
237 Anglican 9, Row 8, Plot 19 ARGUS Frederick Trewin (I19104)
 
238 Anglican Old Portion, Row AA ELDER Wilhelmina Wemyss (I14699)
 
239 Anna Bertha (Annie) SCHNEIDER (1907-2012) was firstly married to Charles Archibald MASON (b. 1901) who died in 1964. Her second marriage was to Ernest Vinson (Vin) WALTER (1904-1993). At the time of her passing she was at age 104 years, one of Victoria's oldest residents. MASON Anna Bertha "Annie" (I3518)
 
240 Anna was a niece of Roger WALTER's first wife Isabella McKENZIE. MCKENZIE Anna (I16121)
 
241 Another reference give date of bith as 7 Aug 1913. DELANEY Rosetta (I7154)
 
242 Apparently Charles took over his father's farm when his older brother Richard left to live in Canada. Richard's departure to Canada did not meet with the approval of his family in Devon. WALTER Charles (I9754)
 
243 Apparently, Mabel Frances TAPE re-married a John S. WARREN in Bristol in late 1918. LEWIS Mabel Frances (I19358)
 
244 Appears to be no headstone. COLLINS Nellie Leonie (I11563)
 
245 Appears to be the daughter of James VANSTONE and Grace (m.n. LANE). VANSTONE Sarah (I10984)
 
246 Appears to have also married Amy Lilian ROWE in 1929. She died aged 33 years in 1944. BARWICK Joseph Rupert (I12504)
 
247 Appears to have been a Marine Engineer on Australian coastal shipping. Often sent postcards to his sister Eva Mary Alberta WALTER (m.n. HILL). Also wrote of being on his way to 'Frisco. HILL Lionel Stanley (I3636)
 
248 Appears to have been badly afflicted with tonsilitis and malaria. POTTAGE Henry Rupert (I6628)
 
249 Appears to have been dogged by health issues during his service in the AIF and was discharged medically unfit with problems of Appendicitis and Haemorrhoids. Lest We Forget. MOSS Byron Clifford (I19195)
 
250 Appears to have been engaged to a Neil Trevor JOHNSON. Source: Launceston Examiner 22 Jan 1948. STRICKLAND Patricia Alice (I13899)
 
251 Appears to have been known as Jean. SUTHERLAND Jeannette (I15371)
 
252 Appears to have been wounded twice during his time on the Western Front. Lest We Forget. COURTICE Harold James (I17319)
 
253 Appears to have died of burns. STRICKLAND Kenneth Vincent (I2478)
 
254 Appears to have died of burns. BROWN Vera Beatrice (m.n. McNAMA) (I12145)
 
255 Appears to have died while giving birth or as a result of giving birth to a son namely Francis John HERD who appears to have died at birth or soon after. The death certificate records have consequetive numbers in the index. REEDMAN Joan Martha (I1406)
 
256 Appears to have suffered from minor medical problems including boils and scabies. VEALE Kenneth Beverly "Ken" (I15363)
 
257 Appears to known as 'Eliza'. OSBORNE Elizabeth A. "Eliza" (I17980)
 
258 Area BN, Section 14, Grave 1A ORINGE Henry (I4150)
 
259 Area Cen, Section 8, Row 2, Grave 24 JERMYN Alinda Jane (I12049)
 
260 Area EN, Section 6, Row 1, Grave 6 JERMYN Ellis Vincent (I3421)
 
261 Area EN, Section 6, Row 1, Grave 6 NORTHEY Jane (I3465)
 
262 Area F, KE-F****90
Some doubt about death and burial dates as both are the same according to the cemetery records. 
WENSOR Albert Edward (I19278)
 
263 Area F, KE-F****90
Some doubt about death and burial dates as both are the same according to the cemetery records. 
LANE Ellen Ada (I19287)
 
264 Area Private C, Section 10, Row 1, Grave 1 BRAZIL Cornelius (I4413)
 
265 Area Private C, Section 10, Row 1, Grave 1 BRAZIL Maureen Josephine (I4415)
 
266 Area Private C, Section 10, Row 1, Grave 1.
Burial record shows second given name of Mary. 
ARNOLD Clara Mary (I4372)
 
267 Area Wesleyan D, Section 4, Grave 17 NAVIN Elsie May (I755)
 
268 Area WN, Section 1, Row 2, Grave 24 JERMYN Ellis (I3321)
 
269 Area WN, Section 6, Row 2, Grave 11 WALTER Alinda Grace (I2872)
 
270 Area WN, Section 6, Row 2, Grave 11 JERMYN John Ellis (I3366)
 
271 Areaa WN North Border, Grave 6 JERMYN Bertha Caroline (I3432)
 
272 Argus Newspaper (Melbourne) Index, 1870-1879, 23 Apr 1873 indicates a litigation by McGINTY and McGINTY v, English Scottish and Australasian Chartered Bank. Dispute over documents involved in the will of brother Andrew McGINTY. MCGINTY Andrew (I3659)
 
273 Arrived at Gallipoli as a reinforcement for the 7th. Battalion only a few days prior to the withdrawal of the Australian troops. After arriving back in Egypt he was transferred to the 59th. Battalion as part of the major expansion of the AIF before moving to the Western Front in France. It appears that he was a signalman in 6 Platoon, B Company, 59th. Battalion. Lest We Forget. JEWELL Herbert James (I10666)
 
274 Arrived at Gallipoli on 27 Jul 1915 and was killed in action on 7 Aug 1915 during the famous battle at The Nek. TREWIN Angus Duncan (I15675)
 
275 Arthur Westwood SUMNER (aka HIDE) was not placed into the Neglected Childrens system as were his brothers and sisters at the time of his father's detention in Pentridge Prison in Dec 1890. His mother attempted to look after him until her sad demise in Apr 1891 and one can only surmise that perhaps her parents looked after him until he was admitted as neglected child number 18609 on 5 Aug 1892. On 17 Aug 1892 he was probated to Mrs. HIDE of Richmond whose later address is shown as 15 Park Street, Abbotsford on 30 Oct 1905. His time as a neglected child expired on 9 Mar 1908 on his eighteenth birthday.

Neglected Childrens' Registers
SUMNER, Arthur Westwood, aka HIDE, Arthur Summers HIDE, 1890, Vol 13, p.271.

According to his late son Ian, Arthur HIDE was "under a cloud for years" wondering about who he was. He knew that he was adopted, but little if anything more.
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Usual place of residence - 32 Morey St., Burwood. 
SUMNER Arthur Westwood, (aka HIDE) (I3837)
 
276 As a driving instructor in the Army Service Corps. ALLIN Morley Ewart (I16691)
 
277 As a POW ROBINS Roy Walter (I11685)
 
278 As a result of an accident. DEAN Frank (I13833)
 
279 As a widow, she married Fred TOMS, a widower with a daughter, Ruby who married Earl TREWIN. Fred and Tillie had a daughter, Jean, who married Lloyd SLEMON and they live at Purple Hill (1997). Fred died Wednesday, 11 Jan 1961, age 72 years. Funeral was from Morris Funeral Chapel, Bowmanville ONT on Friday, 13 Jan and burial at Pine Grove Cemetery, Prince Albert ONT. TAYLOR Tillie (I5457)
 
280 As of March 1953, Margaret was a freshman at Northwestern University. GRIFFITH Margaret (I5436)
 

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