Descendants of William SPALDING

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144. John SPALDING

Birth Registration:
District of Hamilton Lanark.  John Spalding was born 16th November 1881 at 8 Lamb Street, Hamilton. Father was William Spalding, coal miner, mother - Ann Spalding m.s. McDonald.  Parents were married 31 December 1867 (sic). Informant: William Spalding, Father.

Early occupation:  furnaceman

New South Wales Criminal Court Records
25 October and 10 November 1898
John Spalding and Bertie Richards of Balmain were bailed on 25 October 1898 having been charged with indecent assult on a male person. On 10 November 1898 they pleaded guilty. The sentence was imprisonment for six months with hard labour in Darlinghurst goal. Sentence was suspended under First Offenders Probation Act of 1894 upon accused entering into a Recognizance in 100 pounds with two Sureties in 50 pounds each, to be of good behaviour for twelve months. Sureties: William Spalding of 28 Rosebery Street Balmain; and James Bain of No.4 Reynolds Street Balmain, Carter

Marriage: NSW BDM 5395/1900  SPALDING  JOHN,  SEATON  MARY,  SYDNEY  
Marriage
4 Aug 1900 at Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

John and Mary were underage when they got married and so they had friends pretend to be their parents so they could get permission to marry. It caused a bit of friction with the Seatons as they didn't get along with the Spaldings after that.

John Spalding World War I Service - Gallipoli, Egypt and France

John joined D Company 3rd Battalion of the 1st Infantry Brigade of the Australian Imperial Force on 2 September 1914 as a private, with a service number of 782.  He gave his birthplace as near Glasgow and age as 39 years and 11 months. (He was actually 32 years and 9 months).   He was a labourer and his wife lived at 4 Botany Road Alexandria NSW.  He advised that he had previously served with the St George's Rifles.

The St Georges Rifles (the 7th NSW Infantry Regiment) was the St Georges English Rifles (Volunteers). In 1908 it changed to 1st Battalion St Georges English Rifle Regiment. In 1912 it amalgamated with another regiment (1/1st Aust Inf Regt) and became the 31st Infantry (Leichhardt).

At the time of joining the AIF, John was 5 foot 11 inches tall, 148 lbs with a fair complexion, blue eyes and dark brown hair.  His religious denomination was Presbyterian.

It is unclear where he first served but his unit embarked from Sydney, New South Wales, on board HMAT A14 Euripides on 19 October 1914.  He then embarked via the "Derflinmer" to join the Mediterranean Expeditionary Force (Gallipoli) on 5 April 1915.   He was soon promoted to Lance Corporal on 23 June 1915.

His first hospitalisation was for influenza (Pryxia) in July 1915, initially moved to hospital Anzac and a few days later to the No.1 Australian Stationary Hospital on Lemnos Island.  He was then to be transferred back to his base by the hospital ship "Dongola and Ansonia" but while on transit had to disembark on Malta.  He was admitted to the Tigne Military Hospital Malta and some 5 weeks later to St Patrick's Military Hospital Malta, still with influenza.

The Secretary of Defence tried to advise John's wife of his illness but the address of his wife was misread (as 204 Botany Rd rather than No.2 Botany Rd Alexandria) and this as well as a number of other advices were returned unopened.

On 1 September 1915 John was discharged from hospital in Malta and not long after got into his first recorded trouble.  He was absent without leave in Malta from 9am to 5pm on 4 September, did not comply with an order and was drunk on active service.  As a result on the 8 September he was reduced to the ranks, forfeited a days pay. He then left Malta on the HT "Karos" for Egypt.  On 19 September he was again involved in irregular conduct in Mustapha (North Africa) and was awarded 3 days confined to his barracks.  On 27 September 1915 he left Mustapha, for the front, and joined his 3rd Battalion in Mudros, a small Greek port on the Mediterranean island of Lemnos and then to Anzac.  He was promoted to Corporal on 3 December 1915.

His next illness was tonsillitis that required his transport by HS "Simla" to No.15 General Hospital Alexandria on 29 December 1915.  After 11 days he was discharged to return to the Mustapha base and soon returned to his unit at Tel-el-Kebir, in Egypt.

After arriving at Tel-el-Kebir John went absent without leave.  While absent Corporal John Spalding was "taken on strength", or transferred from the No.11 Platoon of the 3rd Battalion to the C Company of the 55th Battalion on 13 February 1916.  After he gave himself up to the Commander of the Regimental Quarter Guard of the 55th Battalion on 8 March 1916 he found himself before a Field General Court Martial at Tel-el-Kebir on 20 March 1916.  The charges were for:
1. When on active service absenting himself without leave from his Battalion from the Tattoo roll call (9.30pm) on 2 February 1916 until Tattoo (9.30pm) on 8 March 1916.
2. When on active service using insubordinate language to his superior officer, in that he at Tel-el-Kebir on 15 March when ordered to be inoculated by Capt A S C Holland of 55th Battalion AIF his superior officer, replied in an insubordinate manner "Yes, I wont".
3. When on active service disobeying in such a manner as to show willful defiance of authority of a lawful command given personally by his superior officer in the execution of his duty in that he at Tel-el-Kebir on 16 March 1916, when ordered by Captain A S C Holland 55th Battalion AIF to be inoculated, he did not do so and replied "I wont".

It was noted at the Court Marshal that Corporal Spalding was a good man and reliable.  He did particularly good work in the trenches on the Peninsula. His field conduct sheet was "clean". John Spalding was found guilty of 1. and not guilty of 2. and 3.  His sentence was that he be reduced to ranks and detention for 90 days.  This was then commuted to 90 days Field Punishment and to forfeit 36 days pay.  After serving 53 days of voluntary detention in various hospitals in Tel-el-Kebir and Abbassia he left Alexandria on the HT "Ivernai" to join the British Expeditionary Force in Marseilles, France on 29 June, rejoining his 55th Battalion on 15 August 1916.

Within 6 weeks John was again admitted to hospital in France with Pleurisy and Pneumonia. On 15 October 1916 he was transferred via HS "St Andrew" from Boulogne to Frensham Hill hospital and then Aldershot Hospital in England.  At last he was given a break being transferred from hospital for furlough and to report to Perham Downs depot by 8 November 1916. Unfortunately John took one extra day and found himself again charged as absent without leave and confined to camp for 7 days and to forfeit 2 days pay.

On 14 December 1916 John was off to France again leaving Folkestone on board the "Princess Henrietta" to rejoin his unit.  Within 6 weeks at the front John was wounded on 31 January 1917 by shrapnel from a high explosive shell.  A fragment of the shell passed through both of John's thighs about one inch above the knees causing a furrowed wound in each thigh's anterior surface.  There was no injury to the bone.  He was hospitalised in the 45th CCS and then the 3rd Stationary Hospital in Rouen.  On 14 February he was repatriated via the HS "St Patrick" to the 2nd Birmingham Hospital, England to repair an artery and to remove shell fragments in his thighs.  During this period he was noted to have had two attacks of Malaria.   On 1 May 1917 he was transferred to the 1st Australian Auxiliary Hospital, Harefield Park, Middlesex.  At this stage he was not able to put any weight on his right leg.

He was discharged from hospital on 25 May 1917 being permanently unfit for general and home service.  He was given 2 weeks furlough and then to report to Weymouth depot.

John finally left England on board the HMAT "Nestor" to return to Australia on 22 July 1917. He disembarked at Melbourne on 24 September and then re-embarked via "Euripides" for Sydney.

He had continual pain in both thighs and required the aid of a stick to walk. After a period of 2 months absence without leave he was eventually discharged from the AIF at Sydney as medically unfit on 23 January 1918.

John, his son William John Spalding and wife Mary Spalding all received a pension.  They were living at 573 Bourke St Surry Hills NSW.  It is understood that John finished up having a leg amputated when he got back to Australia.

John Spalding was awarded the 1914/15 Star, the British War Medal and the Victory Medal.

Death: NSW BDM 12028/1925  SPALDING  JOHN  WILLIAM  ANN  RANDWICK    
Pres A&B row 17 #1360, Field of Mars Cemetery, Ryde, NSW aged 45 years.  Cause of Death: pulmonary tuberculosis, heart failure.

Death Notice: SPALDING John, Death 01JUL1925,aged 43,  at Prince of Wales Military Hospital, Randwick, Sydney Morning Herald 03JUL1925

Australia and New Zealand, Find a Grave Index, 1800s-Current
John Spalding
Birth Date: 1882
Death Date: Jul 1925
Cemetery: Field of Mars Cemetery
Burial or Cremation Place: East Ryde, Ryde City, New South Wales, Australia

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Mary Elizabeth SEATON

Marriage: NSW BDM 5395/1900  SPALDING  JOHN  SEATON  MARY  SYDNEY  

John and Mary were underage when they got married and so they had friends pretend to be their parents so they could get permission to marry.

In the 1936 Electoral Roll of Barton, Oatley at 187 Connell's Point Road Hurstville lived William John Spalding, a labourer.  At 184 Connel's Point Road Hurstville lived Mary Elizabeth Spalding, home duties.

Death: NSW BDM 38324/1967  SPALDING  MARY  WILLIAM  MARY  NEWTOWN (it is believed the mother should have been recorded as Helen not Mary)

Burial Woronora - Surname: SPALDING Type: Burial First Name: MARY Date of Death: 03/11/1967 Location Roman Catholic Monumental SECTION 12 0168

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363. William John SPALDING

BIRTH: NSW BDM 10165/1903  SPALDING  WILLIAM J,  JOHN,  MARY,  BALMAIN SOUTH

National Archives: SPALDING WILLIAM JOHN  Service Number - NX12909  Date of birth - 03 Jun 1905  Place of birth - NSW  Place of enlistment - PADDINGTON NSW  Next of Kin - SPALDING MARY

New South Wales Criminal Court Records, Cootamundra, NSW
27 November 1919
William John Spalding, potter, pleaded guilty and was convicted of Breaking and Entering a warehouse and Stealing.  To come up for sentence within 3 years if called upon. Security, self in 25 pounds and surety in 25 pounds.  (Recog. earlier guilty in open court. Surety John Spalding)

NSW Police Gazette
William John Spalding
Birth Year: abt 1904
Age: 17
Event Place: New South Wales, Australia
Event Type: Theft
Publication Date: 13 Apr 1921
Page #: 217
See Also Year: 1921
See Also Page: 146
Vide Police Gazette, 1921, pages 146, 147, and 162.
Albert Edward Davison (18) and William John Spalding (17), charged with stealing jewellery and clothing, total value 35 pounds part recovered, in the dwelling-house of William McCann, the property of Ernest Douglass, has been arrested by Detective-sergeant Miller, and Constables Staines, Allmond, Mallam, and Shepherd, Sydney Police. Further charged with breaking and entering the dwelling-house of William Ashton, and stealing therein jewellery and clothing, total value 60 pounds(recovered). Further charged with attempting to break and enter the dwelling-house of Ernest Bond. Committed for trial on all charges
(three, at Quarter Sessions. Spalding further charged with breaking and entering the dwelling-house of Nellie Ward, and stealing therein jewellery, value 60 pounds (part recovered). Committed for trial at Quarter Sessions. A further charge of stealing against offender
was not proceeded with.

In the 1930 Electoral Roll of Barton, Oatley at 10 Richard Road, Hurstville lived William John Spalding, a labourer.

In the 1936 Electoral Roll of Barton, Oatley at 187 Connell's Point Road Hurstville lived William John Spalding, a labourer.  At 184 Connel's Point Road Hurstville lived Mary Elizabeth Spalding, home duties.

War Service: William Spalding
Birth Date 3 Jun 1903
Birth Place Balmain New South Wales
Year range 1939 - 1948
Enlistment Place Paddington New South Wales
Service Number NX20164
Next of Kin Annie Smith
Series Description B883: Army, 2nd Al F

Note: Annie Smith was William's older sister.

In the 1958 Electoral Roll of Hughes Caringbah at 10 Pacific Street:
William John Spalding, Labourer
Olive Georgina Spalding, Home duties

Marriage: NSW BDM 17380/1953  SPALDING  WILLIAM,  GOODWIN  OLIVE GEORGINA,  HURSTVILLE
Marriage 27 Aug 1953 at Hurstville, New South Wales, Australia
Olive Georgina Goodwin

In the 1958 and 1963 Electoral Rolls of Hughes Caringbah at 10 Pacific Street:
William John Spalding, Labourer
Olive Georgina Spalding, Home duties

Death: NSW BDM 11093/1974  SPALDING  WILLIAM JOHN  JOHN  MARY

Death Notice: SPALDING William John Death notice 26JUL1974 Death  late of Miranda SYDNEY MORNING HERALD 27JUL1974

Burial Woronora - Surname: SPALDING Type: Ashes First Name: WILLIAM Other Names: JOHN Date of Death: 26/07/1974 Location GG ROSE GARDEN 4 0007

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Olive Georgina GOODWIN

New Zealand, Birth Index, 1840-1950
Olive Georgina Goodwin
Birth Date: 1909 Jul-Aug-Sep
Registration Place: Whangarei, Auckland, New Zealand
Folio Number: 3525

Marriage: 17380/1953 SPALDING WILLIAM GOODWIN OLIVE GEORGINA HURSTVILLE

In the 1958 Electoral Roll of Hughes Caringbah at 10 Pacific Street:
William John Spalding, Labourer
Olive Georgina Spalding, Home duties

Death: NSW BDM 37249/1966  SPALDING  OLIVE GEORGINA  58 YEARS  DIED CARINGBAH  SUTHERLAND

Australia Cemetery Index, 1808-2007
Burial Woronora - Surname: SPALDING
Age: 58
Type: Ashes
First Name: OLIVE Other Names: GEORGINA
Date of Death: 24/10/1966
Location GG ROSE GARDEN 4 0009

Australia and New Zealand, Find a Grave Index, 1800s-Current
Olive Spalding
Death Date: 24 Oct 1966
Cemetery: Woronora Memorial Park, Sutherland, Sutherland Shire, New South Wales, Australia

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145. Alexander McDonald SPALDING

Birth: NSW BDM 4421/1884  SPALDING  Alexander McD, Father-William, Mother-Ann, Registered at BALMAIN
"Born as sea 7 January 1884"
 
Arrived from Greenock to Sydney with his family on 16 February 1884 on board the Stirlingshire.  The Stirlingshire set sail on 1 December 1883.  The master of the ship was Scott Alexander. Alexander was on board the Ship "Stirlingshire" coming to Australia between Capetown and Australia.  According to family history, the baby Alexander McDonald Spalding was probably named after the ship's master.
   
As the last port of call before his birth was in the UK - Stephney.  That was taken as his official place of birth.  The entry records for the family note - Boy at sea 4 January 1884.

In the 1930 Electoral Roll for Martin, Gladesville, living at 63 Tennyson Road was
Alexander Spalding, fireman,
Agnes Jessie Spalding, home duties, and
Alexander Robert Spalding, rubber worker.

In the 1934 Electoral Roll for Martin, Gladesville, living at 63 Tennyson Road was
Alexander Spalding, fireman,
Agnes Jessie Spalding, home duties,
Alexander Robert Spalding, rubber worker
Ronald James Spalding, engineer, and
Gwendoline Maud Spalding as a tailoress.

In the 1936 Electoral Roll for Martin, Gladesville, living at 63 Tennyson Road was
Alexander Spalding, fireman,
Agnes Jessie Spalding, home duties,
Ronald James Spalding, engineer, and
Agnes Belgrave Spalding as a shop assistant.

He also lived at "Timaru" 53 Tennyson Rd, Gladesville, NSW.

Marriage: NSW BDM 911/1908  SPALDING  ALEXANDER,  MARTIN  AGNES J,  BALMAIN NORTH

Death: NSW BDM 12861/1961  SPALDING  ALEXANDER  WILLIAM  ANN  CHATSWOOD

Sydney Morning Herald
Friday 9 June 1961
DEATHS
SPALDING, Alexander - June 8,1961 at hospital late of 53 Tennyson Road
Gladesville, beloved husband of Agnes and dear father of Alex, Gwen, Ron, Bel
and Laurie, aged 77 years.
FUNERALS
SPALDING - The Friends of the late Mr Alexander SPALDING of Gladesville
are invited to attend his Funeral, Tins day (Friday) to Northern Suberbs
Crematorium.

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Agnes Jessie MARTIN

NSW BDM Birth 25640/1884  MARTIN  Agnes Jessie, Father-Robert, Mother-Ellen, Registered at MUDGEE

In the 1930 Electoral Roll for Martin, Gladesville, living at 63 Tennyson Road was Alexander Spalding, fireman, Agnes Jessie Spalding, home duties, and Alexander Robert Spalding, rubber worker.

In the 1936 Electoral Roll for Martin, Gladesville, living at 63 Tennyson Road was Alexander Spalding, fireman, Agnes Jessie Spalding, home duties, Ronald James Spalding, engineer, and Agnes Belgrave Spalding as a shop assistant.

In interview with Douglas Spalding in about 1970 Agnes Spalding (nee Martin) advised that her grandfather was William Martin who came to NSW on the boat before the Dunbar was wrecked.  He went to the gold mines in Nerigunda.  Her Grandmother was a nurse from Guys hospital in London.  Her mother (Ellen Burrell) worked in the kitchen of the Hotel in Nerigunda.  Her mother rode from Nerigunda to Moruya to be married.  Agnes was born in Mudgee in 1884.  Her father (Robert Martin) worked on the railway to Mudgee.  He got sick and they moved to Rozelle.  Her father ended up in Sydney Hospital.

According to Agnes, her husband Alexander's father, William Spalding came to Sydney and his brothers went to Canada.  Alex was born on the boat between Capetown and Australia.  The captains name was Alex.

Marriage: NSW BDM 911/1908  SPALDING  ALEXANDER  MARTIN  AGNES J  BALMAIN NORTH

Death: NSW BDM 13226/1976  SPALDING  AGNES JESSIE  ROBERT  ELLEN

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365. Alexander Robert SPALDING

Birth: NSW BDM: SPALDING ALEXANDER R 33067/1908 ALEXANDER M, AGNES J, BALMAIN SOUTH

In the 1930 Electoral Roll for Martin, Gladesville, living at 63 Tennyson Road was Alexander Spalding, fireman, Agnes Jessie Spalding, home duties, and Alexander Robert Spalding, rubber worker.

In the 1936 Electoral Roll for Victoria Balaclava, St Kilda West, at 24 Dalgety Street, lived Alexander Robert Spalding, a rubber worker.

Worked at Dunlop

Marriage: NSW BDM 2043/1938  SPALDING  ALEXANDER ROBERT,  DENNIS  PEARL DAISY,  RYDE

Burial Woronora - Surname: SPALDING Type: Ashes First Name: ALEXANDER Other Names: ROBERT Date of Death: 28/06/1993 INTERRED 13/08/1993 Location Wall Of Memories PANEL 32 - GG 0105

Member of Masonic lodge 579 from 12 May 1938 when he was aged 29.

Sydney Morning Herald
Tuesday 29 June 1993
DEATHS
SPALDING, Alexander Robert - June 28,1993, late of Kingsgrove, beloved
husband of Pearl (deceased) loving Father and Father-in-law of Marcia and
Raymond, Grandfather of Geoff and Christine, and loved by his Brothers and Sisters.
Aged 84 years.
FUNERALS
SPALDING - Woronora Crematorium, Wednesday (30 June).

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Pearl Daisy DENNIS

Marriage: NSW BDM 2043/1938  SPALDING  ALEXANDER ROBERT  DENNIS  PEARL DAISY  RYDE

Death Notice: SPALDING Pearl Daisy 15APR1989 Death 78  late of Kingsgrove Sydney Morning Herald 17APR1989

Burial Woronora - Surname: SPALDING Type: Ashes First Name: PEARL Other Names: DAISY Date of Death: 15/04/1989 Location Wall Of Memories PANEL 32 - GG 0104

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366. Gwendoline Maude SPALDING

Birth NSW BDM: SPALDING  GWENDOLINE M 1464/1911 ALEXANDER, AGNES J, BALMAIN SOUTH

In the 1934 Electoral Roll for Martin, Gladesville, living at 63 Tennyson Road was
Alexander Spalding, fireman,
Agnes Jessie Spalding, home duties,
Alexander Robert Spalding, rubber worker
Ronald James Spalding, engineer, and
Gwendoline Maud Spalding as a tailoress.

Marriage: NSW BDM 17193/1934  NELSON  FRANCIS E  SPALDING  GWENDOLINE M  RYDE

Sydney Moilling Herald - Tuesday 30 October 2007
Deaths and Funerals
NELSON, Gwendoline Maude (Gweny) - Formerly of Boronia, passed away peacefully October 27, 2007, aged 96. Loving wife of Frank Nelson, mother of Tom, Frank (deceased) and Gweneth.
Family and friends are warmly invited to attend GWEN'S funeral service to be held in the South Chapel. Northern Suburbs Crematorium. North Ryde on Thursday (November 1, 2007) commencing at 10am.

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Francis Ernest NELSON

Birth: NSW BDM 1909/41340 Ryde

Marriage: NSW BDM 17193/1934  NELSON  FRANCIS E  SPALDING  GWENDOLINE M  RYDE

Death Notice: NSW BDM NELSON,Frank Ernest 19DEC2002 93 Death late of Boronia Park 23DEC2002 SMH

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367. Ronald James SPALDING

Birth NSW BDM:SPALDING  RONALD J 15679/1913 ALEXANDER, AGNES J, BALMAIN SOUTH

In the 1936 Electoral Roll for Martin, Gladesville, living at 63 Tennyson Road was Alexander Spalding, fireman, Agnes Jessie Spalding, home duties, Ronald James Spalding, engineer, and Agnes Belgrave Spalding as a shop assistant.

Lived at Tuross.

Marriage: NSW BDM 18009/1939  SPALDING  RONALD JAMES  TRASE  JEAN  MANLY

Death Notice: SPALDING Ronald James, died 11 MAR 1985, late of Tuross Head, Sydney Morning Herald 14 MAR 1985  

Probate notice: SPALDING Ronald James 03APR1985 Publication  late of Tuross Head Moruya Examiner 03APR1985

Member of the Masonic lodge No. 532 from Nov 1943 when he was 30.

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Jean TRASS

Birth NSW BDM: TRASS  JEAN 51680/1915 SAMUEL, EMILY M, RYDE

Marriage: NSW BDM 18009/1939  SPALDING  RONALD JAMES  TRASE  JEAN  MANLY

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146. Ellen SPALDING

Ellen goes by the name Ellen, Helen and Nellie

Birth: NSW BDM 4044/1886  SPALDING  Ellen, Father-William, Mother-Ann, Registered at BALMAIN

Marriage: NSW BDM 3807/1907  NASH  ALFRED E  SPALDING  HELEN  BALMAIN SOUTH

In the 1930 and 1935 NSW Electoral Roll for Warringah, Narrabeen at Hay St and Pittwater Road, Collaroy, lived: Alfred Ernest Nash, engineer; Nellie Nash, home duties; and Helen Nash, also doing home duties.

Death: NSW BDM 14465/1962  NASH  NELLIE  WILLIAM  ANN  CHATSWOOD

In the death notice for Nellie Nash of 8 May 1962 it refers to her being the mother of Helen (Mrs Morrison), Ann and Alfred, and mother-in-law of Arthur and Joan.  Arthur would be Arthur Morrison and Joan would be Alfred's wife of Joan Mary (nee Dowling).

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Alfred Ernest NASH

Birth: NSW BDM 4792/1884  NASH  Alfred E, Father-Henry, Mother-Eliza A, Registered at BALMAIN

Marriage: NSW BDM 3807/1907  NASH  ALFRED E  SPALDING  HELEN  BALMAIN SOUTH

In the 1913 Electoral Roll for Gladesville
At Western Crescent lived
Alfred Ernest Nash - engineer
Nellie Nash - domestic duties

Alf was  garage proprietor at Long Reef Beach.  He was described an engineer in the probate papers for Anne Spalding.

In the 1930 and 1935 NSW Electoral Roll for Warringah, Narrabeen at Hay St and Pittwater Road, Collaroy, lived: Alfred Ernest Nash, engineer; Nellie Nash, home duties; and Helen Nash, also doing home duties.

Death: NSW BDM 56319/1972  NASH  ALFRED ERNEST  HENRY  ELIZABETH  ST LEONARDS

Death Notice: NASH Alfred Ernest, Death 29JUL1972, aged 88,  late of Collaroy, Sydney Morning Herald 02AUG1972

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370. Helen NASH

Birth: NSW BDM 11677/1908  NASH  HELEN  ALFRED E  HELEN  BALMAIN SOUTH    

In the 1930, 1934, 1936 and 1937 NSW Electoral Roll for Warringah, Narrabeen at Hay St and Pittwater Road, Collaroy, lived: Alfred Ernest Nash, engineer; Nellie Nash, home duties; and Helen Nash, also doing home duties.

In the 1977 and 1980 Electoral Roll for Mackellar, Collaroy Plateau, NSW
46 Cumberland Ave, Collaroy Beach
Arthur Milton Morrison, accountant
Helen Morrison, Home duties

Marriage: NSW BDM 22381/1945  MORRISON  ARTHUR MILTON,  NASH  HELEN,  MANLY

Not listed as deceased in husband's death notice of 1989.

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Arthur Milton MORRISON

Birth: NSW BDM 24546/1903  MORRISON  ARTHUR M  ARTHUR J  BERTHA G  REDFERN

In the 1930 Electoral Roll for Lang, Sydenham at
27 Llewellyn Street
Arthur James Morrison, storeman
Bertha Caroline Morrison, Home duties
Arthur Milton Morrison, clerk

Marriage: NSW BDM 22381/1945  MORRISON  ARTHUR MILTON  NASH  HELEN  MANLY

In the 1977 and 1980 Electoral Roll for Mackellar, Collaroy Plateau, NSW
46 Cumberland Ave, Collaroy Beach
Arthur Milton Morrison, accountant
Helen Morrison, Home duties

Death Notice: MORRISON Arthur Milton, Death 04APR1989, late of Collaroy, Sydney Morning Herald 06APR1989

In death notice of 4 April 1989 of Collaroy for Arthur Milton Morrison
No children are mentioned.
Husband of Helen
Brother of Alma, Cec (deceased) and Bertha
Brother-in-law of Barry (deceased), Dulcie, Jack, Anne, Alfred, Joan (deceased)

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371. Annie NASH

Birth: NSW BDM 1414/1912  NASH  ANNIE  ALFRED E  HELEN  BALMAIN SOUTH    

In the 1934 Electoral Roll for Narrabeen at 2 Hay Street, Collaroy was living Annie Hash a teacher.  Her parents and sister Helen were living at Hay Street and Pittwater Road, Collaroy.

She was not living with her parents and older sister Helen in 1936 at Narrabeen.

In the 1958 Electoral Roll for Narrabeen at 2 Hay Street, Collaroy street, lived
Alfred Ernest Nash, engineer
Nellie Nash, home duties,
Annie Nash, a public servant

In the 1968 Electoral Roll for Narrabeen at 2 Hay Street, Collaroy street, lived
Alfred Ernest Nash, engineer
Annie Nash, a state public servant

Occupation: School teacher - Headmistress of Manly Girls High School

In the 1977 and 1980 Electoral Roll for Collaroy plateau, at 61 Cumberland Ave, Collaroy is living
Annie Nash, a public servant.

In the death notices of her mother in 1962, her father in 1972 and for her brother-in-law, Arthur Milton Morrison, in 1989 no husband is mentioned for Anne.

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372. Alfred Ernest NASH

Birth: NSW BDM 1917/2511 Ryde

Marriage: NSW BDM 16689/1956  NASH  ALFRED ERNEST  CHRISTIE  JOAN MARY  MANLY

In the 1958, 1968 Electoral Roll for Narrabeen, at 931 Pittwater road, lived
Alfred Ernest Nash, a garage proprietor
Joan Mary Nash, home duties.

In the 1977 and 1980 Electoral Roll for Collaroy Plateau at 931 Pittwater Road lived
Alfred Ernest Nash, a garage proprietor
Joan Mary Nash, home duties
Karyn Joan Nash, a nurse

Death Notice: NASH Alfred Ernest, Death 17OCT2013, aged 96,   Manly Daily 18OCT2013

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Joan Mary DOWLING

Marriage NSW BDM: 22158/1940 CHRISTIE RONALD MACARA DOWLING JOAN MARY MANLY

Sydney, Australia, Anglican Parish Registers, 1818-2011
Joan Mary Dowling
Gender Female
Marriage Age 17
Event Type Marriage
Birth Date abt 1923
Marriage Date 31 Aug 1940
Marriage Place Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Narrabeen St Faiths
Father Rowland Arthur Dowling
Mother Josephine Hilda Dowling
Spouse Ronald Macara Christie

Marriage: NSW BDM 16689/1956  NASH  ALFRED ERNEST  CHRISTIE  JOAN MARY  MANLY

In the 1977 and 1980 Electoral Roll for Collaroy Plateau at 931 Pittwater Road lived
Alfred ernest Nash, a garage proprieter
Joan Mary Nash, home duties
Karyn Joan Nash, a nurse

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147. Malcolm SPALDING

Birth: NSW BDM 3797/1889  SPALDING  MALCOLM  WILLIAM  ANN  BALMAIN

According to William Spalding's probate papers Malcolm was a crane driver.

Marriage: NSW BDM 826/1910  SPALDING  MALCOLM  LAMBERT  DAISY V  BALMAIN NORTH

Malcolm Spalding's World War I Service 1916-1918 Spr 16638 6th Field Coy Eng.

Malcolm Spalding applied to enlist in the Australian Imperial Force on 28 September 1916 when he was 26 years and 5 months old.  At that time he lived at 12 Prosper St Rozelle.  His occupation was then listed as a clerk.  He was 5ft 7inches tall, weighed 154 lbs had a medium complexion, blue eyes, and dark brown hair.  His religious denomination was Presbyterian.

He was accepted and joined the 6th field company of Engineers on 16 October 1916 with a service Number of 16638 and rank of Sapper.  He identified his birthplace as Balmain, his trade as a Foundry Hand apprenticed to T Hoskins Steel Founder at Pyrmont.  His wife was Daisy Spalding of 1 Padstow St Rozelle.

He left Sydney on board the "HMAT A67 Orsova" on 2 December 1916 arriving in Plymouth England on 17 February 1917.  He then marched out to the engineer's depot at Brightlingsea where he stayed until May 1917.  On 15 May he proceeded to France by Foltestone, Etaples and Roulles.  In December he became ill with scabies and had to be hospitalised.  On return to health he rejoined his unit in Belgium.

In the Sydney Morning Herald of Thursday 22 August 1918, Spr Malcolm Spalding, of Rozelle, was listed as having been gasssed.

He again needed to be hospitalised after being wounded in action in Belgium on 13 March 1918.  He recovered in about one month and returned to his unit in France. Again he was wounded, this time by gas on 23 July 1918.  Initially hospitalised in France he was then transferred back to a hospital in Reading, England.  Although his wife was advised in September that he was progressing favourably he never returned to the unit and after transfers to hospitals in Harefield and Weymouth he was eventually returned to Australia on board the "HMAT Bakara" departing on 22 December 1918.  He disembarked on 19 February 1919 and was discharged as medically unfit on 11 April 1919.

He was awarded the 1914/18 Star, the British War Medal and the Victory Medal.

In the 1930 Electoral Roll of Dalley, Balmain at 167 Rowntree Street, lived Malcolm Spalding, engine-driver and his wife Daisy Victoria Spalding, home duties.  In the 1936 Electoral Roll of Martin, Drummoyne at 181 Lyons Road, Drummoyne, lived Malcolm Spalding, salesman and his wife Daisy Victoria Spalding, home duties.

Death: NSW BDM 51582/1972  SPALDING  MALCOLM,  WILLIAM,  ANNE,  NEWTOWN

Death Notice: SPALDING Malcolm, Death 01MAY1972, late of Drummoyne, Sydney Morning Herald 04MAY1972

Member of Masonic lodge 169 from 25 May 1926 when he was 36 years old.

Find a Grave:
Malcolm Spalding
BIRTH Apr 1889 New South Wales, Australia
DEATH 1 May 1972 (aged 83) Drummoyne, Canada Bay City, New South Wales, Australia
BURIAL Northern Suburbs Memorial Gardens and Crematorium
North Ryde, Ryde City, New South Wales, Australia
Son of Ann & William Spalding. Husband of Daisy V. (nee Lambert) Spalding. Malcolm served with the 6th Field Company Engineers during World War 1, Service No. 16638.

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Daisy Victoria LAMBERT

Possible Birth: Daisy Victoria Lambert
Birth: Mar 1893
Londonderry Ireland

Marriage: NSW BDM 826/1910  SPALDING  MALCOLM  LAMBERT  DAISY V  BALMAIN NORTH

In the 1930 Electoral Roll of Dalley, Balmain at 167 Rowntree Street, lived Malcolm Spalding, engine-driver and his wife Daisy Victoria Spalding, home duties.  In the 1936 Electoral Roll of Martin, Drummoyne at 181 Lyons Road, Drummoyne, lived Malcolm Spalding, salesman and his wife Daisy Victoria Spalding, home duties.

Death: NSW BDM 14177/1982  SPALDING DAISY VICTORIA, WILLIAM, ELIZABETH

Death Notice: SPALDING Daisy Victoria Death 20JUN1982 Sydney Morning Herald 22JUN1982

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373. Lillian Elizabeth SPALDING

Birth: NSW BDM 2157/1914  SPALDING LILLIAN E, MALCOLM, DAISY V, BALMAIN SOUTH

1937 Electoral Roll Drummoyne
181 Lyons Road
Lillian Elizabeth Spalding, stenographer

1943 and 1949 Electoral Roll Drummoyne
181 Lyons Road
Daisy Victoria Spalding, home duties
Lillian Elizabeth Spalding, stenographer
Malcolm Spalding, salesman

Marriage: 1482/1949  LYON  CHARLES EGGLETON  SPALDING  LILIAN ELIZABETH  PADDINGTON

Lilian is living on her own in 1949 electoral roll and so the marriage did not seem to last.

1949, 1954, 1958, and 1963, Electoral Roll, Bellevue Hill
161 Victoria St
Lillian Elizabeth Lyon,  female

Death: NSW BDM 13068/1964  LYON  LILLIAN ELIZABETH,  MALCOLM, 49 YEARS  DAISY VICTORIA,  NEWTOWN

Death Notice: LYON Lilian Elizabeth Death 23SEP1963 late of Bellevue Hill Sydney Morning  Herald 01OCT1963

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Charles Eggleton Campbell Stewart LYON

Birth: NSW BDM 8593/1900  LYON  CHARLES E C S,  JOHN,  JANE,  WAVERLEY    

Marriage: 8858/1927  LYON  CHARLES E  COLWELL  VIDA E  WAVERLEY
          8858/1927  LYON  CHARLES E  MAXWELL  VIDA E C  WAVERLEY

Divorce: SMH Sat 16 Sep 1933
LYON V LYON.
Charles Eggleton Lyon v Vida Evelyn Lyon (formerly Colwell, known as Maxwell). Marriage, April, 1927, at Bondi, Church of England rites. Issue, adultery with one Leader, who was joined as corespondent. Decree nisi. Mr. E. L. Everett for petitioner.
(Before Mr. Justice Pike.)

SMH Sat 2 June 1934.  DECREES ABSOLUTE Charles Eggleton Lyon V Vida Evelyn Lyon.

1943 Electoral Roll, East Sydney, King
127 Philip st.
Charles Egleton Lyon, manufacturer

Marriage: 1482/1949  LYON  CHARLES EGGLETON,  SPALDING  LILIAN ELIZABETH, PADDINGTON

There are some who claim that Charles died on 8 Feb 1945, but that Charles was aged 76 and unlikely to be this Charles.

Possible Death Notice: LYON Charles Death 07OCT1980, aged 81 at Randwick, late of Bowral Sydney Morning Herald 10OCT1980
Lyon, Charles - October 7, 1980, at Randwick, late of Bowral, fond friend of the Lehane family, aged 81 years.
Buried: Eastern Suburbs Memorial Park, Matraville, Plot Enid Evans Walls, Wall B, Position 15

Possible Death NSW BDM: LYON  CHARLES
Registration number 24120/1980 DIED RANDWICK, aged 81

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148. Andrew Richard SPALDING

Birth: NSW BDM 5250/1892  SPALDING  ANDREW  WILLIAM  ANN  BALMAIN        

Andrew Richard Spalding went by the name Dick.

Andrew Spalding's World War I Service

Andrew Spalding applied to enlist in the Australian Imperial Force on 11 September 1916 when he was 24 years and 8 months old.  At that time he gave his address as c/- A.E. Nash Champion Road Tennyson Ryde.  His next of kin was initially listed as his brother William Spalding of 15 Merton St. Rozelle but this was later updated to his sister Nellie Nash of Champion Rd. Gladesville.  His occupation was a moulder having been apprenticed for 5 years to J Budge.  He was 5ft 4.5 inches tall, weighed 110 lbs had a medium complexion, blue eyes, and brown hair.  His religious denomination was Roman Catholic. He identified his birthplace as Dalley Sydney.  He was single.

He was accepted and joined the 4th Light Trench Mortar Battery on 9 October 1916 with a service Number of 1650 and rank of Private.  He then became a Bomber on 12 October 1916.  He left Sydney on board the HMAT "Benalla" on 9 November 1916 arriving in Davenport, England on 9 January 1917.  He then marched out to the Australian Detachment at Perham Douns.  On 6 February he was transferred from the 4th/1 - 5th Light Trench Mortar Battery to the 55th Battalion.  He marched to Hurdcropp on 22 March and on 9 April 1917 he marched to Weymouth.

It is not clear that Andrew saw any action but he became unfit for service.  It is understood that Andrew developed pneumonia on the ship to England and never properly recovered.

Andrew left Davenport on 4 May 1917 for Australia on board the HMAT "Miltiades"for change DAH.  He disembarked on 5 July 1917 and was discharged as medically unfit on 8 August 1917.  He was not awarded a pension, as he did not have an incapacity as a result of warlike operations.

He was awarded the 1914/15 Star, the British War Medal and the Victory Medal.

Marriage: NSW BDM 3975/1918  SPALDING  ANDREW  JOYCE  ELLEN A  BALMAIN SOUTH

Dick and Eileen remained on in the family home at Roseberry Street Balmain, after the death of William and Ann Spalding.

In the 1930, 1933, 1936 and 1943 Electoral Roll of Dalley, Balmain East, at 20 Rosebery Street, Balmain lived Andrew Spalding, moulder, and his wife Ellen Aileen Spalding, home duties.

Death: NSW BDM 15592/1947  SPALDING  ANDREW  WILLIAM  ANN  CONCORD
Burial: Field of Mars cemetery, NSW Catholic section C Row 7 plot 1653 aged 55 years.

Death Notice: SPALDING Andrew, Death 20SEP1947,at Yaralla Hospital, late of Balmain, Sydney Morning Herald 22SEP1947

Probate describes Andrew as a Rubber Worker of Balmain, date of death as 20 Sep 1947, grant of probate was 22 Jan 1948 value of 470 pounds.  Administrator was Malcolm Spalding.

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Ellen Aileen JOYCE

Birth: NSW BDM 32548/1897  JOYCE  EILEEN  JOHN  SUSANNA  LITHGOW    

Marriage: NSW BDM 3975/1918  SPALDING  ANDREW  JOYCE  ELLEN A  BALMAIN SOUTH

Dick and Eileen remained on in the family home at Roseberry Street Balmain, after the death of William and Ann Spalding.

In the 1930 and 1936 Electoral Roll of Dalley, Balmain East, at 20 Rosebery Street, Balmain lived Andrew Spalding, moulder, and Ellen Aileen Spalding, home duties.

Death: NDW BDM 18533/1976  SPALDING  ELLEN AILEEN  JOHN  SUSAN  
Burial: Field of Mars cemetery, NSW Catholic section C Row 7 plot 1653 aged 78.

Death Notice: SPALDING Ellen Aileen (Eileen) 24JUL1976 Death  formerly of Westmead and Balmain Sydney Morning Herald 26JUL1976

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150. Robert LANG

Birth SP: LANG ROBERT, M, 1873, 639/ 143, Dalziel
Birth Registration:
Parish of Dalziel Lanark, On 31 March 1873 at Windmillhill Motherwell, Robert Lang was born.  Father - Robert Lang, underground fireman, mother- Helen Lang m.s. Spalding who were married 3 July 1868 at Larkhall. Informant: Robert Lang, father.

Marriage SP: LANG ROBERT, MCINTOSH MARTHA, 1901, 629/ 7, Carluke
Marriage Registration:
Parish of Carluke Lanark. At Clyde Street Carluke on 1st February 1901, Robert Lang, coal miner, bachelor, aged 26 of Motherwell, father  - Robert Lang, coal miner, mother - Helen Lang m.s Spalding (deceased), married Martha McIntosh, domestic servant, spinster, aged 23 of Carluke, father  -David McIntosh, labourer, Mother  - Martha McIntosh m.s Tennant. Witnesses: George Dickson, Mary McIntosh

Death SP: LANG ROBERT, aged 94, 1967, 639/ 410, Dalziel
Death Registration:
District of Dalziel Lanark.  At Strathclyde Hospital Motherwell on 20th November 1967, Robert Lang, aged 94 years, coalminer (retired), widower of Martha McIntosh, died. Father - Robert Lang , coalminer (deceased), mother - Helen Lang m.s Spalding.  Informant: Maria Lang, daughter-in-law

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Martha Tennant MCINTOSH

Death SP: LANG MARTHA TENNANT, aged 72, 1949, 625/2 17, Holytown

Death Registration:
District of Holytown Lanark at Fullwood Farm Mossend on 30th January 1949 Martha Tennant Lang, married to Robert Lang Coal Merchant died aged 72.  Father - David McIntosh, coal miner (deceased), mother - Martha McIntosh m.s Tennant (deceased).  Informant Jean Lang, daughter (present).

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376. Martha Tennant LANG

Births SP : LANG MARTHA TENNANT, F, 1901, 639/ 1339, Dalziel

Deaths SP: LANG MARTHA TENNANT, aged 0, mother - MCINTOSH, 1902, 639/ 75, Dalziel

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378. Mary Steel LANG

UK Births: LANG MARY STEEL F 1904 639/ 230 Dalziel

Death SP: LANG MARY STEEL, aged 82, mother -  MCINTOSH, 1986, 623/ 577, Glasgow, Park Circus

No other death entry in a married name is listed.

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379. Robert LANG

UK Births: LANG ROBERT M 1907 639/ 933 Dalziel

Death SP: LANG ROBERT 86, Mother - MCINTOSH, 1993 566/ 386 Bellshill

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380. Martha McIntosh LANG

UK Births: LANG MARTHA MCINTOSH F 1909 639/ 671 Dalziel

Birth
25 APR 1909 at Dalzeil, Lanark, Scotland.
Merry Street Motherwell

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381. David McIntosh LANG

UK Births: LANG DAVID MCINTOSH, M, 1911, 639/ 631, Dalziel

Death SP: LANG DAVID MCINTOSH, aged 88, mother -  MCINTOSH, 1999, 566/ 522, Bellshill

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382. William McIntosh LANG

UK Births: LANG WILLIAM MCINTOSH, M, 1913, 639/ 323, Dalziel

Marriage SP: LANG WILLIAM MCINTOSH, ADAIR MARY ROY, 1952, 625/2 63, Holytown

Death SP: LANG WILLIAM MCINTOSH, aged 98, mother - MCINTOSH, 2012, 566/ 52, Bellshill

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Mary Roy ADAIR

Birth SP: ADAIR MARY ROY, F, 1924, 655/3 6, Shotts (Western District)

Death SP: ADAIR MARY ROY, aged 87, mother - SOMMERVILLE, 2011, 566/ 241, Bellshill
          LANG MARY ROY, aged 87, mother - SOMMERVILLE, 2011, 566/ 241, Bellshill

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383. Agnes Jack LANG

Birth SP: LANG AGNES JACK F 1915 625/2 156 Holytown

Marriage SP: LANG AGNES JACK LIVINGSTONE DAVID DICK 1940 625/2 132 Holytown

Death SP: LIVINGSTONE AGNES JACK, aged 95, mother - MCINTOSH, 2011, 601/ 67, Glasgow, Martha St
         LANG AGNES JACK, aged 95, mother - MCINTOSH, 2011, 601/ 67, Glasgow, Martha St

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David Dick LIVINGSTONE

Birth SP: LIVINGSTONE DAVID DICK M 1906 639/ 1407 Dalziel


Death SP: LIVINGSTONE DAVID DICK 80 DICK 1987 507/ 207 New Kilpatrick

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384. Jane McIntosh LANG

Birth SP: LANG JANE MCINTOSH, F, 1917, 625/2 235, Holytown

Mentioned as daughter Jean in the death registration of her mother in 1949.

Death SP: LANG JANE MCINTOSH, aged 71, mother - MCINTOSH, 1988, 570/ 651, Motherwell and Wishaw

No other death records in a different surname can be found.

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153. Mary Forsyth Neilson SPALDING

Birth: Scotland GRO  1898 SPALDING MARY FORSYTH NE F SPALDING HAMILTON LANARK 647/00 1117

Marriage: On the 4th April 1919 at 19 Howard Street, Glasgow by declaration in the presence of Thomas White Anderson, Clerk and Isabella Baxter Laird -  James Laird aged 24, a stone miner and bachelor of 53 Budhill Avenue, Glasgow  married Mary Spalding, aged 20, a spinster of 3 Campbell Street, Maryhill, Glasgow.  James' parents were listed as Robert Laird, Coalminer and Margaret Laird (m s Williamson) and Mary's parents were Andrew Spalding Colliery Overseer and Elizabeth Spalding (ms Wallace).

Death: Scotland GRO 1959 Mary Forsyth N Spalding, aged 60 (born 1899), died Bothwell,Lanarkshire

Death SP: LAIRD MARY FORSYTH N, aged 60, 1959, 625/1 23, Bothwell
      SPALDING MARY FORSYTH N, aged 60, 1959, 625/1 23, Bothwell

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James LAIRD

Fife, Scotland, School Admissions and Discharges, 1867-1916
James Laird
Birth Date: 19 Mar 1895
Admission Date: 1 Sep 1903
Father: Robert Laird of Glenburn Place.
Admission Place: Fife, Scotland
School: Foulford School

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385. Elizabeth LAIRD

Death SP: LAIRD ELIZABETH, aged 81, mother - SPALDING, 2000, 566/ 533, Bellshill

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386. Margaret LAIRD

Death SP: LAIRD MARGARET, aged 3, mother - SPALDING, 1924, 424/ 300, Dunfermline

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387. Robert LAIRD

Robert Laird was the informant on his Uncle William Spalding's death registration in 1958.

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156. Christina Jeanette SPALDING

Birth: QLD BDM 1901/C2124 Spalding Christina Jeanette, Peter, Jane Jamieson

Marriage: Christina Jeanette Spalding
Event date: 21/08/1923
Registration details: 1923/C/2050 Queensland
Spouse: Thomas Burns

In the 1925, 1930, 1934 and 1936 Electoral Rolls for Normanton, Kennedy, Queensland is listed:
Christina Janet Burns, home duties
Thomas Burns, mail contractor.

In the 1939 Electoral Roll for Normanton, Kennedy, Queensland is listed:
Christina Janet Burns, home duties
Thomas Burns, mail contractor
Given Turley Stewart Burns, labourer.

In the 1943 Electoral Roll for Normanton, Kennedy, Queensland is listed:
Christina Janet Burns, home duties
Thomas Burns, mail contractor
Given Turley Stewart Burns, labourer
Elizabeth Mary Burns, home duties.

In the 1954 Electoral Roll for Normanton, Leichhardt, Queensland is listed:
Christina Janet Burns, home duties
George Burns, stockman
Thomas Burns, grazier
Thomas William Burns, stockman

In the 1958 Electoral Roll for Normanton, Leichhardt, Queensland is listed:
Christina Janet Burns, home duties
George Burns, stockman
Thomas William Burns, stockman
Winifred Burns, Inverleigh Station, cook

1963, 1968 Normanton
Christina Janet Burns, home duties
George Burns, stockman
Thomas William Burns, stockman
Winifred Burns, home duties

Death: Christina Jeanette Burns
Event date: 19/01/1978
Registration details: 1978/C/383 Queensland
Mother: Jane Jamieson
Father/parent: Peter Spalding

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Thomas BURNS

Possible Birth QLD BDM: Thomas Burns
Event date: 25/05/1897
Event type: Birth registration
Registration details: 1897/C/2165
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Mother: Gertrude Agnes Woodhouse
Father/parent: Thomas John Burns

Marriage: Christina Jeanette Spalding
Event date: 21/08/1923
Registration details: 1923/C/2050 Queensland
Spouse: Thomas Burns

In the 1925, 1930, 1934 and 1936 Electoral Rolls for Normanton, Kennedy, Queensland is listed:
Christina Janet Burns, home duties
Thomas Burns, mail contractor.

In the 1939 Electoral Roll for Normanton, Kennedy, Queensland is listed:
Christina Janet Burns, home duties
Thomas Burns, mail contractor
Given Turley Stewart Burns, labourer.

In the 1943 Electoral Roll for Normanton, Kennedy, Queensland is listed:
Christina Janet Burns, home duties
Thomas Burns, mail contractor
Given Turley Stewart Burns, labourer
Elizabeth Mary Burns, home duties.

Thomas is in the 1954 electoral role but not that for 1958.
Possible death: QLD BDM 1956 C3255 Thomas Burns, father-Thomas John, mother-Gertrude Agnes Woodhouse

Possible Death QLD BDM: Thomas Burns
Event date: 26/06/1956
Event type: Death registration
Registration details: 1956/C/3255
Mother: Gertrude Agnes Woodhouse
Father/parent: Thomas John

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388. Thomas William BURNS

Australia, World War II Military Service Records, 1939-1945
Thomas William Burns
Birth Date: 26 Dec 1923
Birth Place: Normanton, Queensland
Year Range: 1939-1948
Enlistment Place: Normanton, Queensland
Service Number: Q230423
Next of Kin: Thomas Burns
Series Description: B884: Army Citizen Military Forces

Death: Thomas William Burns
Event date: 30/11/1982
Date of birth: 1923
Registration details: 1982/58414
Mother: Christina Janet Spalding
Father/parent: Thomas Burns

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389. George BURNS

In the 1954 Electoral Roll for Normanton, Leichhardt, Queensland is listed:
Christina Janet Burns, home duties
George Burns, stockman
Thomas Burns, grazier
Thomas William Burns, stockman

Death: George Burns
Event date: 19/05/1981
Date of birth: 1926
Registration details: 1981/53361 Queensland
Mother: Christina Janet Spalding
Father/parent: Thomas William Burns

Possible Probate Notice: BURNS George Probate notice 13JUN1981 Publication  late of Labrador, formerly of Southport  Gold Coast Bulletin 13JUN1981

Australia and New Zealand, Find A Grave Index, 1800s-Current
George Burns
Birth Date 22 Jul 1926
Birth Place Queensland, Australia
Death Date 19 May 1981
Death Place Queensland, Australia
Cemetery Normanton Cemetery
Burial or Cremation Place Normanton, Carpentaria Shire, Queensland, Australia
Father Thomas Burns
Mother Christinia Janet Burns

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390. Gertrude Jane BURNS

Electoral Role 1958 for Leichhardt, Normanton
Gertrude Jane Henry, Galbraith Station, Normanton, home duties
Mervyn Peter Henry, Galbraith Station, Normanton, grazier.

Not married in 1954 census.

Death: Gertrude Jane Henry
Event date: 16/12/1984
Date of birth: 1928
Registration details: 1985/50666 Queensland
Mother: Christina Janet Spalding
Father/parent: Thomas Burns

Cemetery Stone: In fond and loving memory of my beloved wife and our dear mother Gertrude Jane Henry passed away 16 December 1984 at Riverview, Aged 56 years, lovingly remembered by Mervyn, Peter, Ronnie and Roy.

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Mervyn Peter HENRY

Australia, World War II Military Service Records, 1939-1945
Mervyn Peter Henry
Birth Date: 1 Oct 1922
Birth Place: Georgetown, Queensland
Year Range: 1939-1948
Enlistment Place: Galbraith, Queensland
Service Number: Q230369
Next of Kin: W Henry
Series Description: B884: Army Citizen Military Forces

Service Australian Army
HENRY, MERVYN PETER
Date Of Birth: 1 Oct 1922
Place Of Birth GEORGETOWN, QLD
Date Of Enlistment 27 May 1942
Place Of Enlistment  GALBRAITH, QLD
Date Of Discharge 21 Oct 1945
Rank Private
Next Of Kin HENRY, W

In the electoral rolls until 1980 at Normanton, Queensland

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158. Jean Campbell SPALDING

Birth: QLD BDM 1905/C1994 Spalding Jean Campbell, Peter, Jane Jamieson

Marriage: Jean Campbell Spalding
Event date: 16/11/1925
Registration details: 1925/C/3152 Queensland
Spouse: Richard Norris

In the 1930, 1934, 1936, 1939 and 1943 Electoral Rolls for Normanton, Kennedy, Queensland is listed:
Jean Campbell Norris, home duties
Richard Norris, stockman

In the 1949 Electoral Rolls for Normanton, Leichhardt, Queensland is listed:
Jean Campbell Norris, Karumba, Normanton, home duties
Richard Norris, Karumba, Normanton, engineer
Eva Jane Norris, Central Hotel, Normanton, waitress

In the 1963 Electoral Rolls for Normanton, Leichhardt, Queensland is listed:
Jean Campbell Norris, Normanton, home duties
Richard Norris, Normanton, foreman
Richard Thomas Norris, Normanton, barman

Death: Jean Campbell Norris
Event date: 18/01/1963
Registration details: 1963/C/415 Queensland
Mother: Jane Jamieson
Father/parent: Peter Spalding

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Richard NORRIS

Birth QLD BDM: Richard Norris
Event date: 06/06/1904
Event type: Birth registration
Registration details: 1904/C/1657
Mother: Eva Noyes MacFarlane
Father/parent: Reuben John

In the 1930, 1934, 1936, 1939 and 1943 Electoral Rolls for Normanton, Kennedy, Queensland is listed:
Jean Campbell Norris, home duties
Richard Norris, stockman

Australian Military records
Richard Norris Birth Date 6 Jun 1904
Birth Place Ingham Queensland
Year range 1939 - 1948
Enlistment Place Normanton Queensland
Service Number Q230522
Next of Kin Jean Norris
Series Description B884: Army Citizen Military Forces

Death QLD BDM: Richard Norris
Event date: 29/10/1987
Event type: Death registration
Date of birth: 1904
Registration details: 1987/57749
Mother: Eva Noyes
Father/parent: Ruben Norris

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391. Eva Jane NORRIS

In the 1949 Electoral Rolls for Normanton, Leichhardt, Queensland is listed:
Jean Campbell Norris, Karumba, Normanton, home duties
Richard Norris, Karumba, Normanton, engineer
Eva Jane Norris, Central Hotel, Normanton, waitress

Find a Grave
Eva Jane Zahner
BIRTH 2 Apr 1926
DEATH 19 Mar 2002 (aged 75)
BURIAL Mareeba New Cemetery Mareeba, Mareeba Shire, Queensland, Australia
PLOT Section 2 Protestant, Row U, Plot 54

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Ernest Samuel ZAHNER

Find A Grave
Ernest Samuel Zahner
BIRTH 3 Aug 1924
DEATH 19 Jul 2006 (aged 81)
BURIAL Mareeba New Cemetery Mareeba, Mareeba Shire, Queensland, Australia
PLOT Section 2 Protestant, Row U, Plot 55

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392. Peter John NORRIS

Death: QLD BDM 1953/1713 Peter John Norris, Richard, Jean Spalding

Cairns Post - Friday 8 May 1953
Accident Victim Dies
Peter Norris (24), single, of Ravenshoe, who was injured in a motor car accident at Hot Springs on Tuesday, died early this morning in the Herberton hospital. His funeral will take place at Ravenshoe today. Our Herberton correspondent

Cairns Post - Tuesday 14 July 1953
MOTOR FATALITY
CORONER'S INQUEST
RAVENSHOE, July 10-At the Coroner's Court. Ravenshoe, on Thursday, July 9, before Mr. T. W. Eite, Coroner, an inquest was held into the manner and cause of death of Peter John Norris, who died in the Herberton District Hospital on May 6,1953 as the result of a motor accident.
Sergeant A. V. Cumming appeared to assist the Coroner, and Mr. J. J. Bell, of MacDonnell, Harris and Bell, watched the interests of Athol Charles Kidner.
The first witness called, Athol Charles Kidner, of Herbert-street, Ravenshoe, single (21), claimed privilege and asked that he answer no further questions. This request was granted by the coroner.
John Williams, single (22), stated that about 9.30 p.m. on May 4, he arrived at Mt. Garnet in a utility truck driven by Kidner, where he attended a dance. On arrival at Mt Garnet they visited Lucey's Hotel, where they had four small beers.
At about 2.30 a.m. on May 5 they left Mt. Garnet on their return to Ravenshoe, calling at Hot Springs, where they had two small beers. Leaving Hot Springs at 3.45 a.m., they drove on to the Wild River, where they saw a parked car driven by Colin Betts, and stopped and had a talk with him for about 20 minutes.
Witness was seated in the middle of the front seat, Kidner was driving and George Lawrence was on the outside of him. In the back of the utility were Barbara Tierney, Peter Norris, Bobby Locke and Betty Coghlan. The vehicle would be travelling at about 40 m.p.h.
When they reached a point about nine miles from Ravenshoe the vehicle started to skid and the truck overturned. Lawrence and himself got out of the vehicle and went up the road, where they saw the occupants, in the back of the truck lying on the ground. Locke was standing up, but Peter Norris and Babs Tierney seemed to be in a bad way.
As he got up the road the taxi driven by Betts arrived, and Neville Grigg drove his car into Ravenshoe, and reported the accident to the police and ambulance.
TAKEN TO HOSPITAL.
On the arrival of the Ravenshoe ambulance all the injured passengers in Kidner's utility were taken to Herberton Hospital, where he was admitted and treated for shock. He was kept under observation and discharged on May 6.
After seeing the utility he thought the accident was caused by a blowout. Both rear tyres were blown out.
Witness stated that be had driven a lot with Kidner in the past and always found him a good driver.
He had since learned of Norris' death as a result of injuries received in the accident, but knew of nothing suspicious in connection with the incident.
By Mr. Bell. I drive a car myself and have driven on that stretch of road where the accident happened many times. It is a good bitumen road. I would consider that 40 m.p.h. would be a safe and comfortable speed on that road. Kidner was quite sober and driving carefully.
George Edward Lawrence, Elizabeth Coghlan, Arthur Lindsay Locke and Percy Colin Betts coroborated the previous witness' testimony.
POLICE EVIDENCE.
Sergeant A. V. Cumming, in charge of the Ravenshoe police station, stated that at about 4.45 a.m. on May 5, Neville Grigg, of Ravenshoe, called at the police station with the Ravenshoe ambulance superintendent and informed him that a vehicle, had overturned on the Mt Garnet-Ravenshoe road about nine miles from Ravenshoe. Accompanied by Constable Bambling, he went with Grigg to the scene of the accident, where he saw Norris, Elizabeth Coghlan and Barbara Tierney lying on the roadway. Norris and Tierney were badly injured, Norris was unconscious, Tierney was semi-conscious. He had ascertained that a vehicle driven by Athol Charles Kidner had been returning from Mt. Garnet to Ravenshoe after a dance, that the vehicle had got out of control and overturned.
The road where the incident occurred is straight with, a slight incline and has a good bitumen surface. The weather was fine and conditions normal.
Sergeant Cumming then gave lengthy evidence of his investigations into the occurrence and detailed his findings. A rough plan of the locality was tendered and marked exhibit 1, left tyre, tube and rim tendered and marked exhibit 2, and right tyre exhibit 3. He had arrived at the conclusion that the damage caused to the tyre by its contact with a bolt before the incident was a major factor in the cause of the occurrence which caused the blow-out
"Kidner is the holder of a current licence and I consider him a safe and competent driver and the speed at which he was driving at the location of the accident was not excessive" he said.
From inquires made there are no suspicious circumstances surrounding the death of Peter Norris and that death was quite accidental.
The inquest was then adjurned to Atherton.

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393. Jean NORRIS

Mentioned in her brother Peter's death notice as sister Jean.

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394. Richard Thomas NORRIS

In the 1963 Electoral Rolls for Normanton, Leichhardt, Queensland is listed:
Jean Campbell Norris, Normanton, home duties
Richard Norris, Normanton, foreman
Richard Thomas Norris, Normanton, barman

Death: NSW BDM 18086/1982  NORRIS  RICHARD THOMAS  RICHARD  JEAN CAMPBELL

Death Notice: NORRIS Richard Thomas, Death 26JUL1982, aged 41,  late of Ashfield Sydney Morning Herald 29JUL1982

Sydney Morning Herald - 29 July 1982
DEATHS
NORRIS, Richard Thomas. - July 26, 1982 (suddenly), of John Street, Ashfield, dearly loved husband of Gloria, loved father of Glenn and Clint, beloved son of Richard and the late Jean Norris, and dear brother of Eva and Jean, aged 41 years.

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Gloria Delphine

Gloria and her husband are in the 1972 electoral roll of Grayndler, so married by then. Not in the 1968 roll.

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160. Christina Brown SPALDING

Birth: UK GRO 1892 SPALDING CHRISTINA BROWN, F, SPALDING Thomas, HULSTON Christina, LARKHALL, LANARK 638/01 0111
Birth Registration
District of Larkhall, Lanark
Christina Brown Spalding, born on 19th April 1892 at Drygate Street, Father Thomas Spalding, Coal miner, mother Christina Spalding m.s. Hulson, married 25 February 1892, Hamilton. Informant Christina Spalding, Mother.


There are two Christina Brown Spaldings this one and one born in 1898.  They were cousins.

Marriage: UK GRO 1914 MOONIE ALEXANDER CATHC SPALDING CHRISTINA BROWN LARKHALL LANARK 638/01 0066

Death: UK GRO 1918 Christina Brown Spalding F 26 Lesmahagow Lanark 649/01 0005
Death Registration
District of Lesmahagow, Lanark
Christina Brown Moonie, married to Alexander Cuthbert Moonie, Colliery overman, died on 8 January 1918 at 2 Garden Street, Coalcross, Lesmahagow.  She was aged 25. Father Thomas Spalding, Coalminer, mother Christina Spalding m.s. Hulston.  Informant: Alex C Moonie, Widower, present.

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Alexander Cathcart MOONIE

1901 Scotland Census
Alexander Moonie
Age: 7
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1894
Relationship: Son
Father's Name: Edward C Moonie
Mother's Name: Mary C Moonie
Gender: Male
Where born: Edinburgh
Registration Number: 639
Registration district: Dalziel
Civil parish: Dalziel
Town: Motherwell Lanarkshire
Address: Orbiston St (no 2) Glenclelland Pl
Occupation: Scholar
ED: 27 Household schedule number: 66
Household Members Age Relationship
Edward C Moonie 43 Head
Mary C Moonie 33 Wife
Alexander Moonie 7 Son
Edward C Moonie 5 Son
James C Moonie 3 Son

Marriage: UK GRO 1914 MOONIE ALEXANDER CATHC SPALDING CHRISTINA BROWN LARKHALL LANARK 638/01 0066

England & Wales, Civil Registration Death Index, 1916-2007
Alexander C Moonie
Death Age: 74
Birth Date: abt 1893
Registration Date: Apr 1967
Registration Quarter: Apr-May-Jun
Registration District: Durham South eastern Durham
Volume: 1a
Page: 555

Probate Index;
MOONIE Alexander Cathcart of 208 Kennedy Gardens
Billingham county Durham died 27 May 1967 at
Sedgefleld Hospital county Durham Probate Newcastle-
upon-Tyne 21 August to Midland Bank Executor and
Trustee Company Limited. Pounds 113,039.

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395. Dr William Cathcart MOONIE

Birth SP: MOONIE WILLIAM CATHCART M 1918 649/1 8 Lesmahagow

UK & Ireland Medical Directories
The Medical Directory 1942
MOONIE, William Cathcart, Donibristle, Lyndhurst
Drive, Low Fell, Gateshead, 9óM.B., B.S. Durh.
1941.

England & Wales, Civil Registration Marriage Index, 1916-2005
Willim C Moonie
Registration Date: Apr 1952
Registration Quarter: Apr-May-Jun
Registration District: Durham South Eastern Durham
Spouse: Jeanne A Brooks
Volume Number: 1a
Page Number: 1003

England and Wales, Death Index, 1989-2019
William Cathcart Moonie
Gender: Male
Age: 88
Birth Date: 8 Jan 1918
Last Residence: York, North Yorkshire, England
Postal Code District: Yo60
Death Date: 21 Sep 2006

England & Wales, Civil Registration Death Index, 1916-2007
William Cathcart Moonie
Death Age: 88
Birth Date: 8 Jan 1918
Registration Date: Sep 2006
Registration District: Nth Yorkshre North Yorkshire
Register Number: K10
District and Subdistrict: 650/1K
Entry Number: 219

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Jeanne Alexandra BROOKS

England & Wales, Civil Registration Birth Index, 1916-2007
Jeanne A Brooks
Registration Date: Oct 1923
Registration Quarter: Oct-Nov-Dec
Registration District: Guisborough Yorkshire North Riding
Mother's Maiden Name: Harle
Volume Number: 9d
Page Number: 804

England & Wales, Civil Registration Marriage Index, 1916-2005
Jeanne A Brooks
Registration Date: Apr 1952
Registration Quarter: Apr-May-Jun
Registration District: Durham South Eastern Durham
Spouse: Willim C Moonie
Volume Number: 1a
Page Number: 1003

England & Wales, Civil Registration Death Index, 1916-2007
Jeanne Alexandra Moonie
Death Age: 54
Birth Date: 1 Dec 1923
Registration Date: Jul 1978
Registration Quarter: Jul-Aug-Sep
Registration District: Cleveland Cleveland
Volume: 3
Page: 2258

UK and Ireland, Find a Grave Index, 1300s-Current
Jeanne Alexandra Moonie
Birth Date: 1 Dec 1923
Death Date: 1978
Cemetery: Saint Michael Churchyard
Burial or Cremation Place: Bishop Middleham, Durham Unitary Authority, County Durham, England
Father: Douglas Roy Brooks 1886-1983
Mother: Edith Anne Brooks 1889-1957

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162. Mary Neilson SPALDING

Birth: UK GRO 1896 SPALDING MARY NEILSON F SPALDING LARKHALL LANARK 638/01 0268

There are two Mary Neilson Spaldings who were cousins - this one and one born 1900.

Mary had an illigitmate child Alexander Jackson Spalding most likely the father was Robert Jackson who she married the next year.  Alexander Jackson Spalding was brought up as the child of Thomas Spalding and Christina who were the grandparents.

Marriage: UK GRO 1917 JACKSON ROBERT SPALDING MARY NELSON LARKHALL LANARK 638/01 0031
Marriage Registration
District of Larkhall, Lanark
On 30th April 1917 at Congregational Church manse - Larkhall, Robert Jackson, Coal Miner (Bombardier Royal Field Artillery), Widower, aged 31 of Netherburn (presently at Larkhall Camp, Salisbury ??? England, Father - Ceasar Jackson, Coal Miner (deceased), mother - Agnes Jackson m.s. Kelligham, married Mary Nelson Spalding, Domestic Servant, Spinster, aged 21 of 42 Closegate Street, Larkhall, Father - Thomas Spalding, Coal Miner, Mother - Christina Spalding m.s Hulston.  Witnesses: James Colquhore Bond, Effie Browning Johnstone.


The marriage obviously did not last and she took her maiden name again.

Mary N Spalding, aged 24, from Aron View, Xgates St. Larkhall Lanarkshire, domestic servant departed London, on the Morten Bay, on 6 December 1921 bound for Sydney Australia.  She appeared to be travelling with the Grieve family of Dundee.

Marriage: NSW BDM 7787/1923  DUFF  CECIL L,  SPALDING  MARY N,  KATOOMBA. Married 23 April 1923. Mary aged 26, a waitress, born in Larkhall Lanarkshire Scotland, living at Warialda St Katoomba. Her parents were Thomas Spalding, a miner and Christina Hulston.  Mary declared herself as a spinster. Celic Lewis Duff, a bachelor, aged 27, a telephone linesman, living at Lurline Street Katoomba. His parants were Lewis John Duff and Annie Butler. Witnesses Thomas William Franklin and Jessie Alma Duff.

In the 1930 Electoral Roll for Annandale NSW
Duff, Cecil Lewis, 60 Johnston Streeet, labourer
Duff, Mary Nelson, 60 Johnston Street, home duties

and as well as for Annandale South
Duff, Cecil Lewis, 103 Corunna road, labourer
Duff, Mary Nelson, 103 Corunna road, home duties

In the 1935 Electoral roll for Katoomba
Duff, Mary Nelson, Bathurst road, home duties
Duff, Grace, Bathurst road, home duties

In the 1936 Electoral Roll for Randwick North NSW
Duff, Cecil Lewis, 16 Carrington road, linesman
Duff, Mary Nelson, 16 Carrington road, home duties

In the 1943 Electoral Roll for Watson, Randwick East NSW
Duff, Cecil Lewis, 25 Dolphin St, linesman
Duff, Mary Nelson, 25 Dolphin St, home duties

Divorce papers Mary Nelson Duff - Cecil Lewis Duff
Date range: 01/08/1950 to 13/11/1951
Item Number Or Control Symbol: 2929/1950
Descriptive Note: Divorce papers Mary Nelson Duff - Cecil Lewis Duff

In the 1949, 1954 and 1958 Electoral Roll for Kingsford Smith, Randwick East NSW
Duff, Mary Nelson, 25 Dolphin St, home duties

Death: Mary Nelson Duff
Death Date: 15 Sep 1962
Death Place: South Australia
Registration Year: 1961-1963
Registration Place: South Australia
Page Number: 6209
Volume Number: 945

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Robert JACKSON

Marriage: UK GRO 1917 JACKSON ROBERT SPALDING MARY NELSON LARKHALL LANARK 638/01 0031

Robert Jackson enlisted in the Royal Field Artillery on 2nd August 1915. His service number was 97036. He was Acting Bombardier in unit 175 of the Brigade Ammunition Column. He served at the Battle of the Somme but suffered illness from gas, and returned eventually to the Larkhall Camp on Salisbury Plain.

It was whilst he was there that he got married to Mary Spalding on 30 April 1917. He was discharged from the army due to sickness on 12th December 1917. He was awarded the Silver War Badge.

Robert was later living with Elizabeth Yates as a married couple. Despite claims on the birth certificate of Robert Jackson b1920 and his sister that Robert Jackson and Elizabeth Yates were married in Edinburgh, there is no record of any marriage between them in Scotland or England.

He died in Bathgate on 13 October 1955 aged 72.

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396. Alexander Jackson SPALDING

Birth: Scotland 1916 SPALDING ALEXANDER JACKS M LARKHALL /LANARK 638/01 0022
Birth Registration:
District of Larkhall, Lanark
Alexander Jackson Spalding, Illegitimate,  was born 5 January 1916 at 42 Crossgate Street, Larkhall. Mother - Mary Nelson Spalding, house servant. Informant: Mary N Spalding, Mother.

Alexander Jackson Spalding was the illigitmate child of Mary Neilson Spalding (most likely to the Robert Jackson who she married the next year).  Alexander Jackson Spalding was brought up as the child of Thomas Spalding and Christina who were the grandparents.  Note that even his death registration has his grandparents as his parents.  It is possible that his siblings did not know.

Alexander migrated to Sydney with his Grandparents and family in 1924. See the notes for grandfather Thomas.

Service Record
Name SPALDING, ALEXANDER JACKSON  
Service Royal Australian Navy  
Service Number 21569  
Date of Birth 5 Jan 1916
Place of Birth LARKHALL, SCOTLAND  
Date of Enlistment 26 Jul 1937  
Locality on Enlistment Unknown  
Home Port/Port Division SYDNEY, NSW  
Next of Kin ILMA  
Date of Discharge 29 Jan 1946
Rank LDG SBA  
Posting at Discharge HMAS Kanimbla  
WW2 Honours and Gallantry None for display
Prisoner of War No

Member of Masonic lodge No. 279 from 10 July 1943 when he was 27

In the 1937 Electoral Roll, Annandale South, NSW is listed;
60 Myrtle St
Thomas senior Spalding - no occupation
Christina     Spalding - home duties
Thomas junior Spalding - joiner
Margaret      Spalding - saleswoman
Alexander     Spalding - labourer

In the 1949 Electoral Roll for Flinders, Dromana
Pearce St., Crib Point
Alexander Jackson Spalding, clerk
Ilma Spalding, home duties

In the 1954 Electoral Roll for Flinders, Frankston
17 Royle St, Franskton
Alexander Jackson Spalding, clerk
Ilma Spalding, home duties

In the 1963 Electoral Roll for Flinders, Frankston
19 Royle St, Franskton
Alexander Jackson Spalding, clerk
Ilma Spalding, home duties

In the 1968 Electoral Roll for Macquarie, Lawson
20 Vally Road, Wethworth Falls
Alexander Jackson Spalding
Ilma Spalding, home duties

Death: NSW BDM 40365/1970  SPALDING  ALEXANDER JACKSON  THOMAS  CHRISTINA NEWTOWN

Australia and New Zealand, Find a Grave Index, 1800s-Current
Alexander Jackson Spalding
Birth Date: 5 Jan 1916
Death Date: 8 Oct 1970
Cemetery: Northern Suburbs Memorial Gardens and Crematorium
Burial or Cremation Place: North Ryde, Ryde City, New South Wales, Australia

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Ilma

Mentioned as next of kin in Alexander's war service records.

In the 1949 Electoral Roll for Flinders, Dromana
Pearce St., Crib Point
Alexander Jackson Spalding, clerk
Ilma Spalding, home duties

In the 1963 Electoral Roll for Flinders, Frankston
19 Royle St, Franskton
Alexander Jackson Spalding, clerk
Ilma Spalding, home duties

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Cecil Lewis DUFF

Birth: NSW BDM 33257/1895  DUFF  CECIL J  LEWIS J  ANNIE  KATOOMBA  

Joined the AIF on 26 February 1916.  Sn 1704

Regimental number 1704
Occupation Machinist
Address Katoomba, New South Wales
Marital status Single
Age at embarkation 20
Next of kin Mother, Mrs Annie Duff, 'Alma', Lurline Street, Katoomba, New South Wales
Previous military service 41st Infantry
Enlistment date 20 January 1916
Date of enlistment from Nominal Roll 20 February 1916
Rank on enlistment Private
Unit name 45th Battalion, 2nd Reinforcement
AWM Embarkation Roll number 23/62/3
Embarkation details Unit embarked from Sydney, New South Wales, on board HMAT A40 Ceramic on 14 April 1916
Rank from Nominal Roll Private
Unit from Nominal Roll 13th Battalion
Fate Returned to Australia 4 July 1919

Divorced: 1 November 1951

Second marriage:  NSW BDM 28800/1951  DUFF  CECIL LEWIS  COOKE  MARJORIE GERTRUDE  BONDI

Death: Cecil Lewis Duff
Death Date: 13 Jan 1954
Death Place: South Australia
Registration Year: 1951-1955
Registration Place: South Australia
Page Number: 309
Volume Number: 806

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165. Jane SPALDING

Jane migrated to Sydney with her family in 1924. See the notes for father Thomas.

Jane/Jean lived on a tea plantation in New Samanbhag, T.E. Sylhet (Assam).

Mentioned as living aged 48 in her mother's death certificate. Not mentioned as living in her brother Peter's Death Notice in 1963.

Death: NSW BDM 28158/1959  HAZELBROOK  JEAN  THOMAS  CHRISTINA  SYDNEY    
Jean Hazelbrook of Randwick died 3 October 1959 aged 55, born Motherwell Scotland, father Thomas Spalding, mother Christina Hurlstone, married Maurice Alexander Hazelbrook in Ceylon when aged 21, children from marriage: Patricia 34, Maurice 33, Dorothy 27.

Death Notice: HAZELBROOK Jean, Death 03OCT1959 Death 55  late of Randwick, Sydney Morning Herald 05OCT1959

Australia and New Zealand, Find a Grave Index, 1800s-Current
Jean Hazelbrook
Death Date: 3 Oct 1959
Cemetery: Eastern Suburbs Memorial Park
Burial or Cremation Place: Matraville, Randwick City, New South Wales, Australia

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Maurice Alexander HAZELBROOK

1891 England Census
Name: Maurice Hasselbrock
Gender: Male
Age: 10/12
Relationship: Son
Birth Year: 1890
Father: Frederick Hasselbrock
Mother: Alice J Hasselbrock
Birth Place: IN, Calcutta
Civil parish: St Nicholas, Plumstead, London, England
Registration district: Woolwich
Sub registration district: Plumstead, East
Household Members   Age   Relationship
Frederick Hasselbrock 31 Head
Alice J Hasselbrock 27 Wife
Ida Dressler 58 Mother
Alice A Hasselbrock 7 Daughter
Eileen M Hasselbrock 5 Daughter
Frederick H Hasselbrock 4 Son
Louisa H Hasselbrock 2 Daughter
Maurice Hasselbrock 10/12 Son

Maurice Hazelbrook stayed in India on the tea plantation when his family came to Australia. He died there (of a heart attack before his wife Jean died) and the estate was handed over to the Indian government because he left no will.

Passenger Lists Leaving UK 1890-1960
MR M A Hazelbrook
Gender Male
Birth year 1891, Age 33
Occupation Planter
Departure 11 1 1924
Departure port London England
Destination port Colombo Sri Lanka (Ceylon)
Ship name Orcades
Shipping line Orient
Ship departure port LONDON
Ship destination port Australia

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397. Patricia Jean HAZELBROOK

Marriage: NSW BDM 13615/1944 HUDSON HERMAN PAUL, HAZELBROOK PATRICIA JEAN, WOOLLAHRA

Death: NSW BDM 5926/1976  HUDSON  PATRICIA JEAN, father - MAURICE ALEXANDA, mother - JEAN

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398. Maurice Alexander HAZELBROOK

British India Office Births & Baptisms
Maurice Alexander Hazelbrook
Birth year 1927
Place Sylhet Bengal
Father's last name Hazelbrook

Marriage: NSW BDM 17500/1956  HAZELBROOK  MAURICE ALEXANDER  SMITH  NORMA ROCKDALE

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