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  • deedub 8 Apr 2013 at 18:27
    BEARE, Charles Alston
    b. 28 Apr 1863
    Bungaree, SA
    d. 21 Jun 1935
    North Adelaide, SA
    m. HOWARD, Catherine
  • deedub 24 Nov 2014 at 11:32
    HACKNEY, Henrietta
    b. 13 Aug 1845
    Lincolnshire, England
    d. 26 May 1920
    Kingscote, Kangaroo Island, SA
    e. Burial
    Penneshaw Cemetery, Kangaroo Island, SA
    e. Immigration
    14 Jul 1853
    William Stuart
    m. BUICK, David W.
    11 May 1863
    Edgecombe (now Woodville), SA
    d. 08 Mar 1899

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BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS. BIRTHS. BAUM.— On the 6th May, at Wallaroo, Mrs. Christoff Baum, of three children— two daughters and one son (son stillborn). BEARE.— On the 28th April, at Bungaree, Clare, Mrs. W. L. Beare, of a son. BENNETT. — On the 2nd May, at the Wesleyan Parsonage, Clarendon, the wife of the Rev. Wm. M. Bennett, of a son. BOSCH.— On the 23rd April, at Teatree Gully, the wife of C. Bosch, Esq., M.D., of a daughter. BROOKMAN. — On the 4th May, at Margaret street, North Adelaide, Mrs. A. D. Brookman, of a daughter. CAVE.— On the 9th May, at Lefevre's Penin- sula, the wife of Mr. A. G. Cave, of a son, still-born. CLARK. — On the 27th April, at Hazelwood Cottage, Mrs. John Howard Clark, of a daughter. COGLIN. — On the 25th April, at Redruth, Kooringa, Mrs. W. F. Coglin, of a daughter. DAVIDSON. — On the 10th May, the wife of the Rev. William Davidson, of a son. DISHER.— On the 21st April, at Charleston, Mrs. Jas. W. Disher, of a daughter. DUDLEY. — On the 19th May, at Pirie-street, the wife of Mr. E. Dudley, of a son. EGERTON. — On the 12th May, at Mount Mascal, near Kapunda, the wife of Mr. Hugh A.

Egerton, of a daughter. FIELD.— On the 21st April, at Anama, Clare, the wife of the Rev. Thomas Field, M.A., chaplain of the Broughton Mission, of a daughter. HOSKING.— On the 9th May, Mrs. James Hosking, Tynte-street, North Adelaide, of a son. JACKMAN. — On the 2nd May, at Norwood, the wife of Mr. J. Jackman, of a son. JAFFREY. — On the 23rd April, at Unley, Mrs. John S. Jaffrey, of a son. JONES. — On the 30th April, at Unley, Mrs. T. R. Jones, of a daughter. KOHNCKE. — On the 26th April, at Hindley street, Mrs. F. T. Kohncke, of a daughter. KELLY. — On the 30th April, at Alma Plains, Mrs. Adam Kelly, of a daughter. LAWSON. — On the 9th May, at Ravelstone, Port Lincoln, the wife of George Lawson, Esq., surgeon, of a son. LEASON. — On the 13th May, at St. James's Farm, Reedbeds, Mrs. James Leason, of a daughter. LLOYD. — On the 29th April, at North Adelaide, Mrs. J. S. Lloyd, of a son. LUCY. — On the 9th May, at Hindley street, the wife of Mr. Ralph Everard Lucy, of a daughter. MADDERN. — On the 24th April, at Wright street, Mrs. John Maddern, jun., of a son. MATTHEW. — On the 18th May, the wife of Thomas Matthew, Waymouth-street, of a daughter. McDONALD.— On the 20th May, at Grenfell     street, the wife of Mr. George McDonald, of a daughter. McFARLANE.— On the 4th May, at Adelaide, Mrs. Allan McFarlane, jun., of a daughter.   McLEOD. — On the 18th May, at Gaskmore Park, Mrs. James McLeod, of a daughter.   MUMME.— On the 11th May, at Angas-street, Mrs. C. E. Mumme, of a daughter.   O'HALLORAN. — On the 27th April, at North Adelaide, the wife of T. O'Halloran , jun., Esq., of a daughter.   PEIRCE. — On the 20th May, at Unley, Mrs. W. Peirce, of a daughter. PETERSWALD. — On the 23rd April, at the Police Barracks, North-terrace, Mrs. Peterswald, of a son.   PETHICK. — On the 5th May, at Aldinga, Mrs. Abraham Pethick, of a daughter. RICHARDSON.— On the 24th April, at North Adelaide, Mrs. John Richardson, of a son. RISCHBIETH. — On the 2nd May, at Porch Cot- tage, Glenelg, the wife of Mr. Charles Rischbieth, of a daughter.               RUSSELL. — On the 18th May, at St. Paul's Parsonage, Adelaide, the wife of the Rev. A. R. Russell, of a daughter.   SALTER.— On the 11th May, at Baroota, Mrs. W. T. Salter, of a son.   SOLOMON.— On the 6th May, at Victoria Theatre, Mrs. A. J. Solomon, of a daughter. Both doing well.               SUNTER. — On the 20th May, at Strathalbyn, the wife of Mr. Edward Sunter, of a daughter.   TAPLEY. — On the 11th May, the wife of Mr. J. M. Tapley, of Tapley's Hill, of a son.       THOMSON. — On the 14th April, at Cournamont, Murray River, the wife of Robert Thomson, sheep-   farmer, of a daughter.           TURNER. — On the 29th April, at Nuriootpa, Mrs. W. Turner, of a son.     TURNER. — On the 30th April, at Norwood, Mrs. R. J. Turner, of a daughter.     WALD.— On the 12th May, at Port Adelaide, the wife of Mr. David Wald, of a son. WILLIMOTT. — On the 21st May, at Alberton, the wife of Mr. George Willimott, of a son. WILSON.— On the 7th May, at Kadina, the wife of the Rev. Wm. Wilson, of a son, stillborn.

WRIGHT.— On the 24th May, at Lefevre-terrace, North Adelaide, Mrs. Frederick Wright, of a son. YEATES. — On the 15th May, the wife of G. B. Yeates, Esq., of a daughter.     YEATES. — On the 21st May, at North Adelaide, the wife of John Yeates, Esq., of a daughter. MARRIAGES.   BALLINGALL—MORCOM.—On the 30th April, at Christchurch, Kapunda, by special licence, by the Rev. Thomas Sabine, George Ballingall, to Mary Morcom, both of Adelaide. BRUCE—GARDINER.—On the 1st May, at Port Adelaide, by the Rev. T. Smellie, John Low Bruce, to Elizabeth Gardiner, both late of Aber- deen, Scotland. BUICK—HACKNEY.—On the 11th May, by special licence, at the residence of the Rev. W. Hodge, Woodville, Mr. David Buick, Kangaroo Island, youngest son of James Buick, Esq., Arbroath, Scotland, to Henrietta Hackney, youngest daughter of William Hackney, Esq., Lincoln, England. BYWATERS—GOWER.—On the 9th May, at the residence of the bride's father, by the Rev. R. C. Flockart, James, son of Mr. William Bywaters,   near Hamilton, to Ellen, daughter of Mr. John Gower, of Yettie, near Williamstown. CAMPHUYNDER—AYLING.—On the 30th April, at Trinity Church, Riverton, by the Rev. J. B. Titherington, Mr. Wm. Henry Camphuynder, of Riverton, to Miss Elizabeth Ayling, of Walker-   ville. DONALDSON—ANDERSON.—On the 14th   May, by special licence, at the Lodge, Morphett Vale, by the Rev. James Benney, George, second son of Mr. George Donaldson, of North Adelaide, gentleman, to Rosina, eldest daughter of the late Alexander Anderson, Esq. FYFE—MORTIMER.—On the 4th May, at Trinity Church, by the Very Rev. Dean Farrell, Mr. James Fyfe, farmer, River Light, to Mary, second daughter of Mr. Richard Mortimer, Wil- lunga. GIBSON—BOWES.—On the 23rd April, at St. George's Church, Gawler, by the Rev. Canon Coombs, John George, eldest surviving son of the late Mr. Peter Gibson, of Her Majesty's Royal Engineers, and grandson of the late Lieutenant Adjutant Gibson, of Her Majesty's Manx Fen- cibles, to Agnes, only daughter of the late Mr. John Bowes, of View Park, Smithfield. GOODMAN—SAMPSON. —On the 23rd April, by licence, at the residence of the bride's father, by the Rev. M. C. Wilson, William, eldest son of Mr. Nicholas Goodman, Cusgarne Farm, near Salisbury, to Mary, eldest daughter of Mr. John   Sampson, Precolumb Farm, Onetree Hill. HACKETT—CURNOW. —On the 14th May, at St. Bartholomew's Church, Norwood, by the Rev. D. J. H. Ibbetson, Mr. W. Hackett, of Rundle- street, to Emmeline, youngest daughter of Mr. James Curnow, Grenfell-street, Adelaide. INGLIS—ABBOTT. —On the 11th May, at Mitcham, by the Rev. Jacob Abbott, Mr. John Inglis, of Kapunda, to Miss Priscilla Abbott, daughter of the late Mr. Thomas Abbott, Salis- bury. JAMES—SMITH. —On the 30th April, at St. John's Church, Mount Pleasant, by the Rev. J. A. Boake, B.A., Mr. Richard James, of Onkaparinga, to Miss Christina Emma Smith, of Blumberg. KING—BERJEW. —On the 8th April, at St. Paul's Church, Stanley, Circular Head, by the Rev. H. E. Drew, Mr. James George King, youngest son of the late John King, Esq., to Jane Catherine Robinson, eldest daughter of Mr. John Berjew, and granddaughter of the late Charles Berjew, Esq., Hermitage, Dorsetshire, England. LOWE—HORN.—On the 14th May, at St. Paul's, Adelaide, by the Rev. Canon Russell, Charles Lowe, Esq., of Port Elliot, to Annette Elise Horn, daughter of the late Henry Horn, Esq.,   Mus. Bac., Clapham Rise, Surrey. MARTIN—MILNES. —On the 14th May, at the residence of the bride's father, Strathalbyn, by the Rev. H. T. Burgess, Mr. Richard Martin, to Miss Harriet Milnes, both of Strathalbyn. PLAYER—HALL. —On the 14th May, by licence, at the residence of the bride's father, by the Rev. John Hannay, Nicholas, eldest son of Nicholas Player, Esq., of Moorooroo House, near Angaston, to Mary Jane, eldest daughter of Mr. Thomas Hall, of Penrice. PONTON—HOOK. —On the 9th April, by   licence, by the Rev. Mr. Hillman, Bible Christian minister, Auburn, Mr. Thos. Ponton, of Auburn, to Miss Elizabeth Hook, second surviving daughter of Mr. James Hook, farmer, Auburn. RICHES—CORMIC.—On the 14th May, at     Lyndoch Valley, by the Rev. R. C. Flockart, Henry, son of Mr. Henry Riches, to Christina Ann Winchester Cormic, both of Lyndoch Valley. ROBERTS—MOCKRIDGE.—On the 30th April, at St. John's Church, by the Rev. D. J. H. Ibbetson, Joseph Roberts, builder, late of Wool- wich, Kent, England, to Miss Mary Anne Mock- ridge, third daughter of Mr. Benjamin Mockridge, late of Waymouth, England. ROSS— CLEMENTS.—On the 5th May, at   Christchurch, North Adelaide, by the Rev. Arch- deacon Woodcock, Francis A. Ross, of Port Lin- coln, to Mary, eldest daughter of Mr. George Clements, of North Adelaide. RUSSELL—CRAIGIE.—On the 16th May, by the Rev. C. W. Evan, Freeman-street, John, second son of Robert Russell, Guichen Bay, late of Glenelg, to Jane, second daughter of the late John and Margaret Craigie, River Murray. SCOTT—BROWN.—On the 14th May, by licence, at the residence of the bride's father, by the Rev. J. Warner, George Frederick, second son of Mr. George Scott, to Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Mr. Benjamin Brown, both of Sturt-street, Adelaide. SCOTT—EVANS.— On the 21st May, at Chal-   mers Free Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. John Gardner, George Scott, mariner, to Jane Evans, widow of the late Captain Richard Evans, of Queenstown. SHEARER—SHEARER.—On the 30th April, at the residence of Mr. Shearer, near Hamilton, by licence, by the Rev. William Gurr, Baptist minister, James Shearer, farmer, to Elizabeth Shearer, widow, both of same place. SKIPWORTH—ROWE. —On the 4th May, at Christchurch, North Adelaide, by the Very Rev. the Archdeacon Woodcock, George, seventh son of Augustus Frederick Skipworth, China Cottage, near Salisbury, to Emma, fourth daughter of John Rowe, Golden Grove. DEATHS. AIKMAN.—On the 12th May, at Hindmarsh, Mr. George Aikman, baker, late of Edinburgh, Scotland, aged 37 years. BARRETT.—On the 28th April, at Reeves   Plains, Mr. Henry Barrett, aged 54 years, deeply lamented by all who knew him. BASFORD.—On the 22nd February, at Meerut, Bengal, E.I., Alfred Vincent Basford, of H.M. 8th Hussars, brother to William and Henry Basford, of South Australia, and fifth son of William Basford, Esq., of Derby, England, aged 28 years. BEALE.—On the 29th April, at Hindmarsh, Mr. Thomas Beale, brother of Mr. Geo. Beale, tanner, of that place, aged 45. BENTLEY.— On the 16th May, at Kooringa, Louisa, the beloved wife of Mr. William Bentley, of consumption. BRISTOW.—On the 26th April, at his residence, Kangaroo Island, Mr. Robert Bristow, after five years' painful illness, aged 57 years. BROOKES.—On the 7th instant, at Beverley,   Port-road, Sarah, youngest daughter of Mr. James Brookes, aged 12 months.         BROOKS.—On the 20th March, at Myponga,   Hannah Brooks, wife of Thomas Brooks, farmer, aged 47 years, after a long and painful illness. She was very much respected, and her end was peace. BUNN.—On the 24th April, Mr. Francis Bunn, of Hindley-street, aged 62 years. CAMERON.— On the 10th May, at Glenelg, John, the infant son of Mr. John Cameron, of Yednalue, North, aged 10 weeks and five days. CAMP.— On the 15th May, at Cume Farm, near Riverton, Elizabeth Jane, infant daughter of John and Grace Camp, aged six months, after a severe illness.     CANT.—On the 4th May, at the Green Dragon, South-terrace, of disease of the liver, George Cant, aged 65 years. CHAPMAN.—On the 1st March, 1863, at St. Heller's, Jersey, Alicia Selina, the beloved wife of   John Chapman, Esq., late of Adelaide, South Aus- tralia, and formerly of Bloomfield, County of Tipperary, Ireland.     CLARK.—On the 3rd May, at Hazelwood Cot-   tage, in her 24th year, Lucy, the beloved wife of   John Howard Clark. CRAMPTON.— In January last, at Layerthorp, near York, Mr. Joseph Crampton, father to Mr. John Crampton, of Norwood, and Mrs. A. Taylor, of Lake Alexandria, aged 78 years. DONNEN.—On the 4th May, Nancy Gibson, relict of the late Anthony Donnen, formerly of Seaford, Ireland, aged 65 years. Her end was peace. FARMER.— On the 12th May, at her residence, Tynte-street, North Adelaide, Mrs. Penelope Farmer, aged 36 years.     GREGORY.— On the 7th May, at Melrose, Mount Remarkable, suddenly, Nathaniel Gregory, aged 41 years.         GREY.—On the 25th April, at Hindmarsh, Mrs. Elizabeth Grey, aged 79 years. HARDING.— On the 16th May, at his residence, Port Elliot, Thomas Willis Harding, blacksmith, aged 34 years. HART.— On the 4th May, at Sheaoak Log, the infant daughter of Mr. Joseph Hart, aged 18 days. HAWKER.—On the 25th April, af Mount   Torrens, Mr. James Hawker, aged 54 years, much respected by all who knew him.         HERBERT.—On the 15th May, at the residence of her son, Cambridge-street, North Adelaide, aged 74 years, Orpah, relict of Mr. Thomas Herbert builder, late of Enstone, Oxfordshire. She fell asleep in Jesus.   HILES.—On the 19th April, at Teetulpa (North East), Thomas, the beloved son of Benjamin and Elizabeth Hiles, aged 8 months and 6 days. HULL.—On the 3rd May, at Adelaide, Mr. Edward Henry Hull, eldest son of the Rev. Edward Hull, of Liverpool, aged 49.   KINNEAR.—On the 2nd May, at Adelaide, Mary Ann Kinnear, wife of Mr. William Kinnear, saddler, Gawler, aged 42 years. LETCHFORD.— On the 16th March, at Ham- mersmith, near London, after a long and painful illness, Fanny, wife of Mr. William Letchford, aged 32 years.     LINES.—On the 25th April, Harry Nixon, youngest son of Mr. Joseph Lines, Sheaoak Log, aged one year and one week.   LONGBOTTOM.—On the 4th April, at Park- side, of diphtheria, Isabella, the beloved daughter of the late Henry and Sarah Longbottom, late of Yorkshire, England, aged 10 years and seven   months. Her end was peace.   LOW —On the 21st April, at Ward-street, North Adelaide, Alexander Robert, youngest son of Mr. A. Low, aged one year.   LUCY.-On the 16th May, at her residence, Chancery-lane, Adelaide, of consumption, Mary, the beloved wife of C. J. Lucy, aged 35 years. MAY.— On the 2nd May, at the residence of her husband, Gouger-street, of inflammation of the lungs, Catherine, the beloved wife of Mr. Robert May, and eldest daughter of Mr. Denis O'Leary of Gouger-street, aged 25 years, regretted by a large circle of friends. May she rest in peace. MILLS.—On the 12th May, at her residence, Mill-street, Victoria-square, Adelaide, of typhoid fever, Mary Ann Lucy, the wife of Mr. Reuben Mills, aged 19 years.                 NICOLL.—On the 6th May, at Enfield, Eliza- beth, wife of Mr. Joseph Nicoll, aged 66 years.     POWELL.—On the 4th May, at Willunga, Har-   riette Frances, the wife of Harrison Powell, Esq., much and deservedly regretted.         RALPH.—On the 3rd May, at Moonta, Joseph, third son of Mr. William Ralph, aged 10 years. Interred at Moonta.   REHDER.—On the 29th April, at Glenelg, of teething, Albert Edward, only and beloved son of   William and Anne Rehder, of Tothill's Creek, aged   15 months.       SHANNON.—On the 12th May, at Solomon's-   place, Adelaide, Margaret and Mary, daughters of Michael and Johanna Shannon, of croup and bronchitis, aged four and a half and three years. SINNETT.— On the 10th May, at Kensington, after a single day's illness, Frances Ellen Mary, daughter of Frederick and Jane Sinnett, aged two years and one month. STOW.—On the 21st May, at Felixstow, Harold   Brodie, infant son of J. P. Stow, Esq.

TAYLOR.— On the 15th May, at O'Halloran Hill, of diphtheria, Agnes Cunningham, daughter of Robert and Jane Taylor, aged six years.   THOMAS.—On the 5th May, at Unley, Jessie Kate, daughter of Mr. R. G. Thomas, aged 12 months.   TOWLER.—On the 11th May, at Prospect Vil— lage, of croup, John William, only son of William Britain Towler, Chief Line Inspector of Telegraphs, aged five years. WARE.—On the 10th May, at Bridgewater   Hotel, Cox's Creek, of chronic bronchitis, William Charles, the beloved son of C. M. and H. Ware, aged nine years. WRIGHT.—On the 29th April, at Marryatville,   Frances Anne, second daughter of the late Robert Wright, Esq., aged 21 years. YOUNG.—On the 7th May, at O'Halloran Hill, of diphtheria, Emily Margaret, daughter of Thos. and Emily Mary Young, aged two years and 11 months.

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