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|Another Win To L. Robins in 15 Mile Race (Article), The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1931 - 1954), Monday 6 July 1936 page Article||2015-08-29 18:40||Fourteen faced the started for the is mile s
special trophy presented by Elliott Bros, in
event. The race was over three rounds of ?
Hotel, via Casipbelltown road, along the Gorge
road. Bells road, and Mootacute road, with
were:—H. Sandcrcodc scr.; E. Monfchouse. K.
Reid. R. g-". N. Monkbonse. R. Burton. 1
mm. 30 sec.; R. Robins, Grantham, Blight.
Eoran. 1 mm. 45 set: E. White. B. Walker.
2 mm. 15 sec.; J. Garreti. R. Kllfry. 2 nun
|Fourteen faced the started for the 15 miles
special trophy presented by Elliott Bros., in
event. The race was over three rounds of a
Hotel, via Campbelltown road, along the Gorge
road, Bells road, and Montacute road, with
were:—H. Sandcrcodc scr.; E. Monkhouse, K.
Reid, R. Kell, N. Monkhoue, R. Burton, 1
min. 30 sec.; R. Robins, Grantham Blight,
Horan, 1 min. 45 sec.; E. White, B. Walker,
2 min. 15 sec.; J. Garrett, R. Ellery, 2 min.
|Advertising (Advertising), The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931), Monday 21 January 1907 page Advertising||2015-08-24 14:48||"¡VPSS ALICIA BURDOJ.,"C Voc, T C L (pupil
.!". dfe Georgio) -Singing taught by ancient Ita*
lian method, Piano, and Theory, Resumes Dattes
January 2L Address Howell, Young, &, Co, and!
at Lincoln House, Islington._ 2122
|MISS ALICIA BURDON, C. Voc., T.C.L. (pupil
de Georgio). —Singing taught by ancient Ita-
lian method, Piano, and Theory, Resumes Duties
January 21, Address Howell, Young, &, Co, and
at Lincoln House, Islington.
|Family Notices (Family Notices), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Friday 30 September 1927 page Family Notices||2015-08-21 19:59||MAYHEW.—The Relatives and Friends of the late
NOON, in the church of England Cemetery. Rook-
|MAYHEW. —The Relatives and Friends of the late
NOON, in the church of England Cemetery, Rook-
|Family Notices (Family Notices), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Wednesday 10 February 1943 page Family Notices||2015-08-21 19:46||MAYHEW -The Funeral of the lete Arthur
Harold Mayhew will leave from the Met
ropolltan Fullers! Home Rallwav parade Bur
wood This Dav at 9 45 a m for the Church
of England Cemetery Rockwood Metrópoli
tan Burial and Crematlcn Socletv Railway
Parade Burwood UJ2178 9
|MAYHEW. —The Funeral of the late Arthur
Harold Mayhew will leave from the Met-
ropolitan Funeral Home, Railway Parade, Bur-
wood, This Day, at 9.45 a.m., for the Church
of England Cemetery, Rockwood Metropoli-
tan Burial and Cremation Society, Railway
Parade, Burwood. UJ2178-9.
|Family Notices (Family Notices), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Wednesday 10 February 1943 page Family Notices||2015-08-21 19:44||MAYHEW - February 9th, 1943 at Western
Suburbs Hospital Arthur Harold Mayhew
late of Hardy's Bay Woy Woy aged 61 years
MTJRPHY -February 1 at 345 Orrong Road
East St Kilda Melbourne Walter Francis
loved son of Joseph J and Mary Eva Murphs.
of l8 Greenwich Road Greenv l»h and dear
brother of Charles Adelle Darcy Lenore
Caslma and No-een RIP Interred Preston
Cemeterv February 4
|MAYHEW. —February 9th, 1943, at Western
Suburbs Hospital, Arthur Harold Mayhew,
late of Hardy's Bay, Woy Woy, aged 61 years.
MURPHY. —February 1, at 345 Orrong Road,
East St. Kilda, Melbourne, Walter Francis,
loved son of Joseph J. and Mary Eva Murphy,
of 18 Greenwich Road, Greenwich, and dear
brother of Charles, Adelle, Darc,y Lenore,
Casima, and Noreen. R.I.P. Interred Preston
Cemetery, February 4.
|Family Notices (Family Notices), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Monday 10 October 1938 page Family Notices||2015-08-21 19:28||MAYHEW - The relatives and friends of Mr
ARTHUR MAYHEW of Berrys Bay are invited
Lucy Christmas Mayhew to leave T.J.Andrews
Funeral Chapel 42 Walker Street North Sydney
THIS DAY at 1.45 for Catholic Cemetery Rookwood
Phones L_873 XB3033
AIOI GAI- -The Relatives and Friend- of ï'i and
T I A MDKFVVS A F D A
4> 14 Walk-r Street North Sydues
|MAYHEW. — The relatives and friends of Mr.
ARTHUR MAYHEW of Berry's Bay are invited
Lucy Christmas Mayhew, to leave T.J. Andrews
Funeral Chapel, 42 Walker Street, North Sydney,
THIS DAY, at 1.45, for Catholic Cemetery, Rook-
'Phones L2873, XB3033.
MORGAN- -The Relatives and Friend- of ï'i and
T. J. ANDREWS, A.F.D.A.
42-44 Walker Street, North Sydney.
|H.H. PRINCE ALFONSO DEL DRAGO. (Article), Sunday Times (Perth, WA : 1902 - 1954), Sunday 13 January 1924 page Article||2015-08-06 20:37||i H.H. PRINCE ALFONSO !
(t - DEL DRAGO.
A young Italian nobleman who j
is visiting Australia, and passed j
through Fremantle last week, j
, "Mussolini," »he says, "is a very j
'wonderful man." The Prince's j
mother was a sister of the late ,
~ Queen Charlotte of Spain. j
|H.H. PRINCE ALFONSO
A young Italian nobleman who
is visiting Australia, and passed
through Fremantle last week.
"Mussolini," he says, "is a very
wonderful man." The Prince's
mother was a sister of the late
Queen Charlotte of Spain.
|Family Notices (Family Notices), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Wednesday 20 December 1950 page Family Notices||2015-08-03 11:00||CARTER - IHNEN - Eva - December 19
1950 at her residence 46 Banks Road
Earlwood dearly beloved wife of Laur
Ross and Grandma of David, Lynette
and Jeanette aged 53 years.
|CARTER-IHNEN, Eva. —December 19,
1950, at her residence, 46 Banks Road,
Earlwood, dearly beloved wife of Laur-
Ross. and Grandma of David, Lynette,
and Jeanette, aged 53 years.
|Family Notices (Family Notices), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Wednesday 20 December 1950 page Family Notices||2015-08-03 10:58||CARTER - IHNEN - The Relatives and
Friends of Mr L P Carter - Ihnen,
of 46 Banks Road Earlwood, Mr and
Mrs D Lampert, Mr and Mrs A Dob-
bin and their Families and of Mr Ross
or his dearly beloved Wife, their dear
Funeral Home Railway Parade, Burwood
RAILWAY PDE BURWOOD UJ2178-9
CLERKE -The Relatives and Friends
|CARTER - IHNEN. — The Relatives and
Friends of Mr. L. P. Carter-Ihnen,
of 46 Banks Road, Earlwood, Mr. and
Mrs. D. Lampert, Mr. and Mrs. A. Dob-
bin and their Families, and of Mr. Ross
of his dearly beloved Wife, their dear
Funeral Home, Railway Parade, Burwood,
RAILWAY PDE, BURWOOD UJ2178-9
CLERKE. —The Relatives and Friends
|SECOND A.I.F. THIRD DETACHMENT. FROM CAIRNS DISTRICT. (Article), Cairns Post (Qld. : 1909 - 1954), Tuesday 21 November 1939 page Article||2015-08-02 13:12||1 also express an equally earnest hope
said the Mayor (Aid. W., A. Col-
third contingent of the Second A.LF.
and which' are prized by everybody
are in jeopardy-the response to the
adds nobility to manhood and* on
?effort for a victory which will secure
ent were: Lieutenant-CoL H. C Har-
jutant to the 51st^ Battalion; Mr. R.
John Arthur Brown, Charles Sher
liam Crowley, John Robert Croom.
Crummitt, Frederick Charles Cussells.
Alexander .Coulson, Victor Parnell
John James Harris,- Frederick Ed-'
ward Hughes, Cyril Hargreaves, En-j
Richard Henry Gadlow. Arnold Wash-
«John Murray, James Patrick John
Terence O'Connor, Gaude Arthur
rett, Victor Petersen, Jacob Pavul
Wallace Pearsall, Richard Pearl
Aloysius Sheehan, «John Joseph Stew-
art, George Ian Gordon Stuart, Rob-,
crt Francis Stafford, William Hol-
land Stuart ;
nard Tolputt, William Glenelg-Tat-
lock, Walter Turley, Cedr Thomas
Henry Dawson Vogler, George Ve-'
/Kenneth Warner, Francis Frederick
hael Wrighf Anthony Willoughby.
|I also express an equally earnest hope
said the Mayor (Ald. W. A. Col-
third contingent of the Second A.I.F.
and which are prized by everybody
are in jeopardy —the response to the
adds nobility to manhood and on
effort for a victory which will secure
ent were: Lieutenant-Col. H. C Har-
jutant to the 51st Battalion; Mr. R.
to the party.
John Arthur Brown, Charles Sher-
liam Crowley, John Robert Croom,
Crummitt, Frederick Charles Cussells,
Alexander Coulson, Victor Parnell
John James Harris, Frederick Ed-
ward Hughes, Cyril Hargreaves, En-
Richard Henry Gadlow, Arnold Wash-
John Murray, James Patrick John
Terence O'Connor, Claude Arthur
rett, Victor Petersen, Jacob Pavul-
Wallace Pearsall, Richard Pearl.
Aloysius Sheehan, John Joseph Stew-
art, George Ian Gordon Stuart, Rob-
ert Francis Stafford, William Hol-
nard Tolputt, William Glenelg Tat-
lock, Walter Turley, Cecil Thomas
Henry Dawson Vogler, George Ve-
Kenneth Warner, Francis Frederick
hael Wright, Anthony Willoughby.
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Arthur Bate Bean b. 14 Sep 1845 Thebarton SA, d. 1920 Parramatta NSW. He married Rosa Elizabeth Williams 7 Jun 1866 at Res Mrs Williams, Franklin Street, Adelaide SA. Rosa was daughter of William Williams and Maria Wickham, b. 18 Jan 1847 City Bridge Hotel, Adelaide SA, d. 10 Jun 1917 SA.
John Campbell Longstaff [later Sir] b. 10 Mar 1861 Clunes, Victoria married married Rosa Louisa (Topsy) Crocker on 20 Jul 1887 Powlett Street, East Melbourne, Victoria. Topsy was b. 8 Mar 1869 Adelaide, South Australia.
John Peter, aged 21, left England on 27 August 1864 as a cabin passenger on the "Yorkshire". The ship arrived in Melbourne on 23rd Nov 1864. He married Charlotte Bennett 20 Oct 1866 Punt Road Wesleyan Church Prahran Victoria.
Four of their children emigrated to South Australia. Mary (nee Rounsevell) and James Turner emigrated on "Eden" 1838, John and William Rounsevell & families emigrated on "The City of Adelaide" 1839, and Jane (nee Rounsevell) and Isaac Coad emigrated on "Cleveland"1839.
Robert Knowles arrived in South Australia 30 Nov 1853 on the barque Cotfield from Bristol with his father and siblings. On 6 Aug 1863 he married Maria Mensforth (nee Bailey) in Christ Church North Adelaide. Maria's first husband Thomas Rolfe Mensforth, died in the wreck of the Admella off Carpenter Rocks SA. She was the daughter of John Bailey and Mary Prangley
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