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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,509,854
2 NeilHamilton 3,078,648
3 noelwoodhouse 2,976,304
4 annmanley 2,242,672
5 John.F.Hall 2,204,409
...
55 TIMBER 524,466
56 Juniris 513,671
57 peter-macinnis 511,555
58 andrewhawthorneast 495,135
59 julyn 491,044
60 detali 482,469

495,135 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

June 2017 16,684
May 2017 11,944
April 2017 18,191
March 2017 16,862
February 2017 17,594
January 2017 3,696
December 2016 10,466
November 2016 21,088
October 2016 14,567
September 2016 18,603
August 2016 19,116
July 2016 15,074
June 2016 27,337
May 2016 23,160
April 2016 22,933
March 2016 23,011
February 2016 16,435
January 2016 19,114
December 2015 18,420
November 2015 8,965
October 2015 26,288
September 2015 22,752
August 2015 29,979
July 2015 22,445
June 2015 11,099
May 2015 6,432
April 2015 13,960
March 2015 7,196
February 2015 1,217
December 2014 257
April 2014 9,880
March 2014 370

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,509,823
2 NeilHamilton 3,078,648
3 noelwoodhouse 2,976,304
4 annmanley 2,242,602
5 John.F.Hall 2,204,404
...
55 TIMBER 524,466
56 Juniris 513,670
57 peter-macinnis 511,555
58 andrewhawthorneast 495,135
59 julyn 491,044
60 detali 482,469

495,135 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

June 2017 16,684
May 2017 11,944
April 2017 18,191
March 2017 16,862
February 2017 17,594
January 2017 3,696
December 2016 10,466
November 2016 21,088
October 2016 14,567
September 2016 18,603
August 2016 19,116
July 2016 15,074
June 2016 27,337
May 2016 23,160
April 2016 22,933
March 2016 23,011
February 2016 16,435
January 2016 19,114
December 2015 18,420
November 2015 8,965
October 2015 26,288
September 2015 22,752
August 2015 29,979
July 2015 22,445
June 2015 11,099
May 2015 6,432
April 2015 13,960
March 2015 7,196
February 2015 1,217
December 2014 257
April 2014 9,880
March 2014 370

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Family Notices (Family Notices), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Monday 16 November 1914 [Issue No.18,614] page 16 2017-06-23 19:58 Frionris-of tho liita Mm. 1X.I/.A
KJ COWAN, s-tfe of tho lata Walter Ci-wit,
(late if leungnwii). are rfspeotfnU.v tafitrd re
IgiJow her romaim- to tho plao© of intermmt. in
the Boyt 1161 Gwtcn', Tho fnnrral Mill lW«
he.r rpmnourc, 26 .Sepovubo-groro, Glenfcrrio. M'j-
MORBOW (Tuoriaj), 17th N&mffUa-. at 2S) n.'iv
SIEDE.— The Friends of IMr. ALFRED SI1J>K
COWAN.—The Friends of the late Mrs. ELIZA
COWAN, wife of the late Walter Cowan
(late of Yeungroon), are respectfully invited to
follow her remains to the place of interment in
the Box Hill Cemetery. The funeral will leave
her residence, 26 Sercombe-grove, Glenferrie, TO-
MORROW (Tuesday) 17th November, at 2.30 p.m.
SIEDE.— The Friends of IMr. ALFRED SI1J>K
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Monday 18 November 1918 [Issue No.19,860] page 12 2017-06-23 19:56 itititu is hereby further given that the said com- i
mny and tho mill John Pender Uutton will not J
?o lluhle lor die assets' so distributed, or any part X
-hervof, to any - person of whose claim it and hu -
Ovill not have had notice as aforesaid. ,
Dated this sixteenth day of November. 1018. ' ;
,^ir/,^,1?o:UGE 'J-'lfUNBU, CO1UI and COKlt. of ;
33!) d.Hins-ttrcct, Melbourne, Prootors for tha said ?
wmpany, and_John Ponder Hutton, y
pany and the said John Pender Hutton will not
be liable for the assets so distributed, or any part
thereof, to any person of whose claim it and he
shall not have had notice as aforesaid.
Dated this sixteenth day of November. 1918. ' ;
Sir GEORGE TUNRER, CORR and CORR, of
339 Collins-street, Melbourne, Proctors for the said
company, and John Pender Hutton.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Tuesday 30 July 1918 [Issue No.19,765] page 1 2017-06-23 19:53 DVVIDSON.— Oil this —Wi July, at the residence
of ha son-in-law, 'Kmoiiaugh,' 37 Ganiati-strcet,
Fmiucray, Elizabeth Davidson, relict of tho late
Mill Uaridson, of Cowcs, 1'billip Island, native of
Aiocl*. Uussshirc, Scotland, aged OH Jesus.
At rest,
KALCKK.— On Uio 29th July, at his residence,
1K1 suwell-street, Burnley, Frederick (Moss) FalcAc,
VAUIt.— On tho 29th July, at his residence, 118
rMlASEtt— At Kynoton, Mrs. Jano Praner, ^fo
of the late Hunou Frascr. mother of Annie, Mrs.
JA.MES.— On the 28Ul July, at the Alfred ITos
pital. Charles lti-;hard, of GG Gipjia-stxect, Colling
nooii, beloved eldest son of Mrs. W. Greeuoiigh,
' LEACH (nee Doliie).— On Uie )lth July, Kate,
I,L0Yn.-0n tl'c £01h July, at his rosldcnco,
MAKKS.— On the 2(!th July, at Mellwnrnc, 1-ouia,
awl GO '/ears. At rest.
M'GllKGOn.— On the 2nth July, at his residence,
MXBSNAN.— On tho 2Sth .Tnly, at 'Amndel.'
MMAHO.N'.— On tho 22nd July, at privuti! hos
pital. Filzn.y, Thomas, tho belnved husband of Lily I
H'PIIKIISON.— Ou Uio 2!)lh July, at tho Mel
MKTCALF.— On tho 28th July, at her residence,
11EAI).— On tho 2S)th July, at 'Metros*,' War
IIOOGIIS.— On the Liith July, at Ringwond,
i lovirs father of Herbert and Olive Scott, aged 5'J
i VINCENT.— On the 2Sth July, Robert Vincent.
! WA0STAFF.— On the 2!)th July, at tho residence
WAPGM.— On the. 28th Jnly. at N'orth Mel
WUJJAMS.— Par**! away at his residenco.
1 WILLIAMSON.— On Uio 28th July, at her
Oladys Ja,,,,. uie dearly beloved daughter of Mr
»»,«'. W. Williamnon. and much lived sister oi
DAVIDSON.— On the 28th July, at the residence
of her son-in-law, 'Rosehaugh,' 37 Gamon-street,
Footscray, Elizabeth Davidson, relict of the late
John Davidson, of Cowes, Phillip Island, native of
Avoch, Rossshire, Scotland, aged 68 years.
At rest.
FALCKE.— On Uio 29th July, at his residence,
1K1 suwell-street, Burnley, Frederick (Moss) Falcke,
FARR.— On tho 29th July, at his residence, 118
FRASER.— At Kyneton, Mrs. Jano Praner, ^fo
of the late Simon Frascr. mother of Annie, Mrs.
JAMES.— On the 28th July, at the Alfred Hos-
pital. Charles lti-;hard, of 66 Gipps-street, Colling
wood, beloved eldest son of Mrs. W. Greenough,
LEACH (nee Doliie).— On Uie )lth July, Kate,
LLOYD.-0n tl'c £01h July, at his rosldcnco,
MARKS.— On the 2(!th July, at Mellwnrnc, 1-ouia,
aged 66 years. At rest.
M'GREGOR.— On the 2nth July, at his residence,
M'LENNAN.— On tho 2Sth .Tnly, at 'Amndel.'
M'MAHON.— On tho 22nd July, at privuti! hos
pital. Fitzroy, Thomas, the beloved husband of Lily I
M'PHERSON.— Ou Uio 2!)lh July, at tho Mel
METCALF.— On tho 28th July, at her residence,
READ.— On tho 2S)th July, at 'Metros*,' War
ROGERS.— On the Liith July, at Ringwond,
lovirs father of Herbert and Olive Scott, aged 5'J
VINCENT.— On the 2Sth July, Robert Vincent.
WAGSTAFF.— On the 2!)th July, at tho residence
WAUGH.— On the. 28th Jnly. at N'orth Mel
WILLIAMS.— Par**! away at his residenco.
WILLIAMSON.— On Uio 28th July, at her
Gladys Jane, the dearly beloved daughter of Mr
and Mrs. W. Williamson. and much lived sister of
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Thursday 4 May 1916 [Issue No.19,069] page 12 2017-06-23 19:48 \'\rAKBHAM.— Tim Fricmb of tlio Inta Mr.
V- jiiltN WAKEIIA.M am re jvctfnily invitol to
foll'iw bi? remains to the nlaeo of intrmiont, tlw
Mrllirimo lier.o-iil (-mi.tiTy. Tho funeral Mill
lnne his n-sldi-urn 'liinffloti.' Fjnton-r.--ad, Oal
?lolKli, THIS DAY rrhursdiiy), 1th Mav. at ! .
o'cluck, arriving ceincttn: K=Ua about .1.15.
WAKEHAM.— The Friends of the late Mr.
JOHN WAKEHAM are respectfully invited to
follow his remains to the place of interment, the
Melbourne General Cemetery. The funeral will
leave his residence, "Langton," Euston-road, Oak-
leigh, THIS DAY (Thursday), 4th May, at 2
o'clock, arriving cemetery gates about 3.15.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Wednesday 29 May 1912 [Issue No.17846] page 1 2017-06-23 19:47 «foA3w aA"Ftac ?.fn."r d.('",Cr»m,mnthrr.
slay. ijio. llw- Fantoa illll, on tho Mill
Ton art not foigotten, grandma dear,
i. i V ".i11 thou ht; '
1 v,. , and mcvuory lasts
will rcmomlr thai;
BATTALIA.—In memory of our dear grandmother,
who died at "Pine View," Panton Hill, on the 29th
Tou art not forgotten, grandma dear
Or ever wilt thou be;
As long as life and memory lasts
We will remember thee.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Tuesday 22 July 1919 [Issue No.20,067] page 10 2017-06-23 19:45 FULIaEIL. — Fricmls of tho lato Conioral WR-
LIA.Vt ROBERT I'TJliLBR (lato A.U\) ara
rospectfulJ/ infurmeti tiiat bis remaiiLs wilj to id-
terreii in iho Goburg Cemetery. Tho fimeral leaves
29 HarjMr-idroot, Wist garth. THIS DAY iTtoscLiyi
LAG.ItT.''J.'Tr7'ho Friends of Mr. TII03. K.
1m\.NGL1vi aro respectfully invited to follow
Uio remains of liLs bdov«l wife. Ellcu IxMiiea, to
the placu of interment tho Clicltunliam Oanouar.
M'D'ONALX). — The. Friends of.Mr DO.NAlJi
M'DONALD ore rcsjicotiully invited to follow
lih remains to tlio place of interment, the t'oburs
Ccmctory- The funeral trill leave Lis resilience. 11
Abbotsford -5treot, North Melbourne, THIS BAI
MKEOWN.— The Frienila of t lis lato Mr. ED
WIN MARSHALL .M'KEOWN are infonnwl
O" FViendfl of Lto JA"MJSZ I
O CONNOR (Ltc of A.I.F.) aro rospcctfullj I
FLXTON. — Iho Frl etuis of the lite Mra MAH- I
CARET PAXTt>N iuo ivsi».n;.fiilly UiiUd I
U> follow her remains to tlie pl.scv i»! mternwat, I
tlio Coburg Ucnod Cemttoty. Tim funeral u a;>- I
IHKiited te> loiLvo her rcaiidence, 262 Ihiruis-smxt I
South Mulbounm, THIS DAY (Ihesdaj'), 22ud iust, I
at 2 o'clock. . , I
T. RENTLiB, Undertaker Purk-etroet, South Mri- I
PKNTLAND. — Tho Frirads of tin late Mrs. SB- I
Tho funoral Mill leave 'tlie residence of )iis Izutoi., i
South Yarra Club Hotel, Toorak and l uni irJ73; I
South Yarra. THIS (Th today) MDRMNU. ae I
22nd im.t., at half-part 10 o'clock. , I
Uifir club mate Mr. WIJXIAM , 7 7 ,-i/b I
which leaves his rcsidenre, tlie ?>outh lftrei y I
Hotel, Tuorak-rond. South Yarra, at lO.ou »"» I
rnis DAY for tho Kcw Cemetery. I
SMITH.— Tho Friends of the laic Mr. tUU'ltM I
SMITH aiv rcsicctinllj' inritc:l to foliow w I
roiraina to the phuro cf intenm-nt, the 1la»«J I
CeirtSer:.. The funeral will Live bj» I
xtiilv ntaLuin, ll.\re>»urt, THIS DAY (Turtiby)' I
at 4.15 p.in. I
\ nLLIS.— ThV I-TiiTOlH of tho late Mr. Wit, I
V t LIAM GEQRGK WILLIS aro 'V'FvinV » I
ritwl to follow liia remains to tho pli<w I
Slut, tha Cohunr Candors-. _Tho funeral wt« g I
tl o rericlanoc of his inotlitir. !.:!' iX I
I'.nms'tick, THIS DAY (Tumlny), 2Snd Jnhr. "
11 JOHN 'alUSON, Funeral Dirtrtor Ml SranT- I
WILSON. — Tho Friends of the late I
ALEXANDER WILSON are »»P«tiuliJ '» I
vllod to follow his remains t a the P'ac® f I
ment, in tlie Coburg Cemetery. 2?\'o CoW I
pointed to move from lus raldonce fjM I
ritro:t, Keaiaingtott, THIS DAY (lYicfida)), I
inst.. nt 3.15 o'clock. _ t kicv- I
T7O01TF.N.— Tho Friends of ; , I
\V WOO'lTKN are resimetfuliy Inrtiol I
the remains of Ills dearly lored An" I
to tlie placu of interment,, in the I
Ccmcteiy. Tlie funteral m appointed ' » I
his nstdence. No. .Jw Cannuic-stft. t, o'cioci I
tlm, "1T11S DAY (Tuesday). £2nd m«.. at - »«" I
l'/iIBD ALLISON. Funeral Director, "ai I
West Moibocrna. _
FULLER. — Fricmls of tho lato Corporal WIL-
LIAM ROBERT FULLER (lato A.U\) are
respectfully informed that his remains will be in-
terred in the Coburg Cemetery. The funeral leaves
29 Harper-street, Westgarth. THIS DAY iTtoscLiyi
LANGLEY.—The Friends of Mr. THOS. E.
LANGLEY are respectfully invited to follow
the remains of his beloved wife, Ellen Louisa, to
the place of interment, the Cheltenham Cemetery.
M'DONALD. — The. Friends of Mr. DONAND
M'DONALD are respectfully invited to follow
his remains to the place of interment, the Coburg
Cemetery. The funeral will leave his residence. 11
Abbotsford-street, North Melbourne, THIS BAI
M'KEOWN.— The Friends of the late Mr. ED-
WIN MARSHALL M'KEOWN are informed
O'CONNOR.—The Friends of late JAMES A.
O'CONNOR (late of A.I.F.) are respectfully
PAXTON. — The Friends of the late Mrs. MAR-
GARET PAXTON are respectfully invited
to follow her remains to the place of interment,
the Coburg General Cemetery. The funeral is ap-
pointed to leave her residence, 262 Dorcas-street,
South Melbourne, THIS DAY (Tuesday), 22nd inst.,
at 2 o'clock.
T. RENTLE, Undertaker Purk-etroet, South Mri- I
PENTLAND. — Tho Frirads of tin late Mrs. SB- I
The funeral will leave the residence of his brother,
South Yarra Club Hotel, Toorak and Punt roads,
South Yarra. THIS (Tuesday) MORNING, the
22nd inst., at half-past 10 o'clock.
their club mate, Mr. WILLIAM RADOVICK.
which leaves his residence, the South Yarra Club
Hotel, Toorak-road. South Yarra, at 10.30 a.m.
THIS DAY for the Kew Cemetery.
SMITH.— The Friends of the late Mr. WILLIAM
SMITH are respectfully invited to follow his
remains to the place of interment, the Harcourt
Cemetery. The funeral will leave his residence,
railway station, Harcourt, THIS DAY (Tuesday),
at 4.15 p.m.
WILLIS.—The Friends of the late Mr. WIL-
LIAM GEORGE WILLIS are respectfully in-
vited to follow his remains to the place of inter-
ment, the Coburg Cemetery. The funeral will leave
the residence of his mother, 136 Tinning-street, West
Brunswick, THIS DAY (Tuesday), 22nd July, at
JOHN ALLISON, Funeral Director, 291 Sydney-
WILSON. — Tho Friends of the late Mr. PETER
ALEXANDER WILSON are respectfully in-
vited to follow his remains to the place of inter-
ment, in the Coburg Cemetery. The funeral is ap-
pointed to move from his residence, No. 54 Collett-
street, Kensington, THIS DAY (Tuesday), 22nd
inst., at 3.15 o'clock.
WOOTTEN.— The Friends of Mr. ARTHUR G.
WOOTTEN are respectfully invited to follow
the remains of his dearly loved son, John Andrew
to the place of interment, in the Melbourne General
Cemetery. The funeral is appointed to move from
his residence, No. 595 Canning-street, North Carl-
ton, THIS DAY (Tuesday), 22nd inst., at 2 o'clock
ALFRED ALLISON, Funeral Director. Head
office 221 Victoria-street, West Melbourne.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Thursday 5 June 1919 [Issue No.20,029] page 12 2017-06-23 19:33 CbA.™K'~Thli.I'iticn-1i of Mr' SAMUEL CLARK
''fnnni'd that tlio remain, a
UUI beloied youiigrat uon. IVrclval p Wj[l ba in
terred in tho Brighton Cemetery. Tho funeral Mill
-IT,1 tV,. h w„ residence, 13 Beedlpv-street, rnhran
THIS (rhutnlay) MORNING. 5th tost. at™(i
r.^V,„ i- BAYBOULD, Undertaker, Malvtro ind
1 ruiran. TqIh., Windsor, 17; '.Vial.. M27,
CLARK.—The Friends of Mr. SAMUEL CLARK
are respectfully informed that the remains of
his beloved youngest son, Percival E., will be in-
terred in the Brighton Cemetery. The funeral will
leave his residence, 13 Bendigo-street, Prahran,
THIS (Thursday) MORNING, 5th inst., at 10
A. J. RAYBOULD, Undertaker, Malvern and
Prahran. Tels. Windsor 17; Mal. 1427.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Tuesday 19 February 1918 [Issue No.19,628] page 1 2017-06-23 19:31 .VAJjIXXX.— Of j-our charity pray Cor tho ropo?o
of tho mill of fltov. P. J. Fadou. v-ho died at Mcn
Lono, ,l»Lh l-'ohnwry, 1017. It-I.P.
F1TZPATKICK. — In fond arid loving memory cf
my darling mcUui-, KlizatH'tli Fitzpatrick, who died,
at llelhiumo 10th February, 1010.
FALLON.— Of your charity pray for the repose
of the soul of Rev. P. J. Fallon, who died at Men-
tone, 18th February, 1917. R.I.P.
FITZPATRICK. — In fond and loving memory of
my darling mother, Elizabeth Fitzpatrick, who died,
at Melbourne, 19th February, 1915.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Thursday 14 February 1918 [Issue No.19,624] page 12 2017-06-23 19:29 HUGHES.— Tito Friends of Mr. and Mra. A g, «
FRED HUGHKS are rcspoct/ully inrked [fiul
foUott* tiie reinaiziir ol tiioir bcJoved only child. Aura iiiuj
Sydney, to the Rlaco ol interuient, Coburg Ccmcus
Tho funeral Mill leave the residence of lus imcaa ^
172 ilouut AJexaiider-rwI, I'mirigron, uc 2 P» 'T'
Talis d-AY (Tium^iay).
JOSEPH ALLISON, Uudcrtakcr, Lnvl-fito* ftlfti
North Melbourne. ? ? ? ? ?
JONES. — The Friends of Mr. and Mrs. AL6&K ??' '
HEN BY JONES are informal tiutt the taafi ^
of tlictr dourly belarod m-ii, LJoyd lAsuaoud, ww ® [Jjert
inteiTul iu llio Necropolis, Spruic I aR- illvS «
will i.ivm their rftiidenee. 'Lioiuoxv, Duiwoa--U«* rh».,
MMrtumbeona. *L*1US DAY* (Xhuradiy), lllh t jjf,
'a.0' J.^lLVYIiOULD, UndcPWkur, Malvern W ^
PrahraxL Tels. : Windsor 17, AlaL 1427. ? . ?
LK GASStCKL— 1 The FTiends of tiie late *^ l1'..,
FRED J. LB GASSiOK ore rvsjoHfuIIJ » gll
termed .titat Ids r cznaiwa wail be intorr^i in lb- f JJJ §».
txnuno Geiioial OoiU-.-teiy. lh«-' fuutral . ? B
hia -resWeuce, 'St. llollitre.' Hawthorn-rnad. Uj ;De
field, THIS DAY' (Tuiusday), 14te unit., ut h) «? *? ft
o'cloclt. l'vbate intcrnituu . . : Alii
W. G, API'S, Undertaker, Elstemwiek. ; i \\
P\ r'N,ULVR.V.— Tlio Frioads of the iute^A1! f8lad
131 ? LIA'M APNAMAllA aro Dc h
to folloii )tis reirraius lo tiw Ooburg Ueincori^ ^
fiimc/al leiiun his rcsndenoo, Andrc«-Btrw.t. ? : 4^
ccto THIS DAY' (Thursday), ut 3 o oook.
j6.VE3 BROS.. Undertakers. 183 «
city 307 Hish-KU-eot, Nortliootc; and *? il
Phono 301. Ccmjal. gjt.
? : ? — — - _ _j frrjj
O'JIBAiRA.— Uw Friends of Mr- JJf,
0'M.EA:RA are respectfully Partial
hk remains to Uro Place of mtcrmoat, tho««s I M
Cemetery. The funeral a appointel to nom
his rcaalonca. Little Rlrcr, THIS -DAY
tho 14th iuat., at 2 o'clock p.m. ? ? -ajiHIh'
W. B, KI.NC trod W.' A. -G1DDINGS.
fakers, Jfooratwal-fl'Jcot, Gee'.ong. Pbcos H»
HUGHES.— The Friends of Mr. and Mrs. AL-
FRED HUGHES are respectfully invited to
follow the remains of their beloved only child, Alfred
Sydney, to the place of interment, Coburg Cemetery.
The funeral will leave the residence of his parents,
172 Mount Alexander-road, Flemington, at 2 p.m.
THIS DAY (Tuesday).
JOSEPH ALLISON, Undertaker, Errol-street,
North Melbourne.
JONES. — The Friends of Mr. and Mrs. ALBERT
HENRY JONES are informed that the remains
of their dearly beloved son, Lloyd Desmond, will be
interred in the Necropolis, Spring Vale. The funeral
will leave their residence, "Lismore," Dunoon-street,
Murrumbeena, THIS DAY (Thursday), 14th Febru-
ary, at 10.30 a.m.
A. J. RAYBOULD, Undertaker, Malvern and
Prahran. Tels.: Windsor 17, Mal. 1427.
LE GASSICK.—The Friends of the late Mr. AL-
FRED J. LE GASSICK are respectfully in-
formed that his remains will be interred in the Mel-
bourne General Cemetery. The funeral will leave
his residence, "St. Helliers," Hawthorn-road, Caul-
field, THIS DAY (Thursday), 14th inst., at 10 a.m.
o'clock. Private interment.
W. G. APPS, Undertaker, Elstemwick.
M'NAMARA— The Friends of the late Mr. WIL-
LIAM M'NAMARA are respectfully invited
to follow his remains to the Coburg Cemetery. The
funeral leave his residence, Andrew-street, North-
cote THIS DAY (Thursday) at 3 o'clock.
JONES BROS.. Undertakers. 193 Lonsdale-street,
city 307 High-street, Northcote; and suburbs.
Phone 361. Central.

O'MEARA.—The Friends of Mr. FRANCIS
O'MEARA are respectfully invited to follow
his remains to the place of interment, the Roth???
Cemetery. The funeral is appointed to move from
his residence, Little River, THIS DAY (Thursday)
the 14th inst., at 2 o'clock.
W. B. KING and W. A. GIDDINGS, Under-
takers, Moorabool-street, Geelong. Phone 1128.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Tuesday 15 May 1917 [Issue No.19,389] page 1 2017-06-23 19:20 — IiiiiCTtcd by his lovinc wife. S. B. dc Itooke.
falliiT. who iHMwd.aini? at Wattle TTce-road, Mal
verif, on tho mill May, l»ir-.
— IiiiiCTtcd by his lovinc wife. S. E. de Rooke.
father, who passed away at Wattle Tree-road, Mal-
vern, on the 15th May, 1915.

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  6. Family Tree of Charles Henry and Caroline Morrell (nee TUCKWELL) ARMYTAGE
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    Prominent Victorian (Australia) family who at one point were the owners of Como House, South Yarra. Charles Henry and Caroline (nee Tuckwell had 10 children.

    According to the Australian Dictionary of Biography compiled by the University of Melbourne, these 10 children comprised 5 sons and 5 daughters.
    The father, Charles Henry was in turn the son of George and Elizabeth (nee PETERS) ARMYTAGE

    There is more information about the family here http://www.cv.vic.gov.au/stories/built-environment/como-house-the-armytage-family/
    and here http://adb.anu.edu.au/biography/armytage-charles-henry-2901

    Known children (Culture Victoria website article states there were 10 children)

    Norman Charles Learmonth (could also be same person as Charles Norman ARMYTAGE)
    George Herbert
    Frederick Felix Hamilton
    Alexander A(...?)
    Harold Augustus
    Ethel Maud (died aged 7 years)
    Ada Elizabeth
    Constance Caroline

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  7. Family Tree of Cuthbert Henry CORKE and May Hartley CORKE (nee ROUVRAY)
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    Articles relating to the family history of Cuthbert Henry CORKE and May Hartley ROUVRAY and their descendants.

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  8. Family Tree of Duncan Stewart McEACHRAN and Mary MIDDLETON/Catharine HENDERSON
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    Family history of Duncan Stewart McEACHRAN who arrived on the Sussex 1868 in Victoria.

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  9. Family Tree of Frederick Adolphus and Matilda Isabella (nee Ford) McPHERSON or MacPHERSON
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    Some uncertainty with the spelling of the surname. In South Australian records, the name is mainly spelt Macpherson, whereas in Victoria he is described as McPherson. Frederick and Matilda appear to have married at St. Cuthbert's parish, Edinburgh, on 27th November, 1834. The spelling is McPherson in the OPR. They travelled to South Australia on the Lady Bute, in 1839, having departed Greenock Scotland, and having called in at Cork and (Portuguese) Madiera. The Lady Bute arrived in South Australia on 18 June 1839 (http://www.familyhistorysa.info/shipping/passengerlists.html). This explains why they do not appear in the 1841 Scotland Census.


    Known children of Frederick and Matilda - Edward Cavalie (b. Prospect SA, 1845, d. Northcote, Victoria 5 Nov 1914 - described in death notice as "third son of Frederick Adolphus"); Matilda Isabella Ford (b Burnside SA, 1852, d Victoria 1854, 2y); Euphemia Ellen (b. unknown - described in marriage record as "daughter of Frederick Adolphus"); Ada Theresa (b. unknown - described in marriage notice as "second daughter of Frederick Adolphus"); Mary Campbell b. unknown - described in marriage notice as "youngest daughter of Frederick Adolphus); Ferrier Adolphus (b. Collingwood, Victoria 1854, d. Victoria, 1854); Adolphus Albert (b. Brunswick 1855, Victoria, d. Alfred Hospital, Prahran, Victoria Oct 1895); Laurence Victor (b. Brunswick, 1857, d. Bendigo, Victoria 1909 - no death/funeral notice located); possibly William? (b. unknown).

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  10. Family Tree of George GREY and Elizabeth Jane GREY (nee BOREHAM)
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    Articles relating to descendants of Rev. George Grey and Elizabeth Jane Boreham.

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  11. Family Tree of Leslie Harold HOLDERNESS and Victoria Florence HOLDERNESS (nee ROGERS)
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  12. Family tree of Mathew ROGERS and Mary Ann ROGERS (nee ROGERS)
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  13. Family Tree of Richard Raymond BUXTON and Elizabeth Jane BUXTON (nee BUCKHURST)
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    Personal notices relating to the family of Richard Raymond BUXTON and Elizabeth Jane BUXTON (nee BUCKHURST).
    The following people in https://www.aif.adfa.edu.au are found
    Astley Brian BUXTON (https://www.aif.adfa.edu.au/showPerson?pid=41963)
    John Robert BUXTON, husband of Mary Ann BUXTON (nee O'BRIEN) (https://www.aif.adfa.edu.au/showPerson?pid=41980).

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  14. Family Tree of Robert Benjamin STEVENS (or STEPHENS) and Agnes Sarah STEVENS (nee GODING).
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    Documents relating to the family history of Robert Benjamin and Agnes Sarah (nee GODING) STEVENS. Robert and Agnes purchased the same title in Surrey Hills in 1939. They both died at 178 Union Road, Surrey Hills. The death notices for Robert and Agnes contain a very large amount of family history information about their descendants. Note: although Robert and Agnes died at Robert and Agnes STEVENS, their marriage notice is titled "STEPHENS-GODING." It is not known whether this was a mistake or whether Robert and Agnes decided to change the spelling of their surname.

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  15. Family Tree of Robert LEE-BROWN and Ada Mary LEE-BROWN (nee KINGSBURY)
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    Documents that relate to this family.

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  16. Family Tree of Robert STURROCK and Ann STURROCK (nee BRYAN)
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    The life events of Robert Sturrock and Ann Bryan's family and their descendants.

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  17. Family Tree of Thomas CAIRNCROSS and Jean CAIRNCROSS (nee GILLIES)
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    The title of 86 Shields Street, Flemington was at one point owned by Thomas A. CAIRNCROSS, the son of Thomas CAIRNCROSS and Jean CAIRNCROSS (nee Gillies).

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  18. Family Tree of Thomas CHAPLIN and Ellen Mary CHAPLIN (nee KENNY)
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    Life events of the family of Thomas Chaplin and Ellen Mary Chaplin (nee Kenny).

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  19. Family Tree of Thomas COPELAND and Mary Jane COPELAND (nee YOUNG)
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    Articles relating to the life events of Thomas and Mary Jane COPELAND (nee Young) & Jane COPELAND (nee Ware) and their descendants

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  20. Family Tree of Thomas HARMER and Alice Matilda (nee Franklin) HARMER
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    Newspaper articles relating to events in the life of the family of Thomas HARMER and Alice M. HARMER (nee UNKNOWN).

    Marriage on 17 SEP 1854 at Brinton, Norfolk, England.

    Children
    Mary [Ann] Franklin (Polly) (Mrs. Henry HATTON) [1855 (Mount Barker, S.A. - 1 MAY 1936]
    Celia (Mrs. John WILKINSON) [1859 - 28 DEC 1947]
    Maria (Mrs. Robinson ROE) [1861 - 16 APR 1950]
    Tom - [1863 - ]
    George [1864 - 1865]
    Robert George (George) [1866 - 8 MAY 1942]
    Franklin (Frank) [-13 MAR 1947]
    Margaret Alice (Mrs. John MASON) [1869 - 1955]
    Charlotte (Lottie) (Mrs. James OLNEY) [1871 - 17 FEB 1947]
    Edith (Mrs. Charles LE PAGE) [1873 - 3 AUG 1918]
    Annie (Mrs. William James GRAY) [1876 - still living in 1955].

    John WILKINSON married Celia in 1887. They and their daughter Celia (jun.) arrived at San Francisco on 13 APR 1927 (from the (US) National Archives) available on Ancestry.com.

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  21. Family Tree of Thomas Mansell and Sarah (nee HEARNE) MACKNAMARA
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    Newspaper articles relating to the family of Thomas Mansell MACKNAMARA and Sarah MACKNAMARA (nee HEARNE)

    Children
    Mary [no articles found]
    Elizabeth (Lizzie, Mrs. Henry QUINE) [-21 SEP 1916]
    Eleanor (Nell, Mrs. B. STONE) [1862-11 AUG 1942]
    Emma May (Mrs. John FLEWIN) [-22 JUL 1943]
    David (married to Elizabeth) [1874-13 OCT 1943]
    William Henry Hearne (Will) [1881-26 FEB 1903]
    Samuel (married to Emma) [-19 FEB 1945]
    Thomas (married to Frances Jeanette) [-6 MAY 1947].

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  22. Family Tree of Thomas Robinson KIMPTON and Anne Eleanor KIMPTON (nee ANDERSON)
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    Family notices that mention individuals in this family.

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  23. Family Tree of William James and Elizabeth (nee unknown) RASHLEIGH
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  24. Family Tree of William James GRAY and Annie (nee HARMER) GRAY
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    Newspaper articles that relate to this family. The father of William James Gray was living at "Ellangowan," Cults, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. I used to live very close to here. I am trying to see where the name Ellangowan comes from.

    According to the Butt-1_2017_01_19 Family Tree on Ancestry.com.au, William James GRAY [1871 - 16 MAY 1933] was born at Mazagon, Bombay, India, the son of William GRAY [1838 - 1906] and Louise Edith GRAY (nee WILLIAMS [1850 - 1929]. He was one of six children, the others being
    Mary Alice [1872 - 1938]
    Alexander Gordon [1873 - 1957]
    Edith Ellen [1876 - 1945] - married George Hans Max SCHOENING
    Charles Hugh [1878 - 1963]
    Louisa Julia [1881 - 1957].
    In 1904, Louise Edith GRAY was living at Bethune Road, Stoke, London, England.

    The father, William GRAY died on 20 MAR 1906 at the Royal Asylum, Aberdeen, Scotland. The only Census record which has been found is that in 1881 where the family were living at "Ellangowan," Banchory Devenick.

    Parents married on 30 JUN 1869 at the South Hackney Parish Church. record #234. The father of William GRAY was William GRAY who was a grocer. The father of Louise Edith WILLIAMS is not recorded.

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  25. Family Tree of William Spence and Ann Millar LOGIN/LOGAN
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    William Spence LOGIN (or LOGAN) and Aime Millar LOGIN (or Ann Millar LOGIN) (or LOGAN) nee HOWDEN (or HOUDEN). Please read comment below and if related to this family please send me a private message. I have done signifcant research into this family.

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  26. Family Tree of William Sydney Smith WALLACE and Wilhelmina Emily WALLACE (nee GRANT)
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    Documents relating to the family of William Sydney Smith WALLACE (b Aberdeenshire, Scotland) and Wilhemina Emily WALLACE (nee GRANT) (b Stawell (formerly Pleasant Creek), Victoria)

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  27. John Burnett DOW
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  29. John George Weymss DALRYMPLE
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  30. Scotch College, Melbourne
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    Articles that mention Scotch College, Melbourne.

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  31. Who is H. L. Morgan?
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  32. Zerbe of East Doncaster
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