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201 17158/1975
Late of 78 Macarthur Road, Camden, NSW 
ASIMUS David Roy (I17733)
 
202 17186/1915 HOWELL Elizabeth A (I17824)
 
203 17288/1889 FOGARTY Evangeline Olga (I17797)
 
204 17866/1887 FOGARTY Edward Oliver (I17793)
 
205 18264/1927 BRYAN Walter Leslie (I18570)
 
206 18266/1898 MOORE Cyril Paul (I17154)
 
207 1839 When Gilbert enlisted he was living at "Fairview" Swanbrook Rd, Inverell with his parents and siblings. Gib was only 5'7" tall.
Jan 2008 Gilbert is living in a nursing home in Inverell, NSW. 
FRATER Gilbert (Gib) James (I2381)
 
208 1841 Census listed in the surname of Fretters.
«b»KIRKCUDBRIGHT PAROCHIAL BOARD APPEALS - 1848 -«/b» ( http://www.old-kirkcudbright.net/genealogy/appeals.asp )In 1847 responsibility for Poor Relief transferred from the Kirk (Church) Session to the newly formed Parochial Boards. When Kirkcudbright Parochial Board was formed one of its first tasks was to carry out an assessment of the 'Lands & Heritages' valuation and 'Means & Substance' valuation of all Parish residents. Half of the Parish Relief was to be obtained from each valuation class.Those whose annual income did not exceed £30, unless also owners of heritable property, were to be excluded, but those to whom assessment applied were duly given notice of the amount decided on. Subsequently, on 17th April 1848, a hearing was heard to decide on numerous appeals against the valuations.
The minutes contain the following decisions:GEORGE FRATER: Flesher. Charged on £40 as Means & Substance - reduced to £35.
«b»Headstone Transcription«/b» - (From Don Hutton & Betty McKenzie)In memory of George Frater, who died at Rhonhouse, 14 Nov 1860 aged 68 years. Also his spouse Jane McEwen, who died at Kirkcudbright, 4 Aug 1852 aged 43. Also Isabella Frater, who died at Ringford,1867 aged 34. Also Grace Frater, who died at Balmae, 23 Feb 1892, aged 43 years, Also Alexander Frater, grandson , killed in action at Gallipolli 12 Jul 1915, aged 25. Also Janet their daughter, who died 6 Mar 1924, aged 64.(Christine's notes: Some of the dates are wrong in the transcription, compared to the dates and ages given on the Statutory deaths from Scotlands People. The photos of the headstone shows that they would be hard to read and translate. )
«b»Inscription 219 : Tongland Churchyard«/b»
Sacred to the memory of George Frater, who died 14th November 1869, aged 50 years, interred in Kirkcudbright Churchyard And of Grace Murray, his wife, who died 9th March 1893, aged 78 years. Also of Mary Frater, their daughter, who died 1st January 1878, aged 22 years. Also of Margaret Frater, their daughter, who died at Tonguecroft, Borgue, 2nd April 1921, aged 61 years. Also of Margaret Glendinning, their grand-daughter, and daughter of John Frater, who died 14th Feb. 1957, aged 60 years. Also Mary Robinson, their grand-daughter, and daughter of John Frater, who died 13th March 1963, aged 72 years. Also of Georgina, their grand-daughter, and daughter of John Frater, who died 15th April 1988, aged 87 years. 
FRATER George (I7452)
 
209 1841 Census records John as being in the same house in Yetholm, as his mother Isabella and brother Alexander. And being a Ag. Lab.

1841 Census: The 1841 Census for Scotland was taken on the night of 6 June 1841
Civil parish: Yetholm
County: Roxburghshire
Address: Kirk Yetholm
Parish Number: 811
Household Members: Name Age
Alexander Frater 10
Isabella Frater 50
John Frater 25 
FRATER John (I7449)
 
210 1841 Census shows Parish St Mary in the Castle aged 21 GURR William (I1802)
 
211 1841 Census shows Parish St Mary in the Castle aged 23 GURR Dinah (I1801)
 
212 1841 census Stephen is at home with his parents.
In the 1851 census, it states that Stephen is a patient in Brighthelmstone, Sussex. On the census he is stated as a Ag Labourer and also a tick has been placed in the box for "Deaf or Dumb or Blind" I believe he may of been in a workhouse. Needs further looking into. 
WHEATLEY Stephen (I4781)
 
213 1841: aged 3 months, living with parents and siblings at Ledbetters Dallington 1851: aged 10, living with father and family at Carricks Hill, Dallington. 1861: aged 20, living with father and siblings at Ledbetters Dallington Sussex. 1871: living with husband and children at Poyning Sussex, aged 31. Sister Sarah Also Staying With family 1881: aged 39, living with husband and children at 20 paddock Road, Lewes Sussex. 1891:Address: Old Coghurst Farm, Guestling, Sussex. 1901: aged 60,living with daughter at 6 Albion Street, Lewes. All saints Hastings. GOSLING Jane (I6028)
 
214 1851 Census, "Windyfalls" at Sprouston, Roxburghshire.... Agnes Frater along with daughters Alison and Jane are listed as visitors in the home of her father, Thomas Hedley (listed as Hatley in census) other people in the house where also sons Thomas, James, George and daughter Jane. Also Granddaughter Margaret and Grandson Thomas.
Other documents also include the spelling of her surname as "Heatly, Heartly, Hetly and Hatley" Death Register as Hedley.
On Kerry Frater's Site he has her listed as {Hetly}. http://www.myforefathers.co.uk/allnames/pafg154.htm 
HEDLEY Agnes (I7470)
 
215 1851 Census, has birth place as England. IGI as Yetholm. FRATER Jane (I7473)
 
216 1861 Census has Catherine living at Dykhead Cottage, Stonehouse, Lanarkshire, Scotland with her parents and siblings. Shows that her year of birth to be abt 1855 and birthplace as Stonehouse.
1871 Census has Catherine living at 18 Townhead Street, Stonehouse,Lanarkshire, Again birth year of abt 1855 aged 16 years born Stonehouse, and Occupation as Dressmaker.
On her death Certificate it shows her age as 66 years at the time of death in 1923 and that her bith place being Lennox, Scotland, this would make her birth as 1856/1857. 
WOOD Catherine Hamilton (I592)
 
217 1865 WOOD, William (Statutory Births 656/00 0088) STONEHOUSE
Births in the Parish of Stonehouse in the County of Lanark
William WOOD
Born: 11 August 1865 at 07.00 am in Stonehouse
Parents: William WOOD (general labourer) & Helen WOOD ms HAMILTON
who were married 11 July 1864 in Udston, Stonehouse.
Birth Registered: 21 August 1865 
WOOD William (I8002)
 
218 1871 Census has William listed as a Pauper, Ag Labourer, at The Union House in East Grinstead, Sussex. WHEATLEY William (I4777)
 
219 1871 Living with parents and brother Poynings Sussex. 1881 ditto and siblings, 20 Paddock Road Lewes St John Southover, Sussex, England 1891:Living with parents and siblings,Old Coghurst Farm, Guestling, Sussex. 1901: ord. Ag Lab, aged 31, All saints, Hastings GREEN Rupert Trevelyan (I6024)
 
220 1871 Living with wife and children, Poynings Sussex.(Sis in law Sarah Sargent(nee Gosling) staying with family. 1881 20 Paddock Road, Lewes St John Southover, Sussex, England 1891: Address: Old Coghurst Farm, Guestling Sussex. GREEN William James (I6027)
 
221 1872, on the Sixteenth day of August at Hastings Square, Darvel
After Banns according to the Forms of the Reformed Presbyterian Church of Scotland

John EASDON, Muslin Weaver, Bachelor
Age: 19
Address: Hastings Square, Darvel
Parents: James EASDON, Muslin Weaver; Jane EASDON ms MUIR, Deceased

MARRIED

Helen WOOD, Her X mark, Muslin Weaver, Spinster
Age: 19
Address: Ronald Coup Lane, Darvel
Parents: John WOOD, Muslin Weaver; Janet WOOD ms YOUNG

Minister: M.G. Easton, Minister
Witnesses to Her X mark: John Muir; Janet Seade
Witnesses to Marriage: John Muir; Janet Seade

Registered: 1872, August 19th, At Newmilns 
Family F4674
 
222 1879:- During The Ashdown Forest Dispute 1876-1882 commoners and land holders where interviewed by the solicitor William Raper. Their comments were recorded in a series of notebooks as below:
«i»Wheatley, John. Suffers dreadfully from neuralgia in the head and will be impossible as a witness. Living at Ravens Cottage on the Forest near the Ridge, Hartfield. I was born 27 February 1809 on this part of the Forest and baptised at Hartfield. When I first remember we lived in the Forest near New Bridge then we moved up into what is now Ashdown Park. Then we went, when I was about 8 years old, to live near Brabies Hatch. Then our house fell down and we had to go to the Hartfield workhouse. Then we came to live in a cottage on the Turnpike near Fincham Farm where we lived several years. While we were there I went when about 14 or 15 years old to service and lived with Mr. Henry Young at Fincham Farm a year. I then went to Possingford and lived with Mr. Richard Streatfield for 1 1/2 years. Then I came home to the house on the Turnpike and have ever since worked about this part of the Forest.«/i» 
WHEATLEY John (I8643)
 
223 1881 Census Charles is listed as Charles Card, 1891 and 1901 census he is listed as Charles Hoad. CARD Charles (I8635)
 
224 1881 Census William is listed as William Card, 1891 and 1901 census he is listed as William Hoad. Married Sarah ? using the name Hoad. CARD William (I8634)
 
225 1881 Census, Class: «i»RG11«/i»; Piece: «i»5348«/i»; Folio: «i»20«/i»; Page: «i»5«/i»; Line: ; GSU roll: «i»1342288«/i». Listed as the son of John James. JAMES Daniel H (I8029)
 
226 1881 Census: Quay Brook Common, East Grinstead, Sussex.Richard CARD Head M Male 55 Hartfield, Sussex, England Farm LabourerLydia (spelt Sydin) CARD Wife M Female 43 Hartfield, Sussex, England
Kate CARD Daur U Female 19 Hartfield, Sussex, England
James CARD Son U Male 16 Hartfield, Sussex, England
Jessie CARD Daur U Female 6 East Grinstead, Sussex, England 
CARD Richard (I455)
 
227 1891 census shows that Adam was a farmer and that his wife Mary 28 and ageneral domestic servant Maggie Brown 17, where in the same house at the time of the census. ORMISTON Adam (I12246)
 
228 1891, listed as a Farmer at 91 New Barn, St Giles, Sussex, England. RIDLEY Silvanus (I2887)
 
229 1891, on the Fourth day of December at Stonehouse
After Banns according to the Forms of the Established Church of Scotland

Robert GILCHRIST, Coal Miner, Bachelor
Age: 26
Address: Ashgillhead, Dalserf
Parents: Thomas GILCHRIST, Coal Miner, Deceased; Helen GILCHRIST ms KERR

MARRIED

Annie WOOD, Housekeeper, Spinster
Age: 21
Address: Townhead Street, Stonehouse
Parents: William WOOD, Labourer; Helen WOOD ms HAMILTON, Deceased

Minister: J. Wyper Wilson, Parish Minister
Witnesses: William Smith; Agnes WOOD

Registered: 1891, December 5th, At Stonehouse 
Family F4693
 
230 1893 Twenty eighth November at Rashfield/ Peter X McKechnie His Mark Bachelor Ploughman age 22yrs usual residence Oban, Father Donald McKechnie, Mason, Mother Mary McKechnie M.S. McKillop (Deceased) /Flora X McPherson Her Mark Spinster Domestic Servant age 26 yrs usual Residence Rashfield Farm, Father Alexander McPherson Crofter Mother Annie McPherson M.S. McIntyre/ witnesses John Carmichael, Flora McCallum Family F2040
 
231 1900 Census: Sarah Auer (10 y.o.) and Augusta Auer (2 y.o.) are living in Scranton with parents John and Annie Auer.
1910 Census: Sarah (still listed as Sarah Auer), age 20 and Augusta, age 13) are still living with John and Annie Auer. However, also living there are Myrtle Jones (4 y.o.) and Robert Jones (2 y.o.), Sarah's children. Is it possible that Sarah was never married to someone named Jones, but had 2 children with him. Saw that Sara Auer married Robert A. Krager July 18, 1907.
1920 Census: Sarah (now Sarah Krager) is living with John and Annie Auer with son Robert (now called Robert Krager instead of Robert Jones). There is no listing for Myrtle who would have been about 14. [Family story passed down through Augusta is that Sarah married young, as did her each successive generation in that line.] That Myrtle was not living with her mother at the time may indicate that she had left home and married.] Also living with John and Annie was my grandmother Augusta (now Augusta Price) with with her son ((my dad, Willard McKinley Price (4 y.o.)) and her daughter, Gertrude (3 y.o.). [Family story, which was kept secret from many, is that Augusta and Thomas John Price were married, then divorced before remarrying each other and moving to Philadelphia. So, sometime between 1915 and 1920 Tom and Augusta were separated, if not divorced.] In this census, Bob Krager and Willard Price are listed as nephews, but are really grandsons of John, the head of household.
1923: Found evidence that Tom and Augusta were married in Philadelphia in 1923. I have also found a marriage record for Thomas and Augusta in Scranton, PA on 4/20/1914. Cannot find divorce record yet.
1930 Census: Annie Auer has died. John Auer is now living in Philadelphia with Tom and Augusta Price. Willard Price is 15 and Gertrude is 13 and living at home. 
AUER Augusta (I19782)
 
232 1900 Census: Sarah Auer (10 y.o.) and Augusta Auer (2 y.o.) are living in Scranton with parents John and Annie Auer.
1910 Census: Sarah (still listed as Sarah Auer), age 20 and Augusta, age 13) are still living with John and Annie Auer. However, also living there are Myrtle Jones (4 y.o.) and Robert Jones (2 y.o.), Sarah's children. Is it possible that Sarah was never married to someone named Jones, but had 2 children with him. Saw that Sara Auer married Robert A. Krager July 18, 1907.
1920 Census: Sarah (now Sarah Krager) is living with John and Annie Auer with son Robert (now called Robert Krager instead of Robert Jones). There is no listing for Myrtle who would have been about 14. [Family story passed down through Augusta is that Sarah married young, as did her each successive generation in that line.] That Myrtle was not living with her mother at the time may indicate that she had left home and married.] Also living with John and Annie was my grandmother Augusta (now Augusta Price) with with her son ((my dad, Willard McKinley Price (4 y.o.)) and her daughter, Gertrude (3 y.o.). [Family story, which was kept secret from many, is that Augusta and Thomas John Price were married, then divorced before remarrying each other and moving to Philadelphia. So, sometime between 1915 and 1920 Tom and Augusta were separated, if not divorced.] In this census, Bob Krager and Willard Price are listed as nephews, but are really grandsons of John, the head of household.
1923: Found evidence that Tom and Augusta were married in Philadelphia in 1923. I have also found a marriage record for Thomas and Augusta in Scranton, PA on 4/20/1914. Cannot find divorce record yet.
1930 Census: Annie Auer has died. John Auer is now living in Philadelphia with Tom and Augusta Price. Willard Price is 15 and Gertrude is 13 and living at home.
 
JONES Myrtle Elizabeth (I19818)
 
233 1901 Census shows Neil and Mary living in a Village Of Cullipool with 3 children Christina 8 months, John 5 years and Mary 2 years. WHYTEMAN Neil (I7358)
 
234 1901 Living in Kirk Yetholm Villiage. FRATER Agnes (I7479)
 
235 1901 Wales Census
about Jessie Frater
Name: Jessie Frater
Age in 1901: 19
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1882
Relation: Daughter
Father's Name: Robert
Mother's Name: Euphemia
Gender: Female 
FRATER Jessie (I13135)
 
236 1911 Census Lists that Thomas was 52 years of age and His wife Jane age 50 also lists that Thomas and Jane had 4 children and none deceased. Children at home in 1911 where Janet aged 21, Alice aged 17 and William aged 12. KINGHORN Jane (I7550)
 
237 1911 Census Lists that Thomas was 52 years of age and His wife Jane age 50 also lists that Thomas and Jane had 4 children and none deceased. Children at home in 1911 where Janet aged 21, Alice aged 17 and William aged 12. UTTERSON Thomas (I22844)
 
238 1911 Census lists Richard aged 32 as a ploughman, wife Isabella aged 24, also says they have 1 child with none deceased. How ever according to the birth of son Richard being born late in 1909 and passing away early 1910, the census is showing him as still being alive. (Mistake) UTTERSON Isabella (I22848)
 
239 1916, discribed as 5ft 5 1/2inches, weight 146lbs, complextion fair, eyes blue, hair brown. Religion C of E. ROFE Ernest West (I8303)
 
240 1936 Electoral roll, 58 Mitchell St, Stockton, Nsw. SUTTON Verna (Er) Curl (I4336)
 
241 19469/1940 DAWES William Henry (I17931)
 
242 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F7167
 
243 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F5885
 
244 1:16pm Sunday MCKILLOP-DAVIES Archie Tait (I27394)
 
245 1st World War.

The cemetery is located to the north-west of Poperinge near Krombeke. From Ieper follow the directions to Poperinge along the by-pass. At the end of the by-pass at the traffic lights turn right into Oostlaan. Follow Oostlaan over the roundabout to the end of the road. Turn left into Veurnestraat and follow along here to the first turning on the right. (From Poperinge centre, follow the directions to Veurne along the Veurnestraat to the second turning on the left.) Turn into Sint-Bertinusstraat and follow this road up the rise and round a left hand bend. After the bend, take the right hand turning in the direction of Krombeke along the Krombeekseweg. Follow the Krombeekseweg past the "De Lovie" centre where the road name changes to Leeuwerikstraat and then past a cafe on the left. Approximately 500 meters after the cafe on the left, you will see a sign for the cemetery pointing to a track on the right into the woods. The cemetery is along here at the end of the track. Historical Information: Westvleteren was outside the front held by Commonwealth forces in Belgium during the First World War, but in July 1917, in readiness for the forthcoming offensive, groups of casualty clearing stations were placed at three positions called by the troops Mendinghem, Dozinghem and Bandaghem. The 4th, 47th and 61st Casualty Clearing Stations were posted at Dozinghem and the military cemetery was used by them until early in 1918. There are now 3,174 Commonwealth burials of the First World War in the cemetery and 65 German war graves from this period. The cemetery also contains 73 Second World War burials dating from the Allied withdrawal to Dunkirk in May 1940. The cemetery was designed by Sir Reginald Blomfield. 
FRATER Thomas (Tom) Scott (I12335)
 
246 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F5623
 
247 2 children Family F5626
 
248 2 children. BROWN Phyllis Georgette (I11106)
 
249 2 children. Family F3491
 
250 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F3510
 

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