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7351 «b»The Sydney Morning Herald - Wednesday 9 July 1902«/b» Assaulting a Constable. \endash At the Central Police Court yesterday, before Mr. F. S. Isaacs, S.M., JamesYoung, 27, labourer, was fined £5, in default two months' imprisonment, for assaulting Constable James Hamilton Kehoe whilst that officer was in the execution of his duty. The same accused was fined 5s, and ordered to pay 9s 3d, the extent of the damage done, for maliciously damaging a pair of uniform trousers, the property of the New SouthWales Government.
 
KEHOE James Hamilton (I18556)
 
7352 «b»The Sydney Morning Herald 20 Feb 1929:«/b» Acquitted: George Arthur Gaud,50 chemist, and Phillip Richmond Joseph Glover, 19 , motor driver were charged with having unlawfully supplied a certain drug to Olga Thelma Vickery, at Waterloo, on December 21, with intent to procure a certain result. GLOVER Phillip Richmond Joseph (I13845)
 
7353 «b»The Sydney Morning Herald 26 July 1932:«/b» - Mr John Arthur Dykes, of Roseville, died last Sunday, aged 63 years. Mr, Dykes, who was bom in Sydney and was educated at the Sydney High School, received his business training with Messrs. D. Mitchell and Co. Ltd., of Clarence-street. His father was at one time Mayor of Vaucluse, and Mr. Dykes also was, for a period, an alderman of the Vaucluse Council. Arter moving to the North Shore, he served on the Kuringgai Shire Council for 12 years., He was a director of the Canterbury Park Race Club, and was also interested in the Moorefields course. Mr. Dykes is survived by Mrs Dykes, three sons, and one daughter.
The funeral will leave Chatswood at 10 o'clock this morning for the Crematorium at Rookwood
«b»The Sydney Morning Herald 26 July 1932: -DYKES«/b» - The relative and friends of Mrs ISABELLA CATHERINE DUNN, Mrs HENRIETTA KEHOE and Mrs SARAH ANN SCOTT are kindly invited to attend the Funeral of their dearly loved brother JOHN ARTHUR DYKES; to leave Wood Hill's Mortuary Chapel, Orchard Road, Brown Street, Chatswood, Today. at 10 o'clock, for the cremortorium, Rookwood, by road. 
DYKES John Arthur (I2961)
 
7354 «b»The Sydney Morning Herald 27 Aug 1954:-«/b» Re Will of Sarah Jane Glover late of Elizabeth Bay Widow deceased. Probate granted by Supreme Court of New South Wales on 6th August 1954. Pursuant to the Wills Probate abd Aministration Act 1898-1940, Testor's Family Maintenance and Guardianship of Infants Act 1916-1938and trustee act 1925-1940 Constance Helen Thomson and Perpetual Trustee Company (Limited) the Executors of the Will of the said Sarah Jane Glover who died 1st May 1954, hereby give notice that creditors and others having claims against or to the estate of the said deceased are required to send particulars of their claims to the said Executor of 33-39 Hunter Street, Sydney, on or before the 5th November 1954 at the experation of which time the said Executor's will distrubite the assets of the said deceased to the persons entitled having regard only to the claims which they then have notice. Dated this 10th August 1954. Murphy & Moloney Company (Ltd) A.G.Armytage. Managing Director. LOADSMAN Sarah Jane (I13841)
 
7355 «b»The Sydney Morning Herald Tuesday 11 June 1940«/b» «i»PIKE.-The Relatives and Friends of Mrs EVA PIKE Mr and Mrs C PIKE Mr and Mrs. ROY PIKE, and Miss MIRIAM PIKE are kindly invited to attend the Funeral of her dear HUSBAND and their FATHER, John Thomas; to leave Leslie S Andrews' Funeral Chapel. 331 Liverpool Road Ashfield THIS DAY, after service commencing at 2.30 p.m., for the Methodist Cemetery Rookwood«/i» PIKE John Thomas (I19734)
 
7356 «b»The Sydney Morning Herald, Tuesday 29 December 1936. - Woman Killed in Car - SYDNEY«/b», Monday, - Mrs. Essie Baynton Collins, aged 38 years, wife of James L. Collins, of Telford Street, Newcastle. was killed in a motor accident yesterday afternoon. With her hisband and two young children, she was returning to Newcastle, when the care went off the road. striking a guide post. Mrs Collins struck her head on the ventilator.
«b»The Sydney Morning Herald, Wednesday 30 December 1936 - COLLINS. - «/b»December 27, at Singleton (result of accident), Essie Baynton, wife of James Collins and mother of David and Mary, of 42 Telford Street, Newcastle.
«b»The Sydney Morning Herald, Wednesday 30 December 1936 - COLLINS. - «/b»December 27, at Singleton (result of accident), Essie Baynton, daughter of the late David Lawrence, Quirindi, and Mrs Lawrence 4 Middle Head Road, Mosman, sister of Grace (Mrs Roberts) (deceased), Coral (Mrs Bewley), Ruby (Mrs Hurn), Abbie (Mrs Naughton), Amy (Mrs Henwood), Ewart, Edgar, Gordon. 
LAWRENCE Essie Baynton (I13541)
 
7357 «b»The Sydney Morning Herald... Monday 3 June 1929, page 8. Roberts - June 1, 1929«/b», at 55 Francis Street, Bondi, Grace Pearl, dearly loved wife of James Roberts of "Mascot" Quigg Street, Lakemba, loving mother of Melba, Althea, Geoffrey, Gwen, Betty and Patricia, and daughter of Sarah and the late David Lawrence, of Quirindi, aged 39 years. LAWRENCE Grace Pearl (I13537)
 
7358 «b»The Sydney Mornoing Herald 31 December 1951: DYKES, Gladys Doreen«/b» - December 29, 1951, beloved daughter of Mrs G.E. Dykes, of Roseville, and the late john Dykes and loved sister of John Don and Owen. With Christ.
«b»The Sydney Mornoing Herald 31 December 1951: DYKES, - «/b»The funeral of the late GLADYS DOREEN DYKES of Roseville, will leave St Paul's Church, Fullers Road, Chatswood. This Day after service commencing at 10am for the Northern Suburbs Crematorium. 
DYKES Gladys Doreen (I5427)
 
7359 «b»The Tamworth Daily Observer: Tuesday 24 September 1912«/b»:- On Wednesday last a wedding of considerable local interest took place at St. Alban's Angligan Church, when two old local families were united by marriage of the contracting parties - Mr James Cyrus Peachy, only son of Mr and Mrs J.E Lawrence, of Spring Ridge, and Miss Margaret Olive, second daughter of Mr and Mrs John Barns, of Glen Iris, Quirindi. Family F4301
 
7360 «b»Transcript from Headstone: «/b»C/E 1265: Thomas Baynton, Eliza Arabella Crewe, John Crewe, John Crewe, Fanny Eliza Crewe. In affectionite (sic) remembrance of ELIZA ARABELLA RELICT OF THE LATE JOHN CREWE. WHO DIED 15th MARCH 1868, AGED 45 YEARS Also her Father THOMAS BAYNTON WHO DIED 21ST APRIL 1872, IN THE 80TH YEAR OF HIS AGE. Also of JOHN CREWE DIED JANUARY 11TH 1905 AGED 55 YEARS. And his father JOHN CREWE (HUSBAND OF ELIZA ARABELLA) DIED 6TH DECEMBER 1850 AGED 31 YEARS. Also FANNY ELIZA CREWE Daughter of ELIZA ARABELLA & JOHN CREWE DIED 28TH OCTOBER 1940 AGED 92 YEARS.
«b»Church of England Section C1265:«/b»
In affectionite remembrance
of
ELIZA ARABELLA
RELICT OF THE LATE
JOHN CREWE.
WHO DIED 15«sup»th«/sup» MARCH 1868, AGED 45 YEARS
Also her Father
THOMAS BAYNTON
WHO DIED 21«sup»ST«/sup» APRIL 1872,
IN THE 80«sup»TH«/sup» YEAR OF HIS AGE.
Also of
JOHN CREWE
DIED JANUARY 11«sup»TH«/sup» 1905 AGED 55 YEARS.
And his father
JOHN CREWE
(HUSBAND OF ELIZA ARABELLA)
DIED 6«sup»TH«/sup» DECEMBER 1850 AGED 31 YEARS.
Also
FANNY ELIZA CREWE
Daughter of
ELIZA ARABELLA & JOHN CREWE
DIED 28«sup»TH«/sup» OCTOBER 1940 AGED 92 YEARS. 
BAYNTON Thomas (I9726)
 
7361 «b»Transcript of Birth...«/b»
NAME«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»Christina, illegitimate«i»«tab»«tab»«/i»
DATE OF BIRTH«tab»«tab»«tab»18 September 1888
PLACE«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»Darling Street, Glebe«u»«i»
«/u»«/i»SEX OF CHILD«tab»«tab»«tab»Female
FATHER«tab»«tab»«tab»No entry
OCCUPATION«tab»«tab»«tab»No entry
AGE«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»No entry
BIRTHPLACE«tab»«tab»«tab»No entry
DATE OF MARRIAGE«tab»«tab»No entry
PLACE OF MARRIAGE«tab»«tab»No entry
PREVIOUS ISSUE«tab»No entry«tab»«tab»«tab»
MOTHER«tab»Elizabeth Digby
AGE«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»31 years
BIRTHPLACE«tab»«tab»«tab»Essex, England
INFORMANT«tab»«tab»«tab»Elizabeth Digby, mother, 21 Darling Street, Glebe
PRESENT AT BIRTH«tab»«tab»Mrs Moore (nurse) and Mrs Creig (witness)
NOTES«tab»Registered John Russell, 17 October 1888, Glebe 
GOODWILLIE Christina Violet Digby (I16191)
 
7362 «b»Transcription of text in document - 1955, May - WOOD, Matthew (b1908) Obituary in Timmins Press, Timmins, Ontario, Canada
«/b»
Matthew WOOD

For 20 years a resident of Chochrane Matthew Hamilton WOOD passed away suddenly Saturday morning, at the Lady Minto Hospital, where he had been admitted the previous evening.
Born October 6th, in Busby, Scotland, he come to Canada with his family in 1925, and had lived since then in Cochrane. His parents were the late William WOOD, and Mrs. Jean WOOD. of Cochrane.
He married the former Christine ROXBURGH of Cochrane in 1928. For 25 years he was a member of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Enginemen, and also of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers.
Funeral services in Knox Presbyterian Church on Tuesday afternoon were precedded by a short service at the residence. Mr. Otis McGregor conducted the services. Interment was made in Chochrane civc cemetery. Active pallbearers were messrs. James Maguire, Raoul Cauthier, Leo McGillicuddy, Fred Kerr, Roy Theobald, Findlay Stewart, and honory pallbearers were Messrs. Donald McKinnon, Robert Wilson and Hector Tallon, all C.N.R. locomotive engineers with whom "Matt" WOOD had been associated for many years.
Surviving are his widow; one son William H. of Cochrane; two daughters, Jeanne, Mrs. Wm. MITCHELL, of Rivers, Man., and Bonnie at home; his mother, Mrs. Wm. WOOD, Cochrane; three brothers, Tom of Matachewan, Sam of Ottawa, and Bob, of Irvine, Scotland; three sisters, Janet, (Mrs. R. ROBERTSON), of Ottawa; Mary (Mrs. A. MOORE) of Iroquois Falls; Grace (Mrs. E. CAMERON) of Ottawa and three grandsons.
Relatives present from out-of-town for the funeral were: Mr. and Mrs. E. Roxburgh, Timmins; Mr. and Mrs. Wm. MITCHELL and Son, Rivers, Man.; Mr. and Mrs. Mel McDowell, South Porcupine; Mr. and Mrs. John Collins, Kapuskasing; Mr. and Mrs. Art MOORE and family Iroquois Falls; Mr. and Mrs. T. M. WOOD and family, Matachewan; Mrs. Earl CAMERON, Mr. Sam WOOD and Mrs. Bob ROBERTSON, Ottawa, 
WOOD Matthew (I14439)
 
7363 «b»Transcription of text in document «/b»
1871 WOOD, DAVID – HAMILTON, ANNIE (Statutory Marriages 597/00 0037) Marriages in Parish of Kilmarnock in County of Ayrshire, Scotland On 29th Mar 1871 at Railway ???, Portland St Kilmarnock. After Banns according to the Frms of The Church of Scotland David Wood (joiner) (bachelor) aged 24yrs of Grange St. Parents: Francis Wood (shoemaker) and Margaret Wood ms Muir MARRIED Annie Hamilton (barmaid) (spinster) aged 21yrs of Portland St. Parents: John Hamilton (coach proprietor) and Ann Hamilton ms Galt (dead). Minister: James Aitken minister of High Church of Kilmarnock Witnesses: Francis Wood and Jane Hamilton 
Family F4703
 
7364 «b»Transcription of text in document«/b»
Jeanne MITCHELL

Jeanne A. MITCHELL wife of William W. MITCHELL passad away November 11, 1995 at 10:55 a.m. in a tragic traffic accidnet on Highway #11 just north of Latchford, Ontario, at the age of 65.
She Leaves her beloved husband Bill, her sons Robert (Debbie) and Scott (Doreen), her daughter Kelly Ann Graham-REID (Michael), Ottawa, seven grandchildren, her mother Christine WOOD, sister Bonnie GUENETTE both of Sudbury, and brother Bill and sister-in-law Jeannette, Toronto. She was predeceased by her father Matthew WOOD.
The funeral service was conducted by Rev. D. MacKay on Wednesday November 15 at St. Paul's United Church in Cochrane. Pallbearers were Bruce and Bill WOOD, Darren and Mark GUENETTE, Tim MITCHELL and Rodney Kydd. Funeral service was in care of Wayne Irvine of Smith's Funeral Home. 
WOOD Jeanne Alice (I14875)
 
7365 «b»Transcription of text in document«/b»
WOOD, William, Agricultural Labourer, Widower
Died: 1856, August Seventeenth, 2:15 A.M.
Address: Main Street, Newmilns
Age: about 80
Parents Francis WOOD, Blacksmith, Deceased; Jean WOOD maiden name DICKIE, Deceased
Cause of Death: Old Age with Debility, 2 yearrs; As certifed by James Young M.D. who saw Deceased August 16th
Burial Place: Burial Ground of Newmilns; As certified by Andrew McPherson Church Officer
Informant: John WOOD, His X Mark, Son, Present
Assistant to His X Mark: Andrew Campbell, Junior Assistant Registrar
Registered: 1856, August 23rd, At Newmilns 
WOOD William (I14317)
 
7366 «b»William EATHER, the sixth child of Thomas EATHER and Sarah (nee McALPIN), was born at Richmond on 8 August 1833 and was named after Sarah's brother, William Glas McALPIN. He was a tiny babe and his mother admitted many years later that she wondered whether she would succeed in rearing him. He was baptised on 2 October 1833 and in the record of his baptism his father was recorded as being a "shoemaker and farmer". Little Billy, as he was known, was still a baby when his parents took up residence in the "Union Inn" in Windsor Street, Richmond and it was the home in which he grew up. As a child he probably attended the little school in Francis Street, and as a teenager was encouraged by his parents to attend the Sunday Church services in the new St Peter's Church. His father had a farm near the town and William undoubtedly gained some farming skills by assisting there with his older brothers. On 29 December 1853, when he was twenty, William married eighteen year-old Ann SENIOR in St Peter's Church. It was then that William's mother is claimed to have said, "As a babe he was the tiniest mite that I ever saw. I thought I would never be able to rear him. When his father first saw him he called him "Cricket" but look at him now, he is as good a man as any of them". Ann SENIOR had been born on 12 January 1835, the daughter of Samuel SENIOR and his wife Ann (nee REASON). In 1828 Samuel SENIOR was an overseer for William COX at "Clarenden" near Windsor, while Ann REASON, who had arrived on the "Brothers" in 1824, was working here as a nursemaid. In 1836, when Ann was a baby, Samuel was engaged by Captain Robert TOWNS to be his caretaker at a property he had purchased at Mount Tomah in the hills near Kurrajong, and the family took up residence in the "Stonehouse" there. It was at Mount Tomah that Ann spent about ten years of her childhood, during which time her sister Mary Jane and brother Samuel were born. In 1848 Samuel SENIOR left Mount Tomah and took his wife and family to live at North Richmond. Ann spent her teenage years there until her marriage. On 19 May 1854 Ann's first child was born at Richmond and named Sarah Ann. She was the first of ten Children in the family of William and Ann. One son died in infancy and one daughter died at the age of eleven, but the other six daughters and two sons survived to adulthood; married and had children of their own. For a few years William and Ann lived in the Hawkesbury district and their first four daughters were born there. Then, at some time between 1857 and 1860, William took his family to live at "Henriendi" on the Liverpool Plains, where his brother Peter was already in residence with his family. The journey from Richmond to the Liverpool Plains was slow and tedious, made in two spring carts. One of these was loaded with the family's household belongings and other possessions, and the other was set up to save as sleeping quarters. Along the way they undoubtedly called upon William's eldest brother Thomas and family at Bulga, and also his sister Sarah and husband William EATON at the "White Hart" Inn at Muswellbrook. By the time the party arrived at "Henriendi" they had been on the road for two whole months. For their eldest daughter, Sarah Ann, it was an adventure which she remembered vividly for the rest of her long life. The Liverpool Plains was the home of William and Ann for most of the rest of their lives. Their last six children were born there. In 1873 the first of a series of family weddings took place when sixteen year-old fourth daughter Amy Susannah was married to Edward Prosper HUXLEY at Narrabri. The groom was the son of Thomas HUXLEY and his wife Mary (nee EVANS). Other family marriages followed. On 1 June 1876 in another wedding at Narrabri, second daughter, Emeline Sophia, was married to William John FOXE, an English migrant with an obscure background. His name wasn't really FOXE, but BUSSELL, but nobody knew that at the time, unless he had confided it to Emeline. In 1877 eldest daughter, Sarah Ann, married John Thomas COLEMAN in yet another wedding at Narrabri; and on 11 February 1879, fifth daughter, Mary Jane, married Walter John COLEMAN, a cousin of Sarah's husband. The first grandchild, Mary Matilda HUXLEY, was born in 1874. Others soon followed and altogether those four daughters produced amongst them no fewer than 42 off-spring, though not all survived infancy. After a time lapse of nine years the two youngest daughters married in 1888 and the two sons married in 1892 and 1896 respectively. William and Ann lived to see all of their children married. Ann died on 28 January 1906, shortly after her seventy-first birthday. William survived her by nine years and was 84 or 85 when he died in 1915. He had been known as Billy throughout his life.«/b» EATHER William (I2315)
 
7367 «b»«i»"Gloucestershire Watch and Clockmakers"«/b» states that no clocks are known definitely to have been made by him. In the Northleach Churchwardens' Accounts it is recorded that a Giles Coates cleaned the church clock in 1805 and again in 1811, on each occasion being paid 10s 6d for the work. It is possible that the Giles referred to is his father Giles.
«/i» 
COATES Giles (I3878)
 
7368 «b»«i»(Nee Alexandra Hay Frater) BRIGDEN Alexandra (Lexie) Hay«/b» --March 14, 1998, late of Newport, much loved wife of Norman and mother of Virginia, David and James, twin sister of Joan and Granny to all her grandchildren. Aged 77 years.The family and friends of Lexie are invited to attend her funeral service to be held in its entirety at Saint Stephen's Anglican Church, 221 Mowbray Road, Willoughby, tomorrow (Tuesday. March 17, 1998) at 2 pmBy request no flowers.

BRIGDEN ALEXANDRA HAY : Service Number - NX133679 : Date of birth - 18 Jul 1920 : Place of birth - BRISBANE QLD : Place of enlistment - SYDNEY NSW : Next of Kin - FRATER ALEXANDER. Second Australian Imperial Forces Personnel Dossiers, 1939-1947

Name:«tab»Alexandra Hay Brigden
Age:«tab»39
Birth Year:«tab»1920
Birth Place:«tab»Australia
Port of Departure:«tab»Honolulu, Hawaii
Departure Date:«tab»5 Feb 1959
Race:«tab»British (English)
Last Residence:«tab»Australia«/i» 
FRATER Alexandra (Lexie) Hay (I3554)
 
7369 «b»«i»BRIGDEN, Norman Laurence «/b»-May 21, 2000, of Newport beloved husband of Lexie (deceased), dearly loved father and father-in-law of Ginny and Les, David and Susan, Jamesand Dianne. Grandpa to Richard and Andrea, Michael, Paul and Elsie. Aged 79 Years. Family and friends of Norman are invited to attend her funeral service to be held in the Northern Suburbs Crematorium , Delhi Road, North Ryde on Thursday (May 25, 2000), commencing at 3 pm.In lieu of flowers donations may be made to Australian Rotary Health Research Fund.
«b»BRIGDEN NORMAN LAURENCE «/b»: Service Number - NX70960 : Date of birth - 08 Nov 1920 : Place of birth - SYDNEY NSW : Place of enlistment - NSW : Next of Kin - BRIGDEN HARRY. Second Australian Imperial Forces Personnel Dossiers, 1939-1947 
BRIGDEN Norman Laurence (I3556)
 
7370 «b»«i»Cootamundra Herald (NSW : 1877 - 1954) Wednesday 22 August 1917 p 3 Article«/b»«/i»
Wagga
The death occurred on Thursday of Mr. William Rapley, at his residence, Cartwright's Hill, North Wagga. Deceased was born in England on November 4, 1828, and arrived in Australia when only four years of age. He lived at Campbelltown for 35 years, and during the last 45 years at Downside, Yarragrndry, and latterly at Cartwright 's Hill. He leaves a family of two sons and four daughters.
«b»«i»Daily Advertiser (Wagga Wagga, NSW : 1911 - 1954) Saturday 18 August 1917 p 1 Article«/b»«/i»
The death occurred early yesterday morning of Mr. William Rapley at Cartwright's Hill, at the age of 88 years. Deceased, who was born in England, arrived in Australia when four years old.
He spent 35 years in Campbelltown, (N.S.W.) and for the last 45 years was resident at Downside, Yarragundry and Wagga. He leaves two sons \emdash Messrs. David Rapley (Wagga), and Ernest Rapley (Cartwright's Hill) \emdash and four daughters \emdash Mrs. H. Poile (Brucedale), Mrs. W. Hughes (Coolamon). Mrs. C. Strout (Manly), and Mrs. A. Saxon(Wagga)\emdash and a number of grandchildren and great grandchildren. The funeral is timed to leave his late residence Cartwright's Hill, to-morrow (Sunday) at a.m., for the Downside Cemetery.


 
RAPLEY William (I5984)
 
7371 «b»«i»Country News«/b»«/i» Bowen, December 10, p 1156, (1894 December 22).Quite a sensation has been created by the proceedings taken against H.W. JACOBS, who has been committed three separate times on three separate charges of embezzlement. The first charge was on information laid by Mr. E.G. SMITH for obtaining £3 under false pretences; the second on the sum of £15, the property of David KERR, of Ukalunda, and the last for £5, moneys belonging to David ANDERSON, of Pretty Bend. JACOB'S was originally clerk to Mr. James STOCKWELL, but afterwards undertook the management in Bowen for Mr. E.H. BLEASE, of this place. The Criminal Court sits to-morrow, at which JACOBS will be brought forward for trial. [ As reported by wire, JACOBS was found guilty on two charges, and sentenced to twelve months' imprisonment on each, the sentences to be cumulative. KERR David (I8227)
 
7372 «b»«i»Daily Advertiser (Wagga Wagga, NSW : 1911 - 1954) Tuesday 27 August 1940 p 2«/b»«/i»
MRS. J. RAPLEY
The funeral of the late Mrs. Jessie Rapley of Hurst-street, North Wagga, who died in a private hospital in Wagga early on Friday morning at the age of 60 years, took place in Wagga on Saturday afternoon. The large and representative cortege leaving St. Andrews Presbyterian Church, Wagga after a service had been conducted by the Rev. J. B. Rentoul, who was assisted by the Rev. G. B. Leask, was eloquent testimony to the esteem in which she was held.
Mrs. Rentoul officiated at the organ. Interment took place in the family enclosure of the Presbyterian Cemetery, Wagga, the Rev. J. B. Rentoul officiating at the graveside, assisted by Rev. G. B. Leask.
The casket was carried to the grave by Messrs. R. Rapley, W. Rapley, F. Rapley and A Rapley (sons), and E. Rapley and Gordon Rapley (grandsons). The floral tray with many beautiful wreaths was carried by Messrs. Charles Salnsbury, M. Swaysland, J. Perryman (brother) and P O'Regan.
The chief mourners at the graveside were Messrs. R. E. Rapley. W. Rapley, Fred Rapley and Arthur Rapley (sons). Miss Martha Rapley Mrs. M. Swaysland and Mrs. C. Salnsbury (daughters), Messrs. J. Perryman and A. E. Perryman (brothers), Mrs J. Perryman , (sister-in-law), Mrs. R E. Rapley, Mrs. F. Rapley, Mrs. W. Rapley and Mrs. A. Rapley (daughters-in-law), Messrs. M. Swaysland and C. Salnsbury (sons-in-law), Messrs. E. Rapley, G. Rapley (grandsons), Miss Eileen Rapley (granddaughter), Messrs Ron and Chas. Rapley, L. Perryman, Mr. and Mrs. A. Wise, Mr. and Mrs. A. Wooden, Mr. and Mrs. L Sepplngs (nephews and nieces), Mr. C. Jennings (cousin), Mr. T. Davis (brother-in-law) and Miss Cheney (niece). Relatives unable to be present were Mrs. R. M'Coullough, Mrs. Cormac (sisters), Messrs. C. and Samuel Perryman (brothers). Mrs. s. Jennings and Mrs.A. R. Ferryman.
Noticeable among the large number of friends present from all parts of Wagga and district, were Mr. H. Anderson, Mr. and Mrs Jack Anderson, Mr, and Mrs. G Ings, Mr. and Mrs F. Ings, Alf Thompson, Mrs. Keyes, Mrs. A. Nye, Mrs. Price, Mrs. H. Swaysland, Mr. and Mrs. J. Thompson, Mrs Kilo, Mr. and Mrs. p. Manteil. Mr. and Mrs. W. Turner, Mr. and Mrs. W. Taber, Miss Taber (Uranquinty), Jack Riley, Mr. and Mrs. F. Rynehart, Mr. and Mrs. W. Boyton, Mr. and Mrs. Boyton, Mr. and Mrs. McLaughlln, Mr. Parkins, Mrs. Pierce, sen., Mrs. Brown, Miss Brown, Mrs. J. Brett, Messrs. Tom Butler, Ray and H. Boyton, Mr. Cameron (representing the Douglas Body Co., Wagga), and Mr. Bennett (representing Bennett and Wood. Wagga). Among the many beautiful floral tributes were wreaths from Mr. Douglas and staff of the Douglas Body Co., Wagga, and Messrs. H. E. Anderson and Son, of Wagga.
The funeral arrangements were conducted by Mr. J. C. M'Donald, of Wagga.

 
PERRYMAN Jessie (I8404)
 
7373 «b»«i»Daily Advertiser, Wagga Wagga, N.S.W. Friday, 18th September, 1931, page 4.«/b»«/i»
MRS. A. POILE.
The funeral of Mrs. Annie Poile, of Pine Ridge, Brucedale, who died in Wagga on Tuesday at the age of 71 years, took place on Wednesday.
The cortege, which was large and representative, moved from the Methodist Church, Wagga, after a service by the Rev, N. Hedley Parr, who referred to the 'upright life led' by Mrs. Poile. The interment took place at the Methodist division of the Wagga cemetery, the Rev. N. Hedley Parr officiating.
The coffin was carried to the grave by Messrs. R. E. Rapley. W. Rapley, and J. Rapley (nephews) and C. Hamilton, K. A. M'Gilvray and C. E. Jennings. The pall-bearers were Messrs. C. H. Norman, G. N. Shephard, C. Grant, W. Dunning, J. Davidson, C. Mathews, W. Ings and E. Rapley(brother). The floral tray was carried at the church and the cemetery by Messrs. R. Morris, W. Grant, T. Davidson and J. M'Gilvray.
The chief mourners at the graveside were Mr. and Mrs. Henry G. Poile (son and daughter-in law), Mr. E. Rapley of Cartwright's Hill (brother), Mrs. L. Seppings (niece), Mrs. R. Rapley (niece), Mrs. W. Rapley (sister-in-law), Len Seppings (nephew), Valerie Seppings, Pauline Seppings and June Seppings, Miss C. Barham, Mrs. G. Hamilton (nieces), Mrs. J. Barham (sister-in-law), Miss F. A. Rapley and Miss W. Rapley (nieces) and Mr. Fred Rapley (nephew).
Among the many wreaths were some from the teachers of the Brucedale Sunday School, the Brucedale Tennis Club, and from the congregation of .the Brucedale Church. Also present at the graveside was a very large number of friends who came from Wagga, Downside, Shepherd's Siding, Bomen and Ladysmith.
The funeral arrangements wore carried out by Mr. J. C. M'Donald, of Wagga.


 
RAPLEY Annie (I6005)
 
7374 «b»«i»Daily Advertiser, Wagga Wagga, N.S.W. Friday, 24th January, 1930, page 4.«/b»«/i»
OBITUARY.
MR. H. POILE.
The death occurred at 10 'o'clock last night. at his residence, 'Pine Ridge,'' Brucedale of Mr. Henry Poile, aged 78 years. Mr. Poile was well-known in the Wagga district having lived here for 40 years. He is survived by his widow and one son, Mr. George Poile, who farms 'Pine Ridge. The funeral will take place this afternoon, the cortege leaving 'Pine Ridge' at 2.15 o'clock. The interment will take place in the Methodist division of the Wagga cemetery.
 
POILE Henry (I7325)
 
7375 «b»«i»Daily Advertiser, Wagga Wagga, N.S.W. Tuesday, 29th May, 1934, Page 2.«/b»«/i»
Obituary.
MRS. A. A. RAPLEY.
The death occurred at Goulburn, yesterday of Mrs. Abi Ann Rapley, at the age of 74 years. The deceased had lived practically all her life in the Wagga district, and at Wagga, where she was well known and respected by a wide circle of friends. She was a Miss Mowsar, and after her marriage lived at Downside where her husband followed farming pursuits. After her husband's. death Mrs. Rapley continued on the farm until her family grew, up, when she moved into Wagga. She is survived by four sons: Mr. William Rapley, of Liverpool, and Messrs Alfred (Marrar), Joshua (Downside), and George Rapley (Marrar), and one daughter, Mrs. S. Hamilton, of Marrar road, Downside. One brother, Mr. S. Mowsar, of Tooyal North and' one sister, Mrs. G. Birrell, of Sydney, also survive. Edith, when aged 14 years, and Mrs. R. Humphries, daughters, predeceased her about 20 years ago and 10 years ago respectively.
The body will be brought from Goulburn this morning and the funeral will leave the premises of Mr. J. C. M'Donald, Baylis street, at 11 o'clock to-morrow,morning for the. Methodist division of the Wagga cemetery.

 
MOWSAR Abi Ann (I6032)
 
7376 «b»«i»Death Notice - Sydney Morning Herald 27 Mar 1984«/i»WILLIAMS. Herbert Russell (Russell)«/b» - March 22, 1984 suddenly at his residence, Hurstville. Dearly loved husband of Mollie, dearly loved father of Louise, and dear brother of Gwen and Elsie. May he rest in peace. Privately Cremated. WILLIAMS Herbert Russell (I118)
 
7377 «b»«i»Death Notice - Sydney Morning Herald 8 Aug 1978«/i»CARD, Roger Russell«/b» - August 5, 1978 (suddenly) at his home 9 Twenty Second Ave, West Hoxton, Dearly loved husband of Daphne, loving father of Lesley and Joanne.
«b»«i»Funeral Notice - Sydney Morning Herald 8 Aug 1978«/b»«/i»«b»CARD.«/b» - The relatives and friends of the late Roger Russell CARD of 9 Twenty Second Ave, West Hoxton, are invited to attend his funeral, to be held in the chapel of Forest Lawn Crematoium Lepplington service appointed to commence at 11:45am. Please meet at the crematorium at 11:35am

«b»«i»Funeral Notice - Sydney Morning Herald 8 Aug 1978«/b»«/i»«b»CARD.«/b» - The Officers and members of the City of Liverpool J.E.V.C.M.C. are invited to attend the funeral of their late esteemed member ROGER RUSSELL CARD, for funeral particulars see family notice. F.C.Johnson, Pres. 
CARD Roger Russell (I204)
 
7378 «b»«i»Death Notice SMH 12 Mar 1984«/b»«/i»
LEE, William James (Bill). - March, 1984 (ex 17th Bn. A.I.F. World War 1) (suddenly), late of Cabramatta, formerly of West Wyalong, dearly loved husband of Maude (deceased), loving father of Stella, Thelma, Ken, Cyril, Bill and Beryl, fond father-in-law and grandfather of their children, sadly missed by his brother and sisters.

«b»«i»Funeral Notice SMH 13 Mar 1984«/b»«/i»
LEE - The relatives and friends of the late William James Lee are invited to attend his funeral service to be held in a chapel of Pine Grove Crematorium on Thursday (March 15, 1984) at 1.30 p.m. Please meet at crematorium. 
LEE William James (I20032)
 
7379 «b»«i»Death Notice SMH 21 Apr 1975«/b»«/i»
LEE, Beatrice Gertude Maude - April 17, 1975 at her residence, 43 Gilbert Street, Cabramatta, beloved wife of William, loving mother of Stella, Thelma, Kenneth, Cyril, William and Beryl, fond mother-in-law, dear grandmother and great-grandmother of their families and loving sister of Olive, aged 82 years. At rest.

«b»«i»Funeral Notice SMH 21 Apr 1975«/b»«/i»
LEE - The relatives and friends of the late Beatrice Gertrude Maude Lee, of 43 Gilbert Street, Cabramatta, are kindly invited to attend her cremation service to be held in the Chapel of the Pine Grove Crematorium, Great Western Highway, Eastern Creek, tomorrow (Tuesday) afternoon, at 2 o'clock. Friends please meet at crematorium chapel at 1.50 o'clock 
O'HARA Beatrice Gertrude Maude (I20031)
 
7380 «b»«i»Death Notice Sydney Morning Herald, Tues, 6 May 1986 Page 26...«/i»FRATER, Lilly Ann«/b» - May 1, 1986 late of Lindfield, widow of A H Frater, devoted mother of Barbara, Joan and Lexie, loving grandmother of her grand-children and great grand-children. Privately Cremated. THOMAS Lillian Ann (I3553)
 
7381 «b»«i»Death Notice: - «/b»Sydney Morning Herald 16 Aug 1948.«/i»«b»DUMBRELL, Edith Mary«/b». August 14, 1948. at 8 Hampden Ave, Cremorne, widow of Ernest William Dumbrell (formaly of Toronto), loving mother of Evie, Nell, Jack, Wilfred and Len. Aged 76 years.
«b»«i»Funeral Notice: - «/b»Sydney Morning Herald 16 Aug 1948.«b»«/i»DUMBRELL, Edith Mary.«/b» of 8 Hampden Ave, Cremorne, (formaly of Toronto, NSW), will leave Bruce Maurer's Chapel 287-3 Pacific Highway (near West St, North Sydney). This Monday, after service commencing at 3:15pm for the Northern Suberbs Crematorium. 
LIMEBURNER Edith Mary (I5368)
 
7382 «b»«i»Death Notice: Sydney Morning Herald, 15 Nov 1978. Page 24.FRATER, Kenneth Hay - «/b»«/i»November 14, 1978 at Hospital Narrabri, late of "Millfield" Narrabri. Dearly loved husband of Hazel loved father of Kenneth Edward and Helen, aged 59. At Rest.«b»«i»
Funeral Notice: Sydney Morning Herald, 15 Nov 1978. Page 24.«/i»FRATER -«/b» The relative and friends of the late KENNETH HAY FRATER of "Millfield" Narrabri are respectfully invited to attend his funeral which will leave St.Cyprian's Church of England, Narrabri after a service commencing at 11am Thursday November 16. Thence for internment in the family cemetery at "Millfield" Narrabri. 
FRATER Kenneth Hay (I6766)
 
7383 «b»«i»Death Notice: Sydney Morning Herald, 8 Jul 1985, Page 30.«/i»WILLIAMS, Carl Wallace«/b». - July 7 1985 at hospital, of North Wollongong. Beloved husband of the late Dorothy Williams (nee Brickwood) loved father and father in-law of Joan and Boyd Thompson (Warrawong) Donald (deceased) Beth and Doug Troth (Farnborough Hieghts) loved pa of Gary, Susan,Debra,Geffrey and Mark. Dear Great-Grandpa of their children. Aged 87 years. WILLIAMS Carl Wallace (I81)
 
7384 «b»«i»Death Notice:-«/b» Newcastle Herald, 27 November 1947.«b»«/i»DUMBRELL, Earnest William, «/b»November 22, 1947 at a private hospital at Mosman, (late of Toronto N.S.W) dearly loved husband of Edith Mary, and loving father of Evie (Mrs Shearer), Jack, Bill, Edie (Mrs Richardson), and Leonard. Aged 80 years. Cremated at Northern Suburbs Crematorium, November 24, 1947. DUMBRELL Ernest William (I5373)
 
7385 «b»«i»Divorce
1918 • London, England«/i»
«/b»Initiated by Charles Butcher. Henry Conway named as co-respondent.
 
Family F9486
 
7386 «b»«i»FRATER GEORGE HAY «/i»:«/b» Service Number - NX1964 : Date of birth - 06 Feb 1908 : Place of birth - NARRABRI NSW : Place of enlistment - NARRABRI NSW : Next of Kin - FRATER CATHERINE. Second Australian Imperial Forces Personnel Dossiers, 1939-1947.
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«b»Death Notice: The Courier (Narrabri) Tues 1 Dec 1998, page 17.«/b»«/i»F«b»RATER, George Hay«/b». 29 Nov 1998 of Point Frederick, formaly of Narrabri. Beloved husband of Daphne and loved Uncle of his Nieces and Nephews. Aged 90 years. At Peace. 
FRATER George Hay (I2705)
 
7387 «b»«i»Funeral Notice
12 Mar 1928 • Sydney Morning Herald«/i»
«/b»HILL - The relatives and friends of Mrs Irene P. Hill and family are kindly invited to attend the funeral of her late beloved husband and their father James George Henry to leave Bronte, Dowling Street, Harbord, Manly this afternoon at 1 p.m. for ...
 
HILL James George Henry (I29082)
 
7388 «b»«i»Funeral Notice
9 Mar 1932 • Sydney Morning Herald«/i»
«/b»HILL - The remains of Mrs Irene Hill of Mina, Soldiers Avenue, Harbord will be laid to rest in the Church of England Cemetery, Manly, this Wednesday at 10.45 a.m.
 
HARRIS Irene Phyllis (I29081)
 
7389 «b»«i»Funeral Notice.«/b»«/i»The death occurred suddenly at his home at 5 Elizabeth Street, Crookwell, on Tuesday, of Mr Garnet Edwards Leslie Cramp, formerly of Binda. He is survived by his wife Jessie, daughter Jean (Mrs Erroll Selmes, Wheeo) and his mother-in-law, Mrs Annie Robertson, Crookwell.
Two grandchildren, in Wendy and Paul Selmes also survive.The funeral service was held this morning at the Crookwell Uniting Church, with interment in the Wheeo Cemetery. 
CRAMP Garnet Edward Leslie (I6946)
 
7390 «b»«i»Gloucester Examiner of 29th January 1904:«/b»DEATH SUTTON. Another old resident of William Town district died on Monday in the person of Mrs Sutton, relict of Mr D.Sutton of William Town, at the age of 68. The demise of this esteemed old lady occurred at her son's residence (Mr H.Sutton) where she had been residing for some time past. Deceased was the mother of Messrs Henry, Edward, David, Thomas, Frederick , Walter and Ad.Sutton, most of whom reside in our district, while Messrs David and Fred resi de at Bulahdelah. The Sutton family were amongst the earliest associations of William Town, and it is close upon 60 years since their settlement in William Town commenced . They always bore the esteem of those who knew them and there are none better respected tha n those of the family. The remains of the deceased lady were interred at Stockton on Tuesday last, the cortege being large and representative.«/i» MAXTED Eliza Emma (I1807)
 
7391 «b»«i»GLOUCESTER JOURNAL. October 1833. FIFTY POUNDS REWARD. WHEREAS,«/b» on the Evening of Sunday, October the 20th, GEORGE SIMPEER, Gamekeeper to the Right Honourable Lord Stowell, at Chedworth, in the County of Gloucester, while endeavouring to secure GILES COATES, of Chedworth aforesaid, whome he detected in a Wood in the unlawful pursuit of Game, was deliberately fired at, within the distance of one yard, and severely wounded in the side, by the said GILES COATES, who immediately absconded, leaving behind him a short double-barrelled gun and his hat.«b»GLOUCESTER JOURNAL. 9 November 1833. BOW-STREET.«/b»- On Saturday, Giles Coates was bought up in custody of James Hall, formerly an officer of this establishment, but now a farmer, residing in Gloucestershire, charged with shooting a man named Simper, the gamekeeper of Lord Stowell, on the 20th October. It appeared that on the day above mentioned the prisoner, who is a watchmaker was poaching in the parish of Chedworth, Gloucestershire, when the gamekeeper came up and took the stock of his gun from him, upon which the prisoner hit the barrels with a knife, when the contents of the weapon entered the side of Simper, who was seriously injured. A reward of 50I. was offered for the apprehension of the prisoner, and Hall, hearing that he was in London, came to town with the intention of securing him. On that evening, witness accidently met him in Cockspur-street, and captured him. The prisoner first offered 5I. the 10I. to be let go; but witness refused his proposal, and having procured assistance, brought him to this office. The prisoner, who declined saying anything at present, was remanded till Monday, preparatory to his being sent to Gloucester to take his trial. The trial took place in the Crown Court, Lent Assizes 1834 and is recorded in detail in «b»"Watch and Clockmakers" «/b»pages 213 & 214. Judgment of death was recorded against him. The Judge intimated that it was not without considerable difficulty and anxiety he had brought himself to determine upon saving his life. Giles was later reprieved and a sentence of transportation to Van Dieman's Land substituted for it. On 12 December 1834 he sailed ? in the ship King George III which was wrecked in the mouth of the Derwent River off Hobart on 12 April 1835. Full details of this may be found on pages 252 & 253 of «b»"The Convict Ships"«/b». The sole survivor was not Giles Coates!A Physical description of Giles is to be found in the County Prison Record. "Very Dark Hair, Dark Eyebrows, Whiskers and Beard. Brown Eyes, Very Hairy Nose twisted a little to the right. Long face, rather Wide Mouth. Two Moles on Right Arm, Three Moles on the Pit of Stomach, a Great Many Moles on his Back and Shoulders. Can Read and Write. Height 5ft.2.75 inches".«/i» COATES Giles (I3878)
 
7392 «b»«i»Headstone Inscription: «/b»«/i»
SACRED
TO THE MEMORY OF THE
HON'BLE WILL'M FRATER,
WHO DEPARTED THIS
LIFE ON THE 23RD
OF OCTOBER 1839,
AGED 58 YEARS.

"BLESSED IS HE THAT
CONSIDERETH THE POOR:
THE LORD WILL DELIVER
HIM IN TIME OF TROUBLE."
"THE LORD WILL STRENGTHEN
HIM UPON THE BED OF
LANGUISHING:
THOU WILT MAKE ALL HIS
BED IN HIS SICKNESS."
PSALMN 41. VER. 1 & 3.

REQUIESCAT IN PACE.

«b»«i»A plaque inside the church reads:«/b»«/i»

SACRED
TO THE MEMORY OF
THE HON'BLE WILLIAM FRATER
WHO WAS MANY YEARS
CUSTOS ROTULORUM
AND MEMBER OF ASSEMBLY
FOR THE PARISH OF TRELAWNY,
ALSO MAJOR GENERAL OF MILITIA,
HE DIED 23RD OCTOBER
ANNO DOMINI 1839,
IN THE 58TH YEAR OF HIS AGE,
40 OF WHICH HE RESIDED
IN THIS ISLAND. 
FRATER William (I28996)
 
7393 «b»«i»Informant on Death Certificate
1907«/i»
«/b»Margaret Flany, cousin, 5 Albert Street, Waverley. This is Margaret Flanagan, born Margaret Shield, daughter of Jane Frater. She is a cousin of Mary Harris, born Margaret Isabella Frater.
 
HARRIS Harriet Vera (I29078)
 
7394 «b»«i»Inscription«/b»«/i»
In loving memory of Danile Coughlan who fell asleep April 30th 1903 aged 71 years
also Margaret Ann Coughlan, wife of the above, who died July 14th 1912 aged 75 years
also of Charles Henry Coughlan aged 10 years
and Thomas Carr Coughlan aged 28 years
sons of the above forever with the Lord 
FRATER Margaret Ann (I29603)
 
7395 «b»«i»Inscription«/b»«/i»
In loving memory of Danile Coughlan who fell asleep April 30th 1903 aged 71 years
also Margaret Ann Coughlan, wife of the above, who died July 14th 1912 aged 75 years
also of Charles Henry Coughlan aged 10 years
and Thomas Carr Coughlan aged 28 years
sons of the above forever with the Lord 
COUGHLAN Daniel (I29619)
 
7396 «b»«i»Inscription«/b»«/i»
In loving memory of Danile Coughlan who fell asleep April 30th 1903 aged 71 years
also Margaret Ann Coughlan, wife of the above, who died July 14th 1912 aged 75 years
also of Charles Henry Coughlan aged 10 years
and Thomas Carr Coughlan aged 28 years
sons of the above forever with the Lord 
COUGHLAN Thomas (I29622)
 
7397 «b»«i»Inscription«/b»«/i»
In loving memory of Danile Coughlan who fell asleep April 30th 1903 aged 71 years
also Margaret Ann Coughlan, wife of the above, who died July 14th 1912 aged 75 years
also of Charles Henry Coughlan aged 10 years
and Thomas Carr Coughlan aged 28 years
sons of the above forever with the Lord 
COUGHLAN Charles Henry (I29623)
 
7398 «b»«i»James Selmes«/b» arrived in New South Wales, Australia aged 26,' with his 24yr old wife & three children, Alfred, James & Harriet. He was a farm labourer from Brede. They settled at "Springfield" Goulburn.Departed, Gravesend, England, 23 Jul 1838. The Lady Nugent arrived in Sydney on the 27 November 1838 after a voyage of 124 days. There had been four births and two deaths during the voyage. The Surgeon reported that the passengers "all landed in excellent health".«/i»
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The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle (NSW : 1864 - 1881) Saturday 10 June 1871 p 5 Article WHEEO. (From our correspondent.) ACCIDENT«/b».-«i»On last Friday as Mr. James Selmes was proceeding to Burrowa on horeeback, and when about six miles from his own place, his horse fell, the whole weight of the animal coming on Mr. Selmes leg. It was with great difficulty that he managed to remount and get back as far as Mr. Scott's, where he was taken into the house and a messenger at once dis- patched for Dr. Bond, who promptly attended; and upon examining the leg, pronounced it to be broken. Mr. Selmes was removed to his own place in a cart, and although still suffering considerable pain is now progressing as favourably as can be expected. Weather.A great deal of rain has fallen lately; but we have not had any heavy floods. During the last few days the weather has been beautiful; but, as might be expected at this time of the year, we have had some very sharp frosts. The road from here to Goulburn is in a very wretched condition; in fact, there are but very few who are willing to risk a journey on it, and onseo quently the milling and other business which 'used to be transacted in Goulburn is now going elsewhere, and this state of things must continue until some re pairs similar to those on the Crookwell road have been effected. June 5th. «/i»

«b»Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940) Thursday 21 January 1892 p 4 Article - Accident at Wheeo. CROOKWELL«/b», «i»Tuesday.--A serious accident befel an old man named Selmes, aged 80, at Wheeo on Saturday. He was gathering wheat from a paddock when he fell from a loaded cart. At first he complained only of a pain in the side, but afterwards be became unconscious. Dr. Drought was sent for and found him to be suffering from concussion of the brain, besides internal injuries. Little hope is entertained of Selmes' recovery.
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«b»Australian Town and Country Jounal Saturday 23 January 1892 - Death«/b» - «i»News is just to hand of the death of Mr James Selmes, of Wheeo, who met with an accident on Saturday last through falling off a load of wheat. The deceased, who was 80 years of age, and who has resided here for 35 years was much respected by all classes, and his death has caused general regret.
«/i» 
SELMES James (I6818)
 
7399 «b»«i»John's birth and parents are a mystery right now.... but we are working on finding them, to start with I thought that John may of been connected to the Frater's from the Cavers area in Scotland, but now I am leaning more toward the Frater's from the Northumberland area. We have connected in round about way with Thomas Frater and Isabela Weddle families, and I woldnt be surprised if our John is a brother or cousin to Thomas. Chris :) 27/03/2018«/b»«/i»



Frater is one of the many surnames that first came to England in the wake of the Norman Conquest of 1066. The name is derived from the Old French "fraitur" meaning "brother, friar" and most likely first borne by one who was in charge of a monastery.
Records reveal the the FRATER family established themselves in Yorkshire. The written history of this distinguished name dates back as early as 1301, when Richard del Fraytour was recorded in the Subsidy Rolls of Yorkshire. Another early bearer of the name was Thomas Fraiter, who was listed in the Yorkshire Poll Tax of 1379. In later centuries, the Frater family aquired new lands as it branched into Scotland; a John Frater was living in Kelso in 1567, a John Frater was recorded in Longhauche in 1663, and a John Fratter was documented in Roughauch in 1666.
The coat of arms found for a bearer of the FRATER surname did not include a motto. Under most heraldic authorities a motto is optional componant of the coat of arms, and many families have chosen not to display a motto. 
FRATER John (I577)
 
7400 «b»«i»Memoirs of William Brunton (born abt 1877), Yarrow Cottage,Tillcoultry. 20th Feb 1962.Transcript by Agnes Moffat Brunton 1980.«/b» «/i»Thomas Frater a shepherd, who had herdings, but at one time he and two of his sons, John and Bob Frater (twins) assisted their father on a very large sheep farm, it must of been on the Cheviot Hills. Later, they moved into Melrose, were they kept cows. I remember visiting them as a teenager. They had a dairy farm in New Stead, Melrose, then later a dairy farm in Darnick, Melrose. Those two places were on the extreme boundries of Melrose, north and south. There was a big family, there was twins 2 or 3 times, my mother told me, they would of been 12 or 14 had they lived, but several died in infancy. I remember Mary Frater.«b»«i» Emailed to me by David Brunton 4th Aug 2016.«/i»
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Thomas was a shephard around the Roxburghshire area from Kelso to Melrose and Galashiels and finaly retired to live in Melrose, where his children learnt their trades and established names for themselves in football and baking, many also went into the banking trade. Decendance are still living in these areas today. 
FRATER Thomas (I12048)
 

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