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Higgins Catherine (Lavelle)

b. abt 1868 Witchbury Staffordshire d. 12/3/1950 Coledale br. Helensburgh

m. Thomas Higgins (abt 1859 - 25/8/1936 Helensburgh Son of Thomas Higgins & Mary) 1/2/1890 Chesters Hill Durham

f. Michael Lavelle m. Bridget Wall

  1. (f) Mary E Higgins b. abt 1891
  2. (m) John T Higgins b. 1893 Woonona 39709/1893
  3. (f) Margaret Higgins b. 1894 Woonona 38380/1894
  4. (f) Catherine Higgins b. 1897 Helensburgh 12807/1897
  5. (f) Alice C Higgins b. 1899 Helensburgh 12545/1899
  6. (f) Josephine Higgins b. 27/3/1901 Helensburgh 13256/1901 (Sister Martha of the Josephites)
  7. (f) Teresa M Higgins b. 1903 Helensburgh 12583/1903
  8. (f) Norah Higgins b. 1906 Helensburgh 24594/1906

Husband, father and father-in-law all coal miners.

Living Helensburgh in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties

Higgins Elizabeth

Living Crown St Wollongong in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties

Higgins Elizabeth

m. John Higgins

  1. (f) Sarah A Higgins b. 1855 bp. CofE Dapto: Wollongong
  2. (f) Mary Higgins b. 1859 Shoalhaven
  3. (m) Edward Higgins b. 1862 Shoalhaven
  4. (f) Elizabeth Higgins b. 1864 Shoalhaven

Higgins Mahalia Advizir (Seaman)

b. 1880 Goulburn d. 1/11/1959 Sydney

m. Roland Henry Higgins (abt 1876 -) 1900 Bowral

f. Robert Seaman m. Ellen

  1. (m) Muriel E Higgins b. 1901 Wollongong 37572/1901 d. 1978 (Arthur Findlay 1924)
  2. (f) Eileen M Higgins b. 1904 Millthorpe
  3. (f) Thomas Henry Higgins b. 18/7/1905 Orange

Higgins Mary

m. Thomas Higgins

  1. (f) Catherine S Higgins b. 1884 Wollongong 22860/1884

Higgins Rebecca Mary Agatha

b. 7/7/1852 Fig Tree V18521762 121A/1852 d. 8/7/1888 Wollongong

f. Hugh Higgins m. Sarah McDermott *

HIGGINS.-On July 8th, at her residence, Market-square, Wollongong. Rebecca Mary Agatha, youngest daughter of the late Hugh Higgins, of Fig Tree, Wollongong. The Sydney Morning Herald 16 July 1888

Higgins Sarah (McDermott)

b. abt 1812 Sligo Ireland d. 5/2/1874 Mount Keira br. Wollongong General

m. Hugh Higgins (1807 Sligo Ireland - 4/3/1877)

  1. (f) Elizabeth Higgins b. abt 1831 ? d. 17/12/1889 Fountaindale Kiama ( Edward Grainger 1857)
  2. (f) Mary Higgins * b. abt 1834 d. 9/3/1911 Keiraville (Andrew Young 1862 )
  3. (f) Sarah Higgins * b. 1841 RC Sydney d. 4/8/1929 Paddington ( Phillip Smith 1877)
  4. (m) Thomas Higgins b. 20/8/1840 Wollongong
  5. (f) Anne Higgins b. 15/10/1846 Fig Tree
  6. (f) Julia Higgins b. 24/5/1848 Wollongong
  7. (f) Rebecca Mary Agatha Higgins * b. 7/7/1852 Fig Tree d. 8/7/1888 Wollongong

HIGGINS.— At her residence, Mount Keira, Sarah, the beloved wife of Hugh Higgins, aged 62 years. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Tuesday 10 February 1874 p 2

Mt Keira Hotel

In 1846 Hugh Higgins built a single storey brick building with a wide veranda on the main road south of Wollongong, now 59 Princes Highway, Figtree. After Higgins returned from the Californian goldfields the building was upgraded and used as an 'Inn'. The Inn was distinguished by its rose gardens and two fig trees planted by Higgins in 1865. The fig tree on the south side still stands today.

Higgins Sarah Hannah (Corbett)

d. 1908 Paddington

m. Richard Higgins 1890 Sydney

f. Edward Corbett m. Martha P

  1. (f) Mary E Higgins b. 1892 Paddington d. 1912 Sydney
  2. (m) Thomas E Higgins b. 1893 Wollongong 39301/1893
  3. (f) Martha Edward Higgins b. 1895 Wollongong 9128/1895
  4. (f) Elizabeth Higgins b. 1896 Sydney
  5. (m) John Richard Higgins b. 1898 Paddington
  6. (m) Charles Samuel Higgins b. 1900 Paddington d. 1945 Bankstown
  7. (m) Peter David Higgins b. 1902 Paddington d. 1966 Parramatta
  8. (f) Kathleen S Higgins b. 1903 Paddington
  9. (m) Henry Higgins b. 1905 Paddington d. 1905 Paddington

Higgs Elizabeth Katherine (Behringer/Beleringer)

b. 1857 Chippendale d. 1931 Braidwood

m. Thomas Higgs (21/9/1849 Braidwood -2/3/1929 Berry Son of Jesse Higgs & Anne Jarvis) 23/11/1881 St Bede’s Appin 3351/1881

f. Charles Behringer m. Catherine Brant

  1. (m) Thomas A Higgs b. 1882 Braidwood 12862/1882
  2. (f) Ann M Higgs b. 1884 Braidwood 15246/1884
  3. (f) Cecilia C Higgs b. 1886 Braidwood 16503/1886
  4. (f) Ruby M Higgs b. 1888 Moruya 21134/1888
  5. (f) Helena J Higgs b. 1889 Moruya 20157/1889
  6. (m) George Goodwin Higgs b. 14/10/1890 Wollongong 38117/1890
  7. (f) Gladys Mary Higgs b. 3/6/1893 Garden Hill 39288/1893

Higgs Elizabeth (Purnell)

b. 1861 Jamberoo d. 16/9/1939 Jamberoo 16489/1939 br Jamberoo General

m. James Bowler Higgs (8/10/1857 Braidwood - 9 Jun 1939 Son of Jesse Higgs & Anne Jarvis) 1883 Goulburn 3490/1883

f. William Purnell m. Elizabeth Keevers *

  1. (m) George Higgs b. 1884 Kiama 23372/1884
  2. (f) Annie Higgs b. 1885 Robertson (James W Pearson 1907)
  3. (f) Mary Higgs b. 1887 Robertson
  4. (f) Elizabeth Higgs b. 1888 Robertson (Frederick A Neilson 1924)
  5. (f) Ellen J Higgs b. 1890 Robertson (William V Vidler 1911, Reinhart Schenk 1934)
  6. (m) James Higgs b. 1892 Robertson
  7. (f) Ada M Higgs b. 1894 Kiama 17629/1894
  8. (m) Jesse Albert Higgs b. 1896 Robertson
  9. (m) John H Higgs b. 1898 Robertson
  10. (m) Thomas Rod Higgs b. 1902 Robertson

Lived at Pheasant Ground near Robertson. Husband was a farmer and maintained the Jamberoo Mountain road for the council, they then moved to Drawalls (Bob’s Flat) and then in about 1929 they returned to Jamberoo.

Obituary The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal (NSW : 1899 - 1947) Wednesday 20 September 1939 p 2 Article

Higgs Selina (Shepherd)

b.1861 Half Moon Mongarlowe d. 10/8/1953 Randwick br. Braidwood

m. Joseph Higgs (17/3/1853-15/7/1939 Braidwood Son of Jesse Higgs & Anne Jarvis) 1884 Braidwood

f. Lynn Shepherd m. Harriet

  1. (f) Ethel Higgs b. 1885 Braidwood (Grey)
  2. (m) Arthur Higgs b. 1888 Kiama 26381/1888 d. 1937 Goulburn
  3. (m) George Higgs b. 1890 Kiama 17784/1890 d. 1890 Kiama
  4. (m) Alfred Higgs b. 1891 Kiama 18021/1891 d. 1919 Newtown
  5. (m) Leslie Higgs b. 1897 Braidwood
  6. (f) Harriett L Higgs b. 1899 Braidwood (Miller)
  7. (m) Albert Higgs b. 1901 Braidwood d. 1983


By the passing of Mrs. Selina Higgs, which occurred at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Miller, in Sydney, on 10th August, the Braidwood district loses another of its grand old pioneers, a lady who had been a splendid citizen and who enjoyed the respect of everyone who had the privilege of her acquaintance.

Born at Half Moon, Mongarlowe, 92 years ago, she was a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Shepherd, who had come to the district in the early days attracted by stories of the rich gold strikes being made in the locality of Mongarlowe. These old settlers lived there for some time, going on a farm after the gold rush had petered out. That farm still goes by the name of “Shepherd's.” Their daughter, Selina, was married at Braidwood to Mr. Joseph Higgs, member of another fine old family, the couple going to Jamberoo, where Mr. Higgs was employed for some years. Later they came back to Braidwood, acquiring a farm at Meroo, which, they worked for many years and which is still being run by one of the sons, Leslie. Her husband predeceased her 18 years ago.

The late Mrs. Higgs was a quiet, reserved lady, who took no part in public affairs, devoting all her life to her own home and to her family. A kindly, hospitable old soul and a generous neighbour, her good deeds were done unostentationsly and without any desire for publicity or thought of reward. The Higgs' home was noted for its hospitality. In later life the couple were familiar figures in Braidwood on shopping day as they drove in by horse and sulky to secure their provisions.

About eight years ago Mrs. Higgs went to Sydney to live with her daughter, Mrs. Miller, and remained there till the time of her death. She had enjoyed good health for practically the whole of her life, being able to get about till some six months ago.

A family of one daughter, Harriett, Mrs. Miller, of Sydney, and two sons, Leslie (Meroo) and Albert (Braidwood) survive, to whom the “Review” extends sincere sympathy. A daughter, Mrs. W. Gray and two sons, Arthur and Alfred, predeceased her.

The funeral took place at Braidwood on 12th August, Rev. E. Cutcliffe officiating at the service at the church and also at the graveside. The Braidwood Review and District Advocate (NSW : 1915 - 1954) Tuesday 1 September 1953 p 2

Highland/ Hiland Margaret see Young

Highland Margaret Theresa (Mannise)

d. 1924 Marrickville

m. Charles John Highland ( abt 1854- 17/6/1908 Annadale Son of Gustavius Highland & Sophia) 1880 Wollongong 5478/1880

f. John Mannise m. Bridget/Brigid

  1. (m) Charles Albert E Highland b. 1882 Waterloo d. 1955 Glen Innes
  2. (f) Hilda May Highland b. 1883 Waterloo d. 25/11/1892 Annandale
  3. (f) Elsie M M Highland b. 1886 Sydney (George Carter)

Her husband was a pioneer in the supply of electricity in NSW see


Richard May, Annie Roberts, Frederick Alfred Taylor, and Margaret Theresa Highland, conspiracy. The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Wednesday 11 December 1907 p 7

Charged with conspiring to pervert the course of justice but was acquitted.

Hilder Anne (Balmer)

b. abt 1831

m. Edgar Hilder (abt 1831 St Leonards, Sussex, England- 1910 Newtown)1853 Newington Surrey

Ship: Emma 1857

  1. (m) George Walter Hilder b. abt 1855 d. 1885 Woolloomooloo (Annie Tonzell Smith 1880)
  2. (f) Maud Hilder b. abt 1857
  3. (m) Alfred J Hilder b. 1858 Camden 6091/1858
  4. (f) Isabella A Hilder b. 1861 Wollongong 14461/1861
  5. (f) Anne Hilder b. 1863 Wollongong 15103/1863
  6. (f) Alice A Hilder b. d. 1863 Wollongong
  7. (f) Grace E Hilder b. 1865 Wollongong 17027/1865
  8. (f) Martha Hilder b. 1867 Wollongong 17926/1867 (William G Platt 1891)

Hilder Elizabeth Ann

Living at Kiama in 1903 Electoral Roll – Domestic Duties

Hilder Philadelphia (Hilder)

b. 7/3/1816 Mountfield Sussex d. 1869 Elderslie /Camden

m. James Hilder (11/2/1814 Mountfield Sussex -8/6/1910 Elderslie Son of Jesse Hilder & Mary Sellens)

f. James Hilder m. Mary Dollage

  1. (m) Benjamin Hilder b. 14/1/1841 Dapto bp. Weslyan Methodist Sydney d. 1/9/1886 Gunning
  2. (f) Mary Hilder b. 25/3/1843 Wollongong bp. Weslyan Methodist Sydney d. 1932 Burwood
  3. (f) Eliza Hilder b. 1845 bp. Weslyan Methodist Wollongong
  4. (m) James Hilder b. 1848 bp Weslyan Methodist Camden
  5. (m) James Hilder b. 1851 bp. CofE Camden
  6. (f) Harriet Hilder b. 1854 bp. CofE Camden
  7. (f) Sarah J Hilder b. 1856 Camden
  8. (m) William J Hilder b. 1859 Camden

Hiles Emily (Weller)

b. 1871 Backforest d. 27/11/1938 Bulli cr. Woronora

m. John Joseph Hiles 1892 Sydney

f. John Weller m. Ann

  1. (f) Violet M Hiles b. 1893 Nowra (A A Glass)

Living Bulli in 1903 Electoral Roll –Hospital matron

Husband a hospital attendant/ wardsman


After having been a patient in Bulli Hospital for over two month's, and for the last few days of which she was in an unconscious state, Mrs. Emily Hiles passed peacefully away in that institution at' 9:30 o'clock last Sunday night, death being due to cerebral haemorrhaee.

At the special wish of deceased, the funeral was of a private nature, leaving the hospital at 2:30 p.m. on Monday, and proceeding to the crematorium at Woronora, where a Church of England service was conducted.

For some time past her health had been noticeably failing, and every care and attention was given by her husband and daughter and other friends, including Mrs. M. Ansell, who came over from West Australia, two months ago especially to help and comfort her friend of many years standing.

The late Mrs. Hiles, who was 67 years of age, was born at Backforest, on the Shoalhaven River, being a daugher of the late John and late Ann Weller, well-known identities of that far South Coast district. Always strong and vigorous as a girl of only 16 years, she went to her first appoint ment as a nurse at the mental asylum at Callan Park, where she remained five years and met her future husband, who also was an employee at that institution, and to whom she was married at the age of 21 years, the young couple moved off to Kangaroo Valley and entering into business.

However, the call of hospital work had its claim on both and after two years they accepted the dual positions in control of the hospital at Singleton, which they retained for five years and then their enterprise prompted them to open a private hospital in the same town and they continued with it for a couple of years, until the call came from Bulli; and at the latter town; in 1902, they took up dual positions, as at Singleton, in control of Bulli Hospital. In 1908 both resigned, as Mr.

Hiles had been selected as Health Inspector for Bulli Shire Council, but deceased had so established herself inthe confidence of all sufferers, that she was persuaded by Dr. Dixon to act as nursing assistant at his Bulli surgery, and in which capacity, she continued at the same surgery alternately with Dr. Dixon, Dr. McPherson and Dr. Crossle over a period of many years.

In 1925 deceased went to Cessnock with her husband, latter being appointed Health Inspector for the local Council, but after a couple of years they returned to Bulli.

The late Mrs. Hiles won, the love and respect of everybody in the community who had the privilege of her nursing attention, her capability, thoroughness and human understanding, being, exceptional, and her kindly and charitable advice and help was never failing when required by all and sundry. Unconsciously she won her way to the rank of perhaps one of the district's most outstanding lady personality, and she retained that honorable status right to the end.

During the Boer War she was of great service in Red Cross work at Singleton, and at Bulli she was readily, among the band or ladies who formed the local branch of the Red Cross Society during the last war, and it was stated by herself that one of her greatest pleasures in life was to be visited in Bulli Hospital only a couple of months ago and be presented with a Red Cross long service medal. The humane work as a nurse, and the public spiritedness of this lady will remain forever in the minds of the vast number privileged to know her.

Sympathy is being freely conveyed, not only locally but from other States In the Commonwealth, to the sorrowing husband and daughter (Violet, Mrs A. A. Glass, of Lane Cove), who have truly suffered an Irreparable loss. There are two grandchildren Joan and John. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Friday 2 December 1938 p 14

Hill Ann (Gummer)

b. 1825 South Petherton Somerset d. 21/11/1905 Bulli br. St Augustine’s Bulli

m. Charles Hill (South Petherton Somerset-6/7/1879 Bulli Son of William Hill & Mary Grinter) 19/3/1849 South Petherton

f. Samuel Gummer m. Harriet (Father buried with her and her husband)

Ship: 1857 Tarter

Occuaption Dressmaker

  1. (f) Mary Elizabeth Hill b. 5/2/1850 Sth Petherton
  2. (f) Dinah Hill * b. 29/5/1852 Sth Petherton d. 3/3/1934 Appin (William Loveday 1871)
  3. (m) William Hill b. 24/4/1855 Sth Petherton
  4. (m) James Hill b. 8/10/1858 Bulli 13521/1858 d. 22/2/1917
  5. (m) John Hill b. 9/11/1860 Bulli 14038/1860 d. (Elvira Doyle * 1895)
  6. (f) Harriet Hill * b. 14/3/1863 Bulli 14988/1863 (Daniel Harrison 1885)  
  7. (f) Emma Hill * b. 31/1/1868 Bulli 18086/1868 d. Clifton ( Samuel Bishop 1889)
  8. (f) Mary Ann Hill * b. 4/8/1871 Bulli 19608/1871 d. Woonona (John Warren 1901)

Living Bulli Pit in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties

Husband a journeyman wheelwright carpenter and sawyer who became bankrupt in 1864. He had been ill and not worked for the last 3 months while his wife had also been ill for 6 months. He owed monies to eight tradesmen in Bulli and Wollongong. Three others owed him monies.

Hill Annie Julia (Lutton)

b. 4/9/1871 Ultimo d. 26/2/1837 Kogarah br. Woronora

m. Augustus Walter Hill (1867 St George -1939 Sutherland Son of Rowland A Hill & Ann Elizabeth) 1/9/1891 Surrey Hills

f. David Lutton m. Teresa Elsie Stephens

  1. (m) George Augustus Hill b. 1897 Newtown 5630/1897 d. Nowra
  2. (f) Mabel Victoria Hill b. 1892 Marrickville
  3. (f) Elsie T Hill b. 1894 Newtown
  4. (m) Stephen H Hill b. 1899 Hurstville
  5. (f) Violet M Hill b. 1901 Helensburgh 22698/1901
  6. (f) Heather Jean Hill b. 18/10/1903 Helensburgh 30642/1903 d.
  7. (f) Emma Beatrice Hill b. 5/3/1906 Helensburgh 13906/1906
  8. (f) Sylvia S Hill b. 1908 Sutherland
  9. (f) Edith A Hill b. 1911 Sutherland

Hill Annie Mary Elizabeth (Wales)

b. abt 1866 d. 7/9/1912 br. Helensburgh

m. William Henry Hill ( -30/12/1912 Son of William Hill & Elizabeth)1884 Woonona 5428/1884

f. Isaac Wales m. Mary Coulthard *

  1. (f) Mary Elizabeth Hill b. 1884 Woonona 23056/1884 d. 22/6/1958 (David Gash )  
  2. (f) Violet Millecent Hill b. 1887 Woonona 25181/1887 d. 1968 Wollongong (Charles E Jackson 1911)
  3. (m) William Hill b. 1889 Woonona 24702/1889
  4. (m) David John Hill b. 1891 Woonona 39086/1891 d. 16/5/9/1948 Helensburgh (Mary E Read)
  5. (m) Thomas Vincent Hill b. 1894 Woonona 38352/1894 d. 1953 Newtown
  6. (f) Myra M Hill b. 1896 Helensburgh 22115/1896
  7. (m) Isaac Gladstone Hill b. 1898 Helensburgh 21862/1898 d. 1968 St Leonards  
  8. (m) George R Hill b. 1900 Helensburgh 22621/1900
  9. (m) Albert E Hill b. 1902 Helensburgh 22554/1902 d. 1902 Helensburgh
  10. (f) Merla M Hill b. 1903 Helensburgh 21645/1903
  11. (f) Madeline Harriet Hill b. 1905 Helensburgh 33889/1905 d. 7/1/1990 (John C Clarke)  
  12. (f) Myrtle A Hill b. 1906 Helensburgh 24621/1906 d. 1906 Helensburgh
  13. (m) Leslie Clifton Henry Hill b. 1907 Helensburgh 35899/1907 d. 29/11/1974 ( Margaret Cox)
  14. (m) Frederick L Hill b. 1911 Helensburgh 28691/1911 d. 1911 Helensburgh
  15. (m) Lawrence J Hill b. d. 1912 Helensburgh

Living Helensburgh in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties

Husband a miner who became insolvent in 1896

Husband a storekeeper at Bulli Insolvent in 1884

HILL.—Sept 7, at her residence, Vera-street, Helensburgh. Annie Mary Elizabeth, the beloved wife of William Henry Hill, in her 46th year. South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus (NSW: 1900 - 1954) Friday 13 September 1912 p 13

Hill Catherine (Coffey/Coffee)

b. abt 1814 Tipperary d. 21/9/1884 Wollongong br. Wollongong Espisc.

m William Whiffen Hill (1805 Cambridge- 14/8/1875 Wollongong) 18/9/1837 Charcoal /Dapto

f. John Coffee m. Margaret Rourke

Ship: pos Lady McNaghten 1837

  1. (f) Martha Hill * b. 1838 CofE Dapto/Wollongong d. 1902 Mt Kembla ( Thomas Morris 1853)
  2. (m) William Hill b. 1841 bp. Presbyterian Wollongong
  3. (f) Margaret Hill b. 29/3/1843 Wollongong d 1846
  4. (f) Mary Ann Hill * b. 14.08.1845 Springhill d. 22/7/1924 Wollongong (Joseph Judd 1861)
  5. (m) John Hill b. 1848 bp. CofE Dapto:Wollongong
  6. (f) Hannah Hill b. 1851 bp. CofE Dapto: Wollongong d. 1863 Sydney
  7. (f) Maria Hill * b. 22/12/1853 ( Ira Parsons 1878)
  8. (f) Susan /Susannah Hill * b. 11/3/1857 Bandy Creek 12213/1857 (James Williamson 1885)

When the Lady Macnaghten set sail from Cork Harbour, it contained over 400 emigrants from Ireland, and a sprinkling from England and Scotland, but when it limped into Sydney Harbour in February 1837, disease was raging on board and the immigrants and crew were dying from typhoid.

HILL. — On the 21st inst., at the residence of Mr. Ira Parsons, Catherine Hill, relict of the late William Hill, aged 70 years, leaving six children, thirty grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren to mourn their loss. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Tuesday 23 September 1884 p 2

Hill Clara (Spratt)

b. Hargraves d. 8/12/1939 br. Woronora

m. Alfred Johnstone Hill (-29/4/1945 Kogarah Son of William Hill & Margaret Melody) 12/10/1898 Sydney 6915/1898

f. Thomas Spratt m. Mary

  1. (m) Noel Sleeman J Hill b. 1900 Kiama 32344/1900 d. 1970 Sydney
  2. (f) Viola A M Hill b. 1903 Kiama 21929/1903
  3. (m) Vincent William Alfred Hill b. 1906 Kiama 24975/1906 d. 3/3/1997 Killara
  4. (m) Owen Thomas Henry Hill b. 10/6/1908 Jamberoo 25595/1908 d. 14/7/1987 Earlwood

Living Jamberoo in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties. Husband a bank manager.

A marriage was celebrated recently at St Phillip's Church between Mr. Alfred Johnstone Hill, of Jamberoo, and Miss Clara Spratt, of Newtown. The bride, who was given away by Mr.Edmund O'Dwyer, wore a dress,of white silk, with chiffon: trimming, hat ensuite. She was attended by two bridesmaids, Miss Hill and Miss Dent, who were dressed alike in white lawn. Mr. .William Hill; acted as best man, while. Mr Robert Hill was groomsman. After the ceremony Mrs. Hill held a reception at Quong Tart's rooms, and entertained about 100 guests… Among the Invited guests were: Mr. and Mrs. R. Wells-Humbley, Mr. and Mrs. Edmund O'Dwyer, Miss Spratt, the Misses Dent, Miss Hill, Rev. W. A. Charlton, Mr. and Mrs. Rodger, Mr. and Miss O'Dwyer,-Miss Rich, Mr. and Mrs. Ward, and many others. Australian Town and Country Journal (NSW: 1870 - 1907) Saturday 29 October 1898 p 42

Husband worked for the English, Scottish and Australian Bank at Jamberoo.


On Friday morning, 8th inst, Mrs. Clara Hill, wife of Mr. A. J. Hill, passed away at her late residence, 5 Carlton

Street, Kogarah, after a short illness, during which she was under medical supervision, and carefully attended to by her daughter, Viola; daughters-in-law, Mrs. Noel Hill and Mrs. Owen Hill, together with Mrs. Coram (nurse), all of whose efforts she deeply appreciated

Deceased was born at Hargraves, near Mudgee, and was a daughter of the late Thomas and Mary Spratt. After her marriage she resided at Jamberoo, where her husband was manager of the E.S. and A. Bank till 1926, when they removed to Sydney. On Saturday, 9th idem, the Rev. Thomas Knox, a former Rector of the Church of England, Jamberoo, conducted a short service at the Funeral Chapel of Mrs. P. Kirby & Son, Ltd., Rockdale, after which the funeral left for the Church of England portion of the

Woronora Cemetery, Sutherland. At the graveside the Rev. Mr. Knox, who also performed the last sad rites, made fitting reference to the life of the deceased.

The pall-hearers were her three sons and nephew, Ted Dent, and it never dawns upon us that our dear one is leaving us till the coffin is being lowered into the grave. Besides her loving husband, the following also mourn the loss of one who was very dear to them: Noel, Vincent, Owen (sons), Viola (daughter). Beverley (grand-daughter), Nancy and Gwen (daughters-in-law), and her only surviving sister, Louisa. The St George Call (Kogarah, NSW : 1904 - 1957) Friday 15 December 1939 p 2

Hill Elizabeth

Living Helensburgh in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties

Hill Elizabeth

m. Joseph Hill

  1. (m) George Hill b. 1873 Kiama 12288/1873
  2. (m) Joseph Hill b. 1877 Kiama 13855/1877
  3. (m) Ernest Hill b. 1879 Wollongong 26055/1879

Hill Elizabeth Ann

b. abt 1875 d. 25/5/1957 Bulli br. Bulli General

m. Thomas Hill ( abt 1870 -9/7/1943 Son of Thomas Hill & Mary Ann)

f. John Vivian m. ?

  1. (m) Thomas Hill b. 1894 Broken Hill d. 22/3/1917 France
  2. (m) Henry David Hill b. 1900 Woonona 36977/1900 d. 1963 Bulli

Living Woonona in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties. Husband a farmer.

Hill Elvira A (Doyle)

b. 1873 Picton d. 1907 Woonona

m. John Hill (9/11/1860 Bulli – Son of Charles Hill & Ann Gummer *) 1895 Woonona

f. Patrick Charles Doyle m. Kate Winifred

  1. (m) Charles Hill b. 1895 Woonona 28660/1895 d. 1933 Bulli
  2. (m) John Owen Hill b. 1897 Woonona 27813/1897 d. 1941 Campbelltown
  3. (m) Oliver O Hill b. 1900 Helensburgh 31998/1900
  4. (m) James A Hill b. 1904 Woonona 8787/1904
  5. (f) Madeline Hill b. 1905 Woonona 9543/1905
  6. (f) Cecilia M Hill b. 1907 Helensburgh 3891/1907

Living Bulli Pit in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties. Husband a carpenter.

Hill Emily Ada (Sweetman)

b. 1869 Patricks Plain d. 1922 Cessnock

m. John Richard Edgar Hill (abt 1863-1938 Toronto Son of John Hill &) 1894 Ballina

f. George Sweetman m. Jane

  1. (m) John Richard Edgar Hill b. 1897 Casino d. 1972 Tamworth
  2. (m) Arthur Kenneth Hill b. 1898 Casino d. 1968 Cessnock
  3. (f) Violet H Hill b. 1900 Casino
  4. (m) Eric H Hill be. 1903 Wollongong
  5. (f) Emily A Hill b. 1904 Dapto

Living Kannahooka Rd Dapto in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties. Husband a labourer.

Hill Ethel Margaret Helena (Taylor)

b. 1872 Kiama d. 17/9/1915 br. Wollongong General

m. Edward J Hill (1872 Wollongong - 8/12/1925 Sydney Son of Patrick Hill & Margaret) 27/11/1895 St Francis Xavier’s 7964/1895

f. James Taylor m. Mary Hayes *

Both living Wollongong

  1. (f) Ida Mary Taylor b. 5/4/1898 Kembla St Wollongong 17444/1898
  2. (m) James Edward John Hill b. 25/10/1900 Mt Kembla 36874/1900
  3. (m) Sydney G Hill b. 1902 Wollongong 37558/1902

Living Loftus St Wollongong in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties Husband a salesman

Hill Louisa J (Williams)

d. 6/8/1907 Redfern br. Rookwood

m. Albert Henry Hill 1892 Kiama 4442/1892

  1. Annie C Hill b. 1895 Glebe
  2. Dorothy L Hill b. 1897 Glebe

Hill Margaret Ann (O’Dowd)

b. abt 1875 d. 25/5/1946 Appin br. Bulli General

m. James Hill (abt 1867-29/11/1952 Appin Son of Thomas Hill & Ann) 1894 Wollongong 7490/1894

f. Michael J O’Dowd m. Ellen

  1. (f) Elizabeth Ann Hill b. 17/12/1894 Balgownie 9228/1895 (Jennings)
  2. (f) Emma Hill b. 1896 Woonona 27319/1896
  3. (f) Minnie CE b. 1898 Woonona 27265/1898 d. 9/7/1919
  4. (m) Michael J O’Dowd Hill b. 1900 Woonona 28027/1900
  5. (f) Hilda R Hill b. 1902 Woonona 37745/1902 (Roberts)
  6. (m) James W J Hill b. 1904 Woonona 38689/1904
  7. (f) Edith M Hill b. 1907 Woonona (Houghton)
  8. (f) Lillian Hill b. 1909 Woonona
  9. (m) Thomas J Hill b. 1911 Woonona

Living Woonona in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties. Husband a farmer.


Mrs. Margaret Hill, a former resident of Bulli, who, for the past ten years had resided at Appin, passed away at her home at Appin last Saturday, aged 71 years. The deceased had been an invalid for many years and will be remembered by friends who knew her whilst at Bulli.

Her husband, Mr., James Hill, and a grown up family survive her.

The funeral left her late residence for St., Joseph's Church, Bulli, and after a service conducted by Father O'Farrell, the cortege proceeded to the Bulli Catholic cemetery where the remains were laid to rest. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW: 1856 - 1950) Friday 31 May 1946 p 7

Hill Margaret (Robertson)

b. abt 1813

m. Samuel Hill also known as Benjamin Hill 1839 CofE Dapto; Wollongong

Convict Permission to Marry Index 1839 Wollongong

Ship: Numa 1834

Sentence: 14 years

  1. (m) Benjamin W Hill b. 1839 CofE Dapto/Wollongong

Hill Maria/Mary

Unmarried or no father listed

  1. (m) Edward Rowles Hill b. 1873 Wollongong 20754/1873 (Ethel Taylor * 1895)

On sons marriage he has no father listed.

Hill Mary (McMahon)

b. abt 1815 Dublin d. 14/2/1889 br. Wolongong General

m. Samuel Hill 12/6/1939 Schoolroom Wollongong

He of Five Islands she of Wollongong

Convict Permission to Marry Index 1843 Wollongong

Ship: Diamond 1838

Convict record:

7 Years
1837 Dublin City
Prior Convictions
receiving stolen goods
Prior Convictions
3 months
Could read
5’ 2 ½” Ruddy and freckled hair light sandy brown eyes grey
Small blue streak inside lower right arm, scar on palm of left hand near the little finger, large broad scar inside right wrist

Hill Phillipa (Prideaux)

b. 1868 White Hills Bendigo d. 1918 Newtown

m. Henry Hill 1887 Berrima

f. George Jeffery Prideaux m. Phillipa Simmons

  1. (m) Henry M Hill b. 1888 Sydney d. 1898 Glebe
  2. (f) May Hill b. 1890 Granville
  3. (f) Eliza E Hill b. 1895 Sydney
  4. (m) Robert Hill b. 1897 Glebe
  5. (f) Ivy P Hill b. 1901 Albion Park 10042/1901
  6. (m) James Morgan Hill b. 1910 Nowra d. 1978 NSW

Hill Rachael Emma (Lee)

b. abt 1857 Shropshire d. 25/7/1943 Heddon Greta br. Kurri Kurri

m. James Hill (abt 1863-6/9/1947 Son of James Hill & Frances later O’Neil) 1881 Paddington

f. John Mulhall Lee m. Rosanna

Ship: Nineveh 1879

  1. (m) George A E A Hill b. 1885 Lambton
  2. (m) Timothy J Hill b. 1888 Woonona 25766/1888
  3. (f) Elizabeth S Hill b. 1890 West Wallsend (Powell)
  4. (m) Edward I Hill b. 1892 West Wallsend
  5. (m) William Hill b. 1893 West Wallsend
  6. (f) Rachel M Hill b. 1894 West Wallsend (Crawley)
  7. (m) Frederick C Hill b. 1896 West Wallsend
  8. (f) Jane H Hill b. 1898 West Wallsend (Cook)
  9. (f) Ivy M Hill b. 1900 West Wallsend

Hill Sarah

m. John Hill

  1. (f) Lily F Hill b. 1891 Wollongong 38391/1891

Hill Susan Reed Russell (Glasson)

b. 1841 Breage Heslton Cornwall d. 7/7/1922 Chatswood br. Chatswood

m. Rev. William Hill ( abt 1832 -6/12/1899 Chatswood ) 25/10/1865 Blayney

f. William Glasson m. Susan Russell

  1. (f) Lucy Glasson Hill b. 1866 Rockhampton Qld d. 13/7/1948 Grafton (Edwin Alfred Mitchell 1890)
  2. (m) Hubert Carvossa Hill b. 6/4/1870 Weslyan Parsonage Kiama 11270/1870 d. 1934 Perth
  3. (m) Edwin Russell Hill b. 1872 Parramatta
  4. (m) Archibald Usher Hill b. 1874 Parramatta d. 1946 Patersham
  5. (f) Dora Marion Winifred Hill b. 1875 Yass d. 1969 Parramatta

Before their marriage her husband, a Wesleyan minister, worked in SA and Tonga. He afterwards work in Rockhampton Qld, Newcastle, Yass, Kiama, Parramatta, Gunning, Wagga, Penrith, Hay and East Maitland

HILL.— On the 6th instant, at the Wesleyan Parsonage, Kiama, the wife of the Rev. W. Hill, of a son. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Tuesday 12 April 1870 p 2

Hillard Mary see Madden

Hills Martha (Peggrem/Pegram)

b. 1833 Hertfordshire ch. 6/4/1833 Buckland Hertfordshire d. 1873 Crookwell

m. William Hills (abt 1830 Hertfordshire -) 1850 Royston Hertfordshire

f. Edward Pegram m. Mary Gilby

Ship: John and Lucy 1857

  1. (m) Alfred Hills b. abt 1853 Hertfordshire d. 1914 Crookwell
  2. (m) James Hills b. abt 1855 Hertfordshire d. 1889 Crookwell
  3. (m) Male Hills b. 1857 St Leonards 3910/1857 d. 1857 St Leonards
  4. (m) Edward Hills b. 1858 St George 3805/1858 d. 1864 Wollongong
  5. (f) Sarah A Hills b. 1860 Wollongong 14055/1860
  6. (f) Edith E Hills b. 1862 Wollongong 15052/1862
  7. (m) Joseph E Hills b. 1864 Wollongong 16636/1864
  8. (m) 1867 Wollongong 17954/1867 d. 1948 Crookwell
  9. (f) Alice J Hills b. 1869 Wollongong 19941/1869 d. 1887 Crookwell

Husband a farm labourer on immigration record. Her husband was a free selector at James’ Valley in 1872 near Crookwell when he discovered a young family who had suffocated while burning charcoal in an enclosed room. She as a witness at the inquest.

Hillsdon Catherine Agnes (Dillon)

d. 10/6/1941 Redfern br. Woronora

m. Richard Felix Hillsdon (abt 1871 – 1919 Mascot Son of Richard Hillsdon & Louise) 1901 Ashfield

f. John Dillon m. Ann

  1. Richard John Hillsdon b. 1902 Helensburgh 22563/1902 d. 1928 Randwick
  2. Vincent feix Hillsdon b. 1909 Waterloo
  3. Francis James Hillsdon b. 1911 Waterloo d. 4/8/1981

Husband died in the 1919 influenza epidemic.

HILLSDON. - June 10, 1941, at her residence, 95 Sutherland Street, Mascot, Catherine Agnes, relict of the late Richard Felix Hillsdon, and beloved mother of Richard John (deceased), Vincent Felix, and Francis James. Requiescat in pace. The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW: 1842 - 1954) Wednesday 11 June 1941 p 10

Hilton Annie

m. John Hilton

  1. (m) James Anthony Hilton b. 1899 Albion Park 765/1899 d. 1967 Albury

(May have been an error in transcription on BDM’s need to check the certificate)

Hilton Christiana (Gibson)

b. abt 1856 Northumberland d. 15/7/1930 Lithgow

m. Joseph Hilton (abt 1850 Lancashire- ) 1874 Morpeth Northumberland

f. Richard Gibson m. Rebecca

Ship: Pericles 1877

  1. (m) William Hilton b. abt 1874 Northumberland
  2. (f) Christiana Hilton b. abt 1876 Northumberland d. 1879 Wollongong
  3. (f) Rebecca Hilton * b. 1878 Hartley 14254/1878 d. 1956 Bulli   ( Thomas Howson 1897)
  4. (m) Richard Gibson Hilton b. 1881 Woonona 19029/1881
  5. (f) Margaret Ann Hilton b. 1884 Woonona 23071/1884 d. 1969 Penrith ( John Roberts 1903)
  6. (m) Joseph Hilton b. 1888 Wollongong 25646/1888 d. 19/5/1916 KIA France (Mabel Powell 1910)
  7. (f) Alice Hilton b. 1891 Woonona 38998/1891
  8. (m) John Kippax Hilton b. 1894 Woonona 38372/1894 d. 1970 Newcastle   (Jeanie Davidson 1921)
  9. (m) Edward Hilton b. 1897 Woonona 18063/1897

Himus Ellen (Hall)

b. abt d. 20/7/1919 Garden Hill br. Wollongong General

m. Walter Himus (1862 Westminster Middlesex - 21/6/1910 ‘Fairholme’ Garden Hill Son of George Himus & Jessie Kirby) 1887 Wollongong 5376/1887

f. Robert Hall m. Sarah

Living Loftus St Wollongong in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties. Husband a draper.


Mrs W. Himus died at her residence on Garden Hill, early on Sunday morning last. She had been ailing for some time past, but although her condition was regarded as serious, it was not thought that her end was so near.

The lateMrs. Himus was an old resident of Wollongong, and with her husband who predeceased her by about 10 years, carried on a very successful business in this town for many years.

She had a wide cirle of friends, and while of a quiet and retiring disposition was very much admired for her sterling character. Mrs. Himus was a sister of the late Mrs. Gray, of Keiraville, and Mrs. Geo. Dobing is a niece.

We extend our heartfelt sympathy to all the relatives on their bereavement. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW: 1856 - 1950) Friday 25 July 1919 p 4

Her husband lived in Capetown South Africa for 3 years and the Kimberley for a year before he arrived in Wollongong.

Hinchey Katie (Anderson)

d. 1919 Brisbane Qld br. Nundah Qld

m. John Hinchey 5/1/1889 Kiama

f. John Anderson m. Jane Ramsay

  1. (m) Harold J Hinchey b. 15/10/1889 Kiama 25212/1889 d. 1972 Qld
  2. (m) Douglas John b. 1892 Kiama 18602/1892 d. 1970 Qld
  3. (f) Annie E Hinchey b. 1901 Maclean

HINCHEY–ANDERSON.—January 5, 1889, at Christ Church, Kiama, John Hinchey, Kiama, to Kate, only daughter of Mr. John Anderson, of Liverpool, England. The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser (NSW : 1863 - 1947) Tuesday 5 March 1889 p 2

HINCHEY.-The Friends of Messrs. HAROLD and DOUGLAS HINCHEY are respectfully invited to attend the funeral of their deceased Mother, Mrs. J. Hinchey, to move from her late residence, Jackson-street, Whinstanes, THIS (Saturday) AFTERNOON, at 2 o'clock, to the Nundah Cemetery. The Brisbane Courier (Qld: 1864 - 1933) Saturday 2 August 1919 p 4

Husband a tailor.

Hincks Sarah (McGillivray)

b. abt 1851 Nairn Nairnshire d. 1889 Sydney br. Rookwood

m. James Hincks (25/3/1847 Sydney -1914 Redfern Son of Mark Hincks & Annie ) 7/10/1870 Camperdown

f. John McGillivray m. Mary A *

  1. (f) Katie Hincks b. abt November 1869 d. 3/4/1870 Sydney ?
  2. (m) James E Hincks b. 1871 Kiama 11619/1871
  3. (m) Charles Walter Hincks n. 1873 Kiama 12322/1873
  4. (f) Frances A M Hincks b. 1876 Kiama 13579/1876
  5. (m) Sydney Mark Hincks b. 1875 Kiama 13097/1875
  6. (f) Maude Edith Hincks b. 1879 Sydney
  7. (m) John Percival Hincks b. 1881 Sydney
  8. (f) Mabel Hincks b. 1885 Sydney
  9. (m) George H Hincks b. 1886 Sydney
  10. (m) Alfred O Hincks b. 1888 Sydney

Husband a saddler.

On the 7th October, by special license, at St. Stephen's Church, Camperdown, by the Rev. R. Taylor, James Hincks, saddler, of Kiama, eldest son of Mr. M. Hincks, Regent-street, Kingston Estate, Newtown, to Sarah, eldest daughter of the late John M'Gillivry, cabinet maker, of Kiama. Evening News (Sydney, NSW: 1869 - 1931) Saturday 5 November 1870 p 2

On the 3rd April, at her grandmother's residence No. 1, tougham Place, after a long and lingering Illness of bronchitis,

Katie Hincks the only infant daughter of Mr. James Hincks, saddler of Kiama, and late of Newtown, Sydney, and niece of Mr. and Mrs R. M'Laughlin late of Bathurst, aged six months. Evening News (Sydney, NSW : 1869 - 1931) Monday 4 April 1870 p 2

THE FRIENDS of Mr JAMES HINCKS are kindly solicited to follow the remains of his beloved WIFE, Sarah, 38, to her last resting place, the Necropolis, Rookwood; leaving his residence, 455, Harris-street, Ultimo, THIS (FRIDAY) AFTERNOON, at 2 o'clock. The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW: 1842 - 1954) Friday 1 March 1889 p 10

Hindes Annie

Living at Riversdale Kiama in 1903 Electoral Roll – Domestic Duties

Hindmarsh Ann (Evans)

b. Dapto d. 21/3/1895 Robertson br. Kiama General

m. William Rutter Hindmarsh (28/6/ 1829 Gerringong - 6/5/1914 Robertson Son of Michael Hindmarsh & Cecilia Rutter *) 17/4/1861

f. Evan Robert Evans m. Sarah Jane Roberts *

  1. (m) William Rutter Hindmarsh b. 15/1/1862 Gerringong 8411/1862 (Eva Miller * 1884)
  2. (m) Michael Evan Hindmarsh b. 3/8/1865 Gerringong 9778/1865 d. 27/6/1937 Drummoyne (Kate Florence Ayers *1899)
  3. (f) Cecilia Sarah Hindmarsh * b. 1868 Ulladulla 17139/1868 d. 1950 Sutherland (Walter J Cocks 1914)
  4. (f) Ann Isabella Hindmarsh b. 26/12/1870 Milton 17906/1870 d. 5/5/1937 Cronulla (William R Goulding 1895)
  5. (f) Jane Hindmarsh b. 1874 Kiama 12687/1874
  6. (m) Sidney Stephen Hindmarsh b. 21/11/1875 Gerringong 13395/1876 d. 1947 Waverley (Mary Jane Palmer * 1901)
  7. (f) Elizabeth Essie Hindmarsh b. 26/6/1884 Gerringong 23459/1884

On the 17th instant at St. Luke's Church, Dapto, by the Rev. W. W. Simpson, R. Hindmarsh, Esq., of Gerringong, to Ann, second daughter of Evan Evans, Esq., of Penrose Villa, Dapto. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Tuesday 23 April 1861 p 2

The Late Mrs. Hindmarsh.

We briefly chronicled in our last issue the death of a well and favourably known resident of this district in the person of Mrs. Hindmarsh, wifo of Mr. W. R. Hindmarsh, sen,, J, P., of Robertson, which occurred on Thursday afternoon last, and aroused wide spread sympathy. The deceased lady was a daughter of the late. Mr. E. R.: Evans, of Dapto, at which place she was born and spent the early years of her life. After her marriage with Mr. Hindmajsh the couple removed to Ulladulla, where they resided for several years, subsequently returning to Gerringong for a lengthy period, and ultimately settling in Robertson, where the family has resided for the past eleven years. The late Mrs. Marshall (?) was respected by all who knew her and her kindly neighborly disposition made her scores, of friends. Her family of three sons and three daughters will not fail to remember her true motherly affection and tenderness, and her devoted husband, to whom she was greatly attached, feel deeply the removal of ouch a worthy partner. The bereaved family has the sympathy of a very large number of friends throughout the South Coast and Robertson districts, and we join in the many expressions of regret ot the demise of a valued citizen, an amiable wife, and a good mother.

The deceased lady leaves three sisters and a brother among those who mourn her departure.

Those comprise Mrs. M. N. Hindmarsh (Kiama), Mrs F D Badgery (Sutton Forost), Mrs Ritchie (widow of the late Robert Ritchie, of Bega), and Mr. E. R. Evans (Dapto).

The cause of death was dropsy, from which the deceased had suffered from some time past, and her age at the time of her death was 56 years. Her remains were brought from Robertson to Kiama on Saturday afternoon, followed by a large gathering of relatives and sympathisers from the Robert son and Kiama districts' and were interred in the public cemetery at Porter's Garden, The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press (NSW : 1892 - 1948) Wednesday 3 April 1895 p 3

Hindmarsh Annie (Bones)

d. abt 1844 d. 30/4/1899 North Kiama br. Kiama General

m. Robert Hindmarsh ( 14/2/1849 Alne Bank Gerringong -26/10/1921 Son of Michael Hindmarsh & Cecilia S Rutter *) 1898 Redfern

f. William Edward Bones m. Elizabeth A

Eldest daughter

Death Of Mrs. Robert Hindmarsh.

IT is our sad duty to record the somewhat sudden death, on Sunday night last, of Mrs, Annie Hindmarsh wife of Mr, Robert Hindmarsh, of North Kiama. The deceased lady was in her usual health on Saturday last, and staying with her and her husband were two friends, Mr. and Mrs Viel, of Sydney, On Sunday morning at about two o'clock the deceased had a had attack of retching and purging However she was fairly well through out Sunday, being quite cheerful up to bed time. All retired to rest at about 9 p m. Mr Hindmarsh was dozing off, when he heard his wifebreathing heavily. He got up and spoke to her, but she did not answer.

He then struck a light and saw that his wife was very pale, and apparently unconscious. Mr Hindmarsh immediately called Mr. and Mrs. Vial, and ran into town for Dr. Baith. That gentleman hurried to the patient, but to found life to be extinct. The desceased had the appearance of having died very peacefully in her sleep Failing to arrive at a direct opinion as to the cause of death, Dr. Baith made a POST MORTEM examination, which revealed the fact that death was due to heart disease…. The deceased lady was 53 years of age…. The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal (NSW : 1899 - 1947) Wednesday 3 May 1899 p 2

Hindmarsh Anna Maria (Roberts)

b. 3/7/1861 Kiama d. 1/12/1939 Mosman br. Gerringong General

m. Thomas Alfred Hindmarsh (30/4/1843 Gerringong -24/7/1908 Kiama Son of Michael Hindmarsh & Cecilia Rutter * ) 23/9/1885 Braidwood

f. Charles Henry Roberts m. Catherine Ann Oakenden *

  1. (m) Charles Thomas Hindmarsh b. 22/9/1886 Kiama 25147/1886 (Rosa C Sanders 1915)
  2. (f) Ethel May Hindmarsh b. 15/5/1889 Kiama 25144/1889 d. 1967 (Edward Lloyd Sanders 1911)
  3. (f) Clarice Anna Hindmarsh b. 1891 Kiama 17995/1891 d. ( Reginald R Green 1914)
  4. (f) Olive K Hindmarsh b. 1893 Kiama 18633/1893 (A B Jamieson)
  5. (f) Maude Mary Hindmarsh b. 31/3/1897 Kiama 13207/1897 d. 1983 (Eric S Cornwell 1923)

Living Alne Bank in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties. Husband a farmer.

District sympathy is extended to Mr. C. T. Hindmarsh, of “Alne Bank” Gerringong, in his bereavement through the death of his mother, Mrs. Anna Maria Hindmarsh, which occurred on Saturday last at Clifton Gardens, Mosman at the age of 78. The late Mrs. Hindmarsh was a Miss Roberts, member of an old and respected Braidwood family, and married Mr. Thomas A. Hindmarsh, who predeceased her some years ago. During her residence in Gerringong she made a wide circle of friends and assisted all movements for the progress of the district, and was a splendid neighbour, remembered for her many acts of kindness. She is survived by one son, Mr. C. T. Hindmarsh, and four daughters, Mesdames E. L. Sanders (Roseville), Rae Green (Mosman), A. B. Jamieson (Huntley, New Zealand) and E. S. Cornwell (Clifton Gardens). Following a service at the Mosman Congregational Church, the remains were cremated and will be interred at Gerringong. The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal (NSW : 1899 - 1947) Wednesday 6 December 1939 p 2

Hindmarsh Catherine Cecilia

b. 1868 Kiama 10608/1868 d. 1958 Chatswood

f. Robert Hindmarsh m. Mary Jane Kendall *

Living at Collins St Kiama in 1903 Electoral Roll – Domestic Duties

Hindmarsh Cecilia Sophia (Rutter)

b. 15/6/1808 Parramatta d. 1/10/1869 Alne Bank Gerringong

m. Michael Hindmarsh (abt 1800-25/1/1867 Alne Bank ) 15/8/1826 Campbelltown

f. William Rutter m. Charlotte Robinson

  1. (m) George John Hindmarsh b. 22/9/1827 Campbelltown (Jane Potter * abt 1860)
  2. (m) William Rutter Hindmarsh b. 28/6/ 1829 Gerringong V 18310652 1C/1831 d. 6/5/1914 Robertson CofE Campbeltown St Peters (Ann Evans * 1861 )
  3. (f) Charlotte Alice Hindmarsh * b. 22/4/1831 Alne Bank Gerringong V183110653 1C/1831 ( Thomas Black 1850)
  4. (m) Michael Nesbit Hindmarsh b. 14/1/1833 Alne Bank Gerringong V1833571 17/1833 bp. CofE Campbeltown St Peters (Sarah Evans *)
  5. (f) Cecilia Sophia Hindmarsh * b. 8/12/1834 Gerringong V1834683 19/1834 d. 17/6/1913 Arncliffe (William Walter Ewin 1858)
  6. (f) Hannah Isabella Hindmarsh * b. 5/2/1837 Alne Bank Gerringong CofE Dapto/Wollongong V18371008 21/1837 d. 1919 (Robert Wilson 1864)
  7. (f) Catherine Newell Hindmarsh * b. 20/6/1838 Alne Bank Gerringong V18384184 45B/1838 bp. Presbyterian Wollongong (William H Wilford 1859)
  8. (m) Robert Hindmarsh b. 14/2/1840 Alne Bank Gerringong bp. Presbyterian Wollongong V18404206 45B/1840 Presbyterian Wollongong d. 26/10/1921 ( Mary Jane Kendall * 1865, Mary Martha Prescott * 1873, Annie Bones * 1898)
  9. (m) Thomas Alfred Hindmarsh b. 30/4/1843 Alne Bank Gerringong V18424267 45B/1842 d. 24/7/1908 K iama (Anna Maria Roberts * 1885)
  10. (f) Ellen Caroline Hindmarsh b. 20/2/1846 b Alne Bank Geringong V1847850 49/1847 d. 1/10/1847 Alne Bank Geringong V1847850 49/1847
  11. (f) Margaret Hindmarsh b. 15/9/1847 Alne Bank Gerringong d. 8/10/1847 Alne Bank Geringong
  12. (f) Jane Elizabeth Hindmarsh * b. 15/9/1847 Alne Bank Gerringong Presbyterian Illawarra District Kiama (Henry Rudolph Allerding 1870 )
  13. (m) Frederick James Hindmarsh b. 16/6/1850 Alne Bank Gerringong V1850468 51/1850 bp.   Presbyterian Illawarra District Kiama (Jane Ann Davis * 1873)
  14. (f) Emma Lee Hindmarsh * b. 23/6/1852 Alne Bank Gerringong V18521430 51/1852 d. 14/4/1921 (James Comrie Lloyd 1872)

At Allen Bank, Illawarra, on the 15th Sept. the wife of Mr. Michael Hindmarsh, of twin daughters. The Maitland Mercury & Hunter River General Advertiser 29 September 1847

Sisters- see Caroline Blake Kendall and Catherine Newell Cooper Husband died leaving a family of 12.

In Illawarra in 1828 Census

HINDMARSH. — On Friday, the 1st instant (October, 1869), at half past 12 a.m., Cecelia Sophia Hindmarsh, widow of the late Michael Hindmarsh, Esq , J. P., at her residence, Alne Bank, Gerringong in the 63rd year of her age, after severe suffering, which was borne with resignation and unwavering faith in her Redeemer. Born in Sydney N S W. A large family in the colony mourn their loss. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Friday 8 October 1869 p 2

Hindmarsh Elna Muriel

Living at Terralong St Kiama in 1903 Electoral Roll – Domestic Duties

Hindmarsh Eva (Miller)

b. 9/2/1863 Rose Valley d. 26/6/1946 Robertson

m. William Rutter Hindmarsh (15/1/1862 Gerringong – 6/5/1914 Robertson Son of William Rutter Hindmarsh & Ann Evans *) 20/4/1884 Kiama 5488/1884

f. James Miller m. Agnes Brown *

  1. (m) Charles E Hindmarsh b. 20/3/1885 Robertson
  2. (m) Arthur W Hindmarsh b. 1886 Robertson
  3. (m) Alick J Hindmarsh b. 1888 Robertson
  4. (m) Stanley R Hindmarsh b. 1890 Robertson
  5. (f) Muriel A Hindmarsh b. 1891 Robertson
  6. (f) Doris A Hindmarsh b. 1897 Robertson
  7. (m) Colin Hindmarsh b. 1899 Robertson

HINDMARSH.—March 20th, at Taballa, Robertson, the wife of W. R. Hindmarsh, jun., of a son. The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser (NSW : 1863 - 1947) Tuesday 21 April 1885 p 2


By death recently of Mrs. Eva Hindmarsh, wife of Mr. W. R. Hindmarsh, of “Renfrew,” Robertson, the district has lost one of its pioneers.

Eighty-three years of age at the time of her death, Mrs. Hindmarsh was the eldest daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. J. Miller, of Gerringong. She married William Rutter, eldest son of the late Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Hindmarsh, at Gerringong on 30th April, 1885 and came with her husband to “Alnwick,” Robertson.

Twenty-five years ago they moved to “'Renfrew,” which was named after the place in Scotland from which the Miller family came to Australia.

Mrs. Hindmarsh was an outstanding personality and her life was that of a great mother, whose hand of love and sympathetic understanding went out to all. She took a keen interest in the work of the Presbyterian, Methodist and Anglican Churches at Robertson right through her life.

The late Rev. J. H. Craig, who for over 20 years was in charge of the Moss Vale-Robertson district, said that Mrs. Hindmarsh's home and influence were a great blessing to Mrs. Craig and himself during his ministry there. All ministers found a ready welcome and real hospitality at her home.

An active part was taken by Mrs. Hindmarsh in the Methodist Church and the C. of E. Ladies' Guild, also the Robertson Hospital Auxiliary; she was keenly interested in these activities throughout her life. In addition, she was a member of the Robertson A. and H. Society for over sixty years and took a real interest in all its work particularly in the flower and cooking sections. At the 1946 show she arranged several exhibits in the flower section whilst confined to her bed through illness.

She was a great lover of flowers, and her garden at “Renfrew” was one of the joys of her life.

Mrs. Hindmarsh took a great interest in the babies of the district, sending along a gift of beautifully worked clothing to the mother. Such gifts are now precious in many homes. She had a wonderful memory and had a very wide circle of friends with whom she corresponded regularly right to the last. During her long life she shared the joys and sorrows of everyone in the district.

The funeral was very largely attended. There was a representative gathering when she was laid to rest in Robertson cemetery beside four of her children who had predeceased her. Rev. Rolph and Rev. D. J. Munro (Bowral) officiated. Many beautiful flowers were in the large number of wreaths sent by relatives and friends.

Mrs. Hindmarsh is survived by her husband, two sons (Alec and Stan), and one daughter, Doris (Mrs. A. P. Schofield). Her nephew,

Mr. Bruce Sharpe, was really her foster son, as she took him into her home at the age of 18 months when his mother died and gave to him the same loving care as to her own family. Messrs. Jim and John (Gerringong), Charlie (Nowra), George (New Zealand), Daisy (Mrs. H. E. Sharpe, Ballina) are brothers and sister of the deceased lady. The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal (NSW : 1899 - 1947) Wednesday 21 August 1946 p 3

Hindmarsh Hannah

b. 23/12/1801 Alnwick Northumberland England d. 10/04/1860 Rose Bank Kiama

f. George Hindmarsh m. Alice Urpeth

Cause of Death: cancer of stomach

Ship: Caledonia12 April,1845

Occupation: Head mistress, school teacher

Hannah was orphaned at the age of 7, raised by relatives, trained as teacher- then practiced as a Governess with the first families of Scotland followed by appointment to Miss Duncan’sYoung Ladies School in Edinburgh. After years of persuasion by her elder brother, she departed The Downs in the barque”Caledonia” traveling in luxury with 7 passengers, arriving at Port Jackson on the 12.4.1845. She followed her brother’s instruction and went straightway to Mr Iredale’s Ironmongery Store in George Street to be instructed by his son-in-law-Robert Hindmarsh, a fellow of Alnwick. She was accomodated by Robert Cooper jnr at Charlotte Point, Georges River. He was married to one of the famous Kiama/Gerringong Rutter sisters Catherine Cooper then Chapman, Caroline Kendall and Cecelia Hindmarsh *

After a sojorn in Sydney developing contacts with Mrs William Blaxland- a Ladies School Pioneer, she traveled to “Alne Bank”, Gerringong catching up with oldest brother George-Michael & Cecelia & the expanding new clan. The girls had previously requested her portrait which was delivered in 1837.

Michael gave both Hannah & George a one acre town block from the 1840 first town auction-Hannah’s was on the south-western corner of the intersections of Collins & Terralong Streets in Kiama. She built her Home/School there calling it “Rose Bank”. Her Home/School attracted Young Lady Borders from across NSW ie Moss Vale, Sydney, Wollongong continuing the high reputation she developed in Scotland. She was actively involved in the commencement of the Presbyterian Church. A well in front of her house supplied families in central Kiama. Adjacent to the well was the Hindmarsh Bubler watering pedestrians in the Terralong Street footpath.

Another great act was bringing out with her, English Oak Acorns.These were germinated @ ‘Alne Bank’& planted in front of her house as twins.

Her accomplished task was the delivery of 14 of Michael’s letters to her- back to Australia which now reside in the David Mitchell Library in Sydney. They now now give great insight into Early Colonial Life & little clues to give other associations. This Brave, Thoughtfull & Caring Woman now had closed the links for the commencements of this new Dynasty

The following are comments made about Hannah’s Life:

  • She lived teaching for many years with some of the First Families of Scotland & then taught @ Miss Duncan’s School for Young Ladies in Edinburgh
  • She created a flourishing First Home/School for Young Ladies in the Illawarra, made provision in her will for a replacement female teacher from Scotland & funding for the Schools Future.
  • Her Pupils were taught to Discern & Love her Excellences

To her dying day she was in constant contact correspondence with her Scottish./NSW Ex pupils.

Hannah was a supporter of Everything Good in Kiama- connected with her Church or Not!!

At Rose Bank, Kiama, on the 9th instant, Miss Hannah Hindmarsh, in the 58th year of her age. Empire 12 April 1860

Hindmarsh Helena Muriel (Bailey)

b. 16/6/1879 St George d. 7/9/1967 Lismore br. East Lismore Cemetery

m. Robert Walter Hindmarsh (abt 1871 -17/53/1949 Nowra Son of Robert Hindmarsh & Mary Jane Kendall *) 23/4/1902 “Brundah” Kiama

f. Alfred Bailey m. Margaret Kendall Marks *

  1. (f) Kathleen M Hindmarsh b. 1903 Kiama 3939/1903
  2. (f) Norma W Hindmarsh b. 1904 Kiama 23098/1904
  3. (m) John Hindmarsh b. 1907 Kiama 14372/1907
  4. (m) Mark Rawson Hindmarsh b. 1909 Bellingen 12098/1909 d. 1948 Orange
  5. (f) Ethel H Hindmarsh b. 1911 Bellingen 37680/1911

Hindmarsh Jane (Potter)

b. abt 1835 Surrey England d. 17/11/1904 Kiama br. Gerringong General

m. George John Hindmarsh (22/9/1827 Campbelltown -4/3/1918 Gerringong Son of Michael Hindmarsh & Cecilia Rutter *) 1859 Victoria

f. John Potter m. Jane

  1. (m) Michael John Hindmarsh b. 21/11/1859 Gerringong 7681/1860 d. 1936 Kiama ( Mary Cecilia Lloyd 1906)
  2. (m) George Thomas Hindmarsh b. 26/6/1861 Kiama 8203/1861 d. 6/6/1916 (Isabel Mary Barrie 1886 )
  3. (f) Isabella Fanny Hindmarsh * b. 24/7/1864 Kiama 9423/1864 d. 29/7/1952 (David Galloway Richardson 1892)
  4. (f) Cecilia Sophia Hindmarsh * b. 18/7/1866 Kiama 9558/1866 d. 17/11/1927 Gerringong ( William Nelson 1888)
  5. (f) Jane Emma Hindmarsh * b. 19/6/1868 Kiama 10637/1868 d. 9/12/1947 Berry ( Stuart Campbell Pottie 1895)
  6. (f) Sarah Ann Hindmarsh b. 29/9/1870 Kiama 11394/1870 d. 19/8/1898 Gerringong
  7. (f) Alice Ada Hindmarsh * b. 9/2/1873 Gerringong 12287/1873 d. 13/6/1949 Kiama (David Francis Bailey 1909)

Living Gerringong in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties. Husband had independent means


The late Mrs. Geo. Hindmarsh, who passed away on the 17th November, was born in Surrey, England, but when only a child came with her parents to Victoria, and there her childhood and early girlhood days were spent, until brought by Mr. G. Hindmarsh as a young bride to Gerringong, and here, with the exception of the first few years, the remainder of her life was spent at their well known home, 'Ivy Mount,' so named from the ivy planted by her own hands about the home. One conspicuous memento which

will be remembered as long as it stands on 'the hand now still,' is an old tall tree with spreading branches, entirely mantled with the clinging vine-fitting emblem of the hearts which will ever cling to the memory of a loved and devoted wife and mother…. (long obituary) The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal (NSW : 1899 - 1947) Saturday 17 December 1904 p 2

Hindmarsh Jane Ann (Davis)

b. abt 1853 Newtown d. 13/7/1945 Goulburn br. Emu Flat

m. Frederick James Hindmarsh ( 16/6/1850 Alne Bank Gerringong – 5/7/1911 Braidwood Son of Michael Hindmarsh & Cecilia Rutter *) 1873 Newtown

f. Joseph Davis m.

  1. (f) Lilly Emmeline Hindmarsh b. 1874 Kiama 12636/1874
  2. (m) Herbert Edward Hindmarsh b. 1875 Kiama 13270/1875
  3. (f) Elsie M Hindmarsh b. 1878 Newtown
  4. (f) Ethel Ceclia E Hindmarsh b. 1880 Newtown
  5. (f) Florence G Hindmash b. 1883 Kiama 21719/1883
  6. (m) Joseph F Hindmarsh b. 1886 Newtown
  7. (f) Millicent A Hindmarsh b. 1890 Braidwood
  8. (m) Walter R Hindmarsh b. 1897 Baidwood


Yet another of our worthy old pioneers has passed over 'The Great Divide,' Mrs. J. A. Hindmarsh, widow of the late Mr. Frederick J. Hindmarsh, of the well-known Jinden Station. The grand old lady's death occurred in Goulburn Hospital on Friday night. She had reached the great age of 92. About 16 or 17 months ago she had the misfortune to fall and break her hip, but prior to that had been able to get about. After a spell in hospital in Goulburn she made a wonderful recovery and was able to come home, but was unable to get about, being practically bedridden. At the end of last March she had again to enter hospital, remaining there till her death. Only a couple of days before she died the old lady was in great heart, singing and relating stories of the olden times. Up till then her faculties were perfect. She was truly a remarkable old lady. When it was known she was dying her sons, Joseph and Walter, daughter, Flo (Mrs. C. Dempsey) and Mrs. Walter Hindmarsh hurried down to Goulburn to be with her when the end came.

Her granddaughter, Dorothy, is nursing at the hospital.

Born at Newtown, where her father, the late Mr. Davis, had a butchering usiness for many years, she married Mr. Fred Hindmarsh there, and they went to Gerringong, where her husband conducted a big dairy farm, and also owned another at Robertson.

Later they came to the historic old Jinden property, which had been purchased from Mr. Frank Mason. That would be about 70 years ago. Her husband died in 1911. The hospitality of the Hindmarsh family was known far and wide. No matter what traveller or swagman called at Jinden they were always welcome and sure of a good meal and a camp. Kind and generous to a degree, the old lady derived much pleasure in making others happy. A true and extremely loyal woman, she made a host of friends throughout the district, and there were many sad hearts when it was known that she had passed away. Her good deeds were legion, but they were done quietly, unobtrusively and with no desire for any reward or publicity.

The fine old lady was a Christian in the fullest sense of the word.

What a remarkable memory the late Mrs. Hindmarsh possessed! When in reminiscent mood she could relate stories of the olden days that kept her listeners deeply interested. Those were the good old days, she often remarked, but one wondered after hearing some of her experiences whether those times were so good after all.

These old pioneers had none of the amenities we have to-day. Often, she told of her 'pleasure' trips to Gerringong with her husband. They drove there from Jinden in a buggy and pair. The first night they got as far as 'Caloola,' then owned by the Hassall family, and next night saw them at the Sassafras. Another stay was made at Nowra, and then they arrived at their destination. These long trips were nothing to these hardy old pioneers. While at home she thought nothing of jumping on a horse and riding over to Krawarree or to Jerrabatgully through wild, uninhabited country, often carrying one of the children on the saddle in front of her.

An excellent piano player and singer, she was splendid company, and no party was complete without her. She often expressed amusement at the fuss being made at the present time over the dingo menace and referred to her early days at Jinden. Then it was quite impossible to run sheep, she said, as wild dogs were there in thousands.

The first time they started to wean the calves when they went there these were shut up in a three-rail split fence at Snowball. Next morning the cows could be heard bawling and making a great noise. When Mr. Hindmarsh and his men arrived they found no fewer than 28 calves dead the first morning, torn about by dingoes. Strychnine was laid and it is said that between 50 and 60 dogs were destroyed.

In accordance with the old lady's expressed wish her remains were brought to Emu Flat, where they were laid to rest beside her husband in the Church of England cemetery. Her daughter, Mrs. McKinney, is also buried there. The service was conducted by Rev. Rose, Mrs. Morris having charge of the arrangements. A family of six survive, viz., Lillian (Mrs. Eb. Davies, Sussex Inlet), Herb (Casino), Florence (Mrs. Con Dempsey, Emu Flat), Joseph (Gundillion), Topsy (Mrs. Mick Kain, Randwick), and Walter (Jinden), to whom our sincere sympathy is extended. Two daughters, Elsie (Mrs. Taylor) and Nellie (Mrs. McKinney) predeceased her. The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal (NSW : 1888 - 1954) Friday 20 July 1945 p 2

Hindmarsh Kate Florence (Ayres)

b. 1870 Ballarat Vic d. 28/3/1940 Moss Vale br. Bong Bong

m. Michael Evan Hindmarsh ( 3/8/1865 Gerringong – 27/6/1937 Drummoyne Son of William Rutter Hindmarsh & Ann Evans *) 1/2/1899 Helensburgh

f. William Henry Ayres m. Catherine Williams ?

  1. (m) Claude W Hindmarsh b. 1900 Robertson
  2. (m) Harleigh E Hindmarsh b. 1901 Robertson
  3. (f) Gweneth A Hindmarsh b. 1904 Robertson
  4. (f) Annice E Hindmarsh b. 1906 Lismore
  5. (m) Everitt S Hindmarsh b. 1908 Lismore


The death of Mrs. Kate Florence Hindmarsh on 28th March, briefly recorded in last issue of The Mail, removed from nour midst another old district pioneer. Mrs. Hindmarsh had been indisposed for only a few days and her death came as a shoc to her many relatives and friends.

Mrs. Hindmardi was the youngest child of the late Mr and Mrs. Ayres, and was born in Ballarat in 1870. She married the late Mr. Michael Evan Hindmarsh in 1899 and lived the greater part of her life at Robertson. After spending a tew years at Rosebank, Richmond River, about 17 years ago, Mr. and Mrs. Hindmarsh moved to ' Kalube,' Moss Vale, where they both resided until the end.

The funeral on Friday last was largely attended. Services at the house, and at the graveside were conducted by Rev. H. G. S. Begbie, assisted by Rev. Hugh Paton and Rev. G. Wadkin. The remains were in terred in Bong Bong Cemetery beside those of her late husband…. The Southern Mail (Bowral, NSW : 1889 - 1954) Friday 5 April 1940 p 2

Hindmarsh Mary Jane (Kendall/Rondale)

b. 1843 Dapto d. 2/5/1872 Ulladulla

m. Robert Hindmarsh ( 14/2/1840 Gerringong -26/10/1921 Kiama Son of Michael Hindmarsh & Cecilia Rutter * ) 1865 Ulladulla

f. John Kendall m. Catherine *

  1. (f) Catherine C Hindmarsh * b. 1868 Kiama 10608/1868
  2. (f) Mary E Hindmarsh b. 1870 Kiama 11218/1870
  3. (m) Robert Walker Hindmarsh b. 1871 Kiama 11665/1871 d. 17/53/1949 (Helena Muriel Bailey * 1902)

Hindmarsh Mary Jane (Palmer)

b. 1874 Shoalhaven d. 1949 Waverley

m. Sydney Stephen Hindmarsh (21/11/1875 Gerringong- 1947 Waverley Son of William Rutter Hindmarsh & Ann Evans *) 1901

f. Henry George Palmer m. Anna Maria

  1. (f) Gladys M Hindmarsh b. 1901 Wollongong 37583/1901
  2. (m) Houston S Hindmarsh b. 1903 Wollongong 17640/1903
  3. (f) Rita A Hindmarsh b. 1905 Wollongong 9349/1905
  4. (m) Alan E Hindmarsh b. 1908 Bellingen

Living Campbell St Wollongong in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties

In 1942 her husband was a real estate agent.

Hindmarsh Mary Martha (Prescott)

b. abt 1843 d. 12/4/1897 Gerringong 5046/1897 br. Gerringong

m. Robert Hindmarsh ( 14/2/1840 Gerringong -26/10/1921 Kiama Son of Michael Hindmarsh & Cecilia Rutter * ) 1873 Paddington

f. William H Prescott m. Elizabeth

  1. (m) Edward Hindamrsh b. 30/7/1874 Gerringong 12718/1874
  2. (m) Henry Ernest Hindmarsh b. 31/10/1875 Gerringong 13266/1875
  3. (m) William N Hindmarsh b. 8/7/1878 Finden Station
  4. (m) Percival Prescott Hindmarsh b. 1880 Kiama 16753/1880
  5. (f) Elizabeth E Hindmarsh b. 26/11/1882 Kiama 20225/1882
  6. (f) Mary E Hindmarsh b. 1885 Kiama 24193/1885

HINDMARSH. -November 26, at Sea View, Kiama, the wife of Robert Hindmarsh, Esq., of a daughter. The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Thursday 30 November 1882 p 1

THE death roll in our district during the past couple of days is particularly heavy.

Mrs. Robert Hindmarsh, of Gerringong, passed away to her long home yesterday after a lingering illness. Deceased suffered for some time previous to her death from pleural effusion, which was eventually the cause of her demise. Mrs. Hindmarsh was 45 years of age, and leaves behind her many relatives, including Mr. M. N. Hindmarsh, Mayor of Kiama. Though not unexpected, her death leaves a void in the midst of her many relatives and friends, with whom we join in sympathy.

Deceased remains will be interred at the Gerringong cemetery, to-day, the funeral cortege leaving her late residence at 1.30   p.m. The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser (NSW : 1863 - 1947) Tuesday 13 April 1897 p 2

Hindmarsh Sarah (Evans)

b. 21/3/1843 d. 17/10/1931 br. Kiama General

m. Michael Nisbit Hindmarsh (14/1/1833-8/1/1912 Kiama) 17/4/1862 Dapto 3255/1862

f. Evan Robert Evans m. Sarah Jane Roberts *

  1. (m) Alfred Nesbit Hindmarsh b. 1874 Kiama 12593/1874
  2. (m) Nesbit Evans Hindmarsh b. 1880 Kiama 16815/1880 d. 1950 Kiama (Margaret Bailey )
  3. (m) Thomas O Hindmarsh b. 1882 Kiama 20197/1882 d. 1883 Kiama

Living at Rosebank Kiama in 1903 Electoral Roll – Domestic Duties

HINDMARSH-EVANS-April 17th, at Dapto, by special license, by the Rev. Robert Wilson, of the Independent Church, Gerringong, Michael Nisbet Hindmarsh, son of Michael Hindmarsh, Esq., J.P., of Gerringong, to Sarah Evans, daughter of Evan Evans, Esq., Dapto.SMH 21 May 1862

KIAMA, Friday.

The death has occurred of Mrs. Sarah Hindmarsh, widow of the late Michael N. Hindmarsh, aged 88. She was the daughter of the late Mr. Evan Evans, one of the early pioneers of the Dapto district. The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Saturday 24 October 1931

Hindworth Mary (Morne)

m. Charles Hindworth/ Hunworth 8/7/1846 Wollongong Roman Catholic Illawarra; Wollongong V184670 123

Both resident of Wollongong

Hines see also Hynes

Hines Margaret (Connor/ Connery)

m. John Hines 1851 Presbyterian Wollongong V18514491 74B

  1. (m) James Hines b. 5/5/1852 Mount Keera V18521749 121A/1852

Hines Sabina / Obina (Hukins)

b. abt 1826 Woodchurch Kent England d. 1894 Sydney

m. William Alexander Hines (abt 1818 -11/12/1903 Glebe )

f. James Hukins m. Susannah Fullager *

  1. (m) William Crittendon Hines b. d. 1905 Sydney (Matilda Ward 1871)
  2. (m) Frank Hines b. d. 1925 Temora
  3. (f) Cassandra Hines b. 1850 663/1850 V1850663 35
  4. (f) Susanna Adelaide Hines b. 1851 V18511974 38A/1851 (Arthur W Nixon 1878)
  5. (m) James A Hines b. 1854 bp. CofE Jamberoo; Kiama ; Shoalhaven V18544664 42B/1854
  6. (f) Elizabeth Ann Prudence Hines b. 1856 Kiama 5252/1856  (Charles H Harvey 1878)
  7. (m) Reuben Hines b. 1859 Kiama 8296/1859 d. 1906 Coonamble
  8. (m) John R Hines b. 1861 Kiama 8073/1861 d. 1908 Newtown
  9. (m) Henry Hines b. 1863 Kiama 155/1863 d. 1904 Sydney
  10. (f) Sabina J Hines b. 1865 Kiama 9809/1865 (Walter Beech 1885)
  11. (f) Gertrude Eleanor Hines b. 1867 Kiama 10515/1867  (George A Ford 1886)
  12. (m) George A Hines b. 1871 Kiama 1541/1871d. 1918 Hurstville

Husband a carter who became insolvbent in 1872

April 7th, at her residence, 70 Devonshire Street, Sydney, SABINA, wife of W. A. HINES, late of Kiama; aged 68 years. Reporter and Illawarra Journal (Kiama, NSW: 1887 - 1894) Wednesday 11 April 1894 p 2

Hines Winifred (Ward)

b. abt 1838 Donegal Ireland d. 1874 Braidwood

m. John Hines 1863 Kiama 2062/1863

Parents unknown on death record

Ship: Caribou 1859 ?

  1. (m) John Hines b. 1866 Braidwood
  2. (f) Elizabeth Hines b. 1871 Braidwood
  3. (m) James Hines b. 1873 Braidwood

Hinton Georgiana (Muriel)

b. abt 1826 Calcutta India d. 18/8/1917 Mosman br. Gore Hill

m. Broadley Wilson Hinton (1829 Reading Berkshire-13/1/1904 Mosman Son of John Howard Hinton & Eliza Birt) 7/3/1866 Newtown

f. General George William Muriel m. Georgiana Henriques

  1. (f) Mary Eliza Muriel Hinton b. 4/2/1868 Wollongong 18088/1868 d. 1/8/1937 Manly Registered as Eliza M M Wilson
  2. (m) Howard Frampton Muriel Hinton b. 17/9/1870 Bega d. 1953 North Sydney

HINTON.-August 18, at her residence, 88 Raglan street, Mosman, Georgine, widow of the late Broadley Wilson Hinton, and daughter of the late General W. Muriel,. of the Indian Army, aged 93 years. The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Monday 20 August 1917 p 6

Many of the old Bega residents will be interested to know that Mrs. Georgina Hinton, who, with her husband and son and daughter resided at Kameruka as well a Bega for many years, celebrated her 90th year at her Mosman residence last week.' What was known as the 'Old Mill,' near the show ground, was their residence for a time; they were there during one of our record floods when their goods and chattels, including n piano, went sailing for a conriderable distance. Mrs. Hinton was born at Calcutta, her father being General Muriel, and her brother Colonel Muriel, of the 'Black Watch.' She speaks of having met in past times such men as Victor Emmanuel, Ruskin, and Garibaldi. Her daughter, Muriel, is a well-known Sydney pen woman whose nom de guerre is 'Tackra.' The Bega Budget (NSW : 1905 - 1920) Wednesday 22 October 1913 p 2

Answered the Last Call at Mosman (Sydney) last week, Mrs. Georgina Hinton, at the ripe age of 93 years

She was the daughter of General Muriel. Mrs. Hinton 's girlhood was spent in Britain, where she was, by reason of her great in effectual powers; the friend and associate of most of the advanced thinkers of the day. She went with Ruskin in his little explorations ; knew Carlyle in his domestic circle ; had a meal with Garibaldi — b -sides being in contant interchange of thought with many writers and philosophers of her time.

She came to Australia early in the sixties, and was married to Mr. Wilson Hinton, who was at the time engaged in beautifying the interior of Sydney University by his wonderful stone carvings The Wingham Chronicle and Manning River Observer (NSW : 1898 - 1954) Tuesday 11 September 1917 p 2

HINTON.—The Funeral of the late Mrs. GEORGINE HINTON will leave her residence, 88 Raglan street, Mosman, THIS (Monday) MORNING, at 10.30, for Gore Hill Cemetery.

Hird Susannah/Sarah Jane (Frazer then Timbs/Tims)

b 24/91839 Sydney d. 23/1/1900 Curramore Jamberoo br. Jamberoo

f. Henry Frazer m. Ann ?

m. William Timbs (10/4/1804 Asheden Buckinghamshire -1/1/1885 Jamberoo Son of Samuel Timbs & Charlotte Honour) 24/11/1856 Jerrara/Jamberoo

m. Thomas Greenwood Hird (abt 1822 Bradford Yorkshire – 10/9/1906 Henty Son of Thomas Hird & Martha Greenwood ) 16/10/1886 Curramore Jamberoo 5773/1886

  1. (m) Richard W Tims b. 1839 CofE Dapto/Wollongong
  2. (f) Clara Leah Timbs * b. 25/1/1864 Jerara d. 1955 Lismore (Joseph Laves/Leves 1883)
  3. (f) Annabella Timbs * b. 16/10/1858 Jamberoo d. 27/10/1932 Wollongong (James Prior 1879 )
  4. (m) John Timbs b. 1860 Kiama
  5. (f) Rachael Leah Timbs b. 27/1/1864 Jamberoo d. 1955

Second Husband a school teacher


Ou Friday another old identity of the district in the person of Mrs. Hird passed away at her residence, Jamberoo. The deceased lady was 61 years of age. She was the mother of Mrfi James Prior and Mrs. J. Lavers, of Jamberoo. The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal (NSW : 1899 - 1947) Saturday 24 February 1900 p 2

Hiskens Sarah Ann (Chin then Wilson then Hart)

b. 11/8/1864  Kiama d.   28./5/1937 Leichhardt br. Methodist Cem. Rookwood

m. Frederick William Wilson 1862 Wollongong – before 1899) 18/11/1882 Wollongong 5121/1882

m. Joseph Hart (15/9/1845 Bottisham Cambridgeshire- 21/12/1907 Wollongong Son of Joseph Hart & Ruth Shipp*) 19/4/1899 Wollongong

m. George Arthur Hiskens (1878-1941) 1914 Newtown

f. John Chin m. Emma Crooks *

  1. (f) Lilian Elizabeth Wilson b. 1883 d. Wollongong ( Joseph E Makin 1907)
  2. (m) Richard Orville Wilson b. 1885 d. 1/11/1916 Five Dock ( Catherine A Gavin 1913)
  3. (m) Leonard Augustine Wilson b. 1887 d. 1888
  4. (f) Alaea Amana Wilson b. 1888 d. Sydney ( Albert Howe 1910, Charles A Burgess-Jones 1932)
  5. (f) Ilma V Wilson b. 1891 d. Walcha (John J McHattan 1918)
  6. (m) Aubrey Ernest J Hart b. 26/2/1900 Wollongong 18243/1900 d. 2/6/1900
  7. (f) Miriam Ruth Hart b. 24/8/1902 Wollongong 28038/1902 d. 14/1/1965

Living at Berella St Wollongong i in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties. Husband a journalist

Hissett Christiana (Perry)

d. 17/6/1903 Bulli

m. John Hissett ( - 16/11/1907 Bulli) 1877 Auckland Co Durham

Ship: Pericles 1877

  1. (f) Rebecca Hissett * b. 1878 Lithgow (Richard B Hawken 1902)
  2. (f) Mary Ellen Hissett * b. 1880 Lithgow ( Henry Matthew Parsons 1900)

Living Bulli Pit in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties

Mrs. John Hissett died at her residence, Bulli, 0n Wednesday afternoon after an extended illness. The deceased was the mother of Mrs. H. Parsons, jun., Keira street, Wollongong Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Saturday 20 June 1903 p 2

In Memoriam. HISSETT- In loving memory of my dear mother, Christina Hissett, who departed this life 17th June, 1903. Also, my dear father, JOHN HISSETT, who departed this life 16th November, 1907.  Still sadly missed. Inserted by their loving daughter, Rebecca Hawken, of Lithgow. South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus (NSW : 1900 - 1954) Friday 1 December 1911 p 13

Hitchcock Eveline (West)

b. 1860 Orange d. 1934 Auburn br. Rookwood

m. William Mason Hitchcock (abt 1856 -1907 Croome Son of Henry Hitchcock & Elizabeth) 1880 Orange

f. John West m. Mary A

  1. (m) Henry William Hitchcock b. 1882 Orange d. 1947 Wyong
  2. (f) Elizabeth E Hitchcock b. 1884 Orange
  3. (f) Emma L Hitchcock b. 1886 Molong
  4. (m) Arthur Edwin Hitchcock b. 1887 East Macquarie d. 1947 Hornsby
  5. (m) Percy Ernest Hitchcock b. 1889 East Macquarie d. 1977
  6. (f) Ruby M Hitchcock b. 1891 East Macquarie
  7. (f) Ada Dorothy Hitchcock b. 1893 Bathurst
  8. (m) Stanley Claude Hitchcock b. 1896 Brewongle
  9. (f) Ida P Hitchcock b. 1898 Oberon

Living at Croome in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties.

Husband a school teacher.

The headmaster of the Croome Public School (Mr. W. Hitchcock), died on Sunday, at the- age of 51 years. Deceased was highly respected throughout the district. The on Tuesday, was very largely attended; He leaves a widow and nine children to mourn their sad loss. South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus (NSW : 1900 - 1954) Saturday 9 November 1907 p 13

Hitchens Jane

Living Woonona in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties

Hite Isabella (Hudson then Hazelgrove)

d. 1922 Bega 13819/1922

m. Robert Hazelgrove ( -1865 Wollongong Son of William Hazelgrove & ) 1854 CofE Dapto; Wollongong

m. Tom Hite (- 1916 Eden) 1872 Bega 1646/1872

f. Robert Hudson m. ?

  1. (f) Lavinia Hazelgrove b. 1857 Wollongong 12177/1857 (Samuel Glenn 1875)
  2. (m) James Hazelgrove b. 1859 Wollongong 14032/1859
  3. (m) Robert Horace Hazelgrove b. 1860 Wollongong 13969/1860 (Eliza J Mitchell 1885)
  4. (f) Maria Hazelgrove b. 1862 Wollongong 15054/1862
  5. (m) Tom Hite b. 1872 Bega 6879/1872
  6. (f) Isabella Mary M Hite b. 1881 Bega 14734/1881

Hoare Ada Elizabeth see Wein

Hoare Alice (Gibson then Hoare)

d. 1888 Leichhardt

m. George Smith (1840 CofE Dapto; Wollongong - 7/5/1868 Redfern )Son of William Sydney Smith & Louisa Fowler *) 6/6/1864 Congregational chapel, Wollongong

m. Samuel Hoare (-1900 Liverpool Son of John & Sarah) 1869 Redfern

f. James Gibson m. Mary

  1. (m) William Sydney Smith b. 1865 Wollongong d. 1944 Liverpool
  2. (f) Elvinz Smith b. 1867 Sydney

On the 6th instant, at the Congregational chapel, Wollongong, by the Rev. G. Charter, George, eldest son of the late William Smith, wheelwright, to Alice, youngest daughter of Mr. James Gibson. The Sydney Morning Herald 16 June 1864

Alice Hoare v. Samuel Hoare, the defendant was ordered to pay the sum of 15s weekly for a period of twelve months towards the support of his wife. Evening News (Sydney, NSW : 1869 - 1931) Wednesday 19 April 1876 p 3

Hoare Catherine Agnes (Bergham/Bergin/Burgin)

b. abt 1830 Ireland d. 14/4/1907 Albury

m. Thomas Hoare (29/8/1831 Sydney - 5/9/1880 Table Top Albury Son of John Hoare & Elizabeth A Love *) 12/2/1854 Campbelltown

f. Laurence Bergin m. Catherine

  1. (m) John Joseph Hoare b. 16/1/1854 Dapto d. 2/4/1902 Albury
  2. (f) Elizabeth Amelia Hoare b. 8/8/1855 Dapto d. 1939 Marrickville
  3. (f) Catherine Hoare b. 25/1/1857 West Dapto 12173/1857 d. 1866 Albury
  4. (m) Thomas W Hoare b. 1858 Albury d. 1869 Albury
  5. (f) Rose A Hoare b. 1860 Albury d. 1938 Marrickville
  6. (m) Patrick Denis Hore b. 1865 Albury d. 1937 Albury
  7. (f) Catherine Hore b. 1867 Albury; d. 1870 Albury
  8. (f) Matilda Hore b. 1869 Alburyd. 1947 Paddington
  9. (f) Angela Marie Hore b. 1871 Albury d. 1923 Newtown
  10. (f) Mary Mabel Hore b. 1874, Albury d. 1973 Blacktown
  11. (m) Edwin Charles Hore b. 1876, Albury d. 22/7/1913 Albury
  12. (m) Pierce Wagra Hore d. bef. 1907

Hoare Clara Bridget see Hore

Hoare Elizabeth (Skidmore)

b. 1866 St George d. 6/4/1936 Bondi

m. Alfred Fortescue Hoare (abt 1864 -15/6/1939 Manly Son of James Hoare & Emma) 1887 Newtown

f. Frederick William Skidmore m. Elizabeth

  1. (f) Elizabeth H Hoare 1888 Muswellbrook
  2. (f) Ethel P Hoare b. 1890 Woonona 38419/1890
  3. (f) Ilma K M Hoare b. 1898 Taree
  4. (f) Dorothy C I Hoare b. 1900 Taree

Husband a plumber when they lived in Bulli.

HOARE. - April 6, 1936, at 37 Sir Thomas Mitchell road, Bondi, Elizabeth, beloved wife of Alfred Fortescue Hoare, and mother of Winifred, Ilma, Constance, and Pearl (deceased), aged 69 years. The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW: 1842 - 1954) Tuesday 7 April 1936 p 10

Hoare Elizabeth Amelia (Love)

β. 28/1/ 1785 Bristol Gloucestershire, England d. 3/3/1878 Sydney br. Old Catholic Cemetery, Dapto

μ. ϑοην Ηοαρε ( 1778 Χουντψ Ωεξφορδ Ιρελανδ− 25 /4/ 1862 West Dapto) 10/7/1809 Στ Πηιλλιπσ ΧοφΕ Σψδνεψ 

φ. ϑοην Λοϖε μ. Μαρτηα Μερριμαν 

Σηιπ:  3rd Fleet on the “Matilda” 1791

  1. (f) Ann Hoare * b. 9/5/1811 Airds d. 8/8/1895 Woollahra (William Rixon 1826, Owen Dunlaghan 1848, William H Phibbs 1852)
  2. (m) John Hoare b. 10/7/1813 Minto d. 15/10/1895 St Kilda (Elizabeth Waites 1839)
  3. (f) Elizabeth Hoare * b. 18/10/1815 Airds d. 13/9/1882 Sydney (James Rixon 1833)
  4. (f) Martha E Hoare b. 1817 Cowpastures (John Robinson 1833)
  5. (m) Andrew Hoare b. 25/5/1820 Cowpastures d. 17/4/1890 Albury (Jessie Findlayson 1844)
  6. (f) Sarah Hoare * b. abt 1822 Airds d. 11/9/1862 Shellharbour (James Seymore 1840)
  7. (m) William Hoare b. 26/2/1824 Airds (Margaret Seymour * 1848)
  8. (f) Mary H. Hoare b. 10 /7/1826 Glenlee (Michael O’Loughlan 1845)
  9. (f) Maria Hoare * b. 1829 Sydney (James Griffin 1848)
  10. (m) Thomas Hoare b. 29/8/1831 Sydney d. 5/9/1880 Albury (Catherine Agnes Bergin * 1853)
  11. (f) Eliza Rachael Hoare * b. 1833 Dapto/Airds d. 10/9/1893 Bega (Sampson Boyland 1853, Robert Redshaw 1866)
  12. (m) Charles Joseph Hoare b. 4/7/1837 d. 12/3/1905 Moonee Ponds Vic (Margaret Nunan 1855)

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Hoare Ellen Mary (Handley)

b. 1877 Goulburn d. 31/1/1939 Goulburn br. Marulan

m. Andrew Thomas Hoare 1900 Moss Vale

f. George Handley m. Mary Anne

  1. (f) Evelyn C V Hoare b. 1901 Berrima
  2. (m) Arthur Hoare b. 1903 Moss Vale
  3. (m) Eric A Hoare b. 1910 Woonona

Living Helensburgh in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties

HOARE.-January 31, 1939, at Goulburn District Hospital, Ellen Mary, beloved wife of Andrew Thomas Hoare, aged 61 years. See to-morrow's “Herald” for Funeral Notice. The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW: 1842 - 1954) Wednesday 1 February 1939 p 14

Hoare Margaret see Hore

Hoare/Hore Margaret (Seymour then Gralis also recorded as Ryan)

b. 7/5/1827 Campbelltown or Shellharbour d. 22/7/1891 Wagra

m1. Martin Grealis 15/10/1845 Dapto

m2. William Hoare (26/2/1824 Airds -28/5/1890 Wagra Son of John Hoare & Elizabeth A Love *) 14/2/1848 St Francis Xavier Wollongong

f. Thomas Seymour m. Mary Higgins *

  1. (m) Robert Andrew Hoare b. 10/10/1848 Shellharbour d. 19/3/-1919 Albury
  2. (m) Charles Hore b. between 1849 - 1851 Talgarno Vic d. 19/1/1932 Albury
  3. (m) William Hore b. 15-/7/1853 Talgarno Vic d. 1926 Rooty Hill
  4. (f) Maria Ann Hore b. 15/8/1855 TalgarnoVic d. 1900 Albury
  5. (f) Emily Johanna Hore b. Abt 1857d. 1931 Tallangatta Vic
  6. (f) Matilda Hore b. Abt. 1861d. 19/3/1945 Dromana Vic
  7. (m) John James Hore b. 1862 Talgarno Vic d. 10/10/1925 Liverpool
  8. (m) Henry Martin Hore b. abt. 1864 d. 21/3/1943 Griffith
  9. (m) Alfred J Hore b. ? d. 1872 Albury

Marriage 1: Both resident of Dapto

Marriage 2: Both resident of Dapto

Witnesses Elizabeth and Thomas Hoare


Hoare Mary (Luney)

m. Pierce Hoare (-1913 Ballina Son of John Hoare & Ellen) 1861 Dungog

  1. (m) James P Hoare b. 1862 Dungog
  2. (f) Margaret Hoare b. 1865 Dungog
  3. (m) John Frederick Hoare b. 1867 Dungog d. 1935 Casino (Mary Ellen Boyle * 1893)
  4. (m) Pierce Augustine Hoare b. 1869 Dungog
  5. (f) Leonora Hoare b. 1873 Dungog
  6. (f) Marion A Hoare b. 1876 Dungog
  7. (f) Mary Ellen Hoare b. 1880 Morpeth
  8. (m) Herbert W Hoare 1884 Kiama 23447/1884

Hoare Mary Ellen (Boyle)

b. 1868 Ulladulla d. November 1951 Casino br. Casino

m. John Frederick Hoare (1867 Dungog -1935 Casino Son of Pierce Hoare & Mary Luney * ) 1893 Kiama 4170/1893

f. Frederick Boyle m. Ann Duffy *

  1. (f) Mary A V Hoare b. 1894 Kiama 17609/1894
  2. (m) Pierce M Hoare b. 1895 Kiama 33344/1895
  3. (m) Fredrick Hoare b. 1897 Ballina
  4. (f) Vera I Hoare b. 1898 Ballina
  5. (m) John Lindsey Hoare b. 1900 Ballina d. 1966 Lismore ( Evelyn M Green 1924)
  6. (m) Terrence S Hoare b. 1903 Ballina
  7. (f) Ellen L Hoare b. 1905 Casino
  8. (m) Thomas J Hoare b. 1907 Casino
  9. (f) Monica M Hoare b. 1912 Kyogle

Hoast Elizabeth ()

m. John Hoast

  1. (m) James Hoast b. 24/3/1850 Jambaroo V1850297 67/1850

Hobart Amy (Seymour)

b. 1879 Kiama d. 30/12/1937 Wollongong

m. Harry Richard H Hobart (1877 St George -1944 Wollongong Son of Richard Hampton Hobert & Grace Edith) 1902 St Peters

f. John Seymour m. Isabella Collins *

  1. (m) John R Hobart b. 1903 Albion Park

Living at Albion Park in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic duties

Husband an engineer.

HOBART-SEYMOUR-Sept.6th at the Church of England, St. Peters, by the Rector Rev. B. Stephens, Harry H. Hobart son of the late Henry R. Hobart of Laggan, to Amy, daughter of the late John Seymour of Terragong, Shellharbour. The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser (NSW : 1863 - 1947) Friday 12 September 1902 p 2

Hobbes/Hobbs Margaret Ann (Goldie)

b. abt 1838 Grenorck d. 11/5/1934 Cremorne

m. John Thomas Hobbes (abt 1825 -25/5/1892 Port Maquarie Son John T Hobbes & Ann) 11/3/1863 Kiama 2041/1863

f. Captain Peter Goldie m. Ann Stobo

Ship: Grand Trianon 1858

  1. (m) Robert G Hobbs b. 1864 Sydney
  2. (m) Charles G Hobbs b. 1865 Sydney
  3. (f) Helen I Hobbs b. 1867 Broulee
  4. (f) Mabel J Hobbs b. 1869 Broulee
  5. (f) Margaret Ethel Hobbs b. 1872 Broulee
  6. (f) Effie Muriel Hobbs b. 1874 Broulee
  7. (f) Roberta Grace Hobbs b. 1877 Broulee (Lintoen B G Weston 1905)
  8. (f) Nurse Narelle Hobbs b. d. 1918 returning to Australia
  9. (f) Florence Hobbs b. 1878 Broulee
  10. (f) Caroline Elsie M Hobbes 1881 Broulee (John M Thorburn 1920)

She had been sent to stay with her aunt at Kiama with her sister Euphemia. On arrival she was a nursery Governess. Her husband was a police magistrate.

On the 11th instant, at the residence of Captain Stobo, Kiama, by the Rev. J. Kinross, Mr. John T. Hobbs, of Pitt-street, Sydney, to Margaret Ann, eldest daughter of the late Captain Goldie, shipbuilder, Singapore. The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW: 1842 - 1954) Wednesday 18 March 1863

HOBBES —May 11, at her home, 40 Milson-road, Cremorne, Margaret Anne Hobbes, aged 95, formerly of Merriwinga, widow of John Thomas Hobbes of Port Macquarie, Police Magistrate. The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW: 1842 - 1954) Saturday 12 May 1934 p 14

Hobbs Mary A

m. William Hobbs (-8/4/1871 Wollongong )

  1. (f) Daughter Hobbs
  2. (f) Frances M Hobbs b. 1848 Sydney
  3. (m) Matthew Hobbs b. 1850 Windsor
  4. (f) Elizabeth A Hobbs b. 1852 Windsor
  5. (f) Henrietta Hobbs b. 1855 Windsor
  6. (m) Edward Hobbs b. 1856 Windsor
  7. (m) John H P Hobbs b. 1858 Windsor
  8. (f) Mary Anne Hobbs b. 1860 Windsor (Michael Joseph Delahenty 1877)
  9. (f) Ellen Hobbs b. 1862 Windsor

DELAHENTY—HOBBS.—September 4, at Berremangra, near Yass, by the Rev. P. J. O'Keeffe, Michael Joseph, eldest son of Michael Delahenty, Syringdalla, Victoria, to Mary Anne, fourth daughter of the late William Hobbs, Wollongong. The Sydney Morning Herald 24 October 1877

Husband the Governor of the Wollongong Gaol

Death of Mr. William Hobbs. — We regret to have to record the decease of Mr. William Hobbs, who, for the past five years and a half, occupied the position of Governor of the Gaol in this town. For a considerable time past Mr. Hobbs was in a failing state of health, (we believe from an affection of the heart and liver), and about six months ago he obtained a month's leave of absence, and visited some other parts of the colony, but experienced little benefit from the change. Latterly it became painfully evident that he was gradually sinking, and on Sunday, the 2nd instant, his illness assumed an alarming aspect, and Dr. Morton then pronounced that all hopes of his recovery were at an end. He lingered, however, under much pain, until Friday night last, when a violent attack of his disease again came on, and death put an end to his suffering about half-past two o'clock on Saturday morning.

The deceased occupied the position of Chief Constable in the Northern districts for many years, and for two or three years prior to his appointment to Wollongong, he was Governor of the Gaol at Windsor. Mr. Hobbs was very much and deservedly respected by all who knew him.

In a sentence, he was a most efficient and assiduous officer, an affectionate husband and father, and an unobtrusive and esteemed member of society. He leaves behind him a widow and a. large and respectable family (several of whom are comparatively young), to deplore their loss. The remains of the deceased were interred in the Church of England Burial-ground last Sabbath, having first been taken into the Church. The Rev. Dean Ewing conducted the service, and a large number of the inhabitants paid their last respects to the departed by following his remains to their final resting-place. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW: 1856 - 1950) Friday 14 April 1871 p 2

Hobbs Charlotte (Lawler also known as Williams)

b. 1868 Goulburn d. 17 /7/1922 br. Bulli Anglican

m. step-father William Williams

m. Noah Hobbs (abt 1863 -24/3/ 1947 Son of John Hobbs & Julia) Woonona 1887 5432/1887

f. Thomas Lawler m. Susanna Clarke * step-father William Williams

  1. (f) Amelia Williams b. 1884 Woonona 23086/1884 (David Meehan 1903)
  2. (m) John Hobbs b. 1888 Woonona 25771/1888
  3. (f) Mary Hobbs b. 1889 Woonona 24635/1889 (Alexander Fletcher 1907)
  4. (m) Henry H Hobbs b. 1892 Woonona 39619/1892
  5. (m) William S Hobbs b. 1895 Woonona 9260/1895

Living Woonona in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties. Husband a miner.

Nurse Hobbs – The Poor People’s Friend

Top row Noah Hobbs, Henry Williams, John Smithers, David Meehan Seated Mary Hobbs (daughter of Noah and Charlotte), Charlotte Hobbs (holding niece Dorothy Smithers), Frances (Williams ) Smithers (holding daughter Winifred Smithers)  Millie Meehan (daughter of Noah and Charlotte) holding son Jack Meehan. Kneeling left Henry Hobbs right William Hobbs both sons of Noah and Charlotte Hobbs.

It seems perplexing to try and understand it, but often what shapes people who are able to go on and produce some form of outstanding community good, often comes itself out of unbelievable hardships that they have suffered themselves. Somehow Woonona’s Charlotte Hobbs or Nurse Hobbs, achieved humble greatness and so went on to endear herself to others to the extent that she became known locally in the Illawarra as the ‘Poor People’s Friend’.

After her mother died, Charlotte’s step father William Williams was suddenly killed in the great Bulli Mine Disaster of 1887. Her real father was by now languishing in jail being a known cohort of the notorious Clarke Gang who were certainly amongst Australia’s most vicious cold blooded killers and bushrangers of their day. She was a mother at 15 and yet she rose to become a pillar of society and well known for her deeds in helping those in need, particularly unwed mothers.

After her father was sent to prison, Charlotte, her siblings and her mother made their escape from his drunken escapades and skulduggery do to the coal mining town of Bulli and so began a new life with William Williams. More children were born but her mother died in 1878 and Charlotte was raised by the Bulli miner. These were turbulent times for Charlotte when firstly she became pregnant at 14 and an unwed mother at barely 15 years of age. When she turned 18, her step father was killed when the Bulli Coal Mine exploded. She was destitute and had 4 year old daughter to care for.

Australia grieved for those lost and raised an incredible 42,534 pound by public donation. The trustees however held it back deciding that the money was too large to give out and would be best kept and managed. No one got a penny of that money except the men who administered it.

This decision to hold back the money plus the sudden loss of the family bread winner tore Charlotte’s family apart. Her youngest sister Elizabeth was adopted out and lost to the family whilst her younger brother Henry and sister Frances endured incredible hardships without any viable income. In fact family reconciliation is still being attempted by her descendents today.

After the Bulli tragedy Charlotte married Woonona coal miner Noah Hobbs. He thankfully raised her daughter Millie as his own. However as a miner he was blacklisted from Bulli after his arrest and brawling at the ‘Battle of Bulli’ and so survived the impending disaster and was able to take up work in the newly opened South Bulli Mine where he worked till he was 72.

Charlotte’s mother and grandmother were midwives. Midwifery is a living skill and was taught mother to daughter. In fact in Lake George and Collector this is one way in which the family survived. Without her mother, a local midwife Mrs Mott who had delivered Charlotte’s first child Millie continued her tuition of midwifery. This became her career and during the depression of the 1890s Charlotte became a midwife and nurse turning her Woonona home into a lying-in hospital where women who are having difficulties during or after birth can be cared for.

Charlotte worked very closely with the 2 local doctors Crossle and Palmer as well as other midwives Casely, Pallier, Grisly, Coleman, Humphrey, Jarrett and of course Mrs Mott. All of the midwives and doctors used Charlotte’s lying-in hospital at Woonona. Charlotte frequently travelled between Coledale and Balgownie during the day or night in a sulky drawn by a pony called Dick. Sometimes she just walked through the bush from her home in Woonona to the township of Old Bulli. Her hospitality became a byword in the community. Anyone in trouble went to Nurse Hobbs.

Noah and Charlotte were now thrown into another mining disaster. On the 31st July 1902 Mt Kembla Coal Mine blew up. Both Charlotte and Noah subsequently walked the seventeen miles to Mt Kembla in order to do what they could.

Noah 17 years ago was amongst the first to go into Bulli Coal Mine when it blew up and he and men like Henry MacCabe made the Bulli mine safe so that rescuers could remove the 81 bodies. This time Noah went in with MacCabe again. As they went into the mine the afterdamp rendered Noah to loose consciousness. He survived but Wollongong lost its former Mayor, Major Henry MacCabe who became the 97th victim of that disaster.

Charlotte dressed bodies for 3 grim days. One reporter from the Sydney Morning Herald asked Charlotte why she was there. Why she did what she did. She said simply “What it meant to us and hundreds of others at Bulli it now means to those around us…You don’t understand as we do…. I lost my own father in Bulli.”

This was the same young mother and daughter of a notorious bushranger, who now had become a respected nurse. Understandably, unmarried mothers became a great and deep concern for Charlotte Hobbs. She arranged adoptions and even buried the unfortunate still born babies of those who could not afford it. Her lying hospital was registered and all births were logged at Bulli Court House. All mothers were paid a baby bonus by the government of 3 guineas for 10 days of skilled attention. Charlotte at the conclusion of the ten days used to take the 3 guineas offered to her by the mother and put it back into the baby’s hand to buy needed food or clothing.

After the war and with the return of the soldiers so came the Spanish Flu. Charlotte and many other nurses were heavily involved in treating patients. This was beginning to wear Charlotte down. Her health was beginning to fail and Dr Palmer put her into Bulli Hospital for a rest. But even there she placed herself on call to help the patients who rang the bell for a nurse if it was not answered immediately. Exasperated, the nurses took away her dressing gown and slippers. She recovered enough to beg Dr Palmer to let her go home and help her daughter Millie with the care of her new baby son Pat. Dr Palmer allowed this, but a couple of days later, Charlotte died.

Charlotte believed in the care of those less fortunate than herself. She had faced adversity during her life but never let her poor beginnings deter her from her work of caring for the sick and needy. She was a dedicated worker for Bulli Hospital and the Red Cross. Such was Charlotte’s respect in the local community that the 3 ministers of the various denominations held a memorial service for her in their churches. The Salvation Army band led her funeral to the cemetery playing The Dead March which was an unusual honour for a woman in 1922. Many local families today owe their grandparents lives to Charlotte’s skill as a midwife and nurse. Charlotte and Noah built and provided a home for all of their 4 children mostly due to Charlotte working and running her own lying-in hospital.

The Illawarra Mercury referred to her funeral as “the largest ever seen in Bulli”. The South Coast Times said that Charlotte “was known as the poor people’s friend.”

Photograph and text with the kind permission of Dan Meehan


Among all the acts of unselfishness which have been the one bright feature right though these days and nights of terror and doubt must be placed the work accomplished by four women from Bulli They hurried over when the news of the smash reached them , One walked 17 miles. Since then they seem never to have rested They are Mrs N Hobbs, Mrs J Thompson, Mrs R Mott, and Mrs Thomas Caseley The last attentions to the dead were bestow by their hands, and many a stricken woman received hope and comfort from their fortitude and tenderness. Theirs was a practical sympathy- they fully understood the true significance of it all and what years of struggle widows and families will now have to face

Some15 years ago these women passed through the ordeal of the Bulli disaster. Little wonder that they understand so well Mrs Hobbs then lost her father “ That accident,” she said today, “ left our family without the breadwinner What it meant to as and hundreds of others at Bulli it now means to these around us. Poor? You don't know how poor they are. Plenty of them have not a penny of their own. They have lived from week to week, and never got ahead of it It's awful.

There was one poor soul who fainted over the coffin of her husband yesterday and had to be carried away. She has eight children, and they have in a place with two little rooms She has not a penny. Why some of them could not, without assistance, have buried their dead. You don't understand it as we do “With these four women came their friends to assist in the work of rescue. The husband of Mrs Hobbs was with a search party which struck the after damp He was carried out unconseious ” Nearly gone, he was,” said his wife, “ and had to go home He's minding the children now while I stay here ” The Sydney Morning Herald 4 August 1902

Hobbs Ellen (Scott)

b. abt 1841 Wollongong d. 21/1/1926 Conjola

m. Francis Hobbs (abt 1829 – 28/6/1915 Conjola) 20/6/1860 1860 Wollongong 2868/1860

f. James Scott m. Margaret McDonald * see Thackery

  1. (m) James Hobbs b. April 1861 Cottage of Content Crown St 14353/1861 d. 1/10/1915 Conjola
  2. (m) Francis Ann Hobbs * b. 1863 Wollongong 14947/1863 d. 3/5/1941 Moss Vale (William Turnbull 1885)
  3. (f) Emily Hobbs b. 7/2/1864 Bangalore 15485/1864
  4. (m) Percy Hobbs b. 1869 Ulladulla 18816/1869
  5. (m) Alfred Scott Hobbs b. 1874 Ulladulla 20239/1874
  6. (m) Robert Hobbs b. 1878 Ulladulla 23185/1878
  7. (f) Florence Gainsford Hobbs b. 1880 Ulladulla 25571/1880

On this 20th instant by special licence at Wollongong, by the Rev. C. Atchison, Mr Francis Hobbs, to Ellen, third daughter of the late Mr Jas. Scott. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Friday 22 June 1860 p 2

At the residence of her mother. Cottage of Content Crown-street, Wollongong, Mrs. Francis Hobbs of a son. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Friday 19 April 1861 p 2

Hobbs Emily Susan (Dyer)

b. abt 1864 d. 6/6/1942 Wollongong br. Albion Park

m. John Hubert Plunkett Hobbs (4/8/1858 Windsor -3/12/1926 Albion Park Son of William Hobbs & Mary A) 1916 St Leonards

f. John Dyer m. Ann

Husband a chemist. He attempted suicide in 1888 at Kiama.

The death occurred in a private hospital in Wollongong on Saturday, 6th inst., of Mrs. Emily Susan Hobbs, aged 78 years, the widow of the late Mr. John Hobbs, who for so many years conducted a chemist's shop locally, which won a widespread reputation. ,

The late Mrs. Hobbs surmounted to a large extent an affliction of deafness by ability to lip read, and in late years had gained some knowledge of the deaf and dumb language by finger faction, by which a neighbour's daughter could communicate freely with her. Deceased had been in ill health for a considerable period, and had spent five months in hospital. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Friday 19 June 1942 p 4

Hobbs Jane (Pearson)

b. abt d. 23/6/1921 Bulli br. Bulli Anglican

m. John Hobbs ( abt 1852-11/2/1909 Son of John Hobbs & Mary A ) 1885 Wollongong 5508/1885

f. Thomas Pearson m. Ann

Living Bulli Pit in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties

The death also took place at her residence, Park Road, Bulli, on Thursday afternoon, of Mrs Jane Hobbs, relict of the late John Hobbs. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW: 1856 - 1950) Friday 24 June 1921 p 5

Hobbs Mary (Allen)

b. abt 1831 d. October 1917 “Avenal” Milton

m. Thomas Francis Hobbs (1829-1906 Milton) 6/6/1853 Campbelltown Presbyterian V1853265 81

f. John Allen m. Margaret Wallace *

  1. (f) Margaret A Hobbs 15/12/1854 Dapto Church of England Dapto; WollongongV18541252 42A/1854 d. 1856 Wollongong
  2. (m) John T Hobbs 1857 Wollongong 12208/1857 d. 1931
  3. (f) Mary Hannah Hobbs 16/2/1859 Wollongong 14066/1859 d. 1919
  4. (m) Thomas W Hobbs b. 9/1/1861 Post Office Dapto 14290/1861
  5. (m) George Francis Hobbs 16/3/1863 Dapto 15001/1863 d. 1939
  6. (m) Robert Kendall Hobbs b. 15/3/1865 Woppindally Ulladulla15880/1865 d. 1941
  7. (f) Sarah Louisa Hobbs b. 28/8/1867 Avenel Milton 16919/1867 d. 1940 (Frederick H R Baker)
  8. (f) Amy Adeline Hobbs 1870 Ulladulla 17905/1870 (Charles Wesley Osborne)
  9. (f) Edith Maud Hobbs 1873 Ulladulla 19661/1873 d. 1874

By special license, June 6th, by the Rev. William McKee, at the country residence of the bride's father, Campbelltown, Thomas Hobbs, Esq., Illawarra, to Miss Mary Allen, daughter   of John Allen, Esq., Sydney. The Sydney Morning Herald 10 June 1853

Births-On the 15th instant, at her residence, the post-office, Dapto, Illawarra, Mrs. Hobbs, of a daughter. SMH 23 December 1854

On the 16th instant, at the Post Office, Dapto, Mrs T.   Hobbs of a daughter. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Monday 21 February 1859 p 3

At the Post Office, Dapto, on the 9th instant, Mrs. T. Hobbs, of a son. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Friday 11 January 1861 p 2

On the 16th instant, at the Post Office, Dapto, Mrs. T. Hobbs, of a son.SMH 19 March 1863

Moved to ‘Arenel’ Milton about 1864. Her father and husband both died on the property.

Hobson Rebecca Louisa (Allen)

b. 1857 Sydney d. 19/3/1903 Woollahra

m. Robert Hobson 1895 Wollongong 4067/1895

f. Thomas Allen m. Emily Elizabeth Whiteman *

  1. (m) Allen E Hobson 1896 Newtown 5770/1896
  2. (f) Ruth E Hobson 1899 Woonona 36332/1899

HOBSON.-March 19, at her late residence, Tareena, Adelaide-parade, Woollahra, Rebecca Louisa, fourth and dearly beloved daughter ofThomas and Emily Allen, Wolllongong. The Sydney Morning Herald 28 March 1903

Hobson Lizzie (Smith)

b. abt 1874 d. 23/7/1938 Kogarah br. Woronora

m. James Hobson ( -1935 Sutherland) 1898 Helensburgh 3432/1898

f. Thomas Fennell Smith m. Ann

  1. (m) Laurence James Hobson b. 1899 Leichhardt
  2. (f) Gertrude B Hobson b. 1900 Leichhardt d. 1900 Leichhardt
  3. (m) Ainslie Frederick Hobson b 1903 Leichhardt d. 1966 Leeton
  4. (m) Ralph M Hobson b. 1910 Petersham d. 1910 Petersham

HOBSON.-July 23, 1938 at St. George District Hospital. Lizzie, relict of the late James Hobson and dearly loved mother of Laurie and Ainslie, aged 65 years. At rest. The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW: 1842 - 1954) Monday 25 July 1938 p 10

Hocken Elizabeth

Living Woonona in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties

With William John Hocken a miner.

Hockey Eliza (Hockey)

b. 20/1/1853 Long Nose Point d. 22/4/1919 Cambewarra br. Nowra

m. James Hockey (3/11/1841 Albion Park – 26/6/1886 West Cambewarra Son of John Hockey & Mary Steele *) 8/1/1869 Bolong

  1. (m) Enos Hockey b.
  2. (m) Thomas Hockey b. 25/3/1869 Cambewarra
  3. (f) Emma Hockey b. 26/9/1870 Cambewarra
  4. (f) Mary Hockey b. 14/8/1872 Cambewarra
  5. (f) Eliza Hockey b. 25/3/1874 Cambewarra
  6. (m) James Hockey b. 29/9/1875 Cambewarra
  7. (m) Robert Hockey b. 1877 Cambewarra
  8. (f) Jane Hockey b. 1/10/1882 Cambewarra
  9. (f) Ann Hockey b.


As briefly annnuneod in our last issue, the death of Mrs. Eliza Hockey (relict of the late James Hockey), occurred at The homestead at Camberwarra, on Tues day night, April 22nd, at the advanced age of 66 years. The late Mrs. Hockey was born.nt Long Point, on the Shoalhaven River; her maiden name was Hockey, and when she married she went lo live with her husband at Camberwarra; where she had been resident for 50 years up to the time of her death.

Her husband predeceased her some 33 years ago. Deceased had been a sufferer with heart trouble for last past 12 years, and latterly, had been an invalid. She leaves to mourn their loss, a grown up family, two sons and three daughters.

The interment, took place in the Roman Catholic portion of the Nowra public cemetery Thursday, last week. … The Nowra Leader (NSW : 1909 - 1939) Friday 2 May 1919 p 7

Hockey Frances (Pearson)

b. abt 1850 Sydney? d. ? 1923 Dapto

m. Denis Hockey (1847 Dapto/Johnsons Meadow – 1927 Redfern Son of John Hockey & Mary Steel *) 1868 Kiama

  1. (f) Emily E Hockey b. 1868 Paddington (Thomas Tavener 1891)
  2. (m) Ernest Hockey b. 1880 Goulburn d. 1880 Goulburn

Hockey Henrietta (Eggleton)

b. 1857 Shellharbour d. 14/1/1933 Shellharbour br. Shellharbour

m. George Daniel Hockey (abt 1857- 1938 Shellharbour Son of Samuel Hockey & Mary Ryan *) 27/1/1875 Jamberoo 2858/1875

f. Stephen Eggleton m. Mary Ann Grantham *

  1. (f) Gertrude Mary Hockey * b. 1876 Kiama 13441/1876 d. 1948 Marrickville ( George I Inskip 1894)
  2. (m) Samuel William Hockey b. 1878 Kiama 14786/1878 d. 1956 Kiama
  3. (m) Albert George Hockey b. 1879 Kiama 15902/1879 d. 1961 Kiama (Martha Love Patterson * 1904)
  4. (f) Ethel M Hockey * b. 1882 Kiama 20219/1882 d. 1950 Bowraville (Peter Beacham 1900)
  5. (m) Herbert Henry Hockey b. 1886 Kiama 25008/1886 d. 1951 Kiama
  6. (m) Walter Leonard Hockey b. 1889 Kiama 25135/1889 d. 1977 NSW
  7. (m) John W Hockey b. 1892 Kiama 18509/1892 d. 1928 Kiama

Living Shellhabour in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties

MRS HENRIETTA HOCKEY 81 YEARS. The death occurred on Saturday last at her residence at Shellharbour of Mrs. Henrietta Hockey, after a lengthy illness, at the age of 81. She was born at Shellharbour, where she lived all her life, the daughter of the late Stephen Egglestone, and married Mr George Daniel Hockey, who was for many years a fisherman, being followed in this occupations by his sons, Messers Samuel, Albert, Herbert and Leonard. Mr Samuel Hockey is Fisheries Inspector for the district. Mrs Hockey is survivied also by her husband and two daughters, Mrs Beacham of Macksville, and Mrs George Inskip, of Shellharbour. The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal (NSW : 1899 - 1947) Wednesday 18 January 1933 p 3

Hockey /Hickey/Hockin/Hoghey Margaret (Warrington)

b. 1842 West Dapto d. 10/7/1919 Windellama

m. Thomas Hockey (22/8/1840 Albion Park -13/7/1913 Connors Creek Son of John Hockey & Mary Steel *) 1860 Dapto 2860/1860

f. William Warrington m. Louisa Nowland *

  1. (f) Mary Jane Hickey b. 7/12/1860 Macquarie River 8077/1861 9/4/1942 Goulburn
  2. (m) Daniel Hockey b. 1862 Windellama d. 1929 Goulburn
  3. (m) William Hockey b. 1864 Windellama d. 1920 Longreach
  4. (f) Lucy Ann Hockey b. 1866 Windellama d. 1935 Springsure Qld
  5. (m) James Hockey b. 1868 Windellama d. 1940 Wellington
  6. (m) John Hockey b. 1870 Windellama d. 1947 Berrima
  7. (f) Margaret Hockey b. 1872 Windellama d. 1944 Tarago
  8. (f) Sarah Emily Hockey b. 1874 Windellama d. Canberra
  9. (m) Thomas Hockey b. 1877
  10. (f) Catherine Hockey b. 1878 Windelama d. 1959 Queanbeyan
  11. (m) George Henry Hockey b. 1880 Connors Creek d. 1949 Connors Creek

Hockey/Hocky/Hackey Mary (Flanagan)

m. Thomas Hackey ( 1818 Monacute Somerset - Son of Thomas Hockey & Mary Witherall ) 1852 Shoalhaven

  1. (f) Eliza Hochy b. 20/1/1853 Shoalhaven reg Kiama RC (James Hockey )
  2. (f) May Hockey b. 16/3/1855 Shoalhaven reg Kiama RC
  3. (f) Emma Hockey b. 14/5/1859 Shoalhaven bp Kiama RC

Husband a settler

Hockey Mary (Perkins)

b. 1847 Presbyterian Wollongong V1847683 49/1847 d. 1934 Qld

m. John Hockey (1843 Albion Park - 1930 Nambour Qld Son of John Hockey & Mary Steel *) 1865 Jamberoo 2308/1865

f. Peter Perkins m. Mary Fraser *

  1. (m) Ernest Hockey b. 1877 Shoalhaven d. 1964 Qld
  2. (m) James Hockey b. 1879 Shoalhaven
  3. (m) Treaser Hockey b. 1881 Shoalhaven
  4. (m) Affie Hockey b. 1884 Shoalhaven
  5. (m) Edwin Hockey b. 1887 Broughton Creek
  6. (m) Phillip Hockey b. 1890 Broughton Creek d. 1958 Qld
  7. (f) Winifred Hockey b. 1891 Berry

Hockey Mary (McGovern)

m. John Hockey ( 12/9/1803 Montacute Somerset – 21/10/1878 Cambewarra Son of William Hockey & Catherine) abt 1846-1848

  1. (f) Harriett Hockey b.
  2. (f) Mary Hockey b.
  3. (f) Elizabeth Hockey b.

Hockey Mary (Steel)

b. 1820 Moville Co Donegal Ireland d. 312/10/1847 Johnstons Meadow Albion Park br. Dapto

m. John Hockey ( 12/9/1803 Montacute Somerset – 21/10/1878 Cambewarra Son of William Hockey & Catherine) 10/9/ 1839 Schoolhouse Wollongong CofE Dapto; Wollongong

f. Samuel Steel m. ?

Convict Permission to Marry Index 1839 Wollongong Both of Dapto

Ship: Parland 1838

  1. (m) Thomas Hockey b. 22/8/1840 Johnstons Meadow/Dapto d. 1916 Windellama ( Margaret Warrington * 1860)
  2. (m) James Hockey b. 3/11/1841 Johnstons Meadow /Dapto d. 1866 Cambewarra ( Eliza Hockey * 1860)
  3. (m) John Hockey b. 1843 Albion Park bp. CofE Illawarra; Jervis Bay d. 1930 Nambour QLD ( Mary Perkins * 1865)
  4. (m) Robert Hockey b. abt 1845 Dapto d. 1923 Corang ( Margaret Temple 1868)
  5. (m) Dennis /Daniel Hockey b. abt 1847 Johnstons Meadow /Dapto d. 1927 Redfern (Frances Pearson *1868 )

Hockey Mary Ann (Ryan)

b. 24/1/1830 Illawarra d. 25/10/1915 Isaacs Gulley Windellama br. Windellama

m. Samuel Hockey (29/4/1824 Montacute Somerset -16/12/1905 Windellama Son of John Hockey & Mary Lovell) 26/3/ 1848 CofE Dapto; Wollongong

f. Daniel Ryan m. Mary Ann Knowland *

  1. (m) Eneas Hockey b. 17/2/1849 bp. CofE Jamberoo; Kiama; Shoalhaven d. 1861 Kiama
  2. (m) Charles Hockey b. 1/7/1850 bp. CofE Jamberoo; Kiama ; Shoalhaven d. 5/10/1932 Casino (Mary Ann Langley 1882)
  3. (m) Samuel Hockey b. 5/4/1852 Jamberoo bp. CofE Jamberoo; Kiama; Shoalhaven d. 10/9/1923 Windellama (Sarah L Hockey 1876)
  4. (m) John Hockey b. 16/11/1853 Dapto bp. CofE Dapto: Wollongong d. 1926 Goulburn (Frances Perkins 1882 )
  5. (f) Mary Hockey b. 3/9/ 1855 Terrys Meadow d. 26/5/1934 Nowra ( John M McKane 1876 )
  6. (m) George Daniel Hockey b. 1857 Kiama 7498/1857 d. (Henrietta Eggleton 1875 )
  7. (m) Henry Percival Hockey b. 26/12/1858 Terrys Meadow 8292/1859 d. 1881 Windellama
  8. (f) Eliza Jane Hockey b. 21/4/1861 Jamberoo 8172/1861 d. 1894 (James Swift )
  9. (m) Lewis Walter Hockey b. 9/12/1862 Windellama d. 1941 (Matilda Harmer1885)
  10. (m) David Hockey b 1864 Windellama d. 1923
  11. (f) Margaret Ellen Hockey b. 24/5/ 1866 iIsaacs Gully Windellama d.
  12. (m) Alfred Enis Hockey b. 6/9/ 1868 Isaacs Gully Windellama (Elizabeth Hawke)
  13. (m) Albert James Hockey b. 15/6/1870 Windellama
  14. (f) Sarah Ann Hockey b. 5/10/ 1872 Windellama  

Hockey Martha Love (Patterson)

b. 12/9/1884 Port Kembla d. 9/10/1958

m. Albert George Hockey (-1961 Kiama Son of Albert George Hockey & Henrietta Eggleton *) 1904 Wollongong

f. John Patterson m. Johanna McCarthy *

  1. (m) Albert J Hockey/Patterson b. 1901 Kiama 22900/1920 or 37570/1901
  2. (f) Ethel M Hockey b. 1904 Wollongong 28534/1904
  3. (f) Mary E Hockey b. 1908 Wollongong 42417/1908
  4. (f) Grace M Hockey b. 1911 Kiama 16918/1911
  5. (m) George D Hockey b. 1914 Kiama 12436/1914
  6. (m) Colin D Hockey b. 1917 Kiama 50231/1917

Hocking Alice Mary (Hargrave)

d. 28/12/1932 Newcastle br. Sandgate

m. John Edwin Hocking (-1948 New Lambton) 15/6/1887

f. Henry Hargrave m. Elizabeth

  1. Harold Henry Hocking b. 27/3/1888 Qld
  2. Arthur Stanley Hargarve Hocking 6/11/1889 Qld
  3. John Edwin Hocking b. 30/12/1891 Rockhampton Qld
  4. Norman Hocking b. 1893 Qld
  5. Violet Jane Hocking b. 26/5/1897 Qld

Living Young St Wollongong in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties.

With John Edward Hocking an iron moulder


Mrs. Alice Hocking, wife of Mr. J. E. Hocking, of Westcourt-road, New Lambton, died in the Newcastle Hospital on December 28 after a long illness. The funeral was largely attended. She has left behind a family of four sons and two daughters, with eight grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Newcastle Morning Herald and Miners' Advocate (NSW : 1876 - 1954) Wednesday 4 January 1933 Page 6

Hodding Lavinia

Unmarried or no father listed

  1. (f) Maria Elizabeth Holroyd Hodding b. 1853 CofE Dapto d. 11/7/1854 Wollongong

Daughter was adopted by Mr and Mrs James Shepherd

Hodding Maria Elizabeth Holroyd

b. 1853 Church of England; Dapto; Wollongong d. 1854 Church of England; Dapto; Wollongong

f. unknown m. Lavinia Hodding

On the 11th instant, Maria Elizabeth Holroyd Hodding, after a short but severe illness, the adopted daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Shepherd, of Wollongong, aged 17 months and 23 days. The Sydney Morning Herald 15 July 1854

Hodges Elizabeth

m. Albert Hodges

  1. (m) William A Hodges b. 1892 Kiama 18425/1892

Hodges Ellenor/ Ellen/Eleanor (Spinks/Spink)

b. 29/7/1857 Jamberoo d. 11/12/1921 Greta

m. George Alfred Hodges (1855 Clarence Town – 17/7/1915 Greta Son of Mark Hodges & Ann Brown) 1875 Maitland

f. Edward Spinks m. Agnes Henry *

  1. (m) Frederick James Hodges b. 1876 Maitland
  2. (f) Helena Hodges b. 1877 Maitland
  3. (m) George Edward Hodges b. 13/10/1879 Wollongong 26004/1879
  4. (m) John Thomas Hodges b. 1880 Campbelltown
  5. (m) Garnet Augustine Hodges b. 13/8/1882 Mt Pleasant 19744/1882
  6. (m) Henry E Hodges b. 1885 Wollongong 23549/1885
  7. (f) Rose A A Hodges b. 1887 Greta
  8. (m) Alfred R Hodges b. 1889 Minmi
  9. (m) William A Hodges b. 1892 Greta
  10. (m) Albert P Hodges b. 1894 Greta
  11. (m) Alexander Hodges b. 1898 Greta

Hodges Mary

m. Charles Hodges

  1. (m) Arthur J Hodges b. 1885 Wollongong 23508/1885 d. 1885 Wollongong
  2. (f) Sophia Hodges b. 1885 Wollongong 23509/1885 d. 1885 Wollongong

Hodges Theresa (Pickup)

d. 20/9/1947 Marrickville br. Woronora

m. Frederick James Hodges (abt 1859 -16/11/1947 Marrickville Son of Samuel Hodges & Ann) 1882 Sydney

f. James Pickup m. Elizabeth

  1. (m) Herbert F S Hodges b. 1883 Sydney
  2. (f) Theresa E Hodges b. 1885 Waterloo
  3. (f) Mabel E J Hodges b. 1887 Waterloo
  4. (m) George N Hodges b. 1890 Marrickville
  5. (m) Oswald Inkerman Hodges b. 1892 Erskinville d. 10/2/1935
  6. (f) Dororthy G S Hodges b. 1894 Helensburgh 16211/1892
  7. (f) Beatrice Hodges b. 1897 Sydney
  8. (f) Jessie G Hodges b. 1898 Sydney
  9. (m) Frederick J Hodges b. 1900 Marrickville
  10. (f) Athaliah M Hodges b. 1903 Marrickville
  11. (f) Freda M T Hodges b. 1905 Marrickville

In 1896 a man with the same name as her husband was a timber merchant at Dapto.

Hodgetts Mary Isabel/Minnie (Fenwick)

b. 1876 Maitland d. 1950 Newcastle br. Wallsend

m. William Hodgetts (abt 1865 -17/7/1940 Swansea) 1903 Newcastle

f. Robert Charles Fenwick m. Julia

  1. (m) Robert William Hodgetts b. 1896 Woonona 27310/1896 d. 1941 Cessnock
  2. (m) Joseph Leslie Hodgetts b. 1898 Catherine Hill Bay d. 1950 Belmont

Living Helensburgh in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties. Husband a miner.

Hodgkinson Anna Maud Frances (Emery)

b. 14/2/1856 Kiama d. 1941 Bondi br. Rookwood

m. George Samuel Hodgkinson ( 1852 Shoalhaven -1929 Waverley Son of Henry Hodgkinson & Jane Leeming *) 28/3/1877 Kiama 3236/1877

f. James Emery m. Sarah Nethery *

  1. (f) Ethel M Hodgkinson b. 1877 Liverpool
  2. (f) Frances M Hodgkinson b. 1879 Newtown d. 1900 Newtown
  3. (f) Muriel M Hodgkinson b. 1881 Liverpool (Thomas B Johnson 1905)
  4. (f) Oenone M A Hodgkinson b. 1890 Wollongong 38027/1890 (David Henderson 1914)
  5. (f) Frances Hodgkinson (Leslie Tustin)
  6. (f) Jean Hodgkinson
  7. (m) M B E Hodgkinson


At the Shire Council meeting last Monday members and officers stood silently for a short space, as an expression of sympathy with Mr. Hodgkinson, Shire Engineer, whose mother passed away at Bondi on July 15. With her late husband who died twelve years ago, they lived on the South Coast, where Mr. Hodgkinson was a railway stationmaster, subsequently indulging successfully in farming pursuits, retiring to Bondi about fourteen years ago.The late Mrs. Hodgkin son was the youngest of a family renowned for lengthy lives, her age being 84 years. She leaves the following children: Miss Ethel Hodgkinson (Bondi), Mrs. N. Henderson (Bondi), Mrs. T. Johnson (Mosman), Mrs. L. Tustin (Rose Bay), Miss Jean Hodgkinson (Bondi), and Mr. M. B. E. Hodgkinson (Nambucca Heads). Deceased was a member of the Church of England; the funeral ceremony was solemnised at Rookwood. Nambucca and Bellinger News (NSW: 1911 - 1945) Friday 15 August 1941 p 2

Hodgkinson Elizabeth Ann (Smith)

b. abt 1837 d. 16/10/1915 Bellingen br. Bellingen

m. George Hodgkinson 1859 Sydney 463/1859

f. Thomas E Smith m. ?

  1. (f) Amy Hodgkinson b. 1862 Wollongong 15029/1862
  2. (m) George E Hodgkinson b. 1864 Picton 13722/1864
  3. (f) Amelia Hodgkinson b. 1865 Berrima 6034/1865
  4. (f) Maud S Hodgkinson b. 1876 Sydney 98/1876
  5. (m) David Frank Hodgkinson b. 1877 Sydney 983/1877
  6. (m) Arthur H Hodgkinson b. 1867 Berrima 6445/1867
  7. (m) George Hodgkinson b. 1868 Sydney 372/1868
  8. (m) Alfred Hodgkinson b. 1868 Sydney 373/1868
  9. (f) Ellen Hodgkinson b. 1869 Sydney 842/1869
  10. (m) John E Hodgkinson b. 1873 Sydney 830/1873
  11. (m) Percy Arnold Hodgkinson b. 1880 Sydney 1889/1880
  12. (f) Louisa M Hodgkinson b. 1878 Sydney 1669/1878
  13. (f) Alice Hodgkinson b. 1860 Parramatta 10248/1860

HODGKINSON.—October 16, 1915, private hospital, Bellingen, Elizabeth Ann Hodgkinson, aged 77 years, late of Mosman and Surry Hills. The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW: 1842 - 1954) Thursday 21 October 1915 p 8

Hodgkinson Jane (Leaming/Leeming)

b. 1831 England d. 1883 Shoalhaven

m. Henry R Hodgkinson 1849 Wesleyan Methodist Sydney V1849222 84/1849

f. Richard Leaming m. Margaret

  1. (m) Henry R Hodgkinson b. 1851 d. 1935
  2. (m) George Samuel Hodgkinson b. 1852 Shoalhaven d. 1915 Waverley (Anna M F Emery *1877)
  3. (f) Jane Hodgkinson b. 31/12/1858 Good Dog Mountain
  4. (f) Alice B Hodgkinson b. 1860 Shoalhaven d. 1899 Nowra ( Dr Thomas Matthews 1884)
  5. (f) Emma Hodgkinson b. 1863 Shoalhaven
  6. (f) Henrietta M Hodgkinson b. 1865 Shoalhaven
  7. (f) Margaret M L Hodgkinson b. 1867 Shoalhaven
  8. (f) Lucy E Hodgkinson b. 1869 Shoalhaven
  9. (m) Walter John Hodgkinson b. 1872 Shoalhaven

Hodgkinson Rosina (Smith)

b. 1866 Shoalhaven d. 17/12/1933 Marrickville

m. John Anthony Hodgkinson (abt 1862 -11/9/1932 Marrickville Son of John Hodgkinson & Ann) 1883 Shoalhaven

f. Joseph Smith m. Helen

  1. (f) Annie Hodgkinson b. 1888 Nowra
  2. (m) Arthur Hodgkinson b. 1890 Nowra
  3. (f) Alice Maud Hodgkinson b. 1896 Nowra d. 12/4/1943
  4. (f) Alma Hodgkinson b. 1899 Kiama 12906/1899
  5. (f) Esma Hodgkinson b. 1903 Petersham
  6. (f) Helen Doran Hodgkinson b. 1908 St Peters

Living Lakelands in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties. Husband a labourer.

HODGKINSON.-December 17, 1933, at her residence, Vaudrey, 6 Alma-avenue, Marrickville, Rosina, widow of the late John Anthony Hodgkinson, late of Cambewarra, aged 67 years. The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Monday 18 December 1933 p 8

Hodgson Grace Bridget (O’Dwyer)

b. 28/7/1882 Shellharbour d. 1973 Burwood

m. Richard Hodgson 1906

f. Thomas O’Dwyer m. Mary Jane Moffat *

1903 Electoral roll –living at Jamberoo Music teacher

Hodgson Hannah (Prince)

b. abt 1833 Wrexham d. 1903 Granville

m. Henry Hodgson (abt 1833 York Yorkshire- ) 1854 Lambeth

Ship: Victory 1855

  1. (f) Elizabeth J Hodgson b. 1855
  2. (f) Martha Hodgson b. 1857 Chippendale d. 1858 Chippendale
  3. (m) George H Hodgson b. 1858 Chippendale d. 1903 Balmain South
  4. (f) Caroline S Hodgson b. 1860 Sydney
  5. (m) George E Hodgson b. 1862 Kiama 8548/1862

Husband a mason

HODGSON -The friends of the late Mrs HANNAH HODGSON, relict of the late Henry Hodgson, Stone-mason, are kindly invited to attend her Funeral, which will move from the residence of her son, 68 Mullens-street, Balmain, THIS (Wednesday) AFTERNOON, at 1 o'clock, for the Necropolis, via Mortuary Station. The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW: 1842 - 1954) Wednesday 29 July 1903 p 12

Hodgson Sarah (Crossman)

b. 1834 Newton Abboot Devonshire d. 17/1/1917

m. George Hodgson ( 30/10/1830 England – 16/5/1922 Son of Leonard Hodgson & Mary Walker) 10/9/1856 St Michael’s Wollongong 2176/1856

f.Moses Crossman m. Elizabeth Boyes *

Ship: Maidstone 1853

  1. (f) Sarah Louise Hodgson b. 1857 Turon d. 1939
  2. (m) Leonard Henry Hodgson b. 1859 Turon d. 1949
  3. (m) George Hodgson b. 1861 Mitchell Creek d. 1942
  4. (m) Frederick Sydney Hodgson b. 1863 Mitchell Creek d. 1928
  5. (m) Arnold Arthur Hodgson b. 1865 Mitchell Creek d.
  6. (m) Edgar John Hodgson b. 1867 Mitchell Creek d. 1869
  7. (m) Percy Edgar Hodgson b. 1869 Mitchell Creek d. 1962
  8. (m) Cortis Rawthorne Hodgson b. 1872 Hill End d. 1967
  9. (f) Alice Mary Hodgson b. 1874 Hill End d. 1967

At St. Michael's Church, on the 10th instant, Mr. George Hodgson to Sarah, third daughter of Mr. Crossman, Fairy Meadow. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Monday 15 September 1856 p 3

Hodson Esther (Hickman/Wood )

b. 1880 Wollongong 27552/1880 d. 28/4/1943 Woonona

m. Isaac Hodson 1922 Balmain North

f. William Henry Hickman m. Mary Matilda Beldock * see Wood

Living at Woonona in 1903 Electoral Roll – Dressmaker


Mrs. Esther Hodson, wife of Mr. Isaac Hodson, of Gray-st., Woonona, passed away at her residence on Wednesday at the age of 62 years. A quiet natured woman, the late Mrs. Hodson was an active worker for the Woonona Methodist Church, and during her residence in Woonona she had built up a large circle of friends. Her husband survives her. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Friday 30 April 1943 p 8

Hodson Nellie

Unmarried or no father listed

  1. (m) Percy Hodson b. 1900 Woonona 28020/1900

Hodson Mary Ann

b. abt 1840 d. 15/4/1919 Woonona

m. Isaac Hodson (-1920 Bulli) 1873

f. John m. Mary

  1. (m) Isaac Hodson b. d. (Mary Jane Williams 1903, Esther Hickman * 1922)
  2. (m) Robert Hodson b. abt 1875 d. 21/12/1948 Newcastle (Sarah Jane Hitchins * 1899)

Living at Woonona in 1903 Electoral Roll – Dromestic duties

The death occurred on. Tuesday of Mrs. Hodson, of Gray-street, Woonona, at the age of 79 years. She leaves a husband and grown-up family. South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus (NSW : 1900 - 1954) Thursday 17 April 1919 p 12

Hodson Mary Jane (Williams)

b. abt 1880 d. 1907 Woonona

m. Isaac Hodson (-1961 Bulli Son of Isaac Hobson & Mary Ann) 1903 Woonona

f. Henry Williams m. Harriett

  1. (m) Clarence H Hodson b. 1902 Woonona d. 1963 Parramatta
  2. (m) William Hodson b. 1905 Woonona d. 1905 Woonona
  3. (f) Edna M Hodson b. 1907 Woonona d. 1907 Woonona

HODSON- October ?th at her residence Stanhope Street Woonona beloved wife of Isaac Hodson (Jnr) aged 27 years.

Hodson Susan Jane (Hitchins)

b. abt 1879 Arlecdon Cumberland d. 13/3/1952 Hamilton cr.

m. Samuel Hodson (abt 1875 -21/12/1948 Newcastle) 1899 Woonona

f. John Hitchins m. Jane

  1. (f) Lilly Hodson b. 1900 Woonona 9004/1900 d. 1900 Woonona
  2. (f) Adeline S Hodson b. 1900 Woonona 37008/1900 (Leslie Hillier 1928)
  3. (m) Stanley Waln Hodson b. 1902 Woonona 37760/1902
  4. (m) Harold J Hodson b. 1907 Woonona 20112/1907
  5. (m) Wilfred Acton Hodson b. 1913 Woonona 13056/1913 d. 1991

Living at Woonona in 1903 Electoral Roll – Domestic Duties

Hoer Katrina/Katharina

m. Jacob Hoer

  1. (f) Margareta Hoer b. 1853 bp. CofE Dapto: Wollongong V18531186 39A/1853
  2. (f) Katrina Hoer b. 1858 Wollongong 13523/1858

Hoffman Anne

Living Woonona in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties

Hoffman Jane

Living Woonona in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties

Hoffman Mary

Living Woonona in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties

Hofman Margaret M D (Hardcastle)

m. Reuben Stephenson Moore Hofman (abt 1878 Antwerp Belgium- 17/12/1950 Katoomba Son of J B Hofman/Hoefmans & Mary Minnie ) 1900 Wollongong

  1. (m) Reuben Harold Hofman b. 1901 Wollongong 18333/1901 d. 14/3/1903 Sydney
  2. (m) Stanley M Hofman b. 1904 Sydney d. 1934 Drummoyne
  3. (f) Edna May Hofman b. 1906 Katoomba (Duff)
  4. (f) Minnie Mary Hofman b. 1910 Katoomba (Dawson)


Situated on the Heights of Katoomba. Three minutes' walk from the Railway Station, and within easy walking distance of principal Mountain Sights.

TERMS: 25s per week, or 5s per day.

Mrs. REUBEN S. HOFMAN, Proprietress. Australian Town and Country Journal (Sydney, NSW: 1870 - 1907) Wednesday 3 October 1906 p 54

Hogan Annie Mary (Frost)

b. 1852 Illawarra Wollongong V18521704 121A/1852 d. 1918 Randwick br.

m. Philip Denis Hogan (abt 1865 - 16/1/1908 St Vincents Sydney Son of Denis Hogan & Eleanor) 23/8/1890

f. William Frost m. Mary *

HOGAN-FROST.-August 23, at St. Igastins Church, by the Rev. T. Doran. Philip Denis Hogan, only surviving son of the late Dennis Hogan. Springmount, to Annie Mary Frost, triplet daughter of the late William Frost, Wollongong. The Sydney Morning Herald 15 November 1890

Hogan Catherine (Murray)

m. John Hogan 15/6/1851 Macquarie River

He resident Shoalhaven she of Macquarie River

  1. (m) James Hogan b. 11/4/1852 Shoalhaven
  2. (m) Edward Hogan b. 1/1/1854 Shoalhaven reg Kiama RC
  3. (f) Elizabeth Hogan b. 25/7/1856 Shoalhaven reg Kiama RC
  4. (f) Mary Hogan b. 25/9/1858 Wollongong 13488/1858

Husband a labourer/settler

Hogan Eliza Jane (Smethurst)

d. 14/7/1936 br. Woronora

m. John Richard Hogan (-24/6/1925 Heathcote Son of Peter Hogan & Elizabeth) 1889 Sydney

f. James Smedhurst m. Hannah

  1. (m) Crossley H S Hogan b. 1898 Newtown d. 1891 Newtown
  2. (m) Percy R Hogan b. 1893 Newtown d. 1893 Newtown
  3. (f) Hannah E Hogan b. 1895 Redfern
  4. (f) Lynda H M Hogan b. 1898 Helensburgh 12599/1898 d. 1899 Redfern
  5. (f) Effie V Hogan b. 1901 Helenburgh 3929/1901 (Arthur Payne 1925)

Lived at Heathcote?

Hogan Ellen Mary (Ryan)

b. abt 1855 Ireland d. 1928 Marrickville br. Rookwood

m. Thomas Hogan 24/9/1891 St Francis Xavier’s 8266/1891

f. James Ryan m. Mary Coghlai

Occuaption: Governess

Hogan Johannah

m. James Hogan

  1. (m) Patrick F Hogan b. 1892 Kiama 18506/1892

Hogan Lucy (O’Brien)

b. abt 1850 Co Clare Ireland d. 22/2/1925 Sandy Gully

m. James Hogan ( abt 1845 Co Clare Ireland -) 13/2/1870 Dapto RC 3726/1870

f. Terence O’Brien m. Susan Malone *

Ship: John Bunyan 1857

  1. (u) Children born at Gundagai

Mrs. J. Hogan.

The death of Mrs. J. Hogan took place at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. W. H. Todd, Shepherdstown, Adelong, recently. She was well known and highly respected, and had reached the age of 76 years.

She had been in failing health for the last 18 months, but the end came rather suddenly. During her illness she was faithfully and tenderly nursed by her daughter, Mrs. Will Todd. Her husband predeceased her six years ago. She was a fervent Catholic, and a loving wife and mother. She leaves a family of three sons and three daughters, and 19 grandchildren, to mourn their loss.

The daughters are: Mrs. Stinson (Stockinbingal), Mrs. Will Todd ('Glencoe,' Adelong), and Mrs. Minehan (Sydney). The late Mrs. H. W. Baker (Tumut) was also a daughter. The sons are: Patrick (Railway Department, Wagga), Thomas (Wynlong), and Augustus (Railway Department, Junee).

Another son, James, paid the supreme sacrifice during the Great War. Deceased met her death in a truly Christian spirit, fortified by the last Sacraments, which were administered by the Rev. Father Devine.

Her remains were interred beside those of her late husband in Adelong Cemetery. The Catholic Press (Sydney, NSW : 1895 - 1942) Thursday 26 March 1925 p 15

Mrs. Hogan, sen .mother of Mrs William Todd, passed away on Sunday last, at her daughter's home in Sandy Gully. The old lady had been in failing health for some time. Albury Banner and Wodonga Express (NSW: 1896 - 1938) Friday 27 February 1925 p 7

Hogan Margaret see White

Hogan Margaret ()

m. Patrick Hogan

  1. (f) Sarah Hogan b. 7/9/1838 Shoalhaven
  2. (m) William Hogan b. 30/8/1840 Shoalhaven
  3. (m) Patrick Hogan b. 30/8/1840 Shoalhaven

Hogan Mary

m. Michael E Hogan

  1. (f) Catherine M Hogan b. 1897 Helensburgh 2287/1897

Hogan Mary (Fitzgerald)

m. Daniel Hogan

  1. (f) Elizabeth Hogan b. 13/4/1856 Dapto
  2. (m) Dennis Hogan b. 27/1/1861 Shellharbour 8084/1861

Hogan Mary (O’Connor)

d. 18/8/1941 Crows Nest

m. Edmund Michael Hogan (1865 Mudgee- 21/11/1926 North Sydney Son of Timothy Hogan & Catherine) 1890 Sydney

f. Michael O’Connor m. Catherine

  1. (f) Annie V Hogan b. 1891 Mudgee d. 1891 Mudgee
  2. (m) Alphonsus James Joseph Hogan b. 1892 Lue (Vera Doris Harper 1916)
  3. (m) Edward M Hogan b. 1895 Helensburg 13346/1895 d. 1924 St Peters
  4. (m) Vincent T Hogan b. 1896 Woonona 27338/1896 d. 1897 Woonona
  5. (m) Leo F Hogan b. 1896 Helensburgh 31170/1898 d. 1898 Helensburgh
  6. (f) Catherine Mary Hogan b. 1897 Helensburgh 2287/1897 d. 1976 (John F Whiteford 1923)

Children are buried at Scarborough

HOGAN.-August 18, 1941, at her residence, 41 Atchison Street, Crow's Nest, Mary, widow of the late Edmund Michael and dearly beloved mother of A. J. Hogan and Edward (deceased) and Catherine (Mrs. J. Whiteford) and beloved sister of Anne O'Connor. Requiescat in pace.

Hogan Mary Louisa (Brooker)

b. 1860 Wollongong

m. Walter Harding Hogan (-1907 Gosford Son of James H Hogan & Lucy ) 14/6/1882 Sydney

f. James Brooker m. Elizabeth Willison Wood *

HOGAN-BROOKER.-June 14, at St. Philip's Church, Sydney, by the Rev. Robert McKeown, Walter Harding Hogan, of Sydney, to Mary Louisa, youngest daughter of the late James Brooker, Esq., of Fairy Meadow, Wollongong, New South Wales. The Sydney Morning Herald 24 June 1882

Hogben Jemima Henrietta (Hewlett)

b. 1847 Baptist Sydney St Andrew’s V1847408 59/1847 d. 17/8/1918 Burwood

m. Edward Hoghen ( abt 1835 -1891 Kogarah ) 23/8/1871 Congregational Church, Wollongong 3869/1871

f. William Hewlett m. Martha Evans *

  1. (f) Florence E Hogben b. 4/6/1872 Cooper St Surry Hills (Musgrave )
  2. (m) Edward Hewlett Hogben b. 1875 Sydney d. 2/3/1936 Katoomba
  3. (f) Lilly Augusta Hogben b. 31/8/1877 Strawberry Hill d. 27/10/1877 Sydney aged 8 weeks
  4. (m) Rev. Ernest William Hogben b. 1880 Redfern

On the 23rd instant, at the Congregational Church, Wollongong, by the Rev. George Charter, Mr. EDWARD HOGHEN, of  England, to JEMIMA HENRIETTA HEWLETT, eldest daughter of Mr. William Hewlett, storekeeper, Wollongong.  The Sydney Morning Herald 30 August 1871

Hogg Janet/Jessie

b. abt abt 1839 Haddington

m. Peter Hogg (abt 1841 Haddington - 1901 Carrington Son of James Hogg & Christina )

Ship: Northampton 1879

  1. (f) Jessie Hogg b. abt 1861 Lanark(John Carter 1882)
  2. (m) James Hogg b. abt 1868 Lanark d. 1909 Ryde
  3. (m) Charles T Hogg b. abt 1876 Lanark d. 1933 West Maitland
  4. (f) Jane Hogg b. abt 1878 Lanark (George Browne 1893)
  5. (m) Peter Albert J G Hogg b. 1881 Wollongong 18943/1881 d. 1954 Parramatta

Husband a miner. Living at Mount Pleasant in 1879.

Hoghy Ellen see Haughey

Holahan Bridget see Shannon

Holbrook Dora Hilda

b. 1881 Islington Middlesex d. 1957 Penrith

f. John Holbrook m. Harriett Simmons *

Living Barney St Kiama in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties

Holbrook Harriett (Simmons)

b. 1837 Westminster London d. 16/2/1914 Orange

m. John Holbrook (abt 1837 Finsbury Somerset - 1926 Blaxland Son of George Holbrook &) 1871 St George Hanover Square London

f. James Simmons m. Mary

Ship: abt 1887

  1. Lilian Holbrook b. 1875 Clapham Middlesex
  2. Dora Hilda Holbrook * b. 1881 Islington Middlesex d. 1957 Penrith

Living Barney St Kiama in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties. Husband a clerk.

Living in Kiama in 1908 when her sister died


The death also took place on Saturday afternoon of Miss Simmons (sister in-law of Mr. John Holbrook, and sister of the late Mr. Simmons, of Kiama). The deceased lady was in her 80th year, and although she had been ailing for some two years past, the cause of her demise was senile decay. The sad event took place at the residence of Mr. Holbrook, with whose family she resided. The remains were interred in the North Kiama cemetery on Sunday afternoon. The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser (NSW : 1863 - 1947) Wednesday 21 October 1908 p 2


The friends of the family were deeply grieved yesterday to learn that Mrs. Holbrook, wife of Mr. John Holbrook, had passed away late the previous evening. Deceased had been suffering for some time with a weak heart, and the changeable weather brought about a complete prostration. She had been confined to her home for a week, and her end came peacefully. Mrs Holbrook was born in Westminster, London, in 1837, and was the youngest daughter of James and Mary Simmons. Mr. and Mrs. Holbrook came to this State about 27 years ago. They lived at Kiama for about 23 years, and left for Orange about four years since.

Prior to her marriage, Mrs. Holbrook was a Sunday-school teacher at St. James' Church of England, Westminster, and an earnest church worker. She has been a strong supporter of the Orange Holy Trinity Church. Misses Dora and Lily Holbrook are the only surviving children.

To Mr. Holbrook and his daughters will be extended the deepest sympathy of a large number of friends in the loss of a kind-hearted and lovable-wife and mother. Leader (Orange, NSW: 1912 - 1922) Wednesday 18 February 1914 p 2

Holbrow/Halbrow Barbara Ann (Brown)

b. abt 1876 Whitworth Durham d. 28/10/1931 Wollongong br. Wollongong

m. David Holbrow (abt 1870 Wales – 23/7/1947 Wollongong Son of William Holbrow & Elizabeth ) 1895 Woonona

f. Thomas Brown m. Charlotte *

Ship: Port Victor 1887

  1. (m) George E Holbrow b. 1896 Woonona 9116/1896 d. 1897 Woonona
  2. (m) William Holbrow b. 1897 Wollongong 27829/1897 d. 1/7/1981 ( Ann Selina Waples 1924 )
  3. (m) Percy Holbrow b. 1898 Woonona 27256/1898
  4. (f) Eliza Holbrow b. 1900 Woonona 36970/1900 (Shannon)
  5. (m) Thomas Holbrow b. 1902 Woonona 8724/1902
  6. (m) David Oswald Holbrow b. 1904 Woonona 18423/1904 
  7. (m) Stanley Holbrow b. 1905 Woonona 19288/1905 d. 1905 Wollongong
  8. (f) Charlotte E Holbrow b. 1906 Wollongong 30510/1906 (Wynn)
  9. (f) Barbara A Hobrow b. 1908 Wollongong 42456/1908 (Horton)
  10. (m) John Holbrow b. 1911 Woonona 35866/1911
  11. (m) Ernest R Holbrow b. 1912 Woonona 52316/1912 d. 1912 Woonona
  12. (f) Elizabeth O Holbrow b. 1914 Bulli 4787/1914 d. 1914 Bulli

Living at Corrimal in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties

The death occurred in Wollongong District Hospital last Tuesday of Mrs. Barbara Ann Holbrow, aged 56 years. Mrs. Holbrow had been ailing for some time. She leaves a husband and adult family to mourn their loss. South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus (NSW: 1900 - 1954) Friday 30 October 1931 p 12

Holcombe Eliza (Curtis)

b. abt 1844 d. 30/8/1918 Narooma br. Kiama General

m. Alfred Holcombe 1872 Reigate Surrey

f. William m. Mary

  1. (f) Hilda Beata Holcombe * b. 1873 Croydon London UK d. 7/1/1961 Newcastle ( Charles Knott 1899)

Narooma. The success of the School of Acts social on Friday, 30th Aug., was rather marred by the death of Mrs. Holcombe, mother of Mrs. Knott, (one of the secretaries) which occurred that morning. The Cobargo Chronicle (NSW: 1898 - 1944) Saturday 14 September 1918 p 2

In 1881 Cencus daughter living with her uncle.

Holden Ann Elizabeth (Sutherland)

d. 1856 Chatswood

m. Richard Henry Holden (7/1/1864 Kiama - 12/4/1939 North Sydney Son of Richard Holden & Susanna Walton *) 1891

f. William Sutherland

  1. (f) Jeanette Marjorie Holden b. 1892 Kiama d. 1947 North Sydney

Holden Annie Julia Bridget M (Orvad/Orvid)

b. 28/11/1871 Georges River d. 10/1/1933 Kiama br. Kiama

m. William George Holden (1/10/1865 Kiama- 31/12/1942 Parramatta Son of Richard Holden & Susanna Walton *) 1894 Sydney

f. John Peter Orvad m. Honora Mary Madden *

  1. (f) Mary I Orvad b. 1893 Woonona d. before 1933
  2. (f) Florence Mary R Holden b. 1895 Kiama 4327/1895 d. 1954 Miller’s Point (Albert E Almond 1922)
  3. (m) Jack Holden b. 1901 Kiama d. 1901 Kiama
  4. (f) Violia Merle Holden b. 1899 Kiama 4011/1899

Living Bong Bong St Kiama in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties


After a lenghty illness Mrs. W.G. Holden passed away in the Kiama District Hospital on Tuesday morning last. She had been in failing health for some time and following a stay in the hospital had undertaken a health trip but without beneficial results, and on her return a month ago, she was obliged to again enter the hospital.

Born at St Georges River, Miss Annie Julia Ovard married Mr William George Holden a member of a well known local family, and had resided at Kiama for many years, being well known and respected. She is survived by her husband and two daughters Florence Rose (Mrs Almond) and Miss Viola Merle Holden and two brothers Merres William and Nicholas Ovard… The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser (NSW : 1863 - 1947) Saturday 14 January 1933 p 2

Holden Elizabeth Ann (Cousins)

b 14/6/1861 Kiama d. 24/8/1936 South Gundurimba br. East Lismore

m. John Fortune Holden (17/1/1853 at sea -24/10/1930 Lismore Son of Richard Holden & Susannah Walton *) 21/7/1880 Kiama 3701/1880

f. Christopher Cousins m. Jane Barnes *

  1. (f) Elizabeth Ada Holden b. 1881 Kiama 19431/1881 d. 1882 Kiama
  2. (f) Susannah J Holden b. 1886 Kiama 25140/1886 
  3. (m) Henry Fortune Holden b. 1891 Kiama d. 15/7/1965
  4. (m) William Oswald Holden b. 1892 Kiama d. 23/11/1971
  5. (f) Alice I Holden b. 1895 Kiama 13683/1895
  6. (m) Cecil H Holden b. 1897 Kiama 32256/1897


Mrs. Elizabeth Ann Holden, who died at her residence at South Gundurimba on Monday afternoon, was buried yesterday morning in the Methodist portion of the Lismore cemetery beside the remains of her late husband, John Fortune Holden, who died in 1930. Northern Star (Lismore, NSW: 1876 - 1954) Wednesday 26 August 1936 p 10

Holden Jane Mary (Osborne)

b. abt 1818 d. 21/12/1895 Upper Paterson

m. Alfred Holden 26/8/1838 Dapto CofE Dapto; Wollongong

f. Alick Osborne m. Anne *

  1. (m) Alick O Holden b. 1841
  2. (m) Alfred K Holden b. 1843 bp. CofE Illawarra; Jervis Bay
  3. (m) Alick O Holden b. 1843 bp. CofE Illawarra; Jervis Bay
  4. (m) Frances Gillam Holden b. 9/2/1843 Ellalong Brisbane Water bp. CofE Illawarra; Jervis Bay d. 1924
  5. (m) Mary A Holden b. 1844
  6. (m) Laura Holden b. 1847
  7. (m) Jane O Holden b. . 1849
  8. (m) Anne C Holden b. 1854
  9. (m) Isabella Rosamund Holden b. 1851
  10. (m) Harold H Holden b. 1857 Paterson
  11. (m) Charles E Holden b. 1859 Paterson
  12. (m) John Holden b. 1861 Paterson
  13. (m) Edith A Holden b. 1864 Paterson

Husband a police magistrate

Holden Margaret (Iredale then Pringle)

b. Sydney or England d. 9/6/1894 Kiama br. Kiama

m. James Pringle (- 1891 Sydney )8/8/1863 Sydney

m. Richard Holden ( 18/2/1829 Kendal Westmorland - 22/6/1899 Kiama Son of John Holden & Mary Smith) 15/3/1893 Sydney

f. Lancelot Iredale m. Kezia Bedford ?

  1. (f) Maggie Pringle b. 1864 Sydney
  2. (m) George G Pringle b. 1865 Sydney
  3. (m) James L I Pringle b. 1866 Sydney
  4. (m) Benjamin Pringle b. 1869 Sydney
  5. (m) Annie Constance Pringle b. 1870 Sydney
  6. (m) Robert S Pringle b. 1871 Sydney
  7. (m) Percy E Pringle b. 1872 Sydney
  8. (m) Reginald Pringle b. 1874 Sydney
  9. (m) Archibald Pringle b. 1875 Sydney
  10. (m) Mildried I Pringle b. 1877 Sydney
  11. (m) Katie May Pringle b. 1880 Sydney

HOLDEN.- June 9 at her late residence, Bong Bong-street, Kiama, Margaret, the wife of Richard Holden, sen , and sister of Mesdames H. French, B. Richards, C. Pattison, and J.H. Watkin, Messrs. Thos. Jno and Lancelot Iredale, of Sydney, and Robert Iredale, of Brisbane.  The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Saturday 16 June 1894 p 1 Family Notices

HOLDEN— PRINGLE.— March 15, at Wesleyan Parsonage, Newtown, by Rev. Mr. Bevan, Richard Holden, Esq., of Kiama, to Maggie Pringle, late of Surry Hills Evening News (Sydney, NSW : 1869 - 1931) Saturday 25 March 1893 p 4 Family Notices

Holden Martha (Akhurst)

b. 22/8/1804 d. 24/12/1854 Bulli V18541351 41A/1854

m. James Holden (27/4/1804 Hellingly Sussex -20/3/1892 Moruya Son of James Holden & Sarah Akhurst) 7/6/1826 Hellingly Sussex

f. John Akhurst m. Maria Burgess

Ship: Alfred 1839

  1. (f) Sally Maria Holden b. 1826 Hellingly d. Bulli (William Walter ? )
  2. (f) Harriett Holden * b. 1834 Hellingly d. 1863 Dungog (Joseph Eales 1849)
  3. (f) Jane Ann Holden b. 1837 Hellingley d. on voyage
  4. (f) Charlotte Holden * b. 24/12/1840 Allyn River near Dungog d. 14/4/1918 Stanmore ( George H Goodin 1861)

Husband gave the land to the C/E for St. Augustine's, Bulli and, for a nominal fee, the land for the Old Bulli Cemetery near the railway line. He also donated the bell for the church which is understood to be still in use.

Holden Mary (McDonald)

b. 1825 Inverness Scotland d. 3/9/1911 Katunga Vic br. Numurkah Vic

m. Thomas Holden (1815 Glasgow – 18/8/1882 Yarroweyah Vic ) 26/7/1841 Wollongong 1841 Presbyterian Wollongong V18414374 74B

f. John McDonald m. Sarah Anderson

Ship: Boyne 1839

  1. (m) John Holden b. 1843 Lodden d. 1906 Coolamon ( Margaret Gellie 1879)
  2. (f) Ann Holden b. 1844 Darebin Creek d. 1918 Tatura ( Finlay McLean 1867)
  3. (m) Lachlan Holden b. 1845 Melbourne Vic d. 1932 Yarroweyah Vic
  4. (f) Flora Holden b. 5/12/1849 Campbellfield d. 1911 Nyah West Vic ( Edward John Albert Jeans 1869)
  5. (m) Archibald Holden b. Aug 1850 Preston d. 1890 Cobram Vic
  6. (m) Alexander Holden b. 1852 d. 1911 Yarraweyah Vic
  7. (f) Sarah Holden b. 28/4/1853 Darebin Creek d. 1924 ( John Pattison)
  8. (m) Thomas Holden b. 9/1/1855 Merri Creek d. 1905 South Yarra Vic (Mary Selanders Stewart 1884, Grace Barnes 1888?)
  9. (f) Mary Ann Holden b. 20/4/1857 Lancefield Vic d. 1866 Lancefield Vic
  10. (f) Janet Holden b. 18/7/1858 Lancefield Vic d. 1939 Swan Hill ( Donald Langdon Edwards 1882)
  11. (m) William Malcolm Holden b. 10/6/1860 Lancefield Vic d. 1936 Shepparton
  12. (f) Mary Barbara Holden b. 20/4/1862 Lancefield Vic d. 1925 Berrigan (George Jamieson 1887?)
  13. (f) Margaret Holden b. 8/10/1864 Lancefield Vic d. 1952 Coburg Vic (Robert Templeton 1907)
  14. (f) Louisa Holden b. 23/3/1866 Lancefield Vic d. 1947 Shepparton Vic (Alexander Guthrie 1899?)

Holden Miriam Eleanor (Hambly)

b. 1877 Dubbo d. 1945 Katoomba

m. Thomas H Holden 1903 Waterloo

f. John Paul Hambly m. Emily

Living at Terralong St Kiama in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties

Sister Victoria Alice Roberts * also resident.

Holden Naomi (Cornford)

b. 1855 Weslyan Methodist Wollongong d. 4/1/1923 Kiama br. Kiama General

m. Thomas Holden (29/4/1851 Kendal - 11/10/1936 Kiama Son of Richard Holden & Susannah Walton *) 3/10/1876 Waterloo

f. William Cornford m. Lucy Fellows *

  1. (m) Eleanor Mary Holden b. 27/8/1877 Kiama d. 25/12/1877 Kiama
  2. (m) Thomas Henry Holden b. 7/6/1879 Kiama 15830/1879 d. 24/11/1971 (Miriam Hambly 1903)
  3. (m) Maud Marion Holden * b. 12/7/1881 Kiama 19438/1881 d. 19/2/1960 Lismore (William A Orr 1904)
  4. (m) Richard George Holden b. 8/4/1884 Kiama 23389/1884 d. 8/4/1954 (Violet Grace Johnson 1910)
  5. (m) Stanley John Holden b. 3/11/1885 Kiama 24312/1885d. 3/5/1895 Kiama
  6. (m) Walter Reginald Holden b. 24/2/1888 Kiama d. 10/7/1960 Kiama (Mabel Marion Parsley 1917)
  7. (m) Lucy Celia Holden b. 23/6/1890 Kiama d. 21/12/1890 Kiama

Living Bong Bong St Kiama in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties

Husband a blacksmith employed in the construction of Kiama Harbour. He also ran a butchery there for over 60 years. She was teacher at Kiama Public School. Organist and Choir Master at Kiama Methodist Church.

HOLDEN–CORNFORD.—On October 3rd, at the residence of the bride's brother, Waterloo, by the Rev. Francis Tait, THOMAS, eldest son of Mr. Richard HOLDEN, of Kiama, to NAOMI, youngest daughter of William CORNFORD, deceased, of Wollongong. The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser (NSW : 1863 - 1947) Friday 13 October 1876 p 2

Holden Susanna (Walton)

b. 1826 Horbury Yorkshire England d. 2/10/1885 Kiama br. Kiama General

m. Richard Holden ( 18/2/1829 Kendal Westmorland - 22/6/1899 Kiama Son of John Holden & Mary Smith) 5/2/1851 Kendal Wessex

f. George Walton m. Susannah Fletcher

Ship: Fortune 1853

  1. (m) Thomas Henry Holden b. 29/4/1851 Kendal d. 11/10/1936 Kiama ( Naomi Cornford * 1876 )
  2. (m) John Fortune Holden b. 17/1/1853 at sea d. 24/10/1930 Lismore ( Elizabeth Ann Cousins * 1880)
  3. (f) Mary Holden * b. 28/3/1855 Newtown d. 1/7/1936 Kiama (Benjamin B Boniface 1878)
  4. (f) Susannah Walton Holden * b. 17/7/1857 Newtown d. 3/2/1939 Glebe (Lawrence Geoghegan 1874)
  5. (f) Margaret Matilda Holden * b. 13/11/1859 Parramatta d. 1/4/1941 Rockdale (James Morse 1879)
  6. (f) Sarah Jane Holden * b. 30/4/1862 Kiama d. before 1946 ( Christofer V Sharpe 1882)
  7. (m) Richard Henry Holden b. 7/1/1864 Kiama d. 12/4/1939 North Sydney (Ann Elizabeth Sutherland * 1891)
  8. (m) William George Holden b. 1/10/1865 Kiama d. 31/12/1942 Parramatta (Annie J Orvord * 1894)
  9. (f) Hannah Louisa Holden * b. 21/8/1867 Kiama d. 8/10/1946 Grenfell ( Thomas George Cousins 1890)

Holder Fanny (White)

d. 1895 Clifton 8694/1895

m. James Holder (-abt 1916) 1873 Yorkshire

f. John White m. Phoebe Hartland

Ship: abt 1879 into South Australia

  1. (m) Thomas Holder
  2. (f) Mary Ann Holder (Charles Taylor 1900)
  3. (f) Ellen Holder b. 1886 Woonona 24510/1886 (Charles S Clough 1908)
  4. (m) James Holder b. d. 1887 Newtown
  5. (f) Louisa Holder b. 1888 Campbelltown 17676/1888
  6. (m) Edward James Holder b. 28/7/1892 Helensburgh 16772/1892 d. 1988 (Maggie Ratcliffe 1919)
  7. (f) Fanny Holder b. 1895 Clifton 13339/1895 d. 1895 Clifton

Husband living at Tempe in 1914 when son Edward enlisted but later Ellen Clough was Next of Kin.

Holdstock Louisa (Burgess)

d. 1942 North Sydney br. Rookwood

m. George H Holdstock (abt 1861 -1935 Granville Son of Thomas Holdstock & Margaret) 1886 Sydney

f. Alfred Burgess m. Jane

  1. (m) Arthur G Holdstock b. 1888 Redfern
  2. (f) Irene Ivy Holdstock b. 1890 Redfern
  3. (f) Ida M Holdstock b. 1892 Redfern
  4. (m) William Holdstock b. 1893 Waterloo
  5. (f) Claudine E Holdstock b. 1895 Waterloo
  6. (m) Ernest A Holdstock b. 1897 Waterfall 12812/1897
  7. (f) Edith L Holdstock b. 1898 Redfern
  8. (m) Walter H Holdstock b. 1899 Redfern
  9. (f) Nellie Holdstock b. 1903 Helensburgh 3640/1903
  10. (m) George B Holdstock b. 1904 Helensburgh 3611/1904

HOLDSTOCK - May 21, 1942, at her residence, 14 Darley Street, North Sydney, Louisa Holdstock, widow of the late George Holdstock, aged 78 years. Privately interred. The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW: 1842 - 1954) Monday 25 May 1942 p 10

Holdsworth Charlotte Emily

Living Jamberoo in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties

Holland Caroline (Peace)

b. 28/2/1873 American Creek d. 15/9/1939 Cessnock br. Cessnock

m. John Thomas Holland (1869 Solford England- 24/6/1939 Cessnock Son of Thomas Holland & Annie Blore )17/12/1890 Mt Kembla 7733/1890

f. Jonathan Peace m. Jane Forster *

  1. (m) Thomas Peace b. 12/1/1890 Sydney 18197/1913 d. 9/2/1960 Cessnock
  2. (m) John Thomas b. 2/3/1892 Mt Kembla 38925/1892 d. 23/2/1967 Sydney
  3. (m) Richard Henry Holland b. 1895 Wollongong 18423/1895 d. 1966 Gosford
  4. (f) Mabel B Holland b. 29/8/1897 West Maitland d. 14/11/1967 Sydney
  5. (f) Jane Anne Holland b. 13/10/1906 West Maitland

Holland Eliza A

m. Thomas J Holland

  1. (m) Thomas F Holland b. 1860 bp. CofE Jamberoo; Kiama; Shoalhaven V1860948 155/1860

Holland Mary

Living St Josephs Convent Dapto in 1903 Electoral Roll –School teacher

Holland Mary Lucy (Grantham)

b. abt 1859 d. 26/10/1938 Darlinghurst br. South Head

m. Arthur John Holland (abt 1860 London - 1937 Petersham Son of William Holland ) 17/5/1881 Sydney 609/1881

f. John Grantham m. Mary

  1. (f) Lillian Mary Holland * b. 1882 Sydney ( Daniel Currie 1912)
  2. (m) Arthur B Holland b. 1885 Newtown
  3. (f) Mary Lucy Holland b. 16/8/1898 Crown St Wollongong 21146/1898 (John J Colleton 1934)

Living Crown St Wollongong in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties

This couple were Catholic and their youngest child was christened in Wollongong, however her birth was registered in Sydney.

Holliday Mary J (Kells)

b. abt 1859 Cavan Ireland

m. Robert Holliday (- 1899) 1882 Paddington 2699/1882

Ship: Pericles 1879

  1. (f) Mary E Holliday b. 1883 Woonona 21204/1883
  2. (f) Elizabeth J Holliday b. 1885 Sydney 208/1885
  3. (m) John Holliday b. 1887 Sydney 2602/1887 d. 1888 Sydney

Hollings Mary Ann (Wentworth then Addison)

b. about 1822 Sydney d. 10/6/1870 ‎ St Helier, Jersey, United Kingdom

m. Stephen Addison (- 1854) V1840201 24B/1840 Church of England Sydney, St James'

m. Charles Hollings (1815- ) 1855 Hobart Tasmania

f. D’Arcey Wentworth m. Mary Ann Laws

  1. (m) Hugh D’Arcy Addison 1842 Tasmania
  2. (m) John Elliott Addison b. 1845 bp. Presbytrian Wollongong V18454373 45B/1845
  3. (m) Stephen McComish Addison V18484480 45B/1848 d. 1872 Hobart
  4. (f) Elizabeth Sophia Addison 1850 Tasmania
  5. (f) Mary Agnes Addison 1852 Tasmania
  6. (f) Female Holling 12180/1857 (no father listed, is also listed under Wentworth)

By Special License, on Saturday the 29th inst., at St. James's Church. by the Lord Bishop of   Australia, Captain STEPHEN ADDISON of Hobart Town, to MARY ANN, daughter of the late D'Arcey Wentworth, Esq., and sister to William Charles Wentworth, Esq., Barrister at law, of   Vaucluse, and Major D'Arcey Wentworth, of Her Majesty's 40th Regiment. The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser 21 December 1840

BIRTH.—On Wednesday, the 21st instant, at her residence, High-street, the lady of Captain STEPHEN ADDISON, of a son. Launceston Examiner (Tas) 1 October 1842

BIRTH—On the 25th April, at Lake House, Peterborough, Illawarra, New South Wales, Mrs. Stephen Addison, of a son.  Colonial Times (Hobart) 27 May 184

On the 31st ultimo, at Lake House, Peterborough, Illawarra, Mrs. Stephen Addison, of a son. The Sydney Morning Herald 5 April 1848

ON Monday, the 11th instant, a farewell dinner , at Mr. George Brown's, Illawarra Hotel, was given by the brethren of the Illawarra Lodge of Unanimity and Concord, to their Worshipful Master, Captain Addison, who is about to leave this place for Van Diemen’s Land The Sydney Morning Herald 20 September 1848

On Tuesday, the 11th instant, in High-street, the lady of Stephen Addison, Esq., of a daughter. Colonial Times (Hobart) 14 June 1850

On his death in 1827, D’Arcey Wentworth was one of the richest men in the Colony. He left his Illawarra Estate, totalling 13,050 acres, in trust to his five children, Martha (Reddall), Sophia (Towns), Mary Ann (Addison/Hollings), Catherine (Bassett/Darley) and his son Robert.

Hollingworth/Hollingsworth Isabella Anne (Marceau)

b. 1869 Wollongong d. 11/2/ 1898 Dapto br. West Dapto Catholic Cemetery

m. John Hollingworth (abt 1860 Nottinghamshire England-) 27/9/1893 Residence of Mrs Marceau West Dapto 7575/1893

f. Joseph Marceau m. Mary Barrett *

HOLLINGWORTH.-February 11, at Wisteria, Dapto, Isobel Annie, beloved wife of John Hollingworth, and youngest daughter of Mrs. Joseph Marceau, aged 27 years.SMH 17 February 1898

Hollitt Annie May (Boulton)

* b. 1877 Manning River d. 1969 Newtown

m. Augustus J Hollitt (Son of W Hollitt) 5/10/1903 Minamurra Public School Dunmore

f. George Boulton m. Alice Eggins *

  1. (f) Linda A M Hollitt b. 1904 Waverley
  2. (m) Augustus J Hollitt b. 1906 Waverley

Living Dunmore in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties

Holm Annie Louisa Jane

Living Terralong St Kiama in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties

Holm Augusta

Living Terralong St Kiama in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties

Holm Emma Grace (Goodwin)

d. 1934 Redfern

m. Hermann William Holm 1893 Redfern

f. James Goodwin m. Grace

  1. (f) Clarice E Holm b. 1894 Redfern
  2. (m) Herman Joseph Holm b. 1895 Newtown
  3. (f) Dorothy M Holm b. 1897 Sydney
  4. (f) Emma V Holm b. 1898 Redfern
  5. (m) John Holm b. 1902 Sydney
  6. (m) Bernard M Holm b. 1911 Berry

He is recorded as writing to his wife from the Boar War in 1900. She was living in Kiama.

Sydney.—A commitment warrant for £13 and 11s. 6d. costs, in default to be imprisoned until the order has .been complied with, has been issued by the Children’s Court Bench against Herman William Holm for disobeying a magisterial order for the support of his wife and children. He- is about 50 years of age, 6 feet high, well built, fair, tanned complexion, thin, light brown hair, blue eyes, clean shaved, square jaws; a labourer, and an ex-railway permanent-way ganger. New South Wales Police Gazette and Weekly Record of Crime (Sydney : 1860 - 1930)Wednesday 7 September 1921 Page 519

Holmes Annie Grace Maria

Living Tory’s Hotel Kiama in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties

Holmes Ansley (Lusted)

b. abt 1862 Heathfield Sussex . 1951 Branxton

m. Thomas Holmes (abt 1860 Burwash Sussex -1925 Branxton Son of Richard Holmes & Ann) 1880 Hailsham Sussex

f. William Lusted

Ship: Illawarra 1883

  1. (m) Lewis George Holmes b. abt 1881 Sussex
  2. (f) Mercy L b. abt 1883 Sussex
  3. (m) Thomas Charles Holmes b. 1884 Petersham d. 1962 Newcastle
  4. (m) William L Holmes b. 1886 Burwood
  5. (m) Richard Holmes b. 1888 Burwood d. 1919 Greta
  6. (m) Hector Holmes b. 1892 Helensburg 16783/1892
  7. (m) Albert Holmes b. 1895 Helensburgh 3980/1895
  8. (m) Reginald Holmes b. 1898 Helensburgh 12595/1898

Living Helensburgh in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties. Husband a farmer.

When she died she held 299 acres 2 roods 32 poles of land situated at Lower Belford (just under 300 acres or about 122 hectares)

Holmes Clara Ernestine (Hewison)

b. abt 1868 d. 5/10/1950 Qld br. Murgon Qld

m. Lewis George Holmes (abt 1881-7/7/1970 Qld) 19/7/1907 Leichhardt

f. Edmund Hewison m. Annie Lynall

  1. (m) George Murgon Hewison Holmes b. 28/3/1909 d. 19/4/1996 Qld
  2. (m) Donald Lewis Synall Holmes b. 4/07/1912 Qld d. 1973

Living at Darke’s Forest in 1903 Electoral Roll- School teacher

On July 19, at All Souls' C. E., Leichhardt, the marriage of Mr. Louis G. Holmes, of Murgon, Queensland, with Miss Clara Ernestine Hewison, fourth daughter of Mr. E. Howison, Moss Ville, was solemnised by the Rev. H. J. Noble. The bride (who was given away by her brother-in-law, Mr. O. T. Miller, M.L.A., of Monaro, was dressed in cream silk, trimmed with Valenciennes lace and orange blossoms, She also wore a gold brooch set with rubies, the gift of Mr. G. Miller and a topaz pendant, the gift of her sister, Miss A. M. Hewison. Her bridesmaids worn the Misses Ethel and Lilian Howison (sisters). They wore cream silk dresses and pale-blue hats trimmed with roses. The bridegroom's present to them were gold charms and pendants. Mr. C. W. H. Miller acted as beat man. A reception subsequently took place at Monaro, Leichhardt, the residence of the Misses Howison, sisters of the bride, where about 30 relatives were entertained at the wedding breakfast. Later the happy couple left by the Brisbane mail for their honeymoon. The bride's travelling dress was green voile, trimmed with cream fancy braid, and a cream felt hat. The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Saturday 10 August 1907 p 11

Holmes Edith Jane (Wells)

b. 1863 Glebe d. 27/9/1944 Lindfield br.

m. Thomas Barker Wells (1855 Derbyshire-31/8/1928 Sydney) 1886 Glebe

f. George John Wells m. Sarah

  1. (f) Edith Winnefred Wells Holmes b. 21/12/1887 Qld
  2. (m) Thomas John Norman Holmes b. 23/9/1889 Qld
  3. (f) Dorothy Nellie Gladys Holmes b. 11/5/1891 Qld
  4. (m) George Stanley Barker Holmes b. 23/10/1892 Brisbane Qld
  5. (m) Charles Wesley Gordon Holmes b. 15/3/1894 Brisbane Qld
  6. (f) Ada E C Holmes b. 1896 Waverley
  7. (f) Mabel V D Holmes b. 1903 Wollongong

Living Market St Wollongong in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties

Husband a Methodist clergyman

On Wednesday, September 27, Mrs. T. B. Holmes, widow of the late Rev. T. B. Holmes, passed away at an advanced age. The funeral service, held the following day, The Methodist (Sydney, NSW : 1892 - 1954) Saturday 14 October 1944 p 7

Holmes Georgina

m. Alexander Holmes

  1. (f) Isabel M Holmes b. 1893 Liverpool d. 1893 Liverpool
  2. (m) Alexander Holmes b. 1894 Helensburgh 16208/1894 d. 1959 Kogarah

Holmes Georgina

m. Thomas Holmes

  1. (m) Thomas J Holmes b. 1901 Wollongong 8969/1901

Holmes Henrietta V (White)

b. 1871 Wagga Wagga d. 10/4/1945 Wollongong br. Wollongong

m. John Holmes (-1948 Wollongong Son of John Holmes) 1890 Sydney

f. James White m. Ann

  1. (m) Percival J E Holmes b. 1891 Rockdale d. 1891 Rockdale
  2. (f) Jessie O Holmes b. 1893 Rockdale ( G Thompson)
  3. (m) Reginald John Holmes b. 1895 St Peters d. 1971 Bulli
  4. (m) Claude Alfred Holmes b. 1897 Wollongong d. 1945 Wollongong
  5. (f) Sylvia Alice E Holmes b. 1899 Wollongong (J Blackburn)
  6. (m) John Albert Holmes b. 1904 Dapto d. 1954 Wollongong

Living Osborne St Dapto in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties

Husband a carrier.

Mrs. Henrietta Holmes, beloved wife of Mr. John Holmes, died at Wollongong Hospital on Saturday last, aged 65 years. Deceased resided at 12 Mangerton Road, Wollongong, and was the fond mother of Jessie (Mrs. G. Thompson, of Sydney), Reg (Austinmer) Claude, Alice (Mrs. J. Blackburn) and Jack. The family formerly resided at Dapto, where Mr. Holmes conducted a carrying business before he joined the railway service. The funeral cortege left Parsons' funeral parlor on Monday for the C. of E. cemetery Wollongong. South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus (NSW : 1900 - 1954) Friday 16 April 1943 p 10

Holmes Jane Hannah

b. abt 1854 Burwash Sussex

m. Richard Holmes (abt 1852 Burwash Sussex- Son of Richard Holmes & Ann))

Ship: 1883 Illawarra

  1. (f) Annie Holmes b. abt 1874 Burwash Sussex
  2. (f) Ada J Holmes b. abt 1875 Heathfield Sussex
  3. (m) Leonard Holmes b. abt 1880 Burwash Sussex
  4. (f) Sarah Holmes b. abt 1882 Sussex
  5. (f) Charlotte Holmes b. 1884 Petersham
  6. (f) Florence E Holmes b. 1888 Canterbury
  7. (m) Walter Holmes b. 1890 Woonona 38577/1890
  8. (m) William L Holmes b. 1892 Helensburgh 16788/1892
  9. (m) Thomas C Holmes b. 1894 Helensburgh 16150/1894
  10. (m) Richard Holmes b. 1896 Helensburgh 13050/1896

Living Helensburgh in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties

Holmes Johanna Martha (Winley)

b. Jamberoo d. 1931 Qld

m. Henry Holmes (- Son of Thomas Holmes &) 30/4/1885 Jamberoo 5595/1885

f. Thomas Windley m. Mary Jane McGillick *

  1. (m) Albert Edward Holmes b. 1890 Kiama d. 1958 Lismore

Living in Brisbane in 1930 when her sister died.

HOLMES-WINLEY. - On Thursday, 30th April last, at the Church of the Resurrection, Jamberoo, by the Rev. E. A. Colvin, Henry Holmes, youngest son of Mr. Thomas Holmes, of Wellingborough, England, to Johanna Martha Winley, eldest daughter of Mr. Thomas Winley, farmer, Jamberoo. The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser (NSW : 1863 - 1947) Tuesday 19 May 1885 p 2

Holmes Marjorie Jane (Tighe)

b. 1869 Broulee 9025/1869 d. 14/11/1938 ‘Strathnaver’ at sea

m. Joseph John Holmes 17/8/1897 Wollongong 6563/1897

f. Joseph Conlon Tighe m. Isabella Ann O’Neill

  1. (f) Isabel Jane Holmes b. 1898 Perth WA 3129/1898 d. 1898
  2. (f) Violet Grace Holmes b. 1899 Fremantle WA 1454 /1899
  3. (f) Mavis Lurline Holmes b. 1900 Fremantle WA 2201/1900(Rev. Harry Baxter 1938 )
  4. (m) Robert Holmes
  5. (m) William Holmes

HOLMES -TIGHE. - At St. Michael's Church, Wollongong. New South Wales, on the 17th August, by the Rev. F. K. Elder, JOSEPH JOHN HOLMES (fourth son of the late Robert Holmes, of Western Australia) to MARJORIE JANE TIGHE (fourth daughter of the late Joseph Conlon Tighe, of New South Wales, and niece of the late Hon. J. O'Niell, M.L.C, New Zealand. The West Australian (Perth) 27 August 1897

Brother P L Tighe of Illawarra View Keira St

Holmes Sarah

Unmarried or no father listed.

  1. (m) William Holmes b. 1898 Helensburgh 3777/1898

Holroyd Eliza (Burnet)

b. abt 1816 d. 29/4/1876 St George 3999/1876

m. Michael Holroyd 16/11/1847 Sydney

f. John Burnet m. Ann

  1. (m) Charles Hebden Holroyd b. 1849 Sydney d. 13/1/1875 Stanmore
  2. (m) Arthur B Holroyd b. 1850 Sydney
  3. (m) Ernest Frederick Holroyd b. 1851 Sydney d. 1877 Newtown
  4. (m) Walter Percy Holroyd b. 1854 Sydney d. 23/12/1855 George St Wollongong aged 2
  5. (f) Florence Eliza Holroyd 25/5/1856 Corrimal St Wollongong 1856 8397 (William Conway Armstrong m. 1887)
  6. (m) Percy Lewis Holroyd b. 1860 Newtown d. 30/1/1877

BIRTHS.   At Wollongong, on the 25th instant, Mrs. Holroyd, of a daughter. The Sydney Morning Herald 30 May 1856

Holz Janet (Rankin)

b. 27/8/1866 Kilsyth Scotland d. 20/5/1931 Port Kembla br. Kiama General

m. Henry Harry Evans Holz (12/6/1871 Cobbity -2/1/1923 Kiama Son of William Holz & Jane Briton Chappel ) 13/8/1892 Camden 3015/1892

f. Henry Rankin m. Janet

  1. (f) Jane Briton Holz b. 20/2/1893 Cobbity
  2. (m) Henry William Rankin Holz b. 3/7/1894 Cobbity d. 28/5/1977
  3. (m) Amos Leslie Holz b. 28/7/1896 Cobbity d. 24/10/1970
  4. (m) James Rankin Holz b. 13/11/1899 Cobbity
  5. (m) Clifford John Holz b. 14/7/1900 Cobbity d. 23/11/1977
  6. (m) Francis William West Holz b. 20/6/1903 Cobbity d. 4/12/1967
  7. (m) Edgar Russell Holz b. 10/2/1907 Cobbity d. 29/8/1906
  8. (m) Thomas Oswald Holz b. 10/8/1907 Cobbity d. 1982

HOLZ-The Relatives and Friends of the late JANET HOLZ are cordially invited to attend her Funeral; leaving her son's residence, Collins Street. Kiama, at 3 p m. The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW: 1842 - 1954) Thursday 21 May 1931 p 7 Family Notices

Holzhauser Christina Jane

b. 1862 d. 17/1/1937 Wollongong

m. George Holzhauser

  1. (f) Bertha May Holzhauser/Halzalhor b. 1904 Woonona (Leslie C Jolliffe 1922)

Living at Tarrawanna/ Corrimal North in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties

Husband a labourer.

Yesterday, Mrs. Christina Holzhauser, of Ryan Street, Balgownie, fell in the yard at her home and sustained a fractured left thigh. She was conveed to Wollongong District Hospital by the Illawarra Ambulance. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Friday 8 January 1937 p 3

HOLZHAUSER — In loving memory of my dear wife, Christina Jane, and mother, who passed away 17th January, 1937.

Deep in our hearts there is a picture
Of one who has gone to rest,
In memory's frame we will keep it,
Because she was one of the best.

Inserted by her loving husband, daughter, son-in-law and grandchildren.

Home Mary Ann Prosper (de Mestre then Hart)

b. 2/10/1834 George St Sydney d. 20/12/1925 Fulham London

m. William Hamilton Sherriff Hart (20/6/1832 Maryleborn London -26/3/1868 Edinborough Scotland Thomas Frederick Hart & Laura Francis MacDonald ) 20/8/1856 Terrara Shoalhaven 2004/1856

m. Samuel Brown Home ( 15/1/1842 Edinbrough- 30/6/1901 Southsea ) 21/2/1870 Ballywuith Bombay India

f. Prosper de Mestre m. Mary Ann Black

  1. (f) Laura Francis Hart
  2. (m) Prosper de Mestre Hart
  3. (f) Camilla Porterfield Hart
  4. (f) Mary Hamilton Hart
  5. (m) Pelham Maitland Home
  6. (f) Charlotte Helen Hme

Homer Caroline

m. Henry Homer

  1. (f) Harriet R Homer b. 1851 bp. CofE Dapto: Wollongong V18511833 37A/1851

Honey Catherine (Bunney)

b. abt 1824 Cornwall d. ?

m. John Honey (1827 St Keyne Cornwall - 14/4/1902 Kiama Son of Samuel Honey & Jane) 1847 Liskeard Cornwall

Ship: Tartar 1857

  1. (m) Thomas Honey b. 1848 St Veep Cornwall d. 26/12/1893 Minnamurra River Kiama ( Elizabeth Pike * 1872)
  2. (m) Henry Havelock Honey b. 13/7/1850 St Veep Cornwall d. 3/12/1929 Kiama (Jane Robb)

Honey Cecilia Daisy

b 1877 Kiama d 10/7/1948 Kiama

f. Henry Havelock Honey m. Jane Robb *

Living at Riversdale Kiama in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties

Honey Elizabeth (Pike)

b. 10/11/1846 Kiama bp. CofE Dapto: Wollongong V18462961 32A/1846 d. 26/12/1893 Minnamurra River Kiama

m. Thomas Honey ( -26/12/1893 Minnamurra River Kiama Son of John Honey & Catherine Bunney *) 31/10/1872 Kiama

f. Joseph Pike m. Mary Talbot *

  1. (m) John Joseph Honey b. 29/9/1873 Kiama d. 1949 Lawnton Qld ( Mary J King * 1894)
  2. (f) Florence Elizabeth Honey * b. 5/3/1876 Kiama d. 9/9/1966 Sutherland (Angus Chisholm 1897)
  3. (f) Mary Catherine Honey b. 10/11/1878 Kiama d. 1973 Dubbo (John T Clark 1895, James Staggs 1933 )
  4. (m) James Richardson Honey b. 15/5/1885 Kiama d. 16/8/1885 Kiama

ON Thursday, 31st October, at Christ Church, Kiama, by special license, by the Rev. J. H. L. Zillman, Thomas, eldest son of Mr. John Honey, of Cornwall, England, to Elizabeth, fifth daughter of Joseph Pike, Esq, Mayor of Kiama, & Mary Pike. The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser (NSW : 1863 - 1947) Thursday 7 November 1872 p 2

ON the 29th September, 1873, at her residence, Jamberoo-road, Mrs. THOMAS HONEY of a son. The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser (NSW : 1863 - 1947) Thursday 2 October 1873 p 2

AT her residence, Jamberoo Road, on the 5th instant, Mrs. THOMAS HONEY, of a daughter. The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser (NSW : 1863 - 1947) Thursday 9 March 1876 p 2

HONEY.—On the 20th instant, at her residence, Jamberoo road, Mrs. T. Honey, of a daughter The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser (NSW : 1863 - 1947) Friday 22 November 1878 p 2

HONEY-At the residence of his parents Jamberoo, August 16 James Richardson, youngest son of Thomas and Elizabeth Honey aged three months, The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser (NSW : 1863 - 1947) Tuesday 18 August 1885 p 2

The Kiama Boating Fatality.

INQUEST AND FUNERAL. (See illustration on page 21.)

KIAMA, December 28. - A diligent search was maintained during the whole of Tuesday night between Point Bass and Gerringong for the bodies of Captain Honey, Mrs. Honey, and Henry Wood, and several boats were out all yester- day, but none of the missing bodies were discovered and it is feared that they have been devoured by sharks, several of these monsters, one or more of which were 14ft long, having been seen yesterday morning at the scene of the accident. Captain Honey was an expert swimmer, and it is now known that, when asked by his drowning wife to save himself, he refused to do so, saying he would not leave her. When last seen he was clinging to Mrs. Honey, and trying to take her ashore. Captain and Mrs. Honey leave three orphans, a son and two daughters, aged 20, 17, and 15 years respectively. The parties patrolling the beach discovered between the Minnamurra and Port Bass, the boat from which Mrs. Wood was rescued. It had not been damaged in any way.

The magisterial inquiry on the bodies of Mr George Wood, Eliza Wood, Agnes Wood, and Miss Charlotte Pike, whose bodies were recovered, was held before Mr Alexander yesterday. Several witnesses were examined, but only one, Mrs Mary Wood, the sole survivor of the boating party, threw much addi tional light on the melancholy occurrence. The depositions of Mrs. Wood were taken at the dwelling of the late Miss Charlotte Pike, her sister. Mrs Wood was unable to attend the courthouse, as she is still suffering severely from shock, excitement, and her long immersion in the sea, but she told her story with great clearness. She said the punt was not capsized, as at first supposed, but, as it was drifting rapidly across the surf, a large wave struck and swamped it, washing Charlotte Pike overboard. Captain Honey then seized his wife and attempted to swim ashore, but they were immediately sucked under by the under-current or under-tow, and Mrs. Wood never saw them again. Mr. Wood     then tried to take his children, Eliza, Agnes, and Harry, ashore, Mrs. Wood   being left alone, clinging to the boat. While Mrs. Wood was in this perilous posi- tion, holding on for bare life, her sister, Charlotte Pike, was cast near the punt by a breaker and floated rapidly by. Mrs. Wood called out to her and tried to reach her, but the poor girl raised her arms in a last struggle and sank. The unhappy mother next saw her two little girls on the opposite side of the punt, helplessly buffeted by the waves, and Mr. Wood desperately swim- ming towards them, but he could make no progress against the current, and at last, almost exhausted, he turned slowly to the shore. Mrs   Wood never saw Captain and Mrs. Honey or her son Harry after they left the punt, and it is thought their bodies were borne out to sea by the current.                     The other witnesses examined were: Jas. O'Toole, who witnessed the accident from the shore; Henry Columbus, Richard Fadden, who endeavored to rescue Mr. Wood and Dr. Read,   who directed operations with the view of restoring animation. The doctor's evidence showed that when he reached Mr Wood the vital spark was flickering, and that when the other bodies were brought ashore they were quite dead. The result of the inquiry was the finding that George Wood, Eliza Jane Wood, Elsie May Wood, and Charlotte Pike were accidentally drowned at the mouth of the Minnamurra River on December 26.  

The funeral of the four victims whose bodies were recovered, yesterday afternoon, was the largest ever known in the town and district. The bodies were conveyed in two hearses, being headed by the Protestant Alliance Friendly Society, of which the late Mr Wood was a mem- ber, and followed by a concourse of relatives, friends, and sympathisers. The Rev. J. Chaffers Welsh (Church of England), the Rev. W. E. Bourne (Wesleyan), and the Rev. J. Burgess (Presbyterian) conducted the burial services, and an impressive address was delivered at the grave.

KIAMA, December 29. - A close watch is being kept along the shore for the missing bodies of Captain Honey, Mrs. Honey, and Harry Wood, and a thorough search is being made between the Seven Mile Beach and Point Bass. Yesterday afternoon a party went to the scene of the accident at low tide and fired several large charges of dynamite with the hope of finding some of the bodies, but the experiment was unsuccessful. On returning through the surf into the river several large waves struck the boat  and almost swamped it, the occupants several times being nearly washed out. Two ropes were thrown out, which fortunately were caught, and the boat was safely towed against the current into the river by some persons on shore.

An impression is abroad that Captain Honey was once winner of the Queen's Prize at the New South Wales Rifle Association meeting. The successful shot was his brother, Lieutenant Honey, also of Kiama. Captain Honey was not prominent as a rifleman, though he, of course, took a natural interest in a matter so closely connected with volunteer work. The deceased gentleman's first commission was dated December 31, 1883 and he was gazetted captain of Kiama Company of the 2nd Regiment of Infantry on March 9, 1885.

KIAMA, Wednesday. - The body of Mrs. Thomas Honey, who with her husband, Captain Honey, was drowned at Minnamurra River on Boxing Day, was recovered yesterday. It is believed that the body of Captain Honey will be found at the next tide. The Kiama Progress Association met yesterday evening, and adjourned when it was known the body of Mrs Honey had been recovered. Australian Town and Country Journal (NSW : 1870 - 1907) Saturday 6 January 1894 p 13

Honey Jane (Robb)

b. 1851 Riversdale Kiama d. 10/12/1930 Riversdale Kiama br. Kiama General

m. Henry Havelock Honey (13/7/1850 St Veep Cornwall - 3/12/1929 Kiama Son of John Honey & Catherine Bunney *) 20/4/1875 Riversdale Kiama 2867/1875

f. James Robb m. Agnes Frances McIntosh *

  1. (f) Junita Catherine Honey * b 1876 Kiama d 16/6/1942
  2. (f) Cecilia Daisy Honey * b 1877 Kiama d 10/7/1948 Kiama
  3. (f) Ada Isabella Honey * b. 9/3/1880 Kiama d. 1974 Lismore (Charles Blackwood 1902)
  4. (f) Jessie Agnes Ann Honey * b. 1881 Kiama d. 1964 ( Jack Robb 1912)
  5. (f) Lily May Honey b 1883 Kiama d 17/3/1963
  6. (m) Havelock John James Honey b. 1885 Kiama d. 7/5/1944 Lismore (Elizabeth J Torrens 1907)
  7. (f) Phoebe Frances Honey b. 1887 Kiama d. 13/11/1942 Murwillumbah (Alfred E Blackwood 1913 )
  8. (m) Harold Oswald b 1889 Kiama d. 20.7/1947 ( Elsie Bell 1915)

Living at Riversdale Kiama in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties

Husband took charge of the pioneer dairy factory at Kiama in October, 1884. Retired in 1890.

Honey Junita Catherine

b 1876 Kiama d 16/6/1942

f. Henry Havelock Honey m. Jane Robb *

Living at Riversdale Kiama in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties

Honey Mary Jane (King)

b. 1871 Kiama d. 1958 Qld

m. John Joseph Honey (1873 Kiama - 1949 Lawnton Qld Son of Thomas Honey & Elizabeth Pike *) 1894 Kiama 4362/1894

f. William King m. Isabella Elliott *

  1. (m) William T Honey b. 1895 Kiama d. 1896 Kiama
  2. (f) Millie E I Honey b. 1897 Kiama
  3. (m) William T C Honey b. 1899 Lismore d. 1899 Kiama

Living at South Coast Rd Dapto in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties. Husband a furnace hand

Honka Bridget (Hunt)

b. abt 1864 County Mayo Ireland d. 26/1/1950 Hunters Hill

m. Jacob Alexander Honka (1/11/1858 Raake Finland– 30/9/1922 Bondi Son of Jacob A Honka & Britta)

  1. (f) Annie May Honka b. 1890 Bulli 38508/1890 (Alexander Mitchell 1926)
  2. (f) Norah Amelia Honka b. 1892 Helensburgh 16744/1892 d. 22/4/1953 Hunters Hill
  3. (m) Jacob A Honka b. 1897 Bulli 18066/1897

HONKA, Bridget.-January 26, 1950, at her daughter's residence, Hunter's Hill, beloved wife of the late Jacob Alexander Honka. The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW: 1842 - 1954) Friday 27 January 1950 p 20

Her husband on his Naturalization in 1917 said he lived at Bulli for 2 years and Helensburgh for 5 years. It also lists where his children were born if they were born in Australia. There is another daughter who was married to a Mr Trotter living in New Zealand in 1917.

Hooker Jane

m. Frederick Hooker

  1. (m) Frederick W Hooker b. 1886 Woonona 24672/1886 d. 1886 Woonona
  2. (f) Agnis I Hooker b. 1888 St Leonards
  3. (m) Bernard Hooker b. 1892 Petersham

Hooker Julia

m. Charles Hooker

  1. (f) Eliza Hooker b. 21/5/1837 Wollongong RC V18371311 121A/1837

Husband a black labourer- Aboriginal

Hookins Martha A (Moore)

d. 1920 Marrickville

m. Charles Hookins (- 16/6/1894 Parramatta Son of John Hookins & ) 1854 CofE Sydney St Lawrence’s

f. James Moore m. Elizabeth *

Husband an inspector of schools

On the 1st April, at the residence of her son-in-law, Charles Hookins, Fairy Meadow, Wollongong, Elizabeth Moore, aged 72years. The Sydney Morning Herald 14 April 1863

Hookwhen/Hookwher Maria (Pickalla)

m. William H A Hookwhen 1899 Kiama

  1. (f) Ethel Hookwhen b. 1899 Kiama 31388/1899
  2. (u) Cathule Hookwher b. 1901 Albion Park 29223/1901

Hoolahan Anne

Unmarried or no father listed

  1. (m) John Hoolahan b. 1863 Kiama 8525/1863

Hoolahan Ellen

m. James Hoolahan

  1. (m) James Hoolahan b. 12/7/1840 Dapto

Hoolighan Catherine Margaret (McGuire)

b. 2/8/1834 Fermangh Ireland d. 2/10/1900 Neutral Bay br. Gore Hill

m. Thomas Hoolaghan ( 11/7/1831 Kilkenny Irealnd- 1/3/1904 Neutral Bay Son of Denis Hooligan & Alice Wharton) 1/2/1858 Kiama

  1. (m) James Thomas Hoolaghan b. 17/2/1859 Shoalhaven
  2. (m) John Hoolaghan b. 24/3/1860
  3. (f) Annie Alice Hoolaghan b. 26/12/1862
  4. (m) Francis Joseph Hoolaghan b. 26/3/1864
  5. (f) Mary Elizabeth Hoolaghan b. 1864 d. 1865
  6. (f) Mary Elizabeth Hoolaghan b. 19/9/1865
  7. (f) Bridget Hannah Hoolaghan b. 13/7/1867
  8. (f) Mary A Hoolaghan b. 19/8/1869
  9. (f) Sarah Hoolaghan b. 28/2/1871 Jaspers Brush d. 30/7/1957
  10. (m) Michael Hoolaghan b. 1872 Shoalhaven
  11. (m) Richard Hoolaghan b. 13/6/1876
  12. (m) Patrick Andrew Hoolaghan b. 31/11/1878 Shoalhaven

Hooper Bessie/Betsy (Harris)

b. abt 1855 d. 22/11/1915 Wollongong br. Wollongong

m. Benjamin May Hooper (abt 1851 Cornwall -7/2/1934 Wollongong )1/12/1874 Liskeard Cornwall

f. James Harris m. Sarah

Ship: Corona 1877

  1. (f) Ellen Hooper b. 1878 Wollongong 24699/1878 d. 1968 Wollongong (Charles H Talbot 1908)
  2. (m) James Hooper b. 1880 Wollongong 27464/1880 d. 1954 Wollongong
  3. (f) Harriett Hooper * b. 1882 Woonona 19725/1882 d. 23/5/1935 Wollongong (James M Gustard 1902)
  4. (m) Samuel Hooper b. 1884 Woonona 23035/1884 d. 1885 Woonona
  5. (m) William Henry Hooper b. 1885 Woonona 23740/1885 d. 1963 Sydney (Frances Mary Neaves 1908)
  6. (f) Flora M Hooper b. 1886 Woonona 24604/1886 d. 1887 Woonona
  7. (f) Millie Hooper b. 1889 Woonona 24583/1889 d. 1889 Woonona
  8. (m) Benjamin Hooper b. 1890 Woonona 38441/1890 d. 1965 Wollongong
  9. (f) Laura Hooper b. 1893 Woonona 39888/1893 (George W Dawson 1913, Henry J Dale 1923)
  10. (f) Caroline Hooper b. 1895 Wollongong 38440/1895 (Job Harkness 1914)

Living at Port Kembla in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties.

Husband originally a miner but he became a prawn fisherman at Lake Illawarra and was the first to send cooked prawns to the Sydney fish market.

The death occurred on Monday afternoon at her residence, Barella street, of Mrs. Hooper, wife of Mr. Benjamin Hooper, aged 62 years. The late Mrs. Hooper had resided at Wollongong for about four years, but had previously resided at Lake Hlawarra for a number of years. She leaves a husband and crown-up family to mourn their loss. The funeral will leave at 3 p.m. today for the Methodist cemetery, Wollongong. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW: 1856 - 1950) Tuesday 23 November 1915 p 2

Hooper Elizabeth Ann (Hewett)

m. James Hooper 1884 Sydney 175/1884

  1. (m) Fread Hooper b. 1885 Woonona 23698/1885
  2. (m) Arthur Hooper b. 1887 Woonona 25272/1887
  3. (m) Charles Hooper b. 1889 Tuena 17799/1889

Hooper Ellen

Living at Lake Illawarra in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties.

Hooper Harriet Elizabeth (Fryer)

b. 1872 Kiama 11533/1872 d. 1958 Sydney

m. William J Hooper 1891

f. Stephen Fryer m. Charlotte Anne Fenwick *

  1. (f) Mabel A Fryer b. 1888 Kiama 26345/1888 (James Colless 1914)
  2. (m) William L Hooper b. 1891 Waverley
  3. (f) Dorothy E Hooper b. 1893 Woollahra
  4. (m) Arthur A Hooper b. 1898 Waverley
  5. (f) Eileen G Hooper b. 1900 Waverley
  6. (f) Ethel M Hooper b. 1902 Waverley
  7. (f) Edith A Hooper b. 1905 Woollahra
  8. (f) Edna C Hooper b. 1908 Woollahra
  9. (m) Walter P Hooper b. 1910 Woollahra
  10. (m) Eric Hooper b. 1912 Waverley
  11. (m) Victor P Hooper b. 1916 Waverley

Her daughter Mabel was raised as a child of her grandparents.

Hooper Mary (Donnelly)

m. Edward Hooper 1895 Waterloo

  1. (m) John J Hooper b. 1901 Redfern
  2. (f) Kathleen M Hooper b. 1907 Wollongong
  3. (f) Madge S Hooper b. 1911 Wollongong
  4. (f) Alberta P Hooper b. 1912 Redfern

Living at Denison St Wollongong in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties.

Husband a law clerk

Hope Ada Annie (Peel then Jowett)

d. 1932 Refern 16741/1932

m. Charles Henry Jowett (-23/3/1887 Bulli Mine ) 1878 Bradford Yorkshire England

m. Lewis Hope (-1917) 1887 Sydney 1762/1887

f. Frank Peel m. Harriet

  1. (m) Herbert Henry Jowett b. 1880 Sydney 598/1880 d. 1966 Wollongong
  2. (m) Ernest L Hope b. 1888 Sydney 2519/1888
  3. (f) Ada A Hope b. 1892 Sydney 1039/1892
  4. (f) Violet S Hope b. 1894 Wellington 36751/1894

Her husband, Charles Jowett, was killed in the Bulli Mine Disaster leaving her a widow with 1 child. She would have been without a breadwinner and there was no compensation for her loss. A relief fund was established but it would have not offered much compensation to younger widows without many children so she would have tried to find another husband as soon as possible who would hopefully support her and her child.

Hope Alice (Atherton)

b. abt 1852 Lancashire d. 1917 Merewether br. Sandgate

m. William Hope (abt 1848 Lancashire- 1923 Cessnock ) 1871 Burnley Lancashire

Ship: 1877 Earl Halhousie

  1. (m) David Hope b. abt 1873 Lancashire d. before 1923?
  2. (m) William Hope b. abt 1876 Lancashire d. 1878 Kiama
  3. (f) Margaret Dalhousie Hope b. 1877 Earl Halhousie (John Boekenstein 1898)
  4. (f) Martha Hope b. 1879 Kiama 15823/1879 (Loftus Lyons 1905)
  5. (f) Alice Ellen Hope b. 1881 Kiama 19427/1881 (James Adams 1898)
  6. (f) Betsy J Hope b. 1883 Kiama 21654/1883 (Samuel Ingram 1911)
  7. (f) Rachael A Hope b. 1884 Kiama 23383/1884 (Kenneth A McCrimmon 1903)
  8. (f) Mary Hope b. 1887 Adamstown (Archibald Challinor 1916)
  9. (m) William Hope b. 1889 Adamstown d. 1890 Adamstown
  10. (m) John Thomas Hope b. 1891 Adamstown d. 18/9/1918 France
  11. (m) James E Hope b. 1893 Adamstown d. 1893 Adamstown
  12. (m) William Edward Hope b. 1896 Adamstown d. 1953 Cessnock

HOPE.-Relatives and Friends of Messrs. WILLIAM HOPE, Senr. and Junr., are invited to attend the Funeral of their late beloved wife and mother respectively, ALICE HOPE: To move from her late residence, Alice-st., Merewether, TO-MORROW (Sunday) AFTERNOON, at 2 o'clock, for Methodist Cemetery, Sandgate.

HOPE.-Friends of Mr. DAVID HOPE (On active service) and Mrs. DAVID HOPE and FAMILY, Mrs. and Mr. JOHN BOEKENSTEIN and FAMILY, Mrs. And Mr. LOFTUS LYONS and FAMILY, Mrs. and Mr. JAMES ADAMS and FAMILY, Mrs. and Mr. SAMUEL INGRAM, Mrs. And Mr. KEN M'CRIMMON and FAMILY, Mrs. and Mr. ARCHIE CHALLINOR. Mr.

THOMAS HOPE (on active service) and Mrs. THOMAS HOPE are invited to attend the Funeral of their late beloved mother, mother-in-law, and grandmother respecttively, ALICE HOPE: To move from her late residence, Alice-st., Merewether, TOMORROW (Sunday) AFTERNOON, at 2 o'clock, for Methodist Cemetery Sandgate. Newcastle Morning Herald and Miners' Advocate (NSW: 1876 - 1954) Saturday 15 December 1917 p 8

Hope Hannah/Anne/Annie (Hayes)

b. 5/3/1870 Cordeaux River d. 20/5/ 1919 br. Wollongong General

m. Thomas Peter Hope (1868-20/6/1938 Clifton Son of Peter Hope & Catherine ) 27/8/1888 St Francis Xavier’s 5560/1888

f. Thomas Hayes m. Bridget Purcell *

He resident Maitland, she of Cordeaux River

  1. (m) Thomas Hope b. 1889 Maitland 25893/1889 (Lillian M Emery )
  2. (m) Peter C Hope b. 1890 Maitland 20714/1890 (Lydia M Campbell 1912)
  3. (m) John J Hope b. 1892 Maitland 17257/1892 (Winifred E Gordon )
  4. (m) Charles Daniel Hope b. 9/6/1894 West Maitland (bp St Francis Xavier’s 6/7/1894) 37872/1894 d. 16/2/1950 (Elsie Myrtle Oxenbridge)
  5. (f) Mary C Hope b. 1896 Morpeth 23407/1896
  6. (m) Cyril Hope b. 1899 14970/1899 d. 7/7/1963 (Ethel M Williams)
  7. (f) Kathleen Hope b. 1901 Sydney 9584/1901
  8. (f) Anne Hope b. 1903 Sydney 27143/1903
  9. (m) Clement Francis Hope b. 1906 Wollongong 40914/1906d. 19/1/1966
  10. (f) Margaret Hope b. 1909 Wollongong 10262/1909 (Andrew McGee)

Living at Mount Kembla in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties. Husband a labourer.

Hope Margaret (English ?)

b. abt 1865 Durham

m. Charles Hope

Ship: Orient 1887

  1. (m) Charles Hope b. abt 1882 Durham d. 19/1/1888 Bulli 10402/1888 aged 6 years
  2. (m) Frederick Hope b. abt 1884 Durham d. 1948 Bulli
  3. (m) James Edward Hope b. abt 1887 Durham
  4. (m) William Hope b. 1888 Woonona 25908/1888
  5. (f) Florence Hope b. 1890 Woonona 38524/1890
  6. (m) Stanley Hope b. 1892 Woonona 39656/1892
  7. (m) Charles Henry Hope b. 1896 Woonona 9108/1896 d. 1938 Burwood
  8. (m) Sidney Hope b. 1898 Woonona 8756/1898 d. 19/8/1898 aged 7 months

Living Bulli Pit in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties. Husband an under manager

She came with her children to join her husband in the colony.

Hope Rachael

b. abt 1850 d. 14/12/1918 br. Bulli General

m. Joseph Hope

f. Edward m. Ann

Ship: Oroya 1890 ?

  1. (m) Richard Hope b. abt 1881 d. 1961 Bulli

If this is the right Rachel Hope, mother and son arrived alone on ship.

Living Woonona in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties. Husband a miner, son an engine driver.

Hopkins Ada

Umarried or no father listed

  1. (m) John E B Hopkins b. 1901 Woonona 9139/1901

Hopkins Catherine

m. Daniel Hopkins

  1. (m) Arthur R Hopkins b. 1893 Woonona 39822/1893
  2. (m) Danfred Hopkins b. 1896 Woonona 9164/1896
  3. (m) Albert T Hopkins b. 1898 Woonona 17596/1898

Hopkins Frances

m. Henry Hopkins

  1. (m) Charles Hopkins b. 1859 Wollongong 14222/1859
  2. (f) Agnes Hopkins b. 1862 Wollongong 15180/1862

Hopkins Harriet Armstrong (Prittchett)

b. 1822 Calcutta India d. 19/7/1907 Cremorne br.

m. Captain Richard John Hopkins (1809-1875) 23/4/1842 St Phillip’s V184230 26C/1842 Church of England Sydney, St Phillip's

f. ? m. Mary

  1. (f) Elizabeth Anne Montague Hopkins * b. abt 1838 d. 1882 Sydney (Patrick Hill Throsby 1864)
  2. (f) Mary F Hopkins b. 1844
  3. (m) Richard Ashmore R Hopkins b. 10/12/1845 Benares Illawarra d. 1933 Rose Bay (Emily Munroe Thompson 1872)
  4. (m) Charles S Hopkins b. 1847 d. 1856
  5. (f) Harriet Pritchett Hopkins * b. 23/9/1847 Benares Illawarra d. 1917 Moss Vale (Patrick Hill Throsby 1884)
  6. (m) Son Hopkins b. 21/11/1848 Sydney
  7. (m) Henry Herbert Hopkins b. 28/3/1850 (Ada Grace Goodard 1876)
  8. (f) Sarah Louisa Hopkins b. 28/12/ 1851 (Charles Edward Oslear 1876)
  9. (m) Alfred Ernest Hopkins b. 1855 d. 20/10/1891 Grenfell
  10. (f) Jane E Hopkins b. 1857
  11. (m) Edmond Conroy Hopkins b. 1858 (Florence Sarah Dean 1881)
  12. (f) Frances Helen Hopkins * b. 21/2/1858 Sydney d. 1934 (James Harris Morell 1882)

On the 23d instant, by Special License, at St. Philips, by the Rev. J. C. Grylls, Captain Richard John Hopkins, of the ship Lord Ambers', to Miss Harriet Armstrong Pritchett. The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser 26 April 1842

At her residence, Benares, Illawarra, on the 20th instant, the lady of R. J. Hopkins, Esq., of a son The Sydney Morning Herald 25 December 1845

At Benares, Illawarra, on the 23rd instant, Mrs. R. J. Hopkins, of a daughter. The Sydney Morning Herald 25 September 1847

BIRTH. On the 21st instant, at Kent-street North, Mrs. R. J. Hopkins, of Benares, Illawarra, of a son. The Sydney Morning Herald 24 November 1848

On the 28th instant, at Fort-street, Mrs. R. J. Hopkins, of Benares, Illawarra, of a son. The Sydney Morning Herald 30 March 1850

On the 28th instant, at Upper Fort-street, Mrs. R. J. Hopkins, of Benares, Illawarra, of a daughter. The Sydney Morning Herald 30 December 1851

On the 5th instant, at her residence, Fort- street, Mrs. R. J. Hopkins, of Benares, Illawarra, of a son. The Sydney Morning Herald 7 May 1853

On the 28th instant, at No. 9, Argyle-street, Mrs. R. J. Hopkins, of Berares, Illawarra, of a son. The Sydney Morning Herald 30 April 1855

At Benares, Illawarra, on the 7th instant, of bronchitis, Charles Samuel, second son of R. J. Hopkins, Esq., J.P., aged 7 years and 6 months. The Sydney Morning Herald 10 June 1856

On the 18th instant, at 23, Kent-street North, the wife of R. J. Hopkins, Esq., of Benares, Illawarra , of a daughter. The Sydney Morning Herald 19 January 1857

On the 21st instant, Viles-buildings, Kent-street, the wife of R. J. Hopkins, Esq., of Benares, Illawarra, of a daughter. The Sydney Morning Herald 23 February 1858

A relative of Samuel Ashmore Prittchett died , aged 31, at Benares, Dapto 27/1/1862

Mrs Harriet Hopkins, widow of the late Captain R. J. Hopkins of Benares, Illawarra, died at Cremorne, on July 19. Australian Town and Country Journal (Sydney, NSW : 1870 - 1907) Wednesday 24 July 1907 p 1

Hopkins Jane (Allan)

m. William Hopkins 1900 Petersham

  1. (m) William D Hopkins b. 1901 Woonona 28303/1901 d. 1902 Helensburgh
  2. (m) James A Hopkins b. 1903 Woonona 17749/1903 d. 1903 Woonona
  3. (f) Elizabeth Mary Hopkins b. 1905 Woonona 19296/1905 d. 1971 Dubbo (Robert Field 1928)

Hopkins Margaret A (Smith)

d. 1940 Swansea br. Wallsend

m. Harry Hopkins (-1944 Swansea Son of George Hopkins & Mary) 1899 Wallsend

f. Thomas Smith m. Jane

  1. (m) Harry Hopkins b. 1900 Lambton d. 1900 Woonona
  2. (f) Leila E Hopkins b. 1900 Woonona 37017/1900 (Milton Tooth)
  3. (f) Violet M Hopkins b. 1902 Lambton (Clarence C Bexter 1918)
  4. (f) Mary Hopkins b. 1903 Lambton d. 1908 Lambton
  5. (f) Myrtle A Hopkins b. 1905 Wallsend (Leslie Richards 1921)
  6. (f) Sarah A Hopkins b. 1907 Wallsend d. 1907 Wallsend
  7. (m) Noah Hopkins b. 1909 Wallsend
  8. (f) Lillian A Hopkins b. 1916 Toronto (Robert Champness 1933)
  9. (f) Vylisha GG Hopkins b. d. 1918 Toronto

Hopkins Mary

b. abt 1839

Mary Hopkins, daughter of an aboriginal girl of the Illawarra tribe and 4 years in the care of Captain Hopkins of Dapto. Aged about 15 years.

Baptised 12.11.1854 Parish of St. Luke, Dapto (40/786)

Aboriginal Births Deaths and Marriages

Hopkins Mary (Barlow)

d. 6/7/1860 Bendigo Vic d. 13/2/1940 Adelaide

m. Thomas James Hopkins ( 1853 Bridgend Wales – 20/8/1908 Broken Hill) 29/5/1885 Wollongong 5475/1885

f. James Barlow m. Olivia Schofield

  1. (m) Thomas James Hopkins b. 1886 Wollongong 24328/1886
  2. (m) David Edward Hopkins b. 15/8/1891 Rivertree NSW

Hopkins Mary Elizabeth (Northey)

b. abt 1868 d. 22/1/1955 Concord

m. David Thomas Hopkins (18/4/1847 Llanilid Glamorganshire Wales- 19/6/1937 Stanwell Park) 23/7/1883 Sydney

f. Samuel Northey m. Mary Elizabeth

  1. (m) Edward Samuel Hopkins b. 1884 Berrima
  2. (f) Edith Jane Hopkins b. 1886 Wollongong 24305/1886 (Davies)
  3. (f) Elizabeth Ann Hopkins b. 1888 Wollongong 25634/1888 (Davidson)
  4. (f) Ethel Mary Hopkins b. 1891 Woonona 39050/1891 (O’Grady)
  5. (m) Daniel Hopkins b. 1896 Petersham

Living at Stanwell Park in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties

Woman's Heroic Rescue Of Aged Mother
SYDNEY, Tuesday.

ALTHOUGH she twice braved the flames to rescue her mother and a maid who were helpless in a blazing guest house at Stanwell Park early this morning, Mrs. Ethel O'Grady escaped with slight -singeing of the hair on her head and severe hoesk.

Mrs. O'Grady's mother, Mrs. Mary Hopkins (70), proprietress of the guest house, was calmly dressing, not knowing that the house was in flames, when her daughter burst open the door, surrounded by flying sparks and flames.

After rescuing her mother Mrs. O'Grady then went to the aid of a 15-year-old maid, Margaret Corr, and brought her to safety, although both were on the verge of collapse when they reached the fresh air. There were no guests in the house at the time. The Fire started in the scullery, and also destroyed a butcher's shop and garage. Barrier Miner (Broken Hill, NSW : 1888 - 1954) Wednesday 15 March 1939 p 6

It has been recorded that her husband was illiterate but never the less hard working and jovial: she was noted as a canny business woman.

Hopkins Olive Elizabeth see Tredinnick

Hopkinson Catherine (Green)

b. abt 1836 Nottingham England d. 22/7/1910 Woonona br. Clifton

m. Joseph Hopkinson ( abt 1832 Alfreton Derbyshire -4/10/1910 Son of John Hopkinson & Mary ) 1858 Chesterfield Derbyshire

f. Joseph Green m. Mary

Ship: Oroya 1889

  1. (m) John Joseph Hopkinson b. abt 1862 Brampton Derbyshire England d. 25/2/1917 (Katherine Daly * 1893) ( underground manager of South Clifton Colliery )
  2. (f) Sarah A Hopkinson b. abt 1864 Brampton Derbyshire (Corlis ?)
  3. (m) Joseph Hopkinson b. abt 1870 Brampton Derbyshire d. 1939 Auckland New Zealand ( Jane Tate * 1896)
  4. (f) Emma Hopkinson b. abt 1872 Brampton Derbyshire England ( Thomas J Keegan 1897 )
  5. (m) Walter Hopkinson b. abt 1877 Unstone Derbyshire
  6. (m) Harry Hopkinson b. abt 1879 Unstone Derbyshire England d. 1965 Bulli (Mary Maria Selman * 1903)

Living at South Clifton in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties. Husband a miner.

Husband and eldest son are coal miners on 1881 Census in England were they are living in Long Row Unstone Derbyshire.

Hopkinson Charlotte (Silcock)

b. abt 1851 Brampton Derbyshire d. 19/7/1922 New Lambton

m. Matthew Hopkinson (abt 1845 Brampton Derbyshire- 1925 Aberdare) 1969 Chesterfield Derbyshire

f. Harold C Silcock m. Sarah A

Ship: Oroya 1889

  1. William Hopkinson b. abt 1870 Chesterfield Derbyshire (adopted)
  2. Annie Hopkinson * b. abt 1874 Unstone Derbyshire b. 14/4/1949 Kogarah (William Crowder 1892)
  3. George Hopkinson b. abt 1880 Chesterfield Derbyshire d. 1948 Wyong
  4. Matthew Hopkinson b. abt 1885 England b. 1967 Cessnock
  5. Sarah Hopkinson b. abt 1888 England (Neils Sorensen 1911, Donald McLean)
  6. Walter Hopkinson b. 1890 Wollongong 38116/1890 d. 1/7/1920 Wallsend
  7. Elizabeth Hopkinson b. 1893 Woonona 39765/1893 (Alfred Wilkinson 1911)
  8. May Hopkinson b. 1896 Woonona 18199/1896 (Robert Moodie 1914)

Husband a coal miner.

Hopkinson Katherine Kate (Daly)

m. John Joseph Hopkinsons (1862 Brampton Derbyshire England -25/2/1917 Scarborough Son of Joseph Hopkinson & Catherine Green *) 1893 Burwood

  1. (f) Sarah A (Sis) Hopkinson 1894 Woonona 38298/1894
  2. (m) Walter Hopkinson 1895 Woonona 28693/1895 d. 1937 Sydney

Living at South Clifton in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties. Husband a miner.

Hopkinson Jane (Tate)

b. abt 1876 W Stanley Durham d. 1949 New Zealand

m. Joseph Hopkinson (abt 1870 Brampton Derbyshire- 1939 mining accident Auckland New Zealand Son of Joseph Hopkinson & Catherine Green *) 26/8/1896 Clifton 6335/1896

f. Anthony Tate m. Elizabeth *

  1. (f) Emmie V Hopkinson b. 1897 Woonona 27810/1897
  2. (f) Catherine EE Hopkinson b. 1902 Woonona 18351/1902
  3. (f) Ettie Hopkinson b. 1907 New Zealand
  4. (f) Elizabeth Taylor Hopkinson b. 1909 New Zealand
  5. (f) Mavis Janie Hopkinson b. 1913 New Zealand

Living at South Clifton in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties


The Anglican Church, Clifton, was crowded on the afternoon of the 26th of last month to witness the marriage of Mr. Joseph Hopkinson, second son of Mr. J. Hopkinson, of South Clifton, and Miss Jane Tate, eldest daughter of Mr. Andrew Tate, late of Mt. Keira, The marriage rite was performed by the Rev. H. Tate. The interior of the church was tastefully decorated for the occasion. The bride, who was given away by her brother, looked exceedingly well in a costume of cream cashmere with cream silk trimmings, a tulle veiling and orange blossoms. - There we're five bridesmaids in attendance— viz. Miss E. Hopkinson (maid of honor)' Miss D. Tate, Miss C. Lucas (all attired in grey cashmere, with trimmings and hats to match), Miss Elizabeth Carrick (blue cashmere, with silk trimmings and hat to suit), and Miss A. Looney (dark blue cashmere, and trimmings and hat to match). In the evening a reception was held by the bridegroom's parents: their residence at South Clifton, where the happy couple received the congratulalions of tbeir many friends. There were fully 40 couples. At six o'clock all sat down to a sumptuous repast, after which convivial enjoyments were indulged in till early morn. The presents were costly and numerous. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Thursday 10 September 1896 p 2

Hopkinson Mary Maria (Selman)

b. 1882 Picton d. 1958 Wollongong

m. Harry Hopkinson (1879 Unstone Derbyshire England -1965 Bulli Son of Joseph Hopkinson & Catherine Green * ) 1903 Woonona

f. Soloman Selman m. Mary Ann Oxenbridge *

  1. (f) Mary M Hopkinson b. 1904 Wollongong
  2. (f) Catherine Hopkinson b. 1907 Woonona
  3. (m) Joseph S Hopkinson b. 1909 Woonona

Living at Marshall St Dapto in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties

Husband an engine driver.

Hopkinson Rachel Potter (Birchall/Burchall)

b. 8/6/1845 Lancashire d. 1905 Ballina br. North Lismore

m. William Henry Hopkinson (25/8/1853 Lancashire- Son of Robert Hopkinson & Ann Briggs) 29/5/1870 Stockport Cheshire

f. William Potter Birchall m. Jane Robinson

Cause of Death: Heart disease

Ship: St Laurence 1877

  1. (m) Harold Burchall Hopkinson b. 1871 Manchester Lancashire d. 1946 Qld
  2. (m) Victor Burchail Hopkinson b. 1872 Manchester Lancashire d. 1913 St Leonards
  3. (m) Ernest Hopkinson b. abt 1876 Lancashire
  4. (f) Mabel Hopkinson b. 1878 Morpeth 16460/1878
  5. (f) Alice Gowenloch Hopkinson b. 16/4/1880 Clarence Town 12430/1880 d. 26/6/1933 (William Mallett)
  6. (m) Bruce Hopkinson b. 1881 West Maitland 20083/1881
  7. (f) Ida Hopkinson b. 1883 West Maitland 22427/1883 d. 1883 West Maitland
  8. (m) Frank K Hopkinson b. 1886 Woonona 24657/1886 d. 1919 Casino
  9. (m) Ernest F Hopkinson b. d. 1933 Ballina


We very much regret to record the death of   Mrs. Rachael Hopkinson, the beloved wife of Mr. W. H. Hopkinson, of Wardell, which oc- curred on Wednesday, aged 56 years, the immediate cause of death being heart failure. Mrs.   Hopkinson had been in her usual fair health of late, but on the Friday previous to her death had an attack of the old trouble, she having suffered from fatty degeneration of   the heart. On Monday she was apparently very much better, so much so that Mr. Hop kinson was able to attend to his duties at the Broadwater Sugar Mill as usual. On Mon-day evening, however, Mrs. Hopkinson again   became unwell, and it was deemed advisable to send for Mr. Hopkinson, who arrived with Dr Monti. Mrs. Hopkinson was prescribed   for, and was apparently much better on   Tuesday. On Tuesday evening she went to sleep after taking the medicine, and seemed to obtain a good night's rest. Mr. Hopkinson and the family watched by her bedside for any unfavorable symptoms, but about 6 o'clock on Wednesday morning Mrs. Hop- kinson's heart seemed to fail suddenly, and she passed away peacefully and painlessly. A fatal termination of her illness, and occur- ring so suddenly, came as a great shock to the husband and family, who are left to mourn the loss of a truly loving and devoted partner and mother. The best tribute to the sterling character and good Christian life of   the deceased lady was paid by the Rev. Mr. Cecil. Over 20 years ago Mr. Hopkinson   resided for a number of years at Yamba, on the Clarence, where he was employed in con- nection with the Harbor works, and afterwards removed to Lismore, where he was employed by Messrs. Kerle and Kerle, the contractors of the first section of the Lismore-Tweed line. Afterwards the family removed to Mr. Hopkinson's property near Wardell — everywhere making a wide circle of friends who will be deeply moved on learning of the grief into which the family has been so suddenly plunged. The family consists of four sons, Harold, Victor, Lieut. Ernest Hopkinson (who served with the N.S.W. troops in South Africa), and Frank, and two daughters, Mabel and Alice. The remains were brought to Lismore on Thursday by the C.S.R. Co's. ' Alix.' The notice was short, but a number of Mr. Hopkinson's more intimate friends met the steamer on arrival to convey expressions of regret and condolence. The coffin, covered by wreaths, was borne to the hearse by friends, and also from the hearse to the grave at the general cemetery, North Lismore, where the impressive service for the burial of the dead was read by the Rev. Cecil (C. of E.), Vicar of Woodburn, to whom the deceased was known.

At the graveside the Rev. H. L. Cecil delivered an impressive address on the uncer- tainty of life, the certainty of death and the Resurrection, and emphasised the necessity of all to prepare. He began by quoting Longfellow's lines, beginning,  

“There is no death, what seems so is transition.”

and spoke of the esteem in which the late Mrs. Hopkinson was held by all the residents of Wardell. She took a deep interest in church matters, and her Christian character commended her to all with whom she came in contact. In many things she had proved herself very hopeful and encouraging to the younger members of the church, and the many kind actions she had done in secret earned her a wide circle of friends. On such a sad and solemn occasion their thoughts were naturally directed to religious matters, and in their days of revivalism, it was borne upon them that if they were to be successful in life there religion must be based upon something stronger than emotion. Mrs. Hopkinson had always exhibited the practical side of Christianity as exemplified in the

lines :—

“ Love thyself last. The world shall be by thee made better If this brief motto form thy creed.

Go, follow it in spirit and in letter ;

This is the Christ religion which men need.” We join with many others throughout the Clarence and Richmond in offering our sympathy to the bereaved Northern Star (Lismore, NSW : 1876 - 1954) Saturday 6 May 1905 p 4

Hopper Ida R (Cassidy)

m. Henry William Hopper 1883 Bathurst

  1. (m) James E H Hopper b. 1884 Wollongong 22933/1884
  2. (m) Harold S Hopper b. 1886 Woollahra

HOPPER.-Anyone knowing the whereabouts of HENRY WILLIAM HOPPER Junr., Draper, supposed to have gone to Goulburn, will confer a favour by communicating at once with his wife, care Post Office, Woollahra. Ida Hopper. The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Tuesday 11 January 1887 p 14

Horan Elizabeth (Kershaw)

b. abt 1858 Yorkshire d. 15/1/1939 Bathurst

m. Thomas Horan ( 1858 Colebrook Tas – 11/8/1930 Bathurst Son of William Horan & Maria Melody *) 1884 Sydney

f. James Kershaw m. Elizabeth


  1. (m) George Alfred Horan b. 1886 Campbelltown d. 1950 Rockdale
  2. (f) Mary Hilda C Horan b. 1888 Campbelltown (P L Jones)
  3. (m) John Horan b. 1896 Helensburgh 3910/1896 d. 1975 NSW

Husband the post master at Helensburgh for 22 years until 1901, Bulli and Boolaroo

Living Helensburgh in 1903 Electoral Roll –Postal assistant. Husband a the post master.


There passed away at Bathurst on Sunday, January 15, at the age of 81 years, Mrs. Elizabeth Horan, relict of the late Thomas Horan, also of Bathurst, and formerly Postmaster at Bulli.

Mrs. Horan had lived with her daughter, Mrs, L. P. Jones, of Bexley, for the past nine years, and went to Bathurst to stay with her son, Mr. J. H. Horan, for the Christmas holidays, which custom she has been following for a few years past. On Sunday members of, the family had travelled to Bulli to be at the funeral of Mrs. A. Horan, their aunt, when Mrs. Horan, senr., took a sudden heart attack as a result of the extreme heat.

She was attended to by her daughter in law, Mrs. Jack Horan, and had prompt, medical attention, but she never rallied and passed peacefully away within an hour. Although her sons and daughter motored without a stop from Bulli to Bathurst, they were too late to see their mother again before she died. Mrs. Horan was one of Australia's Catholic pioneers, and was the daughter of the late Elizabeth and James Kershaw, Supt. of Police, Sheffield, Yorkshire, England. She came to N.S. Wales over fifty years ago, travelling to Bolivia with Bishop Redwood and others in Cobb and Co.'s coach. Later she married and lived at Camp Creek, now Helensburgh. When her first son, George, was born he was taken from Camp Creek to St. Mary's Cathedral by horse waggon to be christened. From that time up till about fourteen years later she and her husband housed and looked after the Catholic priests, who visited Helens burgh. Included in these were the late Dean Flanagan, Very Rev. Father Barlow, Rev. Father Dunne, Archbishop

Kelly, and others. The family were the prime movers in getting the present wooden church built In Helensburgh, and the forms and altar were built in the kitchen of tho Horan house by the late Thomas Horan and his brothers.

Mrs, Horan wns the possessor of a very fine voice, and the choir at the Helens burgh Church some forty years ago was one to be reckoned as there were about twenty espocially good singers in it. Mrs. Horan was always a dillgent church worker, and was never tired doing bazaar work, etc. Her sons, George and Jack (Horan bros.) of Bathurst, and her daughter, Hilda (Mrs. L. P. Jones), of Bexley, aro left to mourn the loss of a loving mother.

Horan Jane (McCarroll)

b. abt 1833 Donnaeally Tyrone d. 23/3/1882 br. Ryde Catholic

m. Terence Horan ( 5/4/1829- 12/4/1886) 1861 Ryde

f. William McCarroll m. Jane

Ship: Una 1849

  1. (f) Jane Horan b. 27/2/1862 Hunter’s Hill 15016/1862 bp and registered at Wollongong
  2. (f) Mary C Horan b. 1863 Ryde
  3. (m) Joseph P Horan b. 1865 Ryde
  4. (m) Thomas Horan b. 1867 Ryde d. 1868
  5. (m) George R Horan b. 1869 Ryde
  6. (f) Ellen Horan b. 1870 Ryde
  7. (m) Terence John Horan b. 1873 Ryde

Horan Maria (Melody)

b. abt 1840 d. 11/6/1920 Bulli br. Bulli General

m. William Horan (abt 1812- 26/8/1876 Spring Hill Bottom Tas) 1856 Richmond Tas

f. James Melody m. Julia

  1. (m) Thomas C Horan b. 1858 Richmond Tas d. 1930 Bathurst ( Elizabeth Kershaw 1884)
  2. (m) William James Horan b. 1860 Richmond Tas d. 1918 Penrith (Ellen Rogers 1888)
  3. (m) George Albert Horan b 1862 Richmond Tas
  4. (m) Alfred Francis Horan b. 1864 Richmond Tas d. 1949 Helensburgh (Mary A Hennessy 1895)
  5. (f) Mary Ann Horan b. 1867 Richmond Tas
  6. (m) Augustin Horan b. 1869 Richmond Tas

HORAN.—At the residence of her son, Thomas Horan, postmaster, Main-road, Bulli, after an illness of eight months, Maria Horan, aged 85 years.  The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW: 1842 - 1954) Saturday 12 June 1920 p 12

Husband was the schoolmaster at Coal River School living at Spring Hill Bottom in Tasmania

Horan Mary Ann (Hennessy)

b. abt 1880 d. 13/1/1939 Albury br. Bulli

m. Alfred Francis Horan (1864 Richmond Tas- 1949 Helensburgh Son of William Horan & Maria Melody *) 1895 Woonona 7997/1895

f. Timothy Hennessy m. Johanna

  1. (m) Alvis Francis Horan b. 1897 Woonona 18038/1897 d. 1967 Bathurst
  2. (f) Mary E Horan b. 1899 Helensburgh 12550/1899
  3. (m) Herbert John Horan b. 1903 Helensburgh 3642/1903 d. 1963 Marrickville
  4. (m) Leo A Horan b. 1908 Helensburgh 2518/1908
  5. (m) Augustus W Horan b. 1911 Helensburgh 28690/1911

Living Helensburgh in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties. Husband a labourer.

Mrs. Mary Ann Horan, wife of Mr. Alfred Horan, of Helensburgh, died suddenly at Albury on January 13, aged 59 years. Then on January 15, the death occurred suddenly at St. Vincent's Hospital, Bathurst, of Elizabeth, relict of the late Thomas Horan, and mother of George and John, of Bathurst, aged 81 years.

Mr. Alfred Horan was for years in the employ of the Bulli Shire Council at Helensburgh, while his brother, the late Mr. Thomas Horan, will be remembered as postmaster at Helensburgh, Bulli and Woonona, and a prominent worker in public matters at the northern end of the district. South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus (NSW: 1900 - 1954) Friday 20 January 1939 p 8

Hordern Mary Ann (Elliott)

b. 1872 Gundagai d. 1964 Cowra

m. Charles Joseph Hordern (abt 1860 Goulburn-1937 Cowra Son of Jospeh Hordern & Ann) 1895 Kiama

f. Robert Pinkerton D Elliott m. Louisa

  1. Grace M Hordern b. 1896 Kiama
  2. Theodore Charles Hordern b. 1897 Kiama d. 1956 Cowra
  3. Vera M Hordern b. 1903 Wollongong (McAndrew)
  4. Mary L Hordern b. 1907 Dapto (White)

Living at Lakelands in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties

Husband a labourer

Hore see also Hoare

Hore Clara Bridget (Raftery)

b. 1872 Albion Park 19575/1872 d. 27/11/1961 br. Old Grave Yard, West Dapto Catholic Cemetery

m. Charles Hore ( 31/7/1869 Dapto-24/11/1931 Albion Park Son of Charles Joseph Hore & Margaret Nunan *) 28/10/1896 St John’s West Dapto

f. Partick Raftery m. Hannah Mundy *

  1. (m) Charles Patrick Hore b. 25/4/1898 Brownsville d. 14/2/1900 Mullet Creek drowned aged 2
  2. (m) William Augustus Hore b. 8/2/1900 Brownsville d. 16/2/1955
  3. (m) Francis Hore b 21/8/1903 (Mary Moloney)
  4. (m) John Joseph Hore b 3/9/1905 Dapto ( Kathleen McKinnery 1931)
  5. (m) Leo Aloysius Hore b. 31/1/1910 Jindabyne (Gladys Gertrude Hockey 1930)

Living Brownsville in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties

Husband the hotel keeper at Lake Illawarra Hotel Brownsville

Hore Elizabeth see Hoare

Hore Elizabeth Agnes Lizzie (O’Dwyer)

b. 1875 Shellharbour d. 6/10/1944 br. West Dapto Catholic Cemetery

m. William Hore ( 19/1/1866 Dapto – 21/6/1956 Son of Charles Hore & Margaret Nunan *) 9/4/1902 St John’s Dapto

f. Thomas O’Dwyer m. Mary Jane Moffit *

  1. (m) Charles Francis Hore b. 10/2/1903 Dapto

Living Railway St Dapto in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties

Hore Margaret (Nunan)

b. abt 1828 Limerick d. 4/3/1908 Dapto br. West Dapto Catholic Cemetery

m. Charles Joseph Hore (4/7/1837 NSW-12/3/1905 VIC Son of John Hore & Elizabeth Love *) 25/6/1855 Wollongong

f. John Nunan m. Elizabeth Donovan *

Ship: Portland 1841

  1. (m) John Hore b. 24/12/1856 Dapto 12172/1857 (Rebecca Jane Swan 1886)
  2. (f) Elizabeth Hore * b. 4/8/1858 Dapto 13469/1858 (Terence Joseph Kain 1897)
  3. (f) Anne Hore b. 16/4/1862 Dapto 15048/1862 d. 1909 ( William H. Kelly 1891)
  4. (f) Margaret Maria Hore b. 11/3/1860 Dapto 13880/1860 d. 1862
  5. (m) Thomas Hore b. 1864 Dapto 16472/1864
  6. (m) William Hore b. 9/1/1866 Dapto 16527/1866 d. 21/6/1956 ( Elizabeth Agnes O'Dwyer * 1902)
  7. (f) Ellen Hore b. 23/10/1867 Dapto18089/1867 d. 1941 Sydney ( John Larkin 1891)
  8. (m) Charles Hore b. 31/7/1869 Dapto V18692477 121A/1869 d. 24/11/1931 (Clara Bridget Raftery * 1896)
  9. (f) Sarah Hore b. 23/7/1871 Dapto 19616/1871 (Ernest A. Griffiths 1896)
  10. (f) Catherine Hore b. 14/7/1874 Dapto 21529/1874 d. 10/12/1952 (William Hunter 1899)
  11. (m) Andrew Hore b. 2/12/1877 Dapto 22983/1877 d. 14/5/1964 Sutton Forrest (Mary Islet Griffiths * 1898)
  12. (f) Amy Hore b. 20/4/1878 Dapto 24715/1878 (McIntyre?)

Living Railway St Dapto in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties


An old and highly respected resident of Dapto In the; person of Mrs. Charles Hore died yesterday .. age of 79. Deceased was a resident…. district tor over half a century… leaves a large family. The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Friday 6 March 1908

Hore Mary Islet Maud/Islet Morte (Griffiths)

b. 1875 Berrima d. 12/5/1950 Moss Vale

m. Andrew Hore (2/12/1877 Dapto - 14/5/1964 Sutton Forrest Son of Charles Hore & Margaret Nunan *) 10/8/1898 Bowral 5196/1898

f. John Griffiths m. Sarah Morriss

  1. (f) Mary Carmella Hore b. 16/7/1899 Dapto (James Gorman 1923)
  2. (m) William J Hore b. 1902 Wollongong 37596/1902
  3. (m) Andrew J Hore b. 1906 Dapto 2909/1906
  4. (f) Catherine M Hore b. 1908 Dapto35072/1908 
  5. (m) Francis G Hore b. 1911 Dapto 3459/1911 
  6. (f) Eileen Hore b. 1913 Canterbury 30274/1913 
  7. (f) Gertrude Maude Hore b. 1915 Canterbury

She was born at Dapto (?)

Her grandmother was the first white woman born on Norfolk Island. Her mother was born at “Hill View”, Sutton Forest, whose owner at that time was said to have lost the property in a drunken gamble for a paltry £5. Her grandfather came to Australia in charge of a convict ship.

Mrs. Jim Gorman, Coffs Harbour, is a daughter of deceased.


MRS. MARY ISLET HORE, who lived for some years on the Orara River, died at Moss Vale on 12th inst., aged 74 years. Deceased has resided in the Moss Vale district for the past 16 years.

In August 1948 Mr. and Mrs. Hore celebrated the 50th Anniversary of their wedding. Mrs. Hore, who was obliged to give up work entailing any physical exertion, was confined to her bed that evening.

Five sons and four daughters survive. Coffs Harbour Advocate (NSW : 1907 - 1942; 1946 - 1954) Friday 26 May 1950 p 7

Horne Beatrice (Parnwell)

b. abt 1871 Bristol or Canada d. 2/10/1941 Kensington

m. William Francis Horne (Bargo-1946) 3/2/1890 Picton

f. William Parnwell m. Jane Cripps

Ship Corona 1877

  1. (m) Francis A Horne b. 1891 Picton
  2. (f) Mable G Horne b. 1892 Picton
  3. (m) Charles Malcolm Horne b. 1894 Bargo
  4. (m) William Harold Horne b. 1895 Picton
  5. (m) Archie Edward Horne b. 1897 Picton
  6. (f) Beatrice P Horne b. 1899 Picton
  7. (f) Jane Lily Horne b. 1902 Wollongong
  8. (f) Doris M Horne b. 1904 Wollongong
  9. (m) Eric R Horne b. 1906 Wollongong
  10. (f) Daphne E Horne b. 1907 Wollongong
  11. (f) Clarice E Horne b. 1909 Wollongong
  12. (f) Esme L Horne b. 1912 Ashfield
  13. (m) Allan A Horne b. 1913 Ashfield
  14. (m) Cecil James Horne b. reg 1927

Living Atchison St Wollongong in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties

Husband a labourer

HORNE - October 2, 1941, at Kensington, Beatrice, beloved wife of William Francis and dear mother of Frank (deceased), Mabel, Charlie, Harold, Archie, Beatrice, Lily, Doris, Eric, Daphne, Clarice, Lorrie, and Cecil, aged 70 years.

Horner Alice (Turner)

m. Walter H Horner 1900 Sydney

  1. (m) Sidney M W H Horner b. 1902 Sydney
  2. (m) Alfred E Horner b. 1904 Helensburgh
  3. (f) Emma M Horner b. 1905 Helensburgh
  4. (m) Charles T Horner b. 1910 Sutherland
  5. (m) Martin L Horner b. 1913 Newtown

Living Otford in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties

Husband a fettler.

Horniman Mary (Cameron)

d. 25/8/1929 Artarmon br. Northern Suburbs

m. David Ewen Horniman (1859 Sydney - 18/12/1929 Artarmon Son of Robert John Horniman & Catherine) 1888 Randwick

f. Angus Cameron m. Mary

  1. (f) Jessie M Horniman b. 1889 Bowraville (Arthur Payten 1918)
  2. (m) Robert G Horniman b. 20/10/1890 Hinton
  3. (f) Vida Mary Hornimanb. 1895 Wollongong d. 1975 Cremorne (Alexander P Steel 1920)
  4. (m) Lancelot Vickery Horniman b. 24/11/1893 Shellharbour 37725/1894 d. 6/9/1918 France killed in action
  5. (f) Marjorie Horniman b. 1897 Albion Park 28791/1897 (Harold D Price 1926)
  6. (f) Jeanie M Horniman b. 1900 Albion Park 28930/1900 (John Dobbin 1927)
  7. (f) Clara L Horniman b. 1902 Albion Park 19329/1902 (Gordon Sefton 1933)
  8. (m) David Cameron Horniman b. 14/1/1904 Shellharbour 692/1904

Husband a bank manager for Commerial Banking Co.

Living Shellhabour in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties

HORNIMAN. — On October 20, at her residence, Hinton, the wife of David Horniman of a son. Macleay Argus (Kempsey, NSW : 1885 - 1907; 1909 - 1910; 1912 - 1913; 1915 - 1916; 1918 - 1954) Wednesday 29 October 1890 p 2

HORNIMAN.— November 21, at her residence, Shellharbor, the wife of David Ewan Horniman, of a son The Australian Star (Sydney, NSW : 1887 - 1909) Friday 24 November 1893 p 1

HORNIMAN- January 14th at Commercial Bank, Shellharbor, the wife of David Horniman a son. The Daily Telegraph (Sydney, NSW : 1883 - 1923) Tuesday 19 January 1904 p 1

Hely Annie Grace (Horning)

b. 1870 St George d. 1940 Woollahra

m. Frederick C Hely 1915 Woollahra

f. John William Horning m. Margaret

Living Fairy Meadow in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties. Brother Frederick Arnold also resident.

Horsey Clementina Joan Scott (Peterkin then Darcey)

b. 13/10/1871 Edinburgh Scotland d. 9/4/1942 Marrickville

m. Michael Darcey (1871 Queanbeyan- 22/1/1918 Ultimo Son of Thomas Darcey & Maria McCloy *) 7/1/1892 St. Peters

m,. Robert Horsey (1860 Sydney-7/3/1940 Ultimo) 1924 Sydney

f. Archibald Peterkin m. Joan Scott Hewat

Ship: 1890 Orizaba

Living at Kenny St Wollongong in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties

Sister Mary Anne Helen Darcy *

Horton Catherine (Quinlan)

m. William Horton 1853 CofE Jamberoo; Kiama; Shoalhaven

  1. (f) Catherine Maria Horton b. 12/6/1855 Shoalhaven reg Kiama RC

Horton Douglas Mary (Ramsay then Stafford)

b. 1854 Wellington NZ d. 4/3/1896 Picton

m. Edwin H Stafford (1849 Jounpur Uttar Pradesh India – 1890 Bourke Son of William Stafford & Elizabeth Goodall *) 1871 Picton

m. Lachlan Horton (1855 Goulburn -18/6/1932 Goulburn Son of John Horton & Jane) 1894 Leichhardt

  1. (f) Ethel Robina Stafford b. 1878 Gundagai d. 31/10/19191 Haberfield (Charles R Beckton 1895)
  2. (m) Herbert Edwin Stafford b. 1882 Leichhardt d. 10/10/1941 Goomaling WA (Alma B Litchfield, Florence Newman)
  3. (m) Claude Ramsay Stafford b. 1885 Leichhardt d. 31/7/1902 Mt Kembla Mine
  4. (f) Victoria Stafford b. 1886 Leichhardt d. 1886 Leichhardt
  5. (f) Margaret Pearl Stafford b. 1887 Leichhardt d. 17/5/1938 Moree (Robert B Doyle 1909)

Horton Hannah (Ward)

b. abt 1866 Stafford d. 2/11/1925 Woonona br. Bulli General

m. William J Horton (abt 1860 Birmingham -29/11/1933 Bulli) 1885 Lichfield Staffordshire

Ship: Port Victor 1886

  1. (m) Francis Horton b. abt 1886 Stafford
  2. (f) Matilda Horton b. 1887 Woonona 25250/1887 (Martin)
  3. (m) William H Horton b. 1890 Woonona 38436/1890
  4. (f) Violet Horton b. 1892 Woonona 39565/1892
  5. (m) Albert E Horton b. 1894 Woonona 38450/1894
  6. (f) Ivy I Horton b. 1898 Woonona 8779/1898
  7. (f) Amelia A Horton b. 1901 Woonona 18447/1901 (Power)
  8. (m) Wilfred Arthur Horton b. 1903 Woonona 17802/1903  d. 25/9/1956 (Edith Mary Hill)
  9. (m) Harry C C Horton b. 1905 Woonona 29790/1905
  10. (f) Doris L Horton b. 1908 Woonona 10367/1908 (Dawson)
  11. (f) Gweneth I Horton b. 1910 Woonona 22116/1910 (O’Connor)

Living Woonona in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties. Husband a miner.

The death occurred this week of a venerable and respected resident in the person of Mrs. William Horton, of Nicholson-street, Woonona. She leaves a husband and adult family. South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus (NSW: 1900 - 1954) Friday 6 November 1925 p 17

Horton Sarah

m. Thomas Horton

  1. (f) Sarah A Horton b. 1840 CofE Dapto; Wollongong V18401298 24A/1840
  2. (f) Charlotte Horton b. 1844 CofE Sydney St Andrews
  3. (f) Mary A Horton b. 1846 CofE Castle Hill Dural
  4. (m) Theodore Horton b. 1849 CofE Parramatta St John’s
  5. (m) Kane Horton b. 1851 CofE Parramatta St John’s

Horwood Isabella Maria (Sandys)

b. abt 1846 d. 8/5/1938 Burwood br. Rookwood

m. Charles Edward Spry Campbell Horwood (13/3/1847 Maharashtra India -4/8/1911 Corrimal Son of William Spry Horwood & Jane )

f. Frederick Sandys m. Ellen

  1. (f) Marie Isabel Marguerite b. 1873
  2. (m) William Auston Horwood b. 14/4/1877 Lambeth Surrey England d. 20/8/1947 Woonona (Mary Graham * 1903)
  3. (f) Ruby Clennel Horwood b. 1883 d. 1967 (Richard J Buchanan )
  4. (f) Isabella Horatia Horwood b. 1883 d. 1883
  5. (m) Adopted Jack Martin b. abt 1891 d. 12/4/1905 New Norfolk Tas. Drowned –down there hop picking
  6. (m) Adopted Jack Tempe b. abt 1898 Sydney d. 1981 Concord (Edith S Fuller 1954)

Living Woonona in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties. Husband a wheeler.

When her adopted son died her husband was a line miner of Woonona Illawarra and she and her two adopted sons were in Tasmania hop picking.

It is not proved that she lived in the Illawarra.

Horwood Mary (Graham)

b. 1876 Wollongong 22502/1876 d. 23/12/1962 Bulli br Bulli General

m. William Austin Horwood (14/4/1877 Lambeth Surrey England -20/8/1947 ‘Hillgrove’ Woonona of Charles Edward Spry Campbell Horwood & Isabella Maria Sandys *) 1903 Sydney

f. Sharman Graham m. Annie McKenzie *

  1. (f) Pearl Horwood b. 1903 Woonona 35982/1903 d. 1928 Woodburn (Albert Boyling 1922 )
  2. (f) Lillian Ivy Horwood b. 1903 Woonona 35983/1903 (William A Hicks)
  3. (f) Eileen G Horwood b. 1905 Woonona 19310/1905 (Thomas C Woods )
  4. (f) Kathleen Horwood b. 1909 Woonona 20981/1909 (William J Christiansen)

Hosken Mary Ann

m. James Clemens Hosken

  1. (m) Philip James Hosken b. 1879 Shoalhaven
  2. (f) Rosetta Ellen Hosken * b. 1880 Shoalhaven d. 14/1/1965 Dapto (William Muir 1916)

Living Shellhabour in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties

Hosking Eliza Cowper (Uther)

b. abt 1813 Sydney d. 14/5/1898 Burwood br. Liverpool

m. Dr Peter Mann Hosking (- 19/12/1858 Liverpool ) 2/10/1832 St Phillips Sydney V1832980 16/1832

f. Reuben Uther m. Maria Hacking

Ship: Sarah Scott 1943 returned to Australia

  1. (m) John William Hosking b. 21/3/1835 Sydney d. 27/1/1906 Burwood (Isabella Charlotte Fairs * 1859 )
  2. (m) Peter Mann Hosking b. 13/5/1839 Sydney d. 24/9/1918 Liverpool (Janet Robertson 1864)
  3. (m) George Uther Hosking b. abt 1843 d. 26/6/1928 Manly (Fanny Watson)
  4. (f) Emma Ann Eliza Hosking * b. 16/9/1847 Wollongong bp. CofE Dapto:Wollongong d. 23/11/1940 Strathfield (William Smith Thomas 1872)
  5. (f) Fanny A Hosking b. 13/5/1849 bp. CofE Dapto: Wollongong d. 1917 Burwood
  6. (m) George Uther Hosking d. 1928 Manly ( Fanny W North 1873)
  7. (m) Peter Hosking d. 1918 Liverpool

On Saturday last, the Lady of P. M. HOSKING, Esq., Surgeon, of a son and heir. 1803 - 1842) Tuesday 24 March 1835 p 3

At her residence George-street, Sydney, on the 13th instant, Mrs. P. M Hosking of a son. The Sydney Gazette a nd New South Wales Advertiser (NSW: 1803 - 1842) Tuesday 14 May 1839 p 3

Passengers Arrived from London Dr P. M. Hosking, Mrs Hosking and two sons, The Australian (Sydney, NSW: 1824 - 1848) Wednesday 1 February 1843 p 2

“HOSKING, the wife of Dr., at her residence, Wollongong, Illawarra, on the 16th instant of a daughter.” The Australian 21 September 1847

“BIRTH. At her residence, Wollongong, Illawarra, on the 13th instant, the wife of P. M. Hosking, M.D., of a daughter.” The Sydney Morning Herald 18 May 1850

HOSKING. — May 14, 1898, at her residence, Llanelly, Park-avenue, Burwood, Eliza Cowper, relict of the late P.M. Hosking, M.D., of Liverpool, N.S.W., in her 85th year. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Thursday 19 May 1898 p 2

Hosking Emily Sarah B (Warner)

b. d. 10/7/1944 North Sydney

m.. John Charles Hosking (10/9/1860 Foxlow Queanbyan - 22/2/1936 Son of John W Hosking & Isabella C Fairs *) 5/8/1890 Sydney 1060/1890

f. William Badcock Warner m. Susan

  1. (m) Arnold Kingsley Hosking b. 14/10/1891 Wollongong d. 20/9/1917 Belgium

Living Crown St Wollongong in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties. Husband a chemist

HOSKING—WARNER.—August 5th, at St. James Church, Sydney, by the Rev. H. L. Jackson, M.A., JOHN CHARLES, eldest son of J. W. Hosking, to EMILY SARAH, eldest daughter of the late W. B. Warner, C.P.S., Carcoar, New South Wales. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Saturday 16 August 1890 p 2

HOSKING -October 14, at her residence, Gloucester, Market-street, Wollongong, the wife of J Charles Hosking, of a son The Sydney Morning Herald 20 October 1891

At a private hospital, North Sydney, on Saturday, the death took place of Mrs. Emily Sarah Hosking, widow of the late Charles Hosking, of Wollongong. South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus (NSW : 1900 - 1954) Friday 16 June 1944 p 9

Hosking Isabella Charlotte (Fairs)

b. 2/1/1837 or 1834 d. 3/12/1901 br. Wollongong

m. John William Hosking (21/3/1835 Sydney - 27/1/1906 Burwood Son of Peter Mann Hosking & Eliza Uther *) 22/1/1859 Liverpool 2139/1859

  1. (m) John Charles P Hosking b. 10/9/1860 Foxlow Queanbyan d. 22/2/1936 (Emily S B Warner *1890)
  2. (m) Frederick G Hosking b. 24/4/1863 Liverpool d. 13/8/1916 Woollahra (Emily J Tibbey 1890)
  3. (m) William Fairs Hosking b. 1/3/1872 Wollongong d. 6/12/1872 Wollongong aged 9 months
  4. (f) Amy Isabel Hosking b. 1/1/1874 d. 15/1/1874 aged 15 days

On the 1st instant, at her residence, Crown-street, Wollongong, Mrs. JOHN W. HOSKING, of a son. The Sydney Morning Herald 4 March 1872

At the residence of his parents, Crown-street, Wollongong, WILLIAM FAIRS, infant son of JOHN W. HOSKING, aged 9 months. The Sydney Morning Herald 10 December 1872

On the 31st December, at her residence, Crown-street, Wollongong, Mrs. JOHN W. HOSKING of a daughter. The Sydney Morning Herald 3 January 1874

On the 15th instant, at the residence of her parents, Crown- street, Wollongong, AMY ISABEL, infant daughter of JOHN W. HOSKING, aged 15 days. The Sydney Morning Herald 17 January 1874

HOSKING — December 3rd, at her residence, 'Norwood,' Smith-street, Wollongong, Isabelle Charlotte, dearly beloved wife of John W. Hosking, in her 68th year. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Wednesday 4 December 1901 p 2

Host/ Hurst Elizabeth (Angelhart/Engelhart/ Elengahaute)

b. 16/12/1818 Germany d. 7/9/1874 Broughton Vale br. Nowra

m. Johan Joseph Host (5/5/1818 Germany -24/4/1881 Shoalhaven River drowned Son of John Host & Anna) 8/2/1849

f. Kasper Anglehart m. Catherine

Ship: Parland 1849

  1. (m) Jacob Host b. 1850 Kiama
  2. (f) Louisa Charlotte Hurst b. 19/10/1851 Kiama V18511674 121A/1851
  3. (m) John Host b. 24/11/1853 Kiama reg Kiama RC V18532538 70/1853
  4. (m) John Host b. 29/5/1855 Kiama d. 1855
  5. (f) Elizabeth Host b. 29/5/1855 Kiama d. 1855 Kiama
  6. (f) Maria Elizabetha Host b. 29/5/1855 Kiama V18553596 72/1855 Reg Kiama RC d. 1933
  7. (f) Catherine Host/Hust b. 10/1/1856 Kiama bp Kiama RC 7395/1857
  8. (m) John Austin Host b. 17/11/1858 Kiama bp Kiama RC 8175/1858 (Sarah A Banner 1891)
  9. (m) Charles Host b. 18/9/1861 Broughton Creek 8288/1861 (Fanny Mary Winley * 1883)

Husband a watchmaker and settler

The Sydney Mail notes her death in September 1874. They were living at Broughton Vale and she was ‘native of one of the Rhenish states of Germany’. They arrived as vine dressers on special immigrant ships which were planned to provide the infant wine industry in NSW with skilled workers.

Host Fanny Mary (Winley/Windley)

b. 1861 Kiama d. 9/8/1943 Canterbury br. Rookwood

m. Charles Host (1861 Kiama- 14/5/1944 Ashbury Son of Joseph Host & Elizaberth Anglehart *) 1883 Kiama

f. Thomas Winely m. Mary J McGillick *

  1. (m) Charles H Host b. 1884 Shoalhaven
  2. (m) Thomas F Host b. 1886 Shoalhaven
  3. (m) Edwin J Host b. 1888 Broughton Creek
  4. (m) Norman E Host b. 1890 Nowra
  5. (f) Marie Host
  6. (f) Ethel Host
  7. (f) Fanny Pearl Host b. 1897 Berry
  8. (m) Cecil L Host b. 1899 Berry
  9. (m) Albert Host

Hotchkiss Alice (Henderson)

b. abt 1874 d. 30/10/1973 Helensburgh cr. Woronora

m. John Hotchkiss (-8/4/1942 Helensburgh Son of Daniel Hotchkis & Jessie ) 1893 Greta

f. Joseph Henderson m. Mary

  1. (f) Jessie Hotchkiss b. 1894 Greta
  2. (m) Daniel Stewart Hotchkis b. 1896 Helensburgh 3924/1896 d. 1973 Sydney
  3. (f) Mary S H Hotchkis b. 1898 Helensburgh 3782/1898
  4. (m) Joseph Henderson Hotchkiss b. 1900 Helensburgh 3868/1900 d. 1983
  5. (f) Agnes H Hotchkis b. 1903 Helensburgh 21654/1903 d. 1904 Helensbrugh
  6. (m) John Hotchkis b. 1906 Helensburgh 13924/1906

Living at Helensburgh in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties. Husband a miner.

Hotchkiss Janet/Jessie (McGeachie)

d. d. 2/4/1952 Austinmere cr. Woronora

m. Daniel Hotchkiss (abt 1863- 5/6/1941 Austinmere Son of Daniel Steward Hotchkis & Janet ) 16/7/1886 Cadder Scotland

f. John McGeachie m. Janet

  1. (m) Daniel Stewart Hotchkis b. 2/6/1887 Cadder Scotland d. 2/6/1959 Thirroul (Ada Louise Stone 1915)
  2. (f) Margaret Hotchkiss b.
  3. (m) John McGeachie Henderson Hotchkis b. d. 30/6/1963 Bulli
  4. (m) James Hilton Hotchkis b. 1892 Helensburgh 16775/1892 d. 1938 Thirroul (Gladys K Wilson 1921)
  5. (m) Colin K A Hotchkis b. 1898 Helensburgh 12588/1898
  6. (f) Janet Jean Hotchkiss b. 1900 Helensburgh d. 19/2/1979

Living Kembla Heights in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties. Husband an under manager at this time.

HOTCHKIS—McGEACHIE.—July 16, 1886, at Cadder, Scotland, by the Rev. J. B. A. Watt, Daniel, eldest son of the late Daniel and Janet Hotchkis, to Jessie, youngest daughter of the late John and Janet McGeachie. Present address: Toxteth-avenue, Austinmer. The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW: 1842 - 1954) Thursday 16 July 1936 p 8

Husband mine manager at Coalcliff from 1910 to 1933

Hotchkies Margaret R (Duncan)

b. abt 1861 . 31/10/1923 Granville

m. John Hotchkies 1889 Wollongong

f. Andrew Duncan m. Isabella

  1. (m) Thomas Hotchkies b. 1889 Parramatta
  2. (f) Isabella D Hotchkies b. 1891 Granville
  3. (f) Jessie N Hotchkies b. 1893 Granville
  4. (m) Andrew D Hotchkies b. 1896 Granville
  5. (m) John R Hotchkiss b. 1899 Granville
  6. (f) Margaret Hotchkiss b. 1902 Granville
  7. (m) Archibald A Hotchkis b. 1906 Granville

HOTCHKIES.-October 31, 1923, at her residence, 38 Cowper-street, Granville, Margaret, dearly beloved wife of John Hotchkies, aged 62 years. The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW: 1842 - 1954) Friday 2 November 1923 p 8

Hough Mary Ann (Galvin)

m. John Hough

  1. (m) Thomas Bernard Hough b. 6/6/1857 Fairy Meadow 12238/1857

Houlahan Mary (Dyer)

m. Simon Houlahan

  1. (f) Margaret Houlahan b. 1861 Berrima 5301/1861
  2. (m) Simon Houlahan b. 1863 Sydney 1304/1863 d. 1863 Sydney
  3. (m) John Houlahan b. 1864 Wollongong 16478/1864 d. 1864 Wollongong
  4. (m) William Houlahan b. 3/6/1865 Wollongong 16957/1865 d. 1866 Sydney

Husband Boot maker.

Hourn Edith Emily Ruth (Waterworth)

b. 1867 Wollongong d. 1939 Newcastle

m. Frederick Christoph Hourn (abt 1863 Melangle-29/1/1920 Stanthorpe Qld Son of John Hourn & ) 1889 Camden

f. James Waterworth m. Mary Ann Pallier *

  1. (f) Edith R Hourn b. 1888 Campbelltown
  2. (f) Elsie Hourn b. 1894 Wollongong

Living Railway St Dapto in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties

Husband a station master.

House Bridget (Bourke)

m. John House

  1. (f) Margaret House b. 13/2/1839 Dapto
  2. (f) Martha House b. 15/7/1841 Dapto
  3. (f) Margaret House b. 7/1/1843 Dapto

House Mahala (Griggs)

b 1853 Stansted Mountfitchet Essex d. 8/8/1933 Wollongong br. Wollongong

m. Henry House (Dec 1852 Hillingdon Middlesex- 25/9/1941 Wollongong Son of Joseph House Joel & Rebecca Joel) 1/6/1873 Slough England

f. Henry Griggs m. ? Bull

Ship: 1884 Lusitania

  1. (m) Henry House b. 1874 Langley Berkshire d Wollongong
  2. (f) Minnie Rebecca House * b. 1877 Heston Middlesex d. Wollongong (George John Latter 1895)
  3. (m) Charlie House b. 1881 Langley Berkshire d. 1960 Wollongong (Anne Gray 1906)
  4. (f) Annie House * b. 1883 Buckinghamshire d. 1937 Casino (Henry Tate 1901)
  5. (m) Robert George House b. 1886 Wollongong d. 1960 (Annie Denniss 1914)
  6. (m) Arthur House b. 1888 Wollongong d. 1956 (Edith Coulter 1906)
  7. (m) Alfred House b. 1890 Wollongong d. 1974 Wollongong (Ellen Davis 1917)
  8. (f) Edwina Mary House b. 1893 Wollongong d. 1968 Kiama (Peter Beaton 1911)
  9. (f) Esther M House b. 1896 Wollongong (William David 1914)

Living at Gwynneville in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties. Husband a miner.

Was married as `Henry House Joel', but dropped the `Joel' when he came to Australia. Husband a miner.

Houslar Agnes Taylor (Crerar)

b. b. abt 1870 Lanarck Scotland d. 13/7/1947 Bellevue Hill cr. Northern Suburbs

m. Robert Houslar (-1947 Newtown Son of Captain Robert Houslar & Janet Anderson *) 21/3/1889 Wollongong 5223/1889

f. John Macintosh Crerar m. Elizabeth Stein *

  1. (f) Bessie M Houslar 1890 Wollongong 37837/1890
  2. (f) Janet May Houslar 1891 Wollongong 38458/1891 d. 5/9/1893 Smiths Hill aged 2 years and 3 months
  3. (m) John Anderson Houslar 1897 Wollongong 27716/1897

HOUSLAR— CRERAR.— March 21st, 1889, at the residence of the bride's parents, Smith's Hill, Wollongong, by the Rev. R. H. Waugh, M.A., Robert, third eldest son of Captain Houslar (late pilot), to Agnes Taylor, eldest daughter of John M. Crerar, engineer, Wollongong, late of Glasgow, Scotland Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Tuesday 26 March 1889 p 2

HOUSLAR Agnes Taylor -July, 13 1947 at a private hospital Bellevue Hill loving mother of Bessie and John and sister of Minnie and John M Crerar Privately cremated Northern Suburbs Crematorium July 14. Aged 78 years. The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Wednesday 16 July 1947 p 2

Houslar Emily Iredale (Mulholland)

b. 1859 Wollongong 14205/1859 d.

m. William Houslar (23/4/1871 Pilot Station Wollongong - 1952 Burwood Son of Captain Robert Houslar & Janet Anderson *) 14/6/1893 Wollongong 7562/1893

f. John Mulholland m. Elizabeth Rebecca

  1. (f) Eileen H Houslar b. 1894 Wollongong (Harold J Lewis)
  2. (m) William R. P. Houslar b. 1895 Wollongong (Murial R Cousins)
  3. (f) Florence M Houslar b. 1897 Wollongong (James A Wheatley)
  4. (m) Charles S Houslar b. 1900 Wollongong d. 1922 Newtown (Ella Hollier)

Living Campbell St Wollongong in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties. Husband a carter.

HOUSLAR— MULHOLLAND.— June 14th, at the residence of the bride's mother, Church Hill, Wollongong, by the Rev. E. T. Miles, William, fourth son of Captain Houslar, to Emily Iredale, youngest daughter of the late John Mulholland, of Sydney. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Saturday 17 June 1893 p 2

Houslar Janet (Anderson)

b. 1830 Perthshire, Scotland d. 7/4/1877 Pilot Station Wollongong br. Wollongong General

m.Captain Robert Houslar (1826-7/6/1890 Fairy Meadow ) 29/10/1849 Tulliallan Perth Scotland

f. John Anderson m. Catherine ?

  1. (m) Alexander Houslar b. 1852 Tulliallan, Perth, Scotland d. 1872 drowned off the Cape of Good Hope
  2. (m) John Houslar b. 9 /8/1855 Tulliallan Perth Scotland d. 1875 Calcutta
  3. (f) Catherine Houslar b. 1860 Sydney
  4. (f) Christina Houslar * b. 5/1/1862 Kent Street Sydney d. 29/7/1909 346 Liverpool St. Darlinghurst (Duncan Robertson McPhee)
  5. (f) Janet Houslar b. 1864 d. 1867 Balmain
  6. (f) Thomasena Houslar b. 1866 Balmain (Alexander Alexander)
  7. (m) Robert Houslar b. 1868 Wollongong, NSW d. 1947 Marrickville (Agnes Taylor Crerar * 1889)
  8. (f) Janet Houslar b. 1869 Pilot Station Wollongong, NSW d. 1952 Balmain
  9. (m) William Houslar b. 23/4/1871 Pilot Station Wollongong d. 1952 Burwood (Emily Iredale Mulholland * 1893)
  10. (m) David Alexander Houslar b. 1873 Pilot Station Wollongong d. 1948 Sutherland

After a long and painful illness, aged 47 years 2 months and 4 days

HOUSLAR.— At the Pilot Station, Wollongong, the wife of Robert Houslar, of a daughter. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Tuesday 26 October 1869 p 2

HOUSALAR.— On the 23rd inst., at the Pilot Station, Wollongong, the wife of Captain R. Housalar of a son. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Tuesday 25 April 1871 p 2

HOUSLAR.—At the Pilot Station, Wollongong, the wife of Captain Houslar, of a son.Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Friday 31 January 1873 p 2

HOUSLAR. — April 7th, at. Pilot Station, Wollongong, after a long and painful illness, Janet, the beloved wife of Robert Houslar, aged 47 years 2 months and 4 days. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Tuesday 10 April 1877 p 2

Houseman/Houstman Mary Arundel (Rossiter)

b. 1866 Wagga Wagga d. 17/12/1937 Brisbane br. Lutwyche

m. Alexander Houseman (abt 1856 Germany -1944 Brisbane Qld Son of Richard Houseman & Elizabeth Nissen) 1888 Cootamundra 5130/1888

f. Alfred Joseph Rossiter m. Honora Cahill

  1. (f) Alexis Houstman b. 25/7/1889 Wollongong 24457/1889
  2. (m) Alfred Joseph Houseman b. 1894 Cootamundra d. 1967 Qld

Houston Ann

m. James Houston

  1. (m) James Houston b. 1845 bp. Presbytrian Wollongong

Houston Jane Ethel (Turnbull)

b. 1879 Wallsend d. 1969 Sydney

m. John Clarke Houston 1901 Wallsend

f. Thomas Turnbull m. Sarah

  1. (m) Jack Houston b. 1902 Wallsend d. 1959 Sydney

Living South Coast Rd Dapto in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties

Husband a labourer

Houston Jane Tyre (Thomson)

b. 10/1/1830 Montreal Canada d. 19/6/1912 Balmain

m. Joseph Houston (abt 1826 Elderslie Renfrewshire Scotland – 9/12/1897 Prymont Son of James Houston & ) 13/10/1849  Renfrew Renfrewshire Scotland

f. Thomas Thomson m. Janet Lockhead

  1. (m) Thomas Thomson Houston b. 29/6/1850 Kilbarchan Renfrewshire Scotland
  2. (f) Martha Orr Houston b. 12/6/1852 Kilbarchan Renfrewshire Scotland d. 8/1/1889 Waterloo (Henry Fairnham 1880)
  3. (m) Joseph Houston b. 26/7/1854 Kilbarchan Renfrewshire Scotland d. 1855 Kilbarchan Renfrewshire Scotland
  4. (f) Janet Lockhead Houston b. 8/3/1856 Kilbarchan Renfrewshire Scotland d. 27/4/1929 Leichhardt
  5. (f) Mary Ann Houston b. 1863 Wollongong 14987/1863 d. 9/3/1941 Glenbrook
  6. (m) James Scott Houston b. 1865 Wollongong 16849/1865 d. 17/1/1940 Balmain
  7. (m) Joseph Houston b. 1867 Wollongong 17917/1867 d. 2/8/1945 Balmain
  8. (f) Emily Agnes Houston b. 1872 Sydney 848/1872 d. 24/7/1947 Kingswood (Richard Barker 1895)

Husband a member of the committee in Bulli in 1864.

HOUSTON— June 19, 1912, at her late residence. No. 5 Louisa.-road, Balmain, Jane Tyre, relict of the late Joseph Houston, of Pyrmont, aged 81 years. At rest. The Daily Telegraph (Sydney, NSW: 1883 - 1923) Friday 21 June 1912 p 8

Houston Mary (Fitzgerald)

m. James Houston 1870 Kiama 2488/1870

Howard Alice Ann (Polley)

b. 1870 Wollongong d. 21/2/1903 Bellambi

m. Anthony Howard (1864 Glebe- 16/11/1943 Bellambi Son of Samuel Howard & Bridget) 1892 Wollongong 7823 /1892

f. Ira Polly m. Harriett L Ralph *

  1. (f) Clara Doris Howard b. 1895 Wollongong 9107/1895 (Vincent Groga 1917)
  2. (f) Olive K Howard b. 1896 Wollongong 8980/1896 (Ernest Horne 1920)
  3. (m) Anthony Raymond Howard b. 1899 Wollongong 26751/1899 d. 1970 Bulli
  4. (m) Leonard R Howard b. 1901 Wollongong 28186/1901

HOWARD. —on the 21st February, at her Residence, Bellambi, Alice, the dearly beloved wife of Anthony Howard, aged 32 years. South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus (NSW: 1900 - 1954) Saturday 28 February 1903 p 11

Howard Annie (Farleigh)

b. 1868 d. 16/7/1949 Thornleigh

m. Albert Ernest Howard 1891 Rockdale

f. Edward Manicom Farleigh m. Elizabeth

  1. (f) Aileen M Howard b. 1892 St Peters
  2. (f) Annie Adele Howard b. 1894 Rockdale d. 3/9/1895 Arncliffe
  3. (m) Edward Farleigh Howard b. 1897 Arncliff d. 5/6/1916 Liverpool
  4. (m) Allen E Howard b. 1900 Albion Park 19363/1900
  5. (f) Annie E Howad b. 1903 Milton
  6. (m) Albert A Howard b. 1905 Milton
  7. (f) Estelle M Howard b. 1907 Milton
  8. (m) Gordon E E Howard b. 1908 Annandale
  9. (f) Phyllis M Howard b. 1911 Rockdale
  10. (f) Irene E Howard b. 1910 Petersham
  11. (m) Stanley L Howard b. 1915 Petersham

HOWARD - September 3 at Wollonirong-road Arncliffe, Annie Adele, dearly -beloved daughter of Albert and Annie Howard, aged 13 months. The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW: 1842 - 1954) Thursday 5 September 1895 p 1

HOWARD.-June 5, 1916, at the Field Hospital, Liverpool, Private Edward Farleigh Howard, beloved son of Albert and Annie Howard, of Ulladulla, aged 18.

HOWARD.-June 5, 1916, at the Field Hospital, Liverpool, Private Edward Farleigh Howard, beloved grandson of Mrs. E. M. Farleigh, Cairnsfoot, Arncliffe. The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW: 1842 - 1954) Wednesday 7 June 1916 p 10

HOWARD Annie-July 16 1949, at her residence 29 The Esplanade Thornleigh dearly beloved wife of Albert Ernest Howard and loving mother of Aileen (Mrs O Hanlon) Leigh (deceased) Allen, Nancy (Mrs C Dallen) Arthur, Estelle (Mrs J Lackey) and Phylis aged 81 years. At rest The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW: 1842 - 1954) Monday 18 July 1949 p 10

Howard Annie

m. Joseph Howard

  1. (f) Mary J Howard b. 1886 Woonona 24613/1886

Howard Bridget M. (Bruton)

b. abt 1837 Co Tipperary Ireland d. 7/1/1901 Paddington

m. Michael Howard ( 1833-) 2/10/1863 St Francis Xavier’s 3206/1863

f. William Bruton m. Ellen O’Donnell *

On the 2nd instant, by special license, at St. Francis Xavier's, Wollongong, by the Very Rev. Dean O'Connell, O.S.B., Mr. M. Howard, third son of Mr. A. Howard, Lahinch, County Clare, Ireland, to Bridget M. Burton, eldest daughter of Mr. W. Bruton, Clonmel, Ireland. The Sydney Morning Herald 8 October 1863

Children are all registered at Wellington, seem to have left Wollongong almost immediately.

HOWARD.—In sad and ever-loving memory of Bridget Howard, who departed this life January 7, 1901, at 66 Liverpool-street Paddington. Requiescat in pace. Inserted by her loving husband and children. The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW: 1842 - 1954) Tuesday 7 January 1902 p 1

Howard Catherine

m. Robert Howard (abt 1805 -24/5/1861 Jamberoo Son of Robert Howard & Sarah )

Accident. — Yesterday Mrs. R. Howard, while proceeding to Kiama, riding on a bullock dray, was thrown to the ground with great violence by the overturning of the dray. Some of the kegs of butter with which the dray was loaded were thrown upon her. She is, we are sorry to say, greatly hurt, though it is thought, that the injuries she has received will not prove fatal. The horrible state of the roads, though greatly to be deplored, is good for trade. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW: 1856 - 1950) Monday 29 June 1857 p 2


The action between W. Vance and St. Clarence Howard, which had been postponed on Wednesday, was brought on the following day. The defence set up was that the signatures of Robert Howard and St. Clarence Howard were not genuine.

Mr. Salomons appeared of the plantiff and called William Irving who had been agent for plaintiff in his abesence, and had handed the bill to him with other assets. He stated that he had know Mrs. Robert Howard sign her husband's name for him when he was ill or otherwise incapacitated from acting for himself. He recognized the bill before the court. Had never heard of any objection being made to it. R. Howard had formerly a good many bills knocking about–some of them quarl ones. R Howard and his wife used to write a good deal alike. Howard had never objected to his wife's signature.

Catherine Howard: Was the widow of the late Robert Howard. Her husband had at various times made a good many bills and promissory notes. Witness never signed for him.

Witness was here requested to write her husband's name, which she accordingly did. Mr. Salomons could not believe that it was not identical with that on the bill.

Witness maintained that she had not written the letter. She had never been asked for payment of the bill, and had never seen it before. The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser (NSW: 1863 - 1947) Tuesday 23 February 1864 p 2

Howard Charlotte Hannah (Rawson)

b. 1869 Goulburn d. 27/8/1931 Bulli br. Bulli General

m. George Edwin Howard (abt 1863 -11/7/1937 Bulli Son of William Howard & Jane Melville *) 1888 Wollongong 5587/1888

f. Joshua Rawson m. Mary

  1. (m) Edward George Howard b. 1900 Nowra d. 1973 Bulli

Living Austinmer in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties. Husband a brickmaker


The death occurred at her residence, George's- Avenue, Bulli yesterday of Mrs Charlotte Hannah Howard, aged 63, wife of Mr George E. Howard. Mrs Howard formerly resided in Goulburn. Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW: 1881 - 1940) Friday 28 August 1931 p 2

Howard Ellen E (Dyers)

m. Edward James Howard ( 1864 Wollongong- 4/8/1944 Wallerawang Son of James Howard & Jane Spinks * ) 1886 Wollongong 5657/1886

  1. (f) Louisa Howard b. 1887 Goulburn

Edward James married Joesphine E Pauling in 1893 at Rylestone.

Howard Isabella (Harvey)

m. George Alexander Howard 1872 Wollongong 3815/1872

  1. (m) Edwin Howard b. 1872 Warialda
  2. (m) Edward Howard b. 1872 Warialda d. 1873 Warialda
  3. (f) Isabella F Howard d. 1874 Warialda
  4. (m) John T Howard b. 1876 Murrurundi

Howard Jane (Millbourn/ Melville/Milburn/Milbourn)

b. abt 1828 Hinton Middlesex d. 21/9/1918 br. Bulli

m. William Howard ( abt 1824 Hinton Middlesex- 1905 Goulburn) 1848 Hendon area Middlesex

Ship: Java 1853

  1. (m) Henry William Howard b. Hinton Middlesex d. 1920 Liverpool
  2. (f) Elizabeth Emily Howard b. Bermondsey London (John Kingston 1875)
  3. (f) Jane E Howard b. 1854 Narellan (John B Shipard 1876)
  4. (m) George Edwin Howard b. 1862 Goulburn (Charlotte Rawson * 1888)
  5. (m) Alfred Charles Howard b. 1869 Goulburn (Martha Davis * 1899 )
  6. (m) Edward Theodore Howard b. 1862 Goulburn d. 15/12/1937 Bulli (Mary Ann Williams * 1892)
  7. (f) Alice S Howard b. 1866 Goulburn d. 1866 Goulburn
  8. (f) Ada M Howard b. 1869 Goulburn d. 1870 Goulburn
  9. (f) Susan Howard b. 1860 Goulburn d. 1942 Rockdale (John Bowtell 1881)
  10. (f) Louisa Sarah Howard b. 1856 Camden d. 1884 Goulburn (Joshua Thrower 1875)
  11. (f) Sarah Ann Howard b. 1858 Camden d. 1932 Auburn (Frederick W Lawes 1877)

Howard Jane (Spinks)

d. November 1894 Sydney

m. James Howard (-27/8/1894 Son of James Howard & ? ) 22/7/1863 Wollongong 3193/1863

f. Edward Spinks m. Agnes Henry *

  1. (m) Edward James Howard b. 1864 Wollongong 16519/1864 d. 4/8/1944 Wallerawang (Ellen E Dyers * 1886, Josephine E Pauling 1893)
  2. (m) Henry A Howard b. 1865 Wollongong 17019/1865
  3. (f) Anne J Howard b. 1866 Wollongong 16691/1866
  4. (f) Evangeline Howard * b. 1868 Wollongong 18056/1868 (Hugh McPhee 1885)
  5. (f) Amelia Howard * b. 1869 Newcastle 15331/1869 (John Norris Timothy 1888)
  6. (m) Ernest Howard b. 1871 Newcastle 14221/1871

On the 22nd instant St. Michael's Church, Wollongong, by the Rev. T. C. Ewing, Mr James Howard, jun , Para Meadow, to Jane, fourth daughter of Mr Edward Spinks, Hennings Retreat Bulli. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW: 1856 - 1950) Tuesday 28 July 1863 p 2

Howard Johana (Burke)

m. Patrick Howard 15/6/1842 Wollongong

Both resident of Dapto

Howard Hannah Jane (Busby)

b. 16/1/1861 Windsor d. 9/2/1952 Roseville br.

m. Rev William Henry Howard (abt 1861 -13/3/1943 Roseville) 1891 Windsor

f. John S Busby m. Hannah

  1. (m) Dr Arthur John de Size Howard b. 1892 Stanthorpe Qld
  2. (m) Henry Vivian Howard b. 1893 Qld d. 1982
  3. (f) Hannah Grace Howard b. 1895 Qld (Butler)
  4. (m) Bernard Wesley Howard b. 1897 Brisbane Qld
  5. (f) Eleanor May Howard b. 1902 Jamberoo 13153/1902 d. 1982 (Frank W Kitto 1928)

Living Jamberoo in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties. Husband a clergyman.

Hannah Jane Howard

On January 16th, 1861, there was born into the home of the late Mr. and Mrs. John S. Busby, of Windsor, a baby girl, to whom was given the name of Hannah Jane. On February 9th, 1952, God called her from earth to Himself. Between those dates was witnessed the growth of a beautiful character which expressed itself in a service that certainly blessed all the people who came under its influence.

From her earliest childhood Hannah Jane Busby was surrounded by true Christian love and care and guidance with the result that as soon as it was possible she entered into the life of the Church. First in Sunday School, with all its stages, then as Teacher, Choir member, Organist, she found opportunity for living up to the faith that she had definitely placed in her Lord and Master and serving Him with all her powers.

These experiences eminently fitted her for higher ministerial duties, and it was not a surprise to those who knew her that she should become a Minister's wife. This event was celebrated by her ' marriage with Rev. W. Henry Howard in April of 1881.

As such she went with him to Stanthorpe (Queensland) and three other circuits in that State. Then followed residence in New South Wales where in Jamberoo, North Parramatta, Tempe Park, Drummoyne, West Maitland, Ryde, Mosman, Cronulla, she played her gracious part. When her husband became a Supernumerary and moved to Roseville, Mrs. Howard retained her interest in the general activities of the Church, and even after his death in 1943 the same keenness was manifested. Failing health, however, at last compelled her to remain at home, but although shut in she nevertheless kept touch with the outside world. One of her most striking lines of service was in writing cheery messages to the sick and bereaved. In the truest sense she was a member of what may well be called 'The League of the Golden Pen'. Many folk to-day give thanks to God for her comforting words and praise Him for one who lived her life, and served her Lord, with one supreme purpose in heart, namely, that others may realise how precious are the promises of Him Who is ever ready to strengthen and save. Her children, Arthur, Vivian, Bernard, Grace (Mrs. Butler), Eleanor (Mrs. F. W. Kitto), cherish the sweetest memories of their Mother, the Gentle Lady who gave them every reason to rise up and call her 'blessed', and this they do most gladly. The Methodist (Sydney, NSW : 1892 - 1954) Saturday 24 May 1952 p 10

Howard Harriet Lucy

b. abt 1837 Essex d. 11/12/1919 Crookwell

m. John Howard (abt 1837- 24/12/1861 Sydney

f. William m. Ann

Ship: 1859 Palmyra

  1. (m) John Howard b. 1861 Kiama 8080/1861
  2. (m) Charles Howard b. 1862 Kiama 8528/1862 d. 1926 Crookwell
  3. (m) James Howard b. 1864 Kiama 9475/1864
  4. (f) Mary A Howard b. 1866 Kiama 9601/1866 (Robert B Bensley 1884)
  5. (f) Lucy Howard b. 1873 Yass ( Edward C Bray 1892)
  6. (f) Adenea E E Howard b. 1877 Goulburn (Frederick J Morris 1897)

HOWARD. — By the death of Mrs. Harriet Howard, Crookwell (N.S.W.) loses one of its oldest residents. The late Mrs. Howard, who was eighty-three years of age, came to Australia in 1859 with her husband, the late John Howard. On their arrival in New South Wales they went on the land, settling at “Foxground.” There they remained for a few years and then moved to Crookwell, securing a block on the “Normanton” property, now occupied by Mr. J. Plumb, which they worked for forty-three years. The next move was to their homestead, “Bearchell's Farm,” where the family have resided for the past twelve years. The Farmer and Settler (Sydney, NSW : 1906 - 1955) Wednesday 31 December 1919 p 4

Howard Honora Norah (Brodie)

b. 1865 Kiama d. 15/5/1956 Sydney

m. William Henry Howard 1886 Sydney 1802/1886

f. Andrew Brodie m. Mary Carroll *

  1. (m) Andrew Arthur Howard b. 14/1/1887 Mt Pleasant Wollongong 24869/1887 d. 20/7/1934 Enmore
  2. (f) May Agnes Howard b. 6/6/1889 Shellharbour 25157/1889 d. 1946 Newtown
  3. (m) William Marshall Howard b. 25/3/1892 Shellharbour 18455/1892 d. 1960 Bankstown
  4. (f) Eileen Gladys Howard b. 11/8/1896 Shellharbour 19174/1896
  5. (m) Stanley John Howard b. 1902 Albion Park 658/1902 d. 1974 Marrickville
  6. (m) George H Howard b. 1903 Albion Park 18681/1903
  7. (f) Lenora Howard b. 1909 Wollongong 43545/1909

Living Shellharbour in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties.

Howard Martha (Davies)

b. abt 1851 d. 27/11/1924 Bulli

m. Alfred Charles Howard (1869 Goulburn – 17/8/1946 Wollongong Son of William Howard & Jane Millbourn *) 1899 Nowra

f. William Davies m. Ellen

Howard Mary (Conley)

m. James Howard

  1. (m) Arthur Howard b. 30/6/1886 Wollongong d. 1916 Spokane Washington USA


Mr. J. B. Nicholson, sanitary inspector, Municipality of Wollongong, Has received a communication to the following effect: from the Superintendent of the Edgecliff Sanatorium, Washington, U.S.A.:— Dear Sir,— A man died in this sanatorium to-day of Pulmonary tuberculosis who claimed to have no known living relatives. He gave his name as Arthur Howard, born June 30th, 1886, at Wollongong, Australia. Father's name, James Howard (English); mother's name, Mary Conley (Irish). He had been in America 28 years, was a farmer and teamster, drifting about from ranch to ranch, with no definite place of residence. Claimed that so far as he knew all his relations were dead, and that he had no friends. He was Roman Catholic and seemed like a very decent lad. If he has any friends or relations I would like to find them. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW: 1856 - 1950) Friday 26 May 1916 p 3

Howard Mary Ann (Williams)

b. abt 1864 d. 25/12/1938 Bulli br. Bulli

m. Edward Theodore Howard (abt 1862– 15/12/1937 Austinmer Son of William Howard & Jane Millbourn *) 1892 Woonona 7942/1892

f. Richard Williams m. Mary

  1. (f) Lily Howard b. 1898 Rylstone
  2. (m) Theodore Howard b. 1901 Woonona 18439/1901
  3. (f) Melba Howard b. 1907 Woonona 31216/1907
  4. (f) Ruby Howard
  5. (f) Alice Howard b. 1911 Woonona 48009/1911 

Living Austinmer in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties

HOWARD—In loving memory of my dear mother, Mary Ann Howard, who passed away December 25, 1938. Only those who loved you know how great was our loss one year ago. Inserted by her loving daughters, Melba, Ruby, and Alice. The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW: 1842 - 1954) Monday 25 December 1939 p 4

Howard Norah see Honora

Howard Sarah A

m. Harry Howard

  1. (m) Harry L Howard b. 1893 Kiama 18673/1893
  2. (m) Leo H Howard d. 1894 Wollongong

Howard St Clarence (Brown)

d. 1921 Penrith

m. William Howard (-1859 Kiama Son of Robert Howard & Sarah) 1854 Sydney St Andrews Scots Church

f. Joseph Brown m. Annie

  1. (m) Robert Howard b. 1856 Kiama 5129/1856
  2. (f) Mary Sarah Jane Howard b. 6/4/1858 Jamberoo 8007/1858 d. 2/9/1858 Jamberoo aged 4 months

At Hermitage, Jamberoo, Tuesday morning, the 6th April, Mrs William Howard of a daughter. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW: 1856 - 1950) Monday 12 April 1858 p 3

At the Hermitage, Jamberoo, on 2nd instant, Mary Sarah Jane, infant daughter of Mr Wm Howard, aged four months. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Monday 6 September 1858 p 3


The action between W. Vance and St. Clarence Howard, which had been postponed on Wednesday, was brought on the following day. The defence set up was that the signatures of Robert Howard and St. Clarence Howard were not genuine.

Mr. Salomons appeared of the plaintiff and called William Irving who had been agent for plaintiff in his absence, and had handed the bill to him with other assets. He stated that he had know Mrs. Robert Howard sign her husband's name for him when he was ill or otherwise incapacitated from acting for himself. He recognized the bill before the court. Had never heard of any objection being made to it. R. Howard had formerly a good many bills knocking about–some of them quarl ones. R Howard and his wife used to write a good deal alike. Howard had never objected to his wife's signature.

Catherine Howard: Was the widow of the late Robert Howard. Her husband had at various times made a good many bills and promissory notes. Witness never signed for him.

Witness was here requested to write her husband's name, which she accordingly did. Mr. Salomons could not believe that it was not identical with that on the bill.

Witness maintained that she had not written the letter. Shoe had never been asked for payment of the bill, and had never seen it before.

St. Clarence Howard Was the widow of the late William Howard. She denied that she ever went with Mr. William Irving to the Commercial Bank for the purpose of getting this bill discounted, or for any other purpose. She had been the Bank, but not with Mr. Irving., Witness does not write, but never got anybody to sign a promissory note for her. She had sometimes got letters written for her to Sydney and elsewhere. Had formerly held the contract for horsing the mail, but had never been short of money for that purpose, and had not got the note discounted at the Bank to obtain the necessary funds.

W. Irving, recalled state that St. Clarence Howard had promised to pay the note out of the money she was to receive on account of the mail contract. She had been with him to the bank to discount the note.

Roger Murphy, who had just entered the Court, was to his astonishment and dismay, pounced upon at the instigation of the witness W. Irving, and placed in the box; but could give no evidence any value.

The Court ruled that the plaintill had failed to prove his case, and a non-suit was recorded.The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser (NSW: 1863 - 1947) Tuesday 23 February 1864 p 2

Howarth Alice (Whittaker)

m. Robert Howarth (abt 1801 Bury Lancashire- 21/12/1875 Wollongong Richard Haworth & Lizzie Birch) abt 1822?

  1. Elizabeth Howarth * b. b. abt 1816 d. 1898 Wollongong (Jonathan Howarth 1859, Thomas Collins 1878)
  2. 3 daughters and 4 sons

Howarth Eliza Jane (Goodfellow)

b. 1874 Berrima d. 8/8/1934 Wollongong br Wollongong General

m. William Louis Howarth (1864 Campbelltown - 5/10/1940 Wollongong Son of James Howarth & Martha Stevens) 1894 Sydney

f. James T Goodfellow m. Eliza Jane Bunter

  1. (f) Edith Howarth b. d. 1976
  2. (f) Myee G I E Howarth b. 1896 Redfern
  3. (f) Olga D G P Howarth b. 1899 Camden
  4. (f) Ruby E I A Howarth b. 1902 Wollongong 27979/1902

Living Keira St Wollongong in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties. Husband an auctioner.

Her husband was active in public life and was mayor of Kalgoorlie at one time. Her husband plead guilty to abducting her in 1895 with the object of marrying her against her parent’s wishes. Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer (NSW: 1884 - 1901) Saturday 26 January 1895

Husband’s travels are noted in. He was previously married to Sarah Agnes Feely who he divorced after she ran away to Noumea with Gilberto Parrvicino.The Farmer and Settler (NSW: 1906 - 1957) Friday 16 May 1947 p 2 Article


The death occurred at Wollongong recently of Mrs. Eliza Jane Howarth, aged 60, wife of Mr. William Howarth of Wollongong.

She was a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. James Goodfellow, of Wanganderry, and resided there during the early part of her life. Following her marriage to Mr. Howarth she went to Coolgardie, afterwards taking up residence at Wollongong.

She was a well known figure at shows on the South Coast and Table- lands, wheres she carried out the work of caterer. She was Mayoress Wollongong during her husband's several terms of office.

Besides a widower, she is survived by two daughters, Mrs. W. Roberts, and Mrs. Bond. There are four brothers, Messrs. James (Bowral), Frederick (Wanganderry), Richard (Mittagong), and John Goodfellow (Sydney) and two sisters, Mrs. Patrick Cosgrove (Porter's Retreat), and Mrs. J. Handley (Mittagong). Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW: 1881 - 1940) Wednesday 22 August 1934 p 2

Howarth Elizabeth see Collins

Howarth Mary Alice

b. abt 1858 d. 18/1/1938 Woonona br. Bulli

m. Charles Howarth (abt 1855-1922 Bellambi Son of Benjamin Howarth & Sarah Bellamy?)

f. James m. Mary

  1. Benjamin Howarth d. 1962 Hurstville
  2. May Howarth b. 1887 St Peters (Herbert J Lewis 1910)
  3. Mary E Howarth b. 1889 Hurstville (John Salisbury 1911)
  4. Emma Howarth b. 1892 Kogarah (George Jenkins 1911)
  5. Alice G Howarth b. 1894 Kogarah
  6. Charles S Howarth b. 1899 Kogarah


The death occurred on Tuesday of Mrs. Mary Alice Howarth, relict of the late Charles Howarth, aged 80 years. With her husband, the late Mrs. Howarth had resided in the Bellambi district for many years and on the death of Mr. Howarth, came to reside at Woonona with her daughter, Mrs. Salisbury, On the latter' s death she resided with the grandson, Mr. Herbert Salisbury, in Forest-st. and it was here that her death took place. Surviving; members of the family are Messrs Ben and Charlie, of Bulli; Emma (Mrs. Jenkins) and May (Mrs. Jack Lewis, Alfred st.)

The remains were, interred in Bulli General cemetery yesterday afternoon. South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus (NSW : 1900 - 1954) Friday 21 January 1938 p 15

Howarth Thirza Tapp (Webber)

m. Robert Howarth (abt 1801 Bury Lancashire- 21/12/1875 Wollongong Son of Richard Haworth & Lizzie Birch) 7/10/1854

  1. 2 daughters and 2 sons ?

Howe Elizabeth Charlotte (Porter)

b. abt 1826 d. 22/3/1860 Liverpool

m. Ephraim Howe (abt 1809 – 24/11/1876 Corowa Son of William Howe & Mary Twentyman *) 30/4/1844 St James Melbourne

f. George Porter m. Esther

  1. (m) Ephraim Howe b. 1845 d. 1916 Granville
  2. (f) Elizabeth Charlotte Howe b. 1852 Toorak Melbourne (James Ogilvy 1874)
  3. (f) Flora E Howe b. 1854 bp. CofE Dapto: Wollongong

Husband was appointed a magistrate in 1858 and was living at Dapto, he was also a land owner at Campbelltown.

Howe Elizabeth (Larkin/Lakin then Stanbridge)

b.8/3/1829 Horsmonden Kent Eng Bap. 1829 d. 18/8/1896 Narellan br. Narellan

m. Joseph Stanbridge (28/2/1836 Goudhurst Kent -6/12/1877 Wollongong Son of Thomas Stanbridge & Susan) 1855 Staplehurst Kent

m. Charles A J Howe (abt 1832 - 1883 Wollongong) 1879 Wollongong 5241/1879

f.William Larkin m. Susannah ?Crittle

Ship: Mary Pleasants 1858

  1. (m) George Larkin later Stanbridge b. abt 1854 Goudhurst Kent d. 23/4/1929 RPA Hospital (Mary Elizabeth Carpenter 1876)
  2. (f) Elizabeth Ann Stanbridge * b. 6/4/1857 Goudhurst Kent d. 11/8/1942 Bulli (Walter Edward Larkin 1879)
  3. (m) Joseph Thomas Stanbridge b. 3/11/1859 Tambaroora d. 1931 Granville
  4. (f) Susan Jane Stanbridge b. 10/3/1862 Tambaroora d. Lismore (Thomas Cromack 1881)
  5. (f) Dorothy Stanbridge b. 24/6/ 1864 Wollongong 16520/1864 d. 11/8/1950 Coffs Harbour
  6. (m) Stephen James Stanbridge b. 21/8/1866 Wollongong (Sarah Ellen Watson * 1888)
  7. (m) Charles Edward Stanbridge b. 19/5/1869 Wollongong d. 1901 Lismore (typhoid) (Sarah Ann Gavin 1892)
  8. (m) Frederick William Stanbridge b. 4/12/1872 Wollongong d. 1872

Howe Felicia (Coulough or Waterworth)

b. 12/7/1849 Fenton Staffordshire d. 15/8/1905 Newington

m. William Howe (5/1/1848 Cotton Staffordshire-1/10/1896 Catherine Hill Bay) 15/11/1869 Fenton Staffordshir

  1. (f) Sarah Howe b. 1/1/1870 Longton Staffordshire d. 8/2/1870 Longton Staffordshire
  2. (f) Elizabeth Howe * b. 20/12/1870 Longton Staffordshire d. 4/9/1944 Singleton (James Edward Hawkins 1894)
  3. (f) Charlotte Howe * b. 6/8/1872 Dodworth Yorkshire d. 5/5/1935 Bulli (John Southall 1894)
  4. (f) Sarah Jane Howe b. 10/3/1875 Dodworth Yorkshire d. 1950 Parramatta (Thomas Bew 1900)
  5. (f) Hannah Harriett Howe b. 17/1/1877 Dodworth Yorkshire d. 3/12/1938 Catherine Hill Bay (Walter Joseph Tobin 1899)
  6. (m) Richard Howe b. 1/5/1879 Mexborough Yorkshire d. 23/3/1948 Belmont (Annie Agnes Tobin 1907)
  7. (f) Anne Howe b. 28/2/1882 Brereton Staffordshire d. 8/9/1930 Newcastle (Leonard Charles Dodds 1905)
  8. (m) Edward Howe b. 6/7/1884 Brerton Staffordshire d. 20/5/1929 Camperdown (Louisa Smith 1907)
  9. (f) Emma Howe b. 5/11/1886 Staffordshire d. 1958 Teralba (Frank Allen Outram 1910)
  10. (m) William John Howe b. 17/4/1890 Woonona d. 28/8/1968 Kurri Kurri (Cecilia M Farrell 1914)
  11. (m) Joseph Howe b. 4/4/1892 Greta d. 26/8/1947 Burwood (Ada Elizabeth Moore 1919)

Sarah Jane Howe, Hannah Harriet Howe, Richard Howe, Anne (Howe) Dodds, Edward Howe, Emma Howe, William John Howe and Joseph Howe

Howe Mary (Twentyman)

b. 1772 Dumfries Scotland d. 28/10/1859 Dapto

m. William Howe ( abt 1776- 1855 Son of William Howe & Marion Telfer)

f. Henry Twentyman m. Ann Dagleish

Ship: Atlas 1816

  1. (m) John Howe b. 1803 Dumfries Scotland d. 1876 Deniliquin (Mary Ray )
  2. (m) Thomas Howe b. 1804 Dumpries Scotland d. 1869 Gundagai (Leah Bayne )
  3. (f) Jean Howe b. 1807 Scotland
  4. (m) Joseph Howe b. 1807 Scotland d. 1822 Liverpool
  5. (f) Jane Howe * b. 1808 Ecclefechan Calvetsholm Dumfries Scotland d. 9/1/1899 Tamworth (David Williamson Irving 1939 )
  6. (m) Ephraim Howe b. 1809 Ruthwell Dumpries d. 1876 Corowa ( Elizabeth Charlotte Porter * 1844)
  7. (f) Mary Howe b. 1816 at sea d. 1822 Upper Minto
  8. (m) William Howe b. 1817 Glenlee Menangle d. 11/4/1858 Campbelltown ( Mary Anne Simpson * 1856)
  9. (m) Edward Howe b. 1821 Glenlee Menangle d. 1855 Campbelltown
  10. (m) Henry Howe b. 1824 Glenlee Menangle d. 1841 Glenlee Menangle

On the 28th ultimo, at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. Irving, in the Illawarra district, Mrs. Howe, relict of the late William Howe, Esq., sen. J.P., of Glenlee, near Campbelltown, in the 79th year of her age, after an illness of about ten weeks. The Sydney Morning Herald 3 November 1859

Howe Mary Anne see Douglas

Howell Annie (Swan)

m. Thomas Howell 1873 Wollongong

Howel/Howell Elizabeth (Prior)

b. 11/1/1823 Airds d. 24/5/1878 Kangaloon br. Kangaloon

m. Dr Mark Driver Howel 1844 (1811-1884) 19/11/1844 Wollongong Presbyterian Wollongong V18444410 74B

f. William Prior m. Hannah Cooke *

  1. (m) William Prior Howell b. 1853 Dapto V18531199 39A/1853 d. 1927
  2. (m) Mark Driver Howell b. 1845 Dapto V18457248 121C/1845 d. 1915 (Isabella Love Patterson * 1870)
  3. (m) Thomas Howell b. 1849 Dapto CofE Dapto: Wollongong V18491254 34A/1849 d. 4/12/1900 Coast Hospital Little Bay
  4. (f) Eliza Howell b. 3/10/1846 Dapto V18467249 121C/1846 d. 3/6/1931 Toowoomba Qld (Ebenezer P Barlow 1889)
  5. (m) William H Howell b. 1853 bp. CofE Dapto: Wollongong
  6. (f) Mary Howell b. 28/1/1855 Dapto bp. CofE Dapto: Wollongong V18551258 42A/1855
  7. (m) John Piggott Howell b. 22/7/1857 Dapto 12263/1857 d. 21/12/1911

Occupations indicate that her husband was reasonably well educated, although, to date, no proof has been found that he was a surgeon.

Howell Frances Jane (Stanley then Roberts)

d. 19/12/1894

m. Thomas Roberts 1849 CofE Dapto; Wollongong

m. Peter Howell 1879 Sydney

  1. (f) Amelia Roberts b. 1850 bp. CofE Dapto; Wollongong V1850984 35/1850
  2. (f) Louisa Roberts b. 1852 bp. CofE Dapto: Wollongong V18521840 38A/1852
  3. (f) Isabella Roberts b. 1857 Wollongong 12361/1857
  4. (m) Charles Roberts b. Howell Frances Jane 13962/1860 (Julia)
  5. (m) John Roberts b. 1862 Wollongong 15070/1862
  6. (m) Thomas Roberts b. 1864 Wollongong 16599/1864
  7. (m) George Roberts b. 1867 Wollongong 17984/1867
  8. (f) Edith Annie Roberts * b. 1869 Wollongong 19928/1869 d. d. 13/1/1930 Balmain (William Henry Presdee 1888)

Howell Isabella Love (Patterson)

b. 18/8/1845 Sophienberg near Liverpool d. 24/8/1933 Wollongong br. Mt Kembla

m. Mark Driver Howell ( 1845 Dapto – abt 1914 Mt Kembla Son of Mark Driver Howell & Elizabeth Prior *) 1/3/1870 Dapto 3725/1870

f. John Patterson m. Margaret * / Isabella Todd

  1. (u)Unnamed Howell b. 1872 Wollongong 19549/1872
  2. (m) Alexander Prior Howell b. 1873 Wollongong 20886/1873 d. 29/12/1947 Port Kembla ( Sarah Jane Williams 1897)
  3. (f) Martha Jane Elizabeth Howell *b. 28/2/1876 Dapto 22499/1876 d. 29/6/1953 Wollongong (Robert John James 1896)
  4. (f) Margaret Todd Howell * b. 23/6/1878 Mt Kembla 24761/1878 d. 5/7/1951 (Ernest Oxley 1909)
  5. (m) John Patterson Howell b. 1881 Mt Kembla 18764/1881 d. 1950s Mt Kembla
  6. (f) Isabel Howell b. 1884 Mt Kembla 22758/1884 d. 16/9/1949 Wollongong (George Coombs 1911)
  7. (f) Sarah Howell b. 1886 Mt Kembla 24270/1886 d. 15/10/1886 Mt Kembla
  8. (m) Mark Hamilton Howell b. 9/10/1887 Mt Kembla 25089/1887 d. 21/8/1951 Mt Kembla

Living at Mount Kembla in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties. Husband a blacksmith.

HOWELL— August 24th, 1933, at the residence of her daughter, Mrs G. Coombes, Woodlawn, Isabella, wife of the late Mark Driver Howell, in her 89th year. South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus (NSW: 1900 - 1954) Friday 1 September 1933 p 10

Howell Margaret Todd see Oxley

Howell Sarah Jane (Williams)

d. 1/1/1956 Woronora Dam

m. Alexander Prior Howel (1873 Wollongong -29/12/1947 Port Kembla Son of Mark Driver Howell & Isabella Patterson * ) 1897 Wollongong 6569/1897

f. David Williams m. Elizabeth

  1. (m) David Alexander J Howell b. 1907 Wollongong 9362/1907 d. 1968 Wollongong
  2. (f) Myfanwy G Howell b. 1898 Wollongong 36080/1898
  3. (f) Dorothy G Howell b. 1900 Wollongong 8876/1900
  4. (m) Mark W A Howell b. 1909 Wollongong 32172/1909

Living at Mount Kembla in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties

Howes Annie see Tofler

Howes/Howse/Howe/House Bridget (Bourke)

d. 1878 Wollongong 10468/1878

m. John Howse (Wisset Suffolk -27/3/1854) 27/9/1836 Dapto V1836310 20/1836

f. Henry Burke m.

  1. (m) Joshua Howse b. 1838 d. 1908 Woonona
  2. (f) Margaret Howse b. 1839 d. before 1843
  3. (f) Martha Elizabeth Howse * b. 1841 d. 1910 (Isaac Edmondson 1871)
  4. (f) Margaret Howse * b. 1843 Tarry’s Meadows d. 5/6/1919 (Conrad Heininger 1864)

On Tuesday September 27, by the Rev. F. Wilkinson, Mr. John Howe of Illawarra, to Miss Bridget Burke. The Sydney Herald 3 October 1836

Howes/Howse/House Caroline (Swan)

b. abt

m. John Howse (Wisset Suffolk -27/3/1854) 1834

Convict Permission to Marry Index 1834 Wollongong

Ship: ? (came free)

Howes Mary Ann M (Sutton)

m. William Howes 1883 Sydney

  1. (f) Alice Manor Howes b. 1884 Kiama 23487/1884 d. 1957 Kurri Kurri (George Patterson 1920)

Howie Lucinda (Brian)

d. 17/2/1921 Hamilton br. Sandgate

m. David Howie (abt 1855 -1929 Hamilton Son of Bryce Howie &) 1887 Wollongong

f. Stuart m. Porter

  1. (m) David W S Howie b. 1889 Wollongong 24315/1889
  2. (m) William P Howie b. 1890 Wollongong 38083/1890
  3. (m) Rev Robert J Howie b. 1892 Wollongong 38850/1892 d. New Zealand?

Husband a miner at Mount Kembla colliery in 1892.

Howie Jane

m. William Howie

  1. (f) Catherine Howie b. 1896 Helensburgh 22101/1896

Howie Jane

b. abt 1854 Lanackshire Scotland d. 1921 Cessnock

m. William Howie ( abt 1851 Kilwinning Aryshire Scotland- 6/7/1928 Cessnock)

f. David m. Sarah R

Ship: Parthia 1886

  1. (f) Elizabeth Howie * b. abt 1871 Ayrshire Scotland d. before 1928 (James Johnston 1889)
  2. (f) Mary Ann Howie * b. abt 1873 Ayrshire Scotland d. 1966 Cessnock (Thomas Cherry 1888)
  3. (m) Richard Stefenson Howie b. abt 1876 Lanackshire Scotland d. 1959 Newcastle
  4. (m) David Howie b. abt 1878 Lanackshire Scotland d. 1961 Cessnock

Jane Howie, charged with making use of insulting language to Maria Burns, pleaded not guilty. Mr. Muir for complainant, and Mr. Russell for defendant. The parties reside at Mount Kembla, and the language complained of was sworn to by complainant, Margaret Allon, and Henry Howard, whilst Margaret Murray, Susan Lynch, and defendant denied the charge. Case dismissed, complainant being ordered to pay £1 in costs. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW: 1856 - 1950) Tuesday 11 October 1887 p 2

Jane Howie, with whom the deceased boarded, testified that he had been employed at the pit since March last; that he was a sober man ; that so far as she knew he had no relations in the district, and that whatever money or effects he had were in the possession of his mate. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW: 1856 - 1950) Saturday 11 June 1887 p 2

Howieson Amy (Mumford)

d. 4/6/1951 Ashfield cr. Rookwood

m. Frederick William Howieson (- 1952 Ashfield Son of Thomas Howieson & ) 1892 Granville

f. Frederick Mumford m. Martha

  1. (f) Amy Mildred Howieson b. 1893 Wollongong 39379/1893
  2. (f) Edna K Howieson b. 1898 Granville
  3. (m) Frederick Harold Clive Howieson b. 1905 Granville d. 1906 Granville
  4. (m) Thomas Frederick Howieson b. 1910 Camperdown d. 1979

Husband a night officer at the Wollongong railway station in 1894. Later a station master.

HOWIESON, Amy.—June 4, 1951, at a private hospital, Ashfield, dearly loved wife of Frederick William, loved mother of Amy Mildred (Mrs. G. Maunder), Edna, Clive (deceased), Tom, and sister of Rose and Kitty. The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW: 1842 - 1954) Tuesday 5 June 1951 p 18

Howitt Catherine (Hewitt)

b. abt 1839 d. 16/3/1891 Sydney

m. James Howett 12/2/184 12/2/1840 Sydney – 6/9/1898 Sydney Son of Adam Howitt & Jane Watson) 1859 Wollongong 3253/1859

f. James Hewitt m. Anne Maloney

  1. (m) James Adam Howitt b. 13/9/1859 Wollongong d. 27/10/1941 Nowra (Harriet Kennedy 1887)
  2. (m) Edward William Howitt b. 27/1/1861 Wollongong 14309/1861 d. 23/7/1933 Croydon ( Emma A Hambleton 1907)
  3. (f) Ann Jane Howitt b. 1862 Balmain d. ( James W Booth 1883)
  4. (m) David Richard Howitt b. 5/5/1865 Sydney d. (Florence L Hambleton 1891)
  5. (f) Harriet Howitt b. 1867 Redfern d.
  6. (f) Isabella Howitt b. 1/3/1869 Redfern d. 11/2/1905 Sydney (Francis A Everson 189
  7. (m) Thomas Howett b. 15/11/1872 Sydney d. 1891
  8. (f) Grace R M Howitt b. 1874 Sydney
  9. (f) Maude M Howitt b. 1876 Sydney

Husband a blacksmith.

Howland Amelia

Living New Dapto Rd Wollongong in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties

Howland Amelia Jane (Crook)

b. 1865 Long Crendon Buckinghamshire d. 7/10/1952 Wollongong

m. Thomas Howland (1855 Thame Buckinghamshire -3/7/1955 Son of William Howland & Elizabeth) 1885 Thame Buckinghamshire

f. Thomas Crook m. Jane

  1. (m) Walter Thomas Howland b. 1887 Thame Buckinghamshire d. 1954 Wollongong
  2. (m) Robert Howland b. 1890 Wollongong 38033/1890 d. 31/101/1976
  3. (m) Sydney W Howland b. 1892 Wollongong 39148/1892
  4. (f) Elizabeth Howland b. 1895 Wollongong 28523/1895
  5. (m) Arthur H Howland b. 1897 Wollongong 27733/1897
  6. (f) May Howland b. 1900 Wollongong 18250/1900
  7. (m) Richard H Howland b. 1902 Wollongong
  8. (f) Edith A Howland b. 1907 Wollongong 19919/1907
  9. (f) Mabel D Howland b. 1910 Wollongong (Bowwater)

Living New Dapto Rd Wollongong in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties

Husband a bricklayer.

Howland Annie Edden (Orpen)

b. 5/9/1856 Thame Oxfordshire

m. William Watts Howland (1857 Thame Oxfordshire -18/12/1943 Thame Oxfordshire) 1879 Hackney

f. Daniel Orpen m. Caroline Edden

  1. (m) Henry Howland b. 1880 Thame Oxfordshire d. 1962
  2. (m) William Walter Howland b. 1884 Thame Oxfordshire d. 1966
  3. (m) Frederick Howland b. 1886 Wollongong 24454/1886
  4. (f) Lizzie Louisa Howland b. 1889 Wollongong 24469/1889 d. 1891 Garden Hill
  5. (m) Leslie H Howland b. 1891 Wollongong 38450/1891
  6. (m) Arthur Robert Howland b. 1897 Thame Oxfordshire d. 20/9/1917 Belgium

Husband a builder and contractor.

Howlett Catherine

m. William Howlett

  1. (f) Lily Matilda Howlett b. 1860 bp. CofE Dapto: Wollongong
  2. All the other children were registered in the Tamworth/ New England area.

Howlison Louisa see Provest

Howson Ellen (Wynn then Osborne)

b. abt 1848 d. 7/10/1932 Woonona br. Woonona

m. Richard Sowden Osborne (abt 1845 -5/2/1908 Son of John N Osborne & Sarah * ) 24/6/1876 Wollongong 4579/1876

m. Richard Howson (14/8/1847 Bell’s Hill Scotland-21/8/1927 Bulli Son of Richard Howson) 1924 Rockdale

f. Edward Wynn m. Mary Croft *

Ship: Earl Dalhousie 1876

  1. (f) Sarah J Osborne b. 1877 Wollongong 23058/1877
  2. (m) Edward J Osborne b. 1879 Wollongong 26138/1879
  3. (m) Ernest Alfred Osborne b. 1881 Wollongong 18763/1881
  4. (m) Arthur Henry Osborne b. 6/2/1883 Woonona 21163/1883
  5. (f) Ada Lillian Osborne b. 1884 Woonona 23027/1884
  6. (m) Albert V Osborne b. 1885 Woonona 23795/1885
  7. (f) Millicent C Osborne b. 1887 Woonona 25162/1887
  8. (m) Harold Osborne b. 1890 Woonona 38475/1890

1903 Electoral roll –living at Bellambi Domestic Duties

Husband a train driver for the mines; he died after a rail accident when he suffered ‘shock’ after an incident.

OSBORNE—WYNN.—At Wollongong, June 24, 1876, by Rev. Walkden Brown, Mr. Richard Sowden Osborne, to Miss Ellen Wynn. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Friday 30 June 1876 p 2

HOWSON.-October 7. 1932. at her daughter's (Mrs. Thomas) residence. Park-road. Woonona. Ellen Howson, aged 84 years. The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Saturday 8 October 1932 p 12

..will offer for sale at their rooms, Wollongong- to-morrow, at noon, four weatherboard cottages at Bellambi the estates of Richard S. Osborne and Ellen Howson. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Friday 22 June 1934 p 11

Howson Rachel Rankin ()

b. abt 1847 d. 9/7/1916 Thirroul 12059/1916 br Bulli General

m. Richard Howson (14/8/1847 Bellshill Scotland-21/8/1927 Bulli Son of Richard Howson)

f. Alexander m. Rachel R

Ship: Maulsden 1883 into Qld

  1. (m) Thomas Howson b. abt 1873 Scotland d. 1938 Bulli ( Rebecca Hilton * 1897)
  2. (f) Rachel Howson b. abt 1878 Scotland
  3. (f) Margaret Howson b. abt 1880 Scotland d. 1938 Bulli (George W R Falk 1908)
  4. (f) Grace Howson b. abt 1882 Scotland
  5. (f) Ann Howson * b. abt 1883 d. 1935 Sydney (Walter B West 1903)
  6. (m) Alexander Rankin Howson b. abt 1884 Qld d. 1925 Bulli
  7. (m) Richard Howson b. 1886 Woonona 24591/1886 d. 2/5/1952 Woonona (Ruby Christina Haberley 1911)
  8. (m) Robert Howson b. 1888 Woonona 25883/1888 d. 1947 Campbelltown (Frances L Campbell 1915)
  9. (m) William Howson b. 1891 Woonona 38985/1891 d. 4/6/1951 Bulli (Eileen M Campbell 1926)

HOWSON. -July 9, at her residence, Thirroul, Rachel Howson, dearly beloved wife of Richard Howson, aged 69 years The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Monday 10 July 1916

Howson Rebecca (Hilton)

b. 1878 Hartley 14254/1878 d. 2/6/1956 Bulli  

m. Thomas Howson (abt 1873 Scotland – 10/11/1938 Bulli Pass Son of Richard Howson & Rachel *) 1897 Redfern

f. Joseph Hilton m. Christiana Gibson *

  1. (f) Christina Howson b. 1897 Woonona
  2. (f) Rachel Howson b. 1899 Woonona
  3. (m) Richard Hector Howson b. 1901 Woonona d. 1972 Bulli
  4. (m) Joseph E Howson b. 1904 Woonona d. 1932 Bulli
  5. (f) Rebecca A Howson b. 1906 Woonona
  6. (m) Thomas Hilton Howson b. 1909 Woonona d. 1994 Thirroul
  7. (m) John H Howson b. 1911 Woonona d. 1984
  8. (m) Robert T Howson b. 1914 Bulli 4824/1914 
  9. (f) Margaret Grace Howson b. 1916 Bulli 43750/1916 d.

Living Thirroul in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties. Husband a miner.

Hoy Margaret ()

m. Edward Hoy

  1. (m) David Hoy b. 6/3/1839 Wollongong

Hoy Mary Anne (Grantham or Paterson then Eggleston)

d. 19/10/1917 Shellharbour

m. Stephen Eggelston (1813- before 1867) 1851 Kiama V1851320 80/1851

m. John Dalgetta Hoy (abt 1834 - 25/3/1914) 1868 Kiama 2429/1868

f. John m. Margaret

  1. (f) Sarah Egglestone * b. 1856 Shellharbour d. 1936 Albion Park (John Green 1883)
  2. (m) William Eggleston * b. 1858 Shellharbour 8001/1858 d. 1930 Rookwood Asylum
  3. (f) Eliza Egglestone * b. 1860 Kiama 7715/1860 d. 1922 Kiama (Melven Oliver 1901)
  4. (f) Mary A Egglestone b 1861 Kiama 8323/1861
  5. (f) Jane Patton Hoy * b. 1869 Kiama 12143/1869 (William Lewis 1893)
  6. (m) John D Hoy b. 1871 Kiama 11736/1871 d. 1894 Wollongong 14807/1894

Dressmaker Shellharbour Bailliere’s Post Office Directory 1867

Living Shellharbour in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties.

John Hoy was the harbour master at Kiama for 25 Years and a clerk for the Municipal Council for 12.

Hoyland Elizabeth (Simpson)

d. 1954 West Wallsend

m. Denis Hoyland (-1944 West Wallsend Son of Dennis Hoyland & Anne) 1890 Wollongong

f. James Simpson m. Elizabeth Davidson *

  1. (f) Lilian J Hoyland b. 1891 Lithgow (Thomas Campbell 1913)
  2. (m) William James Hoyland b. 1892 Lithgow d. 1965 Wallsend
  3. (m) Roy Henry Hoyland b. abt 1895 Clifton d. 1965 Sydney
  4. (m) Denis Hoyland b. 1897 Lithgow d. 31/7/1944 Mayfield
  5. (f) Mary E Hoyland b. 1901 Helensburgh 39101/1910
  6. (m) James Preston Hoyland b. 1909 West Wallsend d. 1966 Bulli

She was the executor of her step mother Mary Jane Simpson * (Masey) will.

Hubbard Elizabeth Laskie (Brown)

b. 1869 Kiama d. 10/4/1952 Ashfield br. Northern Suburbs

m. John Henry Hubbard (abt 1856 – 28/10/1933 North Strathfield Son of John H Hubbard & ? )1892 Sydney 376/1892

f. George Brown m. Elizabeth Sutherland *

  1. (f) Elizabeth Mary Hubbard b. 1894 Wollongong 37805/1894 d. 3/2/1895 Flinders St Wollongong
  2. (m) Harold J Hubbard b. 1897 Balmain North
  3. (f) Lilian M Hubbard b. 1898 Balmain North
  4. (f) Hyacinth F Hubbard b. 1900 Tumut
  5. (f) Jessaminer R Hubbard b. 1902 Tumut
  6. (m) Wilfred James Hubbard b. 1905 Gundagai d. 1981 NSW
  7. (m) Thomas L Hubbard b. 1915 Tumut 5406/1915 

Husband was the manager of the Aboriginal Station at Brungle.

Hubbard Janet Mary (Brown)

b. abt 1866 d. 20/4/1891 Kiama

m. John Henry Hubbard (abt 1856 - 28/10/1933 North Strathfield John H Hubbard & ? ) 1888 Wollongong 5544/1888

f. George Brown m. Elizabeth Sutherland *

  1. (f) Daisy Violet Hubbard b. 1889 Wollongong 24403/1889 d. 1977 NSW
  2. (m) John Henry George Hubbard b. 1890 Wollongong 38068/1890 d. 1945 Ashfield

Father of Illawarra Hotel

Hubbard Sarah Matilda (Grant)

b. abt 1859 d. 10/11/1945 Woonona br. Bulli General

m. Thomas George Hubbard (abt 1852 -12/6/1925 Woonona Son of William Hubbard & ?) 1880 Waterloo

f. John Grant m. Matilda

  1. (m) Frank George Hubbard b. 1881 Balmain d. 1957 Bulli
  2. (m) Thomas James Hubbard b. 1883 Balmain d. 21/5/1946 Bulli
  3. (f) Matilda R Hubbard b. 1885 Paddington (Edgar Clegg 1907)
  4. (f) Louisa A Hubbard b. 1887 Balmain (John Johnson 1910)
  5. (f) Ethel M Hubbard b. 1887 Balmain d. 1887 Balmain
  6. (f) Ivy I Hubbard b. 1889 Balmain (Joseph Craig 1916)
  7. (m) Arthur H Hubbard b. d. 1892 Balmain
  8. (f) Edith Ellen Hubbard b. 1893 Balmain d. 1973 Wollongong
  9. (m) James Alfred Hubbard b. 1896 Balmain North d. 1968 Port Maquarie
  10. (f) Violet E Hubbard b. 1900 Woonona 18413/1900 (William Burrows 1928)

Living Bulli in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties. Husband a baker.


Mrs Sarah Matilda Hubbard, who died at her home 121 Main Road Woonona last Saturday, was 86 years of age and had been resident in the town for many years, where her husband, the late Mr Thomas George Hubbard, opened up the bakery business now being conducted by the eldest son Frank.

Mrs Hubbard was widely known and is survived by a family of eight Frank, Thomas, Millie (Mrs. Clegg) Louisa (Mrs Johnson), Ivy (Mrs. Craig) Edith, James and Violet (Mrs Burrows). The remains were interred in Bulli Methodist Cemetery on Monday. South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus (NSW: 1900 - 1954) Friday 16 November 1945 p 7

Hubbuck Mary (Gray)

b. abt 1840 Co Durham d. 1890 Lambton

m. John Hubbuck 1861 Maitland

f. Abraham Grey m. Mary

Ship Palmyra 1859

See her sister Ann Hutchinson *

Hubner Daisy Alexanderia (Wain)

b. 1873 Richmond d. 2/3/1951 Wollongong

m. Robert Emil S Henrick Hubner (abt 1850-28/10/1936 Wollongong) 1898 Mosman

f. Charles Wain m. Mary Ann Prime

  1. (m) Albert Hubner
  2. (m) Arthur A Hubner b. 1905 Wollongong
  3. (f) Nellie Hubner b. 1905 Wollongong

Living Church St Wollongong in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties

Husband a watch repairer


m. J Huckson Jnr

  1. (u) Child Huckson d. 15/4/1870 Jamberoo

Huckstepp Mary (Roberts)

m. Richard Huckstepp (abt 1846 -17/1/1895 Liverpool) 1867 Liverpool

  1. (m) Charles W Huckstepp b. 1867 Campbelltown
  2. (m) Richard E Huckstepp b. 1869 Campbelltown
  3. (f) Clara A H Huckstepp b. 1871 Campbelltown
  4. (m) George Henry Huckstepp b. 1873 Kiama 12351/1873
  5. (f) Caroline Emily Huckstepp b. 1875 Campbelltown
  6. (m) Henry Joseph Huckstepp b. 1877 Campbelltown
  7. (m) William H R Huckstepp b. 1879 Campbelltown
  8. (f) Mary L Huckstepp b. 1882 Waterloo
  9. (f) Emily R Huckstepp b. 1886 Waterloo
  10. (m) Thomas R Huckstepp b. 1889 Liverpool

Husband a tanner.

Huckstep Sarah see Cambourne

Hudson Elizabeth

m. Robert Hudson

  1. (f) Edith Hudson * b. 24/11/1834 Dapto d. 12/10/1885 Oak Flats (James Swan 1849)

Hudson Elizabeth

m. Richard Hudson

  1. (m) Richard Hudson b. 1888 Wollongong 25602/1888
  2. (m) Ernest Hudson b. 1890 Wollongong 38008/1890

Hudson Isabella

Unmarried / no father listed

  1. (m) William Hudson b. 1854 bp. CofE Dapto: Wollongong

Hudson Mary

m. James Hudson

  1. (m) Francis Hudson b. 1857 bp. CofE Jamberoo; Kiama ; Shoalhaven
  2. (m) William Hudson b. 1864 bp. CofE Jamberoo; Kiama ; Shoalhaven
  3. (m) Alfred Hudson b. 1866 bp. CofE Jamberoo; Kiama ; Shoalhaven

Hudson Mary (Thompson)

m. Seaborn Westman Hudson 21/5/1896 Paddington

f. Samuel Thompson m.

  1. (f) Millicent Clare Hudson b. 22/11/1898 Crown St Wollongong 8466/1899 d. 1973 Sydney (Eric Stephan 1920)

Husband was a dentist who became bankrupt in 1897 whilst living at Dubbo.

Hudson— Thompson

St. John's Presbyterian Church, Paddington, was on Thursday, the 21st May, the scene of a pretty wedding, Miss Mary Thompson, daughter' of the late Mr. S. Thompson, being united to Mr. Seaborne W. Hudson, of Dubbo. The bride, who was given away by her brother, Mr. W. Thompson, was attired in a white-striped crepan costume with chiffon trimmings, wreath, veil en suite, and wore a handsome gold bracelet, the gift of the bridegroom. The bridesmaids were Miss Thompson (sister of the bride) and Miss Nelly Cheny (her niece). The former wore a cream crepe costume with eau-de-Nil ribbon garniture; the latter, whose age is 4 years, a buttercup silk frock with white lace collar. Both wore gold brooches, the gifts of the bridegroom, and all carried handsome shower bouquets, also the bridegroom's gifts. At the cIose of the ceremony, which was performed by the Rev. J. Fulton, the party adjourned to the residence of the bride's mother and sat down to a sumptuous breakfast. The toast of the happy couple was proposed by Dr. Ellis, and replied to. At 8 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Hudson proceeded by train to Katoomba, where the honeymoon was to be spent. The travelling dress was a corded fawn, trimmed with electric blue, and was greatly admired. The Sydney Mail and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW: 1871 - 1912) Saturday 6 June 1896 p 1166

HUDSON. — November 22nd, Crown-street, Wollongong, the wife of S. VV. Hudson, of a daughter. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Saturday 3 December 1898 p 2

Huggart Dorothea Maria Henrietta (Hagen)

b. Schleswig Holstein Germany d. 1893 Hurstville 7342/1893 br. 28/12/1893 Rookwood

m. William John Huggart (abt 1840 County Monaghan Ireland-24/2/ 1912 Sorento ) 25/4/1863 Scots Church Sydney 315/1863

f. John Hagen m. Sophia

  1. (m) Alfred T Huggart b. 1864 Camden 7203/1864 (Sara J Brown 1909)
  2. (f) Amanda T Huggart b. 1/5/1865 National School Marshall Mount 16921/1865 (Arthur M Barton 1889)
  3. (f) Annie Louise Huggart b. 1866 Wollongong 16614/1866 d. 11/12/1942 Beecroft (Frederick Dixon 1890)
  4. (f) Bertha Florence Huggart b. 1867 Wollongong 18099/1867 d. 1943 Chatswood
  5. (f) Clara Agnes Huggart b. 1869 Wollongong 19867/1869 d. 15/8/1948 Dundas
  6. (f) Helena Emily Huggart b. 1871 Wollongong 19452/1871 d. 1940 Newtown
  7. (m) Dr William Charles Huggart b. 1872 Wollongong 19622/1872 d. 1955 Dundas
  8. (m) George Edgar Huggart b. abt April 1874 Wollongong 21481/1874 d. 13/9/1874 Marshall Mount Public School 8491/1874

HUGGART-HAGEN-At the Scots Church, by special liscense, on Saturday, the 25 April, by the Rev. Dr. Lang, M.P. Mr. Willam John Huggart, teacher of the National school, Camden, a native of the County Monaghan, Ireland, to Miss Dorothea Maria Henrietta Hagen, a native of Schleswig Holstein, Germany. The marriage was solemnized partly in English and partly in German. Empire (Sydney, NSW : 1850 - 1875) Monday 27 April 1863

HUGGART — At the National School, Marshall Mount, on the 1st of May, the wife of W. J Huggart, of a daughter. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Friday 5 May 1865 p 2

Husband a teacher

Hughes Adelaide (Butler)

b. abt 1878 d. 29/9/1951 Corrimal 32212/1951 cr. Woronora

m. Ernest Milton Hughes (-1957 Wollongong) 1897 Sydney 313/1897

f. Thomas Butler m. Isabella

  1. (m) George Ernest Hughes b. 1897 Camden 11179/1897 d. 22/11/1903 Katoomba br. Bulli Anglican
  2. (m) Arthur Percival Hughes b. 1898 Camden 29534/1898 d. 1972 Campbelltown
  3. (f) Amelia I Hughes b. 1901 Helensburgh 13261/1901 (Kilpatrick)
  4. (f) Gladys M Hughes b. 1904 Woonona 38703/1904 (Burt)
  5. (f) Dulcie B Hughes b. 1906 Wollongong 40930/1906 (Saunders)
  6. (m) Jack Hughes b. 1909 Wollongong 10268/1909 d. 1969 Bulli
  7. (m) Ernest Roy Hughes b. 1911 Wollongong 11396/1911
  8. (f) Ella J Hughes b. 1916 Wollongong 7226/1916 (Cable)

Living Helensburgh in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties.Husband a billiard marker.


A resident of Corrimal. Mrs. Adelaide Hughes, died at her residence, Main Road, Corrimal on Saturday. She was 73.

She was the wife of Mr. Ernest Hughes and mother of Arthur, Millie (Mrs. Kilpatrick), Gladys (Mrs. Burt), Dulcie (Mrs. Saunders), John, Roy and Ella (Mrs. Cable).

The funeral will take place today following a service at Cole's Chapel, Bulli, at Woronora crematorium. Illawarra Daily Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1950 - 1954) Monday 1 October 1951 p 6

Hughes Anne (Clarke)

m. Edward Hughes 1862 Woollongong 3280/1862

Hughes Annie (?Doyle)

b. King’s Co Ireland d. after 1931

m. James Samuel Hughes (- 5/5/1910 Burwood Son of William D Hughes & Eliza) 1875 Sydney

f. Patrick Doyle m. Margaret

  1. (f) Louisa Hughes b. 1877 Concord d. 1932 Petersham ( Alfred W Robinson 1907)
  2. (m) Alfred Hughes b. 1876 Concord
  3. (f) Ada Edith Hughes b. 1880 Concord (James E Baker 1906)
  4. (m) William Hughes b. 1883 Canterbury
  5. (f) Letita Hughes b. 1885 Wollongong 23628/1885 
  6. (f) Margaret E Hughes b. 1888 Wollongong 25657/1888

HUGHES-DOYLE.-April 17, by special license, at St. Mary's Cathedral,Sydney, by the Rev. Father Collins, Mr. James S. Hughes, of Enfield, to Annie, third daughter of Mr. Patrick Doyle, of King's county, Ireland. The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW: 1842 - 1954) Friday 23 April 1875 p 1

Hughes Ann (Pullen then Dunn)

b. 29/8/ 1797 Paterson d. 21/6/ 1875 Maitland

m. Richard Dunn ( abt 1772- ) 1813 CofE Sydney St Phillips

m. Phelim Hughes (1793 Cootehill Cavan Ireland- 1868 West Maitland) 27/7/1839 West Maitland

f. Samuel Pullen m. Margaret Watson

  1. (m) John Dunn b. 1823 CofE St Phillips Sydney
  2. (m) Robert Dunn b. 1826 CofE Campbelltown 455/1826 V1826455 11

In 1828 Census as tenant in Illawarra

Hughes Barbara Ellen (Jones then Crago)

b. abt 1868 d. 31/10/1946 Leichhardt

m. William Crago (abt 1860-1905 Woonona Son of Thomas Crago & Eliza J) 1887 Sydney

f, Jones m. Elizabeth

  1. (m) Francis Crago b. 1888 Maryborough Vic d. 1930 Newtown
  2. (m) William Albert Crago b. 1890 Maryborough Vic d. 1956 Marrickville
  3. (f) Ruby Crago d. 1961 Newtown
  4. (f) Ivy Gladys Crago b. 1894 Maryborough Vic d. 1933 (James Hanley 1915)
  5. (m) Arthur Edward Crago b. 1896 Maryborough Vic d. 1950 Burwood
  6. (m) Joseph George Crago b. 1898 Balmain

Living at Bellambi in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties

Mr. .William Crago, a resident of Bellambi for about four years, died rather suddenly on Tuesday night from a lung complaint. Deceased was about 45 years of age, and had been ailing for some time, and leaves a wife and six children. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Friday 21 July 1905 p 6

HUGHS - CRAGO. -July 3rd, 1907, Sydney, Arthur Hughs, youngest son of the late James Hughs, to Barbara Crago. Clarence and Richmond Examiner (Grafton, NSW : 1889 - 1915) Saturday 27 July 1907 p 1

HUGHES.-October 31, 1946. at her residence. 72 Albert Street. Leichhardt. Barbara Helen Hughes (nee Crago), beloved mother of William, Ruby, Arthur, and Norman, and grandmother of Mavis (Mrs., Clayton) and Norman Hanley, Rita. Marie, and Arthur Crago, Brion Hughes, Vera (Mrs. Thompson). Evie (Mrs. Procy), and Barbara, aged 78 years. At rest. The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Saturday 2 November 1946 p 32

Hughes Elizabeth

Living at Mt Keira in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties

Hughes Elizabeth

m. William Hughes

  1. (m) John T Hughes b. 1886 Wollongong 24339/1886 
  2. (m) William J Hughes b. 1888 Wollongong 25541/1888 
  3. (f) Lucy E Hughes b. 1890 Wollongong 37847/1890 

Hughes Elizabeth (Battir/Baxter)

m. James H Hughes 1867 Kiama/Manning River 2232/1867

This marriage occurred in Manning River and there is no reason to believe this couple were ever resident in the Illawarra.

Hughes Hannah Anna (Ansel/Ancel)

b. abt 1841 Windsor d. 1898 11734/1898

m. Rowland Hughes (1818 Anglesey Wales-1898) April 1863 Wollongong 3174/1863

f. George Ansel m. Hannah Walker?

  1. (m) William George Hughes b. 1860 Wollongong 14042/1860
  2. (m) Henry Hughes b. Feb 1863
  3. (f) Anna Jane Hughes b, 1864 Wollongong 16585/1864
  4. (f) Elizabeth C Hughes b. 1866 Windsor 16331/1866
  5. (f) Margaret Ellen Hughes b. 1869 Windsor 19488/1869
  6. (m) Frederick Charles Hughes b. 1872 Newcastle 14818/1872
  7. (f) Catherine Hughes b. 1875 Wallsend 16753/1875
  8. (m) John Hughes b. 1877 Wallsend 17698/1877
  9. (f) Georgeina Hughes 1879
  10. (f) Henrietta Hughes b. 1879
  11. (m) Amos R Hughes b. 1883 Dubbo 12765/1883
  12. (m) Ernest Edwin Hughes b. 1885 Wellington 33716/1885
  13. (f) Eva Elvira Hughes b. 1886 Wallsend 31476/1886

Hughes Isabella Bella (Watson)

m. Richard William Hughes (-) 1883 Sydney

  1. (m) Peter Hughes b. 1884 Redfern
  2. (f) Mabel Hughes b. 1885 Redfern
  3. (f) Ethel Hughes b. 1886 Waterloo
  4. (f) Violet Hughes b. 1888 Newtown
  5. (m) Richard William Hughes b. 1890 Wollongong 38066/1890 d. 1971 Newtown
  6. (m) Percival Hughes b. 1892 Redfern
  7. (m) Ebenezer J Hughes b. 1894 Newtown
  8. (m) Victor Hughes b. 1897 Newtown
  9. (m) Cecil Hughes b. 1899 Newtown d. 1973 Newtown

Hughes Jane (Magany/ McGeary/McGarry)

b. 1834 Glencavel Armagh Ireland d. 29 /11/ 1911 Unanderra br. West Dapto Catholic Cemetery

m. John Hughes (abt 1833- 14/10/1909 Dapto) 1861 Sydney

f. Anthony Magany m. Anne

  1. (m) David John Hughes b. 1862 Windsor d. 8/8/1934 Unanderra
  2. (f) Annie Hughes
  3. (m) Francis Robert Hughes b. 1866 Eden d. 11/6/1948 Unanderra
  4. (f) Alice Hughes * 1868 Richmond River d. 8/4/1946 Dapto (George Waples )
  5. (f) Celia Elizabeth Hughes b. 18/10/1872 Wollongong 19706/187 (Arthur Brown)
  6. (f) Sarah Anne Hughes * b. abt 1876 d. 11/4/1950

The death occurred on Tuedsay evening last, of an old resident of the district in the person of Mrs. Hughes, relict of the late Mr. John Hughes, of Unanderra. The late Mrs. Hughes, who was highly esteemed and noted for her kindly disposition, had been in failing health for the last two or three years, during which time she received the careful attention of the members of her family; she was also attended by Rev. Father Power, who administered the last rites of the Church. The late Mrs. Hughes' husband pre-deceased her about two years ago. A grown-up family of two sons and three daughters are left to mourn their loss. The funeral took place on Thurdsay afternoon, the interment being in the Roman Catholic cemetery at West Dapto. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Tuesday 5 December 1911 p

Hughes Margaret

Living at Helensburgh in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties

Hughes Margaret

d. 1901 Mt Keira br. Wollongong

m. David Hughes

f. Richard m. Jane

THE friends of Mr. David Hughes are kindly invited to attend the funeral of his late dearly beloved Wife, to move from his residence, Mt. Keira, TO-MORROW (Sun day) at 2 o'clock, for the Wesleyan cemetery, Wollongong. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Saturday 31 August 1901 p 2

Hughes Margaret (Stewart)

b. 14/7/1858 Stoney Creek Jamberoo 8088/1858 d. 15/11/1905 Shellharbour

m. William David Hughes 1884

f. William Stewart m. Catherine Wright *

Hughes Margaret (Williams?)

m. John Hughes 1859 Parramatta ?

  1. (f) Margaret Hughes b. 1860 Kiama 7798/1860
  2. (f) Ellen Hughes b. 1861 Kiama 8256/1861
  3. (m) John Hughes b. 1863 Kiama 8491/1863
  4. (m) Hugh J Hughes b. 1864 Kiama 9467/1864 d. 1867 Sydney

Hughes Marion

Living at Helensburgh in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties

Hughes Martha

m. Robert Hughes

  1. (f) Margaret Hughes b. 1837 CofE St James’ Sydney
  2. (m) Joseph Hughes b. 1840 CofE Dapto/Wollongong
  3. (f) Margaret Hughes b. 1842 CofE St Lawrence’s Sydney
  4. (m) John Hughes b. 1845 CofE St Lawrence’s Sydney
  5. (f) Elizabeth Hughes b. 1848 CofE Ashfield; Balmain; Burwood: Concord
  6. (f) Mary Hughes b. 1851 CofE Canberra; Lake George

Hughes Mary

Living Kembla Heights in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties

Hughes Mary Ann (Barton)

b. 14/2/1815 or abt 1811 Birmingham d. 24/10/1895 Opawa Christchurch New Zealand br. Linwood Cemetery New Zealand

m. Thomas Jackson Hughes (15/3/1810 Manchester —6/3/1865 Robinson’s Bay Akaroa New Zealand) 24/12/ 1835 CofE Dapto: Wollongong

Convict permission to Marry Index 1835 Wollongong

Ship: Roslin Castle 1830

  1. (m) Richard Jackson Hughes b. 1836 CofE Dapto d. 14/7/1922 Christchurch New Zealand
  2. (m) Thomas Jackson Hughes b. 1840 NSW d. 2/4/ 1876 Picton New Zealand
  3. (f) Isabella Jackson Hughes b. 29/4/1842 Petone New Zealand d. 18/1/ 1917 Christchurch New Zealand (Tregear)
  4. (f) Jane Jackson Hughes b. 1845 Hutt Valley New Zealand d. 3/1/1937 Christchurch New Zealand (Ruxton)
  5. (f) Mary Ann Jackson Hughes b. 27/1/1848 Hutt Valley New Zealandd. 1939 Christchurch New Zealand (Armstrong
  6. (m) John Jackson Hughes b. 18/11/1849 Canterbury New Zealand d. 1851 Lyttelton Canterbury New Zealand
  7. (m) George Jackson Hughes b. 27/2/1851 Akaroa New Zealand d. 1882 at sea in the South Pacific

Convict record:

Tried Warwick
Neither read or write
Bracelet Maker and all work
House Breaking
5’ ½” Complexion Ruddy, Hair Brown, Eyes Brown , left little finger was crooked

May have been living around Goulburn before 1840 Photograph and biography.

Hughes Mary (Jones)

m. Thomas Hughes 1892 Wollongong 7810/1892

  1. (f) Sarah A Hughes b. 1892 Wollongong 39068/1892 

Hughes Mary A

m. Samuel Hughes

  1. (m) Enoch A Hughes b. 1882 Wollongong 19771/1882

Hughes Mary A (Shepherd)

m. Henry Hughes 1901 Wollongong 2438/1901

  1. (f) Agnes M Hughes b. 1904 Wollongong 8643/1904 

Hughes Mary Ann (Clarke)

b. 5/10/1847 Lancashire d. 22/11/1910 Lewisham

m. Rev William Charles Hughes (- before 1910) 9/4/1870 Glebe

  1. (f) Alice Mary Hughes b. 26/6/1871 At Albans Epping d. 27/6/1891 Spring Hill
  2. (f) Adeline Rebecca Hughes b. 1/8/1872 d. 1/8/1872
  3. (m) Frederick George Hughes b. 28/11/1873 Mittagong d. 23/6/1941
  4. (f) Clarenza Tryphosa Hughes ( 5/8/1875 d. 7/2/1952 Rockdale ( Marx)
  5. (f) Irabella Ruth Hughes b. 1/8/1877 d. 15/7/1957
  6. (m) Alban Ethan Hughes b. 29/1/1881 Ulamarra d. 22/9/1952 ( Minnie E Kenny 1902)
  7. (m) Clarence Richmond Hughes b. 31/7/1882 Kiama 20170/1882 d. 29/11/1946 West Maitland
  8. (m) Milton Guthrie Hughes b. 19/7/1884 Kiama 23464/1884 d. abt 1967
  9. (m) Gordon Dallenger Hughes b. 1886 Sackville Ridge d. 14/11/1916 WW1
  10. (f) Lilian Fairlena Hughes b. 2/10/1888 d. 16/10/1972

Husband was a Methodist minister appointed to Kiama in 1882 and 1884

HUGHES. -On Saturday, July 19, at the Wesleyan Parsonage, Kiama, the wife of the Rev. W. C. Hughes of a son. The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser (NSW : 1863 - 1947) Tuesday 22 July 1884 p 2

Hughes Mary Caroline (McLeod)

b. abt 1877 Wollongong d. 4/4/1903/4 br. Wollongong General

m. John J Hughes 1901 Wollongong 5237/1901

f. Neil McLeod m. Maria Renn *

  1. (m) Frederick K McLeod Hughes b. 1902 Woonona 28119/1902

Hughes Mary Louisa (Stewart)

b. 14/7/1858 Stoney Creek Jamberoo d. 15/11/1905 Shellharbour br. Shellharbour

m. William David Hughes ( 15/9/1848 Brisbane Water – 15/9/1916 Ettrick via Kyogle Son of David Hughes & ?) 27/8/ 1884 Kiama 5500/1884

f. William Stewart m. Catherine Wright *

  1. (m) William David Hughes b. 7/7/1885 Kiama 24278/1885 d. 1942 Ettrick (Annie Southern)
  2. (m) Oscar Hughes b. 2/11/1886 25612/1887 d. 31/10/1925 Rabbit Island Mental Hospital
  3. (f) Margaret Lillian Hughes b 8/9/1888 Kiama 26403/1888 d. 1907 Shellharbour (Robert Eggliston)
  4. (f) Alice Jane Hughes b .14/5/1890 Kiama 17820/1890 d. Sydney ( Thomas Oxford)
  5. (f) Catherine Hilda Hughes b. 29/6/1892 Kiama 18520/1892 d. 1982 Kyogle ( John James Walpole)
  6. (f) Mary Irene Hughes b. 5/7/1898 Albion Park 18643/1898 (George Matthew Magnay)
  7. (f) Mildred Louise Hughes b. 24/9/1900 Shellharbour 28933/1900 ( Reuben Doman 1920)

Living Shellharbour in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties.

Hughes Phoebe (Brady)

b. 1810 Windsor d. 1880 Nowra

m. Hugh Hughes (1796 Anglesey Wales -1869 Burrier Son of Elias Hughes & Elizabeth ) 1825 Windsor

f. Lawrence Brady m. Mary Peat

  1. (m) John Henry Hughes b. 1827
  2. (m) Elias Hughes b. 1828 d. 1880
  3. (m) Polward Hughes b. 1831 d. 1869
  4. (f) Elizabeth Hughes b. 1832 Maitland d. 1917 Berrara
  5. (m) William Hughes b. 1837 d. 1920
  6. (f) Susan Jane Hughes * b. 1842 CofE Dapto/Wollongong d. 21/7/1904 Kogarah (Duncan Rankin 1862)
  7. (m) James Hughes b, 1844 CofE Dapto/Wollongong d. 1869
  8. (m) Thomas Hughes b. 1848 bp. CofE Jamberoo; Kiama; Shoalhaven d. 1912
  9. (m) George Hughes b. 1848 bp. CofE Jamberoo; Kiama; Shoalhaven d. 1911
  10. (f) Emmeline Hughes b. 1851 bp. CofE Jamberoo; Kiama; Shoalhaven d. 1880
  11. (f) Jane Hughes b. 1853 bp. CofE Jamberoo; Kiama ; Shoalhaven d. 1880 (Robertson)

Occupation Midwife

Hughes Sarah Ann

b. abt 1876 d. 11 /4/1950 br. West Dapto Catholic Cemetery

f. John Hughes m. Jane Magany *

Hughes Selina Theresa (Cameron)

b. abt 1861 d. 11/1/1939 Dunedoo

m. Aris Robert Hughes 1885 Sydney

f. Alexander Cameron m. Margaret

  1. (f) Blanche E Hughes b. 1885 Petersham
  2. (f) Hilda M Hughes b. 1887 Petersham
  3. (m) Allan Hughes b. 1889 Ryde (Nellie Vera Whitfield 1911)
  4. (f) Ruby J Hughes b. 1891 Woonona 39011/1891

Husband a police constable. Living at Milton in 1911.

HUGHES - January 11 1939 at a private hospital Dunedoo Lena beloved wife or Aris Hughes and loving mother of Blanch Hilda Allan and Ruby aged 78 years. At Rest. The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Wednesday 18 January 1939 p 14

Huff Anne (Gamble then Alderson)

b. 11/1/1811 York England d. 29/1/1875 Liverpool br.

m. James Alderson (15/6/1806 Islington London - 1842 Parramatta Son of Adam Alderson & Elizabeth) 1929 Sydney

m. George Huff 6/11/1943 Parramatta

  1. (f) Ann Martha Alderson b. 1829 d. 1906
  2. (f) Maria Isabella Alderson b. 1830 d. 1892
  3. (m) James Barry Alderson b. 1832 d. 1832
  4. (m) Alfred Hayes Alderson b. 1833 d. 1843
  5. (m) Alderson b. 1833
  6. (f) Elizabeth H Alderson b. 1834 d. 1841
  7. (m) Alderson b. 1836
  8. (m) Henry Alderson b. 1838 d. 1839
  9. (m) James Coulston Alderson b. 1840 CofE Dapto/Wollongong d. 1911
  10. (f) Jessie Louisa Alderson b. 1840 CofE Dapto/Wollongong d. 1921

On January 29, at Liverpool, while on a visit to her son, Mr. James Alderson, Anne Huff, relict of the late Mr. James Alderton, many years in the Audit Office, Sydney age 64 years. Empire (Sydney, NSW: 1850 - 1875) Monday 8 February 1875 p 1

Hughes Theresa Priscilla

Living at Helensburgh in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties

Hukins Mary Elizabeth Montgomery (Perrott/Parrott)

b. 1825 Plymoth England d. 25/9/1878 Woodside Jamberoo 6614/1878 br. Pioneer Cemetery Jamberoo

m. James Hukins (abt 1820 Woodchurch Kent England -4/6/1885 Jamberoo Son of James Hukins & Susannah Fullager *) 29/11/1842 Presbyterian Wollongong V 18424384 74B

f. Dr Thomas Montgomery Perrott m. Mary Joanna Issell *

Ship: Duncan 1839

  1. (m) John Duncan Hukins b. 1844 Dapto d. 15/4/1870 Jamberoo
  2. (f) Sabina M Hukins b. 1845 Dapto V18452977 31A/1845 d. 30/6/1901 Jamberoo
  3. (f) Emily Adelaide Hukins * b. 18/5/1847 Shellharbour d. 26/9/1942 Sydney (Thomas J D Barnes 1865)
  4. (f) Julia Elizabeth Barnes Hukins * b. 18/3/1859 Jamberoo d. 17/4/1921 Kyogle (Thomas Henry Armstrong 1889)

Residence in Kiama district: “Woodside”, Curramore Road, Jamberoo

Mary was only 14 when she arrived in Australia with her family. Mary was living with her parents on the Peter Howell estate, James Hukins junior was also living on a nearby farm on the Peter Howell estate. She married James Hukins junior at 17 and I do not think her family approved of the marriage. After 1854 Mary lived with her husband and children at “Woodside” where her husband was a dairy farmer. Mary was remarkable for her attention to floriculture and also worked for the church and at the time of floods in May 1870 helped to prepare clothing contributions for people that were sent to the parsonage. Her daughter also helped. Mary Hukins died suddenly from natural causes. However, the funeral caused quite a stir in the village of Jamberoo. Although Mary and her husband James was Episcopalian they were attending the Presbyterian church at the time because of some falling out with the Rev. Bailey who had difficulty obtaining congregations at the Church of England. A large number of friends gathered at the Hukins’ residence for the funeral service which was conducted by Rev. John Wilson, the Presbyterian Minister. The procession then proceeded to the Church of England burial ground at Jamberoo for the internment. Rev. John Wilson because of other commitments was unable to be present at the burial ground and he assumed that the Church of England Minister, Rev. Philip R.S. Bailey would officiate at the burial. However, there was no minister present and “the coffin was lowered into the grave in solemn, breathless silence”. Everyone was deeply affected by the scene and felt a “deep, intense, almost painful sympathy”. Both the Rev. Philip R.S. Bailey and Rev. John Wilson wrote letters in the “Kiama Independent” 8 October 1878 trying to explain the situation.

Hukins Mary Ann (Farley/Farby/Farly/Parly)

b. abt 1830 d. 24/7/1910 Waterloo br. Waverley

m. Adolphus Hukins (1823 Woodchurch Kent England – 1892 Ryde Son of James Hukins & Susannah Fullager *) 1847 Presyterian Wollongong V18474452 74B

f. Patrick Farley m. Ann/Nancy Smith *

Ship: Crusader 1840 under Farlane

  1. (m) Crittenden Adolphus Hukins b. abt 1849 d.
  2. (m) James E Hukins b. 1850 bp. CofE Jamberoo; Kiama; Shoalhaven V1850433 35/1850 d. 1919 Waverley 18220/1919
  3. (f) Susannnah F Hukins* b. 1851 bp. CofE Jamberoo; Kiama; Shoalhaven V18511905 37A/1851 d. 1910 Berry (Thomas Connor 1873)
  4. (m) John Smith Hukins b. 8/4/1853 Jamberoo bp. Jamberoo; Kiama; Shoalhaven V18533961 39A/1853 d. 26/2/1927 Bega 1868/1927
  5. (f) Mary Barnes Hukins b. 1854 bp. CofE Jamberoo; Kiama ; Shoalhaven V18544517 40/1854 d. 28/6/1874 Bega 4192/1874
  6. (m) Thomas R Hukins b. 1856 Kiama 5166/1856
  7. (m) Adelaide A Hukins b. 12/1/1860 Kiama 7706/1860 (John Shepard 1883)
  8. (m) Alfred E Hukins b. 1863 Kiama 8531/1863 (f) Cassandra W Hukins b. 1865 Kiama 9680/1865 9681/1865 (Lewis A Hughes 1891)
  9. (f) Eleanor S Hukins b. 1865 Kiama 9681/1865 (George Nelsson 1889)
  10. (f) Amy Jane Hukins b. 1867 Kiama 10422/1867 (George E Hokins 1884)
  11. (m) Arthur E Hukins b. 1869 Kiama 12256/1869
  12. (m) George Henry Hukins b. 1861 Kiama 8257/1861 d. 1942 Granville 18014/1942

On the 12th instant at her residence, Mrs. A. Hukins, of a daughter. Examiner (Kiama, NSW : 1859 - 1862) Saturday 21 January 1860 p 2

Hukins Susannah (Fullager)

b. 1791 Woodchurch Kent England d. 29/1/1862 Susans Hill Jamberoo br. Jamberoo Uniting

m. James Hukins (1792 Woodchurch Kent -1871 jamberoo Son of John Hukins & Elizabeth Crittenden) ) 12/1/1815 Woodchurch, Kent, England

f. John Fullager m. Elizabeth Bourne

Ship: Cornwall 1839

  1. (f) Elizabeth Betsy Hukins * b. 1815 Woodchurch Kent d. 1903 Albion Park (Edward Bannister Dawes 1837)
  2. (m) John Hukins b. 1817 Woodchurch Kent d. 1892 Singleton (Mary Barnes 1853 , Mary Ann Smith 1886)
  3. (m) James Hukins b. abt 1820 Woodchurch Kent England d. 4/6/1885 Jamberoo (Mary Perrott * 1842)
  4. (m) Crittenden Hukins b. 1821 Woodchurch, Kent England d. 1840 Sydney
  5. (m) Adolphus Hukins b. 1823 Woodchurch Kent England d. 1892 Ryde (Mary A Farley * 1847)
  6. (f) Sabrina Hukins * b. 1826 Woodchurch Kent England d. 1894 Sydney (William Alexander Hines 1847)
  7. (m) Norman Hukins b. d. 1828 Woodchurch Kent England d. 1828 Woodchurch Kent
  8. (f) Cassandra Hukins b. 1829 Woodchurch Kent England d. 20/1/1913 Albion Park
  9. (f) Adelaide Hukins * b. 1832 Woodchurch Kent England d. 1890 Robertson (Thomas Wright 1857)

At Jamberoo; January 29th, 1862; at Susan's Hill, Susannah Hukins, the beloved wife of James Hukins, sen., aged 71 years. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Tuesday 4 February 1862 p 2

Hulbert Louisa Rose (Adams)

d. 1915 Rozelle br. Rookwood

m. Walter John Hulbert (abt 1859 -26/9/1932 Son of Samuel Hulbert & Emma ) 1889 Sydney

f. Richard K Adams m. Eleanor E

  1. (f) Rose E B Hulbert b. 1890 Balmain
  2. (m) Thomas W Hulbert b. 1892 Marrickville
  3. (m) Albert George Hulbert b. 1896 Wollongong 18045/1896
  4. (m) William A Hulbert b. 1900 Balmain North
  5. (m) Cecil A Hulbert b. 1902 Balmain North

Hulbert Sarah

m. Henry Hulbert (abt 1802-1865 Wollongong)

  1. (m) John H Hulbert d. 1860 Wollongong
  2. (f) Mary Ann Hulbert * b. abt 1832 d. 6/6/1860 Sydney (William Walker 1859)

Hull Ellen A (Hatherly)

m. Frederick H Hull 1900 Hurstville

  1. (f) Dorothy G Hull b. 1901 Kiama 32588/1901

Hullick Mary (Maitland)

b. Colchester Essex d. 26/11/1933 Singleton br. Whittingham

m. James Hullick 1866 Maitland

f. Ernest L Maitland m. Eliza

  1. (m) Alfred E Hullick b. 1868 Wollongong 18118/1868 d. 1869 Patricks Plain
  2. (m) Leslie T Hullick b. 1870 Patricks Plain d. 1906 Woollahra
  3. (f) Winifred C Hullick b. 1872 Patricks Plan (Arthur B Shaw 1899)
  4. (m) Cathcart J C Hullick b. 1876 Morpeth (Emily Braid 1899)
  5. (f) Edith M Hullick b. 1878 Morpeth (Samuel Anderson 1904)


Mrs Mary Hullick died at Greenwood, near Singleton, yesterday morning. The deceased lady, who was 85 years of ago, was the mother of Mrs A. B. Shaw and sister of Lady Gould, formerly of Singleton. She was born at Colchester, Essex (England), and came to Australia as a child with her parents, the late Mr and Mrs E. L. Maitland, and for many years lived at East Maitland. During the past 30 years she had made her home at Singleton with her daughter, Mrs A. B. Shaw. The funeral took place this morning, tho remains, being interred in the Church of England cemetory at Whittingham. Singleton Argus (NSW : 1880 - 1954) Monday 27 November 1933 p 2

Hulme Sophia Jane (Fryer then Brandreth)

d. 20/12/1938 Mosman cr.

m. John Brandreth(- 1900 Grafton Son of John Brandreth & Alice) 1890 Wollongong

m. Richard Seymour Hulme 8/4/1905 Balmain

f. John Fryer m. Sarah

  1. (f) Eveline Brandreth b. 1891 Wollongong 38394/1891
  2. (m) Charles S Brandreth b. 1892 Wollongong 39020/1892
  3. (f) Winifred Brandreth d. 7/4/1928 Waverley (Spencer Bawn 1917)
  4. (m) Allan John Brandreth b. 1899 Grarfton 12136/1899 (Elsie Louise Brown 1924)
  5. (f) Jeanne M Hulme b. 1907 Balmain North
  6. (f) Phyllis Hulme b. 1908 Murwillumbah (Saddington)
  7. (m) Richard B Hulme b. 1909 Byron Bay

HULME - BRANDRETH. -April 8, at St. John's Church, Balmain, by the Rev. W. J. Cakebread, Richard Seymour Hulme to Jane Brandreth. Clarence and Richmond Examiner (Grafton, NSW: 1889 - 1915) Saturday 29 April 1905 p 1

HULME.—December 20, 1938, at her residence, 16 Redan Street, Mosman, Sophia Jane, dearly loved wife of R. S. Hulme, and beloved mother of Charles, Winifred (deceased), Allan, Jeanne, and Phyllis (Mrs. Saddington). Privately cremated December 21, 1938. The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW: 1842 - 1954) Thursday 22 December 1938 p 10

Humby Mary Amelia (Swan/Cwan)

b. 23/1/1864 Kiama 9382/1864 d. 6/10/1942 Albion Park

m. Arthur Cross Humby (1869 Sydney- 1954 Wollongong Son of John C Humby & Ruth Jeffries ) 14/3/1892 Residence of the bride Yellow Rock 7791/1892

f. James Swan m. Mary Egan *

  1. (m) William Henry Swan b. 1889 Waterloo d. 1964 Ryde
  2. (m) Cecil C A Humby b. 1892 Redfern Essie F C Humby b. 1894 Waterloo
  3. (m) Cyril Roy Humby b. 1896 Waterloo d. 1962 Kiama
  4. (m) Louisa D R Humby b. 1901 Redfern
  5. (m) James R Humby b. 1903 Redfern d. 1905 Redfern
  6. (m) Esric Frederick C Humby b. d. 1973 Kogarah

Husband a railway porter, father a farmer. He lived Redfern she lived Yellow Rock

Hume Elizabeth Alice (Allsopp)

b. abt 1858 Goulburn d. 18/12/1930 Crown St West Wollongong br. Bulli

m. Thomas Charles William Hume (1856 Chippendale-19/2/1925 Bulli Son of Thomas Hume & Mary ) 1878 Newtown

f. John Allsop m. Mary A

  1. (m) Percy Hume b. 1880 Parramatta
  2. (m) David N Hume b. 1883 Sydney d. 1884 Campbelltown
  3. (f) Phoebe M Hume b. 1884 Campbelltown
  4. (f) Ada M Hume b. 1886 Campbelltown
  5. (f) Lily L Hume b. 1888 Sydney (Robert D Gilmore 1906)
  6. (m) Leslie Hume b. 1891 Woonona 39042/1891 d. 15/10/1928 Bulli Pass accidently killed
  7. (m) Charles Harold Hume b. b. 26/9/1893 Kiama 18729/1893 d. 1/1/1960 Bulli
  8. (f) Vera E Hume b. 1895 Woonona 38608/1895
  9. (f) Olive Hume b. 1897 Woonona 18034/1897 d. 1897 Woonona
  10. (m) Arthur Stansbury Hume b. 1899 Woonona 26813/1899 d. 1971 Parramatta

Husband a tailor.

Hume Lucy Ann (Wickham)

b. 12/3/1855 Spring Creek Victoria d. 20/10/1910 Moore Park

m. John Calvin Hume (24/8/1835 Bras d’or Lake Canada - 17/11/1915 Sydney Son of George W Hume & Christina McKay) 1876 Parkes 2564/1876

f. Lewis Wickham m. Mary Fall

  1. (m) Herbert Calvin Hume b. 1877 Parkes 11646/1877 d. (Mary Anderson)
  2. (m) William John Hume b. 1878 Wellington 24344/1878 (Ada)
  3. (m) Percival Wickham Hume b. 1880 Sydney 2623/1880 (Henrietta)
  4. (m) Walter Leslie Hume b. 1882 Rylstone 22417/1882 ( Veronica M Jones 1909)
  5. (f) Ada Lucy Ausralis Hume b. 1884 Woonona 22986/1884 (Norman A McArthur)
  6. (f) Ethel Mary Hume b. 24/4/1886 Clifton 24553/1886 d. 16/12/1979 Rockdale (William R Syle)
  7. (m) Reginald/Reuben Hume b. 1889 Sydney 1390/1889 d. 1889 Sydney
  8. (m) Arthur Sidney Hume b. 1889 St Peter’s 1389/1889 d. 1889 Sydney
  9. (m) Sydney Breton Hume b. 1/9/1890 Sydney 2812/1890 d. 14/2/1982 Lewisham
  10. (m) Harold George Hume b. 1892 Sydney 2783/1892
  11. (f) Florence Irene Hume b. 1896 Sydney 18735/1896 d. 1990
  12. (m) Frederick Roy Hume b. 1898 Sydney 27457/1898

HUME.—October 20, 1910, at her residence, 236 Moore Park-road, Lucy Ann, beloved wife of John Calvin Hume, aged 55 years. The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Friday 21 October 1910 p 8

Hummerich Jane

m. Johannes C Hummerich

  1. (m) John Hummerich b. 1889 Woonona 24769/1889

Humphrey Elizabeth see Barry

Humphrey/Humphries Elizabeth

b. 30/9/1827 Magheraveely Fermanagh d. 11/5/1930 Berrima br.

m. John Humphrey (abt 1824 Magheraveely Fermanagh – 10/11/1910 Robertson Son of James Humphries)

f. James m. Mary

Ship: Eliza 1855

  1. (m) Thomas Humphreys b. abt 1855 Magheraveely Fermanagh
  2. (f) Mary Humphrey b. d. 1856 Kiama
  3. (f) Catherine Humphries b. 1857 Kiama 7477/1857 (Charles Irvine 1876)
  4. (m) James Humphries b. 1859 Kiama 8420/1859 d. 16/5/1955
  5. (m) John Humphries b. 1862 Kiama 8384/1862
  6. (m) Andrew T Humphries b. 1865 Berrima
  7. (m) Edward Humphrey b. 1867 Berrima
  8. (m) Johnson Humphrey b. 1874 Berrima

Mrs. Elizabeth Humphries, of Robertson, on Sunday last celebrated her 102nd birthday. She can still milk the home cow. The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser (NSW : 1891 - 1937) Saturday 5 October 1929 p 2


Mrs. Elizabeth Humphries, of Robertson, was 102 years old on Sunday last.

She was born in Ireland, and, hale and hearty, she chats brightly of the early days. On Monday she walked nearly a mile into Robertson to call upon friends. The Maitland Weekly Mercury (NSW : 1894 - 1931) Saturday 5 October 1929 p 7


Mrs. Elizabeth Humphries, of Robertson and mother of Mr. A. Humphries, of Tarro, who reached the great age of 103 years, died in the Bowral district Hospital on Sunday night. Two weeks ago Mrs. Humphries underwent a severe operation, and for a time, appeared to make satisfactory progress. During the last few days, however her condition became worse.

Born in County Fermanagh, Ireland, Mrs. Humphries with her husband, sailed for Australia in 1855 and shortly after their arrival walked through dense bushland to Robertson, where Mrs . Humphries resided until her last illness. She always enjoyed good health and retained all her faculties. Up to quite recently she performed all her own household duties.

The longevity of the Humphries family is remarkable. Mrs. Humphries' mother lived to 106 . Her father who fought in the battle of Waterloo, reached the age of 80, and her husband 90.

Mrs. Humphries took a keen interest in local happenings and never failed to attend the Robertson Show. She vividly described the hardships of early settlers.

Mrs. Humphries is survived by five sons one daughter, and a number of grand children and great-grandchildren, and great-great-grandchildren. Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser (NSW : 1912 - 1955) Thursday 22 May 1930 p 3

Humphrey Elizabeth G

Unmarried or no father listed

  1. (m) Albert Humphrey b. 1861 Wollongong 14278/1861

Humphrey Margaret

Unmarried or no father listed

  1. (f) Isabella Humphrey b. 1880 Wollongong 27321/1880

Humphrey/Humphreys Mary Ann (Butchard )

b. 1877 Wollongong d. 9/12/1959 br. Bulli General

m. John Edward Humphreys ( 1875 Parkes-9/8/1921 Thirroul Son of George Humphries & Catherine ) 1895 Woonona

f. James Butchard m. Mary Ann Crane *

  1. (f) Lodelia Humphries b. 1895 Woonona 38571/1895 (Charles Henry Smith 1917)
  2. (m) George E Humphreys b. 1897 Woonona 27837/1897
  3. (m) John William Humphries b. 1898 Woonona 27238/1898 ( Catherine Burge 1921 )
  4. (m) Edward Humphreys b. 1901 Woonona 37701/1901

Husband a store keeper of Thirroul

Living Corrimal in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties.

Humbrell see Dumbrell

Humphreys Catherine

Living Bulli in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties

With George Humphrey a labourer.

Humphreys Laura (Allan)

d. 4/5/1921 Eastwood

m. George B Humphreys 1884 Wollongong

f. Robert Allan m. ?

  1. (f) Victoria Humphreys b. 1891 Wollonaona38374/1891 (William Simmonds 1922 )
  2. (m) Garfield Allan Humphries b. 1887 Wollongong 24931/1887 d. 1964 Ryde
  3. (m) Robert George Humphreys b. 1889 Wollongong 24294/1889 d. 1918 France
  4. (f) Gwendoline T A Humphreys b. 1894 Wollongong 37893/1894
  5. (m) Harry B Humphreys b. 1896 Wollongong 36170/1896


Mrs G Humphreys, of this town, has received a bank draft from the Harmsworth Armoured Train Relief Fund at Pietermaritzburg Her husband, who was in the Durban Light Infantry, was dangerously wounded on an armoured train near Ladysmith about the middle of November He left Wollongong a few years ago for Johannesburg to work at his trade as carpenter On the trouble arising with the Boers he joined the Durban Light Infantry, in which he served when dangerously wounded Mrs Humphreys has five children her youngest being born shortly after her husband left for the Transvaal The communication reads thus “ Box 47, Pieterniantzburg, Natal, South Africa, December 11, I899 Armoured Train Relief Fund Dear Madam -In accordance with the instructions of the committee from the Harmsworth Armoured Train Fund It has been resolved that this payment shall be made direct to you in accordance with the wishes of the donor the money is to be distributed forthwith. The present distributions may possibly exhaust the fund. Please acknowledge receipt on the accompanying form and return to me at once Yours faithfully, R W M Calisler, Hon Secretary and treasurer Armoured Train Relief Fund to Mrs Laura Humphrey Wollongong, New South Wales, Australia ” The Sydney Morning Herald 19 January 1900

HUMPHREY— May 4th. 1921 at her resilience. Edgar Street, Eastwood, Laura, dearly loved mother of Allen, Trixie, and Gwen Humphrey. The Daily Telegraph (Sydney, NSW : 1883 - 1923) Thursday 5 May 1921 p 4

Humphries Sarah Ann (Goodwin)

b. 1850 NSW V185012 37A/1850 d. 1925 Mosman br. Gore Hill

m. John Parker Humphries (1851 – 26/7/1915 Neutral Bay Son of Francis Humphries & Ann) 16/8/1872 St Peter’s Sydney

f. Andrew Goodwin m. Sarah

  1. (f) Amy Sarah Humphries b. 1873 Broulee
  2. (f) Alice May Humphries b. 1874 Wollongong 21592/1874
  3. (f) Ethel R Humphries b. 24/8/1876 Campbelltown 9595/1876
  4. (m) Arthur G Humphries b. 1878 Campbelltown d. 1926 Granville
  5. (m) Frank Edgar Humphries b. 1880 Campbelltown
  6. (m) Herbert John Humphries b. 1885 Woollahra d. 1945 Granville
  7. (f) Carrie Humphries b. 1887 Newtown

Husband a teacher

Hunt Agnes (Freurn)

b. abt 1871 d. 20/1/1955 br Bulli Genral

m. Charles Hunt (1868 Ulladulla -11/7/1964 Bulli Son of John Thomas Hunt & Mary Ann Brown * ) 1897 Gosford

f. Joseph Freurn m. ?

  1. (m) Leo Augustus V Hunt b. 1898 Woonona 8772/1898 d. 1966 Nowra
  2. (m) Allen R Hunt b. 1905 Woonona 39520/1905
  3. (m) Marshall Lawrence Hunt b. 1907 Woonona 31252/1907 d. 1978 NSW
  4. (f) Iva M Hunt b. 1909 Woonona 32421/1909 d. 1909 Woonona

Living Thirroul in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties. Husband a labourer.

Hunt Catherine (Ahern)

b. 1836 d. 6/6/1899 br. Uralla

m. William Hunt born Elliott ( 1836 Dapto – Son of ? Henry Hunt & Maria Elliott *) 1858 Wollongong 2914/1858

f. William Ahern m. Mary

  1. (f) Maria Hunt b. 1858 Wollongong 13503/1858
  2. (f) Ellen Teresa Hunt b. 1861 Armidale d. (Richard Chapman 1879)

Hunt Edith (Hinman)

b. 9/4/1872 West Maitland d. 22/11/1933 Camperdown br. Rookwood

m. Walter Arrowsmith Hunt (3/10/1865 Chelsea London -26/7/1942 Newtown Son of Spence James Hunt & Elizabeth Elmer) 26/1/1889 West Maitland

f. Henry James Hinman m. Louisa Smith

Cause of Death: Stomach cancer

  1. (m) Garnet Spencer Hunt b. 17/4/ 1890 West Maitland d. 1891 West Maitland
  2. (m) Walter Arrowsmith Hunt b. 16/11/ 1891 West Maitland d. 22/11/1933 Surrey Hills
  3. (f) Vera Florence Hunt b. 15/6/ 1893 West Maitland d. 11/11/1940 Drummoyne
  4. (f) Ruby Gertrude Hunt b. 17/3/ 1896 Stockton Newcastle d. 13/1/ 1971 Balmain
  5. (f) Gladys Evelyn Hunt b. 2/7/ 1898 Stockton
  6. (f) Dorothy Edith Hunt b. 1900 Kembla 36891/1900 d. 10/10/1963 Cronulla
  7. (f) Mildred Maud Hunt b. 26/10/ 1902 West Maitland d. 27/4/ 1972 Campsie
  8. (m) Percy Alexander Hunt b. 9 /3/1905 Fishery Creek West Maitland d. 24/10 1972 Sydney

Hunt Eliza

b. abt 1854 Surrey d. 16/9/1941 St John’s Park br. CofE Liverpool

m. Thomas Hunt (abt 1852 Berkshire-6/4/1929 St John’s Park Son of James Hunt & Jane )

Ship: Assaye 1883

  1. (f) Amy E Hunt b. 1881 Pancras Middlesex d.
  2. (f) Jane Hunt b. 1883 at sea d. 1971 Newtown
  3. (f) Agnes Hunt b. 1885 Goulburn d. 1/11/1930 St John’s Park
  4. (f) Ellen Hunt b. 1888 Goulburn d. 1893 Goulburn
  5. (f) Annie May Hunt b. 1890 Wollongong 38054/1890 d. 1972 Newtown
  6. (f) Sarah Hunt b. 1893 Goulburn (Sydney Clarke 1921)
  7. (f) Emma A Hunt b. 1896 Goulburn
  8. (f) Florence G Hunt b. 1898 Wollongong 8668/1898
  9. (m) Thomas Hunt b. 1900 Wollongong 36866/1900 d. 1959 Wollongong

Living Unanderra in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties. Husband a labourer.


The death occurred on September 16 of Mrs. Eliza Hunt, 87, relict of the late Mr. Thomas Hunt, of Bull's Road, St.John's Park.

Much sympathy is felt for her daughter, Miss Amy, who resided with her mother. Miss Hunt is well known as a church and patriotic worker.

Her interment took place in the Church of England cemetery, Liverpool, on Wednesday afternoon. The Biz (Fairfield, NSW : 1928 - 1972) Thursday 18 September 1941 p 5

Hunt Eliza

m. William S Hunt

  1. (m) Henry E Hunt b. 1861 Wollongong 14321/1861
  2. (f) Anne E Hunt b. 1863 Wollongong 15078/1863

Hunt Eliza J (Hurt)

m. William Hunt 1892 Wollongong 7800/1892

Hunt Elizabeth (Davies)

b. 16/4/1845 Wellington Salop Shropshire d. 26/9/1936 Burwood

m. George Henry Hunt (23/11/1845 Field of Mars Parrmatta- 4/4/1918 Burwood Son of George T Hunt & Elizabeth Williams ) 2/7/1866 Dural

f. William Davies m. Martha

  1. (m) Harold Wesley George Hunt b. 1867 Omega d. 22/5/1903 Dubbo
  2. (m) Edwin Watkins Hunt b. 10/1/1869 Kiama d. 1945 Johannesburg South Africa
  3. (f) Alice Mabel Hunt b. 1/4/1871 Kiama d. 30/12/1871
  4. (m) Theodore William Hunt b. 29/11/1872 Kiama d. 1939 Burwood
  5. (m) Ernest Hunt b. 1872 d. 1939
  6. (m) Charles Thomas Hunt b. 1876 d. 1968
  7. (f) Gervase Morley Hunt b. 1878 d. 1957
  8. (m) Stanley Richard Hunt b. 22/1/1882 d. 2/3/1882
  9. (f) Daisy Elizabeth Hunt b. 1883
  10. (m) John Darvall Hunt b. 1885
  11. (f) Violet Victoria Hunt b. 1887 d. 1975 North Manly

On the 30th ultimo, ALICE MABEL, the beloved daughter of G. H. and E. Hunt, aged 9 months. The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser (NSW : 1863 - 1947) Thursday 4 January 1872 p 2

ON the 29th ultimo, at her residence, Omega Retreat, Mrs. G. H. HUNT of a son. The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser (NSW : 1863 - 1947) Thursday 5 December 1872 p 2

Hunt Elizabeth (Laing)

b. 1871 Redfern d. 6/11/1939 Vaucluse

m. Walter Hunt (1870 Kiama – 3/5/1940 Sydney Son of George Hunt & Mary Ann Furnish *) 10/1/1893 Newtown

f. William Laing m. Jane

  1. (m) Maurice Hunt b. 16/8/1895 Kiama 33339/1895
  2. (m) Walter Holman Hunt b. 1907 Townsville Qld (Pearl C Wright 1940)
  3. (m) Colin Leigh Hunt b. 1910 Qld

Living at Townsville when her son Maurice enlisted in WW1

Hunt Elizabeth Jane (James)

b. 1878 Campbelltown d. 5/2/1925 Bulli br. CofE Bulli

m. John Thomas Hunt ( 1865 Ulladulla -14/4/1936 Bulli son of John Thomas Hunt & Mary Ann Brown *) 1896 Campbelltown

f. Reuben James m. Jane Chapman *

  1. (f) Gladys L Hunt b. 1898 Campbelltown
  2. (m) Richard John V Hunt b. 1899 Woonona 36306/1899 d. 1984
  3. (f) Evelyn M Hunt b. 1902 Woonona 37753/1902
  4. (m) Reuben James Hunt b. 1904 Woonona 38691/1904 d. 1970 Bulli
  5. (m) William J Hunt b. 1906 Woonona 41066/1906
  6. (f) Lillian Hunt b. 1908 Woonona 42590/1908 d. 1908 Woonona
  7. (m) John Thomas Hunt b. 1911 Woonona d. 1966 Bulli
  8. (m) Frederick Hunt b. 1915 Bulli
  9. (f) Olive Hunt b. d. 1923 Bulli

Husband died of ‘unfortunate dust case’

Hunt Ellen (Broadbent)

m. George Charles Hunt (abt 1867 – 31/10/1942 Coledale)

  1. (m) William Henry Hunt b. 30/10/1891 Woonona 39085/1891 d. 28/5/1965 Concord
  2. (m) Thomas James Hunt b. 16/6/1895 Helensburgh 22997/1895 d. 11/10/1970 Concord
  3. (m) Francis Joseph Hunt b. 1897 Helensburgh 12810/1897 d. 13/6/1918 France
  4. (f) Edith A Hunt b. 1898 Helensburgh 31171/1898
  5. (f) Dorothy M Hunt b. 1901 Newtown

Her husband’s sons William and Thomas disowned him because he gave his permission for their younger brother Francis to enlist and subsequently die.

Hunt Emily Harriet see Neale

Hunt Emily Sarah (Hinsch)

b. 1861 Sydney d. 20/1/1894 Petersham br. Rookwood

m. James Goldie Hunt (1860 Qld – 1936 Stockton Son of Samuel Bagster Hunt & Janet Elizabeth Goldie) 1884 Liverpool

f. John C W Hinsch m. Sarah

  1. (m) Wilfred Aubrey B Hunt b. 1886 Kiama 25067/1886d. 1967 St Leonards
  2. (m) Christopher William Hunt b. 1888 Kiama 26257/1888 d. 1966 St Leonards
  3. (f) Irene B Hunt b. 1892 Ashfield

Father a publican in Parramatta. After her death the family moved to Armidale and Newcastle were her husband remarried Emma Isabel Smith.

HUNT— January 20, at 47 Palace-street, Petersham, Emily Sarah Hunt, aged 32 years. The Sydney Mail and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1871 - 1912) Saturday 27 January 1894 p 205

Hunt Emma (Arnold)

b. abt 1868 Colchester Essex d. 1933 Goulburn

m. James Hunt (1860 Kiama -17/2/1919 Sanatorium Manly Son of George Hunt & Mary Ann Furnish *) 30/11/1894 Kiama 4366/1894

f. William Drayton Arnold m. Kezia ? then Reason

  1. (f) Greta D Hunt b. 1896 Kiama d. 1897 Kiama
  2. (m) Arnold Leigh Hunt b. 1897 Jamberoo d. 25/6/1917 wounds in WW1
  3. (f) Ella U Hunt b. 1901 Kiama

Living Jamberoo in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties. Husband a hotelkeeper.

Living at North Sydney at the time of her son’s enlistment in WW1

HUNT — ARNOLD. — November 30, at Christ Church, Kiama, by the Rev. J. Chaffers Welsh, James Hunt, eldest son of George Hunt, Esq., Poonindie, Kiama, to Emma Arnold, second daughter of the late William Drayton Arnold, of Colchester, Essex, England.

Hunt Harriet (Wilson)

b. abt 1856 d. 30/11/1930 Wollongong

m. Arthur William Hunt 1883 Redfern

f. James m. Jane

  1. (f) Dulsie H Hunt b. 1884 Liverpool (Hugh C Dash 1906)
  2. (f) Winifred E Hunt b. 1886 Liverpool (John Skilling 1906)
  3. (m) Arthur William Hunt b. abt 1888 d. 1968 Kembla Heights
  4. (m) Alfred William Hunt d. 1984
  5. (f) Edith K Hunt (Henry Taylor 1917)

Living Kembla Heights in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties

Husband a miner.

A very painful accident occurred to Mrs. Arthur Hunt, when returning home from her son-in-law's place on Wednesday evening last. By some means or other she tripped and fell, sustaining a fractured leg. She was promptly attended by Dr. H. H. Lee, who placed the injured limb in splints, and she was subsequently removed to the Wollongong Hospital. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Friday 8 November 1912 p 9

PERSONAL. — Mr. and Mrs. A. Hunt of Kembla Heights, have left here after a residence of about 17 years, to reside in Sydney. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Friday 30 March 1917 p 5

The death occurred on Sunday last of Mrs. Harriet Hunt (74) of Mercury-street, Wollongong. She was the wife of Arthur William Hunt and mother of Dulcie (Mrs. Dash, of Thornleigh), Winnie (Mrs. Skilling) Arthur (Kembla Heights), Afred (Hurstville), and Edith (Mrs. Taylor of Kembla Heights). South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus (NSW : 1900 - 1954) Friday 5 December 1930 p 12

Hunt Jane/Janet/Jeanette (Munro)

b. abt 1802 or 1812 d. 1850 Church of England Dapto; Wollongong

m. William Hunt ( abt 1791- 1856 Berkeley ) 1835 Liverpool V18351207 19/1835

Ship: Buffalo 1833

  1. (f) Hannah Hunt * b. 19/1/1836 Jamberoo CofE Dapto/Wollongong (Edward Keevers 1853)
  2. (f) Jane Hunt * b. 18/12/1838 Jamberoo CofE Dapto/Wollongong d. 27/10/1905 Kiama (Thomas Keevers 1857)
  3. (f) Sarah Hunt * b. 1840 Berkeley bp. CofE Dapto;Wollongong (Richard Keevers 1864)
  4. (m) William Hunt b. 24/2/1842 Berkeley bp. 23/51842 CofE Dapto;Wollongong (Mary Abraham * 1864)

Lived a Five Island Farm and was working for Captain Weston at Macquarie Gift, in 1841 Census her husband employed a male convict as a gardener, shepherd and agriculturalist

Convict indent

14 Years

Hunt Jane Anne (Eales then Peterson)

b. 23/9/1851 Dungog d. 16/7/1920 Wollongong br. Wollongong

m. Alfred Richard Petersen ( abt 1850 Copenhagen Denmark - 18/6/1885 Wollongong Son of Peter Petersen & Margaret Cronen) 11/6/1878 St Michael’s Wollongong

m. Frederick J G Hunt 1891 Wollongong 8226/1891

f. Joseph Eales m. Harriet Holden

  1. (f) Abigail Eales * b. 1871 Dungog d. (James Gillespie 1891)
  2. (m) William E Eales b. 1877 Wollongong 23181/1877
  3. (f) Elizabeth Harriett Peterson b. 1879
  4. (f) Estella Helena Peterson * b. 1880 Bulli d. 24/9/1951 Wollongong ( Jacob Stoker 1902)
  5. (m) William Edward Peterson b. abt 1881 (Mary Ellora Benn 1904)
  6. (m) Joseph J Peterson b. 1884 Bulli (Edith Le Gros 1910)
  7. (f) Ethel M Peterson b. 1885 Wollongong
  8. (f) Selina Mary Jane Hunt b. 1894 Woonona 38305/1894 d. 1977 Katoomba ( Leslie Doherty 1911, George Harold Moore 1943 )

Living at Fairy Meadow in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties

Hunt Louisa (Nicholls or Clarke)

b. abt 1856 d. 12/6/1924 Marrickville br. Rookwood

m. William Hunt ( - after 1925) 1873 Kiama 4366/1894

f. Nicholls or Clarke m. Ann

  1. (f) Dulcey Ann Hunt b. 1873 Kiama 12402/1873 
  2. (m) George Albert Hunt b. 1875 Kiama 13265/1875 
  3. (f) Florence Louisa Hunt b. 1878 Kiama 835/1878 d. 10/5/1926 Newtown (Frederick C Purnell 1896)
  4. (m) William Henry Hunt b. 1880 Kiama 16670/1880

HUNT - June 12, at her residence, 68 Victoria road, Marrickville, Louisa, the beloved wife of William Hunt, aged 69 years. The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW: 1842 - 1954) Friday 13 June 1924 p 8

Hunt Lucy Clarice (Dench)

b. abt 1865 d. 1/7/1937 Homebush br. Rookwood

m. Francis de Vere Hunt (abt 1861 Sydney -30/5/1929 Redfern Son of Vere John Hunt & Rebecca Maria Cohen ) 1884 Glebe

f. John Dench m. Lucy Ann

  1. (f) Lucy Evelyn Hunt b. 1885 Glebe d. 1962 Sydney (William J Tyne 1907 )
  2. (m) Francis William Hunt b. 1887 Sydney d. 1/10/1918 (Vera)
  3. (m) Arthur Blomfield Hunt b. 1890 Glebe d. 11/9/1936 Hurstville
  4. (f) Vera Pearl Hunt b. 1892 Wollongong d. 1975 Wollongong 39104/1892 (Roy J Clement 1923)
  5. (m) Mervyn Roy Hunt b. 1894 Blayney d. 1962 Burwood
  6. (f) Amy M Hunt b. 1896 Blayney d. 1973 Newtown (Thomas S Prince 1922)

HUNT– July 1, 1937 at the residence of her daughter, 26 Mackenzie-street, Homebush, Lucy Clarice, relict of the late Francis de Vere Hunt, and darling mother of Lucy (Mrs. Tyne), Frank (deceased), Arthur (deceased), Vera (Mrs. Clement), Mervyn, and Amy (Mrs. Prince), aged 72 years. At rest. The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW: 1842 - 1954) Friday 2 July 1937 p 10

Hunt Lucy Clifton (Dryden)

b. 1881 Woonona d. 21/10/1912 Thirroul br. Bulli Anglican Cemetery

m. Henry Thomas Hunt (1882-1/1/1916) 1898 Woonona

f. John Dryden m. Anne Elizabeth Towns *

  1. (f) Mildred D Hunt b. 1899 Woonona 26881/1899
  2. (m) Roy Hunt b. 1902 Woonona 28131/1902 d. 14/5/1945

Living Thirroul in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties. Husband a farmer.

Hunt Maria/Mary Ann (Close then Elliott)

b. abt 1807 Newcastle upon Tyne

m. ? Elliott before 1833

m. Henry Hunt (1793 Bedton Derbyshire-30/8/1853 Dapto Son of Henry Hunt & Ann Brown) 14/7/1837 CofE Dapto Wollongong

Ship: Diana 1833


Tried: Northumberland Newcastle upon Tyne Assizes

Sentence: Life

  1. (u)? Elliott
  2. (u)? Elliott
  3. (m) William Elliott then Hunt b. 1836 Dapto (Catherine Ahern * 1858 )
  4. (f) Mary Hunt b. 1839 bp. Presbyterian Wollongong
  5. (f) Sarah Hunt b. 1839 bp. Presbyterian Wollongong d. 1839
  6. (f) Ann Hunt b. 4/4/1840 bp. Presbytrian Wollongong
  7. (f) Mary Hunt * b. 13/9/1841 Dapto bp. Presbytrian Wollongong (Bernard Sweeney 1870)
  8. (m) Henry Hunt b. 10/6/1845 bp. Presbytrian Wollongong
  9. (f) Maria Hunt * b. 10/6/1845 bp. Presbytrian Wollongong (Amos Downs 1867)
  10. (m) George Hunt b. 11/7/ 1846 bp. Presbyterian Wollongong
  11. (f) Sarah Hunt * b. 6/10/1847 Dapto d. 11/3/1934 Wollongong (John Waples 1864)

Husband was a land owner at Dapto in 1841 Census

Convict Permission to Marry Index 1837 Wollongong

General Return of Convicts 1837

Master: Abraham Solomons
District: Illawarra

Had two children at time of conviction

Hunt Mary see Sweeney

Hunt Mary (Abraham)

b. abt 1846 RC Manaro, Twofold Bay, Queanbeyan d. 1926 Sydney

m. William Hunt (24/2/1842 Berkeley – 26/9/1921 Candelo Son of William Hunt & Jane Munro *) 16/9/1864 Eden

f. William Abraham m. Bridget Maloney

  1. (m) John William Hunt b. 1865 Kiama
  2. (m) Male Hunt b. 14/4/1867 Omega Retreat
  3. (m) Richard Hunt b. 1968 Kiama
  4. (f) Mary Ann Hunt b. 1870 Kiama
  5. (m) Walter Hunt b. 1870 Bega
  6. (m) Alfred Henry Hunt b. 1878 Bega
  7. (f) Lilly Ann Hunt b. 1881 Bega

On the 14th instant, at his residence, Omega Retreat, Mrs. G. H. HUNT, of a son. The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser (NSW : 1863 - 1947) Thursday 18 April 1867 p 2

Hunt Mary (Hinchley or Inchley)

b. abt 1814 England d. 4/4/1875 Concord br. Enfield

m. Joseph Hunt (abt 1811 – 20/7/1875 Liverpool ? ) 1/4/1834 Shellharbour Church of England Dapto; Wollongong V18341341 18

m. Joseph Davis (1819 Brickfield Hill Sydney - Son William Davis & Ann Cotterill *) eloped in about 1838

Convict Permission to Marry Index 1834 Wollongong

Convict indent:

Fanny II 1833
7 Years
dark complexion and eyes.
  1. (f) Frances Hunt b. 13/5/1834 Peterborough V18341056 20/1834 Church of England Dapto; Wollongong d. 1837 Scarlett fever
  2. (m) William Hunt b. 6/10/1836 Peterborough V18381057 20/1838 Church of England Dapto; Wollongong d. 18/10/1918
  3. (f) Mary Davis b. Abt 1838
  4. (f) Anne Davis b. 1841
  5. (f) Eliza Davis b. abt 1841
  6. (f) Betsy Davis b. 1843
  7. (m) Joseph Davis b. 4/8/1845 d. 16/11/1845
  8. (f) Jane Davis b. 26/1/1849 (Hassan Hosea, Glovie Bell, Jack Tooklo, Frank Tanna)

Don’t Call Me Annie! By Maisie Mary Kew has a semi-fictionalised account of William and Ann Davis’ life and recounts their son Joseph’s starting his life with Mary. It is known that the Davis family lived around present day Concord and were very poor. Mary was possibly Black African.

Hunt Mary Ann (Brown)

b. 10/1/1833 Surry Hills d. 11 /8/1909 Thirroul br. Bulli Anglican Cemetery

m. John Thomas Hunt (4/11/1839 Cape Town South Africa -23/5/ 1927 Son of Thomas Hunt & Ann Sutton ) 18/9/1860 Wombo Qld

f. William Brown m. Elizabeth Catherine Foss

  1. (m) William James Hunt b. 1861 Wollongong 14390/1861 d. 28/12/1953 Sans Souci (Ruth Caroline Galway * 1886, Mary F *)
  2. (m) Frederick George Hunt b. 1863 Wollongong 14937/1863 d. 1943 Wollongong
  3. (m) Henry Thomas Hunt b. 4/8/1864 Ulladulla 15530/1864
  4. (m) John Thomas Hunt b. 1865 Ulladulla 15917/1865 d. 1936 Thirroul (Elizabeth James * 1896)
  5. (m) George C Hunt b. 1867 Ulladulla 16885/1867
  6. (m) Charles Hunt b. 1868 Ulladulla 17162/1868 d. 11/7/1964 Bulli (Agnes Freurn * 1897)
  7. (f) Sarah Matilda Hunt * b. 1869 Ulladulla 18800/1869 d. 8/11/1958 Croydon Park (William C Dodds 1893)
  8. (m) Negus Edwin Hunt b. 1871 Ulladulla 18366/1871 d. 8/7/1910 Metropolitan Colliery Helensburgh (Rose Cooper *1892)
  9. (m) James Hunt b. 1872 Ulladulla 18477/1872
  10. (f) Elizabeth Ann Hunt * b. 1875 Ulladulla 20579/1875 d. 3/11/1953 Thirroul (Thomas Kenworth 1928)

Living Thirroul in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties. Husband a labourer.

Husband ‘engaged in farming persuits’ around Ulladulla then he moved to Sherbrooke and then they moved to Thirroul about 1894.

Hunt Mary Ann (Furnish)

b. 1828 d. 24/ 2/1894 Kiama br. Kendalls

m. George Hunt (abt 1828 -31/7/1902 Kiama Son of John Hunt & ? ) 6/7/1852 Woodbridge Suffolk

f. John Furnish m. Susan

Ship: 1852

  1. (f) Emma Hunt * b. 1853 Kiama d. 1935 Parramatta (Robert Oscar Kendall 1873)
  2. (f) Jane Elizabeth Hunt * b. 1855 Wesleyan Methodist Wollongong (William Rutter Kendall 1891)
  3. (m) George Hunt b. 1858 Kiama ( Deborah Harriet Mary Furnish 1882)
  4. (m) James Hunt b. 1860 Kiama 7796/1860  d. 17/2/1919 Sanatorium Manly ( Emma Arnold * 1894)
  5. (f) Mary A Hunt b. 1862 Kiama
  6. (m) John Hunt b. 1864 Kiama 8028/1858
  7. (f) Fanny Hunt b. 1867 Kiama d. after 1935
  8. (m) Walter Hunt b. 1870 Kiama 11204/1870 d. 3/5/1940 Sydney ( Elizabeth Laing *1893)

Husband started the first cordial facory and brewery in Kiama.

The Late Mrs. Hunt

On Saturday morning last a shock passed through the community when the sad news became public that one of our oldest, best, and most estimable residents had suddenly passed over to “the great majority.” The intelligence that Mrs. George Hunt Was no more, needless to say, was a great surprise to all she had been known to have suffered lately from an affection of the heart, consequent upon the breaking of a blood vessel some four or five years ago, yet no one apprehended fatal results. But the end came on Satunday morning, and in a very short space of time the sad news went abroad that Mr. Hunt had lost the faithful partner of his life time, their family a good, fond mother, and the community one of its best and most valuable members. The deceased lady, who was sixy-six years of age, at the time of her death, was born in England in 1828, and was married at Woodbridge, county of Suffolk, England, on the 6th of July, 1852. She emigrated to this colony in company with her husband during the same month, arriving in Sydney on the 6th November, 1852, where they resided for several months. They then removed to Windsor, where they resided for a further period of six months, subsequently fixing upon Kiama as their place of residence. During their forty one years sojourn in Kiama she, as well as her husband, secured and maintained a very high place in the esteem of the community at large. Her zealous and thrifty husband founded a comfortable home for his wife and family, in which she who has gone was always looked to as the one from whom sprang the love and true happiness which continuously surrounded that peaceful dwelling. She was an up right and devout member of Christ Church, and had always manifested an intelligent interest in the cause of religion, even though procluded, through the illness from which she has suffered for some four or five years past, from taking a share of active work in that sacred calling. Mrs. Hunt was a thorough believer in true charity, and was never backward in the good work of helping the needy and cousoling the afflicted. She was one of those who do “ good by stealth, and blush to find it fame,” Large hearted, charitable, and amiable, she had proved herself a kind friend to many who had met with misfortune, on their journey through life. Many a one will miss her individually, and the town loses one of its most respected lives.

She leaves a widower, who is well known and esteemed, to mourn the loss of his amiable helpmate for over forty years, and a family of three sons and three daughters to sorrow over the departure of their affectionate mother. Two of her family-a son and a daughter-have proceded her to their rest and reward, but the remaining members of her family, several of whom reside in the district, are well connected and occupy good positions among the inhabitants. The funeral of the deceased lady took place on Monday afternoon last, her remains being consigned to the earth in the private burial ground of the respected Kendall family at Marsdon Hill. (cont) The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser (NSW : 1863 - 1947) Thursday 8 March 1894 p 2

Hunt Mary Florence

d. August? 1935 Helensburgh

m. William James Hunt (1861 Wollongong- 28/12/1953 Sans Souci Son of John Thomas Hunt & Mary Ann Brown *)

f. Laurence J m. Emily

  1. (m) William L Hunt b. 1901 Helensburgh 13259/1901
  2. (f) Emily M Hunt b. 1902 Helensburgh 32217/1902
  3. (m) Harold J Hunt b. 1904 Helensburgh 32871/1904
  4. (m) Arthur A Hunt b. 1909 Helensburgh 37301/1909
  5. (f) Myrtle F Hunt b. 1913 Helensburgh 41878/1913
  6. (f) Lola I Hunt b. 1916 Helensburgh 44073/1916 
  7. (f) Ivy M Hunt b. d. 1923 Helensburgh
  8. (f) Elsie J Hunt b. d. 1925 Helensburgh

Living at Helensburgh in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties

Hunt Ruth Caroline (Gallaway)

b. 1868 Wollongong d. 1899 Helensburgh

m. William James Hunt (1861 Wollongong- 28/12/1953 Sans Souci Son of John Thomas Hunt & Mary Ann Brown *) 1886 Woonona 5670/1886

f. William Gallaway m. Sarah McGilvray *

  1. (m) Charles H Hunt b. 1893 Woonona 39870/1893

Hunt Rose see Mangles

Hunt Sophia Hertz (Martin)

b. d. 14/7/1922 Yarra Bend Vic

m. John Barrett Hunt 1880 Newtown

f. m.

  1. (m) John Barrett Hunt b. 1881 Waterloo d. 1882 Waterloo
  2. (f) Alice B Hunt b. 1883 Waterloo d. 1884 Waterloo
  3. (f) Rose Hunt b. 1885 Wollongong 23531/1885 d. 1890 Brunswick Vic
  4. (f) May Louisa Hunt b. 1886 Waterloo d. 1890 Burnswick Vic

In the Estate Of SOPHIE (or SOPHIA) HUNT otherwise SOPHIA HERTZ HUNT late of the Hospital for the Insane Yarra Bend and formerly of Number 12 Nash-street Brunswick In the State of Victoria Widow deceased intestate and in the matter of Section 123 of Art 1C32 of the Parliament of the said State -WHEREAS the said SOPHIE (or SOPHIA HUNT otherwise SOPHIA HERTZ HUNT died in the said State on the 14th day of July 1922 intestate AND WHEREAS a Rule to administer her Estate was granted by the Supreme Court of the said State to the Curator of the Estates of Deceased Persons for the said State on the 18th day of August 1922 AND WHEREAS JOHN BARRETT HUNT the husband of the said Intestate his not been heard of for many years and would If he had survived the said intestate have been entitled to one half share of the said Estate AND WHEREAS neither the said John Barrett Hunt nor any person claiming through him has made any claim upon the said Curator in respect of the said Estate etc. The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Thursday 30 March 1933 p 7

Hunter Adarie/Adaria Margaret (Luby)

b. NSW? d. 23/7/1946 Fremantle WA br. Karrakatta

m. John Hunter (-13/1/1934 Perth WA) 1886 Sydney

  1. (f) Elsie M Hunter b. 1887 Sydney (John Harrington 1909)
  2. (m) Robert Hunter b. 1889 Sydney (enlistment in WW1 said he was born in Wollongong)
  3. (f) Christina T Hunter b. 1891 Newtown d. 1891 Sydney
  4. (f) Christina Helene Hunter b. 1893 Waverley (Bryne)
  5. (f) Florence E Hunter b. 1895 Wollongong 18429/1895 (Edgar Flanagan 1925)
  6. (m) John Victor Hunter b. 1898 Melbourne Vic
  7. (f) Jane Blackall Hunter b. 1902 Boulder WA
  8. (f) Adaria Hunter b. (McKenzie)

HUNTER.–On July 23, 1946, passed peacefully away at Fremantle, Adaria Margaret Hunter, of 15 Hamersley-street. Cottesloe, widow of the late John Hunter, loving mother of Elsie (Mrs. Harrington), Helene (Mrs. Byrne), Adaria (Mrs. McKenzie), Florence (Mrs. Flanagan), Jean, Robert, and John. The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954) Thursday 25 July 1946 p 1

Living in Boulder City WA when sons enlisted in WW1.

Hunter Annie Frances (Goodwin)

d. 12/5/1933 Neutral Bay br. Northern Suburbs

m. William Ashley Hunter (- 31/7/1926 Killara Son of Ralph Hunter & Ann) 14/7/1891 Melbourne Vic

f. John Goodwin m. Jane

Living at Terralong St Kiama in 1903 Electoral Roll Domestic duties

Husband a storekeeper

A ward of the Kiama hospital was named the Annie Frances Hunter Memorial Ward.

HUNTER—GOODWIN.— July 14, at Dr. Bevan's Church, Melbourne, by the Rev. S. Bryant, William Ashley Hunter to Annie Frances Goodwin. The Sydney Mail and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1871 - 1912) Saturday 15 August 1891 p 387

Bequest to Hospital.

In the will of the late Mrs. Annie Frances Hunter, formerly of Kiama, who died on May 12th, the residue of the estate, after bequests to relatives, is left to a number of charitable institutions in equal portions, including the Kiama District Hospital. The value of the estate, as sworn for probate, was £27,265. Mrs. Hunter, who was a resident of Kiama and a supporter of the hospital for many years, had already shown her generosity by furnishing two wards in the new building as a memorial to her late husband. The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser (NSW : 1863 - 1947) Saturday 12 August 1933 p 2

Hunter Bertha Alice (Tate)

b. b. 30/12/1880 Wollongong d. 6/12/1942 Berrima

m. James Blackburn Hunter (-28/10/1931 Coniston Son of George Green Hunter & Mary ) 1899 Wollongong 8226/1899

f. William Paris Tate m. Eunice Parsons *

  1. (f) Evelyn S Hunter b. 1901 Balmain North d. 1913 Wollongong
  2. (f) Dorothy M Hunter b. 1903 Wollongong 35883/1903 d. 1905 Wollongong
  3. (m) James William B Hunter b. 1905 Wollongong 39368/1905 d. 1965 Gosford
  4. (m) Gordon Hunter b. 1907 Wollongong 19959/1907 d. 1907 Wollongong
  5. (m) Allan T Hunter b. 1909 Wollongong 43618/1909 d. 1910 Wollongong
  6. (f) Phyllis J Hunter b. 1911 Wollongong 23125/1911d. 1912 Wollongong
  7. (m) Harry Hunter b. 1914 Wollongong 52909/1914
  8. (f) Grace Hunter b. 1914 Wollongong 52910/1914 ( John E Evans 1937)
  9. (f) Alice Hunter b. 1916 Wollongong 48962/1916

Living at Burelli St Wollongong in 1903 Electoral Roll Domestic duties Husband a bricklayer.

Hunter Catherine Katie (Hore)

b. 1873 Dapto d. 10/12/1952 Wollongong 32094/1952 br. West Dapto Catholic Cemetery

m. William Hunter ( abt 1870 Greenprints Tasmania- 5/4/1962 Brownsville Son of John Hunter & Catherine) 26/7/1899 St John’s Dapto 6903/1899

f. Charles Joseph Hore m. Margaret Nunan *

  1. (f) Mary Catherine Hunter b. 16/6/1900 Denison St Wollongong (J McCarthy)
  2. (f) Margaret Hunter
  3. (m) Charles W Hunter b. 1906 Wollongong 9535/1906
  4. (m) Patrick Leo Hunter b. 1907 Woonona 42159/1907
  5. (m) Thomas Hunter b. 1910 St Peters
  6. (f) Kathleen G Hunter b. 1912 St Peters
  7. (m) John V Hunter b. 1914 Nowra
  8. (m) Joseph Hunter b. 1916 Nowra

Husband of Eveleigh Railway Staff. Father of Brisbane Grove West Dapto.

HUNTER. Catherine.—December 10, 1952, at her residence, at Brownsville, beloved wife of William Hunter, late of Nowra, and dear mother of Mary (Mrs. J. McCarthy), Madge, Charlie, Leo, Allen, Kathleen (Mrs. Fullagar), Jack, and Frank, aged 78 years. Requiescat in pace. The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Thursday 11 December 1952 p 14

Hunter Cecilia

Living at Flinder St Wollongong in 1903 Electoral Roll Domestic duties Husband a bricklayer.

Hunter Ellen

m. James Hunter

  1. (f) Annette Jane W Hunter * b. d. 1/11/1944 Rosebery (James T Kelly 1912)

Living at Gerringong in 1903 Electoral Roll Domestic duties

Hunter Ellen/Helen

d. 1938 Abermain br. Kurri Kurri

m. George Dunne Brown Hunter (- 27/12/1915 Abermain)

  1. (f) Ellen D Hunter b. 1891 Wollongong 38560/1891 d.
  2. (m) John Hunter b. 1892 Wollongong 39146/1892 d. 1972 Kurri Kurri
  3. (f) Jean Hunter (Ernest Russell 1914)
  4. (f) Jessie Hunter (Reginald Stoke 1928)
  5. (m) George Hunter b. 1904 West Maitland
  6. (f) Elsie I Hunter b. 1906 West Maitland (Ernest Greenwell 1926)
  7. (f) Dorothy E Hunter b. 1908 Kurri Kurri d. 1910 Kurri Kurri
  8. (m) Alexander N Hunter b. 1910 Kurri Kurri d. 1910 Kurri Kurri
  9. (m) James Hunter b. 1913 Kurri Kurri d. 1913 Kurri Kurri
  10. (f) Isabella Hunter b. 1911 Kurri Kurri d. 1911 Kurri Kurri

HUNTER.-The Relatives and Friends of Mr. and Mrs. J. HUNTER, Mr. and. Mrs. W. HUNTER, Mr. and Mrs. G. HUNTER, Mr. and Mrs. E. RUSSELL, Mr. and Mrs. R. STOKES, and Mr. and Mrs. E. GREENWELL and FAMILIES are invited to attend the Funeral of their beloved Mother and Grandmother, HELEN HUNTER, to move from the residence of Mr. George Hunter; Elizabeth-street, Abermain, This Afternoon, at 4 o'clock, for the Presbyterian Cemetery, Kurri Kurri. Newcastle Morning Herald and Miners' Advocate (NSW : 1876 - 1954) Saturday 1 October 1938 p 13

Hunter Ellen C (Williams)

b. 1864 Wollongong d. 1900 Woonona

m. Peter Templeton Hunter (abt 1867 Fife -3/7/1949 Balgownie Son of Alexander Hunter & Elspeth * ) 1890 Wollongong 7721/1890

f. Griffith Williams m. Catherine *

  1. (u) unnamed Hunter b. 1890 Wollongong 38039/1890
  2. (m) Alexander Hunter b. 1892 Wollongong 39072/1892 d. 1963 Wollongong
  3. (m) Griffith Hunter b. 16/2/1895 Balgownie 9256/1895 d. 1955 Wollongong
  4. (m) Peter Templeman Hunter b. 5/1/1897 Balgownie 8764/1897 d. 1977 NSW (Alice Feilding 1920)
  5. (f) Catherine Hunter b. 1898 Woonona 36187/1898 d. 29/12/1898

Hunter Elspeth (Templeman)

b. 1826 d. 21/5/1905 Dunfermline Fife

m. Alexander Hunter (abt 1825 1908 Dunfermline Fife) 3 /1/1849 Dunfermline Fife

  1. (m) John Templeman Hunter b. abt 1860 Fife d. 28/12/1938 Wollongong (Euphemia * Mary Elizabeth Willgoss *)
  2. (m) Peter Templeton Hunter b. abt 1867 Fife d. 3/7/1949 Balgownie (Ellen C Williams * 1890, Frances Campbell * 1901)
  3. (m) Erskine Hunter b. abt 1864 Fife d. 1946 Newtown

Family came to Australia about 1887 returned to Scotland about 1889, this is according to her son Peter’s obituary. Her sons stayed. Husband a coal miner.

Hunter Euphemia

b. abt 1862 Fife d. 1893 Wollongong

m. John Templeman Hunter ( abt 1860 Fife -28/12/1938 Wollongong Son of Alexander Hunter & Elspeth Templeman *)

f. John m. Johanna

Ship: Aberdeen 1885

  1. (f) Johan Penman Hunter b. abt 1884 Fife d. 1953 Molong (Samuel Bowerman 1904)
  2. (f) Elspeth Templeman Hunter b. 1886 Wollongong 24245/1886 d. 1959 Wollongong (William H T Summers 1912)
  3. (m) Alexander Hunter b. 1888 Wollongong 25740/1888 d. 1977

Husband a miner.

Hunter Frances Catherine (Campbell)

d. 20/9/1914 Wollongong br. Wollongong

m. Peter Templeman Hunter (abt 1867 Fife-3/7/1949 Balgownie Son of Alexander Hunter & Elspeth Templeman *) 1901 Wollongong 7902/1901

f. John Campbell m. Charlotte

Living at Balgownie in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties Husband a miner.

Hunter Jane Mary (then Carson)

d. 10/12/1908 Wollongong

f. Robert m. Elizabeth

  1. (f) Robina M Carson * (Albert C J Coulter 1901)

HUNTER— In loving memory of my dear mother, Jenny Mary Carson Hunter, who departed this life December 10,

1908; aged 72 Inserted by her loving daughter, Robina Coulter. South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus (NSW : 1900 - 1954) Friday 8 December 1911 p 15

Hunter Jane (Chapman)

b. abt 1867 d. 15/5/1944 Sydney br. Rookwood

m. Peter Scott Hunter (- 1937 Lidcombe) 1884 Campbelltown

f. James Chapman m. Jane

  1. (f) Elizabeth B Hunter b. 1885 Campbelltown
  2. (m) Archibald Allan Hunter b. 1887 Wagga Wagga d. 1940 Coffs Harbour
  3. (m) James W Hunter b. 1889 Glebe
  4. (f) Christina C Hunter b. 1891 Gosford d. 1891 Gosford
  5. (m) Frederick P S Hunter b. 1892 Gosford d. 1894 Campbelltown
  6. (f) Alice M Hunter b. 1895 Campbelltown
  7. (f) Agnes M C Hunter b. 1896 Camden
  8. (f) Emily M Hunter b. d. 1902 Wollongong
  9. (f) Edith J Hunter b. 1901 Wollongong 18300/1901
  10. (m) Walter H Hunter b. 1904 Wollongong 28511/1904 d. 1905 Wollongong
  11. (m) Albert E V Hunter b. 1906 Wollongong 9512/1906
  12. (f) Jessie J Hunter b. 1911 Dubbo

Living at Burelli St Wollongong in 1903 Electoral Roll Domestic duties Husband a bricklayer.

HUNTER.-May 15, 1944 (suddenly), at Sydney Hospital, Jane Hunter (late of Lakemba), relict of the late Peter Scott Hunter, and loved mother of Elizabeth, James, Alice, Agnes, Albert, and Jessie, aged 77 years. At rest. The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW: 1842 - 1954) Tuesday 16 May 1944 p 10

Hunter Jane Murray

m. John Ralph Hunter (abt 1869 - 24/7/1919 Campbelltown)

  1. (f) Hunter

Living at Keira St Wollongong in 1903 Electoral Roll Domestic duties

Husband a religious instructor

Hunter Kate

Living at South Clifton in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties

With William Hunter a railway guard

Hunter Margaret Jane (Spervart/Spowart)

b.abt 1878 d. 11/1/1967

m. William James Hunter (abt 1868- 9/1/1935 Kyle Bay, South Hurstville) 1899 Woonona 6903/1899

f. James Stowart m. Hannah Crawford *

  1. (f) Wilhelmina Pearl Hunter b. 1896 Woonona 36290/1896 d. 8/2/1942 Brisbane Qld (Leslie H Jorgensen 1921)
  2. (m) William Joseph Hunter b. 1898 Woonona 27234/1898 d. 1/12/1898 Bulli
  3. (f) Georgina Ann Hunter b. 6/8/1900 d. 2/8/1922
  4. (m) John T Hunter b. 1903 Helensburgh
  5. (f) Ann Summerson Hunter b. 1908 Helensburgh d. 26/9/1908
  6. (m) William Spowart Hunter b. 1910 Helensburgh

Husband found drowned he was noted as a resident of Helensburgh

Living at Helensburgh in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties. Husband a blacksmith.

Hunter Mary Ann

m. John Hunter

  1. (m) George Dunne Brown Hunter b. 1890 Wollongong 38132/1890d. 1942 Abermain (Minnie )
  2. (f) Janet W Hunter b. 1892 Wollongong 38982/1892

Hunter Mary Elizabeth (Willgoss then Cockburn)

b. 1856 Hackney London d. 17/1/1909 Balgownie br. Wollongong

m. Edward Cockburn ( abt 1852 -22/7/1904 Corrimal) 1894 Sydney

m. John Templeman Hunter ( abt 1860 Fife -28/12/1938 Wollongong Son of Alexander Hunter & Elspeth Templeman * ) 1905 Redfern

f. Henry Willgoss m. Eliza Rolfe

Living at Clifton in 1903 Electoral Roll- (listed as Cockburn)

First husband died from injuries and is buried Wollongong General CofE. Husband had been previously married to Susan Sophia and had three sons; John, George and Edward Thomas.

HUNTER. — January 17, at her residence, Balgownie, Mary Elizabeth Hunter. The Sydney Mail and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW: 1871 - 1912) Wednesday 27 January 1909 p 60

Father a silk merchant one of the first to sell and buy into Japan, her younger brother was born at Yokohama Japan in 1864.

Hunter Mary Ellen (Annesley)

d. 1941 Lithgow

m. John Carson Hunter (abt 1865 Glasgow Scotland -1945 Lithgow Son of George Hunter & Jane ) 1897 Newtown

f. James Annesley m. Mary

  1. (f) Mary C Hunter b. 1899 Helensburgh 3683/1899 (William Muir 1919)
  2. (f) Hilda J M Hunter b. 1901 Woonona 28282/1901
  3. (f) Emily A Hunter b. 1903 Woonona 26856/1903 (Percy Farthing 1928)
  4. (m) George C Hunter b. 1905 Helensburg 33900/1905
  5. (m) John Carson Hunter b. 1908 Woonona 10403/1908 d. 1927 Katoomba
  6. (f) Violet Evelyn Carson Hunter b. 1910 Woonona 22108/1910 (Edward Farrell 1937 )
  7. (f) Elizabeth Hunter b. 1913 Woonona 13026/1913 
  8. (m) Harold J Hunter b. 1915 Woonona 48011/1915 
  9. (f) Clara E M Hunter ( Bernard Fitzpatrick 1935)
  10. (m) Robert James Hunter b. 23/11/1920 Sydney d. 13/12/1942 PNG

Living at Clifton in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties

Huntley Mary Edith (Paterson)

d. 22/1/1950 Turramurra cr.

m. Guy Ernest Huntley (abt 1877- 10/6/1953 Turramurra) 1900 Ryde

f. Andrew Bogle Paterson m. Rose Isabella Barton

  1. (f) Isabel Huntley b. 1901 Wollongong 37565/1901
  2. (m) Hamilton Reyonlds Huntley b. 1912 Hunters Hill (Alison Ellis 1937)

She was the sister of Banjo Paterson. Husband an engineer.

Mr. Guy Huntley, who has filled the position of electrical engineer oh the Illawarra line for some time past, leaves shortly (with Mrs. Huntley) for a trip to England. He expects to be away a year, and hopes during that time to materially advance himself in the Science of electrical engineering. South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus (NSW : 1900 - 1954) Saturday 20 December 1902 p 8

HUNTLEY Mary Edith.—January 22, 1950, at Turramurra, beloved wife of Guy Huntley and loved mother of Isabel and Hamilton Privately cremated The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Wednesday 25 January 1950 p 32

Huntley Annie (Lewis)

b. 1868 Rhonda Valley Wales d. 1960 Islington br. Sandgate

m. William Edgar Huntley (26/3/1871 Cardiff Wales- 25 /11/1938 Newcastle Hospital Son of Thomas Sellwood Huntley & Ellen Willetts ) 1899 Balmain South

f. William Henry Lewis m. Hannah

  1. (m) Ewart Selwood Huntley b. 1900 Albion Park 9969/1900 
  2. (f) Muriel E Huntley b. 1902 Glebe
  3. (m) Edgar Gordon Huntley b. 1904 Wallsend
  4. (f) Beatrice Vera Banche Huntley b. 1908 Plattsburgh
  5. (f) Bryel Estelle Huntley b. 1912 Plattsburg

Hurford Bridget (Buckley)

m. John Henry Davies Hurford ( Son of James Hurford) 17/8/1887 Sydney 1189/1887

f. John Buckley m. Isabella Moore * see Dwyer

  1. (m) Frederick J Hurford b. 1888 Sydney d. 1888 Sydney

Hurlston Hannah Cousins (Cornford)

b. 10/9/1879 Gerringong 15872/1879 d. 3/7/1955

m. Walter E Hurlston 1902 Kiama

f. Walter Cornford m. Esther Cousins *

  1. (m) Alfred G Hurlston b. 1903 Redfern
  2. (m) Everard E Hurlston b. 1907 Leichhardt
  3. (f) Esther O Hurslton b. 1909 Petersham

Living at Terralong St Kiama in 1903 Electoral Roll- domestic duties (Note under maiden name even though was married in 1902)

Hurnall Bridget (McAuliffe)

b. 1869 Jamberoo d. 20/9/1952 Lismore br. Lismore

m. Frederick Horace Hurnall (-abt 1910) 1896 Kiama 5362/1896

f. William McAuliffe m. Jane

  1. (f) Blanche B Hurnall b. 1898 Kiama 4148/1898 d. abt 1930 (John T Jones 1925 )
  2. (m) William John Hurnall b. 1905 Murwillumbah d. 1953 Lismore (Isabella Kirkland 1928)


A well-known Lismore identity, Mrs. Bridget Hurnall (83), who had lived at High Street, Lismore, until entering St. Joseph's Hospice over two years ago, died at the Hospice on Saturday morning.

Mrs. Hurnall had lived in the Lismore district for the past 54 years. Born at Jamberoo, she married at Kiama the late Francis Horace Hurnall, who died over 40 years ago. She had always been a devout member of her church. Mrs. Hurnall had lived for about two years at Kyogle. A daughter, Mrs. Blanche Jones, wife of the late Dr. Jones, died at Kyogle nearly twenty years ago. One son, Mr. W. J. Hurnall, survives. In addition, two brothers, Mr. William McAuliffe and Mr. Michael McAuliffe, both of High Street, survive her. Mrs. Hurnall was buried in Lismore yesterday afternoon. Northern Star (Lismore, NSW : 1876 - 1954) Monday 22 September 1952 p 5

Hurry Sarah (Denniss)

b. 27/11/1831 Appledore Kent d. 5/4/1925 Albion Park, bur: Albion Park

m. Lionel Hurry (abt 1842 Weston Colville Cambridgshire- Son of Edward Hurry & Elizabeth) 13/7/1861 Macquarie Rivulet 1963/1861

f. Richard Denniss m. Sarah Gillett

Ship: 1838 “Westminster”

  1. (f) Albertina Rachel Hurry b. 27/3/1872 Albion Park 19610/1872 d. 1/8/1966

Husband was several years younger than his wife. He was possibly working a clearing lease at the time of his marriage. However, for most of his life he contracted for labour on farms in the area. Settled in a small slab house in Albion Park called Pine Cottage. It was surrounded by pine trees and had a small orchard. Their daughter, Albertina, lived in the house until her death in 1966. Today, the kitchen area of this house and much of Lionel's bush carpentry is preserved in the Wollongong Museum.

Hurry Sarah (Jolliffe)

b. 11/3/1851 Somerset England d. 8/9/1916 Berkeley br. Berkeley

m. Napoleon Austin Hanese Lucas Hurry (abt 1843 Weston Colville Cambridgshire-15/3/1927 Wollongong) 1869 Wollongong 3767/1869

f. Thomas Jolliffe m. Elizabeth Shepherd /Curry *

Ship: Tartar 1857

  1. (f) Elizabeth Esther Hurry * b. 7/10/1969 Wollongong 19930/1869 d. 2/10/1932 (William Chilby 1894)
  2. (f) Ellen Hurry * b. 14/11/1870 Wollongong 19081/1870 d. 1964 (William Chinnocks 1888)
  3. (f) Eve Cluenda Sarah Agnes Hurry * b. 28/6/1872 Wollongong 19571/1872 d. 23/11/1957  (Thomas Stone 1894)
  4. (f) Emily Jane Shepherd Hurry * b. 1873 Wollongong 20816/1873 d. 1894 (James Chilby 1893)
  5. (m) Edmond Thomas Hurry b. 22/8/1874 Wollongong 21565/1874 d. 24/4/1896 Kembla Grange
  6. (m) Herbert Hurry b. 1876 Wollongong 22473/1876 d. 1876
  7. (m) Herbert Albert Hurry b. 31/10/1877 Wollongong 23178/1877 d. 4/10/1965 Balgownie (Eliza J Stone 1906, May McSweeney )
  8. (f) Albertina Rachael Hurry * b. 29/11/1880 Wollongong 27273/1880 (William Russell 1916)
  9. (m) Arthur Hurry b. 24/12/1880 Wollongong 18781/1881 d. 14/8/1940 Unanderra
  10. (f) Ethel May Hurry b. 21/7/1882 Wollongong 19599/1882 d. 22/5/1961 (Thomas E Chilby 1920)
  11. (f) Sarah Louisa Hurry b. 4/10/1883 Wollongong 21134/1883 d. 4/10/1984 (Arthur Stone 1905)
  12. (m) William Lionel Hurry b. 11/3/1888 Wollongong 25563/1888 d. 16/5/1955 Wollongong (Daisy Agnes Jolliffe 1910)
  13. (m) Austin Hyness Hurry b. 24/12/1889 Wollongong 37845/1890 d. 28/10/1953 Mt Kembla ( Ivy Eileen Devine 1920)
  14. (f) Celia Rosina Hurry b. 27/10/ 1891 Wollongong 38588/1891 d. 11/6/1929 Canowindra (William A Jolliffe 1912)
  15. (m) Ernest Robert Hurry b. 18/3/ 1893 Kembla Grange 39231/1893 d. 26/7/1978 Bulli (Eldora Frances T Reiman 1921 )

Living Farmborough in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties

Hurst Eliza (Bridge)

b. 25/12/1855 Gerringong d. 27/6/1946 Clunes br. Clunes

m. James David Hurst (2/9/1851 Newtown- 20/7/1919 Clunes Son of James David Hurst & Sarah Gardner) 1/9/1887 Glebe

f. James Bridge m. Catherine Gannon

  1. (m) Sidney Alfred Hurst b. 1878 Newtown d. 1942 Moss Vale ( Elizabeth Davis)
  2. (m) James David Hurst b. 9/2/1880 Gerringong 16686/1880
  3. (m) Ernest Richard Hurst b. 1882 (Sarah Ann Hambly 1905)
  4. (f) Elsie Sarah Hurst b. 1884 Newtown (James Ernest Hambly 1906)
  5. (m) Stephen John Hurst b. 24/3/1886 Gerringong 25042/1886 d. 1/8/1975 Zetland
  6. (f) Daisy Ethel Hurst b. 21/3/1888 Gerringong 26301/1888 ( Ambrose Thomas Henry East)
  7. (f) Myrtle M Hurst b. 1890 Newtown
  8. (f) Olive Grace Hurst b. 21/12/1893 Kiama 17564/1894 d. 24/12/1893 Kiama

Living at Minnamurra St Kiama in 1903 Electoral Roll Domestic duties

Hurst Elizabeth see Host

Hurst Emma (Sullivan)

b. 1866 Wellington d. 6/5/1944 Petersham

m. James Hurst (-1905 Orange)

f. James Sullivan m. Jane

  1. (f) Laurel R Sullivan b. 1892 Orange
  2. (m) Cecil James Hurst b. 1894 Helensburgh 16146/1894 d. 1959 Vic
  3. (m) Mervyn R Hurst b. 1896 Wellington
  4. (m) Ronald E Hurst b. 1901 Wellington d. 1911 Orange

The death occurred at Braywood Private Hospital. Petersham, on Saturday. May 6, after a long Illness of Mrs. Emma Hurst, an old Identity of Orange, where she was familiarly known to a host of old friends as “Mark.“ Orange was her home for just on forty years, but due to her health, of late years, the usually spent the winters In Sydney, returning home only for the summers. Her husband, James Hurst predeceased her 35 years ago. She was a daughter the late James Sullivan of Kerr's Creek. Two sons, Cecil (Melbourne) Mervyn (Forbes), and two daughters. Laurel and Mill (both of Sydney) are left to mourn her loss. Leader (Orange, NSW : 1899 - 1945) Friday 12 May 1944 Page 2

Hurst Susannah Wean (Ross)

b. abt 1821 Burbage Leicestershire d. 30/7/1907 Bathurst

m. Rev. George Hurst (26/9/1816 Burbage Leicestershire -1/7/1885 Son of Benjamin Hurst & Elizabeth Dudley) 1842 Burbage Leicestershire

f. Thomas Ross m. Mary

Ship: abt 1856

  1. (m) Benajmin J Hurst b. abt 1845 Abingdon Berkshire d. 9/2/1864 Sydney
  2. (f) Susan Hurst b. abt 1847 Dean Forest Gloucestershire d. 1931 Katoomba
  3. (f) Mary Elizabeth Hurst b. abt 1848 Stoke Upon Trent Staffordshire d. 29/8/1879 Concord (George Horatio Holmes 1871)
  4. (m) Dr George Hurst b. d. 1922 Katoomba (Lillie McCullock 1883)
  5. (f) Ann Ward Hurst b. d. 3/9/1882 Canterbury
  6. (f) Alice E Hurst b. d. 1888
  7. (f) Emma Hurst b. 1861 Sydney d. 1861 Sydney
  8. (f) Louisa Hurst b. 1861 Sydney d. 1861 Sydney
  9. (m) Edwin Hurst b. 1863 Sydney d. 1882 Canterbury
  10. (m) Herbert Hurst b. 1865 Wollongong 16953/1865 d. 1886 Canterbury

HURST — On the 30th ins. at ' Viwa,' Bathurst, Susannah Wean, relict of the late Rev. George Hurst, of ' Rossleigh,' Burwood, in the 87th year of her age. The Methodist (Sydney, NSW : 1892 - 1954) Saturday 3 August 1907 p 6

Hurt Annie Maria (Staff)

b. abt 1848 d. 23/9/1931 Berkeley br. Wollongong General

m. John Francis Hurt (1842 bp. CofE Dapto: Wollongong -31/7/1921 Son of William Hurt & Sarah *) 1871 Wollongong 3878/1871

f. Joseph Staff m. Caroline Neale *

  1. (m) William Henry Hurt b. 1872 Wollongong 19693/1872 d. 1938 Wollongong ( Ellen Melinda Duncan * 1895)
  2. (m) Francis Crathorne Hurt b. 1874 Wollongong 21445/1872 d. 12/12/1875 aged 1 year and 1 month
  3. (m) Leonard Crathorne Hurt b. 1878 Wollongong 24702/1878 d. 7/9/1942 (Eliza M Potter 1906)
  4. (f) Caroline Elizabeth Hurt * b. 6/6/1876 Wollongong 22568/1876 d. 7/1/1955 Unanderra ( George Fackender 1900)
  5. (m) John Francis Hurt b. 1880 Wollongong 27506/1880 d. 1/2/1897 Berkeley aged 17 years
  6. (f) Alice E Hurt b. 1882 Wollongong 19611/1882 (Arthur W Ikin 1905)
  7. (m) George E S Hurt b. 1884 Wollongong 22903/1884 d. 1967 Wollongong
  8. (f) Emily M Hurt b. 1887 Wollongong 2459/1887 (Fred Vause 1912)
  9. (m) Henry E Hurt b. 1889 Wollongong 24356/1889
  10. (m) Charles A Hurt b. 1891 Wollongong 38557/1891
  11. (m) Oswald A Hurt b. 1897 Wollongong 17928/1897

Living Berkeley in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties. Husband a farmer.


One of the pioneers of the Illawarra District passed peacefully away at midnight on Saturday in the person of Mrs. Annie Maria Hurt, relict of the late John Francis Hurt, of Berkeley.

She was a devoutly religious woman and a great lover of her home and family, and a good neighbour and friend. She was born 83 years and ten months ago at Gravesend, Kent, England. At the age of three years she left for Australia with her parents, the late Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Staff, who, upon arrival in New South Wales, settled at Daisy Bank, Dapto. In the year 1871, when 23 years of age, she was married at the C. of E., Brownsville, the Rev. Thomas Ewing officiating. After her marriage she went to live at Goondarin Creek, where her husband conducted a saw mill in conjunction with his brother.

Travel to the locality in those days was an undertaking, and often when members of the family were returning from Wollongong with supplied they had to be met on the road up Mt. Keira with two yoked bullocks, to help pull the vehicle up the hill. About 36 years age her husband purchased a farm on the Berkeley Estate, where she has resided ever since. The issue of the marriage was a family of eleven children, of whom nine survive, viz., Ald. W. H. Hurt (Wollongong), Mr. Leonard Hurt (Mt. Pleasant), Mr. Geo. Hurt (Thirroul), Mr. Harry Hurt (Unanderra), Mr. Charles Hurt (Dapto), Mr. Oswald Hurt (Gerringong), Mesdames Fackender (Unanderra), Iken (Chatswood), Vause (Unanderra). There are 35 grand children and 11 great grand

The remains were interred in the Wollongong Methodist Cemetery, on Monday, beside those of her late husband, who predeceased her by ten years. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Friday 30 October 1931 p 5

Hurt Eliza Jane (Brown then Hunt)

b. abt 1858 Cordeaux River d. 7/11/1942 Moss Vale br. Wollongong General

m. Henry Ernest Hurt (1845 bp. CofE Dapto: Wollongong -10/11/1886 Goodarin Creek Mt Keira Son of William Hurt & Sarah *) 25/12/1875 Wollongong 4489/1875

m. William Hunt (abt 1831 - 25/11/1917 Unanderra Son of William Hurt & Sarah *) 1892 Wollongong

f. James Brown m. Elizabeth

  1. (f) Sarah Elizabeth Hurt b. 1876 Wollongong 22617/1876 d. 1963 Sydeny
  2. (m) William J Hurt b. 1878 Wollongong 24710/1878 
  3. (f) Mary Ann A Hurt b. 1879 Wollongong 26113/1879 d. 1960 Chatswood
  4. (f) Maria Johanna Hurt b. 1881 Wollongong 23505/1885 d. 1881 Wollongong
  5. (m) William George C Hurt b. 1883 Wollongong 20969/1883 d. 1955 Wollongong
  6. (f) Maria J F Hurt b. 1885 Wollongong (Reginald Makin 1912)
  7. (m) Francis Norman Hurt b. 1892 Wollongong 3911/1892 d. 1971 Wollongong
  8. (m) Johanna M Hurt b. 1895 Wollongong 18435/1895 (Samuel Dally 1917)
  9. (m) Thomas Wade Hurt b. 1899 Wollongong 8501/1899 d. 1986

Living Unanderra in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties

HURT— BROWN. — December1 25th, at Wollongong, by the Rev. J. A. Stuart, Henry Ernest, fourth son of the late William Hurt, of Wollongong, to Eliza Jane, eldest daughter of James Brown', of Goondarrin Creek, Wollongong. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Friday 31 December 1875 p 2


A member of the well known Brown family of Keira and Cordeaux River, Mrs. Eliza Jane Hurt died at her Residence 32 Chapman street Moss Vale on Saturday

Born at Cordeaux River, 84 years ago; she was the eldest daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. James Brown.

She married the late Mr. Harry Hurt who was a farmer, and saw miller at Goondarin Creek, and some years after, his death she married his brother the late Mr. William Hurt.

Following the death of her second husband she moved in to West Wollongong.

About three years ago she moved to Moss Vale.

The late Mrs. Hurt, had been actively associated with many activities, in connection with the Presbyterian Church until failing health prevented her from this work which she so loved.

She leaves a family of seven, four by her first marriage, William (Wollongong), Sarah, Mary and Dinah (Mrs. R. N. Makin) all of Cross Roads, Wollongong, and three by her second, Joan (Mrs. Dally, Parramatta) , Frank (Cross-roads) and Thomas (Sydney.)

The late Mrs. Hurt was one of a family of twelve, the five surviving members being Arthur (Mt. Keira), Joseph (Hawkesbury

River), Jack (Mt. Keira) Hercules (Wollongong) and Elizabeth (Mrs. Anderson, Robertson)

The funeral took place on Sunday, the remains being interred in the Wollongong Presbyterian Cemetery. South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus (NSW : 1900 - 1954) Friday 13 November 1942 p 11

Hurt Elizabeth (Buckland)

b. 10/12/1849 American Creek d. 10/2/1926 Haberfield br. Rookwood

m. Charles Crathorne Hurt (1847 bp. CofE Dapto: Wollongong – 1923 Ashfield Son of William Hurt & Sarah *)18/4/1870 Wollongong 3733/1870

f. John Buckland m. Mary Ann Fisher Organ *

  1. (m) Charles William Hurt b. 1871 Wollongong 19631/1871
  2. (f) Ethel Mary A Hurt b. 12/5/1874 Keira Cottage Wollongong 21486/1874
  3. (f) Florence Hurt b. 1878 Newcastle 18209/1878
  4. (m) Percy Hurt b. 1881 Newcastle 23240/1881

HURT — BUCKLAND. — On the 18th April, by special license, by the Rev. T. C. Ewing, Charles Crathorn Hurt, youngest son of Mr William Hurt, engineer, Para Creek, to Elizabeth, second daughter of Mr John Buckland, Dapto road, late of Kent, England. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Friday 22 April 1870 p 2

HURT.— At Keira Cottage, Wollongong, on the 12th May, 1874, the wife of Charles Crathorne Hurt, of a daughter. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Friday 29 May 1874 p 2


Mrs. Elizabeth Hurt, widow of the late Charles Crathorne Hurt, died at her residence, Gabriel, 13 Turner-aveuue, Haberfield, on February 10. She was a well-known resident of Illawarra and Newcastle districts.

Mrs Hurt, was in her 76th year, and left three children—-Mrs. Florence Newton, Mr. Charles William Hurt (manager Government Savings Bank, southern branch), and Mr. Percy Hurt (High School, Manly)—-four grand-children, and three great-grandchildren.The interment in the Church of England Cemetery, Rookwood, on Thursday, was preceded by a service at the house, conducted by the Rev. A. J. Fraser, who officiated also at the grave.

The principal mourners were Messrs. Charles. William, and Percy Hurt (sons), Eric and Percy Hurt (grandsons), G. Buckland (brother), J. Lingurd (brother-in-law), S. Lingard, C. Costello, E. Mathieson, and J. Fitch (nephews). The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW: 1842 - 1954) Saturday 13 February 1926 p 16

Hurt Ellen Melinda (Duncan)

b. 1875 Illawarra d. 25/2/1940 West Wollongong br. Wollongong General

m. William Henry Hurt ( 1872 -26/4/1938 Wollongong Son of John Francis Hurt & Annie Maria Staff *) 1895

f. John Locke Duncan m. Mary Barrett *

  1. (m) Reginald Stanley Hurt b. 1896 Wollongong 18033/1896 d. 18/6/1962 (Charlotte Ring 1919)
  2. (m) John Francis Hurt b. 1897 Goondarin Creek Mt Keira 27695/1897 d. 1970 Wollongong ( Ruby Johnson 1919)
  3. (f) Florence Ethel M Hurt b. 1899 Wollongong 8484/1899 d. 1984 Wollongong ( Harold Dredge 1923)

Living Mount Keira in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties

Late Mrs. E. M. Hurt

On Sunday last the death occurred of Mrs. Ellen Melirida Hurt, widow of the late Ald. W. H. Hurt and beloved mother of Reginald, John and Ethel (Mrs. H. Dredge).

The late Mrs. Hurt, who was 64 years of age, had practically never recovered from the irreparable loss she sustained by the death of her devoted husband, although at times, she was bright and cheerful.

She resided with her son, Reginald, at 31 Norman street, West Wollongong, and it was there that the end came to a loving mother, whose memory will for ever be cherished.

The late Ald. Hurt was a valued citizen and one who did his utmost to further the interests of the town and district, so that it will readily be understood that the late Mrs. Hurt must have made great sacrifices to permit of her late husband accomplishing all the good work he had succeeded in doing as an alderman and as a citizen.

After a short service at St. Michales , Church on Monday afternoon the remains were laid to rest in the C. of E. cemetery, Wollongong, Edward Walker, Rural Dean, administering the last sad rites.

The sympathy of a very wide circle of friends is extended to the bereaved relatives South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus (NSW : 1900 - 1954) Friday 1 March 1940 p 20

Hurt Isabella Baird (Blake)

d. 1911 Balmain South

m. William G Hurt 1907

f. Alexander Baird Blake m. Christina Galbraith *

Living Mount Keira in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties

Hurt Sarah

b. abt 1802 d. 1851 Presbyterian Sydney

m. William Hurt (abt 1800 -10/9/1870 Fairy Meadow Son of Thomas Hurt )

Ship: abt

  1. (f) Sarah Crathorne Hurt * b. abt 1822 d. 1875 Sydney ( Henry Organ 1843)
  2. (m) William Hurt b. abt 1831 d. 25/11/1917 Wollongong (Eliza Jane Brown *1892)
  3. (f) Maria Josephine Hurt b. 1834 CofE Sydney St James
  4. (f) Mary A Hurt b. 1837 CofE Sydney St James
  5. (m) John Francis Hurt b. 1842 bp. CofE Dapto: Wollongong d. 1921 (Annie Maria Staff * 1871)
  6. (m) Henry Ernest Hurt b. 1845 bp. CofE Dapto: Wollongong d. 10/11/1886 Goodarin Creek Mt Keira (Eliza Jane Brown *1875)
  7. (m) Charles Craythorn Hurt b. 1847 bp. CofE Dapto: Wollongong (Elizabeth Buckland * 1870)

Hustler Henrietta Frances

b. abt 1821 d. 1/2/1907 br. Kiama General

Ship: Light of Age 185?

Occupation: School teacher

Living at Terralong St Kiama in 1903 Electoral Roll Domestic duties

Miss HUSTLER.-On reference to our advertising columns it will be seen that the educational, including of course the moral, qualities of this lady, who for twenty-nine years has held the position of tutor of the youth-especially of the female youth-of this town and neighbourhood, is being to, cognised in a neat satisfactory substantial form. Many of our readers will remember the celebrated seminary or school for many years conducted by Miss Hindmnarh at Daisy Bank, now the residence of M. N. Hindmarsh, Esq., J.P.; and it may not be out of place to observe that Miss Hustler was one, if not the chief tutor in that establishment for some time, and that she has ever since conducted a similar institution in the town of Kiama on her own account, with credit to herself and satisfaction to parents, and, we may add, to the pupils also who have been entrusted to her educational and almost maternal care. The appreciation and liberality of her many friends is, doubtless, worthy of all praise, but at the same time it is equalled by the good lady's long and valuable services in the district. The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser (NSW: 1863 - 1947) Tuesday 13 January 1885

Hustwick Emma Lewis (Doubleday)

b. abt 1856 Liverpool Lancashire d. 1910 West Derby

m. Charles F Hustwick (abt 1854 Liverpool Lancashire – 1816 West Derby) 1874 West Derby

Ship: Warwick 1884

  1. (m) Charles Hustwick b. abt Liverpool 1876 Lancashire
  2. (m) Frank Hustwick b. abt 1879 Liverpool Lancashire
  3. (f) Ethel Hustwick b. abt 1880 Liverpool Lancashire
  4. (m) Percival R Hustwick b. abt 1884 Lancashire d. 1884 Kiama
  5. (f) Florence Hustwick b. 1884 Kiama 23499/1884
  6. (m) Alfred Hustwick b. 1887 Kiama 25720/1887
  7. (m) Sydney Ralph Hustwick b. 1891 Kiama 18114/1891 d. 1893 West Derby

Husband sold a Kiama cottage, buggy house and stable in 1894. Husband a house painter.

Returned to England. In 1901 they were living at Toxteth Park, Lancashire.

Hutchinson Anne (Grey)

b. abt 1828 Easington, Durham d. 4/8/1859 Mt Keira

m. Robert Hutchinson 1856 Sunderland Durham

f. Abraham Grey m. Mary

Ship Palmyra 1859 listed as Grey

  1. Hutchinson


An inquest was held by S. S. Rogers, Esq , Coroner for this district, on the body of Mrs Anne Hutchinson, residing at her father's house, near Wallsend Cottage, Mount Keira Coal Mines, on Friday Inst.

A very respectable jury was sworn, of which Mr Alderman Robson was foreman.

The deceased was daughter of Mr Abraham Grey, who is a miner, and the widow of Mr Robt. Hutchison, formerly of Easington, Durham, England. It appeared that, in addition to the death of her husband, their only child, had also died.

These losses occasioned the deceased much and continuous grief, so much so, indeed, that her spirits and mind were at times deeply affected.

The Coroner and jury having viewed the body, the following evidence was adduced : —

Mrs Emily Peel, a neighbor of the deceased, deposed I have this day seen the body of the deceased, with whom I have been acquainted since the 27th January last; she was always very much depressed in spirits, which witness attributed to the losses deceased had sustained in the deaths of her husband and child, and as the deceased in formed deponent ; I left England on the 13th Feb. Inst, in the ship Palmyra, with the deceased ; it was my opinion and that of others on board the Palmyra, that the deceased was not always right in her mind.

Eleanor Gray deposed that the deceased was her sister, and about 31 years of age, and corroborated Mrs Peel's evidence as to her depression of spirits, with strangeness of conduct at times, brought on by excessive grief at the losses by death she had suffered ; that, on Thursday morning last, the deceased was in her usual health, but that, after rising to take in the milk at the door, returned to bed, and afterwards got up and walked about in her night dress; there had been a dispute between the deceased and her and her sister, Mary Grey, in which witness took a slight part, as to the deceased not having stirred the fire and prepared the breakfast ; Mary Grey then went to the coal mines with her father's breakfast, and when she had left, the deceased talked to witness about her late husband and his friends ; there was no dispute after my sister Mary left; soon after ten o'clock on Thursday morning last, I went to Mr Peel's house, where I remained till ten minutes before eleven o'clock, when I returned to my father's house and found tho front door closed but not about I then stirred the fire, and, not seeing the deceased, went to the bedroom door, which also was closed ; not being able to push it open at once, I concluded tbhe deceased was hiding from me, us she would sometimes act in a very silly and childish way ; but, on looking Hup, I observed a red pocket handkerchief fastened over the bedroom door to the tie-beam of the house ; I then ran out of tbe house to our nearest neighbor, Mr Chudleigh, and alarmed him ; he went to my father's house by himself; I believe the deceased was at times affected in her mind from the strange way in which she acted.

Bring subsequently re-sworn, this witness said : When I left my father's house on Thursday morning, and the deceased in it, the window-shutter of the bedroom in which the dccoased Anne Hutchinson was found hung, was opened, and it must have been closed and fastened by the deceased previous to her death.

MrJ JohnChudleigh, being sworn said : — On Thursday, the 4th instant, about eleven o'clock in tbe forenoon, whilst working in my garden, my daughter-in-law, Susan Chudleigh, called to me and desired I would go to the house of my neighbor, Abraham Gray, one of whose daughters had hung herself; on going to his house, and entering his sitting-room, I found the bedroom door closed ; I had great difficulty in opening the door; on entering the bedroom the window-shuttor was closed, and the room so dark I could scarcely see anything : I opened the shutter, and found the deceased, Anne Hutchinson, who I had previously known, suspended by the neck by the means of a red cotton handkerchief, whioh I now produce ; I went to the Waiting-room immediately, and, procuring a knife, cut tbe handerchief, when, being unable to support the weight of the body, it fell to the ground ; I laid the body on its left side on the floor in the bedroom ; at tbo timo of my placing the bsody on its side, the deceased appoared to me to be quite dead the tongue protruded, and was a little swollen, and the lips wero very dark; I then went out to seek assistance, and, with such assistance, placed the body in the bed ; I was well acquainted with the deceased, Anne Hutchinson, since she has been my neighbor — that is, for about six weeks ; she always appeared to me to bo an intelligent, well informed young woman ; I never saw or know anything in her which would lead me to suspect or imagine her mind was affected, but, on the contrary, she appeared always reasonable ; the window-shutter was fastened on the inside.

Mary Grey, sworn, stated : I have this day seen the body of my late sister, Anne Hutchinson, the deceased ; I cannot account for the marks on her forehead and cheek ; On Monday morning last the deceased appeared to be in her usual state of health, which was good; it was her custom to got up and prepare breakfast for the family, but that morning, instead of preparing breakfast, when she left her own bed she went to her fathers ; the deceased slept with my sister Eleanor and myself; my sister Eleanor then got up aud placed the kettle on the fire for breakfast, and I got up also ; the deceased and myself quarrelled about the breakfast being late; I then

left my father's house and went to Mrs Peel's ; at the timo I left my father's house, I left the deceased and my sister Eleanor at home together; I got the water for my father's breakfast at Mrs Peel's, because there was no warm water at homo ; I then went to the top of the incline to my father with his breakfast, and thence to Mr Roberts to clean his house ; I had not been there very long

when I heard a great noise ; I looked down the incline, and could not see what was the matter, but afterwards seeing a great many men running to my father's house, I ran home myself, and, on arriving there, I found the deceased lying on the bed; the people about would not let me go into the room ; but ut that timo, so far as I know,… Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Monday 8 August 1859 p 2

Hutchinson Emily Maud (O’Grady)

d. 25/2/1935 Eskinville

m. James Alexander Hutchinson 1890 Sydney

f. William Bede Smith O’Grady m. Emily Monckton Dibley *

  1. (m) Leslie Walter Joseph Hutchinson b. 1891 Marrickville
  2. (m) Cecil J A Hutchinson b. 1892 Marrickville
  3. (f) Ethel M Hutchinson b. 1894 Marrickville
  4. (m) Alexander James Hutchinson b. 1896 Marrickville
  5. (m) William C Hutchinson b. 1898 Marrickville d. 1900 Marrickville
  6. (f) Emma Monkton Dibley Hutchinson b. 1901 Wollongong 8992/1901 d. 1939 Rockdale

When son Leslie enlisted in WW1 her husband was Next of Kin and was living at Erskinville.

Hutchinson Isabella (Pallister)

b. 4/9/1863 Sherburn Durham d. 1944 Boolaroo br. West Wallsend

m. James Hutchinson (abt 1861 Durham -1937 West Wallsend Son of William Hutchinson & Jane ) 1882 Newtown 2592/1882

f. Thomas Pallister m. Jane Forsyth Coward *

Ship: The Clyde 1880

  1. (m) William J Hutchinson b. 1886 Woonona 24582/1886
  2. (m) Thomas P Hutchinson b. 1889 Woonona 24644/1889 d. 1889 Woonona
  3. (m) Robert Hutchinson b. 1891 West Wallsend 36118/1891
  4. (m) George Hutchinson b. 1896 West Wallsend 35547/1896 d. 1896 West Wallsend
  5. (m) Stephen Hutchinson b. 1899 West Wallsend 16725/1899
  6. (f) Jane C Hutchinson b. 1903 West Wallsend 7889/1903 (Edwin McNaughton 1922)
  7. (f) Isabella E Hutchinson b. 1906 West Wallsend 19088/1906 (Lancelot Hipwell)


Isabella Hutchinson, relict of James Hutchinson, of West Wallsend, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. L. Hipwell of Boolaroo, recently, at the age of 80. She was an old resident of West Wallsend, and had a long association with West Wallsend Methodist Church.

The interment was at West Wallsend Cemetery, where the service was conducted by Rev. W. E. Wood.

Mrs. Hutchinson is survived by three sons and two daughters. Newcastle Morning Herald and Miners' Advocate (NSW : 1876 - 1954) Thursday 20 July 1944 p 5

Hutchinson Margaret

b. abt 1854 Northumberland-

m. George Hutchinson (abt 1853 Northumberland- )

Ship: Star of India 1877

  1. Catherine Ann Hutchinson * b. abt 1877 Northumberland d. 1/2/1902 Wollongong (William Smith 1898)

Living Flinders St Wollongong in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties Husband a blacksmith

With George and James Hutchinson (sons?)

SMITH.— In memoriam of Catherine Ann Smith, late of Portland, the dearly beloved daughter of George and Margaret Hutchinson, who departed thin life at her parents' residence, Campbell-street, Wollongong, February 1st 1902 aged 24 years and 8 months.

Gentle in mind, patient in pain,
Our darling left us Heaven to gain.
Few in this world her equal to find,
With actions so noble, so generous, and kind.

Inserted by her loving parents, brothers, and sisters. The Daily Telegraph (Sydney, NSW : 1883 - 1930) Friday 6 February 1903 p 1

Hutchinson Mary (Vipen)

b. 1878 Lambton d. 1952 Sutherland

m. Thomas Askew Hutchinson ( -13/1/1945 RPA Hospital resident Sutherland Son of John Hutchinson & Ann ) 1897 Sunny Corner

f. William Vipen m. Ann

  1. (m) William J Hutchinson b. 1899 Castle Hill
  2. (m) Thomas Askew Hutchinson b. 1901 Petersham d. 1954
  3. (f) Mary Ann Hutchinson b. 1902 Helensburgh 22559/1902
  4. (f) Agnes Sutherland b. 1912 Sutherland d. 1912 Sutherland
  5. (m) Albert J Hutchinson b. 1906 Helensburgh 3954/1906

They were living around Sutherland and Miranda and not connected to the Illawarra. Husband, or a person with the same name, had a mining lease at Sunny Corner?

Hutchinson Sarah

Unmarried or no father listed

  1. (m) Robert C Hutchinson b. 1867 Wollongong 17986/1867

Hutchison Edith Maude (Jenvey)

b. 1881 Lymington Hampshire d. 4/2/1967 Tarrawanna

m. George Hutchison (abt 1877-22/6/1942 Wollongong Son of John Hutchison & Mary) 1902 Woonona

f. John Jenvey m. Sarah *

  1. (f) Sarah Hutchison b. 1903 Adamstown
  2. (f) Mary R Hutchison b. 1905 Woonona
  3. (m) John Hutchison b. 1907 Woonona
  4. (f) Robine Hutchison b. 1908 Woonona
  5. (m) George Hutchison b. 1911 Woonona
  6. (m) William Hutchison b. 1914 Wollongong
  7. (f) Olga M HutchisSarah on b. 1917 Bathurst
  8. (m) Andrew R Hutchison b. 1918 Wollongong

Living Tarrawanna in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties.

Husband a miner

Hutchison Elizabeth (Lord)

b. abt 1848 d. 12/8/1871 Crown Street Wollongong

m. Robert A Hutchison 1867 Sydney

f. William Lord m. Ellen *

On the 12th instant, at the residence of her parents, Crown- street, Wollongong, ELIZABETH, the beloved wife of ROBERT  HUTCHISON, and only daughter of William and Ellen Lord, late of Bibbenluke, Manaro, aged 23 years. Her end was peace. The Sydney Morning Herald 17 August 1871 

Hutchison Jane (Latimer)

m. William C Hutchison 19/6/1860 Surry Hills

  1. (m) Matthew J Hutchison b. 1862 Bathurst 5015/1862
  2. (f) Ellen E Hutchison b. 1867 V18671300 161/1867
  3. (f) Sarah Hutchison b. 1871 Bathurst 6512/1871
  4. (f) Sarah J Hutchison b. 1872 Bathurst 6248/1872
  5. (f) Maria Hannah Hutchison b. 1875 Bathurst 7414/1875
  6. (m) David Henry Hutchison b. 1879 Bathurst 9657/1879 d. 1936 Canterbury

On the 19th June, Surry Hills, by the Rev. S. Ironside, Mr. W. C. Hutchison, of Sydney, to Miss Jane Latimer, of Wollongong.  The Sydney Morning Herald 22 June 1860

Hutchison Jane

m. George Hutchinson (abt 1853 Scotland- 1932 Wollongong Son of Georeg Hutchinson &) 21/6/1881 Edinburgh Scotland

  1. (m) George Hutchinson d. 1953 Paddington
  2. (m) James Hutchinson b. d. 25/5/1952 Concord Repat Hospital
  3. (m) John Robertson Hutchison d. 11/5/1960 Corrimal
  4. (f) Female Hutchison

The golden wedding of Mr. and Mrs. George Hutchison, of Edinburgh, Scotland, took place at the residence of their son John, Ocean street, Corrimal, on the 21st June.

The gathering, which was a most enjoyable one, was attended by their daughter and three sons, also their grandchildren, and a host of friends. The Rev. H. J. Hillman officiated. The old couple are both en joying the best of health. Scottish papers please copy. South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus (NSW : 1900 - 1954) Friday 11 July 1924 p 12

Mrs. Jane Hutchison, widow of the late George Hutchison, of Station street, Corrimal passed away, on Monday last, aged 77 years. South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus (NSW : 1900 - 1954) Friday 15 May 1931 p 12

Possibly not resident during time frame but included anyway.

Hutchison Mary (Hegarty)

d. 9/2/1923 Waverley br. Rookwood

m. Alexander Hutchison ( Aberdeen Scotland- ) 9/5/1878 St Mary’s Sydney

f. William Hegarty m. Catherine Kelly *

  1. (f) Isabel W Hutchison b. 1879 Waterloo (John B A Kimber 1912)
  2. (f) Mary Hutchison ( Sidney C Gosney 1912)
  3. (f) Catherine Hutchison b. ( Saunders )

HUTCHISON — HEGARTY.— May 9th, at Saint Mary's, by Rev. Father Taylor, A. Hutchison, of Aberdeen, Scotland, master mariner, to, Mary, third daughter of W. Hegarty, farmer, Wollongong. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Tuesday 28 May 1878 p 2

HUTCHISON.-February 9. 1823. at a private hospital, Waverley, Mary, relict of the late Alexander Hutchison, Master Mariner, of Aberdeen, Scotland and Wollongong, and dearly loved mother of Isabell (Mrs. Kimber), Mary (Mrs. Gosney), Catherine (Mrs.Saunders). R.I.P

IM Issue: 28 May 1878 third daughter of W. Hegarty, farmer, Wollongong.

Huthnanor Grace Adelaide (East)

b. 1876 Kiama 13425/1876

m. Ira R W Huthnanor 1907 Kiama

f. John East m. Elizabeth Jarman *

Living at Dunmore in 1903 Electoral Roll – Domestic Duties

Hutley Mary Ann M (Howes)

b. abt 1862 Norfolk d. 1931 Leichhardt br. Rookwood

m. Frederick Hutley (abt 1864 Middlesex-) 1883 St Saviour Southwark London

f. Thomas Howes m.

Ship: Belgravia 1884

  1. (f) Mary A Hutley b. abt 1884 d. 1884 Marine
  2. (m) Frederick Thomas Hutley b. 1884 Balmain d. 1956 Ballina
  3. (f) Ethel M Hutley (Arthur J Steer 1906)
  4. (f) Amy Hutley b. 1885 Balmain
  5. (m) Harold Henry Hutley b. 1887 Balmain d. 1944 Grafton
  6. (f) Alice M Hutley b. 1889 Port Macquarie (Allan A James 1912)
  7. (f) Annie E Hutley b. 1891 Ashfield (Arthur Lumb 1913)
  8. (f) Mildred E Hutley b. 1892 Ashfield d. 1892 Ashfield
  9. (f) Georgina M Hutley b. 1895 Kiama 4313/1895

Husband is noted to have taken stag horn ferns from the wild around Kiama in 1895. Husband a bootmaker.

HUTLEY.-The Relatives and Friends of Mr. and Mrs. FREDERICK HUTLEY, Mr. and Mrs. A. STEER, Mr. HAROLD HUTLEY, Mrs. ALLAN JAMES. Mrs. NANCE LAMB. Miss MILLY HUTLEY, are Informed that the Funeral of their beloved MOTHER left her late residence, 63 Francis-street, Leichhardt, on SATURDAY, 9th, the Interment taking place In the Baptist Cemetery, Rookwood. The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW: 1842 - 1954) Monday 11 May 1931 p 7

Hutson Catherine (O’Keeffe)

b. 26/6/ 1857 Jamberoo d. 5/1/1940 Petersham 778/1940

m. John Hutson ( 16/8/1858 Kiama -1/1/1939 Petersham Son of James Hutson & Mary Bourke *) 22/2/1880 Kiama 3686/1880

f. Cornelius O’Keeffe m. Margaret King *

  1. (m) William Herbert Hutson b. 1/7/1881 Wollongong 18913/1881 d. 1964
  2. (f) Florence Martha Marr Hutson b. 10/2/1883 Wollongong 20999/1883 d. 1953
  3. (f) Bertha A Hutson b. 1885 Redfern 10369/1885
  4. (m) John Harold Hutson b. 1887 6829/1887
  5. (f) Blanche V I Hutson b. 1889 Petersham 6646/1889
  6. (f) Alice A Hutson b. 1894 Petersham 27643/1894
  7. (m) Frederick C Hutson b. 1898 Petersham 24663/1898

Hutson Elizabeth (Wilsoncraft)

b. abt 1802 d. 16/10/1876 Albion Park br. All Saints’ Albion Park

m. Robert Hutson ( – 1872 Wollongong Son of John Hutson & ? ) 1859 Wollongong

f. John m. ?

Hutson Mary (Bourke)

b. 4/5/1835 Dublin Ireland d. 27/4/1910 Rydalmere br. Rookwood

m. James Hutson (6/6/1823 East Hoathley East Sussex- 1/6/1900 Auburn Son of William Hutson & Elizabeth Chapman) 1852 CofE Jamberoo, Kiama, Shoalhaven V1852496 38C/1852

f. Bourke m. Mary

  1. (f) Catherine Hutson b. 1856 Parramatta?
  2. (f) Anna Hutson b. 1858 Parramatta?
  3. (m) Francis Hutson b. 1857 Kiama 7481/1857 d. 1857 Kiama
  4. (m) John Hutson b. 16/8/1858 Kiama 8104/1858 d. 1/1/1939 Petersham (Catherine O’Keeffe * 1880)
  5. (f) Mary T Hutson b. 1860 Kiama 7816/1860
  6. (m) William Hutson b. 1864 Kiama 9363/1864
  7. (m) Alfred Hutson b. 1866 Kiama 9503/1866

HUTSON-April 27, at Rydalmere, Mary relict of the late James Hutson of Auburn, Sydney. Interred at Rookwood April 29 1910. The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW: 1842 - 1954) Saturday 30 April 1910 p 12

Hutt Annie (McLean)

31/3/1860 Jerrara Creek d. 1888 Redfern

m. William Hutt (- 1930 Manly Son of Charles Hutt & Eliza) 7/4/1886 Jerrara

f. Allan McLean m. Ann Anderson *

  1. (m) Charles Allan Hutt b. 1888 Petersham

HUTE M'LEAN On 7th April, at the residence of the brides parents, Jerrara, by the Rev J Wilson MA William, fourth son of Charles Hutt of Anecte Grange Surry, England to Annie, second daughter Mr. Allan M'Lean. The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser (NSW : 1863 - 1947) Tuesday 20 April 1886 p 2

Hutton Annie

Living at Balgownie in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties

Hutton Charlotte

Living at Helensburgh in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties

With William Henry Hutton a dairyman.

Hutton Jane Elizabeth (Robbins)

d. 1942 East Maitland

m. John G Hutton 1891 Woonona

  1. (f) Sarah M Hutton b. 1892 Woonona 39513/1892 (Percy Pryor 1916)
  2. (f) Florence E Hutton b. 1896 Woonona 9140/1896 (Leslie Trenerry 1924)
  3. (m) William Hutton b. 1898 Woonona 8747/1898 d. 1954 North Sydney
  4. (f) Muriel E Hutton (Leo Lewin 1921)
  5. (f) Bessie L Hutton b. 1906 Rylstone
  6. (f) Ethel E Hutton b. 1908 East Maitland
  7. (f) Enid Jean Hutton b. 1914 East Maitland (Francis C Gaha 1942)

Living at Thirroul in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties


Quietly and peacefully on August 27th Mrs. Jane Hutton, wife of J. G. Hutton, of East Maitland, 'fell asleep in Jesus' after a short illness. For over 30 years she has been a vital part of all the Methodist activities in East Maitland. Her untiring energy, her gracious consideration for the feelings of others, her wise and kindly advice on matters relating to the Christian work, caused her to exert an unconscious influence which exalted the Christ she loved during her life, and will continue though her bodily presence is no longer with us.

Born in Bulli over 73 years ago, Jane Robbins spent her early years in what is now known as Thirroul. In early life she became an active worker in the Church at Bulli. There she met, and in February, 1891, was married to Mr. John G. Hutton, and together for the next 13 years they continued in Christian work at Bulli.

In February, 1904, they removed to Torbane in the Rylstone Circuit. For four years in this centre they made their presence felt in Christian work. There they established a Sunday school. Mrs. Hutton took a keen interest in the children, training them for anniversaries and for special singing in the church services.

In February, 1908, they moved to East Maitland, Mr. Hutton having been appointed an Inspector of Collieries, and she at once identified herself with the church work, and became an active member of the L.O.A.

For many years her home, with its spacious grounds, was open for church functions, and many ministers will remember her home and hospitality when synods were held in Maitland.

Her chief anxiety was always for a high spiritual tone in the church, and for the advancement of Christ's kingdom.

God gave her a long life and made it at blessing and benediction wherever she went Thirroul, Bulli, Torbane and East Maitland are all better places because she passed through and stayed awhile. She is survived by her husband, one son and six daughters.

Rev. S. R. Robhins, of Lithgow, is a brother. Her body was laid to rest in the East Maitland Cemetery on Saturday, 29th August, and, despite inclement weather, a large congregation gathered in the church on Sunday, 13th September, when Rev. N. J. C. Southwell paid a tribute to her life and work.

She has gone from us, but has left a memory of Divine beauty and an influence which will be an inspiration to all her friends who remain to carry on the work of Jesus Christ which she loved. — N.J.C.S. The Methodist (Sydney, NSW : 1892 - 1954) Saturday 26 September 1942 p 6

Hutton Marion E (Caldwell)

m. John W Hutton 1886 Sydney

  1. (f) Jeannett Hutton b. 1887 Adamstown
  2. (m) Alexander Hutton b. 1891 Helensburgh
  3. (f) Mary Hutton b. 1897 Helensburgh 3744/1897
  4. (f) Marion E Hutton b. 1905 Annadale

Huxham Annie (Buff)

d. 1935 Bankstown

m. Arthur Huxham (-1921 Granville Son of John Huxham & Frances) 22/11/1873 Glebe

f. Thomas Buff m. Ann

Living at Park Rd Wollongong in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties

Husband a gatekeeper.

On the 22nd November, at the residence of the bride's parent by the Rev. A. Lloyd, Mr. Arthur Huxham, of England, to Annie, eldest daughter of the late Mr. Thomas Buff, of Glebe- Road, Sydney. Empire (Sydney, NSW : 1850 - 1875) Monday 1 December 1873 p 1

Wollongong, Friday.

The town was startled by the sound of the fireball at about 9 o'clock last night. It was found that a fire had broken out in the bedroom of a house occupied by Arthur Huxham, a railway employee, who was on duty at the time, only his wife being at home. The fire was discovered by Mr. Bate, who lives next door, and he immediately caused the alarm to be given. The fire engine was on the scene in a very short space of time, and succeeded in subduing the flames shortly after. The fire again broke out subsequently, but the brigade still being on hand it again overcame it.

The bedroom and dining-room adjoining were completely gutted, and the walls and ceiling, which were of wood, were entirely burnt. Mrs. Huxham, who was in bed at the time of the fire, had a very narrow escape from being burnt to death, but was fortunately rescued from her perilous position in time. The house, which is situated in Flinders- street, next door to Mr. Bate's own house, is a wooden cottage,.. The Australian Star (Sydney, NSW : 1887 - 1909) Friday 29 January 1897 p 4

Huxley Catherine (Power)

m. Samuel John Huxley (1875 Shoalhaven- 1932 Northmead Samuel Couchman Huxley & Euphemia McLean *) 1899 Newtown

  1. (f) Annie Huxley b. 1899 Newtown
  2. (m) Samuel Couchman Huxley b. 1901 Albion Park 10036/1901 d. 1964 Auburn
  3. (m) Edmund T Huxley b. 1903 Albion Park 743/1903
  4. (m) John Huxley b. 1904 Raymond Terrace
  5. (m) Hector Huxley b. 1905 Milton
  6. (m) Alfred Huxley b. 1907 Milton

Huxley Euphemia (McLean)

d. 1881 Shoalhaven

m. Samuel Couchman Huxley (21/9/1832 Cranbrook Kent- 1915 Berry Son of William Huxley & Harriet Coachman) 17/10/1860 Broughton Creek

f. John McLean m. Catherine

  1. (m) William George Huxley b. 1861 Shoalhaven d. 1933
  2. (m) Robert Wilson Huxley b. 1862 Shoalhaven
  3. (f) Catherine Anne Huxley b. 1864 Shoalhaven d. 1943 ( William Bennett 1884)
  4. (m) John Samuel Huxley b. 1866 Shoalhaven d. 1867
  5. (f) Harriett Coachman Huxley b. 1868 Shoalhaven d. 1949 ( Robert Lumsden 1891)
  6. (f) Maria Jane Huxley b. 1870 Shoalhaven (William J O’Sullivan 1897)
  7. (f) Agnes Euphemia Huxley b. 1871 Shoalhaven ( William J Caldwell 1898)
  8. (f) Margaret Ann Huxley b. 1873 Shoalhaven (Thomas H Nelson 1899)
  9. (m) Samuel John Huxley b. 1875 Shoalhaven d. 1932 Northmead (Catherine Power * 1899)

Huxley Harriet (Couchman)

m. William Huxley (abt 1801-

Ship: 1839

  1. (m) Samuel Couchman Huxley b. 21/9/1832 Cranbrook Kent d. 10/7/1915 Kangaroo Valley (Euphemia McLean * 1860)
  2. (m) William Huxley d. 1893 Berry
  3. (f) Jane Huxley ( Thomas Mawle 1859)
  4. (f) Laures Huxley ( John Sibbitt 1860 )
  5. (f) Harriet Huxley b. 1844 bp. CofE Dapto;Wollongong d. 29/1/1859 Broughton Creek Typhus aged 14 years and 6 months

Huxley Mary Jane (Carter)

m. William Henry Huxley 1876 Dubbo

  1. (m) Ernest Henry Huxley b. 1877 Kiama 13847/1877
  2. (m) Frederick W W Huxtley b. 1883 Dubbo

Huxtable Mary Elizabeth (Tucker)

b. 1879 Mt Pleasant d. 1959 Mayfield

m. Richard Huxtable 1897 Sydney

f. Henry Tucker m. Mary Ann Robinson *

  1. (m) Cecil J H Huxtable b. 1897 Woonona 18055/1897
  2. (m) Richard A Huxtable b. 1907
  3. (m) Charles Edward Huxtabel b. 1912 Granville

Hyam Charlotte Rebecca (Broughton)

b. abt 1812 d. 12/4/1849

m. Michael Hyam (1799-3/9/1879 Berry Son ofDavid Hyam & Sarah Shannon) V18359 135/1835 Hebrew Sydney

  1. (m) David Hyam b. 18/2/ 1836 Jamberoo d. 2/10/ 1923 Terara (Maria Graham 1858)
  2. (m) Soloman Herbert Hyams b. 16/5/1837 Sarah’s Valley Jamberoo bp. Hebrew Illawarra d. 7/11/1901 Katoomba ( Sarah Priestly 1860)
  3. (m) Moses Aizley Hyam b. 1839 Jamberoo V18391364 159/1839 d. 8/12/1881 Nowra (Frances Ann Brown 1868)
  4. (f) Sarah Zorilda Hyam b. 24/12/1840 Nowra d. 8/12/1881 Nowra (Henry Moss 1862)
  5. (f) Esther Hyam b. 1842 (Louis Aarons 1862)
  6. (m) Isaac Mark Hyam b. 1844 d. 1881 (Teresa Jones )

Her original name was Catherine Mary and she changed her name when she converted to Judaism

On Thursday, the 12th instant, Charlotte Rebecca, the beloved wife of Michael Hyam,  of Illawarra, after a long and painful illness, in   her 37th year—leaving six young children to lament their loss. The Sydney Morning Herald 16 April 1849

Michael arrived with a considerable amount of capital and an enterprising nature. He received a grant of 1280 acres at Jamberoo in 1829 and named it “Sarah's Valley”. His activities included a store, a hotel. a tannery, bootmaking and cedar getting. For diversion he enjoyed horse racing and built a racecourse to his own design. About 1846 he sold his Jamberoo property and moved to Shoalhaven establishing an inn and, later, a store and hotel at Greenhills. On retirement he moved into a private dwelling in Berry St, Nowra. He was said to be a man with a strong sense of justice and generous instincts. His son David was an Alderman on the Shoalhaven Council for 47 years and several times Mayor. Another son, Solomon, was an M.L.A. for Balmain and also Mayor. Solomon was also an expert on Jersey cattle and is called `the father of yachting on Sydney Harbour'.

Hyland Bridget (Coffy/Coffey)

b. abt 1820 d. 5/7/1890 Kiama 6641/1890 br. Jamberoo Catholic

m. Thomas Hyland 19/6/1849 RC St Mary’s Sydney V184987 96/1849

f. Michael Coffey m. Johanna

  1. (f) Martha H Hyland b. 1851
  2. (f) Joahnna Mary Hyland b. 1854 V18542409 72/1854 b. 26/5/1888 10568/1888 br. Jamberoo
  3. (f) Teresa C Hyland b. 1857 Broulee
  4. (f) Mary B Hyland b. 1858 Broulee
  5. (f) Elizabeth Hyland b. 1860 Broulee

Hyland/Hiland/Heyland Ellen (Brady/Bradey/Grady/Magrury)

m. Thomas Hyland 30/8/1842 Wollongong V18422480 93/1842

Both resident of Wollongong

  1. (m) John Hiland b. 25/12/1843 Wollongong
  2. (m) James Hyland b. 20/11/1845 Springhill V18451597 121A/1845
  3. (f) Ann Heyland b. 17/12/1847 Wollongong
  4. (m) Thomas Patrick Hyland b. 15/9/1851 Wollongong V18511654 121A/1851
  5. (f) Ellen Hyland b. 9/2/1855 Mill Brook V18551824 121A/1855 d. 1856 Shoalhaven

Hyland Mary Clara

With John Hyland a gardener.

Living at Albion Park in 1903 Electoral Roll – Domestic Duties

Hymes Mary

m. James Hymes

  1. (m) Michael Hymes b. 1863 Kiama 8576/1863

Hynan see Dynan

Hynd Janet (Fair)

b. abt 1859 Fifeshire d. 8/2/1949 Balgownie br. Wollongong General

m. William Hynd ( abt 1853- 26/8/1942 ) 3/6/1879 Scotland

f. Alexander Fair m. Elizabeth

Ship: Austral 1888

  1. (f) Elizabeth B Hynd b. abt 1881 Fifeshire (Auchterlonie 1903)
  2. (f) Johan P Hynd b. abt 1883 Fifeshire (Harry Inglis 1910)
  3. (m) John Hynd b. abt 1885 Fifeshire d. 28/6/1927 Balgownie (Eleanor M Watson 1911)
  4. (f) Ammie B Hynd b. 1889 Minmi
  5. (m) Alexander F Hynd b. 1891 Wollongong 38289/1891 (Sophia L A Lancaster 1929)
  6. (f) Janet F Hynd b. 1893 Wollongong 39115/1893 (George Miller 1913, Anderson )
  7. (f) Willieminnie Hynd b. 1895 Woonona 38585/1895 (Bernard McSweeney 1919)
  8. (m) Hugh Russell Hynd b. 1898 Woonona 27209/1898 d. Helensburgh (Mabel Chambers 1926)
  9. (f) Catherine E Fair Hynd b. 1902 Woonona 28139/1902 (Colin R Wellington 1927)

Living at Balgownie in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties

Came with children to join husband in colony

HYND.– February 8, 1949, at her residence, Farrell Street, Balgownie, Janet Fair Hynd, beloved wife of William and dear mother of Elizabeth (Mrs. Auchterlonie), Johan (Mrs. Inelis), Janet (Mrs.   Anderson) Minnie (Mrs McSweeney), Catherine   (Mrs Wellington) Alex and Hughie aged 81 years.

Sister Elizabeth Duncan *

Hynes Amelia Emma (Walbrock)

b. NSW d. 14/10/1919 Clifton br. Clifton

m. Patrick Hynes ( Son of Martin C Hynes & Frances ) 1890 Sydney

f. Henry Walbrock m. Delia McGenness

  1. (m) Ernest Hynes b. 1891 Woonona 38997/1891
  2. (m) Francis P Hynes b. 1893 Woonona 39856/1893
  3. (f) Mary R Hynes b. 1895 Helensburgh 32960/1895
  4. (f) Amelia Hynes b. 1898 Helensburgh 3772/1898
  5. (f) Elizabeth A Hynes b. 1900 Helensburgh 22616/1900
  6. (m) George B Hynes b. 1903 Woonona 17738/1903
  7. (f) Eleanor Bertha Hynes b. 1907 Woonona 31251/1907
  8. (m) Cecil A Hynes b. 17/1/1912 Clifton
  9. (f) Thelma Mary Hynes b. d. 6/10/1913

Living at Clifton in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties. Husband a miner.

Father was from Prussia and was natuarlised in 1884.

Hynes/Hyrse/Hines Charlotte (Burgess)

m. Michael Hines 1863 Kiama 2073/1863

  1. (f) Mary A Hynes b. 1864 Redfern
  2. (m) Thomas J Hines b. 1866 Redfern
  3. (f) Catherine B Hines b. 12/4/1868 Gerringong 10577/1868

Husband a farmer

Hynes Jane

Living Jamberoo in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties

Hynes/ Mines Mary (Monahan)

m. Patrick Hynes

  1. (f) Margaret Hines b. 1866 Kiama 9433/1866
  2. (f) Mary A Hynes b. 1868 Kiama 10501/1868
  3. (m) Patrick Hynes b. 19/2/1871 Kiama 11604/1871
  4. (f) Catherine Hynes b. 1873 Kiama 12268/1873
  5. (f) Lizzie J Hynes b. 1876 Kiama 13496/1876
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