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OTHER INFORMATION ON MOUSEHOLE FAMILY 2 (continued)

1911 census Truro Wesleyan College Trennic Lane Truro (St Clement urban parish) – College has 40 rooms for boarders which included:



JOHN age 17

WALTER age 18

WILFRID age 20

Note:


  • record of marriage HARRY-HARVEY to Ellis also March quarter 1939 Barnet district.

  • many of the Sea Fisheries Committee articles (www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk) only give ‘C’ as the initial but others give ‘C.W’ so some of these may refer to CHARLES the alderman and mayor of Newlyn Family 1

  • possibly EDWARD-LESLIE of this family but more likely EDWARD-J. of Mousehole family 4 mentioned in computer scanned text from 'Newlyn Notes and News' article in Cornishman (29AUG1907 www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk). Text is " Edward Tregenza was getting from boat on to tje pier steps, he slipped and fell into the water. Mr. Edward Downing who was near, hearing the child's cries, ran to ...." (

MOUSEHOLE FAMILY 3

EDWIN-TREWAVAS

1861

m Harriet Kelly



|

__________________|______________________________________________________________________

VERA-K. NORMAN-KELLY LEONARD-J RITA-SYBIL DORA-BEATRICE

1898 1899 1901 1903 1906

m Avis-Catherine Carne

|

____________|_____________________________________



JOYCE-ELIZABETH MARGARET RUTH-G

1934 1936 1939



NOTES ON MOUSEHOLE FAMILY 3 (EDWIN-TREWAVAS born 1861 see Newlyn family 1)
VERA-K. born 1898 approx. St Austell Cornwall, at 1911 census daughter at school age 13 born St Austell living with parents, success in Cambridge local exams by private study (23JAN1913 Cornishman www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk), married E Osmond September quarter 1932 Kingston dist.

NORMAN-KELLY born 13DEC1899 Pentewan, at Paul Churchtown Elementary school then Penzance Secondary School for Boys, at 1911 census son at school age 11 born St Austell living with parents, 25JAN1918 army medical examination age 18 years 1 month - height 5 feet 9 inches - hair brown - complexion dark - eyes brown - chest 37 and three-quarter inches maximum and 32 and a half inches minimum - physical development good, enlisted 03MAY1918 for period of war only at Queens Road Central London ARE (= Army Recruitment ?) Whitehall SW, gave address as Elm Villa St Austell - age 18 years 4 months - unmarried bank clerk - not served in military - not able to ride - preference to join Artists’ Rifles OTC, joined 2/28th battalion London Regiment (Artists’ Rifles) number 768051, a medical form giving medical category A - sight 6/6 in both eyes - signed Major 2nd Artists’ Rifles OTC Hare Hall Camp Romford and by NORMAN 01MAY1918, a form completed by father signed 12MAY1918 - Wesleyan minister of 13 Regent Terrace Penzance (to say of good moral character for 4 years) signed 09MAR1918 and G.L.Bradley headmaster attesting suitable education level, 27AUG1918 transfer as private to Officer Training Unit signed by two commanding officers of Artists’ Rifles, joint Officer Cadet Unit 06SEP1918 age 19, report gave educational standard as good - ability to train platoon very fair and ability to command platoon very fair – comments “satisfactory progress would make efficient platoon commander” and “had he finished the course he would have been recommended for a commission”, 17MAR1919 appointed temporary commission second lieutenant Duke of Cornwall’s Light Infantry to report at Newton Ferrars, to relinquish temporary second lieutenant commission on completion of service 01SEP1921, all above information from his records at War Office document WO 374/69423 see www.nationalarchives.gov.uk (relinquishing commission also 18FEB1922 Western Morning News www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk ), married June quarter 1927 Penzance district, died age 91 of 60 Prestonville Court Dyke Road Brighton, in Brighton hospital 29JAN1991 when husband of Avis already deceased.

x AVIS-CATHERINE born 24SEP1901, died March quarter 1981 Brighton district (vol. 18 page 0187)

LEONARD-J. (JACK) born 1901 St Austell, at 1911 census son at school age 9 born St Austell living with parents, worked on cargo boats, died fever at sea 1918

RITA-SYBIL born June quarter 1903 St Austell district, at 1911 census daughter at school age 7 born St Austell living with parents, unmarried, ran record shop Penzance

DORA-BEATRICE born 1906 June quarter Paul Penzance district, at 1911 census daughter at school age 4 born Paul living with parents, obtained BA degree upper second class London and 13th prize in modern languages department (13AUG1925 Exeter and Plymouth Gazette 15JUL1927 Western Morning News www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk ), married William Regert (now dead), memorial plaque to DORA near Penlee House



NOTES ON MOUSEHOLE FAMILY 3 (EDWIN-TREWAVAS born 1861 see Newlyn family 1) continued
JOYCE-ELIZABETH born June quarter 1934 Brighton district, married March quarter 1962 Brighton district; possibly a living person so personal information has been reduced.

MARGARET born September quarter 1936 Brighton district; possibly a living person so personal information has been reduced.

RUTH-G born December quarter 1939 Brighton district, married September quarter 1962 Brighton district; possibly a living person so personal information has been reduced.

OTHER INFORMATION ON MOUSEHOLE FAMILY 3
Constructed from information from:


  1. letters 30MAY1971 and 18JAN1972 from NORMAN-KELLY

  2. a newspaper cutting with the obituary of Avis wife of NORMAN-KELLY

  3. records of NORMAN-KELLY at War Office document WO 374/69423 see www.nationalarchives.gov.uk

  4. www.britishnewspaperarchives.co.uk

  5. 1911 census from www.1901censusonline.com (see below)

1911 census Tregonissey Mousehole Cornwall RG14/14057 from www.1901censusonline.com



EDWIN-T.

Tregenza

head

married

49

headmaster

Paul Cornwall

HARRIET

Tregenza

wife

married

38




St Austell Cornwall

VERA-K.

Tregenza

daughter




13

school

St Austell Cornwall

NORMAN-K.

Tregenza

son




11

school

St Austell Cornwall

RITA-SYBIL

Tregenza

daughter




7

school

St Austell Cornwall

DORA-B.

Tregenza

daughter




4

school

Paul Cornwall

Emily

Matthews

servant

single

21

school

Paul Cornwall



MOUSEHOLE FAMILY 4

RICHARD-THOMAS-BENJAMIN-TREWAVAS

m Mary Harry

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__________________|_____________________________________________________________________________________



THOMAS-JAMES MARY-ANN(ANNIE) JANIE(JANEY or NANNY) EDWARD-JAMES MINNIE

1864 1867 1869 1871 1874

m Annie Frances Blewett

|

|



________________________________________________________________________|__________________________________________

ANNIE-FRANCES EDWARD-J. BESSIE THOMAS FRANK POLLIE ADELA JANIE MARIE

1901 1901 -HARVEY m Amelia Humphreys 1911 1913 1915 1917

| m Rosie 1906 |

| Matthews ______|_______________

| MARILYN-ELIZABETH

| 1945

|

______|_________________________________________________________________________________



THELMA ALAN-EDWARD ROSEMARY-M JUDITH-A CAROL DESMOND

1931 1933 1936 1938 1941 1947

m1 Rita

m2 Marion



|

1_____|_________________________________

CRAIG CHARMAINE AMANDA

NOTES ON MOUSEHOLE FAMILY 4 (RICHARD-THOMAS-BENJAMIN-TREWAVAS see Newlyn family 1)
THOMAS-JAMES born 23 July 1864 Mousehole, baptised 05JUN1870 Paul in IGI and in parish clerks’ baptisms as Tommy 07MAY1870 Paul

MARY-ANN (=ANNIE) born 1866 Mousehole September quarter Penzance district (5c324), at 1871 census MARY-ANN scholar age 4 born 1867 Paul, at 1881 census ANNIE age 14 born Mousehole, at 1891 census general servant age 24 born Mousehole living with parents, married Harry Harry (=Ar) (relative through mother ?)

JANIE/NANNY born 1869 Mousehole March quarter Penzance district (5c333), at 1871 census NANNY age 2 born 1869 Paul, at 1881 census JANEY age 12 born Mousehole, at 1891 census general servant age 22 born Mousehole living with parents, married Richard Harry (relative through mother ?)

EDWARD-JAMES (=BROWN) born 1871 Mousehole registered March quarter 1872, at 1881 census scholar age 9 living with uncle (mother’s brother James HARRY) 2 Carn Topna Paul, at 1891 census fisherman (notem) age 19 born Mousehole living with parents, married 10MAR1900 age 28 fisherman of Mousehole father THOMAS fisherman, fisherman at baptism of ANNIE-FRANCES 1901, fisherman at birth of son (30JAN1902 Cornishman www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk), at 1911 census head of household married drift fisherman age 39 born Mousehole living The Wharf Mousehole (Paul parish) Cornwall, at marriage of JANIE 1942 living Keigwin Place Mousehole, maybe E. Tregenza with a good creel (excellent catch) of fish (27MAY1938 Western Morning News www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk ), possibly EDWARD-J. died age 94 March quarter 1966 Penzance district.

x ANNIE-FRANCES born 1876 approx. Mousehole, at marriage age 24 of Mousehole father Francis-Richards Blewett fisherman, at 1911 census wife age 35 born Mousehole Cornwall, died June quarter 1960 Penzance district age 84

MINNIE born Mousehole 1874 March quarter Penzance district (5c294), at 1881 census age 7 born Mousehole, at 1891 census general servant age 17 born Mousehole living with parents married 05NOV1898 St Just William-Francis (= Fred = Nipper) Trembath had two sons Harry born approx. 1910 and Edwin (Nipper) born 1917 approx.


ANNIE-FRANCES born Mousehole, baptised 02JAN1901 Paul, married Norman Wallis December quarter 1922 Penzance district

EDWARD-J. (= NED) born 22DEC1901 Mousehole (30JAN1902 Cornishman www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk), at 1911 census scholar grandson age 9 born Mousehole living with grandfather THOMAS, married June quarter 1931 Southampton district, fisherman of Salt Ponds Mousehole at birth of CAROL 1941 and DESMOND 1947, died 09NOV1986 age 84 (gravestone Paul cemetery) (vol 21 page 0304 regn. 1186)

x ROSIE (=ROSA) born 30AUG1910, lived Mousehole, died 04FEB1979 age 68 (gravestone Paul cemetery) (March quarter 1979 Penzance district vol. 21 page 0420)

BESSIE-HARVEY born September quarter 1905 Penzance district (Mousehole), at 1911 census daughter age 5 born Mousehole living with parents, married George Howe December quarter 1934 Hendon district. lived at Traboe and Mousehole



NOTES ON MOUSEHOLE FAMILY 4 (continued)

THOMAS born 1908 approx. Mousehole, at 1911 census son age 3 born Mousehole living with parents, married September quarter 1938 Penzance district

x AMELIA
FRANK born 1909 approx. Mousehole, at 1911 census son age 2 born Mousehole living with parents, died 1916, probably FRANK died June quarter 1915 Penzance district age 5 volume 5c page 317

POLLIE born March quarter 1911 Penzance district (Mousehole), at 1911 census daughter age 0 born Mousehole living with parents, married Herbert Cobb June quarter 1932 Penzance district, died 1975

ADELA born June quarter 1913 Penzance district, may = ADELE married Trewin September quarter 1937 Falmouth district, died June quarter 1915 Penzance district age 2

JANIE born March quarter 1915 Penzance district, married end of NOV1942 Richmond Methodist Church Penzance ; possibly a living person so personal information has been reduced.

MARIE born September quarter 1917 Penzance district, married December quarter 1954 Penzance district; possibly a living person so personal information has been reduced.
MARILYN-ELIZABETH born June quarter 1945 Penzance district, married September quarter 1969 Penzance district; possibly a living person so personal information has been reduced.
THELMA born 18OCT1931 Penzance district, married September quarter 1951 Penzance district; possibly a living person so personal information has been reduced.

ALAN-EDWARD or EDWARD-ALAN born September quarter 1933 Penzance district; possibly a living person so personal information has been reduced.

x RITA

x MARION


ROSEMARY-M (=ROSE) born December quarter 1936 Penzance district, married June quarter 1956 Penzance district; possibly a living person so personal information has been reduced.

JUDITH-A (=JUDY) born September quarter 1938 Penzance district, married March quarter 1965 Penzance district; possibly a living person so personal information has been reduced.

CAROL born 23MAR1941 Salt Ponds Mousehole

DESMOND born 21MAY1947 Salt Ponds Mousehole



NOTES ON MOUSEHOLE FAMILY 4 (continued)
CRAIG or GRAIG or GREGG HALL

CHARMAINE HALL

AMANDA HALL

OTHER INFORMATION ON MOUSEHOLE FAMILY 4
Constructed from information from:


  1. Mr and Mrs Matthews on ALAN TREGENZA = HENRY HALL and family

  2. Lyn Nash lynnash@webaxs.net

  3. Cornwall Online Parish Clerks’ baptisms www.cornwall-opc-database.org/baptisms

  4. marriage record on family of John Donohew johndon@erols.com from http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootweb

  5. Madron Trembath family genealogy on www.genealogy.com

  6. photograph of the memorial inscription of EDWARD 1902 and ROSA

  7. birth certificates of CAROL 1941 and DESMOND 1947

  8. National Archives of Australia http://recordsearch.naa.gov.au (THELMA)

  9. www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk

  10. New South Wales state records, ‘Assisted immigrants arriving in Sydney 1880-1896’, www.records.nsw.gov.au (see note below)

  11. 1871 and 1881 census from Kindred Konnections, Lyn Nash lynnash@webaxs.net and www.freecen.org.uk plus 1911 census from www.1901censusonline.com (see below)

:

1871 census Mousehole parish district 2 schedule 123 from Lyn Nash lynnash@webaxs.net and Kindred Konnections



THOS

Tregenza

head

married

33

fisherman

Paul

1838

MARY

Tregenza

wife

married

34

fisherman

Paul

1837

MARY-ANN

Tregenza

daughter




4

scholar

Paul

1867

NANNY

Tregenza

daughter




2

-

Paul

1869

1881 census 6 Fore St Paul FHL film 1341563 PRO ref. RG11 piece 2344 folio 32 page 10 also from www.freecen.org.uk



THOMAS

Tregenza

head

married

43

fisherman

Mousehole

MARY

Tregenza

wife

married

44




Mousehole

ANNIE

Tregenza

daughter




14




Mousehole

JANEY

Tregenza

daughter




12




Mousehole

MINNIE

Tregenza

daughter




7




Mousehole

OTHER INFORMATION ON MOUSEHOLE FAMILY 4 (continued)
1891 census 27 North Street Paul Mousehole RG12/1856 folio 22 page 4

THOMAS

Tregenza

head

married

54

fisherman

Mousehole

MARY

Tregenza

wife

married

54




Mousehole

MARY-A.

Tregenza

daughter

single

24

general servant

Mousehole

JANEY

Tregenza

daughter

single

22

general servant

Mousehole

EDWARD-J.

Tregenza

son

single

19

fisherman

Mousehole

MINNIE

Tregenza

daughter




17

general servant

Mousehole

Census records from Lyn Nash lynnash@webaxs.net :

1881 census 2 Carn Topna Paul FHL film 1341563 PRO ref. RG11 piece 2344 folio 41 page 27


James

Harry

head

widower

42

fisherman

Mousehole

James-T.

Harry

son




16

pupil teacher

Mousehole

EDWARD-J.

Tregenza

nephew




9

scholar

Mousehole

1911 census Fore Street Mousehole Cornwall RG14/14057 from www.1910censusonline.com



THOMAS

Tregenza

head

widower

73

retired fisherman

Mousehole

EDWARD-J.

Tregenza

grandson




9

scholar

Mousehole

1911 census The Wharf Mousehole Cornwall RG14/14057 from www.1910censusonline.com



EDWARD-JAMES

Tregenza

head

married

39

drift fisherman

Mousehole

ANNIE-FRANCES

Tregenza

wife

married

35




Mousehole

BESSIE-HARVEY

Tregenza

daughter




5




Mousehole

THOMAS

Tregenza

son




3




Mousehole

FRANK

Tregenza

son




2




Mousehole

POLLIE

Tregenza

daughter




0




Mousehole


OTHER INFORMATION ON MOUSEHOLE FAMILY 4 (continued)
Note:

  • Mylor Families 3 & 5 and Unconnected Family 77 & 81 have a THOMAS married to AMELIA !

  • record MARY-A born September quarter 1866 Penzance district (5c312)

  • THOMAS Tregenza assisted immigrant age 21 (born 1864 approx.) arriving Sydney on vessel Florida 1885 reel 2143 (reel 2496 also gives Trezenga T.) www.records.nsw.gov.au/indexes/searchform.aspx may be THOMAS-JAMES born 1864 baptised 1870

  • probably EDWARD-J of this family but possibly EDWARD-LESLIE of Mousehole family 2 mentioned in computer scanned text from 'Newlyn Notes and News' article in Cornishman (29AUG1907 www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk). Text is " Edward Tregenza was getting from boat on to the pier steps, he slipped and fell into the water. Mr. Edward Downing who was near, hearing the child's cries, ran to ...." (


AUSTRALIAN FAMILY 3
JOHN

1852


m Agnes-Jane Boneham

__________________|______________________________________________________________________

AGNES-MAUDE AGNES-MAUD ETHEL JOHN-LLEWELLYN LIONEL-LANYON

1892 1893 1895 1902 1903

m Audrey Geddes m Elsie-Nada Hall

______________________________________________________|_______________________

LYNETTE-NADA NADINE-MARY IAN-JOHN RICHARD-LIONEL

1936 1937 1939 1944

m Judith Vinall m1 Raelene Springbett

| | m2 Sheryl-Fay Glassmar|

____________________________________________________________|______________ |______________________________________________

MALCOLM-KEITH STEPHEN-CRAIG SUSAN-MARIE JOHN-LANYON LISA-MARIE FIONA-JAYNE SIMON-LEE

1962 1964 1969 1974 1968 1969 1970

m Jane Lloyd m Robyn-Margaret Hill Michelle-Gail-Julie Wallis m Leah-

| | __________________|________________________ | Margaret

| | BRADLEY-SCOTT PHOEBE-SUZANNE | Rush

| | 1999 2001 |

| ____________|___________________________________________________________________ |

| STACEY-MARIE ELLEN-MARGARET EMILY-JUDITH ZACHARY-STEPHEN |

| 1987 1989 1995 1998 |

| ________________________________________________|______

| ESTELLE JOEL-LEE JOSEPH-SIMON CALEB-JOHN

| 2002 2004 2005 2007

|________________________________________________________________________________

BETH-NADA ANNA-RUTH LEAH JOSHUA KATE-JOANNA

1983 1985 1987 1992 1994



NOTES ON AUSTRALIAN FAMILY 3 (JOHN born 1852 see Newlyn family 1)
AGNES-MAUDE born 11JAN1892 Penola, died 1892 age three months (epidemic)

AGNES-MAUD born 12FEB1893 Penola, married Hermon Schmidt, two daughters and one son, died 1971

ETHEL born 14MAY1895 Penola, died 28MAY1897 Perth

JOHN-LLEWELLYN born 10JAN1902 Penola, informant on father’s death certificate 1931, enlisted in the army at Penola 24APR1942 seervice number S75961 with sister AGNES as next-of-kin posted to 9th battalion volunteer corps as private S75961, discharged from army 02NOV1945, stone- mason, fisherman, farmer, died 1889 (according to John Pedler), died 07AUG1888, buried 10AUG1888

x AUDREY from Devon, no children, lived Penola

LIONEL-LANYON born 1903 Penola, stone mason and builder, married 26SEP1934 St Andrews Church Penola (The Advertiser [Adelaide] 09OCT1934 page 14 and Border Watch 06OCT1934 page 3), lived Penola, died 1995

x ELSIE-NADA born Australia, died 19AUG1983
LYNETTE-NADA 12MAY1936, died age 1 week

NADINE-MARY born 09JUN1937, married; possibly a living person so personal information has been reduced.

IAN-JOHN born 21JUL1939 Penola; possibly a living person so personal information has been reduced.

x JUDITH born 1940

RICHARD-LIONEL born 1944 approx. Australia; possibly a living person so personal information has been reduced.

x RAELENE

x SHERYL-FAY
MALCOLM-KEITH born 10NOV1961 Penola; possibly a living person so personal information has been reduced.

x JANE possibly a living person so personal information has been reduced.

STEPHEN-CRAIG born 15JUN1964; possibly a living person so personal information has been reduced.

x ROBYN-MARGARET possibly a living person so personal information has been reduced.

SUSAN-MARIE born 12AUG1969, married; possibly a living person so personal information has been reduced.

JOHN-LANYON born 14APR1974; possibly a living person so personal information has been reduced.

x MICHELLE-GAIL-JULIE possibly a living person so personal information has been reduced.

NOTES ON AUSTRALIAN FAMILY 3 (continued)
LISA-MARIE born 28OCT1967; possibly a living person so personal information has been reduced.

FIONA-JAYNE born 1969, married JAN1998 Sommerton Park South Australia; possibly a living person so personal information has been reduced.

SIMON-LEE born 09MAR1970 or 1971, married FEB2001 North Adelaide; possibly a living person so personal information has been reduced..

x LEAH-MARGARET


BRADLEY-SCOTT born 20NOV1999

PHOEBE-SUZANNE born 14JUN2001


STACEY-MARIE born 26JUL1987; possibly a living person so personal information has been reduced.

ELLEN-MARGARET born 24APR1989

EMILY-JUDITH born 28DEC1995

ZACHARY-STEPHEN born 31AUG1998


ESTELLE born 31JUL2002

JOEL-LEE born 08FEB2004, died as infant

JOSEPH-SIMON born 30JUN2005

CALEB-JOHN born 27OCT2007


BETH-NADA born 03DEC1983; possibly a living person so personal information has been reduced.

ANNA-RUTH born 16APR1985

LEAH born 21FEB1987; possibly a living person so personal information has been reduced.

JOSHUA born 06JUN1992; possibly a living person so personal information has been reduced.

KATE-JOANNA born 1994


OTHER INFORMATION ON AUSTRALIAN FAMILY 3
Constructed from information from:


  1. Sally-Ann Clarke daughter to Barry-David Clarke and Nadine-Mary Tregenza who supplied the majority of this information. Sally has brother Brett-Lanyon Clarke. Sally also supplied a copy of the marriage certificate of John Tregenza and Agnes-Jane Boneham

  2. an email from Helen Castle hcastle@ozemail.com.au and hcastle@bigfoot.com [RootsWeb’s WorldConnect Project: The Castle & Malloy Families]

  3. ‘Tregenza in Australia 2007’ by John G. Pedler of 4 Monaro Crescent Newton South Australia 5074

  4. a letter in 2006 from IAN-JOHN Tregenza married to Judith Vinall

  5. the official Australian football league website www.afl.com.au

  6. website of the Port Adelaide Magpies football club (Australian rules) www.portmagpies.com.au

  7. www.genealogy.com

  8. www.facebook.com

  9. wikipedia (SIMON-LEE)

  10. http://trove.nla.gov.au Digitised newspapers in National Library of Australia

  11. http://recordsearch.naa.gov.au National Archives of Australia especially armed services enlistment records

  12. www.blogger.com Jane Tregenza Seriously Scrapbooking

Note:


    • Amber-Joy Poulton and LEAH Tregenza sisters singing on YouTube


AUSTRALIAN FAMILY 4

ROBERT


1843

m1 Bridget Dunn

| m2 Harriet Morris (nee Harley)

1___________|______________________________________________________________________________________________________________

ROBERT MARY-JANE JOHN-BOON WILLIAM EDWARD HENRY ELIZABETH ALBERT GEORGE THOMAS

1879 1872 1873 1875 1877 1878 ANN 1883 -ALBERT 1887

m1 Mary Lemke m Alice m Catherine- 1881 1885

m2 Mary Baunton Neale | Mary-Philadelphia m Alice McHugh

| | | McPhee |

| |2 AUSTRALIAN FAMILY 5 AUSTRALIAN FAMILY 16

| AUSTRALIAN FAMILY 9

1_____________________________|____________________________________________________________________________________

ALBERT-GEORGE BERTHA-VALENE ALMA RALPH HORACE-EDWARD ANNE-EDNA

1895 1898 -ELANAR 1900 1901 1902 1904

m Jane Campbell | m1 Evelyn Ledgerwood m Elvie-Mary Altmann

|_______________________ AUSTRALIAN FAMILY 11 m2 Vera |

EILEEN MARGARET |_____ |

1914 1916 JOHN |

1922 |

____________________________________________________________|___________________________________________



LANCE TREVOR-CHARLES MAXWELL-JOHN ALAN-ALEXANDER JANET-

1940 1943 1946 1948 MAREE

m Valda-Ann Weatheryrstone m1 Lynette-Joy Launer m Lynette-Joyce Klemm 1952

____________|_______ m2 Lynette-Kay Benbow |_________________________________

SHANE DONNA 1_____|_____________ SIMONE-LEE DEAN-BRADLEY

1969 1971 ANTHONY-CHARLES 1971 1973

1974 ______|_

m Melissa-Jayne Woodhouse two sons



NOTES ON AUSTRALIAN FAMILY 4 (ROBERT born 1843 see Newlyn Family 1)
ROBERT born 26AUG1870 Narracoorte, labourer, lived Glenthompson Victoria, died Hamilton Hospital Victoria, 05NOV/DEC1927, buried Hamilton Cemetery

MARY-JANE born 24APR1872 Narracoorte, married Alex Munro about 1903, married 51 years, housekeeper for Roberson family at Struan House 8 kilometres south of Narracoorte (husband handyman for the family), died 03OCT1961, Alex died age 80 14SEP1954, both buried Narracoorte Cemetery, one son Roy married Millie

JOHN-BOON born 23MAY1873 or 1874 Narracoorte South Australia, railway employee Victoria, worked at Moy Station early in life, stone mason, first marriage 20JUN1895 Wesleyan Parsonage Narracoorte, children split up with some fostered some with relatives and others wards of state, moved to Goroke soon after death of first wife, share farmer and worker on the Victoria Railway, second marriage 28SEP1909 Horsham, lived 4 Little Ryrie Street 1944, lived 6 Little Ryrie Street Geelong 1950, died 29OCT1944 Geelong of cerebro-vascular accident

x MARY (=MINNIE) born 1872 approx., died age 33 in 29AUG1905 in childbirth with seventh child

x MARY born 1887 approx., died 28JUL1974 Geelong Victoria age 87, buried Geelong Cemetery

WILLIAM born 27JUN1875 Narracoorte, unmarried, died 13MAY1950

EDWARD born 10JUN1877 Narracoorte, married 23MAY1906, served in the First World War, buried Mount Gambier Cemetery

x ALICE no issue, died 28DEC1910 soon after marriage

HENRY (=HARRY) born 28DEC1878 Narracoorte South Australia, married 11JUL1900 Edenhope, worked on Murray River locks including number 1 lock at Blanchetown, 1926 time sheet found by his great grandson GRAHAM-REGINALD shows he was fireman at lock 9, died 19OCT1948 Loxton, buried 21OCT1948 Loxton South Australia, possibly is HENRY a fireman born 28DEC1894 became volunteer labourer 01JUN1942 (more details on-line at National Australian Archives http://recordsearch.naa.gov.au),

x CATHERINE-MARY-PHILADELPHIA born 1876 Edenhope Victoria, ran 4square grocery in Blanchetown South Australia, died 13AUG1939 or 28DEC1939

ELIZABETH-ANN born 07MAY1881 Narracoorte, married George Colwill or Thomas-Ascot-McColville Colwill 22AUG1905 or 1903, died 22MAR1971, buried New Cheltenham Cemetery Victoria

ALBERT born 24NOV1883 Narracoorte, “Private ALBERT son of late ROBERT [died 10SEP1918] wounded at the front” West Wimmera Mail Friday 27SEP1918 service number 6092 7th Infantry Battalion enlisted in Melbourne Victoria single labourer next of kin ROBERT (father of Goroke Victoria) (more details on-line at National Australian Archives http://recordsearch.naa.gov.au), unmarried, died 13APR1951, buried Spring Vale Cemetery Victoria



NOTES ON AUSTRALIAN FAMILY 4 (continued)
GEORGE-ALBERT born 28MAY1885 Goroke, groom living Goroke Victoria 1908 electoral roll, visited King Island with a friend and got casual work in as hotel run by the Porter family, met his wife in the hotel, married about 1916 Launceston, enlisted in army at Melbourne in the first world war private number 2679 6th Infantry Battalion single groom with next of kin R.TREGENZA (ROBERT father) (more details on-line at National Australian Archives http://recordsearch.naa.gov.au),, after war became lighthouse keeper first stationed at King Island, then Maatsuyker, Swan Island, Cape Sorrell and Eddystone Point, children attended a boarding school in Tasmania, 1949 retired from Low Head having done 20 years, moved to Melbourne, died 15SEP1968 Frankston

x ALICE born 1899, died 1961 Frankston

THOMAS born 27JUN1887 Narracoorte, loved horse riding, employed to break horses over wide area of pastoral countryside, retired to a timber framed house at the back of the Wilcannia Hotel to drink his savings, unmarried, he was robbed and his room set alight, the autopsy showed he had been shot, the robbers/murderers were caught and punished after being charged with similar offences, for an alternative version of the story see details of the case in other information (the case was abandoned for lack of evidence),murdered 17JAN1958 in hotel Wilcannia, buried Wilcannia NSW
ALBERT-GEORGE born 10MAY1895 Narracoorte, worked as a farm hand for Trevor Williams at Kilgarvie near Narracoorte, enlisted in the first world war at the army camp Mitcham South Australia private number 3128 in 43rd Infantry Battlaion next of kin JANE (wife) labourer married with two children (more details on-line at National Australian Archives http://recordsearch.naa.gov.au),, during this time his wife and children lived with the Clayfield family at Prospect and then with her parents at Wallaroo, severely wounded in the first world war, convalesced in Cornwall, farmed a soldier settler block, died 04OCT1969 Mount Gambier

x JANE (=JENNIE) born 1891, died 1977

BERTHA-VALENE-ELANAR born 1897, married Joseph Dobbins, contracted tuberculosis during pregnancy and died with son in childbirth 1922, buried West Terrace Cemetery Adelaide

ALMA born 1899, worked in service in various palaces in Adelaide and then on a sheep station at Deniliquin where she met her husband who worked the ponies there, married Jack McCarthy, ran farm together at Shipton, later moved to Ballarat for son’s education, died 03APR1963 same year as husband, buried Ballarat Cemetery Victoria

RALPH born 1901, ward of state until age 14, employee of railway (guard) then after second marriage at John Martin's carpets, died 1973, buried Enfield Cemetery Adelaide

x EVELYN parents were fruit farmers at Waikerie, died in her 50s, buried with Ralph

x VERA

NOTES ON AUSTRALIAN FAMILY 4 (continued)
HORACE-EDWARD (=HORRIE) born 27OCT1902 Narracoorte, mother died when he was age three and he moved with his father to Victoria, share farmer at Bangerang and Beulah until married, amateur footballer, married 24MAR1938 Rainbow, after marriage worked and farmed for his wife’s parents, bought allotment 43 (on Rainbow to Rosebery road) in 1952, breed horses, member of Horsham trotting club, show steward, local football supporter, member of St Stephens Lutheran Church Rainbow, died 1969 Rainbow Victoria

x ELVIE-MARY born about 1896 of South Australia (see website familysearch.com)

ANNE-EDNA (=ANNIE) born 18JAN1904 Narracoorte, ward of state until age 20 (1925), first marriage 1929 Malcolm-Lawson Edgar died 1948 age 52 (but John Pedler gives 02MAY1915 to 24APR2000), one son and one daughter, second marriage 07FEB1950 Edwin-Paul (=Joe) Weinert a widower with children, died 21JAN1995 Adelaide
EILEEN born 12MAY1914, nurse at Alfred Hospital, may be ELLEN died 1937 Sydney father ALBERT (found in New South Wales fiche by Sandra Tregenza)

MARGARET born 12AUG1916, married 02MAY1940 Mount Gambier; possibly a living person so personal information has been reduced.


JOHN born 1922, had cerebral palsy
LANCE born 22AUG1940 Rainbow Victoria, married 23APR1966 Magpie near Ballarat Victoria

x VALDA-ANN born 18OCT??

TREVOR-CHARLES born 09MAR1943 Rainbow Victoria, works in financial services, second marriage to widow probably his marriage on 06NOV1971 Lutheran Church Netherby Victoria, died 19APR1985 Royal Melbourne Hospital Melbourne Victoria Australia, buried Swan Hill Cemetery Swan Hill Victoria

x LYNETTE-JOY born 25MAR1948, medical receptionist, died 19APR1985

x LYNETTE-KAY born 18JUN1945; possibly a living person so personal information has been reduced.

NOTES ON AUSTRALIAN FAMILY 4 (continued)
MAXWELL-JOHN born 21APR1946 Rainbow Victoria, marriage 19APR1969; possibly a living person so personal information has been reduced.

x LYNETTE-JOYCE born 02DEC1947

ALAN-ALEXANDER born 28NOV1948, Rainbow Victoria, unmarried

JANET-MAREE born 23APR1952 Rainbow Victoria, hairdresser, married 08SEP1973, widowed 12JUN1993, remarried 22DEC2003 in Ashburton; possibly a living person so personal information has been reduced.


SHANE born 01MAY1969 Magpie near Ballarat Victoria

DONNA born 28MAY1971 Magpie near Ballarat Victoria


SIMONE-LEE born 02MAY1971 Rainbow Victoria; possibly a living person so personal information has been reduced.

DEAN-BRADLEY born 02DEC1973 Rainbow Victoria, married; possibly a living person so personal information has been reduced.


ANTHONY-CHARLES born 20SEP1974 Swan Hill, married 29APR2006; possibly a living person so personal information has been reduced.

x MELISSA-JAYNE born 25MAR1982; possibly a living person so personal information has been reduced.



OTHER INFORMATION ON AUSTRALIAN FAMILY 4
Constructed from information from:

  1. Mary-Doune Gerber (nee Edgar) see note below

  2. Margaret Laslett (née Tregenza)

  3. Sandra Tregenza PO Box 932 Geelong 3220 Victoria

  4. an email from Chris McClure (born Wilcannia)

  5. an email from Marilyn Jardine of Lucindale South Australia about MARY Tregenza née Lemke

  6. ‘Tregenza in Australia 2007’ by John G. Pedler of 4 Monaro Crescent Newton South Australia 5074

  7. copy of the death certificate of JOHN died 20OCT1944 from Margaret Laslett

  8. copy of the marriage certificate of ROBERT to Bridget Dunn from Margaret Laslett

  9. copy of the death certificate of ROBERT died 03SEP1918 from Margaret Laslett

  10. copy of the Adelaide shipping lists giving ROBERT as an immigrant from Margaret Laslett

  11. copy of an article in a newspaper from Sydney Australia about Hazel Dulcie Bodsworth and THOMAS 1887 date unknown, source unknown but probably on of the correspondents above (see below)

  12. West Wimmera Mail [about ALBERT] from www.ballaratgenealogy.org.au/goroke/wwm1918.htm

  13. individual records www.familysearch.org

  14. http://trove.nla.gov.au Digitised newspapers in National Library of Australia

  15. www.awm.gov.au/research/people/ First World War Embarkation Roll

  16. list of some publications by DEAN from http://igw.nsw.uca.org.au/lists/insights/threads.htm (mail thread index)

  17. http://recordsearch.naa.gov.au National Archives of Australia especially armed servies enlistment records

  18. www.facebook.com

OTHER INFORMATION ON AUSTRALIAN FAMILY 4 (continued)
Note:

    • As information was received Australian Families 3 to 8 were reorganised and there were unpublished previous editions of this family tree in which this family was numbered 5 and 6.

    • ANNE born1904 married Malcolm Edgar and had a son Melvin-Lawson and daughter Mary-Doune-Lawson. Mary-Doune first marriage Bernard Coombs three children and second marriage Robert Charles Gerber three more children.

    • TREVOR-CHARLES born 09MAR1943 Rainbow Victoria, died 19APR1985 Royal Melbourne Hospital Melbourne Victoria, buried Swan Hill Cemetery Swan Hill Victoria www.familysearch.org

    • On Facebook DEAN, ANDREW and LUKE are friends – they may be father and sons.

THOMAS 1887 ‘WOMAN FREED ON MURDER CHARGE’ ‘Australia’ newspaper Sydney

At her second trial on a charge of murdering a man in 1958, Hazel Dulcie Bodsworth, 54, formerly of Wilcannia, was yesterday acquitted by direction of Mr Justice R L Taylor. Mrs Bodsworth, mother of 9 children, had pleaded not guilty to the murder of Thomas Tregenza, 70, a retired shearer, in a Wilcannia hotel on 17 January 1958. The Senior Crown Prosecutor, Mr W J Knight, QC alleged that while Tregenza was lying in bed she threw methylated spirits on the bedclothes lit a match and burnt him to death. Mr Knight alleged that Mrs Bodsworth killed Tregenza, who has a very sizeable bank account, because she believed that she would inherit the money. The judge yesterday upheld a submission made in absence of the jury by Mrs Bodsworth’s counsel, Mr M J N Atwill, that a record of interview between Mrs Bodsworth and police at Melbourne CIB in December 1964 was ;legally inadmissible. Mr Atwill said that Mrs Bodsworth’s husband, Henry Bodsworth, at Melbourne CIB in the presence of police officers, had said to her, “Why don’t you tell the truth about everything. You will feel a lot better if you tell truth. If you did anything to Tom tell them about it now because it doesn’t matter how many more you have done.” Mr Justice Taylor said that what Bodsworth said to his wife amounted in law to an inducement to make subsequent confessional statements. There was nothing unfair about the way the statements were obtained but he was not satisfied they were made freely and voluntarily. See email on next page for further details of Mrs Bodsworth’s activities.

OTHER INFORMATION ON AUSTRALIAN FAMILY 4 (continued)
THOMAS 1887

Extract from an email from Chris McClure (born Wilcannia) giving more information on the activities of Hazel Bodsworth:


“I have always wondered what became of this woman. She worked on our family sheep station in the 50s along with Tom Tregenza (who I knew and who, incidentally, was a very nice person) during which time she murdered my uncle, Sam Overton, who was managing the property for my father.
She had previously murdered her first husband; later murdered Tom; and even later was finally brought undone when her oldest children overheard her conspiring, with husband Henry, to do away with their youngest two children. They then took this news to the police.
Bodsworth had murdered her first husband by rolling him - in his wheelchair - into a dam, where he drowned. Henry was said to be an accomplice. She murdered my uncle slowly, using small amounts of arsenic over a period of time. He was thought to have died from sclerosis, a diagnosis 'pushed' onto the local doctor by Bodsworth. Her aim was to take over the management of the property with her husband. This would never have eventuated, as quite apart from their lack of experience, the couple had shown themselves untrustworthy in other ways. My father had noticed that two expensive saddles, some whips, tools and rifles had gone missing, and had done a 'window inspection' of the couples' quarters and had seen the saddles stacked in a corner. When they returned from town he questioned them, whereupon Hazel threatened him with a rifle. He tried to dismiss them, but they complained to the local police, who accused dad of “victimising the honest workers” ! Incidentally, the Bodsworths made a virtue of cultivating the local police force (in this case and on later occasions) by baking cakes and pies and stopping in to the stationhouse to pass the time of day whenever they could. This certainly paid off ! Hazel was also believed to have attempted to murder another property manager in the years following Tom's death.
Unfortunately, all I know is that Hazel was sent to jail for the murder of my uncle (my father gave evidence) and that she would probably have been released while still alive. We joked that being one of her older children was the World's Most Dangerous Job!”

received 18 March 2008


HENRY AUSTRALIAN FAMILY 5

1878


m Catherine-Mary-Philadelphia McPhee

__________________|___________________________________________________________________________________________continued at *

THOMAS- LAVINA- FLORENCE ROBERT- CATHERINE- ALICE- ROBERT ALBERT

JOHN-HENRY ELLEN -MARY LEOPOLD HARRIET-ANNIE LOUISE- -ARTHUR 1914

1900 1902 1904 1906 1908 MAY 1912

m Florence-Marion Edwards m Mary McGahan 1911

|_________________________________________________ *_________________________________________________________

REGINALD- LIONEL- LEO- daughter ERNEST- LENSEY-GEORGE ELSIE- DOREEN-

THOMAS ROBERT DONALD WILLIAM 1916 JEAN BLANCHE-

1923 1925 1927 1915 m Irene-Elizabeth 1920 LORRAINE

m Betty-Joan m Lenswood- m Ronda-Ethel Wye m Ruth-Jean Meek | Angas 1922

| Baumgurtle | Cynthia | | AUSTRALIAN FAMILY 15

| | Mason | |_____________________________________________________

| | | ALLAN-ERNEST-GEORGE KEVIN-RAYMOND

AUSTRALIAN | AUSTRALIAN 1936 1938

FAMILY 13 | FAMILY 14 m Margaret-Cecilia-Rose Murphy m1 Marlene-Anne Ellis

__________________|_ | m2 Janeth-Raelene Clayton

MEREDITH KATHY | 1_____________________________|______________________

1953 1959 | SHARON-ANN SUZAN-KAY DARRYL-WAYNE

| | 1962 1963 1966

| ________________________|_______________________________________ m Caralyn-Tricia Perry

|______________________________ STEPHEN-ALLEN JANINE- PAUL-JOHN DAVID-GERARD |____________

BENJAMIN- KATE IZAAK 1959 MARGARET 1962 1965 KELLY-JADE

KEITH 1996 1998 m Jennifer Elliott 1960 m Penny Nixon m Kylie Thommason 1991

1981 ________________________|_ ________________________|__________ |________________

ANDREW JOSHUA-LUKE MATTHEW- RACHAEL- CAMARON SAM JOEL

1981 1985 WINGFIELD ANN 1994 1996

1992 1994 1996



NOTES ON AUSTRALIAN FAMILY 5 (HENRY born 1878 see Australian Family 4)
THOMAS-JOHN-HENRY born 11OCT1900 Narracoorte South Australia, the family were born and lived in Forest Range South Australia, entered first world war in Australian Infantry age 16 claiming he was older (18 & 7 months) enlisted at Renmark South Australia single labourer next of kin HENRY (father) private number 3723 in 50th Infantry Battalion (more details on-line at National Australian Archives http://recordsearch.naa.gov.au),, enlisted in second world war at Wayville South Australia service number S48 motor driver of Forest Range Church of England next of kin FLORENCE (wife), became sergeant Australian Imperial Force Instructor at nearby Woodside army camp (ACMF 14 Training Battalion) 1939-1945 War Medal and Star service number S48 (www.forces-war-records.co.uk) married widow (more details on-line at National Australian Archives http://recordsearch.naa.gov.au),, died prematurely after a car accident on the Mount Barker road South Australia at Devil’s Elbow when a cyclist crashed through his windscreen – died on route to Dawes Road army hospital of burst blood vessel, plaque commemorating him at the car park between Lenswood and Forest Range, sergeant S48 in the Australian Infantry died 05OCT1943 age 42 parents HENRY and KATHLEEN wife FLORENCE-MARION of Forest Range and buried in grave 16 plot B. row C in Adelaide Cemetery Centennial Park according to www.cwgc.org Commonwealth War Graves Commission website

x FLORENCE-MARION (=FLO) neé Edlington

LAVINA-ELLEN (= VEE) born 11JUL1903 or 25AUG1902 Narracoorte, married Gordon-Clement-James Meek 28DEC1921, died 25JUN1998

FLORENCE-MARY (=MOLLY), born 10MAY1902 Narracoorte (05MAY1904 Naracoorte in Pedigree Resource File), married 07APR1928 Adelaide to Nathaniel-George Richardson (born 26JAN1894, died 09DEC1951) see Pedigree Resource File http://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.2.1/SBCY-N5B, one daughter, died 20APR1947 Adelaide

ROBERT-LEOPOLD (=LEO) born 12FEB1906 Narracoorte, jockey, married, no issue, died 25APR1950 Adelaide

x MARY (=MOLLY)

CATHERINE-HARRIET-ANNIE born 25SEP1908 Broken Hill NSW, married William-Herbert-Charles Fryer, one son, died 01MAY1997

ALICE-LOUISE-MAY born 15APR1911, died 03JUL1914

ROBERT-ARTHUR born13OCT1912 Berri, died 14JUL1917

ALBERT born 13MAY1914 Berri, died 13MAY1914

ERNEST-WILLIAM born 21JUL1915 or 16JUL1914 Berri, married 10JUN1936 Brompton, enlisted in army 29APR1941 at Adelaide married stoker next of kin RUTH wife of 12 East Street Brompton South Australia (more details on-line at National Australian Archives http://recordsearch.naa.gov.au),) was craftsman number SX15780 at Fortress workshops Freemantle and discharged 08NOV1945, died 26MAY1970

x RUTH-JEAN (=JEAN) born 25MAY1918, died 17MAY1982, Clarence-Henry Meek brother gave her as next of kin when enlisting (more details of him on-line at National Australian Archives http://recordsearch.naa.gov.au) and both their addresses as 12 East Street Brompton 23OCt 1941



NOTES ON AUSTRALIAN FAMILY 5 (continued)
LENSEY-GEORGE born 18NOV1916 Narracoorte, married 25FEB1939, enlisted in arm y 21JUN1941 at Adelaide next of kin IRENE (wife), private SX6124 in RFTS2 4 battalion Adelaide, in Recruit Reception Depot Wayville court martial 5 10 17 & 31MAR1942 and in 2/43rd Australian Infantry Battalion court martial 23SEP1943 (http://recordsearch.naa.gov.au A471-24249 & 42395), discharged 31JAN1944

x IRENE-ELIZABETH of Plympton South Australia, born 29SEP1918 Thebarton, died 16SEP1990

ELSIE-JEAN born 23NOV1920 Swan Reach, married 15AUG1941 Jack-Verdun Riley of Clarence Gardens South Australia, died 09JUL1990

DOREEN-BLANCHE-LORRAINE born 23SEP1922 Blanchetown South Australia, first marriage Ronald-Alfred Boswell 1941, one son and one daughter, second marriage 08SEP1953 Michael Hill of Victoria South Australia, two sons


REGINALD-THOMAS born 25JUN1923 Woodside South Australia, married 15SEP1947, market gardener growing vegetables and apples at Lenswood and Forest Range also made and sold posts and stakes for tomatoes etc., later worked at Patterson’s Wrecking yard Rowly Park Adelaide, 1957 a bush fire destroyed livestock and the orchard so the family moved to Waikerie where he worked on a fruit block for Red Isaacson, later he did contracting work supplying timber for fencing and grape vine trellising, in later life had his lower legs amputated due to gangrene resulting from poor circulation, died 13APR1989 Waikerie South Australia

x BETTY-JOAN of Waikerie

LIONEL-ROBERT born 04OCT1925; possibly a living person so personal information has been reduced.

x LENSWOOD-CYNTHIA of Adelaide suburbs, died 13JUL1989

LEO-DONALD born 24JUN1927 Mount Barker or Forest Range, married 28JAN1948 Basket Range, first home was a Wye’s Orchard Basket Range, then moved to Hindmarsh and worked in a pottery, after an industrial accident he worked at Brompton gas works, then earth moving work in the Northern Territory at Adelaide River and Tennant Creek, after a holiday visit to their daughter in Tasmania, they bought and lived on a farm they named “No-where-else in Tasmania”, he ran the beef farm and worked at nearby pulp mill in Davenport, killed 03JUN1981 when feeding cattle – a tractor rolled on him

x RONDA-ETHEL born 27DEC1927

daughter died as infant

NOTES ON AUSTRALIAN FAMILY 5 (continued)
ALAN-ERNEST-GEORGE born 03JUN1936 Adelaide, married 08FEB1958; possibly a living person so personal information has been reduced.

x MARGARET-CECILIA-ROSE born 18OCT1935

KEVIN-RAYMOND born 25MAY1938 Adelaide, first marriage 25MAR1961, second marriage 03AUG1995

x MARLENE-ANNE born 01SEP1941 Adelaide

x JANETH-RAELENE born 19MAY1942 Adelaide
MEREDITH born 23FEB1953; possibly a living person so personal information has been reduced.

KATHY born 13APR1959; possibly a living person so personal information has been reduced.


SHARON-ANN born 12JUN1962, first marriage 19NOV1983, divorced, second marriage 14FEB1993; possibly a living person so personal information has been reduced.

SUZAN-KAY born 01JUN1963Adelaide; possibly a living person so personal information has been reduced.

DARRYL-WAYNE born 03NOV1966; possibly a living person so personal information has been reduced.

x CARALYN-TRICIA


STEPHEN-ALLEN born 24JAN1959, married 06APR1984; possibly a living person so personal information has been reduced.

x JENNY born 28DEC1964; possibly a living person so personal information has been reduced.

JANINE-MARGARET born 07AUG1960, married 06JAN1984; possibly a living person so personal information has been reduced.

PAUL-JOHN born 15MAR1962 Adelaide, married 28FEB1991; possibly a living person so personal information has been reduced.

x PENNY ; possibly a living person so personal information has been reduced.

DAVID-GERARD born 09OCT1965 Adelaide

x KYLIE

NOTES ON AUSTRALIAN FAMILY 5 (continued)
BENJAMIN-KEITH born 25APR1981

KATE born 1996

IZAAC born 11MAR1998
KELLY-JADE born 24APR1991
ANDREW born 07MAY1981

JOSHUA-LUKE born 16AUG1985


MATTHEW-WINGFIELD born 09NOV1992

RACHAEL-ANN born 18NOV1992

CAMARON born 28MAR1996
SAM born 25JUL1994

JOEL born 23JUL1996



OTHER INFORMATION ON AUSTRALIAN FAMILY 5
Constructed with information from:

  1. Sandra Tregenza PO Box 932 Geelong 3220 Victoria Australia

  2. email from Kathy (born 1959) tregadel27@hotmail.com

  3. Sally-Ann Clarke daughter to Barry-David Clarke and Nadine-Mary Tregenza

  4. email from Paul Meek 09JAN2011 descendent of LAVINA

  5. ‘Tregenza in Australia 2007’ by John G. Pedler of 4 Monaro Crescent Newton South Australia 5074

  6. www.cwgc.org Commonwealth War Graves Commission website via Sandra Tregenza

  7. www.forces-war-records.co.uk

  8. www.awm.gov.au/research/people/ Australian War Memorial

  9. Pedigree Resource File http://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.2.1/SBCY-N5B

  10. http://recordsearch.naa.gov.au National Archives of Australia especially armed services enlistment records

Note:


  • Shaun-Craig Perry born 24APR1986 a toolmaker is son of CARALYN-TRICIA TREGENZA neé Perry and so step-brother of KELLY-JADE 1991

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