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10001 See Joseph Nunns' will. WADDELTON, Joseph (I11233)
 
10002 See Joseph Nunns' will. ENNEVER, Robert John (I699)
 
10003 See Joseph Nunns' will. ENNEVER, Sarah Jane (I698)
 
10004 See Joseph Nunns' will. ENNEVER, Henry Joseph (I697)
 
10005 See Joseph Nunns' will. ENNEVER, Caroline (I695)
 
10006 See Joseph Nunns' will. ENNEVER, Joseph Samuel (I694)
 
10007 See Joseph Nunns' will. ENNEVER, Emma (I443)
 
10008 See Joseph Nunns' will. ENNEVER, Mary Amelia (I442)
 
10009 See Joseph's birth certificate. DRISCOLL, Hannah (I1107)
 
10010 See Joseph's will. NUNNS, William James (I11110)
 
10011 See Joseph's will. LEGG, Elizabeth (I11220)
 
10012 See Joseph's will. NUNNS, William James (I11110)
 
10013 See Joseph's will. NUNNS, Maria Martha (I709)
 
10014 See Joseph's will. NUNNS, John Francis (I708)
 
10015 See Joseph's will. NUNNS, Henry (I707)
 
10016 See Joseph's will. NUNNS, Mary (I706)
 
10017 See Joseph's will. NUNNS, Robert (I702)
 
10018 See London Gazette announcement re claims on his estate. ENNEVER, William Joseph (I386)
 
10019 See Maria nee Noice's will. HILL, Amelia (I332)
 
10020 See Maria nee Noice's will. ENNEVER, Frederick (I337)
 
10021 See Maria nee Noice's will. ENNEVER, Maria (I338)
 
10022 See Maria nee Noice's will. VINER, Jane (I344)
 
10023 See Maria nee Noice's will. FARROW, William Richard (I18378)
 
10024 See Maria nee Noice's will. Also left a portrait of Robert Ponder Ennever. ENNEVER, Alfred (I336)
 
10025 See Maria nee Noice's will. Referred to as Ellen. ENNEVER, Eliza (I345)
 
10026 See marriage entry in the parish records for what appears to be an error in occupations. STYLES, Caroline (I27946)
 
10027 See marriage for address. First word unclear. HILLMAN, Robert Francis Cameron (I32443)
 
10028 See marriages of Henry Joseph & Sarah Jane when their father was recorded as Richard. ENNEVER, Henry (I14785)
 
10029 See Military census. ENNEVER, Henry Joseph (I697)
 
10030 See Military. ENNEVER, Henry Joseph (I697)
 
10031 See Newgate Gaol documents. ENNEVER, William (I209)
 
10032 See note in WW1 Service papers of Samuel Francis in which his mother writes about her "invalide" daughter in the last stage of consumption. ENNEVER, Ada Rosalie (I109)
 
10033 See note on Mary Ann Common's marriage to Philip Jones. COMMON, Simon Robert (I6552)
 
10034 See notes on Alfred George Frusher re number of children born to the family. ENEVER, Sarah Ann (I14939)
 
10035 See notes on Emma Britten nee Enever. BRITTEN, Arthur James (I16762)
 
10036 See notes on Emma Britten nee Enever. BRITTEN, Emily Frances (I16763)
 
10037 See notes on marriage of Robert John Ennever & Annie Fairbanks Whillier. Family (spouse) F5963
 
10038 See occupation recorded against Mary Tribe. TRIBE, Thomas (I2421)
 
10039 As a living person is linked to this information, further details have been withheld. MOTT, Sylvia Frances (I17948)
 
10040 See person notes. EVERATT, Wallace Frederick (I33386)
 
10041 See Samuel James Bennett's letter to his cousin, James Keen Enever.
http://www.ennever.com/showmedia.php?mediaID=5540&medialinkID=9036 
EDKINS, Ernest Samuel S (I20683)
 
10042 See Sarah Anne's christening. VOSE, Sarah Hannah (I12471)
 
10043 See Stanley's baptism. It is unclear if May is a given or surname.
Possibly Emily Potter (see marriage in 1893 in Kotri, Bombay). 
UNKNOWN, Emily May (I29258)
 
10044 See text included in William Ennever. WADE, Elizabeth (I210)
 
10045 See text of Will. ENNEVER, Joseph (I11041)
 
10046 See text of Will. ENNEVER, Joseph (I11041)
 
10047 See the 'histories' link for details of what is almost certainly a bigamous relationship with Henry Collins, her aunt's husband. ENNEVER, Mary Stothart (I1300)
 
10048 See the 'histories' link for details of what is almost certainly a bigamous relationship with Mary Stothart Ennever. COLLINS, Henry (I1311)
 
10049 See The Tichborne Fraud ORTON, Edmund (I30569)
 
10050 See The Tichborne Fraud ORTON, Edmund (I30569)
 
10051 See travel 1913. The 1930 census is unclear but appears to record 1904 or 1924. ASKEY, Charles Preston (I17054)
 
10052 Self and parents all recorded as born Indiana. HALFMANN, Charles Louis (I33168)
 
10053 Selina J Tyrrell is recorded as male, 26 and a builder. It appears that the enumerator has confused Edward (not recorded) and Selina. HOLDER, Selina Jane (I28881)
 
10054 Selon les archives d'immigration, Nathaniel Challis était de nationalité Inglesa et réligion protestante .

De profession gas.fitter, arrive à L'Argentine dans le bateau Hevelius ayant embarqué en Southampton.

El buque Hevelius llegó por primera vez a Argentina en el año 1882. Su último arribo fue años más tarde, en 1891. Durante este período, y a lo largo de los 31 viajes que realizó a la Argentina, transportó a un total de 708 pasajeros.

Los puertos de embarque más utilizados en orden de importancia fueron: Southampton, Liverpool, Amberes, Londres, Bahia, Vigo, Rio De Janeiro.


Source: http://communaute.dateas.com/nathaniel-challis 
CHALLIS, Nathaniel (I19304)
 
10055 Seneca Larke was described as Indian and yet both his parents were born in the UK. The name has origins in the native American Indian tribe of the Iroquois and the area west of New York. LARKE, Seneca (I5918)
 
10056 Separated from Andrew, who is living with Susannah. FORSTER, Caroline Mary Ann (I48)
 
10057 Separated from his wife, who is living with their 2 children in Gravesend, Kent. PLENTY, Edwin William Washburn (I7475)
 
10058 Servant JUDGES, Edith Ann (I34526)
 
10059 Servant for Robert Henry Burley & family ENNEVER, Susannah Mary (I86)
 
10060 Servant to Andrew Purnell & family. Andrew's son, Frederick, married her niece, Harriet Emma Curtis, in 1886. LOCKYER, Emma (I6509)
 
10061 Servant to Benjamin Overton & family (Benjamin is Ada's uncle) POLLYN, Ada Ellen (I11894)
 
10062 Servant to Charles J Klaftenberger & family. SMITH, Elizabeth (I1738)
 
10063 Servant to George H McNamara (unclear) GP MRCS. ENEVER, Mary Ann (I14282)
 
10064 Servant to her brother-in-law & sister (Edgar Corder & Elizth) HAMMOND, Hannah Rose E (I8374)
 
10065 Servant to her sister, Sarah Ann Lockwood. APPLETON, Amelia (I2317)
 
10066 Servant to her uncle George Lockyer. CURTIS, Harriet Emma (I2220)
 
10067 Servant to her uncle George Lockyer. CURTIS, Harriet Emma (I2220)
 
10068 Servant to Herbert Goodson, victualler, & family.
Age recorded as 46. 
MCEVOY, Mary (I330)
 
10069 Servant to James Pugh & Margaret (her sister). Recorded as Jessie P. WINCOTT, Jessie Mary (I2462)
 
10070 Servant to Jessie Mayo & family. Beatrice's cousin, Ernest William Ennever, had married Elizabeth Eliza Cochrane in 1904, Elizabeth being the daughter of Elizabeth Mayo. ENNEVER, Beatrice (I82)
 
10071 Servant to John Osborn, Wesleyan Minister, and family. TIMMS, Ethel Elizabeth (I4830)
 
10072 Servant to Richard Jones & family. PHILLIPS, Alice Annie (I10390)
 
10073 Servant to William F Smith, Barrister. Not thought to be any relation. SMITH, Emma Frances (I4126)
 
10074 Servant to William Walker & family. OVERTON, Benjamin (I504)
 
10075 Servant.
Apprentice to Henry Knight. 
WILSON, David George (I16362)
 
10076 Servant. ENEVER, Jane (I16356)
 
10077 Servant. ENEVER, Eliza Ann (I16483)
 
10078 Served as a horseman in the Boer War.
See Samuel James Bennett's letter to his cousin, James Keen Enever.
http://www.ennever.com/showmedia.php?mediaID=5540&medialinkID=9036 
EDKINS, Ernest Samuel S (I20683)
 
10079 Served in Malta and Sudan. SHERWOOD, Harold Lawson (I6845)
 
10080 Service held at St Michael's Church, Flinders St, Darlinghurst, NSW, Australia COLLINS, Alma (I2355)
 
10081 Service number 1113335. Cancelled M of L (Ministry of L)? 20/1/1941 MORRIS, Noel Ennever Seton FRIBA (I11078)
 
10082 Service number J85563.
Transferred to R.A.N. (Royal Australian Navy) 25/10/1927 after being on loan since 9/5/24. 
BRANNON, George Cecil (I30771)
 
10083 Service number J85563.
Transferred to R.A.N. (Royal Australian Navy) 25/10/1927 after being on loan since 9/5/24. 
BRANNON, George Cecil (I30771)
 
10084 Service Record
Name ANGUS, BRUCE GILBERT
Service Royal Australian Air Force
Service Number 422074
Date of Birth 6 Aug 1915
Place of Birth SUMMER HILL, NSW
Date of Enlistment 24 Apr 1942
Locality on Enlistment Unknown
Place of Enlistment SYDNEY, NSW
Next of Kin ANGUS, KATHLEEN
Date of Discharge 25 Mar 1946
Rank Corporal
Posting at Discharge 13 AIRCRAFT REPAIR DEPOT
WW2 Honours and Gallantry None for display
Prisoner of War No 
ANGUS, Bruce Gilbert (I4528)
 
10085 Service Record
Name ANGUS, GEOFFREY LEIGHTON
Service Royal Australian Air Force
Service Number 403009
Date of Birth 19 Jun 1920
Place of Birth SYDNEY, NSW
Date of Enlistment 13 Nov 1940
Locality on Enlistment Unknown
Place of Enlistment SYDNEY, NSW
Next of Kin ANGUS, VERA
Date of Discharge 27 Sep 1945
Rank Flight Lieutenant
Posting at Discharge 2 OPERATIONAL TRAINING UNIT
WW2 Honours and Gallantry None for display
Prisoner of War No 
ANGUS, Geoffrey Leighton (I4530)
 
10086 Service Record
Name ANGUS, WILLIAM JOHN
Service Australian Army
Service Number N244856
Date of Birth 21 Mar 1914
Place of Birth ASHFIELD, NSW
Date of Enlistment 17 Mar 1942
Locality on Enlistment SUTTON FOREST, NSW
Place of Enlistment MOSS VALE, NSW
Next of Kin ANGUS, HELEN
Date of Discharge 15 Sep 1945
Rank Private
Posting at Discharge 13 BATTALION VOLUNTEER DEFENCE CORPS
WW2 Honours and Gallantry None for display
Prisoner of War No 
ANGUS, William John (I4527)
 
10087 Service Record
Name BERRY, DONALDSON ALBIN
Service Australian Army
Service Number QX44817 (Q129470)
Date of Birth 28 May 1923
Place of Birth BRISBANE, QLD
Date of Enlistment 3 Dec 1941
Locality on Enlistment MORNINGSIDE, QLD
Place of Enlistment ANNERLEY, QLD
Next of Kin BERRY, GEORGE
Date of Discharge 1 Oct 1946
Rank Lance Corporal
Posting at Discharge 14 AAAD
WW2 Honours and Gallantry None for display
Prisoner of War No
Copyright Commonwealth of Australia 2002.
 
BERRY, Donaldson Albin (I34938)
 
10088 Service Record
Name THOMPSON, GILBERT EDGAR
Service Australian Army
Service Number N413803
Date of Birth 17 Feb 1901
Place of Birth SUMMER HILL, NSW
Date of Enlistment 1 Apr 1942
Locality on Enlistment GOSFORD, NSW
Place of Enlistment GOSFORD, NSW
Next of Kin THOMPSON, JEAN
Date of Discharge 20 Nov 1943
Rank Private
Posting at Discharge 31 BATTALION VOLUNTEER DEFENCE CORPS PART TIME DUTY
WW2 Honours and Gallantry None for display
Prisoner of War No 
THOMPSON, Gilbert Edgar (I9767)
 
10089 Service Record
Name THOMPSON, PHILIP FRANCIS
Service Australian Army
Service Number N79611
Date of Birth 12 Apr 1916
Place of Birth CREMORNE, NSW
Date of Enlistment 9 Oct 1940
Locality on Enlistment LINDFIELD, NSW
Place of Enlistment VICTORIA BARRACKS, NSW
Next of Kin THOMPSON, PHYLLIS
Date of Discharge 29 Dec 1940
Rank Gunner
Posting at Discharge 1 FLD TRNG RGT
WW2 Honours and Gallantry None for display
Prisoner of War No 
THOMPSON, Phillip Francis (I9782)
 
10090 Several of the children were christened and recorded as living at this address. BOWLER, John Thomas (I28916)
 
10091 Sex Male
First name(s) Cornelius William
Last name Foreman
Year 1970
State British Columbia
Country Canada
Age 89
Death date 8/2/1970
Place VERNON
GSU Microfilm number 2034213
BC microfilm number B13305
Category Birth, Marriage & Death (Parish Registers)
Subcategory Deaths & Burials
Collections from United States & Canada

This record was previously hosted on mocavo.com 
FOREMAN, Cornelius William (I19185)
 
10092 Shared grave with Henry. ENEVER, Margaret Ann (I14802)
 
10093 Shared grave with Margaret. WILKINS, Henry George (I17612)
 
10094 Sharing a house with Daniel Holland. Not known if any relation, Edward's father being William Holland Williams. WILLIAMS, Edward (I20546)
 
10095 Sharing house/living with Frederick G Tong.
 
HAMMANT, May (I13318)
 
10096 Sharing house/living with May Hammant.
A.R.P. (Works) 
TONG, Frederick George (I36117)
 
10097 As a living person is linked to this information, further details have been withheld. MITCHELL, Sharon Elizabeth (I26993)
 
10098 As a living person is linked to this information, further details have been withheld. MITCHELL, Judith Ellen (I26994)
 
10099 She is listed as deceased on Harriet's birth record of 20/12/1863. ENNEVER, Alice Ellen (I17966)
 
10100 She is not recorded with Seneca in the 1860 US census. DRAKE, Hannah (I5906)
 
10101 She is recorded as Anne Dawson formerly Morris in 1856 (on Arthur George's birth certificate). ENNEVER, Ann (I2397)
 
10102 Ship Surname Firstname Age Date Copy Page/s Item Remarks Series
Susan CONNER Hugh 46 01/02/1839 Reels 2654, 1307 212 [4/4780], [4/4849] Wife 45; labourer NRS 5313, 5314
Susan CONNER James 19 01/02/1839 Reels 2654, 1307 214 [4/4780], [4/4849] Unmarried; labourer NRS 5313, 5314
Susan CONNER John 22 01/02/1839 Reels 2654, 1307 214 [4/4780], [4/4849] Unmarried; labourer NRS 5313, 5314


Source: NSW State archives
http://www.records.nsw.gov.au/indexes/searchform.aspx 
CONNOR, James (I9993)
 
10103 Ship Surname Firstname Age Date Copy Page/s Item Remarks Series
Susan CONNER Hugh 46 01/02/1839 Reels 2654, 1307 212 [4/4780], [4/4849] Wife 45; labourer NRS 5313, 5314
Susan CONNER James 19 01/02/1839 Reels 2654, 1307 214 [4/4780], [4/4849] Unmarried; labourer NRS 5313, 5314
Susan CONNER John 22 01/02/1839 Reels 2654, 1307 214 [4/4780], [4/4849] Unmarried; labourer NRS 5313, 5314


Source: NSW State archives
http://www.records.nsw.gov.au/indexes/searchform.aspx 
CONNOR, John (I9992)
 
10104 Ship Surname Firstname Age Date Copy Page/s Item Remarks Series
Susan CONNER Hugh 46 01/02/1839 Reels 2654, 1307 212 [4/4780], [4/4849] Wife 45; labourer NRS 5313, 5314
Susan CONNER James 19 01/02/1839 Reels 2654, 1307 214 [4/4780], [4/4849] Unmarried; labourer NRS 5313, 5314
Susan CONNER John 22 01/02/1839 Reels 2654, 1307 214 [4/4780], [4/4849] Unmarried; labourer NRS 5313, 5314


Source: NSW State archives
http://www.records.nsw.gov.au/indexes/searchform.aspx 
STEWART, Anne (I9991)
 
10105 Ship Surname Firstname Age Date Copy Page/s Item Remarks Series
Susan CONNER Hugh 46 01/02/1839 Reels 2654, 1307 212 [4/4780], [4/4849] Wife 45; labourer NRS 5313, 5314
Susan CONNER James 19 01/02/1839 Reels 2654, 1307 214 [4/4780], [4/4849] Unmarried; labourer NRS 5313, 5314
Susan CONNER John 22 01/02/1839 Reels 2654, 1307 214 [4/4780], [4/4849] Unmarried; labourer NRS 5313, 5314


Source: NSW State archives
http://www.records.nsw.gov.au/indexes/searchform.aspx 
CONNOR, Hugh (I9990)
 
10106 Ship Surname Firstname Age Date Copy Page/s Item Remarks Series
Susan CONNER Hugh 46 01/02/1839 Reels 2654, 1307 212 [4/4780], [4/4849] Wife 45; labourer NRS 5313, 5314
Susan CONNER James 19 01/02/1839 Reels 2654, 1307 214 [4/4780], [4/4849] Unmarried; labourer NRS 5313, 5314
Susan CONNER John 22 01/02/1839 Reels 2654, 1307 214 [4/4780], [4/4849] Unmarried; labourer NRS 5313, 5314


Source: NSW State archives
http://www.records.nsw.gov.au/indexes/searchform.aspx

It is assumed that Hugh will have travelled with the family but he is not recorded. 
CONNOR, Hugh (I9948)
 
10107 Shoemaker's shop. FORSTER, John Richard (I638)
 
10108 Shoreditch Tabernacle Baptist Church (tbc) Family (spouse) F148
 
10109 Shoreditch Tabernacle Baptist Church (tbc) Family (spouse) F148
 
10110 Should almost be certainly have been recorded as Shoreditch. See 1871 census. LLEWELLYN, John (I28498)
 
10111 Showing Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II the plans for the hospital for which he was the architect. MORRIS, Noel Ennever Seton FRIBA (I11078)
 
10112 Shown as employed, but no occupation recorded. ENEVER, George Alfred (I16765)
 
10113 Shown on census form but deleted as 'did not sleep'. SHEARER, Henry (I24696)
 
10114 Siblings Charles Turtle & Marjorie Mary Burge and cousin Mona Evelyn christened on the same day. BURGE, Charles Turtle (I35574)
 
10115 Siblings Charles Turtle & Marjorie Mary Burge and cousin Mona Evelyn christened on the same day. BURGE, Mona Evelyn (I35523)
 
10116 Sic. JOSOLYNE, John (I12470)
 
10117 Sidney Alfred Sporton age 38, tall, fresh colour, shrapnel scar on chest, last known address c/o Mrs Peters, Hawthorne-road, Hawthorne, Brisbane.  Any one knowing his whereabouts, kindly communicate with his wife, Mrs Sporton c/o Mrs Osborne, 14 Maygrove Rd, Brondesbury, London,England.

See Sidney Alfred Sporton for more details. 
OSBORNE, Jane (I1410)
 
10118 Sidney Alfred Sporton age 38, tall, fresh colour, shrapnel scar on chest, last known address c/o Mrs Peters, Hawthorne-road, Hawthorne, Brisbane.  Any one knowing his whereabouts, kindly communicate with his wife, Mrs Sporton c/o Mrs Osborne, 14 Maygrove Rd, Brondesbury, London,England. SPORTON, Sidney Alfred (I1412)
 
10119 Sidney George Hearn (28 July 1899 – 23 August 1963), known as Sid Hearn, was an English first-class cricketer who played for Kent County Cricket Club between 1922 and 1926.[1] He was born in Harbledown, Kent, and died at Chartham, also in Kent in 1963 aged 64.[2]
Hearn played 32 first-class matches in his career, scoring 465 runs as a left-handed batsman and taking 22 wickets as a slow left arm bowler.[2] He played 31 times for the Kent First XI and 45 times for the Second XI in the Minor Counties Championship.[1]
Hearn's nephew Peter played for Kent between 1947 and 1956.[3]
Source: wikipedia 
HEARN, Sidney George (I35223)
 
10120 Sidney George Hearn (28 July 1899 – 23 August 1963), known as Sid Hearn, was an English first-class cricketer who played for Kent County Cricket Club between 1922 and 1926.[1] He was born in Harbledown, Kent, and died at Chartham, also in Kent in 1963 aged 64.[2]
Hearn played 32 first-class matches in his career, scoring 465 runs as a left-handed batsman and taking 22 wickets as a slow left arm bowler.[2] He played 31 times for the Kent First XI and 45 times for the Second XI in the Minor Counties Championship.[1]
Hearn's nephew Peter played for Kent between 1947 and 1956.[3]
Source: wikipedia 
HEARN, Sidney George (I35223)
 
10121 Signed as Annie Louisa Kelly. ENEVER, Annie (I16357)
 
10122 Signed as Louisa Jannet Rowledge. Family (spouse) F532
 
10123 Single ENEVER, Winifred Doris (I14337)
 
10124 Single, living with her parents & daughter (not proved). HANDFORD, Ellen Frances (I17994)
 
10125 Single, living with Horace W Dolphin & family. COOK, Leonard (I35922)
 
10126 Single, living with Horace W Dolphin & family. COOK, Leonard (I35922)
 
10127 Single, living with Samuel & Bertha Cook. ENEVER, Martha (I34074)
 
10128 Single.
Note 4 siblings living 22, 25 & 27 Birkbeck Place. 
ENEVER, Clara (I15124)
 
10129 Single.
Note 4 siblings living 22, 25 & 27 Birkbeck Place. 
ENEVER, William Stanley (I15129)
 
10130 Single. ENEVER, Frederick James (I13125)
 
10131 Single. MORRIS, Henry Seton (I11066)
 
10132 Single. ENNEVER, John C (I11440)
 
10133 Single. ENEVER, Mary Elizabeth (I2378)
 
10134 Single. ENEVER, Martha Minnie (I2383)
 
10135 Single. ENEVER, Eva Grace (I2385)
 
10136 Single. THOMAS, Clara Jane (I14579)
 
10137 Single. THOMAS, John William (I14578)
 
10138 Single. TADMAN, Florence Ann (I6591)
 
10139 Single. FEWELL, Charles Victor (I36555)
 
10140 Single. PORTWAY, Harry (I36521)
 
10141 Single. PORTWAY, William (I36510)
 
10142 Single. PORTWAY, William (I36510)
 
10143 Single. PORTWAY, Louisa Jane (I36497)
 
10144 Single. PORTWAY, Louisa Jane (I36497)
 
10145 Single. FEWELL, Charles Victor (I36555)
 
10146 Single. ENNEVER, Hezekiah Nelson (I957)
 
10147 Single. PORTWAY, Annie (I36522)
 
10148 Single. PORTWAY, Annie (I36522)
 
10149 Single. PORTWAY, Harry (I36521)
 
10150 Single. SUCH, Doris Marian (I35974)
 
10151 Single. PEATY, Elsie Minnie (I35971)
 
10152 Single. PEATY, Elsie Minnie (I35971)
 
10153 Single. TYLER, Elizabeth Annie Caroline (I35680)
 
10154 Single. WEEKS, Lily Agnes (I35197)
 
10155 Single. SUCH, Doris Marian (I35974)
 
10156 Single. BARLOW, Arthur William (I33334)
 
10157 Single. ENEVER, Roy Donald (I17337)
 
10158 Single. ENEVER, Reginald Henry (I14339)
 
10159 Single. SPENCE, Henry Frederick (I14844)
 
10160 Single. ENEVER, Sidney Frederick (I15120)
 
10161 Single. KELSEY, Douglas Hyde (I15560)
 
10162 Single. SUCH, Elsie Gertrude (I12675)
 
10163 Single. ENEVER, Annie Edith (I16823)
 
10164 Single. ENEVER, Ellen Jane (I16824)
 
10165 Single. ENEVER, Clara Annie (I17291)
 
10166 Single. ENEVER, Charles Samuel (I17304)
 
10167 Single. ENEVER, Bertie Alfred (I17305)
 
10168 Single. ENEVER, Iris Norah (I17333)
 
10169 Single. ENEVER, Nellie Doris (I14413)
 
10170 Single. ENEVER, Sidney Edward (I15350)
 
10171 Single. SUCH, Elsie Gertrude (I12675)
 
10172 Single. ENEVER, James Keen (I15362)
 
10173 Single. POLLYN, Rosanna Eliza (I11896)
 
10174 Single. ENEVER, Nellie Elizabeth (I14381)
 
10175 Single. WRIGHT, George Edward (I5327)
 
10176 Single. Living with Edwin G Mitton & family. ENEVER, Albert George (I16781)
 
10177 Single. Living with Lily Field, believed to be his sister & another. COOK, Clement (I35921)
 
10178 Single. Living with Lily Field, believed to be his sister & another. COOK, Clement (I35921)
 
10179 Single. Living with Abson family. PORTWAY, Alice (I36525)
 
10180 Single. Living with Abson family. PORTWAY, Alice (I36525)
 
10181 Sir Roger Tichborne advertised as appearing with Miss Nellie Rosamond (Lady Tichborne) and her sister, Ivy Dell. ENEVER, Rosina Ann (I16769)
 
10182 Sir Roger Tichborne's birthplace & date was 5 Jan 1829 in Paris. ORTON, Arthur (I19478)
 
10183 Sixteen christenings took place on 29/5/1856 and all the families lived in Eastfield Street. PUGH, Emma (I14242)
 
10184 Sixteen christenings took place on 29/5/1856 and all the families lived in Eastfield Street. PUGH, George John (I3462)
 
10185 Sixteen christenings took place on 29/5/1856 and all the families lived in Eastfield Street. PUGH, James (I1254)
 
10186 As a living person is linked to this information, further details have been withheld. KNOX, Fanny (I21003)
 
10187 Social security Applications (undated) ENNEVER, Carrie (I6922)
 
10188 Someone who unloaded coal from ships using baskets. COCHRANE, John (I5012)
 
10189 Son of Jane, single woman. ENEFER, Charles (I16180)
 
10190 Son of John & Anne his wife lately deceased. ENEVER, William (I16250)
 
10191 Sophia Bell is living at the same address. JAMIESON, William (I1591)
 
10192 Sophia Bell is living at the same address. JAMIESON, William (I1591)
 
10193 Sophia recorded as married and Walter not present. He is living a short distance away at Draycott Ave. AULT, Sophia (I10983)
 
10194 Source Gro Regimental Birth Indices (1761 To 1924)
Archive reference REG1
Record set British Armed Forces And Overseas Births And Baptisms
First name(s) Margaret B
Sex Female
Last name Carleton
Birth year 1911
Regiment 83rd Foot
Type Armed Forces
Country England
Place Dover
Page 57
Archive General Register Office
Record's year range 1911
Volume 793
Line number 68
Category Birth, Marriage & Death (Parish Registers)
Subcategory Civil Births
Collections from United Kingdom, England 
CARLETON, Margaret Bell (I22198)
 
10195 Source: 1851 census (Lucy P Long) and Bale Parish records Lucy Pilch (unclear) Long. LONG, Lucy (I8692)
 
10196 Source: Dunn, Judith. The Parramatta cemeteries Mays Hill. ‎[Parramatta]‎: Parramatta and District Historical Society Inc., 1996Citation details: page 234Text: In Loving Memory
of
CHARLES ___DUS
____MORRIS
who departed this life
15 ___ 19__ aged 53
also CHARLES JOHN
MORRIS son of the above
who was killed in action
in France Aug 5 1916
Aged 18 years 11 months
A young life nobly ended 
MORRIS, Charles Secundus Ducker (I3009)
 
10197 Source: Dunn, Judith. The Parramatta cemeteries Mays Hill. ‎[Parramatta]‎: Parramatta and District Historical Society Inc., 1996Citation details: page 234Text: In Loving Memory
of
CHARLES ___DUS
____MORRIS
who departed this life
15 ___ 19__ aged 53
also CHARLES JOHN
MORRIS son of the above
who was killed in action
in France Aug 5 1916
Aged 18 years 11 months
A young life nobly ended 
MORRIS, Charles John (I3172)
 
10198 SOURCE: FORT GARRY HORSE REGIMENTALWEBSITE:
MILITARYMEDAL Sgt. Steven Oldacres Lawson
On 9 October 1918, in the attack on BOIS-DU- MONT-AUX-VILLE WOOD, Sgt Lawsonshowed great courage killing several of the enemy, also capturing 17 prisonerswith a small patrol which he rallied after the charge. Throughout, this NCOshowed splendid courage and devotion to duty. 
LAWSON, Stephen Oldacres (I1478)
 
10199 Source: http://www.archive.org/details/caseagainsttarif00todd where the full text is available. TODD, Edwin Ernest Enever (I18247)
 
10200 As a living person is linked to this information, further details have been withheld. ENNEVER, Steven George (I11689)
 
10201 Source: inquest into death of Andrew Ennever, his son. ENNEVER, Henry (I58)
 
10202 Source: ODNB BURGOYNE, John (I19729)
 
10203 Source: Post Office London Directory
Address recorded as 276 Kent Street, Borough 
TADMAN, Thomas (I6393)
 
10204 Source: www.albertasource.ca

At the time of his death from a gunshot wound, 41-year-old Stephen Lawson was a first-class constable with the Alberta Provincial Police (APP). He was a relatively new member of the force, having joined only six months earlier. He was by no means inexperienced, however, and had served as a police officer for over 10 years, most notably as the chief of police in both Macleod and Fernie, British Columbia. His police career was accompanied by three years of army life in the Fort Garry Horse and actions in WWI for which he received a medal for meritorious service.

When he transferred to the Alberta Provincial Police in 1922, Lawson was assigned to “D” Division, which extended east and west from Lethbridge to the Saskatchewan and British Columbia and south to the United States border. Stationed in Coleman in the Crowsnest Pass, Lawson was in the APP district of Blairmore, home to Emilio Picariello and Florence Lassandro and one of the busiest for illegal liquor traffic.

Lawson's previous police experience in the area was considered highly beneficial, and in a letter written by W.C. Bryan, Superintendent of the Alberta Provincial Police, Lawson was recommended to be “the ideal man for either Coleman or Bellevue . . . as he knows pretty nearly every bootlegger and crook running through the Pass.”

A Masonic-military funeral for Lawson was held in Macleod on September 25, four days after he was shot outside his home in Coleman. Alongside his widow and five children, scores attended the service and in the town flags were flown at half-mast in tribute.


Source: www.cannabisculture.com

Born in England in 1880, Steven O. Lawson came to Canada in 1903, and went west in the spring of 1904. After trying his hand at ranching, he joined the Macleod police on May 7th, 1907, where he later became chief of police. At the outbreak of war, he enlisted and served overseas. On his discharge, he became police chief of Fernie in 1920 and served with that force until his enlistment in the Alberta Provincial Police on March 12th, 1922.

He was stationed at Coleman, a little mining town west of Blairmore that straddled the main highway used by rumrunners. He was added to the APP as one of fifty men specifically placed to suppress the liquor traffic.

As the story goes, on September 21, 1922, Lawson and his partner received a tip from a stool pigeon that a popular rumrunner named Emilio Picariello - AKA "Mr. Pick" - was going to Fernie for a load of liquor. Another anonymous tip let the APP know that Pick was returning with his load. Constable Lawson observed Pick and his crew going both directions.

With Pick were his mechanic and his son. When they arrived at their hotel, some APP officers were waiting in ambush. The moment Pick was served with a search warrant, he sounded his horn and was off with his crew to go back across the BC border. Waiting in the middle of the road was Constable Lawson.

Pick's son refused to stop for Lawson, so the Constable shot him - in the hand. Later that evening, Pick's son was arrested and held prisoner.

Pick and Florence Lassandro, the wife of an associate, went to confront Lawson. They drove up to the police barracks in Coleman, and Steven Lawson approached them in their car. According to Lassandro's statement to the court, an argument ensued, which turned into a fight.

Pick insisted that Lawson was going to accompany him to retrieve his son from jail. Lawson refused, claiming not to know where the boy was. Pick seized Lawson's gun in order to enforce his command. Lawson resisted. The gun went off several times. Lassandro panicked and shot Lawson. He died a few minutes later.

Emilio Picariello and Florence Lassandro were tried, found guilty and executed on May 3rd, 1923. Florence Lassandro was the first and only woman to be executed in Alberta.

http://www.odmp.org/canada/officer.php?oid=377
The murder weapon is currently on the third floor of the Glenbow Museum in Calgary Alberta. 
LAWSON, Stephen Oldacres (I1478)
 
10205 Sourced from the Heritage Website - Heritage Farm.

Australian Pioneer Village.

# B18. Aikin Hut ( portrait of Wm. Jnr. in situ )


This was the last slab hut remaining in West Pennant Hills when it was moved to the village. It had originally been built by William Aikin to the north of present day Aikin Road in 1875. The Aiken family descended from West-Indian John Aiken who had arrived in 1796, a free man who was a carpenter by trade. He rented a farm near Parramatta and applied for a grant in 1820, which resulted the following year in 30 acres in the Field of Mars being given to him, registered in 1831. He, his wife and children settled in West Pennant Hills as we now know the area, where John built a slab hut. His son William, was killed in an accident in 1869, and William Jnr and brother Charles stayed on the farm with their mother and William married Elizabeth Bowerman, a local girl, in 1875, he built a slab hut on an acre of his mothers land and mainly worked on orchards in the district. He died in 1933.

The area on which John's house was built was known as "Dixieland" a local reference to the Aiken's, both John and probably his wife Frances being coloured, probably from the West Indies and "Dixie Lane" is now Aiken Road.


(1) G. Millhouse, the Settlers of West Pennant Hills Valley 1799 Onwards, Hills District Society, 1987, pp 33-40. 
AIKEN, John (I28737)
 
10206 Special E #94
with Henry James Hall 
TYACK, Patience Wilhelmina (I30392)
 
10207 Special E #94
with Henry James Hall 
TYACK, Patience Wilhelmina (I30392)
 
10208 Special E #94
with wife Patience Hall 
HALL, Henry James (I30376)
 
10209 Spelling unclear on marriage entry. HESKETH, Bathsheba (I1795)
 
10210 Spinster. WEIDIG, Clara Florence (I1231)
 
10211 SS St Paul bound for New York. To join Frederick Savage, brother of Henry. SAVAGE, Harold G (I19941)
 
10212 SS St Paul bound for New York. To join Frederick Savage, brother of Henry. SAVAGE, Albert Henry W (I19940)
 
10213 SS St Paul bound for New York. To join Frederick Savage, brother of Henry. SAVAGE, Fanny Harvey (I19939)
 
10214 SS St Paul bound for New York. To join Frederick Savage, brother of Henry. SAVAGE, Henry Albert (I19937)
 
10215 SS St Paul bound for New York. To join Frederick Savage, brother of Henry. HARVEY, Fanny (I19935)
 
10216 St John's Ambulance Brigade WEEKS, James (I33550)
 
10217 St John's Ambulance Fire Aid Cert ?? 79704 (A.R.P.) HAINES, George T (I36180)
 
10218 St. Louis Post-Dispatch (MO) - May 25, 2004 Deceased Name: Rosemarie Theresa (Ennevor) Batson Rosemarie Theresa (Ennevor) Batson, 74, formerly of Cahokia, died Sunday. Visitation 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday at Braun Colonial Funeral Home in Cahokia. Funeral Mass 10 a.m. Thursday at Holy Family Catholic Church in Cahokia. Burial at Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery.
Edition: ILLINOIS FIVE STAR LIFT
Page: B4
Copyright (c) 2004 St. Louis Post-Dispatch 
ENNEVOR, Rosemarie Theresa (I7746)
 
10219 Staff Sergeant Wilkinson, son of Frederick Augustus and Marian Edith Wilkinson, was an Australian recruited into 13 Flight, D-Squadron, No 1 Wing, The Glider Pilot Regiment.

He took part in 'Operation Mallard', the main glider lift on the 6th June 1944, Normandy, to support the 6th Airborne Division. His take-off airfield was R.A.F. Keevil, flying a platoon of the 2nd Battalion The Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry to L.Z. 'W' supported by his second pilot, Sergeant. B. Dolling.

Deployed to Arnhem, he was on the 1st Lift, Sunday 17th September 1944. He flew to Landing Zone 'Z' from R.A.F. Keevil in a Horsa glider carrying support troops for the 1st Parachute Brigade. Along with the other pilots from D-Squadron he moved to the main 1st Airborne Divisional R.V. on the eastern side of the LZ near the mental asylum. His main task, along with the rest of D-Squadron, is likely to have been the defence of Divisional Headquarters. It is likely he remained with Divisional HQ until it finally ended up at the Hartenstein Hotel on the Tuesday 19th until the Monday 25th September, when he was killed.

He died of wounds on 25 September 1944 whilst sheltering in a slit trench close to the Hartenstein Hotel, Oosterbeek.
Source: http://www.paradata.org.uk/media/10738?mediaSection=Biography+picture&mediaItem=10738 
WILKINSON, Sydney Augustus (I26759)
 
10220 StaffordSimpson born 1882 Redfern (1882/8250) parents George/Susan,  died 1910 Sydney (1910/148)
 
GeorgeSimpson married 1881 Susan I Taft (1881/768) Sydney
 
SusanSimpson (nee Taft) born 1863 Sydney (1863/1870) parents Solomon/Winifred,  died 1931 Waverley (1931/9360) father shownas Samuel
 
Solomon Taft born 1830,  married 1857 Winifred McNamara (1857/462)Sydney,  died 1865 Redfern (1865/1751)parents unknown
 
WinifredTaft (nee MacNamara) born c.1829 parents unknown,  died 1914 Sydney (1914/14351) 
SIMPSON, Stafford E (I22475)
 
10221 Stage career name. ENEVER, Rosina Ann (I16769)
 
10222 Stage name. HOLZMAN, Delphi C (I19676)
 
10223 Stage name. ENEVER, Rosina Ann (I16769)
 
10224 Stanley trained as a doctor in Edinburgh, and practised near Dover before migrating to NSW in Australia where he practised at Peak Hill near Dubbo, then moved to Marrackville Cottage Hospital in Sydney around 1913.  In Aug 1914 he went to the UK to work in military hospitals.  He became Senior Physician at Royal North Shore Hospital, Sydney and also in general Practice. Source Mark Todd TODD, Dr Robert Stanley Enever (I18243)
 
10225 Stanley was born in Union Road although his mother's address was given as Melton Avenue. MELDRUM, Elizabeth Priscilla (I6394)
 
10226 Stanley WilliamAtta-Singh born 22 Apl 1918 Brisbane parents Henry/Bridget Elizabeth.  War Service WW2 NX175047 enl. 20 Aug1943,  disc.  6 Apl 1944. Corporal 9th Line of Command Provost Co.  died 15 May 1959 Chatswood (1959/10855),  buried Macquarie Park Cemetery Catholic Sec.R Row 7 Grave 16  “All who knew him lovedhim” ATTA-SINGH, Stanley William (I22426)
 
10227 Stanley's father's name is not recorded on his birth certificate but is given as James Meldrum on his marriage to May. UNKNOWN, unknown (I6321)
 
10228 As a living person is linked to this information, further details have been withheld. Family (spouse) F6657
 
10229 States age as 45 in 1891 census FLANDERS, Julia Selina (I339)
 
10230 Station master at Mt Kuringai and Asquith. MORRIS, William Aiken (I13965)
 
10231 Statutory grounds. Family (spouse) F10845
 
10232 Staying with Samuel A Smith & family. ENNEVER, Hezekiah Nunns (I445)
 
10233 Staying with Samuel A Smith & family. ENNEVER, Robert John (I699)
 
10234 Steamship Boomerang POWELL, James (I17359)
 
10235 Stephen Bray, brother in law, living with Charles & Elna. Assumed to have married one of Elna's sisters, but not proved. ALLARS, Charles (I5400)
 
10236 Stephen Bray, brother in law, living with Charles & Elna. Assumed to have married one of Elna's sisters, but not proved. JONES, Elna Louisa (I5402)
 
10237 Still born (see 1911 census) GIBBS, Female (I12702)
 
10238 Still born (see 1911 census) GIBBS, Elizabeth Mary (I12703)
 
10239 Still born (see 1911 census) GIBBS, Elizabeth Mary (I12703)
 
10240 Stillborn. CONWAY, unknown (I36245)
 
10241 Stillborn. COLLINS, Frederick Edwin (I35220)
 
10242 Stillborn. CONWAY, unknown (I36245)
 
10243 Stillborn. COLLINS, Frederick Edwin (I35220)
 
10244 Stillborn. EAGAR, Female (I3067)
 
10245 Stillborn. THOMPSON, Female (I2981)
 
10246 Stillborn. THOMPSON, Male (I2982)
 
10247 Street address unclear. WILLIAMS, Caroline Eliza (I23799)
 
10248 Street address unclear. PINKNEY, Joseph (I17491)
 
10249 Street name unclear. WILLIAMS, Mary Ann Love (I25904)
 
10250 Street name unclear. LOVE, Charlotte (I25896)
 

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