Search
Last name:
First name:
Ennever & Enever family history & ancestry. Click here to return to the home page WJ Ennever (1869-1947). From the portrait by J Seymour R.A., exhibited in the Royal Academy.

Notes


Tree:  

Matches 9,751 to 10,000 of 10,370

      «Prev «1 ... 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 Next»

 #   Notes   Linked to 
9751 Transcribed as George Corduey Dyer. DYER, George Cordeux (I10316)
 
9752 Transcribed as Hackell HASKELL, Daisy Edith (I33914)
 
9753 Transcribed as Homeyard. Family (spouse) F2940
 
9754 Transcribed as Honchim. HOUCHEN, John Christopher (I97)
 
9755 As a living person is linked to this information, further details have been withheld. BROWN, Joan Iris (I6406)
 
9756 Transcribed as Johnson, probably recorded as 3rd son. HILL, John (I35635)
 
9757 Transcribed as Maria Tuiles Overton. OVERTON, Maria Failes (I11621)
 
9758 As a living person is linked to this information, further details have been withheld. SMITH, Michaela Jane (I12452)
 
9759 Transcribed as Mirlan Grace Wathen.
Name: Mirlan Grace Wathen
Father's Name: Edwin Wathen
Mother's Name: Kezia Hensman
Birth Place: Collingwood, Victoria
Registration Year: 1861
Registration Place: Victoria
Registration number: 18162 
WATHEN, Marian Grace (I30261)
 
9760 Transcribed as Oliver. VINER, James (I1278)
 
9761 Transcribed as Olivia in BMD. DOD, Clara (I13287)
 
9762 Transcribed as Salome Beshara Wehby. WEHBY, Saleem Bashara (I7731)
 
9763 Transcribed as Smertham. SMETHAM, Caroline Brailsford (I3311)
 
9764 As a living person is linked to this information, further details have been withheld. Family (spouse) F3574
 
9765 Transcription of formal letter from Edwin Timms' commanding officer to Emma Timms, expressing sympathy at Edwin's death


Regimental Crest

17 - 5 - 16

Dear Mrs Timms

For you in your loss I deeply grieve.

Pte. Timms was one of my best men and only the day before his death he volunteered for a particularly hazardous and unpleasant duty which I found must be done.

Would I had a whole company like him.

Sincerely yours

(signed)

L. R. Lencton Capt. 
DIPPER, Emma (I4752)
 
9766 Transcription of formal letter from Edwin Timms' commanding officer to Emma Timms, expressing sympathy at Edwin's death


Regimental Crest

17 - 5 - 16

Dear Mrs Timms

For you in your loss I deeply grieve.

Pte. Timms was one of my best men and only the day before his death he volunteered for a particularly hazardous and unpleasant duty which I found must be done.

Would I had a whole company like him.

Sincerely yours

(signed)

L. R. Lencton Capt. 
TIMMS, Edwin (I4828)
 
9767 Transcription of pencil written letter from the men of Edwin's regiment to Emma Timms, expressing their sympathy, signed by his commanding officer and eighteen of his friends.

L/Cpl J H Murray 81615
3 Coy, 2nd Batt. 1st Infantry Regiment
1st Can. Division B. E. F.
France

Dear Mrs Timms

I am writing to you on behalf of myself and comrades to offer you our sympathy over the loss of your son Edward (sic). I feel that I must do this as he and I have chummed together ever since coming to France over 12 months ago. He was a comrade whose loss we greatly deplore for he was a 'soldier' and when I say that I mean a great deal, for I come from a family of soldiers and sailors from my Grandfather to myself and I am the 6th boy. We have been in some bad places together but I always felt cheerful when I knew that he was going to be with us for his cool quiet way seemed to give one confidence and we knew that if it was necessary we had a comrade with us who would stay to the finish. He was liked and trusted by both officers and men, and I can truly say that if he wished it, he could have gained promotion many times, but he always refused, for personal reasons, which I could never understand, for he knew a soldiers duties from A to Z. I was talking to him at the time he was hit and I can tell you that he suffered no pain, for with a stretcher bearer I helped to take him to cover and bandage him but he didn't need it for he died immediately, without a murmur. We buried him the next day. Our Chaplain read the burial service and the grave was well attended too. I would also like to assure you that he died as he would have wished in action for the enemy were attacking. He died a hero's death, fighting the cause of Old England, and the Empire, and his name has got to swell the list of heroes, who died for the same cause. Maybe our turn will come sooner or later. But as I have often heard Eddie say, 'It is for England', 'Thy Will be done'. He died doing his duty, which is an Englishman's privilege and which is a big consolation. He leaves to mourn his death besides yourself and family, many of his comrades who did not fall with him. Hoping this will convey to you the message of sympathy for which it is intended Mrs Timms.

Yours sincerely

J H Murray

Also signed by the following
L R Lencton Capt
J Lemaril
A N Tyhe
A N Learmonth
(Pte) G H Ross
R G Mosher
T A Stokes
M R Ames
Wm Goldsborough
N Bucknell
R Hart
R Taylor
W Lucas
J Hopkinson
H Fawcett
(boy) J May
J W Parsons
A D Bennett 
TIMMS, Edwin (I4828)
 
9768 Transcription of pencil written letter from the men of Edwin's regiment to Emma Timms, expressing their sympathy, signed by his commanding officer and eighteen of his friends.

L/Cpl J H Murray 81615
3 Coy, 2nd Batt. 1st Infantry Regiment
1st Can. Division B. E. F.
France

Dear Mrs Timms

I am writing to you on behalf of myself and comrades to offer you our sympathy over the loss of your son Edward (sic). I feel that I must do this as he and I have chummed together ever since coming to France over 12 months ago. He was a comrade whose loss we greatly deplore for he was a 'soldier' and when I say that I mean a great deal, for I come from a family of soldiers and sailors from my Grandfather to myself and I am the 6th boy. We have been in some bad places together but I always felt cheerful when I knew that he was going to be with us for his cool quiet way seemed to give one confidence and we knew that if it was necessary we had a comrade with us who would stay to the finish. He was liked and trusted by both officers and men, and I can truly say that if he wished it, he could have gained promotion many times, but he always refused, for personal reasons, which I could never understand, for he knew a soldiers duties from A to Z. I was talking to him at the time he was hit and I can tell you that he suffered no pain, for with a stretcher bearer I helped to take him to cover and bandage him but he didn't need it for he died immediately, without a murmur. We buried him the next day. Our Chaplain read the burial service and the grave was well attended too. I would also like to assure you that he died as he would have wished in action for the enemy were attacking. He died a hero's death, fighting the cause of Old England, and the Empire, and his name has got to swell the list of heroes, who died for the same cause. Maybe our turn will come sooner or later. But as I have often heard Eddie say, “It is for England”, “Thy Will be done”. He died doing his duty, which is an Englishman's privilege and which is a big consolation. He leaves to mourn his death besides yourself and family, many of his comrades who did not fall with him. Hoping this will convey to you the message of sympathy for which it is intended Mrs Timms.

Yours sincerely

J H Murray

Also signed by the following


L R Lencton Capt
J Lemaril
A N Tyhe
A N Learmonth
(Pte) G H Ross
R G Mosher
T A Stokes
M R Ames
Wm Goldsborough

N Bucknell
R Hart
R Taylor
W Lucas
J Hopkinson
H Fawcett
(boy) J May
J W Parsons
A D Bennett 
DIPPER, Emma (I4752)
 
9769 Travel on ss Gavina RERRIE, Ernestine Adassa (I7722)
 
9770 Travelled with a group of girls from Dr Barnado's in Barkingside.

Arrived Sydney 3/8/1925.

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------

UK child migrants apology planned

On Monday, the Australian government will say sorry to the thousands of children deported there during the twentieth century.

Meanwhile, Gordon Brown, the Prime Minister, will this week say he is to look into what can be done to make amends to all the children who were shipped to Australia, Canada and other former colonies, in schemes undertaken by successive governments up until 1967.

The children were separated from their families and told they were orphans, while the parents were told that they had gone to a better life. But most were brought up in institutions, or by farmers, and many were treated as child slave labour.

A Hollywood film, starring the Oscar-nominated actress Emily Watson, telling the story of the "orphans", is now in production. Although ministers said they were rescuing children from deprivation, victims' groups say the reality is that thousands of infants were sent to help populate Australia and other countries with, what was called at the time, "good white stock".

Not all of those deported after World War Two experienced hard times. Some have done well for themselves. But the majority struggled after suffering the loss of their family. In the worst cases, the migrants are dead or still in institutions.

The Australian government will formally apologise at a special remembrance event in Canberra.

A ceremony will be held in Parliament House where the Prime Minister Kevin Rudd will say sorry, on behalf of the nation, to those who suffered abuse. Following the event, the apology will be tabled in the House of Representatives and the Senate.

Mr Brown will say that a consultation in this country will talk to groups representing the victims, with a view to an apology being made by the British government and any other action which will help those affected, a Downing Street source said.

Although estimates are unreliable, the Government has records of at least 150,000 child migrants from Britain, aged three to 14, of whom about 100,000 went to Canada, and the remainder to Australia, New Zealand, Rhodesia and other British dominions or colonies.

It is thought that during the final period in which the migration policy operated, from 1947 to 1967, between 7,000 and 10,000 children were sent to Australia and more than 500 sent to New Zealand.

The policy, sanctioned and supported by a succession of governments, has been described as "one of the most disgraceful episodes in post war politics".

The migrated children were euphemistically told they would find an idyllic lifestyle in a new country. In reality, they were often badly cared for, counted as second-class citizens, arrived sick or without a name, and put in over-crowded and run-down institutions.

Among those carers who have come in for particular criticism were the homes of the Christian Brothers, in Australia, where several thousand children were accommodated over the years and where physical and sexual abuse and under-nourishment were reportedly rife.

According to the BBC documentary "Children of the Empire", aired in 2003, a number of leading charities and agencies such as Barnardos, the Fairbridge Society and The National Children's Homes co-operated in maintaining the policy for almost six decades despite warnings from independent inspectors.


Source: Sunday Telegraph 15/11/2009 
ENNEVER, Rosetta Ivy (I2283)
 
9771 Travelling as George Humphrey's wife. ENEVER, Elizabeth (I25942)
 
9772 Travelling to Cape Town with a number of dancers/artistes etc. ENNEVER, Sheila Rose (I244)
 
9773 Travelling with Dorothy Stone, actress. Contact address given is Pelman Institute, London.
Believed to the start of a world tour that she was taken on as an 18th birthday present from her father. 
ENNEVER, Kathleen (I714)
 
9774 Travelling with her daughter Norma Fay, who was to be a student at the Royal College of Music, London. Address in UK was 17 Queens Gardens c/o Mrs K E Charlwood. RERRIE, Ernestine Adassa (I7722)
 
9775 As a living person is linked to this information, further details have been withheld. ENNEVER, Norma Fay Early (I7726)
 
9776 Travelling with his 'wife', Eliza. HUMPHREY, George (I25944)
 
9777 Trial details not found. TADMAN, Thomas (I6452)
 
9778 Twin of Dorothy. WEHBY, Phillip Salim Beshara (I7742)
 
9779 As a living person is linked to this information, further details have been withheld. WEHBY, Dorothy Helen (I7741)
 
9780 Two Hogg sisters married on same date (Hannah Ada & Mary Ann Elizabeth) Family (spouse) F3125
 
9781 Two Hogg sisters married on same date (Hannah Ada & Mary Ann Elizabeth) Family (spouse) F3699
 
9782 Two IGI records exist, 26/2/1837 and 26/3/1837. FLANDERS, Fanny (I1021)
 
9783 Two Letters of Patent relating to “improvements in rotatable advertising devices dated 1934” that she was involved with.  Source: Heather Klatt MURDOCH, Maude Henderson (I18165)
 
9784 Two months after christening of Elizabeth (tbc). HOWARD, John (I3684)
 
9785 Two possibilities:
1. Great Dunmow 25/2/1717/18 to Anne Matthews, both of this parish by Banns
2. Great Waltham 11/2/1717/18 to Ann Stock 
Family (spouse) F4857
 
9786 U grave 59 with step brother Joseph S Conway. GRIFFIN, Robert (I4462)
 
9787 U grave 59 with step brother Robert Griffin. CONWAY, Joseph Stanley (I31471)
 
9788 U.S. Veterans Gravesites, ca.1775-2006View RecordName Robert A Halfmann
Service Info. S1 US NAVY WORLD WAR II
Birth Date 11 Nov 1916
Death Date 6 Aug 1992
Service Start Date 18 Jun 1945
Interment Date 10 Aug 1992
Cemetery Calverton National Cemetery
Cemetery Address 210 Princeton Boulevard Rt 25 Calverton, NY 11933
Buried At Section 15 Site 1501 
HALFMANN, Robert Alfred (I33170)
 
9789 U.S., Department of Veterans Affairs BIRLS Death File, 1850-2010View RecordName Richard Ennever

Gender Male
Birth Date 12 Mar 1891
Death Date 16 Apr 1986
SSN 216322297
Enlistment Date 1 10 Oct 1908
Release Date 1 9 Oct 1912 
ENNEVER, Richard Cantwell (I948)
 
9790 U.S., Department of Veterans Affairs BIRLS Death File, 1850-2010View RecordName Robert Halfmann
Gender Male
Birth Date 11 Nov 1916
Death Date 6 Aug 1992
SSN 042101349
Branch 1 N
Enlistment Date 1 18 Jun 1945
Release Date 1 31 Mar 1946 
HALFMANN, Robert Alfred (I33170)
 
9791 U.S., Social Security Death Index, 1935-2014VIEW RECORDName Gladys Rolleston

SSN 088-03-4207

Last Residence Islip, 11751, Suffolk, New York, USA

Born 4 Mar 1914

Died Mar 1982

State (Year) SSN issued New York - Before 1951

 
CARLSON, Gladys M (I33088)
 
9792 UK, Royal Hospital Chelsea Pensioner Soldier Service Records, 1760-1920

Name Charles Clements

Age 18

Birth Date abt 1881

Birth Place Clerkenwell, Middlesex, England
Service Start Year 1899
Regiment R H & R H A
Regimental Number 2154/R.H.A
Attestation Paper y 
CLEMENTS, Charles (I28864)
 
9793 UK, WWII Civilian Deaths, 1939–1945 ENEVER-BRISTOW, Ivy Ethel Maud (I17941)
 
9794 Unable to locate a Smith St in Holborn. ENEVER, Dorothy Catherine (I26059)
 
9795 Unclear FROGLEY, Eliza Ann (I19924)
 
9796 Unclear WARD, William Alfred (I14816)
 
9797 Unclear AULT, William (I11013)
 
9798 Unclear SEWELL, Robert James (I26401)
 
9799 Unclear HEDGES, John James (I32553)
 
9800 Unclear. OVERTON, Thomas (I13483)
 
9801 Unclear. HUTCHINSON, Ann Eliza (I9848)
 
9802 Unclear. Acland St not found. WHITTAKER, James (I20463)
 
9803 As a living person is linked to this information, further details have been withheld. UNKNOWN, unknown (I31492)
 
9804 Under 1 month old. DALES, Elizabeth (I1783)
 
9805 Undertaker: Wood Coffill Ltd CONNER, James Martin (I2360)
 
9806 Unemployed for 12 months. ENNEVER, William C (I10410)
 
9807 Unemployed for 4 months. ENNEVER, Nicholas (I10411)
 
9808 University of Wisconsin - Badger Yearbook

Text from Page 346
Woinen*s Athletics Mimm ' iiii^Jj Mary Rose McKee, ' 10 Margaret Xewell H ' Doubler, ' 10 Grace Margaret Griffin, ' 10 Edna Howard, ' 10 Edith Sommer Tomhagen, ' 12 Bertha Kitchell, ' 12 Helen Cole Scofield, ' 12 Mabel Maude Gratz, ' 12 Jessie Daisy Ida Loew, ' 12 Irene Flatten, ' 12 Anna Louise Neitzel, ' 12 Helen Mariette Brown, ' 12 Olive Mary Simpson , ' 12 Marion Belle Hartley, ' 12 Clara Louise Haessler, ' 12 Merle Pierson, ' 12 ]] ' earers of the Pin Eulalia Hattie Croll, ' 13 Elsie Elizabeth Neuman, ' 13 Mary Murphy, ' 13 C. Ruth Morris, ' 14 Gertrude Anna Salsman, ' 1-1 Olga Charlotte Pressentix, ' 13 Laura Leonard Gilman, ' 13 Mary Ennever Pease, ' 13 Katherine Lucile Cronin, ' 14 Florence Marie Weiss, ' 14 Edna Emma Jolivette, ' 14 Pattie E. Allen, ' 14 BASIS OF AWARDS Associalioi! " IF " is awarded for 7vi lining five honors Association pin is awarded for winning three honors Honors are Awarded to I. Members of hockey team playing in the finals. II. Members of baseball team playing in the finals. III. Members of basketball team playing in the finals. IV. Members of bowling team playing in the finals. V. Members of tennis team playing in the finals. VI. Participants in third-year gym. VII. Those receiving the grade of " Excellent " in apparatus work. VIII. Those who complete the swimming requirements. Three years ' membership on the same team wins two honors for the player. Wearers of the " W " are also wearers of the pin. 334

Text from Page 347
Women ' s Athletics THE 1013 CHAMPIONSHIP TEAM Bradford O ' Malley Croll Holcombe Newman Lucke Pressentin Collins Lapham H ' Doubler Hetherington Pease 1913 Olene Lapham Pitcher EuLALiA Hattie Croll Catcher Elsie Newman first Base Agnes Elizabeth O ' Malley SecondBase Olga Charlotte Pressentin . Third Base Helen LuciLE Holcombe, Captain . . Right Field Mary Ennever Pease Center Field Irene Margaret Collins Left Field \ ' er.\ Amalia Milhaupt Siwrt Stop Bonnie Hetherington Substitute Wylda Jay Lucre Substitute Edith \Veiser Moore Substitute 1914 Freeda E. Boss, Captain Pitcher Nettie Elizabeth Karcher . . Catcher Caroline Ruth Morris First Base Georgia WiLLETTA Miner SecondBase Katherine Morrisey Third Base .-Vlice Adele Foxwell Right Field Idele Celeste Strelow Center Field Bertha Louise Arnold Left Field Edna Emma Jolivette Short Stop Katherine Lucile Cronin Substitute Helen Seymore Substitute Florence Marie Weiss Substitute Gertrude Anna Salsman Substitute 1911 Sara Regina Longfield AiMEE Mary Zillmer Elizabeth Margaret Reilly Lillian Augusta Jaedecke Edna Pearl Witwen, Captain Cornelia Louise Boettge Norma Rosalie Roehm Edna Swenholt 1912 Edna Howard Bertha Kitchell Irene Flatten Mabel Maud Gratz Blanche Lodema Haluert Olive Mary Simpson Gladys Leone Morrell Clara Louise Haessler Merle Pierson Helen Mariette Brown Nora May Mielenz Mary Agnes Ryan Results of the Games Freshmen 26 Sophomores 31 Juniors 22 Seniors 7 Sophomores 20 Seniors 1 Juniors 10 Sophomores 9 Freshmen 30 Seniors 21 Juniors 7 Freshmen 11 335

Source: http://www.e-yearbook.com/yearbooks/University_Wisconsin_Badger_Yearbook/1913/Page_346.html 
PEASE, Mary Ennever (I7652)
 
9809 As a living person is linked to this information, further details have been withheld. ROBINSON, Bruce Vaughn (I8794)
 
9810 Unmarried. ENNEVER, Mary Stothart (I1300)
 
9811 Unmarried. ENNEVER, Mary Stothart (I1300)
 
9812 Unmarried. FLANDERS, Maria (I1018)
 
9813 Unmarried. OVERTON, Maria (I510)
 
9814 Unnamed on census return. HUFF, Florence Alice (I282)
 
9815 Unpaid Domestic Duties HOWLETT, Ada Frances (I342)
 
9816 Unusual for 2 children to be named James, but no obvious remarriage. HERRING, James (I2757)
 
9817 US Army Air Cavalry division. WASHBURN, Lieutenant Fred Zimri (I18685)
 
9818 US Army WW II. EDMONDS, William Edward (I33598)
 
9819 Value of estate owned: Real estate $3,000, personal estate $30
Living with members of Dickerman family, no links known. See also his wife, Elizabeth, & Maria Lee (nee Nunns) in 1850.
Elizabeth not present. 
NUNNS, Joseph (I705)
 
9820 Value of home $10000. ENEVER, James (I15001)
 
9821 Value of home $9000 (Owned). Radio set. SKINNER, Arthur John Spear (I6188)
 
9822 Value of home (owned) $6000. LARKE, Ellen Florence (I939)
 
9823 Value of home recorded as $15,000 HORNER, Edward Henry (I3720)
 
9824 Value of personal estate $300 CHRISTIE, Alexander (I11244)
 
9825 Value of personal estate $400 KING, Jeremiah (I14174)
 
9826 Value of personal estate $8,000 ENNEVER, Robert E (I10408)
 
9827 Value of personal estate: $800 NUNNS, Henry (I711)
 
9828 Value of real estate $1200, personal estate $200 SMITH, Samuel A (I11221)
 
9829 Value of real estate $1500, personal estate $6000. SMITH, Samuel A (I11221)
 
9830 Value of real estate $1600 KING, Jeremiah (I14174)
 
9831 Value of real estate $3000, personal estate $1500. LOSEE, Montgomery A (I6983)
 
9832 Value of Real estate owned: $4,000
Living with/next door to Dickermans (see also Joseph Nunns in 1860) 
LEGG, Elizabeth (I11220)
 
9833 Value of real estate owned: $800, personal estate $50
Living with Mary Nunns (unidentified)
Age recorded as 56. 
NUNNS, William James (I11110)
 
9834 Value of real estate: $3200 SMITH, Samuel A (I11221)
 
9835 Value of Real Estate: $7,000
Value of Personal Estate: $3,000 
NUNNS, Robert (I702)
 
9836 As a living person is linked to this information, further details have been withheld. KEECH, Vera Dorrat (I8958)
 
9837 Vere divorced Theodore Riley.  The marriage seems to have only last a couple of years. I have a divorce notice dated 26 May 1922 which states “In this suit,Vere Riley (formerly Kirkpatrick) petitioned for a decree for the restitution of conjugal rights to be directed to her husband, Theodore Vincent Riley, to whom she was married in 1920.....An order was granted directing the respondent to return to cohabitation within 21 days of service of the decree.”  Then on 2 May 1923, a decree of divorce is made absolute.  This means her father, John Kirkpatrick, would have lived to see his daughter divorce being that this was two weeks before his death. Source: Heather Klatt. Family (spouse) F5508
 
9838 Victor Gordon Clarke born1902 Petersham (1902/6147) parents Ernest/Mildred,  died 1969 Hornsby (1969/30411)
 
Ernest A Clarke married 1901 Mildred MWilliams Sydney (1901/5911), deceased at time of son’s marriage,  occupation commercial traveler 
CLARKE, Victor Gordon (I3197)
 
9839 Victoria Times (Canada)

OBITUARY RECORD
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
24 Aug 1920
The remains of the late Mrs. Marie Caroline Ennever were laid at rest in Ross Bay cemetery
this morning.  The cortege left the residence, 251 Government St., at 8:45, proceeding to
St. Andrew's Cathedral, where High Mass was celebrated by Rev. Father Leterms, who also
officiated at the graveside.  Many beautiful flowers covered the casket.  The pallbearers
were Messrs. D.L. O'Connell, D. Tourigny, E.F. Hill, and M.J. Conlin. 
HILL, Marie Caroline (I734)
 
9840 Victoria, Australia, Assisted and Unassisted Passenger Lists

Name: Harriet Appleton
Estimated birth year: abt 1823
Age: 38
Arrival Date: 13 Dec 1861
Arrival Port: Melbourne, Australia
Departure Port: London
Ship: Prince Of Wales
Nationality: English 
THOMAS, Harriet Agnes (I1334)
 
9841 Victoria, Australia, Assisted and Unassisted Passenger Lists
Name: Charles Appleton
Estimated birth year: abt 1851
Age: 10
Arrival Date: 13 Dec 1861
Arrival Port: Melbourne, Australia
Departure Port: London
Ship: Prince Of Wales
Nationality: English
 
APPLETON, Charles Green (I2308)
 
9842 Victoria, Australia, Assisted and Unassisted Passenger Lists
Name: William Appleton
Estimated birth year: abt 1852
Age: 9
Arrival Date: 13 Dec 1861
Arrival Port: Melbourne, Australia
Departure Port: London
Ship: Prince Of Wales
Nationality: English 
APPLETON, William Thomas (I2309)
 
9843 Vincent George Smith born 19Mar 1906 Dungog (1906/12992) parents Henry/Edith (nee Haggerty)
 
Henry Smith married EdithHaggarty 1898 Dungog (1898/5456)
 
Edith Smith (nee Haggarty)born 1881 Dungog (1881/ 14501) parents Horatio/Emily
 
Horatio Haggarty marriedEmily Aspinell 1879 Dungog (1879/2989), died 1929 Dungog (1929/18342) parents shown as James/Jane
 
EmilyHaggarty (nee Aspinell) died 1940 Dungog (1940/1913) parents shown asHenry/Elizabeth 
SMITH, Vincent George (I11515)
 
9844 Violet M & Florence M Harris are living with the family. ENEVER, Abram (I15116)
 
9845 Violet married under her adopted name of Armstrong. Family (spouse) F2752
 
9846 Violet McGee & Harold Brown living with the family. PEACOCK, Bertie (I23634)
 
9847 Violet used the surname of her aunt, Sarah Jane, who had adopted her after the early death of her mother. ENNEVER, Violet Kathleen May (I988)
 
9848 Virtually next door to both Robert Ennever and family and William Ennever and family. BENTON, John (I358)
 
9849 As a living person is linked to this information, further details have been withheld. BOND, Owen Ruskin (I24371)
 
9850 Visiting Albert Harman & family. ENEVER, Jessie Maud (I14397)
 
9851 Visiting Alfred Barter, Sarah nee Gibson & family. NINNES, William James (I9798)
 
9852 Visiting Alfred George Barton & family. Probably her future in-laws. ENEVER, Ethel Laura (I17295)
 
9853 Visiting Alice M Cox & her sister, Emily A Cox. Henry and Ada married in 1903. KNIGHTS, Henry Wildey (I31997)
 
9854 Visiting Artemise Tree. LESLIE, Seymour William (I19683)
 
9855 Visiting Artemise Tree. Aged 9m. LESLIE, Captain Lionel Alistair David (I19674)
 
9856 Visiting Arthur Brooke Wyatt, her brother-in-law, with Minnie & Ethel. FORDHAM, Flora Agnes (I21448)
 
9857 Visiting Arthur Brooke Wyatt, her uncle with her mother & sister Ethel. WYATT, Minnie Floris (I21450)
 
9858 Visiting Arthur Brooke Wyatt, her uncle with her mother & sister Minnie. WYATT, Ethel Agnes (I21451)
 
9859 Visiting Benjamin (Master Tailor) & Mary Ann Hunt. ENNEVER, Caroline (I695)
 
9860 Visiting Benjamin Carr & family (connection unknown). WELBOURN, Alice Tyrrell (I9732)
 
9861 Visiting Charles Enever Bristow, his step-son. Birthplace recorded as Mark Lane, City of London. ENEVER, Alexander (I15078)
 
9862 Visiting Elizabeth Aldridge & her niece. COPE, Cecil T E (I4000)
 
9863 Visiting Elizabeth Aldridge & her niece. COPE, Mabel Agnes Blanche Ella Louisa (I3999)
 
9864 Visiting Elizabeth Aldridge & her niece. COPE, Constance C Y (I3998)
 
9865 Visiting Elizabeth Aldridge & her niece. COPE, Ida Phillipina C A E (I3997)
 
9866 Visiting Elizabeth Aldridge & her niece. COPE, Carl Edouard Hubert Maria (I3616)
 
9867 Visiting Elizabeth Bowley/Bowles & Sarah A Bowles. BULL, Fanny (I1967)
 
9868 Visiting George Cockles & Esther nee Failes, her aunt. Also visiting is Watson Failes bc1847 in Edmonton. FAILES, Sarah Jane (I12060)
 
9869 Visiting George Cockles & family with Sarah Jane Failes. FAILES, Watson (I12090)
 
9870 Visiting George Francis & family. PUGH, Walter Henry (I111)
 
9871 Visiting George Mason & Eliza, her cousin. FAILES, Sarah Jane (I12060)
 
9872 Visiting George S Cox & family. HOGG, Richard Edward Cox (I19341)
 
9873 Visiting George Sanders & family. FARNHAM, Francis Joseph A (I29302)
 
9874 Visiting Gilbert Ponsford Fisher & family. GOYMER, Elsa (I27966)
 
9875 Visiting Henry George Weeks & family. MANTELL, Louisa Caroline (I24448)
 
9876 Visiting Henry W Halley & family REES, Llewellyn Vosper (I11600)
 
9877 Visiting her aunt Ellen & family. ENEVER, Grace Rose (I15700)
 
9878 Visiting her aunt, Catherine Goddard. FAILES, Elizabeth Dove (I17122)
 
9879 Visiting her grandparents, Robert Trott & family. SMERDON, Annie M (I21027)
 
9880 Visiting her grandparents. ALEY, Mary Ann (I12829)
 
9881 Visiting her half-sister, Mary Percifull nee Enever. ENEVER, Fanny (I15069)
 
9882 Visiting her nephew, William H Cockle. COCKLE, Eliza Esther (I12084)
 
9883 Visiting her sister & brother-in-law. NEW, Fanny Maria (I17745)
 
9884 Visiting her sister and family. GRIFFITHS, Elizabeth Harriett (I120)
 
9885 Visiting her sister Selina. WRIGHT, Emily (I33462)
 
9886 Visiting her sister, Eliza (Grout). ENEVER, Harriet (I16712)
 
9887 Visiting her sister, Matilda. Thomas not present. ENEVER, Eliza Ann (I16483)
 
9888 Visiting her sister, Sarah Anne. HOLMES, Ann Enever (I20974)
 
9889 Visiting her sister. BROADBENT, Harriet (I12118)
 
9890 Visiting her sister. WILLIAMS, Isabella (I21396)
 
9891 Visiting her son & grandchildren. HILL, May Sabina (I6)
 
9892 Visiting his brother, family not present. ENEVER, Alexander (I15078)
 
9893 Visiting his daughter, Janet & family. SMITH, Reuben (I12850)
 
9894 Visiting his niece, Hannah Attwood nee Enever. ENEVER, Roger (I18266)
 
9895 Visiting his sister. CANFIELD, James (I23938)
 
9896 Visiting James & Mary Cocks (not proved). WILLIAMS, Grace Sarah (I23767)
 
9897 Visiting James Flintoff & family. OVERTON, George Henry (I11891)
 
9898 Visiting James Flintoff & family. RANSOME, Winifred (I14193)
 
9899 Visiting James I Jones & family, with Maud Whiteside. MACERONI, Cecilia Ada (I33305)
 
9900 Visiting James Johnson & family. DOWN, Agatha Minnie (I15616)
 
9901 Visiting Jane Kennedy bc 1842 Abbotts Roothing. ENEVER, Elizabeth Jane (I14371)
 
9902 Visiting Jane Kennedy bc 1842 Abbotts Roothing. ENEVER, Elizabeth Jane (I14371)
 
9903 Visiting Jesse Porter & family. incl her husband to be, Charles. BRAND, Ann (I17037)
 
9904 Visiting John Cates Collier & family. She was to marry Charles Henry Collier in 1892. PHIPPS, Mary Rashleigh (I24834)
 
9905 Visiting John Enever & family, his 2nd cousin. BROWN, John (I16995)
 
9906 Visiting John Wheeler & family, assumed to be Elizth's sister. DICKES, Mary (I26549)
 
9907 Visiting Joseph Ennever & family, with his mother, Joseph's wife being his aunt.
Recorded as Ellen. 
RESTALL, Eleanor (I710)
 
9908 Visiting Joseph Ennever & family, with his mother, Joseph's wife being his aunt. It is almost certain that Robert was in London to exhibit pianos at the Great Exhibition at Crystal Palace (see http://www.ennever.com/histories/history129.php for more information). NUNNS, Robert (I10419)
 
9909 Visiting Letitia Sawyer & family. MOLLETT, Bertram Benjamin Enever (I20274)
 
9910 Visiting Louisa Porter & family. EWEN, Alfred (I17016)
 
9911 Visiting Maria Lowrig/Lowing (?) & son George. ENEVER, Henrietta (I15519)
 
9912 Visiting Mary Ann Couchman, her sister. ENEVER, Lydia (I14952)
 
9913 Visiting Mary Elliott and family. WEBBER, Henry Indedon (I5913)
 
9914 Visiting Robert Pollyn & family, where Susannah, his wife-to-be, was living. SPRATT, William (I11904)
 
9915 Visiting Robt F Harnwell & family. It was a Mary Ann Harnwell who married Oriano Fuliano Bartolommes Grandi in 1849. GRANDY, John James (I10407)
 
9916 Visiting the family are Charles L Labentourioz & Boquerit (?) Jacobson, both from Poland. ENEVER, Robert Freeman (I17190)
 
9917 Visiting the family are Eliza Swan (?) and 2 children.
Annie Greenhill (granddaughter) is also present but mother unidentified. 
GREENHILL, Edward (I16446)
 
9918 Visiting the family are Harriet Grover b Madras & Richard Cahill b Tipperary. ENEVER, Fred Percifull (I17287)
 
9919 Visiting the family is Amy Holme, aged 8. HANDFORD, George (I17993)
 
9920 Visiting the family is Annie Smith, aged 23, born Hampshire. ENEVER, Henry (I14947)
 
9921 Visiting the family is Florrie Maud Longon, aged 19, born Suffolk. ENEVER, William (I15115)
 
9922 Visiting the family is Henry Turner, aged 1, born Hanwell, Middx. HARDY, Andrew (I15057)
 
9923 Visiting the family is Jeremiah Murphy. SAVILLE, Frederick John (I19324)
 
9924 Visiting the family is Margaret Florence, age 13, born Derby. ENEVER, Thomas (I14569)
 
9925 Visiting the family is Mary Parish, age 3 born Hertingfordbury. GINN, Margery (I18001)
 
9926 Visiting the family is May White, aged 19, born Winchester, Hants. HACKSHALL, Clara (I14855)
 
9927 Visiting the family is Mrs Mary Powell, aged 51, born Holborn. ENEVER, William John (I16626)
 
9928 Visiting the family is Norah New, niece. NEW, Charles Morris Marshall (I17744)
 
9929 Visiting the family is Norah New, niece. CREESE, Mary Ann (I17746)
 
9930 Visiting the family is Phoebe Bond. ENEVER, Thomas (I18263)
 
9931 Visiting the family is Richard Freestone, aged 15. ENEVER, William (I16330)
 
9932 Visiting the family was a Thomas Tadloo, aged 18. See Tadloo's Yard in Places. WHITBREAD, Joseph (I12142)
 
9933 Visiting the family was Albert Francis Filber (unclear), clerk to Rector. ENEVER, Frederick Francis (I15077)
 
9934 Visiting the family was James J Brunell (unclear) and they had 3 servants, Anne Hook, Harriett Hook & Ellen Burkin. ENEVER, Augustus Joseph (I15076)
 
9935 Visiting the family were James Barwell & family. FRUSHER, Frederic (I14955)
 
9936 Visiting the family were Robert F Banks & Elizth Rogers. SHEPHARD, Susanna (I16629)
 
9937 Visiting the Lamb family FOWERAKER, Albert Moulton (I3288)
 
9938 Visiting the Stroud family. FEWSTER, Ruth (I1768)
 
9939 Visiting Thomas Eddon/Eddor & family. ENEVER, Walter (I16618)
 
9940 Visiting Thomas Gilmour & family BLEACH, Leonard James (I26541)
 
9941 Visiting Thomas Holt & family. Recorded as married. COPE, Frederick Charles (I3813)
 
9942 Visiting William Pearson & family. PINKNEY, Joseph (I17491)
 
9943 Visiting William Willis & family, her sister & brother-in-law.. FURLONG, Mary (I13442)
 
9944 Visiting William, her brother. ENEVER, Elizabeth (I15487)
 
9945 Visiting with the family was Levi H Farrow. GREEN, James Henry (I1125)
 
9946 Visiting. INMAN, Daniel (I16551)
 
9947 Visitor at Alfred Wood's. BROWN, John Henry (I14883)
 
9948 Visitor of Joseph & Ann Bates.
Annie Bates was a witness at her marriage in 1886. 
BROOMAN, Eliza (I3279)
 
9949 Visitor with Simes family. Birthplace recorded as Oxford Street. ENNEVER, Eliza Georgiana (I133)
 
9950 Visitor. DANCE, Harriet (I3956)
 
9951 Visitor. SMOOTHY, Emma (I2108)
 
9952 Visitor. Recorded as single. ENEVER, Thomas (I14288)
 
9953 Wage earner. HUMPHREY, Ada (I25947)
 
9954 Wallace Frederick Everatt (Canning Town Circuit)

Christian Messenger 1906
1843-1918
By Geoff Dickinson
Transcription of ‘Sketch’ in the Christian Messenger

The extension of the Primitive Methodist Church in South-Western Essex from that corner of the county comprised in the Canning Town Circuit to the newer districts comprised in the West Ham, Forest gate, and Upton park Circuits has, to a very large extent, been the achievement of an ernest evangelism, proceeding, in the first instance, from the Poplar Circuit, and keep alive and strengthened by an ever-renewed energy gathered into itself at every new point of successful missioning. There have been no periods of extraordinary revival blessing. There has been a continuous enclosement of new territory, and a steady an unbroken winning of new subjects to the experiences, and life, and fellowship of the evangelizing Churches. The growth of our Church in these districts has been much more that the result of additions to its membership from households in which there were some already Christian believers than from those sections of the population which are stolidly and determinedly irresponsive to every kind of effort that Christian people and Christian organizations make to bring them to the possession and confession of Christian life.
Amongst the many agents, some of whom are at rest with the glorified, and others are waiting their reunion with their departed fellow-workers, who have rendered energetic and honourable service in this work of Christian extension, the subject of this sketch, Mr. Wallace Everatt, would be readily accorded a specially honourable if not a premier place of honour for the length, quality, variety and quality of his services. Born in Painswick, in the Stroud Circuit, on April 24th, 1843, Mr. Everatt ran a career of unrestrained indifference to the claims of God until January, 1857. Led by the Spirit of God to our chapel at Painswick, he, under a sermon preached by a Mr. W. Jennings, was convinced of the error of his ways, and there and then yielded himself to God for pardon, purity and endowment for God’s service.
During the summer of the year of his conversion he was called upon by his brethren of the Painswick society to take part in the open-air efforts by which they laboured to win the careless and sin-cursed to the joys and services of Christian life. In the March of 1860, one month before he was seventeen years of age, and about three years after his conversion, he was put on the plan as a prayer leader. From that period until the year 1864 he advanced from stage to stage in the esteem of his brethren and the societies in the Stroud Circuit, so that it was not at all uncommon for him to have ten or eleven full Sundays’ appointments in each quarter.
Coming to London in 1864, and being unable to settle long in any locality on account of his employment, Mr. Everatt was compelled to live a gipsying kind of religious life until the year 1866. During this time of unsettlement he held fast to his relationship to God, and wherever he was he always made it a point to be at some place of worship as frequently as was possible to him both on week-days and Sundays.
In the year 1866 Mr. Everatt settled at Canning Town. Here he united himself, with great thankfulness of heart, with his own people. Soon winning for himself a place in the confidence of his brethren in the fellowship of the Canning Town society, he was not long before he was in full work in the earnest evangelism which marked that period of the history of his Circuit. Ready, always ready for any service that he was asked to undertake, Mr. Everatt has, in his forty years’ connection with this Circuit, been one of the responsible members of committees for about a dozen rented rooms for the commencement of new causes, and he is at the present time a trustee for seven chapels, and has just been released from his eighth trusteeship by the sale of land at Barking. In some of these new interests he has been the first class leader, in others the first society steward, and in some others still the first Sunday school superintendent.
Everybody who knows Mr. Wallace F. Everatt knows that he has always been, and to-day is, the ready and cheerful stop-gap for any place in the service of his Church, whether it be the place usually taken by the minister or the lowliest place filled by any of his fellow laymen. He has been station steward at different times to a total of about seventeen years. He has been six times delegate to District meeting and four times delegate to Conference. At the last District Meeting he attended he was heartily and unanimously elected vice-chairman of the District Meeting. In his work as a local preacher he is always a welcome, acceptable, and useful minister. Sympathetic and appreciative towards all the Connexion is doing for the better equipment of local preachers, Mr. Everatt strongly believes that the help rendered by the associations must never be relied upon as a substitute for self culture which each man can best for himself select and pursue. In a very special sense Mr. Everatt is a Bible student. He expositions and applications of the Word of God are always characterised by an incisive spirituality of conception. This spirituality of conception gives Mr. Everatt a very conspicuous power over his hearers, and besides affording evidence of the spiritual-mindedness of the preacher, it gives such form and tone to his addresses as stamp them always with his own characteristic personality, and fill them with a spirit of power.
Sixty-three years of age, and all his life a hard-working man, it is yet, as it has always been with him, his meat and drink to do the uttermost of his ability for the cause and Kingdom of his Divine Master. Amongst the various cares of Mr. Everatt’s life, the Kingdom of God and His righteousness has as ever the premier place. He is a splendid type of Christian working man, and, having been for many years his own master, he is free to service the cause of his Lord as circumstances may require. As an official Mr. Everatt has been hopeful when others have been fearful; his influence has always been, “Hold the fort till you are driven out of it,” A Church that can produce and use for evangelistic extension such men as the subject of this sketch has not far to seek its credentials as a section of the Church of the living God. Hale in health and hopeful in spirit, as Mr. Everatt is, we may reasonably hope for him, as we are sure he would like us to pray for him, that the Head of the Church, the God in whose salvation he has such abiding joy and strength, may grant to him yet many years of increasing usefulness.
JOHN FLETCHER PORTER.
Family and other information

Wallace was baptised on 21 May 1843 at Painswick, Gloucestershire. His parents were John Frederick Everatt, a tailor and draper, and Jane.
Whilst a youth at Painswick, Wallace was apprenticed to a plumber and glazier. On moving to London, he set up in business as a house painter and decorator.
Wallace married Emma Goddard (abt 1841-1867) in early 1866 in the Stroud Registration District.
He married Sarah Foster (abt 1838-1918) in early 1868 in the West Ham Registration District. Census returns identify three of six children.
Julia (abt1869-1932) - married John Ross, a mechanical engineer, in 1896; married Edward Fitzmaurice in 1920
Bessie Jane (1869-1937) - married Frederick William East, a house painter, in 1893
Rosa Kate (abt1875-1905)
Wallace died on 30 June 1918 at Plaistow, Essex.

Source: http://www.myprimitivemethodists.org.uk/page/wallace_frederick_everatt_canning_town_circuit 
EVERATT, Wallace Frederick (I33386)
 
9955 As a living person is linked to this information, further details have been withheld. UNKNOWN, Wallace George (I21527)
 
9956 Walter Enever & Alfred Enever (2nd cousins) christened on the same day. ENEVER, Walter (I16618)
 
9957 Walter Enever & Alfred Enever (2nd cousins) christened on the same day. ENEVER, Alfred (I16743)
 
9958 Walter Henry Pugh not present. ENNEVER, Grace Lydia (I105)
 
9959 Walter not present. AULT, Sophia (I10983)
 
9960 Walter recorded as married and Sophia not present. She is living a short distance away at Upper Cheyne Row. SMITH, Walter (I1077)
 
9961 Walter recorded as married, Sarah not present. HENWOOD, Walter (I18404)
 
9962 War Res Metro Pol G894 UNDERDOWN, Arthur George (I8469)
 
9963 War Service Q186846 enl. 18 Oct 1938,  disc. 4 Jun 1940,  private 1 Garrison Battalion,  enl. 1 Jun 1940,  disc.3 Jul 1942 private HQ Nth Command. ALBECK, Albert Ernest (I22419)
 
9964 War Service Q186846 enl. 18 Oct 1938,  disc. 4 Jun 1940,  private 1 Garrison Battalion,  enl. 1 Jun 1940,  disc.3 Jul 1942 private HQ Nth Command. ALBECK, Albert Ernest (I22419)
 
9965 War Service WW2 N439797 Private enlist. 8 Jun1942, disch. 30 Jul 1944 27 Batt. Vol. Defence Corp. (part time duty) POULTER, Francis Joseph (I22122)
 
9966 War Service WW2 NX175047 enl. 20 Aug1943,  disc.  6 Apl 1944. Corporal 9th Line of Command Provost Co. ATTA-SINGH, Stanley William (I22426)
 
9967 War service WW2 RAAF 68512 en. 5 Aug 1942 disc. 12 Aug 1943 LeadingAircraftman, 2nd Embarkation Depot Bradfield Park, AIRD, George Goldsmith (I22250)
 
9968 War Service WW2  NX45827 en. 27 Jun 1940,  disc. 18 Oct 1945, Private 2/3rdPioneer Battalion ARMSTRONG, Reginald Martin (I22459)
 
9969 War Service:  Boer War 108 Trooper Citizen’s Bushmen Force, 432 Private 2nd Battl.
                       Commonwealth Horse
WW1 Corporal 1512 17th Batt. enlisted 8 Apl 1915 d.a. 12 May 1915 aboard Thermistocles, r.t.a. 9 Feb1916 per Neator,  discharged with rheumatism,
(Angus gave his age 34 at time of enlistment)

See also a commemorative website for Rockdale enlistees https://sites.google.com/site/ww1rockdaleenlistees

Courtesy of Charles Davis 
BUCHANAN, Angus McLeod (I3022)
 
9970 War Service:  Boer War 370 Trooper 1st Battalion Aust.C’wealth Horse (NSW)
                                                                PromotedLance-Corporal 5 Jul 1902 
EAGAR, Frank William Austin (I3080)
 
9971 War Service:  WW1 66 Sergeant,  1st  Light Horse. l a.18 Nov 1914, r.a. 8 Aug1918   EAGAR, Gordon Roland Campbell (I3083)
 
9972 War Service:  WW1 Corporal 5471 13th Battaliond.a.14 Jun 1916 r.t.a. 23 Jun 1919 BUCHANAN, Bernard Arthur Wellesley (I3112)
 
9973 War Service:  WW1  4threinforcement 30th Battalion private, dangerously ill due to trench
 foot, r.t.a. per Kanowna 14 Sep 1917, disc. 4 Oct 1917
 Service pension £3 self,  30/- wife, £1 child per fortnight
 (records not clear – appears to have had rightfoot  amputated) 
BUCHANAN, Neil Arthur Wellesley (I3113)
 
9974 War Service:  WW2 245102 en. 10 Aug 1942 disc. 7 Jul 1948Sergeant
                                                                                                HQBOAC 
PEARSON, Ernest Francis (I22084)
 
9975 War Service:  WW2 N289259 en. 5 Mar 1942 disc. 17 Sep 1945Private
                                                                6thMattl. Vol. Defense Corp (part time only) 
EAGAR, Geoffrey Thomas Maxwell (I22197)
 
9976 War Service:  WW2 N65889 2n. 27 Dec 1939 disc. 12 Nov 1946Staff Sergeant
                                                                                                DistrictAccounts Office 
EAGAR, Verrill Tremayne (I3099)
 
9977 War Service:  WW2 NX 86771 en. 30 Jan 1942 disc. 21 Jun1944 Corporal
                                                                Aust.Electrical & Mechanical Engineers 
PEARSON, George Alan Keith (I22029)
 
9978 War Service:  WW2 NX136969  en. 20 Nov 1942, disc. 4 Sep 1946 Private
                                                Aust.Training Centre JW,  Pacific Campaign
                                                (relinquishedrank of sergeant to serve overseas) 
KEARNEY, William Louis (I21874)
 
9979 War Service:  WW2 NX22197 en. 28 May 1940 disc. 23 Jan 1941Sapper
                                                                ECEngrs. Training Depot 
EAGAR, Harrie Douglas (I22013)
 
9980 War Service:  WW2 NX23673 en. 31 May 1940 disc. 31 Oct 1941Private
Aust. DepotBattalion 
MARSLAND, Edward William (I22412)
 
9981 War Service:  WW2 NX8403 en. 2 Nov 1939 disc.9 Oct 1945Private
                                                                2/2Aust Infantry Battl. 
EAGAR, Jack Sutherland (I22267)
 
9982 War Service:  WW2 NX8404 en. 2 Nov 1939 disc. 8 Dec 1942Private
                                                                1stAust. Convalescent Depot 
MARSLAND, Nicholas Henry Eagar (I22421)
 
9983 War Service:  WW2 NX85462 en. 23 Jan 1942 disc. 8 Nov 1945Lance
                                                                Corporal2/110th  Aust. Gen. Transport 
STANFORD, William Eric (I22142)
 
9984 War Service:  WW2  N191496private, en. 23 Jan 1942, disc. 5 Mar 1943,
                                                                                19Works Co. 
SAUNDERS, Allan Bruce (I13915)
 
9985 War Service:  WW2  N191496private, en. 23 Jan 1942, disc. 5 Mar 1943,
                                                                                19Works Co. 
SAUNDERS, Allan Bruce (I13915)
 
9986 War Service:  WW2 N16581 private,  en. 12 Aug 1940,disc. 27 Dec 1941,
                                                                                53Battalion 
HEWITT, Harold Arthur (I22944)
 
9987 As a living person is linked to this information, further details have been withheld. FEATHERSTON, Kenneth Morris (I6224)
 
9988 War Service:  WW2 N347541 private, en. 30 Apl 1941, disc. 14 Apl 1944,
                                                                                3AML & FDU 
FEATHERSTON, Cecil John (I6223)
 
9989 War Service:  WW2 NX139500 (N77039) en. 2 Nov 1942, disc. 30 Jan 1946,
                                                                Corporal4th RAE Training Battl 
BUCHANAN, Edward William McLeod (I3085)
 
9990 War Service:  WW2 NX140018 private, en. 20 Nov 1942, disc. 20 Aug 1946,
                                                                                2/10Docks Operating Co. 
SAUNDERS, John Hole (I13895)
 
9991 War Service:  WW2 NX16614 (N8870) en. 3 Sep 1942, disc. 18 Sep 1945,
                                                                Lieutenant21st Field Co. 
PAUL, John Maxwell Maurice (I8889)
 
9992 War Service:  WW2 NX53361 private en. 13 Jul 1940, disc. 2 Nov 1945,
                                                                103General Transport Co. AASC

MORRIS, WILLIAM WALLACE

You are invited to honour WILLIAM WALLACE MORRIS by adding your name as a dedication. 

Your Name
 
 

Relationship
 (optional) 
Add Name
Born:
6 Mar 1918
Place Of Birth:
THORNLEIGH, NSW
Service:
Australian Army
Service Number:
NX53361
Date Of Enlistment:
13 Jul 1940
Next Of Kin:
MORRIS, EMMA
Rank:
Private 
MORRIS, William Wallace (I22594)
 
9993 War Service:  WW2 NX86769 Warrant Officer Class 2, en. 30 Jan 1942,
 disc. 7 Nov 1946,  101 Tank Attack Regiment   
ALLSOPP, Arthur Henry (I13876)
 
9994 War Service: WW1 49th Battalion, promoted L/Col. 6 May 1916, deprived of rank
                        27 Jul 1916 after charge of AWL(forfeited 7 days pay) 
SMITH, Harry Roy (I11470)
 
9995 War Service: WW1  370 53rdBattalion,  enl. 5 Nov 1915,  during service he was frequently AWOL,  charged with offensive language to NCOs,  charged with drunkenness,
desertion, escaped from detention,  charged with wilfully maiming himself, culminating in being subject to Court Martials twice resulting insentences of 76 days and 19 months,  He automatically forfeited service Gratuity and issuance of service Medals. 
BUCHANAN, Frank Henry Lewis Arthur (I3114)
 
9996 War Service: WW1  Lieutenant 20221 HUTCHISON, Frank Edwin (I3238)
 
9997 War Service: WW2 76902 RAAF en. 20 Jul 1942, disc. 21 Mar 1946
                                                                LeadingAircraftman 38 Squadron 
SMITH, Cecil Roy Nathan (I11503)
 
9998 War Service: WW2 B3037 RAN en. 4 Mar 1941, disc. 4 Sep 1946, Leading
                                                                                Seaman,  HMAS Shoalhaven 
SMITH, Clifton Alexander (I11500)
 
9999 War Service: WW2 NX164954 (N248803) en. 9 Nov 1943, disc. 20 Feb 1946
                                                                                Sapper16th Aust. CRE Works. 
SIMPSON, Norman Douglas (I8776)
 
10000 War Service: WW2 NX44027, en. 1 Sep 1941, disc. 28 Nov 1945,
                                                                LanceCorporal  1st Aust. Depot BN(ME) 
SIMPSON, Verril George (I8778)
 

      «Prev «1 ... 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 Next»

Copyright © Barry Ennever 2006-2018. All rights reserved. Information provided for personal use only (click here for terms of use/privacy policy).
Site powered by TNG, hosted by TSO.  See home page for site update information.