Naomi Olive Campbell

F, #3241, b. 1875, d. 1966
Father*John Lewthwaite Campbell b. 1829, d. 22 Dec 1888
Mother*Ellen Day b. 13 Mar 1844, d. 12 Sep 1921
Birth*1875 New Zealand NZ#B11055.1,2 
Death*1966 Moreland, VIC, Australia, #D11976 (Age 80) - as WISDOM.1 

Citations

  1. [S5] Registry of Births Deaths and Marriages Death Index Victoria 1921-1985.
  2. [S10] New Zealand Government Birth, Death & Marriage Indexes.
Last Edited19 Sep 2018

Douglas James Manger

M, #3243, b. Jun 1855, d. 30 Aug 1932
Birth*Jun 1855 St George Hanover Square, London, England, Jun Q [St George Hanover Square] 1a 177.1 
Marriage*3 Oct 1882 Spouse: Georgianna Strachan Frood. St Geo Hannover Square, London, England, Dec Q [St Geo H Sq] 1a 669.1,2
 
Marriage-Notice*5 Oct 1882Marriages: On 3rd inst., at St George's Hanover Square, Douglas, son of W Manger, 14 Edith Grove, West Brompton, to Georgiana Strachan Frood, daughter of the late John Frood, London.3 
Death*30 Aug 1932 Clifton Hill, VIC, Australia, #D1278 (age 75) [par William MANGER & Jane STEWART].4 
Death-Notice*1 Sep 1932MANGER.-On the 30th August, at 10 North terrace, Clifton Hill, Douglas, the very dearly loved and devoted husband of Georgie, loving father of Beryl, Marjorie, Gwen (Mrs. Spencer Watkins, Manchester, England), late Captain William Douglas Stewart Manger (A I.F.), Mary (Mrs F C Cato, Sydney), and Rupert (deceased), -At rest.
MANGER -The Friends of the late Mr DOUGLAS J MANGER are informed that his funeral will leave his late residence No 10 North Terrace Clifton Hill THIS DAY (Thursday) at 2 p m for the Crematorium, Fawkner.5 

Electoral Rolls (Australia) and Census (UK/IRL)

DateAddressOccupation and other people at same address
19083 Michael Street, North Fitzroy, VIC, AustraliaOccupation: accountant. With Georgianna Strachan Manger. With Margaret Constance Manger Muriel Gwendoline Manger.6
bt 1912 - 191510 North Terrace, Clifton Hill, VIC, AustraliaOccupation: accountant. With Georgianna Strachan Manger. With Margaret Constance Manger, Muriel Gwendoline Manger, William Douglas Stewart Manger.7,8,9,10

Family

Georgianna Strachan Frood b. 16 Sep 1860, d. 3 Mar 1941
Child 1.William Douglas Stewart Manger b. 26 Sep 1890, d. 21 Jul 1915

Newspaper-Articles

  • 14 Sep 1898, Upper Beaconsfield.
    On Friday night a most successful concert was held in the Assembly Hall, at which the audience was large and highly appreciative. The affair was originated to raise the wherewithal to provide prizes for the children attending the local State school, and the result should be gratifying to all concerned. The children sang se veral numbers, of a class much superior to those usually given, and to Mr. Elcoate, their teacher, a special word of praise is due. The programme included the following items :-Piano solo, "Country life," Miss Alice Renfree; song, "The lost chord," Miss G. Orgill; skirt dance Miss Elsie Rosa ; song, " Barney O'Hea, Mrs. Titcher (encored); song, '"To horse," Mr. Elcoate; club swinging, Miss Connie Martyn (very heartily received); duet, " Palashki's banner," Miss G. Orgill and Mr. Elcoate; skirt dance and Highland fing, Miss Fraser; song, "The clang of the wooden shoon," Master Elcoate (of St. Paul's choir); piano duet, "Mazeppa, Miss Ella Stevens and Miss Halleur; song, " When they put him in trousers," Miss Connie Martyn (encored); song, "Eternal rest," Mrs.Titcher; song, "The old brigade," Master Elcoate; duet "Larboard Watch," very well sung by Messrs. Elcoate" and Fraser. Messrs R.R . Bain and Fraser supplied the comic element, and, judging by the frequent encores and hearty applause, they pleased the audience immensely. Most of the accompaniments were played by Mr Manger, who materially assisted in the success of the songs. At the termination of the concert a social dance was held, at which there was a very good attendant Under the able direction of Mr. Woodley everything passed off happily, and terpaichore was indulged in with zest. Mr. and Mrs. Woodley provided the music.11
  • 10 Sep 1932, MANGER-On the 30th August, Douglas Manger manager Fitzroy Box Factory -A tribute to a gentleman by two friends.12

Citations

  1. [S9] Free BMD. Index. Online @ https://www.freebmd.org.uk/.
  2. [S80] Ancestry - Family Tree, FROOD - London St Pancras Owner: david11000.
  3. [S14] Newspaper - The Times (London), 5 Oct 1882, p1.
  4. [S5] Registry of Births Deaths and Marriages Death Index Victoria 1921-1985.
  5. [S11] Newspaper - Argus 1 Sep 1932, p1.
  6. [S108] Electoral Roll for Australia, 1908.
  7. [S112] Electoral Roll for Australia, 1912.
  8. [S113] Electoral Roll for Australia, 1913.
  9. [S114] Electoral Roll for Australia, 1914.
  10. [S115] Electoral Roll for Australia, 1915.
  11. [S12] Newspaper - South Bourke and Mornington Journal 14 Sep 1898, p2.
  12. [S11] Newspaper - Argus 10 Sep 1932, p13.
Last Edited3 Apr 2015

Georgianna Strachan Frood

F, #3244, b. 16 Sep 1860, d. 3 Mar 1941
Married NameManger. 
Birth*16 Sep 1860 Kensington, London, England, baptised 11 Jul 1879 at Ealing St Mary, daughter of the late John FROOD and Georgiana.1,2 
Marriage*3 Oct 1882 Spouse: Douglas James Manger. St Geo Hannover Square, London, England, Dec Q [St Geo H Sq] 1a 669.3,4
 
Marriage-Notice*5 Oct 1882Marriages: On 3rd inst., at St George's Hanover Square, Douglas, son of W Manger, 14 Edith Grove, West Brompton, to Georgiana Strachan Frood, daughter of the late John Frood, London.5 
Widow30 Aug 1932Georgianna Strachan Frood became a widow upon the death of her husband Douglas James Manger.1 
Death*3 Mar 1941 Clifton Hill, VIC, Australia, #D1937 (Age 75) [par Henry FROOD & Georgina STRACHAN].1 
Death-Notice*5 Mar 1941MANGER -On March 3 at Aston 10 North terrace Clifton Hill Georgianna Strachan beloved wife of the late Douglas Manger and dearly loved and devoted mother of Beryl, Margaret, Gwen William (deceased AIF), Mary, and Rupert (deceased).
MANGER-On March 3 at her home Georgianna Strachan Manger greatly loved grandmother of Marjorie, Bill, Geraldine, and Douglas Cato.
MANGER.—The funeral of the late Mrs. GEORGIANNA STRACHAN MANGER will leave her residence, Aston, 10 North terrace, Clifton Hill at 3.30 pm, THIS DAY (Wednesday, March 5) for the Falkner Crematorium.6 

Electoral Rolls (Australia) and Census (UK/IRL)

DateAddressOccupation and other people at same address
19083 Michael Street, North Fitzroy, VIC, AustraliaOccupation: home duties. With Douglas James Manger. With Margaret Constance Manger Muriel Gwendoline Manger.7
bt 1912 - 191510 North Terrace, Clifton Hill, VIC, AustraliaOccupation: home duties. With Douglas James Manger. With Margaret Constance Manger, Muriel Gwendoline Manger, William Douglas Stewart Manger.8,9,10,11

Family

Douglas James Manger b. Jun 1855, d. 30 Aug 1932
Child 1.William Douglas Stewart Manger b. 26 Sep 1890, d. 21 Jul 1915

Citations

  1. [S5] Registry of Births Deaths and Marriages Death Index Victoria 1921-1985.
  2. [S65] Ancestry - various indices, London Metropolitan Archives, Ealing St Mary, Register of Baptism, dro/037/a/01, Item 035.
  3. [S9] Free BMD. Index. Online @ https://www.freebmd.org.uk/.
  4. [S80] Ancestry - Family Tree, FROOD - London St Pancras Owner: david11000.
  5. [S14] Newspaper - The Times (London), 5 Oct 1882, p1.
  6. [S11] Newspaper - Argus 5 Mar 1941, p4.
  7. [S108] Electoral Roll for Australia, 1908.
  8. [S112] Electoral Roll for Australia, 1912.
  9. [S113] Electoral Roll for Australia, 1913.
  10. [S114] Electoral Roll for Australia, 1914.
  11. [S115] Electoral Roll for Australia, 1915.
Last Edited3 Apr 2015

William Douglas Stewart Manger

M, #3247, b. 26 Sep 1890, d. 21 Jul 1915
William Douglas Stewart MANGER
(1890-1915)
Father*Douglas James Manger b. Jun 1855, d. 30 Aug 1932
Mother*Georgianna Strachan Frood b. 16 Sep 1860, d. 3 Mar 1941

World War I

William Douglas Stewart Manger was born in Upper Beaconsfield, but the family had left the district before he enlisted on 24 Aug 1914 with the 5th Battalion, C Company, where he was a Lieutenant. His unit embarked on board Transport A3 Orvieto on 21 Oct 1914 from Melbourne. He was wounded at Gallipoli on 25 Apr 1915. He was appointed captain on 26 Apr 1915. He was evacuated to England on 9 Jul 1915, and died of wounds on 21 Jul 1915 in London. He is buried at Wandsworth Cemetery (F.B. 1, 19), London.1
Birth*26 Sep 1890 Berwick, VIC, Australia, #B29886.2,3 
Death*21 Jul 1915 Wandsworth Hospital, Wandsworth, England, wounded 25 April 1915 at Gallipoli
It is believed that he had a fall in hospital in London, of which he died.4 
Death-Notice*31 Jul 1915MANGER -A tribute to the memory of our old comrade, Captain W. D. G. Manger (Bill), who died of wounds received in action at the Dardanelles (Inserted by the members of the Chevron Club.5

Electoral Rolls (Australia) and Census (UK/IRL)

DateAddressOccupation and other people at same address
bt 1912 - 191510 North Terrace, Clifton Hill, VIC, AustraliaOccupation: clerk. With Douglas James Manger and Georgianna Strachan Manger and Margaret Constance Manger Muriel Gwendoline Manger.6,7,8,9

Newspaper-Articles

  • 9 Jun 1915, SHELLING THE TURKISH FORTS
    Lieutenant W. D. S. Manger, 5th Battalion, A.I.F., writes from hospital:
    "It is rather difficult to write, as my hand is slightly injured, but I will do my best. Well, we got into it at last. We left Mena on Sunday, April 4, and embarked at Alexandria. From there we went to Lemnos, and anchored in Mudros Bay. Owing to everything not being favourable, we had to wait there two weeks, but it was a pleasant stay there all the same. It was a great sight to see the harbour, which was crowded with ships. The Queen Elizabeth was lying quite close. We left there on Saturday evening, April 24, and sailed to our appointed meeting-places, of which there were many. Early on Sunday morning we sailed for the Dardanelles. The 3rd Brigade landed in destroyers at 4 a.m., and drove the Turks from their trenches with bayonet; then the Second and First Brigades landed. The Turks were shelling the landing parties with shrapnel, but did not do much damage. It was a wonderful sight to see the fleet shelling the Turkish inland forts, but the Turks' guns were too well hidden. As soon as we landed, we had to rush up a very steep hill, and support the 3rd Brigade, who had driven the enemy back about two miles. Then we came up, and charged them back about a mile further, but paid for our boldness, as their guns caught us in enfilade, and then we found out what shrapnel was like.
    SHOT BY SNIPER.
    The Turks were very hard to find, as the country was very bushy. I knelt to use my glasses, and a sniper shot me in the leg, which broke my thigh. A poor chap who came to help me was also shot. I lay there, and the firing-line advanced. I had been lying there about a quarter of an hour, when I received another in the leg, and 10 minutes later another in the thigh. Unfortunately I had to be there till night, but I spent my time in making a barricade of discarded kits, which saved me from more bullets. At nightfall, four men gave me a hand, and carried me out. We had not proceeded far before we found ourselves surrounded by Turks. The men dropped me, and said they would come with help. I crawled into a big bush, and lay there. The Turks were that close I could touch them. All night long I lay there under fire, and it was hell. The machine-guns were something awful. In the morning the fleet started bombarding, and they gave it to them, but their guns were hard to find. The sound of the Queen Elizabeth's guns was awful, and made me jump every time. About 4 o'clock our chaps started again, and charged the Turks off the ridge they were holding, and drove them on to the one on which I was hiding. I was between two fires. The Turks had a machine-gun within two yards of me, and I was unable to do anything, as I had lost all my equipment. Then our machine-guns started on this one, and I can tell you, I had to bury my head in the ground, but luckily I was not hit, although hundreds of bullets passed all around me.
    TURKS DID NOT WAIT.
    Then our fellows charged again and drove them away. There was one thing about the Turks they never waited for our bayonets, but cleared. As soon as our chaps had occupied the ridge I was on, the Turkish guns started again and they swept the valley from one end to the other, and they could shoot, too. Then we brought up two guns to silence them but our fellows did not stay there long as their fire was too deadly, and every shot seemed to land on our guns, so they moved out. In the artillery duel, I received a shrapnel wound on the arm and damaged the thumb and second finger. About 7 o'clock three men came along and dragged me out and took me back to the doctor who put my leg into temporary splints with a rifle and flag. I was thankful to be in, as I had been in the field and under fire for 34 hours. From there they carried me down the hills in a water-proof sheet to a dressing station, where I was put on a stretcher. I was going to stop there till the morning but the Turkish snipers found us out, and wounded a Red Cross chap, so they carried me down to the beach—a journey altogether, from where I was found, of three miles. I reached there in safety, and they put me on board and shipped me to Alexandria, and am now in a German hospital and have German nurses. Funny, is it not? But they are awfully nice, and it is the best hospital outside Europe. I am getting along splendidly, Major Fethers was killed. Lieutenant Les Moore shot in the neck now convalescent: Captain Flockhart received one in the mouth, which knocked out three teeth. A very large number of wounded, but many recover quickly. The German snipers are very cruel, and often lie hidden in a hole covered with bushes till our fellows pass; then they start shooting them in the back. The Australians, if they catch them, give them no chance. The Turks were mutilating the dead, also killing and mutilating the wounded, so our boys give them no quarter at all. Thanks very much for your cable.
    "Here at least for two months, worse luck."10
  • 26 Jul 1915, First Death in England. Captain W. D. S. Manger.
    Captain W D S Manger, of the 5th Battalion of the 2nd Infantry Brigade (who left Australia as platoon commander of B company, has died at the Wandsworth (Eng.) Hospital. His body was interred at Wandsworth which is a suburb of London with full military honours. Major Buckley (military advisor to the Commonwealth High Commissioner) represented Sir George Reid at the funeral, which was also at attended by several wounded Australian officers.
    Captain William Douglas Stewart Manger died in the 3rd Military Hospital (London). He was the only son of Mr and Mrs Douglas Manger of Aston, Clifton Hill. The news came as a great shock as only on Monday last his parents received a cable message from him saving: - "Arrived London. Leg badly set. Night operation. Doing well".
    He was for seven years in military training and was lieutenant in the 51st Regiment commanded by Colonel Courtney. He took the keenest interest in his work and was a very promising young officer. He was wounded at the Dardanelles after severe fighting in which Major Flockhart (in a letter received this mail) says he did splendid work until wounded by a sniper.
    He was wounded no fewer than six times having his thigh fractured and wounded and the thumb and third finger of his right hand injured, and was lying for 34 hours under fire.11
  • 21 Jul 1920, MANGER.- In loving memory of Captain William Douglas Stewart Manger, 5th Battalion A.I.F., wounded 25th April. 1915, died In Wandsworth Hospital, England, 21st July, 1915, beloved only son of Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Manger, "Aston," Clifton Hill.
    MANGER.- In proud and loving memory of my dear brother, Captain William Douglas Stewart Manger, 5th Battalion A.I.F., wounded Gallipoli 25th April, 1915, died Wandsworth Hospital, England, 21st July 1915. (Marjorie Manger.)
    MANGER.- In loving memory of my dear brother, Captain William Douglas Stewart Manger, 5th Battalion A.l.F., wounded Gallipoli 25th April, 1915, died Wandsworth Hospital, England, 21st July, 1915. (Inserted by Mrs. Edward C. Cato.)4

Citations

  1. [S29] Nominal Roll, Australian War Memorial - WWI.
  2. [S2] Registry of Births Deaths and Marriages Federation Index Victoria 1889-1901.
  3. [S50] Miscellaneous Source, http://trees.ancestry.co.uk/tree/17862846/person/648426041
    'david11000' his source - Bryn Dolan, taken from birth registration.
  4. [S11] Newspaper - Argus 21 Jul 1920, p1.
  5. [S11] Newspaper - Argus 31 Jul 1915, p11.
  6. [S112] Electoral Roll for Australia, 1912.
  7. [S113] Electoral Roll for Australia, 1913.
  8. [S114] Electoral Roll for Australia, 1914.
  9. [S115] Electoral Roll for Australia, 1915.
  10. [S11] Newspaper - Argus 9 Jun 1915, p12.
  11. [S11] Newspaper - Argus 26 Jul 1915, p8.
Last Edited18 Dec 2015

Sidney Wolton Gullett

M, #3254, b. 1889, d. 26 Jul 1953
Birth*1889 Lancefield, VIC, Australia, #B32574.1 
Marriage*19 Aug 1919 Spouse: Ethel May Gardner. Christ Church, Hawthorn, VIC, Australia, #M5504.2
 
Land-UBeac*18 Sep 1940 PAK-76.78 (part). Transfer from Anne Allan to Sidney Wolton Gullett. 69a 0r 34 4/10p.3 
Land-UBeac*5 Aug 1943 PAK-76.78 (part). Transfer from Sidney Wolton Gullett to Vernon De Witt Margetts. 69a 0r 34 4/10p.4 
Death*26 Jul 1953 East Melbourne, VIC, Australia, #D7903 (age 63) [par Sidney Alfred George GULLETT & Elizabeth Anne WIGG].5 
Death-Notice*28 Jul 1953GULLETT, Sidney Wolton. — On July 26, at Melbourne, beloved husband of May, of 14 St George's road, Toorak, loving father of Joan, Audrey, and Elizabeth.6 

Newspaper-Articles

  • 11 Jun 1888, Marriages. GULLETT—WIGG.—On the 24th ult., 1888, at St. Paul's Church, Rushworth, by the Rev. A. Brazier, of Dandenong, assisted by the Rev. J. Swindell, of Rushworth, Sidney Gullett, third son of the late Henry Gullett, Esq., of Lancefield, to Lissie, eldest daughter of Wolton Wigg, Esq., J.P., of Rushworth.7
  • 20 Sep 1919, GULLETT-GARDNER.-On the 19th August, at Christ Church, Hawthorn, by the Rev. H. Stanley Hollow, M.A.. Capt. Sidney W, 29th Bat talion, A.I.F., only surviving son of Mrs. Gullett and the late Sidney Gullett, of "Ross Dhu," Darling Downs, to May, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Gardner, "Yarroma," St. James Park, Hawthorn.8
  • 13 Mar 1945, Engagements: GULLETT-COWAN. - Joan Lincoln, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Gullett. 14 St. George's road, Toorak, to Flight-Lieutenant Ralfe James. R.AA.F., younger son of the late Mr. T. Cowan and Mrs. Cowan, of Brisbane.9
  • 5 Jun 1945, ENGAGEMENT: GULLETT-TUDEHOPE. — Audrey Ranald, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Gullett, 14 St. George's road, Toorak, to Lieutenant David Ballantyne (ex-A.I.F.), younger son of the late Mr. H. C. Tudehope, and of Mrs. E. A. Rodd, 10 St. George's Court, Toorak.10
  • 29 Apr 1946, TUDEHOPE-GULLETT. The marriage of Audrey Ranald, second daughter of Mr and Mrs Sidney B. Gullett, Welwyn, St George's rd, Toorak, to David Ballantyne Tudehope, ex-ATF, younger son of the late Mr H. Tudehope and of Mrs E. A. Rodd, St George's Court, Toorak, was celebrated by the Rev H. M. Arrowsmith at St John's, Toorak, on Saturday.
    The bride wore a magnolia satin gown, with fine pearl embroidery finishing the square neckline above a roll collar, and a Brussels point lace veil, lent by Mrs John Williams, and worn Mary Stuart style. She carried gardenias. Her sisters, Mrs Raife Cowan and Miss Elizabeth Gullett, were bridesmaids, Mr Jim Anderson was best man, and Mr Gullett, MP, groomsman.11
  • 11 Jan 1952, Engagement: GULLETT-AICKIN -Elizabeth May youngest daughter of Mr and Mrs Sidney Gullett of 14 St Georges road Toorak to Keith Arthur younger son of Mrs J L Aickin and the late Mr J L Aickin of 35 Aroona road Caulfield.12
  • 28 Jul 1953, Death of director. Mr. Sidney Wolton Gullett, 63, of Toorak, who died on Sunday, was a director of several Melbourne companies and an active member of the Legacy Club.
    In World War I he rose to the rank of captain, and was three times mentioned in despatches. For many years he was honorary chairman of the Purchase and Contract Board of the Repatriation Department; was managing director of the Union Can Company Pty. Ltd., and a director of Holeproof Ltd.
    He was a member of the Naval and Military, the Athenaeum, and the Savage Clubs.
    He leaves a wife and three married daughters.
    After a memorial service at St. John's Church, Toorak, at 10 a.m. today, there will be a private cremation at Springvale. A. A. Sleight Pty. Ltd. have charge of arrangements.13
  • 24 Oct 1953, Engineer left £438,643
    Mr. Sidney Wolton Gullett, of St. George's rd, Toorak, industrial engineer, who died on July 26, left estate valued at £438,643 to his widow and members of his family, subject to payment of a number of legacies to former employees.
    Mr. Gullett's estate included shares in Containers Ltd. valued at £254,650.14

Citations

  1. [S2] Registry of Births Deaths and Marriages Federation Index Victoria 1889-1901.
  2. [S4] Registry of Births Deaths and Marriages Great War Index Victoria 1914-1920.
  3. [S185] Property Titles. ; PROV (Public Records Office Victoria), C/T 3096-030 - Sidney Wolton Gullett of St Georges Road Toorak Industrial Engineer.
  4. [S185] Property Titles. ; PROV (Public Records Office Victoria), C/T 3096-030 - Vernon De Witt Margetts of 44 Kyarra Road Gardiner Governing Director.
  5. [S5] Registry of Births Deaths and Marriages Death Index Victoria 1921-1985.
  6. [S11] Newspaper - Argus 28 Jul 1953, p9.
  7. [S11] Newspaper - Argus 11 Jun 1888, p1.
  8. [S11] Newspaper - Argus 20 Sep 1919, p17.
  9. [S11] Newspaper - Argus 13 Mar 1945, p8.
  10. [S11] Newspaper - Argus 5 Jun 1945, p8.
  11. [S11] Newspaper - Argus 29 Apr 1946, p6.
  12. [S11] Newspaper - Argus 11 Jan 1952, p4.
  13. [S11] Newspaper - Argus 28 Jul 1953, p5.
  14. [S11] Newspaper - Argus 24 Oct 1953, p6.
Last Edited23 Apr 2016

Stewart St Leger Burton

M, #3268, b. 1895, d. 17 Aug 1966
Birth*1895 St Kilda, VIC, Australia, #B16138 [par William St Leger BURTON & Charlotte Isabel STEWART].1 
Marriage*1932 Spouse: Marjorie Helen Hindaugh. VIC, Australia, #M4629.2
 
Land-UBeac*12 Jun 1936 PAK-60.62.X (part) l/p 5390 (Lot 1.2 (part). Transfer from Leah Victoria Annabella Kellaway to Stewart St Leger Burton. 19a 3r 28p.3 
Land-UBeac*5 Oct 1948 PAK-60.62.X (part) l/p 5390 (Lot 1.2 (part). Transfer from Stewart St Leger Burton to Kathleen Louisa Curwen-Walker Edna Caroline Curwen-Walker. 19a 3r 28p.4 
Death*17 Aug 1966 Airlie Beach, QLD, Australia.5 
Death-Notice*3 Sep 1966Late of Mt Tambourine QLD.6 

Electoral Rolls (Australia) and Census (UK/IRL)

DateAddressOccupation and other people at same address
1937Windara, Upper Beaconsfield, VIC, AustraliaOccupation: musician. With Marjorie Helen Burton.7

Newspaper-Articles

  • 18 Jul 1924, INSTITUTE OF THE ARTS.
    The usual weekly evening meeting of the Australian Institute of the Art and Literature was held last night in the Queen's Hall. Mr Stewart St Leger Burton played his original music for Mr Vidler's duologue, "Romance: a Pastoral." Miss Eileen Burton played the pianoforte part, and Mr Burton the violin. The greater part of the evening was occupied by a paper on "The Short Story," by Mr S Greig Smith, followed by a discussion in which Mr Percival Serle asked for a higher standard of local criticism.8
  • 17 Apr 1941, BURTON-On April 2 at Wahroonga (NSW) to Mr and Mrs Stewart St L Burton, of Windara Upper Beaconsfield-a son (Both well.)9

Citations

  1. [S2] Registry of Births Deaths and Marriages Federation Index Victoria 1889-1901.
  2. [S22] Victorian Government. BDM Index Victoria (online).
  3. [S185] Property Titles. ; PROV (Public Records Office Victoria), C/T 2195-903 - Stewart St Leger Burton of 10 Grange Road Kew Musician - C/T 6048-441.
  4. [S185] Property Titles. ; PROV (Public Records Office Victoria), C/T 6048-441 - Kathleen Louisa Curwen-Walker and Edna Caroline Curwen-Walker both of 44 Pasley Street South Yarra Spinsters.
  5. [S50] Miscellaneous Source, Ryerson Index:
    BURTON     Stewart St. Leger Death notice 17AUG1966 Death 72 at Airlie Beach, late of Mt Tambourine QLD Sydney Morning Herald 03SEP1966.
  6. [S14] Newspaper - Sydney Morning Herald, 3 Sep 1966 (Ryerson Index).
  7. [S137] Electoral Roll for Australia, 1937.
  8. [S11] Newspaper - Argus 18 Jul 1924, p4.
  9. [S11] Newspaper - Argus 17 Apr 1941, p4.
Last Edited29 Mar 2016

Marjorie Helen Hindaugh

F, #3269
Married NameBurton. 
Marriage*1932 Spouse: Stewart St Leger Burton. VIC, Australia, #M4629.1
 

Electoral Rolls (Australia) and Census (UK/IRL)

DateAddressOccupation and other people at same address
1937Windara, Upper Beaconsfield, VIC, AustraliaOccupation: home duties. With Stewart St Leger Burton.2

Citations

  1. [S22] Victorian Government. BDM Index Victoria (online).
  2. [S137] Electoral Roll for Australia, 1937.
Last Edited29 Mar 2016
 

NOTE

Many family sections show only the children who were associated with Upper Beaconsfield.