Joseph Bulling

M, #5159, b. 1832, d. 5 Aug 1925

Upper Beaconsfield

Joseph Bulling was the Builder of Fernacre in St Georges Road.
Birth*1832 Norfolk, England.1 
Marriage*1857 Spouse: Ellen Lizabeth Gothorp. VIC, Australia, #M3351.2
 
Land-UBeac*17 Sep 1885 PAK-66 l/p 1265 (Lot 10). Transfer from Arthur Knight to Joseph Bulling. 19a 3p 32 6/10p.3,4 
Land-UBeac*25 Sep 1885 PAK-66 l/p 1265 (part Lot 10). Transfer from Joseph Bulling to Martha 'Patty' MacKenzie. Bulling sold Patty 12a 1r 21p of his property, and retained about 7a.5 
Land-UBeac*17 Jan 1891 PAK-66 l/p 1265 (part Lot 10) 'Fernacre', 55 St Georges Road. Transfer from Joseph Bulling to Sarah Ellen Smith. Transfer as to balance - 7a 2r 11p.6 
WidowerOct 1895Joseph Bulling became a widower upon the death of his wife Ellen Lizabeth Gothorp.7 
Marriage*1896 Spouse: Eleanor Jane Cook. VIC, Australia, #M7314R.8
 
Death*5 Aug 1925 Prahran, VIC, Australia, #D11262 (Age 94) [son of William BULLING & unknown] - as Ernest Joseph.9 
Death-Notice*7 Aug 1925BULLING.-On the 5th August, at 40 Lambeth avenue, Malvern, Joseph Bulling, the beloved husband of Ellen Jane, father of Annie (Mrs. Smith), Minnie (Mrs. R. G. Cameron), Lucie (Mrs. Matthews), Nellie (Mrs Palmer), Frank, and Arthur, in his 94th year.
At rest. Love divine, how sweet thou art.10 

Grave

  • Methodist B Grave 074, St Kilda Cemetery, St Kilda, VIC, Australia, Alice M BULLING 28 Dec 1868 14 months
    also Ernest Joseph 12 Dec 1870 6 months
    & William Walter 18 Feb 1872 11 months
    also Ellen, mother of the above and wife of Joseph BULLING 16 Oct 1895 61 years
    also Joseph, husband & father of the above 5 Aug 1925 93 years11

Newspaper-Articles

  • 24 Dec 1887, THURSDAY, JANUARY 19. At Twelve O'Clock. At the Rooms.
    COMFORTABLE DWELLING and EIGHT ACRES. UPPER BEACONSFIELD.
    CJ. and T. HAM are instructed by the owner and occupier (Mr. J. Bulling) to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, as above, Land situate at Beaconsfield, a little off the main road, within 4½ miles of the railway station and half a mile of post and telegraph office, and containing eight acres, all fenced (2½ acres close fenced, as fruit and vegetable garden).
    On the land is erected a NEW NINE-ROOMED HOUSE, with verandah of weatherboard, with stable, coach house, feedhouse, two 400gal. tanks, &c.
    The position of this property is picturesque and pleasing, and as there is a NATURAL FERNTREE GULLY going through the land, it possesses all the requirements for a country residence for gentlemen of horticultural and landseape gardening tastes.
    Furniture: to be taken at a fair valuation.
    For further particulars apply at the rooms of the auctioneers, 45 Swanston street. Melbourne.12
  • 29 Nov 1889, BEACONSFIELD. Fernacre. Charming Summer Retreat-Modern HOUSE, stabling eight acres, orchard, furniture, cows, poultry, everything. £1250.13
  • 17 Mar 1890, FOR SALE, FERNACRE, BEACONSFIELD, 28 miles from Melbourne, on the Gippsland line.
    Description.— Fernacre, a delightfully situated gentleman's country residence, with eight acres splendid land is five miles from Beaconsfield station by road or three miles and a half by road and track. Post and telegraph office, church, two stores within three quarters of a mile of property, which is surrounded by the residences of Messrs. Rickertson, Cope, Syd. Smith, Gough, J. M'Kenzie, Rushall, and others.
    There will be a station within a mile of property when the already surveyed line to Gembrook is constructed.
    Communication with city by trains several times a day, and passenger waggonettes meet every train fare 2s. Three acres of the land are closely fenced and in a high state of cultivation. Orchard comprises, in full bearing, apples, pears peaches, plums, quinces, figs, oranges, mulberries, apricots, cherries, grape vines, 1000 raspberry canes, 1000 strawberry plants, 500 gooseberry and currant bushes. Vegetables growing whole year. Choicest varieties of flowers and bulbs. Food for stock, viz, mangolds, turnips, carrots. Potatoes always growing.
    The reminder of land is sown with English and native grasses. Noble trees on ground ; firewood always obtainable. Property is fenced with posts rails and wire. Permanent spring. A natural fernery has been allowed to remain in its wild state. A beautiful summer resort.
    Views of Westernport and Gembrook Ranges, panoramic, and enchanting.
    Bain's Hill, adjoining, is one of the sights of the district, and was originally selected for the Governor's residence. Its ferneries and extensive views are unequalled in Victoria.
    FERNACRE HOUSE is of modern construction double fronted weatherboard verandah three sides, large entrance hall, eight rooms, 20 x 16, 13 x 12, 16 x 16, 12 x 13, 12 x 12 ; kitchen 12 x 12 ; pantries, cup boards, linen presses, wardrobes, cornices, centre-flowers, patent range (Metter's), underground tank, 17,000 gallons, and two 400-gallon tanks, man's house, feed-rooms with bins, stable, coachhouse, cowshed, pigsties, fowl and nest houses, toolshed, underground dairy, with fittings and all milking and butter-making utensils.
    The FURNITURE, which goes with house and land, comprises piano, tables and chairs, various sizes and description ; carpets, hearthrugs, fenders, linoleum, three double bedsteads and bedding, four single bedsteads and do, couch, sofa, washstands and ware, crockery, cutlery, glassware, kitchen utensils, garden tools, wheelbarrows, grindstone, saws, axes, laundry requisites, two copper boilers (one for washing, other for preserving, bricked in), clocks, draperies, lamps, &c., in fact, every mortal requisite.
    LIVE STOCK. —Two splendid cows and one heifer, one pig, about 50 head poultry and Aylesbury ducks.
    Fruit is worth £100 a year. Place can be let readily if desired.
    Price for the house, land, furniture, live stock, as it stands, £1,250.
    Terms-One third cash balance 3, 6, 9, and 12 months at 6 per cent or a reduction for cash.
    Particulars and orders to view apply at once, NEWMAN'S Hawksburn ; or E. J. DIXON and SON, Auctioneers, 116 Chapel-reet, Prahran.14

Citations

  1. [S83] Online index to the UK census "1841 census [son of William & Sarah BULLING]."
  2. [S1] Registry of Births Deaths and Marriages Pioneer Index Victoria 1836-1888.
  3. [S185] Property Titles. ; PROV (Public Records Office Victoria), C/T 1297-366 and C/T 1747-267.
  4. [S66] Berwick Shire Rates, 1870-1965 1885/86 - 1887/88 owner house & 20 acres, location not defined, NAV 25.
  5. [S185] Property Titles. ; PROV (Public Records Office Victoria), C/T 1747-267 Joseph Bulling of Osborne Street, South Yarra, Builder.
  6. [S185] Property Titles. ; PROV (Public Records Office Victoria), C/T 1747-267 - Sarah Ellen Smith the wife of Charles Smith of Beaconsfield Gentleman - C/T 2323-590.
  7. [S2] Registry of Births Deaths and Marriages Federation Index Victoria 1889-1901.
  8. [S2] Registry of Births Deaths and Marriages Federation Index Victoria 1889-1901 "as Ellen Jane COOK."
  9. [S5] Registry of Births Deaths and Marriages Death Index Victoria 1921-1985.
  10. [S11] Newspaper - Argus 7 Aug 1925, p1.
  11. [S48] Index of burials in the cemetery of St Kilda,.
  12. [S11] Newspaper - Argus 24 Dec 1887, p3.
  13. [S11] Newspaper - Argus 29 Nov 1889, p10.
  14. [S11] Newspaper - Argus 17 Mar 1890, p10.
Last Edited19 Sep 2017

Arthur Ebden Johnson

M, #5160, b. 1821, d. 29 May 1895
Birth*1821 England. 
Anecdote*bt 1859 - 1873ARCHITECTS ON THE STAFF OF THE PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT (1852-78)
Arthur Ebden Johnson (1859-73)
Born in 1821 in the south of England, Johnson studied at the Royal Academy and RIBA and won the Soane medal. He arrived in Victoria in the early 1850s. His design for the Melbourne GPO was successful in a competition, and in 1859 he began work in the Public Works Department as a draftsman. In 1862 he was promoted to Clerk of Works and draftsman Class 3. As judge of the competition for the Law Courts in 1873, he awarded the prize to a design by Alfred Louis Smith. Resulting accusations of complicity in the design led to his resignation in 1873. He then went into practice with Smith. He became the President of the Royal Victorian Institute of Architects in 1893, and died in 1895.1 
Marriage*28 Jun 1860 Spouse: Laura Maria Tuckwell. Christ Church, St Kilda, VIC, Australia, #M1348.2
 
Marriage-Notice*30 Jun 1860On the 28th inst., at Christ Church, St. Kilda, by the Rev. George Wilkinson, Arthur E. Johnson, architect, of Melbourne, to Laura M. Tuckwell, daughter of the late John Tuckwell, Esq., of East Leach, Gloucestershire.3 
Land-UBeac*a 1880 PAK-175. Transfer from Emily Waite to Arthur Ebden Johnson. 18a 1r 27p.4,5 
Widower29 Nov 1890He became a widower upon the death of his wife Laura Maria Tuckwell.6 
Land-UBeac8 Apr 1891 PAK-174. Transfer from Alfred Louis Smith to Arthur Ebden Johnson. 19a 3r 29p - now in joint ownership.7 
Land-UBeac*8 Apr 1891 PAK-175. Transfer from Arthur Ebden Johnson to Alfred Louis Smith. 18a 1r 27p - now in joint ownership as tenants in common.8 
Death*29 May 1895 South Yarra, VIC, Australia, #D7205 (Age 72) [par Alfred JOHNSON & Jane TABOR].6 
Death-Notice*30 May 1895JOHNSON.--On the 29th inst., Arthur Ebden Johnson, F R I B A, and president the Royal Institute of Victorian Architects, and of the firm of Smith and Johnson, and many years connected with the Public Works department of Victoria.
JOHNSON.--The Friends of the late ARTHUR EBDEN JOHNSON, F.R.I.B.A. (President of the Royal Institute of Victorian Architects) are respectfully invited to follow his remains to the place of interment St Kilda Cemetery.
The funeral will leave his late residence, 15 Erica road, Windsor on Friday, 31st inst, at 3 o'clock JOHN DALEY Undertaker Latrobe and Spring streets Melbourne. Telephone 827.9 
Probate (Will)3 Sep 1895 58/595. Inventory contained ... A half share in all that piece of land comprising Allotments 174 and 175 about 38 acres at Pakenham described in Certificated of Title Vol. 1139 Fol 227610 and Vol. 2215 Fol 442945 with cottage erected thereon, untenanted. Value £200.10 
Land-Note*11 Dec 1895 PAK-175: Memo No 17207. Charles Edward Gates of 101 William Street Melbourne Solicitor is registered - as to one undivided half part - as proprietor of the within described land as executor to whom probate of the will of Arthur Ebden Johnson who died on the 29th May 1895 was granted on the 11th July 1895.11 
Land-UBeac12 Feb 1897 PAK-175. Transfer from Arthur Ebden Johnson to Alfred Louis Smith. 18a 1r 27p.12 
Land-UBeac12 Feb 1897 PAK-174. Transfer from Arthur Ebden Johnson to Alfred Louis Smith. Memo 2421. Pursuant to the direction of the Commissionor of Titles in this behalf given under the 229th Section of the Transfer of Land Act 1890,the within named Alfred Louis Smith is registered sole proprietor of the within land.13 
Probate (Will)*2 Aug 1899 Arthur E Johnson, Architect, Melbourne 71/974.14 
(Witness) Note (an unknown value); Their commitment to the establishment of architecture in Victoria was further exemplified when, in 1856, with T. J. Crouch they were founders of the Royal Victorian Institute of Architects (Royal Society of Victoria) (RVIA), and became members of the Philosophical Institute of Victoria in 1958/59.15 
AnecdoteAlfred Louis Smith and Arthur Ebden Johnson were architects who designed many instrumental public buildings of Melbourne in the classical style.
Both architects emigrated from London to Melbourne where they had been trained by leading British architects and designers in the execution of the classical style. After meeting each other in the Colonial Architect's Department they opened a private practice connected with the Public Works Department (PWD). Despite the popularity of other architectural styles of the time such as Gothic, Smith and Johnson practiced in a time when the dignity of classical architecture was still considered the right and proper style for town halls, museums, art galleries and post offices. This perception of public buildings coupled with Smith and Johnson's background gave them great opportunities to execute instrumental buildings in a burgeoning new city flooded with the prosperity of the 1851 Victorian Gold Rush.
Works completed by Smith and Johnson included the Bank of Victoria, Imperial Insurance office, and Baring Chambers in Market Street, the Athenaeum, Union Bank and Ebden's house in Collins Street, the Fire Brigade Station in Eastern Hill, Esplanade Hotel in St. Kilda and adjoining residence, the old Fish Market, Presbyterian Church in William Street, numerous banks and large residences, the Melbourne Law Courts, and the Colonial Bank.
Their commitment to the establishment of architecture in Victoria was further exemplified when, in 1856, with T.J. Crouch they were founders of the Royal Victorian Institute of Architects (Royal Society of Victoria) (RVIA), and became members of the Philosophical Institute of Victoria in 1958/59.
Contents
1 Arthur Ebden Johnson, 1821-1895
2 Alfred Louis Smith, 1830-1907
3 Completed Works
4 References
5 External links
Arthur Ebden Johnson, 1821-1895
Born in the south of England Johnson studied at the Royal Academy and Royal Institute of British Architects, and was a pupil of Philip Hardwick in London. At the age of 17 Johnson committed to a 5-year apprenticeship with the firm of Wigg & Pownall in London. In 1840-1 he was awarded a prize from the Architectural Association for a great number of approved sketches. In 1843 in recognition of his abilities in neoclassical architecture, was awarded the Soane medal. In 1846 at the age of 25 Johnson became partner of late Sir Horace Jones, city Architect of London; who in conjunction with Mr. Pearson erected Weighbridge Church in Surrey. In 1845 he received the Gold Medal from the Royal Academy. Johnson left the U.K. and emigrated to Melbourne in 1851 and was appointed architect for the Colonial Treasurer. It was here that he met Albert Smith, and in April 1852 resigned to begin the private practice "Smith & Johnson". In 1889 Johnson was awarded the silver medal for Architectural Designs and Drawings in connection with the Melbourne Centennial Exhibition. Johnson became the Australian Institute of Architects's Victoria President from 1893 to 1895. Johnson died on 29 May 1895, aged 74.

Alfred Louis Smith, 1830-1907
Born in London, Smith trained under the Master Builder Thomas Cubitt, who was from a family of well-respected architects working in the classical style, this experience exposed Smith to an architectural practice building major landmark structures in London. After emigrating to Melbourne, Smith was employed by the Colonial Architects office in 1851; it was here that he met Arthur Johnson, and in April 1852 Smith resigned from his position at the Colonel Office to establish a private practice with him. In 1892 he was Elected Fellow at the RVIA. Smith died at Bedford Lodge, St.Kilda, in 1907, aged 77.

Completed Works
Royal Australian College of Surgeons (1854–1856) Arthur E. Johnson.
250-290 Spring Street, Melbourne, Victoria.
Renaissance Revival style.
It was demolished in 1933 to make way for the new college new structure built 1934 by J.C. Taylor. Originally built as an educational institution, as is the current building.
Melbourne General Post Office

General Post Office (1859) Arthur E. Johnson
Corner of Elizabeth and Bourke Streets, Melbourne, Victoria.
Renaissance Revival style.
Classically inspired and relies on the super-imposition of the classical order in a series of layers over an arcuated base. After a devastating fire in September 2001 the Australia Post leased the complex to developers who remodelled the building as a shopping mall in 2004.

Bank of Victoria commissions (1861–1876) Smith & Johnson
Various locations.
Renaissance Revival Style.
The appointment of Smith & Johnson as the bank's architects, allowed them to explore a varied approach to the application of classical architecture. Working in combination with various partners, including Watts, Smith and Johnson completed many financial institutions within Victoria. One surviving example is the Bank of Victoria at 81 Beechworth, Wangaratta Road, Beechworth, Victoria.
Steam Packet Inn, Williamstown

Steam Packet Hotel (1862–1863) Albert L. Smith
13 Cole Street, Williamstown, Victoria.
Renaissance Revival
A cornice and string mould divides the storeys and symmetrical, architrave fenestration and corniced chimneys provide the Italian Renaissance derived ornament.
The Old Customs House (now the Immigration Museum)

Old Customs House refurbishment (1873) Arthur E. Johnson
400-424 Flinders Street, Melbourne, Victoria.
Renaissance Revival in the Victorian Period.
In his role in the Public Works Department Johnson remodelled the 1841 building with other Public Works Department (P.W.D) architects John James Clarke and Peter Kerr. The Long Room on the first floor is one of the most elegantly proportioned and grandest classical interiors in Melbourne. Currently the Modern Immigration Museum, Melbourne.

Como House (1874) Arthur E. Johnson
Corner of Williams Road & Lechlale Street, South Yarra, Victoria.
The house was indicative of late Georgian Architecture and was bought by pastoralist Charles Armytage, the uncle of Johnson. Armytage required the addition of a classical ballroom onto the late Georgian white brick house. Now considered as one of the finest examples of mid-Victorian architecture in Australia.
Supreme Court dome

Supreme Court & Supreme Court Library (1874–1884) Smith & Johnson
192 Williams Street, Melbourne, Victoria.
Academic Classical style in the High Victorian Period.
The library was constructed for the Public Works Department and the building features a large dome that is supported by ionic order columns that houses the ventral part of the library.

Golf Hill (1876) Smith and Johnson
Golf Hill, Shelford, Victoria.
Commissioned by George Russell - a two-storey classical bluestone residence.

Esplanade Hotel (1878) Smith & Johnson
11 The Esplanade, St Kilda, Victoria.
Renaissance Revival in the mid-Victorian period.

Union Bank of Australia (1878) Smith & Johnson
351 Collins Street, Melbourne, Victoria.
Also known as the Old ANZ Bank after it was taken over. Now demolished.

Hamilton Club (1879) Smith & Johnson
Corner Grey St and Kennedy St, Hamilton, Victoria.
Italianate style
Built as a men's social club the building was a symmetrical single-storey building with rendered facade and portico. Now Hamilton History Centre.

Eilyer (1880) Smith & Johnson
Albany Rd, Toorak, Victoria.
Residential brick Home built for Albert Austin a wealthy pastoralist. Now demolished
Melbourne Athenaeum

Athenaeum Theatre (1885–1886) Smith & Johnson
184–192 Collins Street, Melbourne, Victoria.
Renaissance Revival in the mid-Victorian period.
Used for theatre and a library, the Athenaeum was first known as the Melbourne Mechanics' Institute. The stuccoed brick exterior is decorated by large Corinthian pilasters and has a parapet containing a statue of Minerva.

The Fish Market (1890) Smith & Johnson
Corner of Flinders and Spencer Streets, Melbourne, Victoria.
The Melbourne Corporation market also known as The Fish Market was demolished in 1959.
Eastern Hill Fire Station

Eastern Hill Fire Station (1893) Smith & Johnson
Corner of Victoria and Gisborne Streets, Melbourne.
English Baroque architectural style, with Queen Anne style design elements.
The building features a two tiered arcaded veranda with both circular and elliptical arches and is dominated by the large watchtower. Situated on one of the highest spots in the city, it was an important means of spotting fires across the metropolis. The station currently occupied by the Melbourne Fire Museum and the Brigade continues to use part of the old station as office space.16 

Grave

  • Meth. A. No 13, St Kilda Cemetery, St Kilda, VIC, Australia, Laura Maria, wife of Arthur E JOHNSON of Melbourne, architect 29.11.1890 Age 54
    Artur Ebden JOHNSON of Melbourne, architect 29.5.1895 Age 7417

Newspaper-Articles

  • 1 Jun 1878, SCHEDULE of APPLICATIONS to be considered by a Local Land Board at Melbourne, on Friday, 7th June, 1878, at 10 o'clock. Section 49. 2. Arthur E. Johnson, 19a. 3r. 31p., Pakenham, abandoned by Emily Waite.18
  • 3 Dec 1895, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 4, At the Rooms, at Half past two o'clock. VILLA RESIDENCE at TOORAK. PROPERTY at UPPER BEACONSFIELD.
    JOHN VALE and SON have received instructions from the executor of the estate of the late A. E. Johnson to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION (through their auctioneer, W. P. Vale), at the rooms, Planet, chambers, 286 Collins street, as above.
    Also,
    All that the executors' one half interest in Crown Allotments 174 and 175, parish of Pakenham, county of Mornington, totalling 38 acres 1 rood 16 perches, with weatherboard cottage of seven rooms, two kitchens, barn, stabling, and outbuildings, orchard, garden, and cultivation paddock, the whole forming a desirable country retreat.
    For particulars of title apply to Messrs. Taylor, Buckland, and Oates, solicitors, 111 William-street.19

Citations

  1. [S50] Miscellaneous Source, http://www.pillarsofanation.com.au/architects3.html
  2. [S1] Registry of Births Deaths and Marriages Pioneer Index Victoria 1836-1888.
  3. [S11] Newspaper - Argus 30 Jun 1860, p4.
  4. [S81] Land Records, Parish Maps & Council Rate Books. ; PROV (Public Records Office Victoria), VPRS 5357/P0000/3647
    1883/49. ARTHUR EBDEN JOHNSON. PAKENHAM 175. 18--1--27. 1877 - 1890.
  5. [S185] Property Titles. ; PROV (Public Records Office Victoria), C/T 2215-945 - Arthur Ebden Johnson of Melbourne Architect.
  6. [S2] Registry of Births Deaths and Marriages Federation Index Victoria 1889-1901.
  7. [S185] Property Titles. ; PROV (Public Records Office Victoria), C/T 1139-610 - Alfred Louis Smith and Arthur Ebden Johnson both of Market Buildings Flinders Lane Melbourne Architects - C/T 2343-505.
  8. [S185] Property Titles. ; PROV (Public Records Office Victoria), C/T 2215-945 - Alfred Louis Smith and Arthur Ebden Johnson both of Market Buildings Flinders Lane Melbourne Architects - C/T 2343-473 - Tenants in common.
  9. [S11] Newspaper - Argus 30 May 1895, p1.
  10. [S35] Probate Records, PROV (Public Records Office Victoria), http://prov.vic.gov.au/search_details
  11. [S185] Property Titles. ; PROV (Public Records Office Victoria), C/T 2343-473 - Memo No 17207. Charles Edward Gates of 101 William Street Melbourne Solicitor is registered - as to one undivided half part - as proprietor of the within described land as executor to whom probate of the will of Arthur Ebden Johnson who died on the 29th May 1895 was granted on the 11th July 1895.
  12. [S185] Property Titles. ; PROV (Public Records Office Victoria), C/T 2343-473 - Alfred Louis Smith of Market Buildings Flinders Lane Melbourne Architect - C/T 2638-403.
  13. [S185] Property Titles. ; PROV (Public Records Office Victoria), C/T 2343-505 - Memo 2421. Pursuant to the direction of the Commissionor of Titles in this behalf given under the 229th Section of the Transfer of Land Act 1890,the within named Alfred Louis Smith is registered sole proprietor of the within land.
  14. [S35] Probate Records, PROV (Public Records Office Victoria), http://prov.vic.gov.au/search_details
  15. [S50] Miscellaneous Source, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Smith_%26_Johnson
  16. [S50] Miscellaneous Source, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Smith_%26_Johnson
    References
    External links

    "Esplanade Hotel". skhs.org.au.
    "Sir John Soane's Museum Foundation". soanefoundation.com.
    "Presidents of Victorian Chapter - Australian Institute of Architects". architecture.com.au.
    "Victorian Heritage Database". vhd.heritage.vic.gov.au.
    "Science and the making of Victoria, Alphabetical List of Members 1854-1872". austehc.unimelb.edu.au.
    "Australian Architectural Index". mileslewis.net.
    Google map of buildings by Smith and Johnson.
  17. [S48] Index of burials in the cemetery of St Kilda,.
  18. [S11] Newspaper - Argus 1 Jun 1878, p10.
  19. [S11] Newspaper - Argus 3 Dec 1895, p2.
Last Edited27 Apr 2016
 

NOTE

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