Matches 3,601 to 3,612 of 3,612
|3601||Woolstapler, Own Account working at home, 3 in household. RG13 3836 8 8 45||Ball James (I463)
|3602||Worked as a barmaid in a hotel aroud the rocks - was involved in a baroom scuffle and wounded in a shootout.||Elms Eliza Ann (I29)
|3603||Worked as a labourer in Red Bank. Transcription of Death Certificate: Name: George Stuart Date of Death: 26/9/1936 Place: "Cossington" Hannah's Bridge, Coolah Shire, NSW Occupation: Labourer, Old Age Pensioner Sex: Male Age: 87 Conjugal Status: N/A Place of Birth: Sydney, NSW Time in Aust Colonies: N/A Father: George Stuart Occupation: Sailor Mother: Not Stated Place of Marriage: Not Stated Age at Marriage: Not Stated Name of Spouse: Sarah Mazick (should be Magick) Children of Marriage: George H 59, Mary E 51, Bridget A, Grace C, Living; 3 Males, 2 Females Deceased Informant: G H Stuart (Altered from S H Stuart), Son, 50 Cecily Street Leichhardt Sydney NSW Cause of Death: Auricular Fibrillation, Chronic Myocarditis, Senility Length of Illness: Inquest dispensed with - J Yule, Coroner, 26/9/1936 Medical Attendant: N/A Date Last Seen: N/A Date of Burial: 28/9/1936 Place of Burial: Church of England Cemetery Coolah NSW Minister & Religion: Robert Douglas, Church of England Undertaker: A E Regan Witnesses: J A Scheimer, G J Bayly Cremation Date: N/A Cremation Place: N/A Cremation Informant: N/A Cremation Religion: N/A Cremation Witnesses: N/A Registered: 28/9/1936 Coolah NSW Notes: Spouse is clearly recorded as "Sarah Mazick" in this register||Stuart George (I2322)
|3604||Worked for the Vickery family who built the home which is now the War Memorial Hospital in Waverley||Wormald Cuthbert Burnett George (I383)
|3605||Worsted spinner||Midgley Samuel (I5618)
|3606||Wounded in action Dardanelles. Gunshot wound of head||Gowans William James (I402)
Rosanna of Rosemary house / by Irene Headlam
Description[Cressy, Tas.] : I. Headlam, 1961.
22 p. : ill., ports., 1 map ; 23 cm.
CollectionMarcie Muir collection of Australian children's books
"The Autobiography of a Doll who lived in an old Doll's House, built in the year 1847"-p. 7.
SubjectsDolls - Tasmania. | Dollhouses - Tasmania.
In collection: Muir, Marcie. Marcie Muir collection of Australian children's books
|Reed Irene Leila (I7058)
|3608||x||Tooze Emily Elizabeth (I361)
|3609||x||Woodhead Edith M (I862)
|3610||x||Faunt Kenneth (I3287)
|3611||x||Dunphy Mary C (I4243)
|3612||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||Living (I8843)