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1841 Census England & Wales

England and Wales Census, 1841
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The cited information was sourced from Census <https://www.familysearch.org/search/collection/1493745> The author/originator was LDS. This citation is considered to be secondary evidence, data officially recorded sometime after event.
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1851 Census England & Wales

England and Wales Census, 1851
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The cited information was sourced from Census <https://www.familysearch.org/search/collection/2563939> The author/originator was LDS. This citation is considered to be secondary evidence, data officially recorded sometime after event.
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1861 Census England & Wales

England and Wales Census, 1861
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The cited information was sourced from Census <https://www.familysearch.org/search/collection/1493747> The author/originator was LDS. This citation is considered to be secondary evidence, data officially recorded sometime after event.
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1871 Census England & Wales

England and Wales Census, 1871
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The cited information was sourced from Census <https://www.familysearch.org/search/collection/1538354> The author/originator was LDS. This citation is considered to be secondary evidence, data officially recorded sometime after event.
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1881 Census England & Wales

England and Wales Census, 1881
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The cited information was sourced from Census published on April 3rd, 1881 <https://www.familysearch.org/search/collection/1321821> The author/originator was LDS. This citation is considered to be evidence of questionable reliability (interviews, census, oral genealogies, or potential for bias for example, an autobiography).
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1891 Census England & Wales

England and Wales census, 1891
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The cited information was sourced from Census published on April 5th, 1891 <https://www.familysearch.org/search/collection/1865747> The author/originator was LDS. This citation is considered to be secondary evidence, data officially recorded sometime after event.
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1901 Census England & Wales

England and Wales census, 1901
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The cited information was sourced from Census published on March 31st, 1901 <https://www.familysearch.org/search/collection/1888129> The author/originator was LDS. This citation is considered to be evidence of questionable reliability (interviews, census, oral genealogies, or potential for bias for example, an autobiography).
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1901CensusOnline.com

All 1841 - 1911 census returns
The cited information was sourced from Census published on March 31st, 1901 <http://www.1901censusonline.com/census.asp?> This citation is considered to be evidence of questionable reliability (interviews, census, oral genealogies, or potential for bias for example, an autobiography).
Online census database. Can deduce households. Also vessels, institutions and place searches available. 


1911 Census England & Wales

England and Wales Census, 1911
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The cited information was sourced from Census published on April 2nd, 1911 <https://www.familysearch.org/search/collection/1921547> The author/originator was LDS. This citation is considered to be evidence of questionable reliability (interviews, census, oral genealogies, or potential for bias for example, an autobiography).
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1911Census.co.uk

The cited information was sourced from Census <http://www.1911census.co.uk> This citation is considered to be secondary evidence, data officially recorded sometime after event.


A4 rough workings

The cited information was sourced from Other This citation is considered to be unreliable evidence or estimated data.


ACI - Benjamin Park

Headstone inscription for Benjamin Park
The cited information was sourced from Website / URL <http://austcemindex.com/inscription.php?id=8525797> This citation is considered to be direct and primary evidence used, or by dominance of the evidence.


ACI - Henry & Eliza Kemp

Henry Alfred Kemp and Eliza Jane Jeal
The cited information was sourced from Website / URL <http://austcemindex.com/inscription.php?id=5350364> This citation is considered to be direct and primary evidence used, or by dominance of the evidence.


ACI - Nellie Ethel Park

Taken at the Charleville Cemetery, Charleville, Queensland, Australia and sourced from ACI - Nellie Ethel Park.
Headstone inscription for Nellie
The cited information was sourced from Website / URL <http://austcemindex.com/inscription.php?id=8525798> This citation is considered to be direct and primary evidence used, or by dominance of the evidence.


Assisted Immigrants Index 1839-1896

The cited information was sourced from Website / URL <https://www.records.nsw.gov.au/archives/collections-and-research/guides-and-indexes/node/1341/browse> This citation is considered to be secondary evidence, data officially recorded sometime after event.


Assisted immigrants inwards to Sydney, 1828-1890

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The cited information was sourced from Fiche / Microfiche / Microfilm / Film published by LDS <https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/314910?availability=Family%20History%20Library> The author/originator was New South Wales. Department of Immigration. This citation is considered to be direct and primary evidence used, or by dominance of the evidence.
114 microfilm reels. 


Australian Cemeteries Index

Lists of headstone inscriptions that have been recorded in 6000 Australian cemeteries.
The cited information was sourced from Website / URL <http://austcemindex.com/> This citation is considered to be direct and primary evidence used, or by dominance of the evidence.


Baptism - Ellis John Barker

Baptism, confirmation and holy communion
The cited information was sourced from Document (hardcopy on paper, tax record) <\\Nasc68dc7\genealogy\Sources\Birth-Death-Marriage\baptismellisjohnbarker.jpg> This citation is considered to be direct and primary evidence used, or by dominance of the evidence.
2 cards. 


Baptism - Henry Stone

England, Surrey Parish Registers, 1536-1992
The cited information was sourced from Fiche / Microfiche / Microfilm / Film <T:\Sources\Birth-Death-Marriage\baptismHenryStone.jpg> This citation is considered to be direct and primary evidence used, or by dominance of the evidence.
Entry taken from Parish Register. 


Baptism - Mary Frances Barker

The cited information was sourced from Document (hardcopy on paper, tax record) <\\Nasc68dc7\genealogy\Sources\Birth-Death-Marriage\baptismmaryfrancesbarker.jpg> This citation is considered to be direct and primary evidence used, or by dominance of the evidence.
Card announcing Mary's baptism. 


BDM records - NSW

New South Wales registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages, 1788->
The cited information was sourced from Website / URL <https://familyhistory.bdm.nsw.gov.au/lifelink/familyhistory/search?1> This citation is considered to be direct and primary evidence used, or by dominance of the evidence.


BDM records - QLD

free online historical index
The cited information was sourced from Website / URL <https://www.bdm.qld.gov.au/IndexSearch/BirIndexQry.m> This citation is considered to be secondary evidence, data officially recorded sometime after event.
Online source for births, deaths and marriages in QUEENSLAND, Australia.. 


Birth Cert.

The cited information was sourced from Certificate This citation is considered to be direct and primary evidence used, or by dominance of the evidence.


Birth Cert. - Alice Crisp

Registrar's District - Stepney;
Birth in the Lower District of Mile End Old Town in the county of Middlesex.
The cited information was sourced from Certificate <\\Nasc68dc7\genealogy\Sources\Birth-Death-Marriage\BCalicecrisp.jpg> This citation is considered to be direct and primary evidence used, or by dominance of the evidence.


Birth Cert. - Burnett Breusch

The cited information was sourced from Certificate published in Bundaberg, Queensland, Australia on June 16th, 1888 <\\Nasc68dc7\genealogy\Sources\Birth-Death-Marriage\BCburnettbreusch.jpg> (Ref: 5260 3078) This citation is considered to be direct and primary evidence used, or by dominance of the evidence.


Birth Cert. - Cecil Barker

The cited information was sourced from Certificate published on April 24th, 1924 <\\Nasc68dc7\genealogy\Sources\Birth-Death-Marriage\BCcecilbarker.jpg> (Ref: SR 30580) This citation is considered to be direct and primary evidence used, or by dominance of the evidence.


Birth Cert. - Ellis Thackaburrey Barker

The cited information was sourced from Certificate published on April 29th, 1890 <\\Nasc68dc7\genealogy\Sources\Birth-Death-Marriage\BCellisthackaburreybarker.jpg> (Ref: Book 20, page 41) This citation is considered to be direct and primary evidence used, or by dominance of the evidence.


Birth Cert. - Franz Hermann Staier

The cited information was sourced from Certificate <\\Nasc68dc7\genealogy\Sources\BCfranzhermannstaier.jpg> This citation is considered to be direct and primary evidence used, or by dominance of the evidence.


Birth Cert. - James Peter Breusch

The cited information was sourced from Certificate <\\Nasc68dc7\genealogy\Sources\Birth-Death-Marriage\BCjamespeterbreusch.jpg> This citation is considered to be direct and primary evidence used, or by dominance of the evidence.


Birth Cert. - Jens Peter Poulsen Breusch

The cited information was sourced from Certificate <\\Nasc68dc7\genealogy\Sources\Larsen\BCjenspeterpoulsenbreusch.jpg> This citation is considered to be direct and primary evidence used, or by dominance of the evidence.


Birth Cert. - John Thomas Stone

The cited information was sourced from Certificate <\\Nasc68dc7\genealogy\Sources\Birth-Death-Marriage\BCjohnthomasstone.jpg> This citation is considered to be direct and primary evidence used, or by dominance of the evidence.


Birth Cert. - Kenneth Louis Breusch

The cited information was sourced from Certificate published by General Registry Office, Brisbane in Bundaberg, Queensland, Australia on July 10th, 1924 <\\Nasc68dc7\genealogy\Sources\Birth-Death-Marriage\BCkennethlouisbreusch.jpg> (Ref: D 17587) This citation is considered to be direct and primary evidence used, or by dominance of the evidence.


Birth Cert. - Margaretha Dorothea Staier

The cited information was sourced from Certificate <\\Nasc68dc7\genealogy\Sources\Birth-Death-Marriage\BCmargarethadorotheastaier.jpg> This citation is considered to be direct and primary evidence used, or by dominance of the evidence.


Birth Cert. - Mary Frances Barker

The cited information was sourced from Certificate published on July 14th, 1936 <\\Nasc68dc7\genealogy\Sources\Birth-Death-Marriage\BCmaryfrancesbarker.jpg> This citation is considered to be direct and primary evidence used, or by dominance of the evidence.


Birth Cert. - Noela Kennett

The cited information was sourced from Certificate published by General Registry Office, Brisbane in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia on March 4th, 1947 <\\Nasc68dc7\genealogy\Sources\Birth-Death-Marriage\BCnoelakennett.jpg> (Ref: 93559) This citation is considered to be direct and primary evidence used, or by dominance of the evidence.


Birth Entry - Ada Lily Schneider

The cited information was sourced from Document (hardcopy on paper, tax record) published in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia on December 21st, 1962 <\\Nasc68dc7\genealogy\Sources\Birth-Death-Marriage\BCadalilyschneider.jpg> (Ref: CB.1449/90) The author/originator was QLD General Registry Office. This citation is considered to be direct and primary evidence used, or by dominance of the evidence.
Extract from the Births Registry. 


Birth Reg. - Ethel Alice Stone

Certificate of Registry of Birth
The cited information was sourced from Certificate published on July 26th, 1886 <\\Nasc68dc7\genealogy\Sources\Birth-Death-Marriage\BRethelalicestone.jpg> This citation is considered to be direct and primary evidence used, or by dominance of the evidence.


Birth Reg. - Herbert John Stone

Certificate of Registry of Birth
The cited information was sourced from Certificate published on August 9th, 1881 <\\Nasc68dc7\genealogy\Sources\Birth-Death-Marriage\BRherbertjohnstone.jpg> This citation is considered to be direct and primary evidence used, or by dominance of the evidence.


Birth Reg. - John George Stone

Certificate of Registry of Birth
The cited information was sourced from Certificate published on August 20th, 1894 <\\Nasc68dc7\genealogy\Sources\Birth-Death-Marriage\BRjohngeorgestone.jpg> This citation is considered to be direct and primary evidence used, or by dominance of the evidence.


Births & Christenings UK

England Births and Christenings, 1538-1975
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The cited information was sourced from Fiche / Microfiche / Microfilm / Film <https://www.familysearch.org/search/collection/1473014> The author/originator was LDS. This citation is considered to be direct and primary evidence used, or by dominance of the evidence.
Dates and places of births and christenings + parents names.. 


BT - Castle Camps

Bishops transcripts for Castle-Camps, 1600-1865
Diocese of Ely
The cited information was sourced from Fiche / Microfiche / Microfilm / Film published in 1996 <https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/780255> The author/originator was Church of England. Parish Church of Castle-Camps. This citation is considered to be direct and primary evidence used, or by dominance of the evidence.
Films #1818416 and 7. 


BT - Honiton

England, Devon, Honiton, bishop's transcripts, 1609-1812
The cited information was sourced from Fiche / Microfiche / Microfilm / Film published in 2008 <https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/1834042> The author/originator was Church of England. Parish Church of Honiton. This citation is considered to be direct and primary evidence used, or by dominance of the evidence.
3 rolls of film, 2 indexed.. 


BT - Shudy Camps

Bishop's transcripts for Shudycamps, 1599-1860
Diocese of Ely
The cited information was sourced from Fiche / Microfiche / Microfilm / Film published in 1996 <https://www.familysearch.org/search/film/007562713?cat=780363> The author/originator was Church of England. Parish Church of Shudycamps . This citation is considered to be direct and primary evidence used, or by dominance of the evidence.
Film # 1818418; 785 images. 


Burial Receipt - Alice Stone

The cited information was sourced from Document (hardcopy on paper, tax record) published on October 21st, 1929 <\\Nasc68dc7\genealogy\Sources\Birth-Death-Marriage\BurialReceiptAliceStone.jpg> (Ref: 87883) This citation is considered to be direct and primary evidence used, or by dominance of the evidence.
Payment receipt from Islington Cemetery for the burial of Alice Stone. 


Burial Receipt - Ellis Barker

The cited information was sourced from Document (hardcopy on paper, tax record) published on June 24th, 1936 <\\Nasc68dc7\genealogy\Sources\Birth-Death-Marriage\BurialReceiptEllisBarker.jpg> (Ref: 8700) This citation is considered to be direct and primary evidence used, or by dominance of the evidence.
Payment receipt from Islington Cemetery for the burial of Ellis Barker. 


Burial Receipt - Ethel Alice Stone

The cited information was sourced from Document (hardcopy on paper, tax record) published on July 18th, 1887 <\\Nasc68dc7\genealogy\Sources\Birth-Death-Marriage\BurialReceiptEthelAliceStone.jpg> (Ref: 18201) This citation is considered to be direct and primary evidence used, or by dominance of the evidence.
Payment receipt from Islington Cemetery for the burial of EA Stone. 


Burial Receipt - Herbert John Stone

The cited information was sourced from Document (hardcopy on paper, tax record) published on June 23rd, 1885 <\\Nasc68dc7\genealogy\Sources\Birth-Death-Marriage\BurialReceiptHerbertJohnStone.jpg> (Ref: 15742) This citation is considered to be direct and primary evidence used, or by dominance of the evidence.
Payment receipt from Islington Cemetery for the burial of HJ Stone. 


Burial Receipt - John George Stone

The cited information was sourced from Document (hardcopy on paper, tax record) published on July 3rd, 1913 <\\Nasc68dc7\genealogy\Sources\Birth-Death-Marriage\BurialReceiptJohnGeorgeStone.jpg> (Ref: 29394) This citation is considered to be direct and primary evidence used, or by dominance of the evidence.
Payment receipt from Islington Cemetery for the burial of JG Stone. 


Burial Receipt - John Thomas Stone

The cited information was sourced from Document (hardcopy on paper, tax record) published on December 12th, 1924 <\\Nasc68dc7\genealogy\Sources\Birth-Death-Marriage\BurialReceiptJohnThomasStone.jpg> (Ref: 69162) This citation is considered to be direct and primary evidence used, or by dominance of the evidence.
Payment receipt from Islington Cemetery for the burial of JT Stone. 


Census - 1841 JJ

Excerpt from 1841 census
Census taken in the parish of 'Plumstead', place 'Village'.
All persons born in the 'same county' i.e. London Middlesex.
The cited information was sourced from Census <T:\Sources\census1841_JamesJeal.jpg> This citation is considered to be evidence of questionable reliability (interviews, census, oral genealogies, or potential for bias for example, an autobiography).
Photocopy of original handwritten single page listing James Jeal and family. 


Census - 1841 jpe

Jan Pearson excerps
The cited information was sourced from Website / URL published on June 6th, 1841 <http://jannylou.tribalpages.com/tribe/browse?userid=jannylou&view=9&ver=450> This citation is considered to be evidence of questionable reliability (interviews, census, oral genealogies, or potential for bias for example, an autobiography).
Select records from the 1841 Census as supplied by Jan Pearson website. 


Census - 1851 jpe

Jan Pearson excerps
The cited information was sourced from Website / URL published on March 30th, 1851 <http://jannylou.tribalpages.com/tribe/browse?userid=jannylou&view=9&ver=450> This citation is considered to be evidence of questionable reliability (interviews, census, oral genealogies, or potential for bias for example, an autobiography).
Select records from the 1851 Census as supplied by Jan Pearson website. 


Census - 1861 jpe

Jan Pearson excerps
The cited information was sourced from Website / URL published on April 7th, 1861 <http://jannylou.tribalpages.com/tribe/browse?userid=jannylou&view=9&ver=450> This citation is considered to be evidence of questionable reliability (interviews, census, oral genealogies, or potential for bias for example, an autobiography).
Select records from the 1861 Census as supplied by Jan Pearson website. 


Census - 1871 jpe

Jan Pearson excerps
The cited information was sourced from Website / URL published on April 2nd, 1871 <http://jannylou.tribalpages.com/tribe/browse?userid=jannylou&view=9&ver=450> This citation is considered to be evidence of questionable reliability (interviews, census, oral genealogies, or potential for bias for example, an autobiography).
Select records from the 1871 Census as supplied by Jan Pearson website. 


Census - 1881 jpe

Jan Pearson excerps
The cited information was sourced from Website / URL published on April 3rd, 1881 <http://jannylou.tribalpages.com/tribe/browse?userid=jannylou&view=9&ver=450> This citation is considered to be evidence of questionable reliability (interviews, census, oral genealogies, or potential for bias for example, an autobiography).
Select records from the 1881 Census as supplied by Jan Pearson website. 


Census - 1891 jpe

Jan Pearson excerps
The cited information was sourced from Website / URL published in 1891 <http://jannylou.tribalpages.com/tribe/browse?userid=jannylou&view=9&ver=450> This citation is considered to be evidence of questionable reliability (interviews, census, oral genealogies, or potential for bias for example, an autobiography).
Select records from the 1891 Census as supplied by Jan Pearson website. 


Census - 1901 jpe

Jan Pearson excerps
The cited information was sourced from Website / URL published in 1901 <http://jannylou.tribalpages.com/tribe/browse?userid=jannylou&view=9&ver=450> This citation is considered to be evidence of questionable reliability (interviews, census, oral genealogies, or potential for bias for example, an autobiography).
Select records from the 1901 Census as supplied by Jan Pearson website. 


Census - Sønderby 1870

Taken in 1870 in Sønderby, Selsø Sogn, Denmark.
The cited information was sourced from Census published on February 1st, 1870 This citation is considered to be evidence of questionable reliability (interviews, census, oral genealogies, or potential for bias for example, an autobiography).


CHFS

Cambridgeshire Family History Society
The cited information was sourced from Website / URL published in 1976 <https://www.cfhs.org.uk/index.cfm> This citation is considered to be secondary evidence, data officially recorded sometime after event.


Child Care and Protection index 1817-1942

The cited information was sourced from Website / URL <https://www.records.nsw.gov.au/archives/collections-and-research/guides-and-indexes/node/1316/browse> This citation is considered to be secondary evidence, data officially recorded sometime after event.


Church Records

Baptisms, Marriages, Burials
The cited information was sourced from Manuscript This citation is considered to be direct and primary evidence used, or by dominance of the evidence.


CR - Bumpstead Helion

Alphabetical list of BDM's 1558-1900 in Bumpstead Helion
The cited information was sourced from Book published in 2004 <http://www.familysearch.org/library/books/records/item/153323-bumpstead-helions-essex-england-transcription-of-all-births-marriages-and-deaths-1558-1900-arranged-alphabetically-by-surname?viewer=1&offset=0> The author/originator was Church of England. Parish Church of Bumpstead-Helion (Essex). This citation is considered to be evidence of questionable reliability (interviews, census, oral genealogies, or potential for bias for example, an autobiography).
Compiled by an independant author, NOT to be relied on.. 


Death Cert. - August Beier

The cited information was sourced from Certificate <\\Nasc68dc7\genealogy\Sources\Birth-Death-Marriage\DCaugustbeier.jpg> This citation is considered to be direct and primary evidence used, or by dominance of the evidence.


Death Cert. - Carl Friedrich Staier

The cited information was sourced from Certificate <\\Nasc68dc7\genealogy\Sources\Birth-Death-Marriage\DCcarlfriedrichstaier.jpg> This citation is considered to be direct and primary evidence used, or by dominance of the evidence.


Death Cert. - Conrad Staier

The cited information was sourced from Certificate <\\Nasc68dc7\genealogy\Sources\Birth-Death-Marriage\DCconradstaier.jpg> This citation is considered to be direct and primary evidence used, or by dominance of the evidence.


Death Cert. - Dorethea Staier

The cited information was sourced from Certificate <\\Nasc68dc7\genealogy\Sources\Birth-Death-Marriage\DCdoretheastaier.jpg> This citation is considered to be direct and primary evidence used, or by dominance of the evidence.


Death Cert. - Ellis Barker

The cited information was sourced from Certificate published on June 25th, 1936 <\\Nasc68dc7\genealogy\Sources\Birth-Death-Marriage\DCellisbarker.jpg> (Ref: Entry 387) This citation is considered to be direct and primary evidence used, or by dominance of the evidence.


Death Cert. - Ernestine Beier

The cited information was sourced from Certificate <\\Nasc68dc7\genealogy\Sources\Birth-Death-Marriage\DCernestinestaier.jpg> This citation is considered to be direct and primary evidence used, or by dominance of the evidence.


Death Cert. - Johanna Carolina Beier

The cited information was sourced from Certificate <\\Nasc68dc7\genealogy\Sources\Birth-Death-Marriage\DCjohannacarolinabeier.jpg> This citation is considered to be direct and primary evidence used, or by dominance of the evidence.


Death Cert. - Kenneth Louis Breusch

The cited information was sourced from Certificate <\\Nasc68dc7\genealogy\Sources\Birth-Death-Marriage\DCkennethlouisbreusch.jpg> (Ref: A 98752) This citation is considered to be direct and primary evidence used, or by dominance of the evidence.


Death Reg Index UK

England and Wales Death Registration Index, 1837-2007
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The cited information was sourced from Fiche / Microfiche / Microfilm / Film <https://www.familysearch.org/search/collection/2285341> The author/originator was LDS. This citation is considered to be direct and primary evidence used, or by dominance of the evidence.
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Discharge Papers - Cecil Barker

The cited information was sourced from Document (hardcopy on paper, tax record) published on July 5th, 1919 <\\Nasc68dc7\genealogy\Sources\dischargecertcecilbarker.jpg> This citation is considered to be direct and primary evidence used, or by dominance of the evidence.
2 certificates, Demob and 28 day furlong. 


Education Cert. - Kenneth Breusch

Diploma in Life Assurance
The cited information was sourced from Certificate <\\Nasc68dc7\genealogy\Sources\ECkennethbreusch.jpg> This citation is considered to be direct and primary evidence used, or by dominance of the evidence.


England and Wales Births

England and Wales Birth Registration Index, 1837-2008
The cited information was sourced from Fiche / Microfiche / Microfilm / Film <https://www.familysearch.org/search/collection/2285338> The author/originator was LDS. This citation is considered to be secondary evidence, data officially recorded sometime after event.
The LDS genealogy website. 


England Births and Christenings, 1538-1975

England Births and Christenings, 1538-1975
The cited information was sourced from Website / URL <https://www.familysearch.org/search/collection/1473014> The author/originator was LDS. This citation is considered to be secondary evidence, data officially recorded sometime after event.
The LDS genealogy website. 


England Marriages, 1538–1973

The cited information was sourced from Website / URL <https://www.familysearch.org/search/collection/1473015> The author/originator was LDS. This citation is considered to be secondary evidence, data officially recorded sometime after event.
The LDS genealogy website. 


Family recollections

POOR RESOURCE!
The cited information was sourced from Individual This citation is considered to be unreliable evidence or estimated data.
Uncorroberated family recollections of events. 


Family Recollections - Tony Smith

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22 Dec - "hi my name is tony. my grandfather was jens poulson breusch of apple tree creek. my mother was dorothy breusch.only to happy to give youfamily details also have photos. tony"
24 Dec - "hi tony here.to start jens had his own wheelwright buisness in childers.which he ranfor many years .he married annie maude troewho already had children.you are correct with most names but iwill go through them .stanley polsen .dorothy elga and twins david james  and ellanor annie not nellie.dorothy elga was ateacher and tought at apple tree creek state schoolplus other schools in qld.if you wish me toelaborate please ask. david james did a building course with vince honan in childers ,he became a builder and later had his own cabinet making buisness.he lived in the family house at apple tree creek. and never married. ellanor had a shop at apple tree creek for many years.she did not marry.she also lived in the family house at th creek.stanley married jean thompson and lived in childers.my mother married alex smith(a descendant of one of the first free settlers inqld.)and we lived for 5 years in mary borough qld then moved to camp hill in brisbane qld.stanley has 3 children trevor who is professor of economics at university of canberra . christine and heather. if you require any more information please ring or email          if you print in google jens breusch apple tree creek cemetry it will bring up a picture of the grave. tony"
26 Dec - "hi tony again .have some more information. mum told me annie maude breusch  was born on her way to australia.she was born close to australia.the sailing ship was the ; tim wifler ;cannot be sure of spelling.to get things right she marriedchap surname troeand i dont know how many children.he died then she marriedjens breusch. the only 2 troes i know was uncle ted(joseph edward) and aunty alice(both deceased).they alllived in the in the family house with dave and nell at apple  tree creek.dorothy married alex smith had son tony me and daughter dorelle faye.myself married vickie montague have 3 children and4 grandchildren  .           tony."
4 Jan - "auntie nells name was ellanor annie. she was always called auntie nell. when you drove through apple tree creek to bundaberg her shop was on the right hand side. it is gone now. my uncle dave had a big workshop near the house at the creek. their house, youtake the first left after the hotel drive right to the end ,turn left and the first driveway on the right. as the house was sold many years ago the new owners have changed it quite a bit. now the next thing are you interested in photos the problem is i am not very good on the computer. i have a lot of photos and slides .one photo  of jens on a horse and sulkey ready to go to childers with all the young  children. i think my mum was about 6.       tony
hi tony again. pity we cant get a bigger copyof family tree on ulla p breusch page? stanley breusch  had 3 children trevor(professor of economics at anu canberra, christine, heather., nell and dave did not marry.  on jens page you talk about rosalie breusch i have never heard anyone mention her. we will have to work out how to get photos etc to you . some i will have to photocopy others we will get copies  if you are interested . some of my emails show that they r not going sorry if i double up on messages. i have 3 children , michael steven,, jocelyne. and 4 grand children.   tony   p.s. i hope this information helps you with the family tree."
5 Jan - "hi tony again. iam about rto throw a spanner in the works. auntie nell use to talk about visiting an aunt jessie in bundaberg also she told me that baxters(who owned a drapery shop in bundaberg)were relatives. she has also left a photo of her aunt jessieshouse .does any of this make any sense to you or your wife.   tony. when iasked her about she said something about jens cousin but i cant be sure.
hi tony thanks for you replies. ithoughtyou may have heardof aunt jessie.sorry ihave not got any more information. all i have is photo of house.in bundaberg.   i am looking through alot of photos  from auntie nell and some of them jog my memory .then i get on the email to you.christine breusch married brian turnbull they had  justine and scottand now live in gympie. trevor breusch married but his wife passed away no children .heather breusch married had 3 children then was divoiced .  a bit more for you. tony "
The cited information was sourced from Electronic Document (email, file) This citation is considered to be unreliable evidence or estimated data.
A collection of emails received from Tony dated (22, 24, and 26/12/2012). 


Family Record - Adelbert Percival Cecil Breusch

4 Danish Brothers
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Hand drawn family tree showing the Poulsen Breusch and APC Breusch lines. 


Family Record - Cynthia Noela Breusch

From: Cynthia Breusch
Date: 2009/11/5
Subject: family history
To: Heidi Kapper

Hello Heidi & Nial

Thanks for making the alterations I requested regarding the Family Tree info.  However while I see my date of birth has been removed it's remains in 'Other Attributes' via 'Personal Timeline' & 'Individual Additional Information'.  I'm sure this is an oversight but could you delete it please.  I don't want my DOB to appear anywhere (the year is fine).

On Mum's page, her year of death has been corrected but Death Notes say 'KLB research shows date as 1989 yet both Rose & Cynthia state it to be 1988'.  I don't know what the 'KLB research' is but it's just wrong so 'Death Notes' perpetuates an error.  More disturbingly it gives an impression there is some doubt or dispute about the year which there isn't, nor has there ever been.  If there is any error on any paper it would be a typo or in some other way unintentional.  We know when Mum died because we were present as a family when her death took place. The death certificate will verify it but our living memory as a family is correct.  While I'm positive it's not intentional, it's very distressing to have the year wrongly attributed at all.   Could you please delete the Death Notes.

I can contribute the following info:

Ken Breusch -  Bachelor of Arts (majoring in Economics) from the University of Qld. He also had a Diploma in Insurance Law.

Noela Kennett:
Mum was educated at Somerville House, Brisbane.
Her occupation is stated as pianist and artist.  While an accomplished pianist in earlier years it was not an occupation.
Mum's occupation was hairdresser, and later artist.
After training & working as a hairdresser she opened her own salon, the Clayfield Beauty Salon, which she owned and operated in 1944 & 1945 in Clayfield, Brisbane.
She studied art under Melville Haysom and David Fowler in Brisbane, and later Nancy Curtis of the Royal Art Society, Broadbeach, Gold Coast & exhibited through the Queensland Room of MacDonald & East, the Redcliffe Art Society and numerous private galleries.

Arthur Hargreaves was a music teacher and between WWI & WWII owned a musical instrument repair business behind City Hall in Ann St, Brisbane.  (He was also known as a popular mechanics & science fiction enthusiast.)
While his wife's name is not known (she was only ever referred to as 'Nan' by Mum & Dad so unfortunately we don't know her name)
we know she was a dressmaker/seamstress & was skilled at buying & selling property. She lived on the beachfront at Scarborough Qld until selling during WWII.   She died when Mum was 13.   [She was much beloved by Mum]

Poppoea Corralea Hargreaves :  Corralie should be spelt Corralea.   She was born in April 1903 & died in July 1963.
Her occupation was pianist for silent movies & the Lux Theatre Plays, in Brisbane.
Poppoea was not an only child - she had 2 brothers. They are :-
Les (probably short for Lesley), born in 1897.  He was a businessman & tobacco agent in Melbourne.
Vivien ('Viv') was born in 1900.  He was a wool classer. Later he worked in his father Arthur Hargreaves' musical instrument repair business in Ann St, Brisbane, in the early 1940's. (He also played the cello & double bass, and was an inventor.)

The above info was known to us or comes from written notes I made while Mum & Dad recounted family history one Sunday lunch in 1988.

cheers for now,
Cynthia
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eMail with Cynthia's recollection of events. 


Family Record - Doris Joan Barker

The cited information was sourced from Interview published about 2002 <\\Nasc68dc7\genealogy\Sources\FRdorisjoanbarker.wbk> This citation is considered to be evidence of questionable reliability (interviews, census, oral genealogies, or potential for bias for example, an autobiography).
Initially just facts jotted down by me after a discussion with AJ circa 2002 in Dublin. 


Family Record - Johanne Breusch

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1st Breusch in Denmark
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2 page letter detailing Johannes's research into the first Breusch famil in Denmark circa 1760. 


Family Record - Kenneth Louis Breusch

The cited information was sourced from Letter / Card <\\Nasc68dc7\genealogy\Sources\FRkennethlouisbreusch.jpg> This citation is considered to be evidence of questionable reliability (interviews, census, oral genealogies, or potential for bias for example, an autobiography).
Written by KLB, a short history of his childhood and family.. 


Family Record - Staier family bible

The cited information was sourced from Book <\\Nasc68dc7\genealogy\Sources\FRstaierfamilybible.jpg> This citation is considered to be direct and primary evidence used, or by dominance of the evidence.
3 pages showing 8 family member birth details. 


Family Record - Staier family bible II

The cited information was sourced from Letter / Card <\\Nasc68dc7\genealogy\Sources\FRstaierfamilybibleII.jpg> This citation is considered to be evidence of questionable reliability (interviews, census, oral genealogies, or potential for bias for example, an autobiography).
4 pages showing all christenings and godparents of all children. 


Family Record - Sylvia Mons Marie Breusch

Taken on January 4th, 1932.
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Taken on January 4th, 1932.
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Facts told to Sylvia by her 82 year old grandfather in 1932. 


Family Record - Ulla P Breusch

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The cited information was sourced from Letter / Card <\\Nasc68dc7\genealogy\Sources\Larsen\FRullaplarsen1.jpg>
Family tree + 4 pages of family history. 


Family Record - Winston Glenn Ussher

The cited information was sourced from Electronic Document (email, file) This citation is considered to be evidence of questionable reliability (interviews, census, oral genealogies, or potential for bias for example, an autobiography).
Collection of emails. 


Family Records - Crisp

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2 pages of Crisp family births and deaths, dates and places. 


Family Records - KLB genealogy research

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15 pages of detailed workings, showing Breusch, Beier, Staier, Schwarz, Wittig ascendants. 


Family Register - Johann Konrad Staier

The cited information was sourced from Certificate <\\Nasc68dc7\genealogy\Sources\FRjohannkonradstaier.jpg> This citation is considered to be direct and primary evidence used, or by dominance of the evidence.
Extract from the German authority's 'Familien Register' of Besigheim. 


Family Research - Allan Odell

The Voyage Of The Immigrant Ship HUMBOLT
The cited information was sourced from Manuscript edited by Allan Odell <\\Nasc68dc7\genealogy\Sources\FRallanodell.tif> This citation is considered to be evidence of questionable reliability (interviews, census, oral genealogies, or potential for bias for example, an autobiography).
14 page typed Word .doc narrating the immigrant arrival of both KMR and LJB. 


Family Research - Anne-Marie Jørgensen

The cited information was sourced from Electronic Document (email, file) edited by Anne-Marie Jørgensen <\\Nasc68dc7\genealogy\Sources\FRannemariejørgensen.docx> This citation is considered to be evidence of questionable reliability (interviews, census, oral genealogies, or potential for bias for example, an autobiography).
1 page narrative with a few dates and places. 


Family Research - Caroline Hamilton

August Heinrich Traugott Beier Family (parents, wife, children)
The cited information was sourced from Electronic Document (email, file) edited by Caroline Hamilton <\\Nasc68dc7\genealogy\Sources\FRCarolineHamilton.docx> This citation is considered to be evidence of questionable reliability (interviews, census, oral genealogies, or potential for bias for example, an autobiography).
3 page Word .doc summarising Carolines research into the Beier family. 


Family Research - Fran White

From: Frances White
Sent: Monday, February 28, 2011 1:19 PM
Subject: family history

Hello Nial,

I would like to introduce myself. My name is Frances Royal White and i live in NSW. I was born at Sydney on 20th August, 1940. My parents were Allan James Breusch and Edna Maud Nelson. They never married and parted when i was about 3 years old and i had contact with my father until 1955.

Allan was the son of Herbert Jensen and Franciska Breusch [nee Holz ].He had a sister Isabel who married John Kearney and they had a daughter Royal Mercia.

I know very little of my grandparents and would dearly love to see a photo of them.

A friend of mine did some research on the Breusch family and came across your family tree and because of you i was able to see what my greatgrandparents looked like and i was so thrilled.

I had contact with Royal [through another cousin Reg Breusch ] and she told him she wanted no contact with me and when asked stated she had no photos of our grandparents, which i can not believe.

In August last year i went to Queensland and was able to visit the graves of Ludwig and Karen and other Breusch family members at Bundaberg and Appletree Creek cemeteries.I felt more connected after this.

I have only become interested in family history in the last few years as i want my grandchildren to know more of their family than i did.

Well Nial i hope i haven't bored you but i would like to thank you for all your hard work in compiling your family tree and for sharing it.

yours sincerely,

Fran White.
{fran.white@hotmail.com}
The cited information was sourced from Electronic Document (email, file) edited by Fran White This citation is considered to be evidence of questionable reliability (interviews, census, oral genealogies, or potential for bias for example, an autobiography).
short email introduction. 


Family Research - Leif Gregersen

The cited information was sourced from Electronic Document (email, file) edited by Leif Gregersen <\\Nasc68dc7\genealogy\Sources\FRleifgregersen.jpg> This citation is considered to be evidence of questionable reliability (interviews, census, oral genealogies, or potential for bias for example, an autobiography).
1 page, hand drawn genealogy tree. 


Family Research - Mike Barker

The cited information was sourced from Electronic Document (email, file) This citation is considered to be evidence of questionable reliability (interviews, census, oral genealogies, or potential for bias for example, an autobiography).
Various eMails and snippets of info from Mike. 


Family Research - Nicolette Cleary

The cited information was sourced from Electronic Document (email, file) This citation is considered to be unreliable evidence or estimated data.


FamilySearch Catelog

The cited information was sourced from Website / URL The author/originator was LDS. This citation is considered to be secondary evidence, data officially recorded sometime after event.
The LDS genealogy website. 


FreeBDM

UK Births, Deaths & Marriages
Every birth, adoption, marriage, civil partnership or death registered in England or Wales (1837-1992) has a General Register Office (GRO) index reference number. It usually consists of the year, volume number, page number and district in which the event was registered.
The cited information was sourced from Website / URL published by Free UK Genealogy <https://www.freebmd.org.uk> This citation is considered to be secondary evidence, data officially recorded sometime after event.
Search for the GRO Index. 


FreeREG

UK Parish Registers
The cited information was sourced from Website / URL published by Free UK Genealogy <https://www.freereg.org.uk> This citation is considered to be secondary evidence, data officially recorded sometime after event.


Funeral Arrangements - Alice Stone

The cited information was sourced from Document (hardcopy on paper, tax record) published on October 21st, 1929 <\\Nasc68dc7\genealogy\Sources\Birth-Death-Marriage\FuneralArrangementsAliceStone.jpg> The author/originator was W Nodes Ltd.. This citation is considered to be direct and primary evidence used, or by dominance of the evidence.
Copy of the arrangements for the funeral of Alice Stone. 


Funeral Arrangements - John Thomas Stone

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Copy of the arrangements for the funeral of JT Stone. 


Funeral Notice - Josef Liertz

The cited information was sourced from Document (hardcopy on paper, tax record) <\\Nasc68dc7\genealogy\Sources\FNjosefliertz.jpg> This citation is considered to be direct and primary evidence used, or by dominance of the evidence.
In Memorandum pamphlet handed out at the service. 


Funeral Receipt - 2 day old Barker

The cited information was sourced from Document (hardcopy on paper, tax record) published on March 7th, 1922 <\\Nasc68dc7\genealogy\Sources\Birth-Death-Marriage\FuneralReceiptBarker.jpg> This citation is considered to be direct and primary evidence used, or by dominance of the evidence.
Receipt for the funeral arrangements of a 2 day old Barker child. 


Funeral Receipt - Alice Stone

The cited information was sourced from Document (hardcopy on paper, tax record) published on October 23rd, 1929 <\\Nasc68dc7\genealogy\Sources\Birth-Death-Marriage\FuneralReceiptAliceStone.jpg> The author/originator was W Nodes Ltd.. This citation is considered to be direct and primary evidence used, or by dominance of the evidence.
Receipt for the funeral arrangements of Alice Stone. 


Funeral Receipt - John Thomas Stone

The cited information was sourced from Document (hardcopy on paper, tax record) published on October 16th, 1924 <\\Nasc68dc7\genealogy\Sources\Birth-Death-Marriage\FuneralReceiptJohnThomasStone.jpg> (Ref: 8571) The author/originator was W Nodes Ltd.. This citation is considered to be direct and primary evidence used, or by dominance of the evidence.
Receipt for the funeral arrangements of John Thomas Stone. 


Grave Deed - Ellis Barker

Title Deed to the family grave in St Mary, Islington Burial Ground, Finchley
The cited information was sourced from Deed published on May 9th, 1892 <\\Nasc68dc7\genealogy\Sources\Birth-Death-Marriage\GraveDeedsEllisBarker.jpg> (Ref: 5554) This citation is considered to be direct and primary evidence used, or by dominance of the evidence.
Deed lists 5 persons buried with names, dates and depth buried. 


Grave Deed - Ellis Barker Sarah Berry

Title Deed to a grave in Borough of Islington Burial Ground, Finchley
The cited information was sourced from Deed published on November 21st, 1924 <\\Nasc68dc7\genealogy\Sources\Birth-Death-Marriage\GraveDeedsEllisBarkerSB.jpg> (Ref: 14096) This citation is considered to be direct and primary evidence used, or by dominance of the evidence.
Deed lists 1 persons buried with name, date and depth buried. 


Grave Deed - James Lewis Crisp

Title Deed to the family grave in St Pancras Cemetery, Finchley
The cited information was sourced from Deed published on October 13th, 1883 <\\Nasc68dc7\genealogy\Sources\Birth-Death-Marriage\GraveDeedsJamesLewisCrisp.jpg> (Ref: 2972) This citation is considered to be direct and primary evidence used, or by dominance of the evidence.
Deed lists 4 persons buried here. 


Grave Monument - John Thomas Stone

The epitaph reads: "Sacred to the memory of Herbert John Stone, aged 4 yrs, died 20th June 1885; Ethel Alice Stone, aged 1yr, died 14th July 1885"
The cited information was sourced from Tombstone / Gravestone <\\Nasc68dc7\genealogy\Sources\Birth-Death-Marriage\GraveMonumentJohnThomasStone.jpg> This citation is considered to be unreliable evidence or estimated data.
Epitaph on Family grave. 


Grave Plot - Cecil Barker

The cited information was sourced from Letter / Card <\\Nasc68dc7\genealogy\Sources\cemeteryinfocecilbarker.jpg>
Plot section and number for Barker grave in New Southgate Cemetery. 


Gravestone - Annie Maud Breusch

Taken in Apple Tree Creek, Queensland, Australia.
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The cited information was sourced from Tombstone / Gravestone This citation is considered to be secondary evidence, data officially recorded sometime after event.
Photograph of grave site showing 4 epitaphs. 


GRO index

General Register Office
The cited information was sourced from Website / URL <https://www.gro.gov.uk/> The author/originator was UK government. This citation is considered to be direct and primary evidence used, or by dominance of the evidence.
Government records of all births, deaths and marriages. 


International Genealogical Index®

Genealogical Society of Utah
Read https://www.familysearch.org/wiki/en/Life_After_the_IGI for tips on 'How to get the best out of the IGI'.
The cited information was sourced from Website / URL <https://www.familysearch.org/search/collection/igi> The author/originator was Church of the Later Day Saints. This citation is considered to be secondary evidence, data officially recorded sometime after event.
The original LDS online index. 


Jan Pearson

Parish Chest
The cited information was sourced from Website / URL published on May 13th, 2006 <http://jannylou.tribalpages.com/tribe/browse?userid=jannylou&view=9&ver=450> This citation is considered to be evidence of questionable reliability (interviews, census, oral genealogies, or potential for bias for example, an autobiography).
Extensive (11000+ persons) personal website from Jan Pearson. 


Jan Pearson

Parish Chest
The cited information was sourced from Website / URL published on May 13th, 2006 <http://jannylou.tribalpages.com/tribe/browse?userid=jannylou&view=9&ver=450> This citation is considered to be evidence of questionable reliability (interviews, census, oral genealogies, or potential for bias for example, an autobiography).
Extensive (11000+ persons) personal website from Jan Pearson. 


Letter - Annie L Staier

The cited information was sourced from Letter / Card <\\Nasc68dc7\genealogy\Sources\FRannielstaierletter.jpg> This citation is considered to be evidence of questionable reliability (interviews, census, oral genealogies, or potential for bias for example, an autobiography).
Letter written to siblings after the death of Annie L Staier, 4 Feb 1953. 


Letter - Josef Liertz

The cited information was sourced from Letter / Card published in München, Germany on May 14th, 1974 <\\Nasc68dc7\genealogy\Sources\FRjosefliertzletter.jpg> This citation is considered to be evidence of questionable reliability (interviews, census, oral genealogies, or potential for bias for example, an autobiography).
Letter written to the Breusch's to introduce the two families prior to Heinz and Carmels marriage. 


Letter - Niels Larsen

The cited information was sourced from Letter / Card <\\Nasc68dc7\genealogy\Sources\Larsen\FRnielslarsen.jpg>
Single page showing PA Jorgensen contact details. 


Letter - Ulla P Larsen

The cited information was sourced from Letter / Card <\\Nasc68dc7\genealogy\Sources\Larsen\FRullaplarsenletter2.jpg>
Letter written to Rosalie Breusch, waffling on about relatives. 


Letter - Ulla P Larsen '97

The cited information was sourced from Letter / Card <\\Nasc68dc7\genealogy\Sources\Larsen\FRullaplarsenletter.jpg>
Letter written to Rosalie Breusch, waffling on about relatives. 


Letter - Ulla P Larsen (Family History)

The cited information was sourced from Letter / Card <\\Nasc68dc7\genealogy\Sources\Larsen\FRullaplarsenletter3.jpg>
Brief history of Ulla's family. 


Letter - Ulla P Larsen Sept'96

The cited information was sourced from Letter / Card <\\Nasc68dc7\genealogy\Sources\Larsen\FRullaplarsenletter996.jpg>
Letter written to Rosalie Breusch, waffling on.. 


Mariners and ships in Australian Waters

Passengers Arriving 1826 - 1900
The cited information was sourced from Website / URL <http://marinersandships.com.au/> (Ref: http://marinersandships.com.au/1849/09/332kat.htm) The author/originator was State Records Authority of New South Wales: Shipping Master's Office. This citation is considered to be secondary evidence, data officially recorded sometime after event.


Marriage Banns - Cecil Barker + Daisy Mary Stone

Banns of Marriage
The cited information was sourced from Document (hardcopy on paper, tax record) published on October 13th, 1918 <\\Nasc68dc7\genealogy\Sources\Birth-Death-Marriage\bannsofmarriagececilbarkerdaisystone.jpg> This citation is considered to be direct and primary evidence used, or by dominance of the evidence.


Marriage Cert - Burnett Breusch + Ada Lily Schneider

The cited information was sourced from Certificate <\\Nasc68dc7\genealogy\Sources\Birth-Death-Marriage\MCburnettbreusch.jpg> This citation is considered to be direct and primary evidence used, or by dominance of the evidence.


Marriage Cert - Cecil Barker + Daisy Mary Stone

The cited information was sourced from Certificate published on October 15th, 1918 <\\Nasc68dc7\genealogy\Sources\Birth-Death-Marriage\MCcecilbarkerdaisymarystone.jpg> This citation is considered to be direct and primary evidence used, or by dominance of the evidence.


Marriage Cert - Ellis Barker + Frances Jane Thackaburrey

The cited information was sourced from Certificate published on April 27th, 1889 <\\Nasc68dc7\genealogy\Sources\Birth-Death-Marriage\MCellisbarkerfrancesjanethackaburrey.jpg> (Ref: page 239) This citation is considered to be direct and primary evidence used, or by dominance of the evidence.


Marriage Cert - JohnThomasStone + AliceCrisp

The cited information was sourced from Certificate published on October 13th, 1888 <\\Nasc68dc7\genealogy\Sources\Birth-Death-Marriage\MCjohnthomasstone.jpg> This citation is considered to be direct and primary evidence used, or by dominance of the evidence.


Marriage Cert - KennethLouisBreusch + NoelaKennett

The cited information was sourced from Certificate <\\Nasc68dc7\genealogy\Sources\Birth-Death-Marriage\MCkennethlouisbreusch.jpg> (Ref: C731673) This citation is considered to be direct and primary evidence used, or by dominance of the evidence.


Marriage Reg Index UK

England and Wales Marriage Registration Index, 1837-2005
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The cited information was sourced from Fiche / Microfiche / Microfilm / Film <https://www.familysearch.org/search/collection/2285732> The author/originator was LDS. This citation is considered to be direct and primary evidence used, or by dominance of the evidence.
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Military Records - ET Barker

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Various transcripts from The National Archives, London
Source information
ID: 6557975
Reference: ADM188
Title: Royal Navy Seamen 1899-1919
Description: The Royal Navy Seamen records contain the complete service histories of 373,000 ratings who joined the service between 1899 and 1919.
UPP: GBM/ADM188/308542
Credit: © The National Archives
The cited information was sourced from Electronic Document (email, file) published by The National Archives, London, England (Ref: The National Archives ADM188 series) This citation is considered to be secondary evidence, data officially recorded sometime after event.
The Royal Navy Seaman records contain the complete service histories of up to 375,000 ratings who joined the service between 1899 and 1924. 


National Library of Ireland

Catholic Parish Registers at the NLI
The cited information was sourced from Fiche / Microfiche / Microfilm / Film <https://registers.nli.ie/> This citation is considered to be direct and primary evidence used, or by dominance of the evidence.


Newspaper Art. - Breusch+Kennett

Manly Presbyterian Church, Sydney 17th April.
The cited information was sourced from Newspaper <\\Nasc68dc7\genealogy\Sources\NAbreuschkennett.jpg>
Marriage notice for Ken Breusch and Noela Kennett. 


Newspaper Art. - Burnett Breusch

Name change by Deed Poll
The cited information was sourced from Newspaper <\\Nasc68dc7\genealogy\Sources\NAburnettbreusch.jpg> This citation is considered to be secondary evidence, data officially recorded sometime after event.
An official notice placed in the newspaper, stating that Burnett has changed his name by deed poll.. 


Newspaper Art. - Carl F Staier

The cited information was sourced from Newspaper <\\Nasc68dc7\genealogy\Sources\NAcarffstaier.jpg> This citation is considered to be evidence of questionable reliability (interviews, census, oral genealogies, or potential for bias for example, an autobiography).
Obituary of Carl F Staier (senior) in local paper. 


Newspaper Art. - Conrad Staier

Mungar Accident
An accident occurred at Mungar sawmills, when Henride Staier (aged 61 years) and George Beier (aged 9 years) were injured by a falling tree. The boy's right arm was broken below the elbow. They were both taken to hospital.
The cited information was sourced from Newspaper published in June 1877 <\\Nasc68dc7\genealogy\Sources\NAconradstaier.jpg> This citation is considered to be evidence of questionable reliability (interviews, census, oral genealogies, or potential for bias for example, an autobiography).
Death notice and Accident report. 


Newspaper Art. - Eleanor Kennett

The cited information was sourced from Newspaper <\\Nasc68dc7\genealogy\Sources\NAeleanorkennett.jpg> This citation is considered to be evidence of questionable reliability (interviews, census, oral genealogies, or potential for bias for example, an autobiography).
Obituary and 'In Memorandum' for Eleanor. 


Newspaper Art. - Eric John Breusch

Death occurs of pioneer B'berg baker
The cited information was sourced from Newspaper published by Bundaberg News Mail <\\Nasc68dc7\genealogy\Sources\NAericjohnbreusch.jpg> This citation is considered to be secondary evidence, data officially recorded sometime after event.
Death notice and article which details Eric's life and profesional achievements. 


Newspaper Art. - Ernestine Beier

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Pioneers Pass
The cited information was sourced from Newspaper <\\Nasc68dc7\genealogy\Sources\NAernestinebeier.jpg> This citation is considered to be secondary evidence, data officially recorded sometime after event.
Obituary, death notice and funeral notice in local papers. 


Newspaper Art. - J P Breusch

The cited information was sourced from Newspaper <\\Nasc68dc7\genealogy\Sources\NAjpbreusch.jpg> This citation is considered to be evidence of questionable reliability (interviews, census, oral genealogies, or potential for bias for example, an autobiography).
Lengthy obituary in local newspaper. 


Newspaper Art. - Ludwig J Breusch

The cited information was sourced from Newspaper <\\Nasc68dc7\genealogy\Sources\NAludwigbreusch.jpg> This citation is considered to be evidence of questionable reliability (interviews, census, oral genealogies, or potential for bias for example, an autobiography).
Two obituaries in local newspapers. 


Newspaper Art. - Margaretha Dorothea

The cited information was sourced from Newspaper <\\Nasc68dc7\genealogy\Sources\NAmargarethadorothea.jpg> This citation is considered to be evidence of questionable reliability (interviews, census, oral genealogies, or potential for bias for example, an autobiography).
Obituary of Dorothea Breusch (nee Staier) in local paper. 


Newspaper Art. - Stanley Breusch

A Romantic Setting for New Hebrides Wedding
The cited information was sourced from Newspaper published on February 27th, 1936 <\\Nasc68dc7\genealogy\Sources\NAstanleybreusch.jpg> This citation is considered to be secondary evidence, data officially recorded sometime after event.
Newspaper article covering the wedding, from which a few snippets of history can be gleaned. 


Newspaper Art. - Sylvia Breusch

A Comonju Sucess
The cited information was sourced from Newspaper <\\Nasc68dc7\genealogy\Sources\NAsylviabreusch.jpg>
Article in newspaper about her teaching sucess. 


Newspaper Art. - William & George Jeal (1)

Insolvency
Applicants were adjudicated insolvent on their own petition on 7th August, 1903, the liabilities to unsecured creditors being set
down at £159 4s. 4d., and assets whioh were estimated at £29 4s. realised £18 16*. 50., enabling a dividend of Is. 7d. in the £1 to be paid. The causes of insolvency were stated as losses owing to long continued drought and pressure of creditors.
The cited information was sourced from Newspaper This citation is considered to be secondary evidence, data officially recorded sometime after event.


Newspaper Art. - William & George Jeal (2)

Discharge of Insolvency
In the Matter of WILLIAM JEAL and GEORGE JEAL trading as Jeal Brothers formerly of Waroonga near Mitchell in ihe State of Queensland but now of Hermitage near Mitchell aforesaid Bcalpers insolvent. ON the twentieth day of February 1907 at ten o'clock in the forenoon WILLIAM JEAL and GEORGE JEAL of Hermitage near Mitchell in the State of Queensland scalpers adjudicated insolvent on the seiventh day of August. 1903 will apply to the Supreme Court of Queensland at Brisbane for a Certificate ot Discharge. Dated this 18th day of January, 1907. E. KIYAS TULLY, Solicitor, Brisbane. Town Agent for: A. E. MaoMahon, Barrister-at-law, Solicitor, Roma.
The cited information was sourced from Newspaper published by Western Star and Roma Advertiser on January 26th, 1907 <http://trove.nla.gov.au/ndp/del/article/97414929?searchTerm=%22william%20Jeal%22&searchLimits=> This citation is considered to be secondary evidence, data officially recorded sometime after event.
Jeal Bros. applies for discharge of insolvency. 


Newspaper Art. - William Jeal

Tamworth Circuit Court
(Abridged from the Tamworth News.)
The above court was opened on Thursday last before his Honor Mr. Justice Stephen. Mr. C. G. Heydon prosecuted for the Crown. The only other barrister present was Mr. J. Garland, jun.
William Jeal was arraigned on a charge that, on the 8th January last, at Kelly's Gully, Warialda, he did, without her consent, ravish and carnally know Emily Jeal, his own daughter, now about 18 years of age. Prisoner pleaded not guilty, and was defended by Mr. J. Garland, jun., who was instructed by Mr. Colin J. Ross. The Crown Prosecutor stated that the prisoner had been misconducting himself with this girl for the past three years, and on the occasion mentioned in the indictment assaulted her in a cornfield, and was seen in the act by a younger daughter. Prisoner had frequently threatened the girl Emily that if she made any complaint he would take her life, but after another subsequent and unsuccessful attempt, she told her mother, who gave information to the police.
The arresting constable, Hill, and prisoner's daughters gave evidence. Mr. Garland then addressed the jury, the defence set up being that the girl was a consenting party. The Crown Prosecutor replied. The jury, after deliberation, returned a verdict of guilty, and the Judge concurring in the verdict, sentenced the prisoner to be hanged by the neck until his body is dead.
The cited information was sourced from Newspaper published by The Maitland Mercury and Hunter River General Advertiser on October 14th, 1890 <http://trove.nla.gov.au/ndp/del/article/18993299?searchTerm=%22william%20Jeal%22&searchLimits=> This citation is considered to be secondary evidence, data officially recorded sometime after event.
description of the days proceedings. 


Newspaper Art. - William Jeal (1)

Sale at the Police Office
SALE AT THE POLICE OFFICE, WARIALDA, ON WEDNESDAY, 12TH J UNE, 1878. - COUNTRY LOTS.
The following lot is situated on the left bank of Kelly's Gully, and adjoining the western boundary of W. Jeal's conditional purchase No. 29 of 120 acres. Bulgaria Run. (Forfeited conditional purchase of William Henry Jeal):- Lot Q.-Portion 32, area 40 acres; price per aore £1 5s, county of Burnett, parish of Warialda.
The cited information was sourced from Newspaper published by Australian Town and Country Journal on June 1st, 1878 <http://trove.nla.gov.au/ndp/del/article/70616266?searchTerm=%22william%20Jeal%22&searchLimits=> This citation is considered to be secondary evidence, data officially recorded sometime after event.
Sale of forfeited land. 


NSW State Archives & Records

The cited information was sourced from Website / URL <https://www.records.nsw.gov.au/archives/collections-and-research/guides-and-indexes/indexes-a-z> This citation is considered to be secondary evidence, data officially recorded sometime after event.


Obituary - Nora Horton

The Vancouver Sun notes the following deaths in today's paper - DAVIS _ (nee Horton) Nora Letitia Stafford, 92, passed away April 17, 2003 at VGH. Predeceased by her husband Walter; her parents, Henry and Mary; and two sisters, Ruby Berridge and Mary Lockwood. Survived by her two children, Lauri and Brian; son-in-law Henning Larsen; five grandchildren, Leah (Kari), Sonja, Kari, Graham and Ashley; and brother Ed Horton of Picton, Ontario. Nora, who was born October 20, 1910 in Nelson, will be greatly missed by her loving family and many friends and relatives.
The cited information was sourced from Newspaper published by Vancouver Sun on April 26th, 2003 <http://archiver.rootsweb.ancestry.com/th/read/CAN-BC-OBITS/2003-04/1051370928>
Newspaper obituary. 


Parish Registers

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The cited information was sourced from Website / URL published in 1973 <http://www.familysearch.org/eng/> The author/originator was Church of the Later Day Saints. This citation is considered to be secondary evidence, data officially recorded sometime after event.
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Poll - ?

UK, Poll Books and Electoral Registers, 1538-1893
William Barker (jun) was a Freeholder of a H & Gar. (House and garden) in Castle Camps and thus eligible to vote. The occupier of that Freehold was a certain Benjamin Barker (his younger brother). The place of residence of the Freeholder, was given as Littlebury.
The cited information was sourced from Fiche / Microfiche / Microfilm / Film published in 1831 (Ref: page 20) This citation is considered to be direct and primary evidence used, or by dominance of the evidence.
Voting record for William Barker jnr in 1931. 


Poll - Two Knights of the Shire

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UK, Poll Books and Electoral Registers, 1538-1893
William Barker was a Freeholder of a C & L (Cottage and Land) in Castle Camps and thus eligible to vote. The occupier of that Freehold was a certain John Webb (his son by his second wife). The place of residence of the Freeholder was given as Littleburry.
The cited information was sourced from Document (hardcopy on paper, tax record) published in London, England in 1830 (Ref: page 26) This citation is considered to be direct and primary evidence used, or by dominance of the evidence.
Voting record William Barker in 1830. 


PR - AliceBarker

Burial record of Alice Barker
The cited information was sourced from Manuscript This citation is considered to be direct and primary evidence used, or by dominance of the evidence.


PR - Anders Larson

Parish register for Anders Larson
The cited information was sourced from Manuscript This citation is considered to be direct and primary evidence used, or by dominance of the evidence.


PR - BenjaminBarkerAnnCowell

Marriage record of Benjamin Barker and Ann Cowell
Diocese of Ely
The cited information was sourced from Fiche / Microfiche / Microfilm / Film published in 1996 <https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QSQ-G968-NTQ3?i=42&cat=780255> (Ref: Film # 007562711, image 43 of 501.) The author/originator was Church of England. Parish Church of Castle-Camps. This citation is considered to be direct and primary evidence used, or by dominance of the evidence.
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PR - Elizabeth Jeal

Taken in 1850 in Plumstead, London, England.
Burial record for Elizabeth Jeal
The cited information was sourced from Electronic Document (email, file) published in 1850 This citation is considered to be direct and primary evidence used, or by dominance of the evidence.
Photcopy from Plumstead Parish Burial Register. 


PR - WilliamBarkerElizabethWebb

Marriage record of William Barker and his 2nd wife Elizabeth Webb
The cited information was sourced from Manuscript <https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:NXLB-TX7> This citation is considered to be direct and primary evidence used, or by dominance of the evidence.


Shetland Family History

The site covers the family history of anyone from Shetland, including those who have ancestors who have moved away at some stage in the past. There are 426000 individuals in the 'family tree'.
The cited information was sourced from Website / URL <http://www.bayanne.info/Shetland/> This citation is considered to be unreliable evidence or estimated data.
The family history of anyone from Shetland UK. 


Short Service Notice - Cecil Barker

The cited information was sourced from Document (hardcopy on paper, tax record) published on November 1st, 1915 <\\Nasc68dc7\genealogy\Sources\shortservicececilbarker.jpg> This citation is considered to be direct and primary evidence used, or by dominance of the evidence.
Enlistment for Short Service in the army, for Cecil Barker. 


The Illustrated Sydney News

The Randwick Asylum
The cited information was sourced from Website / URL published on April 17th, 1890 <https://trove.nla.gov.au> (Ref: https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/63614924/5567765) This citation is considered to be direct and primary evidence used, or by dominance of the evidence.
2 page article with pictures, on how the destiture children are cared for by the asylum.. 


The National Archives of Ireland

Online Irish National Archives
The cited information was sourced from Fiche / Microfiche / Microfilm / Film <http://www.genealogy.nationalarchives.ie/> This citation is considered to be direct and primary evidence used, or by dominance of the evidence.
No index, must search each film manually.. 


The Ryerson Index

Death notices and obituaries in Australian newspapers
The cited information was sourced from Website / URL <http://ryersonindex.net/> This citation is considered to be secondary evidence, data officially recorded sometime after event.
The Ryerson Index is a free index to death notices appearing in Australian newspapers. The date range covered extends from the Sydney Gazette of 1803 up to newspapers published within the last week or so. The Index also includes many funeral notices, and some probate notices and obituaries.. 


Travel ticket for Conrad Staier

The cited information was sourced from Document (hardcopy on paper, tax record) <\\Nasc68dc7\genealogy\Sources\travelinvoiceconradstaier.jpg> This citation is considered to be direct and primary evidence used, or by dominance of the evidence.
Sailing ticket for Staier family from Germany to Queensland. 


TRI - Carl August Staier

Newspaper notice
Death notice 13MAR1960, age 86, at Base Hospital, Maryborough.
Funeral notice 15MAR1960, late of Maryborough.
The cited information was sourced from Website / URL published by Fraser Coast Chronicle on March 14th, 1960 <http://ryersonindex.net/> This citation is considered to be secondary evidence, data officially recorded sometime after event.
Death and Funeral notices appearing in the Fraser Coast Chronicle (Hervey Bay).. 


TRI - Jane Elizabeth Staier

Newspaper notice
Death notice 12DEC1958, age 82, at Base Hospital, Maryborough.
Funeral notice 15DEC1958, late of Maryborough.
The cited information was sourced from Website / URL published by Fraser Coast Chronicle on December 13th, 1958 <http://ryersonindex.net/> This citation is considered to be secondary evidence, data officially recorded sometime after event.
Death and Funeral notices appearing in the Fraser Coast Chronicle (Hervey Bay).. 


Trove

National Library of Australia
The cited information was sourced from Website / URL <https://trove.nla.gov.au> This citation is considered to be secondary evidence, data officially recorded sometime after event.
Find and get Australian and online resources like books, images, historic newspapers, maps, music, archives and more. 


Wills and Administrations UK

England and Wales, National Index of Wills and Administrations, 1858-1957
The cited information was sourced from Fiche / Microfiche / Microfilm / Film <https://www.familysearch.org/search/collection/2451051> The author/originator was LDS. This citation is considered to be secondary evidence, data officially recorded sometime after event.
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