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1  WHITE Rosa Whitmarsh (I399)
Served in the Defence forces in Ireland as Maye - record 16773.

In 1943, Patrick and Anne Mary are lving at 8 Kings Cross road and he is a labourer. By 1949 and again in 1954, they are living at 172 Ben Boyd Road, Neutral Bay and no occupation is listed for Patrick. 
MAY Patrick Joseph (I1041)
3 "India Deaths and Burials, 1719-1948," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/FGTX-LYQ : accessed 28 May 2012), Edith Mary Ann Taylor, 1876. TAYLOR Edith Mary Annie (I945)
4 "India, Marriages, 1792-1948 ," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/FGV8-PC4 : accessed 28 May 2012), Florence Burgan Taylor, 1896. TAYLOR Florence Brogan (I2266)
5 "My brother R. Neville died 30 July 1832 at the house he built at Waterview of the [3rd] paralytic attack, he was ill from the 1st of the month, his death was sudden, he was buried in D'Esterre's Vault, Passage". (Catherine Parker genealogical notes). PARKER Richard Neville (I1780)
6 (Ref 1885/002250) DENNIS Josiah Thomas (I1998)
7 01 Jan 1877

Times of India
Dec 13th 1876 at Poona, the wife of HC Macnee of a son 
MCNEE Henry Richard (I990)
8 103227/1979 WEBB John Francis (I2150)
9 12 George Street, Manly WOOD Janet (Netta or Nettie) Tait (I130)
10 14 Nov 1854 At Poona, the wife of Mr. Thomas McGuire, Apothecary, Commander in Chief, of a daughter.

30 May 1856 At Mahableshwur, the wife of Apothecary Thomas McGuire, Commander-in-Chief's Establishment, of a son. 
LAWLER Louisa Jane (I763)
11 1791 Burial Southwark, St Giles, Camberwell
7 March 1791
Richard son of Richard and Elizabeth Rickards
RICKARDS Richard (I2102)
12 1841 English census living at Winterbourne, Gloucestershire in the village of Hambrook in Greenbury Row
Wm Bould 50
Hannah Bould 50
Elizabeth Bould 20
Ann Bould 17
Mary Bould 14
Johnathan Bould 12
William Bould 10
James Bould 7
John Lerewood [Sherwood] 20 
BOULD William (I2625)
13 1867/9118 & 1866/8992 Family F148
14 1873/C340 Phillips Francis Alfred Gillies Jane

Name: Jane Gillies
Spouse Name: Francis Alfred Phillips
Marriage Date: 5 Aug 1873
Marriage Place: Queensland
Registration Place: Queensland
Registration Year: 1873
Registration Number: 000340
Page Number: 5385

Possible death in QLD
1894/C1193 Francis Phillips

There is an unclaimed letter for an F Phillips in Maryborough in 1872.

Queensland Gazette
Barely a month after the wedding, Francis deserts Jane on the 14 September 1873. Offender is 23 years of age; 5 feet 6 inches high, slight build, thin features; dark-brown hair, beard, whiskers and moustache; smart appearance, a native of New South Wales. 
PHILLIPS Francis Alfred (I1777)
15 1876/B5204 Family F139
16 1881 English census
Catherine LAWREY
Other Information:
Birth Year: <1857>
Birthplace: Ballinkillin Carlow, Ireland
Age: 24
Occupation: Domestic Servant
Marital Status: U
Head of Household: Luke Hamer HAIGH
Relation: Servant
Source Information:
Dwelling: 23 Boscombe Road
Census Place: London, Middlesex, England
Family History Library Film: 1341013
Public Records Office Reference: RG11
Piece / Folio: 0061 / 99
Page Number: 39

New York Times 24 April 1937

On April 22, Catherine (nee Lowry) beloved wife of the late Peter McCarl and sister of Teresa Darcy. Funeral from her late residence 601 West 169th St Monday 9.30am Requiem mass - Church of St Rose of Lima, 10am.

Mccarl Catherine 81y Apr 22 1937
Certificate #: 10468 Manhattan Soundex: M264

According to the 1910 census, Kate arrived in 1890 and was not naturalised. In the 1920 census, Kate states that she was naturalised in 1904. In the 1920 census, Kate is 63 years old. Her immigration year is still listed as 1890.

LOWERY Catherine (Kate) (I1447)
17 1887/11191 Family F440
18 1889/C1313 FAIRON Agnes (I724)
19 1894/C472 FAIRON Terence (I725)
20 1903/B4199 FAIRON Norah (Dolly) (I723)
21 1907/113 QLD BDM

Florence's parents were Charles Haymen Brand and Elizabeth Elliott. Charles' occupation was gentleman. Florence was a shop assistant aged 29 and was born at Mount Radford, Fassifern, Churchill, QLD.

James was born at Splitter's Creek, Cook, QLD, he was aged 31 and was a farmer at Sharon, near Bundaberg. His parents are George Ruddell and Maria Hawthorn. George is a farmer.

Witnesses were George Ruddell and Mabel Brand and the couple was married according to the rites of the Methodist Church. 
Family F476
22 1907/22461 WEBB Catherine Merrial Innes (I2158)
23 1911/4603 WEBB John Murray (I2159)
24 1917/C1574 HAMMILL Rosanna (Rose) (I190)
25 19226/1958 WEBB Kenneth Phillips (I2149)
26 1936/C3061Mary PatriciaTooheyMichael JamesVivien Cook TOOHEY Mary (Patricia) (I1384)
27 1947/694 QLD BDM RUDDELL Richard (I147)
29 26 Apr 1839 is listed as his christening on the LDS site WOOD Archibald (I90)
30 4 Henderson Road, Burpengary, 4505, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia COOGAN May Greta (I871)
31 4 weeks old HAMMILL Edward (Edmund) (I193)
33 5 Bellevue Park Road, Bellevue Hill, Sydney COWLEY Alice Mabel (Elsie) (I297)
34 5 miles from Kilrush HAMMILL Stephen (I26)
35 87 Wood Street, opp Taylor's Hotel RUDDELL Mary Ann (I1008)
36 1841 England Census London Lane, Enfield Town District 1
Richard Watkins aged 50 police officer born Wales
Katherine aged 50 not born in county
Ann daughter aged 20 servant not born in county
Richard aged 15 Coach smith born in county
Elizabeth aged 15 servant born in county
Sarah aged 13 born in county
William aged 10 born in county

1851 England census - London Lane, Enfield, Middlesex 1a
Richard Watkins aged 64 Police sergeant born Montgomeryshire, New Town
Catherine wife aged 64 born Staffordshire
Sarah daughter aged 23 school mistress born Enfield, Middlesex
William son aged 20 Coach Smith born Enfield, Middlesex

Possibility - 1861 England census St Marylebone, Middlesex, Rectory District St Marylebone Workhouse
Richard Watkins widowed aged 75 Labourer born Radnor Wales

See A History of Enfield: 1837 to 1914: A Victorian suburb by David Owen Pam
p45 The commissioners of the Metropolitan Police in 1835 had not extended their area of jurisdiction beyond Hackney and Newington, although the police patrols, like Watkin, a Waterloo man who lived in a wooden cottage in London Road.

On the east side of London Road, opposite the police station, stood the Patrol Cottages where there formerly lived patrolman Watkins, a Waterloo man, who became part of the Metropolitan Police force in 1836. which had met since 1873 in a room in Ordnance Road...

London Standard 5 January 1833
Murder trial
Richard Watkins, a Bow-street patrol, stationed in Enfield, assisted the last witness to apprehend Johnston...

London Standard 14 April 1837
Burglary of Sir Henry Meux, Bart, at Theobald?s park, Herts.
On Monday morning the circumstances of the robbery was communicated to Watkins, an active officer belong to the mounted Bow Street patrol, stationed at Enfield, who pursued his inquiries about the two suspicious men, and by great perseverance traced them to their residence in Middlesex-street, Somers Town. On searching their houses Watkins found nearly the whole of the stolen property.

There are two possibilities for a Richard Watkins serving at Waterloo, taken from the Waterloo Medal roll (see National Archives). A Richard Watkins of the 1st Life Guards also received the Peninsular Medal with one clasp - Toulouse.

First name(s) Richard
Last name Watkin
Year 1815
Rank Private
Regiment 1st LIFE GUARDS

First name(s) Richard
Last name Watkins
Year 1815
Rank Private

The first one is likely to be correct because when Richard Watkin married Catherine Russell in 1816, the marriage was witnessed by a corporal in the 1st Life Guards. See notes relating to marriage.

37 1851 census for England Ashburton in Devon, district 5a Bowling Green
George P Dick married aged 22 school master born Ireland
Elizabeth wife aged 22 school mistress born Middlesex Enfield,
2 boarders and a general servant 
WATKIN Elizabeth (I166)
38 1851 England Census, Enfield, Middlesex 1b, Baker St
Robert Corne/Carne Head married aged 59 a Carpenter/master
Sarah Watkins daughter aged 22 born Enfield
Robert Corne son aged 11
William son aged 26 carpenter
Richard Watkins son-in-law aged 26 coach smith born Southgate, Middlesex
William Gillen apprentice aged 20 
WATKIN/WATKINS Richard (I2859)
39 1901 UK Census Names is recorded in Ancestry as Challin

Stephen James aged 35 wholesale grocer traveller aged 35 b Hayes, Middlesex
Mary Ellen aged 37
Fred. Stephen Son aged 12 b Bundaberg QLD
Harold Reginald Son aged 7 b Bundaberg
Gertrude Williams Niece aged 11 b Bundaberg QLD
William Williams Nephew aged 10 b Bundaberg

Gertrude and William are actually the Ruddell children, born to Thomas James and Caroline.

1911 UK census
Postal address of Gwendale 13 Spezia Rd Harlesdon

Stephen J Chattin aged 45 Commercial Traveller Grocer b Middlesex
Mary E aged 50 married for 23 years with 3 children born alive, including 1 dead b Loudwater Bucks
Frederick S son aged 22 Clerk House agency b Bundaberg QLD
Harold R son aged 17 Clerk Soap Manufs. b Paddington Sydney NSW
Walter R deceased b Bundaberg QLD 
CHATTIN Stephen James (I2732)
40 The Courier Wed 22 Jan 1862
On the 21st inst., by the Rev. B. G. Wilson, B. M at the residence of the bride's mother, Fortitude Valley, Miss Jane Jones, third daughter of the late John Jones, Cardiganshire, to Mr Abel Alford, of Wiltshire, England. 
Family F305
41 The Moreton Bay Courier Sat 11 Sep 1858
Mr. Lumsden has for some time past employed two Welsh miners in sinking a pit shaft at Moggill. They have already sunk beneath the level of the Brisbane, and have gone through a thin vein of most excellent coal, with strong indications of the presence of the mineral still deeper. The sinking will be continued, and the miners expect before long to find a thicker seam.

The Moreton Bay Courier Wed 15 Sep 1858
An inquest was held yesterday, at Moggill, by the Coroner, K. Cannan, Esq., on the body of a miner named Jones. The following evidence was taken :-Thomas Jones deposed : "l am the son of the deceased. I am a miner, my father was a miner ; have been fourteen months in Moreton Bay. I had been working with my father yesterday sinking a shaft. I was on the top, my father below ; he was boring for blasting the rock. About half-past one, I heard a loud explosion. I was at the top. There was nobody else below but my father. I went down into the pit in about two minutes. My father was sitting down on the side of the shaft. He said he was alive. There was too much smoke to see it all. I called for help. They came and lowered the bucket. I put my father into it, and he was drawn up. I then saw he was very much hurt. He lived till about half-past four, quite sensible all the tiime. No doubt the charge of powder had become ignited by hammering the needle down; such accidents often happen in Wales where we came from; it was not from carelessness. There was about three ounces of powder in the hole. My father has been working here nine months, and six months out of the mine been blasting." The jury returned a verdict of "accidental death". 
JONES John (I2497)
42 The Sydney Gazette and NSW Advertiser Tuesday 9 February 1836
Mr. Henry Phillips, to be Clerk to the Bench of Magistrates at Paterson.

Listed in the Returns of the Colony for 1836 as Clerk to the bench at Paterson. In the Returns of the Colony, Henry leaves his post as Clerk of the Bench early in 1838 as he was appointed as a Clerk in the Surveyor General's Office.

SEE note re James Phillips one year later. Also working as a Clerk in the same office for that year is Francis Fortunatus Phillips.

NSW Government Gazette 1838 P 779 Assignment of convicts - Henry Phillips, Paterson, is assigned 1 groom

The Sydney Herald Monday 11 February 1839
The undersigned cautions the public not to give credit to his son Henry Phillips as he will not be answerable for the same.

The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser Wed 27 Feb 1839
A young man, named Henry Phillips, of respectable appearance and address, was brought up with a sailor, both being found sleeping in an unoccupied house in Elizabeth street, by Serjeant Higgins, on Sunday night. Phillips stated, that he was out of employment, and had no place to sleep in, but that he was going on board ship to work. Captain Innes observed, that it was a pity a young man of education, who had moved in a respectable sphere of life in the colony having once belonged to the Colonial Survey Department should be in such a miserable plight, but he (Captain Innes) feared, that the cause of his present destitution was the too prolific source of wretchedness in the Colony, namely,..the grog bottle, discharged, with a reprimand.
PHILLIPS Henry (I268)
43 Allens Indian Mail 1847
King, Wm B at Byculla, aged 38, Nov 24.
The first edition for 1847 on page 22 has the surname as Baker but this is changed in the following edition on page 52.

1846 Bombay Times and Journal of Commerce
Surname: King
Given name(s): William
Place: Byculla
Year: 1846
Month: Nov
Day: 24
Register Entry: In Byculla on the 24th November, Mr William King, baker, aged 38 years deeply regretted by his friends.
Edition Year: 1846
Edition Date: 2 Dec
KING William (I82)
44 Cairns Post Wednesday 16 June 1926
CATT - RUDDELL. - On June 2nd, at St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. R H. Reid, B,A. Reginald, third son of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Catt, Rockhampton, to Ive, third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ruddell, Cairns. 
Family F204
45 Children born to Henry and Sarah Denyer
Kate Eliza baptised 3 Jan 1858 b Thursley, Surrey
Elizabeth baptised 16 Sep 1860 b Thursley, Surrey
Henry baptised 28 Aug 1859, b Thursley Surrey
William baptised 6 Dec 1861 b Thursley, Surrey
Sarah Annie baptised 9 Nov 1862 b Thursley, Surrey
Richard Watkin baptised 6 Jul 1867 b Thursley, Surrey
Arthur George baptised 5 Sep 1869 b Thursley, Surrey 
46 Morning Bulletin 9 June 1931
THE Funeral of the late Mrs. JAMES THOMASSON will leave from her late residence, 87 Bolsover-street, at 4.15 p.m. TO-DAY (Tuesday), for the Rockhampton Cemetery. 
RUDDELL Sarah (I2738)
47 Morning Bulletin Friday 25 July 1890
David William Ruddell, on bail, was brought up again to answer the charge of assaulting his father-in-law, John Gillespie, settler, residing between Kabra and Stanwell. Mr. Lyons appeared to prosecute, and Mr. Pattison to defend.
The Police Magistrate : How is Gillespie now?
Mr. Lyons : He is here, Your Worship, He called at Dr. Macdonald's this morning, but he was told be should not be able to see the doctor until half past ten o'clock. He does not know himself that he is any worse.
The Police Magistrate : Is he any better?
Gillespie : Yes, sir, I think I am. I don't feel ?.
The Police Magistrate: You don't feel ill?
Gillespie: I feel ill, but I don't think it's dangerous.
The Police Magistrate : I think we will deal with the case.

Counsel having addressed the Bench, and the magistrates having consulted for fully a quarter of an hour, the Police Magistrate said : David William Ruddell, having heard the evidence that has been given against you, and knowing as you must that you have not told the truth, you will not be surprised when I tell you we find you guilty. The assault was a cowardly one, and there is nothing we can see to justify you in lifting your hand to a man of the age of your father-in-law, and certainly not in using the weapon you did. However, in consideration of the fact that you have been imprisoned for a week, we will let you off with a further term of imprisonment of fourteen days. You will be imprisoned and kept to hard labour for fourteen days.
Ruddell : Your Worship says I have not told the truth. If I never see my God I have sworn the truth. The Police Magistrate : I have nothing more to say about it. 
RUDDELL David William (I2747)
48 Morning Bulletin Mon 3 January 1898
A report was made to the police at half past two this morning that a man had been murdered at Mount Morgan West. On the police proceeding there they found the dead body of a man named David Ruddle, death having evidently resulted from a gunshot wound. A man named Hugh Grier, a miner, was arrested on a charge of having murdered Ruddle. Grier, who was once a hotelkeeper out west, is of a quiet disposition. Ruddle was a comparative stranger here. It is stated the two men met in a hotel, when Ruddle made some particularly insulting remark about Grier's wife. The body of the dead man was removed to the Morgue. Grier will appear at the Police Court on Monday.

Morning Bulletin Thursday 17 March 1898
The sitting of the Supreme Court in criminal jurisdiction was continued yesterday, when the case against Hugh Grier for the murder of David Ruddle was concluded. The jury after half an hour's deliberation found the prisoner not guilty, and he was discharged. The verdict was received with applause, which was at once suppressed by the officers of the Court. 
RUDDELL David William (I2747)
49 Morning Bulletin Monday 11 Oct 1920
THE Relatives and Friends of Mrs. J. E. MITCHELL, of Bundaberg, Mrs. S. THOMASSON and Mrs. M. RUDDELL are respectfully invited to attend the Funeral of the late Mrs. ELLEN RUDDELL to move from the Stanley-street Railway Station on arrival of Mail Train from Bundaberg, THIS (Monday) AFTERNOON, at 4 o'clock for the Rockhampton Cemetery.

Ellen's parents were Thomas Gillen and Annie Bridget. 
50 National Probate Calendar 1880
ADCOCK Christopher The will of Christopher Adcock late of Hunstanton in the County of Norfolk gentleman who died on the 25 December 1879 at Hunstanton was proved at the Principal Registry by John Adcock of St Norman's Streatham Hill in the County of Surrey, Surgeon-Major in Her Majesty's Army Medical Department and Hugh Adcock of 50 Grange Road, Bermondsey in the County of Surrey Surgeon, the sons the Executors. Personal estate under 5000. 
ADCOCK Christopher (I169)

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