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1001
Centennial Park Cemetery Memorial Search - Audrey Floris Sulley (n. Miels)
Centennial Park Cemetery Memorial Search - Audrey Floris Sulley (n. Miels)
Audrey Floris Sulley (n. Miels), Date of Death 21 January 2006, Last Abode Hendon.
 
1002
Centennial Park Cemetery Memorial Search - Reginald Thomas Clarke Sulley
Centennial Park Cemetery Memorial Search - Reginald Thomas Clarke Sulley
Reginald Thomas Clarke Sulley, Date of Death 22/05/1985, Last Abode Croydon Park.
 
1003
Centennial Park Cemetery, Burial Registration Transcription, Alick Anderson.
Centennial Park Cemetery, Burial Registration Transcription, Alick Anderson.
Alick Anderson was cremated 27 November 1987 at Centennial Park Cemetery, Pasadenia, South Australia. His ashes were intermed on 5 July 1988, in Derrick Gardens of Remembrance, Tree Bed 38, Position 014, Centenial Park Cemetery Pasadenia, South Australia.
 
1004
Centennial Park Cemetery, Deceased Search Map - Reginald Thomas Clarke and Audrey Floris Sulley (n. Miels)
Centennial Park Cemetery, Deceased Search Map - Reginald Thomas Clarke and Audrey Floris Sulley (n. Miels)
Reginald Thomas Clarke Sulley and his wife Audrey Foris Sulley (n. Miels) are buried together at Centennial Park Cemetery,Pasadena, South Australia, Australia. The plot is located: South East, Individual Shrub Bed SB!, Position 091.
 
1005
Centennial Park Cemetery, Map of Burial Plot, Edna Mary May Anderson.
Centennial Park Cemetery, Map of Burial Plot, Edna Mary May Anderson.
This map shows the location of Edna's burial plot, Sprinbank Island, Garden Edge Boulder 5 Position 001, Centennial Park Cemetery, Pasadina, South Australia, Australia
 
1006
Certificate Awarded to Alexander Frederick Griffiths by Cammeray Central Cricket Club - Batting Agregate
Certificate Awarded to Alexander Frederick Griffiths by Cammeray Central Cricket Club - Batting Agregate
Cammeray Central Cricket club awarded this certificate to Alexander Griffiths for batting Average and Agreate (306 Runs - Average 20.2) for 1952-53 Season.
 
1007
Certificate of Marriage - Robert Alexander Kirkwood and Bridget Osborne (n. Ward)
Certificate of Marriage - Robert Alexander Kirkwood and Bridget Osborne (n. Ward)
Robert Alexander Kirkwood Married Elizabeth Osborne (n. Ward) 6th October 1879 at Oatley Street, Woollahra, New South Wales, Australia.
 
1008
Certificate of Naturalization
Certificate of Naturalization
A copy of the Certificate of Naturalization granted to Wilhelm August Christian Bottcher.
 
1009
Certificate of Service - Australian Militia - Neill Branch Campbell
Certificate of Service - Australian Militia - Neill Branch Campbell
This is a summary of Neill Branch Campbell's service in the Australian Militia in 1939.
 
1010
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
1011
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
1012
Certificate of World War Two Service - Corporal Cecil Norman Hutley Q222850
Certificate of World War Two Service - Corporal Cecil Norman Hutley Q222850
Corporal Cecil Norman Hutley Q222850, enlisted in the Australian Army 6 June 1942 at Cloncurry Qld and served until discharge on 21 October 1945.
 
1013
Certified Extract of a Marriage Certificate relating to George Patrick Sommers and Gladys Tetlow
Certified Extract of a Marriage Certificate relating to George Patrick Sommers and Gladys Tetlow
George and Gladys were Married in Birmingham, West Midlands, England whilst George was serving in the AIF on 05 Mar 1918.
 
1014
Charge of Bigamy - Matilda Strachan (n. Potts)
Charge of Bigamy - Matilda Strachan (n. Potts)
On Thursday 10 December 1908, At the Redfern Police court, Matilda Strachan, 49, was charged with Bigamy. Matilda reserved her defence, and was committed for trial, Bail was allowed. This article was published in The Sydney morning Herald newspaper, Friday 11 December 1908, page 9.
 
1015
Charge of False Petences - Charles Jackson Campbell
Charge of False Petences - Charles Jackson Campbell
Charles Jackson Campbell was charged and convicted of obtaining 15 pounds from John Eggleston. A second Count of obtaining 20 pounds 18 shillings from John Eggleston. He was found guilty and sentenced to 12 months and one day in Bathurst Gaol with hard labour.
This article was published in the Molong Argus Newspaper, New South Wales, Friday 7 December 1906, page 18.
 
1016
Charge of False Pretences - Charles Jackson Campbell
Charge of False Pretences - Charles Jackson Campbell
Charles Jackson Campbell was charged with having falsely pretended to John Eggleston, of Molong, NSW, that he had one ton weight of galvanised iron and that he made a willfully false promise that if Eggleston would pay him 15 pound he would send the Galvanised iron to Geggleston at Molong; and by means of such false pretence and partly by means of the false promise he obtained from Eggleston the sum of 15 pounds. A second count charged the accused with falsely pretending to Eggleston that he had 36 rolls of rabbit-proof wire netting, which he promised on payment of 20 pounds 18 shillings to send to Eggleston, by means of which false pretence and promise he obtained the sum of 20 pounds. Accused pleaded not guilty, he gave evidence on his own behalf that he had no dishonest intention, He had intended to send the goods contracted for, but had not been given time to carry it out before he was arrested (he was in gaol at Darlinghurst serving a previous sentence). The Jury convicted prisoner, who was sentenced to imprisonment for 12 months and one day in Bathurst Gaol with hard labour.

This article was published in The Sydney Morning Herald Newspaper, Friday 30th November 1906, page 4.
 
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Charge of False Pretences - Charles Jackson Campbell
Charge of False Pretences - Charles Jackson Campbell
Charles Jackson Campbell came before the Water Police court on Thursday 15 November 1906 on a charge of having obtained 9 pound 4 shillings and 5 pence from William George Reid on November 6 last by fale pretences. Detectives darlington and Vincent arrested him. It was stated in evidence that the accused took an office in George Street, where were stored many samples of all kinds of hardware, tiles, fencing wire etc and Reid, attracted by the prices advertised, became a customer. He gave Campbell an order for 116 sheets of Galvanised iron, 7ob of screws and 4lb of washers, which came to the amount named, and were duly paid for. Delivery was to be taken the following day, but when the prosecutor repaired to the office he was put off with and excuse. He came again, but Campbell was not there. Vincent was there, however, and seeing Reid, asked him his business, explaining at the same time his own. Hence the present prosecution. A letter was received by Reid from the accused, who was in Darlinghurs Gaol, and who promised to send along the iron as soon as he got out. He was committed for trial.
This article was published in The Australian Star Newspaper, Friday 16 November 1906, page 6.
 
1018
Charles Alfred Clancy Burial Registration Transcription
Charles Alfred Clancy Burial Registration Transcription
Charles Alfred Clancy is buried at The Eastern Suburbs Memorial Park in location ACC- Anglican FM CC, Position 527
 
1019
Charles Alfred Clancy Death Notice
Charles Alfred Clancy Death Notice
Charles Alfred Clancy died 13 October 1942 at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, Camperdown, New South Wales, Australia. This death notice was published in the Sydney Morning Herald Newspaper, Thursday 15 October 1942, page 8.
 
1020
Charles Alfred Clancy Funeral
Charles Alfred Clancy Funeral
The Funeral of Charles Alfred Clancy departed the residence of his mother Eliza Clancy (n. Kirkwood), 74 Gowrie Street, Newtown, New South Wales, Australia, 15 October 1942 at 9.45 am for the Church of England Cemetery, Botany, New South Wales, Australia (Now known as the Eastern Suburbs Memorial Park). Undertaker Labor Motor Funerals Limited.
This funeral notice was published in the Sydney Morning Herald Newspaper, Thursday 15 October 1942, page 8.
 
1021
Charles Jackson Campbell
Charles Jackson Campbell
Death Certificate
 
1022
Charles Jackson Campbell
Charles Jackson Campbell
This photo was taken 28 Feb 1894
 
1023
Charles Jackson Campbell - Alleged False Pretences
Charles Jackson Campbell - Alleged False Pretences
Charles Jackson Campbell pleaded not guilty at the quarter sessions to a charge of having, on the 25th of October 1906 falsely pretended to John Eggleston that he had a ton of Galvanised iron and obtained a cheque for the payment of 15 pounds from him with intent to defraud and a second charge of having on the dame date falsely pretended to Eggleston that he had 36 rolls of rabbit proof wire netting and obtained a cheque for payment of 20 pounds 18 shillings with intent to defraud. The jury found the accused guilty and he was sentenced to 12 months and one day's imprisonment in Bathurst Gaol. At the time of this offence the accused was serving a previous offence in Darlinghurst Gaol.
 
1024
Charles Jackson Campbell Convicted of 2 counts of False Pretences.
Charles Jackson Campbell Convicted of 2 counts of False Pretences.
Charles Jackson Campbell on 30th November 1906 was convicted of 2 counts of False Pretences. He was sentenced to 12 Months and 1 day, to be served at Bathurst Gaol, New South Wales, Australia. This offence was committed whilst he was still serving his sentence at Darlinghurst Gaol, New South Wales.
 
1025
Charles Jackson Campbell Conviction of 7 Counts of Fraud.
Charles Jackson Campbell Conviction of 7 Counts of Fraud.
On 28 Feb 1894 Charles Jackson Campbell was Convicted of 7 Counts of Fraud and sentenced to 14 years, to be served at the Darlinghurst, Gaol, New South Wales, Australia.
 
1026
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
1027
Christ Church Surbiton Hill, Surrey, England
Christ Church Surbiton Hill, Surrey, England
Christ Church is a church of England located on King Charles Road, Surbiton, Surrey, England. It comes under the Diocese of Southwark and was built in 1863. This view was taken from Britannia Road.
 
1028
Christ Church, Bong Bong, New South Wales, Australia, Baptism Register - Hilda Rose Davis
Christ Church, Bong Bong, New South Wales, Australia, Baptism Register - Hilda Rose Davis
Hilda Rose Davis born 4 January 1884, baptised 3 February 1884 at Christ Church, Bong Bong, New South Wales, Australia. Parents Ambrose Davis and Catherine May Davis (n. Fleeton).
 
1029
Christ Church, Surbiton Hill, Surrey, England, Parish Records, Marriages, Edmund Davis and Mary Dance
Christ Church, Surbiton Hill, Surrey, England, Parish Records, Marriages, Edmund Davis and Mary Dance
Edmund Davis married Mary Dance, 20 May 1899 at Christ Church, Surbiton Hill, Surrey, England. Marriage Register number 86, 1899.
 
1030
Christening -  Hanna Kennedy
Christening - Hanna Kennedy
Hanna Kennedy christened St Patricks Catholic Church, Parramatta, New South Wales, Australia, 1856, Father Daniel, Mother Judith
 
1031
Christening - Elizabeth Duffield
Christening - Elizabeth Duffield
Elizabeth Duffield was christened 28 June 1795 at Saint Olave Church, Exeter, Devon, England.
 
1032
Christening - John Duffield
Christening - John Duffield
John Duffield was christened 28 Jan 1798 at Saint Olave, Exeter, Devon, England.
 
1033
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
1034
Christening - Lydia Hole
Christening - Lydia Hole
Lydia Hole, Baptism 2 June 1799 at Stoke Damerel, Devon, England
 
1035
Christening - Rachael Potts
Christening - Rachael Potts
Rachael Potts Baptised 1828 at church of England, Richmond, New South Wales, Australia. Father Robert, Mother Ann.
 
1036
Christening and Birth Registration - Sarah Ann Thorley
Christening and Birth Registration - Sarah Ann Thorley
Sarah Ann Thorley was christened 1847 Church of England Warkworth, New South Wales, Australia. Volume Reference V18472492 32A, Registration Year 1847, Registration Number 0
 
1037
Christening John Duffield
Christening John Duffield
John Duffield christened 17 Sep 1775 at Stoke Canon, Devon, England, Mother Dorothy Duffield

 
1038
Christening Registration - Jane Tucker
Christening Registration - Jane Tucker
Jane Tucker, daughter of John and Eliza Tucker (n. Kent) was Christened 08 April 1832 at Wanborough, Wiltshire, England.
 
1039
Chronical Newspaper, Article Thomas Angel
Chronical Newspaper, Article Thomas Angel
This article reporting the death of Thomas Angel was published in the Chronicle Newspaper, Adelaide, South Australia, Thursday 9 January 1930, page 32.
 
1040
Church Baptism Record for John Walters
Church Baptism Record for John Walters
Extract of the church Baptism Record for John Walters - He was Baptised at St Patricks Catholic Church Belfast Ireland on 07 May 1871
 
1041
Church of All Saints, Liddington, Wiltshire England, Marriage Register - John Tucker and Elizabeth Wait
Church of All Saints, Liddington, Wiltshire England, Marriage Register - John Tucker and Elizabeth Wait
John Tucker married Elizabeth Wait 26th October 1872.
 
1042
Church of Christ, Mile End, South Australia
Church of Christ, Mile End, South Australia
Church of Christ, Mile End, is located on the corner of Danby Street & Henley Beach Road, Mile End, South Australia.
 
1043
Church of England Baptisms 1813-1916, Wanborough, Wiltshire, England, John Waite
Church of England Baptisms 1813-1916, Wanborough, Wiltshire, England, John Waite
John Waite was Baptised at St Andrews Church, Wanborough, Wiltshire, England 27 Jun 1841.
 
1044
Church of England Cemetery, Rookwood, New South Wales, Australia, Alexander Kirkwood
Church of England Cemetery, Rookwood, New South Wales, Australia, Alexander Kirkwood
Alexander Kirkwood is buried at The Church of England Cemetery, Rookwood, New South Wales, Australia. His grave is located in Zone C, Plot 9, Grave number 483.
 
1045
Church of John the Baptist and St Helen, Wroughton, Wiltshire, England, Parish Records, Baptisms, Thomas Speck
Church of John the Baptist and St Helen, Wroughton, Wiltshire, England, Parish Records, Baptisms, Thomas Speck
Thomas Speck son of Richard and Flurmuthias Speck, baptised 18 Feb 1827, Church of John the Baptist and St Helen, Wroughton, Wiltshire, England.
 
1046
Church of John the Baptist and St Helen, Wroughton, Wiltshire, England, Parish Records, Marriages, Thomas Speck and Mary Dance.
Church of John the Baptist and St Helen, Wroughton, Wiltshire, England, Parish Records, Marriages, Thomas Speck and Mary Dance.
Thomas Speck Married Mary Dance 8 July 1872 at the Church of John the Baptist and St Helen, Wroughton, Wiltshire, England.
 
1047
Church of the Holy Cross, Chiseldon, Baptism Register Cynthia May Pearce
Church of the Holy Cross, Chiseldon, Baptism Register Cynthia May Pearce
Church of the Holy Cross, Chiseldon, Baptism Register 1909, Baptism No. 689, 13th June 1909, Cynthia May Pearce, daughter of William and Annie Maria Pearce.
 
1048
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
1049
Civil Birth Record - John Joseph Walters
Civil Birth Record - John Joseph Walters
John Joseph Walters born 16 Apr 1871 at 24 Bentinick Street, Belfast, Antrim, Ireland.
 
1050
Civil Construction Corps Register - Stewart Henry William Neal
Civil Construction Corps Register - Stewart Henry William Neal
Copy of the Civil Construction Corps Register details for Stewart Henry William Neal
 

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