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1551 Undercliffe was a suburb of Sydney until incorporation into Earlwood in 1993. Dillon, Agnes Mary (I12089)
1552 Undercliffe was a suburb of Sydney until incorporation into Earlwood in 1993. Moxham, John Albion (I12206)
1553 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Neal, U. (I8154)
1554 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Jones, V.I. (I5781)
1555 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Head, V.J. (I3887)
1556 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F1061
1557 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F1427
1558 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Tiller, V.E.H. (I1077)
1559 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F0452
1560 Verlie Lorraine Miller is the second child of Beryl Lorraine McCauley and Frank Richard Miller.
Verlie was born 0n 29 September 1942 at Sans Souci, New South Wales, Australia.
During the Second World War, her father was away, so she and her mother Beryl, went to live with their Aunty Rita Isaksen at 54 Carroll St Kogarah, New South Wales, Australia.
Her mother died on 27th October 1942 and Rita Isaksen looked after Verlie, then 1 month old, until 1945.
Verlie is remembered as a beautiful little girl, at the age of 7, she was a flower girl at her Aunty June Isaksen's Wedding to Neville Piggot in 1949.
On the 17 December, 1956 at age 14, Verlie had a fall and died. The fall constricted the vessel of the neck causing her death. She is buried at the Church of England Cemetery at Woronora, New South Wales, Australia 
Miller, Verlie Lorraine (I6267)
1561 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Perry, V.L. (I5193)
1562 Vi was known to many as Babe. She helped in her brother's shop during the war. Both Leo and Vi played for dances: she played the piano and he played the trumpet, clarinet or saxophone for 10 shillings a night during the depression, two or three nights a week. There were 5 in the band. Vi still played at 88 for her own entertainment. She was also a great reader. She was a cheerful and outgoing person with a lively sense of humour and was still making jokes with the hospital staff only moments before she died. They had no children. Wilson, Violet Dorothy (I5172)
1563 Vic did his schooling at Cummins, and on leaving school, worked in South Australian Railways, moving around Eyre Peninsula. He is now retired and lives in Adelaide, South Australia. (The Tucker Family in Australia, 1992) Murton, Victor Clement (I4769)
1564 Victorian Death Extract has place of death as "Sout" this could be an abbreviation of South Brighton or South Yarra or South Melbourne.
Plummer, Edwin Thomas (I8568)
1565 Violet was named after her three great Aunts, she wasnt really fond of her name and prefered to be called Vi. Kennedy, Violet May Agnes (I0003)
1566 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Jackson, V.D. (I6477)
1567 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Teakle, V. (I5515)
1568 Vivian is the twin Brother of Leonard Jack Smith.
Rex attended Adelaide High School, where he was very successful in rifle shooting competitions, after a rather poor primary education in the tiny school at Warnertown and worked all his life at the one place. he was chief accountant by the time he retired. he played the violin and piano as a young man. Later he played the trombone in the Unley Symphony Orchestra and competed in Ballarat competitions. He played for the silent movies at the picture theatre on Goodwood Road, Daws Park. He was also a most competent gardener and showed Dahlias for many years when he lived at Forest Gardens. He organized orchestras to play for Sunday School anniversaries in many Protestant churches in the Southern and Western District of Adelaide and conducted rehearsals with them. He was a keen golfer and bowler until he retired from these because of arthritis in his 80s. he was a steward and auditor for the Methodist (Uniting) Church and collected every year for the Bible Society even when he was in his 80s. He was an impeccably honest man and a thorough gentleman.
(The Tucker Family in Australia, 1992) 
Smith, Vivian Rex (I5175)
1569 Vivyan Martin Begg was died in a train accident at Woolloongong NSW in 1957. Begg, Vyvyan Martin (I9089)
1570 W W Campbell & Co was a furniture manufacturer, wholesaler and retailer established by William Webb Campbell (1861-1928) in 1886. Campbell learned the trade from his father, William Branch Campbell (1826-1906) who operated the company, W B Campbell, between about 1875 and 1883 from the 'Royal Furnishing Arcade' at 426 George Street. W B Campbell was a furnishing retailer and manufacturer of furniture and bedding. Upon William Branch?s retirement, the company passed to his sons, William Webb, Alfred Branch, Chas J. and Henry, and became known as Campbell Bros.

Campbell Brothers continued in business until around 1890, though W W Campbell & Co established its own shop front first in Castlereagh Street, then George Street and finally from around 1897 at 249 Clarence Street. W W Campbell & Co also seems to have taken over W B Campbell?s factory at Cowper Wharf Woolloomooloo where 60 to 70 workers were employed. By 1902 the furniture factory was located at Miller Street Pyrmont and an advertisement in the Sydney Sands directory stated that W W Campbell & Co were 'manufacturers of furniture, bedding, wire mattresses, and every description of bamboo rush and wicker furniture' and 'importers of British, American, Eastern furniture, bamboo blinds, chairs, lounges &c.' A catalogue from around 1900 (TCQ 749.20491 CAM) illustrates the company?s strong emphasis on cane furniture, with different types referred to either as bamboo, rush, wicker, rattan or pith.
By the mid-1920s when W W Campbell & Co issued a Furnishing the home catalogue (TCQ 749.20492 CAM) aimed especially at country residents, the company was selling a wider range of home furnishings including: carpets, linoleum and other floor coverings; mattresses, sheets, blankets and quilts; lamp shades, standard and table lamps; blinds, curtains, curtain rods and fixtures. A later catalogue from around 1939 entitled, Enjoy the comforts of a well furnished home (TCQ 749.20493 CAM), features all of the above furnishings while maintaining the company?s original strengths in cane and other furniture.

Another important aspect to Campbell's business was its wholesale trade. Until at least the late 1930s, W W Campbell & Co advertised themselves as 'Wholesale and retail furniture warehousemen'. Their catalogue from around 1925 stated that their sizeable wholesale trade enables them to buy on a large scale and sell at reasonable prices. In addition, the company claimed that their costs were kept to a minimum as they had "no expensive window-shows and heavy shop-rent" like other similar stores in Sydney. In fact, from around 1897 to the 1970s, W W Campbell & Co was located at 249 Clarence Street, behind the main furnishing precinct on George and later Pitt Streets. Even in the late 1930s after a major extension including an additional frontage on Kent Street, the building was still referred to as a warehouse.

W W Campbell & Co was taken over by Tallerman and Company Pty Ltd in 1967 but continued trading under the Campbell name until the early 1970s. 
Campbell, William Webb (I6529)
1571 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Mullan, W.A.J. (I4551)
1572 Walter Goss died at a private hospital in Manly, New South Wales, Australia. Goss, Walter Frederick (I9668)
1573 Walter Goss's funeral departed T Waugh and Co's Private Mortuary, Manly, New South Wales, 18 May 1923 for the Manly Cemetery. Goss, Walter Frederick (I9668)
1574 Walter rose through various offices to become President of the Mater Painters Association of South Australia. He served the trade for a long term in many offices notably as delegate at interstate trade conferences.
In his youth he was a basketballer of note in the Church Football Association until he was 40 holding various offices in that club. He eventually rose to President of that association, a position he held for many years. Later he was President of the controlling body of the Junior Union National Football League (Understood to be the forerunner of the present Amateur League) a position he also held for many years and was its representative on the South Australian National Football League. He was Also a goal umpire and on the tribunal for that league for a number of years and became President of the Umpires Association.
He played cricket and then graduated to umpiring for many years with the South Australian Cricket Association. He became President of the South Australian Cricket Umpires Association, a position he also held for many years representing South Australia at umpiring conventions and rule interpretations on an interstate basis.
He was active in the Masonic being a past Worshipful Master of MacDonnell Lodge and a past First Principal of the MacDonnell Chapter. He was heavily involved in the Scouting Movement until World War I.
In his youth he was a wrestler and finished, after completing an active career in competition circuit wrestling, as an instructor for the old O.B.O (Our Boys Institute in Wakefield Street, now demolished). He also rose to "Boss (leader) in the Kappa Sigma Pi Movement.
He was an original founding member of Maylands Church of Christ and was on its committee of management for many years. He was a lay preacher from his early twenties. His big interest was in Sunday School work and he was appointed to the "Flying Squad" which toured the state on weekends lecturing and advising on Sunday School work.
After the death of his wife and the maturity of his family, he went into the church of Christ ministry being Pastor of the Kersbrook Church for nine years, sometimes including the Williamstown Church. During this time he was involved in considerable ecumenical activities, often preaching as much in the Methodist Churches nearby and other denominations as much as he did in his own. (The Tucker Family in Australia, 1992) 
Matthews, Walter Tiller (I1008)
1575 Walter shares his grave with his beloved wife Emily. The grave site does not have a headstone and is located in the Church of England Section H, Grave 033 at the Manly Cemetery, New South Wales, Australia. Goss, Walter Frederick (I9668)
1576 Walter William Scott was born at Launceston on 3 Jan 1864 to the Hon. John Scott JP, MLC (1834-1890) and his wife Elizabeth Griffiths (1830-1918) who married in 1854. Walter was educated at the Launceston Church Grammar School and at the Eaglesfield School, Sydney. After his father's death in Jun 1890, Walter became a partner in the firm of Scott and Griffiths, well-known brewers in Launceston. He took a keen interest in music and learnt to play the violin under Professor Kowarzik. He was the leader of the Philharmonic Society, and played classical music at the Musical Union's popular concerts. He also gave his services on many occasions for charitable entertainment in Launceston.

Walter married 21 year old Cherry Pennefather on 12 May 1890 by the Rev William Law. They do not appear to have had any children. He died on 24 Aug 1900 at St John Street, Launceston. In her book A Fortune May be Made, Jai Paterson states that "...he bequeathed a pointedly small allowance to his wife...with his violin and the balance of his estate going to another lady!" 
Scott, Walter William (I8723)
1577 Walter worked in the orchard and market garden field from his earliest years and then as gardener for Sir Lloyd Dumas (Managing Director of the Advertiser Newspaper) before commencing on his own property at Hectorville, a market garden, orchard and poultry farm. He was one of the last to leave this field in that district as housing development encroached.
He played football for Maylands Football Club., progressing to inter-association level, and was invited to train with Norwood Football Club but the demands on his property and the need to earn his living, prevented further progression. He served on the committee as secretary of the Maylands Club. He also played cricket for Maylands and served on that committee. He was rejected as a volunteer in World War II. He was actively involved in the Masonic Lodge being a past Worshipful Master of Torrens Valley Lodge and held office continuously in various capacities for twelve consecutive years. He was a member of the Prospect Mark Lodge and delivered ritual work only four days before his death. He was a past First Principal of St. Peter's Royal Arch Chapter. He was also a past Most Wise Sovereign of Percy Chapter of Rose Croix of Heredom. He was an active member and worker in church affairs, being a lay preacher for many years, Sunday School teacher, and so on. He researched and wrote the history of the church in his district. (The Tucker Family in Australia, 1992) 
Matthews, Walter Bruce (I1010)
1578 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Smith, W.P. (I5167)
1579 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Packer, W.K. (I3756)
1580 Was Killed in Action during the Battle of Passchendaele II at Zillebeke, Ypres, Belgium during the First World War. Griffiths, William Harold (I7000)
1581 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Bakes, H.J. (I5294)
1582 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Campbell, A.W.E. (I2234)
1583 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Campbell, J.B.E. (I2233)
1584 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F1130
1585 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Clarke, W.K. (I2653)
1586 Went by the name of Ernest. Eatch, William Ernest (I0069)
1587 Wes and Nell Tiller went to Karkoo on the West Coast in the mid 1920s and farmed there until 1938. The salt lake on this land is still known as Tiller's Lake. Wes lost this farm during depression years because of a debt to stock agents of 140 pound. Farmers having larger debts were left on the land to work it through but smaller debts were easy to recoup by selling the properties. Wes served in both World War I and II and in the early 50s took up soldier settlement land at Greenways in the South East. Wes and Nell are buried in the Lucindale Cemetery. (The Tucker Family in Australia 1992) Tiller, William Wesley (I0388)
1588 Wesley went to Owen with his parents. He attended Pinery School, then studied Dentistry in Adelaide. He enlisted in WWII as a dental surgeon in the Army and served several yars after which he had a practice on North Terrace opposite the War Memorial. He was an honorary surgeon at the Children's Hospital for 20 years. His other main interest was motor bikes. (The Tucker Family in Australia, 1992) Marshman, Wesley Melvyn Tiller (I0655)
1589 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F1821
1590 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Perry, W.T. (I5202)
1591 What is the correct spelling of the name, Records are repeatedly coming up with two spelling "Kerney"and Kearney", both spellings referring to the same person. Kerney, John Joseph (I9621)
1592 When Jack Adams was a small boy he went to a cricket match with his father, his mother having gone to spend the afternoon with a Mrs Standley who lived nearby. During the course of the match Jack's bootlace came undone, and, as his father was out on the field, he apparently decided to find his mother to tie his bootlace. As much of the land around Pinery was either scrub or partially cleared, he soon became lost, and it was not until the match concluded that it was realized that he was missing, each parent believing he was with the other. A search party was soon organized, and most able-bodied people in the area participated with hurricane lamps and buggy lamps. The search continued all night, and it was not until after day-break he was found three or four miles west of Pinery. As snakes were rather plentiful in those days and the autumn nights were bitterly cold, it was considered that he was a lucky boy to survive the ordeal.
Jack had the misfortune to lose his father when he was only 7 but his mother was a very capable and resourceful woman and she managed to keep the farm going by doing dressmaking to help pay for the farm help. jack obtained his Compulsory Certificate at 11 and with his mother and some seasonal help, farmed the land originally taken up by his grandfather.
Jack later married and had four children but tragedy struck again and when his youngest child was 2 he lost his young wife who was only 33.
A great horse lover, he bred and owned some very useful show jumpers and usually kept a rather good team of horses for farm work. He later bred A.I.S cattle with some success and showed them at country and the Royal Shows.
Jack was a public-spirited man and took an interest in most aspects of community life, serving as Trustee of Grace Plains Church, President of Pinery Cricket Club, Secretary of Pinery School Committee, Trustee and committee man of both Pinery hall and S.M. Recreation Ground. He represented Pinery Ward on Owen District Council from 1934 until his death and was a Justice of the Peace for a similar period. He spent his entire life at "Tilada", and passed away in his 72nd year. (The Tucker Family in Australia, 1992) 
Adams, James (I0792)
1593 When Louisa died she was aged 1 year and 10 months. (The Tucker Family in Australia, 1992) Tucker, Louisa Aveline (I2462)
1594 Wilfred was born on the farm and resided there until his family left Kybunga to live at Croydon, for a short time. he alternated his schooling between Croydon and Kybunga Primary Schools. Eventually he started work, helping on the farm and also working for other locals and family. He helped on his uncle Inman Tucker's farm for some time, but over his life time he was a shearer, wheat-lumper, farmer and later in life became an electrician, working for the cotton spinner and weavers company Davies, Coop and Co at Kilkenny. He was also interested in sport, and played for many teams in cricket and football, At one period in his younger life he worked for the Telegraph Co, helping to erect telephone lines, especially round the Adelaide district and out at Kanmantoo. After his marriage he returned to live at Zulu Farm, and worked the land with his brother until he arranged a share-farming agreement with a local farmer, Walter Gardner.
He was always interested in motor cars and especially motor bikes, and would race the Harley Davidson motor bike and sidecar in races with other enthusiasts down the centre of Port road a t Croydon and Hindmarsh with his older brother, John, in the sidecar.
In 1959, he moved his family to live on a dairy farm at Mt Pleasant, where they remained for four years, during which time Wilfred was very sick with rheumatic fever, and had to sell the dairy farm, and move to Allenby Gardens, where he was employed at Davies, Coop. He died in Adelaide.

Death of W.T.T. Clarke 1967
The death occurred on Friday 205h in the Queen Elizabeth Hospital of Wilfred T. T. Clarke. He took ill on Wednesday, with a heart attack from which he did not recover. He was born at the Clarke homestead 62 years ago. He attended school at Kybunga and later at Croydon when his parents moved to Croydon in 1914. After leaving school he worked in Adelaide for a while... After the death of his father in 1921, he came back to the farm with his mother and brother F.J.W. Clarke. He spent several years share farming in the district and was married in 1929 to Miss M Farquhar of Watervale and lived on the property of W.R. Garner at which farm he was working. Later he left the district and purchased a dairy farm at Mount Pleasant. This district being of a wet nature, did not agree with his health; he sold and went to live at Allenby Gardens where he worked as an electrician till his death. Mr Clarke was interested in church work and was a trustee of the Kybunga Methodist Church and helped erect the Sunday School attached to the church. He was widely known in the sporting world with the nickname of 'Spud' Clarke. A footballer of some merit, having represented the Stanley Association against several League Football teams as a rover. He was also captain of the Kybunga team and later played with the Wooroora Association with the combined Kybunga/Hoyleton side. Before leaving Adelaide he played League Football with the Torrens 'B' grade. His keenness for the game was shown when he rode his pony one Saturday morning from Croydon to Balaklava to play football for his club. He was also an accomplished cricketer. He was buried in the Centennial Park Cemetery. The Rev. Bandcliff of the Croydon Church of Christ was the officiating minister. His nephew, Mr Reg Sulley, Ralph Clarke, Keven Clarke and Aver Clarke were pall bearers. To his widow and family, Allan (Parkhome,South Australia), Reg (lockleys, South Australia) and Shirley (Mrs V Little, Allenby Gardens, South Australia) we offer our condolences in their sad loss. (The Tucker Family in Australia, 1992) 
Clarke, Wilfred Tennyson Tucker (I2552)
1595 Wilhelm A Bottcher was the third child of Wilhelm and Wilhelmina Bottcher (n. Dahn). He was born on 20th November 1885 in Prussia Germany. He was One year and ( months old when the family arrived in Brisbane, Qld, Australia.

Sometime before he married in 1907 he changed his name William Butcher. He Married Ellen Brooks on 2nd November 1907 at the Methodist Church, St Peters, New South Wales, Australia.

William and Ellen had four children Frederick William, Vera Ellen, Dulcie Mary and Hazel Edna.

The family were living at 223 Denison St Dulwich Hill when their six year old Daughter Vera, died of Acute Appendicitis and peritonitis on the 7th December 1917.

For a short period of time William worked at the Brick Works. On leaving there, he was employed by the Water board for the next 50 years. He was employed mainly doing underground construction work.

William suffering from lung disease for 20 years and a heart condition for a year and on 7th of September 1962, he died.

Family and Friends farewelled him at the Rookwood Crematorium. 
B÷ttcher, Wilhelm August Christian (I2437)
1596 Wilhelm and Wilhelmina children have three variations of surnames.

The first variation is B÷ttcher

All the children born in Prussia have this surname.

The Second variation is Burcher,

This came about because the pronunciation of B÷ttcher is Bur-cher. I can only assume when the midwife asked their surname she spelled it as it sounded and we have Burcher.

Third variation is Butcher

I can only assume that once again the midwife spelled the surname as it sounded but her handwriting was bad and it was transcribed into the records at Butcher instead of Burcher
B÷ttcher, Wilhelm August Christian (I2437)
1597 Wilhelm August Christian Bottcher was born in December 1860 Prenzlou, Kleinow Province, Brandenburg State, Prussia. His father was Christian Bottcher who was a boilermaker and his mother was Christina (or Freda) Reibow. He married Wilhelmina Louise Christine Dahn on the 18th Nov 1881 in Blankenburg, near Berlin,in Brandenburg, Prussia.
B÷ttcher, Wilhelm August Christian (I2433)
1598 Wilhelmina (Minnie) Augusta Bottcher is the eighth child of Wilhelm and Wilhelmina Bottcher (n. Dahn). She was born on 26th November 1894 at 1 Park St Camperdown, New South Wales.
At the age of 20 she married James William Edward McCauley, son of Thomas McCauley and Louise Matthews. They were married on 10th October 1914 at the Methodist Church, Glebe, New South Wales. Minnie lived in Glebe, working as a machinist in the shoe industry during this period.
In 1916 Minnie's husband, James McCauley, at the age of 23yrs joined the Army. At this time they had two children James W Thomas McCauley and Beryl Lorraine McCauley and were living with James's parents at 57 Gladstone St Enmore.
At the end of World War I and only a few days after Armistice Day Minnie lost her husband. He died on the 19 November 1918 in France of Broncho-Pneumonia.
Five years later, on 25th August 1923, Minnie remarried at the age of 27yrs. She married Robert Houston at the Methodist Church at Stanmore, New South Wales. Her Children, James was 8yrs and Beryle was 7yrs. Their witnesses were Minnie's brother Rudolph and Nils Isaksen. Nils and Robert were friends since about 1921 and worked together on various jobs.
Minnie and Robert moved to 429 Rocky Point Rd, Sans Souci and in 1924 they had a daughter Jean Rita Houston.
In the years that followed, when the children were young Minnie made their clothing. Here interests were crocheting and cooking.
During the depression years, Minnie worked in her trade as a shoe maker working at McMurtrie's at Redfern, making the uppers. During the depression years, because women s wages were less, women were working doing what had previously been men's work. Whilst Rita was at work, her younger sister Rita looked after Jean. They were always very close friends.
Minnie and Bob had a Piano at Rocky Point Rd and occasionally they would have musical nights. Uncle Rudi sang, Jimmie McCauley played the saxophone, Bob Houston played the piano and one of their friends played the violin. There were many memorable New Years Eve Parties at Bob & Minnie's place.
At the age of 70, whilst staying with her sister Rita at 45 Toyer Ave Sans Souci, Minnie died on 15th December 1964.
B÷ttcher, Wilhelmina Augusta (I2441)
1599 William and Beatrice were divorced, date unknown. Family F0738
1600 William Arthur Duffield's date of death inscribed on the headstone is incorrect, both the cemetery records and the official state record have the date of death in 1970 not 1971. Duffield, William Arthur (I11577)

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