Charles Richard Dunn

M, #7761, b. 1873
FatherEdward John Dunn b. 3 Mar 1840, d. 5 Mar 1898
MotherHannah J Barnett b. 19 Apr 1844, d. 27 Nov 1916
Relationships3rd cousin 2 times removed of Robert Mote
2nd great-grandson of James Thomas John Bean

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth1873Charles Richard Dunn was born in 1873 at Ryde, NSW, Australia.1
He was the son of Edward John Dunn and Hannah J Barnett.
Marriage1915Charles Richard was married to Mary R Jamison in 1915 at Mosman, NSW, Australia.2
MarriageCharles Richard was married to May Unknown.2

Family with

Mary R Jamison
Child
ChartsIndented Descendant Chart - Thomas Beane
Box Descendant Chart - Thomas Beane
Last Edited6 Jul 2000

Citations

  1. [S2] Index of BDM records, NSW BDM, Place of Birth Registration: Ryde; Year: 1873; No: 18180.
  2. [S139] Perry McIntyre & Adele Cathro, Thomas Dunn's Descendants, page: 174.

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Alice Mary Dunn

F, #7762, b. 1875, d. 1942
FatherEdward John Dunn b. 3 Mar 1840, d. 5 Mar 1898
MotherHannah J Barnett b. 19 Apr 1844, d. 27 Nov 1916
Relationships3rd cousin 2 times removed of Robert Mote
2nd great-granddaughter of James Thomas John Bean

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth1875Alice Mary Dunn was born in 1875 at Ryde, NSW, Australia.1
She was the daughter of Edward John Dunn and Hannah J Barnett.
Death1942Alice Mary Dunn died in 1942.2
ChartsIndented Descendant Chart - Thomas Beane
Box Descendant Chart - Thomas Beane
Last Edited12 Sep 1999

Citations

  1. [S2] Index of BDM records, NSW BDM, Place of Birth Registration: Ryde; Year: 1875; No: 19156.
  2. [S49] Lynn Smith, "Thomas Beane", Record #70.

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Edward Henry Dunn

M, #7763, b. 10 September 1877, d. 26 February 1959
FatherEdward John Dunn b. 3 Mar 1840, d. 5 Mar 1898
MotherHannah J Barnett b. 19 Apr 1844, d. 27 Nov 1916
Relationships3rd cousin 2 times removed of Robert Mote
2nd great-grandson of James Thomas John Bean

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth10 September 1877Edward Henry Dunn was born on Monday, 10 September 1877 at Hunters Hill, NSW, Australia.1,2
He was the son of Edward John Dunn and Hannah J Barnett.
Marriage23 August 1911Edward Henry was married to Mary Ellen England, daughter of John England and Mary Ellen Lambert, on Wednesday, 23 August 1911 at St Clements Church, Marrickville, NSW, Australia.
Death26 February 1959Edward Henry Dunn died on Thursday, 26 February 1959 at Sydney, NSW, Australia, at age 81.

Other Details

LabelDateDetails
Occupation1898Edward Henry Dunn took over running the Tom Uglys punt in 1898 after his father's death.3
Occupationcirca 1907He was appointed as an engine driver at John Vicar's Woollen Mills at Marrickville circa 1907.3

Family with

Mary Ellen England b. 16 Oct 1888, d. 13 Jun 1975
Child
ChartsIndented Descendant Chart - Thomas Beane
Box Descendant Chart - Thomas Beane
Last Edited6 Jul 2000

Citations

  1. [S2] Index of BDM records, NSW BDM, Place of Birth Registration: Ryde; Year: 1877; No: 20160.
  2. [S139] Perry McIntyre & Adele Cathro, Thomas Dunn's Descendants, page: 174.
  3. [S139] Perry McIntyre & Adele Cathro, Thomas Dunn's Descendants, page: 50.

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Henry James Dunn

M, #7764, b. 1881
FatherEdward John Dunn b. 3 Mar 1840, d. 5 Mar 1898
MotherHannah J Barnett b. 19 Apr 1844, d. 27 Nov 1916
Relationships3rd cousin 2 times removed of Robert Mote
2nd great-grandson of James Thomas John Bean

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth1881Henry James Dunn was born in 1881 at Ryde, NSW, Australia.1
He was the son of Edward John Dunn and Hannah J Barnett.
Marriage1904Henry James was married to Louisa M Barnett in 1904 at St Leonards, NSW, Australia.2

Family with

Louisa M Barnett
Children
ChartsIndented Descendant Chart - Thomas Beane
Box Descendant Chart - Thomas Beane
Last Edited6 Jul 2000

Citations

  1. [S2] Index of BDM records, NSW BDM, Place of Birth Registration: Ryde; Year: 1881; No: 14222.
  2. [S139] Perry McIntyre & Adele Cathro, Thomas Dunn's Descendants, page: 174.

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Frederick Thomas Dunn

M, #7765, b. 1879
FatherEdward John Dunn b. 3 Mar 1840, d. 5 Mar 1898
MotherHannah J Barnett b. 19 Apr 1844, d. 27 Nov 1916
Relationships3rd cousin 2 times removed of Robert Mote
2nd great-grandson of James Thomas John Bean

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth1879Frederick Thomas Dunn was born in 1879 at Ryde, NSW, Australia.1
He was the son of Edward John Dunn and Hannah J Barnett.
ChartsIndented Descendant Chart - Thomas Beane
Box Descendant Chart - Thomas Beane
Last Edited12 Sep 1999

Citations

  1. [S2] Index of BDM records, NSW BDM, Place of Birth Registration: Ryde; Year: 1879; No: 22822.

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Albert G Dunn

M, #7766, b. 1883
FatherEdward John Dunn b. 3 Mar 1840, d. 5 Mar 1898
MotherHannah J Barnett b. 19 Apr 1844, d. 27 Nov 1916
Relationships3rd cousin 2 times removed of Robert Mote
2nd great-grandson of James Thomas John Bean

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth1883Albert G Dunn was born in 1883 at Ryde, NSW, Australia.1
He was the son of Edward John Dunn and Hannah J Barnett.
ChartsIndented Descendant Chart - Thomas Beane
Box Descendant Chart - Thomas Beane
Last Edited12 Sep 1999

Citations

  1. [S2] Index of BDM records, NSW BDM, Place of Birth Registration: Ryde; Year: 1883; No: 16049.

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Leslie W Dunn

M, #7767, b. 1886
FatherEdward John Dunn b. 3 Mar 1840, d. 5 Mar 1898
MotherHannah J Barnett b. 19 Apr 1844, d. 27 Nov 1916
Relationships3rd cousin 2 times removed of Robert Mote
2nd great-grandson of James Thomas John Bean

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth1886Leslie W Dunn was born in 1886 at Ryde, NSW, Australia.1
He was the son of Edward John Dunn and Hannah J Barnett.
ChartsIndented Descendant Chart - Thomas Beane
Box Descendant Chart - Thomas Beane
Last Edited12 Sep 1999

Citations

  1. [S2] Index of BDM records, NSW BDM, Place of Birth Registration: Ryde; Year: 1886; No: 19253.

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John Edward Dunn

M, #7768, b. 4 July 1912
FatherEdward Henry Dunn b. 10 Sep 1877, d. 26 Feb 1959
MotherMary Ellen England b. 16 Oct 1888, d. 13 Jun 1975
Relationships4th cousin 1 time removed of Robert Mote
3rd great-grandson of James Thomas John Bean

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth4 July 1912John Edward Dunn was born on Thursday, 4 July 1912 at Sydenham, NSW, Australia.
He was the son of Edward Henry Dunn and Mary Ellen England.

Also Known As

DescriptionDateName
NicknameJohn Edward Dunn was often called Jack.
ChartsIndented Descendant Chart - Thomas Beane
Box Descendant Chart - Thomas Beane
Last Edited9 Sep 2016

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Mary Ellen England

F, #7769, b. 16 October 1888, d. 13 June 1975
FatherJohn England b. 5 Jul 1857
MotherMary Ellen Lambert b. 7 May 1856

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth16 October 1888Mary Ellen England was born on Tuesday, 16 October 1888 at Newtown, NSW, Australia.1
She was the daughter of John England and Mary Ellen Lambert.
Marriage23 August 1911Mary Ellen was married to Edward Henry Dunn, son of Edward John Dunn and Hannah J Barnett, on Wednesday, 23 August 1911 at St Clements Church, Marrickville, NSW, Australia.
Death13 June 1975Mary Ellen England died on Friday, 13 June 1975 at New Zealand at age 86.

Also Known As

DescriptionDateName
Married Name1911As of 23 August 1911, her married name was Dunn.

Family with

Edward Henry Dunn b. 10 Sep 1877, d. 26 Feb 1959
Child
ChartsIndented Descendant Chart - Thomas Beane
Box Descendant Chart - Thomas Beane
Last Edited14 Jul 2000

Citations

  1. [S139] Perry McIntyre & Adele Cathro, Thomas Dunn's Descendants, page: 193.

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Reverend Daniel James Draper

M, #7770, b. 28 August 1810, d. 11 January 1866

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth28 August 1810Reverend Daniel James Draper was born on Tuesday, 28 August 1810 at England.1
Marriage1 October 1835Daniel James was married to Sarah Webb on Thursday, 1 October 1835 at Parish Church, Wickham, Hampshire, England.
Marriage10 July 1839Daniel James was married to Elizabeth Shelley, daughter of William Shelley and Elizabeth Bean, on Wednesday, 10 July 1839 at St John's Church of England, Parramatta, NSW, Australia.2
Death11 January 1866Reverend Daniel James Draper died on Thursday, 11 January 1866 at Bay of Biscay at age 55; when the ship London sank on a return trip from England.2

Voyages

DateDetails
30 December 1865Reverend Daniel James Draper was a passenger aboard The Steam Ship London which sailed from Gravesend, England, on Saturday, 30 December 1865

     The Shipwreck of the "LONDON" - 1866

Many years have elapsed since we have had to record a disaster at sea so terrible in it's details, and involving so wholesale a sacrifice of life, as that which we have today to announce. The event will appear the more appalling to our readers from the fact that a brief ten days ago every one of that ill-fated band of men, women, and children, whose corpses now lie far beneath the ocean wave, were living, active, hopeful, and were gazing on the hills that shut in the Plymouth sound.

Intelligence reached Falmouth yesterday that the fine Australian passenger vessel, the 'London', foundered at sea on Thursday last, and that of her crew and passengers, 289 all told, the only survivors, nineteen in number, had landed at the westermost Channel port. The particulars of the occurrence, as gained from the few who have been left to tell the tale, we proceed to give.

The 'London' was one of the newest and finest of the Australian passenger ships belonging to Messrs. Money, Wigram, and Co., by which eminent firm she was built at their yard at Blackwall.

She was of 1,752 tons register, and was fitted with an auxiliary screw, her engines being of '800 horsepower indicated. She was built in pursuance of the plan for steaming to Australia round the Southern Capes, and she has been lost while on her third voyage to Melbourne.

On her two previous voyages her great excellence as passenger ship has attracted to her a full compliment of passengers- a somewhat greater number even than accompanied her on her present disastrous voyage, and her performances have fully realised the high expectations which were entertained respecting her. Her estimated value, exclusive of a full and valuable cargo was from 70,000 pounds to 80,000 pounds.

She was commanded by Captain J. Bohun Martin, a gentleman in the prime of life, who not only gained a more than ordinary share of respect from the thousands of passengers that had crossed the ocean under his care, but was reputed to be one of the smartest and most trustworthy of the officers employed in the Australian fleet of Messrs. Wigram, of which he was a senior captain. He had previously for several years been engaged in Colonial trade. He was unmarried, having made his ship his inseparable companion, and receiving in the cordial friendship of the passengers who had sailed with him a reward for that assiduous attention to their comfort and safety to which he had ever displayed.

On the 30th of December, under the care of Captain Martin, the 'London' left Gravesend, and encountered on her passage down Channel such severe weather that she was compelled for a short time to take shelter at Spithead. She arrived at Plymouth on the 4th instant, and embarked a large number of passengers, an unusually large proportion of whom were old colonists returning to Australia; who had been awaiting her arrival at the various hotels at Plymouth.

In addition to sixty cabin passengers, she had on board about one hundred and forty second and third-class passengers, which, with the crew of about ninety, made up her compliment of 289 souls on board. The passengers were embarked under the super-intendance of Messrs. J.B. Wilcocks and Co., emigration and shipping agents, of Plymouth. One only, Miss Penny Batchelor, of Union-street, Stonehouse, was from the immediate neighborhood of Plymouth, but there was a large sprinkling of Cornish men and women.
Thus admirably equipped and fully freighted, the London sailed from Plymouth Sound on Saturday, the 6th inst. On the following day she encountered very heavy weather, with rain; boisterous and unsettled weather continuing on the 8th. This increased next day to a gale, during which a series of minor disasters befell her .

The jib-boom ,fore-topmast, top-gallantmast and royal-mast were carried away, and the port lifeboat was washed overboard and lost. This was in the morning, and as the storm was giving no signs of abatement she was at three o'clock next morning put about, Captain Martin intending to run back to Plymouth to refit. About this time, a tremendous sea, which terrified even the most hardened seamen, broke on board, doing great damage; the star-board lifeboat was carried away by the wave, and the cutter stove in.

At noon an observation was taken, the ship being then 46.48 N., and longitude 8.7 West-viz., in the Bay of Biscay, about 200 miles southwest of Land's End. The violent weather continued, and at half-past ten on Wednesday night the ship rolled and pitched fearfully, and shipped such quantities of water on deck as to carry away the engine-room hatch, and the water soon found it's way into the engine-room, putting out the fires, and thus stopping the engines. The pumps were kept incessantly going the whole night, all the passengers who were capable of rendering any help working with the utmost energy to assist the crew to keep the ship afloat, by bailing with buckets in addition to the pumps.

During that frightful night - it will be remembered when thirty vessels were driven ashore in Torbay- the gale increased, if possible, in violence every hour, until it assumed the character of a hurricane, with a fearful cross sea, which incessantly made clean breaches over the hapless vessel. The utmost efforts were made, but without avail, to secure the engine-room hatch, and about four a.m. the stern ports were stove in by the sea, and the exertions made to close them up again were wholly useless. The passengers and crew this whole time behaved exceedingly well, and worked orderly with an energy which showed it was for their lives they strove. But the wa'er continued to increase and all command of the ship was lost, until it became evident that further effort was hopeless.

It was then, at ten o'clock on the morning of that fatal Thursday, that Captain Martin had the terrible task of making known to the 200 passengers that the ship was sinking, and they must prepare for the worst. She was then as low in the water as the main chains. An effort was then made to lower the boats, and the starboard iron pinnance was lowered, with five men aboard her, one of them being a passenger from Penzance. In the terrific sea prevailing she was quickly swamped, and went down, but the five men in her were got on board the ship. This catastrophe had the effect of intimidating the crew from attempting to launch the three remaining boats, and all on board began to realise the dreadful fate which impended.

The whole of the passengers and crew gathered as with one consent to the chief saloon, and having been told calmly by Captain Martin that there was no hope left, a remarkable and unanimous spirit of resignation came over them at once. There was no screaming or shrieking by women or men, no rushing on deck, or frantic cries, all calmly resorted to the saloon, where the Rev. Mr. Draper, one of the passengers, prayed aloud, and exhorted the unhappy creatures by whom he was surrounded. Dismay was present to every heart but disorder to none. Mothers were weeping sadly over the little ones about with them to be engulfed, and the children, ignorant of their coming death, were pitifully enquiring the cause of so much woe. Friends were taking leave of friends, as if preparing for a long journey, others were crouched down with Bibles in their hands, endeavoring to snatch consolation from passages long known or long neglected.

Incredible, we are told, was the composure which, under such circumstances, reigned around. Captain Martin stationed himself in the poop, going occasionally forward, or into the saloon; but to none could he offer a word of comfort, by telling then that their safety was even probable. He joined now and then for a few moments in the public devotions, but his place to the last was on the deck.

About two o'clock in the afternoon, the water gaining fast on the ship, and no signs of the storm subsiding being apparent, a small band of men determined to trust themselves to the mercy of the waves in a boat rather that go down without a struggle. Leaving the saloon, therefore, they got out and lowered the port cutter, into which sixteen of the crew and 3 of the passengers succeeded in getting, and in launching her clear of the ship. These nineteen men shouted to the captain to come with them, but with that heroic courage which was his chief characteristic, he declined to go with them, saying, " No, I will go down with the passengers; but I wish you God speed and safe to land."

The boat then pulled away, tossing about helplessly on the crests of the gigantic waves. Scarcely had they gone eighty yards, or been five minutes off the deck, when the fine steamer went down stern foremost with her crowd of human beings, from whom one confused cry of helpless terror arose, and all was silent forever.

Mention was made on Wednesday of the Rev. Mr. Draper's exhortations to the unhappy people in the chief saloon. The women sat around him reading Bibles with the children, and occasionally some man or woman would step up to Mr. Draper and say, "Pray with me Mr. Draper," -a request that was always complied with. Up to the time the ship went down the reverend gentlemen ministered to those among whom he moved constantly. He was heard to say repeatedly, "Oh, God, may those that are not converted be converted now- hundreds of them!"
After the pinnace had got away from the 'London', and in a brief interval before she foundered, a rush was seen to be made to the two remaining boats, but the efforts to launch them were ineffectual, and the suddenness of the foundering at last- the 'London' being an iron ship- prevented what might have been a successful second attempt to save a few more lives. The nineteen survivors, in their little life boat, were driven before the gale in the Bay of Biscay all that Thursday afternoon, and evening, and night, tossed on the back of tremendous seas, and when daylight on Friday morning came there was still no rescue, nor much hope of living out the gale. At about eleven a.m. on Friday, the 12th, however, a vessel hove in sight, and the attention of it's crew being attracted to the boat were picked up, after twenty hours' exposure to the pitiless winds and waves.

The vessel proved to be the 'Marianople', Captain Carasa, an Italian barque, on board which the survivors received the utmost attention and kindness, and from which they were put ashore at Falmouth yesterday afternoon, the chief engineer and three passengers at once proceeded on to London by the small train.

Some hair-breadth escapes in connection with this disaster are already known. A lady who was desirous of proceeding from Plymouth with her family to Melbourne by the 'London' had made repeated pressing applications to the owners agents at Plymouth, and the captain had been consulted, but, fortunately for the applicant, had declared that his cabins were so full that he could not possibly accommodate her, a result that, at that time, caused her much disappointment. A second-class male passenger was so alarmed at the rough weather which the 'London' encountered on her way down to Plymouth, that immediately on her arrival to that port he came ashore, resigned his passage, and went back to his home, thus unwittingly saving his life. A young man, as the result of some family quarrel, left his home, and took a passage by the London. He was advertised for the times, and importuned to return, his friends being unaware of his whereabouts. Messengers were sent down to Plymouth , and an influential shipbroker in the town was employed to intercept him should he attempt to sail thence. Fortunately he was detected amongst the passengers of the London, and his family communicated with by the broker, the result of which that a brother of the young man came down to Plymouth, and persuaded the would-be emigrant to forego his voyage.

From the The Belfast Gazette.1866.

Other Details

LabelDateDetails
ReligionReverend Daniel James Draper and Elizabeth Shelley were Church of England.
Article1859In 1859 Rev. Draper was elected fifth president of the Australian Wesleyan Methodist Conference and was the moving spirit behind the establishment of Wesley College, Melbourne.3

Family with

Sarah Webb b. 1810, d. 16 Feb 1838
Children
ChartsIndented Descendant Chart - Thomas Beane
Box Descendant Chart - Thomas Beane
Descendant Chart - John Shelley
Last Edited1 Mar 2009

Citations

  1. [S62] Geof Shelley, Shelley/Bean tree, record # 1.
  2. [S49] Lynn Smith, "Thomas Beane", Record #4.
  3. [S148] Jean Caswell Benson, A Wide Spectrum.

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Robert H Beecroft

M, #7771, b. 1873, d. 1873
FatherMontague Colville Wiltshire Beecroft b. 4 Dec 1841, d. 18 Dec 1889
MotherEmily Jane Dunn b. 25 Sep 1851, d. 12 Nov 1933
Relationships3rd cousin 2 times removed of Robert Mote
2nd great-grandson of James Thomas John Bean

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth1873Robert H Beecroft was born in 1873 at Paddington, NSW, Australia.1
Death1873He died in 1873 at Paddington, NSW.2
He was the son of Montague Colville Wiltshire Beecroft and Emily Jane Dunn.

Other Details

LabelDateDetails
End-LineRobert H Beecroft has no known descendants.
ChartsIndented Descendant Chart - Thomas Beane
Box Descendant Chart - Thomas Beane
Last Edited12 Sep 1999

Citations

  1. [S2] Index of BDM records, NSW BDM, Place of Birth Registration: Paddington; Year: 1873; No: 4576.
  2. [S49] Lynn Smith, "Thomas Beane", Record #69.

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Minnie E Beecroft

F, #7772, b. 1874, d. 8 December 1894
FatherMontague Colville Wiltshire Beecroft b. 4 Dec 1841, d. 18 Dec 1889
MotherEmily Jane Dunn b. 25 Sep 1851, d. 12 Nov 1933
Relationships3rd cousin 2 times removed of Robert Mote
2nd great-granddaughter of James Thomas John Bean

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth1874Minnie E Beecroft was born in 1874 at Paddington, NSW, Australia.1
She was the daughter of Montague Colville Wiltshire Beecroft and Emily Jane Dunn.
Death8 December 1894Minnie E Beecroft died on Saturday, 8 December 1894 at Sydney, NSW, Australia.1,2
ChartsIndented Descendant Chart - Thomas Beane
Box Descendant Chart - Thomas Beane
Last Edited13 Jul 2000

Citations

  1. [S49] Lynn Smith, "Thomas Beane", Record #69.
  2. [S61] Barbara Pardey, "Rose Bean Family," e-mail to Lynn Smith then Robert Mote, 5 July 1999.

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Ann Elizabeth Beecroft

F, #7773, b. 1880
FatherMontague Colville Wiltshire Beecroft b. 4 Dec 1841, d. 18 Dec 1889
MotherEmily Jane Dunn b. 25 Sep 1851, d. 12 Nov 1933
Relationships3rd cousin 2 times removed of Robert Mote
2nd great-granddaughter of James Thomas John Bean

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth1880Ann Elizabeth Beecroft was born in 1880 at Sydney, NSW, Australia.1
She was the daughter of Montague Colville Wiltshire Beecroft and Emily Jane Dunn.
Marriage1897Ann Elizabeth was married to Alexander Craighead in 1897 at Glebe, NSW, Australia.2,3

Also Known As

DescriptionDateName
Married Name1897As of 1897, her married name was Craighead.2

Family with

Alexander Craighead
Children
ChartsIndented Descendant Chart - Thomas Beane
Box Descendant Chart - Thomas Beane
Last Edited26 Feb 2000

Citations

  1. [S2] Index of BDM records, NSW BDM, Place of Birth Registration: Sydney; Year: 1880; No: 1444.
  2. [S61] Barbara Pardey, "Rose Bean Family," e-mail to Lynn Smith then Robert Mote, 5 July 1999.
  3. [S2] Index of BDM records, NSW BDM, Place of Registration: Glebe; Year of registration: 1897 ; Registration Number: 5392.
  4. [S139] Perry McIntyre & Adele Cathro, Thomas Dunn's Descendants, page: 187.

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Richard A Beecroft

M, #7774, b. 1882
FatherMontague Colville Wiltshire Beecroft b. 4 Dec 1841, d. 18 Dec 1889
MotherEmily Jane Dunn b. 25 Sep 1851, d. 12 Nov 1933
Relationships3rd cousin 2 times removed of Robert Mote
2nd great-grandson of James Thomas John Bean

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth1882Richard A Beecroft was born in 1882 at Sydney, NSW, Australia.1
He was the son of Montague Colville Wiltshire Beecroft and Emily Jane Dunn.
Marriage1906Richard A was married to Deborah Buckley in 1906 at Balmain South, NSW, Australia.1
ChartsIndented Descendant Chart - Thomas Beane
Box Descendant Chart - Thomas Beane
Last Edited15 Oct 1999

Citations

  1. [S49] Lynn Smith, "Thomas Beane", Record #69.

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Frederick T Beecroft

M, #7775, b. 1885, d. 17 March 1926
FatherMontague Colville Wiltshire Beecroft b. 4 Dec 1841, d. 18 Dec 1889
MotherEmily Jane Dunn b. 25 Sep 1851, d. 12 Nov 1933
Relationships3rd cousin 2 times removed of Robert Mote
2nd great-grandson of James Thomas John Bean

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth1885Frederick T Beecroft was born in 1885 at Sydney, NSW, Australia.1
He was the son of Montague Colville Wiltshire Beecroft and Emily Jane Dunn.
Marriage1905Frederick T was married to Edith Alice Smith in 1905 at Sydney, NSW.2
Death17 March 1926Frederick T Beecroft died on Wednesday, 17 March 1926 at Balmain North, NSW, Australia.2,3
ChartsIndented Descendant Chart - Thomas Beane
Box Descendant Chart - Thomas Beane
Last Edited15 Oct 1999

Citations

  1. [S2] Index of BDM records, NSW BDM, Place of Birth Registration: Sydney; Year: 1885; No: 1415.
  2. [S49] Lynn Smith, "Thomas Beane", Record #69.
  3. [S61] Barbara Pardey, "Rose Bean Family," e-mail to Lynn Smith then Robert Mote, 5 July 1999.

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Violet M Beecroft

F, #7776, b. 1887
FatherMontague Colville Wiltshire Beecroft b. 4 Dec 1841, d. 18 Dec 1889
MotherEmily Jane Dunn b. 25 Sep 1851, d. 12 Nov 1933
Relationships3rd cousin 2 times removed of Robert Mote
2nd great-granddaughter of James Thomas John Bean

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth1887Violet M Beecroft was born in 1887 at Sydney, NSW, Australia.1,2
She was the daughter of Montague Colville Wiltshire Beecroft and Emily Jane Dunn.
ChartsIndented Descendant Chart - Thomas Beane
Box Descendant Chart - Thomas Beane
Last Edited12 Sep 1999

Citations

  1. [S49] Lynn Smith, "Thomas Beane", Record #69.
  2. [S61] Barbara Pardey, "Rose Bean Family," e-mail to Lynn Smith then Robert Mote, 5 July 1999.

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John William Struck

M, #7777, b. 26 March 1860, d. 15 November 1941
FatherJohann Carl A Struck1 b. "21 Oct 1830/5", d. 29 Oct 1909
MotherHannah Cronin1 b. "10 July 1838/42", d. 19 Sep 1905

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth26 March 1860John William Struck was born on Monday, 26 March 1860 at Brighton, Melbourne, VIC, Australia.1,2
He was the son of Johann Carl A Struck and Hannah Cronin.1
Marriage1880John William was married to Mary Ann Brady in 1880 at Sydney, NSW, Australia.3
Marriage30 December 1896John William was married to Alice Jane Beecroft, daughter of Montague Colville Wiltshire Beecroft and Emily Jane Dunn, on Wednesday, 30 December 1896 at St John's Church of England, Parramatta, NSW, Australia.4,1
Death15 November 1941John William Struck died on Saturday, 15 November 1941 at Rozelle, NSW, Australia, at age 81.1,2

Other Details

LabelDateDetails
OccupationJohn William Struck was a wharf labourer.1

Family with 1

Mary Ann Brady
Children

Family with 2

Alice Jane Beecroft b. 7 Jun 1878, d. 23 Jul 1963
Children
ChartsIndented Descendant Chart - Thomas Beane
Box Descendant Chart - Thomas Beane
Last Edited2 Jul 2000

Citations

  1. [S61] Barbara Pardey, "Rose Bean Family," e-mail to Lynn Smith then Robert Mote, 5 July 1999.
  2. [S139] Perry McIntyre & Adele Cathro, Thomas Dunn's Descendants, page: 191.
  3. [S2] Index of BDM records, NSW BDM, Place of Registration: Sydney, Registration Year: 1880, Registration Number: 1201.
  4. [S2] Index of BDM records, NSW BDM, Place of Registration: Glebe
    Registration Year: 1896
    Page Number: 7350.
  5. [S2] Index of BDM records, NSW BDM, Place of Registration: Sydney, Registration Year: 1880, Registration Number: 3553.
  6. [S2] Index of BDM records, NSW BDM, Place of Registration: Sydney, Registration Year: 1903, Registration Number: 191.
  7. [S2] Index of BDM records, NSW BDM, Place of Registration: Sydney, Registration Year: 1908, Registration Number: 11124.

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Eileen Struck1

F, #7778, b. 1913, d. 10 December 1972
FatherJohn William Struck b. 26 Mar 1860, d. 15 Nov 1941
MotherAlice Jane Beecroft b. 7 Jun 1878, d. 23 Jul 1963
Relationships4th cousin 1 time removed of Robert Mote
3rd great-granddaughter of James Thomas John Bean

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth1913Eileen Struck was born in 1913 at Balmain South, NSW, Australia.1
She was the daughter of John William Struck and Alice Jane Beecroft.
Death10 December 1972Eileen Struck died on Sunday, 10 December 1972 at Sydney, NSW, Australia.2

Also Known As

DescriptionDateName
Name VariationEileen Struck was also known as Irene May.2
NicknameEileen Struck was often called Rene.
Married Name1941As of 1941, her married name was Simmonds.2
ChartsIndented Descendant Chart - Thomas Beane
Box Descendant Chart - Thomas Beane
Last Edited22 Aug 1999

Citations

  1. [S2] Index of BDM records, NSW BDM, Place of Registration: Balmain South, Registration Year: 1913, Registration Number: 15700.
  2. [S61] Barbara Pardey, "Rose Bean Family," e-mail to Lynn Smith then Robert Mote, 5 July 1999.

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Richard Alfred Struck1

M, #7779, b. 14 November 1897, d. 18 July 1982
Richard Alfred Struck
Photograph provided by Darryl Bailey
FatherJohn William Struck b. 26 Mar 1860, d. 15 Nov 1941
MotherAlice Jane Beecroft b. 7 Jun 1878, d. 23 Jul 1963
Relationships4th cousin 1 time removed of Robert Mote
3rd great-grandson of James Thomas John Bean

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth14 November 1897Richard Alfred Struck was born on Sunday, 14 November 1897 at Glebe, NSW, Australia.1,2
He was the son of John William Struck and Alice Jane Beecroft.
Marriage24 June 1920Richard Alfred was married to Linda Ada Wilson on Thursday, 24 June 1920 at Petersham, NSW, Australia.1,3
MarriageRichard Alfred was married to Lucille Mondey.1
Death18 July 1982Richard Alfred Struck died on Sunday, 18 July 1982 at Sydney, NSW, Australia, at age 84.1

Also Known As

DescriptionDateName
NicknameRichard Alfred Struck was often called Dick.
ChartsIndented Descendant Chart - Thomas Beane
Box Descendant Chart - Thomas Beane
Last Edited23 Jun 2009

Citations

  1. [S61] Barbara Pardey, "Rose Bean Family," e-mail to Lynn Smith then Robert Mote, 5 July 1999.
  2. [S2] Index of BDM records, NSW BDM, Place of Registration: Glebe, Registration Year: 1897, Registration Number: 31133.
  3. [S2] Index of BDM records, NSW BDM, Place of Registration: Petersham, Registration Year: 1920, Registration Number: 13077.

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Florence May Struck1

F, #7780, b. 23 April 1900, d. 4 December 1984
FatherJohn William Struck b. 26 Mar 1860, d. 15 Nov 1941
MotherAlice Jane Beecroft b. 7 Jun 1878, d. 23 Jul 1963
Relationships4th cousin 1 time removed of Robert Mote
3rd great-granddaughter of James Thomas John Bean

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth23 April 1900Florence May Struck was born on Monday, 23 April 1900 at Sydney, NSW, Australia.1,2
She was the daughter of John William Struck and Alice Jane Beecroft.
Marriage10 June 1922Florence May was married to Joseph Andrew Roper, son of Alexander Roper and Mary Conderon, on Saturday, 10 June 1922 at Ultimo, NSW, Australia.1,3
Death4 December 1984Florence May Struck died on Tuesday, 4 December 1984 at Sydney, NSW, at age 84.1

Also Known As

DescriptionDateName
NicknameFlorence May Struck was often called Florrie.
Married Name1922As of 10 June 1922, her married name was Roper.1,3

Other Details

LabelDateDetails
OccupationFlorence May Struck was a packer.

Family with

Joseph Andrew Roper b. 5 Jun 1896, d. 1 Oct 1989
Child
ChartsIndented Descendant Chart - Thomas Beane
Box Descendant Chart - Thomas Beane
Last Edited22 Jul 2004

Citations

  1. [S61] Barbara Pardey, "Rose Bean Family," e-mail to Lynn Smith then Robert Mote, 5 July 1999.
  2. [S2] Index of BDM records, NSW BDM, Place of Registration: Sydney, Registration Year: 1900, Registration Number: 9542.
  3. [S2] Index of BDM records, NSW BDM, Place of Registration: Sydney, Registration Year: 1922, Registration Number: 5018.

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