John Loiterton

M, #1021, b. 1847, d. 4 September 1933
FatherCharles Loiterton b. 13 Mar 1808, d. 2 Aug 1882
MotherSusannah Buffham b. 17 May 1810, d. 29 Apr 1895
Relationships2nd great-granduncle of Robert Mote
2nd great-grandson of Charles Loiterton

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth1847John Loiterton was born in 1847 at Lutton, Lincolnshire, EnglandG.1
He was the son of Charles Loiterton and Susannah Buffham.
Marriage13 March 1867John was married to Margaret Wilesmith, daughter of George Wilesmith and Mary Graham, on Wednesday, 13 March 1867 at Wingecarribee, NSW, AustraliaG.
Death4 September 1933John Loiterton died on Monday, 4 September 1933 at Cootamundra, NSW, AustraliaG.

Voyages

DateDetails
16 February 1853John Loiterton was a passenger aboard The Ship Harriet which sailed from Southampton, Hampshire, EnglandG, on Wednesday, 16 February 1853 and arrived in Sydney Harbour on 30 May 1853 where they had to remain in quarantine until 11 June 1853 as one of the children had developed measles a few days before their arrival in Australia. The Harriet finally anchored at the entrance to Farm Cove on Monday 13 June 1853. The passengers officially disembarked on Thursday 16 June 1853.

Newspaper Articles

NewspaperDateContent
The Cootamundra Herald, Cootamundra, NSW, AustraliaG4 September 1933John Loiterton was mentioned in an article in The Cootamundra Herald, Cootamundra, NSW, AustraliaG, on Monday, 4 September 1933 as follows:

OBITUARY

MR. JOHN LOITERTON

Mr. John Loiterton, sen., of Hurley street, was taken by ambulance, to the District Hospital, this afternoon, very ill. A bad turn followed, and the end came at 2.15. Deceased was in his 89th year. The funeral leaves the Methodist Church to-morrow, at 3.2

the Cootamundra Herald, Cootamundra, NSW, AustraliaG6 September 1933He was mentioned in an article in the Cootamundra Herald, Cootamundra, NSW, AustraliaG, on Wednesday, 6 September 1933 as follows:

OBITUARY

THE LATE MR. JOHN LOITERTON

In our short reference to the late Mr. John Loiterton, who died when we were closing up to go to print on Monday, we said he was in his 89th year, but relatives correct us. The veteran was 87 last birthday. His wife predeceased him by two years. They came from the Camden district 63 years ago, and selected 'Rosemont' West Jindalee. Of the family of five, three have gone over to the Great Majority? Mrs. Charlie Young Arthur, and George. The survivors are Robert, of Dirnaseer, and John, of 'Bellarwi,' Barmedman.

The late Mr. Charles Loiterton was a brother of deceased; and both did well in this district as farmers and graziers. One sister resides in Sydney.

About 26 years ago the late Mr. and Mrs. John Loiterton retired and went back to the Camden district for a while but, like many other retired folk, they preferred to be among their old friends again, so they came to Cootamundra. Here, esteemed by all who knew them, the devoted couple spent the rest of their long relationship.

The fine old man had enjoyed splendid health till recently, and then recovered well enough to be able to take a good daily walk. The end came very quickly however. Following a bad turn on Monday, the ambulance conveyed him to the district, Hospital at 12.15, and two hours later he passed away.

Deceased was born in Lincolnshire (Eng.), and came to Australia with his father and mother when 4 years old. They settled at Camden, farm ing, and dairylng.

The maiden name , of the late Mrs.John Loiterton was, Margaret Wilesmith, whose relations are in the Junee and Wagga districts.

The only neighbors deceased had, in their pioneering days in this district, were the Cokers, Webbs, Robertses, and Frosts. He had several trips to and from Sydney with the bullock teams.

Ardent church folk all their lives, they largely assisted in the Methodist activities and actually formed the first Sunday School in the Jindalee district.

The funeral was yesterday afternoon, preceded by a service at the Methodist Church, conducted by the Rev. C. Goy, in the absence of the Rev J. H. Sorrell, who had gone to Sydney to attend a returned soldiers conference, he being president of the Cootamundra branch.

Mr. Sorrell, a great 'pal' of the veteran, wired his deep sympathy, to the bereaved. Rev. C. Goy spoke in high appreciation of Mr. Loiterton, and the splendid life he had led. Only two weeks previously he had attended church. A deep loss to the community was the passing of one who linked Cootamundra with the early settlement.

The church service and funeral were largely attended.2

Family with

Margaret Wilesmith b. 30 Jun 1846, d. 24 Jun 1931
Children
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Citations

  1. [S22] Ian Douglas Loiterton, A Loiterton History, page 27.
  2. [S999] Trove, online http://trove.nla.gov.au

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Elizabeth Loiterton

F, #1022, b. 2 January 1849, d. 23 December 1939
Elizabeth Loiterton
FatherCharles Loiterton b. 13 Mar 1808, d. 2 Aug 1882
MotherSusannah Buffham b. 17 May 1810, d. 29 Apr 1895
Relationships2nd great-grandaunt of Robert Mote
2nd great-granddaughter of Charles Loiterton

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth2 January 1849Elizabeth Loiterton was born on Tuesday, 2 January 1849 at Lutton, Lincolnshire, EnglandG.
She was the daughter of Charles Loiterton and Susannah Buffham.
Marriage13 March 1867Elizabeth was married to Henry Bensley, son of William Bensley and Frances Bloomfield, on Wednesday, 13 March 1867 at Wingecarribee, NSW, AustraliaG.
Marriage15 April 1896Elizabeth was married to George Edwin Clayton, son of William Clayton and Mary Roberts, on Wednesday, 15 April 1896 at Bowral, NSW, AustraliaG.
Death23 December 1939Elizabeth Loiterton died on Saturday, 23 December 1939 at Lidcombe, NSW, AustraliaG, at age 90.

Also Known As

DescriptionDateName
Married Name1867As of 13 March 1867, her married name was Bensley.
Married Name1896As of 15 April 1896, her married name was Clayton.

Voyages

DateDetails
16 February 1853Elizabeth Loiterton was a passenger aboard The Ship Harriet which sailed from Southampton, Hampshire, EnglandG, on Wednesday, 16 February 1853 and arrived in Sydney Harbour on 30 May 1853 where they had to remain in quarantine until 11 June 1853 as one of the children had developed measles a few days before their arrival in Australia. The Harriet finally anchored at the entrance to Farm Cove on Monday 13 June 1853. The passengers officially disembarked on Thursday 16 June 1853.

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LabelDateDetails
Anecdotecirca 1888Elizabeth left Crookwell, probably about 1888 when her daughter Eva was born, with her three daughter's and returned to Bowral. Her sons remained with their grandfather (William) in Crookwell where they were required to work very hard.

Family with 1

Henry Bensley b. 1841, d. 23 Jun 1882
Children

Family with 2

Child
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John Joseph Campbell

M, #1023, b. 1838, d. 20 March 1928
FatherPatrick Campbell
MotherMargaret Riordan

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth1838John Joseph Campbell was born in 1838 at Kurnol, IndiaG.
He was the son of Patrick Campbell and Margaret Riordan.
Marriage17 March 1859John Joseph Campbell married Mary Ann Loiterton, daughter of Charles Loiterton and Susannah Buffham, on Thursday, 17 March 1859 at Cobbitty Paddock, Camden, NSW, AustraliaG.
Marriage4 June 1861John Joseph Campbell witnessed the marriage of Charles Loiterton and Ellen Sheather on 4 June 1861 at Camden, NSWG; The wedding was held at the home of Mr Charles Loiterton (senior) and permission was given by both Mr C Loiterton and Mr John Sheather for the wedding to take place, as Ellen and Charles were under 21 years of age. Charles' sister, Mrs Mary Ann Campbell and her husband John witnessed the wedding by Charles Waters who was the officiating minister, according to the rites of the Primitive Methodist Church.1
Death20 March 1928John Joseph Campbell died on Tuesday, 20 March 1928 at Beecroft, NSW, AustraliaG.
BurialHe was buried at cemetery, Bowral, NSW, AustraliaG.

Newspaper Articles

NewspaperDateContent
Bowral, NSW, AustraliaGJohn Joseph Campbell had an obituary appear in Bowral, NSW, AustraliaG, as follows: OUR OLDEST PIONEER.
At the ripe age of 91 years, Mr. J. J. Campbell, an old and highly honoured pioneer of Bowral, passed away on Tuesday last at the home of his daughter, Mrs. J. W. Miller, of Beecroft. Mr. Campbell arrived in Bowral in January 1863. He was a carpenter and built many of the older houses and buildings in the town. It is said that his own house, which long stood near the corner of Bong Bong and Bowral Sts., was the second house built within the town boundary. The old Methodist Church was one of the buildings built by him. Mr. Campbell was Mayor of Bowral in 1889, when the town hall was built and his name appears upon the façade. He was one of the founders of The School of Arts, and had part in many of our local institutions. A man of stirling worth and unimpeachable honour, his name was respected far beyond the town in which he lived. After a life of great usefulness in this community, he retired to the city many years ago and there spent his declining years. But he never forgot the old town and when " The Mail" was printing reminiscences before " Back to Bowral Week," one of the most interesting letters came from his pen. Mrs. Campbell pre deceased him some 19 years ago.

" The Mail" Friday-March 23rd. 1928.
RETURN THANKS.
Mr. & Mrs. J. W. Miller wish to convey their sincere thanks to all friends for their kind expressions of sympathy on the occasion of their recent bereavement in the death of Mr. J. J. Campbell.
The funeral of the late Mr. J. J. Campbell at Bowral cemetery was largely attended. Old friends came from all parts of the district to pay the last tribute of respect to his memory.

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Note2 January 1863John Joseph Campbell is reputed to have told a local resident some 30 years later that he and several families came to Bowral to build homes and make Bowral a purely Methodist town.
OccupationHe was the first carpenter in Bowral.
ArticleHe built his own house, the second to be built in Bowral. It was a small wooden cottage at the southern end of Bong Bong Street which was demolished in 1920/21 to be replaced by Gregory's Garage.
ArticleHe was the successful tenderer to build the first hospital in Bowral. The tender was for £883 and the building later became part of the nurse's quarters.
ArticleHe was the Mayor of Bowral for 1889/90 and 1893/94.
Article18 May 1889He officially lit the first gas street light in Bowral (one of 25.)
Article22 January 1890He opened the new Bowral Council Chambers.
Article26 May 1896As a Justice of the Peace, he heard the first charge to be brought in the new Bowral Court House. The charge of insobriety against John Quigg was dismissed, owing to the special circumstances of the occassion.
Article12 November 1926He gave the following details in an interview.
Mr. Campbell, now resident near Sydney, (Beecroft ) was an old resident of Bowral and built many of the early houses.
Beginnings of Methodism. The land comprising the township of Bowral and the surrounding district was a grant from the crown to Mr. Oxley, grandfather of Mr. H. M. Oxley, now so well known in the town.
Settlers began to come to the town and district about the year 1862 and Mr. Campbell thinks the first land sale was held in that year. Mr. Campbell himself came to Bowral from Camden on 2nd. January, 1863.
Perhaps the best method of furnishing information would be to supply the answers to certain questions asked in a recent issue of the Southern Mail.
The first settler in Bowral was Mr. Faulks, who came from Camden and built a public house and store in 1862 on the land where the Presbyterian Church now stands. Mr. J. J. Campbell built the second house in the town - a small wooden cottage in the Southern end of Bong Bong St., where Gregory's garage is now situated. I am enclosing a photo of this cottage which was demolished only about 5 or 6 years ago.
The first Anglican minister to preach in Bowral was Rev. Hassal, who came over from Berrima and conducted service in a stone building, which stood where the Public School now stands. This was about 1863, when the people were beginning to come in some numbers.
The first Anglican minister appointed to Bowral was the Rev. G. Middleton.
The first Methodist example ( Wesleyan Minister ) to preach here was Rev. S. Wilkinson, who came across from Camden in 1863 and used to conduct service in a bark hut situated where the Mail office now stands. These services, however, were not regular. The first Wesleyan Minister really appointed to the locality was Rev. George ( afterwards, Dr. ) Lane. The circuit was named Berrima and the minister lived in that township. The circuit was called in succession, Berrima Nattai, Mittagong and finally Bowral in 1888. Rev. J. Bowers in 1870 ( and his successors ) continued to live in that town till 1882, when Rev. T. R. McMichael removed to Bowral, which then became in reality what it had been virtually for some years before the head of the circuit. The name of Bowral, however, was not given to the circuit until 1888, as stated before.
The first Wesleyan Methodist Church in Bowral was built by Mr. Jacob Ward, probably in 1864. It was a weatherboard church or chapel, as the people of that day called it, and was built in Bendooley St. It was afterwards removed to the back of the allotment to make room for the brick church to be built in 1881 and recently vacated. Here it did duty as the Sunday School, and has recently been removed to the Annesley College Grounds. The parsonage in Bendooley St. was built in 1884. Both the parsonage and the brick church were built by Mr. J. J. Campbell. ( The brick church 1881).
The first Primitive Methodist Minister was Rev. Jabej Ashmead, and the first church was situated on Oxley's Hill.
Later on a weatherboard church was built in Bong Bong St. This is now the home of the Four Mails.
The first livery stables proprietor was Mr. James Comer, and his stable was situated where Mr. J. Goodfellow now has his auction rooms.
The first baker was Mr. John Mealing, and the first butcher was Mr. Terry.
The first brick maker was Mr. G. G. Willis, who made the bricks for Charker's hotel about the year 1863 in the southern end of Bong Bong St. opposite where Gregory's garage now stands.
The first timber merchant was Mr. H. Pain.
The first carpenter was Mr. J. J. Campbell, who built his own house in 1863 ( second house in Bowral. )
The first carter was Mr. Wilson.
The first chemist was Mr. East.
The first bricklayer was Mr. Tom Little.
The first saddler was Mr. Porter.
The first newspaper was published by Mr. Webb and was called, "The Bowral Free Press."
The first building on the hospital block was erected by Mr. J. J. Campbell to the plans of Mr. H. Kent. The foundation stone was laid by Lord Carrington, Governor of N. S. Wales.
The quarries were first worked by A. M. Leggit, from Melbourne, who in the first instance bought from Mr. Eli. Beer some immense boulders of trachyte, which lay on his ground, and from all accounts astonished the natives of the place by the neat, clean and rapid method by which these unwieldy and apparently useless stones were cut into building block size. Mr. Leggit afterwards turned his attention to the Gib.
When it was constructed, the old railway tunnel at Bowral was the longest in N. S. Wales.
A boy of 14 years received 12 lashes in Moss Vale lockup on 15th December, 1886, for indecent assault.
The sight of the Catholic Church in Bowral was decided upon at a meeting on 25th October 1886.

Family with

Mary Ann Loiterton b. 1840, d. 14 Mar 1909
Child
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Citations

  1. [S2] Index of BDM records, NSW BDM, Place of Marriage Registration: Camden, Registration Year: 1861, Registration Number: 1550.

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Margaret Isabella Campbell

F, #1024, b. 2 February 1871, d. 4 December 1947
FatherJohn Joseph Campbell b. 1838, d. 20 Mar 1928
MotherMary Ann Loiterton b. 1840, d. 14 Mar 1909
Relationships1st cousin 3 times removed of Robert Mote
3rd great-granddaughter of Charles Loiterton

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth2 February 1871Margaret Isabella Campbell was born on Thursday, 2 February 1871 at Bowral, NSW, AustraliaG.
She was the daughter of John Joseph Campbell and Mary Ann Loiterton.
Marriage6 April 1896Margaret Isabella Campbell married Donald Shaw on Monday, 6 April 1896 at Bowral, NSWG. Mr. Donald Shaw and Miss Issie Campbell.
WEDDING.

Easter Monday, April 6th., 1896, was the gala day in the family life of Mr. and Mrs. J.J. Campbell of Bowral. On that day their only daughter, Margaret Isabel, known as Issie, was united in the Holy bonds of matrimony, to Mr. Donald Shaw of the Survey Office Bourke. The ceremony took place at "Edgeworth", the residence of the Bride's parents, at 11a.m., The Rev. J.G. Middleton, Wesleyan Minister officiating. It was an exceedingly pretty wedding, the bride looked charming, dressed in a pale heliotrope silk broche, with lace and sequin trimmings, and with customary wreaths of orange blossom, she was given away by her father who, though he gave her freely, yet found it hard to part with an only child, however the redeeming feature is that she goes from one good home to another.
Mr. Eric Bensley (the bride's cousin ) was best man and was far from nervous in discharging the duties devolving on him. The bridesmaids were Misses. Edie, and May Bensley (cousins of the bride.) They looked exceedingly well dressed in fawn with green plush and sequin trimmings. The bridegroom's gifts to the bride were a handsome gold brooch with large opal and a cable bangle, while each of the bridesmaids received a gold bangle.
The wedding breakfast was a very sumptuous repast and elegantly laid out. The following sat around the table, the bride and bridegroom, the bride's parents Mr. and Mrs. J.J. Campbell, Rev. and Mrs. Middleton and Miss Fanny Middleton, Mrs. Malcolm Shaw ( Waverley ), Miss Shaw ( Lake Bathurst ), Miss Maude Wheatly ( Dalton ), Mrs. Bensley, Miss Edie, May and Eva Bensley, Mr. and Mrs. G. Allingham from ( Petersham ), Mr. and Mrs. C. Waters ( Mittagong ) Mrs. Jones and Miss Nellie Jones.
The wedding cake from Hill Bros. establishment Bowral ,was a very handsome one, reflecting the greatest credit on the designer. It was really artistic and certainly equal to any that could be procured in Sydney.
The Rev. J.G. Middleton proposed the toast of the bride and bridegroom in a very appropriate speech, in which he referred to the estimable qualities of the bride. She had done good work in connection with the church, and the Sunday School for years past, and he expressed the wish that she would continue similar work in the town whence she was going. Mr. Middleton remarked that it was a comfort to the parents to think that their daughter was attaching herself to a family in whom they had such unbounded confidence, and concluded by wishing the newly married couple, health, happiness, and prosperity. The bridegroom suitably responded, and then proposed the bridesmaids, coupled with the name of the best man Mr. Ree Bensley, who humorously responded. Mr. C. Waters proposed the bride's parents and relatives of the bridegroom, to which Mr. Campbell feelingly responded.
The happy couple left for the railway station in a cab, followed by the guests in Piggott's four in hand drag. On arriving at the station they were met by Mr. James Huggett, a member of Mr. H.E. Jone's Young Mens Association, Bowral, who had been deputed to convey hearty congratulations and best wishes for their future happiness. Gathered on the platform were also a large number of friends who manifested considerable interest in the proceedings, and as the mid-day train left for Sydney, three ringing cheers were given by the enthusiastic crowd, and at the same time they pelted the happy couple with rose leaves and rice.
Bowral people have now seen the last of her familiarly known as Issie Campbell, for when next she pays a visit to her former home and numerous friends, it will be as Mrs. Donald Shaw.
The bride's travelling dress was one of the new knotted cloths with ruby creton plush, and sequin trimmings with hat to match.
Among the presents were the following; Handsome chaste silver teapot, given by the bride's father, 2 doz. silver forks and spoons, and a half dozen silver serviette rings, by the bride's mother, chaste silver revolving butter cooler, by Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Shaw, chaste silver sugar bowl, by M. and Mrs. C. Waters, frosted silver watch stand, jewel stands, and pair salts, by Mr. and Mrs. Allingham, collection of books, by Miss Shaw, breakfast cruet, by Miss Maude Wheatley, half dozen silver egg spoons, by Mr. and Mrs. Marston, pair of silver jam spoons, by Mrs. C. Dorrough, pair of glass salts on silver stands, by Mrs. W. Cole, double gilt photo frames, by Mr. E. Bensley, silver belt with brilliant buckle, by Miss Tilly Masterman, handsome afternoon tea cloth, by Miss Laura Masterman, honiton lace handkerchief, by Miss Coyle, embossed tea cosy, by Mrs. Bensley, fascinator, by Miss Beaumont, glass sugar bowl, cream jug and butter dish, by Mr. and Mrs. H.L. Davis, glass cream jug and sugar bowl and flower stand, by Mr. and Mrs. R. Frost, a beautifully designed fretwork photo frame, by Master Charlie Cope, sketch album, and pair of biscuit china ornaments, by Mr. and Mrs. J. Brown, magnificent pair of silver serviette rings with morocco cases lined with white satin, by Misses A. and N. Jones, chaste silver butter dish with knife, by Dr. and Mrs. Middleton, silver bread fork ivory mounted, by Mr. and Mrs. H.E. Wickham, pair silver knife rests, by Mr. and Mrs. Allen, salad and celery bowl, by Mr. and Mrs. Soutter, afternoon tea cup, by Masters L. and K. Soutter, tea cosy, by Miss Potts, work bag, by Miss Holloway, pair of vases, by Miss Buer, water jug and glasses with tray, by Mrs. Clayton, photo stand, Miss Clara Gregory, choise flower bowl, by Miss Funston, tea gong, by Miss Eva Bensley.
In addition to the above named presents, other souvenirs were received by Miss Campbell, from various friends, and also from the children of the Wesleyan Sunday School with which she had been connected from childhood, in evidence of the love and affection in which she was held by them.
In connection with the marriage, some pleasing instances occurred. A deputation introduced by Mr. Russell, waited upon Miss Campbell at her parent's residence, and presented her on behalf of The Woman's Christian Temperance Union with a beautiful basket of flowers, accompanied by congratulatory letters and cards.
At the Wesleyan Sunday School anniversary on the 16th. March, 1896, Miss Campbell was the recipient of a very handsome marble clock from the teachers and congregation in appreciation of her past services to the church.
Before leaving Bourke, Mr. Shaw was the recipient of a set of silver entrée dishes, a gift from his colleagues in the office, as a mark of the esteem in which he is held by each and all of them.1
Marriage24 May 1899Margaret Isabella Campbell married James Watkin Miller B.A. on Wednesday, 24 May 1899 at Bowral, NSWG. MILLER-------SHAW (nee Campbell) WEDDING.
The Wesleyan Church of Bowral was the scene of a very pretty wedding on Wednesday afternoon last, 24th. May, 1899, when Mrs. Margaret Isabell Shaw, the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.J. Campbell of Bowral, was united to Mr. James Watkin Miller B.A. of Waverley. The service was an unusually impressive one, the officiating clergymen being Rev. M.H. Parkinson assisted by the Rev. C. Foreman B.A. of Mosman's Bay.
The administering of the oath to the contracting parties as required by a recent Government regulation, added solemnity to the service.
The church was very tastefully and appropriately decorated by the friends of the bride. An arch of ivy leaves was formed across the rostrum surmounted by a floral heart and bell. At the base of the arch on the left side, the initials "J.M." were worked in chrysanthemums, with a background of ferns, while on the right side were the letters "I.S." similarly worked.
Shortly after 3 o'clock the bridal party entered the Church to the strains of music. The bride was accompanied by her father, by whom she was given away. She was attired in a pale heliotrope silk broche, with trimmings of white silk and bebe ribbon, with hat en suite. There were two bridesmaids---- Miss Minnie Funston in moss green plush and white silk costume, picture hat trimmed with white chiffon, feathers and yellow roses, and Miss Maude Marston in cream cashmere with pale buttercup trimmings with white felt hat suitably trimmed.
The "Best Men" were Messrs. Norman Miller, and Eric Bensley. The bridegroom's gifts were; to the bride, gold brooch set with large amethyst and pearls, also a beautiful shower bouquet. To Miss Funstan ( bridesmaid ) gold bar brooch with a large opal, and to Miss Marston ( bridesmaid ) gold buttercup brooch, and shower bouquets to each.
At the conclusion of the service, the " Bridal Party " were driven to " Belmore Park" kindly lent for the day by Mr. and Mrs. C. Funstan, where the wedding breakfast was served, the host and hostess being the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.J. Campbell. About 40 invitations had been issued.
The guests being ; Mr. & Mrs. & Miss Funstan, Mr. & Mrs. H.E. Wickham, Mr. & Mrs. Ebb. Davis, Rev M.H. Mrs. & Miss Parkinson, Mr. & Mrs. Richard Miller, Mrs. Nancarrow, Maud & May Corrie, Maud V. Wheatley, Maud Marston, M. Bensley, Rev. C. Foreman B.A., Messrs. J.O. Miller, G.E. Marston, Norman Miller, Eric Bensley. At the conclusion of the breakfast, the following toasts were proposed. The "Bride & Bridegroom", proposed by the Rev. Mr. Parkinson who expressed regret at losing Mrs. Shaw, as she had been such a good worker in the church and choir. He thought Mrs. Shaw was a lucky woman in getting such a husband, and that Mr. Miller was a lucky man in securing such a wife. The toast was responded to by the Rev. Mr. Foreman and Mr. Wickham.
The "Bridesmaids" proposed by the bride and responded to by Messrs. Norman Miller and Eric Bensley.
The toast of the "Host & Hostess" Mr. & Mrs. J.J. Campbell coupled with the names of Mr. & Mrs. C. Funstan was proposed by Mr. J.O. Miller and responded to by Mr. Campbell.
During the afternoon, several photographs were taken in the groups, and a number of congratulatory telegrams were received.
The happy couple left for Chatswood ( their future home ) by the 6.15 train. A large number of friends assembled at the Bowral station to see them off, and showered them with rose leaves.
The "Bride's" travelling dress was a blue cloth trimmed with braid to match, and white silk, with black velvet picture hat, and white tips and ribbons, also pink roses.
The following is a list of the wedding presents; Mr. & Mrs. J.J. Campbell, dinner service, Miss M. Marston ,pair of ornaments, Mrs. & Miss Parkinson, bohemian glass water jug and glasses, Mrs. Durrough, pair photo frames and pin trays, Miss Wheatley, bamboo hat stand, Mrs. Waters, photo stand, Mr. & Mrs. Ebb. Davis, afternoon tea set, Miss Jean & Daisy Middleton, doyleys, Miss M. Bensley, pair of plaques, Trustees of Wesleyan Church, silver breakfast cruet, Mrs. Beattie, glass pickle jar, Mr. & Mrs. H.E. Wickham, cake dish and 2 pairs of ornaments, Fellow employees at Alcock Bros., handsome marble clock, Miss M. Corry, pair of ornaments, Miss Corry, cheese dish, Mr. E. R. Bensley, a set of carvers, Mr. & Mrs. P. Miller, a cheque, Mr. & Mrs. J.O. Miller, plate basket, and dinner mats, Mr. & Mrs. W. A. Miller, 2 pairs of ornaments, Mr. N.M. Miller & Miss L. Nancarrow, pair of art flower pots, Miss Miller, tea service, Miss A.M. Miller, toast rack and glass ware, Miss Ivy Miller, glass ware, Miss Essie Miller, pair of vases, Miss Alice Miller, fruit stand, Mr. A. Corbett, pair of E.P. salt cellars, Mr. & Mrs. John Patten V. C., butter dish ( silver ), Mr. & Mrs. C. Funstan, half a dozen jelly glasses & half a dozen custard glasses, Miss Funstan, pair of oil paintings, Mrs. Marston, silver & glass jam dish, The Firm Alcock Bros., a cheque, Miss Muriel Pain, sugar basin, Master Reggie Pain, cream jug, Mrs. Richards, pair of jam dishes, Mr. J. Miller, ink stand, Mr. R. Miller, moustache cup, Mr. & Mrs. Malcolm Shaw, dessert knives & forks.
The wedding festivities were kept up for a few hours after Mr. & Mrs. Miller had taken their departure for Chatswood, and a very enjoyable evening was spent.1
Death4 December 1947Margaret Isabella Campbell died on Thursday, 4 December 1947 at Beecroft, NSW, AustraliaG, at age 76.

Also Known As

DescriptionDateName
NicknameMargaret Isabella Campbell was often called Issie.
Married Name1896As of 6 April 1896, her married name was Shaw.
Married Name1899As of 24 May 1899, her married name was Miller.

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LabelDateDetails
Note6 January 1892On 6 January 1892 Margaret Isabella Campbell placed an advertisement inBowral Free Press, Bowral, NSW, AustraliaG, as a teacher, Painting and Drawing, at "Edgeworth", Bong Bong Street, Bowral.1
Note10 August 1892She was mentioned on 10 August 1892 at Bowral, NSWG, as follows We are proud to notice that Miss Issie Campbell has been elected a member of the Art Society of N.S.W., All honour to Bowral, and to Bowral's fair representative. We feel convinced that pure love of art and sheer hard work have been the prime factors in Miss Campbell's success.1
ChartsDescendant Chart - Charles Loiterton
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Citations

  1. [S37] Bowral Free Press.

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Patrick Campbell

M, #1025

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EVENTDATEDETAILS
MarriagePatrick was married to Margaret Riordan.

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Margaret Riordan
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Margaret Riordan

F, #1026

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EVENTDATEDETAILS
BirthMargaret Riordan was born at AustraliaG.
DeathShe died at AustraliaG.
MarriageMargaret was married to Patrick Campbell.

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DescriptionDateName
Married NameHer married name was Campbell.

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Patrick Campbell
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Mary Ann Guymer

F, #1027, b. 22 May 1867, d. 23 February 1948
The headstone for John Loiterton & his wife Mary Ann Loiterton (née Guymer).
Photograph provided by Jennifer Pott.
FatherRobert Guymer
MotherLucy A Russell

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth22 May 1867Mary Ann Guymer was born on Wednesday, 22 May 1867 at Bowenfels, NSW, AustraliaG.1
She was the daughter of Robert Guymer and Lucy A Russell.
Marriage8 April 1883Mary Ann Guymer was married to John Loiterton, son of Charles Loiterton and Ellen Sheather, on Sunday, 8 April 1883 at Lincoln Dale, West Jindalee, NSW, AustraliaG.2
Death23 February 1948Mary Ann Loiterton died on Monday, 23 February 1948 at the Sacred Heart Hospital, Cootamundra, NSW, AustraliaG, at age 80.3
Burial24 February 1948She was buried on 24 February 1948 at NSW, AustraliaG. The funeral left St James Church, Stockinbingal at 11 am.3

Also Known As

DescriptionDateName
Married Name1884As of 8 April 1884, her married name was Loiterton.

Newspaper Articles

NewspaperDateContent
the Cootamundra Herald, Cootamundra, NSW, AustraliaG23 February 1948Mary Ann Guymer was mentioned in an article in the Cootamundra Herald, Cootamundra, NSW, AustraliaG, on Monday, 23 February 1948 as follows:

OBITUARY

MRS MARY ANN LOITERTON

The above well known Cootamundra and Stockinbingal district resident passed away in the Sacred Heart Hospital early this morning, in her 81st year.

She was taken to hospital on Friday.

Deceased was the widow of the late John Loiterton of "Mount Hope,"

Stockinbingal. Surviving members of the family are Nell (Mrs Daw, Elsie (Mrs. Ball) Eileen (Mrs. Pengilly, Walter, Alan, Mill, (Mrs C. Dickson), Harold, and Doris (Mrs. Anderson).

The funeral will leave St. James Church, Stockinbingal, at 11 a.m. tomorrow.3


Family with

John Loiterton b. 6 Sep 1861, d. 12 Jul 1929
Children
ChartsDescendant Chart - Charles Loiterton
Descendant Chart - Stephen Oxford
Descendant Chart - Thomas Sheather
Last Edited18 Apr 2014

Citations

  1. [S2] Index of BDM records, NSW BDM, Place of Registration: Hartley
    Registration Year: 1867
    Registration Number: 10190.
  2. [S2] Index of BDM records, NSW BDM, Place of Registration: Cootamundra; Year: 1883; Number: 4918.
  3. [S999] Trove, online http://trove.nla.gov.au

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Robert Guymer

M, #1028

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
DeathRobert Guymer died at AustraliaG.
Marriagecirca 1866Robert was married to Lucy A Russell circa 1866.

Family with

Lucy A Russell
Child
Last Edited15 Oct 1999

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Lucy A Russell

F, #1029

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
DeathLucy A Russell died at AustraliaG.
Marriagecirca 1866Lucy A was married to Robert Guymer circa 1866.

Also Known As

DescriptionDateName
Married Name1866As of circa 1866, her married name was Guymer.

Family with

Robert Guymer
Child
Last Edited15 Oct 1999

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Mary Ann Manning

F, #1030, b. 1867, d. 4 November 1940
FatherWilliam Manning b. 28 Apr 1833, d. 4 Mar 1908
MotherSusan Starr b. 13 Nov 1836, d. 4 Feb 1877

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth1867Mary Ann Manning was born in 1867 at Berrima, NSW, AustraliaG.
She was the daughter of William Manning and Susan Starr.
Marriage17 February 1886Mary Ann was married to Charles Loiterton, son of Charles Loiterton and Ellen Sheather, on Wednesday, 17 February 1886 at Lincoln Dale, West Jindalee, NSW, AustraliaG.1
Death4 November 1940Mary Ann Manning died on Monday, 4 November 1940 at Wallendbeen, NSW, AustraliaG.2,3
Burial5 November 1940She was buried on 5 November 1940 at cemetery, Cootamundra, NSW, AustraliaG.4

Also Known As

DescriptionDateName
Married Name1886As of 17 February 1886, her married name was Loiterton.

Newspaper Articles

NewspaperDateContent
the Cootamundra Herald, Cootamundra, NSW, AustraliaG9 June 1938Mary Ann Manning was mentioned in the newspaper article about William Thomas Loiterton on 9 June 1938 in the Cootamundra Herald, Cootamundra, NSW, AustraliaG;

ELECTROCUTED

WILLIAM LOITERTON OF WALLENDBEEN

There was a tragic happening at Wallendbeen yesterday afternoon. William Lolterton, aged. 30, a married man with a family of four, was cleaning out the gutters of the roof of the cottage occupied by his aged mother, the widow of the late Charles Loiterton, of Wallendbeen, when he slipped. To save himself from falling off the roof he grasped the electric wires leading into the home from the Burrinjuck service, got caught with the current, and could not get free fom the wire. His screams for assistance attracted the attention of the golfers on the course alongside. It was during the afternoon tea in connection with the season's official opening. The men ran over to assist. Others were also soon on the scene. One man, Mr. Cecil Connors, cut the wires with an axe to shut off the current from the unfortunate victim, who was still alive.

The ambulance and a doctor were summoned from Cootamundra, and the electric substation at Cootamundra was phoned. The ambulance with the doctor aboard, did the 12 miles in 12 minutes; and Messrs. Slater and Lucas ??f from the sub-station, were there in ??? minutes.

Meanwhile Messrs. Mormon and Connors, of Wallendbeen, who had had ambulance training, took charge of the case, and gave directions to the willing helpers. Using the ladder by which Mr. Loiterton had gone up to the roof, they got him down, and laid him out. He was unconscious, but still breathing, although the current had passed through his body for some minutes; and they worked to restore animation until the arrival of Ambulance Superintendent Moorhouse and the doctor. The latter continued their efforts, but in vain, until 10 minutes to 7, and the body was then brought to the Cootamundra District Hospital.

The accident had happened at about 4.45.

Deceased was born at Cootamundra. His father at time was farming. A member of a very esteemed family, descendants of the district pioneers, he followed shearing, and his brothers Fred and Ken made a clever trio in demand at the woolsheds around. All the brothers are handy men on the farm and in other spheres. For the last six months William had been renovating the home of Mr. Dixon, of "Bramshott," Wallendbeen, and, having a few days off from there, he was doing odd things for his mother, aged 71.

Mother and son had separate homes adjoining, but facing the two side streets off the main road which runs out from Wallendbeen towards Murrumburrah. To the veteran the fatality is a dreadful shock, as to all the other relatives and to Wallendbeen and district.

Deceased married Miss Oriel Dacey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Dacey of Wallendbeen, who are also links with the earliest settlers about there; and there are three daughters and a son. The latt??????????? old and eldest girl is 12.

Brothers of the deceased are Steve (Cootamundra), ???????? Ken and Sid (Wallendbeen), Jim (Burrinjuck); sisters, May (Mrs. Roy Duffy, Cootamundra), Maude (Mrs. Len Troy, Lake Cargelligo), Emma (Mrs. George Ceeney, Wallendbeen), Eliza (Mrs. Geo. Adams, Taralga, Vic. and Ivy (Mrs. Geo. Mayne, Wallendbeen).

The Cootamundra Coroner (Mr. J. T. Kenehan), after formalities this morning, fixed the inquest for next Tuesday.

The interment took place in the Anglican cemetery at Wallendbeen this afternoon, following a service in the church.5

The Cootamundra Herald, Cootamundra, NSW, AustraliaG4 November 1940Mary Ann Manning was mentioned in an article in The Cootamundra Herald, Cootamundra, NSW, AustraliaG, on Monday, 4 November 1940 as follows:
Mrs. Mary Ann Loiterton
The above esteemed old identity of the West Jindalee and Wallendbeen districts, died this morning, at her home in Grey Street, Wallendbeen. She had been ailling for some time, but the end came rather suddenly, at 3.15 am. Deceased was the widow of the late Charles Loiterton, who died about ten years ago. He had a small property outside of wallendbeen. She was a member of the Manning family of West Jindalee, and came from the Camden district, as did her late husband; and both played their splendid part in pioneering this district. They reared a family of twelve.
The funeral leaves the home at Wallendbeen at 2.15 tomorrow (Tuesday) afternoon for the Cootamundra cemetery, arriving there at 3 o'clock.
Sons are Sid, Wallendbeen; Steve, Sutton Street, Cootamundra; James, Burrinjuck; Donald, close to Cootamundra; Fred, Wallendbeen; Ken, Wallendbeen; daughters, Mrs George Adams (Eliza), Victoria; Mrs Geo. Ceeney (Emma), Wallendbeen; Mrs L Troy (Maude), Wollongong; Mrs Roy Duffy (May), Cootamundra; and Mrs Ivy Loiterton, Wallendbeen.
One son, William, was electrocuted at Wallendbeen, over three years ago.
There are many grandchildren.6


Family with

Charles Loiterton b. 9 Mar 1864, d. 5 Jul 1923
Children
ChartsDescendant Chart - Charles Loiterton
Descendant Chart - Stephen Oxford
Descendant Chart - Thomas Sheather
Last Edited18 Apr 2014

Citations

  1. [S22] Ian Douglas Loiterton, A Loiterton History, page 38.
  2. [S118] Helen Wooldridge, "Hill & Manning Families," e-mail to Robert Mote, 17 January 2000, Record # 3.3.7.
  3. [S2] Index of BDM records, NSW BDM, Place of Registration: Murrumburrah; Registration Year: 1940; Registration Number: 24918.
  4. [S22] Ian Douglas Loiterton, A Loiterton History.
  5. [S999] Trove, online http://trove.nla.gov.au
  6. [S22] Ian Douglas Loiterton, A Loiterton History, page 73.

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William Manning

M, #1031, b. 28 April 1833, d. 4 March 1908
FatherWilliam Manning1 b. 1 May 1803, d. 9 Sep 1886
MotherRebecca Wright1 b. 1808, d. 5 May 1883

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Baptism28 April 1833William Manning was baptized on Sunday, 28 April 1833 at Chrishall, Essex, EnglandG.2
He was the son of William Manning and Rebecca Wright.1
Marriage21 October 1854William was married to Susan Starr, daughter of John Starr and Mary Jeffrey, on Saturday, 21 October 1854 at Chrishall, EssexG.2,3
Marriage4 July 1879William was married to Elizabeth Priest, daughter of John Priest and Sarah Harrop, on Friday, 4 July 1879 at Young, NSW, AustraliaG.4,5
Death4 March 1908William Manning died on Wednesday, 4 March 1908 at West Jindalee, NSW, AustraliaG, at age 74.6,5
Burial5 March 1908He was buried on 5 March 1908 at Church of England Cemetery, Cootamundra, NSW, AustraliaG.1

Voyages

DateDetails
17 February 1855William Manning was a passenger aboard The Ship Constitution which sailed from London, EnglandG, on Saturday, 17 February 1855 and arrived in Sydney on 27 May 1855.

Other Details

LabelDateDetails
Occupation1855William Manning was a farm labourer in the Camden and Berrima districts when he first arrived in the colony and then moved to Cootamundra in 1871 together with James Roberts.
EducationHe and Susan Starr were able to read only.7

Family with 1

Susan Starr b. 13 Nov 1836, d. 4 Feb 1877
Children

Family with 2

Elizabeth Priest b. 2 Jan 1858, d. 1926
Children
Last Edited17 Jan 2010

Citations

  1. [S68] Helen Wooldridge, "Manning Branch," e-mail to Robert Mote, 2 Sept 1999.
  2. [S69] Kay Lynette Gilmour, Manning Tree, Record # 4.
  3. [S432] FreeBMD, online http://freebmd.rootsweb.com, Marriage 1854 Q4 Saffron Walden 4a 687.
  4. [S2] Index of BDM records, NSW BDM, Place of Registration: Young; Year of registration: 1879; Registration Number: 5352.
  5. [S118] Helen Wooldridge, "Hill & Manning Families," e-mail to Robert Mote, 17 January 2000, Record # 3.3.
  6. [S68] Helen Wooldridge, "Manning Branch," e-mail to Robert Mote, 2 Sept 1999, Place of Registration: Cootamundra; Year of registration: 1908 ; Registration Number: 1169.
  7. [S70] Kay Lynette Gilmour, Corby Tree, Record # 7.
  8. [S2] Index of BDM records, NSW BDM, Place of Registration: Berrima; Year of registration: 1860; Registration Number: 5168.
  9. [S2] Index of BDM records, NSW BDM, Place of Registration: Berrima; Year of registration: 1864; Registration Number: 5692.
  10. [S2] Index of BDM records, NSW BDM, Place of Registration: Berrima; Year of registration: 1865; Registration Number: 6182.
  11. [S2] Index of BDM records, NSW BDM, Place of Registration: Berrima; Year of registration: 1869; Registration Number: 6979.
  12. [S2] Index of BDM records, NSW BDM, Place of Registration: Berrima; Year of registration: 1870; Registration Number: 6879.
  13. [S2] Index of BDM records, NSW BDM, Place of Registration: Berrima; Year of registration: 1872; Registration Number: 6991.
  14. [S2] Index of BDM records, NSW BDM, Place of Registration: Berrima; Year of registration: 1874; Registration Number: 7790.
  15. [S2] Index of BDM records, NSW BDM, Place of Registration: Cootamundra; Year of registration: 1880; Registration Number: 15768.
  16. [S2] Index of BDM records, NSW BDM, Place of Registration: Cootamundra; Year of registration: 1882; Registration Number: 17254.
  17. [S2] Index of BDM records, NSW BDM, Place of Registration: Cootamundra; Year of registration: 1883; Registration Number: 18788.
  18. [S2] Index of BDM records, NSW BDM, Place of Registration: Cootamundra; Year of registration: 1886; Registration Number: 22019.
  19. [S118] Helen Wooldridge, "Hill & Manning Families," e-mail to Robert Mote, 17 January 2000, Record # 3.3.23.
  20. [S2] Index of BDM records, NSW BDM, Place of Registration: Cootamundra; Year of registration: 1893; Registration Number: 11728.
  21. [S2] Index of BDM records, NSW BDM, Place of Registration: Cootamundra; Year of registration: 1894; Registration Number: 11074.
  22. [S2] Index of BDM records, NSW BDM, Place of Registration: Cootamundra; Year of registration: 1896; Registration Number: 11998.
  23. [S2] Index of BDM records, NSW BDM, Place of Registration: Cootamundra; Year of registration: 1900 ; Registration Number: 11957.

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Susan Starr

F, #1032, b. 13 November 1836, d. 4 February 1877
FatherJohn Starr1
MotherMary Jeffrey1

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Baptism13 November 1836Susan Starr was baptized on Sunday, 13 November 1836 at Chrishall, Essex, EnglandG.1
She was the daughter of John Starr and Mary Jeffrey.1
Marriage21 October 1854Susan was married to William Manning, son of William Manning and Rebecca Wright, on Saturday, 21 October 1854 at Chrishall, EssexG.1,2
Death4 February 1877Susan Starr died on Sunday, 4 February 1877 at Morrison's Hill, Gundagai, NSW, AustraliaG, at age 40.1
Burial5 February 1877She was buried on 5 February 1877 at Church of England Cemetery, Cootamundra, NSW, AustraliaG.1

Also Known As

DescriptionDateName
Married Name1854As of 21 October 1854, her married name was Manning.

Voyages

DateDetails
17 February 1855Susan Starr was a passenger aboard The Ship Constitution which sailed from London, EnglandG, on Saturday, 17 February 1855 and arrived in Sydney on 27 May 1855.

Other Details

LabelDateDetails
EducationSusan Starr and William Manning were able to read only.3

Family with

William Manning b. 28 Apr 1833, d. 4 Mar 1908
Children
Last Edited17 Jan 2010

Citations

  1. [S69] Kay Lynette Gilmour, Manning Tree, Record # 4.
  2. [S432] FreeBMD, online http://freebmd.rootsweb.com, Marriage 1854 Q4 Saffron Walden 4a 687.
  3. [S70] Kay Lynette Gilmour, Corby Tree, Record # 7.
  4. [S2] Index of BDM records, NSW BDM, Place of Registration: Berrima; Year of registration: 1860; Registration Number: 5168.
  5. [S2] Index of BDM records, NSW BDM, Place of Registration: Berrima; Year of registration: 1864; Registration Number: 5692.
  6. [S2] Index of BDM records, NSW BDM, Place of Registration: Berrima; Year of registration: 1865; Registration Number: 6182.
  7. [S2] Index of BDM records, NSW BDM, Place of Registration: Berrima; Year of registration: 1869; Registration Number: 6979.
  8. [S2] Index of BDM records, NSW BDM, Place of Registration: Berrima; Year of registration: 1870; Registration Number: 6879.
  9. [S2] Index of BDM records, NSW BDM, Place of Registration: Berrima; Year of registration: 1872; Registration Number: 6991.
  10. [S2] Index of BDM records, NSW BDM, Place of Registration: Berrima; Year of registration: 1874; Registration Number: 7790.

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Margaret Kelly

F, #1033, b. 22 August 1874, d. 11 November 1954
Margaret Loiterton (née Kelly) & daughter Mary Ellen
Taken Christmas 1903
FatherJohn Kelly b. c 1837
MotherLucy Clark

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth22 August 1874Margaret Kelly was born on Saturday, 22 August 1874 at Beechworth, VIC, AustraliaG.1
She was the daughter of John Kelly and Lucy Clark.
Marriage15 October 1895Margaret was married to James Loiterton, son of Charles Loiterton and Ellen Sheather, on Tuesday, 15 October 1895 at Lincoln Dale, West Jindalee, NSW, AustraliaG.2
Death11 November 1954Margaret Kelly died on Thursday, 11 November 1954 at Concord West, NSW, AustraliaG, at age 80.

Also Known As

DescriptionDateName
NicknameMargaret Kelly was often called Maggie.1
Married Name1895As of 15 October 1895, her married name was Loiterton.

Family with

James Loiterton b. 17 May 1866, d. 24 Jun 1933
Children
ChartsDescendant Chart - Charles Loiterton
Descendant Chart - Stephen Oxford
Descendant Chart - Thomas Sheather
Last Edited9 Nov 1999

Citations

  1. [S80] James Loiterton's Family.
  2. [S22] Ian Douglas Loiterton, A Loiterton History, page 38.

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John Kelly

M, #1034, b. circa 1837
FatherJohn Kelly b. c 1797, d. 1884
MotherMary Doyle1 b. c 1800, d. 1883

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
DeathJohn Kelly died at AustraliaG.
Birthcirca 1837He was born circa 1837 at IrelandG.1
He was the son of John Kelly and Mary Doyle.1
Marriage1857John was married to Lucy Clark in 1857 at Yass, NSW, AustraliaG.1

Family with

Lucy Clark
Child
Last Edited30 Aug 2003

Citations

  1. [S389] Cheryl Anne Williams, "H M Crossley's Descendants," e-mail to Robert Mote, 10 August 2003, Kelly Descendants List - 28 August 2003.

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Lucy Clark

F, #1035

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
DeathLucy Clark died at AustraliaG.
BirthShe was born.
Marriage1857Lucy was married to John Kelly, son of John Kelly and Mary Doyle, in 1857 at Yass, NSW, AustraliaG.1

Also Known As

DescriptionDateName
Married Name1857As of 1857, her married name was Kelly.

Family with

John Kelly b. c 1837
Child
Last Edited30 Aug 2003

Citations

  1. [S389] Cheryl Anne Williams, "H M Crossley's Descendants," e-mail to Robert Mote, 10 August 2003, Kelly Descendants List - 28 August 2003.

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James N Manning

M, #1036, b. 1862, d. 30 December 1953
James Manning.
Photograph provided by Jennifer Pott.
FatherWilliam Manning b. 28 Apr 1833, d. 4 Mar 1908
MotherSusan Starr b. 13 Nov 1836, d. 4 Feb 1877

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth1862James N Manning was born in 1862 at Berrima, NSW, AustraliaG.
He was the son of William Manning and Susan Starr.
Marriage13 July 1887James N was married to Alice Mary Loiterton, daughter of Charles Loiterton and Ellen Sheather, on Wednesday, 13 July 1887 at Lincoln Dale, West Jindalee, NSW, AustraliaG.1
Death30 December 1953James N Manning died on Wednesday, 30 December 1953 at Stockinbingal, NSW, AustraliaG.
Burialcirca 31 December 1953He was buried circa 31 December 1953 at cemetery, Stockinbingal, NSW, AustraliaG.2

Other Details

LabelDateDetails
PhotoJames N Manning was in the attached photograph Click the camera icon to view the photo.3

Family with

Alice Mary Loiterton b. 10 Nov 1868, d. 15 Apr 1952
Children
ChartsDescendant Chart - Charles Loiterton
Descendant Chart - Stephen Oxford
Descendant Chart - Thomas Sheather
Last Edited14 Sep 2011

Citations

  1. [S22] Ian Douglas Loiterton, A Loiterton History, page 38.
  2. [S69] Kay Lynette Gilmour, Manning Tree, Record # 16.
  3. [S906] Jennifer Pott, "Charles Leslie Manning," e-mail to Robert Mote, March 2011.

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Joseph Mutch

M, #1037, b. circa 1856, d. 12 April 1897
Joseph Mutch
FatherJohn H Mutch b. 1825, d. 3 Apr 1886
MotherEllen Davies b. c 1834, d. 2 Dec 1910
RelationshipsGreat-granduncle of Robert Mote
3rd great-grandson of William Much

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birthcirca 1856Joseph Mutch was born circa 1856 at Birkenhead, Cheshire, EnglandG; as he is shown as 1 year old on the Golconda's passenger list in 1858.
He was the son of John H Mutch and Ellen Davies.
Death3 April 1886Joseph Mutch reported the death of John H Mutch on 3 April 1886 at Prospect Farm, West Jindalee, NSW, AustraliaG.1
Marriage9 February 1892Joseph was married to Annie Elizabeth Loiterton, daughter of Charles Loiterton and Ellen Sheather, on Tuesday, 9 February 1892 at Lincoln Dale, West Jindalee, NSW, AustraliaG. The witnesses were Ellen and James Loiterton.2
Death12 April 1897Joseph Mutch died on Monday, 12 April 1897 at Deep Creek, Temora, NSW, AustraliaG.

Also Known As

DescriptionDateName
Name VariationJoseph Mutch was also known as Joe.

Voyages

DateDetails
2 July 1858Joseph Mutch was a passenger aboard The Ship Golconda which sailed from Liverpool, Lancashire, EnglandG, on Friday, 2 July 1858 and arrived at Sydney on 21 October 1858, a voyage of 111 days. The Captain was George Kerr and the Surgeon was John Carleton Bury.

Family with

Annie Elizabeth Loiterton b. 5 Jul 1872, d. 7 Mar 1948
Children
ChartsDescendant Chart - Charles Loiterton
Descendant Chart - William Much
Descendant Chart - Stephen Oxford
Descendant Chart - Thomas Sheather
Last Edited1 Jun 2002

Citations

  1. [S2] Index of BDM records, NSW BDM, Place of Registration: Cootamundra; Year: 1886; Number: 10023.
  2. [S22] Ian Douglas Loiterton, A Loiterton History, page 38.

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Thomas Mutch

M, #1038, b. 15 September 1861, d. 21 July 1923
Thomas Mutch
Taken Christmas 1903
FatherJohn H Mutch b. 1825, d. 3 Apr 1886
MotherEllen Davies b. c 1834, d. 2 Dec 1910
RelationshipsGreat-granduncle of Robert Mote
3rd great-grandson of William Much

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth15 September 1861Thomas Mutch was born on Sunday, 15 September 1861 at Tipperary Gully, Young, NSW, AustraliaG; the birth is recorded as Thomas Hutch.
He was the son of John H Mutch and Ellen Davies.
Marriage11 March 1897Thomas was married to Ellen Susannah Loiterton, daughter of Charles Loiterton and Ellen Sheather, on Thursday, 11 March 1897 at Lincoln Dale, West Jindalee, NSW, AustraliaG.1
Death21 July 1923Thomas Mutch died on Saturday, 21 July 1923 at Cootamundra, NSW, AustraliaG, at age 61.

Family with

Ellen Susannah Loiterton b. 1 Jan 1875, d. 17 Jan 1959
Children
ChartsDescendant Chart - Charles Loiterton
Descendant Chart - William Much
Descendant Chart - Stephen Oxford
Descendant Chart - Thomas Sheather
Last Edited22 Mar 2001

Citations

  1. [S22] Ian Douglas Loiterton, A Loiterton History, page 38.

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Charles Jeptha Lines

M, #1039, b. circa October 1871
Charles Jeptha Lines
FatherJohn Smith Lines
MotherSelina Clark

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
DeathCharles Jeptha Lines died at AustraliaG.
Birthcirca October 1871He was born circa October 1871 at Halesworth, Suffolk, EnglandG.1,2
He was the son of John Smith Lines and Selina Clark.
Baptism29 October 1871Charles Jeptha Lines was baptized on Sunday, 29 October 1871 at Suffolk, EnglandG.2
Marriage16 March 1901Charles Jeptha was married to Sarah Jane Loiterton, daughter of Charles Loiterton and Ellen Sheather, on Saturday, 16 March 1901 at Lincoln Dale, West Jindalee, NSW, AustraliaG.3

Family with

Sarah Jane Loiterton b. 12 Apr 1880, d. 5 Nov 1973
Children
ChartsDescendant Chart - Charles Loiterton
Descendant Chart - Stephen Oxford
Descendant Chart - Thomas Sheather
Last Edited9 Oct 2005

Citations

  1. [S99] Daphne & Arthur Koob, Koob Book, Page # 30.
  2. [S550] John Lines, "Birth of CJ Lines," e-mail to Robert Mote, October 2005.
  3. [S22] Ian Douglas Loiterton, A Loiterton History, page 39.

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John Smith Lines

M, #1040

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
DeathJohn Smith Lines died at AustraliaG.
BirthHe was born at EnglandG.
MarriageJohn Smith was married to Selina Clark.

Family with

Selina Clark
Child
Last Edited31 Dec 1999

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