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1 Divorce Nov 1956 Family: F060
 
2 Divorced 1933 Family: F023
 
3 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family: F018
 
4 In the Manse of the Presbyterian Church, Koroit by the Rev. Adams. Married in the Manse as Robert was not a member of the Presbyterian Church (Reg #1941)
 
Family: F35
 
5 Morses Creek, Vic. AustraliaSite of the Wesleyan Church, in the presence of Thomas Dean & Caroline Dean. Minister Thomas Kane. Caroline was on the same ship as Catherine.Her maiden name Artus. Caroline & Thomas had 5 children in the Bright area. Family: F001
 
6 No marriage can be found on IGI or Scottish OPR Index Family: F185
 
7 No record of marriage can be found on IGI Index or Scottish OPR Index) Family: F182
 
8 Ryerson Index
FORSYTH Betty Constance Death notice 07JUL2008 Death 96 Sydney Morning Herald 19JUL2008

The Sydney Morning Herald Wednesday 9 April 1941 Page 26
BRIDE WORE HER
SISTER'S VEIL.
Forsyth - Wiesener
Wedding.
A CUT tulle veil which was worn previously by her sister, Mrs. Jim Gowing, was worn last night by Miss Betty Wiesener at her wedding to Mr. Walter John Forsyth, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Forsyth, of Turramurra.
The bride, who is the eldest daughter of Dr. and Mrs. F. A. Wiesener, of Strathfield, wore a gown of white chiffon and Chantilly lace. The lace formed a wide band round the hem of the gown and also on the long bridal train. Mrs. Gowing also lent her sister a pearl brooch which was given to her on her 21st birthday
Frocks of heavy ivory crepe made with di aped bodices were worn by the brides- maids, Miss Bctty Gowing and Miss Patri- cia Forsyth (a sister of the bridegroom). The sleeves of their frocks were adorned with gold sequins, and thev carried gar- denias and golden berries.
The best man was Mr. Colin Cadwalla- der, and the ushers were Messrs. Jim Gowing, Gordon Forsyth. Max Warburton, and John Wailes. The ceremony at the Strathfield-Homebush Congregational Church was followed by a reception at Redleaf, Double Bay. 
Family: F079
 
9 Summary Of Record Information
First Name MURIEL Application Number
Last Name WEST
Names are only recorded in capitals
KC00187261
Karrakatta Cremation
Aged (Years) 92 Date of Death 29/07/2012
Suburb GREENMOUNT

Ashes Request
TAKEN BY FUNERAL DIRECTOR AT KARRAKATTA CEMETERY Completed yes  
Family: F8
 
10 The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Saturday 14 February 1914 Page 20
WEBSTER-FORSYTH.-December 23, 1913, at St.James' Church, Sydney, by the Rev. G. North Ash,
M.A., assisted by Rev. J. Hall Best, M.A., Amy, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Forsyth, Longueville, to Maurice, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Webster, Richmond. 
Family: F010
 
11 The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Saturday 18 April 1885 Page 1
SANDER?FORSYTH. ?March 31, 1885, at St. Michael's Church, by the Rev. Hulton S. King, Otto Rudolph, third son of Robert Sander, Esq., Leipzig, Germany, to Agnes, eldest daughter of Archibald Forsyth, Esq., J.P., Manila House, Bourke-street, Sydney. 
Family: F006
 
12 The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Saturday 6 November 1897 p 1
FORSYTH-FLEMING. - October 6, 1897, at Wesleyan
Church, Willoughby, by Rev. J. G. Middleton, Robert C., second son of Robert Forsyth, J.P., of Tyneside, Willoughby, to Bertha Mary, second daughter of Howard Fleming, J.P., of Glanavon, Willoughby.  
Family: F232
 
13 The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Thursday 30 December 1880 p 1

WILLIAMS-FORSYTH.-December 22, at the residence of the
bride's father, by the Rev. S. F. McKenzie, M.A., Sydney, eldest son of the late Richard Williams, Esq., of Castlereagh- street, Sydney, to Isabella Alexandria, youngest daughter of Mr. Thomas Forsyth, private gold commissioner, of Bell's Creek, Braidwood.  
Family: F2
 
14 The Sydney Morning Herald Saturday 29 June 1940 Page 12

ENGAGEMENTS
JONES - LEEDER-The Engagement is announced of Dell Beth Burch only child of Mr and Mrs S G.B Leeder of Drummoyne to Wallace Forsyth younger son oí Mr and Mrs T A Jones of
Ryde
 
Family: F163
 
15 The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954) Saturday 13 August 1932 p 1

FREEMAN. ? The Friends of the late Mr. John Arthur Freeman, late of Yarloop and late of South-terrace, Como, dearly beloved husband of Annabell, loving father of Kathleen, fond friend of Mr. Corry, are respectfully invited to follow his remains to the place of interment, the Roman Catholic portion of the Karrakatta Ceme- tery. The Funeral is appointed to leave the Private Mortuary of Gibb and Co., Undertakers, 289 Albany-road, Victoria Park, at 3.30 o'clock THIS (Saturday) AFTERNOON. Friends wish- ing to attend the Funeral may proceed by the 3.10 o'clock train ex Perth. 
Family: F29
 
16 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family: F301
 
17 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family: F434
 
18 Scotland, Select Births and Baptisms, 1564-1950
Name: Jessie Mayfield Chalmers Forsyth
Gender: Female
Birth Date: 1 Nov 1872
Birth Place: Blythswood, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland
Mother: Mary Forsyth
FHL Film Number: 6035516

Jessie Mayfield Chalmers Forsyth (age 8) appears on the 1881 census living with Mary Forsyth (Nee Falconer) and Helen and Isabella Forsyth, marked as a granddaughter of Mary Falconer Forsyth. (Also a granddaughter, Margaret Isabella Forsyth aged 17 - I have not been able to work out who's child that is yet). in the 1891 Census Jessie Mary (aged 15 niece) is living with Helen and Isabela Forsyth. this looks to be Jessie Mayfield Chalmers Forsyth. 
Jessie Mayfield Chalmers Forsyth
 
19
The Sydney Morning Herald Friday 20 November 1857 Page 1
On Tuesday, the 11th instant, at the residence of her son-in- law, Mr. George Forsyth, Wagga Wagga, Mrs. Jane Gordon, widow, formerly of Armagh, Ireland, aged 80 years. 
Jane (?)
 
20 Probable death
Australia Death Index, 1787-1985
about John Francis Cooper Name: John Francis Cooper
Death Place: Shaw, Victoria
Age: 67
Father's Name: Francis John
Mother's Name: Helen Forsyth
Registration Year: 1973
Registration Place: Victoria
Registration Number: 1435
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1906
 
Francis John Palmer (COOPER)
 
21

Ireland, Civil Registration Marriages Index, 1845-1958
about Samuel Forsythe Name: Samuel Forsythe
Date of Registration: 1865
Registration District: Kilkeel
Volume: 6
Page Number: 703
FHL Film Number: 101249
Records on Page: Name
Marianne Russell
Isabella Smith
Elizabeth Linton
John Campbell
Samuel Forsythe
James Stewart
 
Isabella Smith (SMYTH)
 
22 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
23

Service Record
Name ADAMS, GORDON PATRICK
Service Australian Army
Service Number NX111984 (N53798)
Date of Birth 17 Mar 1910
Place of Birth SYDNEY, NSW
Date of Enlistment 25 Aug 1942
Locality on Enlistment WAHROONGA, NSW
Place of Enlistment GUILDFORD, WA
Next of Kin ADAMS, NELL
Date of Discharge 20 Aug 1946
Rank Major
Posting at Discharge 2/1 MOV & TRANSPORT GP
WW2 Honours and Gallantry None for display
Prisoner of War No  
Gordon Patrick Adams
 
24 Buried 28 March, in Scots Burial Ground, Devonshire Street. Janet "Jessie" ADAMS
 
25 Australia Birth Index, 1788-1922
about Frederick Claus Ahrens
Name: Frederick Claus Ahrens
Father's Name: Claus Frederic Ahrens
Mother's name: Anna Maria Zimmerhan
Birth Place: Chewton, Victoria
Registration Year: 1884
Registration Place: Victoria
Registration number: 8223

Australia Death Index, 1787-1985
about Frederick Claus Ahrens
Name: Frederick Claus Ahrens
Death Place: Brunswick, Victoria
Age: 79
Father's Name: Freder Claus
Mother's name: Marica
Registration Year: 1963
Registration Place: Victoria
Registration number: 24186
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1884
 
Frederick Claus Ahrens
 
26 Possible Death
746/1884 ALDERSON WILLIAM M WILLIAM H BARBARA SYDNEY


The Sydney Morning Herald Tuesday 22 April 1884 Page 1
ALDERSON.—April 21st, at his residence, Brighton HOUSE, Kellett-street, Darlinghurst, William Maddison Alderson, in his
70th year.


The Sydney Morning Herald Tuesday 22 April 1884 Page 12

THE FUNERAL of the late WILLIAM M. ALDERSON, Esq., will take place THIS (Tuesday) AFTERNOON ; the procession to move from Brighton House, Kellett-street, Darlinghurst, at half-past 2, via Victoria-street, for Waverley Cemetery. WALTER STEWART, Undertaker, No circulars issued.

THE FRIENDS of the late WILLIAM MADDISON ALDERSON, are respectfully invited to attend his Funeral; to move fiom his late residence, Brighton House, Kellett-street, Darlinghurst, THIS DAY, TUESDAY, at 2.30 p.m., for Waverley Cemetery.  
William Maddison Alderson
 
27 Burial 23 Dec 1975 Marjorie Alberta Allen
 
28 Possible birth
4481/1902 ALLEN MARJORIE A ALBERT G H MARGARET A MARRICKVILLE
42038/1908 ALLEN MARJORIE A HENRY A FLORENCE WAVERLEY

Possible death
FORSYTH Marjorie Alberta Death notice 19DEC1975 Death 74 late of Turramurra Sydney Morning Herald 20DEC1975  
Marjorie Alberta Allen
 
29 Birth
17930/1875 ANDERSON CONSTANCE MABEL WILLIAM JAMES HANNAH MARIA PATRICKS PLAIN

Ryerson Index
CURLEWIS Constance Mabel Death notice 19FEB1966 Death late of Mosman Sydney Morning Herald 23FEB1966  
Constance Mabel Anderson
 
30 Possible birth
9982/1903 ANDERSON CYRIL F JOHN I FANNY BALMAIN NORTH
 
Frank Cyril A Anderson
 
31

Name ANDERSON, GEORGE HENRY
Service Royal Australian Air Force
Service Number 81226
Date of Birth 26 Feb 1909
Place of Birth WAGIN, WA
Date of Enlistment 3 Jul 1942
Locality on Enlistment MOORA, WA
Place of Enlistment PERTH
Next of Kin ANDERSON, EDITH
Date of Discharge 21 Sep 1945
Rank Aircraftman 1
Posting at Discharge 4 Recruit Centre

WW2 Honours and Gallantry
None for display

Prisoner of War
No

Death
First Name GEORGE HENRY
Last Name ANDERSON
Application Number KB00147390
Karrakatta Burial
Aged (Years) 62
Date of Death 31/07/1973
Suburb COMO
Grave Location KARRAKATTA CEMETERY
Area or Denomination ANGLICAN
Section LAWN 6
Gravesite M004
Grant Number K0075136
Grantee EDITH ELIZABETH ANDERSON
Grant Status EXPIRED At today's date
Expiry 02/07/2012 **
 
George Henry ANDERSON
 
32

Harold Edwin Anderson in the UK, Outward Passenger Lists, 1890-1960
Name: Harold Edwin Anderson
Gender: Male
Age: 16
Birth Date: abt 1911
Departure Date: 24 Nov 1927
Port of Departure: London, England
Destination Port: Sydney, Australia
Ship Name:Bendigo
Shipping line: Peninsular & Oriental Steam Navigation Co
Official Number: 145603
Master:Captain R C Nicholl
 
Harold Edwin Anderson
 
33 ANDREW James Ian Malcolm Death notice 27SEP1992 Death 67 late of Brookvale Sydney Morning Herald 29SEP1992



Service Record
Name ANDREW, JAMES IAN MALCOLM
Service Royal Australian Air Force
Service Number 439509
Date of Birth 14 Jul 1925
Place of Birth MELBOURNE, VIC
Date of Enlistment 3 Jul 1943
Locality on Enlistment Unknown
Place of Enlistment SYDNEY, NSW
Next of Kin ANDREW, JAMES
Date of Discharge 17 Apr 1946
Rank Flying Officer
Posting at Discharge RAF GAMSTON
WW2 Honours and Gallantry None for display
Prisoner of War No  
James Ian Malcolm Andrew
 
34 Service Record
Name ANDREWS, LAWRENCE OLIVER
Service Australian Army
Service Number VX148447 (V32524)
Date of Birth 15 May 1921
Place of Birth PADDINGTON, NSW
Date of Enlistment 18 Apr 1944
Locality on Enlistment YARRAWONGA, VIC
Place of Enlistment IN THE FIELD, VIC
Next of Kin ANDREWS, OLIVER
Date of Death 8 May 1945
Rank Gunner
Posting on Death 4 FIELD REGIMENT
WW2 Honours and Gallantry None for display
Prisoner of War No
Roll of Honour YARRAWONGA VIC
 
Lawrence Oliver Andrews
 
35 DEATH
The Sydney Morning Herald Friday 6 June 1919 Page 6
BAIN SCOTT.June 5, 1919, at the residence of Mrs. M. D. Coulter, Sofala, 10 Alma-street, North Sydney, Jessie Dow Doller Bain Scott, granddaughter of the late Laird of Bainfield, Cardross, Scotland, and widow of the late James Scott, of Stockton, Newcastle, and mother of James J. Bain Scott, in her 86th year.

The Newcastle Sun (NSW : 1918 - 1954) Friday 6 June 1919 p 5 Family Notices
FUNERAL
SCOTT.- Relatlvcs and Friends of the late MRS. JESSIE DOW DOLLAR BAIN SCOTT are kindlv Invited to attend her Funeral, to move from the residence of Mrs. M. D. Coulter. '.Sofala.' Alma-street. North Sydney, TOMORROW (SATURDAY) AFTERNOON. at 2 o'clock, for Presbyterian Cemetery. Gore Hill.- WOOD. COFFILL. & CO.. funeral Directors.


The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954)
Sat 7 Jun 1919
Page 15
Family Notices
SCOTT.-The Relatives and Friends of the late Mrs. JESSIE DOW DOLLAR BAIN SCOTT are kindly invited to attend her funeral, to move from the rest dence of Mrs. M. D Coulter, Sofala, 10 Alma street
North Sydney, THIS (Saturday) AFTERNOON, at 2 o'clock, for Presbyterian Cemetery, Gore Hill.
WOOD, COFIILL, and COMPANY, LTD

SCOTT-The Relatives and Friends of MARGARET ISABELLA and JAMES J. BAIN SCOTT are invited to attend the Funeral of his beloved MOTHER, Jessie Dow Dollar Bain Scott, to leave the residence
of Mrs. M. D. Coulter Scott, 10 Alma street, North Sydney, THIS AFTERNOON, at 2 o'clock, for Presbyterian Cemetery, Gore Hill.
WOOD, COFFILL, and COMPANY, LTD 
Jessie Dow Dollar Bain
 
36
Death
2322/1933 BAIN-SCOTT JAMES JOHN JAMES JESSIE DOW DOLLAR NORTH SYDNEY

The Sydney Morning Herald Thursday 16 February 1933 Page 8
DEATHS.
BAIN-SCOTT.-February 15. 1933, James John, dearly beloved husband of Margaret I. Bain-Scott, of 10 Alma-street, North Sydney (accidentally killed). For Funeral Notice see Friday's paper

The Sydney Morning Herald Thursday 16 February 1933 p 10
RUNAWAY CAR.
Passenger Fatally Injured.
James John Bain-Scott, of Alma-street
North Sydney, was fatally injured last night, when the car in which he was sitting crashed
over an embankment at North Sydney
He was being driven to a lodge meeting. The driver, a friend, alighted in Alfred-street to get a parcel. The car commenced to roll down the steep hill, and before Scott could gain control of the vehicle or leap from it, it crashed through a railing and fell 15 feet
down an embankment.
Great difficulty was experienced in extri- cating the injured man. He had been criti- cally injured, and died on the way to hospital.



The Sydney Morning Herald Saturday 18 February 1933 p 11
OBITUARY
MR. J. J. BAIN-SCOTT.
The funeral of Mr. J. J. Bain-Scott, who was killed through a motor accident while on his way to a lodge meeting on Wednesday night, took place yesterday at the Northern Suburbs Cemetery. Mr. Bain-Scott, who was in his' 59th year, was an engineer in the employ of the Sydney Ferries, Ltd., for over 20 years. A native of Scotland, he came to this country about, 49 years ago, spent a con- siderable period on the goldfields of Western Australia, was engineer in charge of the Stockton Borehole colliery when the company shifted its plant- from Stockton to Cockle Creek, and during the war went to Britain and worked as a munition worker.
He was a prominent worker in the Northern Suburbs for the United Australia party, but his outstanding interest was in Masonry. He was W.M. of Lodge Crow's Nest, had just passed through, the First Principal's chair in the Robert Bruce Royal Arch Chapter, was Past Thrice Illustrious Master of Brundah Cryptic Council, Most-Ex-Comp. of Brundah Lodge of Ark Mariners and Council of Red Cross Knights, Ex. and Perf. Bro. of Mont gomerle-Hamilton Rose Croix Chapter, Past Principal of the Preceptory of Waverley, and Past, First Sojourner in the District Grand Scottish Royal Arch Chapter of N.S.W.
The service held in St. Peter's Presbyterian, Church, North Sydney, was largely attended, and was conducted by the Rev. J. Calder, assisted by the Rev. W. R. Poole (Methodist), Rev. Dr. Watson ' (Past Grand Chaplain ia Victoria), and M. Ill. Bro. Donald Smith.
There was a large gathering of Masons in regalia at the graveside, and the Masonic service was conducted by the Rev. Dr. Wat- son. The graveside service was taken by the Revs. J. Calder and W. R. Poole.
The mourners were the immediate rela- tives.
Among the sympathisers present were:-Most Ill. Bro. Donald Smith' (33rd deg.). Sovereign Grand Inspector General; Ill. Bro. Gibbons (32nd deg.). Most Ill. Comp. Robinson (27th-deg.). Most Wise Sov. F. Beach; (18th deg.), Ven. Prefs. A. J. Byrne and B. Hibbert, Most Ex. Comps. Boileau. Shaw. H. W. Levey, McLean, McIntosh, Cunliffe, Burnet, H. Roberts (district grand scribe Nehemiah), D. Wyrth, and H. S. Moss (district grand stewards), Fusedale, P. P. Charles F. Short, Frater G. A. Ander- son, registrar of the preceptory of Waverley District Grand Senischal R. R. Dalziel, and District Grand Marshal H. Roberts, representing the District Grand Priory of Australia; Ex. and Perf. Bros. Wright and J. Lindores, Comps. E. Coote, F. Harley, T. Alderton, Daly, and Ochs:.
Wor. Bros. M. Weinberg, W. V. Thomas, J. A. C. Welman. P. C. Wardrop, James C. Gates, Hand, H. V. Watsford, Boehme. Clissold. Moorehead, Joselin, Minty, Hewison, Baxter, Stiebel. Jack, McKay, Henderson, and Ferguson.
Bros. McDonald, D Brands, W. H. Martin, G. L. Thomas. N. Nevy, S. P. Banfleld, Newton. R. Morrison. W. B Evans, Slack, Knox, Connolly, E. Kent, Schrader, S. E Wynn, W. Newton, H. H, Wells, Bunker, Day, Hood. J. C. Coyte, A. Chapman, C. A. McKay. Willits. White. Burton. Ireland, Watt, Charles, Nuss, Gibson, Stanton, Penfold, Rodwell, Seymour Pank, Allum, W. Thomson, Braden, R. and W. Foster, T. Newton, G. R. and N. C. Horner, E. Goode, A. S ummers, Schweb, J. Fullerton, G. L, Thomas, H. Messent, J. Henderson. A. M. Kidnie and Houlahante.
Mr. A R. Henry. M.L.A.. Captain Coulter. Rev. W. A. Marsh. Drs. Bremerton. Forster, and For- syth, Col Howarth (Salvation Army), Messrs. Lyell Scott (president). Honyburn (vice-president), and J. G. McLaughlin (executive member) representing the North Sydney branch of the United Australia Party: Messrs. W. H. Forsyth, R. T. Forsyth, J. R. Forsyth, J. K. Small, S. P. Banfleld, J. A. Terrill. A. Abrahams, Hilyard, King, Hall, H. Campbell, J. Cunningham, J. Danehy, R. Moore, J. H. Banks, John Lawson, F. Bernard, J. Duncan, H. A. McRoberts, F. T. Frye, A. J. Dobson, Hilton Massey, B. Roberts, Mark Henry, Alderman and Mrs. Watt, Mr. and Mrs. O. Roberts, Mr. and Mrs. r. B. Steward. Alderman Brainwood, Mrs. W. Hutchinson, Messrs. J. M. Lane, J. Telfer (secretary of the Institue of Marine Engineers). and Alderman Stanton.



 
James John Bain-Scott
 
37 The Horsham Times (Vic. : 1882 - 1954) Tuesday 26 September 1922 p 5

Obituary
Fix this text
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Mrs. Henry Hutchinson, sen., a very old and highly respected resident of the Western Wimmera, passed away yesterday afternoon at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. B. Ballinger, Pynsent-street. Horsham. She had reached the advanced age of 85, and until a couple of months ago had led a very active life. Born at Stilton, England, she came to Australia in 1852, landing at Geelong. She was married at Balnoral in 1853, and sub sequently lived with her husband at Mount Sturgeon (Dunkeld), finally settling at Nurrabiel in 1875. She was widely known throughout the dis trict for her splendid character and good works. She was the mother of I8 children, 14- of whom are living- John Thomas, Melbourne; Mrs. C. S. McDonald. Stawell ; Henry. Nurrabiel; Mrs. J. Dewar, Stawell; Lorenzo, Beverley, W.A. ; William. Bar ham. N.S.W. ; George, Wail; Mrs. B. Ballinger. Horsham ; Mrs. J. Neil, Geelong; Alfred, Lower Norton; Mrs. F. M. Pemberton, Melbourne : Fred, Nurrabiel ; Mrs. James Mott, Urange line, N.S.W., and Mrs. Jones, Mel bourne. There are 105 grandchildren. 100 great grandchildren and 1 great great grandchild. The deceased 's husband predeceased her. The body will be taken from Mrs. Ballinger's re sidence, Pyasent-street, Horsham, to morrow (Wednesday) at 10 a.m.. and is expected to reach the Nurrabiel Cemetery at about 1 p.m.

The Horsham Times (Vic. : 1882 - 1954) Friday 29 September 1922 p 5
Obituary The funeral of the late Mrs. Henry Hutchinson, sen., took place at the Nurrabiel Cemetery on Wednesday af ternoon. Four grandsons of the de eeased-T., E.. A. and N. Hutchinson -were the pall-bearers, the burial ser vice being read by the Rev. G. Wong. Messrs.a A. F. Weight : & Sons. crried out the funeral arrangements. 
Jane BAKER
 
38 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
39 CROTHERS Dorothy Eden Death notice 26JUL1982 Death Sydney Morning Herald 28JUL1982  Dorothy Eden Baldwin
 
40 WW2 Service Record
Name BASSETT, ALLAN
Service Australian Army
Service Number QX20228
Date of Birth 5 Dec 1914
Place of Birth MELBOURNE, VIC
Date of Enlistment 1 Apr 1941
Locality on Enlistment BLACKALL, VIC
Place of Enlistment ROCKHAMPTON, QLD
Next of Kin BASSETT, MARY
Date of Discharge 20 Jun 1946
Rank Craftsman
Posting at Discharge 2/13 AUST CAMP AA REGT WKSHOP
WW2 Honours and Gallantry None for display
Prisoner of War No
 
Allan Bassett
 
41 Australia Birth Index, 1788-1922
about Dorothy Margt Becker Name: Dorothy Margt Becker
Father's Name: Chas Becker
Mother's Name: Flor Forsythe
Birth Place: Dimboola, Victoria
Registration Year: 1904
Registration Place: Victoria
Registration number: 25191
 
Dorothy Margaret BECKER
 
42 Australia Birth Index, 1788-1922
about Ivy Becker Name: Ivy Becker
Father's Name: Chas Becker
Mother's Name: Flor Forsythe
Birth Place: Dimboola, Victoria
Registration Year: 1907
Registration Place: Victoria
Registration number: 26223
 
Ivy BECKER
 
43 Australia Birth Index, 1788-1922
about Sylvia Ctina Becker Name: Sylvia Ctina Becker
Father's Name: Chas Becker
Mother's Name: Flor Forsythe
Birth Place: Dimboola, Victoria
Registration Year: 1903
Registration Place: Victoria
Registration number: 9966
 
Sylvia Christina BECKER
 
44 Service Record
Name BECKER, TREVOR
Service Royal Australian Air Force
Service Number 156445
Date of Birth 16 Apr 1926
Place of Birth HORSHAM, VIC
Date of Enlistment 19 Jul 1944
Locality on Enlistment HORSHAM, VIC
Place of Enlistment MELBOURNE, VIC
Next of Kin BECKER, HAROLD
Date of Discharge 3 Apr 1946
Rank Leading Aircraftman
Posting at Discharge 84 Operational Base Unit
WW2 Honours and Gallantry None for display
Prisoner of War No
 
Trevor BECKER
 
45
Mary Belger Forsyth
Birth: unknown
Death: Mar. 3, 1928
Family links:
Children:
Helen McQueen Forsyth Keyes (1887 - 1971)*
Dorothy Baylor Forsyth Garrison (1898 - 1943)*

*Calculated relationship

Note: W/O Forsyth, W W

Burial:
Arlington National Cemetery
Arlington
Arlington County
Virginia, USA
Plot: Sec: S-E, Site: LOT 3954
 
Mary Belger
 
46 The Horsham Times (Vic. : 1882 - 1954) Tuesday 1 April 1941 p 2
HUTCHISON-The death occurred at her home in Sloss street on Satur day monring of. Mrs. Mary Jane Hutchinson at the age of 81 years. Deceased, who was the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. E. Bell, of Moc kinya, was born at Kalangadoo. S.A., and later came to the Mockinya dis. trict with her parents. She was mar. ried at Horsham at the age of 23 to Mr: John Thomas Hutchinson, who survives her, and the couple went to reside at Mockinya. . After spending many years there in grazing pursuits, they retired to live in Horsham and have resided at Sloss street since. There are five children, viz:, Arthur (Marylborough), Ethel (Mrs. R. Scott, Horsham); George and Albert (Hor sham) and Andrew (Colac). Her sur viving brothers and sisters are: James, Margaret, Ebb (Mockinya), Mrs. Howard. (Redbank), Mrs. Ethell (Perth); Mrs.. Tormey (Moonambel), David; Mrs. Marinsfield (Violet Town). There are 18 grandchildren (one of whom, Leslie; is in the AIF.) and five great grandchildren. As a mem ber of one of the best known fami lies in the Mockinya district, deceased during her long residence there proved a fine type of settler and a wide cir cle of relatives and friends will mourn her passing. The funeral took place at the Horsham Cemetery on Sunday, with Captain E. Callander, of the Salvation Army, performing the ser vices at the home and at the grave side. The coffin-bearers were Messrs. R. Bell, F. Hutchinson, W., M. and A. Scott and B. Mansfield. Messrs A. Weigh.t , Sons had charge of the arrangements.  
Mary Jane Bell
 
47 had an MBE

The Sydney Morning Herald Thursday 8 June 1939 Page 18

HONOURED BY THE KING
Reward for Public Service.

Mrs. Annie Forsyth, M.B.E., widow of the late Mr. Robert Forsyth, has been a promin- ent social worker in the Willoughby district for about 20 years, and Avas Mayoress of Willoughby during the Avar years of 1915 1918. Among the many activities which en- gage her attention are the Willoughby Bene- volent Society, the Willoughby Red Cross Society, of which she is president, the Service League, which she founded during the de- pression for the benefit of the poor, the Mater Miscricordiae Hospital Auxiliary Service League, which she founded, and of which she is president, and the Royal North Shore Hospital Auxiliary Service League. She was the first president of the Tresillian North Mother craft training school. 
Annie Bennett
 
48 BENNETTS James Death notice 29APR2011 Death 83 late of Asquith Daily Telegraph (Sydney) 07MAY2011  James Bennetts
 
49 possible death
BERNARD Harry Death notice 15SEP1978 Death 75 late of Oatley Sydney Morning Herald 20SEP1978
 
Harry Bernard
 
50
Service Record
Name BERSTON, JOHN WILLIAM
Service Royal Australian Air Force
Service Number 82307
Date of Birth 17 Sep 1909
Place of Birth KIRKWALL, SCOTLAND
Date of Enlistment 16 Oct 1942
Locality on Enlistment KALGOORLIE
Place of Enlistment PERTH, WA
Next of Kin BERSTON, JESSIE
Date of Discharge 15 Jul 1947
Rank Leading Aircraftman
Posting at Discharge Station HQ Pearce
WW2 Honours and Gallantry None for display
Prisoner of War No

Summary Of Record Information
First Name JOHN WILLIAM
Names are only recorded in capitals Application Number
Last Name BERSTON KC00084913
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Aged (Years) 76 Date of Death 10/07/1986
Suburb CARLISLE
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MEMORIALISED AT KARRAKATTA CEMETERY
(please enquire for a specific location) Completed yes
Memorial Type GROUND NICHE
Memorial Location
KARRAKATTA CEMETERY ANDA SECTION A 0097 yes
Cemetery Garden, Wall or Path Site Position Completed

Parents??
Kellerberrin Cemetery
BERSTON , John. 8 Apr 1947 ages 60 years. Husband of Margaret, father of John William
BERSTON , Margaret J. 7 Jun 1968 aged 83 years. Wife of John, mother of John William
 
John William BERSTON
 

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