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CLUFF Erlene
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    Surname : Cluff
          Given name : Erlene
    Family Information :
          with LEWIS Samuel Sheldon (1941) :
                children :
                   LEWIS Shelly Marie (1966)
                   LEWIS Sheri (1967)
                   LEWIS Sheldon (1970)
                   LEWIS Darrell (1971)
                   LEWIS La Nae (1974)
                   LEWIS Larry Martin (1976)
                   LEWIS Marci (1978)
                   LEWIS Peggy (1981)

CLUFF Julia
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    Birth :
          Date : 25 July 1902
    Death :
          Date : 10 June 2000 (97 years old)
          Place : United States of America - USA
    Note :
Parents:
John Henry Cluff (1863 - 1925)
Margaret Alice Ferrin Cluff (1869 - 1904)
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Second Spouse: Henry Alexander Waters (1888 - 1975)
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Burial Plot: SEC E-BLK 07-LOT 02A-SITE 06.
Find A Grave Memorial# 18326993
    Burial :
          Place : Arizona United States of America - Pima Cmtry., Pima, Graham Co., USA
    Surname : Cluff
          Given name : Julia
    Family Information :
          with MERRILL Reed Smoot :
                child :
                   MERRILL Alice (1934 - 2009 )

CLUGAGE Linda Dee
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    Birth :
          Date : 18 September 1940
          Place : California United States of America - Los Angeles Co., USA
    Note :
California Birth Index
Name Linda Dee Clugage
Event Date 18 Sep 1940
Event Place Los Angeles, California
Gender Female
Mother's Name Hayes
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United States Public Records
Name Linda Dee Starkman
Event Date 01 Apr 1998
Event Place Rancho Santa Fe, California
Address Rancho Santa Fe, California 92067
Affiliate Identifier 710326398
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United States Public Records
Name Linda Dee Starkman
Event Date 01 Jan 1998-01 May 1998
Event Place Trabuco Canyon, California
Address Trabuco Canyon, California 92679
Affiliate Identifier 722182454
    Surname : Clugage
          Given name : Linda Dee
    Family Information :
          with GERNOLD Charles Kirwan (1937) :
                Marriage :
                      Date : 6 April 1958 (17 years old)
                children :
                   GERNOLD Deborah Maire (1958 )
                   GERNOLD Timothy Shawn (1960 )
                   GERNOLD Christopher Dee (1962 )
          with STARKMAN Ronald E (1940) :
                Divorce : Y
                Marriage :
                      Date : 30 March 1968 (27 years old)
                      Place : California United States of America - Orange Co., USA
                Note :
California Marriage Index
Name Ronald E Starkman
Event Type Marriage
Event Date 30 Mar 1968
Event Place Orange, California
Gender Male
Age 28
Birth Year (Estimated) 1940
Spouse's Name Linda D Gernold
Spouse's Age 27
Spouse's Birth Year (Estimated) 1941
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California Divorce Index
Name Linda D Clugage
Event Date Apr 1975
Event Place Orange, California
Spouse's Name Ronald E Starkman
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California Divorce Index
Name Ronald E Starkman
Event Type Divorce
Event Date 14 Mar 1979
Event Place Orange, California
Spouse's Name Linda D
                Divorce :
                      Date : 14 March 1979 (38 years old)
                      Place : California United States of America - Orange Co., USA

CLUTTERBUCK Daisy May
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    Father : CLUTTERBUCK James (1856 - 1929) (Age in the birth of the child : 39 years old)
    Mother : JUDSON Maria Martha (1862 - 1940) (Age in the birth of the child : 34 years old)
    Birth :
          Date : 20 May 1896
          Place : New Zealand - Papanui, Christchurch, Canterbury
    Death :
          Date : 29 October 1949 (53 years old)
          Place : New Zealand - Auckland
    Note :
NZ Birth Index 1896/6068 Clutterbuck, Daisy May Maria Martha & James
NZ Death Index 1949/28373 CHATFIELD, Daisy May 53Y
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BURIAL & CREMATION DETAILS
Surname CHATFIELD
First Names Daisy May
Age 53 Years
Gender Female
Date of Death 25 Oct 1949
Religion Anglican
Serial No 15564
Date of Service and/or Interment 27 Oct 1949
Funeral Director T J Mc Ivor & Sons Ltd, 434 Karangahape Road, Auckland
What Buried? Body
Casket Size
Casket Depth
Cemetery Purewa Cemetery
Location Block D Row 25 Plot 10
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Find A Grave Memorial# 159051882
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Auckland probates
CHATFIELD Daisy May - Papatoetoe - Married
1949 High Court Auckland, Department of Justice
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Records say she did not have an easy life.
DAISY MAY Clutterbuck May 20 1897 ‚
Daisy May was born on May 20 1897 at Papanui Christchurch. Daisy led a very troubled life after her marriage to Charles George Chatfield (1895 ‚. Daisy was described as a type of person that was very generous and understanding of others and would help others that were in trouble, her husband was totally the opposite fiery and temperamental if Daisy‚im to his grave. Living with him was very difficult for everyone as reported by one of there daughters who spent more time at her Chatfield‚s a hard but brave life, and she never let it sour her outlook. Daisy died on October 29 1949 in Auckland, New Zealand.
Children of Daisy and Charles Chatfield
Iris Margaret (Peggy) October 20 1915 - living in Auckland.
Eunice Jane May 11 1917 - died 2-3 years ago, late of Auckland.
Douglas Judson January 28 1920 - died 28-10-1978, late of Gisbourne.
Leigh Kathleen Vallery January 7 1926 - living in Florida, USA.
9: CLIFFORD JUDSON Clutterbuck August 26 1898 - November 1981
Clifford Judson was born on August 16 1898 in Papanui Christchurch very little is known about him but in 1912/1913 at the age of either 14 or 15 years he vanished to the San Francisco Fair in the USA and on his return was given a massive hiding by his father (James) for vanishing. During world war one he spent some time in Featherston and Trentham before he moved back to Christchurch where he worked for Ballin‚e went to work on the wharf from there he retired ant to work at Glenelg health camp - a place for kids in need.
Clifford married Hillary Greta Gipsy Welsh (July 12 1903 - August 1981). Clifford Judson died November 1981.
    Burial :
          Place : New Zealand - Purewa Cmtry., Meadowbank, Auckland
    Surname : Clutterbuck
          Given name : Daisy May
    Family Information :
          with CHATFIELD Charles George Cecil (1895 - 1975) :
                Marriage :
                      Date : 19 January 1915 (18 years old)
                      Place : New Zealand
                Note :
NZ Marriage Index 1915/7601 Daisy May Clutterbuck Charles George Chatfield
                children :
                   CHATFIELD Iris Margaret (1915 - 2012 )
                   CHATFIELD Eunice Jane (1916 - 2008 )
                   CHATFIELD Denis Douglas Judson (1920 - 1978 )
                   CHATFIELD Leigh Kathleen Vallery (1926 )

CLUTTERBUCK James
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    Birth :
          Date : 24 August 1856
          Place : Gloucestershire United Kingdom - Northwood, Westbury on Severn, England
    Burial :
          Date : 1929 (73 years old)
          Place : New Zealand - Christchurch, Canterbury
    Death :
          Date : 29 March 1929 (72 years old)
          Place : New Zealand
    Note :
NZ Death Index 1929/13379 Clutterbuck, James 73Y
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This is a very detailed posting by Ian Clutterbuck with photos and charts of the family.
James Clutterbuck, born Northwood, England 1856 ‚
Posted by Ian Clutterbuck, New Zealand. Great grandson.
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James Clutterbuck was born in Northwood, Westbury on Severn, and Gloucestershire, England on 24 August 1856 to William (18.03-1820 ‚) (01.04.1820 ‚r before him was the local Blacksmith and the young James took up the same occupation as his assistant. James grand parents were William (23.04.1785 - 17.02.1854) and Sarah Clutterbuck (nee Baldwin (1796 - 24.01.1883) being married on 25.08.1815. James came from a very large family including 3 brothers and 7 sisters Olivera, Jane, William, Emma (died aged 4 years), Henry, Rhoda, James, Caroline, John, Emma (2 x) and Maria.
On 9th November 1878 James arrived at Lyttelton Harbour Christchurch New Zealand. He shortly after went to Stonyhurst a North Canterbury Sheep farm where he served as an assistant blacksmith / wheelwright. By late 1880 James got restless again and moved back towards Christchurch again. Stopping at Woodend, he worked for the Judson family as their blacksmith and while there met one of their daughters, Martha Maria Judson (born 07.01.1862) first white women born in the Woodend North Canterbury district, who at that time was a mid wife and continued on this service for the rest of her life. James and Martha were married at Woodend on 15 November 1881 and moved out to Oxford where James had bought some land and ran a blacksmith shop.
Due to a fire at his property in Oxford James moved to Sydenham Christchurch where they had 3 Children, Daisy 19 August 1882 - 1882 (at Amberley), William George 03 August 1883-1883 in Sydenham Christchurch, Ethel Sybil (6th August 1884) Herbert Walter Osborne (30 January 1887 in Kaiapoi Christchurch) and George Arnold (17 March 1889 in Sydenham Christ church) James became discontent in New Zealand and moved his family to Melbourne Australia where on 12 February 1892 at Footscray, Bourke, Victoria Australia William James was born before James moved the family again back to Papanui Christchurch New Zealand.
Maria Martha and James Clutterbuck
James was a hard man who brought his family up tough and took no nonsense from them where his wife Martha was most of the time the opposite she evidently loved children and as a mid - wife was responsible for bringing most of her grand children into the world.
James died on 29 March 1929 and was buried in Christchurch; Martha out lived James by over 10 years eventually died on 15 November 1940 and was buried with her husband.
Children of James and Martha Clutterbuck
1: DAISY Clutterbuck August 19 1882 ‚
Daisy was born in Amberley, North Canterbury on August 19 1882
and died the same year.
2: WILLIAM GEORGE Clutterbuck August 3 1883 ‚
one year old. William George was born in Sydenham,
Christchurch on August 3 1883 and died the same year.
3: ETHEL SYBIL Clutterbuck August 6 1884 - 7 June 1972.
Ethel Sybil was born on 6 August 1884 at Queen Street, Christchurch.
She remained with her family until she married John Paul (February 28 1879 - 1951) on February 23 1905 at Johnsonville, Wellington. It was reported that Ethel once told her mother (Martha) off for having 13 children and then went on to have 13 children of her own. After their marriage they moved to Petone in Wellington where they stayed there until 1912 when they moved to Christchurch where they stayed there for two to three years before returning to the Hutt Valley in Wellington. On the death of John in 1951, Ethel remarried in 1951 to a George Thompson (details unknown) in Lower Hutt. While on a visit to Christchurch to see family and friends she had an accident and was hospitalized, never regaining her mobility. Later care was achieved at Cornation Hospital (now demolished) in the suburb of Cashmere in Christchurch where she died on 7 June 1972 aged 87. She is buried in the Bromley Cemetery in Christchurch.
John Paul and Ethel Sybil (nee Clutterbuck)
Children of Ethel and John Paul:
Donald Floarance December 19 1905 - 1979,
Ruby January 2 1907 ‚
Ethel Annie (Dolly) December 2 1908 ‚
Patrick John January 31 1911 ‚
William James 1912 ‚
Eric Clarence 1913 ‚
Herbert Ernest January 29 1916 ‚
Kenneth January 25 1918 ‚
Mona Evelyn January 8 1920 ‚
Stewart Edwin December 31 1923 ‚
Victor Alec January 11 1924 ‚
Ngaire Margaret January 22 1926 ‚
Keith Arnold January 8 1928 ‚
4: HERBERT WALTER OSBOURNE Clutterbuck January 30 1887 ‚
Herbert Walter Osborne was born on January 30 1887 in Kaiapoi Christchurch New Zealand. Pre 28 June 1917 Herbert (Bert as he was known as) was employed as a truck driver with Empire Express. On 28 June 1917 things changed for Bert he joined the army and served during World War one in France gaining the British war medal and the Victory Medal. Bert served in the occupation army from 1918 ‚r he returned to his former employer for a time. On October 15 1923 Bert married Edith Ledsham (March 5 1893 ‚rent). Bert was a friendly man who would always go out of his way and was highly thought of. Bert died on February 27 1969 in Christchurch.
5: GEORGE ARNOLD Clutterbuck March 17 1889 ‚
George Arnold was born in Christchurch on March 17 1889; he was the sort of person that was always up to mischief even as an adult George appeared to be in it somehow. He married Elizabeth Stuart Merin (? ‚olombo Street Christchurch, she died of a heart problem in 1918 while staying in Wellington, until his death he always carried a lock of her hair.
George was a real character he was quite an unassuming person during the time he was personally remembered, he got on well with his brothers and sisters. George was a heavy smoker (mainly a pipe smoker). As with most of his brothers horses were his interest and were involved in his work in 1911 he was employed as a groom. He was one of the last Hansom cab drivers in Christchurch. I was told on occasions he used to take a fare to Addington, enter the horse in a race and then take a fare home again. George had his own registered racing colours as both owner and trainer.
George as well being one of the first registered motorcar taxi cab drivers must have been the first boy racer in Christchurch when most people who rode in a car with him would tell of hair-raising experiences and would never ride with him again.
During the early 1930‚ith him when he was busy. George was a National party supporter (right wing in politics) and when the Labour Party (left wing in politics) became the government he decided that his business would be ruined through too much regulation by this radical new government, so he sold the business to E H Boyce along with it his youngest brother (Francis Henry) went to the new company until his retirement.
Memories of George from some of his nephews show and tell us a lot of his character here are some of the stories from them.
Francis Henry and George often went to out of town races in Georges car he always gave his brother the car keys with himself a passenger driver telling his brother to pass the six cars ahead with 200 hundred yards to a bend his comments were ‚ll before the bend" his brother being smart fiend deafness and didn‚e posts were a challenge to him because he always knocked them over, until his youngest brother put in old railway sleepers, widened the opening and shifted them back 6 foot George never hit them again.
Uncle George was always a very willing helper but on several occasions things just seemed to go wrong when he helped, like splitting green wood, when George was due to arrive it was immediately down tools and hide the tools and any sign of what they were doing, but they were too slow George showed up early saw some of the equipment (a maul and steel wedge) and proceeded to continue to split green wood causing the wedge to fly out hit him on the nose from which he just had recovered from a broken nose, came into the house blood streaming everywhere and off to the hospital again to re-fix his nose again. George died on 10 April 1956 while boring a hole in a gatepost at his home in Boardsley Street. George and Elizabeth never had any children.
6: WILLIAM JAMES Clutterbuck February 12 1892 ‚
William James was born on February 12 1892 inFootscray, Bourke, Melbourne, Victoria Australia after the young Clutterbuck family moved to Melbourne Australia. Sometime between 1889 and 1892 James moved his entire family over to Melbourne Australia. All we know of William he was a sick person with heart problems and spent most of his life in and out of hospital. William married Elsie Watson (1900 ‚f a leaking valve of the heart.
Children of William and Elsie Clutterbuck:
Lloyd James September 21 1917 ‚
William Leonard November 9 1918 ‚
Irene Elsie April 27 1920 ‚
Joan Isobel April 17 1921 - current
7: CHARLES JOHN Clutterbuck 13 March 1894 ‚
Charles John was born on 13 March 1894 at Papanui Christchurch. Very little is known about Charles but as a child he sold newspapers on the trains and by 17 years of age until 1924 he worked as a seaman between U.S.A, Australia and New Zealand his address on known records was given as Wellington. On November 8 1924 Charles married Ellen (Nellie) McGrath (1894 ‚, they lived in Cambrose Sydney Australia, but we know that he spent some time with his brothers as a jockey in the North Island. Charles died on June 6 1949 at Cambrose House, Cambrose, and Sydney, Australia. Charles and Ellen never had any children.
8: DAISY MAY Clutterbuck May 20 1897 ‚
Daisy May was born on May 20 1897 at Papanui Christchurch. Daisy led a very troubled life after her marriage to Charles George Chatfield (1895 ‚. Daisy was described as a type of person that was very generous and understanding of others and would help others that were in trouble, her husband was totally the opposite fiery and temperamental if Daisy‚im to his grave. Living with him was very difficult for everyone as reported by one of there daughters who spent more time at her Chatfield‚s a hard but brave life, and she never let it sour her outlook. Daisy died on October 29 1949 in Auckland New Zealand.
Children of Daisy and Charles Chatfield
Iris Margaret (Peggy) October 20 1915 ‚
Eunice Jane May 11 1917 ‚
Douglas Judson January 28 1920 ‚
Leigh Kathleen Vallery January 7 1926 - living in Florida, USA.
9: CLIFFORD JUDSON Clutterbuck August 26 1898 ‚
Clifford Judson was born on August 16 1898 in Papanui Christchurch very little is known about him but in 1912/1913 at the age of either 14 or 15 years he vanished to the San Francisco Fair in the USA and on his return was given a massive hiding by his father (James) for vanishing. During world war one he spent some time in Featherston and Trentham before he moved back to Christchurch where he worked for Ballin‚e went to work on the wharf from there he retired ant to work at Glenelg health camp ‚e for kids in need.
Clifford married Hillary Greta Gipsy Welsh (July 12 1903 ‚d November 1981.
Children of Clifford and Hillary Clutterbuck
Rex Graham February 23 1925 ‚
Jaunita 1930 ‚
Terry 1933 ‚
Robin Tex September 16 1936 ‚
Tony Clifford October 13 1939 ‚
Rosemary August 23 1949 - current
10: BRUCE BALDWIN Clutterbuck August 31 1900 ‚
Bruce Baldwin was born on August 31 1900 at Sydenham Christchurch. Nothing is known of his early life but he was asked by his mother to be looked after by his youngest brother Francis Henry where he became part of his extended family. Although over the age limit on 14 March 1941 Bruce entered the army as a private serving his basic training at Trentham from 3 July 1941 to his departure on 13 September 1941 arriving at Helwan, Egypt serving in the army medical corps there until 30 September 1945. Bruce was only 5 foot 4 inches tall during his years of service but he was awarded the following medals for service Africa Star 1939 ‚45 Star, Defence medal, War medial 1939-1945 and the N.Z War Service Medal.
On his return to New Zealand on 30 September 1945 and his discharge from the army on the 4 January 1946 as promised a room was waiting at his youngest brothers place, to this his brother and his wife honoured his mother‚s as Bruce was not the adventurous type and stayed fairly close to his home comforts, Bruce however never shirked his share of providing for his brothers young family for example buying the weeks meat from the local butcher, bringing it home in a sugar bag, telling his brothers wife it was half the actual price. It was his way of supplementing the family budget. Apparently his brother‚r did pay the full price.
The family‚t pocket in various states of stickiness walking to work, (he was a very fast walker, always walking at a very brisk pace). He only relented to taking the bus in his later years. He never obtained a drivers licence, so it was walk, bus or by car with his younger brother and his wife. He once tried to ride a bike, fell off, and never tried it again. That was his determination for you. His greatest love was the garden and he spent many hours tending to the vegetable patch. His other favourite hobby was betting on the races especially when he had brothers in the racing industry.
Bruce‚s who most of them had short fuses. He worked for Arthur Yates, seed merchants for a time and then as a cleaner at the Theatre Royal, this was a bonus for his nieces and nephews as they managed to get free tickets to some of the shows there. The lollies shop next door was well known for all their imported sweets and through Bruce they got to try some of the products regularly. By the time his youngest brother moved to his retirement home, Bruce was getting too hard to manage and was fully retired and becoming infirm, it was decided to put Bruce into a rest home in Woodham Road to out his twilight years. He died in the rest home in Woodham Road on December 13 1976 and was laid to rest in the Soldiers Cemetery in Linwood Avenue. Bruce never married unlike the rest of his family.
11: DONALD VICTOR Clutterbuck January 17 1903 ‚
Donald Victor was born in Johnsonville on January 17 1903 and died the same year.
12: VICTOR DOUGLAS Clutterbuck September 12 1904 ‚
Victor Douglas was born in Petone Wellington on September 12 1904. To every one that knew Victor (Vic) it meant horses, horses and more horses in fact he was horse mad. But this was his passion and became very well known in the Horse racing industry as a respected trainer, first in the trotting industry and then in gallopers. During World War 2 Vic served in the reserves as a trainee and the story often told was that he put a Bren Gun Carrier or Scout car into a swamp deliberate or not no one is sure or if even the vehicle was recovered.
Vic was a person like some of his brothers that had an ‚orn horses that wouldn‚ion, by patting it on the nose, giving it a sense of security, then quietly work towards the off side foreleg, one sharp yank and down it would go, this technique was only known by the experienced few and was called the ‚ew broken bones and metal plates inserted he still did it no one was going to be his boss.
Vic married late to Jenny Margaret Ellen (December 13 1939 ‚n Christchurch. With his wife they became a very successful training team and if female jockeys were allowed then, Jenny would have been one of the first (if not the first) female jockeys. Vic was a very successful trainer, having won the New Zealand cup once and the Winter Cup (very prominent awards in the New Zealand horse racing industry) and was the most successful trainer in New Zealand for quite a few years.
Along the way he became a private trainer to a Mrs. Leigh Page and her husband who arrived from the U.S.A before America entered the war, and were unable to return. Those who remember her as an old nasty person dripping in jewels, but they got on well with Vic, on Mrs page‚th things went back to the old tradition of Horses, Horses and more Horses plus a few chickens thrown in to add good measure.
The stories that his nieces and nephews can remember is that Vic had this uncanny way of getting people into the races for free as told by one of his nephews that once when they were approaching the horse entry gate at Riccarton Raceway with only one pass between us, at the turnstiles he gave his nephew the pass for him to go through, which he did, while Vic gave the horse he was leading a sharp tug on the reins then ran trough the gates with the horse on it‚s hind legs and yelling at the attendant to get out of the way. As planned the attendant gave no inclination to obtain HIS gate pass thus he got in for free.
Vic died on 7 March 1974 in Christchurch.
Children of Victor and Jenny Clutterbuck
Vickie Marie March 13 1968 ‚
James Francis August 28 1969 - current
Hydaspes, 1878
13: FRANCIS HENRY Clutterbuck September 21 1906 ‚
Click on his name to read Francis Clutterbuck's Story - Story No 006.
Can you add to this story?
I have been researching the whole Clutterbuck family of New Zealand. There were 3 main groups that came over, 2 in 1878 on the same ship (Hydapes November 1878), their common ancestor being Thomas Clotterbooke (1515 - 1551). I have part of his will written in 1551, interesting reading, and my Great, Great grandfathers in 1909. One area remains a mystery the orignal Clutterbuck's arrived in Dunedin before December 1860 as their first child a girl was born in December that year (can get more precise info) her name was Frances parents being William and Lydia Clutterbuck no one knows how they got to New Zealand their decendants all come from Frances the oldest daughter as the rest of her brother and sisters died under 5 years old. William and Lydia died in Nelson so at some point they moved from Dunedin to Nelson his occupation was listed as a carpenter.
    Surname : Clutterbuck
          Given name : James
    Family Information :
          with JUDSON Maria Martha (1862 - 1940) :
                child :
                   CLUTTERBUCK Daisy May (1896 - 1949 )

CLUTTERS Wayne E
    Birth :
          Date : 19 August 1893
          Place : Ohio United States of America - North Kenova, USA
    Census :
          Date : 1940 (47 years old)
          Place : Ohio United States of America - Perry Twp., Lawrence Co., USA
    Death :
          Date : 15 April 1970 (76 years old)
          Place : Ohio United States of America - Ironton, Lawrence Co., USA
    Note :
Father's Name: Edward Clutters
Mother's Name: Anna Stanley
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Ohio, Death Index
Name: Wayne Clutters
Event Date: 15 Apr 1970
Event Place: Ironton, Lawrence, Ohio
Registration Place: River Valley Health Systems
Residence Place: Lawrence, Ohio
Gender: Male
Age: 76
Marital Status: Widowed
Race: White
Birth Date: 1894
Autopsy Performed: Yes, unknown if used for certification
Certificate Number: 028893
Volume Number: 20046
Certifier's Role: Physician
Affiliate Line Number: 83825
Affiliate File Name: Deaths70.dat
Source Reference: Ohio Department of Health
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USA Social Security Death Index
Age: 77
Given Name: Wayne
Surname: Clutters
Birth Date: 19 Aug 1893
State: Ohio
Last Place of Residence: Lawrence, Ohio
Previous Residence Postal Code: 45680
Event Date: Apr 1970
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Find A Grave Memorial# 6936660
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First Spouse: Otillio Rene Cochran Clutters (1899 - 1981)
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USA World War I Draft Registration Cards
Name: Wayne Clutters
Event Date: 1917-1918
Event Place: Lawrence County, Ohio
Gender: Male
Nationality: USA
Birth Date: 19 Aug 1893
Birthplace: North Kenora, Ohio, USA
Affiliate Publication Number: M1509 , Affiliate Publication Title: World War I Selective Service System Draft Registration Cards , GS Film Number: 1832329 , Digital Folder Number: 005257114 , Image Number: 00499
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USA Census, 1940
Name Wayne Clutters
Event Place Perry Township, Lawrence, Ohio
Gender Male
Age 45
Marital Status Married
Race White
Relationship to Head of Household Head
Birthplace Ohio
Birth Year (Estimated) 1895
Last Place of Residence Same Place
Wayne Clutters Head M 45 Ohio
Emma Clutters Wife F 33 Kentucky
May Bolden Stepdau F 19 West Virginia
Mildred Bolden Stepdau F 17 Kentucky
Albert Bolden Stepson M 14 West Virginia
Lawrence Bolden Stepson M 12 Ohio
Leroy Bolden Stepson M 4 Ohio
Eliza Mckenzie Mother-in-law F 60 Kentucky
    Burial :
          Place : Ohio United States of America - Greenlawn Cmtry., Portsmouth, Scioto Co., USA
    Surname : Clutters
          Given name : Wayne E
    Family Information :
          with TRIPLETT Emma (1903 - 1952) :
                Marriage :
                      Date : 30 August 1934 (41 years old)
                      Place : Ohio United States of America - Lawrence Co., USA
                Note :
Name: Wayne Clutters
Titles and Terms: Mr
Event Type: Marriage
Event Date: 30 Aug 1934
Event Place: Lawrence, Ohio
Age: 41
Birth Year (Estimated): 1893
Father's Name: Eduard Clutters
Mother's Name: Anna Stanley
Spouse's Name: Emma Triple H Bolden
Spouse's Titles and Terms: Mrs
Spouse's Age: 26
Spouse's Birth Year (Estimated): 1908
Spouse's Father's Name: Frank Triple H
Spouse's Mother's Name: Eliza Thomas
GS Film Number: 001574150 , Digital Folder Number: 005016825 , Image Number: 00580
          with COCHRAN Otillio Irene :

CLUTTON Elizabeth
    Trees of Ancestry     Descendancy tree     Timeline
    Father : CLUTTON John
    Mother : ? Elizabeth
    Birth :
          Date : about 1761
          Place : Kent United Kingdom - England
    Death :
          Date : 19 May 1849 (88 years old)
          Place : Brighton East Sussex United Kingdom -
    Burial :
          Date : 25 May 1849 (88 years old)
          Place : West Sussex United Kingdom - St Mary's Churchyard, Balcombe, Sussex West, England
    Note :
of Greenwick, co. Kent, spinster at time of marriage.
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Death GRO 2nd qtr 1849
CHATFIELD, Elizabeth Brighton 7 220
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England, Sussex, Parish Registers
Name Elizabeth Chatfield
Event Type Burial
Event Date 25 May 1849
Event Place Balcombe, Sussex, England
Gender Female
Age 88
Birth Year (Estimated) 1761
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Find A Grave Memorial# 185620260
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Probate of the Will of this date of Elizabeth Clutton (relation) of Portslade, spinster SAS-WA/251 12 Mar 1863
These documents are held at West Sussex Record Office
Contents:
Bequest to brother John Clutton of Portslade, clerk, of the interest on £550 invested in the tolls arising from the Turnpike Road from the N. end of Malling Street near Lewes to Witchcross and from the N. end of Malling Street to the Broil Park gate and from Offham to Witchcross To hold to him for life and at his death to the four children of testator's brother Owen Clutton of Balcomb, viz: Henry Clutton of Newick, clerk, Elizabeth CHATFIELD, wife of Henry Chatfield of Balcomb, clerk, Isaac Clutton of Balcomb, gent., and Mary Crawley wife of Richard Crawley of Rotherfield, clerk.
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Probate of the Will of this date of John Clutton of Portslade, clerk SAS-WA/252 17 Aug 1812
These documents are held at West Sussex Record Office
Contents:
Legacies of money or specific household effects To:- Nephew, the Revd. Henry Clutton of Newick: niece Elizabeth, wife of Revd. Henry Chatfield of Newick; niece Mary, wife of the Revd. Richd. Crawley of Rotherfield
To sister Elizabeth Clutton an Annuity of £100 for life and to nephew Isaac Clutton an Annuity of £10 for life, after the decease of sister Elizabeth
Also bequest to said sister Elizabeth of certain household goods, and to brother William Clutton all books and the residue of personal estate
Proved at London, 26 April, 1815
According to documents of her as Administratrix of the estate of the late Owen Clutton, dated May 1819.
Conveyance Par/234/6/3 4 May, 1819
These documents are held at West Sussex Record Office
Contents:
Consideration: £4,500.
Elizabeth Chatfield of Balcombe, widow to Rev. George Maximilian Bethune of Worth Rectory, Doctor of Laws.
The Rectory, Advowson and Glebe lands of the Manor of Balcombe Rectory.
Witness: Saml. Waller, Andrew Lovering Sarel.
Mentioned on memorial in Balcombe Church.
    Surname : Clutton
          Given name : Elizabeth
    Family Information :
          with CHATFIELD Henry (1755 - 1819) :
                Marriage :
                      Date : 17 November 1779 (18 years old)
                      Place : London Greater London United Kingdom - Greenwich
                Note :
Settlement on the marriage of Henry Chatfield and Elizabeth Clutton, daughter of Rev. John Clutton
This record is held by West Sussex Record Office
Reference: ADD MSS/44,589 - 44,590
Title: Settlement on the marriage of Henry Chatfield and Elizabeth Clutton, daughter of Rev. John Clutton
Description:
(a) Rev. Henry Chatfield of Balcombe.
(b) Elizabeth Clutton of Greenwick, co. Kent, spinster.
(c) Rev. John Clutton of Portslade; Rev. George Bethune, of Worth.
Property I, V and VI
Date: 8-9 November 1779
Held by: West Sussex Record Office, not available at The National Archives
Language: English
Physical description: 2 docs.
                children :
                   CHATFIELD Henry (1780 - 1783 )
                   CHATFIELD Elizabeth (1783 - 1811)
                   CHATFIELD Ann (1784 - 1809 Hatfield)
                   CHATFIELD Henry (1788 - 1789 )
                   CHATFIELD Mary (1790 - 1868 Brighton)
                   CHATFIELD Henry (1793 - 1811 )
                   CHATFIELD Harriett (1794 )
                   CHATFIELD Caroline (1797 - 1871 Brighton)

CLUTTON Issue 2
    Trees of Ancestry
    Father : CLUTTON Ralph
    Siblings :
       CLUTTON William (1736 - 1821 )
    Surname : Clutton
          Given name : Issue 2

CLUTTON Issue 4
    Trees of Ancestry
    Father : CLUTTON William (1736 - 1821)
    Mother : CHATFIELD Sarah (1740 - 1795)
    Siblings :
       CLUTTON William (1765 - 1839 )
    Surname : Clutton
          Given name : Issue 4

CLUTTON Issue 5
    Trees of Ancestry
    Father : CLUTTON William (1765 - 1839)
    Mother : ? Mary
    Birth :
          Place : United Kingdom - England
    Note :
Children: John Clutton, Rev Ralph Clutton, Elizabeth Clutton, Robert Clutton
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Robert, Ralph, John, Henry and William. Robert, John and Henry followed into their father‚irm; Robert in 1825 at the age of 24, John in 1827 at the age of 18 and Henry, was made a partner in 1838 at the age of 24. William Junior died in 1839 and the three brothers continued in business for another 12 years until 1851 when John retired from the partnership, having by then set up his own business in London managing among others, the Smiths Charities Kensington Estate.
On John‚ert and Henry‚
    Surname : Clutton
          Given name : Issue 5

CLUTTON John
    Descendancy tree
    Note :
of Portslade.
    Surname : Clutton
          Given name : John
          Title : Rev.
    Family Information :
          with ? Elizabeth :
                child :
                   CLUTTON Elizabeth (1761 - 1849 Brighton)

CLUTTON Ralph
    Descendancy tree
    Note :
Vicar of Horsted Keynes. The Rev. Ralph had moved to Sussex from the family home in Cheshire.
    Surname : Clutton
          Given name : Ralph
          Title : Rev.
        children :
           CLUTTON William (1736 - 1821 )
           CLUTTON Issue 2 (?)

CLUTTON William
    Trees of Ancestry     Descendancy tree     Timeline
    Father : CLUTTON William (1736 - 1821) (Age in the birth of the child : 29 years old)
    Mother : CHATFIELD Sarah (1740 - 1795) (Age in the birth of the child : 25 years old)
    Siblings :
       CLUTTON Issue 4 (?)
    Birth :
          Date : 1765
          Place : West Sussex United Kingdom - Cuckfield, Sussex West, England
    Christening :
          Date : 24 October 1765
          Place : West Sussex United Kingdom - Cuckfield, Sussex West, England
    Death :
          Date : 15 May 1839 (74 years old)
          Place : Surrey United Kingdom - Buckland, England
    Note :
William, had been trained in the surveying profession by his father, and was made a partner of the firm in 1790. To reflect this addition the name of the family firm changed to William Clutton and Sons that year. William Junior moved to Hartswood near Reigate in Surrey, a house that his father bought from Lord Gwydir, a client of the firm. The land agency business then transferred from Cuckfield to Hartswood and William Junior took over the running of the firm.
    Surname : Clutton
          Given name : William
    Family Information :
          with ? Mary :
                Note :
QUERY
Name: William Clutton
Marital Status: Widowed
Spouse's Name: Maria Boxall
Spouse's Sex: Female
Spouse's Marital Status: Single
Marriage Date: 24 Jul 1799
Marriage Place: Croydon, Surrey, England
                child :
                   CLUTTON Issue 5 ( )

CLUTTON William
    Trees of Ancestry     Descendancy tree     Timeline
    Father : CLUTTON Ralph
    Siblings :
       CLUTTON Issue 2 (?)
    Birth :
          Date : 1736
          Place : West Sussex United Kingdom - Cuckfield, Sussex West, England
    Death :
          Date : 8 May 1821 (85 years old)
          Place : West Sussex United Kingdom - Cuckfield, Sussex West, England
    descriptive data :
          Data format : jpg
          GedCom File : Grave Clutton William-Chatfield Sarah 1795.jpg

            Grave Clutton William-Chatfield Sarah 1795.jpg
          Title : William Clutton 1741-1795. Grave.
    Note :
Tombstone
In Memory of Sarah
Daughter of Robert & Jane
Chatfield and Wife of
William Clutton
who died 25 May 1795
Aged 54 years
And also of
William Chatfield of Ockenden
who departed this life May 8 1821
Aged 85 years
http://www.rhrwclutton.com/our-history.html (History of Chatfield Clutton CHARTERED SURVEYORS, LAND AGENTS, RICS VALUERS, RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL AGENTS)
In August 1762, Clutton was bankrupt.
The assignees of Clutton‚, who had succeeded his father as Rector at Horsted Keynes, Samuel Durrant Esq., of Lewes, and Robert CHATFIELD, of Cuckfield. From the accounts of Robert Knight, they appear to have carried on smelting at Gravetye at the beginning of 1763. But a different interpretation may be that from February through to May Knight merely carried away the backlog of ordnance that had been stored nearby at Mill Place, thus giving Ralph Clutton and his co-assignees funds to pay off creditors, in addition to the bar iron they were selling from the forges. In 1765, Gravetye Manor House, its farm and 200 acres, together with the furnace, were auctioned at the Star Inn in Lewes. William Clutton was appointed Steward to the Manor of Horsted Keynes Broadhurst in 1762 and married Sarah, the daughter of Robert CHATFIELD, in the next year. He purchased a career in land agency and stewardship thereafter, dying in old age at his home of Ockenden, in Cuckfield, in 1821. Through his son and grandson, the present firms bearing the family name directly descended.
http://www.wealdeniron.org.uk/BullSer2/2-09.pdf
Obtained General Certificates for killing of Game 1809
NB There is another William Clutton of Ockenden, born 1736 died 8 May 1821 buried in same tomb
    Surname : Clutton
          Given name : William
    Family Information :
          with CHATFIELD Sarah (1740 - 1795) :
                Marriage :
                      Date : 17 May 1763 (27 years old)
                      Place : West Sussex United Kingdom - Horsted Keynes, Sussex West, England
                Note :
England, Sussex, Parish Registers
Name William Clutton
Event Type Marriage
Event Date 17 May 1763
Event Place Horsted Keynes, Sussex, England
Gender Male
Spouse's Name Sarah Chatfield
Spouse's Gender Female
                children :
                   CLUTTON William (1765 - 1839 )
                   CLUTTON Issue 4 (?)

CLYNE Elman V
    Descendancy tree     Timeline
    Birth :
          Date : April 1871
          Place : New York United States of America - Albany Co., USA
    Census :
          Date : 1900 (29 years old)
          Place : Saratoga New York United States of America - Milton Twp.
    Census :
          Date : 1910/1920 (49 years old)
          Place : New York United States of America - Kingsbury, Washington Co., USA
    Census :
          Date : 1930/1940 (69 years old)
          Place : New York United States of America - Hudson Falls, Washington Co., USA
    Death :
          Date : 1956 (85 years old)
          Place : United States of America - USA
    Note :
Father: Hiram Clyne, Birthplace: New York
Mother: Sarah, Birthplace: New York
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Find A Grave Memorial# 148085987
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Occupation: Machinist in silk mill, caretaker
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USA Census, 1900
Name: Elmar Clyne
Event Place: Milton Township (excl. Ballston Spa vill.), Saratoga, New York
Gender: Male
Age: 29
Marital Status: Married
Race: White
Relationship to Head of Household: Head
Years Married: 5
Birth Date: Apr 1871
Birthplace: New York
Marriage Year (Estimated): 1895
Father's Birthplace: New York
Mother's Birthplace: New York
Household Role Gender Age Birthplace
Elmar Clyne Head M 29 New York
Carlie Clyne Wife F 26 New York
District: 119 , Sheet Number and Letter: 1B , Household ID: 14 , Line Number: 51 , GS Film Number: 1241158 , Digital Folder Number: 004114745 , Image Number: 00864
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USA Census, 1910
Name: Carly Clyne
Event Place: Kingsbury, Washington, New York
Gender: Female
Age: 36
Marital Status: Married
Race: White
Relationship to Head of Household: Wife
Birth Year (Estimated): 1874
Birthplace: New York
Father's Birthplace: New York
Mother's Birthplace: New York
Household Role Gender Age Birthplace
Elmar V Clyne Head M 38 New York
Carly Clyne Wife F 36 New York
Marion Clyne Dau F 5 New York
District: 111 , Sheet Number and Letter: 3B , Household ID: 58 , GS Film number: 1375101 , Digital Folder Number: 004449813 , Image Number: 00186
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USA Census, 1920
Name: Elman V Clyne
Event Place: Kingsbury, Washington, New York
Gender: Male
Age: 48
Marital Status: Married
Race: White
Relationship to Head of Household: Head
Birth Year (Estimated): 1872
Birthplace: New York
Father's Birthplace: New York
Mother's Birthplace: New York
Household Role Gender Age Birthplace
Elman V Clyne Head M 48 New York
Carlie T Clyne Wife F 45 New York
Marion C Clyne Dau F 15 New York
District: 227 , Sheet Number and Letter: 9A , Household ID: 212 , Line Number: 3 , GS Film number: 1821273 , Digital Folder Number: 004442103 , Image Number: 00306
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USA Census, 1930
Name: Elman V Clyne
Event Place: Hudson Falls, Washington, New York
Gender: Male
Age: 58
Marital Status: Married
Race: White
Relationship to Head of Household: Head
Birth Year (Estimated): 1872
Birthplace: New York
Father's Birthplace: New York
Mother's Birthplace: New York
Household Role Gender Age Birthplace
Elman V Clyne Head M 58 New York
Carlie Clyne Wife F 56 New York
District: 0035 , Sheet Number and Letter: 3A , Household ID: 76 , Line Number: 46 , GS Film number: 2341391 , Digital Folder Number: 004638871 , Image Number: 00684
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USA Census, 1940
Name: Elman V Clyne
Event Place: Hudson Falls, Kingsbury Town, Washington, New York
Gender: Male
Age: 68
Marital Status: Married
Race: White
Relationship to Head of Household: Head
Birthplace: New York
Birth Year (Estimated): 1872
Last Place of Residence: Same House
Household Role Gender Age Birthplace
Elman V Clyne Head M 68 New York
Carlie Clyne Wife F 66 New York
District: 58-41 , Family Number: 68 , Sheet Number and Letter: 4A , Line Number: 1 , Digital Folder Number: 005459478 , Image Number: 00272
    Burial :
          Place : New York United States of America - Middle Grove Cmtry., Greenfield, Saratoga Co., USA
    Surname : Clyne
          Given name : Elman V
    Family Information :
          with CHATFIELD Carlie Theresa (1874 - 1957) :
                Marriage :
                      Date : 10 April 1895 (24 years old)
                      Place : New York United States of America - Greenfield, Saratoga Co., USA
                child :
                   CLYNE Marion Claire \ Clarie (1904 - 1982 )

CLYNE Marion Claire \ Clarie
    Trees of Ancestry     Descendancy tree     Timeline
    Father : CLYNE Elman V (1871 - 1956) (Age in the birth of the child : 33 years old)
    Mother : CHATFIELD Carlie Theresa (1874 - 1957) (Age in the birth of the child : 30 years old)
    Birth :
          Date : 28 July 1904
          Place : New York United States of America - USA
    Census :
          Date : 1910/1920 (16 years old)
          Place : New York United States of America - Kingsbury, Washington Co., USA
    Census :
          Date : 1940 (36 years old)
          Place : New York United States of America - Caledonia, Livingston Co., USA
    Residence :
          Date : 1956 (52 years old)
          Place : New York United States of America - Hamburg, Erie Co., USA
    Death :
          Date : 16 October 1982 (78 years old)
          Place : New York United States of America - USA
    Note :
USA Social Security Death Index
Age: 78
Given Name: Marion
Surname: Lapp
Birth Date: 28 Jul 1904
State: New York
Last Place of Residence: Hamburg, Erie, New York
Previous Residence Postal Code: 14075
Event Date: Oct 1982
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Find A Grave Memorial# 148132153
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Oct 21, 1982, The Sun and the Erie County Independent, Hamburg, New York:
MRS. MARION LAPP Mrs. G. Clifford Lapp; Was Retired Teacher. Services were held last Saturday in the W.L. Froehley Funeral Home on Lake St. for Mrs. Marion Clyne Lapp of Hawkins Ave., a retired Hamburg Elementary School teacher, who died Oct. 16 in her 79th year. The Rev. Dr. Vern Pat Butler, pastor of Hamburg Presbyterian Church, officiated with burial in Lakeside Memorial Park. Mrs. Lapp was a longtime teacher in the Hamburg school system, and a former teacher in the Caledonia, New York school system. Since she retired in 1966, Mrs. Lapp was very active in the Western Zone of the New York State Retired Teachers Association, of which she served as President for three years. At the time of her death, she was serving on the State Legislative Committee of the American Association of Retired Persons. She was also very active in the Hamburg Women's Club, serving as president from 1968-1970. Surviving are her husband, of 50 years, G. Clifford Lapp; a son, Donald C. Lapp of St. Petersburg. Fla. and four grandchildren.
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Occupation: Teacher
    Burial :
          Place : New York United States of America - Lakeside Memorial Park Cmtry., Hamburg, Erie Co., USA
    Surname : Clyne
          Given name : Marion Claire \ Clarie
    Family Information :
          with LAPP Clifford G (1905) :
                child :
                   LAPP Donald C (1938 )

CMEREK Ludmilla Frances
    Trees of Ancestry     Descendancy tree     Timeline
    Father : CMEREK Steve
    Mother : JASEK Mary
    Birth :
          Date : 8 March 1894
          Place : Texas United States of America - Corn Hill, Williamson Co., USA
    Death :
          Date : 3 March 1959 (64 years old)
          Place : Texas United States of America - Taylor, Williamson Co., USA
    Burial :
          Date : 5 March 1959 (64 years old)
          Place : Texas United States of America - Holy Cross Cmtry., Granger, Williamson Co., USA
    descriptive data :
          Data format : jpg
          GedCom File : Grave Nemec Ludmilla 1894-1959.jpg

            Grave Nemec Ludmilla 1894-1959.jpg
          Title : Ludmilla Frances Cmerek 1894-1959. Tombstone.
          Note :
Holy Cross Cmtry, Granger, Williamson Co., Texas, USA.
    Note :
Burial Plot: Rows 7 & 8
Find A Grave Memorial# 23999246
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Texas Deaths
Name: Ludmila Frances Nemec
Death Date: 03 Mar 1959
Death Place: Taylor, Williamson, Texas
Gender: Female
Race: White
Death Age: 64 years
Estimated Birth Date:
Birth Date: 08 Mar 1894
Birthplace: Corn Hill, Texas
Marital Status: Married
Father's Name: Steve Cmerek
Mother's Name: Mary Jasek
Occupation: Housewife
Place of Residence: Granger, Williamson, Texas
Cemetery: Holy Cross
Burial Place: Granger, Texas
Burial Date: 05 Mar 1959
Film Number: 2115909
Digital Film Number: 4165955
Image Number: 1444
Reference Number: 18193
    Surname : Cmerek
          Given name : Ludmilla Frances
    Family Information :
          with NEMEC Stefan (1891 - 1976) :
                Marriage :
                      Date : 27 November 1912 (18 years old)
                      Place : Texas United States of America - Williamson Co., USA
                Note :
Groom's Name: Steve Nemec
Bride's Name: Ludmila C. Merek
Marriage Date: 27 Nov 1912
Marriage Place: Williamson County, Texas
Bride's Marital Status: Single
Bride's Previous Husband's Name:
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: M00021-0
System Origin: Texas-VR
Source Film Number: 1007905
Reference Number: 2:3X5LTG7
                child :
                   NEMEC Issue 2 ( )

CMEREK Steve
    Descendancy tree
    Surname : Cmerek
          Given name : Steve
    Family Information :
          with JASEK Mary :
                child :
                   CMEREK Ludmilla Frances (1894 - 1959 )

COAKES Jane
    Descendancy tree     Timeline
    Birth :
          Date : 1811
          Place : Dorset United Kingdom - Wimborne, England
    Christening :
          Date : 12 January 1812
          Place : Dorset United Kingdom - Wimborne Minster, England
    Census :
          Date : 1861 (50 years old)
          Place : East Sussex United Kingdom - Vale Cottage, Portslade, Sussex East, England
    Census :
          Date : 1871 (60 years old)
          Place : East Sussex United Kingdom - Hove, Sussex East, England
    Census :
          Date : 1881 (70 years old)
          Place : East Sussex United Kingdom - 1 Seafield Cottgs., Hove, Sussex East, England
    Death :
          Date : 1891 (80 years old)
          Place : Steyning West Sussex United Kingdom -
    Note :
England Births and Christenings
Name: Jane Coakes
Gender: Female
Christening Date: 12 Jan 1812
Christening Place: WIMBORNE MINSTER,DORSET,ENGLAND
Father's Name: John Coakes
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: P00413-1 , System Origin: England-ODM , GS Film number: 0990117 IT 2-3
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Death GRO 3rd qtr 1891
Tanner, Jane 79 Steyning 2b 163
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1891 Census
Piece: RG12/819 Place: Steyning -Sussex Enumeration District: 18
Civil Parish: Hove Ecclesiastical Parish: St Barnabas
Folio: 89 Page: 15 Schedule: 114
Address: 119 Clarendon Rd
Surname, Forename Rel Status Sex Age Occupation Where Born
TANNER, Thomas Head M M 41 Labourer Dorset - Poole
TANNER, Eliza Wife M F 40 Ironer (Em'ee) Sussex - Hove
TANNER , Annie Dau - F 12 Scholar Sussex - Hove
TANNER , Arthur Son - M 7 Scholar Sussex - Hove
TANNER , Emily Dau - F 4 Sussex - Hove
TANNER , Winifred Dau - F 1 Sussex - Hove
TANNER , Jane Mother W F 79 Kept By Son Dorset - Poole
TANNER , Eliza Niece S F 17 Ironer (Em'ee) Sussex - Hove
    Surname : Coakes
          Given name : Jane
    Family Information :
          with TANNER Robert (? - 1882) :
                Marriage :
                      Date : 23 September 1834 (23 years old)
                      Place : Dorset United Kingdom - St James, Poole, England
                Note :
Name: Robert Tanner
Spouse's Name: Jane Coakes
Event Date: 23 Sep 1834
Event Place: Saint James, Poole, Dorset, England
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: M15980-2 , System Origin: England-ODM , GS Film number: 1239222
                children :
                   TANNER Ann (1837 - 1896 Steyning)
                   TANNER Thomas (1849 )
                   TANNER William Matthew (1856 )

COAPLAND Bernard W
    Trees of Ancestry
    Father : COAPLAND Bernard Willis (1899 - 1981) (Age in the birth of the child : 30 years old)
    Mother : SALLS Margaret May (1895) (Age in the birth of the child : 34 years old)
    Siblings :
       COAPLAND Willis A (1926 )
    Birth :
          Date : about 1929
          Place : New Hampshire United States of America - USA
    Residence :
          Date : 1930/1940 (11 years old)
          Place : New Hampshire United States of America - Bow Mills, Bow Town, Merrimack Co., USA
    Surname : Coapland
          Given name : Bernard W

COAPLAND Bernard Willis
    Descendancy tree     Timeline
    Birth :
          Date : 30 November 1899
          Place : Vermont United States of America - USA
    Residence :
          Date : 1930/1940 (41 years old)
          Place : New Hampshire United States of America - Bow Mills, Bow Town, Merrimack Co., USA
    Death :
          Date : January 1981 (82 years old)
          Place : New Hampshire United States of America - Merrimack Co., USA
    Note :
Father's Name: Arthur E. Coapland
Mother's Name: Edith Lewis
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Vermont, Vital Records
Name: Bernard Willis Coapland
Event Type: Birth
Event Date: 30 Mar 1898
Event Place: , , Vermont
Gender: Male
Mother's Name: Edith E. Lewis
GS Film number: 540074
Digital Folder Number: 004357178
Image Number: 06025
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USA Social Security Death Index
Given Name: Bernard
Middle Name:
Surname: Coapland
Birth Date: 30 November 1898
Social Security Number: 001-03-8363
State: New Hampshire
Last Place of Residence: Merrimack, New Hampshire
Previous Residence Postal Code: 03301
Event Date: January 1981
Age: 83
    Surname : Coapland
          Given name : Bernard Willis
    Family Information :
          with SALLS Margaret May (1895) :
                Marriage :
                      Date : 12 October 1921 (21 years old)
                      Place : New Hampshire United States of America - Bow, Merrimack Co., USA
                Note :
New Hampshire, Marriage Records
Name: Bernard Willis Coapland
Event Type: Marriage
Event Date: 12 Oct 1921
Event Place: Bow, , New Hampshire
Age: 22
Birth Year (Estimated): 1899
Father's Name: Arthur E. Coapland
Mother's Name: Edith Lewis
Spouse's Name: Margaret May Salls
Spouse's Age: 26
Spouse's Birth Year (Estimated): 1895
Spouse's Father's Name: Ephraim Salls
Spouse's Mother's Name: Melinda Wing
GS Film number: 2057688
Digital Folder Number: 4245719
Image Number: 1222
                children :
                   COAPLAND Willis A (1926 )
                   COAPLAND Bernard W (1929 )

COAPLAND Willis A
    Trees of Ancestry
    Father : COAPLAND Bernard Willis (1899 - 1981) (Age in the birth of the child : 27 years old)
    Mother : SALLS Margaret May (1895) (Age in the birth of the child : 31 years old)
    Siblings :
       COAPLAND Bernard W (1929 )
    Birth :
          Date : about 1926
          Place : New Hampshire United States of America - USA
    Residence :
          Date : 1930/1940 (14 years old)
          Place : New Hampshire United States of America - Bow Mills, Bow Town, Merrimack Co., USA
    Surname : Coapland
          Given name : Willis A

COASH Edward
    Trees of Ancestry
    Father : COASH Nelson (1861) (Age in the birth of the child : 26 years old)
    Mother : BUNKER Ida (1868) (Age in the birth of the child : 19 years old)
    Birth :
          Date : May 1887
          Place : Illinois United States of America - USA
    Census :
          Date : 1900 (13 years old)
          Place : Illinois United States of America - Martinton, Iroquois Co., USA
    Surname : Coash
          Given name : Edward

COASH Nelson
    Descendancy tree     Timeline
    Birth :
          Date : March 1861
          Place : Illinois United States of America - Martinton, Iroquois Co., USA
    Census :
          Date : 1870 (9 years old)
          Place : Illinois United States of America - Iroquois Co., USA
    Census :
          Date : 1900 (39 years old)
          Place : Illinois United States of America - Martinton, Iroquois Co., USA
    Note :
Father's Name Nelson Coash, born Canada
Mother's Name Virginia Ouellette, born Canada
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USA Census, 1870
Name Nelson Coash
Event Place Illinois
Gender Male
Age 9
Race White
Birth Year (Estimated) 1860-1861
Birthplace Illinois
Page Number 36
Nelson Coash M 40 Canada
Virginia Coash F 32 Canada
Joseph Coash M 11 Illinois
Nelson Coash M 9 Illinois
Middy Coash M 2 Illinois
Eliza Coash F 0 Illinois
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USA Census, 1900
Name Nelson Coash
Event Place Martinton Township Martinton village, Iroquois, Illinois
Gender Male
Age 39
Marital Status Married
Race White
Relationship to Head of Household Head
Years Married 15
Birth Date Mar 1861
Birthplace Illinois
Marriage Year (Estimated) 1885
Father's Birthplace Canada Fr
Mother's Birthplace Canada Fr
Nelson Coash Head M 39 Illinois
Ida Coash Wife F 32 Illinois
Edward Coash Son M 13 Illinois
    Surname : Coash
          Given name : Nelson
    Family Information :
          with BUNKER Ida (1868) :
                Marriage :
                      Date : 17 February 1885 (24 years old)
                      Place : Illinois United States of America - Iroquois Twp., Iroquois Co., USA
                Note :
Illinois, County Marriages
Name Nelson Coash
Event Type Marriage
Event Date 17 Feb 1885
Event Place Iroquois, Illinois
Gender Male
Age 24
Birth Year (Estimated) 1861
Birthplace MARTINTON,IL
Father's Name Nelson Coash
Mother's Name Virginia Ouellette
Spouse's Name Ida Bunker
Spouse's Gender Female
Spouse's Age 18
Spouse's Birth Year (Estimated) 1867
Spouse's Birthplace MARTINTON,IL
Spouse's Father's Name Olivier Bunker
Spouse's Mother's Name Sophie Booth
                child :
                   COASH Edward (1887 )

COATE Joseph Coppock
    Trees of Ancestry     Descendancy tree     Timeline
    Father : COATE Moses (1768 - 1847) (Age in the birth of the child : 34 years old)
    Mother : COPPOCK Elizabeth N (1776 - 1849) (Age in the birth of the child : 25 years old)
    Birth :
          Date : 22 October 1802
          Place : South Carolina United States of America - Newberry, Newberry Co., USA
    Death :
          Date : 5 July 1857 (54 years old)
          Place : Ohio United States of America - Mercer Co., USA
    Note :
Find A Grave Memorial# 50556678
    Burial :
          Place : Ohio United States of America - Burntwood Cmtry., Mercer, Mercer Co., USA
    Surname : Coate
          Given name : Joseph Coppock
    Family Information :
          with DAVIS Lydia (1798 - 1852) :
                Marriage :
                      Date : 21 November 1822 (20 years old)
                      Place : West Branch Iowa United States of America - Cedar and Johnson Cos.
                child :
                   COATE Mary Davis (1820 - 1852 )

COATE Mary Davis
    Trees of Ancestry     Descendancy tree     Timeline
    Father : COATE Joseph Coppock (1802 - 1857) (Age in the birth of the child : 18 years old)
    Mother : DAVIS Lydia (1798 - 1852) (Age in the birth of the child : 22 years old)
    Birth :
          Date : 26 October 1820
          Place : Ohio United States of America - Union Twp., Miami Co., USA
    Death :
          Date : 3 March 1852 (31 years old)
          Place : United States of America - USA
    Burial :
          Place : West Branch Iowa United States of America - Cedar and Johnson Cos.
    Surname : Coate
          Given name : Mary Davis
    Family Information :
          with HOOVER Eli (1820 - 1892) :
                child :
                   HOOVER Jesse Clark (1846 - 1880 )

COATE Moses
    Descendancy tree     Timeline
    Birth :
          Date : 5 September 1768
          Place : South Carolina United States of America - Bush River, Newberry Co., USA
    Death :
          Date : 8 November 1847 (79 years old)
          Place : Ohio United States of America - Miami Co., USA
    Note :
Parents:
Marmaduke Coate (1738 - 1822)
Mary Jane Coppock Coate (1743 - 1809)
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Find A Grave Memorial# 11087542
    Burial :
          Place : Ohio United States of America - Union Joint Cmtry., Ludlow Falls, Miami Co., USA
    Surname : Coate
          Given name : Moses
    Family Information :
          with COPPOCK Elizabeth N (1776 - 1849) :
                Marriage :
                      Date : 28 June 1794 (25 years old)
                      Place : South Carolina United States of America - Bushriver, Newberry Co., USA
                child :
                   COATE Joseph Coppock (1802 - 1857 )

COATES Annie Matilda
    Trees of Ancestry     Timeline
    Father : COATES William Diston (1843 - 1902) (Age in the birth of the child : 25 years old)
    Mother : BOTT Matilda (1849 - 1881) (Age in the birth of the child : 19 years old)
    Birth :
          Date : 28 August 1868
          Place : Surrey United Kingdom - Croydon, England
    Christening :
          Date : 20 December 1868
          Place : Surrey United Kingdom - Wesleyan-Methodist Chapel, Croydon, England
    Census :
          Date : 1871 (3 years old)
          Place : Surrey United Kingdom - Croydon, England
    Census :
          Date : 1881 (13 years old)
          Place : Surrey United Kingdom - 11 Vicarage Rd., Croydon, England
    Census :
          Date : 1891 (23 years old)
          Place : North Yorkshire United Kingdom - Hutton Bushell, West Ayton, Yorkshire North, England
    Census :
          Date : 31 March 1901 (32 years old)
          Place : Scarborough North Yorkshire United Kingdom - Hoxton Rd.
    Death :
          Date : 1947 (79 years old)
          Place : North Yorkshire United Kingdom - Ryedale, Yorkshire North, England
    Note :
Birth GRO 4th qtr 1868
COATES, Annie Matilda Croydon 2a 188
Death GRO 4th qtr 1947
Cordiner, Annie M 79 Ryedale 1b 785
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Births and Christenings
Name: Annie Matilda Coates
Gender: Female
Christening Date: 20 Dec 1868
Christening Place: Wesleyan-Methodist Chapel, Croydon, Surrey, England
Birth Date: 28 Aug 1868
Father's Name: William Diston Coates
Mother's Name: Matilda
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: C03145-5
System Origin: England-EASy
GS Film number: 1278932
Reference ID: 1672
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Census, 1871
Name: Anne M Coates
Gender: Female
Age: 2
Relationship to Head of Household: Daughter
Birthplace: Croydon, Surrey
Schedule Type: Household
Registration District: Croydon
Sub-District: Croydon
Parish: Croydon
County: Surrey
Household Gender Age Birthplace
Self William D Coates M 27 Whitby, Yorkshire
Wife Matilda Coates F 22 Great Bowden, Leicestershire
Dau Anne M Coates F 2 Croydon, Surrey
Dau Minnie E Coates F 2 Croydon, Surrey
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Census, 1881
Name: Annie M Coates
Age (Original): 12
Gender: Female
Birth Year: 1869
Birthplace: Croydon, Surrey, England
Relationship to Head of Household: Daughter
Marital Status: Single
Occupation: Scholar
Address: 11 Vicarage Road, Croydon, Surrey, England
Record Type: Household
GS Film number: 1341191
Affiliate Publication Number: RG11
Piece/Folio: 809 / 137
Page Number: 60
Household Gender Age Birthplace
Head Morris Thomas M 44 Forthampton, Gloucestershire, England
Dau Morris E M Thomas F 19 Alderley, Cheshire, England
Lodger William D Coates M 39 Whitley, Yorkshire, England
Wife Emily A Coates F 27 Ingatestone, Essex, England
Dau Annie M Coates F 12 Croydon, Surrey, England
Son Charles A Coates M 3 London Bethnal Green, London, Middlesex, England
Son Percy A Coates M 2 Croydon, Surrey, England
Son James H Coates M 0 Croydon, Surrey, England
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Census, 1891
Name: Annie Matilda Coates
Gender: Female
Age: 21
Relationship to Head of Household: Niece
Birthplace: Croydon, Surrey
Schedule Type: Household
Registration District: Scarborough
Sub-District: Hutton Bushell
Ecclesiastical Parish: Hutton Bushell
Parish: West Ayton, Yorkshire (North Riding)
    Surname : Coates
          Given name : Annie Matilda
    Family Information :
          with CHATFIELD Lewis (1860 - 1913) :
                Marriage :
                      Date : 1898 (30 years old)
                      Place : Scarborough North Yorkshire United Kingdom -
                Note :
Marriages GRO 2nd qtr 1898
CHATFIELD, Lewis Scarbro' 9d 680
Coates, Annie Matilda Scarbro 9d 680
Watson Charles Lewis Scarbro' 9d 680
          with CORDINER William :
                Marriage :
                      Date : 1921 (53 years old)
                      Place : North Yorkshire United Kingdom - Helmsley, Yorkshire North, England
                Note :
Marriages GRO 4th qtr 1921
CHATFIELD, Annie M Cordiner Helmsley 9d 995
Cordiner, William Chatfield Helmsley 9d 995

COATES Daniel Bailey
    Descendancy tree     Timeline
    Birth :
          Date : 22 November 1859
          Place : Michigan United States of America - Somerset, Hillsdale Co., USA
    Residence :
          Date : 1900 (41 years old)
          Place : Payette Idaho United States of America - Payette Co.
    Death :
          Date : 12 November 1942 (82 years old)
          Place : Payette Idaho United States of America - Payette Co.
    Note :
Find A Grave Memorial# 17396006
    Burial :
          Place : Payette Idaho United States of America - Riverside Cmtry., Payette Co.
    Surname : Coates
          Given name : Daniel Bailey
    Family Information :
          with WINDLE Sarah Addoline (1857 - 1948) :
                Marriage :
                      Date : 17 September 1882 (22 years old)
                      Place : Idaho United States of America - Ft. Boise, Ada Co., USA
                child :
                   COATES Rosa Bell (1886 Payette - 1955 )

COATES Emma
    Trees of Ancestry     Descendancy tree     Timeline
    Father : COATES John William (1792 - 1847) (Age in the birth of the child : 41 years old)
    Mother : MARJORAM Mary Ann (1795 - 1838) (Age in the birth of the child : 37 years old)
    Siblings :
       BATTY Richard (1818 - 1896 Blayney)
       COATES Issue 9 ( )
    Birth :
          Date : 1 February 1833
          Place : Bathurst New South Wales Australia -
    Christening :
          Date : 6 March 1836 (3 years old)
          Place : Kelso New South Wales Australia - Church Of England
    Death :
          Date : 1901 (68 years old)
          Place : Coonabarabran New South Wales Australia - Warrumbungle Shire
    Note :
gr gr gr grandmother of Cathy.
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BIRTH V18331024 21/1833 COATES, EMMA WILLIAM & MARY
DEATH 5105/1901 ALEXANDER, EMMA COONABARABRAN
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Hey thanks for replying its abit confusing this family. Mary Ann daughter of Emma ALexander is my gr gr grandmother. Emma went under the name Waters for the first time 1861 on the birth of Emma her daughter. On her birth cert stated George Waters as father married to Emma Coates 1847 which is when Henry Alexander married Emma Coates. I think Henry/George was trying to hide from the law. Not sure about the George Waters in 1890 what connection is there. Anyway hope that this clarifies this mystery. Did I say that Sydneys mother Annie is Mary Ann sister she seems to go by Alexander and Waters. not sure where George Chatfield comes in seems to be a couple of other Chatfield men about probably related. Let me know if you have any other questions. regards Cathy.
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Hey Colin, just had a quick look at your sight and came across errors. Emma Coates who married John Gilbert I think must be another Emma, our Emma seams to stay in the central west of New South Wales. Mary Ann my gr gr grandmother married George McGregor 1866 in Mudgee then Thomas Hook in Coonabarabran 1881 she died that same year. Henry Richard Alexander born to Emma and Henry at Bathurst 1851 married Sarah Schofield 1874 in St George Queensland I think not sure when he died no death records maybe from other trees 1955 in Queensland. Dorothy Emma Alexander? born about 1855 Blayney ? married Thomas Jones in Gulgong 1874? died Coonabarabran have to let you know it was before 1900. Annie not sure about maybe born an Alexander could be Waters not sure of the year or marriage if indeed she got married to George Chatfield. She died before 1910 as stated on her son Sydneys marriage cert. Emma Waters not ALexander was born in Coolah 23 sept 1861 married to Henry Gillett in 26 Jan 1876 died 21 dec 1897 I think in Coonabarabran. So I need to confirm about Emmas death Dorothys death as well. Quite a bunch found Henry junior going to gaol 1870 for horse stealing then 1872 again next we know he scarpered off to Queensland married 1874 so he must have done something else. This is my fathers ancestors he was born in Queensland aswell as George McGregor junior moved there with his family. All I have found doing this research is convicts any naughty boys which is very different from Mums side of the family English and Irish. ANyway really must go have to get ready for the big game. Have fun with side of your family. regards Cathy
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The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : Friday 16 August 1901)
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW SOUTH WALES.- Probate Jurisdiction. - In the Will of EMMA ALEXANDER, late of Connabarabran, in the State of New South Wales, Widow, deceased.- Application will be made after fourteen days from the publication hereof that Probate of the last Will of the above named deceased may be granted to JOSEPH ROBINSON, the Executor named in the said Will; and all Notices may be served at the office of the undersigned. P. J. COMMINS. Proctor, Coonbarabran. By CURTISS and BARRY, his Agents, 167 Klng-street, Sydney.
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The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : Monday 9 March 1908)
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW SOUTH
WALES.- Probate Jurisdiction.- In the Will of EMMA ALEXANDER, late of Coonabarabran, in the State of New South Wales, Widow, deceased.-Application will be made after fourteen days from the publication hereof that Probate of the last Will of the above named deceased may be granted to JOSEPH ROBINSON, of Coonabarabran aforesaid, Labourer, Executor named in the said Will, and all Notices may be served at the Offices of the undersigned. And all persons having any claims against the Estate of the said deceased are required to furnish particulars of the same to the undersigned within the said fourteen days. CURTISS and BARRY, Proctors for Applicant, 107 King-street, Sydney.
    Surname : Coates
          Given name : Emma
    Family Information :
          with ALEXANDER \ WATERS Henry \ George :
                Marriage :
                      Date : 1847 (14 years old)
                      Place : Carcoar New South Wales Australia -
                Note :
Marriage not found as EMMA.
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NSW Marriage Index
396/1847 V1847396 32C ALEXANDER, HENRY & COATES, AMELIA NR Church of England, Carcoar
QUERY
V1847395 33B/1847 ALEXANDER, HENRY COATES, AMELIA Sydney, St James'
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Emma and Henry where married Carcoar with her father being witness, John William Coates, convict, mother Mary Ann Marjoram, convict, being deceased.
                children :
                   ALEXANDER Mary Ann (1848 - 1881 Coonabarabran)
                   ALEXANDER Henry Richard (1851 Bathurst)
                   WATERS Emma (1861 Coolah - 1897 )
                   ALEXANDER Hannah ( - 1898 Coonabarabran)
                   ALEXANDER Annie ( - 1910)

COATES Issue 9
    Trees of Ancestry
    Father : COATES John William (1792 - 1847)
    Mother : MARJORAM Mary Ann (1795 - 1838)
    Siblings :
       BATTY Richard (1818 - 1896 Blayney)
       COATES Emma (1833 Bathurst - 1901 Coonabarabran)
    Birth :
          Place : New South Wales Australia
    Note :
Children
i. Richard Coates, born April 11, 1818 in Parramatta, New South Wales, Australia.
ii. Jane Coates, born June 12, 1821 in Parramatta, New South Wales, Australia; married Andrew Hinds July 10, 1837 in Bathurst, New South Wales, Australia. Died 1893
iii. Mary Ann Coates, born February 10, 1823 in Parramatta, New South Wales, Australia; died June 21, 1848 in Kings Plains, New South Wales, Australia; married John Ingram August 26, 1839.
iv. Eleanor Coates, born December 20, 1825 in Kelso, New South Wales, Australia; married George Luck June 09, 1840 in New South Wales, Australia.
NSW Marriage Index 861/1840 V1840861 24B. LUCK, GEORGE - COATES, ELEANOR District CW
v. Louisa Coates, born November 06, 1826 in Kelso, New South Wales, Australia; died 1909; married John Wheeler February 27, 1843 in Blayney, New South Wales, Australia.
vi. John William Coates, born December 04, 1827 in Bathurst, New South Wales, England.
vii. Matilda Coates, born November 08, 1829 in Bathurst, New South Wales, England; married Thomas Lane August 25, 1845 in Kings Plains, Bathurst, New South Wales, Australia.
viii. Alfred Coates, born February 08, 1831 in Bathurst, New South Wales, England; married Maria Reed December 18, 1865 in Bathurst, New South Wales, Australia.
x. Ann Coates, born April 18, 1835; married James Morthorpe Jannuary 06, 1855 in Mount Macquarie, Neville, New South Wales, Australia.
    Sex : U
    Surname : Coates
          Given name : Issue 9

COATES James David
    Trees of Ancestry
    Father : COATES Peter
    Mother : HARDING Lesley Anne (1948) (Age in the birth of the child : 33 years old)
    Siblings :
       COATES Jonathan Leslie Peter (1979)
       COATES Matthew (1984)
    Birth :
          Date : 5 September 1981
    Surname : Coates
          Given name : James David

COATES James F
    Timeline
    Note :
No trace found other than marriage.
    Surname : Coates
          Given name : James F
    Family Information :
          with PARSONS Rosa Harriett (1881 - 1958) :
                Marriage :
                      Date : 1914
                      Place : West Sussex United Kingdom - Cuckfield, Sussex West, England
                Note :
Marriages HRO 2nd qtr 1914
PARSONS, Rosa H Coates Cuckfield 2b 324
Coates, James F Parsons Cuckfield 2b 324
No issue found.

COATES John William
    Descendancy tree     Timeline
    Birth :
          Date : 1792
          Place : United Kingdom - Trimdon, Co. Durham, England
    Immigration :
          Date : 1817 (25 years old)
          Place : New South Wales Australia
    Residence :
          Date : 1834 (42 years old)
          Place : Bathurst New South Wales Australia - Grimden Grange, King's Plains
    Death :
          Date : 8 December 1847 (55 years old)
          Place : Woodstock New South Wales Australia - Bathurst
    Burial :
          Date : 10 December 1847 (55 years old)
          Place : Woodstock New South Wales Australia - Bathurst
    Note :
Contact Cathy cageh@optusnet.com.au
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Convict.
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Conviction & Transportation
Sentenced to 7 years
Crime: -
Convicted at: Cumberland Quarter Sessions
Sentence term: 7 years
Ship: Sir William Bensley
Departure date: 9th October, 1816
Arrival date*: 9th June, 1817
Place of arrival New South Wales
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General Muster list of NSW 1823-5
William Coates Per Sir Willaim Bensley 1817 7 FS School master Bathurst
Mary Coates CP Wanstead 1814 Life wife of William Coates Bathurst
Richard 7
James 4
Mary 2 all children of William Coates Bathurst
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John William Coates 36 yo Conditional Pardon arrived on 'Sir William Bensley' in 1817 received 7 years Landholder at Bathurst
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The 1828 Census list
John Willam Coates 36 CP 'Sir William Bensley' 1817 7 Protestant Landholder, Bathurst
Mary Ann Coates 32 CP 'Wanstead' 1814 L P and 6 children as a family group
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The Australian (Sydney, NSW : Friday 22 February 1828)
George Walker, Cornelius Keefe, and Patrick Cuff, were indicted as principals in the first, degree, for having, on the 20th day of October, 1826, stolen ten sheep and ten lambs, the property of Mr. Samuel Terry, and two others, Caleb Adkins and William Coates, for receiving the said sheep, knowing them to have been stolen. On the side of the prosecution the first witness called was JOHN DONNAHOE. Examined. Is a prisoner of the crown, and at present in government service. About eighteen months ago was an assigned servant to the prosecutor, Mr. S. Terry. Recollects about this period the prisoners Keefe, Walker, and Cuff coming, with three distinct flocks of sheep to the Wimberndale station hear Bathurst. Keefe came first with his flock, and drove them into Walker's yard. Shortly after Walker himself came into the yard, when Keefe pointed to a ewe sheep, and told Walker to catch it, which he did, and put the animal into a contiguous drafting yard. Cuff observing witness look on, desired him to go away and get supper ready. At this time, he, witness was employed in the capacity of hut keeper.‚r preparing supper in the hut witness returned to the yard, and found that during his absence another sheep had been placed there. The yard was not more than two rods distant from the hut, and the station at this time was under the management of Cuff and Walker. Keefe, upon wit ness's return, was employed in driving the flock out of the yard, and to some distance from it. Prisoner Walker then drove the flocks of sheep, under his charge, into the same yard. Whilst doing so, Cuff a second time desired witness to go away, observing that witness was too busy about the place. Had just before seen Cuff drive one of his sheep out of the flock into the drafting yard. Walker also took a sheep from his flock in his arms, and put it into the same yard with the other sheep , placed there by Cuff. On their coming into the hut to supper, Cuff asked if witness would watch Keefe's flock that night. Witness refusing, some disagreement arose, which induced witness to take his bed out of doors, and attempt to sleep in the open air. It happened that the spot witness had pitched upon to sleep that night, the weather being excessively warm, commanded a distinct view of all the sheep pens. From being a considerable time 0n the station, was well acquainted with the brand used by the prosecutor. It was a small S. T. inclosed. Knows that in branding those sheep, when the brand has been very hot, that the letters have run together into a welt; so that part only of the letter T could barely be seen. About twelve o'clock the same night saw the prisoner Adkins go into the hut, spoke to Adkins, but received no answer. Overheard Adkins say it was time for starting with the sheep, when Cuff observed that they needed to wait till that fellow, meaning witness, had fallen asleep. A few minutes after Cuff, Walker, and Adkins, came out of the hut together, and went into the drafting yard, from whence they drove out the sheep, and put them on the road leading towards another station of the prosecutor's and which also, by a short cut was the way to prisoner Coates's farm. Towards daybreak Cuff and Williams returned, with their small clothes quite wet. Coates's station was about five miles off, and from the direction that the sheep were driven in, they must have gone through a water creek. Witness did hear Cuff and Walker say to each other, after helping Adkins over the Wimberndale Creek, he surely would be able to manage the sheep the rest of the way. About the usual hour that morning Cuff and Walker took out their sheep to depasture, and returned in the evening. After securing their sheep in the pens, was asked by one of the prisoners, cannot say which, to take charge of the sheep, as they were going as far as Coates's. Agreed to do so. Walker and Cuff went away, and returned about midnight, bringing with them a quantity of tea, sugar, soap, &c. Next morning, whilst at breakfast, heard Cuff and Walker complaining of the badness of the tea which they were drinking. Heard one say they would have no more of Coates's rubbish of tea, and added, "I am sure he need not grumble, for he had as fine a young sheep as any in Mr. Terry's flocks. Coates was frequently in the habit of coming to the station. Has seen him bring sheep skins there, and leave them with the prisoner Cuff. During witness's stay in Sydney has more than once met Coates in the street. On Sunday last Coates stopped him and asked when this business, alluding to the trial, was to be brought on. Wit ness was about to walk away, when Coates stopped him, and said, "If you do the thing that is right, you shall not want for money nor a friend while you live. Recollect my wife and family, and make things as easy as you can. He added that Franklin, one of the crown witnesses in this trial, would go back from what he said at Bathurst and there would be no danger. Witness refused to listen to any offers on this score, when Coates, in a great passion, said, "Then go and do your best."
[This witness underwent a long and a severe examination by the prisoners' Counsel. He was altogether nearly three hours in the witness's box. He confessed having once been convicted of perjury, and being punished for it, and also that his implication in the stealing of the cattle in question was not a solitary instance of the kind. ‚ic-house in Pitt-street, who, on seeing him, spoke to the landlord to turn him out, as he was not fit society for anyone. The witness admitted He was a runaway from an iron-gang, when he went to a Magistrate to give information against the prisoners, and that this was about fifteen months after the occurrence of the sheep stealing affair.]
GEO. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN deposed that one morning, about shearing time, in the year 1826, he recollected the circumstance of the prisoner Adkins bringing some sheep to Coates's station. Does not know what was the number so brought, nor what or where were their particular marks. Knows, however, that Adkins, when he brought the sheep to the station, had his trousers quite wet. Adkins said he had crossed a creek, and been up all night. The sheep Adkins brought at that time had a mark on the face.
MR SAMUEL TERRY deposed, that in the course of the year 1826 he sustained a severe loss in his flocks of sheep from depredators. His brand is a mark S T under the left eye. In the month of November, 1826, the approver in this case, Donahoe, was employed in washing sheep at Bathurst. It happened that witness indulged this man with more liquor than the other men, who, on particular occasions, ex pected some indulgence of the sort. The liquor seemed to impart an open mind to Donahoe, who one day called the prosecutor aside, and advised him to get his sheep re-branded, particularly the lambs, which he said were being carried away by wholesale. He refused to give any further informa tion on the subject, declining as a reason that by doing so, his life would be dangered.
Cross-examined.‚. Prisoner Walker was a free hired servant. He is a man in whom witness always was and is still disposed to place a great deal of confidence. Believes Donahoe, the approver, to be a very dishonest and in other respects bad man.
JAMES BURGESS examined ‚n some sheep in the charge of the mounted police at Bathurst, which bore a brand somewhat like the prosecutor's. There was a letter C branded under the left eye, but the brand was so obscure as to render it difficult for any person to make it out in any way distinctly [At this stage of the trial, it being then past five o'clock; intimation was given to the Court, that there were several more witnesses to be called on the part of the prosecution and that there were as many as fourteen on behalf of the prisoners. The Judge upon this suggested to the Counsel for and against the prosecution, the propriety of the Court adjourning, and deferring a further hearing of the case till ten o'clock next day. Counsel for the prisoners did not object to this arrangement, and the Court in consequence was adjourned till Thursday, when the Court met at the usual hour, and the trial. was proceeded upon.]
Mr. CHARLES SUTTER examined on the side of the prosecution‚. In the month of September, 1827, the mounted police searched his flock for some sheep, on suspicion that some of them were Mr Terry's. Blackman, the chief constable, accompanied by one of the mounted police, and an overseer, of the name of Gardner, then in Mr. Terry's employ, after examining the sheep, collected, and took away with them about eighteen head. These sheep witness got from the prisoners Adkins and Coates, with whom he exchanged the said sheep for a mare. Adkins and Coates drove a flock of sheep, which be longed to them, into a washing-yard, and selected from among the number, the sheep in question, which witness purchased, and afterwards drove away to his own station. There were several of witness's servants present at the time of this purchase. During the time of sale witness made some enquiries about the quality and breed of the sheep. Adkins said he had purchased them from Mr. Jones, a settler in the neighbourhood, and who is an extensive stock holder in that district. Coates, who was present at this conversation, con firmed the statement made by Adkins, and said he had then a receipt in his possession for the purchase of the sheep. He further undertook to be answerable for Adkins buying the sheep from Jones. Witness knows that the prisoners Adkins and Coates run their sheep in flocks together. Examined the brands of the sheep at the time of purchase. The brand was a cross. There was a sort of welt on the face of the sheep but no one could distinctly say what was intended by it. They were Iambs, with the exception of one or two. Recollects one ewe, which was thrown into the bargain ‚ared to have been once branded with a round brand, but was badly burnt.
Cross-examined‚p and branding them, there was nothing uncommon about the sheep he bought. Thinks it would not be strange if people, whose christian names happened to be John William, and the surname to be Coates, to brand J C. only as the brand of John Coates, leaving the christian name of William entirely out. Witness bought the sheep in question as Adkins's sheep. The only interest which Coates appeared to have in the disposal of these sheep, was in assuring witness that Adkins had bought them of Jones, a settler, who had a farm in the neighbourhood. Jones (the individual alluded to) has since spoken to witness on the subject of those sheep, and told him that the prisoner Adkins had on one occasion made a purchase of sheep from him. Witness has spoken of a conversation he had with the prisoner Coates. On that occasion Coates said it was agreed between him and Adkins, that he should have the wool the sheep produced, by way of remuneration for the sheep belonging to Adkins grazing on his (Coates's) farm. Cannot tell what were the brands of the sheep bought by witness of Adkins. He bought eighteen on the whole. Re-examined‚s so imperfectly made, that no person could distinguish a letter in it.
M. JAMES BLACKMAN searched the flock of Mr Sutter, in the district of Bathurst, and took thereout seventeen sheep‚, which appeared not to be a natural mark. This was the case for the prosecution. For the defence the following witnesses were called: ‚
‚rom the flock of a shepherd named West, and that he went to the prisoner Coates's station, being the adjoining run, to look for them, but found none. If they had been there, he must have seen them. The prisoners Walker, Cuff, and Keefe, were shepherds in Mr. Terry's employ at this time. If any sheep had been missing at this period from either of those men's flocks, he must have known it, from having to muster them at stated periods. The sheep that were lost belonged to West's flock. Witness cannot be mistaken in his master's brand.-‚ery carefully the prisoner Coates's flock of sheep, but found none of Mr. Terry's among them.
WM. CHAMBERS-- -Has also been in Mr. Terry's employ as overseer. Has frequently assisted in branding sheep; Mr. Terry's sheep; has had frequent opportunities of noticing the prisoner Coates's flock, both in the pens and on the run, whilst grazing. After the loss of Mr. Terry's sheep was discovered, he was called upon by the Magistrate at Bathurst to inspect some sheep which were there in charge of the mounted police. Understood those sheep to have been sold by Coates and Adkins to Mr. Sutter, from whom they were taken. Witness, on being examined before the Bathurst Magistrates respecting the identity of the sheep in question; and for which the prisoners now arraigned were accused with being complicated in stealing. Made a deposition that they were none of Mr. Terry's property. The prisoner Coates was in close confinement at the time. Witness is enabled to swear most positively that the sheep, the subject of present enquiry, so far from belonging to any of the flocks of Mr. Terry, does not even bear a resemblance to any sheep Mr. T. has. Prisoner Coates's sheep are of a superior breed, and, generally speaking, more adapted for the cultivation of wool than for the purposes of slaughter. Counsel for the prisoners Coates and Adkins here closed their case.
The learned Judge recapitulated the evidence to the Jury at great length, after which the Jury retired to their room, where they remained in consultation for nearly an hour, and then returning into Court, found the prisoners Walker, Cuff, and Keefe, Guilty of the capital part of the charge, viz sheep stealing; Adkins Guilty of receiving the sheep laid in the indictment, knowing the same to have been feloniously stolen; and William Coates, the remaining prisoner, Not Guilty, who was accordingly discharged by proclamation. The prisoners who were found guilty, were then remanded to custody; to be brought up on a future day for judgment.
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The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : Tuesday 19 August 1834)
SUPREME CRIMINAL COURT.
THURSDAY, AUGUST 14.
(Before the CHIEF JUSTICE, and a Jury of Civil Inhabitants.)
Thomas Bridgens was indicted for feloniously receiving at Reedy Creek, in the district of Bathurst, on the 1st of July, 1833, three oxen of the value of £6 three steers of the value of £6, one cow of the value of £2, and three calves of the value of £2, the property of David Arthur, then lately stolen from him by some evil disposed person or persons to the Attorney General unknown.
Counsel for the prosecution, Dr. Wardell and Mr. Wentworth ; for the prisoner, Mr. Therry.
David Arthur being sworn, said, I am a grazier residing at Boree, in the district of Bathurst ; upwards of two years ago I lost about 100 head of cattle ; I believed they were stolen ; so large a quantity of cat- tle would not have strayed away ; they were branded DA on the offside of the hip ; in April last I found three of these animals in William Coates's herd, grazing at King's Plains, about 60 or 70 miles from my station ; there was one brindled ox ; one red poley ox with a star on the forehead ; and a strawberry cow with one horn off ; I am certain these were my pro- perty ; they formed a part of the 100 I had stolen from me ; I never sold them, nor authorised anyone to make sale of them for me ; Coates refused to give them up to me until a man named Bridgens was pre- sent, of whom he said he had bought them ; my brand was defaced on these cattle, the A being altered into M, but the M was not plain, it appeared blotted ; there was also a brand of TC on the shoulder, which I understood to be Coates's ; I afterwards saw the prisoner upon the subject, and he said he got the cat- tle from the Mahoneys ; Bridgens told Coates that he would give him three bullocks in the course of a week in exchange for them, but the latter would not agree to this ; he insisted upon having back the horse which a man named Ritchie had given to Bridgens for six head of cattle, or he would drive the cattle into Bathurst, and deliver them up to the police ; Bridgens then gave up the horse for the three head, and I took away my cattle ; Coates is agent to Ritchie.
Cross-examined - I last saw the cattle about two years before they were stolen ; I know that some bro- thers named Mahoney had a few cattle in that neigh- bourhood; the name of one of the brothers was Denis ; they afterwards got into trouble and were transported ; after I took away the three head from Coates, the prisoner assisted me in the recovery of three other head of my stolen cattle ; he told me that he had two head of cattle at his place of a similar brand to those in possession of Coates, and if I could identify them I might have them ; I saw them, claimed them, and took them away ; I do believe that the pri- soner bought these cattle of the Mahoney's ; I promised the prisoner ten shillings a head for all the cattle he might be instrumental in recovering for me.
Re-examined - The Mahoneys were transported for stealing from me a portion of the 100 head of cattle ; I prosecuted them for it ; and the cattle that they were transported for, were altered from D A to D M ; they were a part of the 100 head I lost about two years ago.
Cross-examined - I cannot undertake to say whe- ther the Mahonys were convicted of stealing my cattle, or the cattle of some other person ; I only swore on that occasion to one of my cattle positively.
James Walker being sworn, said, I hold a ticket of leave, and in in the employment of David Arthur ; I know Reedy Creek, were the cattle which are the subject of this prosecution were found ; it is near King's Plains ; I discovered three of my master's cat- tle there in Coates's herd ; they were two bullocks and a cow ; when we lost the cattle, they were simply branded DA ; when recovered, the brand was altered to D M ; the alteration of the A to the M was observable ; it was an M laid over the A ; I know the pri- soner's brand was T B, and I have seen his branding iron, and the brand mark on some of his cattle ; his brand mark was not on these cattle ; I did not give evidence on the trial of the Mahoneys ; it was about two years and a-half ago that my master lost the cattle ; it might be 12 or 14 months ago since the Mahoneys got into trouble ; I heard Bridgens say the cattle were made over to him from the Mahoneys by will, or that he had bought them.
Cross-examined - If I were to buy the whole of a man's cattle and his brand was upon them, I might not think it necessary to rebrand them with my own ; I think the prisoner did his best to recover Mr. Arthur's cattle ; he was out with us in the bush for eight days after them.
John William Coates being sworn, said, I live at Grimden Grange, near King's Plains ; it is near Reedy Creek, in the district of Bathurst ; I remember David Arthur claiming three head of cattle in my herd ; those cattle I received in July, 1833, with three others all branded D M, by order of Mr. Ritchie, in payment of a horse he had sold to the prisoner ; Cornelius Brewer received these cattle from the pri- soner by my authority in my absence ; two of the cattle being fat were forwarded to be slaughtered ; Bridgens said if I would give up the three to him on account of Mr. Ritchie, he would deliver them over to Arthur ; I ultimately agreed to this proposal if the horse, which the prisoner had got from Mr. Ritchie were restored to me ; this was done, and Arthur took away the cattle, saying he was satisfied to take them, as he was certain that Bridgens had bought the cattle honestly from the Mahoneys, and that they must have stolen them.
Cross-examined - The Mahonys I think were tried in May or June, 1833, and the cattle were delivered to me in July, which I think sufficiently accounts for their not being marked with the prisoner's brand ; there was a calf also delivered to Bridgens by Arthur, not branded at all ; the prisoner might have kept this if he had liked ; his giving it up was I consider an honest act ; I did not think Bridgens came dishonestly by the cattle, and I am still of that opinion ; the prisoner showed me a written instrument from the Mahonys, conveying over their cattle to him.
Robert Ritchie being sworn, said I live in Sydney ; I exchanged a horse with the prisoner some months ago, for six bullocks, which he was to deliver over to Coates ; I never saw the cattle ; I understand three of the cattle the prisoner delivered to Coates in persuance of the bargain for the horse, were subsequently claimed by David Arthur ; I have got my horse back again.
This was the case for the prosecution.
Mr. Therry contended there was no case to go to the jury. There was no actual evidence to show that the prisoner had received the cattle laid in the indict- ment with a felonious knowledge ; but on the contrary, the expressed opinion of the three witnesses who had been produced on the part of the prosecution was that he had come into the honest possession of them.
Dr. Wardell in reply, said that the usual mode of proof adduced against receivers, was given in the present case ; namely, that of circumstantial evidence. The prisoner had received these cattle according to the examination of the witnesses, from the Mahonys, at a time when they were under commitment for trial for stealing a part of the very 100 cattle from the prosecutor, which were found with the brand mutilated in the same way as those laid in the present indict- ment ; and the presumption was therefore strong that he must have known them to have been stolen. The learned gentleman submitted that there was not only sufficient evidence to go to tho jury, but a very strong case had been made out to support a conviction.
After Mr. Therrv had replied, the court decided that there were sufficient facts sworn to, to put the prisoner upon his defence.
George Luck being sworn, said, I am a carrier between Sydney and Bathurst ; I hold a ticket-of- leave ; I recollect purchasing some cattle from the prisoner in April, 1833 ; part of these cattle were delivered over to me by the chief constable Ba- thurst ; I saw a document from the Mahoneys to the prisoner conveying their cattle to him ; this was about the time the Mahoneys were apprehended ; my impression on seeing the document which I have not a perfect recollection of, was, that the prisoner was empowered to sell the Mahoneys cattle to fee counsel for them ; I believe that instrument gave the prisoner power to dispose of all the Mahoneys cattle.
The prisoner in his defence said that he bought the cattle in an honest way from the Mahoneys, and that when they, were claimed by Arthur, he gave them up without hesitation, and assisted him in the recovery of others for him.
His Honor then summed up the evidence, and told the jury that the defence relied on, was not legally sustainable. The rule of law, and a very sound one, was, that in the possession of whomsoever stolen property was found, it was incumbent on that person to show that he came into the innocent possession of it ; otherwise the presumption was that he had obtained it by guilty means. The impression on the minds of the witnesses that the prisoner had come honestly by these cattle, was mere opinion, which might or might not be justly founded ; but it ought not to weigh against positive facts, such as were exhibited in the strong circumstantial evidence affecting the prisoner.
The jury after about an hour's consideration, came into Court, saying that two of their number could not agree in the verdict. His Honor directed them to retire again, which they accordingly did, and after a farther deliberation for a short time, returned into Court, with a verdict of guilty against the prisoner, who was remanded for sentence.
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Western Advocate
2012
Streets honour Kelso pioneers (by Bathurst Council)
SEVEN pioneers with direct links to Kelso will have new streets named in their honour.
The streets all stand in a new subdivision off Eltham Drive and Graham Drive.
Councillors voted on Wednesday night to approve the names submitted by consulting surveyors Voerman & Ratsep following extensive research by local historians Alan McRae and Carol Churches.
Among the new names are:
Coates Drive: Named in honour of John William Coates, an educated convict, excise officer, police clerk, school teacher and Kelso landowner.
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http://www.curiousfox.com/vill100/DurhamSmallerVillages_5.html
John William Coates, Exciseman, Trimdon, Durham born approx 1790. My Grt Grt grandfather. Pioneer of Bathurst NSW Australia. Anonymous.
    Surname : Coates
          Given name : John William
    Family Information :
          with MARJORAM Mary Ann (1795 - 1838) :
                Marriage :
                      Date : 3 January 1820 (28 years old)
                      Place : Parramatta New South Wales Australia - St Johns C of E
                Note :
Mary married William Coates by Rev Samuel Marsden.
                children :
                   COATES Emma (1833 Bathurst - 1901 Coonabarabran)
                   COATES Issue 9 ( )

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