Note for: John Albert Julian, 26 OCT 1866 - 02 OCT 1946 Index
walked from either Beltana or Blinman, South Australia to Broken Hill, Ne w South Wales, carrying his 'swag', a distance of 320 kilometers throug h very hostile outback country. The trek took 9 days, but he found wor k for 3 weeks. He then walked back to Beltana. This time the trek too k 6 days.
Note for: Charles Symons, - 10 MAY 1925 Index
Buried with his wife Mary-Ann
Note for: Albert Gilroy Symons, - 1918 Index
died in France, 1st AIF
Note for: John Malcolm Symons, - 1916 Index
Died in France, 1st AIF
Note for: Isaac Eliakum Wayland, 17 MAY 1880 - Index
Went to the Western Australian goldfields at or near Kalgoorlie
With his wife, he walked behind a bullock wagon from Kalgoorlie to Broke n Hill, NSW.
Note for: Kadmiel Keynes, 15 MAY 1846 - 11 NOV 1927 Index
Died at home of Ellen Angelina Custance (nee Keynes), his eldest daughte r at Wilmington.
Plot #205 Row #24
Note for: Keith Lofts, - Index
Note for: Joylene Harris, - Index
died as a baby
Note for: Geoffrey Harris, - Index
Note for: Robert Andrew Vogt, - Index
twin to David John
Note for: David John Vogt, - Index
twin to Robert Andrew
Note for: Mary Ann Julian, 1842 - 27 OCT 1911 Index
References: IGI P015541, GRO probably Helston Mar Q 1842 9/1?
Emigrated with her family
Note for: Benjamin James Atkins, ABT MAY 1978 - 05 FEB 1981 Index
Service at the Turner Funeral Chapel, then the Brighton Public Cemetery ( St. Judes).
Note for: Kish Caines, JAN 1816 - Index
in baptism record
There is a Kish Caines in my family tree whose birthdate and place of ori gin
is unknown. However, it is a known fact that many young men came from
England, married and settled down in Newfoundland. "My" Kish was marrie d
sometime before 1843 and had a son named Jacob. The dates could fit an d it
would make sense to have a son named for his father.
Kish Caines reference
I have no record of how Kish Caines arrived in Newfoundland. Most young E nglishmen usually came as a crew member of a fishing ship or as stowaways . On arrival they settled in small fishing villages and raised their fami lies. Most of those fishing villages had no ministers, therefore, very fe w records were kept.
The first record I have of Kish Caines here in Newfoundland was recorde d by Rev. Martin Blackmore when he baptized three of his children at Fo x Island. (Burgeo area on the South West Coast of Nfld). There was no re cord kept of the ships that came to Newfoundland. These ships came and fi shed of the coast of Nfld and in the fall they returned to England. Ther e were several large English companys stationed in Newfoundland at that t ime.
Most young men came to Newfoundland from England because of the poor cond itions in England at that time .
They were unable to pay their way so they came as stowaways. Often the y did not want to be found so they hid away in the small fishing villages .