Sharon's Family History

The Genealogy of the Wilton, Brimson, Munro and Forward Families

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151 Need to verify parents DAWSON, John (I3161)
 
152 Never married WILTON, Charles Fishpool (I39)
 
153 No children.
Devoted most of her life to working for the Salvation Army. 
SAMPSON, Clara (I953)
 
154 No evidence of a marriage between Edward & Margaret found Family F123
 
155 No Issue WISE, William Henry (I1352)
 
156 Occupation -blacksmith & wheelright. SAMPSON, Alfred Archibald (I1175)
 
157 occupation engine driver instructor. SAMPSON, William James (I974)
 
158 Occupation, dam sinking contractor.
Religion, Methodist.
Died as a result of a tragic accident. While schooling a horse over hurdles the saddle slipped resulting inhis death. 
SAMPSON, George (I950)
 
159 Occupation, miner and policeman.
Religion, Methodist. 
SAMPSON, Thomas Henry (I978)
 
160 Occupation, miner and wood merchant. SAMPSON, Thomas (I948)
 
161 Occupation,miner. SAMPSON, John Lawn (I975)
 
162 Occupations included cartage contractor,Mine Manager & auctioneer.
Religion, Bc

He was employed at the Burra Copper Mines for years. Later he carried on business as an auctioneer and commission agent. He was granted an auctioneer's Licence on Friday 23.6.1876- the announcement appeared in the first Northern Mail on 30.6.1876.
John was interested in municipal affairs and was Mayor of the town from 1.12.1894 to 1.12.1897 and most of 1902, and a councillor for fourteen years. He was a Justice of the Peace. He was a resident of Burra for 63 years. Listed as Teamster in 1864; 1869-71 as chaffcutter with father; 1876-77 as Bailiff of Local Court, Redruth, Burra.
For 56 years years he was a member of the Burra Lodge MU, occupying various offices withgreat credit; he was also Chairman of Trustees (Observer, 30.4.1910, p38)
From "The Family Tree of John and Ann Sampson" by Albert Leonard Sampson. 
SAMPSON, John (I970)
 
163 Occupations miner & engine driver.
Religion, Bc 
SAMPSON, James (I960)
 
164 Parents Robert and Mary appear to have married after Jane's birth. It is unclear what her actual date of birth is, as no has been registration located. FORWARD, Sarah Jeffrey (I548)
 
165 Per British Souvereign CLEMENCE, Lavinia (I1836)
 
166 per Brodick Bay SHAW, Sarah (I938)
 
167 Per Sabrina EVERSDEN, Frederick (I235)
 
168 Pioneers indexs lists first name as Ellen, Burial register lists name as Allen. RUMBLE, Ellen (I327)
 
169 possibly died 24 Apr 1933 STOKES, William (I243)
 
170 Presumably resided in Three Springs with her parents 1908-1919 ?sup?[19]?/sup?
Married "Harry" Henry MANSFIELD in 1919 ?sup?[66]?/sup?
Resided with her husband in Three Springs in 1921 and 1922 ?sup?[19]?/sup?
Later resided in the Perth suburb of Midland ?sup?[2]?/sup?
Died 10 February 1978; buried Midland Cemetery, Perth suburb of Midland (Anglican, F, 14) ?sup?[2]?/sup? 
BRIMSON, Fanny Edith (I1383)
 
171 Railway Fettler in Three Springs in 1908 ?sup?[19]?/sup?
By later 1908 he was working as a Contractor, and in 1909 was living on ?i?Lake View ?/i?Farm in Three Springs ?sup?[19]?/sup?
Contractor in Three Springs 1908-1913 and Clearing Contractor in Three Springs 1914-1922 ?sup?[6]?/sup?
Farmer of 160 acres in Three Springs (Victoria Location 3728) as early as 1910 ?sup?[44]?/sup?
In addition to his 160 acres his wife had a 500 acre grazing lease in Three Springs from 1910 to 1912 (Lease 4616/68) ?sup?[44]?/sup?
By 1919 he had purchased a further 100 acres and by 1923 yet another 100 acres (Victoria Locations 3339 and 3463 respectively) ?sup?[44]?/sup?
He kept the racetrack clear at the Three Springs Race Club's Inaugural Race Meeting on Thursday 9 March 1911 ?sup?[9: 17-Mar-1911]?/sup?
His horse Patchwork came 2nd in the First Class Hack Race at the "Three Springs Day" on Monday 16 September 1915 ?sup?[10: 24-Sep-1915]?/sup?
Signed the petition and financial guarantee in 1917 for the Midland Railway Company to provide a resident doctor at Three Springs ?sup?[34]?/sup?
His horse Marramatta came 3rd in the Local Handicap race at the Carnamah Races on Easter Monday 28 March 1921 ?sup?[10: 1-Apr-1921?/sup?
Marramatta had previously run in the Flying Handicap race Picnic Race Meeting in Carnamah on 16 September 1920 ?sup?[10: 1-Oct-1920]?/sup?
Marramatta came 2nd in the Flying Handicap at the Picnic Race Meeting in Carnamah on 22 September 1921 ?sup?[9: 30-Sep-1921]?/sup?
According to electoral rolls he resided in Three Springs until 1921 ?sup?[19]?/sup?
By 1924 his 360 acre farm in Three Springs had been sold and was owned by Charles F. THOMAS ?sup?[44]?/sup?
Father of Hilda, Fanny, Lionel, Amy, George, Ernest, Albert, Rosey, Leita and Ivy ?sup?[4: 4-May-1946]?/sup?



"Lived for many years in humpy at Muchea, and then later at Bullsbrook. Ran some cattle, and also worked as drover. In the latter years had blue heeler dog - 'Bluey' who guarded his possessions whilst the old man shopped in Midland. He would just drop the horse reins, and with Bluey standing guard, the horse would stand indefinitely. On his death, Bluey tried to prevent anyone entering the old house, and difficulty was experienced in removing both deceased and dog. His transport was his horse, and he rode throughout the State over many years. He was a constant visitor to my home, and remains a treasured childhood memory."
Eleanor Forbes 
BRIMSON, George (I182)
 
172 Referred to as Joseph Paul Rumble in Wilton family bible RUMBLE, Joseph (I63)
 
173 Reg # 1002 RUMBLE, Stillborn (I326)
 
174 reg # 1012 RUMBLE, Joseph (I325)
 
175 Reg # 1139 RUMBLE, Nathan George (I328)
 
176 Reg # 1235 RUMBLE, Ellen (I327)
 
177 Reg # 409 RUMBLE, Stillborn (I326)
 
178 Reg # 520 died 1 day old RUMBLE, Ellen (I327)
 
179 reg # 535 died 1 day old RUMBLE, Joseph (I325)
 
180 Reg # 933 RUMBLE, Stillborn (I329)
 
181 Reg # 960 RUMBLE, Stillborn (I329)
 
182 Resided in Three Springs until 1948 ?sup?[19]?/sup?
Won 2nd prize for Muscovy Drake in the Poultry section of the Three Springs Agricultural Show on 19 September 1935 ?sup?[5: 27-Sep-1935]?/sup?
Father of Walter, Dorothy, Alfred Vernon and Ava ?sup?[P2]?/sup? 
WILTON, Walter (I53)
 
183 Resided with her parents in Three Springs ?sup?[19]?/sup?
Married (1) Wilfred James COLES in 1931 ?sup?[66]?/sup?
Resided in Arrino 1931-1938 and in Three Springs 1938-1941 ?sup?[19]?/sup?
Attended the Farewell Social & Dance held for Vincent & May TIPPETT in Three Springs on Monday 28 July 1941 ?sup?[4: 2-Aug-1941]?/sup?
Married (2) WISE ?sup?[4: 4-May-1946]?/sup?
Resided of late in the Perth suburb of Yokine ?sup?[2]?/sup?
Mother of Hazel ?sup?[84]?/sup?
Died 31 May 1983; buried Karrakatta Cemetery, Perth WA (Wesleyan, IC, 708) ?sup?[2]?/sup? 
BRIMSON, Ivy (I1469)
 
184 Resided with her parents in Three Springs ?sup?[19]?/sup?
Married William KNAPP in 1919 ?sup?[66]?/sup?
Resided in Three Springs 1921-1943 and in Carnamah 1947-1965 ?sup?[19] [50]?/sup?
Attended the wedding of Robert A. CALDOW and May I. BYRNE at the Three Springs Hall on 5 October 1921 ?sup?[9: 21-Oct-1921]?/sup?
Attended the Farewell Evening tendered to local pioneer Mrs Blanche M. KOCH in Three Springs on 3 December 1932 ?sup?[4: 10-Dec-1932]?/sup?
A Dance was held in aid of herself and her family at the Agricultural Hall in Three Springs on Friday 4 May 1934 ?sup?[5: 11-May-1934]?/sup?
Resided of late in the Perth suburb of Joondanna ?sup?[2]?/sup?
Mother of Gladys, William, Walter, George, Albert and Grace ?sup?[98]?/sup?
Died 31 August 1988; ashes interred Karrakatta Cemetery, Perth WA (Lawn 5, Niche Wall, W10, 81) ?sup?[2]?/sup? 
YATES, Hilda May (I1361)
 
185 Resided with her parents in Three Springs ?sup?[19]?/sup?
She was among the 400 people who attended the Matrons and Benedicts Ball held in Three Springs on 31 August 1928 ?sup?[4: 8-Sep-1928]?/sup?
Married George Able WILTON in 1928 ?sup?[66]?/sup?
Resided with her husband in Three Springs in 1928 and 1929, in Yuna 1930-1935, and again in Three Springs 1938-1941 ?sup?[19]?/sup? 
BRIMSON, Leita (I1461)
 
186 Resided with her parents in Three Springs, where her father worked as a Railway Fettler/Ganger ?sup?[P2]?/sup?
Donor at the Gift Evening held for the North Midlands District Hospital in Three Springs on Wednesday 1 May 1929 ?sup?[4: 25-May-1929]?/sup?
Attended the Grand Ball following the Three Spring Agricultural Show on 22 September 1932 in a gown of floral georgette ?sup?[5: 7-Oct-1932]?/sup?
Attended the Valedictory Social for Miss Rachel M. A. WALLACE in Three Springs on Tuesday 15 December 1936 ?sup?[5: 24-Dec-1936]?/sup?
Married "Colin" Ernest Colston BETTY in Perth in 1937 ?sup?[66]?/sup?
Resided of late in the Perth suburb of Wembley ?sup?[2]?/sup?
Died 29 September 1983; ashes interred Pinnaroo Valley Memorial Park, Perth WA (Banksia Court, Memorial Garden, G4C, 1) ?sup?[2]?/sup? 
WILTON, Ava Netta (I207)
 
187 Resided with her parents in Three Springs, where her father worked as a Railway Fettler/Ganger ?sup?[P2]?/sup?
Won the Single Ladies Race at the Three Springs Day held in Three Springs on Thursday 28 September 1922 ?sup?[9: 20-Oct-1922]?/sup?
Proclaimed "Miss Three Springs" as the winner of a Popular Girl Competition at a Dance in TS on 7 January 1928 ?sup?[4: 14-Jan-1928]?/sup?
In 1928 donated a prize to the Art Union formed to obtain artworks for the proposed new hospital in Three Springs ?sup?[4: 2-Jun-1928]?/sup?
Donor at the Gift Evening held for the North Midlands District Hospital in Three Springs on Wednesday 1 May 1929 ?sup?[4: 25-May-1929]?/sup?
Attended the Anglican Church's Fancy Dress Ball in Three Springs on Thursday 27 June 1929 as "Dead Struck" ?sup?[4: 6-Jul-1929]?/sup?
Resided in Three Springs until 1929, and from 1933 to 1943 she was living in Greenough and working as a General Servant ?sup?[19]?/sup?
Won 2nd prizes for Three Doyleys and Knitted Men's Socks at the Three Springs Agricultural Show in 1934 ?sup?[5: 21-Sep-1934]?/sup?
Received 2nd prize for a Knitted Article at the Three Springs Agricultural Show held on Thursday 19 September 1935 ?sup?[5: 27-Sep-1935]?/sup?
After many years absence had returned to Three Springs by 1975 ?sup?[19]?/sup?
Later resided in the Perth suburb of Wembley ?sup?[2]?/sup?
Died 14 March 1987; ashes interred Pinnaroo Valley Memorial Park, Perth WA (Banksia Court, Memorial Garden, G4C, 8) ?sup?[2]?/sup? 
WILTON, Dorothy Charlotte Angelina (I205)
 
188 Resided with his parents in Arrino 1907-1912 and later in Three Springs 1922 onwards ?sup?[6] [19]?/sup?
Labourer for the Three Springs Saint Patrick's Day Committee for one day in 1925, for which he was paid 12/- ?sup?[124]?/sup?
Labourer in Three Springs 1926-1932 ?sup?[19]?/sup?
Married Mary Ann Elizabeth PEARCE in 1933 ?sup?[66]?/sup?
Farmer of ?i?Fern Hill ?/i?Farm in Mingenew 1933-1935 ?sup?[19]?/sup?
Farmer in Three Springs in 1936, Labourer in Three Springs 1938-1943, and Overseer in Three Springs 1947-1949 ?sup?[19]?/sup?
Repairer in Mingenew 1950-1953, and Railway Repairer in Mingenew 1955-1962 ?sup?[19]?/sup?
Resided at Lot 12 King Street in the Mingenew townsite ?sup?[19]?/sup?
Later resided in the Perth suburb of Bassendean ?sup?[2]?/sup?
Father of Gavan, Bernard, Yvonne, Ray, Wendy and Trevor ?sup?[45]?/sup?
Died 21 May 1975; buried Karrakatta Cemetery, Perth WA (Anglican, PD, 173) ?sup?[2]?/sup? 
WILTON, Walter Adolphus (I204)
 
189 Resided with his parents in Arrino and later in Three Springs ?sup?[19]?/sup?
Labourer in Three Springs 1931-1935 ?sup?[19] [50]?/sup?
Member of the Three Springs Cricket Club in 1934-35 ?sup?[4: 15-Dec-1934]?/sup?
Resided in Perth prior to enlisting in the Australian Army on 25 June 1942 ?sup?[16]?/sup?
Sapper WX29523 in the Australian Army's 116 Light Anti Aircraft Regiment RAA during the Second World War ?sup?[16]?/sup?
Discharged from the Australian Army on 22 November 1945 ?sup?[16]?/sup?
Resided of late in the Perth suburb of Scarborough ?sup?[2]?/sup?
Died 1 March 1980; ashes interred Karrakatta Cemetery, Perth WA (EC Section, Garden of Remembrance, 6, 116) ?sup?[2]?/sup? 
WILTON, Alfred Edward (I206)
 
190 Resided with his parents in Arrino and later in Three Springs ?sup?[6] [19]?/sup?
Labourer in Three Springs 1935-1942 ?sup?[19]?/sup?
Resided in Three Springs until enlisting in the Australian Army on 20 January 1942 ?sup?[16]?/sup?
Himself and five other local soldiers were honoured at a Social & Dance held in Three Springs on Monday 20 September 1943 ?sup?[4]?/sup?
Following dancing and speeches himself and the other five soldiers were presented with a cheques for ?3 ?sup?[4: 25-Sep-1943]?/sup?
Private WX28309 in the Australian Army's 2/6 Australian General Hospital during the Second World War ?sup?[16]?/sup?
Discharged from the Australian Army on 7 February 1946 ?sup?[16]?/sup? and returned to Three Springs ?sup?[19]?/sup?
Labourer in Three Springs 1946-1955 and then Farmer in Three Springs from 1956 until at least 1975 ?sup?[19]?/sup?
Also a Motor Bus Proprietor in Three Springs for at least the years 1947-1949 ?sup?[6]?/sup? 
WILTON, Vernon John Abel (I208)
 
191 Resided with his parents in Three Springs ?sup?[19]?/sup?
Won the 10 to 12 Years Boys Running Race at the Peace Celebrations in Three Springs on Saturday 19 July 1919 ?sup?[10: 25-Jul-1919]?/sup?
He was among the 400 people who attended the Matrons and Benedicts Ball held in Three Springs on 31 August 1928 ?sup?[4: 8-Sep-1928]?/sup?
Member of the Three Springs Football Club in 1935 ?sup?[5: 7-Jun-1935]?/sup?
Married Hilda Margaret MORLEY in Perth in 1936 ?sup?[66]?/sup?
In 1942 was living in Chittering, and in Pinjarra in 1946 ?sup?[4: 4-May-1946] [16]?/sup?
Private W69034 in Chittering's local Volunteer Defence Corps during the Second World War ?sup?[?/sup? 
BRIMSON, Albert (I1439)
 
192 residing in Tin Pot Alley with his daughter Frances. FORWARD, George (I494)
 
193 Robert Brash married age 27, Carpet Weaver BRASH, Robert (I3138)
 
194 Robert's middle name Tanner only appeared on his marriage certificate. Not on his baptism or death certificate.
His alias was Robert Tucker, after his biological father. 
BRIMSON, Robert Tanner (I178)
 
195 Sarah Munro, Widow granted 5s pwk from Compassionate Fund for 3 months. (GD2878. 7.5.1865). This payment extended to 31.5.1865, in consideration of Mrs Munro having a baby at the breast and therefore unable to do much for her support?(GR. Ftle 29.4.1865). Payment to cease 30.6.1865, is to be admitted to the Poor House at Perth if unable to maintain family without government assistance. Continuance requested, she has lost her infant child and is desirous of endeavouring to procure her own living. She is scarcely recovered from a severe abscess in the shoulder?(GR. Ftle 30.6.1865). Approved 1s paid for 14 days and then to finally cease. DAWSON, Sarah (I540)
 
196 Sarah was only 18 when she married George 30.
According to Irish Fortunes by Gladys Clarke...
Sarah made her way to SA after her second son was born.She was working as a cook at Lindsay Park the home of the Angas Family when she met William Russell,bullock-drover for the Angas Family.
She claimed to be a widow,and married William after their fourth child was born.
William and Sarah claimed to have been married 9th August 1841 in Gunning,NSW when baptising their illegitamate son Edward at St Alipius Roman Catholic Church,Ballarat.
When George gave detail of his mothers death,he signed it as George Russell and completed the details in accordance with the accepted story that Sarah had married once to William in NSW. 
JEFFERY, Sarah Walter (I495)
 
197 Scots Church DAWSON, Jane (I3179)
 
198 Scots Church DAWSON, John (I3180)
 
199 Scots Church DAWSON, Betty (I3181)
 
200 Scots church DAWSON, William (I3182)
 

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