Sharon's Family History

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



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201 Well-known. Identity's Death,- By the death of Mr. Edward Poole, of Shenton Street,/ Geraldton, which occurred early on Sunday morning, at th,e Victoria Hospital, an old identity .of Bookara and Geraldton has passed away,. Deceased, who was 79 years -f age was a native of Suffolk, England, and for .several years, past had been living1 in Shenton Street, where he cul . itivated a garden. . He is survived by one son, who lives at Bookara. His -wife ' predeceased him several years ago. The ? funeral- took place at the Anglican Cemetery, Greenough, yester djLy? the Bcv. G. '' Arblaster corducting the  POOLE, Edward (I212)
202 Went East at 16 years of age. WILTON, Thomas Henry (I38)
203 When Alice married William Forward consent for marriage was given by Mary Elizabeth Grenfell (nee Sampson) Alice's Aunt. Family F39
204 When his son William George was born in 1903, Edward was living at 363 Bourke st Sydney.His occupation was a hairdresser.
By 1910 Edward was living at 169 Aberdeen st Perth.
Tenant in the Albany town boundry 1912-1913.
In 1916 he was farming at Torbay near Albany,WA.
Edward is buried at Albany Pioneer Cemetery,Methodist Portion,(Top) section,row N,grave 12.
Edward's headstone inscription reads Forward,Edward James.Accidentally killed 23rd December 1921.Husband of Sarah, father of Isabella and Eva. 
FORWARD, Edward James (I549)
205 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1)
206 William's occupation was a miner,He arrived in SA when he was about 9 years old.
His occupations included miner,dam sinker & contact teamster.
William was living in Mica street,Broken Hill at the time of his death. 
SAMPSON, William (I943)
207 WILTON, J o nn. b. 1818 d. 23 . 4 . 1890 (Greenougb), arr. 13.1.1853 per Travancore with wife, m. 31.8-1843 (Bristol) Mary Marklove FISHPOOL (& 4 chd) b . 1817 / 8 d . 27.4.1896. Cbd . John Mark10ve b . 1844 d. 1907. Mary (twin) b. 1846 d. 1886, Thomas Fishpool (twin) b. 1846 d. 1934. Robert Abel b . 1849 d. 1939, Clara b. 1853 d . 1922 , Emily b.1856, Louisa b. 1858 d. 1896 . Perth Town Lot 1855. House carpenter before arrival. Bt. land on "Bac k Flats" Greenough . . Farmer, Walkaway, rest of his life. Employed 4 T/ L men on occasions 1868-1874 including a carpenter. Died of an accident with a tip-cart. WILTON, John (I8)
208 Witness: C J Stokes, A Browning. Family F781
209 Witness; A C Stokes, V E Stokes. Family F780
210 Witness; Alice Wilton, George Wilton, Walter Wilton. Family F17
211 Witness; Edward John Edwards, George Henry "Thrupp?", Charlotte Poole. Family F28
212 Witness; Eva Edith Wilton, Lionel Norman Wilton. Family F148
213 Witness; F E Nairn, Clementina Nairn, Edward Nairn. Family F513
214 Witness; Frederick J Wilton, Emma Wilton. Family F505
215 Witness; Geoffrey Eversden Plester, Doreen Emma Plester. Family F157
216 Witness; George Stokes, Arthur Whitby. Family F774
217 Witness; George Wilton, Louisa Wilton, A. Smith. Family F45
218 Witness; W Wilton, J D Wilton. Family F14
219 Witness; Walter Wilton, Charlotte Wilton. Family F24
220 Witness; William Knapp, Minnie E Wilkins. Family F613
221 Witness; William Stokes, Amy Stokes. Family F776
222 Witness; William Stokes, Emily Wilton. Family F9
223 Witness; William Stokes, J "Penworthy?". Family F614
224 Witness;Richard Hollingsworth, Emily Stokes. Family F108
225 York l859 Census shows John as employed by W. Robins.(? shepherd, Pinjarra l880-l884). Emp. 2 or 3 T/L men - possibly one at Middle Swan l864. He was apparently a woodcutter at Perth l873, and a labourer at Quindanning, Williams River l879. A farmer before l900.

Police Gazette Western Australia No 39, Wednesday September 30th l885, Page l60 gives a lengthy account of the murder of Catherine Waldock (nee Fletcher).
"Williams. Inquest. On the l9th inst, at the Police Court, before J.C. Rosselloty, R.M. & Coroner, on the body of Catherine Waldock, who was shot dead at Quindanning on the l6th inst. Verdict "Death from a gunshot wound, such wound having been inflicted by one Henry Sherry."

The West Australian, Wednesday October 28th l885, tells of the hanging of Henry Sherry. He had been transported in l863 per 'Dalhousie'. He left a wife and six children.
His widow, Annie Sherry, subsequently became John's second wife. 
WALDOCK, John (I305)

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