Sharon's Family History

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

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Matches 351 to 358 of 358

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351 Witness; William Albert Kenworthy, Emily Stokes. Family F704
 
352 Witness; William Knapp, Minnie E Wilkins. Family F613
 
353 Witness; William Stokes, Amy Stokes. Family F776
 
354 Witness; William Stokes, Emily Wilton. Family F9
 
355 Witness; William Stokes, J "Penworthy?". Family F614
 
356 Witness;Richard Hollingsworth, Emily Stokes. Family F108
 
357 worked in greenbushes in the tin mine.lived in a tent in the 1900
s. he worked on the wharf and had to walk from forest st to the wharf to see if there were any ships in.if he didn
t come home that day grandma knew he was working.he also worked on farms and was away all week,when he came home he usually had lots of fresh fruit and vegetables. 1903 he was a brick maker. 
MUNRO, James Francis (I531)
 
358 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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