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351 Was killed during WW1. Wilton, Albert Joseph (I44)
352 Was shot dead by her husband Sharpe, Beverly Ann (I1669)
353 We think he arrived on the ship "Marloo" which called at Port Adelaide and arrived at Fremantle in August 1895.There was a Mr J Sampson on this ship.
Together with his future brother-in-law, Wesley Nankivell, Jim had a dairy located at Brown hill, Kalgoorlie, WA.
Later Jim started a dairy in Maddington and he operated this for many years. He kept over 100 head of dairy cattle which were milked twice daily with four people milking, one feeding chaff to keep the cows quiet whilst being milked and one on the water cooling-used to cool the milk.
Jim was a councillor in the Gosnells Shire Council for 19 years. There is a Sampson St in Maddington, WA
From "The Family Tree of John and Ann Sampson" by Albert Leonard Sampson. 
Sampson, James (I954)
354 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)
355 Went East at 16 years of age. Wilton, Thomas Henry (I38)
356 When Alice married William Forward consent for marriage was given by Mary Elizabeth Grenfell (nee Sampson) Alice's Aunt. Family: William Forward / Alice Maud Sampson (F39)
357 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)
358 Wife Asylum admission
164 Reed Mary Ann 70 Burra None 42 y British Sovereign Domestic Duties 1889 E 3

1254 Reed John 27/07/1889 74 y M Wesleyan Burra Farmer Cornwall 42 y British
Reed, John (I942)
359 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)
360 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)
361 Witness: C J Stokes, A Browning. Family: Albert Victor Stokes / Elsie Browning (F781)
362 Witness; A C Stokes, V E Stokes. Family: Henry Browning / Olive Maud Stokes (F780)
363 Witness; Alfred Wilkins, Elizabeth McCarley. Family: Joseph Rumble / Isabella McCarley (F12)
364 Witness; Alice Wilton, George Wilton, Walter Wilton. Family: William Wilton / Edith Wilton (F17)
365 Witness; Edward John Edwards, George Henry "Thrupp?", Charlotte Poole. Family: Robert Wilton / Louisa Poole (F28)
366 Witness; Eva Edith Wilton, Lionel Norman Wilton. Family: Arthur Vernon McCarley / Emma Zella Myrtle Wilton (F148)
367 Witness; F E Nairn, Clementina Nairn, Edward Nairn. Family: John Joseph Kenworthy / Amy Nairn (F513)
368 Witness; Frederick J Wilton, Emma Wilton. Family: James Ernest David Wilton / Isabella McCarley (F505)
369 Witness; Geoffrey Eversden Plester, Doreen Emma Plester. Family: Harold Norman Hughes / Muriel Alice Plester (F157)
370 Witness; George Stokes, Arthur Whitby. Family: Henry Bone / Lillian Grace Stokes (F774)
371 Witness; George Wilton, Louisa Wilton, A. Smith. Family: Walter Wilton / Charlotte Martha Poole (F45)
372 Witness; W Wilton, J D Wilton. Family: George Edward Johnson / Ida Sarah Anne Wilton (F14)
373 Witness; Walter Wilton, Charlotte Wilton. Family: George Wilton / Louisa Wilton (F24)
374 Witness; William Knapp, Minnie E Wilkins. Family: George Henry Knapp / Ellen Clara Stokes (F613)
375 Witness; William Stokes, Amy Stokes. Family: Walter Johnson Stokes / Ada Mary Stokes (F776)
376 Witness; William Stokes, Emily Wilton. Family: Albert Edward Kenworthy / Clara Wilton (F9)
377 Witness; William Stokes, J "Penworthy?". Family: Sidney Watson / Louisa Matilda Stokes (F614)
378 Witness;Richard Hollingsworth, Emily Stokes. Family: John Cyril Stokes / Edith Mary Browning (F108)
379 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)
380 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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