Kathleen Hildred

F, #20527
Married NameSalmon. 
Marriage*1899 Spouse: Frederick John Salmon. VIC, Australia, #M1184.1
 

Citations

  1. [S22] Victorian Government. BDM Index Victoria (online).
Last Edited16 Dec 2018

Dora Elizabeth Barclay Webber

F, #20528, b. 22 Mar 1911
Father*John Webber b. 1 Nov 1884
Mother*Elizabeth Ann Barclay b. 1885, d. 9 Apr 1911
Birth*22 Mar 1911 Hobart, TAS, Australia. 
Education*4 Feb 1918 Upper Beaconsfield, VIC, Australia, SS2560. Previously at Upper Thornton until October 1917. Guardian (John Barclay) of independent means living 1/4 mile from school. Left on date unknown.1 

Newspaper-Articles

  • 17 Mar 1926, 17 Mar 1926, p81 ABSCONDERS. On the 13th March, 1926, DORA ELIZABETH BARCLAY-WEBBER (State girl), absconded from the Barton Vale Girls' Reformatory, Enfield. Description :—Fifteen years of age, about 5ft. 4in. high, fair complexion, fair hair (shingled), brown eyes, rather full face, dressed in grey dress trimmed with blue, black shoes and stockings, without hat.—(C. 1(578.)
    7 Apr 1926, p103 ABSCONDERS. Vide Police Gazette, 1926, page 81.—Re DORA ELIZABETH BARCLAY-WEBBER (State girl), who absconded from the Barton Vale Girls' Reformatory. A warrant has now been issued at Adelaide for her arrest.—(C. 1678.)
    16 Jun 1926, p184 ABSCONDERS. Vide Police Gazette, 1926, pages 81 and 103.— DORA ELIZABETH BARCLAY-WEBBER (State girl) has been arrested at Adelaide by W.P.C.'s Wilcher and Curtis (V. E.)—(C.1678.)
    7 Jul 1926, p207 ABSCONDERS. On the 1st July, 1926, DORA ELIZABETH BARCLAY-WEBBER (State girl) absconded from the Barton Vale School, Enfield. Description:—Age 15 years and three months, about 5ft. 4in. high, dark complexion, dark hair (shingled), brown eyes, rather full face—(C.4374.)
    7 Jul 1926, p211 Vide Police Gazette, 1926, page 186.—Re ETHEL RUBY FROST'S larceny. The stolen property (overcoat) has been recovered in the possession of DORA ELIZABETH BARCLAY-WEBBER, who has been arrested by W.P.C.'s Forster, Priest, and Gleeson on a charge of absconding from the Barton Vale Reformatory.— (C.3910.)
    4 Aug 1926, p238 Vide Police Gazette, 1926, page 207.—Re DORA ELIZABETH BARCLAY-WEBBER (State girl), who absconded from the Barton Vale School, Enfield. A warrant has now been issued at Adelaide for her arrest.—(C.4374.)
    27 Mar 1929, p136 ENFIELD.—Vide Police Gazette, 1926, page 238 —Re DORA ELIZABETH BARCLAY-WEBBER (State girl), who absconded from the Barton Vale School. The warrant for her arrest has been withdrawn.— (C.4374.)2

Citations

  1. [S25] School Records - Beaconsfield North 2560.
  2. [S14] Newspaper - South Australian Police Gazette.
Last Edited7 Feb 2019

Benjamin Box Baxter

M, #20529, b. 13 Nov 1876, d. 30 Jan 1934
Note* Scotch College Melb Victoria Australia - First 66 VFL/AFL Players. Benjamin Box Baxter Born 13 November 1876. Father of Raymond SC 1894–96. SC 1st XVIII 1894–96 (premiership player, 1894 and premiership captain, 1895–96). Debuted 3 May 1902. Essendon 1902–06. 67 games. Four goals. Died 6 February 1934.1 
Birth*13 Nov 1876 Frankston, VIC, Australia, #B23196 [par John BOX & Eliza BENTICK] - as Benjamin Baxter BOX.2 
Marriage*28 Mar 1900 Spouse: Frances Mary Pepper. Bride's Residence 'Levika', Green Street, Windsor, VIC, Australia, #M1216.2,3
Marriage-Notice*28 Apr 1900BAXTER—PEPPER.—On the 28th March, at the residence of the bride's father, by the Rev. J. H. Pryce, Benjamin, only son of Benjamin Baxter, of "Nallawort," Frankston, to Frances Mary, elder daughter of George Pepper, "Levuka," Green-street, Windsor.4 
Death*30 Jan 1934 Frankston, VIC, Australia, #D12667 (Age 57) [par Benjamin BAXTER & Mary Sarah COLLMAN].2 
Death-Notice*31 Jan 1934BAXTER-On the 30th January at Frankston Benjamin Box Baxter beloved husband of Frances Mary loving father of Ray and Neville, aged 57 years. —Beloved by all.
BAXTER.—The Friends of the late BENJAMIN BOX BAXTER are respectfully invited to follow his remains to the place of interment the Frankston Cemetery.
The funeral is appointd to leave his residence Point Nepean road Frankston THIS DAY (Wednesday January 31) at 3 o clock.
HECTOR GAMBLE Undertaker Frankston Phone 23.
BAXTER.—The Committee Players and Supporters of the Frankston Football Club both past and present are requested to attend the funeral of our esteemed player and supporter Mr BEN BAXTER.
The funeral will leave his residence Melbourne road Frankston for the Frankston Cemetery THIS DAY (Wednesdas) at 3 o clock.
W. E. GILBERT. President
W. E. RUSSELL, Secretary.5 

Newspaper-Articles

  • 3 Feb 1934, OBITUARY — MR. B. B. BAXTER — The death of Mr. Benjamin Box Baxter occurred on Tuesday at St. Pancras private hospital after a brief illness. The late Mr. Baxter, who was aged 57 years, had not been in robust health for some time, but his death was not expected. Burial took place in the Frankston cemetery on Wednesday afternoon, when an exceptionally long line of cars formed the funeral. Those present at the grave included representatives of football and cricket clubs in all parts of the Peninsula. The coffin was carried by old footballers who had played with or against him many years ago. The pall was borne by representatives of the several football clubs. Those who carried the casket were Messrs. E. K. McComb, B. Shannon, J. B. Jolly, C. Willox, T. Deane and V. Croskell. The pall-bearers were Messrs. W. S. Stringer, G. Martin, T. Hutchins, H. Knox, D. McFarlane, W. C. Gilbert, A. Davey and. W E. Russell. The burial service was read by the Rev. P. B. Hayman. Mr. H J. Gamble had charge of the mortuary arrangements. A great number of wreaths from sporting bodies, business houses and friends were placed on the grave. At the conclusion of the funeral service the Rev. P. B. Hayman spoke of the late Mr. Baxter's fine record as a footballer and cricketer. He had played the game as it should be play-ed, and by his fine sportsmanship taught others to play the game in the field ,and, by so doing, taught them something of the game of life. Reference is made to the late Mr. Baxter's career in the athletic world in another column of this issue.6
  • 3 Feb 1934, LATE BEN BAXTER. Great Sporting Identity
    BENJAMIN BOX BAXTER, aged 57, who died after a short illness at Frankston on Tuesday, was the greatest cricketer the Peninsula has produced. He made many centuries and took hundreds of wickets. At one time he was with Hawksburn in District cricket. A former champion at sport at Scotch College, Baxter, after his school days, turned a professional pedestrian. He won numerous Sheffield handicaps, including a Frankston Gift, and as a hurdler was outstanding. He was a former captain of the Frankston Football and Cricket Clubs, and proved a match-winner on many occasions. He at one period, played ably for Essendon in the League, and represented Victoria against South Australia. At the funeral the coffin-bearers were: —E. K. Comb, who has been associated with the Frankston Football Club as a player and official for 45 years, Tom Deane (45 years), Bert Shannon (42 years), Charlie Willox (42 years), Jim Jolly (24 years), Vincent Crosskell (19 years), The pall-bearers were Messrs W. Stringer (president of the Peninsula Football League), G. Martin (a former Richmond player and a former secretary of the Sorrento Football Club), T. Hutchins (associated with the Mornington Football Club for 50 years and a life member and former secretary of the Peninsula League), D. Kennedy, senr. (a former captain of the Frankston Football Club), W. C. Gilbert (president of the Frankston Football Club), H. L. Knox (player and official of Hastings Football Club for 43 years), A. Davey (a former president of the Mount Eliza Cricket Club), and D. Macfarlane (representing the Frankston Life Saving Club). Wreaths were sent from most of the sporting organisations functioning on the Peninsula, and more than 400 persons, including many sportsmen, attended the funeral.7

Citations

  1. [S80] Ancestry - Family Tree, debbilm58.
  2. [S22] Victorian Government. BDM Index Victoria (online).
  3. [S80] Ancestry - Family Tree, Sally Hock.
  4. [S11] Newspaper - Argus The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Sat 28 Apr 1900, p9
    http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article9057824
  5. [S11] Newspaper - Argus The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Wed 31 Jan 1934, p1
    http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article11734577
  6. [S14] Newspaper - Frankston and Somerville Standard (Vic. : 1921 - 1939), Sat 3 Feb 1934, p1
    http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article73270613
  7. [S14] Newspaper - Sporting Globe (Melbourne, Vic. : 1922 - 1954), Sat 3 Feb 1934, p4
    http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article184274506
Last Edited12 Dec 2018

Frances Mary Pepper

F, #20530, b. 1873, d. 1962
Married NameBaxter. 
Birth*1873 Prahran, VIC, Australia, #B11819.1 
Marriage*28 Mar 1900 Spouse: Benjamin Box Baxter. Bride's Residence 'Levika', Green Street, Windsor, VIC, Australia, #M1216.2,3
Marriage-Notice*28 Apr 1900BAXTER—PEPPER.—On the 28th March, at the residence of the bride's father, by the Rev. J. H. Pryce, Benjamin, only son of Benjamin Baxter, of "Nallawort," Frankston, to Frances Mary, elder daughter of George Pepper, "Levuka," Green-street, Windsor.4 
Widow30 Jan 1934Frances Mary Pepper became a widow upon the death of her husband Benjamin Box Baxter.2 
Death*1962 Malvern, VIC, Australia, #D9191 (Age 89) [par George PEPPER & Mary Ann REED].5 

Citations

  1. [S22] Victorian Government. BDM Index Victoria (online) "registered at Prahran - but #D9191/1962 states place of birth Frankston."
  2. [S22] Victorian Government. BDM Index Victoria (online).
  3. [S80] Ancestry - Family Tree, Sally Hock.
  4. [S11] Newspaper - Argus The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Sat 28 Apr 1900, p9
    http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article9057824
  5. [S22] Victorian Government. BDM Index Victoria (online) "#D9191/1962 place of birth Frankston."
Last Edited12 Dec 2018

George Hale

M, #20534, b. 1793
Birth*1793 
Marriage* Spouse: Anna Fox. Gloucestershire, England.
 
(Migrant) Migration/Travel14 Mar 1833 Sailing with Anna Hale Hannah Hale to Hobart, TAS, Australia. Ship Princess Elizabeth - also Emma (10), Elizabeth (9), Caroline (8), William (6), Esther (5)
Age 40 - a weaver.1

Family

Anna Fox
Children 1.Hannah Hale+ b. 9 Sep 1821, d. 25 Jun 1911
 2.Emma Hale+ b. 1823, d. 29 Jul 1888
 3.Maria Hale+ b. 8 May 1836, d. 11 Jul 1909

Citations

  1. [S64] Archives Office of Tasmania. BDM Index Tasmania "Tasmania Name Index."
Last Edited24 Aug 2018

Anna Fox

F, #20535
Married NameHale. 
Marriage* Spouse: George Hale. Gloucestershire, England.
 
(Migrant) Migration/Travel14 Mar 1833 Sailing with George Hale Hannah Hale to Hobart, TAS, Australia. Ship Princess Elizabeth - also Emma (10), Elizabeth (9), Caroline (8), William (6), Esther (5)
Age 34.1

Family

George Hale b. 1793
Children 1.Hannah Hale+ b. 9 Sep 1821, d. 25 Jun 1911
 2.Emma Hale+ b. 1823, d. 29 Jul 1888
 3.Maria Hale+ b. 8 May 1836, d. 11 Jul 1909

Citations

  1. [S64] Archives Office of Tasmania. BDM Index Tasmania "Tasmania Name Index."
Last Edited16 Dec 2018

Emma Hale

F, #20536, b. 1823, d. 29 Jul 1888
Father*George Hale b. 1793
Mother*Anna Fox
Married NameRea. 
Married NameSidebottom.1 
Birth*1823 Gloucestershire, England. 
Marriage*25 Jun 1839 Spouse: William Langford Sidebottom. St James, West Melbourne, VIC, Australia.2
 
Num Child*bt 1840 - 1849Emma Sidebottom and William Langford Sidebottom had 5 children.2 
Widow7 Jun 1849Emma Hale became a widow upon the death of her husband William Langford Sidebottom.1 
Num Child*bt 1852 - 1866Emma Rea and James Rea had 7 children.2 
Marriage*21 Feb 1852 Spouse: James Rea. Keelbundoora (Heidelberg), VIC, Australia.2
 
Death*29 Jul 1888 Seymour. 

Family

William Langford Sidebottom b. 1801, d. 7 Jun 1849
Child 1.Hannah 'Annie' Sidebottom2 b. 3 Jan 1842, d. 9 Mar 1925

Citations

  1. [S80] Ancestry - Family Tree.
  2. [S80] Ancestry - Family Tree, dawesj1.
Last Edited24 Aug 2018

William Langford Sidebottom1

M, #20537, b. 1801, d. 7 Jun 1849
Birth*1801 Cheshire, England.1 
Note*1825 Convict arrived TAS 1825.2 
Marriage*25 Jun 1839 Spouse: Emma Hale. St James, West Melbourne, VIC, Australia.2
 
Num Child*bt 1840 - 1849William Langford Sidebottom and Emma Sidebottom had 5 children.2 
Death*7 Jun 1849 VIC, Australia.1 

Family

Emma Hale b. 1823, d. 29 Jul 1888
Child 1.Hannah 'Annie' Sidebottom2 b. 3 Jan 1842, d. 9 Mar 1925

Citations

  1. [S80] Ancestry - Family Tree.
  2. [S80] Ancestry - Family Tree, dawesj1.
Last Edited24 Aug 2018

Hannah 'Annie' Sidebottom1

F, #20538, b. 3 Jan 1842, d. 9 Mar 1925
Father*William Langford Sidebottom1 b. 1801, d. 7 Jun 1849
Mother*Emma Hale1 b. 1823, d. 29 Jul 1888
Name Variation Hannah 'Annie' Sidebottom was also known as Annie Langford. 
Note* Emma A'Beckett Annie was close to her cousin Emma A'Beckett.2 
Birth*3 Jan 1842 Merri Creek, VIC, Australia, #B12733.1 
Death*9 Mar 1925 Ringwood, VIC, Australia, #D3191 (Age 83) [par William LANGFORD & Emma HALE] - as Hannah LANGFORD.1 

Citations

  1. [S80] Ancestry - Family Tree, dawesj1.
  2. [S356] Brenda Niall, The Boyds.
Last Edited24 Aug 2018

James Rea

M, #20539, b. 1830, d. 17 Jul 1897
Birth*1830 Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland.1 
Num Child*bt 1852 - 1866James Rea and Emma Rea had 7 children.1 
Marriage*21 Feb 1852 Spouse: Emma Hale. Keelbundoora (Heidelberg), VIC, Australia.1
 
Widower29 Jul 1888James Rea became a widower upon the death of his wife Emma Hale
Death*17 Jul 1897 Malvern, VIC, Australia.1 

Citations

  1. [S80] Ancestry - Family Tree, dawesj1.
Last Edited24 Aug 2018
 

NOTE

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