Maud Eleanor Wood

F, #10504, d. 6 Jan 1931
Married NameSmith. 
Marriage*22 May 1891 Spouse: Sydney Wigham Smith. Christ Church, St Kilda, VIC, Australia, #M2704.1
 
Marriage-Notice*23 May 1891SMITH—WOOD.—On the 22nd ult, at Christ Church, St. Kilda, by the Rev. J. Stanley Low, Sydney W., second eldest son of the late Sydney W. Smith, C.E., to Maudie, eldest daughter of A. E. Wood, of Hollywood, Aclahd-street, St Kilda.2 
Death*6 Jan 1931 
Death-Notice*7 Jan 1931SMITH.—On the 6th January, at No. 1 Erskine-street, Malvern, Maude Eleanor, beloved wife of Sydney W. Smith, and loved mother of Doff Cowles. Private Interment. No flowers.3 

Citations

  1. [S2] Registry of Births Deaths and Marriages Federation Index Victoria 1889-1901.
  2. [S14] Newspaper - The Australasian (Melbourne, Vic. : 1864 - 1946), Sat 23 May 1891, p46
    http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article140705109
  3. [S16] Newspaper - The Age The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Wed 7 Jan 1931, p1
    http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article203345293
Last Edited9 Jul 2019

Turberville Llewelyn Thomas

M, #10505, b. 1887, d. 1981
Birth*1887 Horsham, VIC, Australia, #B29098 [par Tuberville THOMAS & Mary Jane HESLOP].1 
Land-UBeac*16 Mar 1945 GEM-C-68 (part). Transfer from Frederick Elwell Holt to Turberville Llewelyn Thomas. 18a 1r 18p.2 
Residence*16 Mar 1945 Of Upper Beaconsfield, Farmer.3 
Land-UBeac*4 May 1945 GEM-C-68 (part). Transfer from Turberville Llewelyn Thomas to William Henry Linford. 18a 1r 18p.4 
Death*1981 Box Hill, VIC, Australia, #D04777 (Age 93) [par Unknown].5 

Newspaper-Articles

  • 13 Nov 1888, Death of Father: THOMAS- On the 11th inst., at Horsham, Turberville Thomas, of Drung Drung; aged 48 years.6

Citations

  1. [S1] Registry of Births Deaths and Marriages Pioneer Index Victoria 1836-1888.
  2. [S185] Property Titles. ; PROV (Public Records Office Victoria), C/T 6577-271 - Turberville Llewellyn Thomas of Upper Beaconsfield Farmer.
  3. [S185] Property Titles. ; PROV (Public Records Office Victoria).
  4. [S185] Property Titles. ; PROV (Public Records Office Victoria), C/T 6577-271 - William Henry Linford of Upper Beaconsfield Farmer.
  5. [S5] Registry of Births Deaths and Marriages Death Index Victoria 1921-1985.
  6. [S14] Newspaper - The Horsham Times, 13 Nov 1888, p2.
Last Edited9 Mar 2016

William Henry Linford

M, #10506, b. 1890, d. 1958
Birth*18901 
Land-UBeac*4 May 1945 GEM-C-68 (part). Transfer from Turberville Llewelyn Thomas to William Henry Linford. 18a 1r 18p.2 
Land-UBeac*11 Feb 1947 GEM-C-68 (part). Transfer from William Henry Linford to Wilfred Claude Pearson. 18a 1r 18p.3 
Death*1958 Dandenong, VIC, Australia, #D20551 (Age 68) [par William Henry LINFORD & Mary Jane GRAHAM].1 

Citations

  1. [S5] Registry of Births Deaths and Marriages Death Index Victoria 1921-1985.
  2. [S185] Property Titles. ; PROV (Public Records Office Victoria), C/T 6577-271 - William Henry Linford of Upper Beaconsfield Farmer.
  3. [S185] Property Titles. ; PROV (Public Records Office Victoria), C/T 6577-271 - Wilfred Claude Pearson of 95 Mitford Street Elwood Providore.
Last Edited9 Mar 2016

Wilfred Claude Pearson

M, #10507, b. Sep 1885, d. 1959
Birth*Sep 1885 Beverley, Yorkshire, England, Sep Q [Beverley] 9d 100.1 
Marriage*1913 Spouse: Violet Olga Parrott. VIC, Australia, #M8938.2
 
Land-UBeac11 Feb 1947 GEM-C-68 (part). Transfer from William Henry Linford to Wilfred Claude Pearson. 18a 1r 18p.3 
Land-UBeac5 Aug 1949 GEM-C-68 (part). Transfer from Wilfred Claude Pearson to Dorothy Lance McMahon. 18a 1r 18p.4 
Death*1959 Box Hill, VIC, Australia, #D12117 (Age 74) [par unknown].5 

Citations

  1. [S9] Free BMD. Index. Online @ https://www.freebmd.org.uk/.
  2. [S22] Victorian Government. BDM Index Victoria (online).
  3. [S185] Property Titles. ; PROV (Public Records Office Victoria), C/T 6577-271 - Wilfred Claude Pearson of 95 Mitford Street Elwood Providore.
  4. [S185] Property Titles. ; PROV (Public Records Office Victoria), C/T 6577-271 - Dorothy Lance McMahon of Mount Burnett via Cockatoo Widow.
  5. [S5] Registry of Births Deaths and Marriages Death Index Victoria 1921-1985.
Last Edited3 Mar 2017

Dorothy Lance Horley

F, #10508, b. 7 Sep 1895, d. 11 Aug 1969
Probate (Will)* Dorothy Lance McMahon. Widow. North Rocks. 11 Aug 1969. 723/499. And 933/166.1

 
Married NameMcMahon.2 
Birth*7 Sep 1895 Coalville, VIC, Australia.3 
Marriage* Spouse: Norman Teychenne McMahon.2
 
Widow1946Dorothy Lance Horley became a widow upon the death of her husband Norman Teychenne McMahon.2 
Land-UBeac*5 Aug 1949 GEM-C-68 (part). Transfer from Wilfred Claude Pearson to Dorothy Lance McMahon. 18a 1r 18p.4 
Land-UBeac*23 Aug 1949 GEM-C-68 (part). Transfer from Dorothy Lance McMahon to Mary Olive Kerr. 18a 1r 18p.5 
Death*11 Aug 1969 Hornsby, NSW, Australia, #D30491/1969 [par George William & Winifred Ann].6 

Electoral Rolls (Australia) and Census (UK/IRL)

DateAddressOccupation and other people at same address
bt 1936 - 1943Port Welshpool, VIC, AustraliaOccupation: home duties. With Norman Teychenne McMahon.7,8
1949Mount Burnett, via Cockatoo, VIC, AustraliaOccupation: home duties.9

Newspaper-Articles

  • 13 Oct 1949, Death of mother: HORLEY. — On October 11, at Cramer street, Preston, Winifred Anne, relict of George Horley, mother of Ena (Mrs. Westerman, Avalon, N.S.W.), Lance (W.A.), Norman (Northcote), Ray (Griffith, N.S.W.), Winnie (Mrs. Ken, Adelaide), Dorothy (Mrs. McMahon, Mt. Burnett), born in W.A., as was her mother, survived by three sons, three daughters, 25 grandchildren, 26 great-grandchildren, in her 95th year. —Safe in the Arms of Jesus.10

Citations

  1. [S35] Probate Records, PROV (Public Records Office Victoria), VPRS 28/P5, unit 1144; VPRS 7591/P4, unit 198; VPRS 28/P14, unit 79.
  2. [S5] Registry of Births Deaths and Marriages Death Index Victoria 1921-1985.
  3. [S80] Ancestry - Family Tree, Sheedy Family Tree - Owner: jonathansheedy71.
  4. [S185] Property Titles. ; PROV (Public Records Office Victoria), C/T 6577-271 - Dorothy Lance McMahon of Mount Burnett via Cockatoo Widow.
  5. [S185] Property Titles. ; PROV (Public Records Office Victoria), C/T 6577-271 - Mary Olive Kerr of Alma Road East St Kilda Nursing Sister.
  6. [S7] Registry of NSW Births Deaths and Marriages.
  7. [S136] Electoral Roll for Australia, 1936.
  8. [S143] Electoral Roll for Australia, 1943.
  9. [S149] Electoral Roll for Australia, 1949.
  10. [S11] Newspaper - Argus 13 Oct 1949, p28.
Last Edited9 Mar 2016

Maude Mary

F, #10509
Death* Possible death: 1976/9666 (Age 85) St Kilda. [par John FEELY & Mary McLOUGHLAN]1 
Married NameWade. 
Marriage* Spouse: William Wade.
 
Land-UBeac*9 Feb 1960 GEM-C-68 (part). Transfer from Mary Olive Kerr to Maude Mary Wade. 18a 1r 18p.2 

Citations

  1. [S5] Registry of Births Deaths and Marriages Death Index Victoria 1921-1985.
  2. [S185] Property Titles. ; PROV (Public Records Office Victoria), C/T 6577-271 - Maude Mary Wade of Main Road Olinda Married Woman.
Last Edited9 Mar 2016

Richard Eades

M, #10520, b. 15 Aug 1809, d. 12 Oct 1867
Richard EADES
Probate (Will)* Richard Eades. Bachelor Of Medicine. Prahran. 12 Oct 1867. 13/739
Richard Eades. M B. Prahran. 12 Oct 1867. 6/770.1      
Birth*15 Aug 1809 Dublin, Ireland.2 
Marriage*1843 Spouse: Sarah Christina Beere. Dublin, Ireland, #M509.3,2
 
Widower28 Sep 1852Richard Eades became a widower upon the death of his wife Sarah Christina Beere.2 
Marriage*10 Mar 1857 Spouse: Charlotte Eleanor Beere. St Peter's Church, Melbourne, VIC, Australia, #M333 - both widowed, Richard Eades had 4 living and 2 deceased children, Charlotte McKee had no issue.2
Marriage-Notice*16 Mar 1857On the 10th inst., Richard Eades, M. B., to Charlotte, relict of the late Mr. Mackee.4 
Death*12 Oct 1867 Windsor, VIC, Australia, #D11253 (Age 58) [par William George EADES & Mary CRANWILL].2 
Death-Notice*14 Oct 1867EADES.—On the 12th inst., at his residence, High-street, Prahran, Richard Eades, M.A., M.B., aged fifty-eight years.5 
Death-Notice15 Oct 1867THE funeral of the late Dr. EADES will take place THIS DAY (Tuesday) the 16th instant, and pass Prince's-bridge about 3 o'clock, to the place of interment, Melbourne General Cemetery.
JOHN SLEIGHT, undertaker, 71 Collins-street east.
METROPOLITAN ARTILLERY.-Members of the corps desirous of attending the funeral of the late Surgeon R. EADES, will appear in plain clothes. The whole of the members are particularly requested to attend. For time see funeral notice.
B. C. STEELE, Captain commanding Metropolitan Artillery.6 

Grave

  • Church of England Section L 429, Melbourne Cemetery, Carlton, VIC, Australia, The family grave of Richard EADES, A.M.,M.B. The family grave of John C. EADES.
    (Double grave, two headstones.)7

Family

Charlotte Eleanor Beere b. 1826, d. 13 Dec 1909
Children 1.Florence Maranda Eades11 b. 30 Dec 1857, d. 1958
 2.Richard Melbourne Eades11 b. 1860, d. Feb 1918
 3.Charlotte Elizabeth Eades+ b. 7 Aug 1862, d. 19 Jul 1903
 4.Luina Emily Eades11 b. 1865, d. 1946

Newspaper-Articles

  • 17 Oct 1867, DEATH OF DR. EADES. Richard Eades, M.D., whose name has been connected with many of the principal events in the early times of this colony, and who was known and respected by a large circle of friends, both in public and private life, died about 7 o'clock on Saturday evening at Windsor, where he had removed about two months before for the benefit of his health from the house in Collins-street east, which he had occupied for a number of years. Some time ago he was laid up with jaundice, which turned to dropsy. He was then attended by Drs. Thomas and Robertson, and it was probably at their advice that he changed his abode. He was, however, to be seen in Melbourne frequently until the day of his death, having spent the evening of Friday at the house of a friend in town. His last appearance with the Corporation of Melbourne was at the Mayor's lunch on Wednesday, and he found himself so well on Friday evening that he started to walk part of the way home. On Saturday morning, however, he had a relapse of his illness and in the evening expired as peaceably as he had for some long time lived. -A post mortem examinatiou disclosed the cause of death to be rupture of a bloodvessel in the liver. The deceased gentleman had been paying a visit at Broadmeadeow about a week ago, and on returning he was thrown from the cab by the horse suenddely going forward when he was in the act of alighting. He fell on his shoulder, and afterwards remarked that he was somewhat shaken by the fall. Dr. Eades was educated in Dublin, where he took the degree of bachelor of arts at Trinity College, and afterwards became lecturer on materia medica in that city, a position which he held until leaving for these colonies, which he did in 1848 as doctor of a ship bound for Adelaide. He soon established himself in a good practice in the sister colony, in which he continued to reside till the discovery of gold here became a source of attraction, and he came amongst others. His professional reputation had preceded him, and consequently he fell in with a good practice In this colony, and soon took a position in public affairs. He occupied the position' of honorary physician of the Melbourne Hospital for many years, only resigning it a few months ago. Upon the establishment of a medical school in con nection with the Melbourne University, the office of lecturer on the materia medica, therapeutics, and medical botany was accepted by him, and he was very much liked by many who attended his teachings. In his medical capacity he was health officer of the city of Melboure, since the death of Dr. Macadam, and was also one of the board of visitors of the lunatic asylums. When he resigned his position of alderman in the City Council to take up that of health officer, he had been councillor and alderman for a period of twelve years, representing Latrobe Ward. In the municipal year of 1859-60, Dr. Eades occupied the position of Mayor, and during his term of office the well known disturbance at the Parliament Houses occurred, when the Riot Act had to be read in Melbourne. Those who saw Dr. Eades in this scene state that he went through his part of the business with great firmness, and secured the confidence of the people. He was in his time an active member of the Royal Society, but has not lately done much in connection with the body, and, was also, if not the oldest, one of the oldest surgeons in the Volunteer Force. It is, therefore, expected that he will be buried with military honours. The funeral is to take place on Tuesday. We have received the following brief notice from a warm personal friend of the late Dr. Eades :-" I cannot without a feeling of deep, sorrow acquaint your readers with the death of Richard Eades for many years so well known amongst us. At a not very advanced age, and when his mental faculties were in their full vigor, he has been taken away, and in him one more link which connects the present with the past has been snapped asunder. Dr. Eades, was no ordinary member of a profession which justly claims the title of 'learned.' In his younger years he had the advantage of completing his studies for the medical profession in France, where he spent some years. He was afterwards professor, of medical botany and and therapeutics is Dublin for many years. Eventually he came out with his family to South Australia, and after residing there for some few years, he was induced to take up his abode in Melbourne. In this city his great talents, genial disposition, and devotion to his profession, soon gained him many warm friends in all the best grades of Melbourne society. In course of time he took his full share in the administration of city affairs, was for many years an alderman and magistrate of the city, and for one year Mayor of Melbourne. As a physician in the sick room he had few, if any, superior to him ; and his attention to the sick was greatly enhanced by his amiable disposition and hopeful kindness. In the rarer walks of his profession he had, taken all in all, perhaps no equal. As a popular lectuier he was a master, and many who read this will not need to be reminded of his higher efforts both to please and instruct. Who that has once heard of his many versions of the physiology of laughter, sighing and weeping can ever forget it ! As a lecturer of materia medica and medical botany, there is some reason to fear that we have not among us at present in the profession one capable of filling his place with credit to the medical'school. We may have botanists, who know only a smattering of medical chemistry and chemists who know nothing of medical botany. Gentle amiable, dignified, yet condescending and kind to the humblest, learned without pedantry, and generous almost to a fault, he has lived without an enemy, and will carry with him to his last resting-place the affectionate remembrance of many a heart. The writer of this brief outline, who has known him for very many years and who shared his confidence on several trying occasions, can state with truth that never did his hear him apply a harsh epithet, even to those who had most deeply injured him. Herald, Oct. 14th..8
  • 26 Oct 1867, DEATH OF DR EADES.
    It is with unfeigned regret we have to announce the sudden demise of Dr. Eddes, late health officer to the city corporation, a gentleman highly esteemed by the members of the medical profession in this city, and universally respected by all who knew him. The deceased gentleman lectured at the Melbourne University (where he occupied with honor the position of lecturer in Materia Medica), on the 9th inst. On the 11th inst. he visited some parts of Gipp's Ward in his official capacity as health officer, in company with Crs. Walker and Saunders. Although but recently recovered from a severe illness, on those occasions he seemed to enjoy excellent health, and continued so up to the 12th inst., when he complained of spasms. He was attended by Dr. Robertson and other gentlemen of the profession, but expired at his residence, Prahran, about seven o'clock the same evening. He sustained a hurt in the foot through getting a fall in coming out of a cab on the 6th inst. Dr. Eades was for a number of years a member of the City Council, and once occupied the position of mayor. He occupied a very high professional position in his native city, Dublin, and in Adelaide, the first Australian city in which he practised. As a lecturer at the University, his place will not easily be supplied. In accordance with a request expressed by himself before death, a post mortem examination of the body of Dr. Eades was made by Dr. Thomas and Mr Featherston, when it was ascertained that the immediate cause of death was hemorrhage from the liver into the abdomen. The liver was found to be very much diseased.
    The remains of Dr. Eddes were interred in the Melbourne General Cemetery. The funeral cortege, which consisted of over one hundred carriages, moved from the late residence of the deceased, High-street, Prahran at about two o'clock. The hearse was preceded by Drs. Robertson and Thomas, his medical attendants, and the students at the University. The pall-bearers were the Mayor of Melbourne (Mr Williams, M.L.A.), Mr J. T. Smith, M.L.A., Dr. Brownless, the Vice-Chancellor of the University, Professor Halford, Dr. Bleasdale, and Dr. Gilbee, Capt. Steel, Dr. L. L. Smith, Mr Fitzgibbon, Town Clerk, and Mr Masters. All the officers of the Corporation, as well as many of the members of the volunteer corps with which Dr. Eades was connected, were present. The funeral service was performod by the Rev. S. L. Chase.9

Australian Dictionary of Biography

Richard Eades (1809-1867), physician, was born on 15 August 1809 in Dublin, son of William George Eades, wine merchant, and his wife Mary, née Cranwill. He was educated at Trinity College, Dublin (B.A., 1832; M.B., 1836), and London (M.R.C.S., 1834). In the cholera epidemic of 1832-33 he went to Canada as surgeon of a migrant ship and visited hospitals there, in New York and elsewhere in America. He later went to Paris to study botany and chemistry. Back in Dublin, he lectured on materia medica at the Ledwich School of Medicine in 1838 and in 1842 at the Park Street and the Richmond Hospital Medical Schools; he was also physician to the Fever Hospital, Kilmainham, in 1847-48. He was co-opted a fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland on 4 October 1844. With his wife and infant he arrived in South Australia in the Roman Emperor on 23 October 1848. He registered with the Medical Board on 2 January 1849, built up a successful practice in Adelaide as a physician and took a leading part in democratic politics. The discovery of gold prompted his move to Melbourne in January 1852, but he probably did not work on the goldfields.
Apart from his practice Eades was active in public affairs. He helped to found the Philosophical Institute of Victoria in 1855 and was a member of its council in 1858-59 and of the Royal Society of Victoria in 1860-61 and vice-president in 1860. In 1854 he represented La Trobe ward in the Melbourne City Council and was mayor in 1859-60. On 28 August 1860 when large crowds gathered outside Parliament House to demonstrate against inadequacies of a land bill, Eades courageously read the Riot Act; although the demonstrators clashed seriously with the police, no stone was thrown at him. He was physician to the Melbourne Hospital in 1859-66 and official visitor to the Lunatic Asylum in 1856-67. He was appointed city health officer on the death of Dr John Macadam in 1865. An early advocate of the Volunteer Forces, he was assistant surgeon to the Metropolitan Company of Artillery. He was a member of the Burke and Wills Exploration Committee.
In 1861 he lectured on materia medica in the Government Analytical Laboratory and with Macadam began an extra-mural course for medical students. The enterprise of Eades and Macadam, at a time when the university could not obtain funds, undoubtedly hastened the establishment of the Medical School. When it opened in 1862, Eades was appointed lecturer in materia medica and therapeutics, a position he held until 1867. He was highly regarded as a physician, and as a fluent lecturer held the attention and the affection of his students. His fine baritone voice, his extensive repertoire of Irish songs and his wit made him very popular at special dinners. He died at his home in Windsor on 12 October 1867, and was buried with Anglican rites in the Melbourne general cemetery.
Eades married first, in 1843 at Dublin Sarah Christine Beare by whom he had two sons and three daughters, and second, at Melbourne in 1856 Charlotte Eleanor McKee, née Beare, by whom he had one son and three daughters. He was survived by one son and two daughters of the first marriage and by his widow and her four children. His family was left in poor circumstances and a public meeting was held on 20 March 1868 at the Mechanics' Institute to raise funds for their relief.10

Citations

  1. [S35] Probate Records, PROV (Public Records Office Victoria), VPRS 28/P0, unit 160; VPRS 28/P2, unit 41; VPRS 7591/P2, unit 22
    VPRS 28/P0, unit 73; VPRS 28/P1, unit 15.
  2. [S1] Registry of Births Deaths and Marriages Pioneer Index Victoria 1836-1888.
  3. [S204] Find My Past, online unknown url, Deputy Keeper Of Ireland, Index To The Act Or Grant Books, And To Original Wills, Of The Diocese Of Dublin 1272-1858 (26th, 30th And 31st Reports, 1894, 1899).
  4. [S11] Newspaper - Argus 16 Mar 1857, p4.
  5. [S11] Newspaper - Argus 14 Oct 1867, p4.
  6. [S11] Newspaper - Argus 15 Oct 1867, p8.
  7. [S45] Index of monumental inscriptions in the Melbourne General Cemetery,.
  8. [S14] Newspaper - Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser (Vic), 17 Oct 1867, p2.
  9. [S14] Newspaper - Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers (Melbourne, Vic. : 1867 - 1875), Sat 26 Oct 1867, p11.
  10. [S55] Adb online, online http://adbonline.anu.edu.au/adbonline.htm, K. F. Russell, 'Eades, Richard (1809–1867)', Australian Dictionary of Biography, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University, http://adb.anu.edu.au/biography/eades-richard-3463/text5295, published first in hardcopy 1972, accessed online 4 February 2015.
    Select Bibliography
    C. A. Cameron, History of the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (Dublin, 1886)
    University of Melbourne Medical School Jubilee (Melb, 1914)
    ‘Obituary: Dr. Eades’, Australian Medical Journal, Oct 1867, pp 309-12
    J. E. Neild, ‘The Medical School of the Melbourne University’, Australian Medical Journal, May 1887, pp 193-99, and June 1887, pp 241-49
    Illustrated Melbourne Post, 16 Aug 1862
    Argus (Melbourne), 14 Oct 1867
    K. F. Russell, History of the Melbourne Medical School (privately held)
    Medical School letters (University of Melbourne Archives).
  11. [S22] Victorian Government. BDM Index Victoria (online).
Last Edited21 Mar 2017

Charlotte Eleanor Beere

F, #10521, b. 1826, d. 13 Dec 1909
Married NameMcKee.1 
Married NameEades.2 
Birth*1826 Dublin, Ireland. 
Marriage*1847 Spouse: Alexander Baillie McKee. Dublin South, Ireland, [Dublin South] 5 336.3
 
Widow7 Jun 1855Charlotte Eleanor Beere became a widow upon the death of her husband Alexander Baillie McKee.4 
Marriage*10 Mar 1857 Spouse: Richard Eades. St Peter's Church, Melbourne, VIC, Australia, #M333 - both widowed, Richard Eades had 4 living and 2 deceased children, Charlotte McKee had no issue.2
Marriage-Notice*16 Mar 1857On the 10th inst., Richard Eades, M. B., to Charlotte, relict of the late Mr. Mackee.5 
Widow12 Oct 1867Charlotte Eleanor Beere became a widow upon the death of her husband Richard Eades.2 
Land-UBeac*6 Dec 1878Charlotte Eleanor Eades selected land from the Crown. PAK-79. Charlotte Eleanor Eades selected 19a 3r 31p in Upper Beaconsfield and was issued a licence on 6 Dec 1878 (Land File 288/49). Council rates were paid by Miss Charlotte Eades in 1881, but by 1882 R Crofts was paying the rates.6 
Land-UBeac*18 Dec 1883 PAK-79. Transfer from Charlotte Eleanor Eades to The London Chartered Bank. Charlotte EADES never took out the crown grant to this Crown Allotment, but sold it to Robert CROFTS shortly after she obtained her license.7 
Death*13 Dec 1909 Oakleigh, VIC, Australia, #D13774 (Age 83) [par Richard BEERE & Ellen CURWON] (buried 14 Dec 1909.)8 
Death-Notice*15 Dec 1909EADES.—On the 13th December at the residence of her daughter Mrs. C. M. Boorman, "Bassildon," Glen Waverley, Charlotte Eleanor, the wife of the late Richard Eades, M. D., of Collins street, Melbourne. (Interred privately on the 14th at the Melbourne General Cemetery.)9 

Family

Richard Eades b. 15 Aug 1809, d. 12 Oct 1867
Children 1.Florence Maranda Eades1 b. 30 Dec 1857, d. 1958
 2.Richard Melbourne Eades1 b. 1860, d. Feb 1918
 3.Charlotte Elizabeth Eades+ b. 7 Aug 1862, d. 19 Jul 1903
 4.Luina Emily Eades1 b. 1865, d. 1946

Newspaper-Articles

  • 18 Jan 1868, Municipal Intelligence St Kilda Council.
    At the last weekly meeting of the City Council, Alderman Cohen drew attention to the fact that the widow of the late health officer (Dr. Eades) had not been left in very affluent circumstances, and he moved that the amount of unexpended salary for the time between the death of Dr. Eades and the appointment of Dr. Girdlestone be paid to her. The motion was referred to the finance committee.10
  • 21 Mar 1868, A meeting of the friends of the late Dr. Eades was held at the Mechanics' Institute yesterday afternoon, for the purpose of taking steps to raise a fund for the support of Mrs Eades and her infant children, who have been left in almost destitute circumstances. Dr. Gillbee took the chair, and fifteen gentlemen were present. The following committee was appointed to collect subscriptions:— The Mayor, Professor Halford, Drs. Gillbee, Blair, Beaney, Robertson, Wooldridge, Messrs D. M'Dougall, and Fitzgibbon. Cr. A.K. Smith was appointed treasurer, and the following subscriptions were acknowledged :- Cr. A, K. Smith, £10 10s ; Mr D. M'Dougall, £10 10; Dr. Wooldridge, £5 5s; Mr Fitzgibbon, £5 5s; Dr. Gillbee, £5 5s ; Dr. Beaney, £5 5s ; Professor Halford, £5 5s; Dr. Blair, £5 5s; Mr Bosisto, £3 3s ; Mr D. Sangster, £2 2s ; Cr. Reed, £2 2s; Mr T. Stubbs, £2; Mr P. J. Langan, £1 1s; Mr Mier, £1 1s ; Mr Gallogly, £1 1s ; Mr A. Moody, £1.11

Citations

  1. [S22] Victorian Government. BDM Index Victoria (online).
  2. [S1] Registry of Births Deaths and Marriages Pioneer Index Victoria 1836-1888.
  3. [S204] Find My Past, online unknown url, Irish Marriages 1845-1958 - Alexander Baillie McKee & Charlotte Beere.
  4. [S22] Victorian Government. BDM Index Victoria (online) "#D2448 - Place of birth IREL
    Spouse's family name BEERE Charlotte Ellen."
  5. [S11] Newspaper - Argus 16 Mar 1857, p4.
  6. [S194] Newspaper - Victorian Government Gazette "EADES, C E. Pakenham, Victoria      Gazetted
    6 Dec 1878 Issue of New Licenses Approved
    11 Jul 1879 Notice of Lessees and Licensees in Arrears
    5 Dec 1879 Issue of New Licenses Approved
    16 Jul 1880 Notices to Lessees and Licensees in Arrears
    14 Jan 1881 New Licenses under Land Act Approved."
  7. [S185] Property Titles. ; PROV (Public Records Office Victoria), C/T 1474-798 + 1474-799 - The London Chartered Bank of Australia - crown grant issued.
  8. [S3] Registry of Births Deaths and Marriages Edwardian Index Victoria 1902-1913.
  9. [S11] Newspaper - Argus 15 Dec 1909, p9.
  10. [S14] Newspaper - The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian (Vic. : 1866 - 1888), Sat 18 Jan 1868, p3.
  11. [S14] Newspaper - Leader (Melbourne, Vic. : 1862 - 1918), Sat 21 Mar 1868, p15.
Last Edited20 Mar 2017
 

NOTE

Many family sections show only the children who were associated with Upper Beaconsfield.