Edith Mary Case

F, b. 1915

Edna Harriet Mary Case

F, b. 11 July 1904, d. 10 March 1987

Eliza Case

F, b. 1868
  • Eliza Case was born in 1868 in Queensland.
  • She was the daughter of William Joseph Case and Mary Davies.
  • Eliza purchased a block of land in Ravensbourne village and opended a mixed grocery business in conjunction with a Post Office. The Presbyterian Church and the school were later build in the area.
  • Eliza Case made the wedding dress for the marriage of Mary Agnes Ryan and Charles Augustine McGeever on 4 July 1900 in St Patrick's Church, Toowoomba, Queensland. The Warwick Argus reported the marriage:- " McGEEVER-RYAN.-A ceremony which has aroused much interest and expectation for some time past was celebrated in St. Patrick's R.C. Church, Toowoomba, on Wednesday, July 4th (says the Chronicle), when Miss Mary Ryan, only daughter of Mrs. T. Ryan, of Ravensbourne, was married to Mr. Charles A. McGeever, third son of Mr. Henry M'Geever, of Emu Vale, Warwick. The bride, who was attended by two bridesmaids, Miss B. M'Quillan (chief) and Miss Bishop, cousins of the bride, was given away by her brother (Mr. J. Ryan). Mr. D. M'Geever, brother of the bridegroom, acted as best man, and Mr. J. M'Geever as groomsman. The bride appeared to very great advantage in a beautiful dress of cream satin, trimmed with silk braid, chiffon and orange blossoms. She also wore a very becoming hat trimmed with cream silk and ostrich tips, and carried a beautiful bouquet. The bridesmaids wore becoming costumes of pale blue cashmere trimmed with cream silk and chiffon with hats to match. They also wore gold bar brooches presented by the bridegroom. The bride's dresses were designed and made by Miss Case, and reflected great credit on her artistic skill. After the newly-wedded pair had received the congratulation of their friends, the company partook of a sumptuous breakfast, which was served in Mr. Laracy's Harp Of Erin Hotel.

  • In 1901 Eliza's name appeared on the Crow's Nest Post Office register. She lived at Ravensbourne and was a dressmaker.
  • Eliza Case appeared on the Electoral Roll with William Joseph Case and Mary Davies in 1903 in Buaraba Creek. William was a farmer and Mary carried out domestic duties as did their daughter Eliza.
  • At some stage Eliza Case sold her selection to Friedrich Reushle. Fred expanded his holding by purchasing land from other selectors : Edward Ballantyne, Edward Mowen and Eliza Case. In 1916 Fred made a trial planting of citrus trees, their success leading to a planation of over 300 lemon, navel and valencia oranges and mandarines.

Eric Case

M, b. 1907
  • Eric Case was born in 1907 in Queensland.
  • He was the son of John Case and Mary Jemma Shannon.
  • Eric Case appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1930 living at Ravensbourne. Eric was a labourer.

Evelyn May Case

F, b. 1906
  • Evelyn May Case was born in 1906 in Queensland.
  • She was the daughter of William Case and Jane May.

George Case

M, b. 1872, d. 1950
  • George Case was born in 1872 in Queensland.
  • He was the son of William Joseph Case and Mary Davies.
  • When the Perseverance Creek School was opened in November 1880, the first day pupils were John Ryan, William Diamond, Alf Ernest Bidgood, Miriam Case, Kate Diamond, Rachel Diamond, Ann Hebbel, Margaret Hebbel, Jacob Hebbel, Emily White, Mary Ryan, and George Case. The first head teacher was Thomas Walls and the School Committee consisted of Joseph Cossart (Secretary - his eldest child was only four at the time), Alf Bidgood, John Hebbel, James and John McQuillan.
    The following year Alice Brown, Joseph Cronk, John Brown, Edward Brown, Alice Cronk, Minnie Humberdross, Emma Humberdross and John Kynoch were enrolled.
  • At the age of 28 years, George Case married Ellen Jane Robinson, daughter of Louis Robinson and Harriet Ladner, in 1900 in Queensland.
  • In 1901 George's name appeared on the Crow's Nest Post Office register. He lived at Ravensbourne. He was a farmer.
  • George Case and Ellen Jane Robinson appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1903 living at Taylor's Siding. George was a farmer.
  • George Case and Ellen Jane Robinson appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1913 living at Geham. George was a farmer.
  • George Case died in 1950 in Queensland.

Children of George Case and Ellen Jane Robinson

John Case

M, b. 1869, d. 1936
  • John Case was born in 1869 in Queensland.
  • He was the son of William Joseph Case and Mary Davies.
  • Conditional approval for John Case's selection of landwas given on 24 November 1888. He selected 62 acres of land at Ravensboune. "For the agricultural township farms adjoining the village of Ravensbourne there was great competition, many of the portions being applied for from four to ten times over. The ballot had to be resorted to in no less than 50 cases; this, with the refunding of the amounts paid by the unsuccessful applicants, necessarily occupied  a deal of time, and it was not till half-past 6 O'clock that the business was concluded, and the court closed. By 7 o'clock the whole of the refundments had been paid over to 115 applicants. The 76 portions adjoining the village of Ravensbourne, granted at the land court, were  apportioned among 62 selectors, so there is every probability of the village settlement of Ravensbourne proving a success. The total area granted at the court was 5025 acres among 68 applicants."
  • In 1901 John's name appeared on the Crow's Nest Post Office register. He lived at Ravensbourne. He was a farmer.
  • He appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1903 living at Hampton. He was a farmer.
  • At the age of 37 years, John Case married Mary Jemma Shannon, daughter of Thomas Shannon and Caroline Elizabeth Saal, in 1906 in Queensland.
  • John Case and Mary Jemma Shannon appeared on the Electoral Roll between 1913 and 1930 living at Ravensbourne. John was a farmer.
  • John Case died in 1936 in Queensland.
  • He was buried in Cabarlah Cemetery.

Children of John Case and Mary Jemma Shannon

Joseph Case

M, b. 1876, d. 1878

Leonard Arthur Case

M, b. 1913

Lillian Case

F, b. 31 October 1923, d. 14 October 2014
  • Lillian Case was born on 31 October 1923.
  • She appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1949 living at Ravensbourne. She carried out home duties.
  • Lillian Case died on 14 October 2014 at age 90.
  • She was buried on 20 October 2014 in Crow's Nest Cemetery. LAWS1-00P-0001.

Miriam Case

F, b. 1874, d. 2 February 1972
  • Miriam Case was born in 1874 in Queensland.
  • She was the daughter of William Joseph Case and Mary Davies.
  • When the Perseverance Creek School was opened in November 1880, the first day pupils were John Ryan, William Diamond, Alf Ernest Bidgood, Miriam Case, Kate Diamond, Rachel Diamond, Ann Hebbel, Margaret Hebbel, Jacob Hebbel, Emily White, Mary Ryan, and George Case. The first head teacher was Thomas Walls and the School Committee consisted of Joseph Cossart (Secretary - his eldest child was only four at the time), Alf Bidgood, John Hebbel, James and John McQuillan.
    The following year Alice Brown, Joseph Cronk, John Brown, Edward Brown, Alice Cronk, Minnie Humberdross, Emma Humberdross and John Kynoch were enrolled.
  • At the age of 22 years, Miriam Case married Angus McLeod, son of Henry McLeod and Christina McKay, on 1 September 1896 in Ferntree Hill Cottage, Ravensbourne, Queensland.
  • In 1901 Angus' name appeared on the Crow's Nest Post Office register. He lived at Ravensbourne.
  • Miriam Case and Angus McLeod appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1905 living at Ravensbourne.
  • Miriam Case died on 2 February 1972 in Mackay, Queensland.

Children of Miriam Case and Angus McLeod

Ronald Frank Case

M, b. 1909, d. 4 August 1996
  • Ronald Frank Case was born in 1909 in Queensland.
  • He was the son of Albert Bailey Case and Martha Roberts.
  • Ronald Frank Case appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1949 living at Ravensbourne. He was a labourer.
  • Ronald Frank Case died on 4 August 1996.
  • He was buried on 7 August 1996 in Crow's Nest Cemetery.

Roy George Case

M, b. 1909, d. 24 December 1987
  • Roy George Case was born in 1909 in Queensland.
  • He was the son of George Case and Ellen Jane Robinson.
  • Roy George Case died on 24 December 1987 in Queensland.

Ruth Isabell Case

F, b. 1912
  • Ruth Isabell Case was born in 1912 in Queensland.
  • She was the daughter of William Case and Jane May.

Thomas William Case

M, b. 1910
  • Thomas William Case was born in 1910 in Queensland.
  • He was the son of John Case and Mary Jemma Shannon.
  • At the age of 25 years, Thomas William Case married Lillian Thelma Benson in 1935 in Queensland. They lived at Ravensbourne, then Maclagan.

Vera Mary Case

F, b. 1912

William Case

M, b. 1871, d. 1953
  • William Case was born in 1871 in Queensland.
  • He was the son of William Joseph Case and Mary Davies.
  • In 1901 William's name appeared on the Crow's Nest Post Office register. He lived at Ravensbourne. He was a farmer.
  • William Case appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1903 living at Ravensbourne. William was a farmer.
  • At the age of 33 years, William Case married Jane May, daughter of James May and Mary Jane French, in 1904 in Queensland.
  • William Case appeared on the Electoral Roll with William Joseph Case and Mary Davies in 1905 in Ravensbourne. William was a farmer and Mary carried out domestic duties. Sons William, a farmer and Albert Bailey, a labourer also lived at Ravensbourne.
  • In 1917,his wife, Jane May died in Queensland.
  • William Case died in 1953 in Queensland.

Children of William Case and Jane May

William James Case

M, b. 1910

William Joseph Case

M, b. 1842, d. 21 October 1926

William Case - farmer of Ravensbourne. Photo thanks to State Library.

  • William Joseph Case was born in 1842. He was the son of Joseph Case and Susan Ann Carey.
  • At the age of 26 years, William Joseph Case married Mary Davies in 1868 in Queensland.
  • William Joseph Case was a witness at the trial of David Kynoch on 29 July 1869; David's trial for cattle stealing continued as reported by The Darling Downs Gazette :- " The Court reassembled at ten o'clock sharp, and the jury appeared in very satisfactory health, after their nights confinement. The trial of David Kynoch, for cattle-stealing at Highfields, was resumed, and there was the same general interest displayed in the case as on the preceding day. John Elliot Barry, the detective constable who arrested the prisoner, was examined by the Crown Prosecutor, but there was no variation in evidence given on the day of committal, in cross examination by Mr. Baird, the witness said he remembered stopping on the road to have something to eat and drink; he looked at the brands on the cattle, and there was a general conversation on the journey to Toowoomba ; could not remember William Merritt saying anything about old brands. James Murphy, proprietor of Crow's Nest and Perseverance stations, said the prisoner was in his employment for eighteen months : had seen the red steer outside the Court three weeks ago last Sunday in a paddock called ' Kynoch's paddock ;' it was then fresh cut, and branded C over WA on the off side ; several other calves were running in the pad dock ; saw the prisoner subsequently, and said to him, ' I have been to your paddock and seen a number of calves there — to whom do they belong ;' he replied, 'They are mine ;" prisoner was residing at Reedy Creek previous to coming to Perseverance ; he brought one cow and calf and a team of working bullocks with him ; he (witness) was accustomed to go over the Perseverance country nearly every week, but had seen no other cattle of the CWA brand ( the three calves were not the produce of one cow. Cross-examined by Mr. Baird : The prisoner has seven children; the eldest child is Catherine, who is about sixteen years of age, and the oldest boy is about thirteen years of age ; they are accustomed to knock about among cattle, but I do not consider them old enough to deal in cattle ; the country about Perseverance is very mountainous ; had no occasion to suspect the character of the prisoner until the calves were claimed by Mr. Merritt. William Case said he was a farmer residing at Highfields, and a neighbour of Merritt's ; he had seen the three calves outside the Court, and knew them to be the property of Mr. Merritt ; could not swear to the red heifer or the red and white heifer, but could swear positively to the red steer ; it was calved in his (witness') paddock about eight or nine months ago ; had been in the habit of seeing it frequently during that, time, and knew it to be Mr. Merritt's property ; went to Cameron's paddock in company with Alfred Merritt about three weeks ago ; saw the red steer running among the cattle in the paddock. Cross-examined by Mr. Baird : I cannot tell the reason why I was not examined before the magistrates; I was first (spoken to about this case on Monday last ; I knew the steer to be Merritt's property when I went to Cameron's paddock with Alfred Merritt. ' This concluded the case for the Crown. John Barker said he was a naturalist, residing at Highfields ; remembered Merritt coming to his house on the 13th July ; he (witness) was then arrested on the charge of stealing the three calves outside the Court ; they were the same cattle which Kynoch and his two children were charged with stealing ; was present when the calves were driven into the yard at Cameron's paddock; Detective Barry said to the Messrs. Merritt, 'Give a good look for the old brand,' and they said they could not see it; on the way to Toowoomba, William Merritt said, 'It is strange we could not see the old brand, as I am positive she was branded, but she was very young at the time;' remembered stopping on the road to Toowoomba ; Barry said, ' Steady the cattle, I want to see the old brand if possible ;' he (witness) had known prisoner about three, years, and knew him to be possessed of cows, calves, and other cattle. Cross-examined by Mr. Paul : The calves were taken from a paddock belonging to Cameron, but which is in my charge ; the whole of the calves were brought into the yard ; I did not assist in the search for the brands ; Messrs. Merritt and Barry went direct to the red heifer to search for the old brand ; I was then in custody ; knew prisoner had cattle two or three year ago ; they ran in his own paddock at Highfields ; he had then about forty or fifty head, one of his brands was DK ; the cattle were turned out when he went to Perseverance. S. J. Marshall said he was a stockman at Stone- henge about eighteen miles from Perseverance, and had been staying at Crow's Nest station for some time past; he assisted Mr. Murphy in mustering his cattle ; the Perseverance country is very mountainous, and there was great difficulty experienced in finding the cattle ; saw some cattle on the 9th of July which prisoner said were his property ; there was a spotted cow with calf at foot, three other cows, and a white heifer thirteen months old, un bonded. Cross-examined by Mr. Paul : Mr. Murphy was at Perseverance when prisoner claimed the spotted cow and calf, but I do not believe he heard the prisoner say they were his own property; I should know milkers calves of eight or nine months old, even if I had lost sight of them for four or five weeks, that is if I had been working among the cattle or milking the cows. John Henry said he had never had dealings in cattle with prisoner, or his wife, but believed his wife bad purchased cattle of prisoner's wife previous to their marriage — the first time about 1864; the cattle were branded C over WA; had seen the calves outside the Court, but could not say whether the brands were the same as were on the cattle he mentioned as having been purchased from prisoner's wife by his (witness') wife the letters were the same; he knew nothing of the purchase beyond what his wife told him. . ' By Mr. Paul: I was not married at the time of purchase. John Curtis, farmer, had seen the calves outside the Court, and should take the light red heifer to be over eighteen months old, the red bull calf twelve months or over, and the the and white heifer eleven or twelve months old; had been acquainted with prisoner's wife for about eleven years, and knew her to have cattle, some of which were branded C over WA on milking side ; could not say whether the same brands were on the cattle out-side. By Mr. Pant: I have been in Court and heard the evidence during the trial ; knew prisoner before he Married Mrs. Ambrose ; it is about ten years since I saw the cattle mentioned ; I should say the cattle outside the Court have been branded six weeks or two months ; I never saw a beast shelling the top of her horns under eighteen months old. Timothy Gleeson said he knew that prisoner's wife possessed cattle twelve years ago - perhaps 40 head ; they were branded similar to the calve, outside the, Court, C over WA off side; on the 12th May last, saw two cows and calves at Meringandan, which he believed were the property of the prisoner should say the yellow heifer calf in dispute was about eighteen months old, and the other two calves not twelve months. Samuel McCall, carrier, knew prisoner had been in possession of cattle branded C over WA and CA ; had seen the cattle outside the Court, and should say the bull calf was twelve months old, the red and white heifer ten months, and the yellow heifer eighteen months. After the jury had been addressed by Mr. Baird and Mr. Paul, His Honour summed up at some length, and, in charging the jury, said there would probably be some difficulty as to the question of identity, and they would have to carefully weigh the evidence of the witnesses, and find out, if possible, which were the most reliable, and whether men who had been constantly in the habit of seeing the calves would be most likely to know the ages of the beasts, or those who, ignorant of their attendance being required, had merely had a passing glance and given an opinion. The jury retired for about twenty minutes, and brought in a verdict of guilty on the second charge, with a recommendation to mercy. His Honour, in passing sentence, remarked that, for crimes such as the prisoner bad been guilty of, corporal punishment had again been resorted to in England, and had he (prisoner) been a younger man, this treatment, in addition to imprisonment, would very likely have been inflicted. By his act, the prisoner had laid himself open to much heavier punishment than he intended indicting on him ; and although the sentence would not be the heaviest, still it must be a heavy one, for if such crimes were not put a stop to, farmers might as well give up their occupation altogether. His Honour, in addition to further remarks, severely reprimanded the prisoner for the manner in which he had trained his children. The sentence, of the Court was that prisoner is kept in penal servitude for the term of three years. John Barker, John Dyball, Catherine Ambrose, and William Patrick Ambrose, on bail, were discharged, no bills having been filed against them. This concluded the business of the sitting."
  • William Joseph Case selected land in the late 1870's at Pipeclay. He held Portion 339 (Parish of Crow's Nest). He later moved to Ravensbourne but the property remained in the Case family for many years.
  • He was present at a function on 24 May 1879. Alfred Merritt was the chairman a morning tea held at Albert Mills to farewell Rev R A Bailey of the Primitive Methodist Church. Messers Stone, Case, Cossart and Bailey all spoke. Edward Pechey was unable to attend. Rev Bailey gave his final sermon at the Crow's Nest Court House the following day.
  • He. On 10 Nov 1880, a fund raising event was held for the ensuing the newly built Perseverence Primitive Methodist Church, which cost £41, excluding gratuitous labour, was opened free of debt. Joseph Cossart acted as steward for the meeting which was chaired by Rev Thomas Thatcher, and attended by Mr Munro, Mr Littleton, Mr Mitchell, Mr Stone, and Mr Merritt. A special thanks went to William Gunter.
  • He selected land - The district was still know as Cedar Scrub at the time and was named for the large quantity of valuable cedar trees in the area. Willam was a member of the Highfields Shire Council and a prominent member of the Methodist community. Following Williams request to the Government Lands Office, approval was given for the area to be opened for selection in 1889 and renamed Ravensbourne
    in 1883 in Ravensbourne.
  • In 1901 William's name appeared on the Crow's Nest Post Office register. He lived at Ravensbourne. He was a farmer.
  • He and Mary Davies appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1903 living at Buaraba Creek. William was a farmer and Mary carried out domestic duties as did their daughter Eliza.
  • William Joseph Case and Mary Davies appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1905 living at Ravensbourne. William was a farmer and Mary carried out domestic duties. Sons William, a farmer and Albert Bailey, a labourer also lived at Ravensbourne.
  • William Joseph Case and Mary Davies appeared on the Electoral Roll between 1913 and 1925 living at Perseverance. William was a farmer.
  • William Joseph Case died on 21 October 1926 in Queensland.
  • He was buried on 22 October 1926 in Drayton & Toowoomba Cemetery.
  • The Methodist Church in Crow's Nest erected memorial plaques to early Crow's Nest Pioneers on the Church fence. William and Mary's names were amongst them.

Children of William Joseph Case and Mary Davies

Annie Mary Casey

F, b. circa 1852, d. 1947
  • Annie Mary Casey was born circa 1852. She was the daughter of Matthew Casey and Ann Jane Stuart.
  • Annie Mary Casey married Patrick J O'Neill in 1880 in Sydney, New South Wales. They had a number of children: Ethel Maud 1881-1964, Olive Annie 1883, Victor 1885-1929, Gladys Ivy 1887, Lyall John 1889-1965, Ita & Bede 1891-1975, Patrick 1893-1894, John 1894-1930, Roy 1895, Leonora 1896, Cecila 1897, Eileen 1898, Cyril Francis 1899-1947, Rita 1905 and Marie(Mary) 1905-1915 twins, Clare 1907, Patrick 1909-1909.
  • Annie Mary Casey witnessed the death of Patrick J O'Neill on 24 November 1911 in Brisbane, Queensland.
  • Annie Mary Casey appeared on the Electoral Roll with Annie Olive O'Neill and Ronald Theodore Hedrick in 1943 in Thallon Street, Crows Nest. Ronald was a labourer. Annie's mother lived with them.
  • Annie Mary Casey died in 1947 in Queensland.
  • She was buried on 3 November 1947 in Toowong Cemetery. She is buried with her son Victor.

Children of Annie Mary Casey and Patrick J O'Neill

Bridget Mary Casey

F, b. circa 1875

Florence A Casey

F, b. circa 1875
  • Florence A Casey was born circa 1875.
  • Florence A Casey married John T S Paul in 1898 in Coonabarabran, New South Wales.

Child of Florence A Casey and John T S Paul

Kate Casey

F, b. circa 1850

Child of Kate Casey and Hesprus Ogel Tacey

Michael Harry Casey

M, b. 1866
  • Michael Harry Casey was born in 1866.
  • At the age of 46 years, Michael Harry Casey married Annie Rebecca Feihn in 1912 in Queensland.
  • Michael Harry Casey and Annie Rebecca Feihn appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1914 living at Pechey. She carried out home duties while Michael was an engine driver.

Margaret Cash

F, b. circa 1840
  • Margaret Cash was born circa 1840.
  • Margaret Cash married Daniel Joseph S Sewell in 1861 in Bathurst, New South Wales.

Child of Margaret Cash and Daniel Joseph S Sewell

Alice Mary Castle

F, b. 25 May 1884, d. 22 September 1978

Amy Florence Castle

F, b. 28 December 1909, d. 20 April 2011

Amy Florence Castle 1909-2011

Charles Castle

M, b. 17 March 1865, d. 8 August 1944
  • Charles Castle was born on 17 March 1865 in Nonington, Kent, England.
  • He was the son of William Castle and Maria Measday.
  • Charles Castle immigrated to Brisbane, Queensland, on 6 April 1886. Charles, 21, travelled on the Quetta which sailed from London on 9 Feb 1886. He could read and write and was from Kent. He most likely came to join his older brother Emerson, who had immigrated to Moreton Bay in 1873 at the age of 19.
  • At the age of 29 years, Charles Castle married Frances (Ada) Beach, daughter of Thomas Alfred Bryson Gibson and Sarah Beach, in 1895 in Queensland.
  • In 1901 he was listed in the Queensland Post Office Directory as a farmer collecting mail at Crow's Nest.
  • Charles Castle and Frances (Ada) Beach appeared on the Electoral Roll between 1903 and 1913 living at Djuan. Chalres was a farmer.
  • Charles Castle and Frances (Ada) Beach appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1930 living at Mountain Camp. Charles was a farmer.
  • Charles Castle and Frances (Ada) Beach appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1943 living at Glenaven, Crow's Nest. Charles was a farmer, while their daughters Eva and Amy carried out home duties.
  • Charles Castle died on 8 August 1944 in Queensland at age 79.
  • He was buried in Emu Creek Cemetery.
  • In May 1945 probate was granted on Charles Castle's will to his son Harry - Castle, Charles, Glenaven, Crow's Nest, farmer. August 8, 1944. Henry C. Castle, Mountain Camp, Crow's Nest, farmer. Realty and personalty, £4521.

Children of Charles Castle and Frances (Ada) Beach

Elizabeth Martha Castle

F, b. 1880, d. 17 July 1929
  • Elizabeth Martha Castle was also known as Martha.
  • She was born in 1880 in New Zealand. She was the daughter of Martha and William CASTLE.
  • At the age of 23 years, Elizabeth Martha Castle married William Frederick Cresswell, son of William Daniel Cresswell and Fanny Elizabeth St John, in 1903.
  • Elizabeth Martha Castle died on 17 July 1929 in Riwaka, New Zealand. She was buried under the name of Martha.
  • She was buried in Riwaka Cemetery.

Children of Elizabeth Martha Castle and William Frederick Cresswell

Emerson Castle

M, b. 13 July 1853, d. 1901
  • Emerson Castle was born on 13 July 1853 in Nonington, Kent, England.
  • He was the son of William Castle and Maria Measday.
  • Emerson Castle immigrated to Moreton Bay on 3 May 1873. He was 19 and travelled on the Storm King which sailed from London on 1 Feb 1873. His younger brother Charles joined him in 1886.
  • At the age of 27 years, Emerson Castle married Mary Ann Lunnuns in 1881 in Queensland.
  • In 1888,his wife, Mary Ann Lunnuns died in Queensland.
  • At the age of 36 years, Emerson Castle married Frances Ellen Dann in 1890 in Queensland.
  • Emerson Castle died in 1901 in Queensland.
  • He was buried on 2 July 1901 in Toowoomba & Drayton Cemetery. PRES1-010-0071.

Children of Emerson Castle and Mary Ann Lunnuns

Child of Emerson Castle and Frances Ellen Dann