M, b. 1850, d. 1940
Henry M Ambrose
M, b. 1868, d. 1871
M, b. 1882, d. 1951
James Edward Ambrose
M, b. 7 June 1912, d. 12 February 1988
F, b. 1859
F, b. 1858
Mary A Ambrose
F, b. 1845, d. 1927
Mary Jane Ambrose
F, b. 1864, d. 1932
F, b. 1878, d. 1970
- Mildred Ambrose was born in 1878 in New South Wales.
- She was the daughter of Edward Ambrose and Ann Jane Duff.
- At the age of 26 years, Mildred Ambrose married Walter Frederick Lloyd in 1904 in Queensland.
- In 1931,her husband, Walter Frederick Lloyd died in Queensland.
- Mildred Ambrose died in 1970 in Rockhampton.
M, b. 29 August 1870, d. 15 November 1934
- New South Wales: OtherPioneers from New South Wales
- Phillip Ambrose was born on 29 August 1870 in New South Wales.
- He was the son of Edward Ambrose and Ann Jane Duff.
- At the age of 47 years, Phillip Ambrose married Catherine Rose Barclay in 1918 in Queensland.
- Phillip Ambrose and Catherine Rose Barclay appeared on the Electoral Roll between 1925 and 1930 living at Geham. Phillip was a labourer.
- Phillip Ambrose died on 15 November 1934 in Queensland at age 64.
- He was buried on 15 November 1934 in Drayton & Toowoomba Cemetery.
M, b. 1860, d. 1861
William (Patrick) Ambrose
M, b. 1814, d. 1860
- William (Patrick) Ambrose was born in 1814 in Ireland.
- At the age of 40 years, William (Patrick) Ambrose married Margaret Reimen/Raymond in 1854 in Queensland.
- William (Patrick) Ambrose died in 1860 in Queensland.
William J Ambrose
M, b. 1846
William Patrick Ambrose
M, b. circa 1856, d. 1931
- Villans: Others who had brushes with the law
- William Patrick Ambrose was born circa 1856.
- He was the son of William (Patrick) Ambrose and Margaret Reimen/Raymond.
- William Patrick Ambrose was arrested with his sister Catherine and step father David Kynoch. David Kynoch was charged with the theft of three calves from William Merritt. The Darling Downs Gazette reported:- "David Kynoch, Catherine Ambrose, and William Patrick Ambrose, were charged with feloniously stealing three head of cattle the property of William and Alfred Merritt, at Highfields. Mr. Boyle for the defendants. J. B. Barry said he was a constable stationed at Ipswich ; he went to the prisoners' house, at Perseverance Station, on Wednesday last, and found the two younger prisoners on the premises ; they were step-children of the prisoner Kynoch ; told the girl he was a detective constable, and asked her to show her father’s brands ; she brought about eight or ten from the dairy, and when be asked if there were not two or three more she replied, ' no ;' afterwards searched the dwelling house, and found the CAW brands, now produced, under the bed; Alfred Merritt was present when the brands were found, and Catherine Ambrose said, "If Mr. Merritt will not press the charge against my father he can have all the horses and bullocks we have ; we did not know that the calves belonged to Mr. Merritt when we brought then up the range, from Luke's waterhole ." asked her if the brands now produced were those used in branding the cattle, and she replied, 'Yes they are ;" he (witness) said to her "You knew they are not your own cattle, although you did not know they were Mr. Merritt's," and she said " Yes; I have been very foolish, and I am sorry for it; " We drove the cattle to the yard at Perseverance Station, kept them there one night, and then drove then over to the farm, which is about ten-miles nearer to Toowoomba ; they remained there three or four days, where they were branded by herself, her brother, and a man named Paddy O'Neil ; he (witness) had compared the brands now produced with the brands upon the cattle, and found them to correspond; arrested Catherine and William Ambrose on Wednesday evening, and had shown them the cattle this (Friday) morning'; they were identified by them as the cattle they had branded; and Catherine said it was her father who had assisted to brand them, and not Paddy O'Neil as she had first stated; arrested the prisoner David Kynoch outside the Court that morning, and after reading the warrant to him he said, ''the cattle are mine "took him into the yard to look at , and he said " Yes, those are the cattle ; I branded them and they are my property." By the Bench: The cattle were found in a paddock nearly adjoining the prisoners farm on Reedy Creek and were identified by Mr. Merritt as his property Wm. Merritt, examined by Detective Barry, said he missed a mob of cattle from his paddocks about five weeks ago ; there were several milking cows with their calves among the mob, they were returned about nine days afterward with the exception of three unbranded calves, almost eight or nine months old ; saw them next in a paddock near Reedy Creek, where they were fresh branded ; the cattle outside the Court were those he had referred to, and were the property of himself and his son ; met the prisoner Kynoch on the Highfields road on Thursday afternoon and he said, "This is a very bad job, Mr Merritt, cannot we arrange the matter' he (witness) told him that the case was totally out of his control, and prisoner replied, “I will do anything if you will stop the proceedings. If there are any of your calves among them you can take them and I will give you anything I have; we did not know the calves belonged to you at the time they were branded; they were branded by myself, and I took them from my own paddock and put them into Cameron's paddock.' Alfred Merritt corroborated the evidence of the apprehending constable. At the close of the examination Detective Barry applied for a remand until Tuesday next, for the purpose of producing further evidence. . On the application of Mr. Boyle, bail was granted to the prisoners Ambrose, themselves in £20, and two sureties of £10 each, but the Bench refused to admit Kynoch to bail."
in July 1869.
- In December 1876 William was bitten by a black snake. The Queensland Times reported :-" we find ourselves pulling up at Murphy's Creek, where all the people were astir and apparently much excited.. Upon inquiring the cause, we learnt that a young man named William Ambrose bad been bitten by a black snake at Perseverance, some nine miles out. He had been brought in by neighbours after having the wound scarified; and poultices of gunpowder, etc., applied (thanks to the Queenslander) with the most beneficial results - so much so that he had been able to return home alone,quite recovered.
- William Ambrose selected Portion 17 Ravensbourne and later sold it to his step father David Kynoch.
- In July 1880 William had another brush with the law. The Darling Downs Gazette reported:- " Monday Afternoon July 19. (Before His Honor the Chief Justice.) HORSE STEALING. Thomas Mellon, alias Robert Marshall, alias Alexander Marshall, and William Ambrose, alias William Kynock were charged with stealing one mare or one filly, the property of William Kane, at Highfields, on 15th October, 1879. The prisoners pleaded not guilty. The prisoners applied for the case to be remanded, which was refused by His Honor, they having had ample time and opportunity to call witnesses. The following jury were sworn : William Quinlan, Joseph Burton, Robert Wilcox, Michael Comerford, Michael Kearney, William Kirk, William H. Beck, Charles Laurney, Frederick Lack, Thomas Haynes, Thomas Burrell, James Doolan. Mr. Power stated the case against the prisoners and called the following witnesses : John Dalton, being duly sworn, deposed I am a constable stationed in Toowoomba ; knew Mellon, alias Marshall ; on 31st May I saw prisoner Mellon at Woodend, near Ipswich ; have seen him before that day ; he was called Mellon ; asked him if he had ever driven horses to Bundaberg via Mount Perry with a man named Ambrose ; he replied he never did ; he told me in answer to a question that he had been working on a station named Gin Gin, near Mount Perry,and Ambrose was with him there; he said that he never was in the employ of Ambrose; told him I arrested him on warrant for horse stealing ; he said he never stole any horses I brought him to Toowoomba. Dalton Kelly deposed : I am a senior con- stable, stationed at Highfields ; on 30th May last saw prisoner Ambrose at Perseverance, near Highfields; asked him if he was in Bundaberg last October ; he said, " I don't know ;'' I said, "Were you there before last Christmas ?" he said, "Yes, two or three months before;" asked him if he sold two black horses there branded UIP ; he said he had sold these horses by auction; asked if he had sold at same time a bay filly branded AL5; - he said he did ; asked him where he got them ; he said he bought them ; asked if he had got receipts for them ; he said he had, they were up in his hut ; I asked him to show me them, but he refused; asked if anyone went with him to Bundaberg with those horsee ; he said, "Yes, a man named Robert Marshall ;" asked if Marshall was in his employ ; he said," No, he was mate with me in the horses ;" said to prisoner, "I arrest you on suspicion of stealing those horses ;" he told me that the bay filly was sold by auction ; asked if Marshall was mates with him in the bay filly ; he said, "Yes ;" he ssid he had got paid for them ; the one prisoner was sometimes known as Billy Ambrose and Billy Kynock ; the other as "LongTom," or "Tom Mellon ;" then brought Ambrose to Toowoomba watchhouse, and went in search of the other prisoner : went to Brisbane and Ipswich ; found him in the lock-up there ; he told me a saddle and bridle at Tom Beverley's was his ; he had denied it to the constable who arrested him, he said, for fear of getting Beverley into a row, the prisoner asked me what Knock said to me ; I said Knock had admitted selling the two UlP-horses, and the filly, and a man named Robert Marshall went with him; I said, ''I wish Marshall was caught, I'm tired looking for him ;" prisoner said "You need not look any more, I'm Marshall, what would you advise me to do ? plead guilty or not guilty ?" I said, "I can't advise you ;" the horses are outside. Prisoners declined to cross-examine. Wm. Kane deposed : I am a carrier re- siding in Highfields ; have looked at a bay filly, branded AL5, outside the court ; she is my property ; saw her last about nine or ten months ago ; she was then running at Highfields, on a part of the main range ; I missed her about that time ; next saw her about five weeks ago at the court here ; never sold or disposed of this mare, or au- thorised anyone to take her ; know the two prisoners ; they were living near me at High- fields when I missed the filly ; they were called Thomas Mellon and William Kynock ; about last Christmas spoke to Mellon, and asked him if he would run her in ; he said he would if he had time ; everyone knew her by the name of Laughlan's filly ; he said he knew her by that description. Joseph Richard Woodall deposed : I am an auctioneer in Bundaberg; know the two prisoners ; remember seeing them in Bundaberg on 24th October; saw prisoner Marshall, or Mellon, first ; enquired at Butcher's public house for a man who had brought horses to sell, and he was brought to me ; he went away and brought Kynock; Kynock asked me if I could dispose of any horses for him on the following day ; I said the notice was very short ; it was then about seven o'clock in the evening ; he said they were short of money, and could not postpone the sale for a week ; he said they would have to sell some of them ; both prisoners were present ; both of them drove the horses up to my yards next day; there were seven of them ; the bay fiily outside, branded AL5 was one of them ; sold these horses, the bay filly included ; after the sale settled up with them ; asked if they would have account sales or not ; they said they did not require them ; asked Marshall what the name of the tall chap was ; he said William Kynock ; then asked his own, and he said Alick Marshall ; entered the names while he was speaking, and now produce the book ; paid them something over £50 ; they left by first steamer for the southern ports ; one of them told me they came from Gin Gin ; he said they had been about six months there ; the filly outside was one I sold. This concluded the case for the Crown. The prisoner Ambrose handed in some receipts. Ambrose addressed the jury, stating that he bought and paid for the mare, and, if the remand they had asked for had been granted, would have been able to produce his witnesses. His Honor summed up briefly.
The jury after an absence of ten minutes, returned with a verdict of guilty against both prisoners. They were remanded for sentence."
- William Patrick Ambrose married an unknown person in 1886.
- William Patrick Ambrose died in 1931 in Queensland.
Neville Hector Reginald Amies
M, b. circa 1910, d. 5 March 2001
- Charts: Descendants of John Maddern , Descendants of Stephen Lower, Descendants of John Gill (#1), Descendants of John Gill (#2)
- Neville Hector Reginald Amies was born circa 1910.
- Neville Hector Reginald Amies married Jean Birrer, daughter of Adolf Birrer and Ida May Barnes, on 27 January 1934 in Sandgate, Queensland. After Neville was discharged from the Army the family moved to Toowoomba where Neville worked as a clerk at 7SD Stores Depot. They lived in Toowoomba for the rest of their lives.
- Neville Hector Reginald Amies died on 5 March 2001 in Queensland.
- He was buried on 8 March 2001 in Drayton Cemetery, Toowoomba.
William Clyde Amps
M, b. circa 1890
F, b. circa 1850, d. 22 May 1909
F, b. circa 1800
Carl Julius (Charles) Andersen
M, b. 17 April 1870, d. 1951
- Carl Julius (Charles) Andersen was baptized on 17 April 1870 in Aker, Oslo, Norway. His parents were given as Juul Andersen and Christine Olsen.
- He was the son of Julius (Jul, Jules, John, Hugh) Andersen and Kristina Karlson.
- Carl Julius (Charles) Andersen immigrated on 8 January 1873 with Julius (Jul, Jules, John, Hugh) Andersen and Kristina Karlson. Jules 31 and Christine 27, arrived on the Lammershargen with their children Charles aged 3 and Anna 1 1/2 years. The ship left Hamburg on 6 Oct 1872 and after its arrival at Moreton Bay went into quarantine. Also on the ship were Hans 32, Marie 28, Emma 9 and Ola 2. The surname for all was spelt ANDREASSEN.
- Carl Julius (Charles) Andersen and Annie Anderson's were included on a list of possible students at Crow's Nest State School in 1876. The Andersen children had never previously attended school and were living at Albert Mills.
- At the age of 31 years, Carl Julius (Charles) Andersen married Sophia Harriet Capewell in 1902 in Queensland.
- Carl Julius (Charles) Andersen died in 1951 in Queensland.
Joseph William Oscar Andersen
M, b. 30 June 1877, d. 22 August 1878
Julius (Jul, Jules, John, Hugh) Andersen
M, b. 21 January 1844, d. 20 June 1931
- Charts: Descendants of Charles Eyles
- Julius (Jul, Jules, John, Hugh) Andersen was also known as Andresen/Andersen/Andreassen.
- He was born on 21 January 1844 in Norway. He was the son of Andres Anderson and Marthe Iversdatter.
- Julius (Jul, Jules, John, Hugh) Andersen married Kristina Karlson circa 1868.
- Julius (Jul, Jules, John, Hugh) Andersen and Kristina Karlson immigrated on 8 January 1873. Jules 31 and Christine 27, arrived on the Lammershargen with their children Charles aged 3 and Anna 1 1/2 years. The ship left Hamburg on 6 Oct 1872 and after its arrival at Moreton Bay went into quarantine. Also on the ship were Hans 32, Marie 28, Emma 9 and Ola 2. The surname for all was spelt ANDREASSEN.
- On 20 February 1874,Julius (Jul, Jules, John, Hugh) Andersen's son, Johann Albert Andreson was born in Queensland.
- Julius (Jul, Jules, John, Hugh) Andersen added the names of his son Carl Julius (Charles) Andersen and daughter Annie Anderson as possible sudents school at Crow's Nest State School in 1876. The Andersen children had never previously attended school and were living at Albert Mills.
- On 21 October 1876 Juls placed and advertistment in the Darling Downs Gazette stating:- "I hereby CAUTION anyone against giving my wife CHRISTENA ANDERSEN, credit on my account as I will not be responsible for the same, she having left her home without reasonable cause.
Highfields, 17 October 1876."
- In January 1877 Jules donated 5/- to the Toowoomba Hosptial Fund. He was working at Albert Mills at the time.
- On 30 June 1877,Julius (Jul, Jules, John, Hugh) Andersen's son, Joseph William Oscar Andersen was born in Pechey, Queensland.
- Julius (Jul, Jules, John, Hugh) Andersen and Kristina Karlson were separated after 1878. No further information has been found for Kristiana Karlson.
- At the age of 40 years, 4 months and 3 days, Julius (Jul, Jules, John, Hugh) Andersen married Alice Gillis, daughter of William Gillis and Jane Eyles, on 24 May 1884. The marriage took place in the residence of the officiating minister, William Rathjen, at Telford Street, Toowoomba. Hugh was a 40 year old bachelor engine driver born Christiana Norway and living at Geham, Highfields. His father was given as Andres Anderson, a post office keeper. Alice was a 26 year old widowed housekeeper born Dalby of Geham and her parents were listed as William Gillis, a farmer and Jane Isles. Witnesses to the marriage were John McGregor and Catherine P Rathjen. Jules signed with his mark.
- Julius (Jul, Jules, John, Hugh) Andersen and Alice Gillis appeared on the Electoral Roll between 1903 and 1908 living at Meringandan. Hugh was a farmer.
- Julius (Jul, Jules, John, Hugh) Andersen's application to select land - 100 acres- Parish of Milton was accepted in 1908.
- He appeared on the Electoral Roll between 1913 and 1917 living at Mt Darry. Jul was a farmer.
- On 9 August 1913,his wife, Alice Gillis died in Toowoomba, Queensland, at age 56. The cause of death was renal calculus, hydroenphrosis and collapse. The informant was the secretary of the General Hospital and her daughter Jane Stark of Cabarlah. The certificate shows that she was married at "Merivale" Warwick at 16 to John Plant and again at 27 to Hugh Anderson.
- Julius (Jul, Jules, John, Hugh) Andersen was listed as the next of kin of Sydney Albert Anderson when she enlisted in the Australian Army on 7 February 1915. He was a labourer at the time he enlisted and gave his next of kin as his father Jul Anderson of Tuross via Haden (address later changed to C- Maag, Walton Street, Toowoomba). Syd joined the 12/25 Battalion Reinforcements - service number 4654.
He was wounded twice in France to be returned to the field only to be killed in action.
- Julius (Jul, Jules, John, Hugh) Andersen appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1930 living at Maags, Walton Street, Toowoomba.
- Julius (Jul, Jules, John, Hugh) Andersen died on 20 June 1931 in Queensland at age 87. He died at the home of his daughter Matilda and her husband Robert Maag.
- He was buried on 22 June 1931 in Cabarlah Cemetery.
Children of Julius (Jul, Jules, John, Hugh) Andersen and Kristina Karlson
Children of Julius (Jul, Jules, John, Hugh) Andersen and Alice Gillis
- Matilda Rebecka Anderson+ b. 17 August 1885, d. 21 January 1973
- Thomas Henry Anderson+ b. 29 August 1888, d. 26 October 1967
- Ethel Maud Elinor Anderson b. 3 April 1889, d. 28 August 1968
- Sydney Albert Anderson b. 1891, d. 6 March 1917
- Ward Howard Anderson+ b. 10 April 1894, d. 13 June 1963
- Malcolm Ronald Anderson b. 22 February 1896, d. 17 November 1983
- Francis William Anderson b. 1898, d. 9 July 1946
Mathilda Magdeline Andersen
F, b. circa 1850, d. 1887
- Mathilda Magdeline Andersen was born circa 1850. She was the daughter of Peter Jacob Andersen and Amitze Jahnke.
- Mathilda Magdeline Andersen married John Heinrich Hebbel in 1871 in Queensland.
- Mathilda Magdeline Andersen died in 1887 in Queensland.
- She was buried. She was buried on the property at Palm Tree as were her three children.
Children of Mathilda Magdeline Andersen and John Heinrich Hebbel
- Ann Hebbel+ b. 1872, d. November 1950
- Margaretha Hebbel b. 1873
- Jacob Hebbel b. 1874, d. 1922
- Mathilde Hebbel b. September 1875, d. 4 December 1876
- Mathilde Hebbel b. 1877, d. 1954
- Emma Hebbel b. 1879, d. 1882
- Frederick Hebbel b. 1881, d. 1882
- Frederick Hebbel b. 1884, d. 1968
- Sophia Hebbel b. 1885, d. 1959
- John Henry Hebbel b. circa 1886, d. 1900
- Elsa Hebbel b. 1886, d. 7 August 1968
Karla Nellie Josephine Andersen/on
F, b. 1901, d. 1970
Dr Unknown Anderson
M, b. circa 1875
- Health Workers: Other Health Workers
- Dr Unknown Anderson was born circa 1875.
- He attended Johanna Wilhelmina Christina Handroeck/Handreg when she fell down her steps in August 1913; The Telegraph reported:- " The Ravensbourne correspondent of the Toowoomba Chronicle writes : A painful accident happened to Mrs W. Zropf, mother of Mr. F. Zropf, of Ravensbourne , on 20th August. Mrs. Zropf, who has passed her 92nd birthday, is partly blind, but otherwise enjoyed good health, had not the sad misfortune befallen her of falling down the steps of the house, causing her to break her thigh. Dr. Anderson, of Crow's Nest, attended her. Mrs. W. Zropf is well known in the Highfields district, where she resided for a number of years. She arrived at Highfields 35 years ago."
Anders Peter Anderson
M, b. circa 1875
F, b. circa 1871, d. 5 August 1958
- Annie Anderson was born circa 1871 in Norway.
- She was the daughter of Julius (Jul, Jules, John, Hugh) Andersen and Kristina Karlson.
- Annie Anderson immigrated on 8 January 1873 with Julius (Jul, Jules, John, Hugh) Andersen and Kristina Karlson. Jules 31 and Christine 27, arrived on the Lammershargen with their children Charles aged 3 and Anna 1 1/2 years. The ship left Hamburg on 6 Oct 1872 and after its arrival at Moreton Bay went into quarantine. Also on the ship were Hans 32, Marie 28, Emma 9 and Ola 2. The surname for all was spelt ANDREASSEN.
- Annie Anderson and Annie Anderson's were included on a list of possible students at Crow's Nest State School in 1876. The Andersen children had never previously attended school and were living at Albert Mills.
- Annie Anderson married William Bain on 8 April 1890 in Queensland. William was a 34 year old widowed teamster of Murphy's Creek. Annie was 19 years born County of Stanley and living at Geham. She was a domestic servant, and gave her parents as Alice Gillis and John Anderson. Witnesses to the marriage were Augusta Schlierike and Mary Annette Crookston (wife of minister James Crookston.)
- Annie Anderson and William Bain appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1903 living at Ravensbourne. William was a farmer.
- Annie Anderson and William Bain appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1913 living at Perseverance. William was a farmer. Their daughter Lily also lived at Perseverance.
- Annie Anderson and William Bain appeared on the Electoral Roll between 1921 and 1930 living at Perseverance. William was a farmer.
- On 11 August 1947,her husband, William Bain died. His age on his gravestone is given as 92 years.
- Annie Anderson died on 5 August 1958 in Queensland.
- She was buried on 6 August 1958 in Drayton & Toowoomba Cemetery. PRES2-006-0032. Her age on her grave stone is given as 86 years.
Edith Ann Georgina Anderson
F, b. 24 October 1888
F, b. 1873, d. 3 September 1952
- Elizabeth Anderson was born in 1873. She was the daughter of Richard Anderson and Martha McMurray.
- At the age of 25 years, Elizabeth Anderson married Gerd Norgaard, son of Christian Christensen Norgaard and Maria Hansen Wedel, in 1898 in Queensland.
- Elizabeth Anderson and Gerd Norgaard appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1903 living at Goombungee. Gerd was a farmer.
- In 1928 Gerd became a noted breeder of Ayrshire cattle at Holm Park Stud, often winning ribbons at local shows. He also exhibited horses while his son Mervyn took out many prizes in the poultry and dog section.
- On 9 October 1944,her husband, Gerd Norgaard died in Queensland.
- Elizabeth Anderson died on 3 September 1952 in Queensland.
- She was buried on 4 September 1952 in Drayton & Toowoomba Cemetery.
Children of Elizabeth Anderson and Gerd Norgaard
F, b. circa 1850
- Elizabeth Anderson was born circa 1850.
- Elizabeth Anderson married Johathan Colls circa 1875.