Thomas T Forsyth

M, b. 1869, d. 1914

Thomas T Forsyth

M

Child of Thomas T Forsyth and Ann L Unknown

Elizabeth Edith Forsythe

F, b. 1877, d. 20 June 1911
  • Elizabeth Edith Forsythe was born in 1877. She was the daughter of Robert Henry FORSYTHE and Mary Ann COWAN.
  • At the age of 21 years, Elizabeth Edith Forsythe married Archibald McPhail, son of John McPhail and Mary Ellen McGrath, in 1898 in Queensland.
  • Elizabeth Edith Forsythe was buried on 20 June 1911 in Greenmount Cemetery.
  • Elizabeth Edith Forsythe died on 20 June 1911 in Queensland.

Children of Elizabeth Edith Forsythe and Archibald McPhail

Ann Clark Fossett

F, b. 1823, d. 4 January 1884
  • Ann Clark Fossett was born in 1823 in England. She was the daugther of Joseph Fossett.
  • Her marriage, at 26 years, to Charles Cocks was registered in the June 1849 Quarter in Greenwich, London Registration District.
  • Ann Clark Fossett died on 4 January 1884 in Queensland.
  • She was buried on 5 January 1884. BC1-006-0031.

Children of Ann Clark Fossett and Charles Cocks

Daphnie Mary Foster

F, b. 23 August 1921, d. 1980

Florence Emily Foster

F, b. circa 1915, d. 1969

Frederick William Foster

M, b. circa 1885

Joseph Foster

M, b. circa 1810
  • Joseph Foster was born circa 1810.
  • Joseph Foster married Sarah Newitts in 1853 in Victoria. It is possible this is not the same Sarah. The marriage certificate shows she was a widow.

Theresa Foster

F, b. circa 1890, d. 1971

Child of Theresa Foster and Angus Muir MacDiarmid

Elizabeth Fountain

F, b. December 1843, d. January 1932
  • Elizabeth Fountain was born in December 1843 in Aston Clinton, Buckinghamshire, England.
  • She was the daughter of Henry Fountain and Lucy Layton Bishop.
  • Elizabeth Fountain immigrated to Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, in 1853. Elizabeth came to Australia with her parents, brothers and sisters on the "Rattler".
  • In 1854 Elizabeth Fountain lived in Bolwarra, New South Wales.
  • At the age of 20 years and 7 months, Elizabeth Fountain married John McGregor, son of William McGregor and Mary Stuart, on 19 July 1864 in the home of Henry and Lucy Fountain, Raymond Terrace, New South Wales. At the time of the marriage John was a 22 year old farmer of Nelson's Plains and Elizabeth a 21 year old of Raymond Terrace. John's father William McGregor was a farmer and Henry Fountain, Elizabeth's father, a blacksmith. The ceremony was held according to the rites of the Wesleyan Church.
  • Elizabeth Fountain and John McGregor moved to the Parramatta area of Sydney around 1869.Their son William Henry was born in Raymond Terrace in 1868, and another son Robert Alfred was born in Waterloo in 1871.
  • In 1870 Elizabeth Fountain and John McGregor lived in 196 Parramatta Street, Paddington, Sydney, New South Wales. John worked as a drayman.
  • In 1881 Elizabeth Fountain lived in Henry Street, Waverley, New South Wales.
  • She and John McGregor moved to Henry Street, Waverley around 1881.Their home was near Queen's Park.
  • On 28 October 1883,her husband, John McGregor died in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. He worked as a guard on the trams in Sydney and was killed when he fell from a moving tram at Waverley. He died a week later from "injuries accidentally received". An inquest was held into his death on 30th October 1883 by Henry Shiell. John and Elizabeth's last child John Raymond was born seven months later. Its possible that Elizabeth's parents Henry and Lucy Fountain moved in with the family after John's death.
  • On 15 December 1931 Beatrice Grant wrote to Ethel Staines regarding her grandmother Elizabeth McGregor (nee Fountain).
    Bank of Australasia
    Ballina Dec 15th 1931
    Dear Ethel
    Your letter has just come so I am answering it at once to give your Grannies’ address. It is "Beverley" Ray Road, Epping.
    Poor old soul has just about reached her end. About a month ago or it may be six weeks she took ill with cancer of the stomach, and has been very sick. Mother's letter today says she is weakening very much and the Doctor says she is likely to go off any time. She is suffering great pain and has to have morphia to ease her. Father went down on Saturday to see her. Poor old soul was 88 on Sunday. It seems hard that she should have such an end after the wonderfully active life she has led, and she has lived to a good age.
    No Ethel I have not been at all well, and am going away on Friday down to Terrigal till at least the end of February. I feel the heat here very much and am never well really in the summer time. I really do not like going and leaving Mr Grant for Christmas, but he will not hear of me staying. It is always such a busy time for me, and I don't feel that I can cope with all the work in the heat. Dorothy is needing a holiday too. Bruce keeps very well. He is such a dear little chap and getting on so well. You would not know him now. They will all love him at home I'm sure.
    I haven't seen Alex for months. He came in about three weeks ago on Sunday to take us for a drive, but I was sick at the time, and in bed. When are he and Dorrie going to be married? I've been going to write to Dorrie several times but the days just simply fly and I am kept busy with the sewing and lots of other duties.
    Unfortunately at the beginning of the year I lost my good girl, and have had no less than four since. The one I have now has been with me six months, but not any one of them is as good as Ruth was.
    Yes we have had plenty of rain, and it makes it so close and muggy, but you Queensland people have had more than your share. Isn't it disappointing too when the rain comes and spoils all the garden, after one has worked so hard. While your people and we on the North Coast have the rain, the poor folk out West in NSW are having the bush fires. They must be awful out Cobar way.
    Of course I am very busy packing up and seeing to everything. There is always such a lot to do at the last with children, but its worth it when there is a nice change at the end of it all. We are going to Terrigal, just out of Gosford to Mother, and may have two or three weeks in Sydney.
    I must close now, and get on with my work, but wanted to let you have Grannies address without delay.
    My love to Dorrie and I'll try and write her a few lines while I am away. A very Merry Christmas, and a Happy New Year. to you all.
    Love and kisses from us all.
    Yours lovingly
    Bee Grant.

  • Elizabeth Fountain died in January 1932 in Home of Alex McGregor, Ray Street, Epping, New South Wales, at age 88. Cause of death carcinoma of the stomach.
  • She was buried in Waverley Cemetery in the Fountain family plot in accordance to the Presbyterian Church - General Section 4, Grave 251.
  • One of Elizabeth's grandsons "'said she had been known affectionately as "Granny McGregor" and often referred to her husband's father(William McGregor) as "Old McGregor" and that she spoke "most disparagingly" about William, who "had a foul temper and was very mean", but she (Elizabeth) was "full of praise for William's wife Mary (Stuart/McPherson.)"

Children of Elizabeth Fountain and John McGregor

Henry Fountain

M, b. 12 April 1817, d. 11 February 1891
  • Henry Fountain was born on 12 April 1817 in Aston Clinton, Buckinghamshire, England. He was the son of John Fountain and Maria Philby.
  • At the age of 22 years, 6 months and 3 days, Henry Fountain married Lucy Layton Bishop on 15 October 1839 in Aston Clinton, Buckinghamshire. Henry was a blacksmith and Lucy a dressmaker.
  • He was Blacksmith in Morpeth, New South Wales.
  • Henry Fountain witnessed the marriage of John McGregor and Elizabeth Fountain on 19 July 1864 in the home of Henry and Lucy Fountain, Raymond Terrace, New South Wales; At the time of the marriage John was a 22 year old farmer of Nelson's Plains and Elizabeth a 21 year old of Raymond Terrace. John's father William McGregor was a farmer and Henry Fountain, Elizabeth's father, a blacksmith. The ceremony was held according to the rites of the Wesleyan Church.
  • Henry Fountain witnessed the burial of Ann McGregor on 31 August 1864 in Raymond Terrace, New South Wales.
  • Henry Fountain witnessed the burial of Unnamed Son McGregor on 23 May 1867 in Raymond Terrace, New South Wales; The records show the witness as Henry Fountain and a Henry McGregor, but this may have been an error. Lot Bishop, brother of Elizabeth's mother, was the undertaker.
  • Henry Fountain died on 11 February 1891 in Tarara, Henry Street, Waverley, Sydney, at age 73.
  • He was buried on 12 February 1891 in Waverley Cemetery.

Child of Henry Fountain and Lucy Layton Bishop

George Matthew Fowlds

M, b. 25 January 1886, d. 26 June 1974
  • George Matthew Fowlds was born on 25 January 1886 in Auckland, New Zealand. He was the son of Mary Ann and George FOWLDS.
  • At the age of 26 years, 11 months and 6 days, George Matthew Fowlds married Olive Elfreda Simmonds, daughter of Reverend Joseph Henry Simmonds and Sarah Holdaway, on 31 December 1912 in New Zealand.
  • On 15 November 1971,his wife, Olive Elfreda Simmonds died in New Zealand at age 83.
  • George Matthew Fowlds died on 26 June 1974 in New Zealand at age 88.

Allen Percival William Fowler

M, b. 1902, d. 1966

Andrew Fowler

M, b. 1873, d. 1951

Children of Andrew Fowler and Amelia Jane Stratton Wilson

Annie Jane Elizabeth Fowler

F, b. 1897

Edna Joyce Maud Fowler

F, b. circa 1910

George Andrew Baxter Fowler

M, b. 1897, d. 1962

George Henry Fowler

M, b. 1891

Herbert Charles Fowler

M, b. 1 January 1901, d. 31 October 1976
  • Herbert Charles Fowler was born on 1 January 1901 in Lismore, New South Wales.
  • He was the son of William Fowler and Ellen Cook.
  • Herbert Charles Fowler appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1930 living at Mountain Camp. He was a farmer.
  • At the age of 33 years, Herbert Charles Fowler married Elvina Julia Archdeacan Fitch, daughter of William John Fitch and Esther Clara Evans, in 1934 in Queensland.
  • Herbert Charles Fowler and Elvina Julia Archdeacan Fitch appeared on the Electoral Roll between 1943 and 1954 living at Mountain Camp, Crow's Nest. Herbert was a farmer.
  • Herbert Charles Fowler and Elvina Julia Archdeacan Fitch appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1949 living at Mountain Camp, Crow's Nest. He was a farmer and Elvina carried out home duties. His brother John also farmed at Mountain Camp.
  • Herbert Charles Fowler died on 31 October 1976 at age 75.
  • He was buried on 2 November 1976 in Crow's Nest Cemetery.

James Edward Fowler

M, b. 1896

James Stratton Fowler

M, b. 1905, d. 1963

John Ernest Fowler

M, b. 1894, d. 1 August 1978
  • John Ernest Fowler was born in 1894 in Lismore, New South Wales.
  • He was the son of William Fowler and Ellen Cook.
  • John Ernest Fowler appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1930 living at Mountain Camp. John was a farmer.
  • At the age of 39 years, John Ernest Fowler married Jessie Margaret Smith, daughter of Fred Smith and Roma Douglas Tigell, in 1933 in Queensland.
  • John Ernest Fowler and Jessie Margaret Smith appeared on the Electoral Roll between 1943 and 1949 living at Mountain Camp, Crow's Nest. John was a farmer and Jessie carried out home duties. John's brother Herbert also farmed at Mountain Camp.
  • John Ernest Fowler died on 1 August 1978 in Queensland. His former address was 40 Coronation Drive Murgon.
  • He was buried on 4 August 1978 in Murgon Cemetery.

Louisa May Fowler

F, b. 1889
  • Louisa May Fowler was born in 1889 in Lismore, New South Wales.
  • She was the daughter of William Fowler and Ellen Cook.

Stanley Victor Fowler

M, b. 1898

Thomas William Fowler

M, b. 1893

William Fowler

M, b. 27 August 1856, d. 1945
  • William Fowler was born on 27 August 1856 in Woolongong, New South Wales. He was the son of Henry FOWLER and Ann GAGGIN.
  • At the age of 30 years, William Fowler married Ellen Cook in 1887 in Casino, New South Wales.
  • William Fowler and Ellen Cook appeared on the Electoral Roll between 1930 and 1943 living at Madia Vale, Crow's Nest. William was a farmer.
  • William Fowler died in 1945 in Pittsworth, Queensland.

Children of William Fowler and Ellen Cook

Bridget Fox

F, b. circa 1845, d. 18 January 1926
  • Bridget Fox was born circa 1845. She was the daughter of William Fox and Mary Gleeson.
  • Bridget Fox married Michael Quinn in 1877 in Queensland.
  • Bridget Fox and Michael Quinn appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1903 living at Geham. Michael was a farmer and Bridget carried out home duties. Their sons Patrick and William also farmed at Geham.
  • Bridget Fox died on 18 January 1926 in Queensland.
  • She was buried on 19 January 1926 in Cabarlah Cemetery. RC1-00B-0046.

Children of Bridget Fox and Michael Quinn

Denis Michael Fox

M, b. 1862, d. November 1939

Elizabeth Lily Fox

F, b. 1872, d. 16 November 1948
  • Elizabeth Lily Fox was born in 1872 in Brisbane, Queensland.
  • She was the daughter of Joseph Matthew Fox and Mary Rose Gallagher.
  • At the age of 22 years, Elizabeth Lily Fox married Bernard Michael Skelly, son of Patrick Skelly and Mary O'Mara, on 28 August 1894 in St Stephens Cathedral, Brisbane, Queensland.
  • Elizabeth Lily Skelly appeared on the Electoral Roll with Patrick Skelly and Mary O'Mara in 1903 in Crow's Nest. Patrick was listed as a farmer and Mary carried out home duties. Their son Bernard, a farmer and his wife Elizabeth also lived at Crow's Nest as did Patrick Jospeh, a labourer.
  • Elizabeth Lily Fox and Bernard Michael Skelly appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1925 living at Crow's Nest. Bernard was shown as a storekeeper and Elizabeth carried out home duties. Their sons, a shop assistand and a grocer also lived in Crow's Nest.
  • Elizabeth Lily Fox received a visit from his son Bernard jnr.
    The Brisbane Courier advised that - "Mr. B. Skelly, jnr., Charleville, is at present on a visit to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. Skelly, Crow's Nest"
    with Bernard Skelly on 23 April 1925.
  • Sometime before 1927 Bernard and Elizabeth moved to the Pittsworth district as the Brisbane Courier advised they were living there when their eldest son Frank was married on 6 June 1927 - this may be an error.
  • Elizabeth Lily Fox's son Francis (Frank) Skelly married Gladys Noleen (Noleen) Feeny on 6 June 1927 in Pittsworth, Queensland. The Brisbane Courier reported - "SKELLY-FEENEY.
    A wedding of interest to a large circle of friends was celebrated at the Roman Catholic Church, on June 6, when Mr. Frank Skelly (son of Mr. and Mrs. Skelly, of Pittsworth) was married to Miss Noeleen Feeney (youngest daughter of Mr and Mrs. Patrick Feeney, of Roma). The church had been decorated by the Sisters of the Sacred Heart Sodality, Children of Mary, and the choir, of which the bride had been a member all her life. Pink and white roses adorned the altar rails, an arch being suspended over the guest pews, which were marked with pink and silver ribbons. The bridegroom's brother (Rev. Father Skelly), assisted by Rev. Father Troy, performed the ceremony, and nuptial mass was celebrated after the ceremony. The bride, who was given away by her father, was gowned in white manette over crepe de Chine, heavily beaded, and outlined with seed pearls. The silver lace train was lined with pink crepe de Chine, ornamented with orange blossom, and her veil of silver tulle and lace was arranged in cap fashion. She carried an ivory-bound prayer book, the gift of Sister Bertel, of Red Hill, Brisbane. The bridesmaids, Misses Gladys Griffin and Eileen Sparks were frocked alike in pink mariette over crepe de Chine, made with yokes of silver lace, and pouched effect at hips. The skirts were French pleated, and ei-yathed belt of mariette finished with a diamante buckle at the waist completed tlie toilettes. Little Bernard and Esme Tait acted as page boy and train bearer, respectively. The former wore a blue satin suit, and the latter was frocked in blue crepe de Chine, and wore a tulle Dutch cap. She also wore an armlet, the gift of the bridegroom. Messrs. Skelly (Charleville) and J. Kennaiake attended the bridesgroom. The bridegroom's gift to the bride was a fur coat, and to the bridesmaids begave a diamond and onyx ring and a gold wristlet watch. After the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Feeney held a reception at the Hibernian Hall, where they entertained about 150 guests. Mrs. Feeney wore a brown silk marocain frock relieved with gold, and a fawn felt hat to match. Mrs. Skelly (mother of the bridegroom) wore a frock of bois de rose tricotine, relieved with a waistcoat of cream and bois de rose, and a hat to match. She also wore stone marten furs. Mrs. Tait (sister of the bride) wore a black velveteen coat and skirt, and a vest of Oriental satin, with a hat of mauve panne velvet . On leaving for the honeymoon, which will be spent in the South and Tasmania, Mrs. Skelly wore a French pleated frock of mastic mariette, a vagabond felt hat, and a fur coat. Mr. and Mrs. Skelly will make their future home in Bowen.
  • Elizabeth Lily Fox and Bernard Michael Skelly appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1943 living at Nolan Street, Crow's Nest.
  • On 8 July 1945,her husband, Bernard Michael Skelly died in Nolan Street, Crow's Nest, Queensland, at age 85.
  • Elizabeth Lily Fox died on 16 November 1948 in Queensland.
  • She was buried in Crow's Nest Cemetery.

Children of Elizabeth Lily Fox and Bernard Michael Skelly

Gladys Annie Fox

F, b. 29 July 1915, d. 28 September 2004
  • Gladys Annie Fox was born on 29 July 1915.
  • At the age of 17 years, 5 months and 2 days, Gladys Annie Fox married Arthur Wesley Johnston, son of John Wesley Johnston and Frances Margaret Staines, on 31 December 1932 in Queensland. Their attendants were Arthur's siblings Nancy and Frank.
  • Gladys Annie Fox and Arthur Wesley Johnston appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1968 living at Cooloolabin, Yandina. Arthur was a dairyman and Gladys carried out home duties. Their son Joseph Charles was a truck driver at Yandina and Robert Arthur was a farmer at Cooloolabin.
  • Gladys Annie Fox and Arthur Wesley Johnston appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1980 living at Cooloolabin, Yandina. Arthur was a dairyman.
  • On 8 September 1985,her husband, Arthur Wesley Johnston died at age 82.
  • Gladys Annie Fox died on 28 September 2004 at age 89.