Audrey Holley

F, b. 1904

Catherine Holley

F, b. 1860, d. 1860
  • Catherine Holley died in 1860 in Tenterfield, New South Wales.
  • She was born in 1860 in Tenterfield, New South Wales.
  • She was the daughter of William Holley and Catherine A Arthur.

Charles Holley

M, b. 27 February 1897, d. 1963
  • Charles Holley was born on 27 February 1897 in Tenterfield, New South Wales.
  • He was the son of William Arthur Holley and Ellen (Nell) French.
  • Charles Holley began military service on 7 August 1915 in Tenterfield, New South Wales. He was 18 years and six months old at the time of enlistment and lived at Logan Street, Tenterfield. His mother Ellen Holley and father W. A. Holley gave their consent. He was 5' 10.5 inches tall with a fair complection with brown eyes and black hair. Service number X249 and joined the 6th Australian Light Horse. He was a labourer at the time.
  • He ended military service on 25 September 1919. He was discharged as a Lance Corporal after serving in Egypt, Mascar and other parts of the middle east.
  • At the age of 23 years, Charles Holley married Phyllis Reston, daughter of Edward Reston, in 1921 in Tenterfield, New South Wales.
  • Charles Holley began military service on 18 October 1940 in Sydney Cricket Ground, New South Wales. His service number was N77443. He was livng at Casino at the time of his enlistment and his next of kin was Phyllis Holley.
  • On 10 January 1942 Charles Holley lived in Ellengowan, Casino, New South Wales. This was the address his son Charles Lawrence gave for his father when Charles Lawrence enlisted in the Royal Australian Naval Reserve.
  • He ended military service on 8 November 1944. He was discharged with the rank of Corporal in the 31st AUSTRALIAN GARRISON BATTALION.
  • Charles Holley died in 1963 in Maclean, New South Wales.

Charlotte Holley

F, b. 1849

Emma Holley

F, b. 1856

Hannah Holley

F, b. 1852

Herbert Holley

M, b. 1895, d. 1895

Ida Holley

F, b. 1887

Isabella Holley

F, b. 1854

James Arthur Holley

M, b. 1892, d. 1956

Percival (Percy) Holley

M, b. 1899, d. 1962

Alice Emily Holley and Percival Holley, children of William Arthur Holley and Ellen French. Taken c1904. Photo courtesy of Helen J.
  • Percival (Percy) Holley was born in 1899 in Tenterfield, New South Wales.
  • He was the son of William Arthur Holley and Ellen (Nell) French.
  • On 15 January 1917 Percival (Percy) Holley lived in Warwick Road, Tenterfield, New South Wales. This was the address his brother William George gave for Percy when William enlisted in the AIF.
  • At the age of 29 years, Percival (Percy) Holley married Doris Margaret H Counter, daughter of Charles E Counter and Alice E Stevenson, in 1928 in Tenterfield, New South Wales.
  • Percival (Percy) Holley died in 1962 in Tenterfield, New South Wales.

Robert R Holley

M, b. 1902

Ruby Holley

F, b. 1908, d. 1908

Sidney Holley

M, b. 1 April 1904, d. 1975
  • Sidney Holley was born on 1 April 1904 in Tenterfield, New South Wales.
  • He was the son of William Arthur Holley and Ellen (Nell) French.
  • At the age of 30 years, Sidney Holley married Gladys Hunter in 1935 in Casino, New South Wales.
  • Sidney Holley began military service on 17 July 1941 in Sydney, New South Wales. His Service number was 60051 and his address was Casino at the time he enlisted. He gave his next of kin as Gladys Holley.
  • He ended military service on 26 April 1945. He was discharged with the rank of Corporal with the 11th Squadron.
  • Sidney Holley died in 1975 in New South Wales.

William Holley

M, b. 1814, d. 26 May 1890

William A Holley - Tenterfield Pioneers honoured in Rotary Park, Tenterfield. The plaque suggests he arrived in 1838
  • William Holley was born in 1814. He was the son of Jacob Holley and Charlotte.
  • At the age of 33 years, William Holley married Catherine A Arthur in 1847 in St Peter's Church of England, Armidale, New South Wales.
  • In 1872 his name appeared in Greville's Post Office Directory. He was a carrier. The name was spelt HOLLY.
  • On 9 September 1879 the Maitland Mercury reported: A casualty of a very serious character, and entailing heavy loss, occurred last Wednesday week to Mr. William Holly, carrier, of the Four-Mile, near Tenterfield. It appears that Mr. Holly was engaged by Mr. C. A. Lee, storekeeper, to take a load of general store goods for one of his constituents in the Western district, with which he left here with a team of sixteen bullocks. On arriving at the Sovereign River, near Mongoola, it was found to be in a very swollen condition, in consequence of the recent rains. Holly, however, attempted to cross (although at the most favourable time it is not a good crossing), when the force of the current carried the bullocks off their legs, and twelve of the animals were drowned before the pole could be cut and the team released. The dray was, we understand, pulled out of the river with, great difficulty by some teams who were be- hind, but some of the goods were a good deal damaged. Mr. Holly's loss is a very heavy one, and much sympathy ís felt for him under
    the circumstances." The article did not specify if the owner of the dray was Mr Holley, junior or senior.
  • William Holley died on 26 May 1890 in Tenterfield, New South Wales.
  • He was buried in Tenterfield Cemetery. The headstone inscription states he was 76 years old.

Children of William Holley and Catherine A Arthur

William Arthur Holley

M, b. 1858, d. 1933
  • William Arthur Holley was born in 1858 in Tenterfield, New South Wales.
  • He was the son of William Holley and Catherine A Arthur.
  • On 9 September 1879 the Maitland Mercury reported: A casualty of a very serious character, and entailing heavy loss, occurred last Wednesday week to Mr. William Holly, carrier, of the Four-Mile, near Tenterfield. It appears that Mr. Holly was engaged by Mr. C. A. Lee, storekeeper, to take a load of general store goods for one of his constituents in the Western district, with which he left here with a team of sixteen bullocks. On arriving at the Sovereign River, near Mongoola, it was found to be in a very swollen condition, in consequence of the recent rains. Holly, however, attempted to cross (although at the most favourable time it is not a good crossing), when the force of the current carried the bullocks off their legs, and twelve of the animals were drowned before the pole could be cut and the team released. The dray was, we understand, pulled out of the river with, great difficulty by some teams who were be- hind, but some of the goods were a good deal damaged. Mr. Holly's loss is a very heavy one, and much sympathy ís felt for him under
    the circumstances." The article did not specify if the owner of the dray was Mr Holley, junior or senior.
  • At the age of 26 years, William Arthur Holley married Ellen (Nell) French, daughter of William French and Elizabeth Baker, in 1884 in Tenterfield, New South Wales, Australia.
  • William Arthur Holley had 11 children .Alice Emily, Ida, William George, James Arthur, Charles, Percival, Robert, Sidney and Audrey were all born in Tenterfield.
  • He witnessed the marriage of George French and Elizabeth Jane Bentley on 22 July 1890 in the residence of William Holly, Warwick Rd, Tenterfield, New South Wales; George was a 22 year old bachelor, farm labourer of Mingoola (a property west of Tenterfield on the Bruxner Highway) - father William French, a farm labourer and mother Elizabeth Baker. Elizabeth was a spinster aged 22, a domestic servant living at Mingoola, parents William Bentley, a driver and Phoebe Chapman. George's sister Ellen and her husband William Holley were witnesses to George and Elizabeth's marriage held in the Holley residence, Warwick Road, Tenterfield according to the rites of the Wesleyan Church. The minister was John Hulme.
  • On 7 August 1915 William Arthur Holley and Ellen (Nell) French lived in Logan Street, Tenterfield, New South Wales. This was the address given for them by their son Charles when he enlisted in the Army.
  • William Arthur Holley died in 1933 in Tenterfield, New South Wales. William and Ellen died in the same year.

Children of William Arthur Holley and Ellen (Nell) French

William Eric Holley

M, b. 14 June 1920, d. 18 December 1941
  • William Eric Holley was born on 14 June 1920 in Tenterfield, Queensland.
  • He was the son of William George Holley and Jessie Ida Pitkin.
  • William Eric Holley began military service on 29 August 1941 in Paddington, New South Wales. His service number was NX43949. He was living at Mount McKenzie at the time of his enlsitment and gave his next of kin as William Holley.
  • William Eric Holley died on 18 December 1941 at age 21. At the time of his death he was a private in the 16th Australian Infantry Training Battalion.
  • He was buried in Gaza War Cemetery.

William George Holley

M, b. September 1889, d. 9 February 1951
  • William George Holley was born in September 1889 in Tenterfield, New South Wales.
  • He was the son of William Arthur Holley and Ellen (Nell) French.
  • William George Holley began military service on 15 January 1917 in Tenterfield, New South Wales. He joined the AIF. He was a trooper in the 18th Light Horse. William gave his next of kin as his brother Percy who lived at Warwick Road, Tenterfield. William stated he was a grazier aged 27 years and 4 months. He was single and had been with the Tenterfield Light Horse for three years. He was 5' 9" tall, weighted 10 stone 6 lbs, had a fresh complection, blue eyes, brown hair and was Church of England.
  • He ended military service on 16 October 1917. He was discharged on medical grounds, having suffered a number of eposides of chronic nasal problems which saw him admitted to hospital. The condition also caused deafness.
  • At the age of 29 years, William George Holley married Jessie Ida Pitkin, daughter of Henry Pitkin and Jessie Ann Newby, in 1919 in Tenterfield, New South Wales.
  • In 1940,his wife, Jessie Ida Pitkin died in Tenterfield, New South Wales.
  • William George Holley died on 9 February 1951 in Tenterfield, New South Wales, at age 61. He died when he was thrown from a horse.
  • The following article appeared in the His death wasr reported in the Sydney Morning Herald on 16 February 1951. RIDING FATALITY "William George Holley, 61, widower, of Curragunda, four miles from Tenterfield, was killed when thrown from his horse last Tuesday. Holley, who lived alone, was well known in the district and had lived on his small property for many years."

Child of William George Holley and Jessie Ida Pitkin

Mary Ann Holliday

F

Child of Mary Ann Holliday and Josiah Wyett Mills

Chalres Frederick Hollinshed

M, b. circa 1870, d. 1950
  • Chalres Frederick Hollinshed was born circa 1870. He was the son of Mary Sophia Goodwin and Frederick Hollinshed.
  • Chalres Frederick Hollinshed married Edith Marion Simmonds, daughter of Reverend Joseph Henry Simmonds and Sarah Holdaway, in 1897 in New Zealand. Charles was a commercial traveller.
  • Chalres Frederick Hollinshed was listed as the next of kin of Charles Neville Hollinshed when she enlisted in the Australian Army on 19 December 1917 in Brisbane. He was living at Ascot at the time he enlisted and give his occupation as a draftsman. His next of kin was his father CF Hollinshed of Collins Street, Victoria. His enlistment number was 3502 and he joined the Australian Flying Corps as a 2nd Air Mechanic. He served overseas returning to Australia on 22 August 1919. After the war he returned to England to study architecture for six months. He returned to Australia to study Architecture at Sydney University until 1922.
  • Chalres Frederick Hollinshed died in 1950 in Queensland, Australia.

Children of Chalres Frederick Hollinshed and Edith Marion Simmonds

Charles Neville Hollinshed

M, b. 8 June 1899, d. 14 December 1983
  • Charles Neville Hollinshed was born on 8 June 1899 in South Kensington, London.
  • He was the son of Chalres Frederick Hollinshed and Edith Marion Simmonds.
  • Charles Neville Hollinshed enlisted in the Australian Flying Corps on 19 December 1917 in Brisbane He was living at Ascot at the time he enlisted and give his occupation as a draftsman. His next of kin was his father CF Hollinshed of Collins Street, Victoria. His enlistment number was 3502 and he joined the Australian Flying Corps as a 2nd Air Mechanic. He served overseas returning to Australia on 22 August 1919. After the war he returned to England to study architecture for six months. He returned to Australia to study Architecture at Sydney University until 1922.
  • At the age of 28 years and 5 months, Charles Neville Hollinshed married Janet Evelyn Tait in December 1927 in Victoria. Janet was the daughter of John Henty Tait (1871-1955) of the prominent Tait family of theatre entrepreneurs. Neville was later involved with many theatre projects.
  • Charles Neville Hollinshed died on 14 December 1983 in Sorrento, Victoria, at age 84.
  • Charles Neville Hollinshed also went by the name of Neville.

Marjory Ella Hollinshed

F, b. 1905

Ronald Frederick Hollinshed

M, b. 1903

John Denzil Hollis

M, b. 1891, d. 27 August 1936
  • John Denzil Hollis was born in 1891 in Queensland. He was the son of James Frederick Hollis and Ada McNicoll.
  • At the age of 30 years, John Denzil Hollis married Elsie (Evelyn) Graving, daughter of August Graving and Alice Parton, on 17 August 1921 in St James Church, Toowoomba, Queensland. John was the manager of the QN Bank at Crow's Nest at the time. Mabel Graving (a nurse at the Piermont Private Hospital) and John's brother Robert acted as bridesmaid and best man. After the reception at the Cafe Alexandra, the couple left on honeymoon which was to be spent in Sydney and the Blue Mountains.
  • John Denzil Hollis and Elsie (Evelyn) Graving appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1926 living at Atherton. John was the manager of the QN Bank.
  • John Denzil Hollis and Elsie (Evelyn) Graving appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1932 living at Cunnamulla. John was the manager of the QN Bank.
  • John Denzil Hollis died on 27 August 1936 in Brisbane, Queensland.

Annie Emily Hollman

F, b. 1895

Phyllis Louisa Holloway

F, b. 20 December 1900, d. 17 September 1984
  • Phyllis Louisa Holloway was born on 20 December 1900.
  • At the age of 26 years, 4 months and 6 days, Phyllis Louisa Holloway married Arnold Edgar Tasker, son of Reginald Edgar Tasker and Gertrude Gerrard Milne, on 26 April 1927.
  • On 5 July 1961,her husband, Arnold Edgar Tasker died in Wanganui, New Zealand, at age 57.
  • Phyllis Louisa Holloway died on 17 September 1984 in Wanganui, New Zealand, at age 83.

Dudley Gordon Hollyman

M, b. 4 November 1906, d. 16 October 1987
  • Dudley Gordon Hollyman was also known as Gordon Dudley.
  • He was born on 4 November 1906 in New Zealand. He was the son of Emma and James William HOLLYMAN.
  • At the age of 23 years, Dudley Gordon Hollyman married Eileen Doris Moss, daughter of Frank Moss and Amelia Catherine Holdaway, in 1930 in New Zealand. They had six children.
  • On 21 April 1981,his wife, Eileen Doris Moss died in New Zealand at age 72.
  • Dudley Gordon Hollyman died on 16 October 1987 in New Zealand at age 80.

Catherine Sophia Holm

F, b. 1889

Ronald Thomas James Holman

M, b. circa 1920, d. 28 July 2012
  • Ronald Thomas James Holman was born circa 1920.
  • Ronald Thomas James Holman died on 28 July 2012 in Manly, Brisbane.
  • He was buried in Hemmant Cemetery.

Mary Jane Holmes

F, b. circa 1850
  • Mary Jane Holmes was born circa 1850.
  • Mary Jane Holmes married John Goodrick circa 1875.

Children of Mary Jane Holmes and John Goodrick